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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 17 VOL. 68 NO.3 TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2012 24 PAGES 75 Experience At Club Turns Jazz Event Into A Disaster SEE PAGE 3 1st 'Tampa Bats Biu Star' Talent Show Planned SEE PAGE 11 Bav Area Murder Suspect Arrested In Georgia SEE PAGE 19 COMMUNITY WELCOMES NEW TEACHERS TO EAST TAMPA The East Tampa Community welcomed new teachers, principals and support staff during a recent breakfast at Orange Grove Middle Magnet School, Dr. Scott Rudes, principal. Superintendent MaryEllen Elia and Pastor Essie Sims, Jr., Chairman of the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, were among those a part of the program. The Mistress of Ceremony for the program was Carla Jackson, City of Tampa Neighborhood Liaison. Evangeline R. Best is founder of this 9th annual event. Among those who attended are: seated, LeJeune Henderson, Evangeline Best and Victoria Custalow. Standing, Sean Paris, Celeste Marve, Chad Myers, lxa Blanco, Javetta Pierce, Tonya Kentish and Brande Thomas. (Photograph by BRUNSON)

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features Business Owner Jlh Annual 'Gift Forlite' Block Walk Planned ::::) Feels RNC Is ic:( Hurting Business c a: LL c z c( c 0 w ::::) w > w c w ::z::: 0 ::::i m ::::) D. z Iii ...1 ...1 ::::) m ...1 w z w 0 c Q a: 9 II. C\,1 w CJ BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Activist, Ms. Michelle Williams, is focusing her at tention on West Tampa, par ticularly Main Street, and says in her opinion, the Black owned businesses are under siege. A new business on Main Street, Main Street Choice Restaurant, opened in De cember 2011, and quickly be came a community base place. At the restaurant, you could seek an application to seal/ expunge your criminal records, register to vote, fill out a housing application, and come in touch with homeless people seeking a hot meal and beverage. Jeff Hilaire said because of the police presence, he's had to shut his business down 2 hours early, and now customers are afraid to order their morning food. "Main Street is a business district, just like th Avenue in Ybor City. You never hear about residents calling in complaints of loud music coming from that area. So, how can anyone complain about loud music on Main Street when the residences are so far away? How do they know it's not a car passing playing the loud music? "Black businesses are al ways negatively impacted by these activities, and this con vention is no different. We think it's just part of a bigger plan." Hilaire said after a meet ing he and other Black busi ness owners convened last week, he has a better under standing of why there are so many police in West Tampa. "Thanks to Councilman Frank Reddick and JEFF HILAIRE Bishop Elect Michelle Patty, we all have a better understanding of what's going on and why. We know all of this is because of the RNC, and I respect that now that we know what's going on. "We were told we could do some onsite vending for the RNC, but mostly we were told to stay out of the way, be cause they are anticipating problems, especially from the Occupy group." Hilaire said they must be careful not to mix their pa trons with the Occupy group. "It's going to be tough get ting people to come onto Main Street with the added police presence. It's also going to be tough regrouping after the RNC is over. Once you've redirected people to other areas for food and en tertainment, it's not going to be easy getting them to come back after the convention is over. "It's important that all of the Black business owners in West Tampa get on the same page when it comes to our fu ture. The way things are going now, we're in a sink or swim mode, and it's every business for itself. You For The Privilege To Continue To Serve You And Our community As Your School Board Member, Districtfi -MS. PAT SPENCER Co-Chairperson' ; ofthewalk MS. COLLEEN UPSHAW Co-Chairperson ofthewalk MS.ISELYN DALLAS MRS. IDA WALKER BY IRIS B. HOLTON Editor On Saturday, October 6th, the members of The Tampa Bay Affiliate Chapter of Sis ters Network, Inc., will host their Annual Breast Cancer Awareness event with its "Gift for Life Block Walk." The "7h Annual Gift for Life Block Walk 2012" will take place at Bible-Based Fellowship Church, of Temple Terrace, 8718 N. 46th Street. The event will take place from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Registration will begin at 9 a.m The organization will also host a sK/3 Mile Walk. The participants will walk in teams with a minimum of 10 individuals. The deadline to register for the walk is Satur day, September 1. This year, prizes will be awarded for the "Most Cre ative Team," the "Most CreCo-Chairperson of Cancer Survivor the walk Guest Speaker ative Individual," and the "Largest Contribution." Funds raised will go toward the lochl Breast Cancer Awareness Program to help assist uninsured and under insured women with mam mograms and ultrasounds. The Block Walk allows a breast cancer survivor to partner with volunteers and canvas door-to-door in the African American commu nity. The walkers share infor mation about breast health, educational information, aresource list, and pink ribbons. They also invite members of the community to participate in the planned activities. Following the walk, the group will return to Bible Based Fellowship Church, where those in attendance will hear stories from breast cancer survivors. This year, Mrs. Ida Walker, a two time survivor, is the guest speaker. Medieal professionals will be on hand for the health screenings. There will also be a blood drive, and informa tion from the Family Health Resources Center. The event will also include door prizes, refreshments, goody bags, vendor samples, t-shirts, and Sisters Network Information Bags. This year, the 2012 Chair persons are Ms. Colleen Upshaw, Ms. Iselyn Dallas, and Ms. Pat Spencer. Mrs. Sonia Franklin is the Chapter President. October is recognized as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The walk ers are dedicated to bringing awareness of breast cancer to the African American com munity. Anyone wishing to partic ipate in the walk is encour aged to register by calling Sisters Network Tampa Bay at (813) 491-3745, or email TampaBay@sistersnetworkLocal Barber Fears Occuuv Group's Invasion II west Tampa BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Local barber George Smith said he's outraged over the comments made by City Councilwoman Yolie Capin, and said she has a lot of nerve talking about the people of West Tampa. "She's never really sat down with any of us, so I don't feel she should have been the person to comment on what's going on in West Tampa. That's the job of her colleague, Councilman Frank Reddick, because this is his district." Smith said he knows West Tampa will be invaded by thousands of protestors who will all gather at the Voice of Freedom Park. "Last Monday, there were almost 100 people at the park, and they had a live band and were serving food. Why are they allowed to con duct these kinds of activities in our community, when the police come in and shut us down for trying to do the same thing? "I've spoken with Mayor Bob Buckhorn on numer ous occasions at various functions about what's going on in West Tampa, and I feel we need to be respected by city officials better, because it seems to us the Occupy group is getting more respect than the residents. They have been allowed to do a lot of things residents and vendors have been told to shut down. Smith said if they aren't being invaded, then he's sure someone is trying to force them out. "There has to be some kind of statute that will pro tect us. These people have come into our community, and taken over. "If things were reversed, there's no way they would allow a group of African Americans to camp out in their community and do what these Occupy Tampa people are doing in our community. "I fear with the numbers of people increasing, there will be incidents You just can't mix people up like that, and expect them all to get along. West Tampa has its own unique issues to deal with, and we won't be able to focus on what we need to do to bring this area back to life if we have to deal with the Occupy Tampa group and law enforcement." Smith said as far as he's concerned, the Voice of Free dom Park has become a homeless camp, and the whole thing is very frustrat ing. "I think what may have started off as a good intention has gotten completely out of control. "It's clear to all of us that someone has plans for the fu ture of West Tampa that don't include us."

