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., Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area cc Q a: c ....1 LL. SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 68 NO. 13 TUESDAY OCTOBER 2 2012 24 PAGES 75 Retired Citv Director Dies Suddenlv SEE PAGE 2 Tampa Man lsShotAner Police Chase SEE PAGE 2 Survivor Celebrates 6 Years Of Being Cancer Free SEE PAGE 2 COMMUNITY HONORS ROIRING POliCE MAJOR WITH SURPRISE PARADE Last Thursday, more than 100 members of the community secretly planned a celebration for Major Gerald Honeywell, Commander of Uniform District III. The retirement celebration, which was preceded by a parade, took place at Middleton High School. Those on hand to wish him well included members of the community, co-workers, and representatives from city and county government. Sanding from left to right are: Evangeline Best, Event Coordinator; Courtney Hunter, a young man Major Honeywell.mentored; Major Gerald Honeywell, his wife, U.S. District Judge Charlene Edwards Honeywell; Leroy Harris, another young man Major Honeywell mentored; and Ms. Carla Jackson, City Liaison for East Tampa. (Photography By BRUNSON).


leatures N' a: w m (.) 0 >;' iC Tampa Man Is Shot After Police Chase A man relea5ed from 51 prison on close supervision w in an attempted murder case earlier this year was shot by a Tampa Police officer after he crashes car and flees. A ccording to police, shortly after 3 a.m., Monday, an offi cer attempted to stop a vehi cle for an expired license plate and seatbelt violation. The officer initially at tempted to stop the vehicle at the intersection of Hillsbor ough Avenue and N. Armenia. However, instead of stop ping, police said the driver fled from the scene. The offi cer did not follow the vehicle, instead, he called the inci dent in and a Tampa Police helicopter followed the car from the air. When the driver, later identified as Edward Bernard Thomas, (who C turned 26 today), reached fE the corner of Coolidge and c Hamilton Avenue, the Dodge :i Challenger crashed into a traffic sign. Thomas is alleged to 51 have jumped from the vehi cle and ran into a wooded .,_ area. Officers established a perimeter and a K-9 unit was w sent into the woods. As G'j Thomas came out of the c woods, the officers allegedly W ordered him to show his % 0 hands. :::l When Thomas failed to m comply with the commands and the "officer saw what he thougbt was a weapon, he shot the suspect." Thomas was trans-EDWARD BERNARD THOMAS ported to St. Joseph's Hospi tal, where he was being treated for a single gunshot. He was listed in stable condi tion. Police said Thomas said he fled because he did not want to go back to prison. Thomas was arrested in June 2007, and charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, discharging a firearm, and attempted sec ond-degree murder. Hillsborough County Judge, J. D. Lopez sen tenced Thomas to five years in prison in October 2008. Thomas was released from prison under close supervi sion on May 29, The officer involved in the shooting has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investiga tion. No charges have been filed against Thomas, how ever, the investigation is con tinuing. ;:, -------------------------------------------z ti ...1 ...1 :: m ...1 w z !Z w (/) c( c g LL. FREE Professional Service The Aorida Law Sta1Bs That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss W8gas And Medical care ... Service Support Help from the beglr''*'g to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain 'D'ansportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop (PIP Needed) Don't be vlctlmlmd twice for an accidlnt that W8M't Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 HcMn A 1-7 Days A Week a. Retired Citv Director 01 Solid waste Dies Suddenlv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Thursday, a Tampa resident who dedicated than 30 years of his life as a city employee died suddenly. He was 68-years-old. A Tampa native, Wayne Brookins began school in the Hillsborough County Public School District. How ever, after his mother's death, at age 14, he moved to Ocala to continue his education and lived with an uncle. Brookins graduated from Howard High School in 1962, and enrolled at Florida Memorial University. He graduated with a B. A. Degree in English Literature. He taught school for about three years before ap plying for a position with the City of Tampa. He retir ed as the Director of Solid Waste for the City of Tampa in 2001. After his retirement, WAYNE BROOKINS 7/10/1944 --9/27/2012 Brookins and his wife, Mrs. Kathy Brookins, who retired the following year, enjoyed spending time together. Mrs. Brookins said they enjoyed traveling. She said her husband also en joyed reading, all types of sports, and playing golf. He also accompanied Randolph Kinsey to cover bas ketball tournaments for several years. "He had been having some health issues and be came ill Thursday morning. He died here at home," she said. Brookins was a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and New First Union Missionary Baptist Church. At church, Brookins served on the Deacon's Board and was Chairman of the Trustee Board. In addition to his wife, Brookins is survived by 5 children, a sister, Mrs. Wanda Glover, and nu merous other family mem bers, church members, and friends. His wake will take place at the church on Friday, Octo ber 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Funeral services will be held at the church at 11 a.m. Satur day, October 6th. Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of han dling arrangements. Survivor Celebrates Six Years 01 Being Cancer Free BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel c;:;ity Editor Mrs. Iselyn Dallas is a 51-year-old wife and mother. But, that is her chronological age. Her life is filled with re sponsibilities to her family and her profession as a Nurse Practitioner. However, on October 2nd, she will celebrate a dif ferent birthday. She will cel ebrate her 6th year of being a cancer survivor. Survivors often refer to the day the can cer was removed as a new be ginning of life. Being in the medical pro fession, Mrs. Dallas knows the importance of good health. She recalls that she was 45 years old and 32 days away from her wedding when she discovered a lump in her breast. "I had already had a mammogram that year, but I was doing a self-exam when I noticed the tiny lump. I called the doctor and sche duled another mammogram, but the lump didn't show. Then I had a sonogram and it was visible. I was one of the 10% where the lump doesn't show up in a mammogram." She was notified a week later, and like a world wind, her life changed. The biopsy showed that the lump was ISELYN DALLAS She is 6 years old {New Birthday) cancerous. "I had so many questions. I'm a Nurse Prac titioner, but I didn't know anything about chemother apy or radiation." Her future husband, Lyndon Dallas, wanted to con tinue their wedding plans. Mrs. Dallas said she made a deal with the doctor. "I had the surgery and I was married on November 4th. Then I had 6 rounds of chemotherapy and 31 days of radiation that began after Thanksgiving, she said. Mrs. Dallas was the first in her family to be diagnosed with the disease. Two others have since been diagnosed. "I was totally blown away. I'm not overweight, I haven't eaten red meat in over 20 years, and my diet mainly consists of turkey, chicken, fish, and salads. My doctor said it's not genetic and it was not because of my diet. After experiencing breast cancer, Mrs. Dallas has be come an advocate in the fight against the disease. She began her own organization where she raises money and donates it to organizations that help uninsured or un derinsured women get mam mograms. One year, she donated the funds to the late Mrs. Felicia Wintons Taylor to help her during her battle. She is also active in the Sisters Network, Tampa Bay Chapter, an affil iate of the national organiza tion She also serves as a moti vational speaker for teenage girls ages 15 and up. "I talk to my girls about breast exams and I make sure they understand the proper way to do them." A native of Brooklyn, New York, Mrs. Dallas moved to Tampa 21 years ago. She earned her BSN and MSN from the University of South Florida. Mrs. Dallas is the mother of a daughter, 26, and a son, 23. She enjoys travel ing, jazz, the theater, and out door concerts. A member of Rivers of Life Christian Church of Riverview, she refuses to slow down and is currently learning to swim.


