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Celebrating 64 Year s In The Tampa Bay Area -I .. -aan I 00 -.... .., : SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 -GOD S WOMEN OF EXCELLENCE CONFERENCE H eaven's Destiny Church held a one-day women's conference a t the Comfort Inn. The theme o f the conference was "Broken, But Not Bruised," with Isaiah 30:14 as the scripture base. The conference is a visionary of Evangelist Scott. Each woman had a different topic to dis cuss, all of which had lessons for today's hurts, aches and pains. Pastor Tom Jones and First Lady Willie Mae Jones are shepherds at H eaven s Destiny. Women participants in the conference are left to right: Tara Moore, Zanda Moore, Brenda Thomas, Wanda Lamar, Sharon Scott, Willie Mae Jones, Bobb i e Reddish, Brenda Brantley and Angelique Spires. (Photography by BRUNSON) Bystander Fatally Shot In Food Line SEE PAGE 17 Surch Continues For College Student SEE PAGE 3 Outsiders Upset Healtbcare Meeting SEE PAGE 2 Guard Retires After 47 Years sEE PAGE 3


O'l 0 T"" T"" Town Hall Meeting Gets Out Of Control BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 0 ffj It didn't take long for what ::::> was supposed to be a routine t-town hall meeting to get out of Q a: LL Q z < Q C/) w ::::> t-> a: w > w Q w :I: C/) ::::i m ::::> a. z i= w -' -' ::::> m I -' w z i= z w C/) .i( c a: 0 -' LL control. The meeting was held at the Children's Board in Ybor City. Nearly two thousand people assembled at the Children's Board for the meeting How ever, Fire Marshall's Office deemed the building unsafe after two hundred people crammed irito a room with seating for 158 people. Some of those in attendance shared their opinion with the Sentinel. State Representative Betty Reed said the meeting was intended for her con stituents and residents of Hillsborough How ever, she learned that people were there from as far away as Sarasota and Fort Myers. "It was truly a disaster and what happened should not have happened. I got there early and there was already 1,000 people standing outside. We didn't expect a crowd of that size "When the doors opened, about 300 came into the room, put we had chairs set up in the hallways arlo fu1cr6phone so they could here." "When Congresswoman Castor stood up, the crowd just became disruptive. She couldn't be heard over the noise. She tried to speak for about 10 minutes and I urged her to sit down. She was es corted from the building by po lice." Rep. Reed further stated that they had requested police be present, but to her know ledge there were only two offi cers there, one of which was undercover. ; "We ended the meeting about 30. minutes early because the crowd was just truly disruptive and disrespectful." Ms. Tonya Lewis said, "I never seen anything like this in my life personally. The mission and purpose was to give and ask questions. The hidden agendas ofsomeof the people that attended was to sabotage its intention. The police could have prevented a lot of the mischief. The topic was al ready divided for debate. But at least some of the questions could have gotten answered, if not for the disturbance. I com mend Rep. Betty Reed and Congresswomen Kathy Castor for their effort." Ms. Ann Jenkins said, "I was there from the beginning, it was a total disaster. There is no question in my mind that the meeting was sabotaged. N When Congresswoman w Castor came in and Repre(!) sentative Reed introduced if her, the destroyers started screaming at her, and talking about the Constitution, and telling her that she was lying." "The venue was too small, the capacity was over its max, and when they closed the door on the remaining people outside, they started yelling and screaming. I couldn't believe my eyes "There were only a hand full of African Americans there, you could count them on your hand. I sat there and counted all the troublemakers, it was about 15-20 of them. I learned later that they are doing this all over the United States." "This town hall meeting was unreal. We need to try this again, our people need to learn what this healthcare reform is all about." Rev. Willie Dixon said he was on the panel and the meet ing was originally scheduled for the people in Rep. Betty Reed's district. "But when it was learned that U. S. Rep. Kathy Castor was going to be there people came from all over the State of Florida." "I was on the panel so I was able to see the fist fights and the anger in the f11ce of a 'Crowd Gone Wild.' was only one police officer inside the meetiqg hall to 250 people. -Ms. Robin Lockett said, "I attended the Healthcare meet ing on Thursday and I am left with more questions than an swers, and the questions are not even regarding the pro posed healthcare reform. The question is, 'How does the Tampa Police Departmentjus tify allowing the behavior of the angry mob and or protes tors that was in attendance for this meeting at The Children's Board." "This is not something that I heard, this is something that I witnessed in total disbelief. Rep. Reed planned a town hall meeting to inform her constituents of the pro posed healthcare reform, Congresswoman Castor was also there to answer -ques tions. "There was an estimated : 11,500 people --in attendance and it was known at the meet ing and later confirmed that most of these individuals were not froni district 59, they were from as far as Ft. Myers. They were allowed to hit on doors, beat on windows, speak through several bull horns, chant, hold signs in opposi tion, stand close to the build ing and still remain wrapped around the building when it was advised that no one else would be able to enter the cility because of capacity being met and finally causing bodily harm to others.'' "This town hall meeting be came a terror, people left be cause of fear. It was requested Dr. Bruce Miles was one of the panelists who assembled for the meeting. (Photo by BRUNSON). that Congresswoman Castor leave due to the environ ment being unsafe and a police officer had to escort her out as we've witnessed on tele vision. A gentleman who sat on the panel, got up during the meeting and his exact words were, "This is a lynch mob, these people are angry. This reminds me of the time during desegregation, when folks were angry about that, with hatred in their eyes and I have to get out of here." "This has been replayed over and over on television and questions are also being asked. The Tampa Police Department was there, initially, for crowd control. They were directing traffic, but again I ask constitutes a mob and or protestors and why were these individuals not treated as such?" Dr. Luanne Panacek, C.E.O. of the Children's Board said, "Since our inception more than two decades ago, the Children's Board of Hills borough County has proudly offered meeting areas in our facility for county residents to assemble, voice their opinions, and make positive changes in our community.'' "Unfortunately, a series of 0 unforeseen events led to a crowd which became animated to the point where the safety of oth ers in attendance became .an issue. The meeting space was at full capacity, and the Fire Marshall deemed that no one else citizens or members of the media would be allowed to enterthe facility." we're upset about last night's series of events. At the same time though, it's great to know that so many people care so strongly about an issue and that the Chi ldren's Board can provide a forum for citizens to voice their concerns.'' State Representative Betty Reed is shown with Rev. Willie Dixon at the meeting. (Photo by BRUNSON). An unruly crowd of more than 1,500 assembled outside the Children's Board building Thursday carrying signs and being unruly. (Photo by BRUNSON). Nearly 2,ooo people converged on the Children's Board for the meeting on Healthcare. However, only the first 250 were able to get seats inside. (Photo by BRUNSON). Did You Know That ..... Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Including Annual Relining & Surgery In For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014


