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c Q -cr: Q ..J LL. Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 8 VOL. 67 NO. 19 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Job Fair And Small Business Expo Set SEE PAGES 2 1st Black Salesman Dies After lengthY Illness SEE PAGE 7 O c tobe r 2 0 ,, f .. ..... ... 520 000 00 Twenty Thousand 0 Doll ars ;; \lenzon Sex Crime suspect Faces Adult Charges SEE PAGE 19 TUTOR ING P ROGRAM RECEIVES $20,000 Las t T u es day, Verizon presented a check for $20,000 to Tampa Bay Community and Family Development Corporation, doing business as Bethesda Ministries, for the purpose of providing tutoring services for children 5-17 years old. The p rogram is an enhancement to the Out Of School Time Program. Several partners have supported the academic en richment efforts of East Tampa children. Those partners joined Mayor Bob Buckhorn in his office for the presentation. From left t o right: Margaret Brookins, Board member, Bethesda Ministries; Evangeline R. Best, East Tampa Neighborhood Organization Works (NOW); Maxine Woodside, Bethesda Ministries; Mayor Buckhorn; Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, Pastor, 34th Street Church of God; and Tamara Carroll, City of Tampa. Not shown, Demetria Clark of Verizon and Bohbi Davis, Children's Board of Hillsborough County. (Photography By BRUNSON)


:: features &6 ('II a: w m (.) 0 >=' <( C CJ) w :::::1 1-Mom Disputes Years Man Facing In Conspiracv case Recently the U.S. Attor ney Middle District of Florida Office stated in a press lease that Maurice Lavon Johnson, 30, was found guilty of conspiracy to pos sess with intent to distribute 100 kilograms or more of marijuana. The release stated, "Johnson faces a maximum penalty of 40 years in federal prison." However, Johnson's mother, Mrs. Juanita JohnsQn said her son does not qualify for a 40-year sen tence and that the statement is misleading. "I don't uphold my children in wrongdoing. But, this sends the wrong message. He does not meet the sentencing guidelines for that amount of time." William Daniels, 0: spokesperson for the U. S. LL Attorney Middle District of C Florida Office said, The press release stated the sentencing range guidelines. But c that may not be what he is ffi sentenced to. The judge takes :::::1 several things in considera-1-tion when sentencing, ineluding the person's past history and the sentencing W range guidelines for that ofC fense. It doesn't mean that the person will actually reCJ) ceive that amount of time. ::::i m The judge could impose a ::J lesser sentence." a. Johnson was indicted z i= on November 17, 2010, with W co-defendants Joel ...I ...I ::J m ...I w z MAURICE JOHNSON ... Convicted In Conspiracy Case Christopher Williams, and Rajeev Pherwani. Williams and Pherwani pled guilty and will be sen tenced on November 22, 2011. According to testimony and evidence presented at trial, Johnson as an enforcer and marijuana qual ity expert for a group, which met with undercover officers from the Tampa Police De. partment and Drug Enforcement Administration last October, and attempted to purchase several hundred pounds of marijuana. United States District Judge Virginia M. Hernandez Covington heard the case. Johnson has a sentencing date set for January 26, 2012. i= z w CJ) < c "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" a: 0 ...I LL Police Detective Pleads Guiltv In Corruption Case Last Thursday, a St. Pe tersburg detective arrested in June, entered a guilty plea to one count of public cor ruption FBI agents accused him of extorting money and gifts from a confidential in formant. The press release stated that Anthony Foster, 39, was indicted on July 5th, on the charge of public corrup tion. He faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in federal prison. According to the plea agreement, beginning in 2009 and through June 2011, Foster made known to one of his sources facing criminal charges, that he woilld contact judges and Assistant State Attorneys and provide positive information ANfHONY FOSTER .. Enters Guilty Plea about the person : In ex change for his help, Foster told the informant that he wanted cash and property. Foster received a cash payment of $7,075 from the person on April 6th. On April 15th, he reportedly received $325 in cash and a 40-inch flat screen television After receiving the cash andproperty, Foster placed a telephone call on behalf of the information to an Assistant State Attorney in Her. nando County During the call, Foster identified him self as a detective with the St. Petersburg Police Department. He also encouraged other officials in the department to contact the same attorney and provide positive infor mation about the informant. Foster was a 13-year veteran homicide detective at the time of his arrest. A sentencing date had not been set as of press time. CommunitvJob Fair And Small Business Expo Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday, October 2ih, State Representative Betty Reed and Leerone Benjamin, Special Project Director, will host a Job Fair and Small Business Expo. The event will take place at Ragan Park Community Cen ter, 1200 E. Lake Avenue, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The job fair, known as the "Employ Now Program," is planned in re sponse to the current economic crisis and a tight ening labor market. Rep. Reed hopes to attract em ployers who have available job openings in both full time and part time positions. Rep. Reed said, "We are not sitting still waiting for anyone to bring jobs to the area. We are going after em ployment for our con. stituents in District 59." Those employers partici pating in the job fair hope to fill positions ranging from entry level to management. They represent industries that include health care, cus tomer service, hospitality, finance, sales, insurance skilled trades, call centers, MRS. BETIY REED state Representative transportation, security, and seasonal help, among other industries. Those participating in the job fair and small business expo will have an opportu nity to meet and interview for current job openings; ob tain tips on writing resumes; learn interviewing tech niques; learn how to start your own business; and learn to become an entrepreneur. Those in attendance can also obtain employment informa tion from Tampa Bay Work. force. Leerone Benjamin, Special Project Director said, LEERONE BENJAMIN Special Project' Director "Creating Change for a better tomorrow." We must strive to create job opportunities by investing, training, building and growing our communi ties through Small Business Development. For each 1 person who opens or starts a small business, an additional 5 people may be hired." Anyone wishing to obtain more information can con tact Rep. Reed's Office at (813) 241-8024 or email at Betty.ReedmyfloridaBenjamin can be reached at (813) 7678628, or email lpcij@aol.com.


