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c:c c a: c ...I u.. SEE PAGE 16 VOL. 68 NO. 11 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2012 24 PAGES 75 'FirstladJ' Of Tax Fraud Jailed Twice lnTwooavs SEE PAGE 3 Police Chiel Promotes Three Captains To Maiors SEE PAGE 3 Jazz Competition Winner Has Tampa Connection SEE PAGE 2 CHURCH CELEBRATES PASTOR'S 11th ANNIVERSARY New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Of Hillsborough County, Inc., celebrated the 17th Pastoral Anniversary of Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins and First Lady Vera Jenkins, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, (September 7-9, 2012). The theme for the occasion was "Faithful, Fearless, Focused: Fulfilling The Promise To Lead God's People," Mark 5:36. Shown with Pastor and Mrs. Jenkins, center, are from left to right: Walter Cunningham, the pastor's cousin; Minister Bruce Bryant ofNew Hope; Guest Minister Rev. Dr. Anthony Mcintosh, Pastor, Mt. Bell Missionary Baptist Church, Louisville, MS; Minister Charles Perry, Jr. of New Hope; Stella Newsom Ling, Anniversary Program Chair; and Barry Naylor, guest comedian. (Photograph by Streets Photogra-phy)

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N ScholarshiP Recipient w Represented Universitv Area Communitv At Thought Conference en w :J 1Prodigy manager, Mara Latorre will bring knowledge back to help build sustainability in poverty stricken community Mara Latorre, office manager for Prodigy, a pro gram of the University Area Community Development Corporation, Inc. (UACDC), received a scholarship to at tend the second annual Black Environmental Thought Con ference, which was held at the University of Minnesota from September 21-23. Community leaders were invited to explore ways in which they can individually and collectively promote urban sustainability to Black communities. Those who at tended the conference exam ined the subjects of racial relations, social justice, and environmental sustainability through the lenses of history eco nomics, environmental science and the sociopolitical sciences. They also applied con cepts and topics discussed from the seminars and en gaged in community service projects throughout Min neapolis. "The knowledge and expe-MARA LATORRE rience Mara gains will have a direct positive impact on the Prodigy program and on the University Area as a whole," says Dan Jurman, execu tive director and CEO of UACDC. "While the confer ence focuses on the Black community, we know that many of the same issues extend to other populations, too and that people fighting the disease of poverty have many universal experiences. I'm looking forward to Mara bringing those lessons back to our staff here as we work to ward building the University Area into a self-sustaining community." Prodigy is a research based diversion, intervention and prevention program that provides a safe arena where at-risk youth ages 7-17learn communication, problem solving and conflict resolu tion skills through visual and performing arts. Prodigy cur rently serves more than 3,000 youth in seven West Central Florida counties and is operated by the UACDC in Tampa The 6th Annuai"Day of Pampering" Saturday, October 20, 2012 8:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m. University Area Community Center (UAOO) 14013 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, FL 33612 FREE ADMISSION Registration Required Free Test Screenings-Cholesterol, Glucose, Blood Pressure and Respiratory Referrals for *Pap Tests and *Mammograms *(Free to those who quality) Space Is Limited. Call813-307-8082 Hosted By: Available Workshops: Cancer Prevention .. .. .. .. .. .. > & Ear1y De_tection Healthy Lifestyles & Nutrition Survivorship Resources '.:::.;:::::::::::. Overcoming Stress Winner In Jazz Institute Competition Has Tampa Connection This year's winner of the world renowned Thelonius Monk Institute of Jazz com petition has a Tampa connec tion. Jamison Ross, already an accomplished drummer, won a $25,000 scholarship and a recording contract Sun day night at the Kennedy Cen ter in Washington, D. C. His wife, Adrienne, a native of Tampa, was in the audience to cheer her husband on. The event was the 25th Annual Thelonious Monk Interna tional Jazz Competition. Ross was one of 12 drum mers from around the globe who competed on Saturday to become one of 3 finalists to perform on Sunday evening. The competition was open to musicians under age 30, and this year's spotlight was on drummers. JAMISON AND ADRIENNE ROSS The judges included an all-star panel of drummers. One of the evening's per formers was Aretha Franklin. Herbie Hancock is Chairman of the Th elonious Monk Institute of Jazz Ross, a native of Jack sonville, FL, began playing drums at the age of 4 and won the Florida All-State Jazz Band Drummer Award for 4 consecutive years. He has performed with Wynton Marsalis, Chick Corea, George Clinton, P Funk and is currently a member of the Wes Anderson Quartet and Carmen Lundy 's band. Mr. and Mrs. Ross met in Tallahassee; Adrienne was a student at FAMU and Jamison was at FSU. They met at a church in Tallahas see. Adrienne is a member of the Cooper family. She is the daughter of Carol CooperJarrett and niece of Patri cia (Pat) Cooper. The couple lives in New Orleans. Mourners Pav Tribute To Retired longshoremen's Association Head On Saturday morning, mourners nearly filled the church to capacity in tribute of a retired businessman. He died on September 12, at the age of 81. The funeral for Mr. Perry Harvey, Jr., was held at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, where he had been a member for nearly twenty years. Mr. Harvey died after a lengthy illness. Mr. Harvey was a well known Tampa businessman, union leader, and politician. He was the first African Amer ican elected to the City of Tampa Council. He served for two consecutive terms. After serving four years in the U. S. Army during the Korean War, Mr. Harvey re turned to Tampa and taught at Booker T. Washington Junior High School for three years. He then became an Adminis trator with the Pension and Welfare Fund of the Interna tional Longshoremen's Associ ation, (ILA), Local1402. After his father, the late PERRY HARVEY,SR. September 14, 1930 to September 12, 2012 Mr. Perry Harvey, Sr., died in 1972, Mr. Harvey was elected as President. He re mained in that capacity until his retirement in 2009. In addition to serving more than thirty years as head of the organization, Mr. Harvey also served as the Assistant Secretary and Treasurer of the South Atlantic and Gulf Coast District of the I LA. He was also one of 23 International Vice Presidents of the International Longshoremen's Association. Mr. Harvey also served as th e President of the College Hill Pharmacy Corporation for several years. Established in the late 1950s, the pharmacy served the African American community until 2011. In 1986, Mr. Harvey de cided to seek an elected office and ran for Tampa City Coun cil. He won the election and became the first Mrican Amer ican to serve in that capacity. He served for two consecutive terms as the representative for Districts. He was active in the com munity and appointed to nu merous boards and organizations. A native of Thomasville, Georgia, Mr. Harvey moved to Tampa at the age of two with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Perry C. (Mabel Tripp} Harvey, Sr. He was the older of two sons. His brother, Dr. Jerry Harvey, died several years ago. He is survived by his wife, adult children, and grandchil dren. 15-Year-Oid Hospitalized After Pool Partv Temple Terrace Police reported that a 15-year-old boy is still hospitalized after a near drowning at a swimming pool Friday night. Police said the teenager is still hospital ized, and his identification and condition have not been released. Police received a call Friday night around 9 p m about a possible drowning at the Tem ple Terr ace Family Recreation Complex, 6610 Whiteway Drive. When police arrived, they found the 15year-old had been pulled from the swimming pool, and lifeguards were performing cardio pulmonary resuscitation. It is unknown how long he was under water. The facility was being rented-by the Pepin Academy of Tampa for a private party. An es timated 150 teachers parents and youngsters were at the complex. Also, several lifeguards were on duty. The incident is under investigation by the Temple Terrace Police Department.