features C! Schoolmate Accused 01 Raping Shoplifting leads To Couple's Arrests Gets 10 Years Probadon What began as a shopliftg Last October 4 a female student at Chamberlain High School reported that she had been sexuall y assaulted in the bathroom. Following an i nvestigation police arrested another student and charged him with the off e nse and c harged him a s an adult. Joshua Bynum, 17, was originall y charged with sex ual battery and kidnapping. However in court on Mon day the teenager entered a plea of guilty to felony battery. The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Of fice dropped the more severe sexual battery and kidnapping charges. Bynam must also serve 10 years of probation for the offense and other charges that are not related to the case. The girl told police she left the classroom to go to her locker when she was forced into the boy s bathroom, where she was raped. Bynum told police that he had no contact with the girl. He then changed his story and said they had con sensual oral sex However a medical examination proved the girl had had intercourse. The girl's teacher said she had asked to go to the rest room. Another girl in the class testified that the victim told her before she left that she was going to do "you know what" with Bynum. Another witness saw the two of them leaving the bathroom and testified they looked normal. Pres. Obama's Florida Rep savs, 'Vote Earlvl' BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer Unregistered voters in the State of F1orida have exactly one week from today to reg ister to vote in order to cast a ballot in next month' s Presi dential election. Represen tatives from the Obama campaign spent the weekend in Tampa and surrounding areas driving home the im portant message of voter reg istration and early voting. Jamal Simmons is an Obama surrogate who is no stranger to Democratic Pres idential Campaigns. The Morehouse College and Har vard University graduate was introduced to F1orida politics during the contentious 2000 Presidential election between George W. Bush andAIGore. "I remember what it was like with voter irregularities and Republicans playing tricks. After spending most of the 2oth Century increas ing the number of Black and women voters, modern day Republicans are trying to take that away." Representatives of the Obama campaign are keenly focused on the issue of voter protection. According to Simmons, the campaign has lawyers in place whose job is to make sure voters who show up at the polls get immediate help, if there are any problems. Simmons says the Dem ocratic Party has a really good system in place to pre vent Election Day issues, but maintains theoneway to insure a smooth vot ing process is for voters to take advantage of early voting JAMAL "Getting SIMMONS people in F1orida registered or re-reg istered, and educating them about changes on the ballot is a huge operation. But, the workers I visited this weekend at three field offices in the Bay area are focused and committed." Simmons goes on to lay out President Obama's plans for a second term. He says Mr. Obama will work to create up to a million more manufacturing jobs, 100 thousand Math and Science teaching positions, in crease the number of community college graduates and cut oil and gas im ports. All of these steps, he says, are part of the President's commitment to build America from the middle class out, instead of what he feels is the Republicans plan to build from the top down. The deadline to register to vote in time for this year's Presidential election is Tuesday, Oc tober9. For more information visit www. votehillsborough.org or call the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office at (813) 7445900. ing landed two people in jail. d They were arrested after the incident escalated into a life::D threatening encounter Sunday. The incident took place at the K-Mart, 5400 E """' Busch Blvd N A c cording to a spokesper s on for th e Temple Terrace Polic e D e partm ent, shortly a ft e r 7 :30 p.m. Friday. Po lic e said a man and woman attempted to l eave the store with a so-inch television and an Angry Birds alarm Clock in a shopping cart. The mer chandise was valued at $840. Police said a loss preven tion agent in the store al legedly observed Shadaveya V. Jones, 23, and Louis Anthony Mur.:. ray, 32, "pass all points of sale without attempting to pay for any of the items." As they attempted to leave the store through the Garden Center, they were ap proached by the loss preven tion agent. The agent asked them to step back in the store. At that point, a verbal argument took place. Murray is al leged to have then punched the loss prevention agent in OSerlesStudetD Ages1&.21 Oflexile Schedie 7:30 A1:30 AI 11:30AI:1 PI o Shortened School Day OSef-Paced OOppotbmiy to kcelerai Gram o Credit fOr WortNolulber Servie LOUISA. MURRAY ... Being held without bond the neck which led to a physical confrontation between the three of them. Murray allegedly told Ms. Jones to '"get the car and run us over." Jones al legedly got into a Buick LeSabre and drove toward the two men, striking the agent on the foot. At that point, a second loss prevention agent arrived He alleged that Mur ray had a knife at that point, and was attempting to stab the first man in the neck. The second store employee wrestled the knife away from Murray, police said. Meanwhile, Ms. Jones allegedly leaned through the SHADAVEYAJONES Bonded out of jail passenger window of the car and continued to hit the store employees. Police arrested Murray and Ms. Jones at the store. Neither of the store employ ees were seriously injured. Murray was charged with attempted felony murder; grand theft, and two counts of resisting a retail mer chant. He is being held with"TT out bond at the Hillsborough County Jail. g Ms. Jones was charged C with aggravated battery with )llo a deadly weapon, aggravated en assault with the intent, grand theft two counts of ::::i battery, and two counts of resisting a retail merchant. m c: m -4 z ., Whatever.YGU Dream. of Doin1, It a, High; c: m r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c ,.. z c "TT :!! c oan.. Cleer ltd Transiln P1aNi1J OESE and ESOL Services Call today or o Free Tfllii)Oifation OQn.Site Flllitt Support Specialit OParenti Classes


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-1 Pre5identiaiNews c VIrginia GOP 1m11ate Postlnsuhlnu Photos 01 Pres. Obama Now Can Call Himself Job Creator: 386,000 More Jobs Now Than 2008 For the first time in his presidency, Barack Obama can call himself a job creator. There are now more U.S. jobs than when he took office. Not by much but they ve moved out of negative terri tory, according to a Labor De partment revision. It probably won't help Pres. Obama much in his race for re-election. The econ omy is still a long way from fir ing on all cylinders. But the revision showing employers added 386,ooo more jobs than had previously been estimated in the 12 months ended in March -was clearly good news for the White House as Pres. Obama heads into a crucial week. The focus of Wednesday's first presidential debate will be the economy. On Friday the September employment re port comes out. Economists don't expect much change in the jobless fi gures from August's 8.1 per cent unemployment rate. Voter Reuisuauon Problems Widening In Florida Aubrey Marks, left, watches Jordan Allen, center, as he helps student Casey Eirhstaedt, right, register to vote at the University of Central Florida. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. What first appeared to be an isolated problem in one Florida county has now spread statewide, with election offi cials in nine counties informing prosecutors or state election officials about questionable voter registration forms filled out on behalf of the Republican Party of Florida. State Republican officials al ready have fired the vendor it had hired to register voters, and took the additional step of filing an election fraud com plaint against the company Strategic Allied Consulting, with state officials. That com plaint was handed over Friday to state law-enforcement au thorities. A spokesman for Florida's GOP said the matter was being treated seriously. "We are doing what we can to find out how broad the scope is," said Brian Burgess, the spokesman. Florida is the battleground state where past election pro blems led to the chaotic re count that followed the 2000 presidential election. The Florida Democratic P'arty called on the state to re voke the ability of state Re publicans to continue to register voters while the inves tigation continues. Oct. 9 is the deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 6 presidential elec tion. It is clear that the Republi can Party of Florida does not have the institutional controls in place to be trusted as a third party, voter registration organ ization," said Scott Arceneaux, executive director of the Florida Democratic Party. The Republican Party of Florida has paid Strategic Allied Consulting more than $1.3 million, and the Republican National Committee used the group for work in Nevada, North Carolina, C olorado and Virginia. The company said earlier this week that it was cooperat ing with elections officials in Florida. It initially said the sus pect forms were turned in by one person, who has been fired. County affiliate was ordered to mote a luncheon set up by U.S. vatives, they're gonna get a take down photos from its Senate candidate George kick out of it, said Hudson, :a Facebook page that depicted Allen whose campaign also 55, a retired airline flight crew photoshopped images of Pre-strongly condemned the immember who became chair-sident Barack Obama as a ages. man in May. witch doctor, caveman, and a Mecklenburg County ReThe Loudoun County GOP thug in a wife beater. While the publican Party chairman members were also put in photos were removed on Wally Hudson, who posted place by th.rRepublican Party Thursday morning, the eye up the images himself, initially ofVrrginia whose reaction was candy for Pres. Obama refused to remove the photos, swift: haters had reportedly been up saying, "If that group is sensiThe disgusting image used for months before anything tive, I'm sorry, they're just not on a mass-email has no place was done about it, reports the human. It' s not American. If in politics .... ever. The Republi-Los Angeles Times. they've got a problem with it, can Party of Virginia conThe photos were discovered we're not going to change what demos the image and its use in when the Mecklenburg County we do. We know our regrilar the strongest possible terms. Man Alleuedlv Kills Himself, Familv, Over Paranoia About Pres. Obama Re-Election A Virginia man who killed himself, his wife and his two children allegedly sent in creasingly paranoid notes to family and friends, detailing his concerns that President Obama would be re-elected. A confidante of the family for the past 25 years spoke to the strength and grace of the Peterson family, as well as the torment that plagued Albert which drove him to shoot dead his wife Kathleen and his two sons Christopher and Mathew at their suburban home in DC on Sun day. winning a second term in the White House took its toll on the mind of Mr. Peterson, a wealthy defense contractor, ., the friend said. r'He just did not want his g kids inheriting this mess,' i5 Maggie L, who did not wish ,_ to reveal her last name, said. J:R 'Sometimes we thought he z might take his own life when :i he was so depressed. We never thought he would take ,.. Kathie's.' Albert Peterson shot dead his wife and two sons hours after going to church because he dreaded the thought of Pres. Obama winning the election, a family friend has revealed. A history of mental illness, the loss of a dear uncle, and a growing fear of Pres. 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All About You! N' ffi I we love You Jazz! m 0 0 C( c 0 w c a: LL. DWAYNE (Dad), NARIELLE (Mom), ANIAS, JEMYA, JAESIRAnd JAZZLYN JAZZLYN Happy 2nd birthday Jazzlyn Aubri'Skie, the light of my life, the joy in my eyes. Love, mommie and daddy, xoxo (Sweet thang). c z Happy birthday, Jazz! cC From, Anias, Mya, Jaesir, mommy and daddy. c 0 look Who's Turning 1 w > w c w J: 0 :::i m a. z w ...J ...J m ...J w z z w 0 C a: 0 ...J LL. UG, BRTIT And RAQUAN A year ago today, the Lord blessed us with a healthy, handsome '-----------....1 son who changed our life forever. Happy birthday, baby. We love you. Mommy, Britt and daddy, UG. FYI RAQUAN Nadonal Eadng Disorders Associadon Conference The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) will host its annual conference in St Peters burg October 11-13,2012. The theme is "What About Us?: Diversity and Complexity in Eating Disor ders. Ashley Judd is the honorary chair. The event will be held at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort and Golf Club, 5015th Ave. N. E., St. Pe tersburg. Senior CitiZen oav On October 12th from 10 a. m. until2 p. m., join the Hope Learning Center for Senior Citizen Day. CD There will be free food, plenty of games, and free computer classes. w All seniors 55 years of age and up are welcome, as well as those that are disabled CJ The Hope Learning Center is located at 2902 East Lake Avenue. Call (813) 247-1025 for more information. NATASHA FOLEY Happy sweet 16th birthday. From, 2 loving parents and brother, Edward and Gail Foley and Nick Foley. light Up Millie MICHAEL R. REEVES And ANDRETHA H. REEVES To my wife, Andretha, I'd like to thank you for 36 years of mar riage. It is love, so special, healthy, exciting, fun, happiness and friend ship "God is so good." The wedding was an event, the marriage is a lifetime. Michael and Andretha enjoyed the weekend in Atlanta GA, at the Golf PGA Tour Championship by Coca-Cola, watching Tiger Woods. Our Service Men & Women Four Complete Militarv Comllat Traini Four young adults, who graduated from local high schools have completed basic training in the U.S. Anny. The graduation cere mony was held at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. The soldiers completed the nine weeks of training, studied the Anny mission, physical fitness, and received instruction and prac tice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training. They also received training in rifle marksman ship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading field tactics, mil itary justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and other areas. Private Chad Burgess has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Private Burgess is the son of Sandra Burgess, and Brian Burgess, both of Tampa. He graduated from Leto High School in 2007. Reserve Private Danielle G. Herriott is the granddaughter of Gloria Baker, of Tampa. She is a 2006 Wharton High School graduate. Private Bryce C. Hillhouse is the son of Randy Hillhouse, of Tampa. He graduated from Chamberlain High School in 2010. Private Jerika Perez is the daughter of Nilda Gonzalez, of Drive, Tampa. She is a 2008 graduate of Leto High School.


