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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c c a: SEE PAGE 18 Q ....1 u.. .. VOL. 68 NO. 35 TUESDAY DECEMBER 18, 2012 24 PAGES 75C Business leader Well-Known Tampa Teen Charged As Uoiospired Bv Plaos Native Dies Suddenlv Adult In Murder Of For West Tampa In California Securitv Guard SEE PAGE 10 SEE PAGE 2 SEE PAGE 2 1946 HIGH SCHOOl GRADUATES ENJOY CH lUNCHEON The 1946 Middleton and Don Thompson High Schools graduates gathered at The Open Cafe recently to enjoy their Christmas luncheon. The graduates were joined by other class member representatives, family members and friends. Graduates seated on the front row are: Harry Morris, Ernest Calhoun, Dorothy S. Farmer, Alice V. Wade, Peggy Jo Jones, Eva Mae Thomas and Benjamin F. Stephenson. They were joined by Michael Moore, Ouida Hilton, Ida Johnson, Bertha Gary, Verdell M. Reaves, Karen Saunders, Rosebud Stephenson, Kathy Stephenson, Percy Farmer and Michael Morris. (Photograph by BRUNSON)

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Features Father, Stepso Charged In Bus Stooanack JONTAE DIU..LANO faciD& ... with qgnvated battery cbarze A Hillsborough County man and his juvenile stepson were arrested Thursday. The two are accused of attacking a 13-year-old boy at the school bus stop. According to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, the incident took place c around 8:30 a.m. at the it school bus stop at 7710 LL Causeway Blvd. Police said Jamal <1: Shields, 30, drove his step son, Jontae Dellano, 14, to C the bus stop knowing that Dellano had a weapon in his possession. The weapon was a sock that contained pad locks inside it. The weapon is known on the streets as a "sock-n-lock. Once they arrived at the bus stop, Shields allegedly encouraged Dellano to at tack 13-year-old Raheem Servk:e Support .., from the begiiISJ to the end. Spinal ...... Neck Pain Beck Pain Hlp Pain Leg Pain JAMAL SHIELDS ... fadna qgnvated battery and contributing to tb. e deUnquency of a minor charges Davis. During the attack, Shields watched as Del lano brutally attack Davis and did not attempt to stop the attack. After the attack was over, Shields drove Del lano back home, police said. Police said the attack stemmed from a fight two weeks earlier that took place at school. Both students at tend AMI Kids, fo rmerly known as Tampa Marine In stitute. Davis was transported to a local hospital, where he was treated and released. Dellano was arrested and charged with aggravated battery. Shields was ar rested and charged with ag gravated battery and contributing to the delin quency of a minor. Shields was released on an $8,ooo bond. Don't be wlctlmlz&d twice for an accident that WW1't yocr fUt" Call Michelle B. Patty N Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-86&-352-4200 w Go To YouTube and Pli1Ch The Patty Shuffle <.:J Avalable 24 Holn A 7 Days A Week Popular Tampa Native Dies In California As a small child growing up in Central Park Village, Jessie B. "Jet Set" Hudson loved to venture onto Central Avenue to see people like James Brown, B. B. King, Sam Cooke, Jackie Wilson, and man y others. His dream was to someday be a big entertainer and put Tampa on the map. According to family members, Jet Set, who lived in Pasadena, California, stopped by a con venience store close to midnight on December 1Jth. His sister, Shirley Coleman, said Jet Set went into the store and purchased an Alka Seltzer, a bottle of water, and some milk. "The clerk in the store said he was sweating really bad, and was in a hurry. "The clerk said he paid for the items with a $20, and ran out to his car before receiving his change. When the clerk ran out to his car to give him his change, he found Jessie B. slumped to one side inside his car." Ms. Coleman said when paramedics arrived on the scene minutes later, he was pronounced dead. Preliminary indications are Jet Set died of a heart attack. JESSIE B. "'JET SET" HUDSON Jet Set endeared himself to the people of Tampa and would often return to his hometown from Hollywood to share his experience, and to reach out to those in need. "He was always trying to help people, al though he didn' t have that much himself," said Ms. Coleman. ington, D.C. to see the unveiling of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. monument, traveled to Denv er, Color ado for the Democratic National Conven tion, and was always act ive in community affairs e vents including the ongoing case of Trayvon Martin. He always remembered growing up in a big family and how things were scarce. That's why he always tried to help others, and most of the time, it was people he didn't even know. "Jessie B. had a Jot of friends, and he was talking about how disappointed he was that he couldn t come home to see the building being named in honor of Ms. Essie Mae Reed. "He was looking forward to his birthday on January 18th, and was making plans to return to Tampa for the MLK Parade. He was also con cerned about the shooting at the school in Con necticut, because he has friends there." "I spoke to him last week, and since then, I hadn't been able to contact him. It wasn't like him to not return a phone call, so I knew some thing wasn t right." Ms. Coleman said their entire family is dev astated, and they will be returning Jet Set to Tampa for services. Jet Set made sure he witnessed historical events of Black achievements. He went to WashTeen Charged As Adult In Securitv Guard Murder BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A teenager accused of mur der has been charged as an adult The case went before the Hillsborough County Grand Jury on Thursday. The Grand Jury i ndicted Larry Donell Brown, 16, on a charge of first-degree murder in connection with the death of 38-year-old Michael Valentin. Last Friday after noon, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office moved Brown from the Juvenile Detention Center to the Hillsborough County Jail. According to the Tampa Po lice Department, the 21st mur der in the City of Tampa took place when Critical Interven tion Services (CIS) Security Guard Michael Valentin died during an attempted rob bery. Police believe Brown was attempting to take Valentin's handgun How ever, he fled the scene after the shooting without taking the gun. The murder took place at the Grand Oaks Apartments Complex, 2402 E. Hanna Av-MICHAEL VALENTIN Killed November 21, 2012 enue. The murder took place shortly after 7:30 p. m., Thanksgiving Eve. Valentin was employed as an armed CIS Security Guard for the com plex. Valentin was shot in the upper body. When police ar rived, they discovered Valentin's body. His firearm was still in the holster. Valentin, who was married and the father of two children, was working an extra shift that night. The shooter left his bicycle behind as he fled the scene. Investigators were able to velop a positive DNA match from the bicycle. LARRY DO NELL BROWN .. facing first-degree murder charge as an adult Brown was reportedly vis iting a female acquaintance who lives in the apartment complex on the night of the shooting. He was arrested a week after the shooting. Brown has a criminal record that began when he was to-years-old. He has been ar rested more than 36 times dur ing the last 6 years. In addition to the first-de gree murder charge, the Grand Jury indicted Brown on charges of attempted robbery, g rand theft of a firearm two counts of robbery, and three counts of being a felon in pos session of a firearm.

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-f ffi ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 Retired Tampa Educator Dies It 95 A retired Tampa educator died quietly at home on Thursday. Mrs. Marie Hart Sheehy was 95 years old. A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Mrs. Sheehy moved to Tampa more than 6o years ago. Married to the late Professor Joseph V. Sheehy, she was the mother of two, Dr. Ronald Sheehy and Ms. Ronetta Sheehy. Mrs. Sheehy held undergraduate degrees from Bethune-Cookman College, and Tuskegee Institute. She earned her Master' s Degree in Education from Columbia Univer sity. After relocating to Tampa, Mrs. Sheehy became a member of the Hillsborough County Classroom Teachers. She retired as a Reading Specialist at College Hill Elementary School after many years of dedicated service. She was a member of St. Paul A. M. E Church Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, and a former president of the Hillsborough County Teacher's Association. MRS. MARIE HART SHEEHY April 2, 1917 -Dec. 13, 2012 She was a champion of Civil Rights and a firm believer in the value of an education. Mrs. Sheehy was the founder of the Jr. survived by 7 grandchildren, 7 great grandchil dren, and 3 great, great grandchildren, among other family members and friends. Cotillion Debutante Ball and the La Sans Souci Bridge Club, of which she was a founding member. A Memorial Service will be held for Mrs. When time allowed, Mrs. Sheehy also en joyed swimming, cooking, and dancing. Sheehy on Thursday, December 27th, 5 p.m., at Mount Olive A. M E. Church, 1902 W. LaSalle St. Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. In addition to her children, Mrs. Sheehy is School Shooting Vibrates Throughout Countrv On Monday morning the first of the funerals for 20 children killed Friday took place. The children were killed after an armed gunman went to their elementary school and opened fire in New Town Connecticut. Six adults were also killed in the massacre Two people sur vived the shooting. The shooting took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School. All of the young vic tims were 6 and 7 years old. President Responds "We've endured too many of these tragedies in the past few years. And each time I learn the news I react not as a President, but as anybody e ls e would as a parent. I know there's not a parent in America who doesn t feel the same overwhelming grief that I do. As a country, we have been through this too many times Whether it's an ele mentary school in Newtown or a shopping mall in Oregon, or a temple in Wisconsin, or a movie theater in Aurora, or a street corner in Chicago -these neighborhoods are our neighborhoods, and these children are our children. And we're going to have to come together and take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this, re gardless of the politics." The shooting has resulted in schools throughout the country taking proactive roles to step up security. Locally, the Hillsborough County School District re leased the following state ment: "The Hillsborough County School Superintend ent MaryEllen Ella has been in contact with Hills borough County Sheriff David Gee and Tampa Po lice Chief Jane Castor, and they are planning to have a greater law enforcement presence at our schools, espe cially our elementary schools, on Monday." In addition, the scltool district Head of Psychological Services has been sharing tips with principals and has made plans for school psy chologists to be ready to re spond, if necessary. Mayor Bob said, "As the father of two el ementary school children, I cannot imagine the pain of the parents of these innocent victims. To know that these families will spend their hol idays burying their children and loved ones as a result of another incident of senseless gun violence is beyond com prehension. The body of the gunman, identified as Adam Lanza, 20, was found at the school as well. His mother, Nancy Lanza, was an avid gun col lector. She was the first to die. Her body was found at her residence. She had been shot multiple times in the head. 211h Annual ling Breakfast St. Petersburg -The National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) St. Petersburg Metropolitan Section will host the 27th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Breakfast. The breakfast will be held on Monday, January 21, 2013, 7:30 a. m. at the Historic St. Petersburg Coliseum, 535 4th Avenue North, St. Petersburg. Proceeds from the breakfast are used to benefit the Human Services Programs of the National Council of Negro Women St. Petersburg and restoration of the Historic NCNW Fannye A Pon der House, 1835 9th Avenue South, St Petersburg. For additional information, please call 727 -8966556 or email MLKbfastStPete@aol.com. SchooiShoounu Prompts Tampa Woman To Hold March ::D MS. ROSE DAVIS WILUAMS ... Planning march BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor When Ms. Rose Davis Williams heard about the deadly school shooting in Connecticut on Friday, she started praying. She said she prayed because she realizes that a tragedy such as this could happen here. "It could happen anywhere and anytime. We have to start giving God more honor. I've been talking to kids about God and about worshipping Him." Ms. Williams said her life is a testimony of the power of God. "I was on the streets and God pulled me in. He is holding on to me." She further stated that she would like to hold a march in memory of the 20 children and 6 adults killed. However, she has never done this type thing before and hopes sorrte-1 one in the community will help her. She wants the march to 'TI begin at Main Street and b Howard Avenue to Main Street and Blvd. ,.. A Tampa native Ms. 0 WUiiams, 60, attended Blake High School, but ::::! graduate. She is a member Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church and said she the first person to start cooking on Main Street. "' "Everyone knows me. I sell ::::! Mama Rose 's Famous Peanuts Z cooked with neck bones," she said. Anyone wishing to coiJttact 1 Ms. Williams can reach :Z: at (813) 601-4017. m < m Meeti c! Housln llthorltV Maadng The regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Tampa is scheduled for ,.. z c Wednesday, December 19, 2012, 8 a. m., at the Gardens South Bay 6720 S Lois Ave Tampa (33616) c The meeting is open to the public !( Dr. Hazel S. Harvey is chairman of the Board of Commis sioners and Jerome D. Ryans is President/CEO. C) m w

