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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area
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Nlr------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Feah.ares Mother 01 Slain Teenager Hopes To Reach Other Parents IESHA WASHINGTON 7/17/1993 --7/29/2011 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor This past year, life has been a learning experience for Ms. Van etta Scott. She has tried different avenues to celebrate the life of her daughter, Iesha > Washington. "Eve rything that has hapW pened since my daughter died c w has been a learning experi:::1: ence. But, God has never left U) :::::i me, He's always right there. I m have made it this far because of the love of my mother, my z ti ...J ...J ::) m ...J w z MS. VANE'ITA SCOTI kids and an organization that I'm involved with." Earlier this month, Ms. Scott participated in a back to school event at AI Barnes (for merly 18th Avenue) Park. "I had never done anything like that in my life. We gave kids backpacks and we talked to them about the importance of an education I keep it one thousand with these kids. I tell them to look at the news and see what's going on around them." Ms. Scott said she is open to suggestions from others who have had events such as this. "I want it done the right way and I need some guid ance." Her original idea was to have the walk in the Progress Village area where she lives. However, she said it doesn't matter where it takes place. Anyone interested in con tacting Ms. Scott can call (813) 273-0017. i= z w U) The Rorida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 <( c a: 0 ...J LL. For Loss Wages And Medical care ... Service Support Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop (PIP lnstnnee Needed) Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hours A /7 Days A Week Mitllelle Inc. Man Hits cars: Crashes Police Cruiser Into House A man is facing numerous charges after he crashed a po lice cruiser into an East Tampa home. He is also accused of battery on a police officer, and leaving the scene of an accident with injuries. On August 31st, Tampa Po lice reported that at 2:30p.m., an officer was on patrol in the area of the East Gate Motel on East Hillsborough Avenue when he saw Lorenzo Little, 48, in a verbal confrontation with a woman. As the officer got out of his car to intervene, Little al legedly looked back and started shoving something into his mouth. The officer grabbed Little and the two struggled. During the struggle, the officer lost his balance and fell Little escaped from the officer and got into the police cruiser and drove away. While fleeing, Little tried to get around traffic and struck a vehicle. He then lost control of the police cruiser, crashing into a parked vehicle and a house in the i400 block of Frierson, police said. As Little fled, officers reported seeing him running from the police cruise. He re portedly broke into an unsus pecting resident's home, and after he left through the rear door, officers spotted him. Officers later lost sight of Little and established a perimeter in the area. As Little hid in an unknown loca-This is a photo of the police cruiser after it crashed into a house on Friers()n. Mr. Bill Tyler, a Vietnam Veteran, next to his wrecked vehicle. tion, a K-9 unit was called in. After the K-9 unit picked up Little's track, he was ordered to surrender. Little reportedly refused. He was treated for dog bites at a local hospital and then arrested on numerous charges. Little was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, 2 counts of burglary, grand theft auto, resisting arrest, aggravated fleeing to elude, hit and run with in juries, reckless driving, traf ficking in drugs, driving with a suspended license and manufacturing synthetic narcotics and battery. Bill Tyler, a disabled Vietnam Veteran, is the owner of the truck struck on Frierson, and said the incident has left him without any transportation. "I'll be 67 on September 9th, and this is not what I was expecting leading up to my birthday. "My car was in my yard when this happened, and now I don't know what I'm going to do. Tyler said his brother was outside when the incident oc curred, -and injured hi s knee trying to get out of the way One of his knees is swollen pretty bad. He was getting ready to take me to the drug store to pick up my medica tion "My entire life has been put on hold, and I'm in desperate need of help getting around to the doctor's office and other places." Tyler is the father of 5 children, and served in Vietnam from 1968 through 1969. (PHOTOS BY CHERYLENE LEVY) Sinule Mom feels overwhelmed BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Y ahaira Costello said she maintains hope that a day will come when she and her children can relax and just enjoy being a family. But, for now, the single mother of 7 (2 are living in New York with their father) is having a tough time keeping a roof over their heads, and dealing with the Department of Children and Families. "Not only am I a single parent, I'm a single parent with 5 boys. I've been battling the Department of Children and Families over allegations that I have been neglecting my children, and at one point, they were actually taken away from me." Ms. Costello said to add to her problems, the house they are living in has serious issues, the most critical involving the plumbing. "Right now, I'm overwhelmed trying to keep up with the repairs. There's a problem with the roof, and when I turned on the water, it leaks from the ceiling area. "I'm completely stressed out trying to keep my family together and deal with the problems at this house. I can't afford to relocate right now, so we don't have a choice." Ms. Costello said also she's been told she has to have a pile of debris removed from her property, or face being fined by the city's Code Enforcement Division "I have a pile of trash that contains televisions, tables, rugs, and other items just lying in the yard. I can't afford to pay anyone to have it hauled away, so I don't know what to do. I understand the city isn't scheduled to pick up debris in this-area for the remainder of the year, so I would appreciate any help I can get. Ms. Costello lives at 1219 East Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard

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Group To Host Senator APPlauds Judge's DNC launch Partv Move To Halt law Blocking s:: MARVIN KNIGHT Thousands of people will travel to Charlotte, NC, for the National Democratic Convention. However, others who would like to attend won t be able to do so. On Thursday, September 6th, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Bid en will deliver their nomination acceptance speeches. One group of indi viduals will host a Launch Party in Tampa and is invit ing the community to partic ipate. Marvin Knight, co founder of County Concerned Citizens said, "We are going to host the Launch Party at the HOPE Center, 4814 N. 22nd Street, from 7-10 p.m. It is going to be a very positive event and we want others to come out and get involved. Knight further stated that the group will watch the nomination speeches taking place in Charlotte, while holding discussions about the upcoming election. Knight said it is time for the community to put their differences aside and work together. "We are going to unify, we can't sit down on something this important. We are going to discuss the latest updates on Voter Reg istration. There will be repre sentatives from the Obama Campaign Office there, and we are going to have a posi tive event. "There are still some things we can do here at home. We need to concentrate on helping those who want to vote, but who are not registered to get registered in time for the Presidential Election." Knight said if the people become unified, all types of things can be accomplished. "We want to get more people involved and get more peo ple registered. Our kids, our families and our future is at stake." Cidzens Urged To Register Before Deadline Anyone planning to vote in the General Election must be a registered voter by the deadline. For those who have not registered, the deadline is October 9, which is less than five weeks away The Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections is holding voter registration drives throughout the month of September. Locations where individuals can register to vote this week include: Tuesday, Sept. 4, Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance, 9215 N. Florida Avenue, from 10:30 a.m. until2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5, USF's Bull Market, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday,Sept.8,Cen tennial Park, 1800 E. 81 h Avenue, in Ybor City, from 4 p.in. until 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, Hyde Park U. M. Church, in the Fellowship Hall 500 W. Platt Street, from 8 a.m. until I 10a.m. Monday, Sept. 10, Northwest Hillsborough Family YMCA 8950 W. Waters Avenue, from 10:30 a m until 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11, Fountainview Homeowners Association, 88oo Berkshire Lane, Clubhouse 1, from 7 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12, USF s Bull Market, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue from 11 a.m. until6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, Cristina Woods Apartments, 9807 Lychee Loop, Riverview from 4:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, at USF Student Government, at the Marshall Center, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, from 11 a.m. until2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, St. Lawrence Catholic Church, 5225 N. Himes, from 4 p.m. until5 p.m. The OFA-Florida Voter Registration organization is also offering locations for cit izens to register. Those locations in the Tampa Bay Area include: Egypt Lake, 3105 W. Waters Avenue, 3n1 floor; Riverview, 11215 Bloomingdale Avenue, Riverview, FL; St. Petersburg 951 Central Avenue, St. Pe tersburg, FL; Temple Ter race 5246 E. Fowler Avenue, Temple Terrace, FL; and Ybor City, 1702 N.14th Street, in Ybor City. ard Partv Voter Registrations needed to thwart question1'1.) State Senator Arthenia Joyner (D-Tampa), Chair, Florida Legislative Black Caucus, hailed the announcement by a federal judge last Wednesday that he intends to block provi sions of a GOP-backed elec tions law which had slammed the breaks on reg istering new voters, espe cially Democrats. "It seems the Republican controlled legislative branch needs a constant re minder from the independent Judicial branch about their Constitutional obliga tions," said Senator Joyner. "Punishing teachers for engaging their students or the League of Women Vot ers for engaging the citi zenry sank our democracy to new lows and they should be deeply ashamed." The passage in 2011 of a new elections law in Florida not only drew numerous court challenges, but forced groups such as the League to suspend their registration of new voters. Under the law, third party registra tion groups were subject to STATE SENATOR ARTHENIA JOYNER hefty fines and even felony charges if they failed to submit new registrations within 48 hours. The previous time period had been within 10 days. Just last year, at least one civics teacher ran afoul of the contentious law and faced thousands of dollars in fines for helping students sign up to vote. While Republican sup porters of the controversial changes claimed that the tighter restrictions were able voter fraud, evidence is g mounting supporting oppo1\) nents' claims that the move was nothing more than sup pressing the Democratic vote in advance of the up coming presidential elec tion. "The fix was in," said Senator Joyner. "Since this law took effect, voter registration, especially new Democratic voter registra tions declined dramatically. This drop was neither a fluke nor an unintended consequence; it was by de_. sign. While the judge's deci sion this week clears the way for third party groups to resume their voter regis0 tration efforts, there remains little time to do so. The registration deadline en for the November elections m z is just five weeks away. -t "We need to redouble our Z efforts, especially in the nii-J!! norit)r communities, to rem gain the ground we lost ? thanks to this blatant voter r suppression attempt," said Senator Joyner. "But reZ gain it we will." ., c m r-u; :I: m c m < m -4 c m C/) c Thank you all )> z c ., for your support, your contributions and your words of encouragement. Best regards, :!:! c