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Feah.are bperience At Club Turns Jazz Event Into A Disaster Some ofthoee pthereclat The Fox for the Summer Groove Jazz Event, hosted by the Black Women Business Owners, Executives, and Enb-eprenears, were photographed before the rain. From left to rf&bt: Shelly, Brandy, Crystal, Netra Cromuel, Joe Robinson, Damita Wren, Judy, Joyuita House, and Beleria Floyd. (Photograph by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several weeks ago, mem bers of a local organization planned summer events. One of those events was to take place at a local club in Tampa. However, the expe rience left the members and their guests drenched by the rain because they did not have access to the building. Ms. Janet Brooks, President and co-founder of the Black Women Business Owners, Executives, and Entrepreneurs (BWBOEE) said the organization had planned to host "The Summer Groove Jazz Cafe" at The Fox Jazz Club, 5401 W. Kennedy Blvd., on Au gust 19th. The event was scheduled from 4 p.m. until ?p.m. Ms. Brooks, who had never been to the club, said she arrived about 3:30p.m., because she wanted to be on hand to greet the guests and meet the management. However, when she ar rived, she discovered the door was locked and they did not have access to the facility. Ms. Brooks said that when someone from the club did arrive, that person did not have a key. She further stated that everyone was dressed for the occasion and when the rain started, there was no shelter. "It was a torrential rain and it just flooded Everyone was upset, but we are all professional women and maintained our cool." Ms. Brooks said that they were not the only ones out in the rain. She stated the club's chef and staff did not have access, either. "They were outside with us." Someone arrived with a key around 5:40 p.m., Ms. Brooks said, but by that time, the event was a disas ter. "No one was upset with us, and we apologized to everyone who had attended. Our guests were very good and tried to stay positive. It's unfortunate our organi zation didn't get to have our event as planned. I don't believe any of our guests will go back to The Fox." She further said that they had place a deposit on the facility and the deposit was returned. However, no one from the club had contacted her prior to the interview to explain what happened .or to apologize for the fiasco. "We were looking forwardto having a good time. People were still coming close to 6 p.m., and we would have had a large crowd. I don't see how you own or manage a place and not show up." On the bright side, Ms. Brooks said even with the disastrous results, five women who arrived to attend the event expressed an interest in joining the organ ization. Ms. Brooks said she heard the people who had planned an event after theirs had cancelled. "The professional side of me wants to give them the ben efit of the doubt and say that it was an honest miscom munication. But today is Thursday, and I still haven't heard from the club." Joe Robinson, who is a VIP member, attended the event said the rain began a few minutes before 5 p.m. "The sky became dark and the wind was howling. It must have been blowing 25 to 30 mph. We couldn't go to our cars because the downpour was too hard. "I directed the ladies under the canopy, but when the rain hit the gutters, we Mareus Boothe was the saxophonist hired for the "''be Summer Groove Jazz Cafe" event. (Photograph by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keep sakes). were drenched. We were standing in about two inches of water. I was sur rounded by about two dozen fine women and we all were soaked. It was really bad be cause they were wearing ex pensive clothes and wearing $200 and $300 shoes for this event. Club Owner Responds When contacted by the Sentinel, the owner, Toby Oldham, told a different story. He stated that the group used a promoter who was aware that the club did not open for business until 7 p.m. Oldham said, "We are a very high end club and we don't mess up. I spoke with him on Saturday night to get a head count and he knew the time the club opens. I told him that I would open at 6 p.m. That is why my staff arrived at 5:30 p.m. "If I had known the event was from 4 p.m. until7 p.m., I would have told him 'no' because that would mean my staff would have had to work until 1 a.m. I want to get to the bottom of this. I want to meet with everyone at one time and discuss it." Everyone is getting wet. NelfS Alert: The Florida Law Slates That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 For Loss wages And Medical care ... 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c a: u... c z c( Q en w ::::: ... w > w c w :::c en :::l m ::::: z tLi ..I ..I ::::: m ..I w z / FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN """' (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Aaaociatlon (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3M3 1Wnpa, FL 33801 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. 1801 (1M5) c. Blythe Anc1Nw8, .Jr. 1830-2010 (1877) 8. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHI! ANDREWS m, PR1!81Dt!NTJ'CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO OWEN HAYES, I!DITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODucnON MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ------01--by.,.,...,_ ... -----"" ----01 The FloltiM -... ............ Oti ./ An American Timbuktu Prepares To Close Its Doors What do professional football players Alfred Jenkins, Charlie Bivins, Donte' Curry, Ezra Johnson, George Atkinson, Pulitzer Prize winner James McPherson, archi tect John A. Lankford, popular comedienne Lori Ann Ram bough, and Civil Rights activist Hosea Williams have in common? They are alumni of Morris Brown College. Private, coed, liberal arts college located in the Vme City community of Atlanta, Georgia and a member of the Atlanta University Center, Morris Brown College was the brain child of former Black slaves who sought to provide their children with a college education. Adopted in 1881 by the African Methodist Episcopal Church and named in honor of a late AME bishop, Morris Brown -whose mascot was the tenacious wolverine -was no stranger to notoriety, good or bad. Audiences worldwide thrilled to the intricate routines of Morris Brown's march ing band while football fans were wowed by Morris Brown's record-breaking athletes However, behind the scenes, something else was being broken. Morris Brown College fell from accreditation and plunged into a basement of fraud, scandal, and academic mockery. Meanwhile, students, teachers, administrators, alumni and supporters were abandoning that august insti tution like passengers on a sinking ship. In fact, we grieve the all-too-real possibility that Morris Brown College, currently on federal and financial life-sup port, may well have expired by the time you read this edito rial. But with institutions like F AMU also in peril, we feel we must respond to the questions, "Have America's Black col leges and universities outlived their usefulness? Are their days numbered?" In one voice, our answer to both questions is "NO!" Charlie Brown And HIV/IIIS W T oo many of our children are articulately ignorant. Been cause they know how to form a complete sentence, they believe they have beeome masters of complete a: thoughts. 0 In too many insta.lices, they are wrong. ;For example, wblle talking to our children about personal health and sexuality, what confronts many parents is the adolescent an swer, "I know!". Consequently, parental warnings "Just don't do it," or "Just say no," not only make no sense, but could in truth become a death sentence for children who have no ears. But it may not be their fault alone. It may also be our fault for attempting to make nursery rhymes out of life-and-death issues. All children need accurate and age-appropriate informa tion about their bodies, HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Did you know that Florida has the second highest youth-infected AIDS-rate in the nation, while Louisiana has the distinction of ranking number one in the nation for HIV incidence among youngsters between 13 .and 24 years of age? Black people are disproportionately represented among persons who are HIV and AIDS patients. Furthermore, while all youth under the age of 25 account for 34 percent of all new HIV in America, Black youth account for 65 per cent of such infections. The answer is clear. It's time to talk turkey with our chil-dren. No more "Googoo-Gaagaah!" No more rap in the 'lit place of real rhetm;c. "Just sit your butt down and listen!" W If we don't tell our children the truth, they will die. And we will die. Call it "Self-Induced Genocide!" But we're not o;: falling for it. And Black America, neither should you. Blaas And The lemocradc Panv: 18&5 To 1932 Local businessman Joseph Jordan Robin son's recent defection from the Republican Party and re turn to the Democratic Party is reminiscent of the mass ex odus of Blacks from the Re publican Party beginning in 1932 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt im plemented the New Deal pro grams WQich brought economic relief to millions of Americans, including Blacks. Prior to that time, the Democratic Party had been one that condoned slavery, Jim Crow and opposition to voting rights for Blacks. In addition, most Southern states were governed by De mocrats. Since Abraham Lincoln and the so-called Radical Re publican Party had champi oned the end of slavery and had freed the slaves, Blacks automatically embraced the Republican Party after the Civil War through the Recon struction era and on into the WASHINGTON Presi dent Barack Obama said Mitt Romney has locked himself into "extreme posi tions" on economic and social issues and would surely im pose them if elected, trying to discredit his. In an interview Pres Obama said Romney lacks serious ideas, refuses to "own up" to the respOnsibilities of what it takes to be president, and deals in factually dishon est arguments thatcould soon haunt him in face-to-face de bates. Pres. Obama also offered a glimpse of how he would govern in a second term of di vided government, insisting rosily that the forces of the election would help break Washington's stalemate. He said he would be willing to make a range of compromises with Republicans, confident there are some who would rather make deals than remain part of "one of the least pro ductive Congresses in Ameri can history." In explaining his accusation of "extreme" positions, the president cited Romney's call for across-the-board tax cuts that Pres. Obama said would mostly helP. the rich at the expense of everyone else and cost the nation $5 trillion. Pres. Obama singled out Romney's opposition to tax credits for producers of wind early 20th century. Mass mi gration of Blacks from the South to Northern cities began the Black defection from the Republican Party. Indeed, the Compromise of 1877, also called the Hayes Tilden Compromise, ushered in the migration of Blacks from the South. Republican Rutherford Hayes and De mocrat Samuel J. Tilden were candidates in an in tensely disputed 1876 Presi dential Election, comparable to the Bush-Gore 2000 election Because Democrats con trolled the House of Repre sentatives and the Electoral Commission, Hayes agreed to remove the remaining fed eral troops from the South and to appoint a Southern Democrat to his cabinet in exchange for accepting Hayes as the duly elected president. As soon as federal troops were removed, Southern De mocrats immediately PRFSIDENT BARACKOBAMA energy, the kind of issue that carries large political reso nance in a battleground state such as Iowa. And Pres. Obama alluded to the provocative issue of abortion, suddenly thrust to the fore last week when Re publican Missouri Senate can didate Todd Akin said the female body has a way to "shut that whole thing down" when a woman is the victim of "legit imate rape." The Republican platform in Tampa calls for a ban on abor tion with no specific excep tions for rape or other circumstances. Pres. Obama predicted that Romney would not stand in the way if Congress gave him a bill that stripped away women's con trol over their reproductive health Romney is on record, however, as not opposing abortion in cases of rape and incest or if it will save the mother s life. launched a reign of terror tar geting Black people with dis enfranchisement, lynchings, segregationist laws, exclusion from legal rights enjoyed by whites as well as acts of vio lence. Thus, these intolerable environments influenced Blacks to move to Northern industrial cities. In 1912, Woodrow Wil son, a Democrat, ran for the office of President of the United States and promised Black Americans that he would take action on Civil Rights issues. Consequently, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and its leaders sup ported Wilson. However, he failed to deliver his promises, and Black returned to the Re publican Party s camp. Indeed, Blacks soon organ ized into a cohesive voting block on issues such as anti lynching and civil rights leg islation, demonstrating that they could influence the out come of elections. We would do well to re member the comments of Reverend Jesse Jackson when asked by a reporter years ago, what political party he supported. Jackson replied, "We support the plat form, not the party." By the way, what are their plat forms? Harambee! Black Republicans: lack 01 Romnev Outreach To Blacks shameful' By Joy-Ann Reid Mitt Romney's presiden tial campaign website in cludes a category for "Communities," under which you11 find nearly every kind of demographic group: "Catholics, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders for Romney," farmers and rancher;s, lawyers, Jewish and Polish Americans, veterans and military families, young Americans, even Hispanics, under the banner "Juntos for Romney" which may or may not be ironic given Rom ney's stance on "self-deporta tion. But one thing you won t find on the site: African Americans for Romney. And some Black Republi cans are not happy about it. "It's shameful, said one prominent Black, west coast Republican proclaimed but preferred not to use their name The source said they have been involved in Repub lican politics throughout the modern era," and said they couldn't recall a single GOP campaign that didn t include some formal attempt at Black outreach, particularly online.

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HOROSCOPES Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Immerse y ourself in art. Go to a mus e um or make y our own masterpiece doing what y ou love. Don t be afraid. Y our past work speaks well for you Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Home is where the heart is Ren e w a tradition, or invent a new one. Despite the temporary confusion everything seems possible. Enjoy the results and con gratulate the team. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Now is a good time to start a writing project Find inspiration nearby Don t be afraid to be in timate. You get farther with a friendly boost. Postpone romance. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Concentrate and start making profits today or tomorrow. There s more where that came from. Leap forward, but don't fall for a trick. Spiritual val ues emerge. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Draw upon inspiration rather than perspiration now There are hidden resources at hand. Support your friends and let them support you Don t spend it all in one place. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -There' s no need to go into the same cheeseless maze; try something new. Or stay home and work around your place. Your intention could get thwarted. Meditation helps. Pisces (Feb.19-March 20)Play with friends for awhile Listen to their suggestions and think it through. The more promises you keep, the more wealth you ll reap. Aries (March 21-Apri119) -You' re being tested and you can do well Your friends are impressed. Anticipate a big change in financial affairs New evidence threatens complacency. Taurus (April 20-May 20)Step out of your comfort zone. Try something unexplored You're motivated to make a dif ference. What you know in your heart will prove to be accurate. Gemini (May 21-June 20) -Do the work and profit; think long term. Someone acknowledges you, but don't get arrogant. When confusion reigns, consider another option until you find the one that works Cancer (June 21-July 22) Take care of a friend, and it comes back to you The two of you share dreams. Turn chal lenges to your advantage. Find new ways ,to increase productiv ity. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Focus on your work for the next couple of days. Passions stir, and that s a good thing. Ask some body to fuss over you. You're special, arid lucky. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFULRick engages in deceit so that Hope can be happy ; Bill dispenses advice to Liam in true Spencer style; Rick decides to make Thomas his next pawn. Hope sea r ches for comfort and finds herself in the arms of a former su i tor ; Liam makes a fervent prom i se to Taylor before heading off i n search of Steffy; Steffy is surprisingly hesitant about mak i ng her move. Steffy and Liam have a passionate reunion; Taylor and Ridge discuss how their relationship has impacted their chil dren; Rick convinces Thomas and Hope to spend more time to gether DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Sami s released on bail; Nicole tells Daniel what's been on her mind; Sam i and Lucas get into a con frontation; Daniel and Chad share their concerns about Melanie; Hope visits Nick in prison Gabi realizes why Will turned to her; Chad bails EJ out of jail; Will admits that he's screwed up his love life; Maggie encourages Nick to talk to Marlena; Chad enlists Daniel's help in protecting Melanie EJ gets into a confrontation with Nicole and Rafe; Melanie struggles with her role in Nick's upcoming parole hearing; Hope leaves a family dinner to visit Nick; Sami and EJ find themselves alone, and things start to heat up between them. GENERAL HOSPITALAnna comes face-to-face with the mystery patient; Jerry makes his demands clear to the people of Port Charles; Joe Jr. promises to protect Tracy, but it is uncer tain whether he can be trusted. Todd makes a confession to Carly about his feelings; Patrick's suspicions about Ewen may put Eliz abeth in danger. Elizabeth's actions may increase her jeopardy ; Carly comforts Jax; Sonny pulls a gun on Joe Jr. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESSMichael gets a surprising lead in the Tim Reid investigation, while Ronan forces Phyllis to confess. Jack accuses Tucker of having a secret agenda, while the feud between Abby and Sharon escalates. Sharon lashes out at Nick, while Cane and lily question Genevieve. Sentinel "Around The Town" photographer captured these lovely ladies, Diane Brown, Darlene Brown and Phyllis Williams at the Brown-Boykin wedding. ., r-0 :!! en m z m r-m c: r rz ., Master Joel Howell (third from left), was the first place winner of the Lily SBA i Oratorical Contest at their Grand Assembly. Cheering him on were (L-R): Mrs. Joan r Dawson, Mrs. Florence Blair and Mrs. Pamela Little. m c m < m ""'4 c: m en c )lo z c ., :!! c Admond Dillon, Junior Executive Secretary, NAACP, Florida Branches; the Reverend James H. Howell, Pastor of St. Matthew Baptist Church; the Rev. M. C. Johnson, Pastor ofF.rst Baptist Church ofWest Tampa; and Ted Scott all participated C) m in the "NAACP Protests South African Apartheid" event.