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i Editorials/Columns / SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) '2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tueeday and Friday By FLORIDA SENT1NEL BUU.ET1N PUBlJSHMitG Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Assoc:iatlou (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send AddrMa Change To: Florlde Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3383 T-.e, FL 33101 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. 8lyUie AndiWWe 1tl01 (1145) C. Jr. (1trn) 8. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS II, PRESIOENTICOHTROU.EA ALUSOH WEU..S-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES. EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY I!DITOR BETTY DAWKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS. CIRCULATION MANAGER TOVNETTA COBB, PAODUCT10N MANAGER LAVORA EDWAAOS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subect1ptlone $44 00.. Months !loth Editions: S87 .oo-Pw y.., Both EdlliOna. Oplnlc>nae.,-on __ .,. __ byCo4-... o.-twr-., donot-ly -the edit--. ... lloe,_--...... --. legislative Raises: A Slap In De Face F r State w rkers o T A lhile we do not begrudge any company or orH:; Y t' ganization that can afford to give its employ e ees substantial pay raises, however, we are :i surprised over recent State Republican legisla tors who have given staff members and new hires o hefty raises for this fiscal year. ffi Ask other State of Florida employees what they think, and you'll discover they are not happy rc since most of them have not had a raise in six w years. [ij Consequently, for most State employees, Reo publican legislators' ingrown kindness is like watching other folks eat steak while you're munching on a tuna fish sandwich. m We certainly hope Senator Dan Gaetz and House Speaker Will Weatherford's constituency z keep in mind how insensitive their representa fii tives have been. ::t The fact that legislative aides and chiefs of staff could ea.rrt more than state workers who super ...J vise hundreds of workers is a slap in the face. w z i= z w en C a: 0 ...J u. Santa Comas To Tampa perhaps, Mayor Bob Buckhorn has never thought of himself as one of Santa's little helpers, however, one cannot help, but conclude our City-by-the-Bay must have been good as far as Santa is concerned, due to a Christmas list of occurrences that have come Tampa's way. Let's begin with an across-the-board accept ance of an ambitious and creative plan to re-invent Downtown Tampa, something that has not been attempted since former Mayor Martinez's embrace of the Tampa 2000: Comprehensive Plan. Like sugar plums dancing around in his head, Mayor Buckhorn sees a city filled with late night restaurants packed with pedestrians along a revived and thriving Hillsborough River. Dancing like ballerinas around the timeless minarets ofthe University of Tampa (our city's international trademark), Buckhorn envisions repeated scenarios where business and culture become one, as they have tried to do in sectors like Ybor City and Old Hyde Park. w So, on this season of gifts and gratitudes, we can only say, "Thank you, Santa." IICllll [1818 -18m: Tb UICIIIIRd Post UICIII Yean By now, I hope most of you have had an opportunity to see the movie, Lincoln. The film includes scenes in which the character Elizabeth Keckley (portrayed by Gloria Reuben), Mary Todd Uncoln's seam stress, friend and aide ap pear. Having bought her free dom and that of her son, George; and having moved to Baltimore, Maryland, then Washington, D. C.; where she established a lu crative business as a seamstress in 1860, Keckley quickly gained a citywide reputation among the wives of prominent white men. Keckley was introduced to Mary Todd Uncoln by a client. Consequently, Keckley met the President's wife on March 4, 1861, the day of Abraham Uncoln's inau guration, and was hired by Mrs. Lincoln the next day as her seamstress, aide, and confidante. President Lin coln referred to Kecldey as "Madame Elizabeth," and Mrs. Uncoln referred to her as her "closest friend." Mary Uncoln was well known for her love of fash ion, and within four months, Keckley bad designed and sewn at least sixteen dresses for Mrs. Lincoln, many of which the President's wife wore for official photography sessions. Moreover, Kecldey's other duties were to help look after the Un colns' two young sons, to serve as Mrs. Lincoln's dresser, and to help plan and prepare for official recep tions and other social events. In spite of Mary Lincoln's reputation as "diffi cult," "high-strung," "crazy," "abrasive," "flighty," and other negative terms, Keckley was said to be Mrs. Un coln's "best" and "only friend." In all probability, Keckley and Mary Todd Lincoln forged a bond when they both experienced the loss of their sons, George Keckley and William Liricoln. Keckley's son, George, who en listed in the Union Army as a white man soon after the beginning of the Civil War, was killed in action the sum merof1861. In 1862, Keckley and Frederick Douglass founded the Contraband Re lief Association to provide food, shelter, clothing and educational programs for freed slaves migrating to the North and wounded Black Civil War soldiers. The Lin colils, Keckley's white pa trons, well-to-do" Blacks and Northern sympathizers funded the organization, which soon changed its name to Ladies Freedmen and Soldiers Relief Organization. After President Uncoln was assassinated, Kecldey remained at Mrs. Un coln's side in Washington, D. C., and traveled with her to Chicago. In 1868, Keckley pub lished her memoirs in an au tobiography, Behind The Scenes: Thirty Years as a Slave and Four Years in the White House. Publication of Keckley's book ended her friendship with Mrs. Un coln because Keckley printed letters from Mrs. Lincoln and shared per sonal information about the Uncoln family during her years at the White House. Unfortunately, Kecldey's business collapsed as pun ishment by her white pa trons, and she was criticized severely by the white press. Years later, Kecldey se cured a job as head of the Department of Sewing and Domestic Science Arts at Wilberforce University in Xenia, Ohio. In the late 1890s, Keckley moved back to Washing ton, D. C. where she died penniless at the National Home for Destitute Colored Women and Children. A dress and a quilt made by Keckley are housed in the Smithsonian American History Museum in Wash ington, D. C. and at Kent State University Museum, Xenia, Ohio. However, for a sense of the majesty of this woman, read her autobiog raphy which can be found on the Schomberg Museum website, and then review the photographs of M8ry Tood Lincoln. She is wearing Keckley's dresses. Harambee! 3fJlP1l Of ffire .. The SsnHIIBI Will Have Amended Holiday Hours and Street Distribution. Distribution Christmas Week: Sunday, Thursday, December 23rd December 27th (Tuesday Edition) (Friday Edition) All Copy Needs To Be In 1 Week In Advance. Office Will Be Closed Christmas Eve a Christmas Day.