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'First ladY 01 Tax Fraud Airested Twice In Two Davs Last Wednesday, a 26year-old woman was arrested during the execution of federal search warrant. Two days later, she was arrested again on a federal warrant. Ms. Rashia Tocara Wilson was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm on Wednesday. She was re leased shortly before 5 p.m., the same day on a $7,500 bond. On Friday Ms. Wilson was arrested again on the same charge --this time on a federal warrant. She was de nied bond during a hearing on Friday afternoon. According to the criminal complaint, Ms. Wilson's home was searched during the execution of a federal search warrant. During the search, police located a Walther .22 caliber handgun, under the mattress in the master bed room of her home. The search warrant was executed in con nection with a 39-count tax fraud indictment against Marterrence "Quat" Holloway, and Marcus "Thirst" Larry, 26. Lawen-forcement had been monitoring Ms. Wilson's ac tivities for more than a year. At one point during the RASHIA WilSON investigation, police said her Face book page was listed with the username "RashiaFirst Lady Wilson." However, around June of this year, Ms. Wilson discon tinued that page and opened a new Facebook page under the name of "Rashia FirstLady Johnson." The criminal complaint said, "Law enforcement docu mented posts on :Wilson's Facebook page, which include photographs of Wilson dis playing a firearm. Specifically, in a Facebook entry dated Au gust 21, 2012, Wilson is shown holding a handgun at a firing range. Police also produced a sign-in sheet where Ms. Wilson reportedly signed in at a gun range on the date of the posting She also allegedly in dicated on a check-in sheet that she was not a convicted felon. Police also seized a cell phone with images of Ms. Wilson holding a pink hand gun. Ms. Wilson has been convicted of the felony crimes of grand theft and burglary Although Ms. Wilson had some of her civil rights re stored, she did not have the right to own, possess, or use a firearm. In addition to the firearm charge, federal prosecutors in formed the judge that Ms. Wilson had purchased a 2013 Audi with a money order val ued at $9o,ooo, and that she had proclaimed herself as "The First Lady" of tax fraud on her Facebook page. Prosecutors read a message posted on May 22"d. It read: I'm Rashia, the queen of IRS tax fraud ... I'm a millionaire for the record So if you think that indicting me will be easy, it won't. I prom ise you .... Ms. Wilson was denied bond on Friday Tampa Police Chief Promotes Three Captains To Maior BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor made several promotions. The pro motions came about with the retirement of three high-rank ing members of her staff. Three majors, all with 30 years of service to the depart ment have announced plans to retire The new majors will as sume their responsibilities at the beginning of fiscal year on October 15 1 The retiring majors are: Major Gerald Honeywell, who led the officers in Uni form District III; Major Kenneth Morman, who served as the Commander of the Criminal Investigation Divi sion ; and Major Jill Kwiatkowski, who is retir ing as the Major of Uniform District I. Major Diane HobleyBurney will assume the du ties of major in Uniform District III. Her new responsi bilities include Downtown, Channelside, Ybor City and East Tampa. Major Hobley-Burney becomes the second African American woman to reach the rank of major with the depart ment. She launched her career in law enforcement 24 years ago. "It's an honor to oversee police services m the MAJOR DIANE HOBLEY-BURNEY ... Assigned to Uniform District III community that I consider home, she said. During her tenure as a Captain in District III, Major Hobley-Burney has helped with crime reduction in East Tampa and has helped eco nomic redevelopment by part nering with other community organizations. She oversaw the federal Weed and Seed Program that cre ated anti-drug programs to re vitalize the neighborhood and help disad vantaged children in East Tampa. Major Hobley-Burney has also served as a mentor at the department's RICH House that is a safe haven for under privileged children in Sulphur Springs. She looks forward to strengthening partnerships in the East Tampa community to create new programs helping children in need. As a Captain in District III, Major Hobley-Burney has overseen the Support Services Bureau that includes the Personnel and Training Unit, Evidence Con trol, Records and the Reserve Force. Major Hobley-Burney earned both her Master of Sci ence Degree in Criminal Jus tice with a concentration in Criminal Incident Manage ment, and her B. S. Degree in Sociology from Saint Leo Uni versity She is a 24-year vet eran with the department Chief Castor also pro moted Captain Keith O'Connor and Captain Paul Driscoll to the roles of Majors. Major Driscoll has served in various capacities throughout the department. He earned his Bachelor of Sci ence Degree in Nuclear Engi neering from the University of Buffalo. He is currently a stu dent at Stetson University, School of Law Major O'Connor also began his law enforcement ca reer as a patrol officer. Major O'Connor earned his B. A. degree from the University of South Florida. Three individuals ap pointed as new Captains to fill those vacancies are: Captain Ruben Delgado, Captain Eli Vazquez, and Captain Mary O'Connor, wife of newly appointed Major Keith O'Connor. countv Real Estate Director Charged With Fraud c }< en m ., m m m lJ N 9' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Director of Real Estate Services for Hillsborough County was arrested on Fri day. He was charged with mail and wire fraud in a five-count indictment According to the U .S. At torney's Office, Middle District of Florida, Anthony Haynes, 53, appeared in fed eral court on the charge Fri day. He was released on his own recognizance. He was not booked into a detention cen ter. According to the indict ment, Haynes made "mater ial misrepresentations in connection with loan applica tions and closing documents for two mortgages made for his purchase of nine lots of land in Tennessee The mort gages were funded by inter state wires from a federally insured bank and the closing was conducted by mail." If convicted, Haynes could face a maximum of 30 years in federal prison on each charge. Haynes is a 27-year emN ployee with Hillsborough o ... County government. He curN rently serves as the Director of Real Estate Services. He was hired in March 1985, and pro gressed through the ranks to reach his current position. He was promoted to Director more than one year ago. County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., said he had been out of the country. He learned of the arrest upon his return this past weekend Commissioner Miller said, This is unfortunate, but it has nothing to do with his work for Hillsborough County. From what I understand, this is something that happened around 2006, involving possi ble fraud. We were made aware of it, but were asked not to discuss it. It involves his ., personal life and it is in the r hands of the courts, Commissioner Miller said. 0 He further stated that )> Mike Merrell, Hillsborough en County Administrator issued a statement sayi ng that ::! 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Editorials/Columns u; "' a: w m ::!: w .... Q. w C/) >;' C/) w ::::: .... c a: I.L c z c( c C/) w ::::: .... fi: w > w c w :::1: C/) :J m ::::: Q. z ;:::: w ..J ..J ::::: m ..J / FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 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 Tempe, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL c. Blythe Andrewa 1tl01-1977 (1945) C. Blythe And,._, Jr. 1e30-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS.CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER SUbecrlptlona-544.0G-8 Months Both Edltlona : $87.0CH>er vBoth Editions. Opfnlona expi"MMeed on edltot" ... pegee of thl8 rwwepapet" by Columntata donot-awtlr __ ed_l...._of The Florida Sentinel Bult.tln or the Publleher. ./ Fix America's Tax Codes Now L isten. There is no reason (other than greed) why a Tampa police officer and his family making $90,000 each year between 2008 and 2012 should pay nearly $6,ooo each year in federal income taxes, while his family's cell phone carrier earns more than $24 billion in profits, yet, has paid no federal income taxes at all for two years straight. Furthermore, there is no reason why (again except for greed) a firefighter with a family of five who has earned approximately $12o,ooo each year between 2008 and 2012 should have to pay more than $1o,ooo in federal income taxes each year while her favorite gasoline company has earned $2.5 billion over the same period of time, yet, has managed not to pay income taxes for one of those three years. Talk about voodoo economics, what we're referring to would make voodoo economics look like a nickel and dime magic act. Moreover, between 2008 and 2012, at least 78 companies that earned a total of more than $160.4 billion in profits paid no federal income taxes for one to three years. Guess what? The U.S. Treasury paid those companies, which paid no federal income tax at all, more than $10 billion in tax refunds. How much did the U.S. Treasury pay you? (No mind?) Most assuredly, our AIDerican tax code needs to be changed and equalized NOW before we all end up working on a corporate plantation with a bar code over our foreheads. Wake up, Middle Class! Free Speech, Hate, And Armageddon: It Ontv Takes One congratulating President Obama on his "great foreign ;:::: policy skills," earlier this year, an All Voices News re ffi porter wrote, "Pres. Barack Obama did a great deal to CJ) wards fostering goodwill and improving the United c(C States' reputation around the world." Now, fast forward to September 2012 when seemingly the entire Eastern Is it Iamie world erupts over a fraudulent and degrading anti g Islamic movie produced by two shady Islamaphobes in an I.L obvious conspiracy to create hard feelings throughout the world. Sadly, the two movie-makers' conspiracy worked. Now, more than 20 Middle Eastern countries are smoldering in on-going riots against America. Three U. S. embassy workers have already lost their lives. And now, with blood on their hands, one of the movie culprits has gone into hiding, while the other producer proudly claims responsibility for his film and for the violence it has caused. But like most of the non-violent world, we have suspicions about the entire mess. To us, the advent of a suicide bomb in the form of an "R"-rated movie is another obvious example of how a few hate-mongers can change the course of history. Moreover, what we Americans consider the inalienable right of free speech has been severely challenged by mindless foolishness, which might well have been bankrolled by political interests, especially during a time of presidential election. Putting it simple, how in the world would two losers come by the millions of dollars it takes to make a film then get it distributed worldwide? Indeed, we smell a rat. But "1:1' what we also smell are matches being struck that, if the w striker is not stopped, might end us up in what the world CJ most fears: Armageddon. The world is too wonderful to see it go up in the smoke of stupidity. Whatever your opinion is of former President Jimmy Carter, you ve got to love the man for his honesty. Of course, when you reach the age of So, you've earned the right not to mince words. Therefore, when Carter told NBC commentator Brian Williams that "an over whelming portion of those op posing President Obama's policies are racists," in a Sep tember 16, 2009 television in terview, Carter was unfazed by the tsunami of criticism that followed because he knew that he had spoken the truth. Indeed, the soon-to-be 88-year-old Carter also pointed to the infamous "You lie" out burst by South Carolina's Rep. Joe Wilson as an example. Many of us can only point to racism as the reason why Mitt Romney seized upon and ranted about Pres. Obama's Affordable Healthcare Act, which was nearly identical to a healthcare law Romney signed into law while he was governor of Massachusetts. Moreover, a recent Baylor University study found that "some of the largest anti Obama Facebook groups focus on the President's race, not his politics In fact, there are so many racist bumper stickers, web sites, pictures, and cartoons floating on the internet that de picts Pres. Obama in the most degrading manner that it is sickening. Among them is one in which the President's face is superim posed over a chimp's body. An other cartoon displays Pres. Obama in a Nazi uniform. Still another caricature depicts the President with a "mile-high" Afro hairstyle and with big lips And a bumper sticker snarls, Don t renig in 2012!" The Baylor University study asserts there is no such thing as a post-racial America," that Facebook comments include racial slurs," and that Facebook fans "build on and (perpetuate) historical stereotypes and cul tural narratives. Consequently, the study concludes that Facebook users focus more on Obama's race personal character and gender rather than politics. Furthermore,thestudyindi cates that hate groups recruit ing online, increasing their numbers instantly, a long Man, 1 Miss Tonv Dunuv I try not to write about sports too much in this column. However, sometimes when something is outrageous, it's hard for me to ig nore, especially when it comes to my hometown team the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys was indeed horrible. But, it wasn't the anemic play of the offense or the extremely poor play calling that had me shaking my head the most. It was what happened at the very end that caused me the most embarrassment as a Buc fan. Before I go further, let me explain something to those who may not be familiar with the sport. Football is a violent game that also involves a great deal of sportsmanship. Part of that sportsmanship includes winning teams not running up the score once the game is out of reach and time is running out. On the flip side, it also means that the losing team normally concedes the loss when the winning team takes a knee to run out whatever seconds remain on the clock. Of course these aren t the of ficial rules of the game. They are more in line with understood sports etiquette. Unwritten, acknowledged forms of behavior agreed upon by gentlemen for the safety of the players and the betterment of competition. Something, it seems, Bucs Coach, Greg Schiano knows absolutely nothing about. When the game was all but decided and the Cowboys were attempting to kill the clock in the above mentioned custom ary fashion, Coach Schiano ordered his players to crash through the Cowboy forma tion in a futile attempt to prove that his team is de signed to play until the final whistle; an idea commendable as a motivational teaching technique. But, completely stupid in actual execution. He tried the same thing the week before against the New York Giants and was met with criticism from every angle for the entire week afterwards. So, when he did it again on Sun day, it appeared to be done more out of spite than any principled die-hard ethos. That observation seemed to be proven after a field microphone caught Coach Schiano using an expletive when he told his players that he didn t give a f--what anyone says" as he continued to force them to violently engage the opposing team as time expired and there was no possible way for them to win. Look, I get the "never sur-standing concern of the South ern Poverty Law Center. Indeed, according to one source, even though the delib erate and overt use of racially coded language and portions in Presidential campaigns was begun (in the 20th century) in 1968 by the Richard Nixon campaign, "racism within U S institutions, law and culture has been deeply imbedded in the history and reality of the U S. since the ttl' century Most of us remember how Nixon used the "law and order", "getting welfare bums off welfare and other racially tinged phrases during his pres idential run for office. Two excellent sources of in formation on the history of racism and presidential elec tions in America are "The Great Wells of Democracy b y Manning Marable, and Nixon's Piano: Presidents and Racial Politics from Washing ton to Clinton," by Kenneth O'Reilly. Practicl!llY all of the Demo cratic and Republican presi dential candidates have used race to scare white voters and or have used racially coded lan guage to garner support from white voters who might view the candidate as being too lib eral, or too supportive of poli cies that might help Black Americans. Next week, we will take a look at the history of racism in Presidential elections, begin ning with Abraham Lincoln. Until then Harambee! render" mantra. But when that philosophy is not applied when the game is actually still in contention, I have a prob lem. I mean where was this ali-or-nothing mentality when the Bucs offense had the ball? As far as I could tell, there was no sense of urgency and des peration then. Why wait until there are only 30 seconds on the clock to act like you're all about some kind of fabricated warrior mentality? It is the insincerity of it all that really gets under my skin. Knowing that Schiano put the health of all the players in volved at risk to prove his lame point, to me, is inexcus able. His bush league coaching style makes me long for the days of even-keeled Tony Dungy, a man with integrity who, regardless of how much he wanted to win, knew how to play within the boundaries of class and could get the most out of his players without re sorting to yahoo isms. This is ultimately what the Glazer family, who owns the team, wanted though. Flash over substance. Now, because of that, they ll eventually be tasked with attempting to re build the reputation of a once respected franchise as Schiano continues to lose without dignity And all I can say to them is good luck with that one. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 324477007. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Com pany.