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Editorials/Columns c a: LL. c z w c w ::r:: tn ::::i m :l 0.. z tu _, _, :l m _, w z w tn a: g IL FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 2Q2140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of-National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL c. Blythe Andrews 1801-1877 (1845) c. Blythe Andrews. .Jr. 1930-2010 (1877) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL8-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CrTY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS. CIRCULATlON MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCT10N MANAGER LAYORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Bubecrlpttone444-0G-e--Edltlona: 887---Y--Editions. ... --byCokmmi-Of' Gueet WrflllltnJ. do not fl ................ .,. ...... of The Aork:l8 Sentinel 11u11et1n or the Publleher. Tampa, RIC, And De Mornlnglfter S quint-eyed Clint Eastwood, who pretended President Obama was an empty chair among some other highjinks Eastwood pulled, has long-since returned to Holly-wood where he should have stayed in the first place. Delegates who threw peanuts at a Black CNN camerawoman are still bragging about how they got thrown off the RNC premises then put on a new change of clothes, said "I'm sorry'" and sneaked back onto the convention floor. VP candidate Paul Ryan, who reminds us of a grown up Jerry Mathers (aka "The Beaver"), no doubt, is still aglow regarding how he stole the show from Papa Mitt. And then there was the moment the media had been waiting for when Der Mitter himself strode humbly onto the dais and with some mighty fine verbal Terpsichore convinced Republican supporters at least, that Mitt Romney was not a Tin Man, and that he did indeed have a heart. However, not everything was the Wizard of Oz. A bevy of local speakers did not get debuted by CNN. Former presidential candidates Ron Paul and Herman Cain got absolutely no respect from CNN anchorpersons. Political protestors, who promised to make the Chicago Democratic National Convention of 1968 look like Sponge Bob when compared to Tampa RNC, instead purred like pussy cats. But the biggest losers had to be local business owners who did well if they broke even. (Rumor is Republicans even brought their own barbers and hair salons.) Politifacts had a field day. Still, the story ofTampa-RNC had heroes. Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor will go down in history as the police executive who kept the peace. And along with her will be Mayor Bob Buckhorn, nattily suited and quick-witted who took his week with stardom and put Tampa triumphantly on the map. Next Stop? Perhaps, the Olympics! Candidate RIIDIII VI. Presldentlbama: Job Creaaon Who was it who said, "The people are sheep?" Shakespeare wrote those words more than five hundred years ago. He was talking about the voters of Rome. We wonder what he'd say ifhe met the voters of2012 America? We wonder if Shakespeare would warn voters, "Don't believe the anti-Obama 'job creation' commercials about Mitt Romney creating hundreds of thousands of jobs and the lie about President Obama causing Americans to lose countless jobs." Somehow, we im.-gine the Bard of Avon would work into one of his plays the truth that since February 2012, the 13 month of President Obama's term has brought on board more than 4 million private sector jobs (a 4 percent in crease). Certainly, the playwright of Hamlet would not see such an increase as "much ado about nothing." We doubt seriously Mitt Romney's quickness to take credit for approximately 200,000 or more jobs while he helped Bain Capital (by the end of 1998) raise five private equity or buyout funds and investments in companies such as Staples, Sports Authority, Gartner, Wesley Jessen VISion Care and Steel Dynamics would escape the notice of the man who wrote Macbeth, a play about a man whose double-dealing bought him an undeserved kingship. So, we return to Shakespeare's original accusation: "The People are sheep!" Does it fit the present presidential election? If indeed, President Obama has exceeded the number of private sector jobs created under former President Bush; if indeed, President Obama saved hundreds of thousands of police, fire fighters' and teachers' livelihoods through al location of stimulus funds,' then should Obama be made to play Othello? And who might the treacherous Iago be? We say, people .are indeed, sheep when they are deceived by wolves. -. Blacks And The Democrauc Panv: 19321nd The New Deal Prior to 1932 and the election of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, approximately 9096 of Blacks had voted Republican. However, Democrat Roosevelt's "New Deal" message led Blacks to vote for him by large margins in much the same way they had voted for Republicans before 1932. Previously, Democrat and Southerner Woodrow Wilson ran for the office of president in 1912, promising action on civil rights issues (which he failed to address after winning the elec tion) with the endorsement of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) According to some historians Wilson's Administration poli cies reinforced segregation within the ranks of the federal government and lacked progress in civil, political and economic rights in the aftermath of World War One." Thus, Blacks returned en masse to the Republican Party. Nevertheless, the relationship between Blacks, Republicans, and Democrats has been an "on again-off again" relationship since the end of slavery. Moreover, these experiences with both political parties caused Blacks in northern cities to unite around the issue of civil rights and anti-lynching legislation and form "cohesive voting blocks that could influence the outcome of elections." Thereafter, beginning in 1928, Democrats made an organized effort to court Black vot ers. During the 1932 election cam paign neither Roosevelt nor Herbert Hoover had a record on civil rights issues that would attract Black voters, both having chosen running mates from the South who supported denying Blacks the right to vote Facing a dilemma of choosing between two evils a few well-known Blacks and some Black newspaper publishers openly cautioned Blacks to emancipate themselv e s from blind allegiance to the Republican Party ." In re sponse, Blacks overwhelming voted for Roosevelt. Taking office in 1932, Roosevelt refused a request by NAACP representatives to meet with them to discuss racial is sues. Needing the support of Southern Democratic politicians for his legislative agenda, Roosevelt feared meeting with Blacks would create problems. Something She Should Know PART II It all goes back to the wiring of the male brain that I mentioned in part one As crass at it may sound, able to turn off his emotions, theoretically, allows a man to bed hundreds of different women while only having serious affec tions for one. Regardless of how intense the physical interaction of the moment, if we're not emotionally at tached, the most important thing on our minds when it's over is the location of our car keys. For the average man, sex with anyone other than his significant other can be as trite as masturba tion. When he tells his wife or long time girlfriend that he doesn't care about the other women she may catch him with, he's probably telling the truth. And contrary to popular belief, often times, our philandering has nothing to do with what our women are doing at home. To be honest, a man could have the porn star version of Beyonce at the house, who has the class of Michelle Obama, and he still may fold under pressure when a cock-eyed bar trick wearing a too tight skirt winks her good ey e at h i m. As sad a s it i s, w e cari be that shallow This is not to say that don' t love and respect the women in our lives. We just too often lack self control and practice poor judgment, especially when we're young. What women never seem to understand is that as men, when we imprint on a female, she becomes the queen of our universe. Regardless of the weakness in our loins, there is a reason why we give certain women rings and others empty promises. Does this mean that women should settle for disloyal, cheating men? Of course not, everyone de serves to expect devotion from the person in whom they choose to share their mind, body and soul. But the fact of the matter is that a majority of (not all) men have this inherent flaw. Which makes the idea of women constantly entering and exiting relationships because of the infidelity displayed by their partners a complete waste of time. It becomes even more senseless when she discovers that the next guy she gets involved with not only does the exact same thing but, cares for her significantly less. B y now any woman reading this is prob a bl y s aying to herself, W e ll if i t 's lik e t h a t I might a s well d o me a lso. And that's a f a i r argument, but if a woman is trul y looking for something mean i ngful However, Roosevelt was successful in achieving the pas sage of The New Deal key lation such as the Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAAJ, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) the Public Works Administratipn (PWA), and the Federal Emergency Relief Ad ministration (FERA). While these acts appeared not to help Blacks and Southern states discriminated against Blacks in distributing and ad ministering the programs, fed eral intervention by Roosevelt helped Blacks receive their share of assistance. Over time, Blacks observed that Roosevelt's Ad ministration genuinely sought to ensure that Blacks received their fair share of assistance, some thing that had not happened be fore. The Roosevelt Administration made other significant firsts," which included public photographing with Blacks and Black employees in the administration that formed of a Black Cab inet," a group responsible for seeing that Blacks secured jobs in government agencies and rep resenting the views and voices of Black government emplo y ee s and was led b y Mary McLeod Bethune. Roosevelt also gav e speeches to predominantly Black audiences appointed Harold Ickes as administrator of the PWA and appointed more BlackS to federal positions than all previous Republican administra tions combined. Thus began the love affair between Blacks and Democrats. Harambee!! that won't work for her either. The other side of the coin in volves the fact that most women have a hard time separating sex from their emotions. And knowing this when our woinen cheat on us we too often can't l.!andle the idea of them sharing that kind of inti macy. That weakness in our char acter would only make the end results catastrophic to the rela tionship. Once a woman decides to take that route she should prepare herself for an even more complicated life. That is because in every rela tionship she enters she11 be torn between her man at home and the lover whom she won't able to prevent herself from becoming attached. In the end, she will place herself into an even more stressful situation than the one she was trying to avoid in the first place My final advice for a woman at tempting to solve the male matrix while looking for someone to share her world, have patience. As we grow older, our hom-dogging lessens If you're a woman who already has a man who treats you like you want to be treated, spends time, doesn' t abuse you and shows you love unconditionally, don' t worry too much about what he' s doing when you're not around. Be thankful that you have someone who has your back because a fool for you is hard to find and even harder to replace An yone wanting to contac t Clarence Barr 4n reach him a t : Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On Ice i s by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company.