Features Mavor Signs Panhandling Ordinance Into law BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After y ears of discussion and debate the City of Tampa finally has a new ordi nance addressing the issue of panhandling on street cor ner s Members of City Council passed the ordinance with 41 vote. On Friday, Mayor Bob Buckhorn signed the ordinance into law. The three ordinances are: Option 1): Ban on street solicitation with exemption for newspapers; Option 2): Six-day ban on street solicitation; and Option 3): Ban on street solicitation with exemption for newspaper sales and allowance for expressive speech not requiring an exchange of objects. The ordinance also pro hibited any sales of any kind on the 10 intersections perceived as the busiest. Those Mayor Bob Buckhorn is .shown signing the new Panhandling Ordinance into law Friday. The ordinance takes effect on November t t. intersections are: Dale Mabry and W. Columbus Drive; N. 30th Street and E. Fowler Avenue; N. Armenia Avenue and W. Waters Avenue; N. 2223 Westshore Blvd ; N. 22nd Street and E. Hillsbor oughAvenue; 7701 W Court ney Campbell Causewa y ; W Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., and N. Boule v ard; N. 501 h Street and E. Fowler Avenue; W Columbus Drive and N. MacDill Avenue; and W Kennedy Blvd. and N. MacDill Avenue Those found in violation after it goes into effect on November 15 1 could face 60 days in jail and up to a $500 fine. On Friday, Tampa Police began warning panhandlers about the new law. The offi cers will issue warnings for a week and then begin making arrests. Mayor Buckhorn said panhandling has gotten out of control, that the ordinance is long overdue, and that the ordinance has been a long time coming. Deputv Anributes Her Survival To Faith In God After a suspect shot her three times Hillsborough County Deputy Lyonelle DeVeaux called her mother and asked her to pray for her. Last Thursday, Deputy DeVeaux made a public ap pearance in a news confer. ence surrounded by her family and co-workers. She is recovering from the injuries she last month. He mother Mrs. Martha De Veaux said I am tha nkful. It could hav e been so different. We could have been preparing for a fu neral. Deputy De Veatix, 35, said, ''I'm just thankful to God that I'm here. I know that I'm here becau s e of my faith in God .... I kept pra y ing. Wh e n I wasn t trying to rela y something to the m I just k ept praying. On the night of Sept e m ber 30th, Deputy DeVeaux responded to a 9-1-1 hang up call at 4747 West Waters Avenue. She met with Ms. Jessica Gipson, 28, the girlfriend of the susp e ct, in reference to a domestic vio lence complaint. She also met with the suspect, later identi fied as 24-year old Matthew Buendia. Deputy De Veaux placed the victim in the back DEPU'IY LYONELLE DEVEAUX ... Recovering from injuries of her patrol car to conduct an interview When Deputy De Veaux turned a round Buendia was too clos e and ord e red him to step b ack. At that point around 10:24 p.m., Buendia who was standing 3 to 5 fee t from Deputy De Veaux, is a l leged to have raised hi s hands and started backing away, then suddenly pulled a firearm from his pants a nd began shooting. Police said nine shot s were fired, with three bull e ts hitting Deputy De Veaux in the lower leg the upper leg, and the shoulder. Deputy De Veaux is a five-year veteran with the Hillsborough County SherMAITHEW BUENDIA ... Charged with shooting a deputy iffs Office. She has been as signed to Uniform Patrol Dis trict 3 since July 2006. She w a s list e d in g ood condition on Monday. Followin g th e shooting Buendia, a former Marine fle d to his apartment at the Inwood Park Apartment complex where he barri c a ded himself inside. He was later arrested and charged with battery domestic vio l e nce; domestic viol e nce by s trangulation ; t a mpering with a state witness; and at tempted second-degree mur der of a law enforcement officer with a firearm. He re mains in custod y in the Hills borough County Jail without bond. Commissioner Plans Fourth Kitchen Cabinet Meeting c }< 0 0 a m m lJ N 9' N 0 .... .... LES MILLER, JR. County Commissioner BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday, October 24th, Hillsborough County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., will host his Fourth Kitchen Cabinet Meeting The meet ing will take place at the Seminole Heights United Methodist Church 6111 N. Central Avenue, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. This is the fourth in a se ries of Kitchen Cabinet meet ings Commissioner Miller has hosted. Its purpose is for the residents of Hillsborough County to meet Commis-sioner Miller and voice their concerns. By hosting the Kitchen Cabinet meetings in the neighborhoods, the people can attend and 'Commissioner Miller can hear their concerns. The meetings are in keeping with Commissioner Miller's philosophy that he works for the people who elected him. Although this Kitchen Cabinet meeting is taking place in the Seminole Heights community, any res.., idents of District 3 are en-r couraged to attend. 0 Commissioner Miller feels that many of the issues > in District 3 overlap individ-ual neighborhood boundaries z within District 3. He feels that it is to hear m from the people in an open r forum, where they can ask questions and offer sugges-tions of mutual concern m Commissioner Miller ::::! z plans to continue hosting the ., Kitchen Cabinet meetings C: throughout his district. Other Kitchen Cabinet meetings en will be held in the future. ffi For more information, C contact Commissioner Miller's office at (813) 2725720 m < m c:-m 0 c > z c .., lJ c Call Michelle B. 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0 itoria s/ o u mns 10 FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETI N tions. The y would also cap-N (USPS 2 0 2 140 ) ture other crimes, such as ffi 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 ( 813) 248-1921 dru g deals, robberies mug -m Published Every Tuesday and Friday By ki d th FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., g mgs, CaiJaC ng an 0 er Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) such criminal activities. I OO and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. New York. don t see that as being bad ei1990 -94 CP Timelnternational POSTMASTER: send Address change To: The lODU EVeS 01 The laW ther. Florida Sentinel Bulletin, There is a saying that peo-C/) P.o. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 ple use all the time. They ask Periodical Postage Paid At Taf!lpa, FL W We always knew that the piece does not hold water. the question, where are the c. Blythe Andrews law had long arms. Now, the There is no such th. ing as pripolice when you need them? 1901-1&n (1945) c. Blythe Andrewa, Jr. law has long eyes. The eyes vacy at an intersection or on In times of trouble, there is 1930-2010 <19n) come in the form of cameras our streets. So, that is no exno replacement for the po-s. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER l d b all th }' b th 1 f th c. BLYTHE ANDREWS 111, PRESIDENT ocate at usy Intersections. cuse not to mst e camIce, ut e ong eyes o e ALUSON WELLS.CLEBERT, cFo The cameras are strategically eras. law would be better than GWEN HAYES, EDITOR l d th th h Th b th' IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR p ace SO at ey can p 0-e raCISt piece can e no mg. HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER tograph illegal traffic violasolved by not putting these Potential law-breakers BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR 1 uld al kn th th TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER tions at intersections cameras in B ack neighbor-WO ways OW at ey LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER The cameras are not just hoods only. Instead, they are being watched. This could something for the City of should be installed at all busy bring about a reduction of Subscriptions-$44.Cl0-6 Months Both Editions: $87 00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Colurmlsls or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect the edHorial stance of The Rorlda Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Senator Jovner Scores A Ten' For Humanitv What Senator Arthenia Joyner did recently in the Florida Legislature should be the envy of every legislator in theState of Florida. She sponsored a bill that was not only humanitarian, but it made bedrock c sense. Senate Bil1524, "Healthy Pregnancies for In carD: cerated Women Act" made it illegal and no longer necI.L essary to shackle pregnant women inmates during c z labor. What's that you say? You didn't know that the life of the mother, but the baby"-most certainly, w C someone using a guise of "economic-watch-dogging" w objected that either treating female inmates humanely during their most vulnerable and most human mo::i ments was either too cost-effective, or might pose a m danger to corrections officers. However, Joyner stood :::: o. her ground Z Wishing we had ten Arthenia J oyners in Tallahastij see, we take off our hats to the legislator with the big ...J heart, perseverance, and perpetual smile. May the vot...J :::: ers of her District continue to realize they have a war-m rior on side. ...J w z i= z w C/) 1%: 0 ...J I.L PSI Tests And Mammograms: Bv The Numbers Within the past year, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended that women not get annual mammograms and PAP smears. Now USPSTF is back and is advising healthy men not to receive PSA (prostate specific antigen) tests, which indicate whether a patient needs further testing for prostate cancer. We want to know, what gives with USPSTF? Perhaps, you have suffered from prostate, cervical or breast cancer; know someone who has been diagnosed with prostate, cervical or breast cancer, or have insurance that covers annual PSA tests, PAP smears or mammograms. If you are Black, that's all the more reason to join us as we support continuation of the use of PSA tests PAP smears and mammograms, especially when Black people seem to be diagnosed with these cancers at later stages than do other ethnic groups. The numbers of Black victims have familiar names. Call them Rufus, James, Les, Oswald, Bob, Gretchen, linda, Gretta, Joyce, and Sheila. They are the names of people we know. By the way, though we're presently at odds with members of USPSTF, we urge them also w to get PSA tests, PAP smears and mammograms. Our argument is simplistic: Staying alive makes good a; sense. Tampa, but cities all across intersections regardless of crime in our neighborhoods the nation are either inwhere they are located. In addition, the fines that stalling these cameras or are People should not be able would come in from the trafconsidering installing them. to commit traffic violations fie violations would certainly Some citizens are upset and get away with them just help the city's treasury. I sugabout these cameras and because the police aren't gest we give the cameras consider them to be an invaaround, regardless of what the long eyes of the law -a sion of privacy or racist atcolor they are or who they chance. tempts to target Blacks and are. If cameras will help, then Non criminals would be other minorities. let them be. willing to take that chance. This writer's opinion is Of course, cameras would What about you? Non crimi-that the invasion of privacy not only capture traffic violanals will have nothing to fear. James Weldon Johnson 11811 -19381: Educator, Composer And Civil Rights Advocate "Lift every voice and sing/ Til earth and Heaven ring ... Elementary school children of our generation had to learn the words to the song Lift Every Voice And Sing. Today, I doubt if that happens in many public schools. Born in Jacksonville, Florida to a hotel waiter, James Johnson and a school teacher Louise Dillet, James Weldon Johnson and his brother J. Rosamond Johnson were reared in a home where they were encouraged to read English literature books, taught to play the piano and to appreciate music. Both brothers excelled in the jects. Johnson also excelled in sports as a pitcher for the Domestics baseball team. After graduating from Stanton Grade School in Jack sonville, Johnson attended Atlanta University, gradu ated with honors and. returned to Jacksonville to teach and later became the principal of his grade school alma mater. Eventually, his grade school, Stanton, became a high school because of Johnson's dynamic leader ship. Johnson left the field of education to study and pursue a brief career in law becoming the first Black in Florida to qualify for the Bar through an open examina tion in state court in 1897 Upon Johnson's brother J. Rosamond's return to Jacksonville after a brief stay in the music world on Broad way in New York, both brothers began to write songs, operas and musicals, and spend summers promot ing their art together on Broadway. In 1900, Johnson wrote the song "Lift Every Voice And Sing in honor of President Abraham Lincoln's birthday celebration. Today the song is known as the Na tional Negro Anthem. Eventually, several inci dents, which included a near lynching for dating a Black woman who looked white, as well as the destruction of Stanton High School by fire, forced the Johnson broth ers to leave Jacksonville and to move to the "bright lights" ofNewYork. There, they be came popular for their talents as composers of musicals and operas. In time, .Johnson was appointed to the position of United States Consul in Venezuela from 1906 to 1909, and then was ap pointed United States Counsel to Nicaragua by President Theodore Roosevelt. In 1912, Johnson left the State Department to become a Civil Rights advocate and Field Secretary for the Na tional Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People '(NAACP). Under his leader ship, branches of the NAACP in the South mushroomed from three branches to more than 130 branches. Johnson's success with the NAACP ultimately re sulted in his becoming the first Black man to serve as Executive Secretary of that organization from 1919 to 1920. During Johnson's tenure as Executive Secretary he raised the awareness of Americans to the beatings, hangings, and lynching of Blacks Yet, though he worked tirelessly to secure passage of a federal anti lynching bill in Congress House of Representatives, the Senate defeated the bill. Finally, after 14 years .of service, James Weldon Johnson left the NAACP to return to the field of educa tion as a professor at Fisk University, teaching creative writing literature and leader ship skills. Johnson earned several prestigious awards, the NAACP Spingam Award and the Harmon Award for his writing God s Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons In Verse. In 1928, .Johnson died in a car crash in Maine, at the age of 67. He is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. But, his music and his achievements will never die. Harambee!


