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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area 111 n ur1 n ri 1-oo in . !-. SEE PAGE 3 -FOURTH OF JULY PARK CELEBRATION The Fourth of July is a time of family reunions, especially in area parks. People travel far and near to be with family during the Independence Day holiday. The Jackson/White family was one of the many families gathered at MacFarlane Park for their family reunion on Saturday. Larry White, left, rear, is shown with his family: Infinity, Iris and lman Coleman, Sammonda White, little Omiyah Lovett and Maurice Daniel. (Photograph by Dr. Micheal P. Floyd, Jr.) Mom Disputes Sons Tied To Baby Draks SEE PAGE 2 12 Taken To Hospital Attar Bus Accident Alleged Rapist Had Key To Home SEE PAGE 16 Fireworks Blamed For House Fire SEE PAGE 3

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Features Photograph Correction Of Alleged Drak leader CORY JOHNSON Was not involved in gang arrests CORYDONELLJOHNSON ... facing several felonies Last Friday an article about alleged gang members being taken into custody was printed. The incorrect photograph of Cory Johnson was printed . The person arrested by police is 24-year-old Cory Donell Johnson (right). He was charged with several felonies and labeled as the alleged gang leader by police. C However, the other Cory Johnson shown in the photograph fE above was not connected to this article and has not been arrested C in connection with it. z 1-------------------------------------<( c UJ w :::;) ..... w > w c w :::J: UJ :J m :::;) a. z w ...J ...J :::;) Woman Who Set Herself on Fire Still Hospitalized W IL---' z MARY GYANf ... still hospitalized with W alleged self-inflicted burns. UJ ClARENCE ADAMS . tried:too smother flames by falling on top of Gyant. g a: 0 ...J LL. Mary V. Gyant, 23, the woman who allegedly set herself on fire Saturday remains in serious condition in a local hospital's burn unit. Gyant is still unable to speak to investigators because of injuries. Her boyfriend, Clarence Adams, 51 told Tampa Fire Rescue personnel Gyant doused herself with gasoline and se t herself on fire. Adams said he was at their mobile home trailer about 4:45 when Gyant ran inside on fire Adams said he fell on top of her, trying to smother the flames. The investigation is continuing and neither Gyant or Adams ha v e been charged with a crime in theincident . For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cooking Thur.s,dg.y_-;.Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Spedal Discounts For h Sh H d Churches, Banquets, Snapper S r1mp eap ea Family Reunions And Live Blue Crabs Large Orders. Mom Disputes Sons Are Babv Drak Members B Y IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Th e mother o f tw o y oung men arrested for alleged gang membership disputes the claim She said neith e r of her sons is in v olved in the gang. According to police, the 6-month investigation culmi nated in the arrests of 23 young men identified as being affiliated with a gang known as the "Draks Police said the investigation was a joint effort between police in Tampa, Hillsborough County, Temple Terrace, and Clearwater. In addition to 18 men arrested during the investigation, an additional five were identified as "Baby Draks." Ms. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department defined the Baby Draks" as kids being recruited by the Draks. These are kids the gang unit has certified as being involved." Ms. McElroy further stated that the hope of law ISMAELDIAZ ... facing firearm charge enforcement is to get the youngsters back on the right track and away from gang activity However, Ms. Donna Diaz, mother of lsmael Diaz and Paul Close denies that her sons were involved in the gang. She stated tha t both had been incarcerated and were not released until earlier this y e ar. 1 Ms. Diaz stated that Ismael was arrested on a firearm, charge and that Paul wa!s taken into custody for violation of probation. PAUL CLOSE ... facing violation of probation charge As terms of Paul's proba tion he was only allowed to leave his home to report to work from 9 p m. until 6 a m. Ms. Diaz said Paul worked a 40-hour week. Paul was released o n M a rch 16th. "They couldn't ha ve b e en under investigation f o r 6 months b ec au s e they h a v e n t b een fr ee tha t long. I don't want the m lab e l e d as gang m embe r s because it is already hard enough for them to get a job," Ms. Diaz stated. 12 People Hospitalized After HART Bus Accident This HART Bus Route #6 bus was involved in an accident that left 12 people injured, including the bus driver and the driver of a truck that struck the bus. Shortly before 10 a m. Monday, at least 12 people were hospitalized after an accident involvin g a HART bus and a truck. HART spokesperson, Kathy Karalekas, said the Route #6 bus was leaving Net Park on 56th Street and turning left when a norhtbound truck collided with th e driv e r s s id e front of the bus. Karalekas said 10 passeng e rs were injure d along with the bus driver and the driver of the truck. Hill!;borough County Fire Rescue spokesman Captain Ray Yeakley, said none of the injuries were serious, and the passengers complained of neck and back pain. The condition of the truck driv e r is unknown at this tim e The pas se ng e rs were taken to different hospitals for treatment. Karalekas said although it appears the truck may have ran the light at the exit drive of Net Park, the acci dent is still under investiga tion.

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Features Teen Shot In Drive-Bv During Visit To Housing Complex BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Tampa t ee nager is recover ing from a gunshot sustained over the holiday weekend. The youngster was standing on the corner in a public housing complex when the shooting took pl ace. According to police Walter T. Sharpton was standing on the corner of N Avon Street and E L a ke Avenue, in Robles Park with a group of peopl e shortly after midnight Sunday morning At some point, a dark colored Nissan Altima report edly passed the group of youngsters and an unidentified suspect reportedly fired s e veral shot into the crowd. Sharpton was struck once in the right upper arm and the bullet entered his side He was transported to a local hospital, where he was admitted in seri ous condition WA.I,..'I,E.RT. ... recovering from injury Sharpton's mother, Ms. Debra Sharpton said the shooting took place about 30 minutes after she dropped her son off. "We had attended a gather ing at another place, but my son wanted to visit his godmother who lives over there. About 30 minutes after I dropp e d him off, I r ece i ved a call t e llin g m e th a t h e had been shot." Ms. Sharpton said she was told that a crowd of kid s h a d been igniting fireworks earlier and had struck someone's car but her son wasn t over there when that happened and was unaware of the earlier incident. "He didn't know anything about it and he was on the telephone when he was shot. The other kids ran, but he didn t run bec a use he didn't know anything about what had hap pened earlier," Ms. Sharpton stated. She further stated that her son is an honor student at Stewart Middle School and was in all advanced classes last school term. He's a really good kid," she said. No arrests have been made in the shooting However, the in vestigation is continuing, po lice said. Civil Rights Act Is Topic 01 Sentinel Readers Last week without much fan fare, the anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 took place : July 2nd marked the 45th year since the legislation became law. Some Sentinel readers responded to the ques tion, "How do you feel about the significance of the day?" Ms. AQn Jenkins said, "The MS. ANN JENKINS Civil Right Act of 1964, open doors for freedom; however, there are still inequities that remain. 