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I Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 68 NO.9 TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18,2012 24 PAGES 75 familv Enrichment Center To Celebrate 20th Anniversarv SEE PAGE 2 Church Participates In National Call To Register Voters SEE PAGE 3 Bodvbuilding Champ To Speak At veuan Festival SEE PAGE 3 MEN OF VISION TAKE FIRST FIElD TRIP OF ACADEMIC YEAR Recently, members of the Men ofVision Mentoring organization recently took their first field trip for this academic year. The young men visited the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) to see the "Mummies of the World" Exhibition. Ross Anderson created the organization several years ago and it now has chapters on middle school and high school campuses. The young men who went on the field trip are on the front row: Master Williamson and Jordan Hudson, Van Buren Middle School; and Joel Elkanah, Steinbrenner High School. Shown on the second row are: Ross Anderson founder and sponsor of Men ofVision; Lamar Woods, an Alumni member who returned to lend a helping hand; Gabriel Gaskins, and Henry Tillman Jr., Steinbrenner High School; Nico Candelario, and Di-avonta King, Van Buren Middle School, and Wilden Cajuste, Steinbrenner High School, who is also the Men ofVision Overall Presi-"':: dent. Shown on the third row are: Devonta Maxfield, King High School; Kezio Snelling, Dontrey Bailey, Phillip Smith, Rahjae Clark, and Pierre Alsint, Mount Pleasant Charter School; and Chris Webb, who is the Men of Vision President at Steinbrenner High School.

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co ..... a: w m :!E w t: w en State Justice Not Happv Campaiuninu To Keep Seat As far as State Supreme c Court Justice Peggy ffi Quince is concerned, she is ::J not accustomed to asking 1people for their votes. When Justice Quince spoke to the Hillsborough Association For Women Lawyers last week, she talked about the history of the state's merit retention system for appellate judges the importance of an impar tial judiciary and the need for people to vote in every election on the ballot, including those questions -such as her own -at the very bottom. Justice Quince and two other justices, R. Fred Lewis and Barbara Pariente, face merit reten C tion elections this year, as IX: they each have twice before. Usually, these elections are z unremarkable events, with c( no money spent, no cam paigns and virtually no question about the likely W outcome This year, however, will be > different. Organized conser ffi vative groups are fighting to > get rid of the justices based on past rulings that the w groups label judicial activism. To defend their ::::; seats, the justices are rais ing campaign funds for the o.. first time, each collecting Z more than $130,000 so far. ti The Florida Bar has budget ...J ed $300,000 to educate the S public about the merit m retention system. irl A poll found upwards of 90% of lawyers statewide 1z w en c( c a: 0 ...J u. JUSTICE PEGGY QUINCE supporting the justices' retention. Restore Justice 2012, an Orlando group, issued a voter guide giving the three justices failing grades based on such rulings as their blocking of a ballot initiative on the Affordable Health Care Act, their historic 2000 ruling in the Bush vs. Gore presidential race, and limitations they placed on school choice. The Florida movement reflects what's happening around the country. Justice Quince was appointed in1998 by joint agreement by outgoing Governor Lawton Chiles, a Democrat, and incoming Governor Jeb Bush, a Republican. She has stood for retention twice before (2000 and 2006), as have fellow justices R. Fred Lewis and Barbara Pariente. Familv Enrichment Center To Celebrate 20th Anniversarv MS. OLGA STIRRUP ... Executive Director of The Family Enrichment Center BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor More than 20 years ago, a Tampa church saw the dire need to help children in need of homes. They decided the best way to accom plish this goal was to work in conjunction with the local governmental agency responsible for the children. The origin of the Family Enrichment Center began in the secretary's office of the College Hill Church Of God And Christ. The idea was to recruit African American families to become licensed foster parents. The Center opened its doors on September 29, 1992. On Thursday, September 20th, the Board of Directors, management, and staff of The Family Enrichment Center will cel ebrate its 20th Anniversary. The celebration will take place at the Tampa Airport Hilton, beginning at 6:30 MR. FRED IE SOWMON ... To be honored p.m. The guest speaker for the event is Lucas Boyce, author of "Living Proof: From the White House to the NBA." He will share his story of being a former foster child born premature ly to an alcoholic and drug addicted teenager. The organization will also pay a special tribute to the late Mr. Freddie a popular retired NFL star and local coach. Ms. Olga Stirrup, Executive Director of the Family Enrichment Center said, "It is inconceivable to have our celebration and not talk about how much Coach Solomon meant to the agency and his heart, and our Grandparents Program. His widow, Mrs. Dee Solomon will join the agency that evening." Having served the community for the past 20 years, The Family Enrichment Center is the second largest provider of LUCAS BOYCE ... Guest Speaker foster care in Hillsborough County. Ms. Stirrup said, "It was our challenge to dispel a prevailing attitude that Black families would not step to the plate and provide safe homes for Black children who were disproportionately represented in the foster care system. And, we continue to respond to chal lenges. The Center continues to increase its services to the community. The most recent undertakings include: low-cost housing for individuals impacted by HIV /AIDS; a residential group home for siblings in foster care; case management, and the first support services for grandparents and other relative caregivers in Hillsborough County. For additional information, contact The Family Enrichment Center at (813) 237-2530, extension 26; or see the ad in this edition of the Sentinel. Dr. Manin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center To Get Facelift On Thursday, September 20th, 150 employees ofTMobile will be at the City of Tampa's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center as part of a national community outreach program called Huddle Up." The workers will be giving the recreation center (also known as the Trailer Park Gym complex) a facelift that will included painted murals, the construction of shelving and cubby storage spaces, and outdoor games and playground graphics. The work will begin at 9 a. m. after a brief opening ceremony with Gabriel Torres, Vice President and The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Complex. General Manager of TMobile. The T-Mobile "Huddle Up" is aimed at connecting kids primarily from singleparent families in highneed, urban communities, to positive people, places, and programs. The Dr. King Complex is located at 2200 North Oregon Avenue. For more information, contact Greg Bayor, Cit y of Tampa Parks and Recreation Director, at (813) 274-773 0.

