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C e lebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 2 HOMECOMING PLANNING COMMITTEE The Homecoming Planning Committee at Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church reports successful services on Sunday, July 12, 2009. There was Homecoming 2009, celebrating 50 years of Dr. C. P. Epps in the ministry and the Mortgage Burning. Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps, Pastor, was assisted by Deacons Willie Campbell, Homecoming Chairperson, and Auguster Montgomery in the Mortgage Burning Ceremony. The Mortgage Burning Ceremony message was delivered by Rev. C. C. Reaves. Members of the committee from left, are: Beverly Jerry, Clara Cobb, Deacon Campbell, Lucille Smith and ulia Jackson) Judge Enters PI For Bank Fraud SEE PAGE 3 Popular Barber Dies After Lengthy Illness SEE PAGE 2 oman Gets Probation In action Case Track Club Wins National Titles SEE PAGE 13

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a1 0 0 N Features co N ::::> "'? c CJ) Woman Has suruerv Without General Anesthesia w ::::> 1-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Mrs. Mary Harvey Quarles knew that she needed to have surgery to remove her gallbladder. However, at the time she decided to have the surgery, she had no idea that she would earn a place in the history books because the surgery was non-traditional. Instead of having the traditional general anesthesia, Mrs. Harvey Quarles was given a epidural and remained woke during the process. "It was cool to be able to talk to the people while they are doing surgery C on you. But, it was also kind i:'i: ofweird." u. c Mrs. Harvey Quarles is Z unsure how long the surgery <( lasted because she eventually fell asleep. I didn't feel any pain at all. The next thing I W knew, they were calling my != name and asking if I was > ready to go to my room. I ffi was asking if they were going > to do the surgery and they W t o ld me that it was over. It Dr. Sharona Ross is shown with Ms. Mary Harvey Quarles, who recently underwent surgery to remove her gallbladder. The surgery was performed without the use of the traditional anesthesia. (Photograph provided by Tampa General Hospital). c w :I: CJ) ::::i m Q. z tu _,J _,J m ..:.. w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 _,J u. was amazing." The surgery performed on July 16th at Tampa General Hospital by the ream of Dr. Sharona Ross, Dr. Alex Rosemurgy, and Dr. Devanand Mangar. Dr. Mangar is an anesthesiologist with Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesioiogy anci Chief of Did You Know That .... Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Annual Relining & Surgery In For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 Staff at Tampa General Hospital. Dr. Ross and Dr. Rosemurgy are both general surgeons from the University of South Florida. It is believed that this is the first single incision gallbladder removal without the use of general anesthesia. Instead of fully sedating the patient, the doctors used an epidural in the thoracic area. Epidurals are used for women delivering to reduce the pain during labor, but are inserted in a differ ent part of the spine A housewife, Mrs. Harvey Quarles, 54, is married to Charles and is the mother of five girls. The couple has 17 grandchildren, ranging in age from 4 years to 25 years, and a great grandson, 11-month-old Kingston Sincere White. She is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Dillard. Mrs. Harvey Quarles said after the procedure all she had was a bandage over her navel. "I woke up looking for bandages. I've never experienced anything like that before. God forbid I have to have another surgery, but if I do, this will be the way I would choose." She also stated that Dr. Ross was really good. "I know that doctors have to. check on you because that's part of their job. But she really cared She made sure that I was okay and she made me feel special." She also said that she didn't have the usual discomforts following surgery and that she asked to get up and walk. Her estimated recovery time is eight weeks. Well Known East Tampa Barber Passes After lengthv Illness If you really wanted to know what was going on in East Tampa, all you need e d to do was stop by Charlie T's Barber Shop on the corner of 22nd Street and 21st Avenue. The shop's owner, Charles Turner, Jr. (Arthur Lewis Turner or Charlie T.) could usually be seen sitting just outside his door on a stool. After dealing with conges tive heart failure over the past 3 years, Mr. Turner passed Saturday at a care center. He was 70. Mr. Turner came to Florida from Georgia at a young age, and began his career as a barber over 45 years ago, according to his wife, Betty Myers-Turner. "He started off cutting hair for the owner at that time. The shop was called Dump's Barber Shop, and when that owner retired, Charlie T. took over and it became Charlie T's." Mr. Turner's health problems didn't stop him from coming to the shop, even though he was undergoing dialysis and sometimes could hardly walk. Before he became a licensed barber, Mr. Twner worked at a chemi cal plant. "Even then, he cut hair for his co-workers and friends," recalled Mrs. MyersTurner. "When he got injured and took a settlement from that job, he went to barber's school, got his license, and CHARLES TURNER, JR. "CharlieT" started out at 22nd Street and 21st Avenue." Described as a good hus band, provider, father, work er, and well respected in the community, Mrs. Turner said above all, her husband was a businessman. "He loved playing checkers and dominos, and was a source of information for everyone in East Tampa He had quite a sense of humor, and no one ever had a bad word to say about Charlie T." Mr. TU!"ll.er is survived by his wife, Betty, and four children. Jones's Funeral Home in Sarasota will be in charge of services, and Aiken's Funeral Home will be the site of a wake scheduled for this Friday from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. The funeral will be held at New Hope M. B. Church, 3002 Ellicott. (Sl3) 248--_1.92 .. 1 . For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now ThursdaySaturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Spedal Discounts For S Sh Sh H d Churches, Banquets, napper r1mp eap ea Family Reunions And Live Blue Crabs Large Orders.

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Feature m en c Judge AureesTo Plead Guiltv To Bank Fraud 'c: !< JUDGE THOMAS E. STRINGER, SR. "Although Judge Stringer made a mistake by submitting a mortgage application that contained an incorrect statement, there was no loss in this case. The mortgage loan was repaid in full and on time. He is remorsefulfor his error in judgment, but would also like to emphasize that his conduct does not involve any abuse of his office as a judge. This isolated incident in no way detracts from Judge Stringer's distinguished career a5an attorney,judge, and public servant." Statement from Judge Stringer's Legal Counsel. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Allegations lodged against a sitting 2nd District Court of Appeal judge in the spring of 2008 has resulted in the judge retiring and most recently en tering into a plea agreement on a fraud charge. The plea agreement involving retired judge, Thomas E. Stringer, Sr., was announced late last Thursday. The plea agreement for bank fraud could result in a maxi mum sentence of 30 years, and a fine. However, if the court accepts the plea agreement, it appears no jail time is ex pected. However, the U. S. At torney's Office will seek the amount of the proceeds from the alleged fraud totaling $222,362.00. The alleged crime took place when Judge Stringer alleged that he had not borrowed any of the money used for the down payment on a house in Hawaii when he was report edly using money from a third party, a press release from the U. s: Attorney's Office stated. Attorney David J. Bogenschutz (who represented the judge during the Judicial Qual ifications Commission investi gation) and John F. Lauro are representing him. The U. S. District Court's charging document stated, "The defendant herein, did knowingly and willfully devise and attempt to devise a scheme and artifice to obtain monies, funds, credits, and as sets owned by and under the custody and control of Wells Fargo Bank, N. A. a federal in stitution, by means of materi ally false and fraudulent pretenses, representations, and promises." Last year, Ms. Christy Yamanaka, a professional strip per, accused Stringer of owing her money from the sale of a house the two owned in Hawaii. Ms. Yamanaka took her story to a local television station, where it was broad cast. The story was then picked up by news media all over the country. Last April, during an inter view in the office of Attorney Lansing Scriven, Judge Thomas E. Stringer, Sr., said pending litigation pre vented him from providjng much detail about the allega tions. However, he denied owing Ms. Yamanaka any money. Judge Stringer said when the two met 15 years ago, he didn't immediately know that she worked as a stripper. He declined to say when he AND";.;-: CATHOLIC SCHOOL are baWig a to school Shoe Giveaway Program for Hillsborough County students from ages three to thirteen. We are asking the eommunity to donate new shoes in our ummunlty. If you are unable to go out and purchase a pair of shoes, a gift card from Target, Walmart or aliy 1hoe store is welcomed. St Peter aaver School is having a .1l-... ....... .ll& Fair on August 15, 2009 and we will give away the shoes at this event. We are asking you to help us with tbil event. Please drop ofl'your shoes or gift card to: Sheehy Podiatry Center 812 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Suite 101 Tampa, FL 33603 (813) learned of her occupation. He stated that the two en tered into a business partner ship to purchase a home in Hawaii in 2004. He said she signed a lease and lived with her husband in the house. He also stated that she paid rent, but declined to state the amount. The home was the only business venture the two entered into it. In December 2006, Judge Stringer said the market was right and it was time to sell the house. He said the property was only in his name and that his wife, Mrs. Lillian Stringer, knew about the in vestment. After learning that Ms. Yamanaka had gone public with her allegations, Judge Stringer stated in a press re lease: "A former friend and business associate, Christy Yamanaka, has made several allegations against me. Among other things, these allegations involve the purchase and later sale of a residential property in Hawaii. Ms. Yamanaka and her husband lived in the home between the time it was purchased and the time it was sold. Ms; Yamanaka claims that I owe her money. I do not." "The normal way collect money that