'John F Kennedy introduced this bill in 1963, Martin Luther King Jr., played a very significant part in getting this bill passed. "Today we s't'Ill' wait every twenty-five years to see if we are allowed to vote. We are the only race that has that stipula tion. Until it is lifted only then will I recognize a change. We are moving in the right direc tion, but, we are slow as turtles. "We need another Martin Luther King to step up to the plate and speed things up. The worse discrimination in the world is hidden discrimina tion. Racial discrimination in the employment is still alive, but hidden. Nepotism is still alive, check out who's losing their jobs first. This bill covers a lot; however there's not enough time to discuss them all. We need to be about the business of staying focus." Dr. George Foxx said, "The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is of most importance as evidence that Barack Obamaisin the White House. DR. GEORGE Thurgood FOXX Marshall and the champions before and after him would be most proud of the accomplishments we have over the decades that broke the race, color, and sex barriers to equality. However, after 45 years there are still plenty of resist ance and adversity to the law, though covert in action and in deeds. The significance of the Act ha s helped us grow as anation." Attorney Clinton Paris A TrY. said, The Civil Rights Act of 1964, and all the sacrifices that were made to ele vate African Americans second class status reCLINTON PARIS minds me that the road to equality was paved in blood. In honor of the personal sacri fices made in the name o f equality, I have worked to seize the opportunities their sacriflees created and continue to work to eliminate the barriers that continue to restrict others, of whatever race, from seeking the pre am oflife, lib erty, and the pursuit of happi ness. "As evidenced py President Barack Obama's election as president, America is closer to achieving the founder's procla mation of a more perfect union but progress to that end will only continue if we make the required sacrifices that freedom costs." Howard Harris said, "-I am HOWARD HARRIS at a com plete loss why the young men of today are not taking advantage of the many opportunities avail able to them. The Civil Rights Act led to my be coming the first Black male hired at Honeywell Aerospace in St. Petersburg and the inte gration of nearby restaurants on Highway 19 in Pinellas Park. "I progressed from messen ger to Contracts Administrator (negotiations) before moving on to Lockheed Martin in Or lando. It also resulted in my being one of the first Blacks to attend St. Petersburg Junior College Evening School and th e first Black to earn a B.A. in Ac-counting from USF." Fireworks Blamed For House Fire Fireworks are blamed for this house fire on Lake Avenue. On Sunday at 2 p.m., Tampa Fire Rescue responded to a house fire at 2503 East Lake Avenue. The first unit on the scene reported a single-story house on fire. The fire was under control in 20 minutes and no injuries were re ported Officials said the house sustained about $so,ooo damage and Tampa Fire Marshals determined the cause to be from fireworks shot from a lot across the street from the house No one was living at the house at the time of the fire. -f c m CJ) 0 }< c_ c !< ....... 1\.) 0 0 CD

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al Editor i als & Colum n s 0 0 N FLOR I DA SENTINEL BULLETIN (Us_DS 202-140) 2207 2 1 s t A v enue Tampa F l orida 33605 ( 813 ) 248-1921 P ublished Every T uesday and Fr i day B y FLORIDA SENT I N EL BU LLETIN PUBLISHING Co Membe r of Nat i onal Newspaper P ub l ishers Associat ion ( NNPA ) and Amalgamated P ublishers Inc New York 1990-94 C P Tim e lnternationa l POSTMASTER : S end Address Change T o : F lori da Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 P e r io d ical P o s t ag e Pai d At Tampa. FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Bly1he Andrews 1901-19n (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subsc riptions-$44.0
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Pictures From The Past James and Edna Gaynor posed for the camera at the Holiday Sizzler Fashion Show. Sally Crosby and Lula Stokes were captured in this photo from the-past. Fred Johnson and Nonna Curry. .were photOgraphed in this photo from the past. Hilda George, crowned Miss Gibbs Junior College, is seen with Jeraldine Taylor and Gladys Evans. WALLACE FAMILY REUNION PHOTO -i c m (J) c }< c.. c N 8 CD ., r 0 :::0 c )> (J) m z ::! z m 'i IJJ c: r r m .::! z c: m r u; ::t m c m < m -t C/) c )> z c ., :::0 6 C) m c.n

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c a: LL. c z w c w :::1: (/) :J ID ::J. a. z i= w .J .J ::J ID ...:. w z i= z w (/) a: 0 .J LL. Local Middleton Hiuh School Class 011954 Holds Class Reunion Dinner Members of the Middleton Hi gh S c hool C l ass of 1954 recentl y attended th e ir class reunion. T h e gro up attended a di nner at Sam S eltzer R estaurant as part of th e reunion festivities. (Photography by BRUNSON). Marcellas and Gwen Durham Vernell and Willie J. Talley attended the reunion dinner. GWRIA W. DAVIS Eddie and Sevil Stewart Andrew and Jackie James attended the dinner at Sam Seltzer Restaurant. Ossie Hendrix and Victoria Brown were among those attending the Middleton High School Class of 1954 Reunion Dinner. Robert Mitchell, Willie Mae Burney, and Shirley Thompson took part in class reunion activities. CD w 5a Members of the 1954 Class Reunion shown in this photo-it graph are: Juanita and Ruben Yeoman, and Robert Sharpton. Ethel and Irving Ward Irene F. Harris and Doretha C. Thoman.

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LAKEISHA KING Happy birthday, LaKeisha King, b k.a., Ms. Kei. You've grown up to be such a classy lady. We love you, Baby Girl, b.k.a., "Our Head Ache" ... LOL. Love, your family. JAYLALEWIS Birthday wishes go out to Jayla Lewis, who will be turning 11 years old. You've grown up to be such a lady, just like Ms. Kei. We love you. From the family. Did .You Know That ... .Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Including Aimual Relining & Surgery .In tion For Your Den.tures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) ALVIN V., MARY BUNCHE & FREDDIE WILLIAMS, JR. ALVIN E. And MARY BUNCHE Happy birthday, Alvin E. Bunche (6/I?), Freddie L. William, Jr. (6/28), Alvin V. Bunche (7/7). May God bless you to have many more. Love, Mary J. Bunche. TOMMIE And EBONY Fqreve.r. From your wife Happy birthoay (Nuke!) Subsl'ribe Today! MS. TER'QUYANNA Happy belated birthday! Small Fry; MS.KIMORA )> c.. c !< 1\) 0 0 CD "TI r-0 :a c )> en m z ::j z m r;-. m c: rr-z "tJ c: m r-c;; :X m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> r Z c 'T1 2:! c Happy belated 1st birthday, Cum. From, godmama, Valencia; goddaddy, William; godsister, Van'Nijah, Ter'Quyanna, Wil'Nijah; and godbrother, Ky'Ziah. ""'

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0'> g Religious C\1 Tampa Hosts 25,000 Attendees For COGIC Convention CX) Nearly 25,000 atte n dees were in Tampa last week for the Int e rnational Auxiliaries In Ministry Convention (AIM) of the Church of God in Christ The week of training musical extravaganzas, fellowship and spiritual renewal concluded with a mess age by Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake on Friday, July 3, 2009. Activities and opportunities for family involvement in cluded College Fair, Scholastic Motivation, Bible Bowl; Spelling Bee Competition, Math Drill Teams, Basketball Tournaments, Pageants, along with musicals featuring noted gospel artists, such as Jonathon Nelson, Kurt Carr, Kierra "KiKi" Sheard, Maurette Brown Clark, James Fortune and FIYA, the Nevel Sisters, Kim Burrell and m a ny more. The convention completed its first full day on Tuesday with a powerful message from Evangelist Ruby Holland W Pastor Darwin Randolph was in town to promote his new book The Wounded Worshipper during the Missions Evangelism Con-ofAIM. Hutchins of Memphis, TN A musical to open th e con vention on Monday evening drew about 1,500 people at Brown Memorial Temple COGIC J. Drew Sheard is Chair man of the AIM Convention. Locall y Bishop Matthew Williams is the Presiding Bishop of the Jurisdiction of Southwestern Florida. (Photography by Brunson and Julia Jackson) Bishop Matthew Williams was at the musical at Brown Memorial where he is the pastor. Pastor Willie James Campbell, the President of Evangelism, was at the Tampa Convention Center for the AIM Convention. Consuela Cowan and her daughter, C allie were among those at the Tampa Convention Center for the start of the AIM Convention. Superintendent J. Drew Sheard, AIM Chairman, addressed the audience during the musical at Brown Memorial COG I C. Vice Presidents of Missions, Bishop Bobby Henderson and Elder Tony McClain at the Tampa Convention Center where several of the workshops and services were held. Deacon John D Jackson, Mother Rebecca Jackson and Mother Mary Barnes were among those at the Tampa Convention Center on Tuesday for the AIM Convention. Drs. Thomas and Claudia Dozier were among the guests at Brown Memorial COGIC for the opening musical program for the AIM Convention. The Lord's House Ministries Pn>wnta Bishop Joseph B. Lee, and Lady Martha Lee New Church Starts in Tampa First Service Held At Oak Park Community Center 5215 East 15th Avenue Tampa, FL 33619 Sunday, July 12, 2009 ** 11 a.m. It's Time To Make A Change BISHOP JOSEPH B LEE, SR. & LADY MARTHA LEE You have tried everything else why not try JESUSIIIIIIII mll@thelordshouse.org or ladyleee@bellsouth net Souls are the heart beat of God and ours!