Features Crossing_ Guard Retires After 47 Years Of Service BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For more than 35 y ears, Mrs. Alice Woodard has been the eyes and ears of parents as she safely escorts them across the street As a School Crossing Guard for Hillsborough County, Mrs. Woodard took her job seriously During her tenure she has worked throughout Hillsbo rou g h County. However, on June 27th, Mrs. Woodard decided the tim e had come for her lif e to take a new dire c tion. She r e tired afte r working as a Cros sing Guard f o r more than 3 5 yea rs. She had also worked for 12 years as an assistant nu tritionist at Phillip Shore Ele mentaiy School. At the time of her retirement, Mrs. Woodard was the Regional Supervisor for Hillsborough County. I will miss the children be cause I loved them and treated each one like he or she was my Ms. Alice Woodard i s shown being presented a plaque by Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee. She retired after 47 years of service. own I've made many friends throughout the years "But, it's time for my life to take a new direction. Now I can travel, shop, and volunteer my services to continue my good works," she said. A native of Tallahassee, Mrs. Woodard moved to Tampa with her family as a y oungster She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Middleton in 1962. She then entered the workforce She learned of a position being open for a Crossing Guard with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and ap plied She was hired in 1973. Mrs. Woodard \vas pro moted to Supervisor in 1987, and was promoted to Regional Supervisor in 1996. She super vised more than 65 emplo y ees at 21 schools AmemberofNewHopeM. B. Church, Mrs. Woodard was married to the late Roosevelt Woodard and is the mother of three children. Now that her time is her own, Mrs. Woodard plans to take each day as it comes. She en joys spending time with her grandchildren and traveling. Tampa Man Stilllissinu, Police Seek Information BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The last time family mem bers saw Ryan Darkins Davis he was in the company of his friend, Carl G. Walters. He told his mother that he was going to spend the night so that Walters could take him to an appointment the next day Two days later, on Tuesday, April 7th, shortly before s p.m., a passerby discovered the body of an unidentified African American male in a wooded are a near Stanley Road and Co. oper Road He was later identified as 21-year-old Carl G. Walters, Davis' friend. But, no one knewwhetenavis was Police arrested and -rleri-lckcumris, 28: w itli the murder of his younger brother. Cullins is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail with out bond. According to Ms. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department, the victim's mother was con tacted after his vehicle was lo cated in Copeland Park on Thursday. After Cullins' arrest, police executed a search warrant at the residence the brothers shared. Detectives reportedly discovered evidence that a vio lent struggle had taken place at the residence. As the investigation contin ued police spoke with Cullins. During the investiga tion, police reportedly ob-RYAN DARKINS DAVIS ... Missing and Endangered. CARL G. WALTERS ... Body discovered in wooded area in April. DERRICK CULLINS ... Charged 2nd degree Mu served unexplained cuts on Cullins' fingers, a bite mark on his buttocks and a bite mark on his chest. He also had blood on his clothing a nd shoes, police said Police are still searching for leads in the disappearance of 20-year-old Ryan Darkins .Davis. Since his disappearance, po lice have followed several leads, including searching the landfill for his body However, no new information has sur faced about the young man. No one has seen or heard from Davis since he left his home on April sth with Wal ters. Police have listed him as a missing and endangered per son. Davis' mother, Ms. Robin Harris, said she didn't know Carl Walters until that Sun day night when he visited her home with her son. But, it was unlike her son not to contact someone in the family. Ms. Harris reported him missing. Davis is described as being s's" and weighing about 120 pounds. He has a low haircut and a tattoo of musical notes behind his ear. He also has a niole on his nose and near his left eye. His mother said he had a light goatee and said he smiles a lot. Davis graduated from Middleton High School in 2007 and is a stUdent at Hills borough Community College, where he is a Criminal Justice major. Although the case is no longer getting the media attention it once received, Ms. Janelle McGregor, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said, said it is still an open case .an,Q.,tl;le po lice need information. "Our main priority is provide closure to Davis family. We urge anyone with information that will help us solve this case to contact police immediately You can reach the department by calling (813) 231-6031. c m CJ) CJ Teen Drowns In Apartment Complex Pool l> )> c G') c CJ) AUJONEA BETIS A teenage girl drowned Friday night while swimming in a pool at an ap a rtment complex. The girl family administered CPR, but were unable to save her According to police, the acci dental drowning took place at the Melrose Court Apartments, 3903 W. Cleveland. Aujonea Betts, 13, was reportedly swimming with her brother Auriel and sister, Auterya shortly after 9 p.m., Friday. Her sister told police that she had observed Aujonae splash-..... ing and pl ay ing in the water ..... Her sister was sitting on the steps and her brother was talk-ing on the cell phone when Aujonea's sister observed her on the bottom of the pool. The family said Aujonea knew how to swim Her father and siblings pulled her from the water and admin istered CPR until fire rescue ar rived. However, Aujonea was pronounced dead on arrival at a local hospital. The death was investigated as an accidental drowning police said. The d a ught e r of Ms. Jessie Mae Betts and Terrance Betts, Aujonea attend e d Carl Sagan Academy. She would have entered 8th grade when school opens. She was a member of the ., Kingdom Worl)hip Center, r where she enjoyed singing. Funeral services for Aujonea C were incomplete as of press )> time. Aikens Funeral Home is en in charge of handling arrange-ments. ::::! z m r;ID c: r r !!I z ., c: ID r c;; :::z:: m CJ m < m ::D -< c m CJ) c )> z c ., :!:! c


0') Editorials & Columns 1-(J) :::::1 (!)' FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USP S 20240 ) 2207 2 1 st A venue Tampa Flor i da 3360 5 ( 813 ) 248 2 1 P ublish e d E v ery T u e sday a nd Frida y B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co M embe r of N a tio nal N e w s pap e r Publ i she rs A s s oc ia t i on ( NNPA ) and Ama l gamated Publ i sher s Inc., Ne w York 1990 94 CP Tim e lnternat i onal :::::1 a: w > w c w ::1: ..J m ::J c. : Z ti ..J ..J ::J m ...:. w z i= z w en 0 a: 0 ..J u. 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Subscriptions$44 .()()-6 Months Bolh Editions : $87.QO-Per Year Both Ed i tions Opinions expressed on editorial pages ol this newspapar by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Who Alreadv Pavs For The Uninsured We congratulate Legislative Rep. Betty Reed and Congressional Rep. Kathy Castor for their heroic attempts to hold a town hall meeting on health care reform, last week. Unfortunately, disruptive citizens may well have blown their chance for the public to hear their views regarding support or opposition to health care reform. We are left wondering who has the most to gain from continued disruption at these meetings. It certainly would seem that it is not the 50 million citizens who currently have no health insurance coverage. Most definitely, it is not those insured citizens who are denied coverage for preexisting conditions, or who have to pay thousands of dollars each month to secure coverage. Could it, therefore, be the insurance industry with its multi-million-dollar CEOs, one of earned $125 million in 2005? Or is it an industry that invests millions in lobbyists who are paid to bombard congressional representatives and countless unhealthy and uninsured citizens with "sound bits" and talking points, criticizing health care reform, while praising America's so-called "best health care system in the world? We doubt it. In truth; there is no data to show America has the "best health care system in the worid," and the cost to treat 50 million citizens in hospital emergency rooms is passed to them who can afford insurance. Indeed, a 2 005 study by Families USA revealed an American family with health insurance pays $1,1o o a year in additional premium, while an individual pays at least $410 in additional premium to cover the uninsured. So, you be the judge, but by all means, become Ta01pa Union stalion 1 uaored P erhaps,. we should be the last people on earth to defend Tampa Union Station's integrity.-We Black people, many of us who still see "Colored" and "Whites Only" signs in our mind' eyes, continue to carry the wounds, though healed-over, of a Tampa Union train station where Blacks were second class passengers. However, that was then. This is now. So, with the voice of the Black community, we say we are somewhat surprised and a little let down that the Department of Transportation (DOT), in its bid to bring high speed rail to our city, would sidestep the one institution that has stood f o r ran travel since the beginning of the last century. Furthermore, we don't understand a DOT rationale, which would spend milli ns of dollars to build a new station that would connect with existing bus routes, and a downtown trolley route when Tampa Union Station presents a tried and true system already in-place. W However, the future looks dark for a Tampa Union Station presence in a future Florida high speed rail C. nario between Orlando and Tampa. A $3.9 million deal This Is Onlv A Test ... Last week, the courthouse made news in the worst possible way after a cigarette lighter passed through the security screening. The problem with that is the cigarette lighter was shaped like a gun The problem wasn't that the person with the lighter walked around at will for more than three hours before authorities decided to evacuate the building. And, it wasn't about the fact that they searched the courthouse looking for the offend er. It turned out to be a blam ing session where the court house security was trying to access blame on the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. And, the Sheriff's Office said they weren't having any of it. The problem with this is instead of trying to blame each other, they should have been working together to find out why it took so long to realize that the item had passed through security and no triggered an alarm! The two heads of the departments involved are each standing their ground. The Sheriff's Office said it took action as soon as it was notified. The courthouse security is saying it did not. The problem is, just for the sake of an argument, it wasn't a cigarette lighter? Just for the sake of an argument, how many people could have been injured or killed while they are debat ing who dropped the ball? If this system of check and balance is so fragile that something shape. d light a gun can pass security, then something is wrong. As soon as the object hit the belt all sorts of bells and whistles should have been going off. It doesn't matter THIS TIME because nothing hap pened. However, those who are responsible for making sure that the security sys tems in place work, should do their jobs. This time it was a test, it was only a test, but I wouldn't bet that the next time it might be the real deal. Healthcare Protestors Or Hooligansil There have been those who have hosted town hall meetings to dis cuss healthcare reform. It is the democratic way to allow citizens the opportunity to express their opinions and to ask questions about issues that affect them and their communities. That applies to healthcare, too. Let me remind those who may have that all the candidates who ran for pr:esident in 2008 advocat e d reform as being very necessary. Legislators know that heaftlica r e reform is neces sary. Citize if s know it doc. tors know it, old people know it, young people know it, and so does everybody else. Only those who have and can afford their healthcare plan and those who make money off of our current healthcare system don't want-reform. Why should they? They have the best healthcare plans and they are getting filthy rich. It is middle class and poor people who are feeling the brunt of our old outdated healthcare system. Debates, discussions and town hall meetings were going on all over the country But these town hall meetings turned out to be nothing but near riots. People showed up and screamed, hollered and dis rupted the meetings. The question is were these peo-pie genuine people concerned about liealthcare or were they plain old hooli gans set on preventing posi. tive discussion from taking place? I sincerely believe that the near riots at these meetings are the work of hooligans determined to prevent healthcare reform. These town hall meetings are good. People be able to come and listen, speak and ask questions without being threatened, interrupt ed or disrespected. People should be allowed to speak freely regardless of what side of the issue they may be on. This is the American democratic process. The police should be on hand for the purpose of arresting all of those out of order disruptive hooli gans. to have these town h all meetings : who don't want to listen to anyone else's point of view should not be allowed at these meetings. It is absolutely necessary to conduct these meetings in an organized and orderly fash ion. I don t know exactly what the plan should consist of. I do know that a public option is necessary and reform is absolutely neces sary has already been signed between DOT and the owners of the former Hills. County Jail property. Moreover, the State has already earmarked more than $30 million on environmental studies accompanying the high-speed project. No comment has yet been made r e garding T ampa Union Station.