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Beware 01 Bad Seeds The longer I live, the more I realize that the idea of somehow finding a place to live that can be considered paradise is completely implausible. The grim reality is that, regardless of how much money you possess, there is nowhere on earth a person can go to escape the brutality oflife. My somber acceptance of this fact comes to me every time I tune into the news and see crazy things happen ing jn places where, al legedly, crazy things aren't supposed to happen. At least that's what they always say. Whenever an incident takes place like the one that occurred last Friday in New Town, Connecticut, where twenty children and six adults were gunned down in side of an elementary school, a camera inevitably finds its way focused on a local resident who never fails to make the obligatory statement, "Things like this aren't sup posed to happen here." "Here" would be your typical, small, predominately white, upper middleclass, suburb. The picturesque, Norman Rockwell-stylized commu nity, where inside of every house are two parents of one or two kids and a dog named Spot. I would include the standard white picket fence, but that would be too retro. Besides, it would take away from the well-manicured lawn. This is where and nonnalness are supposed to intertwine like the fabric in a perfectly designed Cardigan sweater. But, of course, we all know that's an illusion because history tells us that inside of these mi nority-light enclaves are where real wicked deeds often occur. The only tiD:le you hear about towns like Aurora, Colorado, Clackamas, Ore gon, or New Town, is when a child raised in one of these so-called safety zones grows up and decides to take his frustrations out on those around him --a sick chicken who returns home, not to roost, but to destroy the coop Most of the individuals who live in these areas do so in an attempt to avoid the noise, pollution and crime of big cities. Plagues that, at times, appear to be included inside of lease agreements. But, compared to living in locations where a quick trip to Wal-Mart could be a matter of life or death, I think l' d rather take my chances with the car thieves, crack heads and the gang hangers who at least shoot people they know. The worse part about these senseless tragedies is the unnerving idea that there is nothing that can be done to stop this kind of random violence from happening again. I don't think it's a stretch to assume that, while you're reading this, another loser with mommy and daddy issues in any city U. S. A is sitting around, popping pills and preparing to take his turn in the psychotic spotlight. And when he does decide to strike, the only thing anyone can do to prevent themselves from becoming the next Victim in a "Breaking News" segment is to hope that, when they leave home, timing and luck are truly on their side. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, ll, 4311o-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On Ice is by the Florida. Sentinel Bulletin Publish ing Company. Prevention & Education Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (ReaO Available *Patient Relaxation President Obama Speaks To Victims' Families It NIWIIWD High School. six remarkable adults. They 5 lost their lives in a school that m could have been any school in a quiet town full of good and decent people that could be any town in America. N Here in Newtown, I come to offer the love and prayers of a nation. I am very mindful that mere words cannot match the depths of your sor row, nor can they heal your wounded hearts. PRES. BARACK OBAMA I can only hope it helps for you to know that you're not alone in your grief, that our world, too has been torn apart, that all across this land of ours, we have wept with you. We've pulled our chil dren tight. President Thank you. Obama: Thank you, Governor. To all the families, first respon ders, to the community of Newtown, clergy, guests, scripture tells us, "Do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, in wardly, we are being renewed day by day. "For light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far out weighs them all, so we fix our IBCIWSJ Pall: Wants campram si Ta IVIId Rsca Clm: 53Percem All Drill Pres. Obama An overwhelming majority of Americans want Congress and the Pres. Obama White House to reach a deal featur ing both tax increases and spending cuts to avert the so called fiscal cliff, according to the latest national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. In fact, majorities of De mocrats, Republicans and po litical independents each support such a deal. Yet respondents are split over whether any kind of agreement can be reached, and nearly seven in 10 believe that the coming year will feature Democrats and Republi cans in Congress showing little willingness to come t o an agreement on important mat ters The survey conducted a month after November's elec tion also shows a positive uptick in opinion toward President Barack Obama, and more negative views about defeated GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and the Republican Party. The poll also finds that a majority of Americans now support gay marriage. eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temp<)rary, but what is unseen is eternal. "For we know that if the earthly tent we live in is de stroyed, we have a building from God, an eternal house in heaven not built by human hands." We gather here in memory of 20 beautiful children and And you must know that whatever measure of comfort we can provide, we will pro vide. Whatever portion sadness that we can share "T1 with you to ease this heavy 6 load, we will gladly bear it. Newtown, you are not alone. g President Obaa Cries en m z Press Conlaranca On Connecticut Scho 1 Massacre President Barack Obama shed tears during a press conference addressing the horrific, incomprehensi ble school massacre in New town, Connecticut. We've endured too many of these tragedies in the past few years. And each time I learn the news I react not as a Pre sident, but as anybody else would as a parent, said President Obama. "And that was especially true today. I know there's not a parent in America who doesn't feel the same overwhelming grief that I do." As previously reported, Adam Lanza walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School where his mother was a teacher and opened fire. PRES.OBAMA Twenty-six people were killed, including 20 children. l;lis mother, Nancy Lanza, is dead. Lanza's girlfriend and an other friend were missing in New Jersey, said an official close to the investigation speaking under condition anonymity. VIrginia College Student Expelled For Racial Election Night Uproar One student has been ex pelled and three others are being punished for their roles in a racially charged uproar on a Virginia college campus the night of President Barack Obama's re-elec tion, the school said Thurs day. They were among approxi mately 40 students who gath ered outside the Minority Student Un ion at Hampden Sydney College on the night of Nov. 6 within minutes after Pres. Obama won a second term. Some shouted racial slurs, tossed bottles set off fire works and threatened phy si ca l violence. No one was injured inside the house and some l eft the building to peacefully confront the crowd as did other students. The four were found by a student court of violating the college s student code conduct, the school said in a statement Hampden -S,r doevl spokesman Thomas H. Shomo said the students are notbeiogidentified and college administrators comment on student cou verdicts. m m c r r-!!l z ., c m !: en :X: m c m < m ::D -< -4 c m (/) c )It z c "T1 ::D c

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WAYNE And UNDA Happy anniversary on our 22nd year marriage. Who did it, God did it. Wayne and Linda. .Wadding IDIIIIC mam Wedding 9-6-13. Sill Reblms After Deplavment c Anny Sgt. James N. Woodham has returned to the U Q: S. after deployment overseas at a forward operating base to I.L serve in support of Operation Enduring Freedom Operation Enduring Freedom is the official name given to c( anti-terrorism military operations involving U. S. troops and allied coalition partners. Active duty and reserve component Q members from all branches of the U. S. armed forces have been f3 deployed to support the war against global terrorism outside the borders of the United States. The U.S. troops serve i n South, Southwest and Central it Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, the Horn of Africa, islands in the Pacific, and Europe. W Woodham is an infantryman assigned to the 4th Airborne 5I Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division based at Joint Base ElmendorfRichardson, Alaska. He has served four years in the military. m S_gt. Woodham, who graduated from East Bay High School in 2003, is the son ofTracl Woodham, of Tampa, and z James Woodham, Sr., of Riverview ...J ...J m Graduates From Basic Training ...J Air National Guard Airman David A. Shamblin gradu ated from basic military training. The ceremony took place at t= Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. ifj The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program 0 that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles a: and skills. 0 He also earned four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Shamblin earned distinction as an honor graduate. He is the son of Mary Burroughs, of Tampa. Birthda_y Celebration Binhdav Celebration Tea Partv Held For Clemme Perrv Friends famil y and associate s all came out for the big birthda y celebration and tea party for Clemmie Perry. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Doris Ross-Reddick sits with her da1Jihter and honoree, Clemmie Perry. A childhood friend since the sth xrade, Carmine Wharton shared the moment with the honoree. Phyllis Reddick (sister-in-law), and Vicld Anzalone came to wish the best for the honoree. evening. Norene Copeland-Miller posed for this photo during the birthday celebration. Groups Seek Funds To -Aid Residents With Home Repairs BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer All over East Tampa are homes in dire need of repair. A lot of them belong to seniors who can t afford the repairs, and most agencies that can help them have a waiting list that stretches into 2014 East Tampa Business and Civic Association President, Dianne Hart, and C.O.AC.H. Foundation founder, Rev. W. Gray Dixon, addressed the Tampa City Council two weeks ago. Their mission was to ask the city for funds to aid in home repairs. Right now the city i s working with the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership to see what funds are available that can be used for home repairs in East Tampa, said Ms. Hart. "Any funds coming from the city can only be used for purchase rehabilitation, not rehabbing occupied dwellings. And right now, we don't know when the city plans to use those funds." Ms. Hart said hundreds of homes are impacted by the lack of funds, and some have felt the wrath of the city's Code Enforcement inspectors. Right now, the Centre for Women and Habitat hav e l on g waiting lists, and it looks lik e they won't be able to help the seniors in di r e need right now. "There is no priority system set up to put the seniors at the front. We try to look at those who need it the most, and we also think seniors need to be prioritized. Right now it's on a first come, first served basis Ms. Hart said they've asked city officials to please find funds to help the seniors, and others who can t afford to get their homes repaired. "We will eontinue to l
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HOROSCOPES Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-A partner helps you advance Look at the big picture. You're very persuasive now. Pay attention to all offers. Don't let friends spend your money. Maintain personal integrity. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Take care in negotiations. Stick to the rules, and gain more than expected. Creative ideas emerge at home; plan details before jumping into actioh. Talk to folks involved. Aquarius (Jan. 2o-Feb. 18)Travel is enticing. New friends open new doors. Take care not to lose things. A written list helps. Keep some cash in pocket. Work from home if possible Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Maintain objectivity, and let your partner take the lead. Don't talk about money now. Find what you need nearby. Friends help you advance. A quiet night's delight ful. Aries (March 21-Apri119) Grasp an opportunity. The task seems impossible. Invest in efficiency. Ask questions, and make re quests for what' s needed. Your work's drawing attention andrespect. Spirituality enriches the moment. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Finish the big job and score re ward and accolades. Don't brag, it doesn't reflect well. The more you get done, the better you feel. Travel light if possible. Gemini (May 21-June 20) .:._Don't bite the hand that feeds you. Check work orders for changes. Go for the extra bonus. Out smart the opposition. Friends help out. Get a good recommendation. Cancer (June 21-July 22) Consult a wise teacher. Listen to diverse views, even if they contradict how you thought it was. Watch for hidden agendas. Your input matters. Align logic with emotion. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)Speak your mind cheerfully. Work out philosophical differences with compassion. Don t make as sumptions. A truth gets revealed. Assess what's still needed. Listen to considerations. Success is assured. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 2 2) Relax and prepare for a test. Rest and avoid distractions and big purchases. Do the homework, even if it seems unreasonable. Find ways to make it creative. Friends help Libra (Sept. 23et. 22) -Improve your living conditions by forgetting to worry Streamline your routine. Declutter your space. You're making a good impression. Don t be stopped by a critic. Re view and revise. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Take a short trip. Grasp a sales opportunity. Celebrate with your team. Your network has everything you need. Controversy could be a positive sign Don't tell all. BOLD AND THE BEAUfiFULBill and Brooke discuss how close they've become; Taylor implores Katie to search for the truth; Taylor asks Bill to stay away from Brooke for the sake of Katie's emotional health. Katie blindsides Brooke when she confronts her about her feelings for Bill ; Taylor tries to get Bill to confess that he betrayed Katie by kissing Brooke; Caroline issues a warning to Steffy about crossing a Spencer. Rick is overcome with guilt when he wit nesses how miserable Hope is without Liam; Brooke and Taylor's rivalry resumes when accusations are made about the present and the past; Bill receives forgiveness from someone. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Sonny asks Will to stay away from Gabi; Kate gives Daniel an update on Parker; Rafe thanks Will for being such a good friend to Gabi; Jennifer privately says good-bye to her life with Jack. Rafe apologizes to Gabi; Kristen worries about John and Marlena discovering the truth; EJ shows Sami another side of himself with Sydney and Johnny; Jennifer tells Daniel how she really feels about him. Lucas expresses his opinion about nifer and Daniel; Sami s presence interrupts Kristen's confession to EJ; John innocently questions Brady about his relationship with Kristen; Daniel ahd Jennifer share a special moment. GENERAL HOSPITALSabrina and Felix experience a hurdle in trying to enlist Lucy Coe in their plan to resurrect the Nurses Ball. Anna's search leads her to the threshold of a major discovery. Olivia is unsettled by her run in with Spinelli. Things take an unexpected tum in Switzerland. Is Lucy Coe the answer to resurrecting the Nurses' Ball? Robin urges Patrick to move on with someone else. AJ mocks Sonny for being so predictable. Alexis is shocked when she reads Molly's book. Todd and Connie are forced to work together to keep their freedom. YOUNG AND TilE RFSfLESS -Neil meets Leslie's brother TYler, while Victor learns the truth about Sharon. Michael romances Lauren on their anniversary, while Sharon's absence troubles Nick. Jack's struggles to kick his addiction, while Adam and Chelsea examine the state of their marriage. Fictures From The Fast Zeta Kappa Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma brothers Timothy Parker, Michael Horton, An thony Hurst and Rodenick Brown attended the fraternity luncheon. ., r 0 a! en m z ::! z m r m c r r !!l z "V c m r c;; :::J: m c m < m -t c m en c ,. z c ., a! c