one thinks is owed is to bring legal action. Rather than do that, Ms. Yamanaka has chosen to attack me through the news media." "Ms. Yamanaka and I were friends more than 15 years. We were involved together in a real estate investment, of ana'" ture that is typical of investthat friends might pursue together. This invest ment was comparatively small, and was reported by me as re quired by law. When I refused to pay her more than she was owed, she threatened to take her allegations to the news media in order to damage my reputation," Judge Stringer said. He retired in February 2009 after the Florida Judicial Qual ifications Commission (JQC) released its findings that there was probable cause to proceed with forinal charges. Judge Stringer had been enrolled in CHRIS'IYYAMANAKA ... Stripper who alleges j11dge owes her money the State of:FloJ.jda DROP Pwgram for mote" than a year when Ms. Yamanaka went public with her alfegations. Judge a gradu ate of New York University,' where--he earned a degree in Mathematics After serving in the military, he entered Stet son Law School in 1974, and became the first Mrican Amer ican to graduate from the law school. He became a pioneer in 1987, when former Governor PI) Bob Martinez appointed !10 him as the first Mrican Ameri-1'1) can to serve on the Hillsborough County Circuit Court Bench. He remained in that ca pacity until1999, when former Governor Jeb Bush ap pointed him to his current po sition on the 2nd District Court of Appeal. Judge Stringer and his wife have been married for 25 years. Judge R.ecuses Self After the of the plea agreement became public last week, U. S. District Judge Virginia Hernandez Covington recused herself from hearing the case. Judge Hernandez CoVington stated that she had worked with Judge Stringer on a regular "TT basis and that she wouldn't rhear t})e case to avoid the ap-pearance of i mpropriety. a s. District Judge Eliza-,.. beth A. Kovachevich has en m been .. the case. :z,; Stringer is scheduled to ap-:::! pear before Judge Mark A. ifi Pizzo on Atigusf 6th. r-m c: r r-: SUPPORT FLORIDA SENTINEL : ADVERTISERS z c: m r-m c m m c i> z a

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O'l 0 0 C'\1 co C'\1 ::::> ..., >-=' .... FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 1 40) 220 7 21st A v e nue T a m pa F lor i d a 336 05 (813) 248-192 1 P u b lis h ed E v ery Tue s da y and Fri d ay B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., M emb e r o f Natio nal N ews p a p e r Publish ers A ssocia tion ( NNPA) a nd Amalgama t e d P u blish e rs, I nc., Ne w Yor k 1990 94 C P limeln t e rna t i o nal POSTMASTER: Send Addr e ss Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Per i odical Postage Pai d At Tampa FL W .W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULAnON AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44 00 Months Both Editions: $87 00 Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expre s sed on ed i torial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The F lorida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Mistaken ldentitv of Harvard scholar, Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., w hat do you think would have happened if instead e being the one who was arrested for breaking into fE his own home, it had been outspoken former Harvard C professor, Dr. Cornel West, 1970's "Afro" and all? Z Now, that would have been something to see! However, cr: the recent incident between Dr. Gates and a member of the Cambridge Massachusetts Police Department has become one of a trillion mosquito-bites tailor-made to nitW pick our new president to distraction and to keep the eyes i= of an economically depressed nation on the wrong prize. > Well, we're not falling for it and you shouldn't fall for it, a: either. w > Meanwhile, as it seems Republican diehards and other LLJ vested interest groups are about to stalemate President fil Obama'sjp.tiative to provide "Americans with universal :I: The talk around Washington these days is C/) :J more about the President's use of the "S"-word -relating Ill to the antics of the policeman who arrested Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. When questioned at a news conference, z President Obama said he thought what the officer did was stupid. And the horse race was on! ..J You would have thought he'd given away prize national ..J secrets. Even a national'police representative went on ffi record as saying the President owed police officers a heartfelt apology. As always, President Obama immediW ately spoke-to the issue. Was it enough? No. For this president, little he says or does, short of walking the Red Sea, z will ever be enough. However, America should be glad it was President cr: Obania who gave an opinion, rather than AI Shaprton. C Now, that would have been something to hear! a: 0 ..J &L Investigate Extremism In The Milital1 Now '' No, it didn't make front-page news, but we thought recent actions taken by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in the interest of ethnic and religious minorities was important enopgh to share with our readers, especially for those of us who have friends and relatives in the military, and especially because we are located so close to MacDill Air Force Base. We hope you agree with us. Calling on Congress to "investigate growing evidence that racial extremists are infiltrating the U.S. military," the SPLC urged law makers to "take steps to ensure that the armed are not inadvertently training future domestic terrorists." Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Defense investigators have all admitted they have evidence that more than 400 neo-Nazis and other white extremist groups have infiltrated the military. -.:t SPLC founder, Morris Dees stated, "because the pre-W sence of extremists in the armed forces is a serious threat to the American public, Congressional action is wara.; ranted." Having found at least 40 personal profiles of men 0 n July 16th, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., was taken custody was ar rested by a Cambridge, Massa chusetts police officer Police were called to the residence in response to a possible burglary after a woman saw a man attempting to pry open the back door. When police arrived, Gates was ordered to show identifi cation, but shortly afterwards, he was arrested for disorderly conduct. The charge was later dropped, but the damage had already been done Gates accused Sgt. James Crowley of walking into his home without permission. He said the officer arrested him on the porch as he attempted to obtain his name and badge number. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., is a renowned professor at Harvard University He is the Director of the W.E.B. DuBois Institute for African and African American Research. Gates has also written several books on race and is the host of a PBS program entitled, "African American Lives. The news of the arrest spread like wildfire, even reaching the ears of President Barack Obama, who said the officer acted stupidly Of course, someone wants to interpret the comment as President Obama calling the officer stupid The White House clarified the president's statement. And, Sgt. Crowley said that an apology is not forthcoming. But, President Obama also made another comment and it stands on its own without need of clarification. "What I think we know sep arate and apart from this inciis that there's a long hi ry in this country of .Afit an Americans and Latinos be"mg stopped by law enforcedisproportionately That s a fact," President Obamasaid. But there are still some peo ple of color who have never experienced racism, so they can't identify it. His daughter, Elizabeth Gates said, her father may have been "one of the last Black men on earth who actu. ally believed in the justice sys tem." I'm sure his opinion has been altered forever. It seems that Professor Gates has his first lesson in Racism 101. Police-Just Doing His Job.-P rominent Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. was handcuffed, arrested and car ried to jail for trying to bur glarize his own home Professor Gates was seen putting a shoulder to an ap parent stuck door trying to get into his own home. A law abiding citizen saw this and did his job by calling the po lice. The police arrived and found Professor Gates had broken into his own home and was inside when the police ar rived. After Gates identified himself and showed I. D., the police did his job by handcuff ing the professor and carrying him off to jail. We must remember it is the job of the police to investigate a crime. It is also the job of the police to arrest and take crim inals to jail. It is the job of the police to serve, to protect and to defend. It is documentE:d that we are blessed with some of the finest men and women this earth has to offer, serving as police officers. I salute these people. Unfortunately, we have some officers who also believe it is their job to profile Black men. These officers believe that there are certain neighbor hoods Blacks shouldn't be in. If they are in certain neighbor hoods, they are there to com mit a crime. They believe that they should not be driving certain kinds of expensive cars. If they are caught driving certain kind of cars, these cars are either stolen or belong to drug deal. ers. This is not a knock on the police department and cer tainly not on all the good offi cers on forces around the country. It is a fact of life that there are some officers who feel su pe i ior to Black people and can't handle the fact that there are some Black men who make more money than they do and can afford the finer c things in life and they can't. This article is not the first to accuse some police officers that do their job, while profil ing Black men. Millions of ar ticles and millions of incidents all over the United States have spoken to police officers en gaging in racial profiling against Black men Sometimes we get angry and pop off. We do this because we get tired of being questioned, stopped, carried through changes and even get arrested just because of the color of our skin. Police have got to learn that not all Black men are erimi nals. Some of us are good busi nessmen .. inventors, educa tors, entertainers, sports figures, lottery winners and many other fegal ventures that allow us to make a decent liv-' ing. The officer who arrested Professor Gates was doing his job. The question is, what job was he doing? claiming "military" as an occupation on a hate group website-some of whom made comments about "killing sand-n-rs" and hating "undocumented immigrants" -the SPLC continues a 23-year attempt to rid the niilitary of such presence. Even though the Pentagon has a Zel'O tolerance policy against hate groups, the memory of recent domestic terrorism continues to concern us.