State 29 Interveners Join Florida Election 'taw Change TALLAHASSEE Civil rights groups and labor unions are among 29 interveners join ing Florida's election law case as defendants. A three-judge federal court panel in Washington, D. C., ap proved the six groups and 23 in dividuals last Wednesday. They include the Florida Chapter of the National Associ ation for the Advancement of Colored People, La Raza, the Florida AFL.:CIQ aha Florida League of Women Voters. Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning initially sued the federal government for "pre clearance" approval of the state s new election law. Browning later amended the also challenge that re quirement. It's part of the fed eral Voting Rights Act and designed to ensure election laws are not discriminatory. The interveners contepd Florida's law is discriminatory and should be rejected. Other interveners include Project Vote, State Sen. Arthenia Joyner and State Rep. Janet Cruz. Floridians Urged To Register Emergencv Contact Information Florida residents are encour aged to register their emergency contract information with the state. The purpose of registering now is to have contact informa tion on file before an emergency occurs. According to the Florida De partment of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, (DHSMV) more than 5 million Floridians have already taken advantage of the program and registered Recently, the DHSMV teamed up with the Division of Emergency Management to en courage all Floridians to register their contacts. The Emergency Contact In formation program allows licensed drivers and identification card holders to submit two contacts to notify in the event of an emergency, such as a vehicle crash. The informa tion can then be accessed only in the event of an emergency and only by law enforcement officers to find designated contacts. up is quick and con venient. RegJ.ster from home or at work through the Internet at www.flhsmv gov/eci and at any driver license office in the state, to include those operated by county tax collectors. There is no cost to register your contact information. The program came into exis tence after a woman was killed in a traffic accident and law en forcement didn' f have any infor mation to mak e a quick notification. After the woman's death her mother founded an organization addressing notification with th e assistance ofher state represen tative DHSMV launched the pro gram during the first week of October 2006. c m en c 0 a m m ::u """' """' ., r 0 :!:! c )> en m z ::! z m r aJ c r r m ::! z "tt c aJ r Ci) ::I: m c m < m ::u < c m en c )> z c ., :!:! c


c a: u. c z THEHOLLEYFAMILY We would like to wish our Mama Turkey, a birth-en day. We love you Mama ..... > a: w > w c w J: en :J m ::J c. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z i= z w en c a: 0 ...J u. Sista Sista MEKA And MEKA I would love to wis h m y other and better half a h a pp y 31s t birthda y MEKAAndSHON Fir st l a dy, i t's your d ay and I' m sayi n g h a pp y birth day, althou gh every d ay is y our d ay Love y ou Daddy Shon. DEJA SIMMONS-CHARLES JET SET HUDSON Jet Set Hudson was in Washington, DC, for the ded ication of the Martin Luther King Jr. M e morial on the Mall. And Jet Set said that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. came to Washington DC, 48 years ago and said the I Have A Dream" speech You can s ee Jet Set Hudson every Tuesday night at 10:30 on Comedy Central and the show is called 'Worka holics.' Be -the boss Create jobs. Be the owner. Jet Set Hudson. President Obama 2012. \ '' I ', ;:, HBPPV Binhdav EBONY, DEJA, C. CHARLES, SR., And C. cHARLES, JR. Happ y birthday. From, mom, dad, family and friends Enjoy your 10th birthday baby girl. Haoov Birthdav KIM KIM -Just want to wish m y partner in crime my go-getter when I need it my everything, my other half of my heart beat and my spending partner a big happ y birthday. Love, Smiley and the family. KIM HBPPV Birthdav They say stunting is a habit. Well, I guess that means 24-7 for you! "That part! Love you forever, Smiley.


AIIAbout You! I Happv Birthdav KIA, KW ANI, DAIDAI, PITI, MARl And FELLA Happy birthday to the world s best mother, Mookie. A father was never needed because we alwa y s had you. We love you and may God bless you with many more. HliPPV Birthdav TEQUILLA, PRECIOUS, VALERIE And KATRICA Happy birthday to Valerie and my lovely ladies, TeQuilla (Oct. 12), Precious (Oct. 19), Valerie (Oct. 20) and Katrica (Oct. 29). KIM KIM H appy birthday, Boowii. H8PPV1St Birthdav KEONDRE 'BUDDY' LEBRON Oct. 26 Happy birthday to m y son who s celebrating his birthday with family and friends. Love, mom "Keywe." Big Bov Status DONTAVIUS SINGLETON I'm what the game' s been missing. --------------------------------------------rn 1st Black Companv Salesman Dies After g Lengthv Illness A popular man died last Thursda y a fter a long illness. He bec a me the fir s t African Americ a n in Hill s borough County to work as a salesman the for S a l Italiano Famil y at Anthon y Distributors. A Tampa native, Mr. Roy L. Edwards graduated from Middleton High Sch9ol in 1967 and joined the Navy during the Vietnam Era. After completing his tour of duty Mr. Edwards an honorable discharge and returned home. ROY L. EDWARDS companies after leaving An thony Distributors before be coming an entrepreneur. As an entrepreneur, he operated two businesses before his health began to fail. :::rJ N N 0 ..... ..... During his life in Tampa, Mr. Edwards worked as a meat c utter at The Drive In Market, corner of N. 37th Street and then Buffalo Avenue. He also served as the trombone player in the Soul Operators Band managed by his brother, Freddie. Mr. Edwards was hired as a beer salesman at Anthon y Distributors, becoming the first African American to serve in that capacity in Hillsbor ough County. He was well known for the many promotional events he spon sored throughout the city. Although Mr. Edwards officially retired, he became in volved in recycling. He also en joyed spending time with his daughter. Ms. Royale Edwards, granddaughters, and "T1 other family members and 0 fi.iends. :::rJ He worked for two other Funeral services for Mr. Edwards will take place on Saturday, October 29th Aikens Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrange ments. c )> en m z ::! z m r-aJ c: Our Militar Men And Women Wharton Graduate Completes Militarv Training en ::::1: m c Army Pvt. Christian R. Jaca graduated from the Field Ar.: tillery Automated Tactical Data Systems Specialist Advanced Indi vidual Training. He completed the training at Fort Sill, in Lawton Oklahoma m < m The course is designed to train soldiers as specialists to operate the ad v anced field artillery tactical data systems for both cannon -i and multiple launch rocket systems. Skills training included meth-C: ods of computing target locations using computers or manual cal-rn culations ammunition handling techniques and operating and C performing maintenance on related equipment vehicles, genera-?( tors, and artillery tactical data systems. )> Pvt. Jaca is the son of Danilsa Figueroa, of Tampa and Hector R. Jaca, of New Windsor, NY. He is a 2010 graduate of "T1 Wharton H i gh School. :::rJ c Armv Enlistee Graduates From Fire Support Training Ar m y Pvt. Damien Richards has gr a duated from the Fire Support Specialist A dvan c ed Individual Tr a ining. He completed the tra inin g a t F ort Sill in Lawt on Oklahoma Th e cou r s e i s d es ign ed to train students to establish maintain and operate radio and wire communications and speech security equipment including encoding and decoding messages Tqe y also must prepare and maintain daily staff journals, maps, charts and other fire supp9rt and target processing procedures, records and documents. _Pvt. Richards is the son of Laura Richards, of Tampa, and a 2011 Robinson High School graduate. ?(


Local .n N a: w m 0 .... (.) 0 >"' w c w l: en :::i m ::: a. z Iii ...I ...I ::: m ...I w z i=' z w en ccurred at this including 'allowing underage patrons inside and serving them alcohol. "Incidents lesser than this has occurred at other clubs and they were shut down quickly, but for some reason this place has been allowed to continue doing business." Erica Lewis told Council members that she believes no club needs to be operating if you need airport-type secu rity measures The murder of Leslie Jones was senseless. My godson was killed at that club, and he was underage and should have never been allowed inside : Take away the wet zon ing. I hold the city account able for allowing this club to stay open. Drug use and other illegal activities go on at the club all the time and it must stop." The majority of those who addressed the Council said they believe .the' club inten tionally attracts a criminal el ement and promotes -that by offering drink specials and al lowing underage patrons in side Fran. Constantino, an Ybor City realtor, said in her opinion, if the club's owner, Juel Brewer, wants to sue, let him. ''You sQ.ollldn't allow that threat to stop you from tak ing action and shutting the club down. Finally, it was requested that a public hearing be held to declare Club Empire a public nuisance, and have its liquor license revoked. Council members will wait to hear from Brewer before any decision is made on what action to take against the club.