Pictures From The Past Mrs. Verdell Glover and Mrs. Bernice Hodgins posed for this photo during a social event. These two young ladies represent an era forgotten when crabbing was the thing to do. Mr. Howard Harris (far right) is among a crowd of people having a good time in this photo from the past. I\) 0 0 CD "T1 r-0 ::u (J) m z -1 z m r:m c: r rm -1 z c: m r-c;; ::1: m c m < m -1 c: m (J) c )> z c "T1 :!:! c J I n this photo from the past, Gibbs Junior College student, Evangeline Richardson, steps up to be served refreshments by freshman co-ed during a YMCA-YWCA social. U'l


c a: u. c z <( c (/) w ;:) 1-w > w c w l: (/) :::i m ;:) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) m ...:. w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J LL MR. And MRS. SAMUEL (ESTHER) ERVIN, JR. August 8th is a very special date for you and, as your daughters, we join you in the celebration of 50 years of marriage. You have truly honored this first instih1tion created by God. According to scripture, "For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother, and the two shall become one flesh." (Mt. 19:5). You have exemplified a long relationship that is committed to the spiritual, mental and physical attributes of Christian nlar riage. This union has enabled us to have a family nurtured by a constituent love seasoned with joy and humor, high moral values, and strong discipline. Consequently, we are all blessed with God's favor. With grateful hearts, we congratulate you. Happy Anniversary! Sandra Cynthia Ervin. ByMamaah (813}977-7818 FREE I Ask Us About Synthetic Hair Our Smmer ttuman Hair Available Specials! We Specialize In All Kinds Of Braids Address: 10020 N.30th St. *Tampa, FL 33612 (At Poinsettia Plaza-Behind Busch Gardens_ We Accept Between Annie & Bougainvilea) Credit Cards For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cooking Thursday Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Spedal Discounts For Snapper Shrimp Sheap Head U Bl C b Family Reun1ons And ve ue ra s Large Orders. Meetings Highland Pines TaskForce The Highland Pines Com munity Task Force neighbor hood meeting will be held on Thursday, August 13, 2009. This meeting will be held at Highland Pines Community Center, 3002 N. Star St. The meeting begins promptly at 6:30 p. m The Crime Watch meeting follows at 7 p. m. Betty J. Bell, Highland Pines Community Task Force, Inc. All-Class Meeting The meeting for the All Class Reunion ('70s-'8os) will be held on Friday, August 14th, 6:30 p m. at Applebee's on 56tli St. and Fowler Ave. Tickets are still being sold for the Family and Friends Day picnic. MRS. SARAH STROUD WYNN On Tuesday, August 3, 2009, Mrs. Sarah Stroud Wynn matriarch of the Stroud/Wynn families, celebrated her 94 tb birthday. We love, admire, honor and respect you. You are truly the wind beneath our wings! May God continue to bless and keep you. Love, from all of us! The Family. RAY And VIRGINA COWARD :J Giving honor and praise to have inade it through the first year, Aug. 2, 2009. See how good God is we are blessed! Ray and Virginia Coward. Local Retired Ranlers' lunchQon The Florida A&M University Retired Rattlers 12th-year lun cheon will be held on Friday, August 14, 2009, at the Golden Corral Restaurant on 56th St. The time is u a. m -1 p. m All retired Rattlers are invited to join us. Mary White Darby and Lucille Niles Franklin are co chairs. BudgetWorkshop The Hillsborough County Commissioners will hold a budget workshop on Thursday, August 13th, 1 :30 p.m. in the 2nd Floor Boardroom of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. downtown Tampa.


..... c Wedding Celebratin Uniting Tonv And Delores ,,-;., ,, The wedding celeb_ration uniting Tony and Delores was an event on Jul y 25, 2009, 5 o'cloc k in the afternoon at the Comfort Inn. 11'{ Guests d 'o:u;res, dancers, the Lord 's Prayer b y Sharon ,, .. .... J Green WJth Cynthia Williams s1gmng; a poem followed by Jay Holmes. :'; / :' ... The program continued with the parents and other family members being in-troduced ; entrance of the Unity Broom, wedding processional, of Bell Ringers; entrance of bride and groom broom; entrance of pastors; entrance of buue and groom; the ceremon y performed; tasting of four elements, lighting of the Unity Candle; Blessing of the marriage, exchange of vows, bride and groom jump broom wedding party jumps Unity Broom. The celebration continued with the first dance by the couple, song-" From Your Heart, the buffet opened followed by cutting of the cake and garter and bouquet toss. Guests continued the celebration b y dancing the remainder of the evening The newlyweds will m a ke their home in Tampa. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bell, center, are shown with Anita Jordon, sister of the groom, and Mondale Jackson, a nephew. }< )> c C> c en ..... 1\) 0 0 CD 'T1 r 0 JJ c )> en m z ::! z m t;"' m c Tony and Delores Bell were united as one during a celebration at Comfort Inn. Soloist Donna :pouglas was in attendance. Cassidy and Kandance Johnson were among the I= guests in attendance for the celebration uniting Tony gJ and Delores Bell. z WACHOVIA A Wella Fargo Company With you when l.fOO'"e--(b., MU !--o Way2Save A new blouse for a meeting. A tie for an interview. When your goal is to save money, -even when you need to spend, Wachovia is with you. That's why we offer you a quick and easy way to save automatically. When you use your Wachovia Check Card to make purchases or pay certain bills online, one dollar is transferred from your checking account to your Way2Save account. You're a smart shopper. Now you can save smarter, too. Let's get started today. Stop by, calll-800-WACHOVIA (1-800-922-4684) or visit wachovia.com/way2save for details. 2009 Wachovia Bank, N A and Wachovia Bank of Delaware N A All rights reserved Members FDIC. "0 c m r c;; ::r:: m c m < m JJ -< ..... c m en c )> z c 'T1 JJ c