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In this photo from a public function are Sandra Harris, Ingrid Scott, and Gwen Livingston. Attending a fashion show are Joyce Turner, Sorell DeSorelli, and Francis Wright. Attending a wedding are Kenneth Cox, Cassandra Ennis, and Whitney Jamison. Attending a banquet in 1969 for Middleton Football players were: Coach Best, Lee Roger Davis, Alfred Pyles, Ralph Kyles, Freddy Roberts, Lewis Williams, Gregory Griffin, Ronald Walker, Blair Bergen, Willie Gibson and Coach Dupree. Attending a Lily White function were Gail Dunbar, Sharon Williams, Josephine Dunbar, Debra Stewart, and Georgiann Woods. ., r-0 :::0 g C/) m z -t z m r:m c: rrm -t z ., c: m r-c;; :z: m c m < m -t c: m C/) ,.. z c

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All About \'ou MERLIE (LADY DIP) It's my girl s birthday and she's done it again, had you looking ... Just chill she will be back soon. Happy birthday, Lady Dip. From, Clarissa 2009 Fl Conference If Black State Legislators Academic Scholarshp Winners Garrett Elston, Lysette Ortiz, and Brittany Saffold with State Rep. Reed; State Rep. Betty Reed is pleased to announce the re cipients of the 2009 Florida Conference of Black State Legislators Academic Scholar ship Award. The recipients are Garrett Elston, Lysette Ortiz and Brittany Saffold. Scholarship winners were ainong those students recog nized during Rep. Reed's 3rd Annual Academic Dinner, held at Howard W. Blake High School. Rep. Reed's dinner honored 41 students from the District 59 and grad uated Class of 2009 that re side in Hillsborough County and attended public high schools with six or more col lege-ievel Advance Placement (AP) classes. Rep. Reed extended a spe cial thank you to the Members of the Florida Conference of Black State Legislators, the Hillsborough County School District and to the Howard W. Blake High School's Culinary Department. SentineiBuiietin Ewery And 2207 F.. 2151 Avenue rampa, FL 3J605 248-1921 Fax: (813) 248 wuw.flsentinel.com So Unfaithful: 10 wavs To creep-Proof' Your .. Marriage Part II BY CLARENCE BARR, II They say that the number of people participating in extra marital affairs is at an alltime high. I can't say that I neces sarily agree with that assess ment because nobody was keeping track of this type of stuff 200 years ago. What I do know is that, in my short time on this planet, I have encountered a number of men and women who could have cared less about the sanc tity of matrimony In some cases it didn't matter how good of a spouse the per son had at home. To those in dividuals, having a 'side piece' or 'jump-off was just a part of their lifestyle But in a majority of cases, the men and women who ventured outside of their marriage were looking for things they couldn't find in their own relationship. And since there is no one cause or reason that can justify or explain the rising popularity of be havior, there is no one 'fix-all' solution that can keep couples from being affected. But even with the deck stacked against you, there are still some things that can be done to keep Jodie or Joanne from destroying your house hold. The following are the top five of the ten best ways to creep proof your marriage. 5). Make Time For Each Other You're an upwardly mobile woman who places a lot of emphasis on building a ca reer. Sometimes you're just too tired for intimacy. That is un derstandable But if you want to keep .your marriage tight, you may want to invest in some Red Bull or vitamins. Your husband needs you as much as your job or your dren. Your lack of focus on your relationship with him only makes it easier for an other female to play the role of comforter while you keep wor rying about your next promo tion. 4.) Become Bosom Buddies As Well As Bed Buddies -If there is one thing I've learned, it's that people seem to be more loyal to their best friends -, than they are to the person they walked down the aisle with. So, here's a suggestion . Marry your best friend. I mean, if you're going to spend the next so+ years with some body, wouldn't it make sense to lock in with the person you trust the most? 3.) Open Yourself Up-Listen, this is the person you de cided to spend the rest of your life with. All of the sexual hang-ups you had as a single male or female, let them go. The things you weren't willing to do before may make all the difference in keeping your lover satisfied. Stop being so rigid If your wife or husband wants to experiment, be will ing to give it a try: Everything is fair game once those rings exchange fingers. Besides, there's an old saying that goes, What you won't do, another will.' And don't think once that your spouse won't try to find that willing participant. 2.) Stay On Your" A" Game What you did to get her, you have to continue to keep her. You hooked her by coming off as a smooth Prince Charming. Now that she s the Mrs., don t turn back into a pumpkin. The flowers, the sweet talk, the spontaneous displays of affec tion in public, keep it up Those are the things that had her telling all of her friends about you By letting off the gas, you allow her to regain her senses and see you for the scrub you really are. Keep her in la-la land and all her thoughts will be about you. 1.) Marry The Right One The best way to avoid drama, heartbreak and overall marital misery is to pick wisely from the beginning. There is no way you can't turn a whore into a housewife unless you plan on playing the role of a pimp More often than not, the signs are there from the start. But instead of recognizing the fick leness in prospective mates, people tend to be temporarily blinded by either extreme beauty, wealth or charisma They look past obvious flaws and marry individuals of ques tionable character because of superficial qualities that they feel will increase their own self worth. It is only after the shine wears off that they finally see the four-legged mongrel they're really stuck with. By then, it's too late and they only have themselves to blame Getting married is easy. Stay ing happily committed is the hard part. But like anything else, the more work and effort you put into taking care of it, the longer it will last. Send comments to: Clarence Barr, II, 43110018, F. C. I. Bennettsville, P 0. Box 52020, Bennettsville, S. C., 29512 or email cbarr2@oa sisnovels.com. Geraldine lie Ill' Williams Wins oratorical Contest ALEXANDRIA, VA--According to the judges, Geraldine Keke Williams from New Mt. Zion Missionary Bap tist Church in Tampa, bested all competitors at the Youth Oratorical Contest of the Na tional Baptist Deacons Con vention in Washington, DC, Wednesday Ms. Williams provided a victory winning presentation on the topic "The Path to the True Life of Abun-' dance," which contrasted materialism with a faith-based lifestyle. Her dissertation was inspired by biblical scripture from Matthew 6:33, encour aging her audience to . seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and (abun dance) will be added unto you." Keke toppled five finalists to earn her win. A member of New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, Keke .is the daughter of the late Debra and Fain Williams. She is the grand daughter of Mrs. Geraldine Twine and the late Deacon John Twine. The National Baptist Dea cons Convention is an all-vol unteer national body of Christian laymen who provide a variety of fellowship, educa tional, and missionary pro grams for men, women, and youths.

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c Patel Conservatorv Is Calling Performers For 'Tampa's Got Talent' Tampa Bay area residents Performing Arts Center in the Tampa's Got Talent competi tion on Sunday, Aug. 2. Full scholarships for fall classes at the Patel Conservatory will be awarded to the top four com petitors. categories: voice, dance and theater. Each will receive con structive feedback from judges, who are Patel Conser vatory instructors. class we offer in the fall It's also a wonderful chance for these performers to get feed back from professional in structors," said Wendy Leigh, vice president of edu cation and humanities at TBPAC. "We truly offer the best instruction in dance, voice, music and theater, and we are delighted to be able to give scholarships to four tal-C ented performers with poten-tial." are invited to compete for scholar ships at the Patel Conservatory at the Tampa Bay Competitors will be asked to perform a prepared two minute performance piece in one or more of the following "The Tampa's Got Talent scholarship competition is an unprecedented opportunity for those interested in study ing dance, music or theater to try for a scholarship in any Those interested in com pet-I\) ing should call 813-222-6453 g by July 31st to register or for "' more information. More infor mation about the Patel Con-Let's Build Something Together"' servatory is available www. patelconservatory.org. HURRY IN FOR SPECIAL VALUES Prices valid 7/26/09 -8/2/09 unless otherwise noted. Brands may by market. Pavers 7 DAYS A WEEK. NO REBATES. NO MINIMUM PURCHASES. us deMiies rrif. See sales assxDe for daail5. OfU vaid !IM-7fJ1ml. per case Granules 1125810 YOURCHOICE YOUR CHOICE 32 Oz. Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner #43967 Pledge Duster Plus #39010 28 Count Wlndex Wipes #197615 Details on our poicies and services: Prices rray vary after !V2J1l9 are market variations. "Was prices in this advertisement were in effect on 7/2.0/09 and may vary based on Lowe's Everyday Low Price policy. See store for details regarding product warranties. 'Ne reseiVe the right to quantities. CREDIT FINANCING PROM0110N DETAILS: Applies to any single-receipt, in-store purchase of $299 or more made through 1/31/2010 on a Lowe' s Consumer Cred'rt Card account. No monthly paymerrts will be required and no flllance charges will be assessed on this promotional you pay the foUowing in fuU within 6 months: (1) the promotional purchase amount, and (2) any related optional insurancelde6t c3ncellation chruges. H you do finance chruges wiU be assessed on the promo balance from the date of the purchase and monthly payrrenlS will be required. Regular account tenns apply to non-promotional purchases. Standard APR is 22.99%. APR is 26.99%. Minimum finance charQe is $1.00. Existing cardholders should see their credn card agreement for their applicable tenns. Olfer is subject to credrt approval. Excludes Lowe'se Business Credit Accounts, Lowes Project Can:JS" Accounts and Lowe' s Vrsa" !lccounts. While lOwe's strives to be accurate, unintentional errors may occur. We resetVe the right to correct any promotions apply to US locations only, and are available while supplies last e 2000 by Lowe'se. AU rights reserved. Lowe's'l and the gable design are registered trademarks of LF,LLC. (6497) at "" r-0 ::tl c )> en m z ::! z m r-1 aJ c r r-!!I z "'0 c aJ r-u; X m c m < m c m < )> z 0 "TT ::tl B