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Features c: Young Man FataiiV Shot Trving TO Stop Fight Outside Club BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Shortly b efore 2:30 a.m., last Friday, a 24-year-old Tampa man was shot outside of an Ybor City club. He later died at a local hospital. The Tampa Police Department is not releasing any ad ditional information about the shooting that ended the life of 24-year-old RickeyS. Ugons. When officers ar rived at Club Ice, 1704 N. 11" Street, in Ybor City, Ugons was laying in the parking lot. He was transported to Tampa General Hospital, where he later died. According to reports, a fight started inside the club and bouncers ejected several people. Ugons and a female Were leaving when they saw two girls fighting behind the club. Witnesses said Ugons became involved after a young man began fighting with one of the girls and tried to stop him Ligons' mother, Mrs. Odessa Marshall said, "He was tcying to break up a fight. Two girls were fighting and a RICKEY LIGONS 5/28/1')88 -9/14/2012 boy started fighting one of the girls. He told him he shouldn't be fighting a girl and then he was shot." Ugons was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Marshall and Wendall Alexander. He was the grandson of Mrs. Carrie Ugons and the late A. C. Ligons. His uncle, Joe Ugons, is the lead singer of the popular gospel group, the Mighty Clouds of Joy. He was the oldest of three children born to Mrs. Marshall. "I poured my whole life in to all three of my kids. I loved my son dearly and it's just sad to see his light go out at the age of 24. He will al ways be loved and close to my heart and he will never be for gotten," she said. Ugons was a Tampa na tive who attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He one credit short of graduating with his Brandon High School class in 2008. Mrs. Marshall said Rickey was planning to ob tain that credit and was in the process of talking with a mili tary recruiter. He planned to enlist in the U.S. Army. "He had just found out what he needed to do to go into the military." He was a member of New Greater Friendship Mission ary Baptist Church and was described as a typical young adult. He enjoyed playing football, music, and playing games on his Play Station 3 His family is currently at tempting to raise money for his funeral. Funeral services for Ugons were incomplete as of press time. Wilson's Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. Church Participates In National Call To Register Voters. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday, September 16, 1963, members of the Ku Klux Klan placed a bomb at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, in Birmingham, Ala bama. Sunday School had just been dismissed when the bomb exploded at the church that had hosted Civil Rights Movement meetings. In its aftermath, Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Denise MeN air were killed. In remembrance of the 49th Anniversary of the murders, Benjamin Jealous, President of the Na tional Office of the NAACP issued a call. Jealous re quested that all churches to conduct Voter Register on the anniversary of the murders in memory of the victims and what took place at the church. The theme was "Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Register 16 on 16." Rev. W. D. Sims, pastor of St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church responded to the call. He conducted a Voter's Register Drive in collaboration with the Hillsbor ough County Branch NAACP. REVEREND W. D. SIMS Pastor of St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church Rev. Sims urged those who were not registered to vote or those who needed to update their personal infor mation to do so. He set up a table in the vestibule and Ms. Pat Spencer, Secretary of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, was on hand to register. Rev. Sims said, "This was not a campaign effort for any candidate or issue, but to make available the opportu nity to give every citizen of these United States of Allier. I ca. There will be another op portunity to register or. up date personal information at St. Matthew Missionary Bap tist Church on Wednesday, September 11", at the noon Bible Study. The church is lo cated at 2628 21" Avenue. c Bodvbuildinu Challpion Speaking At leu Fest America's first vegan bodybuilding champion, Kenneth G. Williams, is scheduled to be a guest speaker at the 3rd Annual Tampa Bay Veg Fest. Kenneth will be speaking about achieving fitness goals on a vegan diet which includes no meat, dairy, fish or any type of animal products. Kenneth made sports history at the 2004 Natural Olympia, finishing third out of two hundred competitors around the world and became the world's first Vegan Body builder Champion. He is dedicated to educat ing people about using plant based and raw foods to build one's body to its highest po tential in physical develop ment. Kenneth is a spokesper son for the animal rights group, In Defense of Animals, and is currently training for the 2013j2014 Natural Olympia. The 3rct Annual Tampa Bay Veg Fest is the Tampa Bay area's only vegetarian/vegan festival which takes place in downtown Tampa on Sat urday, October 13, 2012, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. The 3rd Annual Tampa Bay Veg Fest is a free event featuring guest speakers; healthy living and eco friendly vendors; children 's activities; live music; films; animal adoptions and deliKENNETI1 G. WilLIAMS cious vegan food. Over 3,000 people attended last year's event, and the 2012 edition is shaping up to be even bigger. 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Editorials/Columns i ,.... a: w CD ::::!: w 1-Q. w en >-"' en w ::::) 1-/ FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 {813) 248-1"921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENnNEL BULLEnN PUBUSHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association {NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : Florlda Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tempe, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERn81NG DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULAnON MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PROOUcnON MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Monthe Both EdltiOne: $17 vBoth Edltlone. Opl-..a._.-on--ofthle -by COl-.. clonot-rlly ----of n.. ,__au-noo-A local lion Closes His Eves / We must remember Perry Harvey, Jr. We must remember the man who was among the first to stand up to a white-only system in Tampa c to declare, "I am a man, and you will treat me as i:t such?" No, Perry Harvey did not play. He was a man I.L 0 of his word, and as anyone would tell you, his word z was his bond. ca:: c en w ::::) 1w > w c w ::z:: en :J CD ::::) Q. z i= w Perry Harvey, Jr. was a very forgiving man. He simply didn't forget, too easily. And because he didn't forget, he was able to avoid-many of the pitfalls and landmines which claimed the less careful. Steely-eyed and set like a full-back, Perry Harvey, Jr. could see you coming, long before you got there. And who did he love, this man who, in his spare time, loved to tool around town wearing a railroad engineer's cap? Perry loved his wife, his children, sisters, and his fellow IIA longshoreman. And he loved life. We shall miss Perry Harvey, Jr., because he represented who we were, at our best. Blacks And Islam In America: Malcolm 1 And Martin: Voices From Tile Past Recent anti-Islamic hate and anti American demon strations in America and in predominantly Islamic coun tries caused me to reflect on our history, Malcolm X and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Thoughts of how half of Black Americans today would be Muslim had our ancestors not been sold or kidnapped into slavery also crossed my mind. Moreover, I thought about Black Muslim historical fig ures before and during Amer ica's Revolutionary and Civil Wars such as Estevanico, Bilali (Ben Ali) Muhammad, Peter Salem, Salem Poor, Francis Saba, and others. Then again, I began to think of current contributions made by Black American Muslims to art, entertain ment, comedy, sports, music, science, government and other areas of American soci ety. Somehow, putting Black faces to the word "Muslim" should remind us of some thing Malcolm X said to an overflow audience in Cleve land, Ohio in 1964. Malcolm said, "I'm not here to argue or discuss anything that we differ about be cause it's time for us to sub merge our differences and realize that it is best for us to first see that we have the same problem, a common problem that will make you catch hell whether you're a Baptist, or a Methodist, or a Muslim or a Nationalist. Whether you're educated or illiterate, whether you live on the boulevard or in the alley, you're going to catch hell just like I am. We are all in the same boat and we all are going to catch the sam.e hell from the same man. He just happens to be a white man ... Now in speaking like this, it doesn't mean we're anti white, but it does mean we re anti-exploitation; we' re anti degradation; we're anti-op pression ... If the late Pres. Kennedy. could get together with Khrushchev and ex change some wheat, [then] we certainly have more in common with each other than Kennedy and Khrushchev ... It isn't that time is running out... [But] Time has run out!" As to Islamophobia, I be lieve Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would remind us of the many quotes he made about peace and brotherhood I BlACK VOTER S. 0. S. I 1 And The Religion Ha11ened I W J n one of his most popular poems, Imamu Amiri It has been said that there is hers of a religion he considers Baraka wrote, "Calling Black people! Calling all nothing more divisive on detestable. Z Black people, man, woman, child! Wherever you are, Earth than religion. While Now in the manner befitcalling you ... Urgent! ... Come in, Black people ... Come that' s debatable, there's little ting an act of cowardice he's ca:: in, wherever you are! Urgent, calling you! Calling all doubtthatthelackofreligious gone into hiding. Staying far C tolerance combined with the away and, more than likely, i: Black people, come on in!" disrespect people show towatching the carnage he instig With Baraka's poem in mind, we once more send wards the faiths of others is at gated from a safe distance. I.L out a clarion call to Black Americans, reminding you, the root of a significant num His actions are the results that voting during this presidential election is more ber of the problems that of radical thinking. The same important than your vote in 2008. plague mankind. type of thinking that encour-Black people who are eligible to vote, yet, have not registered to vote need to pick up their cell-phones, countries like Libya, Egypt burn down churches, mosques dial the Supervisor Of Elections' Office at 813-612-and Yemen. An American amand synagogues. 4180, or go online to register to vote today or no later bassador, along with several Like so many who share the than October 6th. members of his security detail, same extreme views of their were killed during an uprising own religions, Bacile's rna-In addition, if you have not voted since 2008, you need to check with the_ Supervisor of Elections' Office to make certain your name is still on the eligible voters' roll. Remember, Republican-led states, including Florida, purged its voters roll before being stopped by lawsuits. Finally, we encourage all of you to vote early. A list of early voting sites will be published in local newspapers. Even if you've moved or changed your name, you need to call813-744-5843 to do so before November's general election. : So, we echo Baraka's poem simply entitled "S.O.S." CJ Calling all Black voters! Urgent! We need you. Calling all Biack people! that was sparked by the retive was simple. He believed lease of a film produced in the he was doing his God's work. United States that allegedly This, of course, is the most desecrated the image of the Isdangerous element that exists Iamie prophet Muhammad. inside of all major world reli-An act considered by Muslims gions. The misguided belief to be one of the most egrethat the creator of any particgious crimes committed ular faith plays favoritism and against their faith. needs the help of his self-proThe filmmaker, a man who claimed chosen ones to elimreportedly goes by the name inate the followers of any Sam Bacile, is said to be a perceived competition. Jewish real estate developer It was this same extremism and an anti-Islamist who used that plunged Europe into the his wealth and connections to dark age of ignorance and illitfund the project with the sole eracy centuries ago when the purpose of agitating the memCatholic Church deemed it which include "I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear. Or "In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends; and "He who passively ac cepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps perpetu ate it. He who accepts evil without protesting is really cooperating with it." Finally, Rev. King would have said, "History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of so cial transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling si lence of the good people." Today, both Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X would have called for tolerance, brotherhood, and an end to anti-Islamic and anti-American hate. By the way, if you have anti Islamic sentiments you should read the Koran The similari ties between the Koran and the Bible may surprise you. Ignorance imprisons you and attracts hate; knowledge sets us free and attracts love. Indeed, my sentiments are similar to those of Black author Iyanla Vanzant, who states, "We may fight for free dom of people of color, but we say nothing when gays [Muslims,] or women are op pressed. We owe it to our selves and everyone else (especially our children) to see that all people live pain less and free." Let us hope that the truth shall someday be the light and that we all will be free Harambee! necessary to burn all existing books that didn't support its doctrine It was also alive and well when it led Adolf Hitler to exterminate thousands of Jews who he truly believed to be the progeny of Satan. And more recently, this fanaticism caused the death of millions of indigenous Africans in Sudan who refused to submit to Islam. These are examples of the unflattering legacy of religious intolerance. The inability of some human beings to allow other human beings the op portunity to live and believe as they choose. It shouldn't matter what a person adheres to spiritually. If what they have faith in helps them become p
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HOROSCOPES Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Note the destructive criticism, but don' t fall for it. Focus on the positive, and fire up the opti mism. You re a powerful financial engine. Promise the family you ll be with them later. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Abundance is available all around you Open your e yes and s oak up the love and support of your community Learning is a snap. Meditate now. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Work with a female prospers. You have more than expected now. Earn more money. Accept encouragement, especially when you most need it. It' s there. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -You ll be more effective from now on. Grab the passion of the moment by the horns, and ride it like a bull. There may be more than you thought. Believe you can prosper. Abundance is available. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Housework is particularly satisfying now, but so is office work. Find a balance, even if it re quires venturing into new territory. A female makes it all work It can be fun, depending on your attitude. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Do the jobs that pay best first. Send your invoice right away, and get paid sooner rather than later. Group objectives are becoming more attainable for the rest of the y ear. Pisces (Feb.19-March 20)-You'reverycutenow, so take advantage. For seven months, tie up loose ends in career train ing. Balance it by relaxing. Learn something new. Aries (March 21-April 19) -More possibilities appear over the next seven months. You make beneficial contacts and earn new security. Others appreciate your natural charm. Luck is on your side. Taurus (April 20-May 20)-Stash away treasures for later. Recordkeeping is getting easier with your flexibility. You'll find plenty of uses for the money you save. Your confidence grows. Gemini (May 21-June 20) -Seek balance and relax. Acre ative project is very rewarding, in many ways. Contact associates in other countries. For the next seven months, you'll learn more about your partner. Cancer (June 21-July 22) -Change is becoming child's play. Your work is easier, thanks to new technology and outsidethebox thinking You are immensely popular now. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Find extra inspiration by going outdoors or for a short hike. Let your ideas simmer overnight. You're lucky in love now You're luckier than usual in general. BOLD AND THE BEAUfiFUL -Rick takes advantage of Ridge s absence from Forrester Creations ; Liam shows up at Sp enser Publications with a whole new attitude; Rick arranges for a photo shoot with Hope and Thomas Hope gets a surprise visit from someone she never thought she would see again; Rick uses Thomas and Caroline's argument to his advantage; Katie warns Bill that his constant meddling in Liam s life may backfire. Bill tries to keep his cool when Deacon shows up and begins making demands; Caroline pays a visit to Liam and advises him to fight for his relationship. DAYS OF OUR LIVESEJ and Rafe get into a fistfight; Nicole pulls Daniel into a kiss; Jennifer overhears EJ reveal some shocking information ; Justin supports Sonny's decision about Will; Bo gets a wakeup call. Jennifer and Nicole get into a fight; Daniel expresses his opposition to Melanie's wedding; EJ offers advice to Chad; Gabi and Nick grow a little closer while working together ; Will tells his mom that he thinks he's not good enough for Sonny. Chad asks Melanie to leave Salem with him; Nicole manipulates Abigail; Sami and Kate confront Adrienne regard ing her put-down ofWill; Daniel has a run-in with Jennifer. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Tea s decision threatens to jeop ardize her happiness; Steve makes a shocking discovery; Sonny upends Tracy s happiness. Carly makes a decision about her future; Jason and Spinelli are close to uncovering the mystery of Sam's baby; a shocking situation causes Connie to re-emerge. Connie has an ultimatum for Johnny. Is Tracy willing to give Joe Jr. the benefit of the doubt? YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Sharon's shocking return to Newman Enterprises rattles Nick and Victoria, while Nina pleads for Ronan's help Lauren's confession and Daisy's return send shockwaves through Genoa City. Phyllis and Christine get into a heated argument, while Billy's secrets could jeopardize his famil y Diane McClendon and Janice Albury modeled the latest fashion at St. James AME Church's evening extravaganza. Beatrice Bowers and Ruth Saffore were among the members and guesrs at the Floridian Club Luncheon. ., ,... 0 :!! en m z :::! z m ,... tD c ,... ,... m :::! z "U c tD ,... c;; :::J: m 0 m < m -4 c m en 0 ,.. z 0 ., ::D 0 The late Perry Harvey, and Police Officers, Steve Buchanan and Jim Harris are shown in the parking lot of Tampa Park Apartments complex. U'l