al Local Churches Host 'An Evening In Paris' Fashion Shown And ScholarshiP Gala Members of the community recently gathered at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Tampa for C ''An Evening In Paris Fashion Show & Scholarship Gala." It was sponsored by the Fellowship of CJ) w Deliverance Churches, Inc. (Photographs by Julia Jackson and BRUNSON). :::) 1-c a: u. c z <( C en w :::) 1-il: w > w c w ::1: en ::::i m :::) a.. z tu ...1 ...1 :::) m w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...1 u. Set It Off Productions models from Orlando participated in the fashion show. Bishop Wilbert, co-pastor, and Ms. Ruby Randall attended the Evening In Paris Fashion Show and Scholarship Gala. Sarah lawrence Choir Union Celebrates 10th Anniversarv The Sarah La\o\-Tence Choir Union celebrated its 70th anniver sary recently in a service at Greater Mt. Carmel AME C h urch (Photos by Julia Jackson) The pastor of Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church, Rev. Harry Dawkins. Soloist and musician Derek Smith. Mortician Of The Year Award Banquet For 'A Woman Of Great Faith' The Mortician of the Year 2nd Regional District, Florida Morticians Association Award Banquet for ''A Woman of Great Faith,"Ms. La Cheryl Aikens, was held Sunday, July 26th at the Hilton Hotel. The Master of Ceremony was Lawrence Epps, Jr. of Epps Mortuary, Lake Wales. Bishop James H Howell of Cathedral of Faith Church, Inc. was the guest speaker. Rosalinde and Teryl Aikens (brother of honoree) and Thomas Aikens (father of the honoree). Eddie Hills, Jr. and Willie Doyle.


Local EPA Head Focuses On Awareness BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, Ms. Lisa Jackson, Administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency, visited Florida to announce a $95 million grant for Safe America, Inc. to construct a new plant in Jacksonville. The plant will be located on the former locatiom of Cecil Field Military Base. During her visit to the state, Ms. Jackson spoke witg members of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), during their conference at the Tampa Convention Center. "President Obama has called for us to unleash American innovators, engi neers, workers, and entrepre neurs. We need to get into the global clean energy race. This recovery funding will propel America into global leadership in innovative battery manufacturing, position our auto industry to reclaim the lead in rroducing the cars of the 21 s Century, and lay a new foundation for prosperity with new jobs in clean energy." During a telephone interview, Ms. Jackson discussed the issues of pollution and its effects on the Black communi ty. "We must raise awareness and envision the issues that touch our lives everyday, but most people don't list as being high in importance. These such as air pollution, are issues that we have always dealt with; but people see them differently now "It is very important that we address the poison in the ground, whether or not our schools are healthy environ ment for our children. "We all have to be powerful voices to call for change in our economy, in healthcare, and in schools. But, we must also call for cleaner and water. The focus should be: on awareness." Ms. Jackson further stated that by recycling, individuals are not only helping the envi-"Th e Voice of Our Com1nu.nity Speaking for Itse.(f., 13) 248-1921 MS. LISA JACKSON Environmental Protection Agency Administrator ronment, but helping themselves as well through conser vation. Letter To The Editor -f c m C/) c Activist Responds To Charter School Head's Comments )> c c C/) -f TAMPA-Because I treasure public education, it pained me to read that Bishop Taylor called the Schoo) Board's decision to terminate the contract with Taylor Peace Academy "racist." Did the headline on page 3 of the Tuesday, August 4 edition of the Florida Sentinel do anything to improve relations between the school district and urban readers? I served as an active duty Army officer for 21 years. I respect (and safeguarded) the media's freedom to print-and individuals' freedom to say-such things. Since 2001, I have routinely attended School Board meetings in Hillsborough County. Many actions that the board has taken differ from what I consider helpful for some children-mainly those who live in urban communities. I never reached the con elusion, though, that the board's decisions were racist. Instead, I keep challenging myself-and others-to work toward helping the board make decisions reflecting urban cultural and academic interests. We are rapidly approaching the second decade of the 21St century. A number of children in urban communities rely on us to change the environment in which they learn. Creating more supportive community environ-:= ments will allow urban 1\l children to reap benefits o from this national trea-g sure we contribute to and call public education. The process of producing change will include many responses from leaders in education. More often than we would like, the response will be, "We are not ready, not at this time, to embrace the gifts you bring." Big boys and girls should be able to accept that, move on, and uncover those unlimited avenues where we can make a difference. In His Service, JASON D. MIMS lieutenant Colonel, US Army, Retired ., r-0 ::D c )> en m z ::1 z m r:m c r rm -f z "'tJ c m c C/) :::t m c m < m ::D -< -f c m en c )> z c ., ::D 6


Ol Local Judv Lvnn Davis And Juawanda swan nee' Huggins Are United As One Judy Lynn Davis and Juawanda "Swannee" Huggins were united as one on Saturday, August 1, 2009, in a 4 p m. ceremon y at Cathedral of Faith Church Bishop James H. 0 Howell officiated. The ceremony began with a solo by Bernadette Morgan, ::::> followed by the entrance of an aunt, Ms. Margaret Webb; 1-lighting of the candles by the mother of the bride, Ms. Gloria Davis, Tampa, and the mother of the groom, Ms. Pinkie Huggins of Jacksonville; Liturgical Dance by Briana Teneshia Huggins; musician, Justin Fasion. The ceremony continued with the entrance of the groom, Juwanda Huggins and best men, Thomas Huggins and Julius Hogan with Bishop Howell; entrance of bridesmaids and groomsmen: Jeanette Bell and Tarris Bell; Tonya Reddick and Mandela Paige; Shanai Davis and Julius Davis; Jackie Green and Keith Huggins and Hope Wilson and Kevin Huggins. Matrons of honor were Cynthia Telfare and Victoria Saho; ring bearer, Angelo Campaz, Jr., flower girls, Tanaejah Davis and Daryn Davis; Here Comes The Bride, J. Wilson Davis; and entrance of the bride, Judy Lynn Davis, escorted by her father, Julius Davis. Vows were exchanged. The couple honeymooned in Las Vegas and will reside in Tampa. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Janice Sturks was among the guests at the wedding. Members of the Wedding family from left to right: the groom's mother, Ms. Pinkie Huggins; groom, Juawanda "Swannee" Huggins, bride, Judy Davis; Ms. Gloria Davis, mother of the bride; father and stepmother of the bride, Julius and Sandra Davis. Mrs. Ruth Harper was one of the wedding guests. Eugene And Felicia Davis were among those who attended the wedding. Girlstories Theatre Proiect Presents 'Power Up Th-. Hero Within 0 ,.. w "Power Up The Hero Within" by PowerStories Theatre was pre sented July 30, 31 and August 1, 2009 at the Ritz Ybor. "Power Up" is an original one-hour play with music and personal stories performed by middle school girls for elementary school girls. The project was directed by Janice Creneti, script by Fran Powers and Janice Cerneti; musical direction by Janice Nepon-Sixt and choreography by Molly Parkes. Fran Powers is the Founder and Executive Director. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Cast member Hagen is going into the graae at Acac;l einy Prep. Her passions are 'singing and playing the piano. Newby is going into 7 grade at Burnette Middle School. She is looking forward to attending her new school this year and performing in the Girlstories Theatre shows. Board member Herma :white 'is _shoWn widfFran Powers, founder of Theatre Cast member Erin K. -is shown with Ray and Tonya Coleman. Erin, is going into the 6th grade at Coleman Middle School. She describes herself as ar.. energetic girl, who loves the earth and wants to become a marine biologist.


