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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area MRS. ANNA WILSON CELEBRATES 90TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Anna Wilson celebrated her 90th birthday recently with a host of family members from far and near in attendance. The celebration -was held at the East Chelsea Baptist Church Auditorium. Mrs. Wilson, seated, is shown with her daughters, Dorothy Wilson, Laura Williams, Iva G. Banks, Rosita Baker and Judy Williams. Also in attendance were her sons, Albert, Booker T. and Tyrone Wilson. (Photograph by Sylvester Harris) tizens Challenge How CRA Dollars Spent SEE PAGE 6-A His Skills Lead To Bar-BQ B _usiness SEE PAGE 3-A . HIV/AIDS Awarens Program Planned SEE PAGE 2-A Man Accused Of BaHery, Rape SEE PAGE 12-A

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c a: LL c z <( c en w ;::::) 1-> a: w > w .. c w J: en :::i aJ ;::::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;::::) m I ...J w z i= z w U> <( e a: 0 ...J LL Features Anornev Receives Dual Recognition BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As a young child, one day an adult relative asked Mildred Beam w hat she wanted to be when she grew up H e contin u ed to ask the question until she had a n answer. She decid ed that she would become an attorney because she wanted to make a difference. Attorney Beam vividly remembers that after making her decision, "Everything I chose was geared towards that goal." Her dedication paid off because recently, she was honored by two prestigious forms of recognition. She was chosen for the second consecutive year as a 2009 "Super Lawyer" by Super Lawyers Magazine and for the first time received the 2009 Legal Elite award presented by Florida Trend Magazine: ''I'm honored that my legal peers would tli!_nk enough of me to name and v ote for me for such prestigious honors. These awards are very different from what. consumers.; think of attorneys, because you are chosen by other lawyers." Attorney Beam has com muted to the past 13 years. She currentl y serves as Vice President and General Counsel of Orlando Health, Inc. Her duties {qciude overseeing the legaLiffairs of 7 Subscribe Today! ATIY. MILDRED BEAM ... Receives Dual Recognition hospitals, including a Level One Trauma Center. Atty. Beam is also board certified in Healthcare and specializes in corporate law, tax laws, and healthcare. "I represent the corporations. My clients are typically in the medical profession academic medical ce nter,' Additionally, Atty. Beam is the only African Ame r ican General Counsel in the nation to head a health care organiza tion of this size. A Tampa native, Atty. Beam is the daughter of Mrs. Gw-endolyn Beam and Fred Beam. She graduated from King :. High School and continued her education at Howard ll'nfverslty, where she graduated Sl!mma Cum Laude with a B. B A., in Accounting. She completed her legal education requirements at Georgetown University Law Center. Atty. Beam is the mother of a 10-year-old son and enjoys spending time with her family and sports. Meet State Dan Gelber Candidate for Florida Attorney General Hosted by State Representative Michael Scionti Wednesday, July 29 5:30 -7:30p.m. Sons of Italy Lodge SS15 \Vest Lemon Street Tampa, Florida 33609 Campaign Contributions Are Appreciated! .'PoliticaladvertiS!IIle1\tpaid for i!nd a;.provtd hy Can o.mouat, fer Attome-1 purchase of a tid
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, Features Mom Needs Help To Rent van For Ill Daughter (.. c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As a youngster growing up, in many respects, Ebony Major was a typical teenager She at tended Brandon High School, but later earned her GED and began taking college courses. In fact, in 2005, she was tak ing classes at both HCCJ!@nd Springfield College whe suddenly became ill. mother, Ms. Audrey M .. said Ebony began experlMlc ing burning and tingling sen sations. At one point, Ebony was unable to walk. Today, Ebony, 29, who is the mother of a son, DeQuan, 8, and daughter, Imani, 5, is bed-ridden. She is currently under the care of mobile Dr. Richard Waxman, of New Port Richey. Ms. Major, who is Ebony's caregiver, said it's very difficult to get her to doctor's appointments With the exception of going to the hospital by ambu lance, Ebony has not been on an outing since her grandfa ther died in December 2007. Ms. Major rented a conver sion van so that Ebony could attend both the wake and the funeral. She is currently attempting to raise money to rent a conver sion van for about two weeks. With the van, Ms. Major said will be able to keep an appoint ment with an orthopedic spe cialist on August 18th and get her some dental care. Ebony is currently on a waiting list for the med waiver program, which will help with other services Ebony has also been diag nosed with kidney stones in both kidneys and has a tra cheotomy. She has lost the vi sion in one eye and it is blurred in the other. The young woman also suffers from in-Job leads Man To EntrepreneurshiP Allen Reynolds is shown standing in front of the sign proclaiming that Al's Finger Licking Good Bar B Que is open for business. (Photograph by BRUNSON). BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor When we'find a job, it is usu ally an immediate need. And, while we may think that it could iead to a career, that deci sion depen!}s on the type of work as well as other con tributing factors. Several years ago, AI Reynolds obtained employ ment at a barbecue business. After years of working t here, he said, you start to think that you want to be a part of something. I gained experi ence and said, 'I can do this on my own."' After discussing the idea with his wife, Mrs. Jacqueline Reynolds, he began making preparations to become self employed, and sold barbeque from a c;oncession stand for 4 years. On May 1st, the Reynolds opened the doors to Al's Finger Licking Good Bar B Que, 1609 Angel Oliva, Sr Street (for merly 18th Street) in Ybor City. Reynolds said they selected historic Ybor City a location because they wanted to come back into the area. They lived in the area and Mrs. Reynolds is a former employee of the Tampa-Hillsborough Urban League "We had an opportunity to get into a building and we took ad vantage of it," he said. Making the business a family affair, Reynolds is assisted by 6 family members and Mrs. Reynolds steps in whenever needed. The menu offers a wide array of sides to accompany the bar becue that is coated in a special seasoning and smoked rather than grilled for tenderness. He also uses only oak wood for his special slow cooked recipes : While the primary function of the location is to serve food, the Reynolds ha-.;e plans that in clude using ouilding as a meeting site ana for entertain ment purposes as well. Their future plans also include having venues such as an Open Mic Night. Reynolds, who is a native of Plant City, said he gained useful experience working at a meat company and that prepared his for his current position. Mr. Reynolds is a native of Fort Myers and moved to Tampa as a student at the Uni versity of South Florida. They are parents to two chil dren, Terrance and Atiyya, who also work at the family s business. Ms. Audrey Major is shown is bed-ridden due to a debilitating illness and needs help transportation to attend doctor appointments. flammatory disease of the nervous system. After she became ill, Ebony's condition continu ally worsened until she couldn't walk. After a series of tests in April 2006, Ebony was diagnosed as having MS (Multiple Sclerosis). She wasn't responding to medication forMS and was eventually sent home under the care of Hospice. One of the Hospice nurses contacted the Dream Founda tion and Montel Williams came to Tampa and featured Ebony on his shown in April 2007 Ms. Major said Williams was instrument31 in having a doctor from Johns Hopkins Hospital come to visit N Ebony. g After more test, it was deter- en m z z m r;aJ c: r r !!l z ., c aJ r c;; ::1: m c m < m -f c m en c )> z c

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C1l g Local C'\1 ..,; Communitv leader Gets Response From Railroad Companv ..., For the past 5 years, Sam ..... Mobley, a community 0 leader has fought with CSX ff Railroad in a n effort to get ty ''I had written them several letters, called them hundreds of times, and even protested before the City Council and the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership. "I even contacted Code Enforcement, but nothing was done. I think they feel they are so powerful, they just ignored me." c a: LL c z < c en w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w :r: en ::; m ::::) D. z i= w ..I ..I ::::) m ..:. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..I LL them to c ut the grass a lon g th eir railway, especially in an area that borders his properIn a communication from CSX Railroad, it ap pears that R E s E A R e H s u 0 y MALE AND FEMALES, 25 TO 60 YEARS OF AGE WHO HAVE DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 2 ARE INVITED TO LEARN ABOUT A RESEARCH STUDY INVOLVING AN INVESTIGATIONAL MEDICATION. THIS STUDY IS FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT INTENDED TO TREAT A MEDICAL CONDITION. Qualified Participants May Be Compensated Up To $4,080.00 c 0 For More Information Call Recruitment At 727-576-8474 Or 727-578-6030 M p R E H E N 5 Pl-IASE I v E SAM MOBLEY Community Leader Mr. Mobley's requests have finally gotten action. CSX officials are promising to do something about their right-of-way. They sent us a letter and said they will take a look at the problem," said ETCRP Chairperson, Evangeline Best. "That was the first feedback we've gotten since Mr. Mobley first contacted them about the problem." Mr. Mobley said the area contains scattered glass bot tles, rotted wood, clothing, trash, and he s even spotted snakes crawling around in the overgrown weeds and grass. ''I'm glad they have at least agreed to look at the problem," said Mr. Mobley. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flseniinel.com. Tampa Sports Authoritv Search Comminee Endorses New Executive Director THOMAS SCO'IT TSA Search Committee Chairman City Council Chairman Tampa City Councilman, Thomas Scott, Chairman of the Tampa Sports authority search committee for the new executive director, announced that Eric Hart of Lansing, Michigan has received a uhanimous endorsement for the position. Following a long interview with Hart, the search commit tee voted to recommend him as executive director to the full .on 27th at their board meeting. In addition to the search committee votes, TSA Board members, Bob Buckhorn and R.andy Larson agreed with the decision. If the TSA Board agrees with the search committee's recommendation, Hart would become the TSA's 4th executive director since its inception in 1965. Councilman Scott said in his final interview before the Board Monday, Hart left them with a great impression of his ability to handle the job. He s 42 years old, and has new ideas and fresh outlook, ERIC HART something I think is much needed on the TSA Board," said Councilman Scott. "A family man with two children, Hart really was impressed with Rogers Park and suggested it be marketed more intensively. He actually thought it was the better of the three golf courses." Councilman Scott said he thinks Hart will increase revenues for the"'golf courses and found him t o be very per sonable and knowledgeable. "I believe he will be approved and get the m 'ajority of the votes, if not unanimously." Hart is currently the President and CEO of the Lansing Entertainment and Public Facilities authority (LEPFA). The authority over sees a convention center, base ball stadium, farmers market and produces many events. Members of the TSA Search committee are Frank DeBose, Tony Muniz, Mark Proctor, and Andy Scaglione. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@jlsentinel.com.

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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa F lorida 33605 (813 ) 248 -1921 P ublished E very T uesday and F riday B y F L ORIDA SE NTI NEL BULLET I N PUBLISHING Co Member o f N a tio na l Newspaper P u b lisher s As s oci a tio n (NN PA) and Ama lg amated P u blishers, Inc., Ne w Y ork. 199 0 -94 CP Timel ntemat ional POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sent i nel Bulleti n, P .O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid AI Tampa FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BL ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S A NDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Subscr i ptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Edit ions: $87 00-Per Year Both Editions Op i n io n s expr es sed on editor ial pages o t t h is n ew spap e r by Columnists or Guest Writers, d o n ot n ecess aril y reHectth e edi tori a l s t a nce o f Th e Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publish e r I H enrv Louis Gates, Jr., Insulted I He is the recipient of nearly 50 honorary and numerous academic and social awards. He was name d a MacArthur Fellow in 1981; was listed in Time magazine among its "25 Most Influential Americans;" he was appointed as the Alphonse Fl etcher, Jr., University Professor at Harvard University. In January 2008, he co-founded The Root, an African American website, and he currently chairs the non-profit Fletcher Foundatiou, which supports civil rights and environmental education. It would seem nowhere on earth could Henry Louis Gates, Jr. go where he would not be known. But there is one place where his recognition seems to have failed him: his front door. Of all the things we told you about Dr. Henry Y,uis Gates, Jr., the one thing we forgot to tell you is, Dr. Gates is Black. We can't help, but wonder if his skin color led to his recent detention at his OWn residence by police, who were reportedly tipped off that "two Black males" were acting suspicious in an otherwise well-heeled neighborhood. The police gave chase. Gates was nabbed, although he immediately established his identity. Just the same, the world-laureate was slapped with a disorderly conduct citation for demanding a police officer's identity. When asked why he thought he'd been detained, Dr. Gates responded, "Why, because I'm a Black man in America." In one sentence, all of his honors and achievements fell by the wayside, and he was left with a brutal truth that many of us who are Black know only too well. Yes, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. was insulted. Most likely, he will never be the same. We-Support local v--odor Preference We had a sense of"deja vous" when we heard several local governments were. considering drafting policies that will give local and regional businesses preferences over out-of-area or out-of-state.bilsinesses. More than ten years ago, local minority a ri d a few other businesses proposed the adoption of similar policies by the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County. We guess hard economic times have softened harder views of some government officials since that time. Indeed, Miami-Dade area businesses have enjoyed local vendor preference since the early 1990's without negative results. In competitive bidding, local vendors often lose out to larger out-of-state firms because of pricing or the scoring process. For the time being, we applaud and support local governments for considering the possibility of enacting local vendor preference as a means of stabilizing our local economy. Once the economy begins to rebound, local vendor preference policies can be reconsidered, or made permanent. But at least our local vendors will have been given a chance to show, at last, what they can do. E ven though the wordeducation is spelled E-D U-C-A-T-1-0-N, there is a "P in education The P stands for partnership. For true education to take place, a partnership must e x ist It is a partnership that involves the school, the students, the par ents, the church community resource people and the entire community With no disrespect to Mid dleton High School, ther e is a lot of talk going on a s to how to improve the e duc a ti o n a l pro c e ss a t the Eas t T ampa Hig h School. Th e a nswer is re a ll y q u ite s im p le. Middl eto n a nd every o the r sc hool n ee d to form this p artner ship. W e all r e m e mb e r t h e w i s e words that state, 'It T a k es A Village To R a is e A Child.' Well it tak e s this entir e p a rtner ship working together to educate a child Schools can do every thing they can think of and spend as much money as they can but tliere will be little suc cess if this partnership isn't in place at the school. The purpose of the school is to educate the children. Schools must have qualified and dedicated faculties and staff and they must have the latest technology and equip ment. Students have to come to school ready to learn. They must be disciplined, attentive, have a desire to learn and obey rules and regulations of the school. Students have a responsibility to participate in their educational pursuit. Parents must be a part of the educational process. They need to make sure that their children come to school every day that they do not create dis ciplinary problems participate in class learning experiences, do their homework a nd s t ri v e to do the be s t of th e ir a bilities to make good g r a d es. P a r ents n ee d to talk to the ir children a bout the ir school day', They need to b e aw a re of wh a t is going on a t s c hool and they need to make a special effort to come to s chool for PTA meetings pa : rent : teacher con ferences, extra-curricular school activities and most im portantl y do some volunteer work. There is an important role for churches to play, too. Reverend Bartholomew Banks, Pastor of John Pro gressive Baptist ehurch, real izes that churches and pastors can play a vital role. Rev. Banks plans to regularly talk to students and the ir parents from the pulpit about the im portance of education and the role each of them must play in the education of the student. Rev. Banks also plans to en courage other pastors to do the sa me Schools must be held ac countable for educating our children But parents, students must also assume responsibility for their education We 'TI need to adopt the philosophy r that failure is 'not a n option We need to stop looking for 0 someon e e lse to blame l> We n ee d to s top whining stop m a king excu se s st o p gi v -z ing up a nd do w h a t we n ee d to ::! do to insur e t h a t o ur c hildr en do not fail and-get a good e du r c a tion. A c hild .'S education i s m very importan t: 'I n ord e r for ?= children to get a good educa -r tion, the big p E.'.i!tpst be in the !!l process z Parents, respond to your ., child's school plea for help in C: educating It still takes a whole 0 ilage to a en child and it certainly takes that ffi same village to educate a child. c Parents and concerned citi-m zens, become in the educational of our :XJ children. -< -f c: m en c )> z c 'TI :XJ c I Happv Birthdav.Aiexandre Dumas lP.IIrel! I I wonder how many of you like me, spent hun dreds of hours reading books and watching movies and television stories about Robin Hood, The Three Mus keteers or The Count of Monte Cristo, as a teenager. Even more so, I wonder if you, like me, didn i leafri the French author of these fa vorite books, Alexandre Dumas, was Black. Dumas, a great adventure novelist, was the grandson of a French nobleman and Napoleonic army general, Marquis Alexandre -Antoine Davy de Ia Pailleterie who served in Saint Dominique (now Haiti) and an Afro Caribbean woman by the name of Marie-Cesette Dumas. Since today would have been Dumas (Pere's) birthday, what better way to celebrate it than to tell you his life story! Dumas was born in the vil lage of Villiers-Cotterets, northeast of Paris, France, to Thomas-Alexandre Dumas and Marie-Louise Elizabeth Labouret. His father died when Dumas was barely four years old but his mother kept his father's memory alive by telling Dumas stories 1bout his father s brave mili tary acts during the glory years of I of_Erance,. Even tho u gh Iiu.irias grew ui> hi poverty, his mother kept him supplied with books, which he read v ora ciou sly. Reportedly, stories of his father's war ad ventures fueled Dumas' imag ination to write adventure novels such as The Count of Monte Cristo and others. Dumas' literary career began when he s tarted writing articles for magazines and plays for the theater. Dumas' plays were so popular that they earned him public acclaim and wealth Also, as a well-con nected politician and French Revolutionary, Dumas held several positions with one of France s rulers, King Louis Philippe in the 183o 's. In the late 183o s Dumas began to write ,i 10vels and his fame began to interna tionally Several of Dumas' novels were collaborations with friends an (f with his fenc ing teacher, _.Augustine Grisier. Even mar ried Ferrand, he M aintained "nu merous liaism;ls / t fathering at least fou r illegitf ate children; one of thos : t was a son Alexandre (fils) who would a successful novelist and like his father. Repoct"edl y Dumas .,;,-,.f.;lt liked to live with lavish parties and bea,iix_iful women. After the ove rtii' o w of King in 1851, Dumas fled to Belgium, then Russia and fina lly settled in Italy, continu ing j:o write and to gain international popularity Dumas returned to Paris in 1864 where he died at the C) age of 68 in 1870 m Happy Birthday, Alexandre 'f1 Dumas (Pere)!' Harambee! )>