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N Presidential News Pres. Obama Honors Memorv Ollibva Anacll Victims President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton walk back to their seats after speaking during the Transfer of Remains Ceremony, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, libya. WASHINGTON -PresiBarack Obama led c nation in a somber homeD: coming Friday for four Amer icans killed in a brazen attack z on a U.S. Consulate, as his c( election opponents argued they would have done a bet C 0 w ;:) ter job preventing crisis from erupting overseas. Pres. Obama watched inside an Andrews Air Force Base hangar as four transfer cases, each one covered with an American flag, were loaded into separate hearses. He vowed that the victims' sacrifice would not be forgot ten and that he would do everything to protect Ameri cans serving overseas. "We will bring to justice those who took them from us," Pres. Obama vowed. 1-i;: w > w c w Clown Blamed For Racist Joke About Michelle Obama At California Rodeo :r:: A racist joke at the expense First Lady Michelle m I'V'IliCU,aaR is sparking outrage, and finger pointing, in Cali Z fornia. And the offense is tij now being blamed on a .J clown .J An announcer at the Cre ston Classic Rodeo offended .J some in the audience Saturw z day when he made a racist i= about First Lady ffi Obama over the 0 c( c g: tu:auUll.l,!; 0 .J u.. "He was acting we were buying into his hionn ... and we weren't." Wllson said she heard a beside her say: 'Whoa! Racist or what?' According to Wilson, the told by the an went something First Lady Michelle Obama speaks on stage during day one of the Democratic National Convention at Time Warner Cable Arena on September 4, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina. like this: Playboy is offering Ann Romney $250,000 to pose in the magazine and the White House is upset about it because National Geographic only offered Michelle Obama $so to pose for them. "I can't speak for the board, but I myself think that this is unacceptable behavior or conduct by the an nouncer," said Mike Barrett, Creston Classic Rodeo board member. "I find it of fensive, and I think that it's conduct unbecoming the rodeo announcer." Now, the paper is report ing that the rodeo is blaming a clown for the incident, say ing it was rodeo clown Mike Hayhurst, who the rodeo says is not officially affiliated with their organization, and not Kutz, who made the joke. Good Newsl Pres. Obama Ahead II Romnev In Five Swing States After being polled follow ing the Democratic National Convention, residents in key battleground states favor President Barack Obama over leading GOP presiden tial nominee Mitt Romney. According to the most-re cent NBC/Wall St. JournalfMarist University poll, President Obama is leading Romney five to seven points in key swing states: In Florida Pres. Obama leads 49 percent to Romney's 43 percent; in Virginia, Pres. Obama leads 49 percent to Romneys 43 percent; and in New Hamp shire, a poll conducted by WMUR-TV shows President Obama leading 45 per cent to Romneys 40 PRES. BARACK OBAMA percent. Most notable and vitaho a presidential win is President Obama's reported lead in Ohio, where he leads Romney by seven points, so percent to 43 percent, respec tively. Pres. Obama Crams For Debates, Works On Being Concise CHICAGO On long flights to swing states in the West and late nights at the White House after his chil dren have gone to bed, President Barack Obama is cramming like a student for a test that could determine his political future. The subject? His oppo nent, Republican presiden tial nominee Mitt Romney. The test? His face-off with the former Massachusetts governor at their first one on-one debate next month. With the race still tight despite Pres. Obama's lead in the polls, the stakes are high for both men to per form well at the three de bates this fall and gain momentum toward sealing the November 6 election. Forced to juggle his gov erning and campaigning re sponsibilities, Pres. Obama is squeezing in de bate prep when he can. "We don't have the same luxury that Romney does in terms of time," Pres. Obama's chief campaign strategist David Axelrod said. New Ads Answers 'Are You Bener Olf Question With so days to go until Election Day, the Pres. Barack Obama re-election campaign has released an ad tackling the "are you better off now than you were four years ago" question/chal lenge put forward by the Mitt Romney camp. Remember right before the Democratic convention when Pres. Obama campaign of ficials and surrogates had a difficult time answering the question if Americans were better off than they were four years ago? Well over the weekend-on the fourth anniversary Lehman Brothers collapse the campaign went up with a new 6o-sec ond TV ad answering that question in the affirmative. "Here's where we were in 2008: 'The worst financial collapse since the Great Depression ... American workers were laid off in numbers not seen in over three decades.' And here's where you are today: 30 months of private sector job growth, creating 4.6 million new jobs. We' re not there yet. But the real question is: Whose plan is better for you?"

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f>irthda_y Greetings look Who'_ s Turning& 2Weeks Happy birthday. From your loving family and friends. We love you. A special thanks to her godmom, Ronese Hughes for being there at such a precious time. We love and miss you. ASH And KENDRA Sept. 20 AALIYAH sYears Happy birthday to my Princess. Mommy loves you baby. May God keep us together and safe all the days of our life. Love, from all of your family and friends. It's been 4 years and I'm still here for you, Muncbkin. Love always, Snoop. AH'MARI JO'VONNI SANDERS Sept, 20 Giving a big first birthday shout out to our son, Ah'Mari Look at me now, turning 1, with many more to come and with Je'vonni Sanders. We love our Iii' soldier. the blessing of God, I just won. ANGELO, JR. And ANGELO Thanks mommy and daddy!! FYI Sarcoidosis Support Group If you have Sarcoidosis or know anyone having the illness, join the Tampa Bay Sarcoidosis Support Group when they meet on Satur day, September 29, 2012; 46 p. m. at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Re freshments will be served. Our Militar.y Men & Women en :========::-1 Militarv Enlistees Complete Air Force Basic Training ..... Three young men who graduated from Hillsbor ough County high schools have now graduated from basic training in the U.S. Air Force. They recently partici pated in a graduation cere mony at Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio Texas. The airmen completed ari intensive, eight-week pro gram that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core val ues, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. They also earned four credits toward an Associate N in Applied Science Degree ., through the Community Colr lege of the Air Force. Airman Quoc T. Ly is c the son of Nga Nguyen, of l> Odessa. He graduated from Sickles High School in 2010. Z Airman Joseph T. Quarles graduated from m Tampa Bay Technical High School in 2011. He is the son c: of Mardric Quarles, of J= Tampa. m Airman Cori L. Santiago is the daughter of Den"'tJ nis Granger, of Odessa. She C: graduated from Sickles High School in 2008. en ::::t m c m < m ::rJ -< -t c: m C/) c )> z c ., :!! c Happy nth birthday, Lil Lo. Love, Dad and the family. For more information, call Megi Garrison (813) 785-0000. www.foceboolc.com/flsentinel www.twitter .com/flsentinelb

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CIO .,... a: w m Birthdav Honoree Celebrates With Familv And Friends Recently, family members and friends gathered at the home of Jarryd Reed. The occasion was to help him celebrate his birthday and to wish him well. (Pho tographs by Julia Jackson). w CJ) 0 CJ) w ::::: tAttorney Patricia Dawson, standing, is shown with Ms. Justina Cox, aunt of the birthday celebrant. Paul Roberts, Dr. Kandyce Baillou Cox, and Jastyn Cox enjoyed the festivities and wished Jarryd many more happy birthdays. Bernard Douglas was among those on band to help Jarryd celebrate. Sunday, September 23, 8:00 a.m. Pastor G. k. and St. Mary M.B. Church of WWW.FLSENTINEL.COM www.faceboolcom/Hsentinel www .twitter .corn/Rsen6nelb Banquet Held To Honor Pastor's 10th Anniversarv Reverend Dr. linda C. Reese has been pastor at Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church in Carver City for the past 10 years. To honor her dedication as a servant, the members hosted a banquet in the church's fellowship hall in her honor. (Photos by BRUNSON) Rev. Dr.linda C. Reese, pastor of Pilgrim Rest M. B. Church, with her chauffeur, Danny Green. Beverly Green stands next to the vintage car owned by Danny Green used to chauffeur Dr. Reese and guests. Mary Thornton and Estelle Vinson attended the banquet. Doris Sadler and Willie Mae Williams at the banquet for Rev. Dr. linda C.