Local Events -f c m en 0 local Youth Anend National Youth leadershiP Summit )> )> c G) Eight t ee n s from the Tampa commu nity wer e a m o ng tho se w ho atte nd e d the National Urban League' s Incentives To Exce l and Succeed (NULITES) Youth Summit held July 31-August 1 2009 in Chicago IL on th e campus of the University of Illinois a t Chicago The teens were delegates from the Crime Pr eve ntion Program of th e Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Pr ograms They join ed 400 other youth a nd th e ir chaperones from a r oun d th e country for this event. This yea r 's theme w as NULITES Nu Heights: Power B eyond Measure. Young p eop l e w ho attended from the T ampa community were: Leon Caines, Isaac Chaney, DaQuavia Glover, Ronald Nelson, Vanessa Pablo, Kanika Philon, Theodore Shellman and Cambre' Williams. They were accompanied by program staff members: P. Lynette Moore and Cour,tney Wilder, female chaperones and Pastor Kenneth Muldrow and William Knowles served as male chaperones. Front row, left to right: Kanika Philon, Vanessa Pablo, Cambre' Williams and staff member Courtney Wilder. Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Programs Director, Darrell B. Daniels, is in the center. On the back row are: DaQuavia Glover, Isaac Chaney, Ronald Nelson, Leon Caines and Theodore Shellman. The youth learned many valuable lessons and heard addresses made by National Urban League President, Marc Morial and U. S. Vice Pr es id ent Joseph B. Biden. 5i Caines, a 2009 Middl eton High -f graduate, calle d th e summit "a n amaz-:: ing experience." H e i s now re co nsid e r -ing to follow th e information t ec h nolo-g gy career path <0 Glover said his group t a lked about HIV I AIDS in the he a lth workshop and another workshop was on Life, In c.," what to do in lif e a nd what h as to b e done to get th e re. Nelson d escr ib ed th e summit as "a fantastic experie n ce full of numerous opportunities. This was hi s first time attending th e confere nce. He rec a ll e d meeting people like Magic Johnson and Marc Morial. Those interested in participating in these summits or getting more infor m a tion about the Youth Development Programs can call (813) 241-1415. All services are free. (Information for this article provided by William Knowles, Coordinator Youth Crime Prevention and Intervention Program, Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Programs.) "11 r-0 :II Familv Involvement Workshop c )> en m z Daycare workers from around the city converged on N ew Friendship MB Church Dayca re Center recently for a Family Involvement Workshop. There were many inter active activities for the workers to take back to their students (Photos by Julia Jackson) Daycare Director, Mary Ann Floyd gathering information for her class project. Parent, Mrs. Thomas, attended the workshop. Parent and PTA President, Lenia Hundy and her son, Chadwyk Sampson at the Family Workshop. Ms. liz and Mr. C. J. working on their table assignment during the workshop: "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for liself" :::! z m r-1 OJ c r rm :::! z "'D c: OJ c en :J: m c m < m :II -< Ms. Sheila from the Ybor Early Childhood Learning Center -f and her son working together on a project during the work-C: shop. m Annual City of .. "ft!a Small& Minority Business Symposium Successful Business Connections for Small & Minority Companies in Today's Economy s.tunt.y, September 26, 2009. &a.m. to 4p.m. Quorum Hotel 700 North Westshore Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33609 Registration $20 continental breakfast and networ1dng luncheon with keynote This event brings together small and minority businesses to present opportunities to do business with the City of Tampa, publlc/pri11ate sectors and other businesses. This open to the public. The symposium wil also feat .. e: Panel discussions with topics that wil help you to expand your sphere of Influence through neiWOfklng. ill1d extend )'OUf aa:ess to knowledge prcMded by experts Solution-based wOOcshops on training and education to provide you with the opport\.lllly to Mile! and reinfufce your business' developmem.leadenhlp skills and core COil1)etendes A business matdllng trade show A post symposium forum with guests from the business CDI'IYTUlitY. City and Hilsborough Cot.lty c )> z c "11 :!:! c


m g Local N c a: u.. Closing A 40-Year Teaching career Birdie Williams Underwood r ecently closed her 40-year teachin g caree r with Hillsborough County All 40 years were spent at one school Brook e r Ele mentary. A retirement cele bration in her honor was held at the Ybor C i ty Lion's Eye C lub. We ll over 200 people attended t h e ce l ebra t ion (Photo by Julia Jackson) C Mrs. Birdie Underwood, seated, is surrounded by her sorori-z ty sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. In front, Flossie <( Lomax, Jackie Dennis, Angelene Johnson, Sandra Harper Davis and Elaine Sledge. Second row, Deidre Jones, Donna c Cason, Glenda Washington, Gloria Philmore and Blanche CJ) Turner. Back row, DaRele Campbell, Cheryl Washington, Jestina Cox, Barbara Twine-Thomas, Patsy Greene, Barbara 1-Jackson, Jeneil Thomas and Betoria Watson. fi: w > w c w :I: CJ) ::i CD ::J D.. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::J CD I ...1 w z i= z w CJ) t'i a: 0 ...1 u.. N ,... Former co-workers Lillian Henderson, Randria Stubbs and Marian Farmer attended the retirement celebration honoring Birdie Underwood. Glamour Images Wigs & More High Fashion Hair" Beautiful Upscale Shop With Excelletrt Customer Service And Great Prices. Lace Front 3\4 Wigs & Hair Pieces Chemotheraphy And New Customer Discounts Solid Waste 4th Annual Banquet The City of Tampa Solid Waste Department h eld its 4th Annua l Banq u et recent ly. The t h eme was Working Together Safel y." The guest speaker was F i ve S tar General Lloyd "Fig" Newton. General Newton assisted Ms. Tonj a Brickhouse, Solid Waste Department Direc t or, i n presen tin g awa r ds. (Photos by Sylvester Harris) Wildstyle DJs, Slim and Jose'. Andy and Marcela Areneibia with their sen, Felipe. Receiving guests were Brenda Wilson, Regina Byrd and Lavern Logan. Some of the guests included Steve and Linda Kelley. Tonja and Missy Brickhouse pose with Everett Bass. Guest employees, Finley, Douglas Raikes, BJ Slatton, Fred Moore, Melany Jackson, Sandra and Shannon Marner.