HOROSCOPES Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Keep things simple and make life easier. Identify the potential in the circumstances to in crease work productivity and satisfaction. Don't talk much; avoid a communications breakdown. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Pay attention to a master for the next few days. This person helps restore balance, and assists with decisions. Avoid risk and conflict. Find what you need nearby. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You're entering two hec tic days. Double-check the data. Stick to the rules you've set. Everything's changing ... it's a good time to ask for money and make executive decisions. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Take care of family first. Set long-term goals together, and make sure to include savings. Heed your partner's advice for a beautiful moment. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Move cautiously. It's easier than expected. Check instructions again. Make household de cisions and an important connection. There's a surprising dis covery ... answer with a yes. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)You'll retain information well for a while. Check details with the bank. You're looking good. You succumb to feminine wiles. Call home if you'll be late. Aries (Mar. 21-Apri119) -By now you should be able to see improvement. Be the rock of stability. Mental alertness is key. Show yourself the money for the next couple of days. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Balance work with fun. The confusion is only temporary. Don't drive right past your off ramp. Pull in creative harvest for profit, and then go celebrate. Gemini (May 21-June 20)Take it easy for a moment; think and regroup. A loved one helps you get farther than ex pected. Discipline and careful listening are required. Slow down and contemplate. Cancer (June 21-July 22)-Work through a conflict with some help from your friends and a willingness to compromise. Share details with partners. Keep track of spending, and main tain control. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Pay attention to social protocol, but stand up for yourself. Others wonder if you're ready for more responsibility. You are if you say so. Demonstrate, and give thanks. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Don't be frightened by a friend's fears. Underneath, they really believe in you. You set the standards. Artistic endeavors gain momentum. You can have it all. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Bill begs Katie for for giveness; Rick tries to discourage Hope from giving Liam an other chance; Donna overhears Bill and Katie talking about his part in ruining Hope and Liam s Italian wedding; Steffy reveals an additional surprise to Liam. Donna threatens to tell Hope and Liam that Bill s constant scheming is the reason they are no longer together; Othello calls Rick out on his plan to steal Caroline from Thomas; Liam and Steffy's secret rendezvous is exposed. Donna encourages Hope to move on with her life; Bill worries about the retribution he will receive when Donna spills the beans; Steffy and Liam are oblivious to the fact that their secret rendezvous is no longer a secret. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Sami leans on EJ after she has a distressing day; Nicole comforts Daniel over Melanie 's abrupt departure; Jennifer remains determined to protect Daniel; Car oline asks Roman to help Bo make a decision about his career. Chad receives a letter from Melanie; Nicole doubts Rafe's com mitment to their secret; Daniel stops Jennifer from getting in volved in Nicole's paternity cover-up; Rafe interrupts Sami and EJ bonding at the coffeehouse. Jennifer and Nicole get into a heated argument; Chad is forced to consent to Nick's request; Daniel admits he loves Jennifer; Billie gives Bo career advice; Sami is confused by Rafe's behavior. GENERAL HOSPITALNo updates available. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Victor makes Sharon pay for her crimes, while Phyllis struggles with Ronan s affec tions. Sparks fly between Danny and Christine while Tucker faces the rejection of his family. Danny tricks Phyllis into re vealing damaging information, while new evidence in Paul's case delivers a surprising outcome. ., r 0 lJ 0 m z m r m c r r z ., c m r u; % m c m < m -t c m 0 c )> z c ., c Janice Cooper, Mary Herron, Dr. George Sadler, Jr., and Marion Jones, owner of Supreme Beauty Salon at the grand opening. Rosemary and Joel Anderson, Dion Davis and Carroll Nelson at St. Paul United c;) Methodist School for a parent-teacher meeting.


Rev. Dr. And Mrs. H.l. Daniels g Celebrate 49th Pastoral Anniversarv w ::: 1Rev. Dr. H. L. and Mrs. Jennie Daniels were honored at an Appreciatio n Banque t Celebration recognizing his 49th Pasto ral Anniv e rsary The 6 p m event was he l d i n th e Dr H. L Daniels Outreach Center. The anniversary theme was A Hands-On & Det e rmined Servant Directed By God To Embra c e His Plan, Power & Prize. Program participants were: Pastor s Aide Choir Rev. Dr. Kendrix Gardner, Minister Eugene Greene, Mary Williams, Mary Greene, Minister George Harris, Dea. H. Daniels, Rev. David Carson, Rev. Dr. W. J. Haynes, Rev. William Leonard, II, Rev. Dr. Fletcher Lawson, speaker ; Dea. S. P. Williams; and fina l remarks from Rev. Dr. H. L. Daniels. (Photographs by Frederick Harris) Rev. Dr. H. L. and Mrs. Jennie Daniels were the guests of honor at his 49th Pastoral Appreciation Banquet. Daphyne Daniels, Irene Harris and Paula George were at the Appreciation Banquet. Among the guests in attendance were: Pastor Kendrix Gardner (invocation), Apostle James H. Howell, and Rev. Wallace Bowers. Brandi and Jamarus at the banquet. CIO I L-.....,."'--' The Pastor' s Aide Choir_ was made up of Hardy T Williams, Leroy Cannon, Jr., Isaac Young, Jr., Richard Stevenson, Waymond Johnson, Willie Tolbert, David Clark and Samuel R. Williams. First ladies At 'Evening In Purple' Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church held its "Evening In Purple" on Sunday, September 23, 2012. The guest speaker was Janet Spencer-Davis. Among those in attendance were "First Ladies" of Peace. On the left, Minister Sylvia Leonard, immediate past First Lady, and Mrs. Wilma Gallmon, the current First Lady. (Photo by Julia Jackson) Students Graduate From HCC's Adult Education Program Faculty and staf f o f t h e Ad ult E ducation Program at Hillsborough Community Coll ege wer e overjoye d when several stu d e n ts earne d the i r hig h sch ool d ip lo m as. The gradua ti o n c e re m ony was h e ld in th e a ud i t ori u m on the D a l e Mabry campus of HCC. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) A granddaughter and grandmother were among the graduates: Linda Everett and Linda Sanderson. Sheli McNeil poses with her diploma. D' Andre Davenport was one of the proud graduates. Donald Marks received his diploma, too. That broad smile says that Andrew Rivers is one proud graduate.


_L_o_ca __ l __________________________________________________________________ 2nd Annual Hat-Tea-Tude The New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church Rev. Dr. Walter J. Williams, Pastor Emeritus, kicked off its uoth anniversary on Saturday, September 15, 2012, with "An Afternoon of Elegance The 2nd Annual Hat-TeaTude," with light fare. The anniversary theme is "Building Unity Through the Ministry of Jesus Christ," 2nd Cor. 4:1-5. Program participants were: Kim Engram, Mistress of Ceremonies; saxophonist, Henry Ashwood, Minister Matthew Redmon, Jourdain Whitlow, Minister Willie Kimbrough, Renee Yeadon and Bettye Grant, Hat-Tea-Tude Chairperson. Modeling scenes were: "Men In Black, "Fashion With Glamour, Youth On Parade," -"Fabulous Families," and "Red Fascination." Models were: "Men in Black," Darrious Bryant, Eddie Ford, Willie Grant, Leroy Lane, Riley Mitchell, Sutton Page, Bettye Grant was chairperson of the 2nd Annual Hat-TeaTude. Arthur and Brenda Holley with their granddaughter, Jherna Canty. Models Carolyn Watson and Beverly Footman. Dan Mitchell, Roderick Washington, Marquise Davis and Ron Pittman. Also "Fashion With Glamour" models, Lo Berry, Toy Williams, Dora Dixon, Connie Green, Joan Fraser, Tommy Robinson, Marie Beard, Brenda Holley, Caroline Jones, Jourdian Stubbs, Beverly Footman and Linda Mitchell. Some of the "Youth On Parade" were: Asha Coleman, Lyfe Coleman, Cherlil Cusseaux, Vantree Coleman, Dan One of the elegant hats in the building was worn by Sandra Bell. Patricia Mickens was one of the models in the "Red Fascination" scene. Dora Dixon, fabulously dressed in green. Anderson, Tres Jacobs, Nyla Jacobs, William Bell, Willie Bell, Jordan Tatum, Angie Wilson and Zoie Mulkey. In the "Fabulous Family" scene were: Dr. Kenyon Fort, Archie Williams, Jackie Jones and grand son, Sharon Bryant and son, Veronica and Victor Whaley, Deacon Glen Baham and family and Kandace Nunn and son. Those in the "Red Fascination" scene were: Marie Beard, William Bell, Willie Bell, Joseph One of the guests who became a surprise model was the elegantly dressed Ethel Chester. -1 0 Garvin, Caroline Jones, m Jackie Jones, Beverly Footman, Brenda Holley, Arthur Holley, Patricia Mickens, Carolyn Watson and Walter White. The next anniversary event is the Black and White Gala on October 13, 2012, -hosted by the Couples Ministry. This event leads into the anniversary services, which start on October 16th and culminate on Sunday, October 21, 2012. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Caroline Jones wore an eye-catching fuchsia hat. CLASSESAUO OFFERED FOR MANDATORIES NEEDED TO RENEW STATE


a: w m Mothers Seek The Truth Behind RICO Statute 0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Since their sons were convicted sentenced to prison under the ...... ...... a RICO Statute Yvonne and v ..... .. Briggs have been fighting doing research to get their sen overturned. Vanord Rutherford, Oliver Milton Smith, and JereNewsome are all serving time members of an alleged gang called "Cross Fletcher Hot Boyz." more than knowing a gang member, but they are still being charged under the RICO statute." Yvette and Yvonne Briggs have also discovered that there have been documented reports of prosecutorial misconduct. "It is infuriating that some prose cutors are advancing their careers by putting innocent people in prison without any accountability. This makes them above the law, because they are clearly not adhering to our being punished for breaking it. murders, violent armed robberies, shootings, and dominated the North Tampa drug trade. The truth is in the facts." As Yvonne and Yvette Briggs continue to fight for their sons and other young men, they have uncov ered information that is shocking, and they believe the State of Florida should be brought under a federal in vestigation As far as we are concerned, the RICO statute is a modem day version of oppression, said Yvette Briggs. Yvonne Briggs has discovered a from a law firm that states there is a festering problem in the Florida Criminal Justice System YVONNE BRIGGS "The system basically gives a pass to its own, and takes years oflife from the ones they are meant to protect. These young men have been called gang members, thugs, and a virus and. many other names by overzealous of ficials. These same officials also said these young men were implicated in "To all the young men in Florida, please listen and understand that this is not a game Know your rights and read up on the Florida RICO statute and be ready for it, because as long as certain entities continue to misuse it you are not safe." "The story said some prosecutors are misusing the state's RICO statute get guilty pleas out of innocent peo ple and/or petty criminals afraid of serving long prison terms