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-. r .... USF's Learning Institute Despite aankruPicv, T H I 0 H Bakerv To Stav Open I OS pen ouse Duringthemid2000sthe thentheeconomyfailed.Last economy seemed to boom all week, Alessi filed Chapter 11 m The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of South Florida (OLLI-USF) will host its "Back to School" Fall Open House. The event will take place on Tuesday, September 18, at 9:30a.m. in the Tampa Museum of Art, 120 West Gasparilla Plaza, in down town Tampa. The Osher Institute pro motes quality academic pro gramming for senior adults and will offer over 8o "college type" courses, lectures, trips, and educational programs in over twenty venues through out the greater Tampa area. Many of the OLLI faculty FYI MAURICE .JACKSON Guest Speaker on October 5 teaching this fall term will be present at the Open House to discuss their classes. OLLI-USFwill offer a free lecture each Friday in the fall. Indiana FirDI Recalls Chicken Strip Products Last Friday, Serenade Foods, Inc a Milford, Ind., estab lishment, recalled approximately 2,250 pounds of crunchy chicken strip products. The company recalled the product be cause it may contain foreign materials, fragments of plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspec tion Service (FSIS) said. The following products are subject to recall: 7-lb cases containing 30-oz cartons of "Milford Valley Farms Crunchy Chieken Strips." The cartons bear the establishment number "P-2375" inside the USDA mark of inspection and the UPC code 0-7398132286-7. The products have a use by date of Jan. 17, 2014. The products were packaged on Jan. 17, 2012. They were shipped to a distributor in Lakeland, for further distribution. Several members of the com munity will serve as guest speakers. Next month, Maurice Jackson will be the guest speaker. His topic will be "Reflections of a Community Performing Artist. It will take place at the Centro Asturiano Ballroom, on October 5 The Open House is free, open to the public and all ages are welcome. To RSVP, leave a message at (813) 9748036. For more information, call Joseph R. McAuliffe at (813) 974-5166, or visit the OLLI web page www.usfse niors.org. Tuesdav Night BibleStudV Bible Study at Unity Mis sionary Baptist Church, 3111 Ybor St is at 7 p. m. on Tues days. Elder H. H. Hunt is the pastor. lllddlaton HIUh Class 011965 The Middleton High School Class of 1965 will hold its business meeting on Mon day, September 24, 2012, 6:30 p. m. at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Service Organization Holds First Field Trip Last week, members of the Men of Vision Service or ganization enjoyed their first field trip this academic year. The trip was made possible through donations to the or ganization. Ross Anderson, founder of Men of Vision said Mrs. Doretha Edgecomb Hillsborough County School Board member and members of the Jackson Heights Church of Christ made the' trip possible through donations. "We were able to take 16 young men to see the exhibit. We can talk about the arts and science, but they won't really understand until they see it. "These young men were able to see first-hand, not only the exhibition, but what MOSI has to offer. We still have young men in the com munity that have never been to MOSI," Anderson said. He further stated that teachers, administrators, and parents have to all work together to accomplish a common goal. "We have to work together to give our young men and women the experience, the exposure, and the opportunity to see what is out there other than sports." Anderson launched the first chapter of The Men of Vision Service organization at Sligh Middle School. Since that time, chapters have been organized at Van Buren Middle School, King High School, Hillsborough High School, Tampa Technical High school, Steinbrenner High School, and Mount Pleasant Charter School. LGV" .. 'lfltrlrwtles 11M T....,. Bay Area Communltt. To 11M Celebration Of 8eMc:e Dates: 8eptilmber 11th, Tbursdlly, Sept. 20th, Friday, Sept. 21st 7:30 p. m. 8undlly, Sept. 23, 2012 11 L m. .,.,. ,...,... to be a.,.,.. CB.EBRAJJON OF THE YEARII For more lnfonnlltlon: (813) M7..eas7 over the country and many in the U. S. Bankruptcy organizations expanded. Court. However, when the economy However, Alessi said 5I' crashed, many business ownnothing will change for his ers found themselves unable customers. None of his emto meet their financial obligaployees will face a layoff and tions. it will be business as usual. Phil's Cake Box Bakeries, Alessi said as the econInc., the parent company of omy worsened, his sales Alessi Bakery was no excepdropped and the company is tion. facing nearly $10 million in In 2007, Phil Alessi, debt. By filing bankruptcy, Sr., owner of Alessi Bakery, Alessi will have the opportuexpanded his business. And, nity to reorganize. Couple Who Founded Haitian School To Visit base. A Tampa couple founded a school near Port-au-Prince in 2004. However, they have never visited the school. In October, Gil and Bonnie Baillie plan to visit Haiti and the school, which is named Institut Classique de Montrouis. The school has 120 students in grades kindergarten to sixth, and is located at a church. The Baillies had been paying the balance of the costs. Baillie is a retired "TT manufacturer and Mrs. r Baillie is a retiree as well. They live in Carrollwood. 6 It was started with 12 stu dents and added a grade each year. The parents pay $1o a year for each child who at tends the school that teaches English and has a Christian After the tiny island was ,_ hit by four hurricanes and a devastating earthquake in January 2010, the school also z began providing me3ls for the m children. After having a fundraiser, c: others began making finan:= cial contributions to keep the school open. z THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION For Abundant Llf8 Ervtchment Church 4501 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa, FL I p.m. SAnJRDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012 $2,&00 and other prlz will be awarded to one conte8t entrant at the Celebration. Deadlne for contest entry for this event will be 12 midnight September 18th, 2012 For euciUone nd contMt entry .... ..,.. ......... compltMreelnwdoft MCI ,our video or c.ll407..,..2141. lend,._ ewnt illfoOcriiQpriiMIIve.coni or lnfoOalechurch.org. ., c: m r-c;; ::z: m c m < m -1 c: m en, c ,. z c "TT :!! c

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.,.. Progress Made In Preseninu Rouer's Park As National Historic Site BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer During his childhood, James Ranrecalls churning ice cream while is spread out a picnic feast at Roger's Park. Now as an adult, he has fought to sure the park, named for his lgr:andltather, G. D. Rogers, and its golf gets national historic status. During segregation, the park was the place where Blacks could enjoy pic family reunions and community-News wide gatherings. In the 1950s, the golf course was one of a few open to Blacks nationally, and the only one in Florida. Its original 9hole course was built by Black caddies and residents who came as with shovels and rakes to shape the tees, fairways and greens. The course was funded by several businessmen, in cluding Rogers. In 1951, then Mayor, Curtis Hixon, set aside land at the end of 30th Street as a park for Tampa's Black resi dents Hixon named the park to honor Rogers, a prominent Black business man who died that year. In July 2012, the Florida National Registry Review Board voted to nomi nate the original nine-hole course as a national historic landmark. The recommendation was forwarded to the Na. tional Park Service, and a favorable decision is anticipated. Almost four years ago, Roger's Park Golf Course was the first to be inducted into the National Black Golf Hall of Fame. It has also been nominated for the National Registry of Historic Places in a category oflocal significance based on historic events and its unique role as a golf course built by and for Blacks. Ransom said on behalf of his fam ily and the "Citizens Who Support Keeping Rogers Park Public," he says thank you. "The contribution made by the peo ple of Tampa has been significant, and their continued support would be greatly appreciated. "I think a step has been taken in the right direction for the future of Roger's Park Golf Course." c a: NAACP To Elect Nomination Comminee Members At Meeting Deadline Extended For Freedom Fund Award Nominations u.. c z c( BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will hold its General MemW bership Meeting for the month of Sep tember. The meeting will take place at > Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist a: Church, 4902 W. Nassau Street, on Thy.rsday, September 20th, at 7 p.m. W Reverend Linda Reese is the host c w :::z:: UJ ::J m :::::) 0.. pastor. The guest speaker for the monthly meeting is Dr. Susan D. Greenbaum, Anthropologist. Dr. Greenbaum is a professor in the Department of Anthropology, at the University of South Florida. Her research interests z ;:::: w include Community Development, :j Urban Ethnicity, Native American Poli:::l cies, Social Networks, Ethnohistory, and Neighborhood Revitalization, w During the meeting, the Nomination Committee for the 2012 Branch Elec !z tion of Officers and Executive CommitW Members-at Large, will also take : place. Those eligible to seek office must c been a member of the organization ii: in good standing as of April1, 2012. The g candidates must also live in or work in DR. SUSAN D. GREENBAUM Anthropologist Hillsborough County to participate The meeting is open to the public. Members of the community are urged to attend the meeting to discuss any is sues or concerns in their communities. Anyone wishing to obtain more in formation, about the meeting, or the election, is encouraged to contact the branch office at (813) 234-8683, or visit the website at www.hillsborou&h naacp.org, or at Facebook at Hillsborough NAACP. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will host its Annual Free dom Fund Dinner on October 18th. The organization has extended the deadline to nominate members of the community as recipients of the 2012 Freedom Fund Award. The deadline has been extended until Monday, Sep tember 24, 2012. This year, there will be two (2) spe cial categories of Awards. Members of the community are invited to partici pate in the selection process by sharing the reason the nominee should be selected. In one hundred (100) words or less, write about the person being nominated and why you think that person should be selected for the NAACP 2012Award. A total of 4 awards will be presented to the persons selected as the Living Bridges of the community. A Living Bridge is described as .. A volunteer, who, in your estimation, reaches across cultures, nationalities, races, ages, and genders to fonn a bridge to help people move from where MS. SPENCER they are towards the fulfillment of the American Dream. They are Living Bridges: Keeping America's Promise Alive." The organization will also present two awards Spiritual Leaders of the community. A Spiritual Leader is defined as A person who has made an exceptional contribution to affirming life's spiritual dimension, whether through insight, or practical works." The submission should include the name and the name and contact infor mation of the person being nominated. One person can be nominated for each category. After the selection process, the u.. ----------------------awardees will be announced in The 6lb Alnlal "Day of Pa1Q1)811111QJJ SlturUJ, O:ala' ar 20, 2012 I:.GD a.a-2:00 p.a. Unl......, are. eon...., c.t.r(UACC) 14013 221111 Shit, Tallpa, R. a12 FREE ADIIIIIOIRail llallait Requind rt. Ttlt Sci'ILUIBg..CUiaiWal, G ...... Blood...._.. .......... ...., ....... -..... ............. ... ............ ...., Space 1a llmlt\ed. ean Hoetld By: cf".,..., .. ,.._..;Family Join Us On ThursdaJ, September 20, 2012 6:30P.M. Enrichment Center, Inc. As We Celebrate 20 YeatS Of Setvice To Hillsborough County/ T1mpa Airport Hilton 2225 Lola Ave. Speaker: lucas Boyce Author, "Uvlng Proof: From the ..,., Howl to the MIA .. Special Tribute ,:'lMOII The Late Coach Freddie Solomon ij (His w 1dow Dee Solomon will be 1n attendance, Whit ..... !!!!Y p!I'IOR know ... chiAc:W? Chlrac:tltr Is men thM tllk. Talant Is I gift, but chlncttr Is I cllolc:e. Cllallc:ter brtnp lasting .......... people. "lAiadlrl CIMOt rise above the lllnitatloM of their c:haader. the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and on the Hillsborough County NAACP Website at www.hillsborough -naac.p.org. The actual awards will be presented at the Freedom Fund Dinner, Thursday, Octo ber 18, 2012. The event is being held at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 4500 W. Cypress Street. All nominations should be submitted to Ms. Pat Spencer no later than Mon day, September 24, 2012; mail to the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, 308 E Dr. M L. King, Jr., Blvq., Suite "C", Tampa, FL 33603, Attn: Pat Spencer, or email her at pspenfla@aol.com. For more information contact Ms. Spencer at (813) 205-3834