c m Pastor Feels Local Agencies Should Take over 11 HKILoses Funding BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, a Hillsborough County program given the responsibility of protecting at-risk children learned that it is in danger oflosing $65.5 million in state funding. The program's contract isinjeop. ardy because 8 children died while under their supervi sion. The Hillsborough Kids Inc. non-profit organization came into existence in 1999 It has the responsibility of protecting 2,500 children in Hillsborough County who have been or who are at risk of abuse. However the agenc y came under fire be cause during a 2y ear period eight of those chilaren rang ing in age from 4 months to 12 y ears hav e died Hillsborough Kids, Inc., had the highest death toll in the state among its peer or ganizations. Elder Charles Davis, Senior Pastor of College Hill Church Of God In Christ served more than 22 of his 30 years as a county em ployee in social services. Ad ditionally, he continues to work in the field in the pri vate sector with the church's Family Enrichment Center and Kinship Program. Elder Davis said, I read the article in the Sentinel about the deaths of those 8 children and I per sonally think it was tragic and very misfortunate. It is my understanding that HKI's contract is up for renewal and others outside of the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County may be applying to ... Senior Pastor of College Hill Church Of God In Christ provide the services that HKI currently provides. I believe that no one can say with any certainty that the tragedies that occurred would not have happened on someone else s watch, if in fact the state is using this as the reason for not renewing HKI' s contract. It is my belief that the people and leader ship here in Hillsborough County should make a state ment that whatever the state does the services offered should remain under HKI or some other agency in the county. Elder Davis said if the services do not remain under the auspices HKI or another organization in Hillsborough County, then there would be a loss of jobs. He further pointed out that agencies outside of this county are not familiar with the demo graphics of this county. We cannot have an out side agency deciding our des tiny as it relates to providing services for our children. The incidents related to the deaths of these children should be fully looked into and it should be determined Missing Child Alert A Florida Missing Child Alert has been issued for Kevin Fucien, a Black male, 5 feet tall, who was last seen carrying a black school bag, and Jacquelyn Julien, a Black female 16 years old, 5'5 tall, who was last seen wearing black jeans and a black or navy blue suit jacket. She was also carrying a school bag with the gold lettering "sp." Authorities said the chil dren were last seen in the area of Boo South 26th Av enue in Hollywood. The chil dren may be in the company of Guerline Paul, 37. If anyone has information on the whereabouts of these children contact the Holly wood Police Department at 1-954-9657-4357. if the appropriate actions were taken. I also believe that HKI should have the opportunity to make full disclo sure as to what happened. If there are any shortfalls on their part, then they should be mandated to correct them," Elder Davis said. c !< 0 a m m :a


u; C\1 a: w m (.) Appreciation Service For Pastor And Firstladv 0 Christ of Cal v a ry Community Church held an Appreciation Service for Bishop Philip F. ffi Tucker, Sr. and his wife, First Lady Maretha Tucker. The theme of the servic e was The :;:) Church Changing The World: The Power Of Oneness. t-The speaker was Bishop Dexter McDonald of Community Outreach Word of Deliverance Church, Bradenton (Photos by Julia Jackson) B ishop l,'hilip and Mrs. Maretha Tucker were recognized 0 during an appreciation service in their honor at Christ of D:: Calvary Community Church. LL z c( c en w :;:) .... it w > w c w ::I: en :::i m :;:) 0.. z i= w ...J ...J :;:) m w z i= z w en C a: 0 ...J LL 0 W Members Jereminique 0 Cannon and Sereminique If Pierce. Rowana Wilson visited the service with her husband, Curley WJ.lson, a member. Deacon Adrian Johnson. Dr. Philetha TuckerJohnson, twin daughter of the honorees. Honorees' granddaughter, Adria Johnson came from Bethune-Cookman University to celebrate with her grandparents. Celebrating 30 Years 01 Faithful Service Faith Temple Church of God in Christ celebrated 30 years of faithful service of its pastor Superintendent J. M. Singletary. Services were held October 10th-16th with visiting min isters each evening. Guest ministers and churches included Elder Freddie Fluker, 24th Ave. Praise and Worship Church with Pastor Harry Scott; College Hill Church of God iri Christ with Elder Charles Davis; Children of God Pentecostal Church and Pastor Frank L. Williams; Wheeler Temple COCIC St. Petersburg and Pastor Daniel E. Davis; Shiloh District Zion Hill COGIC, Ocala, Elder F. Smith, officiating; and Faith Temple COGIC, Deacon L. Huggins, Chairman; Church Mother E. Johnson, Co-Chair; and Missionary E. Williams, Chair. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Elder J. M. Singletary, right, is shown with his daughters and granddaughter: Marie Smith, J o.Anna Williams and Tesha Hydes (granddaughter). Accompanying Elder Davis from College Hill COGIC were, Mrs. Gyden, Rosanna and Dea. William McCullough. Pincase Nobles and Timothy Nobles. Deacon David Coleman. Evangelist Barbara Kelly.


Horoscopes/Soaps Horoscopes Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Take extra time for rest and reflection. Peace and quiet restores your energies. Let go of any power struggles. They're not worth the energy. Keep it mellow. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -You may be torn be tween wanting to be public and private. Be adaptable to the cir cumstances to find balance. Don t get sidetracked by household issues. Ask someone else for help. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --You' re in the spotlight, and previous preparation serves you well now. There could be a change in plans, so have a backup, just in case. Find another route Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Take time to ponder deep questions. Take an outing or adventure that stimulates philo sophical discovery. It doesn't need to be distant or expensive. Consider what you really want. Pisces (Feb.19-March 20)-Financial planning opens a new road. Patience helps reveal the best direction. Communi cation creates solutions. Listen to one who disagrees, and see it their way. Then choose. Aries (March 21-April19)-Find strength in partnership if the day threatens to stress you out Go along with a decisive person who agrees with you. Together you can weather any storm. Taurus (April 20-May 20)-You're entering a time of great activity. Take good care of your health and get the rest that keep s your motor running Avoid romantic risks and sharp turns. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Romance and love are im portant and available now. Play nicely Don't get carried away by sudden emotions. Use them to feed your art. Express them to someone who matters. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -There's no place like home. Create a peaceful ambiance with tea, soothing music and can dlelight. No need for risks or travel today. Enjoy your cozy nest. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -You' re getting smarter, and all this study and practice helps. Take good notes for best results. There's no need for gambling. Postpone an investment (unless it's in education). Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You may want to play, but now's as good time as ever to make some money. It could take some planning and budgeting, but you can accomplish what you apply yourself to. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Errors are likely to occur when you're trying to make everything happen at once. Slow down to get there faster. The moon in your sign today empowers you. Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAl.ITIFUL Liam and Hope have a heart-to-heart after Brooke reveals the truth to Liam; an upset Ridge compares Brooke to Stephanie; Ridge appoints Marcus to be the publicity point person for the "Hope for the Future" campaign. Ridge and Taylor don't believe Brooke's accusation that Steffy and Bill conspired together; Steffy defends herself when Liam puts her on the hot seat in front of. Hope. Nick and Brooke share time together at Il Giardino; Thorne implements his plans for a coup at Forrester Creations; Taylor finds herself conflicted on whether to support Ridge or Thorne. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Rafe reluctantly takes in an un likely houseguest; Lexie cautiously agrees to a truce with EJ; Abe has an appealing offer for Jennifer; Chad wonders if EJ could be involved with suspicious activity on his Web site. Rafe reluctantly takes in an unlikely houseguest; Lexie cautiously agrees to a truce with EJ; Abe has an appealing offer for Jen..: nifer; Chad wonders if EJ could be involved with suspicious activitY on his Web site. Sami and Austin s living proximity makes things tense for their partners; Bo and Hope hit a dead end with Maggie's egg search; Madison and Marlena weigh in on Brady and John's relationship.Stefano gives EJ advice on Nicole and the campaign; Kate counsels Austin on his living arrangements; Marlena helps the teens decorate Horton Town Square for Hal loween; Abigail fights flickers of jealousy when she sees Melanie and Chad bonding. GENERAL HOSPITAL Lisa has plans for Robin and Patrick; Carly and Sam find middle ground; Elizabeth has an encounter with a mystery man. Maxie gets through to Matt; Jason gets an important phone call; Spinelli finds someone. Carly reveals a secret to Jason; Kate has unfinished business to complete; Sonny makes plans. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Cutter spells out the terms of his deal to Rex; Todd makes a confession in court. Kim s friend shows up at Llanfair; Michael and Marcie pay John a surprise visit. Tomas asks Blair again if she still loves Todd; Viki plays referee to Todd and Tina. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Myrna's bandages cover more than her burns; Ronan catches Adam with incriminating evidence. Jill confronts prison-bound Colin; Victor receives news from Nikki. Phyllis flirts with Ronan; Roxy derails Abby s feelings for Devon. Fictures From The Fast Don Flowers of Show Biz Expo (left), conferred with Reginald Wilds (right), about plans for a summer program for the youth in Central Park. The Florida Sentinel "Around The Town Photographer" caught Ms. Rosalie Jones and Ms. Joyce Boglin while attending an event at the Tampa Theater. D. J. Rock-It-Rod, Fire and Ice provided the music for an Easter Parade in Palm River. ... 1\) U1 1\) 0 ....... ....... Members of a local social club gathered for a group picture. They are as follows: ::2 Lola Frieson, Mary Mitchell Ruth Allen, Catherine English, Nettie t5 Dennis, Eddie Lee Jones, Emma Daniels, Lillian Houz, Barbara Johnson and Bar-n:'l baraBlue. ....... ........