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Loca l NCNW MonthiV Meeting Th e Tampa Met ro Sec tion o f the Na ti o n a l Counc il of Negr o Wom e n Inc. m o nthl y meeting i s sch edule d f o r S aturday, July 11 2009, 1 0 a m a t th e Childr e n' s Board, 1002 E. P alm Ave. Th e a g e nd a will includ e a final r e port fr o m th e annu a l fundraiser and luncheon, alo ng with a r e port from the most recent Executive Board meeting.' All othe.r commit tee chairs or their representatives are to also submit ELEGrA W. DAVIS President wri tt e n repor ts. Th e r e w ill be n o reg ul a r meeting in the m onth o f A u g u st. Th e final m ee tin g o f thi s f i sca l yea r w ill b e h e l d on S aturday, S e pt. 5 th N C N W m embe r s a r e e n courage d to b e present and o n tim e for this m o nth 's m ee ting Vis ito r s a re a l ways welcome Gloria W. Davis, Publicit y Ch air, Electa W. Davis, President. Alpha Kappa Alpha Names 'Len leader' Th e 56th South Atlantic Regional Conferenc e of Alpha K appa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated was convened in M yrtle Beach, South Carolina April 29-May 3 2009, with Mrs. Ella Springs Jones, Regional Director, presiding The annual Stella J. Lett Undergraduate Leadership Award was presented during the Undergraduate Awards Luncheon to Lindsay Sanford, member of the Lambda Theta Ch apter of Alpha Kappa Alpha at Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina. Lindsay is a senior, major ing in bioengineering and holds numerous leadership positions at the university. LINDSAY SANFORD .. Lett Leadership Award Recipient In her essay titled, "How the Extraordinary and Inspiring Journey of President Obama Affects My Personal Journey," she wrote the following: "Young African Americans including myself, can no longer deny ourselves in our quest to achieve our potential. We have a responsibility to our President, our families and our communities to better the world. Whatever dream I have, I feel even more driven to achieve it because of President Obama's success. He has taught me and countless oth ers to have no boundaries Along with a medallion, a plaque, and the distinction of being named "Lett Leader," Lindsay was presented $1,000 to further her educa tion. lnd .\nnual :\I usic \\'orkshop Conference Julyl0--11,2009 1 !O'rFI L t/11/l't' 1111/o lht' 1 1>1'11 -Psalm. 100 -De New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church 2511 East Columbus Drive-:-33605-2849 Rcvcrcud Dr. Wllter James Williama, Pastor Music Ministry M ... E. T.,._, MiDistcr ofM111ic Brethr Rea rttt.., Cbaimi. S11tar 1tr1b1eJ a..., Co-Chailpmon Dr. Aue .BAwlliM rm...ra..... Uai Y ersity of Sooalll Florida Scllool of Muoio Millilter C. hu Joluuoa FOIIDdodCI!O Eiqdom Scrvmt Mmillrioo Hooi-IU.N.G. TALK. -ICLAY RADIO M111ic Wcirksbop/Confereace Agenda R.,utratioa FRIDAY & SATURDAY Registrations 7 : 15P.M -8 :15A. M Praise & Worship Concert FRIDAY 7:30P. M SATURDAY 6 :30P.M. Registration Fee: $10. 00 Registration Paclcage Includes : Badge, Workshop Packet &: Access to All Conference Activities, Guest Choir & Meals L._ __ Pleue Join Us For A Spirit-Filled Mwical Prop11111/ With all undergraduate chapters of the South Atlantic Region eligible for competi tion seven finalists were iden tified and were also recog nized: Da'Koyoia Bailey, University of South Carolina/ Aiken; Renesha Davis, Georgia Southern University; Tamara Crawford University of South Carolina/Upstate; Vonetta Epps, Savannah State University; Bianca Harmon, University of Central Florida; Natora Snipes, Morris College, and Kamilah Wright, Winthrop University Assisting Sonja Garcia with the award presentations were Mrs. Ella Springs Jones, South Atlantic Regional Director; Dr. Barbara A. McKinzie, National President; Mrs. Elaine Bryant, Graduate Adv isor, Sigma Nu, University of Tampa. The Lett Leader Award is generated annually by the Sonja W. Garcia Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation Endowment, in honor of Mrs. Lett, a former President of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter, T a mpa and Beta Pi Chapter (Aiabama St a te Univ ersi ty ) ---4 c: m (/) c Daddv look-A-like f Contest Winner W T M P r ece i ve d several entries in r es p o n se t o thi s yea r 's Daddy L oo k -ALik e Cont es t wh e r e th e d a d a n d child w h o s h a r e d the stro n ges t r ese mbl a n ce h e ld th e winnin g title. C ongratulations to the winners, Idris Thomas and his be a utiful daughter, Epiphany Thomas of Tampa. Both winners enjoyed dinner with Tampa Bay Buccaneer Maurice Stovall (#85) a n d hi s fath er, alo n g w ith WTMP 's R ad i o P e r so n a lity, Aminta, courtesy o f M a lia's Prime St ea kh o u se a nd Don Cor e lli Ent e rt a inm e nt. Th e winn e r s a nd g u es t s w e r e tra nsport ed in sty le b y limousine. In additi o n to being trea t-ed like a "king for a d ay" Idris Thomas received additional prizes including a p air of T ampa Bay Bucc aneer Game Tick e t s, a s uit a nd hair cut. 1\) 0 0 (0 ., r 0 ::D en m z -4 z m '=" lD c:: r r m -4 z c: lD r u; ::1: m c m < m m en c z One of the sponsors of the event,. Tampa Bay Buccaneer, 0 Maurice Stovall. Missionary Baptist Church Rev. Eric E. C llllpbell, Pastor 2916 Orient Road Celebra*es Its 45ih Chrch Anniversary July 8th-10th & llth Julv 1009 ML OliYe A. M. E. Rev. James GiviDs Putor -<

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c a: u. c z w c w :::J: en :J m :::J c. z w ...J ...J :::J m ...:.. w z z w en C3 a: 0 ...J u. 0 ,.. w G Local surprise Retirement Dinner For TGH Emplovee A surprise retirement dinner was held on May 24 2009 for Catherine Coley. She retired after 42 years of service at Tampa General Hospital. Mrs. Coley started her career at the hospital as a dietary aide. She worked her way up to Mam OR Service Patient Tech. The Smith Family, neighbors of the honoree, was in attendance. Honoree's grandson, Corey Coley enjoying himself at the retirement dinner. Nephews of the honoree, Solomon Davis,IV and Ronnie Andrews. Co-workers of Catherine Coley at the retirement dinner, Elonda Young and Valarie Holton. Best friend of the.honoree, Pearl Harris. Friends not shown, Jackie Howard and JoAnn Daniels. Honoree's, daughter-inlaw, lea Coley and niece, Contessa Davis. Coalition Of 100 Black Women Host 11th Annual Gourmet Gents The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women held its 17th Annual Scholarship Fundraiser at Higgins Hall at St. Lawrence Parish. "Gourmet Gents: A Culinary Fanfare" featured more than 100 gentlemen showcas ing their culinary skills. (Photography by Brunson and Julia Jackson) Captured enjoying the delicacies of more than too Gourmet Gents were: Alvin and DeeGa Nesmith, Pat Turner, Renee and Frank Lee, Jerry Francis, Lillie and Bob Samuels, and Elaine and Bill McCloud. These Gourmet Gents are: Jeffery Harris, Toranio Parker, Wayne Vonton, Willie Parker, Jr. and Willie Parker, Ilf. Enjoying the afternoon at the Coalition of too Black Women Tampa Chapter scholarship fundraiser were: Deborah Howard, Iris Williams, Joyce Russell, LaShune Harris-Jordan and Roberta N. Horsley. Dr. Larry P. Brown Guest Speaker Thomasville, GA . Dr. Charles A. Cody Host Pastor Sunday, July 12, 2009 10:00 AM Word Alive Church 1 024 5. 78th Street Tampa, FL 33619 813-623-3550

