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Celebrating 64 Years In The Ta1npa Bay Area ........ I --11 ... ) ictims Identified/In Early orning Crash $EE STORY ON PAGE 12 KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY ELECTS NEW BOARD MEMBERS The Tampa Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc elected New Board Members recently. Seated from left to right are: Salif Solomon, Vice Polemarch Cedric McCray; Polemarch Edwin Narain; and Keeper of Exchequer, Paris Thomas. Standing, left to right, Kevin Jackson Chris Atkins Allen Thompson, Orlando Gudes, Tony Marion, Warren Mitchell, Lesley Miller Jr., and Lesley Miller, Ill. .. S upt. To AHend Middleton Meeting SEE PAGE 3 Murder Victim's Dad Gets Probation -. SEE PAGE 17 Woman AHacks Man With Box CuHer SEE PAGE 17 Step Team To Compete On BET SEE PAGE 2


O'l Features 0 a: LL. 0 z <( 0 CJ) w ::> 1-> a: w > w 0 w :::t: CJ) :::i a:l ::> a. z i= w -' -' ::> a:l Children's Board Board Member Addresses Mass Transit Issues BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Chi ldren's Board Board member, Robert "Pete" Edwards, sent a letter to U S. Department of Transportation Secretary, Ray Lahood, expressing co ncern s about mas s tra n s it in Hill s b oro ugh County. In t h e l e tter dated June 23, 2009, Edwards said he has great concern and fear tha t Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART) and the Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority (TBARTA are not working in the best interest of all the people in Hillsborough County's urban core. "The plans to establish a light rail system and a highly structured bus system for the suburban areas comes at the expense of others," said Edwards. For the past 8 to 10 years, I have observed HART plan for this system and it appears they have no true intentions of upgrading the local bur system in sections wherein a high population of the work ing poor, minorities, disabled patrons are located, yet con tinue to ride on poorly conditioned buses, very poor upgrades in meeting certain requirements and other aspects." Edwards said when you see a bus system that continually puts the new busses generally in well to do areas and continues to deny that they are doing something is wrong. "In the quest for light rail, the two agencies appear to be focused on obtaining federal funding, yet denying that there is a current gap in ser vice in poor areas. I am asking that until a thorough independent assessment of these agencies plans that will including upgrading the current bus system, services and equipment in the urban core, that all funding for light rail, suburban bus programs and other ventures be suspended." Edwards sent copies of this letter to Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Congressman C. W. Bill Young, Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Senator Mel Martinez, and Senator Bill Nelson. Step Team To Compete On BET Members of the Theta Phi Beta Community Step Team BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For the second time in as many months, a Tampa step team will compete in a national competition. Th e all girls team, competing under the banner of Divas of Tamp a," will a pp ea r on BET's (Black Entertainment Network) 106th & Park's Wild-Out Wednesday competition on Wednesday, July 15th_ Residents can tune in and casts votes as the show broad cast live from New York City, from 6 p. m. until 7=30 p. m. The young l a dies are the second half of the local team Theta Phi Beta Community step Team. Alex Kelly is the founder of the organization continues to serve as its leader. Kelly said "The Tampa Steppers" lost by one vote when they competedin May. The theme for the night is "Female Step Teams." Each group must have 6-8 females in the group and will perform for one minute and fifteen seconds. The young ladi es who will compete are: Renisha Faison, Qua Stephens, Elicia Arkliss, April Little, Keevonna Wilson, Sheila McFadden, Petra Davis, and Reana Davis. "People can vote more than once, so we are asking that you tune in and cast your votes. This is the last step competition. The winners of the other shows will return as finalists to compete for the grand prize on August 26th." Viewers will have the opportunity to log on to www.BET com and click on the icon for Wild-Out Wednesdays to cast their votes between 6 p.m. and 8 p .m. For those who do not hav e access to the Internet, a t e l e phon e number will be provid ed to cast votes once the s how begins. Th e winning team will receiv e $500 and will be invited back to p e rform next month in th e final competi tion. The Theta Phi Beta Community Step Team has competed iri several venues including the Disney National Step Team Steppers under Kelly's direction range in age from 8 to 25. He is currently accept ing steppers in the age range of 10-21 to join the organiza tion. Kelly can be reached at (813) 918-4822. ...:.. w z i= z w C/) Exquisite .Cuisine Is Topic Of Talk Show <( 0 a: 0 -' LL. On Wednesday July 15th, Motown Maurice will take the show to the kitchen. This month, three distinguished chefs will serve as the pan-. elists for the Wide aWoke Wednesday Live Interactive Talk Show. The event will take place at the Alumni Center, Traditions Hall, on the campus of the University of South Florida, beginning at 6:30 p. m. Those in attendance will watch video presentations and have N an opportunity to talk to the W guests and express their feele, ings and ideas. In addition to give-a-ways the audience will have an opportunity to learn useful tips such as how to find money-saving shortcuts, how to make a four-course meal in less than an hour, finding the best restaurants with the best prices, and baking tips. The panelists will also discuss why you should avoid -preservatives, food groups and the Food Pyramid, and the history of Red VelvetCake. The guests this month are: Ms. Monica D. Isom, of A Bite of Heaven; Chef John Saxton, of Urban Culinary Cuisine Cafe, and Ms. Brenda Esprit, of BE's Kitchen & C a tering. Ms. Brenda Esprit is the owner, chef, and instructor of BE's Kitch e n & Cat e ring. She said, "Today's economy makes eating out more c hallenging to the budget. However, the alternative to eating out less without giving up the flavor is to learn to prepare meals that are deli cious, s imple, and easy on the wallet." Ms. Monica D. Isom, of A Bit e of Heaven, is a baker and speech Language pathologist. She said, "Once yo u taste my Red Velv e t Cake you will experience a bite of heaven." Chef John Saxton, Executive Chef and Owner, Urban Culinary Cuisine Cafe, Guest Panelists: said, Each individual's taste buds helps to determine their exquisite cuisine. Discovering the many possibilities of exquisite cuisine depends upon the culinary interests, th e excellence of its preparation and in uncovering its se nsual side As a health edu cator and professional chef, it is my desire to introduce you to 'The Sensual Side of Foods."' Motown Maurice said, "Our show is designed to pro vide the necessary tools that will enlighten, encourage, and motivate people to reach their dreams and goals. He is the Executive Producer Host and Creator of Wide aWoke Wednesdays. For additional information contact Motown Maurice at (813) 951-0794; or by email MotowoMaurice@yahoo.com


Features Superintendent To Anend Middleton Meeting Julv 18th Hillsborough C o unty School' s Sup e rint e ndent MaryEllen Elia will me e t with Middleton High School pare nts, alumni and concerned community members on Saturda y July 18th, 11 a. m in the school cafe teria, 4801 N 22nd St The school's alumni associa tion r eGently requested the meeting to get information on the district's plans to improve student test scores on the state-m a ndated Florid a Com prehensive Ass essment Test (FCAT). Each year test scores for the lowest 25% of students who take the FCAT determine the school's grade, and Middle ton has been rated a "D" school each year since its reopened in 2002. Middleton is one of only two high schools in the entire state that must improve its grade in 2010 or face restructuring (Miami Edison High School is the other). Middleton had been a segregated all-black high school from 1934 until 1971, when it was converted to an in tegrated 8-9th grade center. ... Supt. of Hillsborough County Schools School Board Member Doretha Edgecomb arranged the meeting with Supt. Elia at Middleton after listening to concerns from fellow alumni members at the June 25-28 All-Class Reunion and 75th Anniversary. Many people in the community have heard rumors that the state will restructure the school and that it may no longer primarily serve students living in East Tampa. Most of the 1,300 stu dents who now attend Middleton live within walking dis tance. Alumni Associ a tion Pr e sident Calvin Simmons invites Middleton graduates and for mer students, parents a nd con cerned individuals and organizations to a ttend S a tur d a y s meeting Principal Carl Green has opened the cafete ria tothe public that morning and cars may park in the lot at N. 22nd St. and Wilder St. One or g ani z ation that has stepped forward to assist the alumni association by reaching out to invite parents to this important meeting is the Nation Of Islam (N.O I.) Tampa Study Group Coordinator Brother Ali Muhammad said the NOI wants to be a part of the solution that improves the school's grade. Middleton High alum and new high school liaison Fred Hearns invites other groups that are concerned about Middleton's future to attend Saturday s meeting. For more information, call the school at (813) 233-3360. Tampa Man Killed In Plane Crash BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Tampa man was identified as one of the victims of an air plane crash last week. The plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico last Wednesday Mysela "Mike" Parks, 44, was identified as one of the vic tims killed in the crash. An 11 year employee, he was the Media Production Manager for the McNichols Company. Ms. Sarah Morris, Em ployee Services Manager, said in a press release "Mike pro duced a broad range of corpo rate promotional, training, and website videos that have been seen by thousands of McNi chols customers and its emHe has been a part pf MYSELA "MIKE" PARKS ... Identified as one of the victims the McNichols Company since 1998 Company President Herb Boetschius said, "Mike has been an exemplary employee for more than a decade, and he was well-liked by (:111 the staff here at McNichols. This is a tragedy that will be felt by Mike's loving family and friends and his close-knit fam ily here at McNichols forever." Parks, along with Roland Schurrer, 40, Steve Barrows; 33, Jeff Byron, and Greg Arceneaux were killed. were alsg two dogs on bo. ard : : .. The twin-engine Cessna -plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico, off the c oast of Florida last Wednesday. The plane left Collin County Regional Airport in McKinney Texas on morning around 10 a.m Authorities said a Jacksonville controller lost contact with the airplane about 3 p.m Ybor Citv Development Corporation Seeking Board Nominations The Nominating Committee of the Ybor City Development Corporation (YCDC), Inc is seeking nominations for its 2009-2011 Board of Directors The YCDC Board serves as the official Community Advisory Committee (CAC) to the City of Tampa and the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) on issues and policies affecting Ybor City. Nominees must represent one of the following Board categories: retail bar, restaurant, professional office, hotel/bed and breakfast property owner, multi-family residential, enter tainment/events, multi-use complex, and at-large Terms of office are for two years beginning October 1, 2009 and ending September 30, 2011. Nominees must submit a CRA Community Advisory Commit tee Questionnaire, which can be obtained through the Ybor City Development Corporation office or online at www. tampagov. netfycdc. Nominations must be submitted by 5 p .m. on July 21, 2009 to: YCDC NOMINATING COM MITTEE, 2015 East 7th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605, Fax: (813) 274-7935. Email: kimberly.bogush@tampagov.net For additional information, please contact Ybor Develop ment Manager Vince Pardo at (813) 274-7936 -i c m C/) c APPlicant Upset Blacks Not On List For Supervisor Of Elections Post c... c !< ..... _.f;>. I\) 0 0 JOE ROBINSON ... Applicant for Supervisor of Elections Last week, Governor Charlie Crist selected a short list of applicants for the Supervisor of Elections appointment. There were a total of 22 people vying for the position. Two of the applicants, Joe Robinson and Arthur Richardson are African American However, neither of which was chosen. Robinson said, "For the gov ernor not to include a Black on the short list goes against what he' s been saying. It's a political plum He had an opportunity to show diversity, but this goes ag a in s t e ve rything h e has been c.o s a ying Th a t offi ce h as hi s t o ric ally h a d problem s with Bla cks a nd I fee l h e s hould hav e at least in clude one on th e short list, not s a ying he had to appoint that person Robinson s t a ted wh o is a lso a Republican. Th e short list of applicants in clude : Craig Latimer, who is curr e ntly working in the offic e and w a s the late Phyllis Busansky's Chief of Staff ; State Senator Victor Crist; former State Representative Sandra Murman, who is the only woman on the short list ; Earl Lennard, former Hillsbor ough County Schools Superin-'TI tendent; Robert Henriquez, r and Charles Hart, III. All of the applicants were in-0 terviewed on Friday. )> Sterling lvey, spokesman en for the governor's office said, "Although interviews have oc-::::! curred, we will continue to ac-Z m cept applications and give each r;-application full consideration." m City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) r 248-1921 or by e-mail iholton@flsentinel.com. z "'D c m r Cii ::z::, m 0 m < m ::D -< -t c m (/) 0 )> z 0 'TI 0 :)> -<