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Local Foster Elementarv Receives New Plav Area Students at Stephen Foster Elementary School have a new covered play area at their school. The Glazer Family Foundation donated $2o,ooo to the school to pay for the installation of a sail type covered play area. The play zone is referred to as "The Buccaneers Fitness Zone." The new area blocks sun exposure, allowing the students to be physically active outside. Last Tuesday, the ribboncutting ceremony to officially open the Buccaneers Fitness Zone took place at the school. In addition to school district officials and students, several Tampa Bay Buccaneer football players were on hand for the event. The students also had an opportunity to meet the cheerleaders and "Captain Fear." (Photographs by Julia Jackson and Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Mrs. Doretha Edgecomb, Hillsborough County School Board member and Anthony Satchel, Hillsborough County School District Area 7 Director, attended the event. Will Collins, left, Tampa Bay Buccaneer Dekoda Watson, and Elonda Gibbs were happy the children were having a great time. Captain Fear, center, is flanked by two Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders. Lillie Aikens and Zarria Harvey demonstrated their support for the Dues. Student Janicia Jordon was the soloist for the event. Lavonte David, wearing #54, is shown talking with one of the students. Fonita Brown, a student at Foster Elementary, wore her Dues tee shirt as she gave some pointers to the crowd. Due's Mike Williams gave a few pointers to one of the students. The students looked on as LeGarrette Blount, #27, demonstrated some moves with the ball. Prevention & Educat i Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Real ) Available *Patient Relaxation Ci) m ...... ......

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Entertainment T.D. Jakes' Daughter Asks For Praver Amid Divorce Fro11 NFL Plaver :E w Sarah D. t: Henson, the w daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes, is seek0 en w ::::) .... ing prayers as she plans on SARAH D. going through HENSON with her divorce from hus-band of 4 years, NFL linE_! backer Robert Henson. Sarah, who leads the Women's Ministry at The Potter's House in Dallas, opened up via her website about her decision to move on from her strained marriage. Comedian D.l. Huahlev Calls lope Fiasco 'Dumb' For Not Voting D.L. HUGHLEY vs. LUPE FIASCO Lupe Fiasco has been vocal about his lack of faith in our political system, and President Obama, but according to comedian o D.L. Hughley the rapper's a: disposition is dangerous. u. Fiasco, who has taken the commander-in-chief to c( task on more than one occa 0 en sion, and announced that he has no plans of voting in the forthcoming election. In the eyes of Hughley, Fiasco has a lot to learn. "He's bright as hell, but dumb in the weight of the world," he said in an inter view. "Young Black men are going to listen to him. They are the ones who have deci sions made for them, [deci sions] that they are not even involved in, which is : silly to me. You can't go through life and not be a participant, and hope things work out for your benefit When you vote or not vote, you are saying yes or no. w ::::) .... w > w Webbie Arrested For Alleged Banerv And Robberv 0 w l: en ::::i CD ::::) ll. Gucci Mane may have pushed a woman out of a moving vehicle, but Webbie may be coming WEEBIE for his title. z w ..J ..J ::::) CD The rapper was arrested for battery and robbery after he allegedly kicked a woman irl down a flight of stairs, then Z jacked her for $340. Webbie has been accused z W of attacking the woman inen side hotel in Baton Rouge, C La. He reportedly entered a: the hotel after being banned 0 ..J u. from the location. After pushing her, he grabbed the money out of her purse and kept it moving. According to his rep, Webbie-born Webster. Gradney Jr. met the woman one night earlier at a party. He maintains that he never attacked or stole from her. Although he did take the money, his people assert that he was merely taking back the money that the woman stole from him. He has since been released on $9,000 bond, and plans to fight the allegations. Juvenile Pleads 'Nat GUIIIJ' Tl Hatel BraWl Shortly after reuniting with Lil Wayne, last month at LIV night club in Miami, was arrested for disorderly conduct during a brawl that occurred at the hotel. Juvenile plead "not guilty" to disorderly conduct after his arrest. Security said that people involved in the fight were "creating a threat to life and property and the safety of the patrons inside." Brawn's Albums vandaliZed Several copies of Chris Brown's Fortune album have been labeled with a sticker say ing "WARNINGCHRIS Do not buy this BROWN album! This man beats women" in HMV stores in London. The act of vandalism is in reference to the violent as sault Brown made on his former girlfriend, pop star Rihanna, three years ago. DMI savs Drake Is Dishanarinu Aallvah DMX is once again making it clear that he is not a fan of Drake. He previ-DMX And ously comAALIYAH pared the young rapper to a washing machine because, according to the veteran artist, all of Drake's songs sound the same. In a recent interview, DMX said that the Lil Wayne protege has dis honored the late Aaliyah's name by making her new album Posthumous and not including the artists that she is best known for collaborat ing with. zoe Saldana Is Not 'Dark Enough' For Bionic Ever since it was an nounced that "Avatar" star Zoe Saldana had been tapped to play jazz/blues/folk singer and activist Nina Simon, there has been sizable backlash from the Simone family. Why, because Saldana is deemed too light for the role, according to reports. Last month it was an nounced that Dominican Puerto Rican actress Saldana was chosen to play Simone in a biopic about her life by writer and director ZOE SALDANA And ZOE SALDANA Cynthia Mort and execu tive producer Jimmy Iovine. While the lead role in the jazz icon's life is a sure win for Saldana, family members and bloggers be lieve it is a loss for Simone and her legacy. Usher's h-Wite Denied Retrial In Child custodv Banle Tameka Foster was de nied a retrial in her child cus tody battle with her ex-husband and superstar entertainer, Usher. But, according to reports, Foster is not giving up. She plans to appeal the judge's ruling. Foster filed documents earlier this month appealing a ruling that granted Usher primary custody because she felt the judge was biased beUSHERvs. TAMEKA FOSTER cause she received campaign money from Usher's lawyer. Happv Birthdav, Tvler Perrv Love him or hate him on e thing that cannot be debated about director, actor, screen writer, and playwright Tyler Perry is that he s without a doubt one of entertainment's biggest success stories. Will ing himself from a high school dropout to Hollywood darling, Perry's story began 43 years ago as the movie and 'IV mogul celebrates his birthday. Born Emmitt Perry, Jr., he and 2 siblings lived with his father and mother, in TYLER PERRY New Orleans. Since Perry endured a tough childhood as a result of beatings from his father Perry legally changed his name to Tyler in order to separate himself from his past. Tinv looking For New location After Salon Destroved Bv Fire Unfortunately, one ofT.I. and his wife, Tiny's hustles seems to be a wrap, tem porarily. Almost two weeks ago (September 3rd), there was a fire at Tiny Cottle's nail salon, called Tiny's Nail Bar, in Stockbridge, GA. There was so much damage that the shop will be shutting down permanently. Tiny claims her nail salon was SORA VAG ED by a mas sive fire ... she's closing up shop for goo4. According to her lawyer, the fire that torched Tiny's TINY And T.I. Nail Bar caused $50,000 in damage ... destroying custom furniture and irreplaceable property.