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IAboutVou! IIPPV Binhdav From: the Hicks, James, Reed and Austin families. We love you. Enjo y your blessed day. DONNIE HICKS OurM Men&Women Enlistee Graduates From Basic Training Army Pc. Dona Anishchenko recently graduated from basic combat training. The ceremony took place at Fort Jackson, in Co lumbia, South Carolina. During the nine weeks of training, Pc. Anishchenko stud Q ied the Army mission history, tradition and core values, physical ii: fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat I.L skills. C She also learned about military weapons, chemical warfare, bayonet training, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed com > bat, and other military strategies. ic( Pc. Anishchenko is the daughter of Natalie Ivanoff, of Riverview, and former ward of Bob and Shelly LaPenna, of Temple Terrace : She graduated from East Bay High School in .... > w > w c w :I: en ::::i ID :::J a. z I= w ...J ...J :::J ID ...J w z I= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J 2010. Airman Completes Basic Training Air Force Airman Matthew J. Taylor graduated from basic military training. The graduation ceremony took place at Lack land Air Force Base, in San Antonio Texas. Airman Taylor completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Airman Taylor also earned four credits toward an A S. De gree in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. He is the son of Karen Taylor, of Tampa. $99;! ...... ____ In One Hour Or Service II FREEl Local Tampans Anend Tuskegee Universitv, National Alumni Association Convention Left to right are: Wilson Blount, President; Bobbi Blount, Willie Mayes, Elnita Jones, Garcia and Rigoberto Garcia. The Tampa Bay Tuskegee University Club was well represented at the 15th Biennial Tuskegee Uni versity National Association convention, held August 1-5, 2012, at the InterContinental Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana. Among the convention highlights was the banquet and associated New Orleans revelry, along with the traditional Parade of Clubs, the forum for giving back to the university. The Tampa Bay Club con tributed $14,200 toward total giving from all clubs of $338,771. C. Ray Nagin, Tuskegee alum and former mayor of New Orleans, was guest speaker. Other actions included the election ofW alter J. Wortham of Birmingham, Alabama, 2012-2014, President ofTUNAA. Future conventions will be held at Tuskegee University in 2014, and in Las Vegas, NV in 2016. Convention delegates included Wilson Blount, President; Bobbi Blount; Willie Mayes; Elnita Jones; Sonja Garcia (guest); Rigoberto M. Garcia, Coordinator, Parade of Clubs. African Foundation Plans First Gospel Gala BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Prince Onyema Anozie i s extending a n invitation to the community to the first gospel gala that i s being sponsored b y the Igbobia Christ Gospe l Foundation The event is being held on Saturday, September 22, 2012, 6 p. m at 13312 Cain Rd. Prince Anozie said the concert is free however donations will be accepted for hunger awareness. The peo ple of Nigeria are really suf fering," he stated. Prince Anozie, an associate pastor, is of the Igbo group. "Nigeria is a hopelessly flawed political arrangement that will never succeed, sur-PRINCE ONYEMAANOZIE vive or thrive. British colonists forced ethnic groups (Ndigbo Yoruba, Hausa, etc.) with different values, beliefs, philosophies of life, world views attitudes, cultures and religions into an unworkable Hou"': Mon. & Tues. 3 P.M. To 7 P.M. Wed. Sal 11 A.M. To 7 P.M. ,........... J. "WWier. i!J and Elaganc<> < [1 CbJill] [00 0 l1llilil1 00 : ITOJTI8JD www.annsfavoriteboutique.com End II Tile season Sale 50-15%0FF PURCHASES IN BOUTIQUE political union called Nige ria ." Scheduled to appear on p rogram are: Prince An oz i e Gosp e l Entertainme n t, four gospel mustctan s, yout h dance r s, spe ech es, contests and prize s Gospel musi c i s undoubt edly spiritual in nature and i s something that everyone can enjoy regardless of age and race. We have started a journey together to harvest great apples and we want the community to come and enjoy the best African Contemporary Gospel Music, Prince Anozie concluded For additional information, please call (813) 5464422, (813) 562-8935, (813) 408-0683, (813) 892-4552. Meeting Emeraencv Meeting The residents of Progress Village are encouraged to attend an emergency meeting on Thursday, August 30, 2012, at 7 p Ill_. The meeting will be held in the Progress Village Shopping Plaza, 7933 Flower Ave. Linda Washington is President of the Progress Vil lage Civic Council, Inc.

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Local c Tampa's Own Carolvn House Stewart Presents Young Hero With $10,000 ScholarshiP For His College Education Alpha Kappa Alpha's international president Carolyn House Stewart (right) and EAF Executive Director Barbara Sutton Oeft) visit Matthew Brown where they announce he is receiving a President's Scholarship from EAF. Promising student sus tained massive injuries while saving relatives' lives receives EAF Scholarship CHICAGO, Illinois -The Alpha Kappa Alpha Educa tional Advancement Foundation (EAF) contributed $10,ooo toward the college education of a promising young man who risked his life to save his relatives in a tragic hit-and-run accident. Matthew Brown, from Chicago Heights, Illinois who sustained massive injuries that resulted in his left leg being amputated, was offi cially presented the check by Alpha Kappa Alpha's interna tional president, Carolyn House Stewart during EAF s luncheon that was held during the Sorority's biennial meeting in San Francisco. The check is a "President's Scholarship" that Stewart presents to those whose heroism and achievements are extraordinarily remarkable. The Scholarship is being set aside for his college education and will be used to pay Matthew's college expenses at Prairie State College in Chicago Heights, 111inois where he plans to attend and major in criminal justice. In making the announcement, Stewart applauded Brown for his rare courage and will to continue to excel despite the massive injuries he sustained. The tragedy that led to Brown's hospitalization took place on March 17, 2012 when a driver came barreling down a Chicago street. Seeing that his relatives were in danger, Matthew pushed them out of harm's way. In committing this act of bravery and love, he took the full force of the impact. In the aftermath of this tragedy, his right leg was amputated. The tragedy was height ened because the driver never stopped and remains at large. He underwent several op erations and will continue to endure months of rehabilita tion. However, in a show of determination and indomitable courage, he worked, pushed and endured pain and grueling physical re habilitation so he could achieve his ultimate goal: to attend his high school gradu ation from Bloom Township High School just eleven weeks after his accident. As he mounted the stage in his wheelchair to receive his diploma, the audience erupted in applause. VVhen Alpha Kappa Alpha's international president learned Of the tragedy, she directed Barbara Sut ton, EAF's executive direc tor, to explore ways the Sorority could help ease his hardships and help him real ize his dreams. After talking to Brown and his mother, the pair indi cated that he wanted to real ize his dream to attend Prairie State College to pursue an associate's degree in criminal justice and to later earn a bachelor's degree. His ultimate dream is to become a crime scene investigator. VVhen they learned of his wishes, President Stewart and Sutton put plans in mo tion to grant the scholarship. As a show oflove, they visited with Matthew at Hope Children's Hospital in Chicago to announce the award and to wish him good cheer. They were heartened that he was in good spirits and that he was grateful for the scholarship that will substantially help in underwriting his col lege expenses. The formal announcement of the Scholarship was made at the Luncheon that 1,000 members of the Soror ity attended. Because of his injuries, neither Brown nor family members attended the lunch eon. However, they expressed their appreciation through a pre-recorded video. "Matthew Brown is the very embodiment of the word 'hero'," declared Stewart. "His singular act of courage has earned the admiration of all who have heard his story. By establishing this Scholar ship Fund, Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation, Inc. is helping to assure that he receives the assistance to attend college. Alpha Kappa Alpha will continue to follow his progress and will con tinue to be a source of uplift and support as he continues his journey to recovery. c Feds Obiect To Non-Jurv Trial For Woman linked en To Double Murder BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday afternoon, Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., filed a motion for a non-jury trial for a woman linked to the double murder of two Tampa Police officers. He filed the motion because he felt it would be impossible to seat an impartialjury. Attorney Irvin said that the prosecution has to agree to the bench trial. But federal prosecutors rejected the idea of allowing the judge to de cide. of gunshot wounds. Morris al legedly shot both offi cers after they attempted to arrest him on an active CORTNEE BRANTLEY warrant. He then fled the scene on foot. Morris surrendered to police on the night of July 2, 2010, and was charged with two counts of first-degree murder. Ms. Brantley was also arrested the following day and charged with mispri. sian of a felony. N 0 .... N Attorney Irvin is the court appointed attorney rep resenting Ms. Cortnee Brantley. Ms. Brantley, 24, faces a federal charge of mispri s ion of a felony. She was driving the vehicle in which Dontae Morris was a passenger during the early morning hours of June 29, 2010. Officer David Curtis, 31, stopped the vehicle after the license plate was not visi ble. OfficerJeffKocab, 31, was his backup. The vehicle stopped at the corner of N. soth Street and E. 23rd Av enue. Attorney Irvin had suc cessfully argued the case be, fore Federal Judge James 5 Moody, Jr. The charge was :!;! dismissed last year. The fedC eral prosecutors won an ap peal. The trial was held last m month in front of Judge Moody. After the end of z three days, the jury was un-m able to reach a verdict of inr-aJ Within minutes of the traffic stop, both officers died nocence or guilt. C Within days of the deadlocked jury, James C. Pre!!l ston, Jr., Prosecutor for the z U. S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, announced that he planned to retry Ms. Cortnee Brantley. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Poiat Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor-DepuTy Chief The 6th Annual "Day of Pampering" Saturday, October 20, 2012 8.'00 a .m.-2:00 p.m. UniwnitJ Area Conwnunity Cent. (UACC) 14013 N 22nd street, Tampa, FL 33812 FREE ADMISSION Regiltration Requind Free Test &lllclle, Blood Prtatn and Rllpirat.y Rlflrnll fw -Pip Tills and 11111ft1011'1111 "(Frw to 11011 wllo quelfy) Space Ia Li mited. Call813-307-8082 Avlillble Workabopl: cane. 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events 42 Bible Scholars Graduate After 3 Years It Studv, t; ::::;) (!J Forty-two Bible scholars graduated last month from the Faith Bible Institute College of Theology at St. John Progressive M. B. Church. This was the first graduating class of 2012 and Deacon and Mrs. Carl (Shelia) Bryant were the Class Directors. Faith Bible Institute College of Theology is a satellite school located in Monroe, Louisiana. John Yates is the class instructor and College President. The Commencement ceremony was held at St. John. Rev. Bartholomew Banks, Sr., Pastor, was the speaker. The theme for the service was It's Your Time, II Timothy2:15. W The students completed the three-year course of studies chronologically through every "Bible Book and Doctrine," which was described by one student as a "life-changing and learning experience of God's Word." Another course of study began at St. John on Thursday, August 23, 2012. Annie Horne is the new Class Director. 0 a: u.. 0 z c( Forty-two students received diplomas from Faith Bible Institute College ofTbeology. All but two of the students were members of St. John Progressive. One was a member 0 of First Baptist Church of College Hill and another from Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church. ffi Members of the class were: Mattie Brown, Leatrice Byrd, Gayle Caraway, Johnnie Mae Davis, Christine Ellis, Mamie Fells, Booker Fields, Cecelia Fields, Reggie Fye, Isaac ::::;) Gallmon, Patricia Gayle, Yvonne Glasgow, Beverly Grant, Stephanie Grant, Nelly Green, Annie Horne, Geraldine Jefferson, Ray Johnson, Bernice Lewis, Melvin Lewis, Ruth tLewis, Erica Gibbs-McPherson, Elaine Miller, John Nealey, Konyika Nealy, Valerie Nunn Sheryl O'Neal, Marvin Porter, Carolyn Russ, Vivian Simmons, Rubye Starling. Juanita > Walker, James Watson, Rose Watson, Frances Williams, John Williams, Tarita Williams, Diane Wmgfield, Lois Worlds, Archie Young, Mae Young and Denise Youngblood. a: w > w 0 Holsev Temple Welcomes New Pastor Holsey Temple Church had a special evening when they welcomed their new pastor, Rev. Anita Williams. (PHOTOS BY JUUA JACKSON) D. z ffi ..J ..J ::::;) ID ..J w z i= z w en c( 0 a: 0 ..J u.. 00 w In this photo are Ministers Alvin and Gaynella Hancock, newly appointed pastor, Rev. Anita D. Williams of Clearwater, and Steward Board Chairman, Clifford Williams. Attending the welcoming service were Willie Clark, and mother a.; and son, Joesphine and Walter Black. Sister Louise Winters wel comed the new pastor with a song Alica Sumes posed for this photo at the service. At the service were Julia Jackson-Folks and her son Oscar Folks, Jr. Debra Wiggins and Ada Jones are all smiles as they welcomed their new pastor. Clem and Karla Bowick were happy to welcome the new pastor.