Entertainment Judge Approves Jackson Collectors' Items MICHAEL JACKSON LOS ANGELES --The King of Pop is coming to calendars and collectors' coin cases after a judge approved several deals involving the singer's estate on Friday. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff signed off on agreements for Jacksonthemed items including calendars, school supplies, posters and a commemora tive coin. He also granted authority so that reprints of Jackson's autobiography "Moonwalk" can be sold in China, Korea and several Eastern European countries. Beckloff also agreed to allow Jackson's estate to partner with Apple's iTunes to sell songs and videos of Jermaine Jackson's performance of the Charlie Chaplain song "Smile" at the pop singer's public memorial. The deals were presented to the judge by the current administrators of Jackson's estate, attorney John Branca and music executive John McClain. Financial details of the I Keys Made agreements were not disclosed. They offer a hint at Jackson's post-death marketability, and a pending deal ma y bring even more Jackson-themed merchandise to store shelves and electronics. Beckloff scheduled a hearing on Monday to decide whether to approve other deals involving Jackson, including a movie project that would feature the singer's final rehearsals and preparations for a series of comeback concerts in London. Columbia Pictures has agreed to pay $60 million for the rights to footage shot for Jackson's "This is It" concerts, but the deal must be approved. The extra time was granted to give the singer's mother, Katherine Jackson, time to consider the proposed contracts and voice any opposition to them. Beckloff is also consider ing a deal between the estate and merchandiser Bravado for worldwide distribution rights to several Jacksonthemed products, including trading cards, apparel, lighters, stuffed animals that play Jackson's music and digital apparel and even tat toos for online games such as Second Life ." The deals remain an important piece of the Jackson's financial puzzle and could offset potential losses by concert promoter AEG Live, which spent more than $30 million organizing the singer's so-show come back in London. f:> 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!! Trial Date Set For Lawsuit Against Morgan Freeman MORGAN FREEMAN OXFORD, Miss. --The woman suing Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman over a 2008 car wreck gets her day in court next year. Demaris L. Meyer of Memphis, Tenn., sued Freeman last February, blaming him for the accident that seriously injured them both. He was driving her car when it left the road and flipped several times near his Mississippi Delta home on Aug. 3, 2008. She says it was his fault, which Freeman denies The trial has been set for Aug. 9, 2010, in OXford. The 72-year-old Freeman won an Oscar for his performance ih 2004's "Mill{on Dollar Baby" and co-starred in last summer's "T he Dark Knight." His screen credits also include "Bruce Almighty," The Shawshank Redemption" and "Driving Miss Daisy." Billv Mavs' Familv: Never Saw Siuns Of Cocaine Use BILLY MAYS TAMPA --The family of TV pitchman Billy Mays said they were never aware that he used cocaine or other non-prescription drugs before his death and they were considering whether to have an independent review of an official autopsy. The Hillsborough County medical examiner's office released the results of its autopsy on Friday, finding that cocaine use had contributed to the heart disease that suddenly killed the soyear-old in June. He was dis covered by his wife in bed at their Tampa condo the morn ing of June 28. Mays was a pop-culture fixture with his energetic commercials pitching gadgets and cleaning products like Orange Glo and OxiClean. -4 .c: m (/) c Chris Brown Sentencing Delaved )> c: G> c: (/) -1 Chris Brown's se nt e ncing, scheduled for last Wednesday (Aug u s t 5), h as been delayed until August 27. The judge in th e case is seek ing additional information from th e singer's hom e state of Virginia on whether it can accommodate mandates included in Brown's proposed plea deal. Under the guidelines of the plea reached last month, Brown will be under probation for five years, attend weekly counseling and per form community labor service. Judge Patricia Schnegg has yet to hear back from officials in Virginia, where Brown is expected to serve out his sentence. Schnegg apparently wants to make sure Brown endures com munity labor work and not just community service. She made the announcement in court following a brief meeting with a prosecutor and Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos. CHRIS BROWN Previous reports suggested Schnegg wanted Brown to participate in activities such as graffiti removal and road side cleanup for his community labor service. Community labor service or community service work, as its known in other .states varies from state to state According to a rep from a probation office in Brown's native Virginia, community service work in the county could include labor activity like washing school buses or fire trucks daily or working out of a local library. ..... ..... 1\) 0 0 CD ., r 0 :::D c )> CJ) m z Marlon Wavans Adds Action Film To His Pordolio :::! z m r;m c: r r m :::!-z MARLONWAYANS Actor I producer I writer Marlon Wayans may be the youngest of the 10-strorig1 Wayans clan, but he's one of the family's most prolific members. He's been the star of several W ayans family productions, including "White Girls," "Little Man, .. Scary Movie" and its sequel, "Don't Be A Menace" and "Dance Movie," as well as starring in "The Waytms Brothers Show" on the his brother Shawn. Though primarily a comedian, W ayans has also garnered acclaim for his dra matic work in the bleak drug movie, "Requiem for a Dream." He played a des per-""C c: ate drug addict alongside a m stellar cast that included C Ellen Burstyn and Oscar CJ) ::J: winner Jennifer Connelly. m And Wayans did his thing in C G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra." m The now 37-year-old actor rii is married with two kids. :::D -< 'G. I. .lOE' WINS THE WEEKEND -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" stormed domestic theaters in weekend-winning style with an estimated $56.2 million in opening boxoffice. Paramount opted to hide "Joe" from critics prior to C release of the film, a Stephen Sommers-helmed special ops actioner inspired by Hasbro's action figure. So it will bear watching how weekend reviews and general word of mouth impact future tallies. Sony s Meryl Streep-Amy Adams star.rer "Julie & Julia" opened well in second place with $20; 1 million. Universal debuted Rogue's horror thriller "A Perfect Getaway" with a soft $5.8 million in seventh place. Disney's 3D family feature "G-Force" finished third in its third weekend with $9.8 million and an $86.1 million currie. Last weekend's topgrossing film Uni's Adam Sandler starrer "Funny People"-fell a big 65% in its sophomore session to $7.9 G') million in fifth place, with a m $40-4 million cume.


0) Sports 1-(J) ::> (.!) ::> <( c (J) w ::> 1-c a: LL c z <2: c (J) w ::> .... w > w c w :1: (J) :J IXl ::> .a. z i= w ..J ..J ::> IXl ...J w z i= z w en iX 0 ..J LL President Obama Finds Time To Plav Golf President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden putt on the White House putting green. On the campaign trail, President Barack Obama was always trying to squeeze in a game of pickup basket ball, but since he's been in Washington, golf has become the first pastime. Obama has played virtu ally every weekend this sum mer, sometimes with Vice President Joe Bid en and other times with a collection of aides and friends. The stakes are low, ($1 a hole) but the game is serious. No mulligans or long gimme putts, and the President will play out a hole until the bitter end, even if it means putting a 10 or an 11 on his card, according to one aide. As in basketball Obama is a trash-talk enthusiast who tries to get into the heads of his opponents and sucker them into taking more difficult shots. "He is very strategic about his use of it, says Eugene Kang, the 25-year-old White House special-projects coordinator who played with the President at Andrews Air Force Base in late June "It's always fun to make the putt and give him a nice little look at the end." Vegas casino,sues Broncos' Jordan over $201 Debt LAMONf JORDAN plus interest. Lawyers for The Mirage hotel-casino filed the lawsuit Thursday in Clark County District court and said Jordan applied for six gam bling markers in June 2008. The lawsuit says that when the check-like markers were deposited, they were returned because of insuffi cient funds or an inability to locate the account. LAS VEGAS --A Las .., Vegas Strip casino has sued .... Denver Broncos running back LaMont Jordan over if $2o,qoo in gambling debts An application attached to the lawsuit shows Jordan identified himself as a foot ball player for the Oakland Raiders Jordan played for Oakland from 2005 through 2007, and played for New England last year. Injuries Sideline Three Kev Bucs VVARD, BRYANT,CLAYTON TAMPA--Three ke y players in Tampa B a y s o ffense sa t out pra ctic e a t Buccane e rs camp. Running b a ck Derrick Ward and receive r s Antonio Bryant and Michael Clayton did not particip a te in drills during Friday s workout Ward has a foot sprain. Bryant has been sidelined by a sore knee for the past three days, and Clayton has a sore hamstring. None of the injuries are consid ered serious. Buc Coach Calls Out Winslow KELLEN WlNSLOVV After practice on Thursday Raheem Morns called out tight end Winslow for controlling his emotions. The Buccaneers traded a second and fifth round pick to the Clevelnd Browns for Winslow in the offseason, and gave him a contract extension during the offseason. Morris has talked about Wmslow stepping up and being a leader throughout the offseason. Morris referred to some past prob lems. "Oh, he's definitely tal ented, but I'm also starting to get an idea of the problems he's had," said Morns. "But I think it's the first time anyone has ever addressed him, talked to him about it. He understands, he looks me in the eye, I look him in the eye and that's it-my bad. If he does something good, I'll tell him my bad. Sometimes his emotional energy is going to give us a lift and other times it hurts. He's got to know when it's the right time." Bucs View Adams As Kev To Pass Rush TAMPA --Gaines Adams is the first to admit he's underachieved w ith the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. So when coach Raheem Morris singled out the defensive end on th e open ing d a y of training c amp, sa y ing Adams would be a flop if he doesn't post dou bl e -digit s a cks this season, the third-year pro a greed. I take it a s a challeng e Being drafted fourth overall that comes with the territo ry. It's year three for me. Obviously it's time for me to step up." Reviving a once-revered pass rush is one of Tampa Bay's top priorities this sum mer The Bucs feel one of the GAINES ADAMS keys is for the 6-foot-5 258-pound Adams to be more physical while relying less on speed to try to get to the quarterback. Portis Challenges His Critics Clinton Portis is in the odd position of being at once the Redskins' most popular and famous player, and hav ing the biggest disrespect complex in the team's locker room. Who exactly, besides Coach Brian Mitchell, has been disrespecting Portis? Whoever it is, Portis has a message for you: "I think it's eatin 'em up to still see me doing it." "You really just can't say nothing to me, there's nothing you can say gonna have me low and down in the dumps. I can tell you check my paper. work. You know, just look at the paperwork, look at my stats, look at my grind, look CLINfON PORTIS at everything I've accomplished at 28, and I'm not even 28 yet. So you take the one year away that I got hurt, I'd be over 10,000 yards already." Viking QB Jackson Still limping In Practice MANKATO,' Minn. -Minnesota Vikings quarterback Tarvaris Jackson has worked hard to return to practice quickly after missing some time with a left knee injury to ensure he doesn't fall behind in the competition for the starting job. On Friday nisht under the lights, Jackson said he may have tried to do a little too much. He came up gimpy after planting in the pocket and limped around for sev eral minutes before return ing to action. Jackson said afterward that he is still working the kinks out from a sprained TARVARIS JACKSON MCL in his left knee that he suffered last weekend. Jackson is in a competi tion with Sage Rosenfels for the starting job