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------..4 Tampa Bav Tech Wins Fundraiser For Deceased Coach 14-1 Against King In A fundraiser for the family of the late Allen Hicks, Sr. was held on the Senior Field of the Belmont Heights Little League. Allen Hicks, Sr., a former softball coach at Middleton High m High School Matchup the Belmont Heights Little League, died suddenly. (Photos by Frederick ::u On September 7th, the Tampa Bay Technical High School Football Team walked away with a victory of King High School. The Titans won the game with 14-0. Although the King Lions mounted some comebacks, their effort was not enough to get them on the scoreboard. (Photographs by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). The Tampa Bay Technical High School Titans blanked King with a 14-0 victory. Tampa Bay Technical High School Varsity Cheerleaders kept the cheers coming for their team. Members of the Tampa Bay Tech "Gems," posed with their flags before the half-time show. On the first row are Janee' McGilvery and Whitney Desormo. Shown on the second row are Alexandria Rodriguez, Taylor Burnett, A'Leshia Campbell, Julian Sinkler, Sydni Wdson, and Amy Hughes. Jantie, Galyn, Tanyn, China, Tayla, Ty, and Jasmyne were on hand to cheer Tampa Bay Tech on to victory! Boyz in the Hood: Theo King, Dwayne Sanders, Tyrone Robinson, Leroy Weston, Remer Mcintyre, Ronnie Johnson, Roosevelt Lawrence, Mondo Lark, Nunae Worth, Derek Grahams, Lozaro Orlando Vedal, Velez Rodriguez and Joe Nix. Q Some of the participants were: Willie, Mike S., Fred, Gary, Mike, Fludd, Jason, James, m Anthony, Gary, Jr. and Low. w

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Bucslose Against Giants GREG SCHIANO The Tampa Bay Buccaneers came into MetLife Stadium Sunday prepared to hand the New York Giants their second loss. They had a great game plan, and even led by two touch downs at one point. But, another heroic effort by Eli Manning in the > fourth quarter preserved a 41-34 victory, leaving both teams with 1-1 records. Manning finished the afternoon with 510 yards c( passing, 243 of them com ing in the fourth quarter. c The game was won with a 2f3 yard running score by :::;) Andre Brown with 31 sec1onds left in the game. The Giants had two receivers, Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz, with nearly 200 yards in recep tions. Throughout the game, Nicks repeatedly victimized cornerback Aqib Talib, drawing a penalty call, and scoring a touchdown. Josh Freeman finished 15 of 28 for 243 yards and two touchdowns. After the Bucs took a 27-13 lead in the second half, the game turned into a war of attrition. Newly acquired cornerback, Eric Wright, returned an interception 6o yards for a touchdown, newly acquired wide receiver, Vincent Jackson, caught a touchdown pass, and Mike Williams caught a touc hdown pass. Also, rookie running back Doug Martin scored his first NFL touchdown. Next for the Bucs will be a road trip to Arlington, Texas to face the Cowboys before they return home to host the Washington Redskins and rookie sensation, Robert Griffin, III. The game concluded with Giants head coach, Tom Coughlin greeting Bucs head coach, Greg Schiano, in the middle of the field, and letting him have an ear full after the Bucs knocked Eli Manning down as he attempted to take a knee to end the game. Tennis Superstar Seen In Romantic Embrace With COach SERENA WILUAMS And PATRICK MOURATOGLOU After wining Wimbledon, kicking butt at the Olympic Games in London and win ning a close one at the U.S. Open, tennis legend Serena Williams certain ly deserves a little relax ation. According to reports she has been spending of that R & R with her tennis coach in oo::t France. ..... This week, she was seen with Patrick Mourat oglou in the town of Valbonne. The pair were spotted getting very cozy on the streets of the French town, as they dined out and stood cheek-to-cheek while peer ing at listings in the window of a realtors office. Williams was spotted with her hand in the back pocket of Mouratoglou's trousers in a comfortable gesture that shows their relationship could be more than just professional. b-Piaver lmlstld For Slrallllnglls BlbV'SMOID ANTONIO BRYANT Former NFL wide receiver Antonio Bryant was cuffed last Tuesday morning after he turned himself in follow ing an arrest warrant that was issued for accusations of alleged domestic violence towards his baby's mom last April. Bryant was charged with domestic battery by strangu lation, domestic violence and culpable negligence against the mother of his child, former girlfriend, Dianne Heine. The battling duo, who are in the throes of a paternity suit, reportedly got into a verbal tug-of-war on April1o that went up a notch after Bryant allegedly pushed Heine in the face. The 6'2, 205-plus pounder allegedly began to pummel Heine and eventually grabbed her neck, all while she was holding their young child. Vlcll Rallies Eagles For lata 24-23 Win over Ravens MICHAEL VICK PHILADELPHIA Michael Vick threw two more interceptions, LeSean McCoy lost another fumble and the offense squandered three chances inside the red zone. All that added up to another comeback win for the Philadelphia Eagles Vick scored on a 1-yard TD run with 1:55 left, helping the Eagles overcome a slew of turnovers to beat the Baltimore Ravens 24-23 on Sunday. Going into the fourth quarter, I felt confident," Vick said. Obviously I'm saying to myself, 'Here we go again.' You never know how it's going to pan out or what the outcome is going to be. You just look at your teammates. You look at your coaches, the people who depend on you, obviously we're home and the crowd. You just want to get it done." 50 Cent Mannv Pacquiao To Form Joint Boxing Venture Hip-hop mogul, 50 Cent and boxing great, Manny Pacquiao are joining forces to create a boxing promotion entrepreneurial venture, according to sources. Last July, 50 Cent created boxing promotions company, The Money Team (TMT), but recently, news surfaced that the TMT venture fizzled and that the fighters signed to the company (Celetino Caballero, Andre Dirrell, Yuriorkis Gamboa, and Billy Dibb) would be taken over by Mayweather Promotions, owned by boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather. Pacquiao's adviser, Michael Koncz, said that Mayweather has now been taken out of the entrepreneurial equation and MANNY PACQUUIAO And so CENT that the business deal currently involves only 50 Cent and his client. Those close to 50 Cent and Mayweather now say that their relationship is strained. So 50 Cent has reportedly gone on to launch his partnership with the man who was once destined to fight his former friend. Derrick Rose Breaks Down over Chicago Gang Violence DERRICK ROSE There may not be a more unfiltered and passionate NBA player than Chicago Bulls standout point guard Derrick Rose. Hailing from the tough Englewood neighborhood, where many young Black men have per ished due to gang violence, Rose remains a humble individual despite his lofty achievements. During an Adidas prod uct launch that doubled as an inside peek to Rose getting ready to make his return to the court, the Windy City native displayed raw emotion as he was introduced during the event. As the event's host turned to the player to ask him all the adoration affects him and announcing the new "D Rose 3 shoe, Rose became choked up, but not without getting his words out. Derrick Rose at the launch event: It's truly a blessing, man With all of this stuff that's going on in this city a kid from Englewood got something positive going on. That makes me feel so good, m i m. This shoe is great, all this is great. But this, I can't explain this ... I can t. I went through so much. To have like true fans, that means a lot to me. And I know it means, a lot to my family because we ain't supposed to be here ... at all. But God made a way. This is truly unreal.

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........... ..... Sports For Muhammad Ali, 1 Liberti Medal In Phillv Former boxing champion Muhammad Ali (C) waves to the crowd after being presented with the 2012 Liberty Medal, along side with his daughter Lalla Ali (L), wife Lonnie Ali (2nd L), sister-in-law Marilyn Williams (Center R), and U.S. Olympic Gold Medalists Clarissa Shields (2nd R) and Susan Francia (R) during a ceremony at the National Constitution Center on Independence Mall on September 13, 2012 in Historic Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The National Constitution Center's 2012 Liberty Medal ceremony recognized Muhammad Ali as a champion of freedom and a living embodiment of the Constitution who exemplifies everything the award was established to honor. LeBron James Changing Agents, Will Be Repped Bv Childhood Friend LEBRON JAMES Paul is one of the R s in LRMR, the marketing agency that Lebron James formed several years ago with three of his Akron buddies. Paul recently got into the agent business (he repre sents Tristan Thompson, J onny Flynn and Cory Joseph) and was apprenticing under James' former agent, Leon Rose, at Creative Artists Agency. This marks the second time that James has changed representatives. He entered the league in 2003 with Aaron Goodwin as his agent before switching to Rose in 'os. takers: Howard Won't Be Readv For Stan 01 Training Camp DWIGHT HOWARD LOS ANGELES -Dwight Howard won't finish his rehabilitation from back surgery in time for the start of the Los Angeles Lakers train ing camp or their first preseason game next month. The Lakers provided an update on the newly acquired center's condition on their website Thursday night, con firming their long anticipated decision to take it easy in Howard's return from spinal surgery The team doesn t intend to announce a timetable for Howard's recovery but says he won t participate in the start of training camp on Oct. 2, or the preseason opener in Fresno five days later. The six-time All-Star has said he hopes to be ready for the start of the regular season Oct. jo, but the team isn't speculating. Man Barnes SignsWD Clippers MATIBARNFS LOS ANGELES -The Los Angeles Clippers have signed veteran forward' Matt Barnes. The Clippers announced the deal Friday with the nine-year NBA veteran who spent the past two seasons down the hall at Staples Center with the Lakers. Barnes begins his second stint with the Clippers after playing 38 games for the club during the 2003-04 season. The well-traveled UCLA product has played for eight NBA teams, including all four California franchises. FAMU Football TeamPiav Without Marching Band ROBERT CHAMJ>ION This past weekend, the Florida A & M University football team played its first home game. The FAMU Rattlers racked up a 44-20 win over the Hampton University Pirates, but without the famous band. The band is currently under suspension in connection with the hazing death of Robert Champion last November. It has been suspended for the entire academic year, and twelve of its former members have been charged in connection with Champion' s death. The F AMU Marching 100 is world renowned, and its members have played at Super Bowls and even trav eled to foreign countries to perform. This is the first time in the school's history that the entire band has been suspended. -1 c ap&UTY UNUMII ED SAMA Returning with a face you've seen before and demanded to see again, Sama returns in full force. This young lady stands 5'8" tall; and her hobbies are swimming, dancing, going to the gym, and entertaining her friends. In the future, Sarna wants to be a suc cessful businesswoman, and take after her dad while experiencing all cultures world wide. Her philosophy of life is: "Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them that despitefully use you and persecute you." The man in Sarna's life must be very successful and preferably over 6 feet tall. Congratulations to Sama 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 infonnation to tclark@flsentjnel.com m en c en m -1 m 3: m m :::D ..a. 01) ..a. N ., r 0 :!! 0 )> en m z :::t z m r m c r r m :::t z c m r Cii :::z:: m 0 m < m :::D < -1 c m en 0 )> z 0 ., :!! 0