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Local /National Couple Uses lite Experiences To Write Children's Books Growin g up in D ayto n a B eac h John and Jennifer Darby f e lt they were both d es tined for failure. Th e ir p a rents were not only best friends but both w er e drug dealers and users, and a lot of their activit i es had an ad verse affect on their children. Mr. Darby has spent tim e in prison on two occasions, and Mrs. Darby has had her own share of problems Both turned their lives around and are the parents and grandparents of 11 children. The Darby's didn t want their children to grow up mak ing the same mistakes they did, and they did the beSt job they could being parents But, hard times followed them both, and both ended up homeless. "Writing wasn't something I thought about that much at first," said Mrs. Darby. One da y, I got a poem from my husband that wasn t fin ished, and he asked me to finish it for him. I got bored writing poetry, and asked him what else he thought I could do He sug gested writing children's JOHN AND JENNIFER DARBY books. To date, the couple has au thored more than 18 children's books and this year, are having two of them published for the first time in both Spanish and English. The books Am ina The Ant, and You Write WithAmina, is a reflection of their lives 'I'm Amina and my hus band is Kareem in the books," said Mrs. Darby. The books are God-fear e d and show how God can deliver you from one situation and put you in a better one Mr. and Mrs. Darby have their own Boys and Girls Club and Family Resource Center in L akeland, a nd a l so s p o n so r f o od a nd clo thin g d rives for th e h o m e l ess Each book i s wr itt e n as a trilogy that o ffer s d iff e r e nt thin g s f o r th e c hildr en. They a l s o have fla sh c ards a lphab e t s a nd oth e r learning tools to get childr e n motiv a ted a t an e a rly age "Eve n though we were home less during a large part of this process w e k e pt working," s a id Mr. Darby. The schools in Polk County wouldn't allow us to put our books there, because we men tion God in them The books are being mar keted by the couple themselves, and they are trying to get them into Hillsborough County Anyone interested in contact ing the couple can reach them through their website, ami natheant@yahoo.com. Mr. and Mrs. Darby said they 've gotten offers to develop a cartoon from their books, and Mrs. Darby said her first pub lished book of poetry will be dedicated to her husband. Citv .Of Tampa To Hold. EEO Trainin. u The City of Tampa Division of Community Affairs and the U. S. Equal Employment Oppor tunity Commission will present an Employm e .nt Oppor tunity Seminar on Thu rsday, July 23, 2009. The seminar will be held at Ragan Park Community Center, located at 1200 East Lake Avenue. Regis tration begins at 8 a m. and the program will be from 8:30 a. m to 12 noon This e vent is free and open to the public. Employers are encouraged to attend this half-day seminar. Present a tion topics will include EEOC investigation proce dures, compliance with infor mation request, ADA laws, and discipline and discharge A question and answe r session will follow each presentation. The presenters for the seminar are Manuel Zurita, Field Director, EEOC Tampa Field Office ; Attorney Kathleen Liever,, Esquire, of Fowler White Boggs ; Attorney Michael D Malfitano, Esquire, of Constangy Brooks & Smith LLP; and Debbie Crumbley :Brown, Associate Vice for Legal Affairs and Human Resources at Stet son University College of Law. To pre-register, please c &ll Cheryl Bean or Rebecca Cortes at (813) 274-5835 oremail cherlylene beall@ .tampagov.net If y ou need special accommo dations during the seminar, please specify your request at the time of registration. Seat ing is limited and registration is required to gu a rantee seating The deadline for registration is Wednesd a y July 15, 2009 Founder _ Of Jesus People Ministries Church Dies Bishop Simmeon Williams jr,., D.l;>i D. Min ., Senior Pasto r, Fourlder and CEO of Jesus People Ministries Church Inc , was received home to be with the Lord on Thursday July 2 After a brief time in the hospital his death was attributed from com plications affiliated with Lupus. He was 57 years old A "Celebration of the Legacy and Life'. ofBishop.Williams will take place on Thursday, July 9 at 11 a m at King Jesus I El Rey Jesus Ministries Inter national, located at 14100 SW 144th Avenue in Miami . Dr; Creflo Dollar, Senior Pastor Founder and CEO of World Changers Church Intern ational in Atlantq, Georgia, will do the eulogy. A public viewing takes place on Wednesda y, July 8 from 4-8 p.m at Jesus People Ministries Church Interna-BISHOP ISAIAH WILLIAMS, JR. tiona], located at 4055 N W 183rd Street in Miami Gardens Funeral arrangements are being made through Royal Fu neral Home. Bishop Williams was born and raised in the city of Miami, where he grew up as the great grandson, grandson and son of founding AME pastors and church stewards. In 198 3 the call of God was confirmed md set in motion as Bishop Williams started the work of Jesus People Ministries Ip._ c . The church has grown to ove r &,ooo members and the ministry has even o fpaltner:s througliout \Flonda, the United States and the world. Bishop Williams was ele vated to the office of Bishop in April 1996, through the Azusa International Fellowship of Christian Churches and Min istries Inc. (Tulsa, OK), and is presently a member of the ereflo Dollar Ministerial Associa tion (Atlanta GA). Bishop Williams added to the community not only as a spiritual voice -but as a com munity activist. Bishop Williams has received procla mations from the cities of Miami-Dade County, Miami, and Opa-Locka, Florida. Police Department Cuts 2010 Budget Bv $1.85 Million Th e T a mp a Poli ce D e p a rt m ent is c utting 36 civili a n posi tion s out of its 2 010 budge t T w en ty -nine of those positions qu a lify for federal grant fund ing The grant will a llow 29 em plo y ees to keep their positions for fis c al y ear 2010 $ 1 8 49,000. Th e d e p a r t m ent i s not e limin a ting a n y p oli ce offi c e r positions. The following positions ha v e be e n e liminat e d : Poli ce Fl e et Servic e Technici a n Range M aster, Office Support Sp e cial ist II and. Custom e r S e rvice Representative I. The department has als9 c1,1t 29 positions from the police budget and replaced them with a federal money grant. Those cuts include 11 Investigative Assistant positions, 10 Police Community Service positions, and 8 Public Service Officer -1 c m (J) c )> c.. c z m 1\.) 1\.) 0 0 CD The department a dministr a tion is hopeful that federal stimulus mone y will allow them to extend the employee con tracts beyond 2010. As a result of these cuts, four positions will be eliminated and four employ ees will lose their jobs. It is un clear who will face the lay offs until all employees have exer cised their contracted bumping rights. The department is also elimi nating three vacant positions for a total budget reduction of Additionally, three positions "TI that were vacant have been r eliminated. The vacancies were g a Crime Scene Technician, a 0 Police Data Terminal Operator, )> and a Training (J) m z :::! z m. Manifested Wisdom Church And Our "Marriage Is Sacred" ... Q ... 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Lake Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605 Topics: Discipline and Discharge Investigation Procedures Presenters: Manuel Zurita, Field Director Equal Employment Opportunity Commission/Tampa Field Office '. ADA[aw Michael Malfitano, Esquire Cons tangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP Request for Information Deborah Crumbley Brown. Assoc. Vice President Legal Affairs and Human Resources Stetson School ol Law This is f r e e and ope n t o the public and pre-registration is encouraged. To register for the semi n ar. please call Cherlylene Beall or Rebecc a Cortes at 18131274-5835 or email chertyiene beall@tanioagov.net. The registration deadline is July 15,1009. Paid lor by the City ofTampa with fundtng provided from the U S EEOC. Sutint is illit.t. Prwqistution : s encourag.t to gomnttt 11atint. 