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Horoscopes/Soaps II, .. .. II Ill' ... -............ HOROSCOPES Vnogo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) It's easier now to release old wounds and reinvent your mission. Create new space and get money for your junk. It's not necessarily a goOd time to travel. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Throw yourself into a project with passion and confidence. Keep track of important facts, and think fast. Keep costs down. You're quite popu1ar now. No talk ing back. Compassion grows. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Convince yourself about a change. Confer with family. You have more than you need. Pre pare payments. Get old stuff appraised. Restraint is advised: angry words are expensive. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) It's a good time for transformations and metamorphosis. Stash away the surplus. There's good news from far away. Postpone an outing, and fin ish an old job. You're gaining wisdom. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Hide away a treasure for later. Accept a generous offer, and ask for benefits. Stick to your budget. The company is lively. Your reputation precedes you. Propose a change, gently. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Check possible work and study conflicts. Pay attention to accounting. If you can't go, send a friend. Provide leadership, and press for an advantage. Others give you a boost. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Things are still unstable financially, and you have plenty Push for results. Sort and file, but don't hide your loved one's stuff. Accept deferred rewards. Do what you promised. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-Gather up more of the good stuff, and get farther than expected, thanks to a friendly boost. Work around your rules, but don't break them. Postpone a ro mantic interlude. Taurus (Apri12o-May 20) Breathe deep to get tlitough and interruptions. It cou1d end up being a very re It's worth the extra work. Gemini (May 21-June 20) -You're making progress. Let this metamorphosis happen naturally, with or without a little help from your frierids. Don't spend all your money partying. Cancer (June 21-July 22)-Whistle while you work, and your career gets a boost. You're very persuasive now. Get family to help. Don't shop yet. Invest earnings into your future, practically and conservatively. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Your ideas could get challenged. Keep an open mind to learn from the experience. Come out a bit more humble and wiser. Add power colors. The conclusion -is delightful. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -No update available for Tues., Sept. 3. Caroline worries that Hope will soon have her eye on Thomas ; Bill has a difficult time containing his gratifi cation; Thomas realizes that Rick is attempting to direct his at tention toward Hope; Hope's press conference is hijacked. Katie and Bill express opposite opinions while giving Liam ad vice; furious at Thomas, Caroline turns to Rick for comfort; Thomas' confession to Hope gets interrupted. DAYS OF OUR LIVES No update available for Tues., Sept. 3. Melanie has second thoughts about her invo.lvement in Nick's parole; Daniel comes into conflict with Nick's family; EJ confronts Sami about where they stand; Sami encounters Rafe and expresses concern for Gabi; Jennifer helps Nicole move. Rafe saves Sami; Abigail learns she has a roommate; Nick's pa role results come in; Nicole is worried about her secret getting out; EJ forms a plan to win back Sami. GENERAL HOSPITAL -No update available for Tues., Sept. 3. Ewen and Jason struggle over Elizabeth; Todd gathers the richest Port Charles citizens; Sonny may share Joe Jr.'s se: cret with Kate. John McBain may have the key to saving every one in Port Charles; someone else falls victim to Jerry's plot and is rushed to the hospital; it's a race against time to save some one's life. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -No update available for Tues., Sept. 3. Phyllis' lies anger Nick and Michael, while Victoria's discovery spells trouble for Sharon. Nikki tries to appeal to Jack, while the judges' decision devastates Sharon. Cleveland Perry, Christopher Phillips and Damon Larry were par ticipants f escorts at the Miss Martin Luther King Complex contest. James Brumberry of Miami, Betty Stanford and Vincent Lopez were judges at the Shriners Talent Scholar ship Pageant. ., r-0 en m z :::t z m r-aJ c: r r m 'Happily serving as part of the wedding party during a local nuptual ceremony -4 were: Alice Jacksn, Pamela Jackson, Orelia Ennis and Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Powell. Z ., c: aJ r-u; ::J: m c m < m -4 c: m en c ,.. z c ., c i Often imitated, but never duplicated. (L-R) Karate Mack, Romeo Cole and Bill C) Sims were enjoying a festive occassion. :

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0 a: LL. 0 z c( 0 U) w :::) 1w > w 0 w ::1: U) ::::i m :::) ll. z tu .... .... :::) m .... w z i= z w U) a: 0 .... LL. RIKAAnd PUNKIN 8-30-12 Take Take with you my love as I give it to you. Take with you my heart as I share it with you. Take away my bad days to bring me good days Take my hand in yours and I'll give you strength, so that you 11 neyer be weak, as long as our love runs deep. So, take me, take me to another place, so now you know our love was never a mistake. So, take me!!! By Punkin. Happv Anniversarv RIKAAnd PUNKIN I would like to wish my wife a happy anniversary Bae, no matter how far you are or wherever you go, I'm al ways here for you. I enjoy coming to see you every weekend and I will be glad when you come home to me and our family. I love you always and forever more. Love, Rika. The 6th Annual "Day of Pampering" Saturday, October 20,2012 8:00 a.m.-2:00p .m. UnlvenJity Area Community Center (UACC) 14013 N 22nd Street, Tampa, FL 33612 Local Plaque Honors Wall 01 Fame Creators Attending the ceremony for the unveiling of the plaque were: Hillsborough County Public School Supervisor, Dr. Dennis Holt; Parent/Family Community Involvement Su pervisor, Vella Pedrero; Artist, James Vann; Committee Chairperson, Denese MeteyeJames; Committee member, Laura Fuller, and Hillsborough County Schools K-12 Art Education Supervisor, Dana Warner. This is the plaque that was installed on the Wall Of Fame at the D-3 Substation. On August 291h, The Aesthetics and Beau tification Sub-Committee under the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, held a meeting at the District III Police Substation on 22nd Street. Committee Chairperson, Denese Meteye-James, unveiled a plaque that was in stalled next to the murals at the police substation. The plaque honored the people who were instrumental in helping create the "Wall of Fame. (PHOTOS BY BRUNSON) cvclists Gather For summer Fun A group of motorcyclists gathered on the grounds of the old City of Tampa Recreation Department for some summer fun : (PHOTOS BY BRUNSON) In this photo are cyclists Kim Baker, Tony, Anthony "A. T." Thompson, Ace, Greg West, and Slick Rick. Ms. Pork Chop represented at the park. Scott and Don posed for this photo as they joined their fellow cyclists.