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Two Men Charged After Stealing Checks From Obama Campaign Bail was set at $10o,ooo and $75,000 for Jessie Adams and Williard Elam, respec tively, who have been charged with stealing two checks from President Barack Obama's headquarters in Chicago and depositing them into fraudulent bank accounts. Pres. Obama Responds To Romnev's Tough Talk On Mideast A judge set bail higher for Adams, who is charged with "organizing a financial criminal enterprise Allegedly following Adams' or ders, Elam, "charged with continuing a finan cial crime enterprise," and another man still at-large, opened the bank accounts at separate TCF bank branches in the suburbs of Chicago under the pretext of working with the Obama campaign. JESSIE ADAMS And WILLARD ELAM grocery stores and presented fake documents to open the bank accounts before depositing the checks, one valued at $24,857 and the other at $23,839, prosecutors said. WASHINGTON President Barack Obama, de fendin g his foreign policy record at a time of anti-Ameri can rage in the Muslim world, fired back at suggestions from Republican Mitt Romney that the president has been weak with allies and enemies alike. In an interview airing the night before Pres. Obama meets with other world leaders at the United Nations, the pres ident said, "If Gov. Romney is suggesting that we should start another war, he should say so." It was Pres. Obama's most direct rebuttal yet to persistent skepticism by his White House rival on his handling of an un raveling situation in the Middle East. Romney has charged the U. S. stance has been marred by miscalculations, mixed mes sages and appeasement. Pres. Obama Is launching a new campaign offensive Monday with his first television advertisement targeting Romney's comments about Ameri cans who don't pay income taxes. The ad, which was to start running in swing state Ohio, argues that Romney should stop attacking others on taxes and "come clean" on his own. They used comments to wealthy donors that 47 percent of Americans don't pay income taxes, believe they are victims and feel entitled to government assistance. It shows Romney saying, "My job is not to worry Romnev Missteps Swing Election Advantage To Pres.Obama DES MOINES, Iowa -In a presidential race seemingly frozen in place for months, the advantage has shifted toward President Barack Obama after a series of miscues by Mitt Romney, punctuated by the Republican challenger's com ments about people who pay no income tax. Despite a continuing gray economic sky and unrest in the Mideast, the president has edged ahead of Romney in polls in some of the most com petitive states, including Iowa a nd Virginia, and forced Romney to redouble efforts in Florida and Ohio, without which he has little charice of becoming p resident. about those people." The 30-second spot signals that Pres. Obama Will keep making the wealthy Romney's taxes a campaign issue even after the Republican re .leased a second year of infor mation about his personal finances on Friday. Cook County prosecutors said Elam and the unnamed man were accompanied by Adams and pretended to be business owners of actual companies that work With Obama's presiden tial campaign A comptroller with Pres. Obama's reelec tion campaign caught on to the scheme when two companies complained they had not been paid. It was not immediately clear how the three men obtained the checks, prosecutors said. They opened up the accounts on Sept. 12 and Sept. 13 at TCF Bank locations in two different 2012 General Election Dates to Remember: Tuesday, October 9 ................ last Day to Register to Vote in the General Election Saturday/ October 27 .............. Early Voting Begins in Hillsborough County Wednesday, October 31.. ...... 5 p.m. Deadline to Request a Vote By Mail Ballot to be Mailed to You Saturday, November 3 .......... Early Voting Ends in Hillsborough County Tuesday, November 6 ........... Eiection Day 3 Ways to Vote: 1. Vote By Mail-Allows all registered voters to receive and cast their ballot from the comfort of home I 2. Early Vote-All registered voters can vote at any of the designated Early Vote sites in Hillsborough 3. Election Day-Registered voters must vote in their assigned precinct. Remember to bring a valid and current photo and signature ID when you head to the polls! General Election Reminders: If you've moved or changed your name, please update your voter information before heading to the polls! You do not have to vote on every race/issue for your ballot to count. You are allowed to bring your sample ballot with you in the polling room. But, you must vote and submit the ballot given to you by the poll worker. All marked ballots must be received in any of the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections four offices by 7p.m. on Election Day. Acceptable Valid and Current Forms of Photo and Signature ID Include: Florida Drivers License Debit or Credit Card Military Identification Retirement Center Identification 5. United States Passport 6. Public Assistance Identification 7. Student Identification 8. Neighborhood Association Identification 9. Florida Identification Card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles C) m en

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HOROSCOPES Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Don t let others dampen your creativity and enthusiasm. Make key decisions so you can start the project. Don t get stoppe d by regu lations You' re bigger than that. Pay bills Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -You're gaining confidence. Spur others in the right direction, gently. Sand the rough edges. Do the research to set the right price. Don t overlook domestic chores. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Moods fluctuate. A short stroll around your neighborhood or park help s recharge your bat teries. Throw your hat over the fence that you know you want to jump. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -You're entering a mentally active cycle. Imagination takes over especially about creating new ways to make money. A window may be closing but a brighter one opens. Keep a lid on the spending Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Notice what's blocking your path. Clear the way or just jump over it with ease, and gain acco lades. Great wealth can be yours Accept encouragement Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Postpone fun and games for now, and focus on keeping your promises. It doesn t mean that you can't enjoy the process. Others admire your work. Don t buy gifts yet. Aries (March 21-April19)-Things will be easier for a cou ple of days before they get trickier again Enjoy what you have right now especially your friends. Taurus (April 20-May 20)Dive into an extremely pro ductive Monday. Focus on the task at hand, and hide from dis tractions. You' ll be amazed a t how much you can get acco mplished. Gemini (May 21-June 20) -Go for it: Step out of your com fort zone. One thing that you t ry doesn t work, but something else does. More work equals more pay. Quiet meditation lifts spirits. Cancer (June 21-July 22)-Take a deep breath, and let your partner do the talking. Th e best things in life are still free. Financial planning seems easier. Friends give you a needed boo st. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Costs could be higher than ex pected Someone you trust helps you see a financial l eak so you can plug it. It will require negotiation s and compromise. It turns out to be easy. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -What you do for others now counts double. Focus on doing a great job and completing projects toda y and tomorrow. But don' t rush your decisions. Listen care fully BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Katie is rushed to the ho s pital, fearing the wors t about a premature delivery ; Liam and Steffy e njo y their reunion and agree to take their rela ti onsh ip slower this time; Bill has a cathartic moment and turns to an un likely source for help. Bill is forc e d to mak e a difficult decision re garding the future of Katie and the ir unb orn c hild; despite datin g Caroline, Thomas makes a heartfelt confession to Hope about his feel ing s for her; Hope and Liam reunite over a family tragedy. Pam and Donna temporarily put their differences aside in the wake of tragedy; do ctors frantically attempt to save Katie 's life as s h e experiences serious complications during the delivery of h e r baby. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Melanie finds out about Chad and Nick s confrontation; Sami reacts to the photo of Nicole and Rafe in bed tog ether; Kate has a heart-to-heart with EJ about Sami; Gabi takes Nick to the hospital. Daniel catches Jennifer research ing DNA labs ; Gabi finally comes clean about Andrew; Rafe pulls Sami into a romantic kiss; Melanie falls apart in Maggie s arms EJ considers getting rid of Raf e permanently ; Gabi confesses her crimes to Rafe; Caroline overhears Bo's decision about his career; Daniel is sues Chad a warning GENERAL HOSPITAL-A long-awaited kiss occurs; Connie takes precaution s to ensure that Johnny does not double-cross her; Joe Jr. is hiding something. Anna ma y be able to get the truth out of Todd; Patrick run s into Mac while he i s on a date; Eliza beth's actions may not be wha t they see m. Carly h as a warning for Elizabeth; Shawn ques tion s Alexis about her in volvement with Jax; Jason learns the results of the DNA test. Y OUN G AND THE RESTLESS Jack faces financial ruin, while an explos ion in Los Angeles is felt in Genoa City. The New mans cope with a devastating l oss, while Sharon receives a shock ing offer from Tucker. Sharon's behavior infuriates the people of Genoa City, while Katherine delivers a heartfelt eulogy to Victor. Lillian Jones did a creative dance routine at the College Hill Fashion and Talent Show. Repesenting the Youth Dept. of their church at the South Florida Convention was James Marion and Pamela Moore. "TT r-0 :!! CJ) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: rr m ::1 z "'C c: DJ At a Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA) event, Mrs. Gloria Anthony presented the Unsung Hero Award to Mrs. Mary Alice Dorsett. The Rev. C. P. Epps, pastor (j) ofMt. Olive M. B. Church. ffi c m < m -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c "TT ::tJ c Mr. and Mrs. Robbie (Lillie) Gardner were dressed in their Sunday best when they boarded their airplane, headed for the Bahamas. ....,.

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Local Events Scenes From New life Tabernacle Church 20th Anniversarv Picnic Members, friends, and others got together recently for the celebration of New Life Tabernacle Church 's 20th anniversary with a big picnic. (PHOTOS BY SYLVESTER HARRIS) Life Tabernacle members at the picnic were, Crystal Croffett, Rachel Smith, Arthur Croffett, and Demetra Kenzi. Having great fun at the picnic were, Beatrice, Ervin, Jodel, Annette, Cole, andAvionn Hillsborough School Psychologist, Angel Elder Willie and Cecelia Davis attended the Church members at the picnic are Elder Dudley Kirk, Va-Perry and her daughter, Adira Perry enjoyed picnic. lerie Wilkerson, Tracy Croteau, and Natalie Campbell. their evening together. BE REVI Nikia Bryant, Nehemiah Coarte, and Na talie Campbell had a -memorable day. Angelina Adams and Sharronda Teart posed for this photo during the picnic.