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MR. RAY JERRELL HICKS A memorial service will be held for Mr. Hicks on Thursday, September 20, 2012, from 7-8:oo p. m. at the LifePath Hospice House, 11125 N. 52nd Street, Temple Terrace, FL. The viewing/wake will be held on Friday, September 21, 2012, from 6:30-8:00 p. m. at Shiloh M. B. Church, 343 "D" St., Lake Wales, FL. C The funeral service will Q2 take place on Saturday, Sep tember 22, 2012, at 11:00 a. C m. at Shiloh, as well. z A military burial service c( will be held Monday, Septem>her 24, 2012, at 10:00 a. m. at C( The Florida National Ceme C tery, Bushnell, FL. f3 Arrangements are en-trusted to Epps Memorial Funeral Home, 445 S. 4th Street, Lake Wales, FL, 33853-3775. The number is (863) 679-3777, fax No. (863) 679-3778, website, www.ep,psmemorial funeralhQJDe.com. Floral can be made through Blooming Gifts Florist, 201 Dr. Martin Luther King, Lake Wales, FL, 33853. ::::) The number is (863) 676D.. 0727 z i= m W..wt. ...... FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Ia Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 {800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 -.wilson-funeralhome.com MR. ALBERT SIMS DYSON, SR. A memorial service for Mr. Albert Sims Dyson, Sr., of Tampa, who passed away on Monday, September 10,2012, will be held on Friday, Sep tember 21, 2012, at the Plantation Club House, 11380 Brookgreen Dr., Tampa, 33624, at 6:30 p. m. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Queen Esther Dyson Allen and James E. Dyson, Sr.; daughter, Tanisha Dyson; and sister-in-law, Christina J. Reed. Albert was born on February 19, 1945, in Tampa. He graduated from Middleton Sr. High School, class of 1964. He leaves to cherish his memories: a loving wife, Angie Gomes Dyson; his children, Dyani Dyson, Albert Sims Dyson, ll (Karrie), and Courtney Allyn Dyson, all of Tampa; grandchildren, Siob han, L'maia, Trevor, Anthony, Aliana and Alejandro, all of Tampa; mother-in-law, Evil Gomes, Tampa; father-in-law, Everett (Shirley) Gomes, New Bedford, MA; sisters-in-law, Anita Gomes Stewart (James), Kansas City, MO, and Linda Gomes, Tampa; brothers-inlaw, Everett M. Gomes (Rhonda), Providence, RI, and Brian Gomes, Brookline, MA; brother, Sgt. Major James E. Dyson, Jr. (Mary), Montgomery, AL; sisters, Joyce D. Hill (Edmund) and Esther Allen-Lewis (Jimmie), all of Tampa; nieces, LaSaundra Dyson, Montgomery, AL, Cilinda Hill, LaTonya AllenPittman (Clifford), and Aisha Allen, all of Tampa, and Kory L. Reed, Providence, RI, and Taryn M. Huggins (Will), Philadelphia, P A; nephews, Edmund C. Hill, Jr., Tampa, Keith Dyson, Conberse, Texas, De' Andrea Dyson (Kimberly), Anger, North Carolina, Darry Hill (Sheryl), Ronald Roberts, David B. Allen, Tampa, Marcus A. Gomes (Esther), and Michael C. Gomes, Providence, RI; 21 grand nieces and nephews and 6o great grand nieces and nephews; and a host of loving cousins, family and friends. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in his name to James A. Haley Veterans Hospital. IN MEMORIAM ABEl RINEIII.IOME Janson Bowick, Tampa. 11ms FUNERAl HOME Mr. Rene Calvin Allen, Sr. of Tampa. HARMON FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Carolyn Louis, Tampa. Mrs. Naomi Mitchell, Plant City,FL. JAMES KELLY, SR. Remembering you on your birthday. We will always love you. You will always be loved and missed by us. Your family, the Kellys. Local Councilwoman Proposes Citv Pursue Foreign Investors BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staft'Writer City Councilwoman, Yvonne "Y olie" Cap in has proposed making Tampa a magnet for deep pocketed foreigners to invest their money with the hope ofluringjob creating investments to the city. Councilwoman Capin has proposed making Tampa a regional center under the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' EB-5 Program that offers foreign citizens visas if they create job by investing $5oo,ooo or more into Ameri can businesses. Councilwoman Capin said this proposal is for the for eign investors who come to this country either to seek business opportunities, or to get their children educated. "What I like about this pro posal is under EB-5, they must create jobs and they have to be permanent jobs. These jobs have a tendency to expand and create even more jobs and it's perfect for the economically deprived areas of the city. "This has to work, and our job is to make sure the project is a project." Councilwoman Capin said when the city applies for EB-5, Citizen and Immigration Services has a huge list of potential projects. "We can go in, and help those businesses create jobs. The African American commuCOUNCILWOMAN YVONNE "YOLIE" CAPIN nity is very much involved in this, and the EB-5 will benefit everyone. There are successful models already operating in several major cities. "Without the job creation part, everything fails. Job creation is a must." Councilwoman Capin said she was happy that EB-5 passed this past week in the House and Senate, and has been renewed through 2015. "In Tampa, you can go pub lic or private with EB-5. "We have a task force that will be coming back to us in January 2013 to report on a fact-finding mission as to how this is set up in other Councilwoman Capin said she's worked on this proposal for a year and did a lot of research. "It's important for everyone to let their Council representatives know that they think this is a good idea: "I've considered attending some churches in the area to spread the word about this, and I will be happy to come to your community meetings or other groups to discuss this ini tiative." Mrs. Dorothy Russ-Newton, Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Ms. Tiffany Albury, Tampa. Mr. Michael lvey, Tampa. Ms. Terrance Lewis, Tampa. Mr. Henry Martin, Tampa. Ms. Brenda Nunn, Tampa. mNE'S MEMORW FUNERAl HOME Cecil Ingram, Tampa. Nereida Pieretti, Tampa. WILSIN RINUII.I E Ms. Ruby Gholston, Tampa. Mr. Perry C. Harvey, Jr., Tampa. Ms. Marcella L. Holman, Brandon, FL. Mrs. Patricia Johnson, Tampa. Mr. Rickey S. Ligons, Tantpa. Mr. Rudolph Logan, Tampa. Ms. Sabrina Meadows, Tampa. Ms. Clara Wynn, Tampa.