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Local ffi alack Women For Obama' Hosts Town Hall Meeting Qn August 29th, the "Black Women For Obama" held a Town Hall Meeting. The meeting took place at Mount Zion A. M. E. Church in Riverview. The theme was, "Election 2012 -What's At Stake At The National, State and Local Level?" The mission of "Obama Super PAC 1911 United" is an organization created by members of Kappa Alpha Psi and Omega Psi Phi Fraternities. Its goal is to invigorate the electorate across all 7 battleground states to not only take responsibility for educating themselves on the electoral process, but to also encour age all who will listen to re elect the President of the United States Barack Obarna. The primary objective of the organization is to educate voters on the issues such as financial, social, educational, and occupations outlooks that affects them. The long-term goal of the organization includes registering millions of vot ers and recruiting an army of volunteers for President Obama. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow Shannee Green and D'armon Beckton attended the meeting. Sheila Russ and CaSandra Washington will use information obtained at the meeting to help President Obama get re-elect ed. Abdul Merida, Marylin Merida, and Jacquan Merida, of Ammerida Coffee, proudly showed off their new products. "Obama Super PAC 1911 United" members who attended the meeting included Ernest Robinson, Sinclair Skinner, Frederick Butler, and Julian Lewis. The group will be on hand for the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. P. J. Lang had a great time showing her support for President Barack Obama. Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! 31623-1014 en c

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N L ---' ---. -o oca -: tener To Editor: w The Right Time And The Right .... a. w en en w :;:) .... c LL c z w c w ::J: en :::i m :;:) a. z ti -I -I :;:) m -I w z i= z w en 0 -I LL TAMPA -As the time drew nearer, Tampani ans knew our Demo cratic City would be invaded by the Republi can National Conven tion and its followers. The planners of this event were excited that our metropolis had been approved to host the "Grand Old Party's" (hence, G.O.P .) party of all parties. No expense would be spared. Fact is, over the course of the last three months, the RNC has outspent President Obama and his cam paign in advertising costs. In their own ar rogance, they are not even ashamed of their squander. Sadly, some folk have grown accus tomed and uncon cerned about numbers and how Republicans flaunt their wealth. But, the rest of us are very eager to check the ledger sheets that will show how much the Re publicans spent and how much we, the tax payers of Tampa, Florida spent and/ or have yet to be assessed. From here on out, "they're going to talk about the economy, but they won't mention that their $5 trillion plan gives big tax breaks to people who don't need them. They won't mention their plan to turn Medicare into a voucher system that could cost seniors up to $6,400 more per year. They'll talk about strengthen ing the middle class, when their plan is to do the opposite: repeal Obamacare, cut Pell Grant scholarships and Head Start funding, and raise taxes on the aver-age family, (Jim Messina, Obama for America)." For those of us who believed that Tampa, was not "a good idea i:o hold a presidential nominating convention" (Ibid), hold onto your Democratic hard hats and voter's regis tration cards because the road to the White House just got more public. Tampa was the right place and last week was the right time to host the RNC. With Tropical Storm Isaac bearing down on us, folk got scared. What? This is how we live, Baby! We hunker down and we "ride out" the storm! That is what we do be cause we have learned how to handle the storms that come up in ourlives and in our families. We pray. This past week, we saw how the RNC and its members quiver under pressure. Most of all, we thank God for the revelation. So, now that Tampa is no longer "the site of a massive convention gathering featuring thousands of delegates, party leaders, media people, protesters, hookers, random lu natics and Donald Trump, (Barry, Miami Herald)," let us get in order to assist our For mer Governor Charlie Crist to "complete his political makeover and run for governor hi 2014 as a Democrat, (Tampa Tribune)." Mind, timing is every thing and placement is strategic in any political movement. lftt SHE RNA BLAIR RICH 1703 24TII TAMPA, Fl. 33605 (813) 247-1037. (813) 802-5286 WORKSHOP BEGINS t 1 AM !IllS IS \I Rl I 1 1 "J \\ Of{KSIIOP Refreshments Local Programs Referrals Brief Lectures Information co Door Prizes Questions And Answers Round Table Diacussiona W If you have any questions please call the above number Thanks and look .fotWard to &eeing you hem. Pres. Obama Embarking On March To Democratic Partv Convention CHARLOTIE NC -Presi dent Barack Obama em parked on a four-da y march through battleground state s and the storm-battered Gulf Coast Saturday leading-up to his party s convention, trying to blunt his rival's momen tum. Republican Mitt Rom ney vowed to bring more jobs to the country, bemoan ing 23 million people out of work or underemployed. Pres. Obama, as his party's faithful began streaming to Charlotte, N.C., went to Iowa on Saturday on the first leg of a tour of states key to his electoral map Romney, for his part, looked to capitalize on a newly energized Republican Party fresh from its conven tion last week in Tampa, Fla The Democratic Party s convention, which starts Tuesday (today) in Charlotte, N.C. will focus more on where voters want their lives to be in the next four years. Pres. Obama inherited an economy grappling with a sweeping recession and the President Barack Obama on his campaign trail for his re-election. pace of the sluggish recovery has become one of Pres. Obama's greatest impedi ments to re-election. The coming days, capped by Pres. Obama's speech on Thursday night, will crys talize his re-election pitch: an economy built on ending tax cuts for the rich and put ting more effort into educa tion, energy, tax reform and debt reduction He will call Romney a peddler of failed trickle-down ideas that will hurt the middle clas s and the needy. Previewing the conven tion, Pres. Obama cam paign aide Stephanie Cutter said the Charlotte gathering wouldn't be about rallying the base or leveling petty attacks" but would in stead focus on what we need to do with the country to move us forward, not back. President Obama savs He's A 'Huue clint Eastwood Fan' WASHINGTON President Barack Obama says he's a "huge Clint East wood fan," even in the aftermath of the actor's rambling "in visible Pres. Obama" monologue at the GOP conven tion. Pres. Obama says in an interview with USA Today re leased .Sunday the Academy Award-winning Eastwood is "a great actor, and an even better director." But Pres. Obama was coy when asked if he was offended by CLINT EASTWOOD And PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA the performance. Eastwood talked with an imaginary Pres. Obama in an empty chair be fore Mitt Rom ney's speech at the GOP convention saying the president has failed to deliver on his promises. Pres. Obama says, quote, if you're easily of fended, you should probably choose an other profession." The president joked on Twitter after Eastwood's ap pearance, tweeting that "this seat's taken," along with a photo of him in his chair at a Cabinet meeting. Technologv To Boost Democratic National convention Participation CHARLOTIE, NC When the Democratic Party's national convention opens this week, President Barack Obama's target au dience won't be in the crowd. It will be the small sliver of undecided voters in battle. ground states who will be critical to the outcome of what the polls show is a tight race with two months to go. Pres. Obama's cam paign will turn to technology to get some of those voters engaged in the. convention The campaign will stream the entire event online, in corporate voter comments into the feed, and have con vention attendees interact electronically with those watching on the Internet and mobile devices.