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'r" a: w ID ::E w 0 w c E:vents Outreach Mlnistrv To Host 16th Annual Christmas Tov Drive BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Sta:ffWriter "The need is great, and the C Since 1997 Rev. Mable ffi Barthel Smith has been op;::, erating Mable's Kids Outreach .,_ and Ministry. deadline to make sure every one receives a gift is Thursday, December 20th. The toy give away will be on the 22nd, and it's vital that families be registered by the 2oth." The mission of the ministry is to help the less fortunate and everyone in need realize their worth arid value. The ministry's motto: "Everybody is somebody's kid. Rev. Smith is announcing their 16th annual Christmas Toy Drive to help the families who need it the most. REV.MABLE BARTHEL SMITH "Last year, we reached out to 150 seniors, and 200 kids. This year, we've been blessed with a few more bicycles to give to the children Rev. Smith said send all requests to Mable's Kids, P. 0. Box 4059, Tampa, Florida 33677. You can also go online or e-mail requests to Mable'sKids@gmail.com. Please indicate the age and gender of each child. We are serving all children up to the ageof17. Local Church And Non-Prolit oner Free Dinner, Tovs And Clothes For Those In Need The College Hill Church of God in Christ, in conjunction the non-profit Sisters Empowering Women, Inc., is sponsoring its annual "Help for the Holidays. )'he initiaC tive provides a free dinner for fE those in need. After dinner, c attendees will receive free z clothing and toys for their children. Church of God in Christ, 6414 N. 30th Street in the cafeteria. Superintendent Charles Davis, pastor of College Hill COGIC, said this annual event is very important during these tough times. "Families are struggling to make it," Supt. Davis said. "Any group that can offer a hand should do so. tact that number or e-mail to register clients. Sisters Empowering Wo men, Inc. is a local non-profit providing assistance for women and at-risk teenage girls. Organizers say they also still need donations of gifts, especially for teens. If you want to donate, call (813) 300-2208 to find out where you can drop off your gift or gift card. The dinner and giveaway C will take place Saturday, ffi Christmas Eve, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the College Hill Anyone interested in at tending should contact (813) 300-2208 for more informa tion. Agencies can also con> a: w > w c w :z::: 0 ::J ID ::) Q. z ..J ..J ;::::) ID ..J w z i= z w 0 c a: 0 ..J u. The casualties of street warfare extend to the left behind .. We want to stop the cycle of hate with purposeful acts of LOVE. TOY GIVEAWAY EXPANDED TO ENTIRE COMMUNITY. TOY SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED. ALL ARE WELCOME. TO REGISTER CAll: 813-7223 or register at http://whosablrllldly.aventzlla.net. Fruit of Glory Ministries will hold its Annual Christmas Outreach "Whose Birthday is it anyway?" Saturday, December 22, 2012 0 G'a Place 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 3040 W. Cypress St. Tampa. R. 33609 CHRISTMAS BUFFET GREAT DOOR PRIZES & GRAND CASH PRIZE GIVEAWAY! Toys and other gifts wit be distributed to hundreds of chldren and families, with one motive in .mind: LOVE. the first step ttMiKd PEACE. Minlstrv To Host Annual Holidav Program BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Pastor Tami Robinson has not allowed any distrac tions deter her from her mis sion of serving the people of Tampa. On December 22nd, Pas. tor Robinson will be holding their holiday program at the Well Pavilion Empowerment Center, 3301 Sanchez Street. "I'm happy to say that this year, we've adopted two fami lies that need all the help they can get. "One of the families con sists of a grandmother on dial ysis who is raising three small children. We' re working with her as much as we can, and right now, we're trying to get her a king size bed. Another family has 8 members, and the family leader cares for a child with special needs, and 3 adults who are mentally challenged. She said she will be blessed by whatever she's given ." reciation Da PASTOR TAMI ROBINSON Everyone in 'the community is invited, and the event will start at 6 :30 p m., and Pastor Robinson said she's expecting a lot of guests, and there will be plenty of rejoicing and food for the community. "As far as my personal jour ney is concerned, I stay in prayer every day, and I'm looking for others with strong faith to join me," said Pastor Robinson. You can contact Pastor Robinson at (813) 766-9313 New Bethel Temple of Deliverance Apostolic Church is having its Annual Community Appreciation Day on Saturday December 22 2012 10 a m.-5 p. m. There will be free food, cloth i ng give-away, toy give-away, bounce houses, dunk tank lazer tag and other fun activities for children of all ages. There will be cholesterol and blood pressure checks don e byT. H A. P. and Synergy. New Bethel Temple of Deliverance is located at 6221 Palm River Rd. Tampa (33619). For more information or to give a donation, please contact Pastor Louisa Campbell at (813) 664-8941 or Minister Pernell Scott at (813) 407 8692.

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Local C!. Gospel Communitv Mourns 1 Calabradon In Death Of Group's lead Singer Appraciadon Of BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Tampa Bay area gospel singers are mourning the death of one of their own. Mrs. Yvonne Wiggins passed away Sunday, December 9, 2012, in St. Joseph's Hospital. She was 73 years old. Daughter-in-law, Kathy Wiggins may have been the last family member to communicate with Mrs. Wiggins. "After I left the hospital (Saturday night), she called while I was on my way to work. We talked every day -all the tjme. She asked what time I'd be getting off work and I told her 10:30 or 11. She said, 'I'll probably be asleep by that time, so I'll call you in the morning to get you up for church.' "My phone rang about 7 and I just knew it was her, but it was her daughter telling me that her mother was gone. I couldn't believe it because we had just laughed, talked and joked around the night before. She was saying in a joking man-MRS. YVONNE WIGGINS ner, 'tell your son I'm going to put something on him (holding up the Bible) when I get out of here'.'' Mrs. Wtggi.n.s' death has been attributed to a massive heart attack. She entered the hospital on Thursday, Dec. 6th with bronchitis problems. Mrs. Wiggins began singing at the age of 14. She has been the lead singer of the Gospel Links for 31 years (preViously named the Sweet Angels) and participated with them during their anniversary in September. Additionally, Mrs. Wiggins sang lead in Choir #1 at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens. Known as the mother to many in her Tampa Heights community, Mrs. Wiggins is credited with directing the lives of many young men. She has taken 'many youths into her home. "There's a big tree outside her home and the young men gather there. They give her the utmost respect," Kathy stated. Described as an excellent cook, she enjoyed preparing meals and sharing with oth ers. She also had a special love for her children and grandchildren and loved the gospel of Jesus Christ. Her survivors include hus band, of 54 years, Freddie Wiggins, and children -Linda, Darren and Clanda. Nathaniel preceded her in death Funeral services for Mrs. Wiggins will be held on Saturday, December 22, 2012, 2 p. m. at Mt. Tabor M. B. Church. Ray Williams Funeral Home is handling the service. A God IV Woman a; ... BY BILLY wHEELER A citywide appreciation ser vice for Mother Ruby A. Mack will take place on Sunday, December 23, 3:30 p.m., at the Greater New Salem P. B. Church, 1605 N. Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, 33602. Elder Theodis Lane is Pastor. Every person whose lives she has touched is invited. In addition, those who just want to join in the good Gospel fellowship are welcome. Mrs. Mack has made her home in Tampa since 1947 when she arrived and con nected with the New Salem P. B. Church under the leader ship of Rev. W M. Scott. After his demise, she affiliat ed for a time with the Mount Moriah P. B. Church, pastored by Rev. J. B. Bryant. She has served dutifully in every place she joined. She became a skilled Beautician in 1953, taught by Mrs. Roberson at Sunlight Beauty School. Divinely gifted with a great musical talent, Mother Mack is a fiery gospel soloist. Remarkably, she has often crossed religious denomina tions as a public speaker MOTHER RUBY MACK delivering scripturally inspired messages through out the state since 1963. After 53 years, she main tains a loving marriage with Bro. Alvin Mack; they have three daughters, Tina, Tonya and Regina, and one granddaughter, Lexie. Mrs. Mack is spiritually involved on local, district, state, and national levels. In 2008, she received special ;!! commendation from the State 0 Women's Congress, led by :!! Elder Rush. She served as g National Vice-President of en the Matrons Department of the Women's Congress, and :::j received commendation for Z fifty-plus years of continued J!! service from the National m Primitive Baptist Convention, ? Elder Bernard Yates, r President, in August of this year. z "'D c: ID r u; ::J: m c m < m -f c: m en c ,.. z c :!! c