for crimes they didn t commit. In the article it mentions people who are guilty of no Task Force To Studv EB-5 Program c a: LL c z BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Councilwoman Capin wants to make Tampa a rew gional center under the U.S Citizenship and Immigration ::::; Services EB-5 program The m program offers foreign citi zens visas if they create jobs z by investing $5oo,ooo or fi more into American busi _, _, nesses. "I was inspired to pursue ::::) m the program after talking uj with Miami Mayor Tomas z Regalado about his city's !z w tn cc c a: 0 _, LL 0 """ w plans to create a publicly run EB-5 center." On Thursday, the Council voted 5-2 to put together a fact finding committee to see if the program would work in Tampa. They are expected to return with their findings in January 2013. Councilman Frank Reddick said he wanted to make sure there was diver sity on the committee, and suggested Oscar Horton, who owns Sun State Interna tional Trucks be selected to the fact finding task force. Councilwoman Lisa Montelione expressed reservations especially with the fact the group would be meeting privately. She also mentioned that Horton was recommended by Councilman Reddick, and she thought Council members weren't allowed to select representatives. Councilman Red-dick's response was, I had told Bill Flynn, who chairs the committee, I wanted to make sure the group re flected diversity. He asked me to make a selection, and I selected Horton. Later, Representative Betty Reed was also selected on the suggestion of Councilwoman Capin. We 're going to take this step-by-step. The city will also have to decide if they want to finance the program at a cost of $300,000 to $5oo,ooo." The committee consists of 9 people. They are Bill Flynn, Councilwoman Capin, Rick Homans, Oscar Horton, Rep. Betty Reed, Andrew Mcintosh, Ron Rotella, Alex Sink, and Nick Setteducato. The two dissenting votes came from Council Chair, Charlie Miranda, and Councilwoman Monte Hone. STAND UP FOR CHANGE! Living with HIV/AIDS? Q Happy with Q 1\ your services? 1\ We need your ideas. Get Involved I Help decide how federal funds are used In your community. You have the POWER to make a difference. Call Nicole at 727-217-7070 Today! FYI Familv Festival The Temple Terrace Family celebrates the value of reading with "Temple Terrace Reads," a family literacy festival celebrat ing its 7th anniversary. The event will be held Saturday October 13, 2012, 9 a. m. 1 p. m., in front of Temple Terrace Elementary School. The event will be held in conjunction with the Temple Terrace Fire Depart ment's annual Fire Prevention Open House, next door. Many area schools will be represented, with cheerleader and student athletes on hand. 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Loca Testing i Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter Celebrates 25th Chapter Anniversarv Florida's Minoritv Students Top The NaDon On College Entrance ball Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter Members Students' SAT performance rises across the board ::::tl wide; and, in writing, N Black students increased their mean score by six N points compared to a one point decrease for their coun terparts across the nation I am pleased that our students are improving their SAT performance. The data released are proof that their hard work is preparing them for the next step in education and life," said Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart. Standing: Brenda Mount, Teri Freeman, Dionne Mitchell, Verlion Jordan, Priscilla Ward, Chantel Copeland, Kesi Markham, Ileana Wilburg, Jessica Halliday, Sabrina Adelson, Nadine Marcelin and Andreka Pringle. Seated: Norene Copeland-Miller, Catherine Smith, Paula Kay, Samantha Crews and Karen Brown. Not present: Altamease Nickson, Betty Johnson, Fannie Thomas, Katrina Smith, Katherine Adelfosi, Jelana Bryan, Benedicte Cetoute, Rakia Drayton, Javita Facion, Sophia Gulston, Marissa Harvey, Celeste Judge, Kaytrenia Nichols, Tamica Rawlins, Nakia Sturrup, Natasha Trotter and Stacy Vieux. Tallahassee, FL -A report released last week by the College Board shows that Florida s graduating seniors increased their mean scores in every SAT subject area in 2011-12. The SAT Report on College and Career Readiness highlights achievement scores in criticalreading, mathematics, and writing for public school students who took the SAT at some point in high school. Once again, Florida's Hispanic students outperformed others nationwide on each SAT subsection. The mean score for Hispanic stu dents in critical reading is 29 points higher than the nation, 13 points higher in mathematics, and 20 points higher in writing. Florida ranks third in the nation for the total number of Advanced Placement (AP) grades of 3 or higher. The number of AP exam grades 3 or higher earned by the state's students increased 8.3 percent this year, compared Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Eunice S. Thomas with the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will be eelSoutheastern Regional Director ebrating their 2sth Chapter Macon Gardner and Florida Anniversary on October 10, State Director Rosa T. Brown. 2012. The charter seat for the chapter The Chapter was founded by is Temple Terrace, Florida. Charter Members Arnetta The chapter during its 25th Collins, Altamease Nickson Chapter Anniversary will be bon-and the late Jessie M. Artest, oring Andrea White, the late Thelma S. Craig, the Brighthouse Networks and Rev. late Willie Mae Cross, the late Dr. Arthur Jones for their out-Essie C. Feu, the late Marcia standing service to the Tampa M. Reddy, the late Hilda P. Bay Community. The celebration Smith, the late Lena S. will occur on Saturday, October Spencer, and the late Evelyn S. 13, 2012 at 6 p m. during a din-Williams. ner and dance at Hyatt Regency The Chapter was chartered on Tampa. October 10, 1987 at the Sheraton The organization has served Tampa East Hotel. The 1987 cer-under the leadership of the emony was conducted by the founding chapter members along 19th International President, Dr. with pa s t presidents Catherine State State Renews Enon To Remove Ineligible Voters TALLAHASSEEFlorida has officially renewed the hunt for ineligible voters, sending a new list of 198 peo ple suspected of being noncitizens to county election officials requesting they be removed from the rolls. The new list falls short of the more than 2,6oo regis tered voters election officials had targeted, but Republican Governor Rick Scott and others have defended the continued effort. It is still unknown if the renewed effort will result in voters being removed from the rolls before this year's presidential election. Last year, Gov. Scott pushed to have the state look for non-citizens on the rolls. The state initially compared a list of driver's licenses with voter registration data, and developed a list of 18o,ooo people suspected of not being citizens. That list was reduced to more than 2,6oo voters that was sent out to election offi cials this past Spring. Some election supervisors did not wind up removing anyone after questions about the law and the accuracy of the list arose. There are still lawsuits pending that say the state lacks the authority to remove voters within 90 days of elec tion day. The most recent list came after the state reached an agreement with the Department of Homeland Security to screen names o a federal immigration database. That resulted in a list of 207 names, which has since been reduced as officials have continued to verify informa tion. As Florida moves ahead with this purge, the state has agreed to ask counties to reach out to the voters who were targeted earlier and inform them they are still registered. The state has also agreed to return to the rolls any voter whose non-citizenship status has not been confirmed. "collier and Lee counties had removed voters from the rolls because they did not respond to certified letters and news paper ads. Smith and Verlion Jordan. The organization continues to serve the community through its founding principles of Scholarship, Service, Finer Womanhood and Sisterly Love. to a 1.8 percent increase in the number of AP exams ;:!! administered in Florida's 0 ::::tl Florida's Black students increased their critical reading scores by seven points -while national performance remained unchanged. 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FYI Local 1-------------------------------------+--------------------------------------------------------a: w m 0 NCNW Meeunu Thursdav Minister Reminds Communitv That t) The next meeting for the 0 National Council of Negro >Women (NCNW), Tampa C( Metro Section, will be Thurs0 0 day, Oct. 4 2012 6 P.M. at the Lee Davis Center 3402 1N. 22nd Street, Tampa, 33605. All members are urged to be present and on time. Com mittee chairs are to be ready to make reports. looking For Relatives For FamiiV Reunion I'm looking for all deceof Ike Jackson, Jr. Gertrude Stanford I.J&lCKlSOil-Decree. If you are you are a child Robert Lee Jackson, Curtis Jackson Sr., C. Jackson, Ike III, Joseph Jessie Wren ackson-Saunders, Sa111uelJackson,orJohnnie Mae Decree-Holloway, please contact me ASAP. We are trying to have a family reunion to strengthen our family ties. If you are or know of any one please feel free to contact me: Roslyn Jackson Langs at rlangs59@yahoo.com, (407)-382-0386, (407)-7779840, or 10962 Norcross Cir cle, Orlando, FL 32825 Confidence At Any Age 10 to 98 Get the smile you deserve Come see our team of smile experts. *** $4& Savings *** New Patient Special Exam & Xrays 10100,0212, Reg. $145 Now$99 Major Credit Cards Accepted Some Inmates Can Still Vote BY IRIS B. HOLTON .Sentinel City Editor As the General Election of 2012 draws closer numerous efforts are underway to en courage citizens to vote. One Tampa minister has broke something to the forefront that others may have forgot ten. Rev. Willie Dixon, founder of the COACH Foun dation, refers to himself as the Ambassador to Inmates. Rev. Dixon said the jail in mates should not be over looked in efforts to get out the vote. Legally all jail inmates who have not been convicted of a felony can register and vote. It doesn't matter if they are waiting to go to trial on a felony. "Gary Bing, of the REV. WILLIE DIXON NAACP-SCLC and pastors and other members did it in Atlanta, Georgia. They registered thousands of jailed in mates to vote. Rev. Dixon said he trav eled to Atlanta and met with Bing. He wanted to learn how he and other members of SCLC and the NAACP were able to reach inmates in the county jail who have not been convicted of a felony. He said Bing registered thousands of inmates who assumed they were not eligible to vote." Obama Campaign Kicks OffVoter Registration Drive This past weekend, the Obama Campaign launched its own 10-day voter registra tion drive in Florida. The event included visits from San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, and Jamal Sim-. mons, a former Florida Democratic political strategist and now CNN commen tator. Using brief speeches, Mayor Castro invigorated volunteers as they began can vassing the neighborhoods. He also highlighted the fact that Florida is a swing state that will most likely make the difference in who wins the election. In The Square On Fridav Nights Friday nights are full of fun and excitement when you're on the square in Ybor City. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Dot were tured on the 'square.' Voter RegistrationYou Have Until Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Earfy Voting For General Election Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Only 1 WW.. In Aorida General Election Nov. 6 The featured singer on a recent Friday night was Aliza was also one of the 'Lorenzo.' singers. Birthdavs Celebrated Left to right, Birdie Underwood, Betoria Watson and Raquel Watson ventured to a Clearwater restaurant recently to celebrate Betoria and Raquel's (mother I daughter) SepteEnber birthdays. (Photo by Julia Jackson)