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Q) Local ..; Organizations Host Achievement Awards And c a: ScholarshiP luncheon c a: u. c z c( c en w :::) .... w > w c w :::c sa rD :::) Q. z ffi .;J ;:) rD .::. w z w en r3 a: g u. ALBERTA REED. .... Citizen Of The Year Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and the Tampa Guide Right Foundation will host its annual Achievement Awards and Scholarship Luncheon, Saturday, July 25, at 12 Noon at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Mrs. De Anna Sheffield Ward, Chief Development Officer/Vice President of Partnership Development for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, will host the event. Mrs. Carolyn House Stewart, Inter-n a t i on a l Fir s t Vice Pr eside nt o f A l p h a K appa A l p h a S o r ority, Inc w ill be the k ey n ote spea ker. Receivi n g th e '2009 C itizen o f the Year Awa rd f r o m th e f r aterni t y will b e Mrs. Alberta Reed, longtime Scout M aster of the First Baptist Church of College Hill Boy Sc out Troop 64. Receiving scholarships from the foundation are Bernard K. Jackson, III of Blake High School, Matthew Holte of Hillsborough High School and Joshua Bent of Thomas Jefferson High School. The Tampa Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. is an 81-year old mainstay of the Bay area community. It members strive for honorable achievement in every field of human endeavor. The Tampa Guide Right Foundation is a regis tered 501c (3) charitable organization that aims to mentor, teach and assist area youth as they matriculate from middle school to the collegiate ranks. Edwin Narain, Polemarch Bring. Your Faith & Buy Great rta INGHILL M. B. CHURCH Rev. Eugene Garnett, Pastor 8119 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 626-7070 Celebrates Her TliEME: "Catch the Vision, the journey Continues" Habankkuk 2:2 3: '17 -19 Sunday, July 26, 2009 4 P.M. Mt. Olive M.B. Church Reverend Dr. C. P. Epps Pastor The Public Is Invited/ City Council Upset Process Wasn't Followed In land Acquisition ED JOHNSON East Tampa Development Manager BY LEON CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter During Thursday's City Council Meeting's Community Redevelopment portion, East Tampa Development Manager, Ed Johnson, gave Council members an update on what's going on in East Tampa During his presentation, Johnson mentioned that he had met with the owner of property at 34th Street and Chelsea (known as the Honky Tonk), and had a closing date set for August 14th for purchase of the property, using Tax Increment Finance (TIF) dollars. Johnson said in the past two months, the owner said he was ready to sell and entered into an agreement with the owner to purchase the property. "After the property was pur chased, it was our plan to put in a process where the com munity will decide its use. We were going to accomplish that by putting out an Request For Purchase (RFP)." City Council Chairman, Thomas Scott asked Johnson whether or not the CRA Advisory Committee had any involvement in the acqui sition of property. "My concern is we're seeing a repeated process We're being asked to approve some thing that hasn't gone before the CAC. We need to know what they think. I have a con cern that process was not car ried out." Councilman Scott said he agrees the property needs to Blake Class 111965 The Howard W. Blake Class of 1965 will hold its class reunion meeting on Tuesday, July 28, 2009, 6 p m., at 5108 N. Habana Ave. (between MLK and Hillsbor ough). For additional information, please contact Johnnie Johnson, (813) 545-8458. EV ANGINE BEST ETCRP Chairperson be purchased, but he has an issue with the process. "I'm not comfortable approving this at this time. I have a right to vote against this, because the CAC was not made a part of the process." Councilwoman Linda Saul-Sena agreed and added, "there was a meeting when this information could have been shared, and that didn't happen." City of Tampa CRA Director, Mark Huey, said there is a process problem here and he agreed and S;iid he accepts full accountability for the problem. "The greater issue is the absence of the CAC being involved in the decision making process," said Councilman Scott." Councilman Scott made a motion that this issue be put on their Aug\lst 4th agenda so as to give the CAC an oppor tunity to review the purchase. East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chairperson, Evangeline Best, said the East Tampa Strategic Plan has not been approved. "That property can' t be in line with that, because it has n't been approved. We have no plans for that area. There is a process that has to be followed. Our major concern was that the process wasn't honorec\{If funds are to be distributed for anything, the CAC made a part of all discus : sions." Ms. Gladys Jackson, President1 of the Rainbow Heights Neig nborhood Watch THOMAS SCOTT City Council Chah:man Group said they would like to see the property used as a recreational site for the chil dren. "But, we were not involved in the process to purchase the property, so it looks like someone .else had already decided what was going to be done with the propertj. Ms. Best said, Out of pro fessional courtesy, we should have known about this. Moving funds and not alerting us is not appropriate. As rep resentatives for the communi ty, we need to know what the TIF dollars are being spent on before they're spent. "I feel it was trying to be rushed through intentionally to meet the August 14th clos ing date." Ms. Jackson said over the past 6 years, they have asked for a small park on that cor ner "The city already owns the lots behind the club. If they purchase the building, it would make a nice park with a small recreation building on it for our children. We already have volunteers ready to work with the kids. "We were not told the city was interested in buying the building. We were not invited to any discussions about the purchase of the building. Whatever they decide will impact the commu nity. We don't houses. We need sometliing to take our young people off the streets. It's been done in other areas, and it can be done here." East Tampa Group To Host Blood Drive On Saturday, July 25th, the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership's Public Safety Sub-Committee will host a blood drive as part of their Are You Safe? initiative . The blood drive will be held at the Cyrus Greene Park from 10 a.m ; until 2 .m., and will feature, fire truck, survival kits, book bags, treats for the kids, door prizes, and Home depot will do a hurricane preparedness project along with the Lee Davis Service Center. Swimming safety tips will also be discussed. For any information on this blood drive, please contact Public Safety Sub-Committee Chairperson, Rosa Cambridge, at (813) 767-4639-

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Greyling Sr. visits his neighborhood Family support & Resource Center {FSRC) to learn about computers and the internet, while his son Greyling Jr. takes part in after-schoor tutoring. Funded in part w'ith the Children's Board of Hills ,borough County, fSRCs are inviting places offer a variety of free. services like educational play groups, rnentoring, rt;lCJbile health servlces, job si z c ;, c

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c a: LL. c z < c en w :::J 1->a: w > w c w J: en ::i m .:::J .a. z tij ...I ...I :::J m ...:. w z j:: z w en ( a: 0 ...I LL. G1IrZ1 [f3 ffiiB liDJJJBllD 0ill01DJU3ill Blessed Hope Bible College 816 E. Genesee St. Tampa, FL 33603 Fall Classes Begin August 11, 2009 Open Enrollment CALL TODAY!!!!!! 813.237.6076 Blessedhope3415@verizon.net Let u lldp YOU smdy to sllow yountJf 8pp111nd IUlto God "Study to show !lryself apf1f"UW!d unto God ... Bible Missionary Baptist Church 4605 35th Street Rev. L t. Pastor Will Celebrate 2nd Annual :KJIIIIPS41)D, Sr. ,n11" Day New Progress M. B. Church 3307 E. Shadowlawn Avenue Rev. E. J. Williams, Sr., PASTOR:; .. Sunday, July 26th 11 :OOam Worship Theme: I'm Still Holding On Motto: Psalm 71:14 ALL About You Congratulations 'tuo L H o.J MR. And MRS. 'IYSON FRIENDS Put a ring on it! Every woman's dream. I'm so happy for you, and I love you with all my heart. I wish you all well. Congratulations, Ms. Trina, Tigger and Lizzy. P. S. Keep God first and He will keep you all as one. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Pastor s Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Office : (813) 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-MaH: fbcopv@tampabay.rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult!Children Worship Times 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A M 4:!!:1!fiil!lllft Sunday-9:45A .M. Adult & Youth/ ChHdren Tuesday-11 A M.-Adult Wednesday-7 P.M.-Youttv Children 7 : 30P.M. Adult A Sateune Campus For Faith Bible Institute Growing The Church For Global Change (Acts 1:8, Rom. 1.8, 1 Thes. 1 e} RICOAndNEL For all the times I felt it, but somehow forgot to show it For all the times I dreamed it, but forgot to let you know it. For all the times I thought it, but it stayed inside my head. For all the times I meant it, but I didn't get it said ... I love you. Happy birthday. -=-ReYiWI & JiJY 29. 2009 -., 200 6 P. M. Nightly_ Vacation Bible School 7:30 P : IVh Nightly-Revival RofTle FL 33607:] Guest Evangelist Rev. Hugh L. Strafford Pastor Mt. Olive M. B. Church Medulla, FL DR. C. T. KIRKLAND, PASTOR Commandment-With Ephesians 6:1

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All About You Birthdav Bash For JuiV Birthdavs CANCER/LEO LIZZV Birthday Wishes going out to: Li:tiy, Ann, Miss Cookie, Pierre, Kit\, Mon, Bo Pete, Mary M., Lil Ricky, Tony S., Rhonda B., Pooh Bear, Brittney, Maurice, Darnisha, Lil Steve, Lil Steve, III, Annie Lou, Charles, Claudy, Dina, Kameri, Squeaky, Tony and Sweet Mocho*. Come join us July 26, 2009, at 1 p m. at Cypress Point Park/Beach. BUMBA It Ain't Easv Being Me MS.LAQUITA July 25th Happy birthday Iii sis Stunt, stunt and then stunt some more. It's your 25th birthday. Do it to Gona Strut like No Other MS.LAQUITA July 25th Happy birthday, mommie! Love. Maddysin and Ja'. BIG WOOK, CHUCK, GITT, BEZO, TOOT AND THE CREW Happy birthday to my man, Big Wook, a nd the homeboys, even though it's not your birthday. Ike, Chuck, Gitt, BeZo, Toot and The Crew. P. S. Let's have fun and party at Temple. MR. REED MRS. REED Shouts go out to all the Cancers and Leos Doing big things Sunday, July 26th at Picnic Island. Come one, come all, let's have a ball and leave the drama at home. Happy birthday goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Reed for the '09 and Big Bros and Sis and the rest of the July babies. "11 :::c 6 Just giving a shot out to all of my family and friends and espe cially to the Lord for blessing me with the opportunity to make it this far. Without You there would be no me. P. S. Hard work pays off. 'em. Love, your brothers, Nook and Debo. Friends Fall Psalm 41:9-13 FIRST BAPilST CHURCH : OF COLLEGE HILL C'YONI SFSSION At 1 Year Old MZ. SESSION, at 2 Years Old, With ROBERT SESSION Look once!! Look twice!! It's Mz. Session's time to shine again. I will be celebrating my day on July 21st with family. And again on July 26th with family and friends at Rowlett Park. Love you, mommy, daddy and K. L. (brother) NIAANDERSON Wishing Nia Anderson a happy 12th birthday. From, parents, Tarshene and Vencient Davis; and grand parents, Mr. James and Ms. Vivan Suttle. RQANALD PRESSLEY To:Buckey. From: Varonte Bradly. From: Martha Ann. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance E rMorelnfo 3838 North 29th 'Street, Tampa (813) 248-6600 Early -7:50 a.m. Sunday School-9:45 a.m. Morning Worship: 10:50 a.m. For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Service-6:30p.m. Bible Study -7:30 p .m. Visit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org info@fbcch.org ,. C') m CD I )>

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0') 0 0 N N :::> ""') > < c a: u. >-. a: I.L c z 4( c en w ::::; .... w > w c w ::t: en :J m :::> Q. z ffi ..J ..J :::;) m w z t= z w en g a: 0 ..J I.L Sports Irvin: Vick Deserves Another Shot At NFl MICHAEL IRVIN And MICHAEL VICK NEW YORK --Now that Michael Vick has finished a 23-month federal sentence for dogfighting, he shouldn't have to wait too much longer to return to the NFL, Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin said Monday. "The law has spoken and spoken severely," Irvin said. "If the commissioner says he's not allowed back in, then how is that fair?" To emphasize his point, Irvin compared the NFL's indefini te suspensions ofVick and Browns receiver Donte' Stallworth. While Vick was punished for nearly two years, Stallworth served 24 days of a 30-day jail sentence for pleading guilty to DUI manslaughter. Irvin understands Stallworth's plight because something similar happened to him. In 1996, Irvin plead ed no contest to drug charges and avoided any jail time, but was still suspended for five games Vick must convince NFL commissioner Roger Goodell of his readiness to return. Irvin said there should be a series of well-p ublicized meetings and, if all goes well, the suspension should be lifted a few weeks before the regular season op ens. South Florida Kicker Bonani .Falls 35 Feet From Busch tardens Ride MAIKON BONANI TAMPA--A University of South Florida football player was recovering at a hospital after falling 35 feet from a gondola ride while working at Busch Gardens in Tampa, team officials said. Team officials identified the player as Maikon Bonani, 20, l.JSF's starting kicker. The employee was working Saturday at the Skyride attrac tion. After sending passengers on a gondola out of the station, the employee thought the door might be unlocked and held onto the door to check it while guests sat on the ride, according to a park statement. He held on as the gondola took off then 35 feet above the ground -let go and dropped into a landscaped area, the statement added. Revelle said the employee was responsive but taken to a hospital as a precaution. He was listed in fair condition at St Joseph's Hospital. Leavitt said Bonani may have injured his vertebra. Nash Agrees To Extension With Suns STEVE NASH PHOENIX--Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns have agreed on a two-year, $22 mil lion contract extension, his agent said Bill Duffy confirmed the agreement Monday. The deal will keep the two time MVP point guard under contract with the Stms through the 2011-2012 season. The 35 -year -old Nash, enter ing his 13th NBA season, had one year left on his contract that would pay him $13 million next season. cono-Pacauiao Set For November MIGUEL COTTO vs. MANNY PACQUIAO Miguel Cotto is next on Manny Pacquiao's hit list for what's likely to be the biggest fight of the fall. Pacquiao and Cotto will meet Nov 1 4 at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas Top Rank promoter Bob Arum said Monday after final izing the match between his company's two most prominent boxers. The 145-pound boqt will be showri on HBO pay-per-view. Pacquiao (49-s-2, 37 KOs) has won titles in six weight d ivisions from 112 to 140 pounds, cementing the Filipino national hero's status as the sport's pound-for-pound champion. Pacquiao also attended Cotto' s brutal split-decision victory over Joshua Clottey in New York last June, building anticipationfor their meeting. Both fighters were eager to face each other, making the ations relatively simple after Pacquiao agreed to the 145-pound weight limit insisted upon by Cotto's physical trainer. McNair's Shooter Had Marijuana In Her svstem NASHVILLE, Tenn. -Authorities say former NFL star Steve MeN air had a blood-alcohol level twice Tennessee's legal limit for driving when he was shot to death. Tennessee Assistant Medical Examiner Feng Li said Monday that a toxicology report showed a trace amount of marijuana in the body of Sahel Kazemi. Police say the 20-year-old Kazemi shot McNair July 4 in a Nashville condo before killing herself. Police say MeN air was like ly asleep when he was shot twice in the head and twice in the chest . Li sa i d there was no way to tell from the report how long STEVE MCNAIR before McNair's death he ha tfbeen drinking. Kazemi was arrested for drunken driving in Nashville two days before the shooting. Police video of the arrest showed her telling the officer that s h e was high Telfair, Two Others Traded To Clippers In Deal For Richardson MINNEAPOLIS--On the same day that he left for Spain to discuss Ricky buyout, Minnesota Timberwolves president Da,vid Kahn traded the only veteran point guard he has on his roster. Was Kahn clearing room for Rubio by sending Sebastian Telfair and forwards Mark Madsen and Craig Smith to the Los Angeles Clippers for Quentin Richardson? Rubio has a multimillion dollar buyout of his contract with Joventut that threatens to keep him in Spain for another season, or possibly SEBASTIAN TELFAIR two Kahn hopes to lower the number which could go as high as $6.6 million -to make it easier for the 18-yearold point guard to join the Timberwolves this season. Shaq To Duel Phelps, Puiols And Other Spons stans In TV Series SHAQUihLE O'NEAL CLEVELAND --Shaquille O'Neal would deluge Michael Phelps in a cannonball competition. What about a race across the pool? We'll see. The NBA superstar will star in "Shaq Vs.," a TV series where the 15-time All-Star center will challenge top ath letes in their respective sports. During one episode in the show, which debuts on Aug 18 on ABC, Shaq will swim ag_ainst Olympic superstar Phelps. O'Neal, now with the Cleveland Cavaliers, also will try his football skills against Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger box retired world champion Oscar De La Hoya, bat against St. Louis slugger Albert Pujols, trade tennis volleys with Wimbledon champ Serena Williams and play volleyball against Olympic gold med al ists Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor. O'N eal will negotiate a handicap with his opponents and train with a coach for one week leading up to each chal lenge.