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g Local .. C'\1 co Sisters Are Frontrunners To -, President's Visit To Africa w ;:) 1-Just 2 days before Presi-dent Barack Obama and his family visited Ghana's Cape Coast Castle, a few days ago, 2 Tampa sisters, who now reside in Houston, Texas, had made the trip. Their story and that of the President's was so significant and symbolic that CBS Evening News, other news agencies featured the sisters, with photos Their Tampa mom, Mrs. Winona J. Hardin, and other relatives are beaming With joy Wanda Milian and Cheryl Hardin-Duodu on their journey in Cape Coast Castle. (AP Photo/Todd Pibnan) The sisters, Cheryl Hardin-for the trans-Atlantic slave there. They are both graduates Duodu, 48, a pediatrician in trade. The slave trade ended in of King High School, former Houston, and Wanda Mil-1833 and visitors now go debutantes and former Golden ian, 47, who works for a through those dungeons and Sable girls. Methodist Church, were exdark areas. Cheryl moved to Houston to cited about this trip. For Both sisters believe that if complete her residency at Bay-Hardin-Duodu, this was her slavery wasn' t a part of their lor College of Medicine and 4th trip and the first for her history, they wouldn't be who later decided to make it her sister. Hardin-Duodu, who and where they are today. home. Wanda began her serv-is married to a Ghanaian engi-Mrs. Hardin (mother) is so ice in the ministry at Greater c neer she met in tlie U.S., took proud of her daughters and Mt. Moriah P. B. Church be-a: her 15-year-old son along for their accomplishments. In fore moving to Houston. LL the first time. She wanted her shedding light on their accomThey are the granddaughters son to know what being free plishments, she goes back to of the late Major Johnson, < really meant, just as the Presi-their days at Greco Junior Mr. Unice and Mrs. Odessa ?!:: dent wanted to use the trip as High School and how City E. King, and Rev. Cha:rtie C'"" an education experience for his Councilwoman Gwen Miller and Mrs. Sarah Sheppard. They are the sisters of Ms. 0 daughters. and Mrs. Mary Padgett vol-W LaDonna Morrison and ::l Cape Coast served as the Brituntarily took the sisters under Henry L. Hardin, 11 and 1-ain's West Africa headquarters 'watch care' while they were aunts to Ms. Kaela Hardin. w > w c w ::1: t/) :::::i m ;:) c. Librarv Gets New Sign And covered Walkwav Z For several years the Ada T. i= Payne Friends of The Urban W .J Libraries (ATP) have re.J ::l quested a covered walkway and new sign for the Robert W. uj Saunders Library. Recently, z the request was granted and i= the construction is underway. ffi The walkway will connect the 0 rear of the library to the historic Booker T. Washington El-0: ementary School. The cost of 0 the project is $100,000 and Li will be in September. ._. The walkway is needed library conducts events for the stu dents during school hours. Michael Alexander, who stands at 6'5", stands beside the newly constructed Robert W. Saunders, Sr., Public Library sign. Currently, a fence separates the back of the school from the library The students must walk down Estelle Street and Nebra;;ka Avetiue to library. Jason Pepe, Principal of ByMamaah (813) 977-7818 FREE I Ask Us About Synthetic Hair Our Smmer Human Hair Available Specials! We Specialize In All Kinds Of Braids Address: 10020 N. 30th St. *Tampa, Fl33612 (At Poinsettia Plaza -Behind Busch Gardens Between Annie & Bougalnvilea) We Accept Credit Cards Washington Elementary, said the fenced walkway will pro'vide a safer environment for students to travel between the two buildings Since it is cov ered, the students will still be able to use it during rainy weather. Howard Harris, Vice Pres ident of the organization said the old sign was small and issu e to miss. However his group worked on the sign problem for about four years before sending a letter to Governor Charlie Crist request ing "the bureaucratic impasse be resolved," and shortly after wards, a meeting was held. King High Graduates Unite Throughout Year In photo are com?"ttee members (from left to right): Cheryl Darlene VIckers, Sandy Washington, Patsy Ross, Costella Zeigler, Coretha Singleton, Angelo Fluker Cedric Fluker, Leroy Zeigler, Donnell Haynes, and Micheal 'Hodges. (Not shown are Albert Tommy Holton. Also, a special shout out to Shelton Billups, deceased). On June 20, 2009, a group of King High School alums got to:gether at Lowry Park for a Fam ily and Friends Picnic. The purpose of the event was for everyone to enjoy each other while they can still cher ish the moment with fond memories. "Recent deaths have brought us closer together," said Cheryl Vickers, one of the event organizers. Over 200 attended the picnic and plans are for the group to spend a weekend in Orlando sometime in September. They also are planning a holiday party for November or Decem. ber. Some of the events that led up to the picnic was a gathering at TGIF's, bowling, laser tag, a clubhouse gathering, and the picnic. Cheryl Vickers said it is very important they enjoy each other every chance they get. "Tomorrow is not promised to us." Mike Hodges, who also helped organize the event, said they have lost so many close friends the past 3 years. "I'm glad Cheryl had the vi sion and drive to make these gatherings a reality. As much as I enjoy embracing old friends and classmates, I don't think I should be embracing them at Aikens, Wilson's, or Ray Williams all the time. "A park, bowling alley, happy hour and other places I prefer to embrace my friends where we can smile, laugh and talk, not cry." 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Local Mentors For Ministrv Celebrate During 3rd Annual Praver Breakfast Elder Jesse Smalley, Jr. was the speaker at the Mentors For Ministry 3rd Annual Prayer Breakfast held at the Barkesdale Center, behind MacFarland Park. Cepeda McKay and No Limits aroused the spirits of the guests as they sang original songs from their newly-released CD during praise and worship. Anointed Praise and All In The Family helped keep the spirits high as they ministered dance and mime. This was another successful year for the Mentors as they ministered at the nursing homes, hospitals and churches. The ministry was expanded this year as they took time to grocery shop and deliver groceries for the elderly. They have been non-s '-hey were selected to sing with the .Junior Choir that opened up the NFL Gospel Concert at the Sundome Super Bowl weekend. They sang at the Heritage Festiva earwater. Mentors For Ministry also sang at the Clark Sisters' Regional Conference here in Tampa. They sang at the West Central District Musical COG! ,. 'th Supt. C. U. Sutton. The group recently tr' led to Palmetto, Bradenton and Arcadia. They are to participate in the 'l)mted Fellowship Conference with Bishop Bellamy in Columbia, S.C. Dr. Alafaye is President. .. ,. Mentors For Ministry is a youth outreach ministry comprised of children beginning at the age of 3 and up. The group was started in 2007 under the supE:rvision of Dr. P. Tucker-Johnson, a member of Christ Community Church, Bishop Philip F. Tucker, Pastor. The many faces of Mentors For Ministry. Anointed Praise dancers. Elder Jesse Smalley, Jr. was the guest speaker. All In The Family Mime performed. Familv Involvement Workshop Daycare workers from around the city converged on New Friendship MB Church Daycare Center recently for a Family Involvement Workshop. There were many interactive a ctivities for the workers to take ba c k to their students. (Photos by Julia Jackson) From left to right, Wanda Kelley, Parent Educator Instructor; Nelda Program Director, Family Involvement Connections; Ms. Sarah Colbert, Administrator at Friendship Daycare Center and Ms. Marshall, Friendship Daycare Center Director. Parent, Mrs. Thomas, attended the workshop. Rosalind Freeman of King's Kids Christian Academy at the workshop. Ms. Hardy provided musical melodies for the-workshop. . In Recognition Of Her Relocating To San Diego, California Theme: "In The Promise Of Another Tomorrow" Saturday, August 1, 2009 7:00 P.M. Location: 1495 Tampa Parle Plaza -(Off Nebraska 4ve Tempe, FL) Featured Guest: The Exciting Gospel Warriors Of Tampa, Florida Please Come One, Come A/IIIII "We Will Surley Miss Her!" -4 c: m C/) c l< c.. c: !< I\) ()0 I\) 0 0
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Local c: m C/) c Bav Area Doctor Resigns After Forwarding onensive E-Mail About President Obama c.. c: !< N This is the e-mailed image of President Obama forwarded to over 150 people by David McKalip, M.D. The caption under the picture reads: "Obama Care, coming soon to a clinic near you." BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After learning about an offen sive e-mail being circulated b y a St. Petersburg doctor, a State Representative called for his res ignation. The doctor resigned his leadership post and issued an apology. Dr. David McKalip, who is a popular neurosurgeon, is the president-elect of the Pinellas County Medical Association and' a board member of the Florida Medical Association. The e-mail depicted President Barack Obama dressed as a witch doctor as he allegedly appears in a loin cloth, exotic headdress with a bone through his nose and his face painted. State Rep. Darryl Rouson said, "I called for his resignation because to me even if a doctor does not acknowledge his own racism, the passing of it to over 150 people certainly allows other DAVID McKALIP, M.D. .. .Apologized for forwarding e-mail and resigned post racists to take enjoyment and hide behind it. "The impression I was trying to correct by calling for his resigna tion is the perception that the so ciety he leads would share in his values. "There are good doctors and surgeons in St. Petersburg in the medical society and in the Florida Medical Association that were equally insulted and of fended. By asking him to step down, we hopefully will avoid a broad brush of attacks of his fel lows that they are racists also." State RepresenJative Rouson is also a practicing attorney and the former President of the St. Petersburg Branch of the NAACP. Dr. McKalip defended his de cision to forward the e-mail. However, he later announced that he was stepping down. "That e-mail depicted such an offensive image, and it was com pletely inappropriate for me to thoughtlessly forward it out. A person in my position, who's trying to help patients and trying to do it in organized medicine, needs to think hard about the people he's going to hurt when he sends out images like that." He apologized and said he was N taking a year off a nd a less active g role in the health care reform de-CD bate. The Florida Medical Associa tion issued a statement saying, The Florida Medical Associa tion is an organization with zero tolerance for racist or discrimi natory behavior. As such, we do not condone the circulation of what has been described by the press as a racist depiction of President Obama by David McKalip, M.D. Dr. McKalip's actions do not in any way reflect the positions, attitudes, or culture of the Florida Medical Association "The Florida Medical Associa tion finds his actions disrespect, ful to President Obama and b the Office of the President. The :::D Florida Medical Association is disappointed by Dr. McKalip's actions and urges Dr. McKalip to extend President Obama an apology for his egregious deed." i5 )> C/) m z -i z m r;-m c: rr-Relav For lite Comminee Rallv !!I z "'tJ c: The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of East Tampa held its Relay For Life Committee Rally last Tuesday at the Good Luck Cafe. Community leaders and supportive friends were invited to get involved in the fight against cancer (Photography by Brunson) -u; In attendance were Michael Dove, Event Chair, American Cancer Society, East Tampa Relay For Life; Natalie Brown, co-owner, Good Luck Cafe; Janelle Keyes, American Cancer Society Community Represe. ntative; and Timothy Brown, co-owner, Good Luck Cafe. Tammaja Lawson, Ricquitta Lomax and Flossie Lomax at the Community Rally for the fight against cancer. Julius D. Davis, sponsorship chair and Dr. Natasha Goodley with Barry University, Tampa. Tyrone Walker, Kitona Walker and Helen Turner at the Relay For Life Rally. 3602 7th Avenue* Tempa, FL or 247;.3719 (I 0 Keys Made : 79 And Up Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ..... .. $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ................ ....... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! ::1: m c m < m -i c: m (/) c )> z c :!! c C) m .... ....