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-t Clear Video Internet Broadcasting Records Shows Nominations Being Accepted For 2013 Wall 01 Fame Candidates c 0 m ., -t m :s: m m On September 151 h Clear Video Internet Broadcasting (CVIB) recorded its first three shows. The taping took place at the Open Cafe in East Tampa. Their mission is to serve the needs of the community by providing a spiritual-based forum for the expression and exchange of ideas and information. (Photography by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes) The Florida State Fair Au thority is currently accepting nominations for outstanding Hispanic and African Ameri can members of the community who have made a difference. The deadline to submit nominations for the 2013 Florida State Wall of Fame, is October 31, 2012. JJ involvement. N Additionally, anyone who U1 has been nominated in the Chris Godbolt, President, Felecia Godbolt, of Yummy Body, are shown with Sandra Rose discussing health ideas and weight control. Dr. Joan Holmes, Hostess, Supt. Charles Davis, Dr. Kenneth Ray and Sharlotte Henderson-Emuan, M.A. talked about Spiritual Warfare, Education and ways to keep loved ones out of the criminal justice system. All nominations will be reviewed by the Fair Author ity's J\frican American and Hispanic Advisory committee members. The committee members will select five can didates from each group. The public will then have the opportunity to vote and the winner will be selected. past, but was not chosen can be nominated again. In February 2012, James Tokley, Sr., Poet Laureate for the City of Tampa was chosen as the African American honoree. Ms. Carmen Santana Telesca was chosen for the Hispanic Wall of Fame. The late Reverend Abraham Brown was chosen for the honor in 2011. The Wall of Fame was estab lished in 2010. The first honorees were the late C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; the late Dr. Alfonso Leon Lowry, Sr.; and the late Mrs. Felecia Ann Wintons Taylor. ..... 1\) Individuals nominated for the honor can be from the public or private sector, busi ness, or industry, education, the arts, entertainment, or hospitality, government or law, health or human serv ices, volunteers, entrepreneurs, and other professions or community organizations. Nominations must contain complete contact information of the nominee if the 0 nominee is living, or the complete contact information of the nominee's family if the nominee is deceased. Prison Gates Host, Rev. Willie Dixon, left, is shown with State Rep. Betty Reed, Teze Jones, Ray Collins and Dexter Bryant. They talked about support systems for those released from jail. Doctor "T" Pat Turner, hostess, left, Dr. The nominees must have lived in Florida for at least five years; they can be living or deceased; and must have demonstrated well-rounded professional and community For more information visit the website at www.floridastatefair.com; or call toll-free (Boo) 345-FAIR; or (813) 621-7821. Thomas Taylor, center, and Dr. Ronald Fulmore talked about what to eat, when to exercise and the importance of sleep. Dr. Ronald Fulmore aligning the spine so that the healing can begin. Suec;eS$, Stqry e qllege '-l'Ql.ll' 2 An OMn tfQI.!Se t o Florida Gulf C.oa&t Univer&ity in Myer&, FL SPACE IS LIMITED! RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY! You may reserve a seat on the bus no later than Wednesday, Octot.' 3, 2012 Payment Options: Check or Money Order (made payable to Road Reedy Tours) Mail to: Dayle Greene, 9215 N. Florida Avenue, Tampa, FL 33612 $30 per person Monies received after October 3rd ant non-refundable. For mont details, please either send an email to: or call 813-732-3268 after 7p.m. *The open house is from 9a-1 p. Meals are on your own. Each student must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Who? Students who are interested in attending college What? Ail open house at Florida Gulf Coast University in Ft. Myers, FL When? Saturday, October 20, 2012 {departing at 5:30a.m. & returning at 3:30 p m.) Where? The bus will depart from Mt. Olive AME Church, 1902 W. LaSalle St. in West Tampa Why? In order to be success stories you need to further your education BY. Mail It's Easy: Your ballot will be sent to your home. Complete the ballot, sign it on the inside and outside, and return it by mail or drop it off at an Early Voting location; Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office; or at the polls on Election Day! tl( No identification needed It{ No stamp needed tl( No lines, no waiting It{ No need for a ride to the polls Get your ballot today by visiting www.VoteHillsborough.org or Call {813) 612-4180. Last Day To Request a Ballot: October 31, 2012 Early Voting Begins: October 27, 2012 Last Day To Register or Change Party Affiliation: October 9, 2012 Early Voting Ends: November 3, 2012 Election Day: November 6, 2012 JJ 0 l> 0 m z z m r-aJ c: rr m z

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a: w D Descendants Of Will And Annie Haves Gather In Orlando :E Several descendants of the w 1late Will and Annie fh (Haynes) Hayes gathered en at the Mystic Dunes Resort and Golf Club in c Celebration, FL (near f3 O rlando) over the Labor Day :::l Weekend. 1Family members enjoyed meals together, shopping, poolside chats and movie views, and the kids enjoyed the pool splashes. Ronald and Patricia Bright (son-in-law and daughter o f Robert {RK} Hayes) planned the week end of activities. Will and Annie Hayes were the parents of 5 chil dren. Four of their children survive: Robert, Rutha Rentrope, Mary Frances (Frank) Lowery and James Hayes. Ernest (Bud) Hayes passed away in 1996. LaShon Bright and her fiance, Quinton Campbell. Karen Hayes came in from Washington, D. C. Eric Hayes came over for the gathering. Family friends, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Campbell joined the family on pizza night. Ronald and Patricia Bright. Brothers Deron, left, and Robert, Rentrope Jr., right, of Jacksonville, with their uncle, Michael Rentrope of North Carolina. Johnny and Lucette Lowery of Tampa. Michael and Deena Rentrope of North Carolina. She celebrated her soth birthday during the weekend. Mike, Janae, Jennifer, and Sarai Rentrope of Jacksonville and North Carolina. Jayden, Tosha and Kasmyene.

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Youth Organizer Makes Plea. For More Mentors BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Young African American males settling their differences with violence has become far too commonplace. Sanford Harper, Jr. knows this all too well, because for more than 15 years, he's tried to reach out to these young males. Harper, whofoundedaju venile mentoring program called J.U.I.C.E. (Juveniles United In A Community Ef fort), said he is saddened by the number of young Black male s finding their way into the jus tice system, and having no re morse for their actions. "We can't blame it on their parents, because the final choice is the one they make. We can't blame it on econom ics, because a lot of kids come out of poor economic condi tions, and rise up to make something of their lives. "As a matter of fact, we need to stop finding a place to put the blame, and start reach ing out, especially the older men out there. These guys need us, and we can't continue to turn our backs and not care." Harper said what's needed is more male mentors who are willing to give up a few hours a week to talk to these young guys, and put something else in their heads. "Life is a giant classroom, and like anything else, you take from it what you want, and leave the rest. The problem with that kind of thinking is that choice comes without any direction. "If you look around, you11 see these guys have no guid ance. They have no real lead ers. The people they identify with as leaders are the same people who abandon them when they are in need." Harper said the time for talking is over. "It's time to take action. It's time for all of us to take a step back, and admit that there is a problem. "The bottom line is, it can t continue like this. If it does, our young men will become extinct, and our future is over." Harper said if there are any males out there interested in becoming mentors, contact him on his facebook page, San Man orJ.U.I.C.E. Restaurant To Host Political Debate WatchPartv On Wednesday, October 3rd, Caldonia s Barbecue Restau rant, 3701 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, will be hosting a political debate watch party. The event will begin at 7 p. m. Candy Lowe, Jarvis El-Amin, and Hakim Aquil will be coordinating the event, and ask all young people to come out and get registered. "We want everyone to come out," said Ms. Lowe. "We will have voter registration and education, and will be making sure people know where to go to vote. We will also make sure all of their information has been updated. There will be plenty of food and entertainment, and people are also being encouraged to vote early. For more information on this event, call (813) 394-6363. Workshop Held On Future 01 RNC Cameras c en m m ;c m m :a On Thursday, the Tampa City Council held a workshop and public discussion on the future of the cameras pur chased for the Republican Na tional Convention at a cost of $2 million. Councilwoman Lisa Montelione said in her opin ion, the cameras were never used for the purpose they were intended. "I want to know if this could be a tool to promote downtown as being a safe place. If people feel safer with the cameras being downtown, I think they should stay there. "My main concern is bal ancing public safety with peo ple feeling their privacy is being invaded." Councilman Harry Cohen said he thinks a study needs to be made on the public parking areas to see if the cam eras could go there Councilman Frank Reddick said he thinks illegal dumping areas in East Tampa would be a great location for the cameras, as well as high crime areas of the city "I've spoken to neighbor hood leaders who say they are Benefits of Enrolling in Our School oServesStudentsAges 16-21 7 :30AM :30 AM 11:30 AM 3:30PM o Shortened School Day CSeW.Paced o Opportunity to Accelerate Graduation o Credit for Wolt/Volunteer SerVice OQnoSite Creer lid Transition Planning o ESE and ESOL Services OQn.Site Support Speciallt. 0 Classes tired of living in fear. "Right now we have two cameras in East Tampa to cap ture illegal dumping, and one of them is broken. In West Tampa, the alleyways are full of trash We have a serious problem in certain areas, and since the cameras were pur chased with taxpayer's dollars, they deserve the same protec tion as the people on Channel side, and other upscale areas." Councilman Reddick said he's spoken to Mayor Bob Buckhorn about this, and he understands that some people think their privacy -is being violated. "I did some research on the cameras, and they don't oper ate to look into people's homes. "The illegal dumping is being done by people who don't live in those communi ties. I hope the mayor will be wise enough to understand the people in these communities deserve to share the benefit of having the cameras around the same as the downtown area." Councilman Mike Suarez said he's concerned about the operational cost of the cameras, as well as relocatingthem. "I have lost faith in the administration as to what they say, and what they actually do. "We have to make sure the people looking at the cameras !\: are looking at what they are supposed to. I also want to make sure people can go online and see what the observer is seeing on the cameras." Councilwoman Yvonne Capin said she's concerned about the Ybor City area, espe cially after a shooting death that occurred last weekend. Councilwoman Monte Hone made a motion that the Council return on October 4th at 10 a. m. with Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor, a repre sentative from Solid Waste, City Attorney Jim Shimberg, and others to properly answer questions about the actual overall cost of the cameras. She also suggested a com mittee be set up for quarterly review of the locations of the cameras, liability issues, and a proposed location list submit ted. Her was seconded by Councilman Suarez, and unanimously approved by the Council.