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Local Event Back To School Bash A Huge Success On Sunday, August 19th, Show Another Way (Project S.A.W.) and Children With A Vision hosted their 12th annual Back To School Bash and School Supply Giveaway. The event was held at Ragan Park, and families from all over the city came and enjoyed the great food and festivities. (PHOTOG RAPHY BY BRUNSON) Volunteers stand in an assembly line preparing the book bags for the children. From Purpose Youth Mentoring, Inc. were Sabrina Dur, Jackie Zeiglar, Tonia Turner and Tracey Brown. In this photo are Eric, Ne'Jsjah, Robert, Zangela, Jaxon, Mike, Amos, and BJ. Lisa Bradley and host, Tonya Lewis. Chef Don Lee helped pre pared all of the delicious food. DJ Tony made sure everyone had a great time. Barbara Bailey-Walker and Sophia Baker-Alexander were at the bash. Helping serve food at the bash were Madalyn Hilliard, Theresa Wimbush, Takkarri Mungin, Kierra Jenkins, and Natasbia Jones. More smiling faces get school supplies for their children. They are Alexandra, Veronica, Tracey, and Kesha. r----------------"'0 c: m r-c;; ::z: m c m < m ::D -< -4 c: m en c l> z 0 From left to right: Ms. Leatha McDuffie, Jasmine, Niecy, and ., AJUa. ::D OPEN 7 DAYS 0 C) m CD.

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i Local Back To School Event At Ms. :: Dee's Salon Is Huge Succes 'C c 0 w :: 1-On August 19th, Ms. Dee's World Of Beauty was the place to be for a back to school fun fest and school supply giveaway. Dianne Hart, owner of Ms. Dee s World Of Beauty, was on hand to pass out book bags and other treats to all of the children who came out for the event. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUN SON) In this photo are stylist, Tina Morrell, Jamilah, Derenz, Artis, and Zylearya. Kenniyah and Raveen had a great time at the event. Thanks to Carly, this lucky youn' g man will sport a designed haircut back to school. Candace and Zi'Andrea joined the other families at the event. Lesley is truly at peace with his new book bag. Hot Rod and Kenny came out to the event. Business Forum Held At Grand Ivan Recently, members of the community gathered at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, 2900 Bay Port Drive for a business forum. The event, entitled "2oj20 Vision Forum: Supplier Diversity In The 21st Century," was hosted by Black Enterprise and WalMart. The event was designed to show entrepreneurs how to prepare themselves to form profitable partnerships with large corporations for business purposes. (Photographs by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Panelist David Barfield, Joset B. Wright, and Tim Jackson provided insight on the topic, "Position Your Company For Partnership. Sandra Nelson, of Exclusively Yours, was thankful for the knowledge. Alysha Cobb, of Fire & Ice Fusion, left, and Keisha Pickett, of Pickett PR Group, gained some very useful information. Dontriel Lawson, of Quik Responz, came to learn how important becoming a Minority Certified business can be. Sean Dickerson, President of 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay. Bernita McCann is shown with the guest speaker, Steve Hightower, of #1 African American Petroleum Company. Author James Evans and Mahisha Dellinger, of Curls.

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m First1amua BaYs Next Big Star' Talent Show Planned JAMES "DJ JROCK" HARRELL Entrepreneur A local entrepreneur had a vision to help combat the negativity associated with youth. His goal is to offer them to demonstrate their natural talent in a competi tion. James "DJ JROCK" Harrell said, "There is so much negativity in the com munity and I felt I wanted to do something positive. Even when there are events such as club night planned for teenagers they always end up fighting." His vision to promote something positive has taken the form of a talent show case. Entitled the first An nual "Tampa Bay's Next Big Star," JROCK is cur rently inviting youngsters FAMu from age 5 through 16 to come out and show off their talent. The talent show, which is a Trinity #164 & Another JRock Productions, LLC, will take place on Saturday, Sep tember 8. The event will take place at 6 p.m., in the audi torium of Tampa Bay Tech nical High School 6410 Orient Road. Currently, the organizers are having auditions every Wednesday, 6:30 p.m., at 2909 E. Hillsborough Avenue. Singers, rappers, poets, and dancers are en couraged to audition. JROCK said he plans to make the talent show an an nual event. "I hope it grows so that we can have multiple events. I want the commu nity to get behind the youth in a very positive atmos phere and see that they have talent." The young man further stated that he plans to offer something other than a tro phy to the winners as well. "I feel that there is a lot of poverty out there and I want to give something uplifting to the winners. I'm giving cash and trophies. They can spend the cash on whatever they want and still have the trophy, he said. The first place winner will Search Committee For Director Of FAMU Marching And Pep Bands Organizational Meeting TALLAHASSEE, FL Florida A&M University's (F AMU) search committee for director of marching and pep bands is scheduled to hold its first organizational meeting on September 6 at 4 p.m. in the FooteHilyer Ad ministration Building, Room 301. The committee, which has a goal of completing its work by the end of the fall semes ter, is chaired by Rodner Wright, interim provost and vice president for Aca demic Affairs. The director will work closely with the Department of Music Compliance Officer, a newly created position. To gether, they will ensure that staff and members of the marching and pep bands are made aware of and comply with the university's policies and procedures regarding anti-hazing, academic re quirements, rehearsal hours and travel. receive $500; second place winner will receive $150; and the third place winner will receive $so. JROCK said the talent show is only one of the vi-location 1 Chat1ces to: teecfvt groceries sions he wants to share with the community. His next project is to host a teen fash ion show. He also plans to have a fun day that the entire family can enjoy. "These are some of my visions and I'm @ going to do it," he said. Anyone wishing to obtain N more information can call (813) 298-6941 or (813) 7707964. N Attend our li!fi classes and learn: Whars Itt your eredlt report? Whars a good score alld how do you get If? Is if possible to f( bad credit? leaftstlc ways to build good eredft alld rtdvoe italtOial stress Practical ways to save lllOttey-beyotul '\xtree eoupottlttg"' "' Fvtt ways to teach kids about lllOttey tet ready for the holidays. They'll be here before yov btow it. Attd ore! Location 2 'TI r 0 :!! (/) m z ::::t z m r m c: r r z ., c: m r Cii :::1: m c m < m -t c: m (/) c )> z c 'TI ::D 6 htlp m. a penoul-..1 toaoh ChiWean attd nfntt.em provlde4. Registration required. Ullltd Wrt s.oa.t atlllJJ 274-0HT or Fin fa' lnvestot Education FOUNDATION