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c a: LL. c z < c C/) w :::l ... !;: w > w c w ::z:: C/) CD :::l C. z i= w _. _. :::) m -' _._ w z j:: z W C/) Entertainment Do The Right Thing Turns20 When most AfricanAmerican filmmakers were trying to make a way out of no way in Hollywood by being politically correct, Spike Lee chalienged the industry with thought-provoking stories qf Black America. This June, the Brooklyn-born director, screenwriter, producer and actor will celebrate the 20th anniversary of his classic masterpiece "Do the Right Thing." The film explores the racial tensions in a mul ticultural Brooklyn community and how those lives struggled to coexist in har mony. Not only did Lee cast vet eran actors such as the late Ossie Davis and his wife, Ruby Dee, but he offered many up-and-comersRosie Perez and Martin Lawrence-their big-screen debuts. To commemorate the film's 29th anniversary, Image Nation will host its sth annual Black History Month event with the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center tonight with a starstudded celebration honoring director Spike Lee in New York. For those of you who still don't get the significance of "DTRT," perhaps America's President and First Lady can put it into perspective for you. "Pres.Barack Obama told me the first date he took Michelle to was [to see] 'Do the Right Thing,'" Lee shares with New York magazine. "I said, Thank God, I made it." And we thank God Lee's been doing the right thing. for the last 20 years : cc. r c KeJisAwarded SiiO,usal, Child SuPPon From Nas a: g u. be altered. In addition to the monthly support, N as must also pay $45,000 to cover Kelis' attorney for a forensic accountant. I Attorney for both parties were at odds over support for Kelis' prenatal care: In .' '" papers filed with the court, ,Just hours after Kelis gave birth to her first child, son, Knight Jones, a judge rel>artedly ordered her estranged husband, Nas, to pay her hefty sums in both spousal and chil d support. Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled Thursday (July 23) that Nas must pay Kelis nearly $44,000 a month in support. The ruling is tempo racy until a follow-up hearing September 8, when it will be decided if the amount should Kelis claims Nas "abandoned" her during her pregnancy. A lawyer for Nas, however, contends his client paid $3o,ooo in expenses toward the birth and main tained her health-insurance costs. Kelis and N as have been embattled in a bitter divorce dispute since word broke that the couple would be splitting in April. In papers filed in court at the time, Kelis cited irrecon cilable -differences. The cou ple was married for four year. NYC Street Corner Renamed After RUN DMC And JMJ The New York City Council approved a new bill that will rename 205th Street and Hollis Avenue in Hollis, Queens after the group, Run-DMC. The popular corner where Hollis' prodigal son's perfected their craft will forever be known as "Run-DMC JMJ (Jam Master Jay) Way," Leroy G. Comrie, a Queens City Councilman that represents the district says the renaming of the street and the brand new Hollis Famous Burger joint/ museum will "economically revitalize this particular neighborhood as a potential tourism attraction." Game Is Prepared For A 'Never-Ending' Banle With Jav-z THE GAME vs. JAY-Z Jay-Z may be the king of rap, but when it comes to hip-hop rivalries, Game claims he's the king of battles. Taking a from his promotional tour in Amsterdam, The Game spoke with "The Boodah Brothers Show" on Norfolk, Virginia's 103 Jamz, responding to Jay's recent radio interview with the U.K.'s Tim Westwood. After countless verses name-dropping Carter,,Game engaged Jay-Z in a full-on battle. The war of words was ignited when Jay mentioned Game's name, : along with Jim Jones and Dame Dash, in a freestyle during the launch of his Blueprint 3 tour. Game immediately responded, going as far as dissing. Beyonce, questioning Jay's ability to father children and attacking the rapper's age. Speaking out for the first time, Jay said his verse wasn't a dis, but couldn't care less how it's perceived. "If that's a dis, then wear that," Jay told Westwood. "Tell groupie to get over it." Sherin Probtnu Jackson Coroner's Emplovees LOS ANGELES --Los Angeles County sheriff' s investigators have begun an inquiry into whether coro'" ner's employees illegally leaked or sold private infor mation related to the investigation of Michael Jackson's death The department was asked to conduct the probe by county supervisors, he said. On Wednesday the coro ner's office said Jackson's death certificate was improperly viewed by at least a half-dozen employees who had no role in investigating the cause of his death. Improper views of the cer tificate, which is stored in a state-supervised system, is a violation of internal rules, not any laws, Harvey said. Within two weeks of the entertainer's June 25 death, the certificate had been viewed more than 300 times, according to Harvey. Jad:snn Ach ism Says lie Tmncd o,cr S5.5M LOS ANGELES--A former financial advisor to Michael Jackson said Friday that he was the person who recently turned over to executors $5.5 million, which had been "a secret between Michael and me." Dr. Tohme Tohme responded to an inquiry about documents in which administrators of the estate said they had recovered $5.5 million and substantial amounts of personal proper ty from an unnamed former financial adviser. "It was not recovered," he said. "I had the money and I gave it to them. It .was a s ecret between Michael and .. , 1 J .:Jil .. A.!i ,J.J. .... tJ.! He sa1d the money, which came from recording residuals, was earmarked by Jackson for the purchase of what was to be his "dream in J;.as Vegas. He said he was in negotiations for the. h ome when Jackson died. "He 'Don't tell anyone about this money,"' TDhme recalled. "But when he passed away I told them I had this money, and I gave it to them." He said he also turned over a large number of items from Jackson's Neverland estate that were once I MICHAEL JACKSON scheduled to be auctioned. When Jackson decided to call off the auction, Tohme said he had everything put into storage. He said he turned over that personal property to the executors as well. Tohme is the financier who advised Jackson during the last year and half of his life and was instrumen tal in saving Neverland from foreclosure. He also was a key figure in negotiating the contracts for Jackson to do a series of comeback concerts in London. Attorney John Branca and music executive John McClain are serving as temporary administrators as spelled out in the King of Pop's will. The men are finishing several deals that they expect will generate "tens of millions of dollars of revenues." They expect to submit those deals for court approval within the next week, the filings state. The revelations were included in two motions requesting allowances for Jackson's three children and h) : s rp.other, The petitions state that JackSon was the pr1mait 'df for his children and his mother, who receives some money from Social Security. Katherine Jackson currently has custody of the thr:ee childre n, 12-year-old Michael Joseph Jr., known as Prince Michael; n-year-old Paris Michael Katherine Jackson; and 7-year-old Prince Michael II, known as Blanket. The children and Jackson's mother are the only members of Jackson's family eligible to receive support from the estate, according to the court filings.