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m Feeding The Homeless Has Church's Youth Proura10 A Bigger Project Reaches-Into The c oiDIDUDiiV CORNELIUS "BIG BRU' HAMILTON Ifit weren't for volunteers like Cornelius "Big Bru" Hamilton and Mother Amanda Barnes, hundreds of homeless people would go without a hot meal for at least two days. But, their efforts have been frustrating with the growing number of homeless people, especially with homeless people coming to town with the Occupy Protest Group. There are some area churches and other not-for profit organizations that feed the homeless, but many of them aren't accessible, and others demand a registration process or you must perform a deed to get a meal. "I think it's selfish of any one to turn their back on those in said Hamilton. "What I do, I do out of my own pocket. I would love to see someone else join me, but it hasn't worked out that way. I'll just continue to do what I can for as long as I can. Hamilton and Mother Barnes feed the homeless at the Salvation Army Center on Florida Avenue and Hen--Militar:Y News Alnnan com11etes Basic Tralnlnl Air Force Airman 1st Class Desmon L. Anderson graduated from basic mil itary training. The graduation ceremony took place at Lack land Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. Anderson completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in mili tary discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fit ness, and basic warfare princi ples and skills. He also earned four credits toward an Associ ate in Applied Science degree through the Community Col lege of the Air Force. Anderson is the son of Leroy Anderson, of Largo, and Cynthia Anderson, of Tampa. He graduated from Semi nole High School in 2009, and earned an Associate Degree from St. Petersburg College, derson Street every week. Mother Barnes comes on Saturdays and Hamilton on Sundays. Although the Salvation Army is supposed to feed the homeless the remaining 5 days, they claim because of Hamilton and Mother Barnes, they are only obli gated to feed the homeless 3 days. "I just can't imagine how could treat people in need this way," said Hamil-ton. "God teaches us to be humble, but there's nothing humble about saying no to the people you are supposed to be helping." Although many want to point to the economy as the reason the homeless popula tion has grown, before the economy took a bad turn, their numbers were already growing "A lot of young people are getting out of jail and prison, and have nowhere to go," said Hamilton. "They either don't have any family members around, or their families have re jected them. They depend on the generosity of others just to make it to the next day." Hamilton and Mother Barnes said they would ap preciate it if others would join them, either as volun teers to help serve the food, or as donors of food. If interested call (813) 965-7791. Leon B. Crews, Sen tinel StqffWriter can be reached at (813) 248-1921. Seminole campus, in 2011. lnnJ Enlistee com11etes Basic Tralnlnl Army Private Cynthia M. Figueroa has completed basic combat training. The graduation ceremony was held at Fort Jackson, in Columbia, sc. During the nine weeks of training, Private Figueroa studied several areas including the Army mission, history, tradition core values physical fitness, and receiv:ed instruction and practice in basic combat skills She also studied military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, rifle marksmanship, anned and unanned combat, among other things. Private Figueroa is the daughter of Alba Figueroa, of Tampa. She is a 2008 grad uate of Alonso High School. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor When 16-year-old Javon Neal was shot to death a few weeks ago, those who admin ister the youth program at New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church reached out to the Central Court Apart ments community where he lived. They wanted the commu nity -to know that someone cares about their children. They even reached out to Councilman Frank Reddick to a8sist in their effort to reach the community. On Saturday, September 8th, the "Saving Our Chil dren" program will kick off with a Back To School Jamboree at the church, 2511 E. Columbus Dr., 9 a. m. 12 noon. There will be lots of fun activities and food for ages 8-18 years old. For the Central Court Apartments community, transportation will be pro vided to the jamboree and Saturday during the session. The program s annual re port released recently states: "We strive to meet the fol lowing objectives for every child: stay in school, stay out -of trouble with school offi cials and law enforcement; zero teen pregnancies; get promoted to next grade on time; graduate from high school, then go to college, trade school, or USA mili tary." The program is manned weekly by dedicated volun teers, none of whom cur rently have children in the program. However, Deacon Clarence Fort, founder of the program, said there is still a need for more young adult volunteers and more male mentors. Deacon Richard E. Banks is the Program Coordinator. Rev. Allen Cu.Ssearix is the Lead Minister. The program operates on the school calendar. In addi tion to addressing life skills and academic work, the staff encourages the children to A Mini Marriage Conference at Joy Tabernacle Cathedral 1415 5th Ave (Ybor City), Tampa, FL Rev. BartlloloJDew Bob, Sr. is the Conference Speaker Come early to insure a seat starting Wednesday, Sept. S and oo0tinuing on Thurs. and Frid.. nights at 7 p.m. The Renewal of Vows The R.eaewal of Vows is scheduled for' p.:a. on Satuday, Sept. 8, 2812 at St. John Progressive MB Cburch 2S04 Cbipco St, Tampa. Rev. Dr. BBthloew Bub will perform the services and Ltady Vuaa .B.ub is the fea tured psalmist. To all ..our former membei:S and friends worldwide; mnenlber, this onlY bappeos onee in a lifetime; put down anything that would stop you fi:om atteDding. God bless you and we hope to see you there. participate in church min istries and wholesome youth m 3: m m :::D programs. Anyone in the community who would like for their chil..... dren to participate in the 1\) program may sign up during the jamboree. (See ad in 8-31 and 9-7 issues of the Sen tinel) The 2012-2013 session is filled With a variety of activi ties, fun events and trips, from study tips on how to make an 'A,' fun with Math, to a Spring Break trip to At lanta, GA and Chattanooga, ,1N. For additional informa tion, please call (813) 2670348. ., r 0 :!! rn m z .... z m r m c r r !!l z "0 c: m r c;; ::1: m c m < m .... c m 0 c )> z c ., :!! ,---------------------------, Join us as we depart on September 9, 2012 for the If you would join us for the cruise, please call Bnree limJiick at (720) 870-4548.

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Local 2 m Director Wants Residents To Feel Secure At lome c en m BY IRIS B. HOLTON SenthieJ City Editor In July, Pastor Clarence Nathan accepted the posi tion as Director of Security at Belmont Heights Estates. His role is to ensure the safety and security of the residents and he doesn't take his responsibility lightly. Recently, a shooting in the complex left four young men injured. Police have been unable to make any arrests because the victims are unco operative. Pastor Nathan said the shooting was the first major incident that took place since he assumed the position. A retired Tampa Police Officer, Pastor Nathan said, "I'm working closely with police and the Tampa Housing Authority to combat all unauthorized and unwanted peo ple on the property, none of who are residents." Pastor Nathan said the shooting followed a fight that PASTOR ClARENCE NATHAN Director of Security at Belmont Heights Estates began during an unauthorized party. "My goal is to make this area safe and secure. People need to be able to move freely about without fears of threats of violence." In an effort to bring this about, the Belmont Heights Estates is in the process of establishing Crime Watch Programs so that he residents Actress Needs Help To Anend Talent Convention BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ms. Mella Dixon has aspirations of being involved in the Christian entertainment industry Recently, she was chosen as a participant in the Actors, Models and Talent for Christ (AMTC) talent convention. However, in order to attend the six-day event, she needs assistance. Ms. Dixon is hoping that the community can help her realize her goal. She hopes to attend the organization's bi annual event. "I have always had a pas sion for acting and this event will help me take my career to the next level. Everyone has a dream and I believe God will make this possible for me. The donations will include my tuition, room and bOard," she said Ms. Dixon bas already created her own production company entitled Clouds Entertainment L. L. C. Her first production, "Tomorrow," is also underway. "I have started my own film company and produced my first film. I wrote, produced, and directed the film with some amazing actors," she said. AMTC Talent for Christ is a non:..profit ministry. It has been in existence for more MS. MELLA DIXON Chosen to attend talent convention than 30 years. Since its inception, the program bas showcased hundreds of tal ented individuals. The ministry began with a concentration on models. However, during the years, it has expanded its focus to include actors, singers, dancers, and comics. In recent years, the organization renamed itself to become the Actors, Models and Talent Competition. It draws thousands of performers to its competitions each year. Anyone wishing to obtain more information can call (813) 355-0749 or contact Ms. Dixon at dixonm8@gmail.com. can call police if there is a problem. Additionally;the complex plans to start an anonymous tips line to receive tips They recently held an emer gency meeting with the resi dents to discuss what they perceive as problems, to proChat1ces to: Win aM IPad leecive groceries vide information to them, and to obtain feedback. freedom. "a "We are trying to make this complex a place where families can go and enjoy the. parks and feel comfortable. We want the seniors to be able to sit on their porches or take walks in tranquility and The residents should b:e able to enjoy going outside 3: where they live without peom pi e who are not residents causing problems creating havoc and infringing upon N th eir rights," Pastor Nathan g said. N Attend our liifi classes and learn: !I What's ift your credit report? II What's a good score aftd how do you get it? g Is It possible to "fX'" bad credit? I Realistic ways to build good credit aftd reduce fttanclal stress g Practical ways to save beyoftd coupofting"' I Fu" ways to teach kids about IMOftey II tet ready for the holidays. fhey'll be here before you know it !I Aftd !More! ., r-0 0 )> (/) m z ::! z m r-m c: r r m ::! z ht one-on-ofte help fro a penoulfllanelal coach. Childeare and refreshllarts provided. Registration required. Uttited Way Suneoast at lll 214 or efell%61vwsvttcoastorg ;g G') m ...... ......