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1;; Residents Get Special g Treat At MonthiJ Meeting c( w :I: C/) :::i m :::) Q. The residents of Belmont Heights Estates got a special treat at their monthly meeting when renowned violinist, Lemay Olano-James, performed for them. Renowned violinist, Lemay Olano-James per forms for the residents of Belmont Heights Estates. Clerence Nathan is Director of Security at Belmont Heights Estates. Henry and Jane Gillette enjoyed listening to Lemay Olano James. Rights Restoration workshop z t= w State Senator Arthenia Joyner, State j Representative Betty Reed, members of the ACLU, :::l Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, Florida Parole Commission and other agencies were at Lee Davis w Neighborhood Service Center on Saturday, August 18, 2012. They were there to assist felons in the process to have their z rights restored. (Photos by BRUNSON) w c( c From left: Mathew Media, ACLU Intern; Rep. Betty Reed, Susan Lee, ACLU Volunteer; Yvette Lewis, NAACP Political Action Chair; Joyce Hampton, ACLU For Florida; Natasha Goodley, NAACP Criminal Justice; and Sen. Arthenia Joyner. Representing the Florida Parole Commission: Brian Logan, Jane Tillman, Cathy Aylstock, Helen Williams-Lester and Melinda Strickland. GRITS Chicken Wing Cook-00 Girls Raised In The South (GRITS) held their annual fundraiser last Saturda y in the T ECO Room of the College of Education on the campus of the University of South Florida. The taste buds of those in attendance let the chefs know who had the best wings this year in the 2nd Annual Ultimate Guys Chicken Wing Cook-Off and House Party Scholarship Fundraiser After all the tasting People s Choice Award went to Willie Garland, Sr. The first place winner was Don Lee, second place Yasin Carnegie and third p l ace, Joe Daymo(Photos by BRUNSON) Girls Raised In The South members: seated, Marilyn Washington and Katryn Merritt. Standing, CaSandra Washington, Sheila Russ, Patricia Williams and Donna Douglas. Chefs who put their best wings on the line: Willie Garland, Sr., Perry Sullivan, III, Yasin Carnegie, Rodrick Washington, Maurice Hughes, Joe Daymond, Micheal Washington, Archie Williams, Too Smooth and Don Lee. Alex Jordann was the mas ter of ceremonies and J. T. Tampa's Dancing DJ provid ed entertainment. Willie Garland, Sr. and TFoxx Willie Thompson. Judges for the event were: Danny Green, Randall C,' and Greg Martin. Guests in attendance were: Ron Pittman, Dwayne Sanders, Harryan Brown, and Tina Upshaw.

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.. Local L o cal Entertainment ::;i Communitv Group Gears UP For Thanksgiving Extravaganza Sheilah Youngblood Oeft) and Ola Abreu. BY LEO N B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Our Sisters, Our Friends, a community group founded by sisters Sheilah Youngblood and Ola Abreu, is dedicated to servicing the community and those in need. "We know that many in our strong nation need assistance now, and can't wait another day to eat a nutritional meal or get assistance with their mortgage or utility costs," said Mrs. Young b lood. "By the grace of God, we have been able to help others, but we have come to realize that giving is a community effort. We will continue to give, but we also would like to extend the opportunity to anyone." Again this year, Our Sisters, Our Friends will host a free Thanksgiving gala at Ragan Park. The event is aimed at feeding the homeless and anyone else who comes by for a fr ee Thanksgiving dinner with all the .trimmings. "The economy has impacted all of us,. so we need to come together and draw strength from each other," said Mrs. Youngb lood. "With all the bad things going on, we still have so much to be thankful for. That's why we host this event every year. This year, Rand all C will be OUJ;" -Master O f Ceremony, and the event is come one, come all Mrs. Youngb lood said this is a time for us to draw strength from each other, and get through these trying times. The Thanksgiving Extravaganza will be held on a Sunday at a time that will be later. Citv Of Tampa Activates Joint Information Center The City of Tampa activated its Joint Information Center (JIC) in support of the 2012 Republican National Convention (RNC). The JIC is a part of the City of Tampa Emergency Operation Center. The JIC was activated on Sunday, August 26 at 8 a.m. and will be deactivated on Friday, August 31 at 9 a.m. It will be staffed and operational 24 hours a day during that time. A listing of general informa tion regarding City Services and all media advisories can be found on the City of Tampa website at www.tam pagov.net/RNC. Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Police Chief Jane Castor also began holding daily briefings at 10:30 a.m. in the Executive Conference Room on the 4th Floor of the Tampa Convention Center, 333 South Franklin Street Chief Castor joined Sheriff David Gee and Fire Rescue Chief Tom F.orward to give briefings twice daily at 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. at the Tampa Police Department, 411 North Franklin Street. Additional information sources for the City of Tampa iiiclude: Call Center -The RNC Call Center can provide upto-date information on any additional temporary street closures, downtown parking options, basic directional assistance, and hospitality information for visitors. The RNC Call Center num ber is (866) 762-8687, and it is toll-free. It is operational 24 hours a day until noon on Friday, August 31, 2012. Alert Tampa Sign up to receive important information and emergency notifications on your cell, mobile device, email or landline phone. Sign up for Alert Tampa online at www.tam pagov.net/AlertTampa or via phone by calling (813) 2316184. Follow the City of Tampa Facebook and Twitter for updates on City news and events at www.facebook.com /TampaGov and www .twitter.com/Cityoframpa. Club Goers Out On Fridav Night After working all week, Friday night is the time to get loose and party. These are some scenes from patrons in the area enjoying a great time out on the own. (PHO TOS B Y JULIA JACK SON) David and Coach D part live all night long. Breast Cancer Awareness Brunch The Beta Kappa Sigma Tampa Alumnae Chapter o Sigma 'Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. in associatio n with the Richard and Mary Foundation, Inc. will present the 2nd Annu al Hattie McDaniel Breast Cancer Awareness Brunch. The brunch will be held on Saturday, September 15, 2012, 11 a. m. 1 p. m. at the Seminole Garden Center, 5800 N. Central Ave., Tampa (33604). The attire is a 'touch' of pink. For additional informa tion, call (352) 870-7342. en c )lo c: C) c: en -t

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t; Michael Jordan, Other g NBA Stars Raise Millions For Obama w ::::: tc MICHAEL JORDAN NEW YORK -President Barack Obama sees the presidential contest as a clutch moment in his favorite sport -the fourth quarter of a taut basketball game. Fundrais ing with the help of current and former National Basketball Association stars, Pres. LL Obama told a small group of donors gathered < Wednesday night at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center c that the current campaign is ffi like the final minutes of a ::::: basketball contest with his tteam up by a few points. But the other side is com ing strong," Obama said. w "An d they play a little dirty. We 've got a few folks on our team in foul trouble. We have a couple of injuries. And I b elieve they have one last run in them." Pres. Obama raised $3 million with the help of the players, who included for mer Chicago Bull s player Michael Jordan and for mer New York Knicks, Walt Frazier and Bill Bradley. NBA Commissioner David Stern also was there. Invoking Jordan's com petitive nature, Pres. Obama concluded "If you have seven minutes to go and you have a little bit of a lead, that's when you put them away. The players were part a daylong fundraiser. Earlier, former and current players participated in a $250-pe r person autograph session and in a skills camp priced at $s,ooo for two people. "It is very rare that I come to an event whe r e I'm like the fifth or sixth most inter esting person," Obama joked at the Lincoln Center dinner. 01-------------------------------------w J: ::::i en ::::: a. z i= w ..J Olvmoic Gold Medalist Claressa Shields Returns To Flint A Hero ..J FLINT, MICH. Everywhere you look, you see her ..J name and face: on telephone poles, billboards, windows, i= and newspapers. For the last Z 10 d ays, whenever Ol ympic Gold Medalist Claressa < Shields enters a room she's C greeted like a conquering hero, all the while insisting ..J on being treated just like LL everyone else. Since returning from London things have been a whirlwind for Shields after she made history as the first woman to win an Olympic gold medal in boxing, win ning the middleweight title. When she returned home on August 13, the scene at Flint's Bishop International Airport was pandemonium. When I left [for London], there might have been 10 p eo ple who saw me off from the airport," Shields, 17, said in an exclusive inter view. "After the Olympics, I came back and there were 6oo people at the airport. Th e re were a bunch of peo pl e from the city a bunch of o:t p eople who weren' t from ..w Flint were here. It was over(!) whelming It kind of freaked meout." CLARESSA SHIELDS After leaving the airport, she was greeted by another 200 people at the Berston Field House on the city' s north side where she trains. Just two days later, she was honored at the State Capitol in Lansing by Michigan's Legislature before heading back to Flint to ride in the city's the Back to the Bricks Cruise which drew an estimated soo,ooo people. "I've just been do ing inter views and signing auto graphs and pictures," Shields said. "It's just really crazy, but I kind of still don t believe it. I still really haven' t sat down and said yeah, I'm ranked No 1 in the world and I'm an Olympic Gold Medalist .' It just hasn t hit me. Derek Jeter Brushes Oft Repaner's HGH SpeculaUan DEREK JETER CHICAGO--Derek Jeter brushed off comments b y ESPN analyst Skip Bayless, who raised the possibili ty the star shortstop may have revived his career by taking Human Growth Hormone The 38-year-old Jeter leads the major leagues with 169 hits and is batting 324 with 13 homers, his best sta tistics since winning his fifth World Series ring with the Yankees in 2009. You would have to have your hea d in the sand or your head somewhere e l se not to at least wonder, How is he doing this?'" Bayless said Wednesday. Bayless made his com ments while discussing Jeter's season with a fellow commentator, who defended .the 13-time All-Star. Marcus Jordan Fined $250 For Disturbing Peace MARCUS JORDAN OMAHA, Neb. -Marcus Jordan, son of Michael Jordan, was fined $250 and court costs Thursday after pleading no contest to dis turbing the peace during an argument with a woman out side a Nebraska hotel last month. Marcus Jordan, 21, also bad been charged with obstructing a police officer, but that was dropped as part of a plea agreement He was in Omaha for the U.S. Olympic swim trials July 1 and arrested after police responded to an early-morn ing call at an Embassy Suites hotel. According to a police report, an off-duty officer working security for the hotel was trying to subdue Jordan as he argued with two women in the driveway. Jordan was very animate d i nto xicated and uncooperative." lena world Peace Runs AwkWardiV On 'Yo Gabba Gabba' Los Angeles Laker forward Metta World Peace recently appeared on the Nick Jr. show Yo Gabba Gabba with his 8-year-old daughter Diamond. In the episode, Metta World Peace stays true to his goofy personality and sports yellow short-shorts and high red striped tube socks to race characters from the show. He runs awk wardly around a mini track to take first place in the race In the very short distance race, the NBA star raced against Toodee, a blue cat dragon, and Mrs. Fox, an METIA WORLD PEACE animated fox. His daughter and the rest of the shows creative characters cheered on the race from the side line. APOIOUV OHered To Olympian on 1968 Black Power Podium In the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, 200-meter sil ver medalist Peter Norman (1) stands on the podium along with gold medalist Tommie Smith and bronze medalist John Carlos. (r) CANBERRA, Australia An American athl ete who took part in a controversial black-power salute at the 1968 Olympics says an Australian parliamentary apology to silver medalist Peter Norman might have come too late. On Monday night, federal lawmakers in Canberra praised the "heroism and humility" of the late Australian sprinter for stand ing in solidarity with gold medalist Tommie Smith and bronze medalist John Carlos on the podium fol lowing the 200-meter race at Mexico City. Norman was later chastised at home for his stand, and reports sug gested that he was shunned f rom future Olympic selec tion. Carlos told Australian Broadcasting Corporation radio Tuesday that the disre spect, I think, mortally wounded him. I don t think he was as bit ter as he was hurt ... and I don' t think h e ever recov ered, Carlos said. Norman, who wore the Olym pic Proj ect for Human Rights badge as the Americans gave the Black power salute died of a heart attack in 2006 It was thought Nor man was punished for his involvement by being banned by Olympic officials for the 1972 Munich Games. However, a spoke-sman for the Australian Olympic Committee said Norman wasn t nominated for the Munich Games due to lack of form," which Norman had apparently acknowledged at the time. Norman later quit athlet ics in protest over his treat ment. Carlos, who with Smith was a pallbearer at Norman' s funeral, said there was no one in Australia who should be "honored, re cognized, appreciated more. He cited his humanitarian concerns, character, strength, and his willingness to be a sacrificial lamb for justice.