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Opin i ons expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel BullaUn or the Publisher The Greatest Performer Whoever lived!' We heard it. You did, too. When Motown founder Berry Gordy stepped before more than a quar--ter of a billion people world-wide, gazed into the camera, and said, "Michael Jackson is without u. doubt, the greatest performer who ever lived," a shiver C went through Heaven. Indeed, in the hearts and minds of music show-business historians around the world, a nagging question, if not an on-going debate, was born. -Who indeed, is, or could have been dubbed "The Greatest Performer Ever to Have Lived on Planet Earth, W at least, in the last half-century?" Immediately, a torrent ::J 1-of names came to mind: James Brown, Fred Astaire, fC Jackie Wilson, Aretha Franklin, Bessie Smith, Duke w Ellington, Nat King Cole, The Great "Satchmo"' himself, > Louis Armstrong; the immortal Ray Charles, (Frank W Sinatra? AI Jolson?), Otis Redding, Ella Fitzgerald, c w Dinah Washington .. When does the list of immortals ::1: ever stop? The answer is-it never stops! UJ ::i So, to say Michael Jackson is the greatest performer a:l who ever lived, is that an insult to the memories of Bo Diddley, or to the continued achievements of names like z Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Quincy Jones and others? j:: You be the judge. w ...J ...J ::J a:l ...:. w z i= z w UJ < c a: 0 ...J u. The Tale Of The Prodigal Sons Listen. If you have three sons, grandsons, nephews or young male cousins under the age of two, odds are that at least one of them will spend sometime behind bars before they get old. Sounds impossible, doesn't it? But according to the Sentencing Project, today's current trend of incarcerating Black men continues "one in three Black men born today can expect to go to prison." Such a grim prediction has caught the attention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) president, Ben Jealous. In response, he hopes his organization and the Black community can change such dire prognostications. This is how the NAACP sees the problem. Like millions of Black parents, NAACP leader Ben Jealous fears that his young daughter will not have much of a marriage choice among African American men, if the number of Black men marching into the prison system continues to expand. Sadly, "one in every ten Black men between ages 25 to 29 is incarcerated, everyday. And, Black women are among the fastest growing populations. Thus, the NAACP president believes America's Black communities have a moral responsibility to teach values and principles to our children, which would prevent them from choosing a life of o:t crime. W Regardless of the hype, too often, people who enter the criminal justice system are doomed to a life of unem-0. ployment or dead-end jobs. Furthermore, many of the An Expensive Repair Rec ently, offi cials closed the Fri e ndship Trail Bridge for safety reasons Since the new bridge opened the Old Gandy Bridge had been converted into a place for people to be close to the water. The bridge was constructed in 1924, and opened as the longest toll bridge in the world. It linked Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties. After its replacement opened the bridge was trans formed into a place for jog gers walkers, and fishermen. It offered a safe place to spend time on the Gulf It seemed like a win-win situation and people on both sides of the bay were taking advantage of it. But, in November officials deemed it This writer is an avid supporter of President Barack Obama. I am acutely aware that the president inherited one big mess as president A part of this big mess was a collapsing economy that had this nation in a total down ward spiral. A multi-billion dollar stimulus package designed to spark life back into the economy was talked about and passed into law. The stimulus package has bee. n estimated at some-where between $987 billion and $997 billion. During the stimulus debate there was talk of rebuilding aging infrastructures, high ways, bridges and other such projects. There was talk of many shovel ready projects that would create millions of jobs. unsafe and closed it. Officials have been told that the bridge can be repaired for a mere $15 mil lion. But, in the same breathe, were told that the repairs wouldn't last. According to engineers, the bridge would still have to be torn down in ten years I think I must have missed something It seems odd that the engi neers know what the problem is, they know that it will be costly to repair the bridge, and they know that the repairs will only last 10 years? Wait, if they know how to repair the bridge and they know that it will be a costly undertaking, it seems likd they should know how to repair it permanently. People got excited about the passage of the stimulus package and the potentials it held The excitement is wan ing and people are saying the stimulus package isn't work ing One major reason it is not working is because the vast majority of the money is sitting somewhere under lock and key and has not been systematically and effectively woven into the economy. President Obama said the program was designed to period ... Well, Mr. President, I respectfully disagree. We dqn't plan. designed to work over a twoyear period. We need one that is designed to work now I mean now as in today. What I am simply saying is that the president needs to revisit the stimulus package and get the money to work Otherwise, it is a waste of $15 million That is sort of like placing an expensive, but ineffective bandage, on a wound in need of sutures I find it hard to believe that in this day of modern technology that there isn't a better solution. Taxpayers may not mind paying for something th a t will last for decades. But, taxpayers are not going to dole out $15 million for something they know won't last It has to be a better solution. Two public meetings have been scheduled The first will be held on Tuesday in St. Petersburg and the second on Wednesday at the Jan Platt Regional Library at 7 p.m on Wednesday on shovel ready projects that will create jobs now, like next week, like next month before this year ends. Today, we are using the stimulus money like somebody trying to empty the Atlantic Ocean by scooping the water out one cup at a time. Mr. President, so many Americans can't wait! They can't afford to wait! They have waited too long already. Some people are calling for another stimulus Why another one when we haven't spent the first one? I am not opposed to a second stimulus package, but I do -say use the first one up before going for a second one. I also believe the stimulus package should only be used to create jobs, jobs and more jobs in America. children of men and women behind bars often end up in an overloaded foster care system. So, we accept the NAACP's challenge and encourage our readers to "each one reach one," by committing to save at least one Black male child. Keep them from becominf prodigal sons. Either that or at least keep a light on and the door open.