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0 Loca N Man savs His Passion a: i Is To Help With Successful EIIPiovment c >= C( c en w :::l ..... BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Eugene Hodge is passionate about his 'ultimate job training program.' He says his formula helps people with enjoyable/ successful employment. On Wednesday, December 12, 2012, he conducted a workshop at the HOPE Center on 29th St. Two others are planned for January. Describing himself as a futurist, author, radio show host and training consultant, Hodge says he has expertise in human development and computer technqlogy. He personally developed the Job Readiness and Computer Literacy Training Program that he hopes to implement across the coun try. At the same time, he'd c like to share what he has a: learned with others. u.. Hodge has a track record C of the places where he has implemented his program throughout Connecticut and 0 numerous places have used en his Career Transition W Workshops. Hodge relocated to Florida > in 2001. Since being in the a: area he has taught for St. w > Petersburg College, Pinellas W Technical Education Centers, Bay Pines Veterans Hos pital, EUGENE H ODGE Baywinds Learning Centers and established a Family Literacy program for Hillsborough Community College. Hodge earned an A. S. degree in Data Processing from Springfield Technical Institute, B. S degree in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts, Master's in Education from Cambridge College, and teacher's certificate from Westfield State College. He is also certified to teach com puter related courses. In addition to his passion for successful employment, Hodge has a radio program on WTAN 1340, on Thursdays, 7-8 p. m. To learn more about what he has to offer, visit luldJ: en :::i m :::l Q. z w ...J ...J :::l m ...J w z Business Leader savs Discussions On West Tampa P lan lett Him Uninspire d z w en c( c a: 0 ...J u. BY LEON B CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer There's no one more inter ested in seeing Black business owners in West Tampa prosper than Bennie Small. Small, President of the West Tampa Black Business Owners Association said talk about what's in the futur e for West Tampa definitely got his attention. I envisioned Main Street and the surrounding areas returning to their days of glory when there were a lot of successful businesses in the area. "However, I quickly discov ered that's not the way things always turn out. Small, who has been attending meetings ho sted by the West Tampa Chamber of Commerce, West Tampa Community Group, and other groups, said what he's heard so far hasn't inspired him to believe that Black businesses are going to fare any better than they have "I'm working closely with the West Tampa Chamber of Commerce as they prepare to o submit their plan to the City .... Council. My primary interest is that business opportunities f. become available to all of us BENNIE SMALL when they start redeveloping our community. I think because everything is in a preliminary stage this is the time to put our demands on the table, and make sure we get our share of work. We can provide a lot of jobs with these projects, and that would be b eneficial to everyone." Small said the first priority is to identify all of the profes sional service businesses in West Tampa, such as electricians, masons, plumbers, lawn maintenance, and light construction. "We need to start training young men now as professionals and help them get licensed and bonded. "We have a responsibility to prepare the next generation, because that's the only way we will be able to sustain what we' r e trying to get. Bible-Based FellowshiP Church Hosts 24-Hour Statewide Revival Yolanda Adams at the revival service. Miquel A. Maysonet and N oemi A. Maysonet were there representing the Hispanic community. Bernice Rollins and Deseree Allmond attended the service. James Reed., Ruth Hunter and Michael Jacobs tuning instruments for the services. Terrance, Annie and James Glover preparing for revival service. Yamile Corujo Yasmin Rodriguez, Ruby Morales and Martina Escalera Hispanic c:ommunity praise worshippers from Iglesia Restauracion Cristiana Church.

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Local 2 m Renowned Gospel Anists At Deeper life Church Artist in town to assist Dr. Brenda in her live recording Spiritual, rewarding and reju venating are words that can de scribe the gospel concert held at Deeper Life Christian Church, Bishop M. B. Jefferson, Pas tor. The event was a live recording by Dr. Brenda Jefferson, "The Pen of a Ready Writer. The free event was held on December 8, 2012. For the first time in Tampa, a group of award-winning gospel artists performed for a free live recording. Each of the artists per formed a song written by Dr. J ef-'Sunday Best' songster, Danetra Moore. ferson, who selected the artist to sing each song. All gave ptagnifl cent performances. Myron Butler produced the event. Guest artists were: Lucinda Moore, Dorinda Clark Cole, Lecresia Campbell, Danetra Moore, Shawn McClemore, Rhonda McClemore, Ryan Horton and Samuel Washington. Dr. Brenda Jefferson and Bishop M. B. Jefferson Pastor Calvin Jefferson or-Among the ministers captured in the audience were: Dr. Mark Jones of The Center For Mani festation, Rev. Willie Dixon and Rev. R. Lockett, pastor of Bethany Christian Discipleship Church. (Article and photos by Julia Jackson) at the live recording of''11le Pen of a Ready Writer." ganized this event. Performance by Lecresia Campbell. Stellar award winner, Dorinda Clark Cole was in town for the event. Guest artist Lucinda Moore with Corey Edwin, Minister of Music at Bible-Based Fellowship Church. c

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Local : Realtors Hold Christmas Social, Installation 01 Ofticers en w ::: ._ N ,.... The Bay Area Association of Realtists, Inc. held their Christ mas social and installation of officers at the Open Cafe. Ida Campbell gave the welcome, acknowledged guests and took charge of the raffle. Rev. Willie Dixon offered the prayer, while Danny Felton introduced the guest speaker and installed the officers. The guest speaker was Julius Cartright, President of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB). Local president, Herb Fisher gave remarks, as did incoming local president, Booker Pickett. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Thtl Stlnlklsl WIN Have Amended Holiday Hours and Street Dlstrl:>utlon. DllhiMIIon Chriltmal Week: Sunday December 23rd 'RMnday. December 27th (Tuesday Edition) (Friday Edition) Trio At Encore Groundbreakinu Ground was broken on December 4, 2012 for the second apartment building in the Encore Pro ject. The Trio at Encore is a 141-unit complex of the Tampa Housing Authority and is expected to be completed in 2014. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Housing Authority officials and former Tampa Housing administrators, Watson Haynes, left, Assistant Director of the Lakeland Housing Authority, and Ben Stevenson, right Executive Director of Lakeland Housing Authority, with Tampa Housing Authority employees: Suzan Mcintyre, Deputy Director of Program and Property Services; Sbaraun Newton, Property Manager of North Boulevard Homes; and Barbra Lee Thomas, Program and Property Serv-Joe Robinson and Ronald Leaf attended the sroundbrealdng. City of Tampa's Poet Laureate, James Toldey prepared a poem specifically for the groundbreaking that included the history behind the area. Fred Hearns attended the ground breaking for Trio at Encore. Dr. Aaron Smith and Herman Monroe attended the groundbrealdng ceremony.

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Local Events December Birthdav Celebradon Appreciauan Program Honors Minister Of usic' Leroy Lentz hosted a birthday celebration for himself and a few friends recently at his home. (Photos by Sylvester Harris) Birthday honoree Leroy Lentz, Jr., left, with family members: Lameca Lentz, Twila Anderson and Leroy Lentz, Sr., his father. Special guests included Trish Johnson, Cassandra Brown, Chiquita Cook and birthday girl, Denise. Honoree Leroy Lentz, Jr. with some friends: Tim Green, Testeverde, Calvin, Chris, Ron Yates, Sam, Jr., Lonnie Mann and Mike G. m On Sunday, December 9th, Minister Of Music, Maurice Allen, celebrated his anniversary at Peace Baptist Church. m Among the participants in the program were: Peace Baptist Choirs; Peace Members; Minister Dianne Jackson; Sister Kisha Dickerson; The Tampa Boys ; Sister Carolyn Watkins; Peace Usher Ministry; Sister JoAnn Marshall; Peace Male Chorus; Sister Alberta Jackson; Peace 'N Mo tion; D .E.J.; Sister Sherry Allen; Appreciation Committee Members; Minister Maurice Allen, Sr., Rev. Albert Gallmon, Jr., and a host of others. Mistress of Ceremony was Sister Carolyn King, and the theme was "This Is Your Day (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) ., 6 0 Kristopher Forward Minister Of Music, perfonned for the congre-Maurice Allen. gation. Alfonzo A. Broughton, Pastor of Genesis Worship Center, enjoyed the celebration. ::j z m .... I:D c .... z ., c m c 0 l: m c m < m C! m 0 c )> z c ., :::u 6 Ci) Derek Smith and Company perfonned in honor of Maurice Allen. w

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NBA Star Anlar'e Stoudellire Marries Alexis Welch AMAR'E STOUDEMIRE AND ALEXIS WELCH New York Knicks power forward Amar'e Stoudemire has been sidelined on the bench for weeks due to an injury, but the star basketball player t ook himse l f out o f a differ ent type of game. Stoudemire tied the knot to the woman of his three children, Alexis Welch. In a private sunset cere mony in New York City Stoudemire and Welch held their wedding on the roof-deck of their apartment in the Greenwich Village neighborhood. There were 12 guests in attendance, including the newlyweds' children. The number 12 was the theme for the entire evening. "12.12.12 now has a spe cial and spiritual meaning for us," Stoudemire tweet ed after the ceremony. 9----------------------------------------a:: LL Iovan Belcher's Mother Denies Repons That Her Son m QuesUoned Babv's Paternitv ...J w z t= z w en J OVAN BELCHER AND KASANDRA PERKINS J ovan Be lcher's mother, ii: Cheryl Shepherd denies g telling investigators that her LL son questioned baby Zoey's paternity before killing girl friend, Kasandra P erkins, as reported by The New York Post. "It's a lie. It' s all a lie," Cheryl Shepherd told the New York Daily News. "That's my grandbaby and it was wrong for them to put that out there. That is Jovan's baby and it is my grandbaby. "You are hearing it from the horse's mouth. Zoey is Jovan's baby and my grand baby I have never had any doubt." Speculation has run ram pant over what could possibly lead 25-year-old Kansas City Chiefs linebacker, Jovan -.::t Belcher, to shoot his girl.,.. w friend, 22-year-old e, Kasandra Perkins, 9 if times, murdering her in cold blood in front of his mother and his 3-month-old daugh ter, then killing himself. Belch er's m other, Cheryl Shepherd, who has temporary custody of Zoey, told investigators that the troubled couple argued over paternity of the child right before her son pulled the trig ger, according to a source close to the Chiefs organiza tion. A Kansas City Jaw-enforce ment source confirmed, "She to l d [police] there was a ques tion about the paternity." It's unclear if the pateni.ity issue was the reason for the final, violent end ofthe troubled relationship between Belcher, 25, and Perkins, 22. "But the implication was that [paternity] was what the two of them were fighting about that the baby might not have been his," a source said. Petersen R uns Far2121s likings TIP RIIDS36-22 ADRIAN PETERSO N ST. LOUIS -Adria n Peterso n peeked up at the video board at the end of his 82 yard touchdown run and saw St. Louis Rams players tra i ling far behind him. And with each fancy high step to cap it off, the Minnesota Vikings running back moved closer to the NFL rushing record. Peters.on piled up a sea son-best 212 yards on 24 car ries in a 36-22 victory Sunday that wasn't as close as the score indicated. He has a career-best 1,812 yards rushing, leaving him 294 shy of breaking the NFL's single season mark of 2,105 set by Eric Dickerson of the Los Angeles Rams in 1984. Trent Ric ardson Breaks Browns Roolla Rushing T Record. TRENT RICHARDSON Trent Richardson has n't been as explosive as Bro wns (and Cri mson Tide) fans were hoping when the running back was t aken third overall in the 2012 NFL Draft. Some point to his happy feet behind the line of scrim mage, his running style not fitting the blocking scheme or whispers of broken ribs. Through all that, Richards o n has had no troub l e finding pay dirt. Following a Kirk Cousins intercepti o n on the Redskins' second drive of Sunday's game that was taken to the six-yard-line by safety T.J. Ward, TRich took the next snap into the endzone, breaking the Browns rookie record for rushing touchdowns. His 10th score passes both Jim Brown and Eric Metcalf. Russell-Wilson Soars As Seahawlls Rout Bills 50-11 TORONTOIt wasn't that long ago when Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was worried about overwhelming rookie quar terback Russell Wilson with too much information. That's no longer a c o n cern after Wilson and the surging Seahawks showed they're capable of piling up points north of t he border, too. A week after a 58-o win at home against Arizona, Wilso n ran for three touchdowns and threw for another in a 50-17 rout of RUSSELL WilSON the Bills in Buffalo's annual game in Toronto on Sunday. Appeals Coon To Hear Bonds' Appeal On Feb. 13 SAN FRANCISCO A federal appeals court will hear Barry Bonds' appeal of his obstruction of justice conviction early next year The 9th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday scheduled oral arguments for Feb. 13 before a three-judge panel in San Francisco. The career home run leader was convicted in April 2011 of one felony obstruction count for giving an evasive, rambling reply during a 2003 grand jury appearance when asked wliether he received drugs that required a syringe. The jury deadlocked on three charges he made false statements, and prosecutors dropped those counts in August 2011. U.S. District Judge Susan Illsto n sentenced BARRY BONDS Bonds to 30 day.s of house arrest, two years of proba tion, 250 hours of commu nity service in youth-related activities and a $4,000 fine. She delayed imposing the sentence pending the appeal. Bonds' lawyers argue the answer was accurate and not meant to obstruct. Bonds initially was charged in November 2007. CHECK US 'OUT ONLI E WWW. F LSE :n EL.CO www.lwiHe r c om/Rsentinelb