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Sports Bucs Preseason Win Over Patriots Costlv; JoselhlostForseason DAVIN JOSEPH .. .lost for the season with a knee injury. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers prevailed 30-28 over the New England Patriots in their third preseason game, and final game at Raymond James Stadium before the regular season starts. The Bucs (2-1) still need to fine tune their offense, but quarterback Josh Freeman used his two new additions brilliantly. First round draft pick, running back Doug Martin, has made it more difficult for LeGarrett Blount to regain his start ing position. Martin scored a touchdown and rushed for 53 yards, while newly acquired wide receiver, Vincent Jackson, caught three passes for 49 yards. The Buc defense looked primed and ready, sacking Tom Brady twice, and rushing his throws on other downs. First round draft pick Mark Barron (defen sive back) grabbed an interception from a tipped ball by Ronde Barber, and returned it 22 yards for a score. The Bucs will enter their final preseason game against Robert Griffin, III and the Washington Redskins without the services of two-time pro guard, Davin Joseph. Joseph is lost for the sea son with torn patellar tendon in his right knee. He is expected to have surgery Monday. Joseph's injury occurred when his teammate, Donald Penn, rolled up the back of his leg. Ted Larson, who started 14 games for the Bucs last season, will be filling in for Joseph, although thirdyear pro, Derek Hardman, is listed as Joseph's backup on the depth chart. Basketball Recruit Collapses When Given 3-Year Prison Sentence TONY FARMER The video shows it all. Tony Farmer, a highly recruited high school basketball prospect out of Garfield Heights, Ohio col lapsed to the floor Tuesday after receiving a three-year pnson sentence. Farmer plead guilty in July to kidnapping, felo-nious assault and robbery and intimidation. The charges stem from an altercation between Farmer and his ex-girlfriend Andrea Lane on April 23. Farmer was listed on several recruiting web sites as a top 100 prospect in the 2013 class. The 6'7 forward had drawn interest from DePaul, Illinois, Michigan State, Penn State and Xavier. Farmer's girl-friend asked the judge for mercy, saying although she wants no future contact with Farmer, he shouldn't have to go to prison. Lane, who is also 18, added that Farmer needs help and she does not think he will receive it behind bars. Farmer would have been a senior this fall. H.S. Football coach accused If sandlnalluda Photos To 1 Parent MICHAEL CARSON GEORGIAA popular high school football coach is fighting to save his career and reputation amid allegations he sent nude photographs of himself to the mother of two of his play ers. Martin Luther King Jr. High School's head coach, Michael Carson, has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation. The 51-year-old is accused of sexting a single mom of two boys, who claims she spurned his advances. "There were some nude photos involved of the coach," said DeKalb County Schools Spokesman, Jeff Dickerson, in an interview. "My understanding is that they were shown to people who were around at the time, and many of them may include students." Official: U.S. Inti Doping AUencv To Slap Armstrong With Lnetime Ban, loss Of Tdles The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency said early Friday it will strip Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de LANCE France titles ARMSTRONG and impose a lifetime ban, a move that came just hours after the cyclist announced he would no longer fight charges of illegal doping. The USADA's action fol lowed news late Thursday that Armstrong was calling it quits in his battle to end an investigation by the USADA. "There comes a point in every man's life when he has to say, 'Enough is enough.' For me, that time is now," Armstrong said in a written statement. 2 AUTY UNUMITED DANIELA Don't let the weather get you uptight. Beauty Unlimited feature, Daniela won't. The 5'2" Gemini says her hobbies are working out and playing soccer. In the future, she wants to become a fitness model. Daniela's philosophy of life is: "Once you want to succeed as much as you need to breath, then you will be suc cessful." The man in Daniela's life must be smart and have a sense of humor. Congratulations to Daniela as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and information to tclark@flsentinel.com. m c )o c: C) c: 1\) 0 .... 1\) ., r-0 2:! c )o rn m z :::1 z m r-aJ c: r rz ., c: OJ rm c m < m -t c: m rn c )> z c .., :!! c

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Entertainment Usher Wins CustodV Banle g Against Ex-Wile lamella Foster :::) <( Grammy-winning R&B > singer Usher has been awarded custody of his two ffi sons, ending a long legal fight with his ex-wife. A person with knowledge of the decision said a judge ruled Friday that the 33year-old singer will have pri mary custody of Usher Raymond V and Naviyd Ely Raymond. The person was not authorized to release the information and spoke on condition of anonymity. Usher, whose real name is Usher Raymond IV, married Tameka F oster Raymond in 2007. They diUsher RayYnond and Tameka Foster at court last week in Atlanta, Georgia. vorced two years later. Tameka fought for full cus tody of their sons while Usher initially asked for more visitation rights. Young Star otaeasts 01 The Southern Wild,' Signs With ICM Agencv C The little girl from Beasts ft of the Southern Wild has c gone Hollywood. Z The talent agency ICM <( Partners has signed Quvenzhane Wallis, the 8 -year C en old actress who captivated W the Sundance and Cannes :::l tFilm festivals earlier this year starring as Hushw puppy in the Benh Zeitlin [j directed drama. c The Louisiana-filmed movie which was acquired en by Fox Searchlight, won the :::i Camera d Or award at D :::l Cannes and the Grand Jury a.. Prize at Sundance tells the story of 6-year-old HushW puppy, her ailing father, :j Wink (Dwight Henry), :::l and a group of resilient peo I:D ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J u.. QUVENZHANE WALLIS ple cordoned off from civi lization by a large body of water and always fearing the flood that may wash away their lives. Quvenzhane was se lected from over 4,000 young ladies to make her film debut in the lead role. Black Women Featured On Forbes' World' s 100 lost PowerfUl Women' list FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA, #7; Oprah Win frey, #11; and Beyonce Knowles, #32. Forbes magazine has re leased their annual list of the "World's 100 Most Powerful Women." Eleven amazing African and Black American women made the cut, including First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey and also Beyonce. ll Coal J B rake Burglarv S uspect' s Nose, Jaw, Ribs LLCOOLJ A man charged with break ing into LL Cool J's home Wednesday morning faces a long prison sentence if con victed because of his previous convictions Jonathan Kirby, 56, suf fered a broken nose, jaw and ribs when he encountered the muscular rapper-actor inside his Sherman Oaks CA, home, according to Los Angeles County D.A. spokeswoman Simdi Gibbons. Pro secutors charged Kirby with first degree bur glary as a "third striker," which means he could face 38 years to life in prison if con victed, Gibbons said. They are asking that bail for Kirby be set at $1.1 million. Arraignment for the sus pect is not yet set, because he is still hospitalized for treat ment of injuries inflicted by LL Cool J when he "physi cally detained" him she said. The family was sleeping when their home security alarm sounded at 1 a.m., sending LL Cool J into ac tion. After catching the man, he held him until police ar rived, police said. LL Cool J, whose real name is James Todd Smith, plays Special Agent and for mer Navy SEAL Sam Hanna on NCIS: Los Ange les," a CBS crime series. Birdman In lil wavne's Dislike 01 NYC: II He Don't like It, We Don't like It Lil Wayne doesn't like New York City-gate is offi cially on day two. Fuse 1V went down to New York State Senator Malcolm Smith's press conference in Times Square, where the politician de manded an apology from Tunechi for his disparaging remark about NYC (a super quick "Flat out, I don't like New York," made in pass ing). Fuse also asked Cash Money Records founder and CEO, and rapper, Bryan Baby" Williams to com ment on his numero uno artist's comment. As ex pected, Birdman was in BIRDMAN And LILWAYNE total support of his progeny. "To me, I feel personally, whatever my son say I'ma ride with. If he say he don't like it, then that's just what it is. If he don't like it, we don't like, I don't like it if he don't like it, so .. .if he say it, that's law." Akinnuove-Agbaie lands Villain Role In 1hor' Sequel It looks like the sequel to Marvel's blockbuster comic book movie Thor just got a little more colorful. Character actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (of Lost fame) is joining a cast. Thor: The Dark World is expected to arrive in theaters next fall. Akinnuoye-Agbaje will be one of the villains, playing the dual roles of Algrim the Strong and Kurse. Disney and Marvel Stu dios have set the second Thor for a Nov. 8, 2013, re lease with Alan Taylor di recting. Chris Hemsworth will again don the armor as the Norse god, with Natalie Portman, Anthony Hopkins, Tom Hiddleston, ADEWALE AKINNUOYE-AGBAJE Idris Elba, Jaimie Alexander, Stellan Skarsgard, Rene Russo and Kat Dennings repris ing their roles. Christopher Eccleston will play primary villain Malekith the Accursed, the ruler of the Dark Elves of Svar talfheim 'Empire State 01 Mind' Pushes 5 M Copies, Becomes Top Selling Single For Jav-z And Alicia Kevs Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' Empire State of Mind" sin gle sold 5 million digital downloads. The track, re leased off Hov's The Blueprint 3 album has become his most successful single to date, surpassing Rihanna's Umbrella. In the case of Keys, "Em pire State of Mind is also her most successful single second to "No One" off 20o7's I Am. Keys is cur rently working on her fifth release Girl On Fire, which is led by the uplifting track "New Day produced by her husband, Swizz Beatz. I'm in the studio right now work ing away on my new album and I am so excited! I'm ignited! I'm like a match to a flame! I've had the title of JAY-Z And ALICIA KEYS this album in my mind for a long time. It's been hard to hold it back and now I'm not holding it back anymore! It is called Girl on Fire!!! And that's exactly how I feel!" Keys wrote on her website. No word yet on when Girl on Fire will drop, but given the success of "Empire State of Mind," she and Jay may want to think about re-creat ing that musical magic.