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c a: LL c z <( c (/) w ::J I-f[ w > w c w :::1: (/) ::::i m ::J .o.. z t= w ..1 ..1 ::J m ...:. w z t= z w (/) C a: 0 ..1 u. Sports 'Transformers,' 'Ice Age' Tie For No. 1 At $42.5M LOS ANGELES --Pr e histori c c r eatures and robots are in a photo finish for the Fourth of July box-office crown. The st udi os behind "T ransform ers: Revenge of the Fallen" and "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs" are reporting their movies in a tie for the No. 1 spot with $42.5 million in ticket sales each Walt Disnev World Monorail Crash Kills Emplovee LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -Officials at Walt Disney World Resort were investi gating what caused the first fatal accident in the 38-year history of the park's Monorail, a one-time symbol of founder Walt Disney's vision for future transportation. One of the monorail trains crashed into another early Sunday in the park's Magic Kingdom section, killing one of the train's operators, emergency officials said. At least five guests were treated at the scene for minor injuries, authorities said. The other train 's operator was not injured, but was emotionally shaken and taken to a hospital. The transit system, which shuttles thousands of visitors around the sprawling resort each dc:ly, was shut down while authorities investigated Mariah carev Dresses Up As Eminem For 'Obsessed' Video Mariah Carey in hoodie, doo-rag from clip. The three-way tussle pitting Mariah Carey and Nick against Eminem took another turn when Carey shot a video for her new single "Obsessed" -and dressed up like Em. Carey filmed scenes for the clip at the Plaza Hotel in New York, where she plays a man in two different costumes: One finds her in a bellhop uniform, while the other has her in a giant gray hoodie, a doo-rag and a thick goatee -apart from the beard, she's dressed exactly like Eminem (and looks the star of my new 'Obsessed' video! LYl\.f!!" and In addition to the photo she posted, several other pictures from the shoot have emerged. "Obsessed" is the first sin gle from Carey's upcoming album Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel, which is set to hit stores on August 25. Though Carey doesn't mention Eminem's name specifically, there are a handful oflyrics that suggest that the song is a response to Em's Relapse track "Bagpipes From Baghd(}p," on which he r aps about taking Carey back from her husband: "Nick Cannon better back the f--up," .c very bizarre). Carey tweeted, "Check out my website to see a photo of On "Obsessed," Carey sings, "Why are you so obsessed with me/ Boy I wanna know/ Lying that you're sexing me/ When everybody knows/ It's clear that you're upset with me ... Why are you so obsessed with me? You're delusional/ Boy, you're losing your mind ... It must be the weed, it must be the E/ 'Cause you be poppin', you get it poppin'," which may be about Slim Shady's struggle with Lotterv For 11,500 Tickets For MJ'S Memorial Organizers will give out 17,500 free tickets to Tuesday 's Michael Jackson memori a l at Los Angeles' Staples Center. The drawing occured Sunday. Trying to avoid a rush, the promoter kept some details secret, say ing only "there be no dis tribution of tickets at Staples Center" or the surrounding entertainment complex. The event will a lso be streamed online and broadcast on tele vision. A city councilwoman sug gested fans might be better off watching at home, and a Jackson family spokesman warned-perhaps futilelyagainst scalping the free tick ets. A large section of down town Los Angeles will be off limits to all but ticket holders on the day of the memorial. More Than 1.6 M Seck Jackson Memorial Tickets More than 1.6 million fans of the late Michael Jackson requested tickets by the 0200 GMT Sunday deadline for free admission to the memor ial tribute Tuesday in Los Angeles. Only 8,750 of those people will win two tickets each for themselves and a partner to attend the event at the Staples Center sports arena in downtown Los Angeles. Some of the tickets will be for viewing large screen coverage of the event at the Nokia Theatre across the street. The tribute at 1700 GMT Tuesday is to be broadcast worldwide. Family spokesman Ken Sunshine told CNN on Saturday that no decision had been made whether Jackson's body would be present at the trib ute. There will apparently be no public procession through the city. Singer Jennifer Hudson will be among the performers who will appear at the service, CNN reported. The final buria l place for Jackson has not yet been announced. Jacks()ll Kids Face Hurdles In Coping With His Death CHICAGO .--No matter how unusual their lives may have been so far, Michael Jackson's children now face a universal trauma felt by all kids who suddenly lose a par. ent The challenges are particularly daunting for the Jackson kids, with no mother in the picture, custody issues, and unanswered ques tions. The public knows little MICHAEL JACKSON about the sheltered children_ Michael Jr., 12; Paris, n; and Prince Michael II, 7. They were all born long after Jackson's heyday, and he kept them veiled sometimes literally from prying eyes. Whether they are resilient or particularly vulnerable to emotional trauma is unknown. One thing is certain: "T he loss of a parent is a catastro phe" for any young child, and the Jackson kids will need help coping, said Dr. Stuart Goldman, a psychiatrist with Children's Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School. Jackson's will names his 79-year-old mother, Katherine Jackson, as the children's guardian. Since Jackson's June 25 death, they have been staying with her and other relatives at the family compound in Encino, a Los Angeles suburb An attorney for Jackson's cardiologist said the children requested and were allowed to see Jackson; s body, after a psychiatrist was consulted . Michael Jackson Shatters Billboard Records Given the news all week of his posthumous sales surge, it comes as no surprise that Michael Jackson is officiall y the King of Pop charts again. According to Nielsen SoundScan, Michael Jackson albums and Jackson-related compilations h o ld the top nine posi tions o n Billboard's Top Pop Catal og chart, all posting remarkable jumps in sa les in the days following the singer's death. Jackson him se lf hold s a record eight of the top 10 spots, while a Jackson 5 compilation a lso l a nded in the upper tier of the chart. All in all, Jackson's solo albums sold more than 415,000 copies this past week, according to SoundScan, an amazing num ber, considering his titl es sold a combined 10,ooo copies in the week prior to his death. The one-week total is a l so n early 40 percent m ore than what his catalog had so ld in all of 2009. In Death, Will Michael Jackson Be More Profitable? Michael Jackson's financial woes were well documented: Numerous lawsuits, loss of control of his beloved Neverland and reports th at he was hundreds of millions of dollars in debt all point to a complex money mess But might he find the financial success in death that eluded him in the last years of his life? Experts predict that millions could flow into the Jackson estate coffers with renewed interest in his life and music after his unexpect ed death. 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Sports Former Buccaneer Donnie Abraham Named Head Coach At Gibbs Hiuh School DONNIE ABRAHAM Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer cornerback Donnie Abraham has been n ame d the head coach at Gibbs High School, St. Petersburg. Since retiring from the NFL, Abraham had been a n assistant coach at the high school level. Abraham's time with the Bucs can be forgotten as the team won the Super Bowl the year after he left with th e help of a n extremely tal ente d group of defensive backs. But Abraham was no slouch He still ranks second all-time in team history with 31 interceptions 'Fridge' Improving With Help WILLIAM PERRY COLUMBIA, SC Michael Dean Perry knows the day is coming when his good-natured, gap toothed older brother nicknamed "The Fridge" will be back to his old, affable self. But that will take some time and William Perry, 46, undP-rstands that, Michael Dean said. William, the former NFL defensive lineman famous for his smile and 360-pound siz e, spent more-tqiw a month at Aiken Regional Medi ca l 'tenter :this., s p ring, suffering from GuillainBarresyndrome, a disease where the body's immune system a ttacks its peripheral nerves. Perry's doctors in Aiken saw his condition improve enough to release him in late May . Valdiserri said Mike Ditka, Perry's Chicago Bears Coach and others in the Gridiron Greats organization attempted to bring Perry to