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Local Sports local Promoter Ventures Into Mixed Manial Ans From left to right: Run, The Detonator, King Cobra, and Mike. Having been a professional boxer, Corey "King Cobra" Felton naturally was interested in staying involved in that sport after injuries sustained in an accident ended his career. Starting out as a trainer, then later a manger, King Cobra eventually became a licensed promoter, and launched an entertainment company. He also got involved in Gospel shows, plays, and other forms of entertainment. What seems as a natural progression for him, King Cobra is now involved in the hottest new sport today, Mixed Martial Arts. "I studied the sport closely to see what it was all about, then met and talked with some of the fighters. I thi nk it is the fastest growing sport around, and is gaining more and more fans each year." With professional boxing fading in popularity, King Cobra felt this would be the perfect time for him to -'<-.. his first MMA fighter, Andrew "The Detonator" Debnar. "King Cobra said he saw Debnar fight, and was immediately interested in signing him. "He was recently in a fight that turned into a war. It went the distance. That fight was against an 8-time medalist of the Pan AmeriCan Games, Eduardo de Lima." King Cobra watched his first MMA fight recently, and said he can't recall when he was so nervous. "I didn't know what to expect. My man, The Detonator, performed well, but so did the other guys. It's much more brutal and physical than boxing or wrestling." King Cobra said he hopes to bring an MMA event to Tampa iri the near future that will feature The Detonator among others. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcews@flsentinel.com. Subscribe Today! "The Voice of Our Comnzunity Speaking for Itself' Call: (813) 248-1921 c: m en c Matrix Track Club Brings Home 2 National Titles c.. c: !< 1\) 1\) 0 0 CD The Tampa Matrix Club brought home 2 national titles after participating at the AAU National Club Championships held at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista last Friday Darrin Gibson set a new championship record in the Boo meters. He earned victory in a time of 1:Ps3 75, taking u.ver a second off the record set by Philadelphia 's Wasim Graves in 1998. Gibson won the Class 2A Boo meter championship in the spring. Gibson also ran the anchor leg on the Matrix's 4X400 relay team that won a national title. Gibson and his teammates, Jordan Williams (Jesuit), Khirey McQuay (Armwood), and. Christopher Watson (Wharton) were victorious in the time of 3:18.03. The Matrix also took 2nd place in the men's 4X10o relay as the team of McQuay, Watson, Frank Minton (Lakewood) and Shane McEwen (Wharton) earned silver in a time of 41.94-In Tuesday's qualifying, Minton tied. Calvin Smith, II's (presently at the University of Florida and a member of the U. S. Olympic team) championship record of 10.62 iii the 100 meters, and ran in the 4X10o relay, despite a pulled groin suf fered during the 100 meter final. The injury slowed him to a time of 11.18 and sixth place and also forced him to withdraw from the 200 meters, where he had run the second fastest time in qualifying. Smith was coached by Gary Watson when he broke the record. In the girls' competition, the Matrix's intermediate girls (15 and 16) 4X400 team of Ciara Hawkins (Hillsborough) Jasmine Wright (Tampa Bay Tech), Tyler Watson (Sligh), Stevondria Hardy (Dowdell) won a bronze medal in the time of 4:03.72 seconds. Angeline Mills (Tampa Bay Tech), Khadeejah Heath (Freedom), Hawkins and Watson earned a bronze medal in the sprint medley relay. Hawkins reached the final of the intermediate Boo meters, finishing in 8th place in a time of 2:27.14, while Stevondria Hardy took 8th in the 200 meter dash (25.93). Other athletes who com-Young men's team: Jordan Williams, Khirey McQuay, Chris Watson, Shane McEwen and Darrin Gibson with Coach Watson (in rear). ,. I Sprint medley team: Angelina Mills; Tyler Watson, Khadeejah Heath and Ciara Hawkins. ., r-0 ::D en m z :::! z m r;m c: r rm :::! z C: m r-u; :I: m c m < m ::D -< c: m (/) c )> z C ., ::D c peted for the Matrix were Tia Stewart, Laurajeane Harvey, Marilyn Hawkins, Larenz Johnson (Wiregrass), LilRobert Wilson, C) Anthony Hendry and m Miles Bennett (Jesuit). w

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Sports c a: LL c z < c en w :::;) t-> a:, W > ,., o w :::: en" ...J' m :::;) Q. z tu ...J ...J :::;) m ...J w :z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL New League Will Consider Signing Vick MICHAEL VICK NEW YORK --When the United Football League debuts in October, Michael Vick could be one of its players. Michael Huyghue, the commissione' r of the new four-team league, says the UFL is willing to give Vick a place to play provided there are no pending legal issues. His rights belong to the Orlando franchise. "One of the things that is important in our premiere season is to showcase the quality of talent and the coaches, and to be able to show outstanding players who find themselves in this quagmire tpe NFL creates," Huyghue said "Michael Vick might be that kind of player because he is ... a phe nomenal talent, but he needs transitionining back into the NFL. "Also gaining as much widespread exposure for the league as possible might be addressed with Michael Vick." The UFL will have teams in Orlando, New York, Las Vegas and San Francisco, playing games mostly on Thursday nights in October and November The champi onship game will be Nov. 27, the day after Thanksgiving. Orlando acquired UFL rights to Vick in an allocation draft of players not under contract in the NFL. Big Ben. Relaxed .-,:With Shaq In Suburban .Pinsburuh BEN ROETHLISBERGER AMBRIDGE ; PA--Ben Roeth!isberger enjoyed a warm reception from Pittsburgh Steelers fans in his first public appearance since being named in a civil lawsuit by a woman who alleges he sexually assaulted her. Filming the first episode of Shaquille O'Neal's rea l ity TV show, Roethlisberger kept things lighthearted and didn't discuss the allegations. The two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback appeared loose and playful at a suburban Pittsburgh high school field Friday night in front of an estimat ed 5,000 that never showed signs of turning on him after the accusations aga inst him that came out earlier this week. Although he was not available to the media, piayed the part of O'Neal's tongue-incheek sparring 'partner trashing-talking, whoopipg it up with the crowd, raising his fist in the air after long completions and doing fist pumps while sprinting down the field after touchdowns. (813) 248-1921. McGinest Open To NFL Return WILLIE MCGINEST l..OS ANGELES --Willie McGinest will consider playing another NFL season if he receives an interesting offer, and he would prefer to get it from the New England Patriots The 37-year-old McGinest, the two-time Pro Bowl line backer who won three Super Bowls with New England, acknowledged his interest Saturday during the Hollywood Stars celebrity softball game at Dodger Stadium. McGinest, whose 16 post season sacks are the most in NFL history, played the past three seasons in Cleveland after 12 years with the Patriots, who are thought to be thin at outside linebacker heading into trqining camp. Tiuer To Plav In Buick Open TIGER WOODS GRAND BLANC, MI -Tiger woods has decided to play in the Buick Open as he prepares for the final major of the year. Woods announced last Thursday that he would return to the Buick Open, w hich he has won twice. His longtime endorsement deal with Buick ended early last year, and there were ques tions whether woods would play Woods did not play the Buick Invitational at Torrey Pines earlier this year because he had not returned from knee surgery. The decision nieans Woods is likely to play three straight weeks concluding with the PGA Championship. Between the Buick Open and PGA Championship is the Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone, a World Golf Championship that Woods has won six times O.J Simpson Fears Saletv In Prison Incarcerated O.J. Simpson is l iving in fear behind bars because he's convinced his cellmate is plotting to kill him. The former football star wa s sentenced to at least 15 years in a Ne va da prison last December (o8) after his conviction for armed robbery relating to a September 2007 sports memorabilia heist. He is serving his time at Lovelock Correctional Center as he awaits progress on his appeal, but according to a tabloid, Simpson is ter rified his cellinate is plotting to take revenge on him for the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Simpson-Brown. The retired sportsman was cleared of killing his ex and her friend Ron Goldman in 1995, Simpsom is fearful he will become the target of a revenge attack. According to the tabloid, Simpson has told pals, "My cellmate is nuts . He's a killer, and he hates me. He told me that he is in prison for murder and rape, and he hates my guts because I got 0. J SIMPSON away with murdering my ex wife. "He's told me he is going to strangle me in my sleep the first chance he gets." Friends of Simpson are worried The Naked Gun star is gradually being driven to insanity and are concerned he will not survive his prison stint. An insider says, "I think O.J. is finally losing it. If he has to stay in prison for a long time, he won't make it." Simpson is due back in court on 3 August when a judge will decide whether to grant him bail pending his appeal T.O.-Mania Arrives At Bills Camp PITTSFORD, NY -Coach Dick J auron was in the midst of discussing the electric quality Terrell Owens' presence brings to the Buffalo Bills when, as if on cue, a roar of cheers and shrieks erupted from the other side of the field. The cause of the commo tion was Owens, of course To the delight of the hundreds offans who had waited after practice, the star receiver elected to hold an impromptu autograph session that lasted nearly 25 minutes Not that it mattered to Jauron, who's quickly grown accust omed to being upstaged by Owens after spenqing of his vaca tion this past month fielding questions about T.O. It proved to be a circustype atmosphere. There were fans who had 'T.O.' painted on their chests in Bills colors. Others brought their popcorn and spilled it on to the field. Many brought boxes of the limited edition 'T .O's' breakfast cereal that's available in local gro cery stores. And there was Terrell Owens got the royal treatment from fans on hi, s first day of camp. certainly a large amount of No. 81 jerseys that dotted the stands. Sound exciting? Fans began chanting "T.O.! T.O.!" the second Owens was spotted emerg ing from the locker room to take the field five minutes before the start of practice. They cheered every time he made a catch and even the time he didn't after bobbling a ball out of bounds.