Pictures From The Past Grover Cochrane, Jr. and Hubert McNeely looking sharp in this photo from the past. -Veronica Johnson and Martha Cussea\Lx pose while attending a party. Ken Thompson and Dee Mills smile for the camera while attending a party. Deltas making a donation at their annual ball: Dora L. Reeder, Willie J. Clemons, Jr., Jean Bolden, and Sweetrix Williams. ..., .. Attending a wedding were Inez Green, Lula Mcintyre, and Elaine Gilmore. -f c m (/) 0 c... c ..... 1\) 0 0 co r-0 JJ 0 )> (/) m z :::! z m r-1 m c r rm :::! z "'t'' c OJ c (/) ::::t m c m < m -t c m (/) c )> z 0 "TT XI 6


0) 0 Local Businessman Selected As Special Guest For Muslim Celebration Event In 2000, businessman Jarvis El-Amin organize d the areas first African American Toastmaster' s organization with Dr. Rhonne Sanderson. "Tha t was m y first training g round for public speaking." From July 10th until the 1 2th, the Internal Museum Of Muslim Cultures will host their 8th anniversary celebration, "Islam At A Crossroads In America." Brother El-Amin has been chosen as a special guest for this national event. "This is the greatest honor in my life. This is also the largest state a Muslim moti vational speaker could be on. Muslims from all over the JARVIS EL-AMIN well as Congressman Andre Carson, writer/producer, Kauthar Umar, SEMAH founder, Resma lnamdar, and Akbar Muhammad of the African Literacy > country will be there." < Brother El-Amin is Foundation. c a: LL c z < c (/) w :::::1 .... > a: w > w c w :t: (/) ::::i m :::::1 ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::::1 m I ...J w z i= z w (/) < c i:t 0 ...J LL already enroute to Jackson, Mississippi for the event. Among those attending the event will Muslims from African and other nations, as Jackson State University President, Ronald Mason, is meeting with the group to establish the first Institute of Islamic Thought on his campus. D ,idYou .; .-. .... _, .. Provides-Coverage For !)eiiture Patients, Annual Relining & Surgery In For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 Supplier Development leaders Recognized At Awards Gala The Florida Minority Supplier D e ve lopment Council (FMSDC) recognized the School District of Hillsborough County with its prestigiou s "Corporation of the Year award on June 25th at the 26th anniversary awards ga l a capp ing its a nnu al conference. The awa rd recognizes the exemplary achievements in the q rea of minority business development FMSDC's Corporation of the Year award is regarded as the most significant honor to a major corporation for the utilization of Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American suppliers. In winning the award, SDHC demonstrated exceptional strength in areas critical to maintaining a solid minority supplier development process .. Henry Ballard, Jr., Minority Business Manager for the Office of Supplier HENRY BALLARD Diversity, said the recogniticil was quite an honor. "To us, it was like winning the Super Bowl. Now I know how Tony Dungy felt." Ballard said as he sat at the event, he had never been so nervous in his life. "I was kept in the dark as to the significance of the award and that it was a corporate award. To be recognized from the business sector says a lot for all th e work we've done to make this possible. FMSDC President, Malik Ali, sa id the School District of Hillsborough County h as a comp r ehe n sive minority sup pli e r development proce ss th at truly r eflec t s th e district s commitment to doing business with minori ty business es. Their efforts co n s i s t e ntl y address the full spectrum of supplier development and are worthy of being modeled by others." In 2008, The School District Of Hillsborough County increased its spending with minority businesses to $28 million. They contracted with 66 certified first-tier MBEs in 2008, and large contracts provided more opportunities for minority businesses, as well as educational opportunities to minority businesses. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-ailed at lcrews@fl.sentnel.com. Harram Temple No. 23, Inc. And Harram Court No. 96 Award Scholarships Recently, Harram Temple No. 23, Inc. (Prince Halt. Shriners) -Noble Dwayne Jones, Illustrious Potentate and Harram Court No. 96 Daughters of Isis (PHA) -Daughter (Dt.) Helen Bell -Illustrious Commandress, awarded scholarships during their joint annual scholarship awards ceremony at the Zendah Grotto in Tampa, Florida Noble Anthony E. Jones served as Scholarship Committee Chairman and Master of Ceremonies. Former State Senator Noble Lesley "Les" Miller, Jr. was the guest speaker for this educational event : Harram Temple No. 23, Inc. Prince Hall Shriners awarded five Watts Sanderson, Jr. Memorial Scholarships in the amount of $500.00 each Applicants for this award are selected on the basis of academic record, future potential, pa:rticipatidn in school and community activi ties, statement of career and educational aspirations and goals recommendation, and financial needs. The selected recipients were high school graduates who have been accepted in a full-time course of study at an accredited college, university or vocational/trade school program. Watts Sanderson, Jr. served as Illustrious Potentate of Harram Temple No. 23 for 1994 and 1995 He was an advocate on quality Left to right, Noble Dwayne Jones, Tiara Clark, Lindsay Morehouse, Ms. Tanya Burch (mother of Shannon Burch, Jr.), Amber Baxter. Dt. Helen Bell, Nykida Brown and Matthew Holt. education. Mr. Sanderson became principal at Garland V. Stewart Middle School in 1989 (formerly Blake Junior High School) and guided its transition to a magnet school. Mr. Sanderson had a slogan that all children knew: "Make Watts Sanderson, Jr. passed away in 2003 at the age of 52. The five recipients for the Harram Temple No. 23, Inc. Watts Sanderson, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Award : Matthew Holt Hillsborough High School, Nykida Brown Hillsborou&h High School, Tiara Clark -Middleton High School, Rikka Lovely -Gaither High School, and Shannon Burch, Jr. -Riverview High School. In addition, Harram Court No. 96 Daughters of Isis (PHA), awarded two $500.00 L. Glenn Brown Memorial Scholarships. The L. Glenn Brown Memorial Scholarship was established in February 2005, to honor Dt. L. Glenn Brown. Dt. Brown was a retired educator for the PineUas-'County S i hool She gave C}y .er 30 SePVi-ct# to-'tilk -chil dren of Pinellas Count)r. She served as Illustrious of Harram Court No. 96 for 1981 and 1982; and served as Imperial Deputy of the Oasis for Tampa (DOI) 1985 and 1986 The two recipients for the L. Glenn Brown Memorial Scholarship Award: Amber Baxter -Hillsborough High School and Lindsay Morehouse -Riverview High School. Congratulations to our 2009 Scholarship Award Recipients! Reporter, PP Michael Dozier, M.Ed., Temple Director, Publicity /Promotion.


Birthday Greetings He's 21 CURTIS Happy birthday, you're 21 and legal. Love you, Candice. JERMAINE, RYAN, KE'SHA, JOHN'TA, LIL MAKISHA, MARCELLO And BIGMAKISHA To my wonderful children. I love you soooo ... much. Love, mom and family. "The H1ice of Our Communitv Speaking j(Jr ltse .(f' (813) 248-19 MARCELLO Happy 1st birthday Marcello. I wish you many more to come Love, mother and family. JANIA Happy 3rd birthda y Jania Shantay Adams. Daddy (Julian), Oma, Opa a nd uncl es P-MONEY They say, you find out who your true friends are when things go south. I'm glad I found out sooner than later. That's okay because the more of them the happier I am. It's nice to know I'm still the topic of the day. Born and raised in Miami, affiliated with Tampa. I'm the realist and they can'.t keep me down forever. So, happy 24th birthday to me! Sincerely, M.I.A. Mr.305 Turning 24 MR. 305 And CHINA We'd like to thank all our friends and foes (LOL) for the support. No matter what anyone says, no one can come between us. Happy birthday. Love, China. Sentinel Bulletin Support The orida Sentine Advertisers CHINA Special birthday wishes to my fiance "P," b .k.a., Miami. Bae you see me rocking the Cancer piece and the pinkey ring. I'm stunting like my man! I love you! -f c: m (J) c c... c: !< ..... 1\) 0 0 (0 Only a few weeks until I become your Mrs. God has blessed 'TI us both with everything we have so, it's only right to get right r forHim. Happy birthday, Bae! Forever yours, China. (/) m z Middleton High School Class 01 2009 Graduates :::! z m r:m c: r r m :::! z "tt c: m c: (/) Tamyla Bynum and LaShay Bradley attended the graduation. :I: m c m < m -1 c: m (/) c )> z c 'TI Graduates Soroya Austin :!! and Jaz'Maine Austin C earned their high school diplomas from Middleton High School. Middleton High School graduates Jeremy Woody, Saresa G') Thomas, and Dante Ford were presented their diplomas dur-m ing the graduation ceremony. ....,.