Northwestern University's Memorial However, it would've cost Perry about $350,000 for 8-to-12 weeks of necessary therapy. Valdiserri says Northwestern helped secure a place for Perry at Carolinas Rehabilitation near Charlotte at no cost, Valdiserri says -where Michael Dean and sister, Patsy can monitor their brother and cajole him into sticking with his rehab. William must undergo six to seven hours of speech and physical therapy each day to improve his deteriorated motor skills, Michael Dean says William will need another two to 'three weeks at th. e rehab center, then he will move to a nearby assisted living facility. '*the \ihice ()fOur Community Speaking j(>r (8}3) 248-1921. Phil Jackson To Return As lakers Coach Next Year PHIL JACKSON LOS ANGELES -Phil Jackson will return to coach the Los Angeles Lak e rs next season, getting a clean bill of health following a record championship sea son. The Hall of Fame coach turns 64 in September and said on the team 's Web site Friday h e got the go-ahead for another season after con sulting the team doctor. Jackson led th e Lakers to their 15th NBA championship and his 10th title in June, brea king the mark he shared with the late Boston Celtics coach Red Auerbach. Jets LB Pace Suspended For 4Games CALVIN PACE NEW YORK--The NFL suspended Jets linebacker Calvin Pace for four games without pay Thursday for violating the league 's polic y on performance-enhancing substances. Pace will miss New York's first four games of the sea son and be eligible to return for the Monday night game at Miami on o'ct . :12. In a statement issued by the Jets, Pace said the ban is a result of him taking an dietary supplement that he was unaware v iolated the NFL's policy Pace, in his second season with the t iS, i s eligible to participate in preseason practices and games. The suspension begins Sept. 5 and he can return to practice on Oct. 5, a day after New York's game at New Orleans. Jurv Awards Miami's Tavlor, Partners S1.5M SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico A jury in the U.S Virgin Islands has awarded Miami Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor and two partners th e r e turn of a $1.5 million deposit from the botched sale of a private island. The NFL star, who recently s i g ned a $1.5 million, one year contract to come ba c k to the Dolphins, will be given his share of the deposit, plus expenses, after a jury determined that the seller breached a 2004 con tract for the 158-acre island, known as, Great St James, off St. Thomas east end. JASON TAYLOR After five years of litigation, Taylor's attorney, Charles C. Papy, said Thursday h e was "e late d b y the jury's findings, which resolved the civil case. Stallworth's 911 Call Released In Florida DUI Crash MIAMI --Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte' Stallworth said on a 911 call that the man he struck with his car "came out of nowhere" before the crash Stallworth is serving a 30day jail sentence after plead ing guilty to DUI manslaugh ter in the March 14 death of 59-year-old Mario Reyes. Stallworth also reached an undisclosed financial settle ment with Reyes' family. Stallworth has also been suspended indefinitely by the NFL. Attorney David Cornwell, who is represent ing Stallworth in that matter, released a statement Tuesday after th, e Miami Herald reported on its Web site, citing unidentified DONTE STALLWORTH sources, that the receiver tested positive : for marijuana after the accident While the marijuana hasn't appeared to play a role in Stallworth's criminal case, it could affect his standing with the NFL and its drug policies. c m (/) c c... c 1\) 0 0 z c :::c c

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O'l Death Notice/ Memoriam I'-;:::) 'J. c (J) w ;:::) t-c a: u. c z ct c (J) w ;:::) .... > a: w > w c W ::t: C/) :J m ;:::) c. z t= w ..J ..J ;:::) m ..:.. w z t= z w CJ) a: 0 ..J u. MS. LUCY Acknowledging the passing of Lugene Carnes, whose funeral will be held Friday, July 10, 2009, at Harmon Funeral Home. For details, see Friday's paper or call (813) 431-1911. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM BLANCHE W. GATHERS 7-7-41 Happy birthday, Blanche. We love you, but God loves you' best. You will remain in our hearts forever. Your husband, William; kids, Yolanda and Anthony; grands, Alfred and William; and family and friends. National Fonner D. C. Mayor Barry Charged With Stalking WAsHINGTON --Police say former Wasl!ington Mayor Marion Barry has been arrested and charged with stalking a wmp.aiL The United States Park Police said Barry, a current D.C. Council member, was arrested Saturday in Washington after a woman flagged down an officer and complained that Barry was stalking her Sunday that the accusation was "baseless." -She .says Barry plans to fight the charge and. said the accuser is a 40-MARION BARRY year-old woman Barry had helped financially. Barry was charged with ;! misdemeanor stalking and w released. CJ Barry's spokeswoman, Natalie Williams, said Barry served four terms as mayor. In his third, he was videotaped in 1990 in a hotel room smoking crack cocaine in an FBI sting. He served six months in prison and in 1994 regained the mayor's office. Sports Former NFL QB Steve McNair Found Shot To Death NASHVILLE Tenn. Shot twi ce in the head and two more times in the chest for mer NFL quarterback Steve McNair was the victim of a homicide, police declared Sunday. But authorities wouldn't say it was a murder-suicide even with his 20-year-old girlfriend dead at his feet from a single bul let. McNair had been dating Kazemi for several months, and Nashville police spokes.man Don Aaron said Sunday that a semiauto matic pistol was found under her body She was shot in the head. Investigators weren't look ing for a suspect but were questioning friends of the couple as well as Kazemi's ex-boyfriend They were also waiting for results of drug and other laboratory tests before deciding whether McNair was killed in a lovers' quarrel. "That's a very important part of the investigation as we work to ultimately classify Miss Kazemi's death," Aaron said. McNair repeatedly played through serious injuries and pain to win, though he came up a yard short of forcing overtime on the Tennessee Titans' famous drive that came a yard short of forcing overtime in the 2000 Super Bowl. McNair and Kazemi were found dead at a Nashville condominium which overlooks the Titans stadium -that he rented with his friend Wayne Neeley. Police believe both died early Saturday. Neeley found the bodies hours later, and called a friend, Robert Gaddy, who played at Alcorn State with McNair. Gaddy dialed 911. The quarterback's agent, Bus Cook, said he had never heard Kazemi's name until news of the shooting broke Saturday. What McNair's wife knew wasn't clear Sunday. Cook said Mechelle McNair was "in and out of it." He said she had no comment after the police called his death a homicide "It doesn't make any sense. I don't know what to say," Cook said. Mechelle was upset, very distraught" Sunday, Cook said. She was prepar ing to finish funeral arrange ments Monday. McNair split his time between Nashville and his farm in Mount Olive, Miss. STEVE MCNAIR And SALEH KAZEMI on vacation parasailing He recently opened a restaurant near Tennessee State University that was aimed at serving healthy, affordable food to college students. McNair was also seen so often at Kazemi's apartment that a neighbor thought he lived there. McNair met Kazemi when his family ate often at the Dave & Buster's restau rant she worked at as a serv er, and the two began dating in a relationship that includ ed a vacation with parasail ing "She pretty obviously got mixed up way over her head with folks," said Reagan Howard, a neighbor of Kazemi's. The victim's sister, Soheyla Kazemi, told the Florida Times-Union. in Jacksonville that the young woman had expected McNair to get a divorce. "She said they were planning to get married." Kazemi often was dropped off by limousine in the early morning hours and recently went from driving a Kia to a 2007 Cadillac Escalade registered to both herself and McNair. Her niece told The Tennessean that Kazemi thought Mcll'J air was divorcing his wife of 12 years soon Nashville courts had no record of a McNair divorce case, but a home he owned in Nashville is on the market for $3 million. McNair and Kazemi were together Thursday night when she was pulled over driving that Escalade. She was arrested on a DUI charges, and he was to leave in a taxi .. McNair led the Titans to the 2000 Super Bowl, which they lost 23-16 to the St. Louis Rams despite his 87-yard drive in the final minute and 48 seconds. He was co-MVP of the NFL with Colts quarterback Peyton Manning in 2003. The Titans drafted Vince Young in 2006 to replace McNair, who had mentored him since he was a teenager They never played together but did play against each other that year. "He was like a father to me I hear his advice in my head with everything I do. Life will be very different without him," Young said in a state ment Sunday. McNair grew up in Mount Olive, Miss., and became a football star at Alcorn State, the Division 1-AA school in his home state as he dominated the Southwestern Athletic Conference. He became a Reisman Trophy contender as reporters flocked to little Lorman to _watch the man known as "Air McNair." 