Sports Woods's Wins No. 10 At Briduestone TIGER WOODS There were all kinds of delicious implications had Padraig Harrington hung on to defeat Tiger Woods at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday, and the pundits were salivating. On the par-s 16th hole, Woods hit a jaw-dropping, 180-yard 8-iron to within a foot of the flag for a tap-in birdie. Harrington responded by making an equally unforgettable 8, and Woods coasted to a finalround 65 for his 70th Tour victory. Woods is third on the all-time wins list, behind Jack Nicklaus (73) and Sam Snead (82). It was also his seventh triumph at Firestone Country Club's South Course, the first time a player has won that many times at a single PGA Tour venue, and his second con secutive win. He won by four over Harrington (72) and RobertAllenby (66). Date Set For Burress Arraignment PLAXICO BURRESS NEW YORK --Former New York Giants star Plaxico Burress will be arraigned later this month on a weapons charge for shoot ing himself in the thigh at a New York City nightclub. He will appear in court Aug. 20. Burress was indicted Monday on two counts of criminal possession of a weapon and cine count of reckless endangerment. He faces a minimum prison sentence of 3-1/2 years if con victed. Burress' lawyer says he's disappointed, but not surprised by the indictment. Burress testified before the grand jury and expressed remorse. Burress was at the Latin Quarter nightclub on Nov. 29 when an unlicensed gun tucked into his waistband slipped down his leg and fired, shooting him in the right thigh. Tftomas Top'09 Canton Class ROD WOODSON And DERRICK THOMAS CANTON, OH --Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson loosened up the crowd with a couple of anecdotes at the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony, and Bruce Smith finished them off with a passionate tribute to Western New York. All that was missing were the chicken wings, because the ceremony on Saturday night had a distinct Buffalo flavor to it. Also inducted were Chiefs linebacker Derrick Thomas, defensive back Rod Woodson, offensive guard Randall McDaniel and receiver Bob Hayes. Thomas, whose career was cut short in 2000 when he died following a car accident, and Hayes, who died in 2002 at age 59, were induct ed posthumously. Jefferson Jilting Ex-Fiancee Again:-RICHARD JEFFERSON First, he left her at the altar -then NBA star Richard Jefferson kicked his jilted bride to the curb. Just days after he boasted about how he intended to help Kesha Nichols ease into a fresh life without him, the former Net barred her from the Hudson Street apartment they had shared for a year telling doormen she couldn't even retrieve her belongings. Jefferson-who jettisoned his July 11 wedding by e-mail-has also reneged on the six-figure settlement he said he was giving Nichols, her pals say. Titans To Wear No. 9 Decal In Honor 01 McNair STEVE MCNAIR The Tennessee Titans will honor slain former quarterback Steve McNair by wearing a No. 9 decal on their helmets this season, starting with this weekend's Hall of Fame Game against the Buffalo Bills. NFL Bri.an McCarthy said Thursday the league found it appropriate to approve the team's decal in memory of McNair, who was killed July 4 MeN air played 11 seasons with the Titans and led the team to its only Super Bowl appearance. McCarthy said Titans coaches and sideline person nel also will have the option to wear a No. glapel pin. The Titans had been discussing ways to remember and honor McNair, the winningest quarterback in the franchise's history at 81-59. Only Hall of Farner Warren Moon threw for more yards for the team than McNair. He was also co-MVP of the NFL in 2003, only the second player to be so honored in team history. BEAUTY UNLIMITED MELISSA This week's, Beauty Unlimited is none o.ther than Ms. Melissa. This young lady, born under the sign of Aries knows exactly what she wants and what it will take to get it. In college and working toward earning a degree in Broadcasting, she has her act together. She believes in working out and staying fit. So the man in her life will have to match her. He must be respectable, clean cut, educated, ambitious and above all, strong-willed, otherwise, he won't make the cut. Congratulations, Melissa on being chosen as this week's Beauty Unlimited. Dunuv Believes Vick Will Siun With NFl Team Soon CANTON, OH --Tony Dungy says he's spoken to "quite a few" NFL coaches about Michael Vick. Dungy, the former Indianapolis Colts' coach, has been ment_oring Vick, who served 18 months in .. federal prison for running a TONY DUNGY And MICHAEL VICK thoughts on where [Vick] IS. c: m (/) c }< )> c: G) c: (/) ... ... N 0 0 z c ::0 c dogfighting ring and was released from home confine ment last month. During Sunday night's NBC broadcast of the Hall of Fame game, Dungy said, "I've talked to quite a few coaches who want to get my Dungy says Vick has talked to several teams. Dungy says he believes the former Falcons' quarterback G) will be with a team before m .... training camp ends. C1l


0) Funerals/Memoriam T"" 1-(/) Cl ::::> 1-c a: u.. c z < c (/) w t-> a: w > w c w :::1: (/) :J m a. z i= w ...J ...J m I ...J w z i= z w (/) < e a: 0 ...1 u.. MR. JONATHAN ALEXANDER WILLIAMS Homegoing services for Mr. Jonathan Alexander Williams of 3011 E. Emma Street, who passed away, Friday, August 7, 2009, will be held Friday, August 14, 2009, at 12 noon at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with a Bishop Designate Michael Brown, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Jonathan was born September 19, 1956, in Clearwater. He attended the sc.hools of Pinellas County. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted mother, Amelia Hicks; brothers, Joseph Williams and wife, Willie, Gregory Williams, Francis Williams and Barbara Evans and James Williams and wife, Candis; aunts, Mary Elizabeth Lewis of Gainesville, Henrietta Myrick, of Largo, Minnie Howard, Clearwater, and Leona Hall of Tampa; uncles, Julious Blake and James V. (Cookie), and Fred Williams; nieces, Courtney Williams, Quanisha Williams, Carmen Stafford and Ben, Tiffany Williams, Tameka WHliams, Ciara Williams, Michelle Waiters, and Nedra Cox and David; nephews, James, Jr. and Jamaal Williams; and a host of other family and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Thursday,August13, 2009, from 4-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Friday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.ajkensfuneralhome.net local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 MR. NEVILLE ANDERSON Homegoing services for Mr. Neville Anderson, who passed away on July 31, 2009 in New York, will be held this Thursday, August 13, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, with Elder James Patterson, Jr., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. He leaves to cherish his memories: wife, Eula; sons, Wayne Collin and Courtney Aubyn; 6 grandchildren; 3 brothers and 5 sisters; several nieces and nephews; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation will be held this Wednesday evening from 6-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends are asked to meet at the Funeral Home Chapel at 1:45 p. m. on Thursday afternoon. A HARMON BURIAL Fax (813) 231-0521 Let our furnily tal