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S ort s :JJ In The Spotlight SHEENA Say Hello to Sheena. She's this week's Spotlight feature, and as you can see, a per fect choice. Sheena enjoys being around people with positive outlooks on life, and has no problem setting you straight if you're out of line. Sheena has no problems attracting friends, but is very cautious. She also has no problem being the focus of attention. Sheena believes that everyone would be fine if they respected each other. When it comes to the man in her life, Sheena said he must be a responsible, an nonsense kind of person who believes what he says, and acts on it. He also must be a person with goals and ideas on how to achieve them. Deputv: No Plans To Investigate Roethlisberger Allegations RENO, NEV. Law enforcement officials in Nevada have no intention of opening a criminal investigation into allegations against Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger. Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy Teresa Duffy said the a ccuser would have to file a criminal complaint to trigger an investigation into the inci dent the woman says occurred during a celebrity golf tourna ment last July while she was working as an executive VIP casino host at Harrah's Lake Tahoe. The 31-year-old Nevada BEN ROETHLISBERGER w oman has filed a lawsuit s ay ing the Super Bowl winning quarterback raped her in a hotel penthouse across the street from the golf course a claim his lawyer vehemently denies. ... 0 Harrison's Accuser Video Of lebron James ShotAgain DWIGHT DIXON PHILADELPHIA --A Philadelphia man who says he was shot by NFL receiver Marvin Harrison last year remains in critical condition after being shot again. Dwight Dixon was found shot multiple times. A spokesman at Hahnemann University Hospital said Dixon, 33, remained in critical condition Wednesday. Police have not made an arrest in the case. Dixon was convicted of a misdemeanor in January for lying to police about the 2008 shooting His lawyers said he lied because he feared Harrison, at the time a member of the Indianapolis Colts. Investigators determined that a gun owned by Harrison was used in that shooting. No charges were filed because authorities said there were conflicting accounts of who pulled the trigger. Gening Dunked on leaked Out On Wednesday TMZ.com and eBaum Nation.com re l ease d d ifferen t vers i o n s of the mu c ha nti c i pa t e d video of Xavier's Jordan Crawford dunking on NBA MVP LeBron James earlier this month at Nike's LeBron James Skills Academy at the University of Akron The TMZ footage, presumably shot via cell phone, shows Crawford dunking over James in the middle of a pickup game. The footage was shot from the side of the court where the dunk took place and shows Crawford's two-handed jam at the 35-second mark. As previously reported, Nike officials confiscated the footage of two videographers working the camp because they claimed the videotaping of after-hours pickup games was not allowed. One of the videographers, Ryan Miller, spoke with Sl.com on Wednesday and confirmed that it was indeed the dunk, but not the footage he shot. Miller said he was filming from the sideline and baseline LEBRON JAMES area, as was the other camera man who had his tape taken by Nike The TMZ.com video shows an angle from above and behind the far backboard Miller has not heard from Nike but he has hired an attorney who contacted the company Monday. Miller said his attorney sent Nike a letter "asking for my tape back." r-0 :!:! en m z :::f z m r:m Sl.com also learned c: Wednesday that ESPN was J= contacted about buyin9 video !!J of the dunk. Z "tJ c: m c en ::t m c m < m -f c: m en c :!=< )> z c :JJ c :!=<

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0) Crime C\1 FourTeenauersCharged ""') With Armed Robberv a: u. c a: LL. c z < c en w ::') 1-fi w > w TIMOTHY ADAMSBEMAN ROBERT BALARK Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies report that two people were sitting in a vehicle parked in a driveway at 9328 Candon Lane Wednesday morning when they were confronted by four armed robbers Deputies said the robbers, one with his face covered with a bandana and carrying a sawed off shotgun, and at least two others with handguns, took a purse from the woman and sped away. As deputies stood outside their patrol cars talking with BRYAN MAYO ROBERT KITCHENS the victim, a vehicle drove past The victims recognized the vehicle as the suspects' car. Deputies pointed their weapons at the vehicle and the driver stopped. All three suspects were arrested. The victim's purse was found later in a garbage can at a house, and the property was returned to her. Timothy Adams Beman, 17, Robert Balark, 18, Bryan Mayo, 18 and Robert Kitchens, 18, were arrested and charged with armed robbery. c w J: en :::::i m ::') o. z i= Reward onered For Arrest 01 Robberv suspect w ...1 ...1 ::') Crime Stoppers is offering a m reward of up to $1,ooo for information that leads to the Z identification and arrest of an i= unknown suspect who bat. tered and robbed an elderly w female victim in Temple < Terrace. c ,D: On Tuesday, June 16th, at O 10:10 p.m., an unknown Black male entered the lobby < I N ,.... w (!) of Life -Path Hospice, 11123 North 52nd .Stx:eet in Temple Temf ce. The suspect battered an elderly female in the N. 56th Street; Ste. 13 FL 336t7 Office (813) 988 788j lobby, took her purse, and fled. The suspect is described as a Black male, 20 to 40 years old, 6 feet to 6'2" tall, and weighing 210 to 220 pounds. He was also described as being bald and with a moustache. Anyone with information regarding the identity and whereabouts of this suspect is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-8oo-873-8477 "We'll Get You Out Quick .. So You Won't Have To Sit" Bank Robber Arrested OBADIAH DILLARD Tampa Police report that Obadiah Dillard, 31, com mitted an armed bank robbery earlier this month in Alachua County. He reported fled to Tampa to elude capture. Authorities received a tip that Dillard was staying with his brother in the Carver City area. Surveillance was set up on the residence, and officers saw Dillard on the property. When Dillard was arrested police said they found two large butcher knifes inside his pant legs Man Accused Of Beating, Raping Girlfriend KIMWANA HAMILTON Tampa Police have arrested a man on charges of beating and raping his girlfriend. Police said Kimwana Hamilton, 33, brutally raped and beat his girlfriend early Monday morning. He also reportedly threatened to kill her with a butcher knife. Police said with her face fractured and her right eye muscle torn loose, the victim fought back against her 'boyfriend of 6 months. She was later hospitalized. Hamilton is being held without bond on charges of armed sexual battery, false imprisonment, aggravated assault and battery. UNCLE SANDY 12, 15, 24, "Wisdom is a 2, 44, characteristic that comes from living from day to day." 13, 55, 66. Authorities sav Robberv was Motive In Man's Murder Th e Hillsbor -.-------. ough County Sh eriffs Office charged two men Monday in connect i on with the murder of Freddrick FREDDRICK Cooke, 30. COOKE Cooke was shot several times outside an apartment at 11740 North 14th Street. He died three hours later in a local hospital. Nathan Walker, 24, has been charged with thirddegree murder and Seau Sentlingar, 33, was charged with accessory after the fact to murder According to spokesman J. D. Callaway, robbery was the motive for the shooting. "Walker and Sentlingar went into the area to find someone to rob, Callaway SEAN SENTLINGAR LH:.f saidl'2fhey met with Cooke, allegedly realized they didn t have enough money to buy drugs, and shot him. "It was a planned robbery all the way We don t believe they ever intended to actually buy drugs. They just targeted an alleged drug de a ler, and Cooke was the first one they spotted." Callaway said one of the suspects was in Cooke's car, and abandoned it before the arrest Police Testitv In Child Neglect case In a courtroom Tuesday, Tampa Police testified how they found a 2-year-old and 3-year-old wandering a hotel hallway. Christina and Lavon Rowells reportedly left their children alone for at least four hours at the Rodeway Inn on Fowler Avenue the night of May 3rd and the morning of May 4th, according to the State Attorney's Office. According to a police report, Lavon Rowells, 24, reportedly dropped off his wife at a strip club, then went back to the hotel with the children. Around 9 p.m., after the children were sleep ing, Rowells reportedly got bored and drove to the strip club and waited {Q.r his wife to get off work, then they ,. went to a friend's home to play video games. An adult at the hotel discovered he children and a l.A VON CHRISTINA ROWELLS ROWELLS hotel manager called police. After entering the hotel room, investigators said they encountered a strong vomit odor, soiled sheets, hundreds of cotton swabs scattered over the floor. Christina Rowells, 26, didn't show up in court Tuesday, and a pick up order was issued to hold her in jail without bon d. Lavq!iJtowells was in court Tuesday at a sentencing hearing on. charges, but the heap ng was postponed until his wife appears in court with him. 5118 N 56th St. Suite 213 Tampa, FL J3610 24 Hom : Service Fast Confidential Service FREE

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Funerals ------MR. WILLIE J. BROOKS, S ill ; qr Homegoing services for Mr. Willie J. Brooks, Sr., of 1911 East 137th Avenue, Apt. 1, who passed away on Wednesday, July 15, 2009, will be held on Saturday, July 25, 2009, at 1 p. m. from Greater Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 2628 East 27th Avenue, with the Rev. Dr. W. J. Haynes, pastor, Pastor Antonio Hawkins of Faith Alive At Tampa Bay Church, eulogist. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Brooks was born in Colquitt, GA, on January 14, 1952. He attended the public schools of Miller County. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force. He was preceded in death by: his parents, mother, Blanchie Lee Brooks Williams; father, L. C. Brooks; sister, Catherine Brooks Campbell; brother, W. C. Brooks; uncle, Robert Perkins; and other family members. Mr. Brooks leaves to cherish his memories: his children, Willie J. Brooks, Jr. (Gina), Adam Brooks, Liza Brooks, Carlos Brooks and Angelina Brooks; grandchildren, Willie J. Brooks, I, Willie J. Brooks, II, William Brooks, Deja Brooks, Equasha Brooks, Whitney Brooks, Adam Brooks, Jr., and Tee Brooks; brothers, Willie Joe Williams (Martha), L. C. Brooks (Sally), and Wallace Brooks (Arlene); sisters, May Ann Messer (Reginald), Blanchie Williams (Tony), Sara M. Brooks (Ishmel), Irene Miller anci Joan Miller (.K;enny); nieces, Nikia Brooks (Rudy), Jackina Brooks, Debora Brooks, Gloria Brooks Kaham (Courtney), Sabrina Lee, Annie Lee, Latriece Jackson, Debra Miller, Ericka Miller, Miller, Dareka Smokes, Gloria Miller (Eddie), Courtney Miller and Annie Harrison (Willie); nephews, Tavarus Brooks, Tito Boone, Eddie Williams, Antwan Sanders, John Lee, James Lee, Christopher Smith, R. B. Miller, Richard Miller (Ruth), Robert Miller and Matt a special friend, ., Retiecca Beavlieu; a host of othe iBsorrowing members and friends among whom are ex-wife, Liza Ford. The viewing for Mr. Willie J. Brooks, Sr., will be held on Friday, July 24, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. at Greater Hope M. B. Church, 2628 E. 27th Ave. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday,. July 25, 2009, at 12:30p. m. EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME. S ISTER JACQUELINA LESHELL HOLLIS-FORD Homegoing services for Sister Jacquelina Leshell Hollis-Ford of 621 West 13th Street, Lakeland, who passed away on Saturday, July 18, 2009, will be held on Saturday morning July 25, 2009, at 11 a. m. from the Cathedral Of F aith Church, Inc., 6304 North 30th Street, with the Bishop James H. Howell, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Sister Jacquelina Leshell Hollis-Ford was born in Brooklyn, NY, on Noember 12, 1969, to the late Bernard Hollis and Mattie Brown. She was a resident of Daytona Beach and attended the public schools of Volusia County, before residing in Tampa, where she attended Tampa Bay Voc Tech. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Bernard Hollis and Mattie Brown; and her brother-in-law, Guno Dundas. Sister J acquelina L. HollisFord leaves to cherish her memories: husband, Fred Ford, S r ; children, Ashley Ford, Anthonio Hollis-Ford, Arthena Ford and Jacqueladina Ford; stepchildren, Freddie Joe Ford, Fred Ford, Jr. James Ford and Josephine Ford; grandchild, Myonnia Ford; sisters and brother, Ardakre Dundas, Patricia James, Amanda Scott (Joseph), Adeesha Hall (Arthur), Robert Tiller (Idell); grandparents, Rosa and Eddie Edwards; special aunt, Nell Kimbrough (Willie); a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, among whom are a special friend, Josephine Ford. The viewing for Sister Jacquelina L. Hollis-Ford will be held on Friday, .July 24, 2009, from 6-8 p. m. at the Cathedral Of Faith Church, Inc., 6304 North 30th Street. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday, July 25, 2009, .at 10:30a.m. EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME. Fa / Ow d dO t d I Home Place A 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. norlda Seadnal Newsracllln Great Places l813J 248-1921 Ask Fer Mr. Adams Tampa, FL33610 1 Phone: (813) 232-8725 Fax:(813)231-0S21 --Let Our Family Take Care OfYour Family. "We Are The Key To A Fine And Quality Service" MR.DONTAE PETER LESLIE Homegoing service for Mr. Dontae Leslie, who passed away on Wednesday, July 15 2009, will be held Saturday, July 25, 2009, at 11 a m. at Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church, 2923 N Tampa Street, Tampa, 33602, with Pastor Jeffery Singletary, Sr., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Dontae Leslie was a resident of Tampa for 20 years. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He last attended Brandon High School. He was a member of the Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church. Mr. Dontae Peter Leslie was born July 7, 1989, in Tampa, to Ms. Ruby Maxwell and Cargil A. Le slie, Sr. He was preceded in death by: his loving grandmothers Rosetta Cogdell Maxwell, Vporia Leslie and Rebecca Baker; and great grandmothers, Ruby Bernice Clark and Fannie Cogdell; grandfathers, Willie Clark, Sr. and LaFaye Cogdell; great, great grandmother, Gertrude Miller; and great, great grandfather, Oscar Miller. He leaves to cherish memories of him: his loving mother, Ruby Maxwell Washington; stepfather, Larry Washington; biological father, Cargil A Leslie, Sr. (Jamaica); 5 devoted brothers, Danion Mcogg; Ikarl, Cargil, Paul, Jamie; 3 sisters, Itrisha and Shawn Leslie and Charmine Levy; grandfather, Willie James Maxwell, Sr.; 8 aunts, Janice (Donald) Sturks, Cynthia (Johnny) Duncan, Michelle (James) Harris, Otella White and Valeria Green, all of Tampa, and Angela Maxwell of Miami, Beverly and Paloria Leslie of Jamaica; 5 uncles, Fredrick (Cathy) Maxell, Andre (Deneen) Maxwell, Willie Maxwell, Jr., Pierre Maxwell, Sr., Paul (Tracey) Leslie and Mr. B., all of Tampa; great aunt, Ruthie Paul Dillon, Atlanta, GA; 3 grea t uncles, Willie Clark, Jr., Ernest Baker, Sr. and Ruby Baker; 6 great, great aunts aJ:td 2 great, great uncles; a hosts of devoted cousins, Lamar (Kenya) Baisden, Donald (Denise) Yvonne (Keynod) Hudson, Brittney Lawson, Nichelle Watson, Alfonso Faison, Ivory Gadson, Tierra Faison, James Harris, Jr., Shykiah Byrd, Jamecia Harris, La' Asia Maxwell,' 'Michael Maxwell, Patrick Williams, Alonzo Faison, Nehemiah Maxwell, Pierre Maxwell, Jr., Tierra Maxwell, Jamarcus Harris, Serenity Maxwell, Ashley Stubbins, Eric Robbins, Ashanti Leslie and Brittney and Brandon Johnson, Cogdell Family, Ocala/Miami, Dillon Family, Atlanta, GA and Clearwater; Hunter Family, and Lisa Clark, Naples, FL; and a host of other cousins, friends and relatives-Visitation for Mr. Dontae Leslie will be h eld this F rida y evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 7 8 p. m. Friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday at 10:45 a.m. John Harmon, LFD, James Harmon, LFD A HARMON BURIAL MR. WILLIE PARKS Homegoing service for Mr._ Willie Parks, who passed away on Saturday, July 18, 2009, will be held Saturday, July 25, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Pastor Jimmy Parks of Lifechangers Christia n Church of Enterprise, AL, officiating. Eulogist will be Rev. Willie A. Parks. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Willie Parks was preceded in death by: his mother, Mrs. Aretha Parks; brothers, Mr. Robert C Horn and Mr. Ossian Bates; aunts, Ms. Willie Lee Thomas, Nellie McNaire and Marie Lynn; uncle, Mr. Eddie Williams; and grandfa-. ther, Arthur Lee Parks. Mr. Willie Junior Parks was born on January 9, 1960, to parents, Mrs. Aretha Parks and Mr. Willie Arthur Parks in Eufaula, AL. He leaves many loved ones to cherish his memories: wife, Andretta, (Shuler) Parks, special friend, Fenicia; 9 children, sons, Dewayne Antonio, Chris, Rick, Robert; & 2 stepsons, Ezeekeo & Wesley; daughters, Elaine, J ud'dean, Sylv i a and Teneasha; sisters, Judy Willey (Willie), Anna, Alice, Lisa, Loretha, Barbara, Sandra, Melissa and Evelyn; brothers, Willie James, Ricky, Mark and Brian; aunts, Ruby, Barbara Lee, Patricia, Yvonne and Catherine; uncles, Foy, James, (Johnnie), Sammy and Geno; 11 grandchildren; close friends, Frank, Ricky, Ernest, Dean and Allen; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Visitation for Mr. Willie Parks will be held this Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends are asked to meet at the Funeral Home at 1:45 p. m. John Harmon, LFD, James Harmon, LFD. A HARMON BURIAL ... MR. DONALD THOMAS Homegoing services for Jr. Donald Thomas, a k. a. "Crab," who passed away on Monday, July 20, 2009, will be held on Saturday, July 25, 2009, at 11 a. m., at New Harmony Missionary Baptist Church, 2811 17th Street, Tampa, 33605, Dr. Aaron Munford, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens, 11005 US Hwy 301N, Thonotosassa. Donald Thomas was born May 23, 1957, in Cuyahoga "11 County, (Cleveland) Ohio, to b the parentage of the late ::0 Grady Thomas and Dora Heard. He was raised and C educated in Hillsborough l> County and affectionately f known throughout the com-z munity ofTampa as "Crab." ::::! He leaves to cherish his z memories: son, Eric Davis m Tampa; parents, William and r;Dora Jackson, Seffner; m brother, Bruce Thomas, C: Tampa; 2 sisters, l>iana rJones, Tampa, and Wilma Jackson, Oakwood, GA; step-!!I sister, Mary Faison z (Roosevelt), Miami; nephew, "U Dominque Thomas, C: Jackso,nviiJe; 5 nieces, m Monica S ales (Nura), C LaKeny a Baisden (Eugene), en Demetria Harvey and April ::t: Jones, all of Tampa, and m Alexis Thomas, Jacksonville; C aunts, Elsie Brown, m Cleveland Ohio, and Betty < Smith of M i'ami; devote m -"' w I l>