C1l g Local N Men 01 Vision Visits camp Virginia Javcee c en w :::> 1-c a: u.. c z <( c en UJ :::> > a: UJ > UJ c UJ :::z::: en :J m :::> a. z ti ..J ..J :::> m _j UJ z i= z UJ en ;: a: 0 ..J u.. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For the second consecu ti ve year, members of a servi ce o rganization of young men donate d their time providing community service in another state. The group of twelve, which consisted of four teachers and eight students flew to Roanoke, Virginia to spend a week at Camp Virginia Jaycee. Camp Virginia Jaycee is an organization founded by Dr. William Robertson in 1970. The camp was created for those with special needs. Since its inception, more than 40,000 participants have been served. A retired State Department offici a l Dr. Robertson is currently an American History Teacher at Sligh Middle Scho ol and is ac ti ve l y in vo l ved in the Men of Vision service organization. He sponsored the trip agai n the year for the young men. The students who visited the camp were: James Eliassant, a student at Tampa Bay Technical High School and President of the High School Chapter Men of Vision; Middleton High School student, DeAndre Burke; Shyheem Bartel, student at Van Buren Middle School and Vice President of the Men of Vision Middle School Chapter; Anthony Stewart, Heriberto Crum, Michael Chapman, Xxavier Ashby, and Joseph Degree, all stude nts a t Sligh Middle School and members of the Middle School Chapter of Men of Vision. The students were chosen based on essays they wrote. Accompanying the students were: Dr. William Robertson, founder of Camp Virginia Jaycee; Ross Anderson, founder of the "Men of Vision" Brotherhood Service Organization, Resource Teacher at Van Buren Middle School, and Steinbrenner High School; Woodrow Samuel, Language Arts Teacher at Sligh Middle School; and Rory Beauford, Assistant Members of the Camp Virginia Jaycee and members of Men of Vision Service Organization are shown at the facility in Virginia. AMBASSADORS OF CHRIST TEMPLE OF PRAYER will be sponsoring a MEN'S SUMMIT DATE: Friday, July 17, 2009 TIME: 7:30pm LOCATION: 704 E. HumphreyTampa, Fl 33604 Entitled "GOD IS CALLING MEN BACK TO HOLINESS" AS A HUSBAND, AS A FATHER, and AS LEADERS Scripture: 1 Peter 1:14-16 W c ae asking all men to wear black. Women ae invited to nttcnd. Should you have any questions please feel f1: cc to contact 813-965-4652 PASTOR DAVID lAMB PASTOR JOHNNIE DANIELS REV. AARON HACKWORTH PASTOR JAMES JEFFERSON WORSHIP CENTER REVEREND DR. BARBARA D.RICHARDSON, FOUNDER AND PASTOR Principal at Lennard High School. Ross Anderson said, .. During the week, the yo ung men imme rs e d themselves as junior counselors at the camp. They assisted camp cou n se l ors with maintenance of the ca mp, as well as hous ekeeping chores. They also were able to participate in such activities as swimming, horseback riding, paddle boating, basketball dancing, fishing, arts and crafts The Counselors represented cities from throughout the United States and other countries including England, France, Scotland, Uganda, Senegal, Colombia and Brazil. The members of Men of Vision also visited Bluefield State Co llege, in B luefield, Virg inia, to v i ew the Willi a m B. Robe1tson Collectio n Anderson furthe r state d Whil e M e n of Vision m e m bers did God's work while givin g of themselves, they served as powerful ambassadors from Hillsborough County School and Tampa. They will never be the same because they tmly are 'Men of Vision.' He further stated that the young men are selling their signature apple butter/apple jelly to help raise the money. The money will be used t o support the ongoing maintenance of the camp and to sponsor a special n ee ds student from Hillsborough County Schools in Tampa. Anthony is shown with his stepfather, Ronald Wilford. Joseph is shown with his mother, Marsha, and father, .Joseph. The adults who accompanied the students to Virginia were: Samuel Woodrow, Ross Anderson, founder of Men of Vision, William Robertson, founder of Camp Virginia Jaycee, and Rory Beauford.


""'i Local .__.._._ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ,w c 'Grandma' Helps Youngsters Bv Volunteering c... c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Mrs. Mildred Brisker spends her days at an e l e mentary sc hool as a volunt eer. But mos t of the children simply refer t o her as "Grandma." She h as been h e lpin g youn gsters with th eir homework for the past 14 ye a rs a t Lowry Elementary School. During the sc hool day she operates the snack counter where the kids purchase snacks, drink and candy. Mrs. Brisker is a member of the Seniors in Service Foster Grandparent Program. And, at the age of 93, she has no plans of retiring When asked the question, she simply responds, "Whe n I first walked into Lowry and told the principal I wanted to partici pate in the program He didn t know anything about it. H e told m e that the school didn't hav e any mone y to pay me. I told him I was a volunteer." Mrs. Brisker began volunteering 26 years ago. Through th e years, s he has witnessed how the chil dren respond to the volunteers The children need me they need that generation, they need that connection. They need someone to just give them a hug or someone to just hold on to them Mrs. Brisker said the children also enjoy hearing about stories from her ea rli e r life "One of my littl e boys just loves for me to t ell them stories about my childhood." She helps the youngsters enrolled in the after school program with their homework, specializing in Mrs. Mildred Brisker, a Seniors in Service member, volunteers at elementary school. She is shown with one of her "grandchildren" at the school. the areas of spelling, math, writing, and reading. However, if a child is having difficulties, Mrs. Brisker doesn t hesitate to give that child s pecial a ttention. And, a t the end of th e day, she ensures that the children leave the program with the appropriate a dult. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Brisker moved t o Tampa aft e r she r e tir e d t o avo id th e co ld m o r e ...... .$lo th a n 3 0 yea rs ago. Mrs. Brisker s t a t e d that s h e 1\) often sees s tud ents who attended the pro g r a m wh o o h ave grad u ated from hi g h sc hool and a r e a tt ending ::5 college Sh e considers workin g with th e youngst e r s as fun a nd said she plan s to continue "As l ong as th e r e are children." Ms. Nancy McWilliams, spokesperson for Seniors in Service of Tampa, Bay, Inc., sa id Mrs. Brisker is part of the Foster Grandparents Program The program places depend a ble volunteers with at risk and special needs children Currently, Seniors in Service participate in So are'\s throughout Hillsborough County, including shelters at The Springs, Child Abuse Council, H eadstart and the Boys & Girls Clubs. Sen io rs In Service also offers the Senior Companion Program to help elderly residents remain indepen dent. The program provides friendship a nd in-hom e assistance with light housekeeping, laundry, meal prep a ration, emptying trash, and other duties Seniors participating in the program who qu a lify receives up to $425 per month when participating in either of the programs "This stipend does not affect eligibility for food stamps, housing, Medicaid, or any other assistance. The volunteers must be 6o years old or older and serve 15 to 40 hours per week," Ms. McWilliams said. 0 She further stated that Seniors In Service is in need of volunteers for both programs. Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer can contact the organization at (813) 932-5228, or visit the web site at www.seniorsinservice.org. ::tl c > w m z ::! z m r-1 Fundraiser Held For 'Children With A Vision' Organization tD c r rm Members of the community gathered at the Good Luck Caf e for a fundraiser to benefit the non profit organization Children With A Vision." (Photography by BRUNSON). Roshawn Butler and Antoinette attended the fundraiser held at the Good Luck Cafe recently. Among those attending the fundraiser for the "Children With A Vision" organization were Paulette Richardson and Diana Harris. Among those attending the recent fundraiser for "Children With A Vision" included Connie Melton, Candy Lowe, Bennie Small, and Yvonne E. Taylor. Rita Bailey and Jannette Stewart attended the fundraiser for "Children with A Vision" held at the Good Luck Cafe. John M. B. Church Bartow, FL A Spirit-Filled Leader For Pastoralship. Send Resumes To: John M. B. Church ? -Bartow, FL 33831 -July 19th ::! z "tl c: tD r. u; :::t m c m < m ::tl -< -i c: m CJ) c > z c ., ::tl c


(j) 8 Local N '<:!" T"" :::::1 Jackson FamiiV Celebrates Holidav M embers of the Jackson Family celebrated the 4th of July holiday at MacFarlane Park. W (Photographs by Dr. Micheal Floyd, Jr.). :::::1 .... c a: LL c z <( c en w :::::1 .... fi: w > w Q w ::z::: en ::::i m :::::1 a. z ...J ...J :::) m .!I w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL The Jackson Family gathered at MacFarlane Park to celebrate the 4th of July holiday. Among those attending the Jackson Family gathering were: Chery! Howard, Rasheedah Mount, and Auntie Mabel Hickman. Linda Jackson enjoyed the 4th of July holiday at MacFarlane Park with members of her family. GRACE MARY M. B. CHURCH Elder Dr. Thomas J. Reed, Pastor 3901 N. 37th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 (813-248-3779) Presents ClllLDREN & YOUTH July 15-19,2009 Are you still DRESSED? Ephesians 6:13-18 WEDNESDAY, .July 15th at 7:00P.M. Pastor R. Lockett, Jr. of Bethany Christian Discipleship Church, Tampa featuring Garments ofPraise Praise Team THURSDAY, J!Jly 16th at 7:00P.M. Powerhouse Preaclililg :, Elder Cedric WIIHams ofMt Moriah P. B. Church, Tampa Rev. W. Fletcher ofMt Zion MB Church, Sarasota Rev. Kenneth MDler, Kingdom Life Word Ministries, New Port Richey FRIDAY, July 17th at 9:00p.m. -NIGHT OF PRAYZE-. Invited guests include: Menton for Christ, AD in the Family Mbne, Jennifer Everett, James Mitchell, Tramane BurreD, New Generation Choir, Genu of StJohn Cathedral, Recording Artist Nicky Z, Gospel Comedian Stefl'on Vann, Ebou Howard and the Ministrels of Praise, Soloist Danny MltcheD, Miller Singen, Miniature Praise Daneen & more anointed groups .. Come old IDIII mjoy the presou:L of the LurtliDIII fdlowslrip witlr oru Children & Yordlr liS we Ceklmde the Crng of Kings! SUNDAY, JULY 19, 2009 "Are You Still Dressed" 10:50 am Worship Service with GMBC Praise Team, -Worship in the Word with Elder Tony Parker, St John Cathedral CONCERT! AT S: 00 P.M. CONCERT! Mistress of Ceremony: Pastor Laura Hargrove of Speak Life Featuring TJ Reed Angel Choir and the TJ Reed Slngen For mOre infonnation please call: 813-732-9949 Or Email : Gracemaryyouth@yahoo com Sponsors : GQ Sound Ministry, Bay BounceJamily Support & Friends BBQ Grace Mary Girl Scouts, GMBC Brother's ll..eepers GOJaen Corral Mr. Empanada. Popeyes, Sl Joseph's Children s Hospital, Harold and Karen Reeves, Essie Sims, Red Bull Carin Jackson, Barbara Mann and Dimond Gilbert enjoyed the 4th of July with their family at the park. Making the weekend unforgettable were Jesse ''The Cook" Jackson, Maxine "The Coordinator" Jackson, and King Ja1_11es. Willie L. Jackson, Matty Pwight, Eva Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hayes enjoyed themselves over the holiday weekend in the park. Charlie Wright, Rick Jackson, Joe Mitchel, Willie Demp, Boe Jackson, Rawn Jackson, Freddie Boe Lee, Joe Redding, and Jessie Jackson attended the Jackson Family gathering at MacFarlane Park.