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Entertainment Russell Simmons And Questlove In Friendlv President Obama Fundraisinu Competition w en >-en w ::) RUSSELL SIMMONS vs. QUESTLOVE Russell Simmons and Questlove are going head to head this election sea son. The Def Jam founder and the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon drummer are com peting to see who can raise the most money for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign. Right now Questlove has raised 73% of the funds leaving Simmons at 26%. Simmons tweeted two days ago, questlove is bustin' my a in this fundraising competition for @BarackObama. I need people to join my team! HELP" "Get involved quick! Don t let @barackobama down, help me outraise @ UncleRUSH, Questlove posted on his Twitter. lil wavne Joins Chorus 01 Rappers RiPPing Romnev c it u.. c z c( c en w ::) ii: w > LILWAYNE W It doesn t l ook like Mitt Romney has the hip-hop :S:: world's approval. Lil Wayne is the most re m cent rapper to declare his op position to the Republican z presidential candidate i= A line can be found on his track Cashed Out, a cover 5 of southern rapper Ca$h m Out's summer anthem ..J Cashing Out ," slamming w z Romney. i= The intra of the song ffi found on his mixtape Dedi en cation 4, features a voice saya: 0 ..J u.. N ,.... w a: ing, "As another election year upon us These last four years been good to me. A couple of dollars in a couple different bank accounts. Some here some off shore Ni**a call me Mitch Rom ney! One writer suggests the misnomer is because "this person wanted you to notice that 'Mitch' rhymes with b*tch .'" Lil Wayne isn t the first hip-hop artist to mention the GOP candidate in a deroga tory way. Kanye West, never shy in making his political opin ion known, made a reference to Romney in the new G.O.O.D. Music album Cruel Summer last week. On the track "To The World ," West raps, I'm just trying to protect my stacks I Mitt Romney don t pay no tax. Opera Singer Wows Audiences At Kennedv Center WASHINGION, DC He grew up on the streets even witnessing a murder before he was 10, but D.C. native SOLOMAN S o I o m a n HOWARD Howard used his voice to turn his life around. A classical opera singer, Howard will lend his voice to the revival of Don Gio vanni" at the Kenpedy Cen11-Year-Oid Wows .. Factor' Judges On The X Factor, Willie Jones, 17, de livered a per formance that left the show's judges in com plete awe. The Shreve-WILLIE JONES port, Louisiana native took to the stage rocking a Kid 'n Play, old-school high-top haircut along with a cut off jean jacket, and shocked judges when he began singing "Your Man," a coun try hit by Josh Turner. Your voice is a sensa tional recording voice and I want to remember this time the first day I heard Willie Jones," Simon said after Willie's performance. "Willie Jones you are an absolute original. He sounds like a Willie Jones right? It's perfect. That was amaz ing praised L.A. Reid. Britney Spears took to twitter to show some love for Willie tweeting, 'He's from my home state! @ Louisiana BredAndButtered I bet y all weren t expecting that voice I know I wasn t ... ," she tweeted. Tempesn: There Will Never Be Another 'Cosbv Show' Twenty y ears after groundbreaking series 'The Cosby Show ended in 1992 Tempestt Bledsoe has re turned to NBC in the Jimmy Fallon-produced sitcom, 'Guys with Kids' to play Marny, the working mother of four kids and wife of stay at-home dad, Gary, played b y Anthony Anderson. Slated for Wednesday night the second episode of TEMPESTT Guys with Kids kicks BLEDSOE off September 26 Denzel: Eastwood Stiii'Mv Hero' Clint Eastwood has taken a lot of barbs over his empty chair routirie at the Republican National Con vention, but Denzel Washington still holds the film legend in high regard. I have the utmost respect for him as an actor and as a director, Washington said. He s m y hero. Although Washington supported Pres. Obama in 2008, he graciously declined to address an empty chair or do any Eastwooding," a s it s c ome to be known on the In t e rnet. He calls hims el f an ind e pendent and said in this election he isn't com mitting to either side I listen to both sides of the argu ment and try to make DENZEL an asses s wASHINGTON ment, h e said. Washington was in the nation's capital along with Olympic champion Michael Phelps and R&B singer Ashanti for an eve n t sponsored b y the Boys and Girls Club of Americ a Robin Roberts' Bone Marrow Transplant Successful! ABC s Good M orning America co-host Robin Roberts is read y to leav e the hospital following her bone marrow transplant Her oncologist Dr. Gail Ropoz, said on the morning show that Roberts had emailed that note Friday, a day after the procedure ABC showed a brief video clip of Roberts in her hospital bed receiving bone marrow from her donor sister to treat MDS, a blood and bone mar row disease Ropoz said Roberts is being monitored to guard against infection and to se e ROBIN ROBERTS that her white blood cell count is incr e a s ing. Sh e s aid Roberts can e xp e ct som e good and bad d ays in h e r recovery She wa s surrounde d by famil y and fri e nds during the five-minut e proc edure, in cluding ABC an c hor Diane Sawyer. Kanve's Lawver savs 'Adult Film' Was Stolen Last Friday news broke that someone was shopping a 20-minute video ofYeezy doing the wild thing on c a m era with an 18-year-old that looked like his current girl friend, Kim Kardashian. Now a lawyer representing West issued the a cease and desist letter pertaining to any images relating to said video. "Be advised that the screen shot, as well as the tape from which the screen shot was taken, were illegally obtained and believed to have been stolen from Mr. West's computer and that your posting, advertising, KIM KAnd KANYE WEST marketing, displaying and otherwise disseminating the stolen screen shot and/ or other materials on the tape constitute actionable viola tions of Mr. rights of privacy and publicity," read the take down notice that was sent by Atty. Lisa M. Buckley of Pryor Cashman.

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Local Sports Youth Football rn USF Bulls Loses Panthers Host Hurricanes en To Rutuers 23-13 At Cuscaden Park The University of South Florida Bulls tried to improv their season of 3-0, and 1-0 in the Big East with a win over Rutgers. With a 6-o lead, the Bulls looked as if they may win with a strong defense and a little push from the offense : Two costly interceptions, one with the Bulls on the Rutgers' 10-yard line, seemed to doom. their chances. The game ended with a Rutgers comeback, 23-13. (Photography by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Willie Conley and T. J. Harrell were ready for some football at the Bulls' game. USF fans, Jeff and John take a food break while USF was in the lead, 6-o against Rutgers. This father and son team, Andre Cunningham and Andre Cunningham, Jr., chanted, "Go Bulls." Wayne Warren caught an interception for a back. Demetris Murray came from under the pile to score a touchdown for USF. 3: The Little League cheerleaders and football teams are now in full swing. On September 15 at m Cuscaden Park, the Tampa Bay Panthers hosted the Tampa Bay Hurricanes. In addition to some good football, D. J. Grim Evil was on hand to provide the music. (Photography by N Toby Scott, ofChow and Scott Keepsakes). Cl1 Patrick Ogden, wearing #32, caught a pass for the touchdown. Sports Commissioner Donald enjoyed the game. Lee Jah Johnson, #21 on the Hurricanes team, is shown with his mother, Vickie Johnson, after scor ing his 3rd touchdown. Natasha Parks, of Laven der Pastries, and Demetrius Davis showed off some baked goods at the game. Some of the Peewee cheerleaders posed for a photograph. Shown on the first row are: Synovia James, Fredricka Neal, and Perrionis Jones. Shown on the second row are: Trinity Phillips, Shophia Pierre, Tiana Thomas, and Kourtney Burney-Willkens. Paul Dennis, Leroy Johnson, Anthony Ali, Mighty Mites coach, and Adam Wilder were proud of the work they do to help the Panthers and the community. Some of the cheerleaders for the Panthers were: Reshaona Yates, Kyla Hammond, Sharmisha Yates, Rirayla Sails, and Jalee Abdullah. The young ladies performed during the half...., timeshow. w