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MS. WYOLENE 'BA.E' JENKINS Ms. Wyolene "Bae" Jenkins was granted her angel wings on July 2, 2009, at Tampa General Hospital. Her days were spent surrounded by family and friends that she touched in some way throughout her very memorable life. Bae was born on September 13, 1932, in Edison, Georgia. Bae was beloved by all, and will be sorely missed by: three sisters, one brother, six children, twenty grandchildren, fifteen great grandchildren, and a of other family and friends. Services will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Wednesday, July 8, 2009, at 11 a. m. Interment at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Tuesday (today) from 4-7 p. m. For more information call (813) 232-8725 AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www .aikensfuneralhome.net Harmon Funeral Home John L.F_:D James Harmon. L. F. D 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 nas provided ltle highest standard in funeral services for over 70 years Ray Williams Funeral Home RhodeS & NOrthern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa FL 33606 Ph: (8, 13) 253-3419 Fax: {813)251-4912 Ema il: ra)'Wms @ij.ne / FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th St.* Tampa, FL 33605 {BOO) 605-3350 (813) www.wilson-funeralhome .com MS. IAKESHA M. HICKS A celebration of new begin Elizabeth Wright; uncle, 'E:ib.ert Hicks. .She leaves fond memories a loving and devoted mother, Linda Hicks; a father in his own rights, Douglas Williams; biological father, William Brown; grandfather, Jessie German (Etha); 2 sisters, Angelica and Shannon Brown; 3 brothers, William Williams, Emanuel Brown and Matthew Brown; aunts, Lola Roberson (Clemmon), Debra Martin, Barbara German, Patricia Morrow (Duane, Sr.) and Cindy Brown; great aunts, Mary Hawkins (Eugene), Marie Hicks of Belle Glade, FL; special uncle and aunt, Sam and Eva Cochran; uncle, Jessie German, Jr. (Ada); great uncles, James Hicks (Janie Low), George Hicks and James Wright (Anna Belle); cousins, LaNetria (Nikki) Hicks (devoted), Sierra Hicks, Ramona Matthews, Cedric Matthews, Demetrius German (Brandy), Julius German, Ashlon Joshua (Michael), ShaVan Palmore, Michael Palmore (Brittany), Satrina Palmore, Duane Morrow, Jr., .Janae Morrow, Justin Morrow, Verdell Sanders, Betty Adkins, James Adkins, Johnnye Ray Hicks (Paula), lvey Hawkins, Gregory Hawkins, Renae Adkins, Angelica, Angela, and Rodney Hicks and Sherry Gunn; special cousins, Terry and Michelle Jackson; special families, the Colliers, the Cochrans, the Jacksons, the Bushes, the Whites, and the Clemmons, "special" little one, Nyguen Gunn; goddaughter, Alexis Sharpe; godmother and brother, Emma and Edward Miller;' devoted friend, Tony Collier; special friends, Thelma Holmes, Bigsley, and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends too numerofi: s 'to name. Special thanks .to the ICU nursing staff of UCHC, Devita Dialysis Service, Tampa Bay Tech High School, and H. T. Hackney Company. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 4-7 p. m. on Tuesday, July 7, 2009. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 2808 N. Jefferson St. Friends are asked to meet at the church at 1:45 p. m., Wednesday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net MR. DANNYL. DAVIS Mr. Danny L. Davis of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, June 30, 2009, in a local nursing home. Homegoing services will be conducted Friday, July 10, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Rev. Beverly Lane, Pastor, Bethel A. M. E. Church, officiating. Inte1ment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Davis was a resident of Tampa for 51 years and was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was a member of First Bl\ptist Church of West Tampa. Survivors include: a devoted mother, Mrs. Carrie Graham; a loving brother, Henry Graham, Jr. and sister, Bridgette Coonce (Reggie); nephew, Jovan Coonce; niece, Tova Coonce; uncle, Dan Davis; cousins, Lewis Brinson (Beverly), Nellie Brinson, Betty Farmer (Harold), Flo Mills (Vidal), Frank Reddick, Deryck Dawson (Janet), Rogina Hannon (Carl), Pat Means, Debra Means, Maxie Means (Mary), Sophia Smith, Curtis and Rev. Beverly Lane; a host of other cousins and other sorrowing relatives and special friends, one of whom is Delores. The remains will repose from 4-8 p. m., Thursday, July 9, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Friends are asked to assemble at the Chapel at 10:45 a. m., Friday morning. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. AlltENS FUNERAL BOllE Mrs. Eddye Gallrr!Q!!, Tampa. Ms. Lal-< in-law, Mary Joyce Wright, Angela Dixon, and Darlene l> Nelson; a host of nieces and nephews including Nasana, "T1 Jalisa, Shantel, Kevin, :II Latoya, Stephen, Travis, C Kyra, Kendra and Dekion; )> extended family, the McGee, -< White, Stephens and Pittman families of Florida, Georgia and New York. THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC VIEWING ON THURSDAY EVENING. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes Northern, Owners.. RAT WILLIAMS l_UNERAL. BOllE Mary J4!fferson. Connie Stephens. WILSON FUNERAL BOllE Ms. Ethel Salter, Tampa. Ms. Rosa Lee Battles, Tampa. Cl m .... CJ1

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0'1 g Crime News N Alleged Rapist Uses Kev To Enter Residence AARON HOWARD T a mpa Police report t ha t a t 4:45 a.m. F ri day, Aaron Howard, 21, entered a home u s i ng a key a n d alleged l y raped a you ng girl. P o lice sa i d t h e v i ctim was und er 13. C Police said H oward, w h o 11: is known b y the famil y of the victim, entered t h e home z a nd found the vi ctim sle e p< ing and awoke her. He reportedly threatene d her C with a knife, and told her to (/) w keep quiet. He then report-edly carried the victim outfi: side and put her in a vehicle. w > w H e d r ove t h e v i c t i m a way fr o m the residen ce a few bl oc k s w h e r e h e se xu a ll y a s s a ult e d her. The victim screamed and Howard punched her sev eral times in the face, police said Police said when Howard finis hed his attack on the victim, he drove her away from t h e area and dropped her off a few b l ocks fro m her r eside nce. He t h reatened th e vict im with more h arm i f s he t o ld any o ne abo u t the c rime before he fled t h e area, po lice sa id. The v i c ti m ran ho m e a n d awakened her aunt w h o called p o lice. At 8:05a.m., Howard was arrested a t h is h o m e and c harged in the incident. During hi s a rr es t p o lic e sa id d r ugs w ere found insid e the home. Howard was charge d with armed kidn a pping, pos s es sion of cocaine, possession of cannabis, and sexual bat tery. He is being held with out bond. c w (/) :J m ;:) a. Reward onered For Man Who Anacked Troop.er z i= w ..J ..J ;:) m I ..J w z i= z w (/) g g ..... __ MARQUISf POUTE Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of 23-year-old Marquist Jermaine Polite. Polite has active warrants for violation of pro bation, for felony fleeing to elude and a federal warrant for distribution of cocaine. During a traffic stop July 3rd, Polite allegedly violently attacked a Florida oug be very tempting, 5, 0 18, never bite the hand at feeds you 8, 14, 34. Highway Patrol trooper. According to FHP, the trooper observed a vehicle traveling on State Road 60 with the passenger not wear ing a seat belt. The trooper conducted a t raffic stop on the veh i cle at the Brandon Town Center and the front passenger, later identified as Polite, became very nervous stating he did not have any identification. The trooper said Polite got out of the vehiCle on his own as the trooper explained why he stopped the vehicle. During the inteiView, Polite became nervous and his behavior suspicious causing the trooper to attempt a pat down Polite for possible weapons. While conducting the down, the trooper reported that Polite spun around and struck him. During the alter cation, the suspect struck the tro9per several times and was able to flee when his shirt ripped. FHP said the trooper is not being identified due to con cerns for his safety. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Polite is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1 800-873-8477. Counhouse Capers LAWRENCE BINGHAM, 21 Aggravated Assault W ith A Vehicle LEWIS SCOTI, 2 0 Domestic Battery By Strangulation NEPHATERIA MCGILL, 21 Battery, Domestic Violence Reward onered II Cirelli .......... Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for infor mation that will lead to the arrest Of two men who robbed a Circle K last week. Last Saturday at 4:50 a.m., police said a man entered the Circle K, 1451 East Fowler Avenue, pulled a black ski mask over his face and held the clerk at gnppoint demanding money. A second man entered with his face already Both robbers fled into the Regency Square Apartments, deputies said. Both men are described as Black males, 18 to 20 years old, 6 feet tall and weighing 180 pounds. Any one with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers a t 1-800-873-8477. JASMINE WIMBERLY, 27 Possession Of Marijuana KENNETH BORDERS, 52. Possession Of Cocaine Possession Of Cannabis CEMAR RAINES, 25 Fleeing To Elude, Possession Of Cannabis FRANQUITA LA DAVIS, 25 Leaving Sc:ene Of Crash Withii'Uury KING THOMAS, 48 Delivery Of Cocaine CAS SANDRA REED, 45 Aggravated Domestic Battery BERTHINA JEFFERSON, 44 Possession Of Cocaine DONTAVIOUS BROWN, 17 Sale Of Cocaine Possession Of Cocaine RAYFIELD GORDON, 46 Delivery Of Cocaine CHARLENE ARNOLD, 32 Carrying A Concealed Firearm

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l : 1 ) .......,. INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS TAMPA BAY WATER, A Regional Water Supply Authority (TAMPA BAY WATER), is requesting written sealed bids from vendors able to provide HYDROCHLORIC ACID SUPPLY SERVICES according to TAMPA BAY WATER's specifications. This request is for: Contract# 2010-005 for HYDROCHLORIC ACID SUPPLY SERVICES. Written sealed bids must be supplied on forms provided by TAMPA BAY WATER and will be received until 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, July 21, 2009. Specifications and forms may be obtained at TAMPA BAY WATER's office located at 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater FL 33763-1102, or at www.tampabaywater.org. INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS TAMPA BAY WATER, A Regional Water Supply Authority (TAMPA BAY WATER) is requesting written sealed bids from vendors able to provide As-Needed Contractor Goods and/or Services according to TAMPA BAY WATER's specifications This request is for: Contract No. 2010-006 & 2010-007 for As-Needed Contractor Goods and/or Services. Written sealed bids must be supplied on forms provided by TAMPA BAY WATER and will be received until1:30 p.m. Eastern Time, Tuesday, July 28, 2009. Specifications and forms may be obtained at TAMPA BAY WATER's office located at 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater FL 33 763 -11 02 or at www. tampabaywater.org. INVITATION TO BID Kamminga & Roodvoets Inc., invites all Hillsborough County certified M/WBE Subcontractors and suppliers to bid on the following project: Bruce B Downs Widening (Palm Springs Blvd to Pebble Creek Drive) # C-0190-09 (JA) The following scopes of work are being solicitated: Erosion Control, Import Fill, Hauling, Aggregate Supp ly, Earthwork, AsphaJ t Paving, Oewatering, Storm Drainage (Material Supply!tnstallation), Landscaping, Grassing, Concrete flatwork Handrail, Guardrail, Pavement Markings, Lights/Signs/Signals/ITS, Utilities Pipe and Fittings Supply, Pre-stress Girders, Pre-stress Piling, Structural Steel, Class V Painting, Soil Anchors, Demo, Box Culverts, Jack & Bore, Directional Bore'/ Survey Barr i cades, Barrier Wall Rental, Clearing & Grubbing, Milling, Sheet Piling (Furnish & Install), PVC Pond Liner, Fencing, Irrigation, Pipe De-silting, Pipe Laser Profiling Plans and specifications are available for review at our office Submit your written Proposal to Kamminga & Roodvoets Inc. by Thursday, July 23, 2009 to : Kamminga & Roodvoets Inc 5219 Cone Road Tampa, FL 33610 All interested parties should contact Estimating at Phone #813-623-3031 and fax all QUOTES to 813-628-4490. f.c d ....! 1 1 {rs -=..f. __ _. ----INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS TAMPA BAY WATER A Regional Water Supply Authority (TAMPA BAY WATER), is requesting written sealed bids from vendors able to provide As-Needed Roofing Contractor Goods and/or Services according to TAMPA BAY WATER s specifica tions. This request is for : Contract No. 2010-008 for As-Needed Roofing Contractor Goods and/or Services. Written sealed bids must be supplied on forms provided by TAMPA BAY WATER and will be received until11:00 a.m. Eastern Time, Tuesday, July 28, 2009. Specifications and forms may be obtained at TAMPA BAY WATER's office located at 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater FL 33763-1102 or at www.tampabaywater.org INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS TAMPA BAY WATER, A Regional Water Supply Authority (TAMPA BAY WATER), is requesting written sealed bids from vendors able to provide As-Needed Painting Contractor Goods and/or Services according to TAMPA BAY WATER's specifications This request is for : Contract No 2010-009 for As-Needed Painting Contractor Goods and/or Services. Written sealed bids must be supplied on forms provided by TAMPA BAY WATER and will be received until 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time, Tuesday, July 28, 2009. Specifications and forms may be obtained at TAMPA BAY WATER's office located at 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater FL 33763-1102 or at www.tampabaywater.org INVITATION TO BID Sub bids requested from W/MBE Subcontractors and/or suppliers. City of Tampa . DoWntown Water Pipeline Replacement Project Phases B & C Tampa, Florida Bid Date: July 16, 2009 Letters Of Interest Due By: July 12, 2009 Sub bids due no later than July 121 2009 Trades/Services Requested : Hauling, Dewatering by Welipointing Only, Jacking and Boring, Erosion Control, Fencing, Survey, Sod Concrete, Asphalt, Maintenance of Traffic Kimmins Contracting Corp. 1501 2nd Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 Contact Person: Tom Harrington Email Address: tharrington@kimmins.coQl Web Address: www.kimmins.com License No. CGC061458 Equal Opportunity Employer NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Hillsborough Community College is accepting proposals for the following: RFP # 2499-09 Construction Plan Review and Building Code Inspection Services Due Date: 07/29/2009 before 1:00 p.m. For more information, please visit our website at click on Current www hccfl.edu/dao/admin-andfinance/departments/purchasing aspx click on Current Opportunities Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call Or E-mail AVONlADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Cleaning Service Seeking Floor Technician With Clean Background To Strip, Wax, And Buff Call (813) 458-4158 Or (813) 352-6252 Career Opportunity Reps Receptionists Telemarketers $375 $8000/Weekly Start +Bonuses! Great Benefits Proven Systems Mainly Inbound Training Provided (727) 656-4545 Contact LaVORJ\ @ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal lrl Th e 'FI.OI'ida Sentinel : \ .... :_.;, Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 To (813) 248-9218 c m en 0 c... c !< "'..J N 0 0 CD r-0 ;:!;! c > en m z ::::! z m r-I [JJ a: rr-m ::::! z "'tJ c: m r-Cii :X: m c m < m -i c: m en c > z c ;:!;! c

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