a: w m f2 u 0 Tampa Wins National league II Cities Award For Aherschool Programs U. S. Rep. Kathy Castor, center was at the George M. Steinbrenner Boys & Girls Club in West Tampa, for one of the local Lights on Afterschool rallies on Oct. 20, as part of a nationwide celebration of out-of-school time programs. Also shown from left to right:t Boys & Girls Club Area Director Shervin Rassa, Children's Board Resource Development Manager Bobbi Davis, Dunbar Elementary Principal Krystal Carson, Jaila Capaz and DaMonyea Stephens of West Tampa Elementary, Ryan Mosley of Blake High School, Just Elementary Principal Carolyn Hill and Boys & Girls Club Program Director Jessica Groom. The National League of Cities has named Tampa one of the 27 most advanced cities in the U.S. for its efforts to coordinate afterschool opportunities for children and youth. The announcement is the result of a research report commissioned by the Wallace Foundation and published by the National League of Cities Institute for Youth, Education and Families. Other cities include Boston, Chicago, New York, Washington, D. C., and Jacksonville, the only other Florida city represented. Six key elements identified by the Wallace Foundation as essential for building sustainable, coordinated afterschool systems include: committed leadership, a public or private coordinating entity, multi-year planning, reliable information, expanding participation, and a commitment to quality. The honor came as Tampa and Hillsborough County out-of-school programs took part in the nationwide "Afterschool Alliance 12th Annual Lights On Afterschool" rallies the after noon of Oct. 20. The local rallies, held at Boys & Girls Clubs, schools, parks and recreation locations, and faith-based and other providers, brought attention to afterschool programs, which have suffered recent budget cuts across the country. Diversitv Spells Success For Entrepreneur ANTHONY "BIG AMP" PARKER BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Anyone who knows Anthony "Big Amp" Parker, automatically asso ciates him with the entertain ment industry. But he insists for the past two decades, he's been constantly reinventing himself. "People who aren't close to me think I only deal in the entertainment industry, but I'm also a consultant and marketing campaign manager. I try to be consistent no matter what I do. I had to diversify my ser vices and my clientele. I also warit to dispel this notion that you need to go outside of Tampa to do business. Big Amp said what a lot of people don't know is there are free resources out there that aren't being used. "If used correctly, they can boost business and increase revenue. "There are no short cuts. You have to work hard to make it happen I want entrepreneurs to be inspired and encouraged to use consulting services, because there is so much more to learn about business and networking." Big Amp said there are a lot of black-owned businesses shutting down because they lack the resources and knowledge to grow. He said they must prepare for the rough times that lie ahead. "I don't sacrifice my princi ples or self respect. I don't believe in burning bridges." Financial Professional Named To Prudential Council ST.PETERSBURG,FLRoy James, a Financial Professional, in The Prudential Insurance Company of America's Sunshine State Agency, was recently named a member of the Prudential Agency Distribution Chairman's Council. This new program, estab lished in 2011, recognizes the prestigious achievement of top-performing financial pro fessionals. Chairman's Council is Agency Distribution's highest level of recognition for top performers. This distinguished affiliation reflects an extraordinary commitment to helping clients achieve finan cial security by offering insur ance and financial products ROY JAMES that support their individual financial goals, whether estate planning, business needs or retirement plans. James, a resident of St. Petersburg, is active with Boys & Girls Clubs of The Suncoast and The St. Pete Free Clinic.


Loca m en c }< 0 Glazer Museum New Emplovees looking To Make Communitv Aware BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Two new employees at the Glazer Children's Museum are making their way through the Tampa community, with the support of the President and CEO, AI Na.ijar. Marshalle Smith, an Events Planner with the mu seum, has b ee n there for 2 months. Neville Lee, who as sisted with the design of the museum, has actually been employed there a little more than a month. He is Manager of Marketing and Communica tions. Both would like to make the community more aware of what the museum offers, for instance, the $2 Tuesdays, 2-7 p. m. and free tickets to nonprofit organizations. Ms. Smith is available to assist clients in executing their visions for weddings, corporate meetings, and basically any event that requires a unique location, great environ ment, food and beverage A native of Bermuda, she most recently worked at Ever est University as a Master Ad missions Representative. She spent nearly 20 years with the Bermuda Dept. of Tourism as Tampa Native, Former School Teacher Dies 01 HeartAnack Mrs. Anthena Brown, a Tampa native and 40-year teacher in the Hillsborough County School System, died on Tuesday of a heart attack. She was 82 years old. In addition to teaching, Mrs. Brown did taxes and book keeping : She was also director of the Lowry Day Care Center at Beulah Baptist Church for sev eral years She was a graduate of F AMU and received her Master' s de gree from Columbia University A longtime, dedicated member of Beulah, Mrs. Brown served on the Trustee Board, in the choir, Sanctuary Ladies and other organizations. She was also a de vote d member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Funeral services will be h e ld on Saturday, October 29, 2011, 11 a. m. at Beulah. Wilson Fu neral Home is in charge of the service. Mrs. Browri is survived by a daughter, Ouida Brown, 2 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Graphics and Design of the Glazer Children's Museum. He worked with the museum de veloping galleries, exhibits, ex hibits, and computer interactive. Prior to coming to Tampa, h e had made a name for himself with Sci-Port Dis covery Center in Shreveport, LA as the E xhibit Developer and Designer He received recognitions from Parents Magazine for his work with Sci-Port Discovery Center as one of the nation's 10-Best Sci ence Centers for families. staff of the Glazer Children's 0 ---4 0 llJ m :::0 Museum, he' s hoping to be a part of taking the museum to higher heights with support from the community. I'IJ (11 MARSHELLE SMITH a Senior Business Development Manager. NEVILLE LEE Neville Lee came to Tampa in 2007 as the Director of Tampa .it Housinn 1\uthorihj I!) Having recently joined the Lee has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Industrial De sign and Technology from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh (2002). The native of Cleveland, OH started the design firm, EN Design with Ecstaci Davis in 2010 in an effort to help de velop the community through design AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY RESIDENTS October 10, 2011 PlEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORilY MANAGEMENT TEAM HAS VIEWED THE "YOIJTUBE' SITE REGARDING RESIDENTS INVOLVED IN VARIOUS FIGHTS AT SEVERAL PUBLIC HOUSING COMMUNmES AND WE FEEL THAT THESE VIDEOS ARE EMBARRASSING TO THE MAJORITY OF THE RESIDENTS LIVING IN OUR. CO.MMUN.'t'TIES WHO ARE STRIVING TO PROVIDE A POSITIVE QUAUTY OF UFE FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR CH'IlDREN, THE VIDEOS DON'T Sr A GOOD EXAMPLE FOR YOUR CHILDREN OR THE Of OUR COMMUNmES THAT MAY BE WATCHING THEM AND BECOME ENCOURAGED TO DO THE SAME; THEY REPRESENT POOR EXAMPLES OF LAWLESSNESS AND OUT OF CONTROL CONDUCT. .RESIDENTS PARTICIPATING IN THESE ACTIVmES SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOR WilL NOT BE TOLERATED I OUR MANAGERS AND. OTHER STAFF PERSONS: WILL BE .. MONITORING SOOAL NETWORK SITES. WE CONSIDER THIS TO BE A SERIOUS MATTER COULD POSSIBLY LEAD TO EVI.CTION PROCEEDINGS. AODmONALLY, A TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORilY BULLETIN "NEWS FOR THE. DA: r-rs BEING DISTRIBUTED THAT DETAILS OUR CONCERN WITH GAMBUNG AS WELL. IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCE.RN AT ALL REGARDING YOUR COMMUNITY, WE'SUGGESTYOU CONTACfTHE MANAGER ON THE PROPERTY WHERE YOU RESIDE OR CONTACT THE CENTRAL OFFICE TO SEE HOW THIS BEHAVIOR CAN AFFECT YOUR TENANCY. AGAIN, THIS TYPE OF CONDUCT IS TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE.' RESIDENTS THAT ADHERE TO TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY'S RULES AND REGULATIONS AS WELL AS HELP US TO KEEP OUR COMMUNITIES SAFE ARE GREATLY.APPRECIATED. THINK ABOUT ITI & Jerome D. Ryans Presldent/CEO I'IJ 0 ... ... ., r-0 :::0 c )> en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z "'D c: llJ r-c;; ::::t m c m < m ---4 c: m en < )> z c ., C