Local -1 c: m en 0 Gamma Theta Omega Chapter Of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitv, Inc. Welcomes 12 New Members c... c: -4 1'\) 0 0 <0 The ladies of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. welcomed 72 new members into the ranks of the 101-year-old organization. Membership in Alpha Kappa Alpha is by invitation only. It has been more than 5 years since new members have been inducted Gamma Theta Omega Chapter, under the leadership of Mrs. Evelyn E. McFadden, President and Mrs. Jewel Warren, Membership Chairman, welcomed the new members on Sunday, June 28, 2oo9. There were 400 people in attendance at the formal luncheon honoring the new members, including .chapter members, family and friends, out of town guests and community support ers. The luncheon was held at the Hilton Tampa Airport Westshore, Tampa. Prior to the r.ew inductees, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter boasts a 189+ membership of women that are very active in the Tampa Bay Community with premier programs promoting health, education, the black family and economic empower ment. The chapter sponsors the Annual Miss Teenage Tampa Scholarship Pageant, which provided a total of $2o,ooo in college scholarships to youth from the Tampa Bay area this year. In addition to the annual pageant and other community events, the chapter is partnering in the national and local effort with the National Pam Hellenic Council of participating Black Sororities and Fraternities to educate underserved communities on the upcoming 2010 Census. If inter ested in finding out more, visit the website at www. akagto.com. Mrs. McFadden and Mrs. Warren express their sincere gratitude to the members of the chapter for their cooperation and enthusiasm as they welcomed the newest mem bers into the nation's oldest histori cally black sorority Gamma Theta Omega congratu lates and welcomes: Mrs. Rosemary AbramsWilliams, Ms. LaCheryl Aikens-Guzman, Dr. Ladina Allen, Ms. Latonya Anderson, Dr. Lauren Barnes, Dr. Akilah Bell, Ms. Joan Bell, Dr. Ngozi-ka Benyard, Mrs. Tanisha Blake, Mrs. Sandra Br'ookins, Mrs. Rita Bryant-Gainer, Ms. Melissa Campbell, Ms. Ariel Carter, Mrs. Latoya Carter, Ms. Shayla Cason, Mrs. Jean Collins, Ms. Cynthia Crosby, Mrs. Electa Davis, Mrs. Vanessa Dennis, Ms. Alice Everett, Ms. Martine Fils-Aime, Mrs. Shonda Flores. Ms. Ebony Harris, Ms. Renae Harris, Ms. Kimberly Hemmingway, Ms. Tauvia Ivery, Ms. Debra Johnson, Ms. MarQuisia Johnson, Ms. Mialana Johnson, Ms. Tarji Kinsey, Mrs. Lisa Knight, Mrs. Sabrina Larsen, Mrs. Belinda S. Lawson, Ms. Shannon Legrand. Ms. Tre'Esa Lewis, Ms. Janet Lewter-Gordon, Mrs. Sholanda Lock-Sykes, Ms. Lavaie Taunshae Mack, Ms. Pollynesia McMillan, Ms. Deatra Mitchell, Ms. Elizabeth Mitchell, Mrs. LaDessa Mitchell, Ms. Mitchell, Ms. Patrice Mitchell, Mrs. Dionne Moragne, Ms. Rochelle Morris, Mrs. Monica Narain, Mrs. Joli Cooper Nelson, Dr. Orathai Northern, Ms. Kandance Nunn, Ms. Yolanda Pittman, Mrs. Lisa Pointer-Holmes, Mrs. Kisha Porter, Ms. Sonya Pridgen, Ms. Erin Robinson, Ms. Rosalyn Roker. Ms. Vanity Roker, Ms. Diana Rouse, Ms. Donyell Russ, Ms. Abeba Salter-Woods, Ms. Latoya Alexa Simmonds, Mrs. 0 Miriam Smith, Ms. Ronja Smith, :2 Mrs. Tierra Smith, Ms. Joanna Sylla, Mrs. Sandra Vinson, Mrs. en Andrea Walker, Ms. Courtney Briana Williams, Ms. Serena ::::! williams, Ms. Lashonda Wilson, Z Mrs. Bonita Wright, and Dr. Kera Young. m c: r r m Small Contractors Complete Countv Training. ::::! z "'tJ c: D'l r The seventh group of area small business owners recently completed the eight (8) week Hillsborough County Small Contractor Development Program (HCSCDP). Twice a year, the Hillsborough County Economic Development Department, Minority /Small Business Enterprise Program Office, solicits small businesses to partici pate in the training program. The training program consists of workshops qesigned to develop the participant c.ompany's construction and business management skills a nd to increase their ability to be bonded on Hillsborough County projects The workshops, held on consecu tive Saturdays, are facilitated by th e Ariel Business Group Inc., a Tampa based consulting firm which special izes in Small and Minority Business program development and consulting services. Additional benefits the receive are facilitation o f fihancing and preparation for the performance bonding process To date, there have been 74 companies that have partici pated in the program As a result of their participation and training, several of these firms were able to bid for and win Hillsborough County SBE Set Aside projects, as well as, apply for surety bonding. Many of the participants of the program believe the program has been a success, according to Melinda Rodgers, Specialist Fence/Concrete, LLC. "This program not only educated small business owners' on County Spring session 2009 left to riglih front-row: Phillip Muratte (Muratte Construction), Kenneth.Matos (First Defense Fii'e Protection, In.c.), Arlene Maldonado Construction, Corp.), Chris Lee (Rockwell Contracting, LLC) ; -Silvia ilona (ilona Plumbmg, Inc). Shown on the back row are: Dale Meryman (Meryrilan Environmental, Inc.), Hollis Davis (Davis Group), Melinda Rodgers (Specialist Fence/Concrete), Salmeron (Metro Matters), Frank {FTE Properties, LLC) Albert Vega (Xtreme Painting Services, Special guests Pete Denson, (Denson Construction), Shelia Hudson (Hillsborough County) and Thomas Huggins (Ariel Business Group, Inc.). opportunities and resources, it also provided several tools for future growth and networking capabilities with small and large businesses. Contracting, LLC said, "This program was beneficial to me and my firm, and I know that it could benefit others and their firms." Completion of the prQgram will fulfill the eight (8) hours of business edqcation training required for re certifying and/or re-registering as am MBE or SBE respectively with Hillsborough County. The future of the program, howev-c;; :z: m c m < m :::rJ -< -f c: m C/) c )> z c "T1 :x:J c Albert Vega, of Xtreme Painting Services said, "Thank you for the opportunity for us to learn and get a better understanding on what it takes to become a better business in these hard economic times. Chris Lee, of Rockwell At the conclusion of each session participants receive certificates of completion. Also the HCSCDP was created under the specific authority of the Florida Legislature (339.0805 F.S.) and the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners. er, is in doubt because funding for the program was not included in the 5 County Administrator s Budget to the m Board of County Commissioners.


0'1 0 0 N .... > ...J ::I ..., Cl (J) UJ ::I 1-c a: LL lo cal Two Killed In Earlv Morning Crash Quia Richardson and Antwon Wint were both killed in an early morning traffic accident on Busch Blvd., early Monday morning. They both had to be cut from the wreckage. (Photo courtesy of Bay News 9). Accordin g t o T e mpl e T e rrace Police, two p eo ple w e r e killed after th e vehicle th e y were trav e lin g in struck a utilit y pole Th e accid ent too k p l ace around 2:30 a.m., Monday. Th e acc id e nt caused a portion of Busch Blvd. betwe e n N. soth Stre e t a nd N. 56th Street to be clos e d for sev e ral hours. According to police, the victims were ide ntifi e d as Antwon R. Wint, 27, of Tampa, and Ms. Aquia Deborah Richardson. Ms. Richardson, who cele brated her 20th birthday on July gth, was a resid ent of Welling ton Florida. Michael Dunn, s poke s man for th e T e mpl e T e rra ce Poli ce D epartme nt s aid in formation i s sketchy at thi s tim e and th e in vestigation i s continuing. The cause of th e accide nt had n o t be e n d e t e rmin e d as of press time. Polic e d e t e rmin e d that Ms. Richardson was th e ow n e r of the g ray Dodge C h a rger. She was driving at th e time of the accid e nt. Ms. Richardson apparently lost control and the car crashed into the pole. It a lso flipp e d sev eral times, police sa id Both oc cupants died at the scene. Budget Hearing Location Changed 0 The Hillsborough County Budget Hearing scheduled for 6 p.m. on July 16 has been relocated to All People's Life Center, 6105 East Sligh Avenue in Tampa This meeting loZ cation is changed from the 2nd Floor Board Room, with overflow on the 26th Floor Meeting Rooms A and B. <( If residents can't make it to this site, they will still be able to watch the meeting live on Hillsborough Television (HTV) on Brightr-Iouse channel 622 or Verizon and Comcast Channel 22, or on the County's Web site at:www.hillsboroughcounty.org/budgetmatters through live streaming video. Residents will also still be able to submit questions or comments to a special email address:hcbudget@hillsboroughcounty.org; by using an online budget email form on W the County's Web site; or by phone: (813) 307-8337 All comments and questions will still be relayed to the County Commissioners during the hearing, with some read out loud during the meeting as time allows. > The County's budget is to be adopted on September 17. a: UJ > w c UJ J: (J) Tampa Native Anends BET Awards Show :::i m ;:::) a. z ;::::: w ..J ...J ;:::) m I ..J UJ z ;::::: z w (J) <( c a: 0 ..J LL N T"" w (!) The sudden death oflegendary music star Michael Jackson, so, resulted in quick changes at the 2009 BET Awards Show. It was held in Los Angeles, where the pop star was living at the time of his death on April 25th. BET officials raced to change the format of the program to honor Jackson, who is known throughout the world as the "King of Pop." Jamie Foxx hosted the shown and several stars paid tribute to Jackson by singing his songs Among those in atten dance at the awards show was Tampa native Danny Green. The 0' Jays were the Lifetime Achievement Award winners at the BET Award show. Green said he really enjoyed the show. However, when Joe Jackson, father of the late star, and Ms. Janet Jackson, sister of the star, appeared, the audi ence became quiet out of respect for the late star and his family. Ms. Jackson also paid tribute to her brother. Jamie Foxx hosted the 2009 BET Awards Show. RAYJ MC Lyte was the Co-MC of the show. Beyonce performed and was the winner of the Best Female Recording Artist. T-PAIN Ne-Yo turned the show out with his tribute to Michael Jackson. SOULJA BOY TELL 'EM Dawn now a artist, formerly ofDanity Kane, poses with Diddy.