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N II) N a: w m == w Fleming Passes FAMU Over Hornets BY TED TAYLOR .... D. w (/) A career performance by sophomore quarterback c Damien Fleming led (/) Florida A & M University to a 24-22 victory over the tDelaware State Hornets, in Dover, Delaware, Saturday night. A crowd of 2,758, which included an almost equal number of Rattler fans, saw Fleming connect on 30 of 37 passes for 399 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Hornets' running game got off to a quick start when they took the opening kickoff 66 yards, scoring in 6 plays on a 10-yard run by Dae-Hon Cheung. Cheung rushed for 55 yards in the drive. F AMU answered during its possession on an 8-yard pass from Fleming to reserve running back James Owens. The remainder of the first quarter was scoreless as penalties stifled opportunities. e Early in the second quarter, a: Delaware State went up 10-7 on a 29-yard field goal by z Mitchell Ward. FAMU <( answered again on a 21-yard > pass by Fleming to wide receiver Travis Harvey, and (f) led for first time at 14-10. The third quarter saw both .... teams score again. Fleming hit Harvey on a 9-yard pass and Cheung scored on a 22-yard run. The two-point attempt by Delaware State was no good for a 21-16 score going into the fourth. In the fourth quarter, FAMU used a 29-yard field goal by Chase V amador to increase the lead to 24-16. Delaware State used a 5-yard run by Nagee Jackson to cut the lead to 24-22. The earlier missed 2-point attempt came back to haunt as the Hornets had to try it after this score. It failed again and F AMU ran out the over the last four minutes. Harvey was the recipient of 11 of Fleming's passes for 122 yards. The FAMU defense gave up 162 yards rushing with Cheung getting 135 yards on 18 carries. There were no turnovers by either team. F AMU travels to Atlanta next Saturday afternoon for the annual Atlantic Classic against the Southern University Jaguars of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Jaguars are going through some turmoil, having recently fired head coach Stump Mitchell. w > w c w (/) TSU Turns Out To Be The 'Baddesr Of The Cats ::J ID ::::: D. z t= w ..J ..J ::::: m BY TED TAYLOR The penchant to spot the opponent a big lead than roar back came back to bite the Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats on Saturday after noon in Municipal Stadium. irl In both of its wins this seaZ son, .B-CU spotted the oppo t= nent big leads then roared to ffi victory But this time, the (/) Hall of Fame game crowd of
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m Brother 01 Ravens WR Raiders Torrev Smith Killed on CVcle '::an::: TORREY SMITH Wide receiver Torrey Smith scored a touchdown for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night, less than 24 hours after his younger brother was killed in a motor cycle accident. Tevin Chris Jones, 19, died late Saturday night in Westmoreland County in northeast Virginia. He was riding his motorcycle on Route 672 when he ran off the right side of the roadway and struck a utility pole, according to Virginia State Police. Aft HI m Smith was notified at the er I team hotel in Baltimore shortly after 1 a.m. and ::u immediately left to be with N his family. Smith was told by en Ravens coach John Harbaugh that the decision N to play Sunday night against the New England Patriots would be entirely up to him. Smith returned to the Ravens late Sunday afternoon, participated in warmup drills and started the game. In the second quarter, he caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Joe Fiacco to beat New England's 31-30. Jones was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. He was wearing a helmet, and alcohol was not a factor. The accident is under investiga tion. Early Sunday, Smith post ed on his Twitter account: "I can't believe my little brother is gone ... be for your ones and tell them you love them ... this is the hardest thing ever." DARRIUS HEYWARD-BEY Oakland Raiders receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey was taken to the hospital with a neck injury Sunday after a helmet-to helmet hit from Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Mundy that was not penaliz ed "T1 r-0 :2 0 )It en m Reds'BakerBackln Cincinnati After Four-oav Hospital Stav In Chicago Heyward-Bey was running across the end zone early in the fourth quarter of Oakland's 34-31 victory to catch a pass from Carson Palmer when Mundy launched his body and lowered his helmet into Heyward-Bey's facemask. Heyward-Bey's neck jerked violently and his head also crashed into the ground as he lost consciousness The pass was incomplete. HELENA We gave you a new face for Friday's Spotlight feature, and it worked, because everyone is demanding to see her again as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. In case you missed Helena Friday, here s a quick recap. Her favorite star is Beyonce, and her hobbles are scrapbook ing, modeling, and collecting Betty Boop memo. rabilia. In the future, Helena said she wants to accomplish more within her career as a model. Her philosophy of life is: "Life is a beach. Sometimes the water gets rough and sometimes It's as calm as Aaliah's voice." The man In Helena's life must be tall, dark, handsome, God fearing, understanding, a hard worker, provider, be family oriented, and not afraid to show his sensitive side. Congratulations to Helena as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. z m r-aJ c: r r-!!l Dusty Baker was hospitalized in Chicago last Wednesday with symptoms from an irregular heartbeat. CINCINNATI -Reds manager Dusty Baker returned to Cincinnati on Sunday after spending four days in a Chicago hospital getting treated for an irregu lar heartbeat. Baker missed the Reds' 6o win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday that clinched the NL Central title. Doctors wanted to keep him one more night to make sure he had fully recovered. The 63-year-old manager was released from the hospi tal on Sunday. He met with players in the clubhouse at Great American Ball Park after batting practice, but didn't stay around for a game against the Dodgers. The Reds are off on Monday, giving Baker a day to rest before the start of a home series against Milwaukee. "I'm managing tonight and hopefully with the day off tomorrow and him getting a good, relaxing night at home, (we'll) come back on Tuesday and see how he feels," bench coach Chris Speier said. "So yeah, it's great news." 4Lon u Island Universitv Basketball Plavers Suspended After Brawl Four Long Island University basketball players have been suspended after they were arrested on charges of assault in a brawl with the track team. The fight broke out during a welcome-back party for stu dents at the Brooklyn campus last weekend. Police say the four players were arrested Thursday after the track team members filed complaints. They were not seriously injured but were taken to a hospital. The arrested players included Julian Boyd, a forward who was named the Northeast Conference player of the year last year, and two high scorers, Jamal Olaswere and Troy Joseph. The fourth player is C.J. Garner. The team is ranked No. 1 in the confer ence. The school's provost says no other students were impli cated. Smith Inducted Into Broncos' RinaOIFame ROD SMITH The Denver Broncos honored Rod Smith in a halftime ceremony Sunday, inducting the undrafted wide receiver into the team's Ring of Fame. Smith became the 23rd member of the Broncos to have his name etched into the inner facade encircling Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The crowd gave him a standing ovation when his name was unveiled. There was a video tribute to Smith in which former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan talked about the attributes of Smith, who was an unheralded wideout out of Missouri Southern and went on to set every major receiv ing record in franchise history. Smith guided Denver to seven postseason appearances, three AFC West crowns and two Super Bowl titles. His last season was 2006 as an aching hip forced him to the sideline. GrandKrewe deLibertalia P. 0. 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Nr-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Memoriam/Cards of Thanks Local molY MEMORIEs Father Savs Son's ROSA LEEWARD September 25, 1922 -September 20, 2003 When you completed all that God had for you to do on earth, you joined Him in heaven. '"" A place was prepared for you and it was filled with many treasures. You were welcomed in God's house and He said, "I LL want to share it with you for eternity." Our hearts continue to grieve for your warm and caring soul, and the wonderful Mother you represented. Your memc:( ory remains present in our hearts and we thank God we were blessed with a beautiful mother, grandmother, and great '"" grandmother. 0 On September 25th, you would have celebrated your 90th tn birthday. As your time on earth has ended, now you celebrate home in heaven. tRest in peace, Sweet Lady, your life's work continues to live in all the beautiful memories. W The family. > w w C) 500l N. 40th Street CARD OF THANKS MRS. ELOIS LEEK We, the family of Mrs. Elois Leek, would like to ac knowledge with love and ap preciation the outpouring of kindness bestowed upon us during our time of sorrow. The food, visits, phone calls, monetary gifts, flowers and prayers, all helped to bring us comfort. Special thanks to: Ray Williams Funeral Home and staff, Reverend Michael B. Price and our church family of St. James A.M. E. Church, the Staff at Consulate Health Care during her 4 plus years of res idency there, and Melech LifePath Hospice House. From, the Leek and De lancy family. Tampa, Florida 33610 PERRY HAYNES The family of the late Perry Haynes, greatly appreciates your kind expressions of sym pathy in our great loss. Your thoughts and efforts were greatly appreciated. We would like to give spe cial thanks to Sister Margaret Stevens, Worthy Matron and the sisters of Living Princess 308. Thank you for keeping us in your thoughts and prayers. ADEN fUNERAl HOME Andrew Miguel Hancock, III (Buka). AliENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Gwendolyn Brown, Tampa. Mr. Osmond Dilbert, Tampa. Mrs. Ela V. Fortilus, Tampa. Mr. Eddie Simpson, Tampa. EASTSIDE fUNERAl HOME Minister Larry R. Walls, III, 1501 S. 78th Street, Tampa. GUDES fUNERAl HOME Mrs. Carrie Brewer, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Carolyn Louis, Tampa. Mr. Albert Wright, Tampa. BIY Wlli.IAIIS FUNERAL HIIE Ms. Rosa M. Holland, Jack sonville, FL. Mr. James Strong, Land O'Lakes, FL. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Angelic D. Findley, Tampa. WILSON FINEIII.IIIE Ms. Gwendolyn P. Hill, Seffner, FL. Mr. Hen V. Huynh, Tampa. Ms. Ann Moore, St. Petersburg, FL. Shooting Death was An Accident At 1:23 a. m. Sunday, Tampa Police were called to the area of East Chelsea and Booker T. Drive after a 9-1-1 call was made of a male that had been shot. When officers arrived, they found a young Black male lying in the driveway of a home with a gunshot wound to the head. He was transported to a local hospital and pronounced dead on arrival. The young male was later identified as 17-year-old An drew Hancock, III. According to his father, Andrew Hancock, Sr., his son and a friend had been tus sling over a gun when it dis charged and struck Hancock in the head. Police are investigating the incident as an accidental shoot ing at this time. Hancock said his son was a student at Chamberlain High School, and was looking for ward to his school's upcoming Homecoming Day celebration. "He had just taken his sen ior class photos, and was ex cited about graduating and joining the U.S. Army." Hancock said his son had just recently reunited with his older brother after three years, National ANDREW HANCOCK, III and the two were planning to spend a lot of time together. "Andrew loved being with his brother and sisters, and sports. "He had made some mis takes in his life, but was really doing everything right. He worked at a local Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant, and enjoyed his job." Mr. Hancock said his son had spent the weekend at his friend's house. The family has asked Aden Funeral Home to help them with arrangements. Hancock said the family had no insurance on Andrew at the time of his death, and if anyone wants to help with fu neral arrangements, call him at (813) 770-1480. Voting laws Mav Disentranchise 10 Million Hispanic u. s. Citizens WASHINGTONNew voting laws in 23 of the 50 states could keep more than 10 million His panic U.S. citizens from regis tering and voting, a new study said on Sunday, a number so large it could affect the outcome of the November 6 election. The Latino community ac counts for more than 10 percent of eligible voters nationally. But the share in some states is high enough that keeping Hispanic voters away from the polls could shift some hard-fought states from support for Democratic President Barack Obama and help his Republican rival, Mitt Romney. The new laws include purges of people suspected of not being citizens in 16 states that unfairly target Latinos, the civil rights group Advancement Project said in the study to be formally re leased on Monday. Laws in effect in one state and pending in two others re quire proof of citizenship for voter registration. That imposes onerous and sometimes expen sive documentation require ments on voters, especially targeting naturalized American citizens, many of whom are Latino, the liberal group said. Nine states have passed re strictive photo identification laws that impose costs in time and money for millions of Lati nos who are citizens but do not yet have the required identifica tion, it said. Republican-led state legisla tures have passed most of the new laws since the party won sweeping victories in state and local elections in 2010. They say the laws are meant to prevent voter fraud; critics say they are designed to reduce turnout among groups that typically back Democrats. Decades of study have found virtually no use of false identifi cation in U. S. elections or vot ing by non-citizens. Activists say the bigger problem in the United States, where most elec tions see turnout of well under 6o percent, is that eligible Americans do not bother to vote. Nationwide, polls show Pres. Obama leading Romney among Hispanic voters by 70 percent to 30 percent or more, and winning that voting bloc by a large margin is seen as an im portant key to Pres. Obama winning re-election. The Hispanic vote could be crucial in some of the battle ground states where the election is especially close, such as Ne vada, Colorado and Florida. For example, in Florida, 27 percent of eligible voters are Hispanic. With polls showing Pres. Obama's re-election race against Romney very tight in the state, a smaller turnout by Hispanic groups that favor Pres. Obama could tilt the vote toward the Republican