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Sports Former Champion Vernon Forrest Was FataiiV Shot In Atlanta VERNON FORREST ATLANTA -Vernon Forrest, a former two-di vision champion who gained stardom w h en he became the first boxer to d efeat Shane Mosley, was shot to death in what police are calling an attempted robbery. Atlanta police Sgt. Lisa Keyes said in an e-mail Sunday that the 38-year-old Forrest was shot several times in the back late Saturday night on a street just southwest of downtown. Keyes said there were no sus pects. Fulton County medical examiner Michele Stauffenberg confirmed the case was a homicide and that the autopsy showed Forrest died from "multiple gunshot wounds involving the torso and thigh." Keyes said. Charles Watson, the boxer's manager said police and witnesses told him that Forrest !iad stopped at a gas station to put air in his tire when a man approached asking for mone y Somehow, Vernon had h is wa ll et out and the guy snatched his wallet an d st art ed running," Watson said. "Vernon pursu ed after him. The g u y turned the corner and Vernon didn't see him. He turned aro und to go back to the car. That's wh en he started firing." Watson said Forrest's uyear-old godson was with him, but had gone into the convenience store and did not witness the shooting Forrest, a native of Augusta, Ga., who lived in Atlanta, was a member of the 1992 Olympic team along with Oscar De La Hoya. The popular fighter later won welterweight and junior mid dleweight and compiled a professional record of 41-3 with 29 knockouts. Hall 01 Famers Rickev Henderson And Jim Rice New enshrinees Rickey Henderson (left) and Jim Rice share a laugJl during Sunday's ceremony. COOPERSTOWN, NY-Whether it was their match ing broad smiles, their pair of newly minted Hall of Fame plaques shimmering in the late afternoon sun or their sizable contingent of family, friends and fans who beamed with a heady mixture of joy and pride, Rickey Henderson and Jim Rice looked very much alike on Sunda y afternoon. Yet for the two men who made up the core of the H all Class of 2 oo9 when it came to the pla y ing careers that w -ere being immortalized Sunday, they could not h ave been more different. Henderson was a thief, a speed demon who literally stole his way into the hearts of fans across the country, while suiting up for nine dif ferent teams. Rice was a power hitter, a menacing presence in the batter's box who starred for just a single team. Henderson was a starring member of two World Series winning teams while Rice lost the onl y two Fall Classics he appeared in And while they debuted just a few years apart in the 1970s, Rice' s career was over b y 1989 while Henderson p layed another 14 seasons in th e majors NFL Reinstates VickOn condhional Basis MICHAEL VICK Nearl y two years after he pleaded guilt y to a federal charge of bankrolling a dog fighting operation at a home he owned in Virginia, Michael Vick was reinstat ed to the National Football League on a conditional basis, according to an NFL statement Monday. Michael Vick will be considered for full reinstatement based on his progress by the sixth week Vick "will be considered for full reinstatement and to play in regular-season games by Week 6 based on the progress he makes in his transition plan," the statement said. Week 6 of the NFL season is in October. Vick may participate in practices, workouts and meetings and may play in his club's final two presea_ son games under the conditions of his reinstatement, the league said. In a letter to Vick, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wrote that his decision regarding full rein statement "will be based on reports from outside profes sionals, your probation offi cer and charged with supervising your activiti es, the quality of your work out side football" as wellas factors such as the absence of any further law enforcement issues. "This step-by-step approach is not meant to be a further punishment and should not be viewed as such," Goodell wrote, according to the NFL. "Instead, it is intended to maximize the prospect that you can successfully your career and your life. I believe that a transition al approach with a strong network of support will give you the best opportunity to manage effecti v ely the various issues and.]5ressuresthat y ou will inevitabl y face in the coming weeks and months and earn your full reinstatement." BEAUTY UNLIMITED B RUNI Returning by popular demand as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature Is special lady deserves special recog_nitlon, and Bruni has the honor of being among only a handful of features who've returned bec.ause you demanded lt . Bruni doesn't mind telling you about herself, and expects you to pay attention when she's talking. She also enjoys being with her Joyal friends, and tries to associate herself only with positive people doing positive things. When it comes to the man in her life, Bruni said he must be mature and strong, handsome, and goal-ori ented. He also must respect himself and others. Congratulations to Bruni as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Mets Put SheHield on Disabled list GARY SHEFFIELD New York Mets' season. The Mets placed Sheffield on the 15-day DL. Sheffield got hurt while chasing Yunel Escobar's double. He was placed on the,DL retroactive to July 18. The 40-year-old Sheffield leads the team with 10 homers and is batting .286 with 36 RBis in 75 games. He was signed just before the start of the season after getting cut by Detroit Sheffield was dressed in .., r 0 ::u en m z -t z m ':"' m c r r m ::t z c m r::::: en :::z:: m c m < m ::u --< .-t c: m en c )> z c .., c HOUSTON --Gary --sheffielais neaded" to the disabled li s t with a s trained right h amstring, addin g to the rash of substantial injuries that h as wrecke d the his uniform about two hours before Saturday's game and told reporters that the Mets had told him nothing. On the lineup card posted in the C) clubhouse, he was listed as an availab le bench player. U1

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0) Funeral 1 Memoriams co jiN MEMORIAM I -Wilson ::> ...., 0 (f) w ::> ..... -------------MR. OTIS WIGGINS Funeral services for the late Mr. Otis Wiggins, of 3708 East McBerry Street, will be held Wednesday, July 29, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1902 West LaSalle Street, with the pastor, Reverend James C. Givins, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. 0 Otis Wiggins was a resident cr. of Tampa for 63 years, His LL employment included 30 0 years with the railroad. Z H e was a faithful member until his health declined. ..... > cr. w > w c w :I: (J) :::i m ::> D.. z i= w ...J ...J :::; m ...:, w z !z w (J) < c cr. 0 ...J LL He leaves to celebrate his legacy and cherish memories of him: a loving and devoted wife, Betty Proctor Wiggins; four daughters, Glenda Wiggins Washington; Jacqueline Wiggins-Coleman and husband, Ronald Coleman, Sr., all of Tampa; Renaye Wiggins-Montgomery and husband, Kelvin Montgomery of Atlanta, GA, and Tonja Wiggins-Howard and husband, David Howard, Sr. of Savannah, GA; stepson, Donald A. Brown and wife, Annee' Brown; and stepdaughter, Deborah Randall and husband, Jeffery Randall, all of Tampa. He also leaves: six grandchildren, Jamal Otis Washington arid wife, Torrie Lee Washington, and Ronald Coleman, Jr. of Tampa, Thomas Jermaine Gooding of Ft. Lauderdale, Shay-La Renaye Gooding of Atlanta, GA, David Howard, Jr. and Davontae Howard of Savannah, GA; four step-grandchildren, Kara Brown Joseph and husband, Marlin Joseph of Nashville, TN, Matthew Brown of Tampa, Ray Donald Curtis of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, and Chanice Nicole Mack of Tampa. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends at the wake from 6-7 p .m., Tuesday, July 28, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assem
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C ri me Woman Who Injected Two Others Pleads Guiltv On January 29, 2009, Sharhonda Lindsay, 32, gave two women injections of silicone and saline in their buttocks in an effort to pro mote cosmetic Both women, Andrea Lee and Zakiya Teagle became ill and suffered sevt\r ii' reac tions from the injecti hris. Teagle reportedly complained of back pain and began throwing up. Lee, who was put on dialysis with total failure, also suffered lung damage. According to reports, Lee paid $500 for 40 shots, and Teagle paid $250 for 20 shots. Lee was injected 40 times in a 90-minute span, and Teagle received her 20 injections during the same time frame. On February 11, 2009, Lindsay turned herself in to authorities and was charged with two counts of practicing medicine without a license. The charges carried a possible 5-year jail term. Appearing in court Monday after a pre-trial conference last week, Lindsay accepted a plea deal in exchange for a guilty plea which resulted in her being sentenced to 48 months of probation. According to Lindsay's Public Defender, Ronnie James, the judicial part of Lindsay's case is over. "Now, she will be monitored SHARHONDA UNDSAY by a probation officer who will determine when and how many times she'll have to report to their office." In exchange for her guilty plea, Lindsay also has to pay restitution to her two victims and medical staff that t otals almost $500,000. She is also required to forfeit all medi cines and medical equipment she used in the past. Assistant State Attorney, Matthew Smith, said Lindsay and Lee met at the Hollywood Nights Strip Club on Howard Avenue. Emplovee Takes Gun From Robber DEAN CHATMAN . his heroic act prevented store from beingrobbed. On July 22nd at 10:35 p.m., T ampa Police report that a man w a lked into the Sunoco Gas Station 11002 North 30th Street, pointed a gun at a clerk and demanded money Dean Chatman, 40, an employee at the station was taking out the trash when he noticed the robber inside. He went back Into the business, grabbed the suspect BRANDON HYMAN from behind, and put him in a headlock; wrestling the gun way from him Chatman held the suspect identified as Brandon Hyman, 20, while the clerk called 9-1-1. When police arrived, the y found Chatman holding the suspect on the flou r He was arrested without incident and no one was injured. c: m en c Students Accused 01 Raping Classmate Await Coon Appearance !< c.. c: !