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MR. NATHANIEL COLE, JR. Homegoing services for Nathaniel Cole, Jr. (Papa Cole) of Tampa, who passed away Monday, August 20, 2012, wiD be held Friday August 31 2012, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 North 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Inter ment will follow at the Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL, with military honors. Born in Albany, Georgia, on November 30, 1935 he was the son of the late Nathaniel Cole, Sr. and Ida Bell Smith. He joined the United States Army in 19 5 6 where he actively served, then went to reserve duty, serving until1995 Papa Col e was als o employed with the City of Tampa for o ver 30years. He was preceded in death by: his parents, N athaniel Cole, Sr. and Ida Bell (Smith} Cole; wife, Eva Mae Cole; son, Nathaniel Cole, Ill and brother, Roosevelt Ellis. He leaves to cherish memo ries with: his son, Rickey Cole of Daytona, FL; granddaughter, Leticia Cole; great granddaughters, Kiera Starling and Dariah Banks, all of Tampa; sisters, Lu cille Ellis Powell of Albany, GA,and Ruby Ellis Hudson and Martha Ellis Kearse, both of Rochester, NY; brothers, Ray mond Neal and Andrew Ellis of Tampa, and David Ellis, Russell Ellis and Zek Ellis, all of Rochester, NY; sisters-in-law, Fannie Riggins and Vernette Ellis of Tampa; cousin, Andrew Mcintyre of Tampa; daughter in-law, Vivian Carithers of Tampa; nieces and nephews, Kenneth Ellis, Roosevelt ElliS Jr. Carlton Ellis, Donnell Ellis, Yolanda Ellis and Renea Ellis; special friends, Linda Jo Davis, Nakia Sampson, Heaven Samp son, Phyllis Carithers, Derrick Banks, Robert Smith, Mack Miller and Lennard Young, all of Tampa; and a host of other sor rowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose on Thursday, August 30, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. with the family receiving friends from 6-7 p. m. in the chapel. Friends are asked to meet at the funeral home at approxi mately 10:45 a.m. on Friday. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilaon-funeralhome.com. Memorial services for Mr. Edgar Toy, Jr. of Tampa, who passed August 13, 2012, will be held at 11 a. m. on Thursday, Au gust 30, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, with a local pas tor, officiating. Mr. Toy is survived by: chil dren, Edwin A. Toy and Robin T. Toy; grandchildren; and other relatives and friends. A native of Tampa, Mr. Toy had resided in the area for all of his life. He was employed at a local hospital for a number of years before retiring. Friends are asked to assem ble at the funeral home on Thursday, August 30, 2012, at approximately 10:45 a. m. A WILSON SERVICE www. wilson-funeralhome.com IIIIlS FUIUILHIME Lillian Johnson, Tampa. EVEIM-IEII &UIEISII FUIEIIlHIME Catherleen Horne AnderSon, Tampa. FUIEIIlHIME Mrs. Diane Harris Jones, Tampa. IIY WilliAMS FUIEIILHIME Theoline Mays, Wesley Chapel, FL. Mattie Jackson, Tampa. WILSII FUIERAlHIME Doris Ann Alexander, Tampa. Nathaniel Cole, Jr., Tampa. Edgar Toy, Jr., Tampa. We're sending this spe cial birthday shot out to Mrs. Audrey Williams, a mother, a grandmother and sister who will never be forgotten. May you rest in peace, "Big A." Happy birthday "Big A," the most beautiful woman in the world! Rest in peace. We love and miss you so much! Claw, Vette and Dee. Local MRS. AUDREY 'BIG A' Young Ta01pa Mother Dies Suddenlv ., r 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A y o u n g Tampa m other died s uddenl y on Frida y af ternoon. She was 22-years old and the mother of one son. Ms. Jessica Lane was the daughter of Ms. Mincy Lane and the granddaughter of Mr. Curtis and Rev. Beverly Lane Rev. Lane said the two were riding in her vehicle on Friday, shortly after noon, when the tragedy occurred. "We had lunch and were going shopping. We were talking and she got quiet. "I asked her didn t she hear me talking to her and reached over and touched her. She just slumped over and that was it. Rev. Lane sa i d she was crossing the Columbus Drive Bridge when the incident took place and pulled over to the side to call 9-1-1. A Tampa native, Jessica attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. She graduated from Freedom High School and enrolled in the Pre-Medicine Program at Hillsborough Community ,., Vollrs RegiiiioliohYou hove Until Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Early Voling For General Eledion Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Only 1 w.-1n Florida General Election Nov. 6 MS. JESSICA LANE 2/1/1990 to 8/24/2012 College. After she gave birth to her son, Bawina, she began working part-time while at tending school. FYI Her grandfather s aid She enroll e d in a p r ogram at )> HCC that would au t omatien call y transfer he r t o t he med ical program at U SF, but she :::! didn t have a chance to finish. She was aspiring to ber come a docto r That was her dream and her ambition Her r hobbies were shopping, shopping and more shopping She loved to shop just like her grandmother he c said. Ray Williams Funeral en Home is in charge of han:t: m dling the arrangements. Fu-c neral services for Jessica m will take place 11 a.m Friday at Allen Temple A. M. E: Church. The wake will be -t held Thursday, 6 p.m. at the C funeral home. m c )> z Stom Related Closings In Hillsborough Countv c ., ::!:! c The Hillsborough County School District announced that all public schools will be closed on Monday, August 27th, due to a threat posed by Hurricane Isaac. All school offices will also be closed. Other charter and private schools that will be closed in. elude: Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School; The Acad emy of the Holy Names; Community Charter Schools of Excellence; La,Salle Computer Learning Center, Tampa Cam pus; Trinity School for Children ; and MacDonald Training Center. No decision about classes on Tuesday have been announced. Pinellas Closings In Pinellas County, all public schools and offices will be closed on Monday All before-school and after-school activi ties and programs scheduled for Monday and cancelled. Stu dents should not report to school and Pinellas County School Board employees should not report to work on Monday. Anona Child Development Center and Center Academy in Pinellas Park will also be closed on Monday.

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Nr-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------National aS N .... (/) Anornev Shuts Down Zimmerman's Facebook < >-(/) w .... George Zimmerman's Facebook page is no more. Mike O'Mara, the 28year-old's lawyer, has dis abled the page on the social networking site, which was used to update the public on the case-from the side ofthe defense. Instead of being an outlet for reaching out to support ers, the page turned into a forum to blast Zimmer man for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, 0' Mara announced Aug.22. According to O'Mara the page gave Zimmerman a social media presence for three months, but was rid dled with "diminishing re turns" resulting in debates over the former neighbor hood watch captain's guilt or innocence. After seeking out a "Stand Your Ground" hearing in hopes of having his second degree murder charge dis missed, Zimmerman's defense team is now object ing to the state of Florida's request for additional med ical records because "there as been no showing of rele vance, or that these records would lead to discoverable relevant information." Mentallv Ill Man Shot46 Times SAGINAW, MI-A Michigan man was killed in July, and now his family is seeking answers as to why police u. took his life and why the inC vestigation is taking so long to complete. Milton Hall, of Saginaw, a was gunned down by police, (J) following an incident in a convenience store. ...., Hall was surrounded by cops, before being shot up wards of 40 times. The entire w incident was caught on tape C by a witness. On the video, Hall can be (J) seen holding a knife and in a "karate stance" as he an nounced himself to officers. "I just called 911. My name i= is Milton, and I am pissed W off!" he said. ..J ..J When police threatened to m ..J w z MILTON HALL use their attack dogs, Hall welcomed the action. "Let him go. Let him go. Let that m-fgo." Police opened fire on Hall because he was "threatening" to assault them, said Sagi naw County Prosecutor Michael Thomas. An investigation has been opened by Thomas' office which claims that Hall had a "long history" of run-ins with authorities. i= z w (/) C! a: 0 Dallas Woman Killed While On The Phone With 911 ..J Deanna Cook lost her LL life, as she begged for help via 911, and now police in Dallas are investigating the matter, after taking two days to find her body. Cook was killed Aug. 17, and phoned the emergency number to get help. She was on the phone with 911 for 11 min., yet it took 9 min. for them to locate her address. Once at the location, po lice knocked on the door and left when they got no re sponse. Authorities were never informed that Cook spoke on the attack during the call, and were only told they were going to the resi dence over a domestic disQ) pute. Cook's body was found in a bathtub by her teen daughCf ter, after she and other fam-DEANNA COOK ily members broke down the door to her home, when she didn't show up to church. Once at her home, the family called 911 after seeing water leaking from Cook's residence, but was instructed to call a local hospital to un cover her possible where abouts before police could be sent out Her husband, Delvec chio Patrick, has been charged with her murder. Foreclosure looming For One Of America's Oldest HBCUS: Morris Brown College ATLANTA One of the nation 's oldest Black colleges is facing foreclosure next month, and an auction of as sets is set for Sept. 4 Enrollment at Morris Brown College in Atlanta is down to about so students. In the past, the university has served more than 3,000 stu dents. Officials said the college is facing foreclosure after in vestors called $13M worth of bonds tied to the college. Former Atlanta City Coun cilman and Morris Brown graduate Derrick Boaz man called the development heartbreaking. The school is planning a prayer vigil Saturday where plans to move the school for ward will be discussed. Benjamin Harrison is a spokesman for the 6th Dis trict A. M E Church which oversees the school. He says officials will talk about reor ganizing and restructuring as well as finances HamPton untv. Bans MU Male Students From wearing Braids And Dreads Hampton University stu dents have restrictions on what they can do with their hair. The historically Black col lege has banned its male MBA students from wearing cornrows and dreadlocks. The rule, handed down from Business School Dean, Sid Credle, was imple mented in '01, and continues to draw criticism. According to Credle, cer tain hairstyles are unprofes sional, and demeaning to Black history "When was it that cornrows and dreadlocks were a part of African-Amer ican history?" he said. "I mean Charles Drew didn't wear them, Muhammad Ali didn't wear them. Mar tin Luther King didn't wear them." Credle's goal is to con tinue to produce viable com petitors in the business world, and believes that out ward appearance is a very important part of success. "We've been very success ful," he said. "We've placed more than 99% of the stu dents who have graduated from this school, this pro gram. "What we do is pay tribute to that image and say those are your role models. This is a way you will look when you become president. If you're going to play baseball, you wear baseball uniforms. If you're going to play tennis, you wear [a] tennis uniform." NBC-Wall Street Journal Poll Reveals Stark Racial Divide A NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll illustrates a racial polarization in the electorate that poses chal lenges for both candidates. The poll showed Mitt Romney earning o% among Blacks, compared to Pres. Obama's 94%. And Rom ney trails among Hispanics by a margin of 63 to 28 to the President. But Pres. Obama, who earned 43% of the white vote in 'o8, is down to 40% now. And other polls have shown him hovering in the 38 per cent range, a number that would make it very hard for him to win reelection. These numbers explain both campaigns strategies. The Democrats' intense focus on the controversial abortion comments of Rep. Todd Akin, the GOP's can didate for the Senate seat in Missouri, could help them win white women, who favor Republicans slightly in most polls, but are in some ways the swing voters of this elec tion. The NBC poll showed Romney ahead by 19 points among white men, but only 8 among white women. Romney, on the other hand, has spent little time or money courting Blacks or Hispanics after taking strongly anti-illegal immi gration stands during the GOP primary. Rodnev King's Death Ruled An Accident Rodney King's death has been ruled an accident according to findings in a death report released Thurs day (Aug. 23). The findings revealed that King was under the influ ence of several different sub stances which led to his death. "The effects of the drugs and alcohol, combined with [King's preexisting heart condition] probably precipi tated a cardiac arrhythmia and [King], thus incapaci tated, was unable to save himself and drowned," read RODNEY KING th_ e report. At the time of his death, King had alcohol, mari juana, cocaine, and PCP in his system. His naked body was found face down in the deep end of the pool at his home in Rialto, Calf. Man Arrested For Leading Gang Rape 11 Teenage Girl Casey Dickerson, 31, was arrested on federal sex charges for being the alleged ringleader in the gang rape of a 1s-year-old girl. The girl claims Dicker son raped her on a Carnival Sensation cruise ship travel ing from Florida to the Ba hamas, and then encouraged four teenage boys to force themselves on her as well. Dickerson denies the accusations, but admits to buying alcohol for the teens. The girl said the rape oc curred in an extra cabin that Dickerson had a key to. Officials confirm Dicker son was given access to a spare room by the ship's crew because his wife com plained about excess noise. The girl whose identity hasn't been revealed, told authorities that she entered the cabin where Dickinson and the boys were partying with a friend. After being given CASEY some alcohol, DICKERSON one teenager held the vic tim's friend in the bathroom as she was being sexually as saulted in the room. The girls claim Dicker son and the group of teenage boys each took turns raping her while she was being pinned down. According to reports, after the attack she was al lowed to get dressed and leave the room where she was treated for injuries and was provided with a rape kit aboard the ship s medical center.