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Nationa Gang Member To Be bonerated 01 Murder After Nearlv 20 Years John Edward Smith posing with his grandmother, Laura Neal. LOS ANGELES Prosecutors are going to court Friday to seek dismissal of charges against a former gang member con victed of a drive-by murder in a gang infested neighborhood of Los Angeles 19 years ago. John Edward Smith, who was 1 8 when he went to prison, was due in court with his lawyers. Sources in the district attorney's office said that they expect his case against the now 38-year-old Smith to be dis missed. Smith admitted he was a gang member at the time of the 1993 shooting that killed one man and injured another, but he maintained he was not involved in the shooting and was not present in the area when it hap pened. He was quickly convicted of murder and attempted murder. Smith's exoneration was pursued by Innocence Matters, a Torrance, Calif., public interest law firm. Attorney Deirdre O'Connor, who heads the group, said the sole witness whose testimony convicted Smith recently admitted he had lied at the trial. The wit ness was the shooting vic tim who survived. Prosecutor wants Travvon Manin's School Records Kept Secret TRAYVON MARTIN Assistant State Attorney Bernie de Ia Rionda is appealing to Circuit Judge Debra S. Nelson and ask ing that all record subpoenas on Trayvon Martin filed by lead prosecutor Mark O'Hara be kept a secret. De Ia Rionda has no qualms with Mr. O'Mara digging up records on Trayvon Martin, as long as those records are kept a secret in order to avoid media frenzy that can inadvertently influence public perception, and sway potential jurors in favor of Zimmerman. De Ia Rionda, is accusing O'Mara of trying to damage Trayvon's reputa tion by using his law firm 's website to publicize the sub poenas. De Ia Rionda also said of O'Mara, he is not allowed to chum the waters and then, by innuendo or otherwise, to publish irrele vant items ... to the media in an attempt to influence public perception or other wise curry favor with poten tial jurors." GUNZ A HII!2U liM II women VIP style oonceeled weepone permit claalll Our goella to teach women the bMic knowledge akilla and ettitude r-..-y for owMig and uelng a gun aafely ae well aa how to pepper epray and etun gunel --..&WUPGI CLASS ctSn sa ..... ,.. .. l'tCIM: ..... Slfltr a.- Rw far lllulfs Rw IMI Sillily DVD ,. ......... "'Aarldl fhnlllld CWl Stltuln COIIclllld Clny: AI-. & CIIK IIIII lit Oplans Ale food & Drlnb fln!lnn Sltlllr. a..lc SI100IIng l'llllcllllwDI$ Pay To S.V. Your Spot Seate Are limited Contact Me At: 813-325-3998 www.facebook.oom/GunzHeelz www.twitter. Rep. Maxine Waters Cleared Bv House Ethics Commlnee WASH INGTON California Democratic R e p Maxine Waters won't be c h a r g e d REP. MAXINE with ethics WATERS violations following allegations she steered a $12 million federal bailout to a bank where her husband owns stock. House Ethics Committee members said Friday at a hearing their investigation found no violation by Waters, a senior member of the House Financial Services Committee. She could become the panel's senior Democrat next year, or the chairwoman, if Democrats win control of the House. However, the ethics panel said that Waters' chief of staff, Mikael Moore, did take actions in Congress in an attempt to help the bank and -that he violated House standards of conduct. Moore, who is also Waters' grandson, likely will receive a letter admonishing him for his conduct but will not face more severe punishment, such as a reprimand, by the full House. Armed Man AllegediJ Chats On Facebook While Holding Hostages PITTSBURGH -An armed suicidal man who held a businessman hostage inside a downtown Pittsburgh office building for more than five hours Friday posting Facebook updates during the standoff, surrendered to authorities without incident, police said. Klein Michael Thaxton, 22, surrendered just before 2 p.m., and the man he took hostage was unhurt, Police Chief Nathan Harper said. The hostage-taking on the 16th fl.oor of Three Gateway Center prompted an evacua tion while Thaxton wrote on Facebook that he had "lost everything" and that people didn't have to worry about him anymore. His friends responded by urging him to end the situa tion peacefully, including one who asked him to think of his mother A police spokeswoman identified the hostage as Charles Breitsman, owner of CW Breitsman Associates The firm runs employee-ben efits programs, but it wasn t immediately clear why he was targeted. Eric Holder, George lucas Among CBC Fou.ndation Gala Honorees U .S. Attorney General Eric Holder was honored Saturday night at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Phoenix Awards, sharing the honors with a southern mayor, a feisty congresswoman, and the man behind Star Wars. Both men served up passionate speeches in which the attorney general vowed to protect Americans' right to vote, and the filmmaker decried the continued exis tence of racism, including in Hollywood. Holder: 'I will protect voting rights' Holder received CBCF Chair's Award, "presented to an individual whose work and accomplishments stand as a: role model for the African-American commu nity," the foundation's press release said. "I want to thank you for your support during my lit tle dust-up," Holder told the audience, which includ ed the 42 Democratic mem bers of the caucus and their families, among more than 1,000 attendees at the event. It was an apparent reference to the Republican vote to hold him in contempt of Congress over the "Fast and Furious" gunwalking program, an inves tigation for which Holder was cleared this week. Much of Holder's speech focused on voting rights, however, and on his vision of his role as the nation s top cop. Attorney General Eric Holder spoke at the NAACP annual convention. "We have not fully reached the promised land," Holder said during his acceptance speech, noting the continued struggles r Americans face in advocatg ing for the most vulnerable 6 members of society," and in ::J> seeking fairness, reducing violence and protecting vot-Z ing rights. i "We cannot allow this m era to mark the beginning of a reversal of progress," c: Holder said, adding, "we J= will .not allow the voting !!I rights of citizens to be z impinged by tho_ se making "U specious arguments or seekC: ing political advantage." "This is not a Democratic tn issue or a Republican issue, ffi it's an American issue. And C let me be clear: as long as I am the attorney general of m the United States, the right to vote will be protected," -t Holder said to applause. First Lady Michelle en Obama delivered the keynote speeclr for the < )> event. z c Wai-Man To Hire 50,000 For Holidav Season :::D c NEW YORK Wal-Mart Stores Inc. says it expects to hire more than 50,000 tem porary employees this holi day season and will be offer ing more hours to its exist ing workers. The world s largest retailer, based in Bentonville, Ark., says that this year's holiday hiring will be up slightly from last year, although it declined to give a precise figure for the increase. The discounter operates more than 4,000 stores in the U.S. and employs about 1.4 million people nationwide. Wal-Mart's announcement Friday follows one by Kohl's earlier last week indicating its stores will be hiring more than 52,700 people, up more than 10 percent from last year. ..... ....,

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Man Wounded After Shots Fired Into Vehicle w w en call on a report of a shootc en w ;::) RASHAUD ANDERSON ..... wounded in shooting. Tampa Police detectives are investigating a shooting that left a young man in serious condition. Early Saturday morning, police responded to a 9-1-1 in g. According to police, as officers arrived, they were told three men fired shots into a vehicle and they, along with the driver of the vehicle, fled the area. About three minutes later, police said the driver of the vehicle the shots were fired into came back to the area. Officers found Rashaud M. Anderson, 22, sitting in the passenger seat with a gunshot wound. He was transported to a local hospi tal and is reported to be in serious condition Police have not identified any suspects or a motive for the shooting at this time. Driver Crashes Into Tree During Police Pursuit PINELLAS COUN1Y -At Deputies said the driver refused to stop and led deputies on a pursuit. After the pursuit was terminated, deputies said the fleeing vehicle crashed into a tree. Deputies went to render aid to the occupants of the vehicle, and reported that four were hospitalized. 1 a. m. Saturday, Pinellas C County deputies tried to w make a traffic stop on a vehicle, suspecting the dri ::::i ver of being impaired. The driver of the vehicle, identified as Joshua Hall, 22, is reported to be in serious condition. The other three occupants suffered minor injuries. Deputies said a search of the vehicle revealed several bags of marijuana and open containers of alcohol. m ;::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;::) m CIO ..... WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scan St. The h1nng of ala:,yer 1s an mocrtart deciSion thJt should not te cased sole 1 .pen ad.ert1sements Before you dec de as' us !o sec ,o. FREE Mitten m1omt,o qua f :a: os J'C expenerce FamiiVSues Delaware Hospital After Releasing ManTo Die In ERlobbV MELVIN DILLARD, JR. The family of 38-year-old Melvin Dillard Jr. is suing a Delaware hospital, after Dillard went to their emergency room for chest pains and was released. The problem? Dillard ended up dying of a heart attack while he was waiting for a ride home in the medical center's lobby, According to the lawsuit, the 38-year-old man was taken to Beebe Medical Center on June 26th, after he was suffering from pronounced chest pains. The EMS workers observed that Dillard demonstrated all of the signs that point to an impending heart attack. The young man had an abnormal EKGaswell. After being examined by the hospital staff, though, Dillard was allegedly told to go home and seek the medical services of a cardiol ogist. Dillard was then transported back to the emergency room, where he was pronounced dead. The lawsuit accuses Beebe Medical and Sussex Emergency Associates of negligence and wrongful death, with Dillard's family members seeking damages. The family also claims that Dillard should have been admitted, kept for observa,tion, and had his cardiac history considered as well. Dad Breaks Daughter's Hand Trvinu To Stop Her From Thumb-Suckinuil Orane Gowans was try ing to get his five-month-old daughter to stop sucking her thumb and so he allegedly struck the child on her hand, hoping that would stop the habit. But he ended up breaking it in several places instead. The 28-year-old was arrested and charged with child abuse. It has not been confirmed, but it is possible that the dad did not inten tionally tryand break her hand. According to the Port St. Lucie Police Department, Gowans shares a residence with his wife and three young children, all under age five. When Gowans' wife returned home after the incident had occurred, she saw that her baby's hand was swollen. When she attempted to touch the baby's hand to see what was causing it to look so puffy, the child screamed. The unidentified woman asked OKANE GOWANS her husband, who had been watching the baby, what had happened to their daughter. Authorities say that Gowans concocted a story, telling his wife that the baby had been bitten by a bug and urged her not to seek medical attention for the child. The wife decided to take the baby to the hospital where doctors discovered that the baby?s hand was broken in several spots. Police: Man Resisting Arrest Choked Ofticer DAYTONA BEACH -A fight between two people in Daytona Beach turned into a crazy day for the police. They tried to arrest the man who started the fight, but police say the man choked an officer and tried to escape by running into the ocean. That was after officers used a stun gun, pepper spray, and a baton on him, according to police. People on the beach were not expecting to see a man with a bloody face taunting police officers who were try ing to arrest him. Daytona Beach police said they tried to arrest Samuel Scott at a nearby apartment complex, where police said Scott was fight ing with his girlfriend. Police said Scott then turned his attention on SAMUEL SCOTI them. "During this struggle, the suspect grabbed the Officer around his neck restricting his breathing for several seconds to the point where Officer almost lost consciousness," described Lt. Tom Pera, with the Daytona Beach Police Department.