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MR. MARCUS BYRON WESLEY ; Homegoing services for Mr. Marcus Byron Wesley, who passed away on July 20 2009 will be held Saturday, luly 25: 2009, at Northside Missionary Baptist Church, 5706 N. 40th Tampa,.3361o, at 1 p.m. at With Rev. Ricardo Robinson officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Wesley was preceded in death by: his mother, Pamelin >-Bevel; and stepfathers, James C:( Bevel and William Ingram. C He leaves to cherish his memO: ory: father, William Wesley, LL stepmother, Delores; daughter, C B: Wesley; son, z Jam1r, (Jam1a Watson); sis<( ters, A.genetta Mangum, North Carohna, Jazmin Bevel Tampa; brother, Jamal Bevel c (Tampa); stepbrothers, Kinte' en Ford, (Tampa), Mark Sanders W (St. Petersburg), and Samuel :::l Sanders, III (Ft. Lauderdale); 1-maternal grandmother, Vera > Ingram; fraternal step-grand-0: mother, Florence Thompson : : St. godmother: W ... Ke1th; .godsister, " : ;R,.h?nda Keith; ::-god-aunt, .. :::J:. ::;:arcarey 'Minig-um and en Lonp; Shirley ::::::i Lewis of Cahfornia, Monice CD Wesley-Madison, St. :::l Petersburg, Elosie Thompson ll. Helen .Shaw (Henry), z ThomPcs_on, Mary -Wnght.(Gary), Diane Dickens tu (Lorenzo), and.Janice Bradley ..I ('W!llter); uncles, Willie ..1 Guilford, (Jackie), Archie ;::) ,!?olomon, Madison, Charles Thompson (Faye), St. ..1 Petersburg; along with a host W of great aunts, cousins and Z other llOrrowing and j: friends. z Visitation for Mr. Marcus W Byron Wesley will be held this en Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. <( at H.armon Funeral Home. The Q receive friends from a: 5-6p.m. 0 Friends asked to meet at ..I the at 12:45 p. m. LL John Harmori, LFD, James Harmon, LFD. A HARMON BURIAL MS. DAISY MAE GOODWIN Ms. Daisy Mae Goodwin, formerly of Sarasota, passed away on June 21, 2009, in Dayton OH. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 25, 2009, at 11 a m. at The Stone Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, Rev. Dr. Leon L. Thomas, Sr., officiating. She leaves to mourn: two sons, Darrin Brooks, Tampa, Daryl Cooper, Dayton, OH; sisters, Earlene Goodwin, St. Petersburg, Carolyn Truewell Tampa, Christine Mallard' Sarasota, and Sherr; Goodwin, Oneco, FL; brothers William B. Goodwin, Jr.: Tampa, and Rudolph Goodwin Sr., Dayton, OH. Private cremation immediately after service. Professional services entnlsted to New Serenity Memorial Funeral Home & Cremation Svcs., Inc., Crystal River, FL 352/563-1394, Rev. Gregory Massey, LFD. NEW SERENITY MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 7 13 NE 5th P.O. Box 2614, Crystal River, FL 34428, (352) 563-1394 it C!! .--..s.,;....;,. Bulletin. ..... )t.. .. ... !'{ ... w ... ice of Our Cornmunitv Speaking for Itself, J Call: (813) 248-1921 CRISIS CRE>IA'IION JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARM . 40th Street Tam a, Florida MRS. HENRIETTA HOWELL Mrs. Henrietta Howell of 1105 E. Eskimo Avenue, passed away Wednesday, July 15, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 25, 2009, at 11 a. m. at St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church, 3716 E. Lake Avenue, with W. D. Sims, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Howell was a life-long resident of Tampa. She attended Hillsborough County Public Sc.hools and was a graduate of Middleton Senior High School. Mrs. Howell was a member of St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church. She was employed as a Hillsborough County Lunchroom Manager at Nathan B. Young Middle School. She leaves to .cherish her memory: husband of 55 years, Samuel Howell; stepsons, How_ell, ,Jr. (Clara), Rickey (Cassandra), and DaVId _RoyaL(Alice); devot-, D;lores Mingo and Phllhs Ball; sisters-in-law Alice Jackson and Mary Martel Henley; brother-in-law, Curtis Howell; and a host of nieces nephews, cousins, and friends-' The remains will repose after 5 P m., Friday, July 24, 2009 at Ray Williams Funeral Home' 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes and Northern 0Wllers. 'Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.' MR.DONTA ANTON RACKARD Mr. Donta Anton Rackard of 3213 E. Fern Street, passed away Friday, July 17, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 25, 2009, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, with Reverenl.! Burrows, pastor, officiatmg. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Rackard was a native of Florida and a resident of Tampa for 26 years. He attended Hillsborough County Schools and was a graduate of Chamberlain High School Class of 2001. He was a ber of First Baptist Church of College Hill and was employed as a Credit Manager at Rent-A-Center. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Rhodes: great grandmother, Eddie Burrell; grandmother, Dorothy Igles; aunt, Maxine Rackard great aunt, Jewell Dunkin and great cousin, Eddie Fluker. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Ronisha Rackard two sons, Ronald Rashad Rackard and Donta Ron devious Charles Rackard mother, Darleen A. Rackard: brother, Darnell Rackard: Holton-Warmack; father-inlaw, Ronald Worma.ck Sr. (Angela); sister-in-law, sierra Wormack; brother-in-law Ronald Wormack, Jr. all of Tampa; four aunts, jewell Johnson (Albert) of Alabama Canady (Marcel) of VIrginia, Mary Hopki.ns (Joseph) of Tampa, Marshanna Igles (Anthony Griffin) of Tampa; two uncles, Aaron Rackard, Sr. (Shirley) of Virginia and Robert Cleveland of Tampa; and a host of devoted cousins, in-laws, friends, and co-workers. The remains will repose after 5 P m., Friday, July 24 2009 at Ray Williams Funeral' Home: 301 N. Howard Avenue and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. at the Chapel. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AT THE FUNERAL SERVICE. Arrangements to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes and Northern OWllers. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4Q12 Email: raywms@ij.net JANNIE :'): The funeral service for Ms Jannie M. BroWll, who passed away July 15, 2009, will be held Saturday, July 25, 2009, at Allen Chapel AME Church 1109 E. Laura Street, Plant City. Jannie M. BroWll was born on November 14, 1927, to the parents, Aaron and Ella Johnson (deceased). She was educated in the Fairview Public Schools. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Obediah BroWll Sr.; daughter, Betty BrOWllj sons, James BroWll Sr. and Willie C. Brown and sisters, Lucille Blake, Mae Gaines, Marie Jackson and Verne Floyd. She leaves to cherish her memories: sons, Obediah Brown, Jr. (Frankie) and Jimmie L. Brown; daughter Patricia Jackson; dren, Arthur Grant Terry Mays, Curtis Brown, Yulanda Smith, Latisha Jones (Delroy), Latosha Brown, Roshea Br?wn, James 0. Brown, Jr., Eric Brown, Gary Brown Terrance Brown, Tammy Tammy Brown, K1m Calhns (Brian}, Tondra Moore, Shantavia Cotton Derek BroWll, Michael Brown' Jamarlon BroWll, Corey and Jerome Jackson; and a host of great and great great nep'hews, nieces, cousins, The Home Association, and many sorrowful friends. Viewing will be Friday, July 24, 2009, from 5-7 p. m. at Washington Funeral Home 909 W. Madison Street, Plant City. WASHINGTON FUNERAL HOME. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM BAILEY 7-21-24 Happy birthday Wishes are going to world's greatest. mother and what a grand one you were. You are so missed, we love you eternally. Your loving granddaughter Michelle BB Mills-' P. S. Give Michael a hug for me.

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IN MEMORIAM MRS. (GRANNIE) CCOY 5/14/15-7/26/07 It's been 2 years. We love and miss you dearly. Love, Elnora, Bobbi and family. MATTIE DORIS WILSON July 19th It's been several years since God called you home to rest. We love you but God loves you best. Happy birthday! IN MEMORIAM I Love. Your family: Lydia, Gail, Nicole, Ebba, Bernice, Tonya and family. MISS COOKIE Sunrise: July 15, 1961 Sunset: Aprilu, 2008 Trust in God, not man. Always loved and never forgotten. We miss you. Love, P.M.C. And N.V.E.P. and family. HAPPY33RD BIRTHDAY, MONTE SGT. MONTELLEO HOB LEY lt'' s been 2 years since you've been gone. We miss you so much and you will always remain in our hearts. Love, you r kids, Mrs. Barbara Bell, Ms. Nicki, Za'Rya and Bruce, the rest of the family and friends. We love you, but God loves you most!! IN MEMORIAM HERMAN TELFAIR, III (TIGER) August 4, 1976 -July 27, 1990 Not a day goes by that we are not reminded of how much we miss you. Your family. IN MEMORIAM GEORGE ANDERSON 7/26/05 It's been 4 years since you left us, but sometimes it seems like yesterday. Words can't express how much we miss you. We carry you with us in our hearts. Loving wife, Shirley. ALBERTA JOHNSON LOUISY 12/31/34-7/27/00 You are loved and missed very much b y all your children, sisters, grandchildten, great grands and friends. WHERE DOl GO NOW JADABARNER Daddy's baby girl has gone on home and I feel as she has left me all alone. But I've got Jaylon to carry me on, for I know God has taken her home. So, I'm really not alone. Bobby, David, Camille and Jamille will help me to carry Jaylon on. Yvonne and Debra will get along, because their little angel has gone -on home. ShaKeena, Eltoneisha, Elton, Shorty and Danielle were all part of Jada's farewell. -Sadly missed by your family and-friends. SIS. BERTP..A JACKSON 7/24/35-3/22/07 Ma: it's been 2 years since you left us. You'll be missed and adored always. The pain's all gone, why should we moan? Happy birthday. Love you, Michael, Pat, Lisa, Byron and Victoria. IN MEMORIAM MRS. CHRISTINE A. LOVE 10/4/1916-7/16/08 Mama Tena, it's been a year already. Your love will never fade, all of your memories are fresh. We miss your kindness and laughter -but we know God knows best-Your daughter, Imogene C. Hubbert; grandchildren, great grands and friends. Here planned tomorrow. .. ;. h. ., r-0 :::D c )> CJ) m z -t z m r;m c r r-gJ z ., c m r-c;; ::J: m c m < m -t c m CJ) c )> z c ., :!!' c C) m ...a. (11 I )>

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g MemoriamsjCards Of Thanks N 'O:t N ::> ..., >=' <( c a: LL. 0 a: LL c z <( 0 (/) w ::> .... fi: w > w 0 w l: (/) :::; III ::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::> III ...:. w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ..J LL < I CD .,... w HORACE BAITY It has been one year since you went to be with the Lord. We miss you dearly; your smile and all your elpful ways. You will always remain in our hearts. Wife, dad, mom and family. IN MEMORIAM WILLIE B. BROCK 4/1/17-7/25/08 A million times I've needed you, a million times I've cried. If love alone coulc have saved you, you never would have died. In life I loved you dearly, in death I love you still. For in my heart you have a place that no one else will fill. It broke my heart to lose you, but you didn't go alone, for part of me went with you, that day God took you home. Loving and missing you so very much are your children, grands, great grands and other family members and friends. t DINA E. WILLIAMS The family of Dina E . Williams would like to thank everyone for their prayers, food, calls, visits and various acts of kindness during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Tampa General Hospital, LifePath Hospice, The Sickle Cell Foundation, Ms. Dee's World Of Beauty, Elder Michelle B. Patty, Wilson Funeral Home, our extended Daytona Beach family, and a host of family and friends. Last but not least, New Life Tabernacle. May God continue to bless each of you. The Williams, Judkins and Walters families. LILLIE MAE JOHNSON Thank you for the many acts of kindness shown dur-. ing the sickness and passing of our Mother. She is resting now and with the Lord. We will see her again. A special word of thanks and appreciation to the following: Pastor T. D. Leonard and the Mt. Tabor M. B. Church, Bishop and Lady (Gayle) Matthew Williams, Elder Tommie Jones and the Brown's Memorial COGIC, Woody's Funeral Home and Excel Healthcare. The Family. CARD OF THANKS The family of Tameka Ja'Qway Campbell woulc like to thank everyone for their prayers, cards, flowers, telephone calls, food and all other acts of kindness shown during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Ray Williams Funeral Home, Reverend Clarence Brown, Reverend Terry Smith and Reverend Richard Wood-bury. May God bless each and every one of you. TAMEKA CAMPBELL National Obama: Health Care Reform Means Changes In Treatment For The Bener WASHINGTON President Obama said Wednesday he was unable to guarantee that health care reform won't change how Americans get medical treat ment but he said any changes would be necessary and posi tive President Obama is urfing Congress to move quickly to pass comprehensive health care reform. In a nationally televised news conference dominated by the health care issue, Obama delivered lengthy statements in response to Republican attacks on proposals he favors. He also attempted to ease the concerns of people left confused by the fierce debate Obama: PRES. BARACK OBAMA in Washington. He repeatedly emphasized that the spiraling costs of the current system would bankrupt the nation while denying coverage to millions -more Americans. Asked directly if he could guarantee that an overhauled health care system won't change how people receive treatment, Obama said no. "The whole point of this is to try to encourage what works," Obama said, addressing con cerns that reform would take away the ability of to chooll'limtilleir doctors and "The is already k Jmmc f h d rna mg some o t ese eci-sions, bobama said. "Insurance companies are making some of these deci sions." The reform proposals he backs would have experts make decisions based on the best medical treatment, not accountants attempting to save money or doctors prescribing treatments that bring the highest fees, Obama said. Police Who Arrested Professor 'Acted StupidiV' HENRY L. GATES, JR And PRES. BARACK OBAMA President Obama said that police in Cambridge, Massachusetts, "acted stupid ly" in arresting a prominent black Harvard professor last week after a confrontation at the man's home. Harvard University profes sor Henry Louis Gates Jr. talks Wednesday about his ordeal with Cambridge police. "I don't know, not having been there and not seeing all the facts, what role race played," Obama said Wednesday night while tak ing questions after a White House news conference Cambridge authorities dropped disorderly conduct charges against Henry Louis Gates Jr. on Tuesday. Obama defended Gates on Wednesday night, while admitting that he may be "a little biased," because Gates is a friend. "But I think it's fair to say, No. 1, any of us would be pretty angry; No. 2, that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home; and, No. 3 ... that there's a long history in this country of African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately." The incident, Obama said, shows "how race remains a factor in this society." The mayor of Campridge said she is going to meet with the city's police chiefto make sure the scenario that caused Gates' arrest does not hap pen again. Gates said Simmons called him to apologize. He told CNN on Wednesday that although charges had been dropped, he will keep the issue alive. Gates said he'd be prepared to forgive the arresting officer "if he told the truth" about what the director of Harvard's W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research said were "fabrications" in the police report. The officer, Sgt. James Crowley, told CNN affiliate WCVB earlier Wednesday that he will not apologize. Six Shot, wounded In Drive-Bv It Texas Southern HOUSTON ....:._A drive-by shooting at a community rally on the Texas Southern University campus Wednesday night left six people wounded, a school spokeswoman said. Police believe the incident was gang-related One male student was among the six people who were shot and treated for serious, but non-life threatening injuries, TSU spokeswoman Eva Pickens said. Witnesses told police that one car drove by and opened fire on the parking lot where a popular Houston rapper was promoting community service and voter registration, Pickens said.