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Abe Brown Ministries Hosts Goll Tournament Banquet Abe Brown Ministries held its fundraising golf tournament at Innisbrook Golf Resort. After several rounds of golf, the participants relaxe d later in the evening at a banquet. (Photos by Ishmon Johnson) These men are part of Abe Brown Ministries Transitional Living Program. Kneeling, George King. Left to right front row: Carroll Norris, Fred Mitchell, Tyrone Terry, and Tracy Washington. Middle row, Erion Wynn, Robert Owens, Reggie Brown, Abe Brown Ministries President Robert Blount, III, and Tyronn Burnett. In the rear, Mark Mentry and Alfred Sherrod. From left to right: Marvin Youngblood, Deacon Albert Lee, Lloyd Mumford, Deacon Walter Phillips and William Parker. Deacon Samuel Joyner, right, and former NFL Miami Dolphins player Lloyd Mumford. Coleman Bell, II and his wife, Ingrid were at the banquet. Carla Williams attended the banquet. Martha Joyner and Gwendolyn Hall were at the banquet. First Baptist Church of College Hill Assistant Pastor, Christopher Jarnegan and his wife, Octavia were at the banquet. Deacon Ernest Pinder, Jr. (r) with his son, Ernest Pinder, III.

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Local Middleton Tigers Open Season Against The Kina lions The G S. Middleton High School Tiger Varsity Football Team began their 2012 season in a tough fought game at King High School against the Lions. Although the Tigers fell 21-7 in the contest, the fans and stu dents enjoyed a great evening. (PHOTOS BY SYLVESTER HARRIS) Middleton's Principal, Owen Young and Assistant Principal, George FeKete, were at the game to cheer on the Tigers. From left to right, Middleton Cheerleaaers: Lariena, Trisann, Chatreal, and Miranda. The King High School Lion Dancerettes entertained the crowd during the game. -; Eddie Jean Mersier takes a breather during the game. Anthony Carswell scored Middleton's only touchdown. -Victorious King High players Edwin Josaninvil, Dezrick Ingram, and Austin Long. RIENTAL

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Gabbv Douglas -Preparing To launch Gvmnastics Tour London 2012 Olympic games gold medalist Gabby Douglas visits Citi Field in New York City. LOS ANGELES Gabby Douglas has barely had time to enjoy her Olympic all-around gym> nastics success and now it's time to get back to work. ii Douglas and the rest of LL the U. S. women s team con vened in Ontario, Calif., to Kellogg' s Tour of Gymnastics Champions. Nastia Liukin, the 2008 Olympic all-around champi-on, is participating and helping choreograph the three-month tour that opens Sept. 8 in San Jose. Lhikin says been impressed with how Douglas has handled herself since the 16-year-old wowed at the Olympics with a gold medal in the allaround. She's encouraged Douglas to enjoy every moment of her newfound success and fame. > w > w 0 w :I: en ::::i m ::::J 0. z i= w Retired RB Tomlinson Moves Into Broadcasting LADAINIAN TOMLINSON NEW YORK Recently retired running back, LaDainian Tomlinson is moving quickly into his second career. NFL Network and SiriusXM Radio Inc. announced Wednesday that the 2006 NFL MVP was joining the outlets as a broadcaster. Tomlinson rushed for 13,684 yards, fifth on the career list, and scored 162 touchdowns, third-most ever. The former Charger and Jet announced his retirement in June. Tomlinson will appear on NFL Network's new Sunday morning show, "First on the Field." He'll also host weekly shows on NFL news and fantasy foot ball for SiriusXM Titans BrinTole Suspended 1Game KENNY BRITT NFL has suspended Titans wide receiver, Kenny Britt one game after a DUl arrest, his eighth run-in with police since he was drafted in 2009. Britt said after Tennessee's 10-6 win over the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night that he would "just take it on the chin" and won't appeal the decision. Chad Johnson On Evelvn Lozada Domestic Abuse Fallout: 'I Got To Stan life over' CHAD JOHNSON Football player Chad Johnson, also known as Chad Ochocinco, has been released from the Broward County Jail in Florida. Chad was arrested for domestic violence against his new wife, Evelyn Lozada. Embattled ex-NFL wide receiver Johnson got real introspective recently on Twitter. While lamenting the fact that he is no longer on a professional team (imd is missing from the iconic Madden NFL video game) he .admitted that he needs to start life o ver and create ane w one." I got to start life over and create a new one," the current free agent continued. lallers To Honor Thr.ee b-Piavers KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR, JAMAAL WILKES AND SHAQUILLE O'NEAL LOS ANGELES --The retired jerseys and statues in and around Staples Center will get some company next season. The Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday announced the dates of three events next season to honor Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jamaal Wilkes and O'Neal. On Nov. 16, before playing the Phoenix Suns, the Lakers and Staples Center will unveil a statue of Abdul-Jabbar at Star Plaza outside of Center. Abdul-Jabbar's statue will join those of Magic Johnson, Jerry West, Wayne Gretzky, Oscar De La Hoya and Chick Hearn around the front of the arena. Terrell's Babv IODJDia wants Checks To Keep CoDling Even With UneDIPIOVDient For'mer gridiron. player Terrell Owens, who just got axed from what could very well be his last chance at securing a stable position on an NFL team, will not be able to slide away from his baby momma drama that easily. Apparently, Owens' fourth baby momma, Melanie Paige Smith, hightailed it to court after his release from the Seattle Seahawks to block the play er s request to have his child support payments lowered. According to court docu ments, Owens' million-dollar deal with the Seahawks still makes him financially able to continue to support his child with Paige. Still, Owens alleges that since the paychecks have TERRELL OWENS vs. MELANIE SMITH stopped, he should be able to d-ole out less dough, but reportedly, Paige is not going for the woe-is-me" act. Instead, Paige and her lawyer, Randall Kessler, are keeping close tabs on those incoming checks from Owens, with Kessler saying that his client has her "fingers crossed" that another team picks him up. Stephan Marburv sued For $311n Virginia Coon over Unpaid Loans Former NBA All-Star and current member of the Beijing Ducks, Stephon Marbury was sued by U. S. Bank for $3 million in a Richmond, VA. court at the end of August. Wachovia lent $1.4 million to Marbury in 2007. In August 2011, U. S. Bank foreclosed on the Petersburg property and sold it for $1.31 million, according to the suit. The bank alleges that it is still owed $1 million by Marbury, which includes unpaid interest and legal fees. Marbury, who personally guaranteed the loans, had STEPHON MARBURY bought office and industrial properties throughout the United States but defaulted on the loans. He also fore closed on an 8,ooo-squarefoot home in Los Angeles after failing to pay back $3.1 million.