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-.----.. --........ ---... ...... ----................. .. ... ----..... --.... ...... ........... ... ...... ...... ... ... .... .. ... .......... Hubbv Alleuedlv Shoots Wile So She Wouldn't Be Deoloved overseas BOSSIER CITY, La. -A woman trying to avoid an Air Force deployment to Asia had her husband shoot her before lying to investigators that an intruder was to blame, Bossier City police said. Mark Natale, a police spokesman, said Staff Sgt. Judy Groomes, 25, was treated for wounds on both of her legs from one round from a handgun fired by her husband, Staff Sgt. Chris to p h e r Tyquan Groomes, 26. Both are active GROOMES military based at nearby Barksdale Air Force Base. Teen Charged With Manslaughter For leaving 4-Year-Oid In Sweltering suv PARIS WARD And JORDAN COLEMAN CORAL SPRINGS, FL Daycare worker Paris Ward has been charged with aggra vated manslaughter in the death of 4-year-old Jordan Coleman, who was under her care when she allegedly left him sleeping in a swelter ing SUV last month The child's body tempera ture rose to a fatal108 degrees when he was rushed to a Coral Springs., Fla., hospital, where he was pronounced dead as a result of hypothermia. According to the arrest re port, Ward was asked by the owner, Cecily Roberts, of the 3 C s Daycare Academy fo drive seven young children to her friend s apartment be cause she was past her capac ity as per state guidelines The day care, which has previ ously been cited and has a his tory of problems over safety concerns, has been shut down. 3-Year-Oid Helps Save Aunt's life After She Passes Out From Seizure WILMINGTON, DE Most three-year-old boys would panic if they saw their aunt collapse to the ground from a seizure. But not Ty rone Copeland of Wilming ton, Delaware. The little superhero knew exactly what to do when his aunt passed out in a public park in Wilmington. "Her got hurt and they took her to the hospital," Ty rone said. The little tot ran through the park, crossed a local street and approached two strangers to tell them about his aunt's condition. He is just amazing be cause he knew his name, he knew his address, and he told us concisely what was wrong apd where to go," said Paula TYRONE COPELAND Thomas. Thomas and another friend were outside of their home when Copeland came asking for their help "His exact words were 'she was laying there and she'd had a seizure and her mouth was closed, and she didn't open her eyes and she wasn't moving," Thomas explained. Alleged Rapist Sentenced To99Years ERIC MCGOWEN UBERTY, Texas -A man who was a fugitive for nearly two weeks after fleeing his trial a day before being con victed in the repeated group sexual assault of an 11-year old Southeast Texas girl was told by a judge Thursday that he would spend nearly the next century in prison. Eric McGowen was for mally sentenced to 99 years in prison without parole during a hearing in the same court room from which he had fled. He will now be transferred to the Texas prison system. Clark Atlanta Universitv Ranks worst In Student Debt The US News & World Report recently did an analysis of colleges and universities where students graduated with the least and the most amounts of debt debt Clark Atlanta University ranks at the top of schools where students exit with most debt. This finding is perhaps no surprising, since 94 percent of students borrow money to at tend the HBCU. The average debt of a 2011 Clark Atlanta graduate is a whopping $47,066. That could easily cripple someone with a well paying job. The report calculated the average debt of graduating students, the percent of stu dents who borrowed and their U.S. News National Universi:: ties rank. On a more positive note, Howard University was ranked sixth on the list of col leges or universities with stu dents graduating with the least debt at an average of $15,080. Anti-Islam Filmmaker: 1 Won't Return To Besieged Home en m "tJ -t m :s::: a:J m ::rJ LOS ANGELES, CA A Southern California film maker linked to an anti-Is lamic movie inflaming protests across the Middle East was interviewed on Sat urday at a Los Angeles sheriffs station and afterward decided not to return to his home possibly heading into hiding, authorities said. officers for about half an ....... hour at the station shortly N after 12 a.m. in his homeg Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, 55, was inter viewed by federal probation town of Cerritos, California, said Steve Whitmore, spokesman for the Los Ange les County sheriffs depart ment. After that, deputies dropped Nakoula off at an undisclosed location. "He is gone. We don't know where he went, Whit more said. "He sajd he is not Florida Will Privatize Nearlv 3,000 Prison Jobs 1\) TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Florida is moving ahead with a plan to privatize nearly 3,000 jobs in the state's priwhether the state's Legisla tive Budget Commission ., could legally approve the b sons. A legislative panel on Wednesday approved a pro posal by the administration of Gov. Rick Scott to spend nearly $58 million in order to privatize prison health care operations by January. The issue divided the panel with Democrats questioning the record of the private com panies and questioning move. But the Florida Depart ment of Cot:rections contends it can move ahead with the privatization plan without ap proval of the full Legislature. Prison officials say privatiz ing health care operations for nearly 100,000 inmates will save the state money. 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Crime a: w m ::::!E w ID.. Suit Alleges OHicials lied To Woman About Accused Killer RALPH WRIGHT, JR. According to a lawsuit, a former MacDill Air Force Base sergeant awaiting trial on first-degree murder charges worked as base security despite two failed jobs in civilian law enforce ment. A wrongful death suit was filed Thursday by the estate of Paula O'Conner and her 15-month-old son, Alijah, against the government and O'Conner's alleged lover and killer former Air Force Sergeant, Ralph Daniel Wright, Jr. Wright, 44, is awaiting a: trial in Pinellas County for LL the 2007 strangulation death of O'Conner and ct Alijah, whose bodies were found in O'Conner's home. o Wright fell under suspi m cion after police learned O'Conner had sued him for 1paternity and said on a web-site she created that he denied responsibility for the w child. The suit alleges the Air J: Force did not adequately investigate Wright's back ....1 m a.. z i= w ..... ..... m ..... w z i= z w (/) ct 0 a: 0 ..... LL Paula O'Conner with her son, Alijah. ground before assigning him to a military police job at MacDill, and as a result, did not know he had lost two earlier law enforcement jobs. One of those jobs was as a deputy with the Orange County Sheriffs Office. The lawsuit also says MacDill personnel misled O'Conner. about Wright's whereabouts as she tried to get financial help from him for Alijah, first when she was pregnant and after she gave birth in 2006. Alijah, which she said Wright fathered, was born in poor health and required thousands of dollars in medical care. Wright reportedly denied the child was his and refused to help O'Conner. In July 2007, Wright was arrested in Palatka, Florida on two counts of first-degree murder after O'Conner and Alijah were found strangled to death. DNA evidence connected Wright to the crime. 221-1800 ro ,... 14&7 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The h1nng of ala.;,er san mpor:a! dcc,sc' thJ! shoul: te soe, "oon ad.et ser1ents Be'oe )O dec ce ask "s to se"d ,c. FREE ..... ttcn '"'O"'la! o a:o.t qua 'ca J,c exoe e":c FormerBuc, suonsTalk Radio Host Arrested IAN BECKLES Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer offensive lineman and current co-host of a sports talk radio show on WDAE-AM, Ian Beckles, was arrested Thursday for disorderly intoxication after he reportedly ignored orders to follow traffic sig nals and leave police horses alone. Beckles, 45, was arrest ed at 11 p. m. near Jannus Live downtown. Police said they were directing traffic as a crowd left the Citizen Cope concert and spotted Beckles walking into traffic. Beckles was booked into the Pinellas County Jail where he stayed briefly before being released on a $1oo bond. Detectives Ask For Help In ldendtvlnu Robberv suspects Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office detectives are trying to identify two men seen in a surveillance video. On Thursday at 11:14 p. m., deputies said two armed men entered the Internet Cafe at 13992 West Hillsborough Avenue and walked behind the counter. The suspects reportedly demanded money and later fled to the rear of the busi ness. The suspects are described as Black males, 22 to 29 years old, s'7' tall, and last seen in a possible late 1990's sedan type vehi cle. Stripper Convicted After Spending Checks For Plastic Surgerv An exotic dancer who has been accused of spending more than $24,000 worth of federal-aid on plastic surgery has been sentenced on an earlier conviction of food stamp fraud. Brenda Charlestain was sentenced on Thursday to 1112 years in federal prison for her crimes Charlestain, 28, of Green Acres, Fla., testified during her sentencing that the $9,187 worth of cosmet ic enhancements, the $1,100 sound system, and other expensive items were gifts from men she met as a dancer at strip clubs in West Palm Beach and Miami. During the years she received food stamps, March 2010 to June 2012, Charlestain received $900 to $1,100 in aid per month. She said that she was home less and struggling to make ends meet when she applied for aid. Though, during her trial, Charlestain admitBRENDA CHARLESTAIN ted that she earned more than $8s,ooo in tips in one year while she was collect ing aid. Earlier this year, she was of providing a weapon to a felon, her hus band, Josny Charlestain, in addition to food stamp fraud. The south Florida strip per has to surrender to fed eral authorities by Nov. 30 and repay the $23, 965 worth of food stamps she received. Imprisoned Convicted Killer Dies 01 Flesh Eating Bacteria RobertJ. Turner, a convicted murderer serving 40 years in prison for a killing a man during a 1998 home evasion, died of the flesh-eating bacteria in Chicago, the Chicago Tribune reports. Turner died at the University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago's intensive care unit after being transferred there Wednesday. He was on a medical furlough from the Dixon Correctional Center and being treated for a number of health issues. The Tribune reports that Turner died of ecrotizing fasciitis more commonly called the flesh-eating bacteria -and sepsis and his death was ruled natural, according to the medical examiner's office." Turner was 18 when he and two other men were charged with the shooting death of Derek Miles, 18. Though, flesh-eating bac teria is deadly if untreated, death can be avoided in many cases if quickly treat ed with strong antibiotics by a medical professional, according to the Center For Disease Control.

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-1 c: m en c !< en m :!1 m m m :::D IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 12-12831 DIVISION: A-P DAVID L. MURLEY Petitioner and YOANNAYS LABRADA-JIMENEZ Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (NO CHILD OR FINANCIAL SUPPORT) TO: YOANNAYS LABRADA-JIMENEZ ADDRESS UNKNOWN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for D i ssolution of Marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your' wr i tten defenses, if any, to i t on David L. Murley, whose address i s 4313 Wallace Circle. Tampa. Florida 33611, on or before October 22. 2012, and file the ori g inal w ith Clerk of thi s Court, at 800 E Twi ggs Street Room 101, Tampa, Florida 33602 or P.O. Box 3450, Tampa, Florida 33601-4358 before service on Petitioner or immedi ately thereafter If you fall to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the Petition. This action i s ask ing the court to decide how the following real or personal property should be divided : None Copies of all court documents In this case, Including orders, are available at the clerk of the Circuit Court's Office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of y9ur current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915). Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, Including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated : September 12.2012 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: SHERIKA VIRGIL DEPUTY CLERK Development Opportunity in Tampa, Florida ... Request for Developer Qualifications Solicitation NO. RFQ-2012-04 September 14, 2012 The Housing Auth ority of the City of Tampa (THA) is invi t ing Devel opers with extensive exper ience in master planning and urban redeve l opment to subm i t statements o f qualificat i ons and proposal for master planning services related to the planning and redevelopment of a 120+/acre area known as the West Tampa Study Area which consists of major land holdings by the Tampa Housing Author ity (40+ acre North Boulevard Homes and Mary Bethune public housing properties) City of Tampa (12+ acre solid waste maintenance yard and 23+ acre Julian B Lane Riverfront Park), and School District of Hillsborough County (4 public schools) as well as other public and private owners The redevelopment services under this solic i tation is specific to the 40+ acre public hous ing s i tes known as North Boulevard Homes and Mary Bethune Hi-r ise owned by the Tampa Housing Authority but scope of the master planning w ill encompass the ent ire 120+ acre West Tampa Study Area The West Tampa Study Area has been the focus of a redevelopment and land-use planning project being stud ied as part of the 2011/12 ULI Rose Fellows Program under the leadersh i p by Tampa's Mayor Bob Buckhorn The THA and City of Tampa is working i n close partnership to select the most exper ienced develope r who w ill lead an effort to plan the 1.20+ acre community and redevelop i n partnership w ith THA its 40+ acre public housing site with i n the Study Area The Study Area i s uniquely situated along the H i llsborough River adjacent to Downtown Tampa and form the basis of what can become an extraordinarily diverse market-dr iven, mix-use waterfront development. And together with other publically-owned parcels in the Study Area, vacant and/or under-utilized parcels adj acent and nearby, represents one of the most i nteresting sites i n Tampa's urban core. Complete details of the requirements are conta ined i n the off i cial Request for Qualifications package. Experienced developers may request a copy of the official Request for Qualifications, on or after September 14, 2012, by contacting the THA Contracting Office at 813/341-9101 ext. 3450 or by vis i ting the contract ing offices located at 5301 West Cypress Street Tampa, Flor ida 33607. All perspective developers must obtain an off i cia l copy of the RFQ f rom THA in order to be cons i dered The deadline for submitting responses Is 2:00 P.M. (prevailing Tampa time) on October 12,2012. II THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF TAMPA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER BY ORDER OF JEROME D. 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