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rtainment Singleton Suing Paramount Over 'Hustle And Flow' Director John Singleton is suing Paramount Pictures and MTV Films for failing to follow through on their promise to finance two of his films. According to the lawsuit, Singleton claims he al lowed Paramount to distrib ute Hustle & Flow in 2005 for $9 million, a fraction of what he could have made. The tradeoff according to the lawsuit, is that Para mount agreed to finance two more Singleton films in the future. The only stipulation JOHN SINGLETON was that the budgets would not exceed $3.5 million. Shonda Rhimes Sells Another Show To ABC Shonda Rhimes, the woman who brought us Grey s Anatomy and Private Practice, is at it again. The award-winning writer just sold another show to ABC. The show is being billed as an hour-long drama that is part soap opera and part conspiracy thriller. The show, titled The Cir cle, is about "ten friends, adopted as children by a bil lionaire philanthropist, who question their past when one of their own is murdered .MC Hammer Hopes New Search Engine Is 'Too legit To Quit' MC Hammer said it 20 years ago, and is proving today that he is "Too Legit To Quit." The legendary rapper, whose real name is Stanley Kirk Burrell, has created a lot of buzz after announcing plans to launch a new search engine called, WireDoo. The rapper promises his site can surpass the reigning search engine Google, with its deep search" capabilities. During his presentation Hammer admitted that the woi-Id might not need a new search engine, but with WireDoo users will be not just simply search for key words but also find informa tion related to keywords. For example, if someone searches for the name of a city, they would retrieve sta tistics related to that city, in cluding real estate, data, crime rates, information on schools, and shopping data. During a media summit the rapper referenced Google's founder Sergie Brin, who was backstage "Why create another search engine? Well, what if Sergei and Larry had not tried? he said Hammer has been work ing on WireDoo for more than 2 years with his team and truly believes that the search engine could eventu ally be the go-to destination for information. Former B2K Singer. sued For Running lllegall.A. Pot Shop LIL FIZZ One of the guys from the R&B group B2K is being sued by the State of Califor nia for more than $1M for al legedly operating an illegal marijuana dispensary in L.A. Law enforcement officials believe 25-year-old Dreux Pierre Frederic--aka Lil' Fizz -is one of the owners of the Little Amsterdam weed shop in Hollywood CA., which has been open for business since 2008. In the documents prose cutors want Lil' Fizz to shut down his operation they want him to pay a $2 ,500 fine for every day the shop has been open since July 1 2010, which currently totals 47i days and $1,192,500. And there's more ... prosecutors also want Fizz to pay for law enforcement costs and attorney's fees related to the case ... which could add up to another $750,000. Too Short Sued Over Alleged Groping Incident Too $hort has been hit with a lawsuit by a woman who claims he grabbed her breasts during a concert. The incident allegedly took place during a concert that Too $hort held at in San Francisco. Kenya Winston, 41, claims that Too $hort made vulgar comments to her while performing. He then allegedly reached off the stage and grabbed her breasts during the concert. Winston filed a police re-TOO$HORT port against Too $hort four days after the concert, but police declined to press charges. Halle Berrv's Ex Called Her 'Gheno N-Word' Halle Berry and her ex, Gabriel Aubry are cur rently in court for a custody battle over their three-year old daughter, Nabla. r-0 ::rJ Reports say, 'He screamed that she was a "ghetto n **** r" and threw a chair against the wall and Halle was shaken and sobbing.' HALLE BERRY, NAHLA tn Gabriel hated that Nabla was mixed race,' a colleague of Halle's claimed. He never wanted And Ex-GABRIEL AUBRY her hair to be braided ; and he always said that Nabla was white. :::! z m -r-aJ c:


...J w Sports Mistakes, lniuries Spoil Bucs Trip To london JOSH FREEMAN ... threw four interceptions The Tampa Bay Buccaneers tried to muster up one of their infamous come backs Sunday in London, but this time mistakes and injuries to key players were too much to overcome. The Bucs fell 24-18 to the Chicago Bears, and if the loss wasn t bad enough, they lost several starters to injuries during the game Tailback Earnest Graham in the game because of an injury to LeGarrett Blount, suffered a serious leg injury in the first quarter and shortly after, the Bucs lost the services of Jere my Zuttah, Mason Foster, Tanard Jackson and Erik Lorig. Buc quarterback Josh Freeman had one of his worst games, tossing four interceptions Bears quarterback Jay Cutler finished the game 17 of 32 for 226 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Thanks to tailback Matt Forte's 145 yards on 25 car ries the Bears were able to keep the Buc' defense off bal ance. The Bucs will have a bye week, then travel to New Orleans next Sunday to face NFC South division foe, the New Orleans Saints. lions RB Has Brain Tumor, Trade Voided JEROME HARRISON The network cited two NFL sources it did not identify in Thursday's report. It says the tumor was revealed when Harrison had a physical after being dealt this week by Detroit to the Philadelphia Eagles in a trade that was voided by the discovery Z DETROIT -ESPN is reporting that Detroit Lions running back Jerome c( Harrison has a brain Q tumor. Lions coach Jim Schwartz wouldn' t confirm or deny the report, citing a privacy issue. He said Harrison was back on the team's 53-man roster. Harrison's agent, Mitch Frankel, did not comment either. a: 9----------------------------------------u.. CD ,.... w I 2011 Buccaneer Schedule PRESEASON August 12 @ Chiefs 25-0 W August 18 Patriots 14-31 L August 27 Dolphins 17-13 W September 1 @ Redskins 24-29 L REGULAR SEASON September 11 Lions 20-27 L September 18 @ Vikings 24-20 W September 25 Falcons 16-13 W October 3 Colts 24-17 W October 9 @ 49ers 3-48 L October 16 Saints 26-20 W October 23 Bears 18-24 L October 30 Bye November 6 @ Saints 1 :00 P.M. November 13 Texans 1 :00 P.M. November 20 @ Packers 1 :00 P.M. November 27@ Titans 1:00 P.M. Cam NeWlon Ties Rookie QB Mark With 1lh RushlnaTD CAM NEWTON CHARLOTTE, NC Carolina Panthers quarter back Cam Newton ran for his seventh touchdown Sunday, tying a record for most rushing scores by a rookie quarterback since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger. Newton blew past two Redskins defenders on a 16-y ard keeper on the Panthers' first drive of the second half. That tied him with Vince Young, who set the mark with Tennessee in 2006. Suh,Avril Taunting HunRvan NDAMUKONG SUH AND CUFF AVRIL vs. MATI RYAN Two key members of the Atlanta Falcons accused Detroit Lions defensive line men Ndamukong Sub and Cliff Avril of taunting quarterback Matt Ryan after what initially appeared to be a serious leg injury during Sunday's 23-16 Atlanta win. According to Falcons center Todd McClure and receiver Roddy White, both Sub and Avril prod ded and mocked Ryan after Falcons offensive lineman Will Svitek stepped on Ryan's ankle. "I lost a whole lot of respect for 90 [Ndamukong Sub] today, and also 92 [Cliff Avril], the [expletive] they were doing when Matt [Ryan] got hurt. That was unaccept able. Ryan went down and immediately grabbed his leg, and according to the Falcons players, Avril kicked the feet of the Atlanta quarter back and mockingly called for trainers to cart Ryan off the field. Murrav Gains 253 Yards, Cowbovs Top Rams 34-1 ARLINGTON, TX -The only drama at the end of this one was whether rookie DeMarco Murray would set the Dallas Cowboys' franchise rushing record, a remarkable feat consideri ng it's gone from Hall of Farner Tony Dorsett to NFL rush ing king Emmitt Smith. Murray indeed pulled it off, running through a shod dy St. Louis Rams defense for 253 yards, including an early 91-yard touchdown that got the Cowboys started toward a 34-7 victory on Sunday. Murray ran for the most yards in the NFL this season and the ninth-most in league history. His touchdown was the second-longest run in team history, topped only by the NFL-record 99-yarder by DEMARCO MURRAY Dorsett in January 1983 He also had the most yards ever against the Rams, replacing Jim Brown on that list. "I never thought in a mil lion years that I'd ever have a day like this," Murray said. "This is what I've been working hard for since my Pop Warner days Burress Has 3 TDs: Jets Rallv, Beat Chargers 21-21 EASTRUTHERFORD,NJ One trip into the end zone wasn't enough for Plaxico Burress. Neither was two One touchdown catch after another, Burress had the big breakout game he and the New York Jets have been expecting. The veteran wide receiver tied a career high by catch ing three TD passes, includ ing the go-ahead score that was set up by another inter ception by Darrelle Revis, and the Jets stormed back in the second half to defeat the San Diego Chilrgers 27-21 on Sunday : "Every morning you wake up on Sundays and you want to be great," said Burress, PLAXICO BURRESS who has been slow to develop a rapport with quarterback Mark Sanchez. "I had to let the game conie to me. I think I've been forcing it. But this was them saying, 'He's been working hard, we'll stick with it.' Fan Runs Onto Field During Bucs-Bears Game WEMBLEY, ENGLAND -Tampa Bay and Chicago came to London to show off the American version of football. One fan gave them a sample of a tradition that s more common in the European game. A male fan ran onto the field at Wembley on Sunday during the fourth quarter of the Bears' game against the Bucs when Tampa, Bay was getting ready for a kickoff. The man promptly took his shirt off and ran the length of the field and back while players looked on in surprise. He even had time to give a to Tampa Bay safety Sean Jones and Bears cornerback Corey Graham before being stopped by security officials.