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Bucs Sign RB Ware,-CI8im 4 Others 01 Waivers D.J. WARE The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed former New York Giants reserve running back D.J. Ware and released cornerback Brandon McDonald. The moves were announced Saturday, when the Bucs also claimed defen sive tackle Corvey Irvin, guard Julian Vandervelde and center/guard Cody Wallace off waivers. To make room on the roster, which had been at 52 players, defensive lineman Wallace Gilberry and guard Bradley Sowell were waived. Ware spent the past five seasons with the Giants, rushing for 324 yards and one touchdown. Irvin appeared in four games with Jacksonville in 2011. He was a third-round draft pick of Carolina in 2009 and spent two seasons with the Panthers. Jones-Drew Ends 38-Dav Holdout MAURICE JONFS-DREW JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -Maurice Jones-Drew remains as passionate as ever about his value So when the Jacksonville Jaguars running back ended his 38 day holdout Sunday without a new contract he had no apologies, no regrets and no concerns about his standing with the franchise. ''I'm in a good place," he said. "I did something I felt was right, and I'm always going to feel right. I'm not going to feel wrong for what I did it at all. And that's why I can come back and not have a negative attitude. I think if you regret things, you're going to come back salty, be a distraction, things like that. "I don't feel that way cause what I did was right. No one can tell me it was wrong. Not one person here can tell me what I did was wrong." De la Hova Accuser Ordered To Pav His leuaiBill OSCARDELAHOYA NEW YORK-A woman who claimed to have been intimidated by bo xer Oscar De-La" .Hoya during a wild night at a New York City hotel has now been ordered to pay his legal bill, after a judge said her law s uit w as frivolous" and maliciou s A Manhatta n court ruled Friday that model Angelica Cecora owes $12,ooo in fees to the former welt e rweight champion Th e judge had pre viou s l y rul e d that Cecora's l a wsuit was meritless, and s a id it appear e d to have b ee n filed only to harass the box er. Cecora' s l a w suit had accused De La Hoya of a variety of perverted behav iors during a night of consensual sex, but stoppe, d short of accusing him of forcing her to do anYthing against her will. Her lawyers say she will appeal. Sea haWks Release IE Winslow KELLEN WINSWW RENTON, Wash. Kellen Winslow was acquired by the Seattle Seahawks in the hopes that along with Zach Miller the duo could become a formi dable set of tight ends who could add another element to the Seahawks offense. Those plans drastically changed on Saturday when Wii.tslow was released by the team, keeping true to the Seahawks' past form of tinkering with their roster even after all training camp cuts are made. A team spokesman con firmed Winslow's release shortly after it was first reported by ESPN.com. Wmslow was scheduled to make $3.3 million in base salary in 2012, following his trade from 'Tampa Bay to Seattle in May. Dwight Howard Thanks Orlando Fans DWIGHT HOWARD New Los Angeles Lakers acquisition Dwight Howard posted an open letter Sunday in the Orlando Sentin e l In the letter, Howard said to h ave had the opportuni t y to play b efore the Orlando fans for e ight y ears w as truly a privil e ge and an honor Sentinel blogger George Diaz said the letter was a joke for Magic fans Howard, a six-time All Star center who played eight seasons in Orlando, was traded August 10 from the Magic to the Lakers. AUTY UNUMrrED SANDRA This week's Beauty Unlimited feature cele brated her birthday this past Sunday, so we want to make sure the world knows. Sandra deserves this praise and a lot more, because she always strives to be the best, and for the best. This young lady has aspirations of grow ing very big as a professional and hair stylist, and says she will always be humble enough to remember her roots and friends. Sandra enjoys relaxing and spending time with her family, as well as a night out on the town with friends. When It comes to the man in her life, Sandra said he must be strong, handsome, professional, spiritual, and honest. Congratulations to Sandra and Happy Birthday. m tn c tn m m 3: aJ m ::D N 0 .... N ., r 0 :!! c )> C/) m !i z m r aJ c: r r z c: aJ r u; ::J: m c m < m -4 c: m tn c )> z c

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Entertainment -: Stevie J Prepping 'Lovemaking Guide' Shennan Hemslel's Dr. Ore, Jimmv Iovine To w Funeral Delayed k O A I I h Stevie J is looking into Due To Will I a e n DP e s p one 1non-musical ventures in0. eluding a guide for those m handicapped in the area of > ph y sical intimacy. "We might m ak e the lo v emaking guide," tn Stevie said. We got the book coming, the t-shirts 1com ing. We got the music coming," he said The work will be an exten sion of the pure nonsense displayed throughout the first season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, and is Stevie' attempt at teaching those looking to follow in his foot-STEVIEJ steps. It's just the way player's play, he continued. A Jilanual for the ladies, and a manual for the gentlemen, and my perspective on how to handle things. DMI'S New England Concen Canceled Allld VIolence Concerns DMX's New England concert has been canceled as a safety precaution. The show was scheduled for Sept 7 at the White's of Westport venue in Westport. Mass. but several violent incidents c in the area prompted authora: ities to encourage the venue u. to pull the plug on the show Local law enforcement w c w J: U) :::i m Rapper Turk Gets High School Diploma While In Jail ::;, Form e r Hot Boys rapper D. Turk is nearing t he end of his prison term and will w m a rk his tim e b e hind bar s b y j r e ach i ng another mile s tone: getting his high school _, diploma W Th e New Orl e ans nativ e completed his necessary z courses while incarcerated in m Arkansas.
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--lr------------------------Funeraa/Memoriams SISTER ANNIE JANE HARRIS HICKS Sister -Annie Jane Harris Hicks of 1318 W. Nassau Street, passed away on Wednesday, August 29, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted on Wednesday, September 5 at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street with Pastor T D. Leonard, officiating. Inter ment will follow i n the Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mrs. Hicks was a native of Shellman, Georgia, and a resi dent of Tampa for 42 years. She attended the public schools of Shellman, Georgia, and Havana, FL. She was a member of the Black Nurses Association, She was a Deaconness, and S unday Scho
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National ffi New Judge Assigned In Travvon Martin Case ID. w en en w ::::) 1ORLANDO, FL A new judge has been assigned to oversee the case of George Zimmerman, the former neighborhood watch volunteer charged with killing Trayvon Martin. Debra S. Nelson, a 13year judicial veteran, was assigned to Zimmerman's case Thursday. An appeals court granted his attorney's request for Judge Kenneth Lester to disqualify himself. Attorney Mark O'Mara had asked the court earlier this month to overturn Lester's decision not to leave the case. O'Mara con tended that the judge made disparaging remarks about Zimmerman's character and advocated for addi tional charges against him in setting his $1 million bond in July. Two judges on a 3-judge appeals panel agreed in an opinion issued Wednesday. Atlanta Teacher Accused 01 Helping Students Cheat aecause Thevre Dumb As Hell' With President Obama proposing a $1 billion plan to aid math and science teach ers, one Atlanta school teacher is accused of not c a: being committed to helping u. students learn. C Shayla Smith, a fifth grade math teacher at Dobbs Ele mentary School in Atlanta, c faced a three-person tribunal en investigating claims that she doctored Criterion-Refer !enced Competency Tests ft (CRCT). The CRCT is administered w at public schools in Georgia and is designed to measure :z: the competency of first through eighth grade stu m ::::) SHAYLA SMITH dents. Smith allegedly told an other teacher that she had no choice in the matter. "The words were, 'I had to give your kids, or your students, the answer because they're dumb as hell,"' Schajuan Jones, who taught in the classroom across from Smith, testified during the hearing earlier this week. Q. z i= w -I -I ::::) m -I w z Great-Grandmother Indicted For Facilitating Million-Dollar Drug Ring Out 01 Her co-Op i= z w en a: 0 -I u. NEW YORK -A Harlem grandmother was indicted on drug conspiracy charges. Doris Smith, 72, walks with a cane, yet provided solid assistance to her son in-law as he ran a million dollar-a-year drug ring from her Harlem apartment. The grandmother of 7 and great granmother of one confessed Wednesday to allowing her daughter's husband, Lamont Moultrie, 42, to stash the drugs that fueled his business in the co-op where the family lived. co Smith's apartment pro vided shelter for her daugh ter Nicole McNair if Moultrie, 41, Lamont, and the couple's 11-year-old son. Living adjacent to an empty unit Smith accessed as pres ident of the co-op board, the great-grandmother repur posed the adjoining space plus the dwelling's basement to warehouse the PCP, crack and heroine distributed by the alleged drug kingpin's gang. "The upstairs apartment served as the heart of the PCP trade, with gang under lings dipping spearmint leaves into s-gallon cans of the liquid drug." Moultrie's gang was so proficient, they were known on Harlem streets as the Kings of Dust. Granny Smithknown to those in the know as "Mama Dot" was the matriarch of the operation. In addition to providing a home base of wiretap evidence shows that Smith warned Lamont about police investigators and instructed him on how to evade them when entered the building. Woman Plagued With Condition Causing100 Orgasms A oav NEW JERSEY -Kim Ramsey, 44, took a tum ble one day that resulted in a condition in which just the slightest friction KIM can lead her to RAMSEY orgasm. Termed Persistent Arousal Disorder (PAD), this ex tremely rare condition keeps the British nurse on the verge of sexual climax, which in hibits her normal function ing. "Doctors believe the incur able syndrome was caused by an accident in 2001 when she fell down some stairs." This may have led to a Tarlov cyst on her spine, at the point where a woman's orgasm originates. Ex-Marine Behind N.J. Supermarket Shooting TERENCE TYLER OLD BRIDGE, NJ -A law enforcement official says the gunman who killed two co workers and himself at a New Jersey