Entertainment Latova Jackson savs Michael was Murdered LONDON ---Two Briti s h Sunday newspap e rs s aid LaToya Jackson b elieve s h e r b ro th e r Michael Jackson was murd e r e d b y a g roup o f con s pirator s trying to g e t hold of his fortune LaToya Jackson sa id s h e knows who is responsible for her broth e r's death and is d e termined to see them brought to justice. According to the published interviews, she did not name any of the people she believes were involved and did not offer any evidence to support her claim that foul play was in volved in the singer's sudden death on June 25. "I feel it was all about money," she was quoted a s saying. "Michael was worth well over a billion in music publishing assets and some body killed him for that. He was worth more dead than alive She reportedly said the con spirators used powerful pre scription drugs to keep Michael Jackson, submis sive and um:ler: control also kept him away from his family. She also claimed the newspapers reported, that roughly $2 million (1.23 million pounds) worth of cash and jewelry was taken from Michael Jackson's rented mansion and has not been ac counted for LaToya Jackson a lso was quoted as saying her brother did not want to perform the so London shows he had agreed to, but was pressured into agreement. The shows, to mark Michael Jackson's return to c oncert performing, had been sched uled to begin Monday at Lon don's 02 Arena. Michael JaCkson Not Resting Among The Stars ... Yet LOS ANGELES -As befit ting the King of Pop Michael may forever be part of Hollywood's con stellation ... eventually Led by a police esc'ort, the family arrived at Forest Lawn Memorial Park at approximately 8:15a m for an hour-long service, wqile nearly a dozen helic opters hovered overheard and hundreds of press gathered out;::, side the g at es. But the morning ceremony did not include a burial In stead, after the private funeral inside the cemetery's Hall of Liberty ended shortly after 9 a.m Jackson's coffin was loaded into a hearse to be FOREST LAWN transported 11 miles away to Los Arigeles' Staples Center for the public memoriaL It is not yet known whether his body will be interred at Forest Lawn. Official s say there is no immediate plan. Subscribe 'The l-hice of Om CommuniTy Speaking .frJr Itself'' CaD: (813) 248-1921 MJ Memorial Draws31.1M u.s. Views With 18 U S TV n e tworks and cable outlets broadc a sting the nearl y three-hour Michael Jackson memorial service on Tuesday just over 31.1 million people tuned in. Nielsen Media Research re ported that despite the global at tention p a id to the death of the pop icon and the breathless an ticipation of his final sen doff the U.S. numbers for the event were lower than the figures in this country for the 2004 funeral of expresident Ronald Reagan (35.1 million) the 1997 funeral of England's Princess Diana (33 3 million) the inauguration of President Barack Obama in January (37.8 million) and the president's first White House news conference in February (49-5 million). Akamai, an Internet company that handles 20 percent of the world's web traffic reported that it handled nearly 2.8 million audio and video streams during theJackson memorial, making it the mo s t widely viewed Inter net event since Obama's inau guration Jav-ZTOPS Forbes' Cash King list The econ om y has been rough on ever ybody, but a s Forbes' HipHop Cash Kings list pro ves, it still pays to be a huge main-JAY-:Z stream rapper with multiple business ventures. Even though he took a 57 per cent pay cut compared to last year, Jay-Z still,,J nanaged to come in at #i as the richest rap per of the y e a r By Forbes' esti mate (based on earnings betwe e n June 2008 and June 2009) Jigga pulled in $35 mil lion in the past year, owing mostly to his international tour and his ownership stakes in the NBA's New Jersey Nets and New York's sports/strip club 40/40. Why did Hova take such a huge pay cut? B e cause last year s figure was boosted heavily by the $150 million deal the rapper signed with Live Nation, which provided him with an immediate cash windfall. c m C/) c lil wavne's c Babv Mama Drama i "Toya" Carter, best known as Lil' Wayne's first baby mother, and his ex-wife re leased a statement through her publicist to address the contro versy over the Drake, Wayne and daughter, Reginae's BET award show performance. "1, Antonia Toya" Carter, have been disturbed, but silent about the recent per formance that took place at the BET awards, which including my only child, Reginae Carter and her friends joining her father Lil Wayne on stage while he performed his new single "Every Girl". I will be the firstto admit that the father and daughter rela tionship should not have been reunited on stage for any par ticular reason while this song was being performed. Wayne is a very loving, car ing, and devoted father and I truly feel that the act was unin tentional due to the fact that he was trying to make his little girl happy by letting her be on stage with her father. BABY MAMA #2 -The mother of Lil Wayne's newborn son, Dwayne Carter III. is a 22 year old University of Cincinnati student named Sara. The two met about three years ago and she's been going with him off and on to tour dates ever since She is sup posed to have of Mrs. Carter on her chest and Weezy on her bl}.ck. The little boy was born in Cincinnati, 1\) O H a t C hri s t H os pit al. in Mt g A uburn a nd i s a privat e h os pi-c.o t a l in th e middl e o f th e h ood. Lil Wayne's Baby's Mamma's Show Off Their Baby Bumbs 'TI r 0 :::c c )> C/) m z BABY MAMA #3 -This was :::! Lauren London at Diddy's i!ij White party. She is expecting a r;-. r r !!l z ., c: llJ r en :I: m c m < m :::c < -4 c: m C/) c )> BABY MAMA #4 -Lil Z Wayne announced at the BET C Hip Hop Awards that he is ex-jl pecting a son He didn't say c who the mother w a s but we re guessing its Nivea since the two have gotten back together and rumor has it that she's pregnant Nivea and Wayne seem to have something that another marriage, public rela tionships and other kids can't break


Sports :[ ..... Thousands Anend McNair Funeral HATTIESBURG, Miss. -Titans quarterback Vince Young didn't expect to speak Saturday during his mentor's funeral. He wound up sum-ming up the emotional day o with just a few words. a: "Steve was like a hero to U. me, and heroes are not sup-0 posed to die,"Young said before stopping to rub his eyes as he talked about the a man he knew from football (J) camps as a teenager and called "Pops" -Steve 1-McNair, his predecessor ft with the Titans. w Nearly 5,000 turned out to > say goodbye to the 36-yearold during one of the biggest w funerals in the recent history :::t: of Mississippi, McNair's (J) home state. Fans and old friends filed :::J into the Reed Green Coliseum a. on the campus of the Z University of Southern ti Mississippi, and McNair's ::f family rented buses to haul in ;:, people from his hometown of Mount Olive. Not far away sat uj men who competed against z McNair or coached him on i= the field. ffi The high school football (J) team McNair's son plays on O