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Classifieds ., c c_ c !< N N 0 0 The City of Tampa cordially invites all interested parties to attend a community meeting being conducted by the Department of Ecol!lbmio and Urban Development regarding a Tampa ComprehensiiJE!!Pian Map Amendment for a portion of the Central Park Co'ft!i'rtuJnity Redevelopment Area. The subject :: property is bounded by E. Scott Street to the south, Nebraska Avenue to the east, 1-4 to the north and 1-275 to the west. Hillsborough County Children's Board 1002 East Palm Avenue July 28, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact the Department of Economic Development at 813-274-8325. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR EMPLOYEE INSURANCE CONSULTANT SERVICES TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT The Authority is seeking qualified firms or individuals desiring to be considered for this project. The REP documents will be available on the Authority's website July 27, 2009, at www. tampaairport com; Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations. For questions regarding the RFP contact Debbie Northington at 813-870-7805. f11LLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT The Authority is seek_ ing qualified f i rms or individuals desiring to beconsidered for this project. The RFP doc Jllents'will be available on the Authority' s _website July '27, 2009, at Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations. For questions regarding the RFP contact Debbie Northington at FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE Ill LEGAL NOTICES HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ABANDONED VEHICLES LEFT AT TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Notice is hereby given that property abandoned at Tampa International Airport will be sold by public outcry as provided by law on Saturday. August 8. 2009 at 9 : 00A.M if not daimed by the rightful owner thereof Such public auction will be held at the Tampa Machinery Auction, Inc., located at 11720 US Highway 301 North, Thonotosassa, Florida. THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL BE offered for sale by competitive bidding AT THE TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC., and will be sold to the highest bidder : DATE IMP# YEAR MAKE/MODEL VIN# ABANDONED 161 2001 Chrysler 300M 2C3HE66G51 H569343 10/31/08 47678 2003 Pontiac Grand Am 1 G2NF52F73C238650 04/28/09 271 2002 Ford Explorer 1 FMZU73E72ZA24995 02/20/09 190 1989 Honda Civic 1 HGED364 7KA090140 01/06/09 239 1989 Buick 4Dr 1 G4CW54C2K1667190 01/22/09 131 1988 Pontiac Bonneville 1 G2HX5439JW212835 10/02/08. 22 1978 Volkswagen Van 2382019900 09/20/08 171 1980 Amer 2Dr AOA065C 17 4676 11/27/08 11 1992 Mercury Topaz 1MEPM31X9NK638919 10/09/08 247 1994 Saturn LS 1G8ZF5592RZ287757 12/01/08 46584 1993 Hyundai 4Dr 2HMBF22TOPB094267 10/31/06 270 1984 Dodge Van 2B1HB23T3EK203873 11/20/08 266 1997 Nissan 1 N6SD 11 S6VC397008 05/06/09 208 1990 Ford F150 1FTDF15Y4LNB24722 03/17/09 245 1998 Mazda 4Dr 1YVGF22C1W5712314 04/20/09 The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority/Tampa Machinery Auction Inc., reserves the right to remove any vehicle from the auction at any time and to reject any or all bids. Vehicles will be sold "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY COVENANTS OR WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE ON THE PART OF THE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY/TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION. INC, Vehicles will be on display from 7 :30A. M to 9 : 00A.M on the day of sale Questions concerning the sale may be addressed to Lori Lowenthal at 813/870-7855 no later than 2 :00 PM on Friday, August 7, 2009 or the Tampa Machine _ry Auction at 813/986 2485 on August 7, 2009, before 5:00P.M. Notices will be posted at the Tampa International Airport Impound Vehicle Storage Lot located at 4812 W. South Avenue, Tampa Florida, and in the Administrative Office lobby areas on the third floor of the Main Terminal and second floor of the Service Building at Tampa International Airport 5503 W. Spruce Street, Tampa, Florida . Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO COM ,.v i Teachers :" o;t:_1 ... ,. ... ... _... Witll:.40 Hours ."' .. :. Or'CDA Wanted .... Call (813) 237-8771-For More Information SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS Ill Tl-iiS 'COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT : -l. f CONTACT LAVORA:c @(8 .1,3j)4B-1921 ': FOR. 'Of%TAILS ON PLACING YOUR LEGAL OR C/..ASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT ., ,... 0 (J) m z :::! z m ,... tD c ,... ,... m :::! z ., c tD ,... Cii ::I: m c m < m -4 c m (J) c )o z c ., c

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c [2 LL c z < c en w :::;) 1-w iii c w X en :::i m :::;) D.. z t= w ...J ...J :::;) m IN THE CIRC UIT C O URT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AN D F O R H I LLSBO R OUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Cas e No.: 2009-0377 4 D ivision J DEUTS CHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPA NY, as Trustee on behalf of the holders of the Terw i n Mortgage Trust 2007-2A LT, Asset Backed Cert i ficates Ser ies 200 7 -2AL T w ithout recourse (Plaintiff) vs SOMNIA OROZCO and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SOMNIA OROZCO; CARLOS TARRIO; SUTTON BANK; SOMERSET PARK CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION INC. INC.; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possess ion of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given pursuant to the final judgment/order entered in the above noted case, that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as: UNIT NO. 2856-A, BUILDING 11 OF SOMERSET PARK, A CONDOMINIUM, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM RECORDED IN O.R. BOOK 15971, PAGE(S) 1 THROUGH 101, AND ALL EXHIBITS AND AMENDMENTS THEREOF, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA ...J,' w Z : at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash at 2:00 P M .. on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street Tampa, Florida C 33602 on August 10. 2009. The highest' bidder shall immediately [2 post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final g bid. The deposit be cash or cashier's check payable to the u.. Clerk of the Court Final payment must be made on or before 12:00 P.M. the next business day by cash or cashier's check 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 lb. day of July. 2009. PAT FRANK Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /s/ LORI DAVIS-CROSS DEPUTY CLERK Contact LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSB O R O U G H COUNTY, FL O RIDA C a se N o 09-DR-3365 Division: J MA RCO PETIT Plain tiff vs. T A NEY A ASHLEY GREEN Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY AND CUSTODY TO: Taney Ashley Green Address Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Marco Petit. whose address is 9862 Morris Glen W ay, Tampa. FL 33637 on or before August 3, 2009, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, fl 33602 (Room 1 01), before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition Copies of all court docu ments 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 distnissal or striking of pleadings In accordance with the Amerlcah s Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodations to participate in this hearing should contact the c oordinator not later than seven (7) days prior to the proceeding at 813-272-7040 or via Florida Relay Serv i ce at 1-800-955-8770 Dated this mil day of June, 2009. PAT FRANK Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /s/ CYNTHIA DEPUTY CLERK Request for Proposals Concession Facility at AI L o pez Park 4810 North Hime s Avenue, Tam p a Florid a The C ity o f T ampa (collectively the C i ty") gives notice of its r equest for subm i ss i on of proposals f rom qualified firms and/or indiv i duals who can construct operate and maintain a Concess i on Facility with i n a 50 x 50 foot area which is located within AI Lopez Park to serve coffee, beverages refreshments and other products for the convenience of all persons patronizing the park Proposals must be consistent with applicable laws, o r dinances and regulations governing the location and address the Facilities planning, des i gJ,-,,,construction and implementing the Project. Js in All proposals shall be submitted in a sea le d envelope to the City of Tampa, Purchasing Department 306 East Jackson Street, 2-E, Tampa, Florida 33602 no 12:00 Noon on Friday, August 28, 2009. Mark the outside of the sealed envelope "Concession rights at AI Lopez Park, RFP # 001." Submission must include sufficient information and evidence of legal and financial capability to carry out the terms of the proposal. Earnest Money Deposit is required Interested Parties are invited to attend a pre-proposal meeting that will be held at AI Lopez Park Hunt Center on Wednesday, August 19, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. On site tours of the project site will be conducted immediately following the p r e-proposal meeting. The City of Tampa Real Estate Division does not pay any Real Estate brokerage commissions The payment of any said fees will be the sole responsibility of the person who submitted the Proposal (RFP) After the submittal deadline, all proposals are subject to the "Public Records Law" pursuant to applicable state law A City of Tampa Proposal Form and additional information applicable to the project may be downloaded from the City of Tampa website at www tampagov.net Department of Growth Management & Development Services, Real Estate Division or by contacting Margene Fales of the City of Tampa Real Estate Division at (813) 27 4-8001. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals, either in whole or in part, with or without cause, waive any informality of any proposals, cancel the request for proposals and to make the award in the best interest of the City, subject to City Council approval. HILLS BOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment EN\iiRONMENTAL SCIENTIST II (LABORATORY) $40,768 STOREROOM MANAGER $27,830 See our we'b site at http://www hccsb org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard 17tn Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets AAIEEO Employer Get That Perfect Part Time Paying Job Working For An : oil Firm t,s A Local I, Andc:rEarn More. Uob Requirements: Good English, Internet Access ) .ny Previous Experience An Advantage. Working Could Be Applicants Should Send T.heir Resume To Jason Wheller Email jasonwheller27@gmail.com For. More Info View Our Website @ .flsentinel.com

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Parent COIDIDUnitv Meeting Held A I Middleton J Last weekend, members of the community gathered at Middleton High School to discuss its future with Ms. MaryEllen Ella,. Superintendent of the Hillsborough County School District. The Middleton High School Alumni Association hosted the meeting Calvin Simmons is its president. (Photographs by Micheal Floyd, Jr.). Cathy Waters, Student Intervention Specialist, is shown with Guidance Counselor Elmer Rhone. Brenda Jordan, left, and Evangeline Best attended the informative meeting at the school. Middleton employees Athletic Secretary Yvette Carr, .eft, is shown with the principal's secretary, Verna Warren. Former Hillsborough County School Board member Doris Ross Reddick spoke at the meeting. Denese M J ames i s shown with Calvin Simmons, president of the Middleton High School.Alumni Owen Young is shown with George Fekete at the meeting. McKinley Thompson is one of more than 30 people who spoke during the meeting. Joshua Browne attended the meeting about the futur e of Middleton High School. Vivian Heyward was among those who the audience at the meeting. Superintendent Elia invited the community to get involved in solving the problems at the school. Among those in attendance at the meeting were Aldwin CacereS imd Alba Marrero. Latonya Anderson, left is shown with Allison Edgecomb. Resource Teacher Ross Anderson is shown with Dr. Pansy Director of

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Birthday Greetings I A Queen's King J.J.AndQUE Happy birthday!!! J.J.AndQUE Since 1999 ... From, Da Boss' Lady and your princesses!! SHAWN And BONE Happy birthday to Tampa's finest DJ. Bone, get your swagger on, do you 'cause you're so decka Go DJ 'cause that's my DJ Welcome Home BOBBIE MCDOWELL Welcome home my son, Bobbie McDowell. Happy birthday. Love, your mother, Beverly Maddox. DJBONE Even though we're just in laws, we have been through a lot. So, on this day I would like to wish my ace a happy birthday. From, Teia, a k.a Basket. She's still fly! Why? Cause she' s got a big ego. No time for stressing, 'cause it's her time to shine. So, as she says, watch her do her 'cause she's decka. Happy birthday, Ms. Go Getta. Love always, your sister, Reka, your Logg, family and friends. SHAMICKA Well, it's that time a gain. Sh e will be c elebrating her 18th birthday on Saturday, July 25th with family and friends. Time to get all the way live and most definitely will be Happy birthday to my daughter, Shamicka. Love you baby. From, your mom. ZAYDENLUKE Happy birthday to Zayden, who turned 2 on the 2. st. He will be celebrating with friends and family. We love you, Pooh. Mommy, Bobbie Luke, Zamora and the entire Ellis clan. LAQUITA July 27th, 2009 A year older, so most defi nitely a year wiser Congratulations on making it this far. Happy birthday. Love, your sister, Shericka ODELL, JR. We love you very much The Girls. MO. MARTHA WILLIAMS At16 MO. MARTHA WILLIAMS At79

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Q') All About Y o u! o:i N ::::> -, 0 a: u.. c a: I.L c z ct c CJ) w ::::> .... i%: w > w c W ::1: CJ) :::l m ::::> D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> m w z t= z w CJ) c( c a: 0 ...J I.L To B.e Wed ... SHAWANDA THOMAS And BERNARD ROGERS On this da y I will marry my friend, my lover, my soulmate Shawanda Thomas to Bernard Thomas, Saturd a y July 25, 2009 3 : 30 p m., Beulah Baptist Institutional Church Whoso findeth a wife, findeth a good thing and obtaineth favour of the Lord. Proverbs 18:22. 15 And Counting July 23,. 2009 Happy 15th anniversary to the most wonderful par ents, Steven and Audry Williams. Love always Your chil dren, Porscha, Shakara and Santiira. MR. And MRS STEVEN (AUDRY) WILLIAMS !vlount Calvary junior Academy Kindergatten -8th grade NOW REtiSfERINt FOR THE 20094010 SCHOOL YEAR wE OFFER;. 1. Bible-based instruction 2. Caring, loving certified teachers 3. H i gh value at an affordable rate 4. Florida Pride scholarships .-. 5 Computer lab with and netwprk 6 A safe drug free eiwirontnent for students 7. Extracurricular activities 8. Challenging academic program 9 Personal attention given to students . . 10. Outstanding students. 11. Hot, nutritious meals daily 12. Fully accredited curriculum 13. Small class size 14. Before and after school program 15. Reading and math labs .16. Music (String Ensemble) Training minds, hearts, and hands for worthy and productive service. a registr a tion packe4. ... .. ,, ... 3111 East Wilder Avenue Tampa, :Florida 3 3 610 MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE (L-R): RALPH BELL, REV. LEATRICIA WILLIAMS, IRENE BROWN NEWBERRY, SAM SMITH, CURTIS WALKER CAROLYN MCCORMICK WATKINS, OPHELIA BALL, LUV ATOR NELSON, PAMELA MCNEIL, CAROLYN RUSS, JACKIE DUPREE. (Back Row) RONALD ANDERSON, MACEO CHANEY, ESTELLE CLARK, FRED HEARNS, HOWARD SPOTFORD, GARY ELLERSON And MARY HOBLEY. (Not pictured, GLADYS COUSIN). The Class of 1966 received the Recognition Award for the largest number of classmates in atten dance (20) at the 2009 Middleton S e nior High School All-Class Reunion. RODNEY HIGDON, JR. Congratulations to Rodney Higdon, Jr., who will be competing in the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics in Greensboro, NC from 7/28/09 thru 8/2/09. Rodney is in 1st place for the State of Florida in the Soom run Rodney is also on the elite 100 Honor Roll National Rankings for the USATF. Parents; Kendra an<;} Rodney Higdon; sister, Bria; grandparents, Leontyne. Goosby and David Goosby, Juanita Higdon and the late, Randy Higdon, Sr. Church: St. John PMB Chur c h, Rev. Bartholomew Banks, Sr., Pastor. Lucky Seven = 7 Years, 7th Month On 27th Day Anniversar And Birthda MICHAEL And LINDA SANDERS Ieckey, after all this time, you're still my one and only love. You' re my partner, my lover and my friend You' re the one I share good news with, the one I come to for advice And when life makes me tired, I find shelter in God and your arms. All my love, Linda. Linda, after all this time, you're still the one who moves me, the only one whose touch can reach my soul. Over these thou sands of hours and hundreds of ordinary days, our extraorpinary love -bas grown beyond anything I could have imagined That's why: after all this time, I'm still in love with you Happy birth day. All my life, Ieckey. uThe Voice of Our Comn1unity Speaking for

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GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St' 248-3779 Pastor Early Morning Worship8 A.M. Sunday School-9 : 30A.M Morning Worship -10:50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 REV. Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9:30A. M Morning Worship 10:45 A.M Bible Class 4 :30P. M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 P BROWN MEMORIAL I CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A .M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Chch Where-The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. anq Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@ aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 s Supper "(Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRIO..AND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST HAROLD RODRIQUEZ-MINISTER 3310 N. 29th St. TAMPA. FL 33605 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242-4572 EMAIL: romello@verizon.net Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15A. M Moming Worship ................. 10:30 A M Evening Bible Class .............. S :OO P .M. Evening Worship ................... 6 :00 P M Wednesday Night Class ...... .7:00 P.M. Personal Work: 1st Sat... .. 1 0-12 Noon FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES REV."a.t;;Wtl;l.lltnU Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday-7 P M Sunday School -:9 :30 A M Morning Worship-10:55 A. M Church Van -(813)'627-0338 HERITAGE CHRISnAN COMMUNITY BAP11ST CHURCH Hillsborougb High School 5000 N -central Ave. Tampa, FL 33603 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Service 8 :00 A. M Bible Study Tuesday 7 :00P.M. Heritage Christian Community Baptist Ch-urch 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 New Testament M; "B. Church Of Tbonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 (813) 986-3971 (813) 610-1252 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, Jlf. Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Sun. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil 4 :13 ST. MATIHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708'E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 -(813) 6280752 *Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com. Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A M. Sunday School 9:30a.m Morning Worship 11 a m ... -# -Service Wednesday 7 p.m. Study of the Bible Wed. 7 :30 -8:30 p.m. Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8:30 9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednes_day 7 -8:30 p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10 a m. Youth Siple Institute 12 -4 p.m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 11 p .m. REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor Missionary Church 50th Street Tampa; Aorida GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH ;.........., 813-242-6268 .. Sunday Morning Church School@ 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship@ 11:00 A. M. Thursday Night Youth Bible Stliay@ 6:30P.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study@ 7:00P.M; Mor.ning H:OO A M . YPWW 6 :00 P M . W()t:Ship : r ; .oo. &.lvt & FRIDAY :even Servfce 7 RM 3325 E : St. Sunday School -9:45a. m Morning Worship 11 a m Evening Worship : 5 p .m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7 :30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES 10511 Main Street Thonotasassa, Florida' DR.THOMAS L. II Sunday School 9 :3oA.M: Morning Worship 11A.M. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 P.M. l:J c c.. c: !:;: N flo N 8 CD r-0 l:J c > en m z -t z m r-1 r r-g] z ., c: m r-u; ::z: m '0 dlJ .-:< :C! m en c > z c l:J 6

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Q) 0 0 N oti' N ::J "") <( c a: LL. .,I. \ \.trk \ li,,i.m.lr\ ll.oplil ( lnu dt l ..,lwrrill<,tr. t l Pori l unp.! loritl.t ;j(, i (, IIH l J H l'l-a2f.l Pastor !Teacher "Buildin g O n A Fi1m F o u ndatio n Sunday Sdtool 9:30 A.M. Sunday Morning W o rship -10:55 A.M. Tuesday Night Bible Study 6 P M. 1 Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible S tud y 6 :30 P .M. Transporta t i on Serv i ces A vaila ble FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 W Palmetto St. 879-1351 REV. ANTHONY GREENE, Pastor Sunday School -9:30A.M. Moming Worship-11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday-7:30 P.M. "To Know Christ And To Make Christ Known" BE REVIVED! St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church Rev. Nathaniel Sims, Pastor 14518 7th St. Dade City 33523 REVIVAL! REVIVAL! REVIVAL! Guest Speaker: REV. G. I. BRADLEY Palmetto, Florida 7:30P.M. Nightly July 29,30 & 31,2009 Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church ST. JIHN. CATHEDRAL 34.U1. E. 25th AV.ehnueJampa, FL {Corner Of34th st & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (8.13) 248 Or (813) Fax; 242 Suncta I ........ y: Careline: 248,.HELP. Bkbdp Eddiit Newkid(; St. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE A.M. SpiritUal AM. Sqh()QI/ Oriehtatibn 1 '0:45Worshi . Service (Youth 2nd/ .nd 3rd Sunday$) Tuesday:: 12tOO Noon Intercessory wJaibiE;1 $tuoy Wadilesday: 5 :30 p ; M Free Tutorial 6 :45, P M Aduit & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us: At: Missior) Ch.urch inner city reachingolit to. the community by ministering to the whpfe rrwJ.n m OUtr$acn Mln i$trt U, t'KJAH COMMUNITY; INC./ w HOUSEOF LYDIA f Sunday School Lesson A New Beginning C"f or years people have J been dealing with long term debt They have moved, relocated, and carried the debt with them. People have been in bondage to debt for more than half of their life and some of their children inherit the debt. In the early days of exis-NEW Mt. ZION a . CHURCH, INC 2511 E Columbus Qr: or 247-3899 Eariy Morning Worship 7:55A. M sunday MOrning WiiSI:iip-A : M -10: 5 .5A M ; W<1; F.amily Nigllt 7 P M Dea JOhn c. Lovett, Chairman Board Of tence when God was estab lishing His people, He made provisions for them to be delivered from the po wer an<;} effects of debt. He established a time frame for how long a person could be in debt and when they were to be delivered. In this week's lesson in Leviticus 25:8-21, 23, 24, God lays out the plan for debt relief The fiftieth year shall be called a year of jubilee (vs. 10). It was in this year that all people were to be released from all of their debts and if they were in bondage because of debt they were to be released. God is a God of freedom. He desires for His people to be free from anything that bounds you and keeps you from living the life of freedom and redemption. God includes forgiveness of debt among one another. One of the biggest problems in the community of faith is how individuals treat each other. God says to them that if they do business between one another do not take advan tage of each other (vs. 14, 17). It i s natural for them to buy and sell from each other, but so is the tendency to take advantage of each other. When Christians do busi ness with one another, they should not expect goods and services to be free, nor should the price be inflated. God created a system that made it possible for peopl e to own their own land Land in their time was a valuab l e commodity It was important for families to maintain prop erty. Even today, families must make sure they main tain a family sense of identity through property ownership In a ll things pertaining to living a life pleasing to God there must be faith and trust. In business, people must exhibit faith a nd trust in God in all People must do God says, keep His judgments and do th em (vs. 18). t If people learned to trust and obey God in business, they would discover that He would give them more busi ness. In practicing jubilee in business, God made sure that there was more than enough to cover any loss that a person would encounter as a result of forgiving debt. God made provisions for them in the sixth year that would 1 ast them for the next three during the season of jubilee (vv. 21). When God sees that you have an obedient spirit and a willing ness to forgive others debt, He will make sure you have enough. Sometimes the best way to get more from God is by giv ing more to others. If you help someone be delivered from bondage, God will reward you. Some of the most blessed and thriving businesses are those who are willing to help others and not take advantage of people. God intends for all to have an opportunity to be free from debt. During that process pf being redeemed from debt the expectation is not to go out and make new debt. Don't let debt hold you down, God has given you a fresh start.