Sports. BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn J T 1 Rangers' ets om IDSOD Washington In Beco01es 4th RB With 600 Catches ForworldSeries LADAINIAN TOMLINSON EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ -LaDainian Tomlinson has become the fourth run ning back in NFL history to catch 6oo passes, reaching the milestone midway through the first quarter of the New York Jets' game against the San Diego Chargers. Tomlinson, sixth on the NFL 's career rushing list, joins Larry Centers (827), Marshall Faulk (767) and Keith Byars (610) as run ning backs with 6oo or more receptions. He got No. 6oo on a 6 yard shovel pass from Mark Sanchez on thirdand ? from the Chargers 22. The Jets kicked a field goal on the next play to cut the deficit to 7-3. NBA's Silver savs Gumbel's Stern Talk Was 'Outrageous' Gumbel likened commissioner David Stern to a "modern plantation overseer." Silver says: "I can't speak for David [but] I thought it was outrageous." NEW YORK NBA Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver calls Bryant Gumbel's comments on HBO about Commissioner David Stern outrageous." In his closing commentary on Tuesday s Real Sports ," the longtime TV host said Stern had always see:med eager to be viewed as some kind of modern plantation overseer treating NBA men as if the y were his boys. Gumbel's comments drews varied reactions. Filling in for the ill Stern at an NBA news conference Thursday, Silver says: I can't speak for David, and the only personal comment is, I thought it was outrageous." The league has declined comment on Gumbel's remarks. wac Returns Title To Hopkins After Dawson Bout Rules Technical Draw Bernard Hopkins will keep his title after the WBC ruled his bout with Chad Dawson a technical draw last Thursday. PHILADELPHIA -The WBC has returned the light heavyweight championship to Bernard Hopkins after declaring his bout with Chad Dawson a t e chnical draw Hopkins wa s s topped for the fir s t time in hi s c a r eer Saturday night in bizarre fashion w hen Dawson lift e d him and tos se d him to the canvas l ate in the second round leaving the 46-y e ar old ch a mpion with a dislo cated joint in hi s shoulder Dawson claimed the WBC light hea vyweight title from Hopkins on a secondround TKO in Los Angeles. RON WASHINGTON After falling victim to a blown call in Game 3 Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington suggested that perhaps expanding instant replay for the World Series would be beneficial. Maybe that's what they need to get it right in the World Series, Washington said. "You want every thing to be right, that's all." Umpire Ron Kulpa erroneously-called Matt Holliday safe at first Saturda y and replays clearly showed that Rangers 1B Mike Napoli tagged Holliday in the back. The Cardinals scored four more runs after that play and won 16 -?. NBAlockout Talks Turn Nasti NEW YORK Three days and 30 hours' worth of talks ended on a nasty note Thursday in NBA labor negotiations And only one thing seemed fairly certain: more games were likely to b-e cut. Possibly even the season. Players insist that's the outcome owners wanted all along "preordained," as union executive director Billy Hunter said. We've always felt there was still a place where they would just not go and they would lock us out as long as it would take in order to get us beyond that place There was never reall y a willingness to negotiate b eyond c e rtain points," union pres i d ent Derek Fisher of the Lakers said Ther e was just a line drawn and reg a rdless o f wha t s going on, how m a n y time s w e meet 'we' r e not going p ast that."' After 30 hours of negoti a tions before a federal mediator, the sides remaine d divided ov e r two main issues -the division of revenue s and the structure of the salary cap system LATROYA Happy belated birthday to-this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Latroya. She's not getting older, only better, and those cl ose to her kn .ow this better than anyone. Latroya loves being the center of attention, and can always be found wherever the action is. This young lady isn't all party, as she does have a very serious side when it comes to her future. Latroya also understands the importance of not burning the bridges she crosses in case she needs to cross them again. W _hen it comes to the man in Latroya's life, he must be real, very much in touch with himself, mature, handsome, and_ has at least some idea what his future looks like CQngratulations to Latroya as this -week's Beauty Unlimited, and we hope she's still celebrating. If you're Interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, includ ing a contact number to: jjohnson @flsentinel.com. U1 N 0 ..... ..... ., .... 0 :2 en m z :::! z m .... IJJ c: .... .... m z ., c: IJJ r u; :::1: m c m < m ::D < c: m en ,.. z c ., :g. c


Funeral/Memoriam/Card of Thanks MRS. MINNIE A. SAMPSON Homegoing celebration services for Mrs. Minnie A. Sampson of Tampa, will be held Friday, October 28, 2011, at Allen Temple AME Church, 2101 Lowe St., with the Pastor, Rev. Michael K. Bouie, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Sampson has been a resident of Tampa for over 70 years. She was a member of Allen Temple AME Church, where she also sang in the >: choir and worked on commit< tees. C She was formerly em-0:: ployed as a Home Care Aide LL for a number of years. She C was an avid seamstress; she Z baking, traveling and < enjoying life. She was preceded in death C by: parents, Isadore and Minen nie Adams; brothers, Burnie W Adams, Utica, N.Y., Roosevelt Adams, Miami, FL, Isadore Adams, Jr., Madison, FL, and Willie James Adams, New OrW leans, LA; sister, Thelma > Paige, Tampa; husbands, W Chester Sampson and John c Battles. w She leaves to cherish her :I: memories: son, Richard en (Pearl) Adams, Willingboro, :J N.J.; brother, Ulysses (Susie) D Adams, Tampa; sisters, Margaret Stokes, Toms River, N.J., Iva Johnson, Cincinnati, Z OH, and Bernice Adams, East tij Orange, N.J.; grandchildren, ..J Richard; Jr. (Bernadette), ..J Karen, and Michelle; great grandchildren, Eric, Zachary, D Nicholas, Jeremiah and Ash-ley; nieces and nephews, ..J Sharon Stokes, Cassandra Carter, Beverly (Donnelly) i= Green, Ulysses (Tracy) z Adams, Wanda Chatman, w Barbara (Kevin) Mciver, Rosen sell (Karin) Adams, and Gary < (Marian) Adams; a host of C family members, Hattie B. 0:: White and Willie Robinson, 0 Jr.; and a host of friends. ..J The viewing for Mrs. MinLL nie A. Sampson will be held Friday, October 28, 2011, from 10-11 a. m. and the funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes and Northern, Owners. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ERNEST RICHARDS, SR. October 23, 1929 -October 4, 2003 We think of you often, especially on your birthday. You'll always be loved and missed by your family. WORDS OF GRATITUDE MR. FREDERICK LEE BRISTER, SR. 'DJ BIG DADDY FRED' Perhaps you sent a lovely card or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a floral spray, if so, we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words as any friend would say. Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us each day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much, whatever the part. We appreciate your thoughtfulness. Wife, Joann Brister and family. "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www. wilson-fllneralhome.com National WaiMart Awards Million Dollar Grant To Black Caucus WASHINGTON, D.C. The Congressional Black Cau cus Foundation (CBCF) an nounced a $1 million grant from Walmart to support the CBCF /Walmart Emerging Leaders Inte rnship Program The announcement mark s Wal mart 's renewed commitment to supporting deserving Mrican American college students who are interested in internships on Capitol Hill or with government agencies. Walmart has donated $2 million to this program since 2006. The CBCF /Walmart Emerg ing Leaders Internship Program is a semester-long internship program that prepares partici pating students for careers in public service or the private sec tor. As a result of Walmart's funding, interns also receive a stipend and housing during their internships Walmart 's first grant to the CBCF in 2006 an initial $1 million, three-year grant, estab lished the CBCF /Walmart Strive for Excellence Scholarship Program and the CBCF /Walmart Emerging Leaders Internship Program. The programs were created to provide students with the funding and experiences needed to reach their educa tional and career goals Since 2007, more than So exceptional college-aged students have par ticipated in the internship pro gram. The funding also supports the CBCF partnership with the George Washington Univer sity's Semester in Washington Program to give interns an op portunity to earn academic credit. This partnership offers a combination of hands-on coursework and networking op portunities with like-minded peers and professional politicos. Earth Has No Sorrow, That Heaven Cannot Heal. Mission Accomplished: President Obama Ending Iraq War PRES. BARACK OBAMA The announcement by President Barack Obama that the U. S. will withdraw all of its troops from Iraq by De cember 31st brings the issue of the war full circle. By abandoning that tack, after the Iraqi parliament ap parently balked giving those troops immunity from the Iraqi legal system, Obama has committed to ending a more than eight year saga that has cost 4.479 American lives (out of 4, 797 coalition deaths over all), along with scores of injured troops and strained families and more than $8oo billion That saga ends, fittingly, with a sovereign Iraq making the decision to rid itself of the U. S. military presence. And it removes the possibility of a small, but potentially vulnera ble American target staying hind in the Green Zone. For Pres. Obama, the end of the war gives him another opportunity to declare a cam paign promise -and in this case, a defining one fulfilled. Man Needs $1 M To Remove 100 Pound Genitals WESLEY WARREN A Las Vegas man is looking to raise $1 million for a rare condition that has kept him homebound for most of his life. Wesley Warren, 47, needs $1 million for surgery to correct his Scrotal Elephantitis, a condition that has made his genitals swell to more than 100 pounds. The surgery is not cov ered by health insurance, so Warren is looking to raise the money himself. While the condition is typi cally seen in parts of Africa and caused by mosquito bites, he says that he has never been to any tropical area. Instead, he believes that his condition oc curred after he accidentally squeezed his testicles with his legs while moving around in bed. The next day, his scrotum was the size of a soccer ball. Fears Over Miami Beach Freaknik Event A wild Spring Break party that was banned years ago in Atlanta is corning to Miami Beach in 2012, and residents are already worried it could get outofhand. The event, Freaknik Miami, is scheduled for the weekend of March 10-11, according to the official website. For $350, par ticipants get an open bar bus ride from Atlanta to Miami Beach and a room at one of four area hotels. Though organizers are using the Freaknik name, they insist it has little to do with the now defunct Atlanta event, which became out of control and was shut down in the 1990s after reports of violence, lootings and rapes. "No one that was actually on Freaknik Atlanta is associated with Freaknik Miami, organ izer Otis Bailey said. We just pretty much wanted to use the name because of the brand, it kind of excites people and gets people talking about it. GUDES FUNERAl HOME Mr. Walter Pickett, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Lavone Allen, Atlanta, GA. Mrs. Alice Mae Black-Ponder, Tampa. Miss Norma Jean Payne, Palm Springs, CA. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mr. Bernard Albury, Tampa. Ms. Gloria Bul"loughs, Wimauma. Ms. Maria J ean-Pierre, Tampa. Mr. Roosevelt Moore, Jr., Tampa. Ms. Minnie Sampson, Tampa. STONE'S MEMORIAl FUNERAl HOME Ms. Melvira Ashley, Tampa. Mr. Dave Robinson, Tampa. WilSON FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Elouise W. Bingham, Tampa. Ms. Anthena Amy Brown, Tampa. Ms. Naomi E. Cousin, Tampa. Ms. Lillie B. Db.::on Tampa. Ms. Christie "Duck" Thompkins, Tampa. Mr. Roy Lee McCoy, Tampa. Mr. Paul McElaine, Jr., Tampa. Ms. Revon Horace, Tampa. Ms. Lillie Thomas, Tan1pa.