Sports Pres. Obama To Join Fox Broadcast Booth For All-Star Game President Barack Obama will join Joe Buck and Tim McCarver in the Fox booth during the All-Star G ame. The President will join Fox Sport s announ ce r s Joe Buck and Tim McCarver during Tue sday's (t o night) All-Star Game. Pres. Obama is expected to be in the booth sometime between the third and fifth inning. Pres. Obaina is scheduled to throw out the first pitch Tuesday in St. Louis a t Bus c h Stadium. He will b e joine d by former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter in a seve n. minute video address to be aired during the pre ga m e ceremony. Th e video w ill h o n or 30 Amer i ca n s whom MLB and People m agazi n e h ave recognized for service t o th e ir communiti es. Major Leagu e Baseball says the video will m a rk the first time a ll of the li v in g U s. preside nt s will parti cipate in a ceremon y at a s p o rtin g eve nt Following th e video, Pres. Obama w ill throw out the ceremonial first pitch Th e last sitting president to throw out a first pitch at the All-Star Game wa s Gerald Ford, in 1976 Heat's Wade Gets Extension oner DWAYNE WADE MIAMI --When Dwyane Wade checked his cell phone shouly af!e r midnigh,t Sunday, he got perhaps the most predictable text mes sage of his life. After all, it hardly classifies as stunning news that the Miami Heat want to keep him. Wade said Heat president Pat Riley texted those sen timents very early Sunday, in what amounts to a largely ceremonial move. The Heat had to wait until 12:01 a.m. on July 12 before they could formally offer an extension to the reigning NBA scoring champion, and Wade said Riley didn't wait too long before pressing the send button. Wade didn't reveal specifics of what the text message said, other than confirming the obvious, that Riley was reaffirming Miami's hope that the 2006 NBA finals MVP sticks around for many years to come "Something like that," Wade said, moments before he and Alonzo Mourning capped the five-day Zo's Summer Groove fundraising series with a charity game featuring other NBA standouts like Caron Butler, Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony and Wade's Miami teammates Udonis Haslem, Michael Beasley, Daequan Cook, Ma.rio Chalmers and Dorell Wright. Wade's agent, Henry Thomas, and Riley both confirmed that the Heat formally extended an offer. Both declined further com ment Wade, who can become a free agent after this coming season, essentially has two options: Accept an extension that would keep him under contract in Miami through the summer of 2014, or opt out of his deal next year and seek a contract through 2015-16, one th a t would likely b e worth up to $45 million more. Bass Agrees To Deal With Magic BRANDON BASS D ALLAS --Brandon Bass is goin g fr om backing up Dirk N owitzki to lik e l y starting next to Dwight Howard. Bass agreed t o l eave Dallas an d sign wit h t h e Or lando Magic the Eastern Conference c hampions anno un ced Fri day T h e Magic did not disclose terms of the d ea l. It was reported the sig ning, sa id it was a fouryear contract for around $ 18 million, with a n escape cl ause after three years. The Mavericks were hoping to re-sign Bass, but ran out of money and playing time with the acquisition of Shawn Marion. Blazers Sign Millsap To onerSheet .: PAUL MILLSAP PORTLAND, Ore.--The Portland Trail Blazers signed restricted free agent forward Paul Millsap to an offer sheet Friday. The Utah Jazz have seven days to match the offer The terms were not disclosed by the Blazers because of team policy. Millsap averaged 13.5 points for the Jazz last sea son, getting double-doubles in 19 straight games while starting for Carlos Boozer, and has career averages of 9 points and 6-4 rebounds since the Jazz selected him with the No. 47 pick in the 2006 draft. The Trail Blazers were $7 7 million under the salary cap after the league set it at $57-7 million for next season. The cap is determined b y a percentage of league revenue from the previous season. Portl a nd 's offer to Millsap was for four years a nd up to $36 milli on. BEAUTY UNLIMITED ASHIA The. young lady chosen as the Sentinel's "Beauty Unlimited" is none other that Ms. Ashia. Ashia is not shy about being in the forefront and loves to model. She believes in surroun .ding her self with positive people and refuses to let her dreams die. The young lady, who hopes to pur sue modeling professionally, enjoys living life to its fullest, spending time with her family and friends, shopping, and just hanging out with her boyfriend. Congratulations, Ashia, for being chosen as the "Beauty Unlimited." -t c m C/) c c... c .... 1\) 0 0 <0 ., r 0 :::D C/) m z -1 z m r;m c:: r r m ::::! z c m r u; :I: m c m < m -1 c m C/) c )> z c ., :!:! c C) m .... CJ'I


a> 0 0 N ,.. c a: LL c z < c (J) w ::J .... > a: w > w c w J: (J) ::::i aJ ::J a. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m I ...J w z t= z w (J) < c a: 0 ..J LL CD ,.. MR. ARTHUR MILLER Homegoing services for Arthur Miller of 1911 East Chelsea Street, who passed away on Wednesday, July 8, 2009, will be held on Wednesday, July 15, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Spring Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., Rev. Eugene Garnett, pastor, and Rev. Cleveland Lane, Pastor of First Baptist Church of Highland Pines, officiating. Arthur was a resident of Tampa for over so years. His employment included Shriner's Hospital for Children, International Longshoremen Association #1402, Landmark Janitorial Services, and Premier Beverage Company. He was a faithful and long-time member of First Baptist Church of Highland Pines and served as chairman of the Trustee Board for a number of years. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted wife, Norene Copeland Miller; mother, Estelle Miller of Gretna, Florida; four sons, Jerome Miller (Joanne), and Ricky Miller of Tampa, and James Miller and Fabian Miller of Quincy, Florida; three daughters, Marilyn Miller (Richard) and Helen Walker (Devon) of Tampa, and Angela Miller of Quincy; four stepdaughters, Benisha Copeland Jackson, Kina Copeland (O'Neal), Kisha Copeland (Eugene), and Chantel Copeland of Tampa; three brothers, Walter Lee Miller and Douglas Miller (Dulcey) of Tampa, and Larry Miller (Bridget) of Easton, Pennsylvania; seven sisters, Gladys Russ of Hardaway, Florida, Lula Mae Hobbs, Jewel Williams (Joshua), Ida Hughes (James), and Patricia Ann Williams, all of Gretna, Florida, and Gloria Ann Crews and Mattie Mae King (Nathaniel) of Quincy, Florida; uncles, Earl Miller (Donna), Robert Miller (Shirley) and Otis Miller; aunts, Carolyn Golder (Theron) of Harrisburg, PA, Sandra Miller, Tommie Lee Miller and Evelyn Miller (Randall), all of Tampa; brother-in-law, Moses Russ, Sr. (Luethel); sisters-in-law, Willie Ruth Russ Miller of Tampa,.and An,tonia Barber; aunt, Queen Miller of Tampa; cousin, James' Miller (Lenil);-'of Tallahassee; goddaughter { Cynthia Graham Robinson; best friend, Tommy Walker (Dot) of Quincy; family friends, Doris Ross Reddick and family and Betty P. Wiggins and family; seventeen grandchildren and three great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, his church family and Premier Beverage family. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Tuesday (today) from 4-7 p.m. The family will receive friends from s-6:30p.m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. on Wednesday for the funeral services. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS. VALERIE DAVIS A celebration of life service for Valerie Lorraine "Ninnie" Davis, will be held July 15, 2009, at 2 p. m. at the Mount Calvary SDA Church, Elde1 Walter Niles, officiating. Interment will.be at Orange Hill Cemetery, Tampa. Ms. Valerie Lorraine Davis was born August 29, 1969, in Tampa, to Mrs. Dolores Brantley Davis and the late, Mr. Hollis Davis, Sr. Valerie passed away Thursday evening, July 2, 2009. She was the youngest daughter of eight children. Ms. Davis was preceded in death by: her loving father, Mr. Hollis Davis, Sr.; grandparents, Mr. George (Margarite) Brantley, and Mr. Eddie (Rosa Lee) Davis. Ms. Davis leaves to cherish her memories: a loving and devoted daughter, Jamira Lorraine Hankerson, affectionately called "Pooh"; mother, Mrs. Dolores Brantley Davis; sister, Ms. Daphyne D. Davis; brother, Mr. Hollis Davis, Jr. and family, Hollis III and Shaina, brother, Mr. Michael M. Davis and family, Michael, Jr. and Vernon, brother, Mr. Ronald D. Davis and family, Ronald, Jr., Derryck, Rosanna, Shaquita and Franteria; sister, Ms. Diane D. Davis and family, Andre, RaShan and LaBron; brother, Mr. Eddie A. Davis and family, Rashida, Ebony, Eddie, Jr. and Erik; brother, Mr. Rickie R. Davis and family, Dyani, Ladeja and Rickie, .Jr.; and a host of sorrowing uncles, aunts, cousins and friends; special friends include, Mrs Sonja Murphy, Ms. Carolyn T. Franklin and family, Ms. Frankye Shonda Bainer and family, Mr. Henry Wingard and Shield of Faith Church family, Ms. Estraleita Anderson and family, Mrs. Cathy Cline, Mrs. Mary Hartley, friends and co-workers of the Largo Medical Center, St. Pete General Hospital and Tampa General Hospital, the staff at the All Peoples Life Center, Mr. Joe Coney and staff of Coney Funeral Home, friends at the Without Walls Church and Mount Calvary SDA Church. Ms. Davis will lie in state at the Mount Calvary SDA Church on July 14, 2009. The family will.receive friends from 5-7 p. m. CONEY FUNERAL HOME will be in of the service. Fax (813) 231-0521 Let our family take c:axe of your family. we are the key to a fine and quality service'' Harmon Funeral Horne J ohn W Harmon, LF.D. .James Harmon. L. F. D 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 GONE TOO SOON ICE COLD 3000 Sunrise: 11-21-79 Sunset: 7-13-08 Sadly missed by the Jones, Mosely, Vann and Wallace families. ANNIVERSARY MEMORIAM FOR MRS .. ANNIE YOUNGBLOOD "Love is the master key that opens the gates of happiness." Oliver Wendell Holmes Rubin and Annie Youngblood were married on June 30, 1940. They would have celebrated their 69th wedding anniversary this year. Gone, but not forgotten, rest in peace. From your loving husband, Rubin Youngblood. CARD OF THANKS MRS. FRANKIKM. HUNTER-RAY The family of Mrs. Frankie M. Hunter-Ray would like to extend our most sincere gratitude to all friends and families who reached out to us in our time of bereavement. In particular, we thank the Allen Temple AME family, the Beckham family, Judge Perry A. Little, and Annie Mae Blake, for all of their help and support. The Family. ha s pro v ided the highest s tandard in fun e ral services for over 70 years Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N Howard Avenue Tampa, Fl 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax : (813 } 2 51 Email : raywms @ ij.n e t National Obama Orders Review Of Alleged Slavings Of Tali ban In Bush Era President Obama has ordere d n ational security off i cia l s to lo ok into a llega tions that th e Bush administration resisted efforts to inv es tigate a CIA-backed Afghan warlord over the killings of hundreds ofTaliban prisoners in 2001. The inquiry stems from the deaths of at least 1,000 raliban prisoners who had surrendered to the U.S.backed Northern Alliance in li!te 2001. The fighters were in the cus-tody of troops l e d b y Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum, a prominent Afghan warlord who h a s served as c hief of staff of the country s postTaliban arm y Dostum, a former commu ni s t union boss and militia le ader who fought against the U S .-backed mujahedeen in the 1980s, is known for switching sides as Afghanistan's political conflict has evo lved When th e United States invaded Afghanistan after the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington, Dostum sided with the Americans and received military and CIA support to battle the Taliban. Swim Club onered Olive Branch After Racism Allegations ANGRY PROTESTERS A suburban Philadelphia swim club has invited children from a largely minority day-care center to come back after a June reversal that fueled allegations of racism against the club, a spokeswoman said Sunday. The development came dur ing a hastily called Sunday afternoon meeting of the Valley Club in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania. Club members voted overwhelmingly to try to work things out with the day-care center, which accused some swim dub members of making racist comments to black and Hispanic children contracted to use the pool, said Bernice Duesler, the club director's wife. Duesler said the club canceled its contract with the Creative Steps day-care because of safety, crowding and noise concerns, not AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Roderick Bucklon, Tampa. Mr. Arthur Miller, Tampa. Mrs. Bessie Rogers, Tampa. Mrs. Flora Brown, Tampa. Mrs. Geraldine Pierce, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www. wilson-funeralhome .com SWIM CLUB MEMBERS racism. She said the club has been subpoenaed by the state Human Rights Commission, which has begun a fact-finding investigation, "and the legal advice was to try to get together with these camps, Duesler added. Alethea Wright, Creative Steps' director, said, "T h ey should have done that before." Swimming privileges for about 65 children from Creative Steps were revoked after their first visit June 29. Some children said white members of the club made racist comments to the chil dren, asking why "black children were there" and raising concerns that "they might steal from us." Days later, the day-care center's $1,950 check was returned, Wright said. Rev. George Leroy Kennedy, Jr., Associate Pastor, Glorious COGIC. Miss Brittany La'trece Mills, Tampa. RAYWIWAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Roy Hamilton, Tampa. Mr. Kenneth Randolph, Orange, NJ. Mr. Jason Young, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Mamie J. Brown, Tampa. Ms. Mattie Robinson, Tampa.