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Local ., c First Annual Cancer Research Department Banquet Planned c.. c: !< BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Improved Benevolent Prot ective Order Elks of the World (I.B.P.O of W.) Florida State Association of Temples will host its First Annual Cancer Research Department Banquet. The banquet wi ll take place on Saturday, July 25th, 4 p. m until 6 p. m. It will take place at the Elks Club, corner of N. 29th Street and E Columbus Drive. The guest speaker for the event is Brian M. Rivers, PhD, MPH Moffitt Cancer Center Health Outcomes & Behavior. Other speakers include Dr. Dana Glenn, of James Haley V. A. Hospital and Mrs. Evelyn Wright, of Beulah Baptist Church. Dr. Glenn attended BRIAN M. RIVERS, PHD, MPH Moffitt Cancer Center Health Outcomes & Behavior Hillsborough Community College, where she earned her AA with honors. She continued her education at the University of Florida and DAUGHTER ANN JENKINS Improved Benevolent Protective Order Elks oftheWorld graduated with a B. S. with honors. She graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, with a Doctor of Medicine New Barbershop Has Special Treat For Grand Opening Ray DeMoulin has always been community conscious. Throughout his career as a barber, he's always tried to find a way to give something back to the community, and to provide mentoring for young people. After years of working for other shopsh on Saturday, January 25t DeMoulin will host the grand opening of his shop, Whoo's Next Barber Shop. As a special feature, will offer $11 haircuts on Mondays, $10 haircuts on Tuesdays, and on Wednesdays you will get a golf putt for a free haircut. "J .'ve always tried to be innovative in my business approach, and I think I've RAYDEMOUUN come up with a great concept. "I'm fully aware of the hardships a lot of families face these days, and that's why I wanf to make this grand opening a family fun day." DeMoulin also will be pro viding haircuts for men who have lost their jobs and can't afford it. "I want to help them look good for that important inter view. We're going back to the hold way of doing business, and I feel this is a new way of dealing with the current eco nomic crisis that everyone is dealing with. "This is a time for all of us to unite and help each other." The grand opening will be held at the sh en m z ::::! z m r I m c: r r z ., c: m r en :I: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., ::c B

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0) Local N Gospel Comedv Show fE The Gospel Comedy Show "Soulfunny" was on display during the 4th of July holiday weekend at the Sheraton Riverwalk in downtown Tampa. (Photos by Julia Jackson) c a: u. c z .<( c en w :;:) .... > a: w > w c w J: en :::i m :;:) a. z j::: w ..J ..J :;:) m ..:.. w z j::: z w en i: a: 0 ..J u. The Cepeda McKay Band also provided live entertainment. St PETER CliVER cATHOLIC SCHOOL A Tampa Tradition Since 1894 OPEN HOUSE-JULY 25, 2009-10:00 A.M.-2:00P.M . -;_ FOUNDED IN 1894 NOW ENROLLING 'Small Class Sizes -Safe Environment -Qaily REGIStRA 0 ,. Pre-K through gth Grade After scholarships and Tuition Assistance Available Located conveniently near downtown Tampa 1401 Governor Street Tampa, Florida 33602 For more Information, please call 813-224-0865 QUALITY EDUCATION IN A CHRISTIAN ENVIRONMENT Gospel diva, comedian G. L. Davis of Comic Jam and Soul Funny. Rev. Jeffery Johnson of 34th Street Church of God opened the gospel show with a word of prayer. Soulfunny hostesses were Wanda, LaToya and Mary. Church shoutouts were. given by Sonja of 34th Street Church of God before the D. J. Mack provided live entertain-ment. Subscribe 'Iodav! HThe Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' Call: 813 248-'1921 ...

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Social July Birthday Celebrants Birthdays are a blessing from God. Happy birthday to: Brenda Johnson, Diana Wright, Barbara Fields. and Margaret Matthews. Sha.ne (TJiuthi) Anthony, IV, celel:irating his birthday at Lithia Springs on Friday, July 17th with family and friends. 29th Street Church Of Christ Brother Harold Rodriguez, Pastor and congregation send birthday wishes to: Tracy Eastmon, Guydell B. Maxfield, II, Latasha Homer, Bridget Jackson, Erick Green, Vernest Pilcher, Willie Parker, Jr., Luther McLendon, Larry Tillman, Leona Williams, Helen McMillan, John Dixon and Connie Boone. Uplifting Prayers If it were not for the Lord on our side, where would we be? Let us keep the sick and shut-ins in our daily prayers: Louise Reed, Ceasar Morgan, Lena Daniels, Leona Williams, Dorothy York, Mr. and Mrs. Perry (Alethia) King, Perethia King, Margaret Morgan, Peggie Henderson, Helen McMillan, Eliz Bethea, Cathy Kirsey, Mary H. Ford, Della Vickers, Mildred Hanna, Mary Darby, Mary Allen, Lillie Mae Thomas, Kena Sailsbury, Yvetta DeLama, Cynthia Hall, J aybest Coffee and Traci Taylor. Surprise Visit Mrs. Peggy Lise got a surprise visit last week from her brother, Milton Early from Sacramento, CA. While "TT ::D B here they had a family gettogether with nieces and nephews. What a wonderful time they had! www.homelesshh com. Progress Blvd. (between 78th -c.. c: Community Hour Of Power Prayer Band The Community Hour Of Power Prayer Band meets every Thursday morning at 10:30 a. m. at St. James AME Church. They are a group of God's children gathered together on one accord to learn the Word of our Father. Come out and share, every. one is welcome. Homeless Helping Homeless (HHH) HHH, 2626 E. 32nd Avenue, Tampa, FL, 33610, phone (813) 516-2770, fax (813) 315-6009, has obtained their first shelter with 16 beds available. Their goal is to have 75 beds by the end of this year for anyone who is in a dis tressful situation. The mission is to make an impact in individuals' lives even though we have our own plights through bad choices, economic circumstances and mental/physical challenges. Visit them at the website My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry Inmates can request a FREE Bible and greeting cards by writing to: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 4618, Tampa, FL, 33677-4618. The Newsletter has been on hold, but will start back soon. Correction on names listed as leaders at Lake C.l., who come together in UNITY ... Deon Johnson and Juan Rodriguez. Progress Village Family And Friends Reunion Good fellowship, good food and good fun for all! Jump aboard the Carnival's Cruiseline Sensational as it sails to the Bahamas. For more info, call Debora Barr at (813) 417-6654. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m. and 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing, toys and household items at 8716 St and Faulkenburg Rd. ) Scipture (John 10:11, 18) /-am the good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep ... No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down and I have pow. er tQ take it.again. This commandment have I received of my Father. ThoughtForToday "A smile is a passport that will take you anywhere you want to go. n F. Y.I. Let us keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers as he tries to bring change for everyone. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily. Remember the helpers in the kitchen: Thelma, (813) 671-3614, Family Deli, (813) 671-1541 or H. 0. P., (813) 238-5221. Call your news in to Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! Yes We Can! NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Public hearing will consider requests for changes to the Tampa Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to Chapter 97-351, Laws of Florida, and Chap ter 163.3197, Florida Statutes, the Hillsbor ough County City-County Planning Commis sion intends to consider changes to the Tampa Comprehensive Plan Building Our Legacy A Livable City for the purpose of ma, king a recommendation to the Tampa City Council. at a oublic hearino to be held: TIME: DATE: PLACE: 5:30p.m. Monday,August10,2009 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18111 FL County. Center Building, Tampa, FL The proposed amendments described below potentially affects the areas shown on the map. A PA 09-01 -A study and the need for any Future Land Use map amendments for an area in the vicinity of 50th street and 10th Avenue, approximately 250 acres. B PA 09-03-Future Land Use map amendment approximately 3.5 acres from Medium Density Residential (R-35) to Community .::xed Use-35 in the vicinity of Busch Boulevard and N. 50th Street. PA 09-02-A text amendment to Chapter 3: Structuring Growth for Uvability amending the city's long-term policy addressing the Port of Tampa and Port Master Plan. The public is inVited to attend the public hearing. The Planning Commission may consider altemative proposals which may affect all or parts of the land identified Any person 'Nishing to appeal a decisioh made by the Planning Commission need a record of the proceedings, and for that purpose, may need to arrange for a verbatim record of the proceedings that inetudes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Reports 'Nill be available for review one WAek in advance of the hearing date. A copy of the proposed amendments may be inspected at the Planning Commission offices, County Center, 18th Floor, 601 East Kennedy Blvd Tampa, FL 33602, between the hours of 7:45 a m and 5:00 p.m ., Monday-Friday, except holidays, or on the Planning Commission website at WlfM'. theplanningcommisssion.org. Written comments or requests for additional information should be directed to Robert B. Hunter, FAICP, Executive Director, phone (813) 272-5940 If you require special accommodations to participate in this meeting, please call Tony LaCona, AICP at 273-377 4, ext. 350 at least three working days before the meeting !< N Jlt' N 8 CD "TI ... 0 ::D en m z -4 z m r;m c: ... ... z "D c: m ... Ci) ::r: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )lo z c ::D B C) m CD m

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Local Event Surprise BOth Birthdav Celebration ., ::u c }< c.. c !< N A surprise 8oth birthday celebration for Deacon David Walker was held last week at St. Matthew Development Childcare Center. He was blessed by the presence of many family members, church friends and the community (Photos by Julia Jackson) Birthday honoree Deacon David Walker is surrounded by many from his family: Manny, Alcide, Reginia, Allen-Michael, Steven, Yakima, Rhonda, Brenda, Sadie, Brianna, LaTonyam Ebony, Patricia, David, Quinton, Dorothy, Regina, Keisha, Nuke, Greg and Reggie. Bottom row, Mildred, P. J., T. J., Chris, Carolyn, honoree, Elder Robert Douglas, Margaret Jordon, Janice Tayor, Sabrina, David, Devin, Sonya, Nikki, Remeka, Savannah, Dephine and Calef. He received a phone call from his granddaughter, Shanticia Hawkins in Durham, N.C. The honoree with his children: Ronald Walker of Atlanta, Elder Robert Douglas, Rev. David Walker; and daughters, Carolyn Taylor and JaniceWalker of Orlando. Daughters-in-law of the honoree presented a poem of apprecia.. -From left, Sadie, Douglas; Brenda Walker and -Patricia Walker. Former co-worker and former supervisor at HART, Bill Jones was a program participant. Deacon Tony and Patricia Hines were among the guests at the surprise birthday party. Son-in-law of the honoree, Alcide Cador. N 0 0 CD ., r-0 ::u c )> tn m z ::1 z m r-1 m c r rm ::1 z "'D c m r-c;; :::1: m c m < m ::u -< The honoree's great-grandchildren gave a mime performance: c! Phillip Williams and Nickkie Lewis. m fJ) Pianist Byron Lavender accompanied the honoree's great grand-_ daughter, Taelor ... .. Visit Our Model Today At: 3705 Hillcrest Circle CALL NOW! II (813)218-3729 VIsit Our www.amhousing.com c )> z c ., :!! c

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Social Event Middleton High School All-Class Reunion And 15th Anniversarv The Middleton High School All-Class Reunion and 74th Anniversa ry of the sch ool was held June 24-28th with a variety of ac tivit ies h e ld throughout the city The weekend concluded with a pi c nic at Rowlett Park on Sunday afternoon (Photos courtesy of Fred Hearns and C. Simmons) Teacher/Coach Teresa Manuel and standing, Fannie Keith, Fred Hearns, and former Tiger and student, Mordecai Walker. Alumni Cytlthia Brady and Scholarship Banquet MC Les Miller. Lloyd Mumphord entertained the crowd on his harmonica at the Tiger picnic at Rowlett. Park. Alum Ronald Long. Teacher Alfred Nelson. Alums Bob Massey, William Grayson, Carlton Nelson, Lester Vickers and two-time Super Bowl Champion Lloyd Mumphord. Woodrow Simmons. 3602 rthAvenue *Tampa, FL .. I Keys Made Latex Flat White PainL ........... $5.99 Oii.Outside White Palnt.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set ......................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea_ ; LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 'TI r-0 JJ 0 )> en m z ::::! z m r-1 aJ c: I= m ::::! z ., c: aJ r-c;; ::1: m 0 m < m JJ < -f c: m en 0 )> z 0 'TI 0 Ci) m ..... Cf aJ

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Hea l th News Aromatherapv If you commute daily, and are s tressed out by the traffic jams or if you r e nodding off a t th e w h ee l sooth your ro a d rage b y fillin g y our car with r ejuve n a t ing sce nts like peppermint or c inn a mon, wh i ch c a n lo we r a n x i e ty and lessen fatigue. Beware 01 Trans Fats Tr a ns f atty a cid s a r e cre ate d w h e n h ydroge n is adde d t o a liquid f a t w hic h chang es th e m e l ti n g p ro p e rties so tha t th e p rod u ct re m a in s s oli d li ke m a r ga r i n e or sh o rt en ing. L i ke sa tu ra t ed fat and die t ary c h o lest ero l tra n s f a ts raise L D L ( b ad) c h o l es t e r o l w hi c h acc u mul a t es o n a rt ery walls. Eve n w o rse tra n s f a t s m ay l owe r H D L ( g ood) c h o l es t erol, w hich tra n sp ort s c h o l esterol back t o th e liver f o r dispos al. T ra n s f a t s consumption cor relates to a higher risk for heart problems caused by narrowing of the arteries Here are a few sources of trans fats : Baked Good, such as bread, cakes, coo k i es, crackers and pi es. Marga rin e or s h orteni ng. Fried pot a toes. Pot ato c hips, corn chips popcorn Salad dressings Breakfast cereals. Candy. Read the labels before you buy the products. Strengthen Your Immune svstem There are five important things we need to do to have an immune system that protects us from invasion, sickness and ill health The more of the fol lowing five things that you do the stronger your body will be. Eat a lot of shiitake mush rooms, either raw or in soups and teas. Garlic, crushed and added to ginger tea is a wonderful im mune pick me up. Ginger might just be one of the greatest gifts to the immune system. Also make sure the garlic is crushed to release its immune boosting phytonutrients Walk or lightl y jog for 45 min utes a day By doing either, the production of new bone marrow is happening instantly. But the catch is ... you have to do this every single day! It is vital that you push yourself to get the heart pumping at least 15 minutes of the 45 minute target. Inclusive of your _immune system, you will also be helping your heart, blood pressure, cholesterol and stress. Zinc is a prime mineral for the immune system. All you need is 75 mgs daily and look for a brand that has the supreme zinc compound OptiZinc which is a form o f zinc that is easil y ass i mila t e d b y the body O rga ni c Non i Juice. Th e noni b erries conta in a virtu al s mor gasbord of immune s ys t e m b oos tin g and d i s e a se -fi ghti n g p h yto nutri ents. M a ke sure you look for pure Noni Juice and it must be organic. (All of your foods should be; the benefits are gigantic in purity antio xidant cont ent and freedom from pesticides.) These are the 5 vital steps to a strong immune system. How ever, there is always more you can do and different people need different things to im prove their health and wellness Eat Y our veuuies Inadequ a t e c onsumption of f ruits and veggie s is a clea r ri sk f a ct o r for canc e r En vironmenta l and li fes tyl e f ac tors ac c ount for 3 5 % o f o th e r ca ncer d eat h s. O t her r i s k s include: s m oking, a l c ohol u s e/abuse, b e in g ove r we i ght o r o b e se, a ir polluti o n n ot ge tting e nou g h exe r c i se, un safe sex, in d oor s m oke f rom u se of so lid fue l s, a n d con t am in ate d inj ec ti on s in m edical se ttin gs. There is a corre l at ion b e tween o besity and breast a nd ov ari a n cancers. And not e a ting enough fruits and veggies has been linked to colon esophageal, lung and stomach cancers. STEPHEN A. WILUAMS, M.D., P.A. 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But I met these outreach workers 3 weeks ago and they sup plied me with condoms and lube! And they told me if I needed anymore just give them a call and they would bring me more. Can you believe that? Now I always have a supply on me thanks to the Community L.I.F.E. outreach team. 11 brick by brick, block by block, callous hand by callous hand ... together ordinary people can Clo extraordinary things ... PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA (813) 210-0513 Sonja (813) 277-4587 Rebecca ; Famil y Physicians of (/) m z :j z m r I m c r r m :j z "D c m r Cii ::::t m c m < m ll -< -4 c m (/) c )> z c ll c ...... CJ1 I m