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If you are a fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, you probably had to turn your television to another station Sunday. The Bucs didn't just lose their fourth straight game, but were shut out by NFC South foe, the New Orleans Saints The Bucs were never com petitive in the game, and couldn't generate any offense. The ground game didn't work for Doug Martin, while quarterback Josh Freeman threw four pass es to players on the other team. Perhaps even more dis heartening was the failure of the Bucs to generate a pass rush to throw Drew Brees off his game, and the Buccaneer secondary was just taken apart by Brees and the Saints receivers. The Bucs (6-8) have blown any chance of making the playoffs, and have allowed the two teams that were beneath them in the NFC South, the Saints and the Carolina Panthers, to gain ground and maybe put them in the basement of the NFC South. Sunday's shutout loss was the fourth in the team's his tory, and assures everyone that the Bucs must take next year's draft seriously and address problems on both sides of the ball. Remaining for the Buc s are a Sunday contest at home again t the St. Louis Rams, then their season finale on the road against the NFC South champs, Atlanta Falcons. Both games are at 1 p. m In this photo, Adam Hayward (right) shoves defensive coach, Bryan Cox. If things weren't bad enough on the field, they also took a turn for the worse on the sideline. With the Bucs trailing 10o, defensive coach, Bryan Cox became irate on the sideline after a flag was thrown on a play. He started yelling, and walking out onto the field. As he ventured onto the field, linebacker Adam Hayward met Cox, and put his arms up to keep the coach from walking onto the field any further. That resulted in Cox knocking away Hayward's arms, and Hayward retaliating by shoving Cox. The two exchanged words on the sideline, and Buccaneer linebacker, Jacob Cutrera, stepped between the two men to calm things down According to insiders, the incident is not likely to cause an ongoing problem between Hayward and Cox. Andrew Bvnum Will Plav This Season ANDREW BYNUM Cognizant that there have been too many false starts and false reports, the Sixers expect that on Thursday, some seven months after Andrew Bynum last played a game in the NBA, they will finally know whether or not the 7-footer is actually on the road to recovery. Bynum will unquestion ably play for the Sixers this season .. And even if he plays just 30 games for them and never again he's an unrestricted free agent this summer the Sixers will come out of this deal with a brighter future than if they had never initiated the talks with Orlando that originally targeted Dwight Howard and got the ball rolling on the massive, 12-player, four-team trade of last August. SERENA WILLIAMS LONDON Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams were honored Tuesday as the International Tennis Federation's world champions for 2012. Djokovic won the men's award for the second straight year while Williams took the honor for the third time in her career. Djokovic won the Australian Open and was runner-up at the French Open and U.S. Open. He fin ished the season No. 1 in the ATP rankings with six tour titles. Williams won Wimbledon, the U.S. Open and the Olympic gold medal She had a tour-best 58-4 record and seven titles. Cavs' 1rv1n1 Has Brolken Bone In Jaw KYRIE IRVING NEW YORK Kyrie Irving has another injury and the Cavaliers have anoth er masked player. Cleveland's star point guard, who only recently returned after missing 11 games with a broken finger, fractured a bone in his jaw when he took a hard fall in Friday night's l oss at Milwaukee. Irving traveled separately from the Cavs to New York so he could be fitted with a pro tective mask that he will wear in Saturday's game against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden He said he arrived less than three hours before the start of the game, having only slept about four hours. He said he wasn't in pain, and the only difficulty would be getting used to the mask, which earned him the nick name the "Dark Knight" in the locker room. CURSHETIS As this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, we return to you the lovely Curshetls. If you think you saw the best of her Friday, just take a look now. Dynamic and exciting only scratches the surface of what this young lady is all about. A professional In every sense of the word, Curshetis wants to dispel all the skeptics who think that a woman can't rise to the top and stay there. Curshetis is not shy in front of the camera, and enjoys spending time with her close friends and family. To pick up from Friday, Curshetis is only attracted to. a man who is serious about his future, and doesn't have a lazy bone in his body. He also must be willing to allow his lady to take cen ter stage when the time is right. Congratulations to Curshetis as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. .... co I'IJ 0 .... I'IJ ., r 0 :a 6 J> C/) m z ::j z m r m c r r g) z ., c m r u; :::1: m 0 m < m :a < c m C/) 0 J> z -------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 ., ESPN suspends Commentator For Calling Hoben Griftin 111 A cornball Brother' What was Rob Parker thinking? The sports colum nist made headlines for essentially questioning the Blackness of Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griff'm III because of his white fiancee, Rebecca Liddicoat, while on ESPN 's First Take, among other reasons. The network announced that is ha:; sus pended Parker for his com ments. Parker has been suspend ed by the net work, which will be conduct ing a full review controver sial, race baiting debate. "I want to find out about him," said Parker on First Take. "I don t know, because I keep hearing these things. We all know he has a white fiancee. There was all this ROB PARKER talk about he's a Republican, which, there's no information [about that] at all. I'm just trying to dig deeper as to why he has an issue. Because we did find out with Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods was like I've got Black skin but don't call me Black. So people t,;') got to wondering about Tiger m Woods early on."

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i Entertainment [ L.A. Reid leaves The1 Factor' Music mogul L.A. Reid will not be returning to be a judge on the hit show The X w Factor. Instead Reid, 56, C says he will focus on his role > ic(C as chairman of Epic Records Reid s a ys he does not plan m on leaving behind everything :::::> tha t has to do with the show. Reid has no regrets about his time on the show and feels as though he can bring knowledge that he learned from the show and apply it to his business. L.A. REID Dr. ore Opened Companies In Ireland To Escape Higher Tax Bracket D r Dre doesn't want to end up on the ever-growing list of rap stars busted for not u. paying their taxes, so he's C taken his business ventures to Ireland. >The Good Doctor, who was named Forbes' highest paid CJ) musician of the year thanks to his Beats By Ore empire, has launched a few business ij: in the UK to avoid giving W Uncle Sam too much of his ends. C Dre has reportedly opened three companies in an area CJ) known as Clonkailty, County i Cork in search of tax refuge. ;::::) a.. z t= w _. _. DR.DRE ;::::) m _. w z t= z w CJ) Micll Jagger's leners Get $300,000 At Aucuon C a: 0 _. u. MARSHA HUNT And MICK JAGGER Mick Jagger, the leg endary founding member of The Rolling Stones, wrote a series of love letters in the summer of 1 969 to his former African-American lover, Marsha Hunt while he was in Australia working on the film Ned Kelly. These same love letters co sold at auction for $301,472 ,.... Hunt asked Sotheby s to sell the letters on her behalf. J agger's relationship with H unt is reportedly the inspi ration behind the 1971 hit song "Brown Sugar. "When a serious historian finally examines how and why Britain s boy bands af fected international culture and politics, this well pre served collection of Mick Jagger's band written let ters will be a revelation Hunt said in a statement dis tributed by the auction house. or. r To Guest Star On1heomce' Basketball Hall of Farner Julius "Dr. J Erving is slated to make a guest ap pearance as himself o n NBC's c o medy The Office. According t o reports from Entertainment Weekly, the episode that will air o n Janu ary 17th and features Dr. J as an investor in a sports marketing business that Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) is attempting to launch in Philadelphia. This is not the basketball l egend's first dabble into act ing after landing a small role as the minis t er in Lifetime's remake of Stee l Mag n olias. The Galle Feuds With Consanattve Pundh TilE GAME Rapper The Game re cently released his fifth stu dio album Jesus Piece, and instead of receiving praise, the record has stirred up drama News Channel contribu tor, blogger and columnist Michelle Malkin has been critical of the album cover art calling it blasphemous. On her Twitchy website the question was asked: Would The Game dare to do to Allah what he did to Jesus Christ? Just asking though we already know the answer." Since the reporter has at tacked the album cover, the L.A rapper has responded saying that Malkin is racist and that God can be por trayed in any form because no one has seen him. In a recent interview he said, "however you depict him in your own mind or your own visions through your artwork, or through your religion, that's all on you and it's not my p l ace to hate on that." Trev Sonuz Arrested On Assault Charges More details have emerged in the Make It Rain saga of TreySongz. According to a repor t the 28 year-old singer threw a wad of cash at Donna Mclntosh-Inoe, 36, after she took a picture of him with her cell phone in the VIP section of Club Perfec tion in Q ueens, New York. She claimed she did not know sjle had a bruise o n my face until after she left the club .. "I had to walk around a wh o le week with a bl ack eye." Acc o r d ing to Mcintosh: Inoe, Songz grabbed her phone and tried to delete the pict u re, and when he TREYSONG Z co uldn't figure o u t how to work her phone, he threw the cash at her. Mclnto s h-Inoe believes that if she were a stripper, she would have been treated with more re spect. Jamie Foo On School Shoodnu: 'VI lance In Flllls' Plavs A R le NEW YORK Hollywood has responded to the rampage at a Connecticut elementary school by pulling back on its offerings, and one star says the entertainment industry should take some responsibility for such violence Jamie Foxx, one of the in dustry's biggest stars, said Sat urday as he promoted Quentin Tarantino's up corning ultra-violent spaghetti Western-style film about slav ery, Django Unchained "that actors can t ignore the fact that movie violence can influence people. "We cannot turn our back JAMIEFO XX and say that violence in fil ms or anything that we do doesn't have a sort of influence," F oxx said in an interview on Satur day. "It does. RZA Sued Bv Dutch Singer For Unpaid Rovaldes RZA is getting sued, and this time it isn't by one of his fellow Wu-Tang Clan group Dutch singer The a Van Siejaen alleges that the music producer and movie di rector failed to pay her a signif icant amount o f m oney Van Siejaen has filed a lawsuit for not getting her fair share of money for co-writing songs and singing for work she did for Bobby D igital from 2004 to 2011. According to Van Sieja e n she didn't de mand the money sooner for fear of being blackballed in the industry by RZA. Now she is asking that the court order RZA to pay royal ties she feels she is due. Van Siejaen's soulful vocal per-RZAvs. THEA VAN SIEGAEN formances were featured on a number of song on the RZA's Digi Snacks solo album and The RZA Presents: Afro Samurai Resurrection sound track.