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c Crime Suspects Sought In Thefts From Public Storage Building A surveillance camera captured these two men suspected of stealing flat screen televisions from a storage business. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that last Wednesday, a public storage surveillance camera caught two men as they stole six flat screen televisions from nine storage units. Deputies said at 2:38 a. m the suspects cut a hole in the chain link fence to get on the property. They then pried open the sliding glass door of the public storage building to get inside and then cut the locks of nine storage units. The suspects have been described as either being Hispanic or African American, and in their 20s. Anyone who has informa tion regarding these suspects is asked to call (813) 2478200. Murder Suspect Arrested In Georgia EDDIE WALKER PINELLAS COUNTY Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri announced Thursday that Eddie Walker, 24 had been arrested by members of the U. S. Marshal's Fugitive Task Force in Lithonia, Georgia. He is being held in the DeKalb County Jail. Walker was being sought on a first degree murder warrant following the April 5, 2012 shooting death of Terrence Thomas. Deputies said Thomas was found near 703 Patterson Street in Largo He had been shot once in the head. Authorities said Walker had escaped capture last week, and a reward was offered for his arrest Authorities were able to locate Walker through sur veillance and monitoring cell phones. Brooklvn Bov, 13, Dies After Being Shot In Back NEW YORK-Police say a 13-year old boy was shot and killed in Brooklyn early Friday Ronald Wallace Jr. was shot once in the back at the corner of Tapscott Street and Blake Avenue in Brownsville shortly before 1 a.m. He died on the way to the hospital, police said. Wallace's devastated fami ly told NBC 4 New York the aspiring basketball player was on his way to the store when he was shot and they have no i dea who is responsible. Wallace was set to enter high school in the fall. "My son was a good kid, wasn't involved in gang stuff, his grief-stricken 'mother Tiffany Orr said. "That didn't deserve to happen to him, too much violence going on. That was my baby." Wallace's little brother, Raquan, called the .. shooting "crazy" and said he would RONALD WALLACE, JR. e n s u r e Ronald's legacy lived on. Now I have to follow in his dreams; be what he wanted to be," Raquan Wallace said. The boy s father, wearing his son' s basketball jersey and holding a recently earned trophy in his hand, said he hoped the killer would spend life in jail. Police said a black revolver was recovered at the scene, police said. No arrests have been made. The investigation is ongoing. Detectives seek suspect In Home Invasion Murder m en c ,.. c C) c JUSTIN HART being sought by deputies on a murder charge. CHARLES STONE being held on first degree murder charge. Man sought For Armed carJacking KADARIAN FREEMAN ..... being sought by authorities. WINTER HAVEN Winter Haven Police r _eported that on August 17, 2012 an armed carjacking occurred at 2nd Street and Lucerne Park Road, Kadarian Freeman, 17, has been identified as the suspect approaching a vehicle while pointing a handgun at the victim's head Freeman allegedly threatened to shoot the victim if he didn' t turn over his vehicle. Police found the vehicle later in the area of 3rd Street Northeast. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Freeman is asked to call Detective Roderick Esteve at (863) 401-2256. UNCLE SANDY All of the knowledge 2, 6, to, 12 of the ages can be found 14, 19, 22, 25 from books and those who 27, 30, 33, 35 have the wisdom to have been there 39, 41, 44, 49 1\) N 0 .. 1\) This surveillance footage shows Richard Shaw's door being kicked in by at least two armed men. ST. PETERSBURG Investigators with the St. Petersburg Police Department have identified the second of four suspects wanted in a deadly home invasion that left a father and widower dead. A surveillance video showed 41-year-old Rick Shaw's door being kicked in by his suspected killers. Investigators said as Shaw reached for his own gun to defend himself and his son, he was shot. He died later at a local hospital. One suspect, Charles Stone, 28, has been arrested and charged with first degree murder. Detectives are now searching for 23-year-old Justin Hart. Records show he was released from prison in2010 on burglary assault and bur glary charges. He now has a warrant for first degree mur der. Detectives are offering a reward for information that will lead to the arrest of Hart. Anyone with information is asked to call (727) 893-7780. 6 :!! c ,.. en m z ::t z m r m c: Two Men Facing Tax Fraud Charges r r z ., c: m r c;; ::::1: m c m < m IRVIN ROBINSON FREDDIE POWELL, lli AMBIA TURNER -4 c: m en c .. being sought by ... being sought by in custody authorities. authorities. WINTER HAVEN Winter Haven Police detectives reported that Irvin Robinson, 22, and Freddie Powell, III, 25, used the per sonal information of others to steal thousands of names. The investigation on Robinson began in February when authorities learned he had numerous prepaid debit cards and files that numerous personal of victims. Search warrants were served at Robinson's home and authorities found person al information of 187 different people and 56 debit cards in different names. Authorities also said Robinson received thousands of dollars from the IRS, including deposits made into 15 accounts that totaled at least $69,350-42 Detectives found deposits totaling $85 395-42 had been credited into an account under Robinson's name All of the debit cards were linked to Robinson and his girlfriend Ambia Turner, 21. On Tuesday, Turner was ,.. z arrested and charged with 153 C counts of impersona, tion/use/possession of an ID of another person without their consent; imperson< ation/use of an ID of another person without consent over 30 victims; swindle/obtain property of $so,ooo or more; theft of between $2o,ooo and $1oo,ooo, and aggravated white collar crime. Powell's fraud allegedly involved stealing the identi ties of two elderly women to file fraudulent tax returns and have refunds direct deposited into a bank account in his name. The IRS credited two deposits by electronic transfer into Powell's account under two different female names in the amounts of$9,788.60, and $7,157.37. One of the women was dis abled and had not filed taxes in years. The other had not filed taxes since the 1970s. Anyone with information about the whereabouts of C) Robinson and Powell is m asked to call (863) 298-6200. u;

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-0 a) len (!) c( en w 0 w 0.: HUBBARD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INVITATION TO BID Hubbard Construction Company announces to DMIDWBE certified with Hillsborough County that the following project bids on September 11, 2012 Fletcher Avenue Complete Street Project ITB-C-()()82-()..20121 00 Work consists of hauling dewatering, utility work erosion control clearing & grubbing, earthwork, base & paving storm dra ina ge, concrete flatwork grassing signs pavement markings, s i gnalization, concrete curb & gutter, and landscaping Plans and special provisions are available for rev iew at our Tampa office 24 Hour notice shall be given on all addenda P l ease subm it your proposal in wr i tten form by Monday, September 1Oth to pete jensen@hubbard com PLEASE ATTACH A COPY OF YOUR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY MINORITY CERTIFICATION WHEN REPLYING. Now Hiring The Saddest Stylists Braiders, And Barbers From Surrounding Areas Hillsborough Pasco, Pinellas And Polk Counties Call Alicia @ (813) 28G-2926 "'Tampa it HOOsiM J.Orlgaml Seeking Experienced Tailors And Seamstress Organization And Neatness Required Salary $10.00/Hourly Serious Inquires Only Call (813) 447-7652 SENIOR FINANCIAL ANALYST (43K-69K) Prov i de admin i strative support to the business activit i es of the Agency Analyze accounting, f i scal data, reports and records Prepare and post j ournal entries to proper accounts Prepare and monitor operating budgets. Reconcile and balance financ ial statements account i ng records and ledgers. Provide administrative support to the department and coordinate regular and spec i al pro j ects Perform specia l studies of accounting functions and recommend process improvements by interfacing with MIS department and departments. Understanding of corporate and partnersh i p accounting and tax compliance. Bachelor's degree i n account i ng plus 5 years of experience in accounting that i ncluded auditing, general l edger accounts payable accounts receivable and/or payroll or an equivalent combination of education and experience Public housing experience preferred. Certified Public Accounting (CPA) and real estate knowledge preferred Must possess valid Florida driver's license Successful appl i cant will be required to pass a drug screening test for illegal drugs and background screen ing. To apply, visit our website: www.thafl.com I Deadline: Until filled. Certified Teachers Wanted $25 00 Hourly And Up Empowerment Tutoring LLC Contact (813) 2Q0-8818 Or Apply Online @ www.empowennenttutorlng.com I I Kldz Cove II Daycare Assistant Director And Teachers Wanted Apply At 813 East 119th Avenue Call (813) .507-6000 The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Estate Telemarketing Sales Must Have Great Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base High Pay-Outs Immediate Advancement Paid Training $24k$50k Start Immed i ately Call Basla McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 FOR RENT Apartment 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home 4 Bedroom/1 Bath CAIH W/D Hook -up Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 453-0123 Temple Terrace River Oaks 1 Bedroom Condo Washer/Dryer Included Covered Parking Gated Community $695.00/Monthly Call (813) 264-5464 (813) 265-2328 Evenings ILJ <::::> IF=a.-.------= -= .__<::::>-==-. ....... -.-........ -= .__ IF=a. 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