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en Local Entertainment a: LL c a: LL 0 z <( c en w ::J 1-w > w c w :::t: en :J I m ::J L z ;:: w ..J ..J ::J m ...:. w z ;:: z w (/) <( C a: g LL m I co ,... w CJ if Jazz Night At Tampa live One of the popular events at Tampa Live is Jazz on Friday nights. The easy listening music from a live band gives the working crowd an outlet to wind down in a relaxing atmosphere. (Photos by Julia Jackson) :.: ., Mr. 'Look So Good' is known for his matching out-Joe and Eric are posted up in the enjoying the Friday fits -from his brim to his nightjazz at Tampa Live. Mr. Cool Bo Doo. kicks. Mr. Cecil enjoying the live band. Anornev Reirral Service : : 1-800-lEGI .Personallnjury Divorce/Custody Condo Assoc. Law Criminal Accidents Traffic/ DUI Civil Matters Bankruptcy Malpractice Workers Comp. Business (Employment Law Real Estate Constuction Litigation Contract Dispute Wills : Probate All Legal Matters 1 24 HOURS -NO REFERRAL CHARGE www.freeshield.com The hiring of an attorney is an important decision Before you decide to hire a lawyer to whom you are being referred, ask that lawyer for qualifications and experience in writing Charlton McFadden and popular Bay Area DJ, 'Floyd Joy' Rivers at Tampa Live. Providing security at the popular nightspot are Dontez and BigRedd. About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 ''C AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: l'.l)'111cnt : \v a ilabk Wnh \'0 CREDIT CIIECK Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.corn Available 24 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS

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Entertainment Sonv Bids S50M For Jackson Rehearsal Film LOS ANGELE S --Sony Corp.'s movie studio h as bid $so million to acquire the worldwide distribution rights to a film based on rehearsal footage for Michael Jackson's "This Is It" c ome back concert series The bid came after severed studios, including Paramount, Uni versal and 20th. Century Fox, were shown footage starting early last week. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the bidding had not been completed. None of the studios would comment on the record. The winning studio would produce the film with Jackson's concert promoter, AEG Live, and his estate. It would go a long way to help ing AEG Live recoup some of the $30 million to $32 mil lion it spent producing the concert before Jackson died June 2S. The bidding was reported earlier by the Los Angeles Times and industry blogger Nikki Finke. Sony Pictures has a leg up on other bidders because Sony Music distributes Jackson's music and is in a so-so partnership with his MICHAEL JACKSON estate in Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Sony's bid is on par with the cost of making a mid-range budget movie, and is offset by the fact that the Sony group of companies would benefit from the music licensing rights attached to the film. There is also massive inter. est in Jackson material worldwide. An estimated 31 million viewers in the U.S. alone watched the Jackson memorial service live earlier this month,. according to Nielsen Media Research. That's just shy of the 33 million U.S. viewers who watched Princess Diana's funeral. Jav-z Denies Blackballing ChrisBro-From an Anls JAY-Zvs. CHRIS BROWN Jay-Z says he didn't dis The Game, but he hasn't exactly been losing sleep over the former G-Unit rapper taking his words in the Blueprint 3 intro as a insult. "If that's a dis, then wear that," Jay told radio person ality Tim Westwood while in Europe promoting the album. "Tell groupie to get over it." Westwood also asked Jay his thoughts on the video taped apology Chris Brown released on Monday. "We're all flawed human beings. All a person can do is apologize," Jay said "That's it, what can we say? You know everyone should be allowed to make mistakes. It happens." Hov also denied that he had a hand in blackballing Chris Brown from perform ing at the recent BET Awards during a tribute to Michael Jackson. The big rumor was that Jay told BET that nei ther he nor Beyonce would perform at the June award show if Brown was allowed to take the stage. BET and a source close to Brown discounted the rumor to MTV News in the wake of the show. "That's the silliest rumor I ever heard," Jay told Westwood. "You know me, right? I was sitting back and watching all them suckas [comment]. You don't com ment on rumors. I was sitting back watching them. 'Look at them. That's so silly.' First, let me categorically deny that. If I }.lave a problem with Chris Brown, I got a problem with Chris Brown. I don't agree with what he did and that's that." Hov said for him to impose his will on BET would have been a sucka move and for people to come out and com ment on the rumor was also a suckamove. "This one was funny," he said of the rumor. "I was sit ting back like, 'Look at them, they all stupid.' I didn't do it, I wouldn't do it. That's not how I deal with my problems, through using BET or record companies." It's no secret Jay and Rihanna are close. The singer and Kanye West appear on the next single from The Blueprint 3, "Run This Town." TVIerPerrv Treats PhiiiV Kids To Disnev World 1YLERPERRY PHILADELPHIA --Tyler Perry is paying for 6s child ren from a Philadelphia day camp to go to Walt Disney World after reading about allegations that a suburban swim club had shunned them because of racism. The Black and Hispanic children who attend the day camp run by Creative Steps Inc. cheered Monday when they learned about the actor's gift. Creative Steps director Alethea Wright says she's thrilled about the offer, espe cially because Perry "comes from humble beginnings" like the children in her camp. The Valley Club in Huntingdon Valley has maintained that refunding the camp's swimming fee was not about race but rather a safety issue, in part because many children couldn't swim. Perry is best known for his signature character Madea, a big-hearted but foul-tem pered grandmother. 50 cant Would Welcome Showdown WlthJav-z 50 CENT vs. JAY-Z Sorry, hip-hop fans -it doesn't look like the Jay-Z/ 50 Cent chart showdown will be happening after all. The rappers won't go head-to-head when The Blueprint 3 and Before I Self Destruct debut in September. Jay has settled on September 11, while 50 Cent told MTV News last week that his album is coming on the last Tuesday of the month. 50 said that if by any chance he and Jay did drop on the same day, he would welcome the challenge. 50 came out on September 11 a couple of years ago, releasing Curtis at the same time Kanye West's Graduation hit stores. Graduation sold more the first week, but Curtis sold well too. 'TI c Jackson's Father Suggests Foul Plav In Son's Death c.. c: !< N _lito N g
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0) 0 0 N ::J .., c a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c en. w ::J 1-w > w Q W .:::c C/) ':; lD ::J 11. z t= w ..1 ..1 ::J w z t= z w C/) i a: 9 u.. Entertainment Nauuhtv Bv Nature Drop Two New Sinules NAUGHTY BY NATURE NEW YORK -From Dirty Jerz to the dirty South? Naughty by Nature are coming with a brand-new sound on their single "Know Me Better ".. For the album, Vin and Treach reunited with DJ Kay Gee, who handled m ost of the production. The record is coming out real dope," Vin said. "It feels just like back in the day to have all of us back together." Naughty are looking to drop their LP sometim e this fall. While visiting MTV News, the fellas also took time to reflect on the loss of Michael Jackson, who they sampled for their first ever hit. "We are devastated by the loss of Michael Jackson," .Vinnie said. "His music helped catapult our careers. 'O.P.P. is one of the biggest songs ever in hip-hop. We send our condolences to his family and loved ones." When we met Michael,'; Treach recalled with a smile, no more hardcore gangster rapper. I was in straigh t fan mode. He's the greatest." Although Naughty haven't been active with new a lbums for quite some t ime t hey have been a very hot touring act. The guys are booked all summer in Europe and say they perform most of the year. Jackson's Mother -. Mav Chall.enue Will Executors KATHERINE And MICHAEL JACKSON LOS ANGELES -Michael Jackson's mother asked for.a ;jp<;lge's ruli.qg f'riday op whether she can challenge th. e authority of two men named in her son's wilh as executors of his estate without being disinherited. The filing does n ot formal ly challenge the appointment of attorney .John Branca and music executive John as executors of Michael Jackson's estate. .slated for auction, but her authority expired and was .given to Branca and McClain. She had sought to control Jackson's estate, but that was before the singer's 2002 will was filed in Los Angeles. It names Branca and McClain as Jackson's choice for coexecutors of the will, and states his estate should be placed in a private trust. Jackson's trust included a "no contest" .clause that calls for anyone who chal lenges the will to be disinherited. .I<;atherine her children and m miamed cha r1 !,. ities are beneficiaries of the estate. The filing states. thaL Katherine attorneys continue to confer with attorneys for McClain and Branca and no final decisions have been made. But a favorable ruling could pave the way for 79-year-old Katherine Jackson to seek control .of her son's estate, which has an estimated value of more than $500 million "' A judge granted her temW porary control over roughly C!J 2,000 items taken from her son's Neverland Ranch and Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff will consider how to handle the filing at a hearing on Aug 3. Lingering issues about Jackson's estate could be decided then and the .hearing will also focus on whether Katherine Jackson will be allowed to keep custody of her son' s children, who range in ages from 7 to 12. Jackson's Parents To Decide On His Burial JOE And KATHERINE JACKSON LOS ANGELES Authority over how and where Michael Jackson's remains are buried is left in the hands of his parents Joe and Katherine Jackson, accord in g to California code. If a person didn't leave instructions and means to provide for their own burial, there is a clear pecking o rder of who has the right to con trol disposition of rema ins and make arrangements, according to California Health and Safety Code Section 7100. Control goes first to the power of attorney for health care (Jackson doesn' t appear to have one) then to a surviving competent spouse, thim to a competent adult child, and if none of those options exist, power rests With the deceased's parents. That means that Joe and Katherine Jackson may bury their son according to their own wishes, and they also are not legally bound to follow any desires Michael might have indicated verbally. lEG live Negotiates Documentarv NEW YORK --AEG Live, the company behind Mich-ael Jackson's planned comeback in is negotiating with ; several Hollywood studios seeking a deal to release in movie .theate r s a documel)., tary about tfie ;final days of' the pop-singer, the W.all Street Journal said on -its wehsite. The Los Angeles-based con, cert promoter is hoping to recoup some of the $30 million it spent to stage a series of concerts Jackson was preparing for at the time of his death and make up for some of the lost revenue from box-office receipts and sales of merchandise and food, the Journal said citing sources familiar with the matter. The Journal said a deal could be reached as soon as this week. Jackson Brothers Could Perform In london JAC]fSQN BR
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Entertainment Fabolous Has Maior Beef With Stvles P In New Film 'loso's wav' FABOLOUS And STYLES P Fabolous woke up one morning handcuffed to a hospital bed. After being shot. Whatever happened to bedside manner? Actually, this all happened to Fab's character Loso in the new film "Loso's Way." The flick starts off with Fabolous and one of his hustling partners being chased through the streets. Loso evades the long arm of the law, but his homie isn't as lucky. The film then fast-forwards four years, and Loso has' bec.ome a big rap artist while his friend serves time in prison and eventually gets out. Chaos prevails momentarily when Loso and his Street Fam are out one night, and before they all go to their respective vehi cles, an unknown assailant shoots Loso in the leg. It's a C very similar to when Fab was hit in the leg by a bullet a few years back. Loso wakes up, handcuffed to a hospital bed and the police try to stick gun charges on him and his crew after they find firearms in the rapper's suv Styles P plays an upand-coming rapper named Bang, who tests Loso's resolve and street credibility by making a dis song against him. Ed Lover plays the shady head of Loso's record label, who coerces his artist to capitalize off the notoriety of being shot and turn around an LP quickly. Swizz Beatz, Jadakiss, Ryan Leslie, Juelz Santana, Paul Cain and Albe Back are all featured in the film. Michael Jackson Was The Biological Father Of His Kids, lito Insists Jackson's dermatologist might haV;e been the sperm donor for two of the children and that a custody battle is brewing between the children's mother, Debbie Rowe, and the Jackson family. Michael's older brother Tito spoke to British tabloid The Daily Mirror to set the record straight, insisting that MJ is the biological father of his children: Michael Joseph Jackson Jr., Paris Michael Katherine J acks'on and Prince "Blanket" Michael Jackson II. "They are all his children," Tito said. "Blanket-is Michael's, I can tell. Those eyes don't lie. Them eyes are Michael over again. I see a lot of Michael in him." Tito went on to dispute any suggestion that the children's light complexions prove the fact that Jackson is not their father. "Paris and Prince are Michael's children," he sa\d. "Yes, they are. Just because they look white does n't mean they are not his." Paris Jackson and Prihce Michael Jackson 1; While it is known that Rowe is the mother of the eldest Jackson children, the identity of Blanket's mother is unknown, even to the Jackson family. '". Tito went on to say that the children lived as normal an existence as they could, given that their father was the King of Pop, and even enjoyed famously wearing masks in public to hide their faces. "They know they are famous and they know their dad was famous,, he said. "When you grow up in the business, it becomes totally natural. Being ;;tround it every day, seeing the girls screaming and having to rush into cars all the time, it was a way of life." Prince Fans Storm Momreux For Rare European Show PRINCE MONTREUX, Switzerland --Prince fans from across Europe converged on Montreux for two shows by the American musician whose rare appearance on the continent stretched well into Sunday morning. The 51-year-old star closed the two-week SwissMontreux Jazz Festival with a mix of old hits including "Little Red Corvette," "Peach" and "Purple Rain" and fresh titles such as "Elixir" from his new album with singer Bria Valente. Wearing a bright red suit, geometric gold necklace, and_ red and white platform shoes, the artist appeared on stage with his red guitar, and bathed in his trademark purple light. "Montreux, thank you," Prince said, as he blew a kiss to the crowd before kicking off an encore with "Insatiable." Some 8,ooo tickets for his two back-to-hack concerts, priced up to $480 each, sold out in a record eight minutes when his only European booking this summer was announced just days after the death of Michael Jackson. 'The \-hice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' Tonv Yavo Calls Game's Jav-z Anack A 'Stupid Move' NEW YORK --Tony Yayo has been keeping up. Just like all the fans have been talking about Jay-Z and The Game's back-and forth, Yayo has been following along. The G-Unit member said Game made the wrong decision in choos ing to dis the Jiggaman. "Stupid move," Yayo said a couple of days ago in Astoria, Queens. "It's dumb. When I see guys like Jay-Z, so and Diddy, there's no need for me [to beef with them]. They got too much money. Dudes got sniper money. You gotta chill. I chill. You gotta leave them kinda dudes alone. That's how I look at it. I don't know how other rappers look at These guys is worth hun-TONYYAYO dreds of millions of dollars. so, Eminem, Dre, Diddy -waste oftime, man." DREW-Z'S MOVIE REVIEW Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince 2 hours and 40 minutes of hogwash. (j Public Enemies. -Johnny Depp plays the notori,ous. ,gangster John Dillinger. Plenty of action, adventure and drama. [***] ., I Love You, Beth Cooper-This comedy was average, You can pass on this one [**] Ice Age 3 -Kids will love this one [*j Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen-The Ultimate.-ihspecial effects and action. You definitell can't miss this one. No. 1 at Box Office-$201M and $303M Worldwide. [ ***] . The Proposal-Sandra Bullock comes through in this well-written comedy about an office romance between the boss and assistant. Worth Seeing! No. 1 at Box Office-$34M [***y;] Land Of The Lost -This oft-beat comedy starring Will. Ferrell was pretty funny. (***] The Taking Of Pelham 123 -Denzel Washington and John Travolta deliver a powerful suspense/thriller. Worth Seeing! l*y;l Imagine That-This movie is Eddie Murphy's best family comedy in a long time. Didn't do well at box office. Enjoyed it! [***y;] Drag Me To Hell A loan officer refuses to give an old woman a loan to keep her house. The woman puts a curse on her. This.r'novie will have you jumping throughout. Very good horror movie. [****] -. The Hangover -A group of men goes to Las Vegas to have a bachelor party. Surprisingly funny. No 1 at box office-$44M [***] Up -Pixar/Disney deliver another excellent animation that adults and kids will enjoy. [****] Night At the Museum -Ben Stiller tries to save the museum pieces from movin9 to federal storage. Fell asleep on this one. No. 1 at box office -$53M [*y;] Terminator Salvation -Very Good storyline and special effects. Must See! No. 2 at box office -$43M [***y;] Angels And Demons -Tom Hanks stars in this mystery about a secret society out 1to destroy. the Catholic Church. ,Worth Too long -2hrs/20 mins. f***y;] Star Trekfhe U S S goes back to the beginning. Grade A epecial effects/ Enjoyed it! [**** X-Men_ Origins: Wolverine his Marvel comic book movie tells the story of Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) violent and romantic past. Expeeted more! {*#} Obsessed -Beyonce stars in this drama about her husband (ldris Elba) being stalked by a temp worker (Ali Larter). Rainforest Films (St. Pete/Will Packer-Stom,e}he Yard) produces another blockbuster. 4th week at box office -$63M. [ y;l The Soloist-Oscar-worthy Jamie Foxx plays a mentally ill musical genius who happens to be homeless. A L.A. reporter (Robert Downey, Jr.) tries to save him from the l*l . State Of Play-Russell Crowe stars in this crime thriller. a _bout a journalist a series of brutal murders. Worth seeing! [***y;] The Hauntmg In Connecticut-Based on a true story, a family moves into a house haunted by ghosts. Not for Kids. ["**] Observe And Report -A mall security 9uard does whatever it takes to impress his dream girl. Surprisingly funny. [***] Fast And Furious A fast-paced action and adventure starring Vin Diesel. The best of the series. A must see! No. 1 at box office-$72.5M. [****] Monsters vs. Aliens -Your kids will love this one.[***] RATINGS **** Very Good I *** -Good 1 ** Average I Wait For Video -n r-0 :II rn m z m r:m c rr-!!1 z -., c m r-u; :I: m c m < m -t ffi rn c )> z c ., :!Z c G) m 1\) .... I m