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MS. JESSICA HERNANDEZ 'JESSIE' Homegoing services for Ms. Jessica Hernandez "Jessie" of Tampa, who passed away, Friday, Decem ber 14, 2012, will be held Thursday, December 20, 2012, at 1 p. m. at Faith Life Church, 4902 E. Busch Blvd., Pastor Jane McDon ald, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Ceme tery. Jessica was born Septem ber 13, 1977, in Waterbury, Connecticut, and was a resi dent of Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her father, Abraham Hernandez; and grand mother, Ermelinda Velez. She leaves to cherish her fond memmies with: fiance, Ferman Mitchell; a loving mother, Isabel Paneto; brother and sisters, Hector Velez, Wanda Hernandez, Yaritza Lee Hernandez and Aida Arroyo; aunts, Rosa Hernandez Chavis, Carmen Pagan, Emily Echevaria and Almida Rosario; uncles, Ru perto Hernandez, Ramon Paneto, Ismael Paneto, Jose Paneto, Elio Hernandez, Hiram Hernandez and lrad Hernandez; niece and nephew, Maya Velez and Jeremiah Hernandez; and a host of other loving rela tives, sorrowing friends and co-workers. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel on Wednesday, De cember 19, 2012, from 3-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Thursday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. EMMA MAE SMITH AKINS Homegoing services for Mrs. Emma Mae Smith Akins, who passed away on December 5, 2012, will be held Thursday December 20, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Pastor Antonio Hawkins, Faith Alive at Mt. Silla Church, officiating. Inter ment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Emma Akins was a native of Eufaula, Alabama, and a permanent resident of Tampa. She was a faithful good doer. A Christian; a humble servant is what she called herself. She epjoyed reading her Bible. She leaves to mourn her passing: 4 sisters, Maggie Abebrese (David) of Bloomfield, CT, Mary Turner of Broad Brook, CT, and Irene Robinson and Louise Wilbourn, both of Eufaula, Alabama; 2 brothers, Johnny Smith (Helen) of Windsor, CT, and Clarence Smith (Virginia) of New Haven CT; brother-in-law, Albert Calloway of Lakeland, FL; 2 godsons; a host of nieces, nephews, and loving friends; and special friend, Karen Rudder of Tampa. Visitation for Mrs. Emma Mae Smith Akins will begin one hour before the assem bly, at 12:45 p. r.ri. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at 1:45 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home. A HARMON BURIAL. MR. MARK SANDERS Mr. Mark Sanders of Gib sonton, FL, passed away Monday, December 10, 2012. A memorial service will be conducted Saturday, Decem ber 22, 2012, at 2 p. m. at First Prospect Missionary Baptist Church of Wimauma, 6012 Edina Street, with Rev. Tony Har ris, pastor, officiating. Inter ment will follow in Wimauma Community Cemetery. Mr. Sanders was a native of Florida and a resident of the Tampa area for 6o years. He attended Pine Grove Ele mentary. in Ocala, Florida, and was a member of First Prospect M. B. Church of Wimauma, FL. He was employed as a truck driver in the Balm Wunauma area. He was preceded in death by: a daughter, Jackie; sis ter, Juanita; and brother, Cleophus. He leaves to cherish his memory: his long time com panion, Gay Riley of Gibson ton, FL; four sons, Mark B. Sanders of Alabama, Mark P. Howard and Brian Sanders of Tampa, and Gre gory J. Sanders of Riverview, FL; three daugh ters, Deborah Huckins of Wimauma, FL, Connie Smith and Michelle Smith of Gibsonton, FL; brother, Robert Johnson of Ocala; FL; two sisters, Emma Pullings of North Carolina and Gladys Williams of Jack sonville, FL; sister-in-law, Carolyn Johnson of Williston, FL; 21 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains repose fro. m 6-8 p. m., Thursday, December 20, 2012, at First Prospect M. B. Church of Wimauma, FL. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FU NERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. www.raywilliams{uneralhome.com CHECK US OUT C)NLINE WWW.Fl.SENT1NEL.CO Mrs. Marie Sheehy, 95, 'of 1902 W. Nassau St., passed away on Thursday, Decem ber 13, 2012. A memorial service will be held to celebrate her passing on Thursday, De cember 27, at 5 p. m. at Mt. Olive AME Church, 1902 W. LaSalle St., Tampa, pastor, Rev. Gregory V. Gay, Sr., with Rev. Bryant A. Payson, officiating. Mrs. Sheehy was a native of Jacksonville, FL, and a resident of Tampa for over 6oyears. She held undergraduate degrees from BethuneCookman College, Tuskegee Institute, and was awarded a Master's in Education from Columbia University. For many years she was a classroom teacher in Hills borough County, and retired as a reading spec_ialist and resource teacher at College Hill Elementary. She was a member of St. Paul AME Church, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, and a former pres ident of The Hillsborough County Classroom Teacher's Association. She loved to swim, dance, cook, and entertain the La Sans Souci Bridge Club, of which she was a founding member. She also founded the Jr. Cotillion Debutante Ball, which gave young ladies of studious character the privilege of being "pre sented to society.,. She will be remembered as a champion of Civil Rights and a firm believer in value of education. She came into this world like a super nova; captivating and beau tiful. She left with her dignity and independence intact. She leaves to cherish her memory many progeny who loved her deeply: two chil dren, Dr. Ronald Sheehy, Sr. (Franca) and Ronetta Sheehy; seven grandchil. dren, Ronald, Jr., Lisa, Omari, Kwame, Joseph, Stephen and Noah; seven great-grandchildren, Cy davia, Marquis, Torey, Ash ley, Justin, Lauren and Lindsey; three great-great grandchildren, Kyla, Cam ryn aild Princeton; in addition to a host of nieces, nephews and close friends. Mrs. Sheehy was prede ceased by: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen "S. C.,. Hart; two brothers, John and Henry; a sister, Paralee; and her husband, Prof. Joseph V. Sheehy. There will be no public viewing. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FU NERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. www.raywilliamsfuneralhom1:com ROBERT LEE SPAIN 10/26/192812/19/2010 We did not know the day, nor hour that you would be called home. But, we did know that you would rest in Paradise with the Father above. We love and miss you dearly. Love, your wife and fam ily. ., r-0 :!! c eath iSIS en IIIEIIS FIIEIILH m E z Ms. Jessica Hernandez, m r-Tamnpa. m Mrs. Bertha Butler, c: Riverview, FL. Mrs. Dolores Carter, Brandon, FL. r r m ::j z Mr. Clarence Copeland, "'D Tamnpa. ; Mr. Horace Scott, rTampa. en ::::t a n FIIEIIll m c m < m Mrs. Irene Green, Tampa. liB Fl Ellll E m en c ?< ,. z Mrs. Emma Mae uou.aaua Akins, Tampa. :a Mrs. Leila 6 Tampa. Mr. Harold Young, Tampa. IIYWIWIIIS FIIERIL.ME Mrs. Josephine Davis, Tamnpa. Mrs. Clara Price, Brandon, FL. Mr. Mark Sanders, Gib sonton, FL. Mrs. Marie Sheehy, Tampa. WILSON FIIEIIll E ?< Ms. Marion U:JlaJJiman. ,l Tampa.