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c m en c en m ., m == m m 2J 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 Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on David L. Murley, whose address is 4313 Wallace Circle. Tampa. Florida 33611, on or before October 22. 2012, and file the original with Clerk of this Court, at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 101, Tampa, Florida 33602 or P O Box 3450 Tampa, Florida 33601-4358 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fall to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the Petition. This action is asking 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 your 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 Ve>l'r R..gisl'rc:afle>ra-Ve>u hc:a"V"Ural'il Te> Te> Ve>.-. Ec::arly Ve>l'irag Fe>r c;p_.,_rc::al El-c::l'ie>n C>c::it. 28 -.... ___ 3 C>raly '1 Wlc: 1.... Fle>"riclc::a Strategic Planning Consultant Request for Proposals Solicitation NO. RFP-2012-04 September 20, 2012 The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa is seeking professional consulting services to facilitate strategic planning and update its business plan (mission vision, goals, objectives, strategies, and work plan) used for charting the future business direction of the Authority. The successful firm must be thoroughly familiar with the various rules, regulations, and programs of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, in order to facilitate executive level discussions on business approaches that will enable the Authority to continue on its quest of becoming less dependent on federal subsidy and move toward a more financially self-sufficient status while increasing and enhancing its housing resources and support services available to the local community. The selected firm must also demonstrate a familiarity with public corporate business structures, systems and applications for maximizing efficiency and effectiveness Complete details of the requirements are contained in the official Request for Proposal package Experienced Consultants may request a copy of the official Request for Proposals, on or after September 20, 2012, by contacting the THA Contracting Office at 813/341-9101 ext. g450 or by visiting the contracting offices located at 5301 West Cypress Street, Tampa, Florida 33607 All perspective Consultants must obtain an official copy of the RFP from THA in order to be considered. The deadline for submitting proposals is 2:00 P.M. (prevailing Tampa time) on October 8, 2012. I I THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF TAMPA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER BY ORDER OF JEROME D. RYANS, PRESIDENT/CEO EMPLOYMENT Associate Director of Ulnries (Job # 0192) II Scieace Technology,...._ (Job# 0193) Dade Oty Ccuapts Pusco-Hemondo (ommunily College (PHCC) is ht me inbtrotioo Wsit OtK website of IWNI.phcc.edufjObs_ Appli
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LEGAL NOTICES II la.=-1 II HOMES FOR RENT II c a: II. c z 4( c 0 w ::::) tw > w c w :1: 0 :J m ::::) Q. z i= w _, _, ::::) m _, w z i= z w 0 a: 0 _, II. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA CASE N0.12CA 6505 SECTION R FIDELITY BANK OF FLORIDA N.A ., Plainti ff, vs. FRONTAGE HOSPITALITY L.L.C., A FLORIDA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY; STATE OF FLORIDA, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR ; STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE; PUGET SOUND LEASING CO., INC. A/KIA PUGET SOUND EQUIPMENT LEASING COMPANY, INC.; AND LEAF FUNDING, INC., Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above-entitled cause in the Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida, Pat Frank, Clerk of the Circuit Court, wlll sell the property situate in Hillsborough County Florida, descr i bed as: Commencing at the Southeast corner of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 20, Township 28 South Range 22 East Hillsborough County, Florida run then N 01 E1 0'28 W., a l ong the East boundary of theSE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 20, a distance of 489.54 feet; thence West a d i stance of 30 00 feet to the West right-of-way of Shannon Avenue and the Point of Beginning ; run thence S 65E56 '51' W., a d i stance of 343 n feet; thence N 24E03 '09' w., a distance of 427 00 feet; thence N 65E56 '51' E., a distance of 145 00 feet ; thence N 24E03'09' W a distance of 163.00 feet to the Southerly right-of-way of South Frontage Road ; thence N 65E56 '51' E., a distance of 100 00 feet to the point of curvature of a curve concave to the Southeast having a radius of 2829.49 feet ; thence Northeasterly along the arc of said curve, a d i stance of 100.01 feet through a central angle of 02E01'30', and a chord bearing N 66E57 36 E., a distance of 100 00 feet ; thence S 24E03'09' E a distance of 161. 23 feet ; thence N 65E56'51' E., a distance of 178.95 feet to the West right-of-way of Shannon Avenue ; thence S. 01 E10'28' E a distance of 463 .46 feet to the Point of Beginning. Property Address: 301 South Frontage Road, Plant City, FL 33563-1915 at public sale pursuant to Administrat i ve Order No. S-2012-038 which may be viewed at http;Uwww fljud13.orgadmjnorders.btm The sale will be held online beginning at 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Time) at http://www.hillsborough.realforeclose,com on October 16, 2012 to the highest and best b i dder for cash ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. DATED this 20th day of September. 2012. MILLER CROSBY & MILLER, P.A. /si_Richard A Miller Richard A Miller, Esquire FBN 328911 Post Office Box 8169 Lakeland, FL 33802-8169 (863) 688-7038 (863) 688-2619 FAX Primary E-Mail: rmiller@mcmpalaw.com Secondary E-Mail: laycock@mcmpalaw.com Attorney for Plaintiff ATTN : PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICiPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING YOU ARE ENTITLED AT NO COSTS TO YOU TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY COURTHOUSE 800 E. TWIGGS ST., ROOM 604 TAMPA FLORIDA 33602, (813) 272-7040, AT LEAST 7 DAYS BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED COURT APPEARANCE, OR IMMEDIATELY UPON RECEIVING THIS NOTIFICATION IF THE TIME BEFORE THE W SCHE4DULED APPEARANCE IS LESS THAN 7 DAYS ; I F YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. 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m tn II tn m 161 40th & Busch Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Totally Remodeled WDH $625.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Section 8 Welcome (813) 601-3101 Ybor Apartments 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $550.00/Monthly Includes Water Deposit Required Other 1 Bedrooms And Studios Available (813) 318-1523 (201) 819-5265 1411 & 1413 E. Mohawk Newly Remodeled Courtyard Apartments 2 Bedrooms Quiet And Peaceful From $750.00 No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome (813) 774-1044 Very, Very Quite Bright And Clean 1 00% Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675 Moves You lnl 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11717 North 14th Street (14th Street And Fowler) Now Leasing Cinnamon Cove Apartments $199.00 Move-In Special 1 And 2 Bedrooms Available Now For Immediate Move Section 8 Welcome Se Habla Espailol Contact Us At (813) 971-5254 Ybor City 3 Bedroom Upstairs Apartment $595.00/Monthly $600.00/Deposit II Central Air/Heat And WSG North 15th Street (813) 506-3603 1516 Columbus Drive Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath New Wood Floors $700.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Includes Hot Water, Cable (813) 209-3289 Studio Apartment For Rent Water, Electric And Cable Included 1 Month Rent Plus Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 236-2395 North Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplexes 1 For $600 00/Monthly $500 00/Security Each Call (813) 363-8094 New Duplex 32151f.z N. 49th St. Apt #0 Highland Pines Only $595 00 2/1 WID Hook-up Includes Water Call (813) 695-8718 1011 E. Bougainvillea Will Accept 1 Bedroom Voucher Beautiful 2 Bedroom Duplex Quiet, Fenced Yard Section 8 0 Deposit (813) 264-9660 II Section 8 Only 0 Deposit $100.00 Move-In Special 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA,WDH Large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 10005 North 14th Street #A 2/1-Duplex W/DH, CHA Paid Water/Sewer $350.00/Deposit Section 8 Welcomed (813) 986-3205 (813) 31 o-&598 Section 8 Special Will Accept 1 Bedroom Voucher To 2 Bedroom Duplex With Washer And Dryer Newly Decorated Fenced Yard Water, Sewer, Trash Included 1418 E. Bougainvillea Ave. 813-545-3925 Se Habla Espanol II ROOMS FOR RENT II 101 0 East 22nd Avenue Furnished Room A/C And Cable $350.00/Monthly New Wood Floors Includes Utilities And Cable (813) 209-3289 Looking For Responsible Roommate Free Rent Exchanged For Cleaning House 1 Child OK Internet And Cable Included Call Ron (813) 335-6982 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furnished, CHA WID, Cable All Utilities Paid Next To Bus Lines Quiet Neighborhood $120 00/Weekly Private Entrance (813) 478-1286 Available Room For Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1000 East 26th Avenue Please Call (813) 494-3343 Furnished Rooms For Rent Males Preferred Cable A/C, Utilities Included Clean And Quiet $11 0.00/Weekly Call (813) 690-2833 Gann & Gann Rentals 806 Florlbraska Avenue Rooms For Rent $305.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Background Check Call (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813} 949-8997 Busch Gardens Large $125.00 Small $11 0.00 Weekly Plus Deposit Furnished Must Be Employed Or Receiving Benefits No Drugs/Smokers Christian Preferred (813) 466-5003 (727) 709-2789 Large $125.00/Weekly $125.00/Deposit Small $115 00/Weekly $115.00/Deposit Older Adults Preferred Must Be Employed Or Receiving Benefits No Drugs/Kids Allowed 813-431-1310 Belmont Heights Estate Area 1 Bedroom left Private Home Fenced Yard All Utilities Paid $400.00/Monthly $200.00/Deposit Call Tony (813) 476-8496 II AIR CONDITIONING II Tarpley's AI Sales & Service New & Used Financing Available Call (813) 238-7884 Lie 11815130 APPLIANCE REPAIRS Dryer Repair Does Your Dryer Not Spin Or Heat? Does It Squeak? I Can Fix It! Also, Used Appliances For Sale Call (813) 574-9052 "U -t m m m :a N .!" N 0 .... N "11 r-0 :a g tn m z :::! z m r-m c: r rz ., c: m r-u; % m c II BEDS FOR SALE m II Beds Bunk Beds $200.00 Twin $60.00 Full $65.00 Queen $ 75.00 King $100.00 & Up Call (813) 31 G-0991 C! m tn ,.. z c "11 :a 6

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