Crime Student Arrested -For Sexual Banerv Charged As Adult JOSHUA BYNUM ... Charged as Adult The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office has decided to charge a 16-year old high school student as an adult. He was arrested earlier this month and charged with attacking and commit ting sexual battery on a fel low student. The 16-year-old victim told police she had a hall pass to go to her locker. The suspect allegedly began following her around the hallway. Once she passed outside of the gym, the suspect report edly forced her into a nearby boys' bathroom, where he allegedly forced her to have sex with him The suspect then l eft the bathroom and returned to his class. The victim contact the School Resource Officer and the student, identified as Joshua Bynum, also 16, was arrested. Police said Bynum origi nally denied having contact with the victim or attacking her. He then changed his story. Both versions of his statements were inconsistent with physical evidence from the medical examination, police said. Bynum is being held under a $100,000 bond on the charges of kidnapping to commit a felony on a child and sexual battery. Search Continues For Man Who Escaped From Work Release -Facilitv LEVAR MURRAY ... captured and returned to jail. RONALD WILLIAMS DONALD WILLIAMS .. still at large. TARPON SPRINGS -Tarpon Springs police reported that Levar Murray, 24, was found and taken back into custody Sunday after he escaped from a work release facility. The search is still on for Ronald Williams, 30, the man Murray escaped with. Investigators said Williams' twin brother, Donald, escaped in April from a work release facility and has not been captured. Donald Williams was serving time on drug charges. Lakeland Store Clerk Shot During Robberv LAKELAND On Saturday at 2 p. m., Lakeland Police report that a store clerk was shot during a robbery. Police responded to the .Chicken Shack on East Memorial Boulevard after receiving a call of a robbery. Police s aid when they arrived, they found Jehad Hasan, 42, suffering from a He was .. to a.local hospital and is reported to be in stable condition. Police said Hasan was alone in the store at the time of the incident. An unidenti fied man came into the store, shot Hasan, and also struck him in the head before flee ing. At this time, police said it doesn't appear anything was stolen froi;Il the store. Ex-Hillsborough Head Stan Manager Given 3 Years Probation A federal judge recently sentenced a former manager with the Hillsborough County Head Start program to three yea rs of probation for his role in the purchase of a book his v.rife had writ ten. Michael Jimenez, former Fiscal Manager for the earl y childhood education program, also has to pay $9,000 in restitution, the price Head Start officials paid for the books. The money will go to the U J S Department of Health and Human Services, which pro vides the bulk of funding for Head Start. Jimenez was found guilty of tWo federal fraud charges on July 14. He was acquitted on a third charge. The jury acquitted Jimenez' wife, Johana Melendez Santiago, and his co-work er, Marsha Mason. Jimenez was also ordered to find full-time employment to pay the restitution at a rate of $250 a month. Teenager Arrested In USF Armed Robberv On Saturday at 9=40 p. m., officers from the University of South Florida responded to a report of an armed robbery in a parking lot near Fletcher Avenue Police said a USF student was sitting in his vehicle when he was approached b y three males who Q.emanded money at gunpoint The suspects fled off campus after the incident, but police were able to arrest one of them, identified as a 17year -old male. Investigators are still searching for the other two suspects, and ask anyone with information to contact the USF Police Department at (813) 974-2628. lakeland Police Investigate Murder LAKELAND On Saturday at 1 a. m., Lakeland Police responded to 1036 Marion Avenue after receiving a report of a baby inside a residence. Police arrived and found an adult Black male lying in the residence dead as the result of a shooting. Police are still trying to identify the victim and have no suspect jn at this time c m C/) Trio Arrested In Home Invasion c 0 o III m :::0 I\) en I\) 0 .... .... RODERICK TOOTLE MIRANDA TOOTLE TANGELA TOOTLE Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies arrested three people Sunday after they allegedly forced their way into an apartment, stole a cell phone and fired a gun as they fled. Deputies said Roderick Tootle, 25, was armed with a handgun when he kicked open the door to an apartment in the 10,000 block of North Armenia, and demanded money from a person inside Deputies said Miranda Tootle, 47, and Tangela Tootle, 23, also broke in and demanded money. According to the report, Roderick Tootle hit the victim on the head with the gun. Before all three suspects fled, Tootle reportedly fired the gun. A short time later, a deputy stopped the vehicle the Tootles fled in, and all three were taken into custody. Each Tootle faces a robbery home invasion charge, but Roderick also faces aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, discharging a firearm in public, and 0 being a felon in possession :::0 of a firearm. All three suspects are being en held without bond, and deputies said although they ::::! share a common address, it Z is unclear how they are relat-p:! ed. III c Deputies Search For Shooting Suspect r r m ::::! z "'0 c III On Thursday afternoon, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies said an 18-year-old Pablo Cisneros was shot in the ::I: leg and hand when he tried to break up a fight. Deputies said the victim .was in a parking lot at 8212 North m Grady Avenue when a fight broke out between two people. The rii victim tried breaking up the fight when a gun was fired, strik-ing his leg and hand, deputies said. Deputies said a friend took the victim to a local hospital, and c he suffered non-life threatening injuries. m The victim described the suspect as a 16 to 17'" year-old male, C 5 9 tall. ?< WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 14&7 Tapa Pall PIID @ labralb Ava. & Scali St. : "r ; : .. J ... :3"': :c,: : 1C .. : : -:: .... .. :-::c> .. :-: .. :.. : M: .. :-.: :: )> z c "T1 :::0 c ?<


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