Entertainment Nicki Minai Gives Ul wavne 2 Plead No Contest To A New Car For HIS Blnhdav Hot 100 Chan Extoning Stevie Wonder Lil Wayne gets newT-Rex from Nicki Minaj. After receiving a new car from his "dad" Birdman last year, Nicki Minaj ups the ante for Lil Wayne's 30th birthday. For his 30th birthday on Thursday, Lil Wayne re ceived a $70,000 1,000 lb. red three-wheel TRex as a present from the artist he helped bring to worldwide stardom. The Red Cam pagna T-Rex 14R gets up to top speeds of 150 miles per hour and is an extremely lightweight hybrid sports car. The car also was given Nicki's personal toucli, as the car has "Nicki Loves Tunechi" painted on the back of the roadster. Usher To Ex-Wna: Gat Out 01 Mv Housel USHERvs. TAMEKA FOSTER Usher Raymond has re portedly demanded that his ex-wife, Tameka Foster, leave his Georgia mansion because he intends to sell it Sources have said that Usher's lawyer sent Foster a letter stating that the 12,000 sq. ft Georgia home is going on the market and that she needs to bust a move-fast. Usher has al lowed his ex-wife to live in the home for the past few years, but he has the right to make her leave at anytime because he owns it. He just needs to give her 6o days notice. Foster reportedly has not taken her eviction notice well as she has been financially dependent on Usher since their divorce in 2009. Whoopi Goldberg To Ann Coulter: 'What Do You Know About Being Black!l' WHOOPIGOLDBERG vs. ANN COULTER GOP darling, Ann Coulter, has no problem placing her ignorance on display for the world to see, and her ap pearance on 'The View' last Friday proved to be no ex ception. Shamelessly plugging her book, "Mugged," in which she attempts to position her self as an expert on all things Black, she explains that lib erals are race-mongers who don't care about Black peo ple, and that the O.J. Simpson verdict was good for us because it closed the "whi te guilt bank." Prior to that, she said so calh:d Brooklyn juries wouldn't even convict "guilty Black criminals," but appar ently returning an innocent verdict for "The Juice" lev eled the playing field and it was the best thing that ever happened." Before she could finish with that extreme line of re visionist thinking, Whoopi Goldberg stopped her in her tracks: "Oh you know what, hold up Ms. Coulter, please stop. Please stop," Goldberg interrupted. "If you are going to talk about race at least, at least, know what you're talking about." "What don't I know?" Coulter asked. "Well tell me what you know about being Black, Goldberg said. Your facts are a little shaky. I mean, you're saying that because liberals have abandoned black people now-what? I don't get it. I don't under stand." Bullsh *t Bullsh t, I'm sorry! That's bull, that's bull," Goldberg said at one point during the exchange. Lil Wayne's meteoric rise to fame is astounding when one considers his hum ble beginnings as a teenaged phenom on his native New Orleans recording label Cash Money. Along with 5 platinum albums and 4 gold albums over the course of a stellar 13-year career, Lil Wayne can now add a most significant boast to his tally. According to Billboard, the Young Money captain has surpassed rock and roll icon Elvis Presley as the top solo artist of the magazine's Hot 100 charts. OWN Announces bcluslve DeaiW"IIh TJierPerrv Oprah Winfrey's OWN net work announced Monday that it has struck an exclusive, multi-year deal with Tyler Perry, making it the mogul's singular desti nation for all new television series and products." These series include two original scripted shows the first such programs on OWN -which will premiere in 2013. Both shows will be executive produced, written, and di rected by Perry. Though Perry is best known for his films, he first branched out on TV in 2007 His TBS sitcoms Tyler Perry s House of Payne, Meet the Browns and For Better Or Worse; upon pre miering the first 2 each gar nered the top cable comedy debut ratings of all time lanve Accused Of lllegaiiV Sampling Kanye West finds himself in legal hot water again after a record company accused the rapper/producer of WEST illegally sampling copyrighted material, al though there were legal ex changes made betweeQ the parties. Record label TufAmerica, filed a claim in Manhattan courts that allege West im properly used the songs from the company catalog for his smash album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. The songs in question Who Will Survive In Amer ica" and "Lost In The World," both used sections of New Or leans R&B great Eddie Bo's "Hook & Sling" parts 1 and 2. Based on the filing, Roc-A Fella and Universal Music Group paid the company $62, 500 in licensing fees -but "failed and refused to enter into written license agreements that accounted for their multiple other uses. LOS ANGELES -Two people charged with trying to extort millions of dollars from pop star Stevie Wonder pleaded no contest on Monday and were released after being sentenced to time-served in jail. Alpha Lorenzo Walker and Tamara Diaz were sentence d to serve 292 days in jail and three years of pro bation for attempting to sell a video th at purportedly por trayed Wonder in a nega tive light. Jail credits made the pair eligible for release Monday. The pair was arrested in May after the Grammy-winner's attorney arranged a sting and claimed Walker had STEVIE sought up to $5 WONDER million for the video. Walker's attorney, Ian Wallach, said the deal was reached after prosecutors encountered trouble the extortion case and that the charges were eligible t o be reduced to misdemeanors and expunged later if the pair comply with the terms their release; m m l:J N 0 N Rick Ross And Young Jeezv Fight Backstage At BO Hip Hop Awards, Shots Fired, Gunplav Arrested Big name rappers can't seem to get along, even at events created to celebrate their accomplishments. Details are still sketchy, but Rick Ross and Young Jeezy allegedly exchanged words and scuffled back stage at the BET Hip Hop Awards, which was taped September 29th at the Bo isfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center. Apparently the two rap pers, who have hurled veiled and not so veiled shots at each other in rhyme-and who also hap pen to be Def Jam labelmates-heatedly exchanged words, which soon became shoving and pushing before both of RICK ROSS And YOUNG JEEZV ., r 0 l:J 0 m z :::! z m their personal and BET's security teams stepped into c: separate them. J= After the altercation, m which occurred while the award show was taping, "'tt someone from Ross' enC: aJ tourage allegedly fired gunr shots while in the Civic en :::z::: Center's parking lot. m Source also say that 50 C Cent and Rick Ross' camps, specifically Gun-m -4 Jav-z Christens Barclavs Center With Brooklvn love c: m 0 c > z c N E W YORK -The newly built Barclays Center is the home of the Brooklyn Nets, and the team 's coJAY-Z owner, Jay-Z, christened the venue Friday night in uni form, sporting a Nets hat and jersey as he rapped two dozen jams onstage in front of thousands. Jay-Z performed for an excited and rowdy crowd of 18,ooo, wearing a jersey that featured his last name, Carter, and the number four. It was his first of eight shows at the venue. As be emerged onstage, a video highlighting some of Brooklyn's historical mo ments like when it was named an official borough of New York City played in the background. There were :B also p i ctures of famous faces c who were born in Brooklyn, from Michael Jordan to AI Capone to Aaliyah to A<\am Yauch of Beastie Boys. Jay-Z Says Beyonce Is Not Pregnant This week there have been countless rumors going around that Beyonce and Jay-Z might be expecting their second child. On Sun day evening Beyonce was photographed in New York City wearing a tight fitting dress and sporting what some were calling an early baby bump. However Jay-Z set the record straight and said that Blue Ivy isn't expecting a big sister anytime soon. w


N a: w m Southern Outlasts FAMU In Atlanta 0 0 BY TED TAYLOR c The Rattlers faded in the m second half to allow the Jaguars of Southern 1University to capture the Atlanta Classic on Saturday evening. The crowd of 41, 042, the smallest in Classic history, saw the Jaguars come from behind in the second half for a 21-14 victory. The firs t half was a defen sive struggle leading to a 7 o halftime lead by FAMU. The only score came on a 9-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Damien Fleming to wide receiver Travis Harvey, after FAMU recovered a Jaguar fumble. In the third quarter, > Jaguar quarterback Dray Joseph threw a 12-yard iC touchdown pass to LL Sylvester N zekwe to knot C the score at 7-7. FAMU used a 51-yard bomb from > Fleming to Harvey to retake the lead. en w However, in the fourth, Joseph hit Lee Doss on a 7-yard pass to gain a tie. Southern then used a fumble by Fleming that was batted around for some 30 yards and returned for a 6yard touchdown b y Daniel Brown at the 7:33 mark and a stingy defense to secure the victory. Fleming was 30 of 35 for 256 yar ds, but the running game was nonexistent. FAMU netted only 4 rushing ya rds on 18 carries. It was the first victory for Southern in the Classic and second in a row for interim coach Dawson Odums. Southern got payback as F AMU came from behind to beat the Jaguars in the game last year. FAMU at 2-3 and 1-0 return to Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference play on Saturday afternoon in Washington, D. C. against Howard University. Howard is leading the MEAC at 2-0 record. 1w > w c w l: en ::::i m Addison leads B-CUWin BY TED TAYLOR Former Spoto High School defensive back Nick i= Addison intercepted 2 passes to lead Bethune _. Cookman University to a ffi 38-26 win over Hampton _. University. A paltry crowd of 1,200 saw Addison's 1heroics spoil the game for ffi the Pirates. en B-CU opened the scoring ct on a 5-yard run by Tampa Jefferson's Quentin 0 Williams, who started his first game at quarterback. On its next possession, Hampton used a Taurean Durham 30-yard field goal to trim the lead to 7-3. B-CU upped the lead to 14-3 when runningback Rodney Scott scored from a yard out. Hampton followed with a touchdown pass of n yards from quar terback Travis Champion to wide receiver Andre Griffin early in the second frame. B-CU closed out the first half with a 42-yard field goal by Sven Hurd. B-CU quickly increased the 14-10 halftime lead to 31-10 on third quarter score on a 90-yard interception return by Addison and a 13 -yard pass from Williams to runningback Isidore Jackson. Hampton made the final score respectable in the fourth on a 25-yard pass from backup quarterback Jayl Williamson to backup wide receiver Javaris Brown, a safety and a 1 yard run by runningback J eremi Schwartz. Sandwiched among the Hampton scores was an So yard catch and run by receiver David Blackwell, a converted quarterback, from backup quarterback Brodrick Waters. On next Saturday afternoon, the 'Cats celebrate homecoming against the Aggies of North Carolina A & T. It is a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game and the 3-2 'Cats share the conference lead at 2-0 with Howard University. Sports Flovd Mavweather Jr.lnd Rav J Drop $501 At StriP Club FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. AndRAYJ 50 Cent may have gone rog ue, but the Money Team is still in affect. Last Wednesday night (September 26th), Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Ray J hit Diamonds of Atlanta with plenty of cash-$so,ooo-and kept the strippers busy all night. However, by the looks of some of the pole athletes, these ladies weren't exactly A-list talent. Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Ray J. sent a club full of strippers home VERY happy this week -because they dropped $so,ooo on the ladies ... and you might say the fellas overspent. Floyd, Ray J. and their money team posse strolled into Diamonds of Atlanta with serious stacks Wednesday night-Floyd carried his in a Louis Vuitton bag -and we're told they made it rain all night. lobe Brvant savs Pres. Barack Obama Is A TrashTalker OnThecoun PRES. BARACK OBAMA And KOBE BRYANT Kobe Bryant became the second Los Angeles Laker this week to make an appear ance on Ellen, and he shared some insights with the talk show host on President Barack Obama's 'trashtalk'. Bryant has visited with the president on several occa sions, including some pick up basketball games with fellow NBA stars. DeGeneres asked Bryant if the president talked a lot of trash on the court. "He talks a lot of trash," Bryant cracked. "Bulls this, Bulls that.. .I'm like 'My goodness .. .'." President Obama has made clear his loyalty to the Chicago Bulls throughout his presidency. Earlier, Bryant praised the president as a "very, very, good" player. He's a left-bander has a nice jumper," Bryant told Ellen of the president's 'scouting report'. Josh Freeman Shows Passing Chops In loss So far in the 2012 season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have both won and lost a close, low-scoring gameboth finished with the score of 16-10-and have been the victim and aggressor in a sec ond-half comeback attempt. The latest comeback attempt was Sunday at Raymond James Stadium where Tampa Bay erased a 21-6 halftime lead by scoring 16 unanswered points, only to fall to a l ast-second field goal. In Week 2 Tampa Bay led the New York Giants 24-13 before New York scored 25 points in the fourth quarter to win by a touchdown. The Bucs' most recent loss Sunday's 24-22 loss where Billy Cundiff nailed a 41-yard field goal with three seconds remaining to seal Tampa Bay's fate, answered some questions and still leaves a few to be determined. Freeman didn t torch the Redskins defense, but in putting up 299 yards on 61.5 percent passing, the young passer showed his mettle. Forced into passing action because of their 15-point deficit, the Buccaneers gave Freeman the green light and scaled back the running plays for Doug Martin and LeGarrette Blount. Williams led the team with 115 yards receiving on four catches. Jackson. caught six balls for 100 yards It was the first time in JOSH FREEMAN Freeman's four-year career he had two receivers reach the 100-yard receiving mark. If the Buccaneers needed proof that Freeman could handle throwing a lot in a game, Sunday's performance should lay most of those questions to bed Still unanswered is how are the Bucs going to improve enough against the pass. Tampa Bay ranked 30th entering Sunday's game in pass defense and allowed rookie Robert Griffin III to throw for 329 yards. That's the third quarterback in four games to go over 300 yards, and Tony Romo was close at 283 yards passing in Week 3 The Buccaneers sit at 1-3, tied for second place in the NFC South, and still desper ately need to find a way to slow down opposing quarter backs. Greg Schiano and his staff must address that issue. Price Gets 20th Win As Ravs Beat White Sox 6-2 CHICAGO -Manager Joe Maddon and the Tampa Rays have been down this road before. Almost out of the race for a playoff spot, yet fighting to the end. That approach worked a year ago when the Rays staged a stunning finalgame rally to beat the Yankees and win the AL wild card. Now, after down ing the fading White Sox on Sunday with David Price getting his 2oth win, the Rays still have a chance to make the postseason. "It's always about main taining a slight mathemati cal chance. We were in the same boat last year. It could become a little bit better with some cooperation, but either way we just have to go home and play our game," Maddon said Sunday after his team's 6-2 victory. Tampa Bay has played its best ball at the right time, DAVID PRICE winning 10 of 11 to stay in the race for the second wild card. Price (20-5) improved to 12-1 with a 2.26 ERA in his last 18 starts, allowing two runs and five hits in seven innings. He became the fourth 20-game winner of the season, joining Washington's Gio Gonzalez (21-8), the New York Mets R.A. Dickey (20-6) and the Los Angeles Angels' Jered Weaver (20-4).


m en Tiger Woods savs Another Second-Michael Jordan Is like A 'Big Brother' To Him To30-1JWin Florida State has found N TIGER WOODS And MICHAEL JORDAN MEDINAH, Illinois The Ryder Cup began the week end and Tiger Woods paid homage to basketball legend Michael Jordan. This year's host club for the Cup was some 30 miles west of the city Jordan 'owned' during his storied tenure with the Chicago Bulls. Jordan served as an 'a dviser to this year's team and Woods was happy to have him. The world's greatest golfer told reporters his first meeting with Jordan involved lots of drinks, despite having to play in a golf tournament the follow ing day. I still shot some really good numbers that day and made an eagle on the last hole to win," Woods told reporters. Jordan is a member of the Medinah Country Club and was a constant fixture in the locker room, accord ing to U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III. Woods said having one of the world's greatest athletes around was "incredible" for this year's team. I consider him like my big brother," Woods said. "I may take that for granted, but some of the other guys that don't really know Michael, I think it's a real treat for them." Oregon Basketball Coach Accused 01 Kidnapping 1 01 HisPiavers LESLIE LEWIS People who heard the yells of a boy shouting for help in a Portland, Oregon building led to the arrest Sunday evening of a basketball coach on assault and kidnap accusa tions. Police were dispatched about s:40 p.m. to an apartment after neighbor John Blair heard a boy yelling, Help me, get me, help me get me out, let me go." Blair said he found the 13-year-old boy wearing only his and "screami ng for his life." I asked Leslie what was going on. He said, 'I'm just having a spat with my friend and I said it looks more than that,'" described Blair. Blair said the child con tinued to lunge towards the door and that's when Lewis grabbed the boy by the neck and pulled him back into the apartment. When officers arrived, a man told them he saw a boy wearing only underwear trying to run from an apartment, and then a man ran up to the boy, grabbed him by the neck and pulled him back in, according to court documents obtained. The officers went to the unit pointed out by a witness and knocked on the door. The affidavit of probable cause said that Leslie Lewis opened the door only slightly but an officer saw a boy inside, nearly naked and trembling. Lewis was arrested and detectives from the county child abuse team took over the investigation. The child, 13, was taken safely from the apartment. He did not suffer serious injuries. The boy told investigators that Lewis had whipped him with a belt and photographed him naked. its identity. N Consider the Seminoles the following: kings of the N second half; rulers of quar ters three and four; emper ors of the end. For the second time in as many weeks, the Seminoles on Saturday responded to an early, hard jab in the gut with a rally that spanned the game's final 30 minutes and propelled them to yet another meaningful victory in this march toward what some believe is a possible national title. FSU's 30-17 win over USF on Saturday night showcased exactly what coach Jimbo Fisher had hoped to prove: that his team would not have a Top10 hangover, and slip into the trap that a supposedly inferior opponent posed. Ex-BaVIor Athlete Pleads GuiltV To Anempting To Blackmail RedsklnsQB ROBERT GRIFFIN III NEW YORK A former Baylor basketball player pled guilty Thursday to attempting to blackmail Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, according to a U .S. Attorney in Texas. Richard Khamir Hurd, 25, of Waco, pleaded guilty to federal charges of interstate communication of a threat and receiving the proceeds of extortion. Hurd walked on to the Baylor basketball team in 2004 and played for four years. RGIII was a track and football star at Baylor Hurd admitted that he contacted one of Griffin's agents in June, demanding $1 million or else he "would release information to the media which he claimed would severely damage Griffin's reputation," the Western District of Texas' US Attorney 's office said in a statement. The nature of that information" was not disclosed. HELENA Back by 'Popular Demand,' is this week's "Beauty Unlimited" feature, Helena. In conver sation, we found out that her favorite star is Beyonce. Interestingly, her hobbies are scrap booking, modeling and collecting Betty Boop memorabilia. Looking to the future, Helena says she wants to accomplish more within her career as a model. Her philosophy on life: "Life is a beach. 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MASTER KAIDEN C. WALTON Homegoing celebration for Master Kaiden C. Walton of Tampa, who passed away on Thursday, September 27, 2012, will be held on Friday, October 5, 2012, at 12 p. m. at First Missionary Baptist Church of Highland Pines, 4711 E. 21st Ave, with Rev. Cleveland Lane, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Or ange Hill Cemetery. Master Kaiden Walton was born on August 15 '2012, in C Tampa. 0:: He is survived by: his par U.. ents, Juanita Walton and C Stevenson Brown; grandparz ents, Lavay Roberson, Louise < Blackmon and Shawn Heard; great grandparents, Dave and c Betty Gaines, Mary L. Hicks U) and Johnnie Williams; great, W great grandmother, Charlie Mae Mathis; aunts, Lakeria Gaines-Buster, Victoria Ken nerdy, Willa Kennerdy, W Torkia House, Urka House, > Tiffany Green, Annissia W Gaines, Kimberly Gaines, C Cassandra Blaylock, Brenda Blackmon, Gayle Dennis, Lois U) Locklear, Kathleen Ransom, :::J Olivian Mathis, Lyndia In Mathis-Hills (Audley), Tracey ::l Holmes (Chauncey), Glynis D. Belin, Regina Cargile (Jeff), Z Mary Best and Earnestine i= Best; uncles, Bobby Rober son, III, Dominque Rober...J son, Demeterius Walton, ::l Dequan House, Ira House, In David Kennedy, Greg Gaines, uj Sr., Dan Mathis, Jr. z (Salithia), and Lawrence i= Mathis, Sr. (Charlotte); z cousins, Gwen Walker W (Willie), Tolana Mathis, Greg rn Gaines, Jr., Cassandra < Gaines, Tynesha Coleman C (Dwight), Wanketa Mathis0:: Hardrick (Curtis), Ayesha St. g Fort, Darnell Gaines, Iyanna u.. Hall, Dakhari Henry, Ronald Wilson, Jr., Derrion Henry, Andre Blaylock, Shaquandra Blaylock, De'Vonadrea Blaylock, Ashley Bingham, Tamika Williams and Keiyanna Kirk; and a host of other devoted family and friends who loved him dearly. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Thursday, October 4, 2012, from 1-4 p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service on Friday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS. ANNIE MARIE MARTIN Funeral services for Ms. Annie Marie Martin, who passed away on Saturday Sep tember 29, 2012, will be held Friday morning, October 5, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with a local pastor, officiating. Interment will follow. Ms. Annie Marie Martin was born November 2, 1934, in Tampa. She was one of three children born to the late Hezekiah and Stella Martin. Ms. Martin was a missionary for many years. Her mission was to take care of the sick and shut ins. She worked as a CNA/HHA until she became disabled. She is preceded in death by: her sisters, Gwendolyn Huffman and Elnoria Martin; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Martin of Columbia, sc. She leaves to cherish her memories: three daughters and two sons, Theresa Mutcherson, Yvette Smith and Jacqueline Taylor, Ronald Milliron, Sr. and Wallace William; thirteen grandchildren, Tammy Bostic (Oliver), Sammie Mutcherson (Tonita), Ronald Milliron, Jr., Carletha Waiter, Charletha Waiter, Ar iana Mutcherson, Tara Holems, SC, Nicole McCoy, SC, and Jason Mutcherson (Tornita), a grandchild in Thailand and three grandchildren in Saipan, seven great grandchildren and twentyseven great, great dren; nephew, Edward Maddox; aunt, Bertha Martin, NY; and many cousins and friends. Friends and family attending the funeral service are asked to assemble at the Chapel at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL Let our fimlilytBIU>care fimlily "We ere the Jceytoa fine andqualitysernceMOTHER DOROTHY LUCILLE SHEPPARD Mother Dorothy Lucille Sheppard of Thonotosassa, passed away Tuesday, Sep tember 25, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, October 2, 2012, at 11 a. m. at College Hill Church of God in Christ, 6414 North 30th Street, with Pastor Charles Davis, officiating. Interment will take place in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. Mother Dorothy Lucille Sheppard was born April 12 1937, in Midway, FL, (Gadsden County) to the late Solomon McCray and Lora M. Peters. She was educated in Gadsden and Leon Counties and graduated from Lincoln High School in Tallahassee in 1958. She was saved and baptized at an early age at the Midway Church of God in Christ where Elder E. L. Sheppard was her Pastor. Her guardian promised in the mid 50s that she could marry Leroy once she finished high school. Thus, she was united in marriage to Leroy Sheppard in January 1961 at the home of her father in Tallahassee; Indeed, these were two people in love with each other and with God, until she was called home the morning of September 25,2012. She has been a member of College Hill Church of God in Christ since 1961, where she was a member of Choir Num-ber One, Nurses Unit, and staff of College Hill Moments. She was one of the original members of the Gardenias, served on the Deacon Wives' Board and was appointed as a Church Mother in January, 2011. She will long be remembered as "The Sister with the Camera." She was a retired employee of Hillsborough County Public Schools. Mother Dorothy Lucille Sheppard leaves to cherish her loving memory: a loving and devoted husband, Deacon Leroy Sheppard, Sr.; 2 sons, Leroy Jr. of Lake Alfred, FL, and Michael (Denise) of Brandon, FL; 4 daughters, Carolyn Nicholson (Hilton) of Mobile, AL, Stephanie Clayton (Robert) of Tarpon Springs, FL, Sharon Gardener (Lonnie) ofTampa, and Sylvia Goodwin (Chris), RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom; 17 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren; 7 sisters, Dorothy Smith, Barbara A. Maye Mims, Cassie Mims, !della Mims of Bainbridge GA, Altamease Thompson, Indianapolis, IN, Kelli McCray, Tallahassee, FL, and Sabrina Dickey, Midway, FL; 5 brothers, Henry L. Mims (Quinnie), Bainbridge GA, Charles Mims (Fluorine), St. Petersburg, FL, Van McCray, Tallahassee, FL, Solomon McCray, Jr. (Terry), Williamsburg, VA, and Alvin McCray (Loretta), Las Vegas, NV; extended family members, Amy Wallace, Matthew Young, and Dorothy Elizabeth Sheppard; and a host of other family and friends. Two siblings preceded her in death. Dorothy Lucille Sheppard touched lives everywhere. She went without knowing the impact she made on others' lives. The remains will repose from 4-7 p. m., Monday, October 1, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 North Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 6-7p.m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com IN MEMORIAM 7/9/22-10/1/11 BERTEALA. JOHNSON 'Mother' 7/23/527/18/06 MICHAEL 'BURKE' JOHNSON 'Brother I Son' Gone, but not forgotten. We miss you both so much. With all our love: Barbara, Jacqueline, Jack, Jr., Patricia andArnita. MR. JAMES HOWARD STRONG Mr. James Howard Strong ofTampa, passed away Friday, September 21, 2012. Visitation will take place Friday, October 5, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 North Howard Avenue. Mr. Strong was a native of Maxton, North Carolina, and a resident of Tampa for 45 years. He was a veteran of the United States Army and was employed as a cab driver at United Cab. He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving children and grandchildren, Alfonso Strong, Zemberiah Strong, Sharnell Strong, Torri Damen, Gregory Simpson, Tonya Strong, Kawanda Strong, Bridgette Strong, Ramona Strong and James Strong, Jr.; and many, many others. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, October 5, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 North Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. DEN FUNERAL HOME Keturah Holloway Boudreaux. Andrew Miguel Hancock, III. AliENS FUNERAL HOME Ms. LaShawn Brown, Tampa. Master Kadeem Jesse Shillingford, Tampa. Baby Kaiden Walton, Tampa. Mrs. Mary Jean Monroe, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mr. John Christian, Tampa. Ms. Germaien Fleurival, Haiti. Mr. James Holder, Tampa. Ms. Annie Marie Martin, Tampa. Mr. Albert Wright, Tampa. RIYWilliiMS FUNERAl HOME Mr. Wayne Brookins, Tampa. Mr. Henry Carter, Tampa. Ms. Sheree Lynette Harris, Tampa. Ms. linda Harwick, Tampa. Mr. James Strong, Tampa. Mrs. Hazel Wafer, Riverview, FL. Mrs. Dorothy Wilson, Atlanta, GA. Mr. Bobby Wingate, Jr., Tampa. STONE1MEMORIIl FUNERAL HOME Herman Roberts, Tampa. WILS81 FIIERil HIME Ms. Eloise Thomas, Tampa, Deaquarias Lango (Infant), Tampa.


me Cops: Girls Beat Disabled woman, Post Video on Facebook PHILADELPHIAA group of girls beat up a woman in Delaware County, videotaped it and posted the attack on Facebook, according to Chester police. You see a group of six girls approached the woman, who was out on her stoop. Police say all of the suspects are be tween 16 and 17 years of age. One of the attackers starts punching the 48-year-old woman who also has a mental disability. The attack then moves inside the home. All six girls accused of beat ing the woman are in custody. A local parent saw the video on Facebook Thursday morning and tipped off po lice. Teen Killed Bv Father Was Considered Good Kid Break-In Trauedv CONNECTICUT -Tyler Giuliano had no trouble with the law. The teenager loved flying small planes as a Civil Air Patrol cadet and seemed happy as he played an online game with friends Wednesday night But hours later author ities sa y Tyler was outside wearing a black ski mask and wield i ng a knife when he was shot by his father, who thought he was a prowler. No immediate charges were brought against Jeffrey Giu liano, a popular fifth-grade teacher in the slaying of IS y ear-old Tyler, who was gunned down in his aunt s driveway next door to his own home in New Fairfield around TYLER GIULIANO 1 a.m. Thursday It s something out of a Hollywood script," said John Hodge, the first selectman, or top elected official, in the town of nearly 14,000 people about so miles from New York City. He said he couldn't recall another killing in his eight years on the job. Stav 01 Execution Granted To Man Convicted 01 Killing Alleged Molester PENNSYLVANIA Ter rance Williams, 46, was granted a stay of execution and a new sentencing hearing by a Pennsylvania judge on Friday. He was scheduled to die by lethal injection on Wednesday for killing the man who allegedly molested him as a minor. Judge M. Teresa Sarmina of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas granted Williams the new hearing and stay because of new evidence stemming from his 1986 conviction for beat ing Amos Norwood to death in 1984. Williams was 18years-old at the time he killed Norwood, then aged s6. However, when the jury voted to sentence Williams to death, prosecutors withheld evidence that claims Nor wood molested Williams since he was 13-years-old, the judge ruled. They also with held evidence revealing that Norwood had homosexual relations with boys, including Williams. The judge ruled that, had the jury known of TERRANCE WILLIAMS that evidence, they could have possibly voted for a penalty other than death. Defense lawyers contended that newly discovered evi dence of Mr. Norwood's sexual orientation supported their claim that Mr. Williams, who was 18 at the time, killed him because Mr. Norwood, who was s6, had abused him from the age of 13, and not because of a robbery, as prosecutors argued at the trial. The new evidence which was given to defense lawyers for the first time last weekend after 28 years in police files was sufficient to demand a stay and a new sentencing, but not a new trial, the judge said. Pizza Bov llleuediV Rapes woman During Dellverv NEW YORKA 16-year-old Bronx boy has been arrested after cops say the teen raped a woman while he was deliver ing a pizza to her building on Saturday morning. Cesar Lucas was deliver ing a pizza to a tenth-floor apartment at the victim's building just blocks away from New York Sal's Pizza where he is employed. He allegedly no ticed the woman s door slightly cracked around 12:30 a.m., according to sources. Lucas then allegedly en tered the woman s apartment and raped her while she was sleeping in her bed. He then fled the apartm ent and the wom a n called the cops soon after NOPICop Resigns After Hh-lnd-Run Arrest Former New Orleans police officer, Roger Jones, 38, has resigned after being arrested again -on hit-and-run charges. The 1s-year veteran, who was already on desk duty pending investigation of a 2011 hit-and-run, confessed to hitting a car, leaving the scene of the accident, parking his po lice cruiser at another loca tion, then reporting it stolen. He was charged with "hit and-run driving and maintain ing a false public record." Investigators accuse Jones of crashing into a parked car; leaving the scene; and then re porting about 8:30 a.m. Thursday that his vehicle had been stolen from near the cor ner of North Rampart and Toulouse streets Jones claimed he later found it se verely damaged at the inter section oflberville and Marais streets, NOPD spokeswoman Remi Braden said. c: Malvo savs He Feltlike Worst Piece 01 Scum' In this Jan. 14, 2003 file photo, sniper shooting suspect John Lee Malvo is escorted from court after his preliminary hearing in Fairfax, Va. WASHINGTON Con victed D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo said in a newspaper interview published Sunday that the devastated reaction of a victim's husband made him feel like the worst piece of scum. Malvo expresses remorse in the interview and urged the families of victims to try and forget about him and his partner John Allen Muhammad so they can move on. Tuesday marks the 10th anniversary of the be ginning of the deadly spree in the Washington area carried ., out by Malvo and John r Allen Muhammad. The pair has been linked to 27 c shootings across the country, l> including 10 fatal attacks in the Washington area. Z ::::t z m r-Familv Pitbull Mauls Grandma To Death weeks After Her Heart Transplant aJ c: r r-z "a c: m r-OKLAHOMA CI'IY, OKA 6o-year-old Oklahoma City, OK woman was mauled to death by a family pit bull on Wednesday night. Nellie Davis, moved into her granddaughter's home where the attack took place after receiving a heart trans plant and recovering from a subsequent illness. A thun derstorm in the area may have made the dog turn vio lent. "She had a long illness, from Mother's Day until a month ago, and finally she had a chance to come home, n the victim's husband, Cleveland Davis, Sr., said. "You know, I have a heavy heart. She's always been there for me." When police arrived at the scene, they struggled to con tain the dog. Unfortunately, NELLIE DAVIS c;; :I: m c m < m c: m en c )> z c ., :::tJ they put it down. "You have C to understand, the scene was quite gruesome, OKC Police Capt. Dexter Nelson said. "The lady died a horrific death." "Pit bulls need to be in the right setting; they can't be kept in a cramped little bitty apartment," neighbor Kenny Reeves said.