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Park Vis-tor ithHammer JARR.ETf K. BROOKS ... facing murder charge Detectives with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office are currently investigating an attack that led to the death of a Tampa man. The attack took place in a trailer park in Thonotosassa. According to police, on Saturday, Johnathan Acree, 48, was standing in the front yard of 6427 Black Dairy Road, talking to a friend at approximately 1:45 p.m. Jarrett Kyle Brooks, 27, is alleged to > have approached Acree from behind and struck him g: in the head and neck severa l LL times with a hammer. Q Acree was severely injured and transported by > ambulance to Brandon Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time J O NATHAN ACREE .. died after being attacked from behind with a hammer later. After the attack, Brooks allegedly returned to his own trailer at Lot #5, where he barricaded himself inside. The Hillsborough County SWAT Team and Crisis Negotiators responded to the scene. Authorities attempted to talk Brooks into surrendering but to no avail. At approximately 4:30 p m ., police shot chemical agents into the trailer. Within a few minutes, Brooks surrendered without any further resistance. Brooks is being held without bond at the Hillsborough County Jail. D e tectives are still investi gating the murder, but have not released a motive. UNCLE SANDY Darkness canno t drive out darkness 4, 9, 14, light can do that 22, 25, 29, 31 Hate cann Wl'lf1 r tvP out hate 33, 35, 38, 40 only love can do that 42 z i= w ...J ...J ::::> m co .,.. 49, 53 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ llellraska Ave. & scan St. .. ,., ..... ;::') ) : ,J" -::-:-:.: ... .. ::::3-.::: ;.,:-: ... : :-:. .. ); : .. ;.:.: : -: .. r ::v:.:. : .:.--;:.::: ... : FaurPeaple Sought Far Thall OICamputen Surveillance photos of SU&pected computer thieves. Law enforcement officials are asking for help in identifying four men who stole computers from a Walmart Store. Officials said the computers are valued at $1,200, and were stolen from the store at 8220 North Dale Mabry at 5:45 p. m. on December 2nd. The four men were seen flee ing in a black Ford pickup truck. All four suspects are described as Black males Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the identification and arrest of the suspects. 1 dlanalao __ o Dwned 41 Guns Arrested After Elementarv School Threat CEDAR LAKE, Ind. -A northern Indiana police chief said Sunday he believes a man arrested after allegedly threatening to kill as many people as he could" at a school was just bluffing when he made the ominous remark during a heated argument with his wife Interim Cedar Lake Police Chief .Jerry Smith said Von I. Meyer, 6o, was arguing early Friday morning with his wife and initially threatened to set her on fire while she was sleeping at their home. Meyer, who was arrested Saturday on seven felony charges then told his wife he would kill her at the school" and would kill as many peo ple as he could before police could stop .him police," Smith said. Meyer's wife works at the cafeteria at Jane Ball Elementary School, less than 1,000 feet from the couple's home in Cedar Lake, about 45 miles southeast of Chicago. Smith said Meyer's wife stayed away from that schoo l Friday and police boosted security at the elementary school and three other area schoo)s as a taking those steps before 26 people, including 20 students, were shot and killed at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn. "We just didn't want to take any chances," he said of the extra security at the schools. Buralarv lnvesuuation Results In $126,000 Pot Seizure WILJOVANNY CAMACH O According to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office a man pulled over dur ing a traffic stop, led to a drug bust that resulted in the seizure of $126 ,000 in mari juana. On Wednesday at 3:50 a. m., deputies were called to a disturbance at 8388 Crystal Harbour Drive after a witness reported hearing glass break and saw two men leaving in anSUV. Deputies were able to find the suspect vehicle, and initi ated a traffic stop. They reported that the driver, Wiljovanny Camacho, was NELSONCOPO bleeding from his wrist and told them the injury occurred when he punched the window of the apartment during an attempted burglary Deputies detected the strong odor of marijuana when they returned to the apartment, and after verify ing there were no suspects or victims inside, they obtained a search warrant and seized 42 pounds of marijuana, and miscellaneous paraphernalia. The resident of the apartment, Nelson Copo, was arrested and jailed on drug charges. Camacho was charged with burglary Suspects Sold Ceramic 1es Disguised As iPads Surveillance photo of s<:am artist selling ceramic tiles dis-guised as iPads and iPhones. Hillsborough County Sher iffs deputies are search ing for suspects who tricked victims last Tuesday into buy i ng i Pads that turned out to be ceramic tiles in two related incidents Deputies said the suspects tricked the victims into pur chasing iPads and iPhones by showing them real products, but selling the items in shrink-wrapped boxes that were unopened. The first incident occ u rred at the Rice Restaurant, 7525 West Hillsb o r o ugh Avenue Deputies said two Black men offered t o sell the victim iPads and iPhones at a discounted rate. The suspects showed the victim real iPads and iPhones, but sold the products in boxes that were not open. Deputies said the victim purchased four iPads and a iPhone5 for $710, but deputies said the victim dis covered the iPad boxes contained ceramic tiles, wrapped in paper with an iPad image printed on it. The iPhone5 box contained a charger, an ear bud set, a metal tool for opening the side storage card drive, and a phone. The phone was powered on, but read "no SIM card at the top The phone turned out to be non operable and may possibly be a display model, deputies said. The second incident occurred at Silky's Beauty Supply, 8555 West Hillsboro u gh. Deputies sai d a B l ack male and white female sold them two iPad s for $500, but later discovered the boxes contained ceramic tiles. The suspects are described as three Black males and a white female, all appearing to be between 25 and 35 years old Anyone with information is asked to call {813) 247-8200.

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National :ii c Jordan Davis' Killer Charges sacretarv" state Eric Holder: We Need Nalionall< Upgraded To First-Degree Standards For vounu Murder, Faces llle Without Parole Cencusslon ble,, and defended the JusJACKSONVIL LE, FLOn Thurs da y night a grand jury indict e d 45 year old software de v e loper Michael Dunn, who allegedly shot and killed 1 7 y ear-old Jordan Davis, on a first-degree murder charge and even added counts to his charges. Dunn killed Davis at a gas station because he would not turn down his music. Sending a strong message, a grand jury decided to up grade Dunn's second-de gree murder charge to first-degree murder. If con victed, Dunn would face life JORDAN DAVIS ... was killed by MICHAEL DUNN in prison without the possi bility of parole. Dunn also had three counts of attempted murder added to his charges for po tentially harming the other youths that were in the car. Mandela Undergoes suraerv, Remains Hospitalized JOHANNESBURG Nelson Mandela on Satur day morning underwent en doscopic surgery to have gall stones removed, President Jacob Zuma's office said in a statement. The procedure was suc cessful and Mandela, who has been hospitalized since last weekend due to a recur ring lung infection, is recov ering, the statement said. Mandela has not ap peared in public since the NELSON MANDELA 2 0 1 0 World Cup hosted by s 0 u t h Africa. The former president g e t s roundthe-clock care since abdomi-nal surgery this year and an acute respiratory infection in 2011. More Troubling Details Emerge About Sandv Hook Iiiier Adam Lanza SOUTHBURY, Conn. At Newtown High School, Adam Lanza had trouble re lating to fellow students and teachers, but that was only part of his problem. He seemed not to feel physical or emotional pain in the same way as classmates. Lanza is the gunman that killed 20 children and 6 adults before killing himself at a Connecticut elementary school on Friday. Richard Novia, the school district's head of secu rity until 2008, who also served as adviser for the school technology club, said Lanza clearly "had some dis abilities." "If that boy would've burned himself, he would not have known it or felt it physi cally," Novia said. "It was my job to pay close attention to that." Novia was responsible for monitoring students as they used soldering tools and other potentially dangerous electrical equipment. He recalled meeting with ADAM LANZA school guidance counselors, administrators and with the boy's mother, Nancy Lanza, to understand his problems and find ways to ensure his safety. But there were other crises only a mother could solve. "He would have an episode, and she'd have to return or come to the high school and deal with it," Novia said, de scribing how the young man would sometimes withdraw completely "from whatever he was supposed to be doing," whether it was sitting in class or reading a book. Adam Lanza "co uld take flight, which I think was the big issue, and it wasn't a re bellious or defiant thing," Novia said. "It was with drawal." Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, who skipped an overseas trip this past week because of a stomach virus, sus tained a con SECREI'ARY OF STATE HILIARYR.. CLINTON cussion after fainting, the State Department said Satur day. The 6s-year-old Clinton, who's expected to leave her job soon after serving as America's top diplomat during President Barack Obama's first term, is recovering at home after the incident last week and is being monitored by doctors, according to a state ment by aide Philippe Reines. Gunman In Alabama DSPhaiSboodng ldentmed Jason Letts, 38, a white male from Jemison, Alabama, has been identified as the gun man in the shooting at St. Vin cent hospital in Alabama. Birmingham Police Chief A.C. Roper stated: In light ofthe recent mass shooting in Connecticut too many of these incidents end with unimaginable tragedy. I am amazed at the bravery of our officers as they confronted this armed gunman in the hallway Letts was fatally shot by po lice after opening fire in St. Vincent Hospital, wounding two employees and a police man. Gasolne Prices Sian To In Law Polll For 2112 Gas prices will soon drop to their lowest level of the year. By Monday, the national av erage should fall below the $3.28 a gallon that drivers paid on Jan. 1, according to analysts. The drop is a gift for those hitting the road during what is expected to be the busiest Christmas travel sea son in six years. Still, it's more like a stock ing stuffer. That's because for the second straight year, Americans will spend a record amount on gasoline. The gov ernment estimates that gas av eraged $3.63 a gallon this year, 10 cents above the record set a year ago. Drivers can only hope that forecasts for lower prices next year come true U.S. Attorney General Eric Holde responds to a question during a forum at the JFK Kennedy Library and Museum, in Boston, Tuesday, Dec. u, 201.2. BOSTON, M.A.-Attorney General Eric Holder said America's election sys tem needs to be made "stronger and more accessitice Department's challenges m to restrictive voting laws In a speech at the John F. ,! Kennedy Presidentia l Libr ary in Boston Holder criticized the country s antiquated re gistration system, calling it the single largest barrier to American voters. He pro posed that modern technology could help alleviate many problems, suggesting an up dated voter registration sys tem, coordinated between states, could rely on govern ment databases and be portable, allowing voters to remain registered to vote even when they move. Judge Ovenurns 3 Death Sentences ;n 0 Under Justice Act ,.. NORTH CAROLINA A North Carolina judge voided the death sentences of three convicted murderers two of whom were African-Ameri can, -citing that race played a significant role in their trial and sentencing. Death row inmates Tilmon Golphin, Christina Walters and Quintel Augustine had their cases reviewed under the Racia 1 Justice Act of 2009, a policy that allows death row cases to l?e recon sidered if relevant evidence suggests racism was a factor in the original trial. The act specifies that if race was found to be a factor in the trial, inmates' sentences would be reduced to life in prison without parole Gov. Bev Perdue signs the Racial Justice Act. Lawyers for the three con victed felons whose cases are all unrelated, found statisti ca l eyidence along with anec dotal and documentary evidence such as handwritten notes and race-based jury se lection processes, that proved that racist methods were used in deciding their fate. 0 m z :::! z m r:m c: r r-!!l z "'0 c: m r-(i) % m c m < m :::D < c: m 0 c ,.. z c ., Teen Brothers Wanted In Philadelphia Subwav Sh una :::D 6 MATI'HEW AND ERIC EARLY PHILADELPHIA Police are looking for two teen brothers who got into an ar gument with Bulls fans while on their way home from a Sixer game then opened fire hitting one of the Bulls fans and an innocent bystander. Authorities said that the shooting happened just after the 76ers lost to the Bulls 9689. "It's bizarre. This is behavior that is just over the top," Lt. John Walker said. "It's intolerabl e. I mean, people Ci) have to realize this reckless m .... behavior cannot continue." a:

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