supermarket is a for mer Marine. Terence Tyler, 23, was discharged from the U. S. Marine Corps. in 2010. A law-enforcement official briefed on the case confirmed that Tyler wearing military clothing, was the shooter who opened fire at the Pathmark store early Friday. The 23-year-old man left his shift around 3:30 a.m. and returned a half-hour later with a handgun and an AK-47 assault rifle, Middle sex County Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan said. There were 12 to 14 people in the store at the time, Kaplan said. The man fired at least 16 rounds from the rifle at the first workers he saw, killing an 18-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man as other workers hid, he said. The gunman then killed himself, said Kaplan. He did not release the name of the suspect or the victims; the motive is onder investigation. u. s. Coon Reiects Texas Voter ID law As Unfair WASHINGTONA fed eral court on Thursday re jected a Texas law that would require voters to present photo IDs to election offi cials before being allowed to vote in November's election, unanimously ruling that it imposes "strict, unforgiving burdens on the poor," who are often racial minorities. The decision involves an increasingly contentious po litical issue in the U. S.: a push, largely by Republicancontrolled legislatures and governors, to impose strict identification requirements on voters. Republicans say they are fighting voter fraud. Democ rats, with support from a number of studies, say voter fraud is largely non-existent and that Republicans are trying. to disenfranchise mi norities, poor people and college students all groups that tend to support Democ rats. Police: 100-Year-Oid Driver Hits 11 Near lA School LOS ANGELES The screams of women and chil dren didn't cause Preston Carter, a 100-year-old driver to stop as he backed his Cadillac onto a sidewalk across from an elementary school and hit 11 people, in cluding nine children. So people began pounding on his windows screaming for him to stop, a witness said. Alma Solache said she was buying her children an afterschool snack Wednes day just before the accident outside a South Los Angeles school. "He was not paying atten tion," said Solache, 24, adding that it was at least two or three seconds before the vehicle halted and people Preston Carter talks with an officers after his car plowed into a group of parents and children began pulling children out from beneath the car. Four of the children were in critical condition when firefighters arrived but they were stabilized and were in serious condition at a hospi tal, city fire Capt. Jaime Moore said. Everyone was expected to survive, he said. Mother Defends Daughter, &, From Anempted Abduction OREGON A Portland, Oregon mother says she punched a man who was trying to abduct her 6-year old Sunday night. The girl had been playing outside at a friend's house when the young man grabbed her just before 6:30 p.m. and tried to pull her into the bushes according to police. "I thought I heard some thing and then I looked and the man had my daughter, Xavieria in a bush with his hand over her mouth and around her waist," Antoinette Robinson said. "I up and ran out of the house and I just socked him in his face. Then I went to go hit him again and he let her go and we both rolled down the hill." The suspect ran off after releasing the girl. Then Robinson said she jumped into a car with neighbors ANTOINETI'E ROBINSON and chased him down. "I got out with a 2x4 and I broke it over him, I'm not going to lie, I just went over there and I just stomped him in his face and mouth," Robinson said. The neighborS tackled the suspect and held him down until police arrived, according to Lt. Robert King with the Portland Po lice Bureau. Police arrested the 17-year-old suspect on kidnap and aggravated harassment charges.

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Crime Man Dies 01 Gunshot After Fight Turns Deadlv Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies are conducting a death investigation after an incident in Brandon Sunday. Deputies said at 3:30 p. m., they were called to the 1400 block of Scotch Pine Drive after someone dialed 9-1-1. The caller told the dispatcher that a fight involving several people had broken out and shots were fired. When deputies arrived, they found 19-year-old Daniel S. Oliver dead inside the residence from a single gunshot wound. The person who was identified as the shooter was interviewed by detectives His identity as well as a motive is not being released at this time pending further investigation. Police Kill Suspect wanted For Sexual Banerv on Girl, 11 GREGORY JOHNS gunned down by deputies after attempting to attack them with a knife. PINELLAS COUNTY Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies reported that a man being sought for sexual bat tery was killed. On August 29th, detectives began investigating a complaint of an 11-year -old alleged sexual battery victim who was complaining of stomach pains and hospital ized by her mother and livein boyfriend. It was later determined the child was pregnant. Detectives said when the live-in boyfriend, Gregory Johns, 42, found out the child was pregnant, he became upset and asked the child' s mother for the car keys to get some cigarettes, but instead fled from the hos pital and did not return. The incident was reported to authorities, and through their investigation detectives learned Johns had sexually battered the n-year-old girl on as many as three occasions during the month of June, 2012. Detectives began searching for Johns and got a warrant for his arrest for capital sexual battery on a child under 12. During the morning of September 1st, detectives learned Johns was at a hotel along the beach. They went to every hotel along the stretch searching for Johns. He was located at the very last hotel. Deputies approached the door of the hotel, and knocked, commanding Johns to come out. He refused and deputies used tools to force their way inside. After deputies entered the room, they reported that Johns had locked himself in the bathroom. As deputies were about to make entry into the bathroom, Johns reportedly charged them with a knife. Two deputies opened fire, killing Johns. Both deputies were placed on administra tive leave pending the out come of the investigation. White Savannah Man Alleuedlv Badlv Beaten For Having Black Girlfriend A Savannah, Georgia man was attacked and badly beat en by a trio of thugs in Ellis Square because he has a black girlfriend. Andrew Quade, a white male was on his way to party with his African American girlfriend, Olufisayo Bakre, on the night of August 24th, when they were allegedly jumped by the thugs. According to reports from wroc, the three men hurled resentful and racial slurs at couple before the unprovoked attack occurred. The hate crime landed Quade in a hospital and left him with a swollen eye and face. Police are reviewing sur veillance tapes and talking to witnesses in the hopes of bringing the perpetrators to justice. 3-Year-Oid crnical After Being Hit Bv Car LAKELAND A 3-year-old boy was hit by a car Saturday night, and Lakeland Police said he's in critical condiO'MONfAE tion. THOMAS According to reports, at 6:45 p. m., O'Montae Thomas was playing outside and ran into the street in the 2200 block of Providence Road. He was struck by a vehicle. Police said the vehicle's driver, Ella Mack, 65, tried to avoid striking the child. At the time of the accident, police said Thomas was playing with 6-year-old Jazerine Brown, who told police Thomas was chasing a friend when he got hit by the car. A neighbor came to the child s aid after the accident and was giving him CPR and checking his pulse until emergency personnel arrived. Authorities reported that Thomas's condition had improved late Sunday but he's still considered to be critical IAPDinvasllgadng usa II Farce In WDIDID'S ID-CISIIIIJ Death LOS ANGELES, CA The Los Angeles Police Depart ment is investigating why a 35-year-old mother died last month while she was in cus tody of officers after an arrest recorded by an in-car cam era, according to an LAPD statement released late Thursday. "I take all in-custody death investigations very serious ly," LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said in a statement. "I am confident we will get to the truth no matter where that leads us." Alesia Thomas was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment after her two children ages 3 and 12 were found abandoned at LAPD Southeast Area Station at about 2 a.m. on July 22. Officers found Thomas at a residence in the 9000 block of South Broadway. After questioning her, officers tried to take her into custody and she began actively resisting arrest, LAPD officials said. Thomas continued to struggle with the officers and another unit was called, offi cials said. Her ankles were put in a "hobble restraint" an adjustable strap and she was placed in a seated posi tion in the back of the squad car. Within minutes, Thomas appeared to stop breathing and paramedics were called. She was transported to the hospital where she was pro nounced dead. Manslaughter Trial 01 n-Year-Oid Delendant Delaved en c en m m s::: m m ::D The manslaughter trial of a 71-year-old man set to begin today (September 4th), has been postponed. No new trial date has been set. Jury selection in the trial of Trevor Dooley was to begin Tuesday morning despite the fact that the prosecution and the defense both have appeals pending. Dooley claimed selfdefense in the case that left a young father dead in September 2010. He testified that the victim, David James, was choking him when the gun discharged. However, Hillsborough Circuit Judge Ashley Moody denied his claim earlier this year. Judge Moody ruled that the shooting did not fall within the perimeters of the "Stand Your Ground law. Her rul ing is under appeal. According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff' s Office, on September 26, 2010, Dooley and David James, 41, became engaged in an argument at the Partridge Point Trail TREVOR DOOLEY ... manslaughter trial delayed over a teenager riding his skateboard on the basketball court. N C) ..... N Dooley allegedly turned ., and displayed the firearm, 6 at which time James :!! lunged at him. The two men C struggled over the gun and both fell to the ground. The m gun fired one bullet striking James in the chest. z James, whose 8-year-old J!! daughter witnessed the m shooting, died at the scene. ? Police arrested Dooley r. m two days later. He was released on a $so,ooo Z bond. 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