Nr-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Crime Drugs linked To Murders Of Sister And Brother Shortly before 6 a.m., on June 5, 2011 gunshots erupted at an South Tampa home. Police said those shots that left a brother and sister dead were because of drugs. Both Kiara Brito, 16, and her brother, Jeremi Brito, 13, were killed in their home at 3021 W. Van Buren Drive. The day after the shooting JEREMI BRITO ... killed June s, 2011 CHARLES WAITS ... charged with murder without bond. They were indicted on two counts of first-degree murder on June 27,2011. police arrested 20-year-old w Charles Waits. On June Last week, the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office released m ore than 400 pages pertaining to the murders. I n the documents, the mother, Judy Brito, described how her daughter sold not only marijuana, but designer watches that she purchased on the Internet and made a profit. Kiara was a student at Robinson High School, [ij 9th, a second man, Tavari C Grant, also 20, was arrested. Both men are being held ..J m :::) D.. z j:: w ..J ..J :::) m ..J w z j:: z w U1 < c a: 0 ..J u. HEN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 Taua Park Plaza @ NebraSka Ave. & scott St. J, ::J"' .. .. .. 6c'c: :: .. oc: :c ... .c .. ,.,. ::'"' ... J ... a O" 2::..: ; :4' ::"') r:: cx:c e"':c where she played basketball. Jeremi attended Madison Middle School. Police said the drug sales were not secret and that on June 5, the morning of the shooting, Waits and Grant had gone to the house to rob them. Waits, who was a friend of Kiara, told police Grant asked if he had any marijua na to sell. Waits replied he didn't, but knew someone who did. He allegedly took Grant to the Brito home. Once entering the house, Grant allegedly shot both victims. They are also accused of taking jewelry, electronics, and other items from the home. After a neighbor, Jermel Allen, heard pop ping sounds and saw a man running from the residence, he wrote down the license plate number. Allen report edly chased the man. Waits was later identified as the driver of the Impala seen pulling away from the scene. Waits told police Grant forced him to drive to the house and he (Grant) had planned to rob them. Pollcelnvesuaate Deaths Dilen Found Inside Burned lome St. Petersburg -On Sunday afternoon, the St Petersburg Fire Department responded to a fire at 2635 4th Avenue, North. Officials found the bodies of two men inside the burned house once the fire was extinguished. The identities of the two men have not been released. However, on Monday, police said the Medical Examiner s Office stated that the two men did not die as a result of the fire. Their deaths were the result of homicidal vio lence Police also discovered that a 2004 black Ford pick up truck with the Florida license plate of AREK was missing from the scene. The truck also has the name AREK on the front of the truck. The tailgate has two devil horns painted on each side of the Ford emblem and a devil 's tail painted under the emblem, police said. The names of the victims have not been released pend ing notification of next of kin. Officials declined to release any additional information about the investigation. Anyone with information pertaining to the case is asked to contact the St. Petersburg Police Depart ment at (727) 893-7780. Bank Teller Charged With Grand Then The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office arrested a 22-year-old woman and charged her with grand theft and fraudulent use of personal information. The woman was a teller at a local credit union. According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, Ms. Tanisha Murphy was employed at Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union. On an previous date, Ms. Murphy accessed the victim' s account with the victim's knowledge. However, between September 10th and September 12th, Ms. Murphy allegedly used the victim s personal informa tion to impersonate the vic tim. She is alleged to have attempted to wire $8,soo from the victim 's account. TANISHA MURPHY ... Released on $7,500 bond According to police, because the Suncoast School Federal Credit Union has implemented various forms of protection on accounts, the money was never wired. Ms. Murphy was identified as the suspect and arrested on September 21st. She was released on a $7,500 bond. USF Football Plaver Charged With Domestic Violence A 21-year-old University of South Florida football player was arrested shortly before 11:30 p.m. Saturday. He is currently being held at the Hillsborough County Jail without bond. According to a spokesperson for the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, Christopher Dunkley and the unidentified female became engaged in an argu ment on Friday, September 21st, at the apartment they share. The victim told police that as the dispute contin ued, Dunkley forced her to the floor and began punching her on her arms and legs. He allegedly grabbed her by the hair and forced her into a closet. Once in the closet, the victim told police, _Dunkley began striking her with a computer cord on the back of her legs that resu lted in several lac erations. The spokesperson said the Sheriff's Office became CHRISTOPHER DUNKLEY aware of the complaint after the woman reported it around 6 p.m., Saturday, just prior to the University Bulls versus Florida State Seminoles football game. The Seminoles defeated the Bulls 30-17. Dunkley played in the game, but was arrested based on the victim s statements and the completion of a probable cause affidavit. Police are not releas ing any information about the victim. UNCLE SANDY ... When you like yourself 1, 4, 8, 10 more than you like yourself t4, 19, 20, 24 you always wind up with 29, 33, 38, 40 yourself as your best friend 41, 45, 49, so.


I II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 12-12831 DIVISION: A-P DAVID L. MURLEY Petitioner and YOANNAYS LABRADA JIMENEZ Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE {NO CHILD OR FINANCIAL SUPPORT) TO: YOANNAYS LABRADA JIMENEZ ADDRESS UNKNOWN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on David L. Murley, whose address is 4313 Wallace Circle. Tampa. Florida 33611, on or before October 22. 2012, and file the original with Clerk of this Court, at 800 E Twiggs Street, Room 101, Tampa, Florida 33602 or P.O. Box 3450 Tampa, Florida 33601-4358, before service on Petitioner or i mmed i ately thereafter If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. This action is ask ing the court to decide how the following real or personal property should be divided : None Copies of court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's Office. You may review these documents upon request. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 09-CA-()221 06 DIVISION A BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., Plaintiff(s), vs. MEKONEN BEKELE; et al., Defendant(&). AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sale will be made pursuant to an Order or Final Summary Judgment. Final Judgment was awarded on January 27. 2012 nunc pro tunc September 8. 2010 in Civil Case No.: 09-CA-022106, of the Circuit Court of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Circuit in and for HILLSBOROUGH County Florida, wherein, BANK OF AMERICA, N A is the Plaintiff, and, MEKONEN BEKELE; FIKIRTE T. ASHINE; BORDEAUX VILLAGE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC.; AND UNKNOWN TENANT($) IN POSSESSION are Defendants. The clerk of the court, Pat Frank, will sell to the highest b i dder for cash online at www.hillsborough realforeclose com at 10:00 A.M. on October 9. 2012, the following described real property as set forth in said Final summary Judgment, to wit: II -t c m en c 0 0 a OJ m ::rJ ,!') EMPLOYMENT II Drivers: Local Great Pay & Benefits Home Everyday Paid HolidaysNacations 401K COL-A w/X End School Grads Accepted 866-358-3937 FOR RENT II 'TI r-1900 Caracas Street 0 ::rJ 1 Bedroom Efficiency g Air Conditioned en $475.00/Monthly m z $350.00/Deposit ::::! z 2 Bedrorn/1 Bath Home m rAvailable OJ c: Call {813) 293-8431 rrm ::::! Apartment z ., 2 Bedroom/1 Bath c: 3 Bedroom/1 Bath OJ r-Cii Home :I: 4 Bedroom/1 Bath m c CAIH m Deposit < m Section 8 Accepted ::rJ -< -t (813) 453-0123 c: m en You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915). Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. UNIT NO 12 IN BUILDING A OF BORDEAUX VILLAGE, A CONDOMINIUM, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM RECORDED IN PR BOOK 4333, PAGE 1418 AND AMENDMENTS THERETO, ACCORDING TO CONDOMINIUM PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 78, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA; TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN AND ACCCORDANCE WITH AND SUBJECT, HOWEVER, TO ALL OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE SAID DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM OF BORDEAUX VILLAGE. II HOMES FOR RENT II c )It z WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and Information. Failure to comply can result In sanctions, Including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated : September 12. 2012 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: SHERIKA VIRGIL DEPUTY CLERK C>c:it. 9ith Rgiater 28 .,..e'V. 3 c:>nly 1 w PROPERTY ADDRESS: 12701 N 50TH STREET A 12 TAMPA, FL 33617 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated this 21m day of Sej)tember, 2012 Aldrldge/Connors, LLP Attorney for Plaintiff(s) 7000 West Palmetto Park Rd., Suite 307 Boca Raton, FL 33433 Phone : 561.392.6391 Fax: 561. 392.6965 BY: Nallni Singh FBN: 43700 Primary E-Maii : ServiceMail@aclawllp.com Secondary E-Mail : NSingh@aclawllp.com IMPORTANT If you are a person wlth a disability who needs an accommodation in order to access court facilities or participate in a court proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. To request such an accommodation, please contact Court Administration within 2 working days of the date the service Is needed: Complete the Request for Accommodations Form and submit to 800 E. 'TWiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602. On -Section 8? We Have The Houses For You Call Now At 813.309.9988 And Ask For Myra Tow., -.T ""ountry 2 Bedroorn/2 Bath Totally Remodeled Great Neighborhood Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Large Yard $895.00/Rent Plus Deposit {813) 601-3101 Spealng forlts<1if" c 'TI Ci) m .. CD


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