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en Read All About It! .<:f N ::I -, Today' s Birthday -:i Should you save or spend? c That question comes up a a: lot this year. Don't listen to LL the pundits and follow ready to be put into p r actice yet. M ake a list t es t eac h pla n and e v aluate the probable outcomes Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Watch out for hidden expenses. You can make ends meet i f you're careful. It's not a good day to gamble. c a: LL. c z c( c en w ::;) t-i:t w > w c w :z: en ::i m ::;) a. z ..I ..I ::;) m ...:. w z j: z w en c( c a: 0 ...I LL. them blindly; their situations are different than yours. Make up your own mind. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -All you need is a miracle, and you're due for one of those. Get old valuables appraised Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Friends help you find the right person to review your next course of action This is all about being thorough. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) This job requires imagination as well as skills Not every thing you try will work but some of it will. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Somebody who you dearly is thinking of a way to solve one of your problems. This could work. Be respectful. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Others are hassling over something that doesn't affect you directly. Should you get involved? Only if they ask. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -New ideas aren' t Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Assess your situation. Gather data so you can make an informed decision You're the one likely to find the answer Aries (March 21-April 19) -You'll tend to be impatient, which is pretty normal for you. Try not to bite anybody's head off unless you must. Taurus (April 20-May 20) You can circumvent a potentially costly situation, so don't melt down, OK? Look around carefully for solutions. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -A person who' s vague but creative could sure use your help. Trouble is, this person can be frustrating to deal with. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -A partner's help with investments is paying off. Something you had doubts about seems to be doing well Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. ............................................... Maxwell 2. Jeremlh ....................................................................... Jeremih 3. The E.N.D ............................................. The Black Eyed Peas 4. Now 31 ............................................................ Various Artists 5. Relapse ...................................................................... Eminem 6. A Man's Thoughts ................................................... Ginuwine 7. Epiphany ................................... .................. Chrisette Michele 8. In A Perfect World ................................................. Keri Hilson 9 1f. Tomorrow Comes ....................................................... Malno 10. Let The Truth Be Told ....................................... Laura lzabor 11. lntultlon .... .......................................................... Jamie Foxx 12. Ruthless ............................................................. .. Ace Hood 13. Chemical Warfare ......................................... The Alchemist 14. The Point Of It All ................................... Anthony Hamilton 15. Classique ......................................................... Will Downing 16. I Am ... Sasha Fierce .......................... ; ...................... Beyonce 17. The Introduction Of Marcus Cooper ... .............. P 18. Uncle Charlie ............................................... Charlie Wilson 19. Deeper Than Rap ................................................. Rick Ross. 20. Congo Square ........................................... _.._. ..... Teena Marie Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. Best I Ever Had ....................... .................................... .. Drake 2. Every Glri; .. : .. : .................................................... Young : M orie v 3. Ego ............................................................................. Beyon ce 4. Knock You Down ..................... Kerl Hilson Featuring Kanye .... West & Ne Yo 5. Pretty Wings ............... .................................... : ..... Maxwell 6. Break Up ......... Mario Featuring Gucci Mane & Sean Garrett 7. Last ....................... ...................................... Ginuwine 8. 1 Need A Girl' .................................. ............. ....... Trey < Sorigz 9. Wetter (Calling You Daddy) .............. ; ...................... ... Twista 10. Birthday Sex ................................................. .. ; .. ; ...... Jeremih 11. Trust .............. ; ,; .................. Keyshia Cole Duet With Monica 12. Always Strapped ................... Birdman Featuring Lil Wayne 13. ............................... Drake Featuring Trey Songz 14. Swag Surfn' ............................... Fast Life Yungstaz (F.L.Y.) ED 15.1ce Cream Paint Job ...................................... ....... Dorrough 16. Blame lt .............. ... ........... ... Jamle Foxx Featuring T-Pain N 17. On The Ocean ...................................................... ; ....... K 'Jon 18. sobeautlful ................................................... music soulchild 19. Throw It In The Bag .......... Fabolous Featuring The-Dream 20. Not Anymore ............................................................. LeToya A ll My Children -Tha nking him f o r giving up on t h e i dea o f going a fter Liza s baby Marissa urges David t o make an ove rture t o Krys t a l but he claims it s too late Hear ing Ryan knocking on Emma' s locked door Annie says goodbye to her daughter and asks her not to say anything to her father Ryan's cur i ous about why Emma locked the door Later Eric claims that Annie is getting Emma to lie and urges him to take his daughter and leave town with her tonight. As the World Turns -As Vienna pulls off Geneva's wig to reveal Henry hiding beneath the makeup and dress Henry tries to explain things to V i enna. Instead Vienna storms out as the press hounds Henry for answers Henry takes a moment to explain that he did this to try to bring some sani ty to daytime TV. K i m ends the conference and gets Henry to confirm that this all started because of Vienna's wardrobe malfunction Brad i furious when he realizes that Kati e knew who Geneva was She tries to explain but he walks out. Kim advises Henry that he committed fraud when he signed the contract with Geneva's name but he rerminds he that she pursued him to be on the show. Furious when he claims he was defending women, Kim angrily warns Henry never to offer her help and to stay away from WOAK. Bold and the Beautiful Ridge reminds Brooke that he is with Taylor now but she pleads with him for another chance Ridge states that he has moved on but she argues that he hasn't and still has feelings for her. Ridge admit that he has made a promise to his family one that he won t go back on. Stunned Brooke asks him if this means he' s going to marry Tayl or again Denying it, Ridge reminds her that Brooke made it very clear to him that she had "moved on" and wouldn't do what he wanted to save their marriage. Days of Our Lives After finding her note book and reading a story she wrote, Maggie compliments Mia on her writing Pointing out all that has happened to her during her short life, Maggie suggests that she start keeping a Sami and Rate decide to take the kids on a p i cnic but when the air conditioner starts making strange noises, he offers to fix it first. When he takes a tumble from the ladder and crashes hard to the ground, Sami stars crying and tells him that she can't lose him. General Hospital Tire d o f waiting for Sonny to return Claudia forces Kelly t o reveal that Sonny i s the father o f the baby she is car rying. Johnny f i nds his s i ster alone and learns her happy news Kiefer defends hitting her, telling Kristina that she upset him when she made him think that she wanted sex and then pushed him away He convinces her to forgive h i m and seals the deal with a kiss. But when she again pulls back, he lashes out at her for leading him on and walks out. Later, when Molly spots the bruised cheek she's trying to cover with makeup, Kristin l i es that she walked into a door and asks her not to tell anyo n e . Guiding Llg'fi t As she approaches the house with Josh the way, Reva starts sobbing V:.,hile holding Colin. She suddenly tells him that she can't go into the house knowing that Jeffrey is gone Taking the baby from her, Josh offers to go inside and waits for her to cairn down and enter the house to get on with her life. Catching her breath, Reva enters the room and finds Josh telling Colin how great his dad was and that he'll do every thing he can to help him. One Life to Live After Matthew claims he has no control over his life, Destiny confirms to Tea that Matthew wants to divorce his par ents in an emancipation procedure When Tea explains that you can facilitate this by being married Destiny offers to tie the knot but then claims she was kidding when they question her offer Laying one of the full-length furs on the floor of the storage locker, Stacy asks to make love to her and she'll give him the bag of blood. Rex assures her he wou ld do anything to help Shane. Stacy accuses him of wanting her but he denies it and asks why would have sex with someone that doesn't want her. Young and the Restless Amused to see the chipmunk t-shirt he' s designed, Michael's intrigued when Kevin explains his business idea based on the radio interviews he's been giving. Impressed with his research, Michael agrees to be an investor. Jana's not happy to hear about his idea but changes her ry1ind after he reluctantly agrees to give his profits to a charity Lily confides to Colleen that she wants Cane with her in the hospitaL Neil enters and after Colleen leaves, tells her that her test result was positive so they've decide to operate. Fish word search Find the words in the list hidden in the puzzle

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Welcome Reception Held Alice O'Reilly, Executive Director of VISTE (Volunteers iri Service to the Elderly) hosted a Welcome Reception for Friday, July 10, 2009 in honor of Doug Beach, Secretary of the Florida Department of Elderly Affairs The Florida Department of Elderly Affairs is the primary; state agency that is responsible for administering human services programs to benefit Florida's growing elderly population. Light refreshments were served. During his brief address to the guests, Beach applauded the efforts of VISTE and 2009Annual Freedom Fund Banquet L a keland s NAACP Branch (1909-2009) held their 2009 Annual Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday, JQne 27th, 2009. The programme was as follows: of Ceremonies -Minister Earl Brown, retired U : S. Navy1 Pastor of Freely Forgiving Ministries; Invocation Pastor Patrick Ewing, New Bethel AME, Lakeland; Lift Every Voice And Sing"audience; Welcome Reginald L. Ardis; Musical Selections Key Boardist, Mrs. Linda Brown, Freely Forgiving Ministries; Introduction of Speaker -Pastor Arthur I,.. Johnson, St. Luke's Ministries, Lakeland; Keynote Address Po l k County Sheriff Grady Judd; Recognition of Corporate Sponsors and Special Guests; Special Award -Harold Silas, Tracey Ardis-Humphries and Reginald L. Ardis The prestigious award/plaque to encouraged them to support the efforts of VISTE On behalf of VISTE Ashley Metts, Volunteer Coordinator was presented with a donation check (in a generous amount) from one of VISTE's supporting part ner agencies Applications Being Accepted The Lakeland Housing Authority's YouthBuildLakeland is accepting appli cations for youth and young adults, ages 16 24, who are interested in learning the basics of construction. YouthBuild offers opportu nity for participants to work toward earning their GED or high school diploma while Annie Phyall for her out standing service and dedica tion to the community. Mrs. Phyall, a retired Polk County educator, heeded. the call of urgency to resume her love of education, inspiring children in the 3rd and 4th grades, helping them to reach their potential, especially in reading and spelling. She is presently at Greater Faith Academy and is a member of Pilgrim F. W. Baptist Church. An Appeal To Membership and Closing Remarks -Don Brown; and Benediction Pastor Patrick Ewing. Members of the Lakeland Branch NAACP Executive Committee are: Don Brown, President; Reginald L. Ardis . 1st Vice President; Doris Moore--Bailey, 2nd Vice President ; Brian Dockey. 3rd Vice President; Tracy Ardis-Humph rie s, Secretary; Kay Davis, Assistant Secretary; and Joe Rose, Treasurer. Harold Silas, Charles Thompson, Gladys Leggett, Steve Ward, James Gray and Beverly Moore. TV NEWS :::c c }< c.. c: l ea rnin g j ob s kill s b y build in g a ff orda bl e h o uses for l owin co m e f a mili es. Fo r furth e r inf o rm a ti o n contact Nick Elzy, Progra m C oordina t o r at (863) 6872911 E x t 24 7 Birthday Greetings A ve r y specia l HAPPY BIRTHDAY greeting goes to Little Miss Alani VanRivers of Fort Myers who will celebrate her birthday on Saturday, July 25, 2009. Alani is the d a ughter of Santron and April VanRivers. She is a member of New Life Church of God by Faith Elder Calvin MacDonald, pastor. Happy Birthday, Alani! Wishes for a HAPPY BIRTHDAY are a lso extend ed to my brother, Lakeland Gentleman, George London, Sr., who will celebrate his special day on July 28th and to Little Miss Sapharia Grace Door prizes provided by: Avon and many others i ncluding, Nathan' s Men's Store, Affordable M a n s Auto Mechanic and Detail Shop, Imperial Tire and Auto Service Center and Five Guys Burgers and Fries. Mrs. Bernice SmithSmith, Lakeland, has joined the NAACP Local Branch as a Life Member. She is a member of New Bethel AME Church, Lakeland; Active Member Washington Park I Rochelle High School Alumni Association., Inc., owner of Bernice' s Beauty Shop. Congratulations! Revival Revive Us Again. Psalms 85:6 Come one come all! The Rev. Ira Lightsey, Pastor, St. Mary M. B Church Mims, FL. The Christian Revival will be Sunday, July 26, 6 p m and MondiJ.y Wednesday, July 27 -29th at New Mt. Zion M. B Church, 1321 N. Webst e r A v enue, Lakeland ; 33805, (863) 686-6793 Ira, as we so fondly called him, has close family ties in Lakeland Family members are at New Mt Zion M. B. Church and at New Bethel AME Church. He is a product of the Polk County schools . H e and his congregation will be NMZ's spe c ial guest, Sunday July 26th and we call c a n sing your soul to Dickerson w h o w ill ce l e bra t e h e r s peci a l day o n Jul y 30 th Sapharia' s birthday is a two-f o ld s p ecia l occas i o n for h e r family, as they cel ebra t e h e r bi r thday a nd r e m e mb e r h e r l a t e g r andfathe r Evangelist Ernest Dickerson, who s birthd ay was also on July 30th. Shaw-Nuf Shout-out This week s Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goes out to Winter Haven' s Otis Birdsong and Michael Ray Richardson. The two former NBA players recently facilitated a one-week youth basketball camp at Teneroc High School. Thanks Otis and Michael, for all that you are doing to encourage our youth to be the best that they can be for themselves, their families and their comIl1i:Inities. Correction Shaw-Ntif Talk extends heaven! a corr ec t ed H APPY B IRTH -D AY! w i s h t o Mrs. Kay Fields a/k/a Ms. Kay of I\) L a k e l and w h o ce l ebra ted 8 h e r s p ec i a l day o n S a tur day, July 18th In l as t wee k 's column, Shaw-Nuf T alk, in e rr o r wr o t e th e g r ee tin g f o r Friday, Jul y 1 7th! Apq l "Show You Right" at Club z I
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0) Polk County News oo:i N Sheriffs Depanment '"') Promotion c fE Marks Historv BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW Polk County Columnist During his high school years, Elias Diggins decided that he would pursue a career in law enforcement. Influenced by the presence of officers who served in his neighborhood and high school, Diggins, a resident of Denver, Colorado, sought employment with the Denver Sheriff's Department. In 1994, he was hired and began serving as a Deputy Sheriff. Over the years, with an insatiable thirst to C achieve, Diggins has fE climbed the ranks. His most c z <( c CJ) w ::::J 1-ft w > w c w :I: CJ) ::::; m ::::J a. z i= w ...J ...J ::::J m I ...J w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ...J LL. recent promotion was a first in the 107 years of history for the Denver Sheriff's Department. At the age of 36, Diggins became the youngest person to achieve the rank of Division Chief. As Chief, Diggins supervises 500 employees and is the over-CHIEF ELIAS DIGGINS ... Makes history in Sheriff's Office seer of an adult facility that houses over 2,000 inmates. Some of the inmates are juveniles who have been charged as adults. As a newlywed to Leslie, (former resident of Lakeland), father to his newborn son, Christian Elias, and daughters: Kennedy, Brooklyn and Morgan; and the historical, new Division Chief of The Denver Sheriffs Department, Elias Diggins is an excellent role model of what he strongly believes. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitv Presents Promoting Mental Health Omicron Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Sorority, Inc., the nation's oldest African American Sorority, presents a paradigm shift towards men tal health I resource manage ment and economics. Because in some communities mental health is more pronounced, than in others and carries a stigma, there's an urgency to educate citizens, especially women, to eradicate the stig ma. The goal is to arm partic ipants with conversation, and available community resources to help them to erase the pain, then begin to embrace mental wholeness. To begin the conversation, the chapter will present a free panel discussion Saturday, August 1, 2009, from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. in the meeting room at the Larry Jackson Branch Library located on the corner of Modest Street and 98 N in Lakeland. Five outstanding professionals: Alvin Jones, School Psychologist, PCSB; Katrina Smith, Psychology Professor, Polk State College; Loretha Durant, Forensic Social Worker, Peace River Center; Rene' Anderson, Human Services Program Specialist, Louis De Lady Porte Florida Mental Health Institute I University of South Florida; and Beverly Harvey, NAMI. Panelists will discuss a variety of subjects from youth struggling with mental health issues to the sharing of per sonal stories. The event is free and open to the public, Katrina Lunsford is president of the chapter, and for additional information, contact Yvonne McShay at (863) 604-3503. Sororitv Awards Five Scholarships And Two Companion Awards In June, Omicron, Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., held its annual scholarship and awards luncheon at the Red Rose Inn in Plant City, awarding over $8,ooo to deserving high school seniors. Vivian Underwood, Scholarship Chair, presented scholarships and awards to seven graduating seniors from Polk County. The High Achievement Scholarship and the Omicron Kappa Omega Memorial Scholarships were awarded to Tamara Parchment and Faibienne Missial, respectively. Both are graduates of George Jenkins High School. Receiving the Historical Black Colleges and University Scholarship award was Krishawn Owens of Lake Gibson High School. In addition, the High Scholastics Achievement Scholarship was awarded to Lacurra Bryant of Mulberry High School, and the Helen S. Postell Community Service Scholarship was awarded to Glenasia Cottle of Victory Christian Academy. Companion awards for service and academics were awarded to Gregory Powell, II from Kathleen High School, and Eugene Thomas from Lake Gibson High, respectively. TA.MpaA, KLICCJT .. ICI Our free Energy Planne,SM Program can help you find the balance. Learn about the Energy Planner Balancing the comforts of life with the need to save energy is easier with energy-eff!ciency programs like Tampa Bectric's Energy Planner. This helps you conserve energy by setting your heating and cooling system, electric water heater and/or pool pump to "nrr .... nnrn '"''"'"fri,,ifv' hri""" Visit


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