< N SR N According to the State Attorney's Office, the status of Diemante Roberts, 15, Lee Myers, 14, Randall Moye, 14, and Raymond Price-Murray, 14, is still uncertain as the four dents await their next day in court On April 30th, the four Walker Middle School students were arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a 13-year-old classmate. According to Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies, the students assault their classmate using a broomstick and hockey stick. Deputies said two of the stu dents held down the boy in a locker room at the school Reward onered For Arrest 01 Armed Robber Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,ooo for information that leads to the identification and arrest of the unknown suspect who robbed Arby's, 5610 East Fowler Avenue On July 2nd, an unknown Black male entered the restaurant armed with a gun and demanding money. The suspect received cash and fled on foot. The susp e ct is de s cribed as a Black male, 5'8" to 5'10" tall, and weighing between 150 and 160 pounds. Temple Terrace Police believe that the same man has committed previous rob beries at the same. location and the Burger King at 5301 East Fowler in the past se v eral months Anyone with information regarding the identity and wh e reabouts of this suspect is asked to call Crime Stopp e rs at 1-Soo-87 3-84 77 UNCLE SANDY 16, 21, 23 Although it may be very tempting, 5, 1 0, 18, never bite the hand that feeds you 8, 14 34. DIEMANfE ROBERTS LEE MYERS while the other two assaulted him. All five students were members of the school's flag football team. According to spokeswoman, Pam Bondi, a lot of information on the case is confidential and attorneys are currently working on the discovery phase of the trial. "Nothing has changed as RANDALL MOYE RAYMOND MURRAY far as the charges are concerned, and they are due in court August 18th for a sta tus and disposition hearing." All four teenagers will be tried together on the charges. All four are free on bond, with one student, Randall "TT Moye, being monitored by 6 an ankle bracelet. :!! g en m Third suspect Charged In Man's Murder z z m r;m c r r !!I z ., TARVIS DAVIS ST PETERSBURG -Mario Tomlinson, 23, was shot and killed January 2009 during an attempted home invasion robbery a t his home. Several witnesses identified Tarvis M. Davis, 20, as the shooter, and he has been with first de g ree mqrder Torrren McKinney, 22, and Derek Greene 20, w ere pre viousl y arrested a nd charged with first-degree murder for their participation in the murder. Detectiv es said McKinney wa s the mastermind b e hind the robbery and Davis w as DEREK GREENE the getawa y driver. Detective said there is a fourth suspect still being sought in the murde r. c m r c;; :::z:: m c m < m -t c: m en c )>. z c "TT ::D i5

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If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition Copies of all court documents in this case, Including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers In this lawsuit will be malted to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12 285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result In sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in or:der to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, ; at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator's A D A. Coordinator, (813) 272-7040, 800 E Twiggs St., 600, Tampa, FL 33602 within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771. Dated Jyly 7. 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ CHARLENE DAVIS DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLOR IDA Case No.: 09-12453 Divis i on: J LEROY DAYLE Petitioner And PAULINE I. DAYLE Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Pauline I. Dayle 786A Lenox Road PVT Brooklyn, NY 11203 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 LEROY DAYLE, whose address i s 8509 Wakulla Drjye. Temple Terrace. FL 33637 on or before Aygyst 24. 2009 and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street, Room 101, Tampa, FL 33602 or P O Box 3450, Tampa Florida 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 documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office You may review these documents upon request You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office noti fied of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator's A.D.A. Coordinator, (813) 272-7040, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 600, Tampa, FL. 33602, within 2 (two) working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771. Dated July 16. 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SHARON D. DALE DEPUTY CLERK LEGAL IN THE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION OF STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF MECKLENBERG DISTRICT COURT DIVISION CASE NO.: 09-CVD-9457 Digna Roura (Plaintiff) vs. Margarita Roura and Colin Connelly (Defendants) NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION TO: Margarita Roura and Colin Connelly YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Pleading seek ing relief against you has been filed The nature of the relief being sought is as follows : Plaintiff is seeking PERMANENT CUSTODY OF THE MINOR CHILD, OLIVIA VALENTINA ROURA. born to Margarita Roura and Colin Connelly, in the city of Tampa, State of Florida, on July 3. 2004 YOU ARE REQUIRED to make defense to such pleading no later than the .111b. of August. 2009 said date being 40 days from the first publication of this notice Upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the court for the relief sought. This the 1.b. day of July. 2009 By: /s/ DIGNA ROURA 1410 Sansberry Road Charlotte, NC 28262 Plaintiff PUBLIC NOTICE The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority (Authority) hereby announces its intent to adopt a proposed Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal for U S. Department of Transportation (DOT) funded contracts for ,fiiscal Year 2010 of 15 34% in accordance with 49 CFR Part 2?; federally funded projects for Fiscal Year 2010 are: 10 -Ticket and Baggage Claim Cu r bside Modernization ; #5220 10-Airfield and Roadway Rehabilitation (Tampa lnternati .. nal Airport); #5305 10 -RPZ Tree Trimming (Tampa Executive Airport); #5610 10 Rehabilitate Hangar A, B and C Taxilanes and Terminal Apron (Plant City Airport). For further information contact: Cheryl L. Hawkins, DBE Program Manager Hillsborough County Aviation Authority P. 0. Box 22287 Tampa, FL 33622-2287 Phone: (813) 870-8738 Fax : (813) 870-7868 Email : CHawkins@TampaAirport.com HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY By: /s/Loyjs E. Miller Louis E. Miller, Executive Director Avon Representat i ves Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO COM Information And Referral Specialist Visit Our Website At www AgingFiorida .com ADAIEOE/DFWP TAMPA BAY WATER SR. APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER TAMPA BAY WATER is currently accepting applications for a Senior Applications Developer. Position is responsible for providing technical and analytical expertise in all assigned areas of information management. Salary commensurate with experie_nce. Position scheduled to start on or after October 01, 2009 No relocation : assistance. For complete job description and employmerif a p plicati or't1visit our website at www.tampabaiwater,org. No telephone calls please Appl i cations accepted until August 31, 2009. Mail applications to Tampa Bay Water (Attn: .. 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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION Case No.: 09-DR-006853 D i vision: D IN RE: The Marriage of FREDERICK PARRILLA Petitioner/Husb a m b l IRIS L. ALVAREZ LLA and c NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 6 F MARRIAGE To: Iris L. Alvarez Parrilla Address : Residence 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, i f any to it on WILLYE MALVEAUX DENT. ESQUIRE. Attorney for Petitioner/Husband, whose address i s 5328 Van Dyke Road. Lutz. FL 33658 on or before August 24. 2009, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street Room 101, Tampa, FL 33602 or P O Box 3450 Tampa, Florida 33601-4358, 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 documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court' s office. You may review these documents upon request You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of P,rocedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and Information. Failure to comply can result In sanctions, Including dismissal or striking of pleadlogs. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you a person with a who.::f'needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost' to you, to the provision of certain as sistance. Please contact the Court Administrator's A.D.A. Coordinator, (813) 272-7040, 800 E Twiggs St., Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 (two) working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or voice Impaired call1-800-955-8771. Dated Jyly 17, 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SHARON D. DALE DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA Case No.: 09-DR-10427 Division: J ANTONIO M. SMITH Petitioner and TRACY C SMITH Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Tracy C. Smith ADDRESS: 7008 N. Palmetto Ln. Temple Terrace, FL 33637 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, i f any to it on Antonio M. Smith, whose address is 7319 Sequoia Drive Temple Terrace, FL 33637 on or before August 31, 2009, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street Room 101, Tampa FL 33602 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 documents in this case, Including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and Information. Failure to comply can result In sanctions, Including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator's A.D.A. Coordinator, (813) 272-7040, 800 E. Twiggs St, Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 (two) working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or voice Impaired call1-800 955-8771. Dated July 21, 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SHARON D. DALE DEPUTY CLERK Be A Part Of An Excellent Childcare Team Daycare Seeking CDA Worker Please Stop By The Center For An Application 2801 East 17th Street Please See Ms. Renee Or Call (813) 248-5516 Get That Perfect Part T r me Paying Job Working For An Oil Firm As A Local Agent And Earn More. 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