Crime Innocent Bvstander Killed During Shooting ALQUAN GARNER A 23-year-old man was killed and another seriously injured during an early morn ing shooting Saturday. The shooting took place following an argument over people skipping in line. According to police, a group of people was standing in line in a parking lot at 4021 W. Hillsborough Avenue, to purchase food from a mobile canteen. Two of the men became involved in a verbal alterca tion, which ended when the victim was punched The suspect's friends became involved in the argument and the suspect pulled a gun and fired at least four times. At least three bullets struck 27-year-old Eriberto Reyes, w ho p olice b e li eve was the intended target. Reyes was list ed in serious, but stable, condition a t a local hospital. A stray bullet also struck Alquan Garner, 23, of Seffner, who was not a part of the altercation. After being hit by the bullet, Garner is said to have gotten into his car a nd dro v e westbound on Avenue before crashing into the guardrail south of Lois Avenue. He was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital, where he died, police said The suspect is described as a Hispanic male with a dark complexion, a thin build, about 5'8" to 5'10" and weighs between 150 and 170 pounds. Be was last seen wearing a white T-Shirt, blue jeans, and dark colored base ball hat. The suspect was accompa nied by 3 or 4 other Hispanic men, and they all fled the scene after the shooting. Police said there were 30 to 40 people who witnessed the shooting. They are asking that anyone with any infor mation to contact the Tampa Police Department at (813) 231-6130. Counterfeit Check Bust lands 41n Jail Four people were taken into custody in connection with an organized ring of counterfeit checks. The arrest culminated a two-month investigation According to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, Steven Flament, 23, was arrested and charged with 19 counts of posses s ion of counterfeit instrument; 19 counts of uttering instrument; 18 C.QtUltS p f grand theft; and 1 cou 'nt' of fictitious signature of officer. He is currently being held on a bond of $ 114,000. Jerrod Seeberan, 20, was charged with 10 counts of possession of counterfeit instrument. He is being held on a $2o,ooo bond. Lesandra Maria Dodson, 18, was charged with 1 count grand theft and 1 count uttering a forged instrument. She is being held on a $ 4,500 bond Antonio L. Bowman, 20, was released after he posted a $10,000 bond. He was charged with 1 count grand theft arid 1 count depositing with intent to defraud. The four were taken into custody on Saturday, shortly STEVEN JERROD SEEBERAN LESANDRA ANTONIO M. DODSON BOWMAN before noon. Police executed a search warrant at 4206 Sable Park Drive, Apartment 102. During the search, police reportedly seized computer equipment and other materi als used for making counter feiting checks and more _than $8,ooo in cash Police said the investigation is continuing and additional arrests are expected. Registered Sex OHenderFaces 14 New Crimes SHEDRICK JENRETTE The actions of a concerned citizen led to the arrest of a registered sex offender facing sex crimes involving children. The suspect was arrested late Thursday and is being held under a $ 21o,ooo bond. According to police, Shedrick Jenrette, 31, was arrested without incident at the corner of North Bay Street and Nebraska Avenue. Jenrette uses a vacant lot in the area as his area of residence. The concerned citizen contacted police and a sex crimes detective was assigned to the case. The detective determined that he had enough probable cause to arrest Jenrette. Jenrette was taken into custody and charged with 14 counts of Promotion of a Sexual Performance by a Child. Each charge carries a $15,000 bond. UNCLE SANDY ... 5, 15, 25, "Take a few moments to enjoy 6, 18, 22 the simple things. They become a haven from the hustle and bustle of everyday life ; 7, 19, 60. .. "111e w>ic e of .. Our Communiry Speaking for ltse(f' i (813) 248-1921 .... c: m C/) 0 Canadian Rape suspect Arrested At Pon 01 Tampa l> c: G) c: C/) .... ..... ..... 1\) 0 0 CD Canadi&n rape suspect Steven Mark Anthony Requena was arrested by U.S. Marshals early Monday morning. The U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force arrested Steven Mark Anthony Requena at the Port of Tampa at approximately 7 a. m., Monday. He was wanted by Canada for Assault with a Weapon, Forcible Confinement, Sexual Assault, With a Weapon, and Uttering Threats of Death/ Bodily Harm that occurred in 2007. According to Canadian Officials, Requena alleged ly placed a scalpel to a tim's throat while he sexually assaulted her. He had also allegedly threatened to kill the victim if she did not comply with his demands. He subsequently fled Canada to avoid prosecution after the incident. Requena was on board the Carnival Cruise Ship "Inspiration" located at the Port of Tampa whe;n the U.S. Department of rHomeland Security ran the ship's manifest and discov-52 ered an International Lookout by Canada. The U.S. Marshals Z ::::! 2 m r-International Investigations Division in Washington D.C. obtained information from Canada that Requena was currently wanted. Canada and the United States Attorney's Office for 1 ID c: rr-z the Middle District of Florida worked diligently ID over the weekend to obtain a provisional arrest warrant :::1: for Requena. The arrest warrant was issued in accor-m dance with Title 18, United States Code, Section 3184, and the Extradition Treaty ...,. between the United States and Canada. en 0 l> z Man Convicted Of Rape Released After 23 Years 0 0 HOUSTON --A man who spent 23 years in prison for a kidnapping and rape that DNA tests show he may not have committed was released on bond Friday to his joyful family. State district Judge Michael McSpadden asked for an expedited release for Ernest S6nnier, 46, who was convitted of a 1985 sexual assault an d "SEmtenced to life in prison. The Innocence Project, a national organization working to exonerate wrongfully convicted people, began conducting new tests last year that cast doubt on his guilt, attorneys said. Sonnier was released on ERNEST SONNIER his own recognizance. He Will wear a GPS monitoring device and be supervised as a condition of his release while attorneys move to G) have him officially exonerat-m ...... ed. ""'


en 0 0 N -..... ..... .... en ;:) (.!) ;:) < >-"' < c en w ;:) r-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF c LL c z < c en w ;:) t-it: w c w l:: U) :::J m ::::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w U) 0 ..J LL THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 09-12453 Division: 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 is 8509 Wakulla Drive. Temple Terrace. FL 33637 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 fall 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 dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disal>ilitY 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 16, 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, if 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 fall 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 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 21, 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SHARON D. DALE DEPUTY CLERK .. .. Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9:00 a.m., August 28, 2009, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd ., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058 VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 09-0615-EGL, Yolanda Madrazo, requesting a Variance to fence height, setbacks, and rear yard coverage requirements for property located 5822 N Thatcher Ave zoned RSC -9. Petition VAR 09-0800-USF, MPR, LLC, requesting a Sign Variance for property located 701 E Fletcher Ave zoned CN. Petition VAR 09-0810-ER, George Hansen and Arlean Hansen, requesting a Variance to distance requirements for a golf driving range for property located 1658 Branch Forbes Rd., zoned CG Petition VAR 09-0817-TNC, Norma Torres, requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located 6823 Eden Lane, zoned RSC-9 Petition VAR 09-0823-TH, Mary Russell, requesting a variance to the easement requirements for property located 12425 Mcintosh Rd., zoned A$-1. Petition VAR 09-0841-RV, Frank Murray, requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located 7305 Riverview Dr., zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 09-0843-CW, Paul and Sandra Sper, requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located 4103 Stillwater Terrace Cove, zoned PDMU Petition VAR 09-0852-NWH, Esteban R and ldelma E Hijuelos, requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located 10107 Briarwick Court, zoned PD-MU. Petition VAR 09-0865-ER, Alvin C & Mary Jo Futch, requesting a Variance to easement width for property located 3002 Charlie Taylor Rd, zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 09-0872-CW, Rainbow Village Bayway, Inc., requesting a Sign Variance for property located 11401 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., zoned PO-C. Petition VAR 09-0873-CW, Michael & Sharon Visher, requesting Variances to the setback requirements for property located 5305 Windbrush Dr., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 09-0875-ER, Yanet Helguera, requesting Variances to setback & fence height requirements for property located 4208 Charlie Taylor Rd. zoned AR. Petition VAR 09-0877-ER, Randall S Latimer,.requesting a Variance to TMH screening requirements for property located 8602 W. Knights Griffin Rd., zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 09-0881-CW, Ann Grundy, requesting a Variance to the height for fence/wall for property located 11811 Hope Lane, zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 09-0882-BR, William E. Murray, requesting Variances to s : etbacks, structure i : b 'rH. 'd height and fence height, for property located 1215 W. Windhorst :?:qne9 Petition VAR 09-0883-CW, Naidip Bella Casa, LLC, requesting a Variahce to fence/wall height for property located 3101 Lake Ellen Lane, zoned RCS-6 & PD. 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LEGA THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION Case No. : 09-DR-006853 Division: D IN RE: The Marriage of FREDERICK PARRILLA Petitioner/Husband and IRIS L. ALVAREZ PARRILLA Respondent/WIFE NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF 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, if any, to it on WILL YE MALVEAUX DENT. ESQUIRE, Attorney for Petitioner/Husband, whose address is 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 c 'lerk 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 Y9U 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. 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