Crime Father Of Murder Victim Gets Probation VIDAL MILI.S ... Gets probation Vidal Mills, 36, a standout athlete at Jefferson High School and later with the Tampa Bay Storm and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, pled no contest last Monday to misdemeanor battery in the beating of a man he thought killed his son Mills received 9 months probation after he chose not to go to trial to spare his step-daughter from testifying. The probation terms also include 25 hours of community service. Mills' son, Cedric "CJ" Mills, 17, was fatally shot April 25, 2007 outside his Carver City home After the shooting, Vidal Mills began investigating rumors about the two men who were involved in his son's shooting, staking out apartment complexes looking for drug dealers and others he thought might have been involved. Mills said he heard talk about a particular young man bragging about shoot ing his son, and on October 15, 2008, his stepdaughter, while working at a McDonald's restaurant, said she recognized the young man. She called her mother, but Vidal Mills and his brother, Rodney Mills, arrived at the restaurant. Police said Mills was seen on video striking the young man in the face, then wrapping his arm around the young man's neck. He was then seen dragging the young man toward a door. He eventually let the young man go when he heard police were on their way. Man Charged With Beating Dog With Pipe CWPINEL PASCAL Police arrested,,a 31-year.:'old man Friday on charges of animal cruelty. Police said Clopinel Pascal, hit a pit bull with a pipe and cut of the dog's ear with a machete. A witness told police and Hillsborough County Animal Services the man called the dog as it walked past his yard into the yard and closed the gate. He then picked up a pipe and started beating the dog and laughing before he got the machete and sliced off the dog's ear, an arrest report said. was arrested on a charge of animal cruelty with his bail set at $2,000. Five People Wounded In Plant Citv Shooting PLANT CI1Y Plant City Police are investigating a shooting Sunday night that left five people wounded. Police were called to 1202 East Ohio Street just after mid night and found five people suffering from gunshot wounds All five victims have been hospitalized, and police have not released their names or the severity of their injuries No suspP.cts have been arrested, and the incident is being investigated. Woman Charged With Slicing Man With Box cuner MELISSA PHILLIPS Tampa Police arrested a 28-year-old woman Thursday night for allegedly cutting a man with a box cutter during an argument. Melissa Phillips report edly pulled out a box cutter and sliced up a man she was arguing with. She cut a 10inch slice in the man's back and a 3-inch cut on his leg. Police said she also threatened to scalp the man. Phillips has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and is being held without bond. Man Takes cash Register In Store Robberv PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriff' s deputies are looking for a man who reportedly robbed the Surfside Food and Deli Convenience Store, 6640 54th Avenue, North Sunday evening. Deputies said the suspect threatened the clerk, although no weapon was seen, then took the cash re gister, threw it through the front door, then smashed it on the parking lot pavement to open it. The man fled on foot, and deputies said they believe he lives near the store. Funeral Home Director Remains In Jail HAINES CI1Y Circuit Judge Angela Cowden has denied a request by Claude CLAUDE E d w a r d HOLMES Holmes for bond on a charge he violated probation Holmes, a funeral home director, was charged with dumping human remains last month. Before his arrest on that charge the 47-year-old man was on probation for misdemeanor resisting an officer without violence. Holmes has admitted burying remains at a cemetery 10 to 15 times since 2000. Courthouse Capers MICHAEL SHANEKA BANKSTON, 40 ARNOLD, 25 Trespass Burglary With Assault THEORDRICK CORY HOLMES, 31 MOORE, 29 Possession Of Possession Of Cannabis With Cannabis, Intent To Sell Trespass ALVIN VERONICA MCNAIR, 24 BROWN, 28 Grand Theft Battery Domestic MotorVchiclc Violence KARl EM WINGFIELD, 20 Possession Of Cocaine, Obstruction, Fleeing To Elude, Battery On A Law Enf. Officer Battery On A Law Enf. Officer ISAAC BROWN,40 Possession Of Cocaine, Cannabis and Open Container oug be very tempting, 5, 1 o, 18, never bite the hand feeds you 8, 14, 34. MARIO GOSHAY, 19 Aggravated Battery With Deadly Weapon LAQUITA JOHNSON,20 Aggravated Battery JOHNESHlA SMITH, 18 Possession Of Cannabis LASHANA JONES,30 Grand Theft ROBERT WILLIAMS, 40 Possession Of Cocaine OMAR JACKSON, 21 Battery, Domestic Violence "The Voice 4 Our Communitv Speaking for Itself' BRIDGETT'S BAIL BONDS 813-873-2200 Credit Available Collateral Not Always Needed Fastest And Most Reliable Bondsman Anywhere 2602 W. Azeele St., Suite A. FL33609 -i c m (/) c }< c.. c ., r 0 :!! (/) m z z m r:m c: r r !!l z "tJ c: m c (/) J: m c m < m c: m en c ). z c ., :!! c C) m


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If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator's A.D.A. Coordinator, (813) 272-7040, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771. Dated July 7, 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ CHARLENE DAVIS DEPUTY CLERK a EGAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA Case No.: 08-CA-029866 FANNIE STARLING (Plaintiff) vs. ROBERT BULLARD, JR. AND AMANDA T. BULLARD, HIS WIFE; AND AMANDA HUTCHINSON AND MICHAEL KNIGHT, AS TENANTS IN POSSESSION (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the Final Judgment Of Foreclosure entered in the above entitled cause in the Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida, I will sell the property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida, described as: THE WEST 73 00 FEET OF THE E.A.ST 975.00 FEET OF THE NORTH 147.00 FEET OF THE SOUTH 510.00 FEET OF THE SOUTHEAST Y. OF THE SOUTHWEST Y. OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 29, SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER with a 1996 Redman, Brook Hollow Mobile Home, J.D. #FLA146M9674A and #FLA146M9674B at public sale, held at 11:00 A.M. on August 3. 2009 to the highest and best bidder for cash, on the FRONT COURTHOUSE STEPS OF THE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 302 NORTH MICHIGAN AVENUE, IN PLANT CITY, FLORIDA 33562 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 2727-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this !11 day of July. 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /sl GAGELENE DUNKERL Y DEPUTY CLERK Contact LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com INVITATION TO BID Kamminga & Roodvoets Inc., invites all Hillsborough County certified M/WBE Subcontractors and suppliers to bid on the follow ing 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 Supply, Earthwork, Asphalt Paving, Dewatering, Storm Drainage (Material Supply/Installation), 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, Bridge Demo, Box Culverts, Jack & Bore, Directional Bore, Survey Barricades, Barrier Wall Rental, Clearing & Grubbing, Milling, Sheet Piling (Furnish & Install), PVC Pond Liner, Fencing, Irrigation, Pipe De-silting, Pipe Laser Profiling. 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