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Ce l ebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area I Fourth SEE STORY ON PAGE 17 ____ ... Reactions Vary On Kevin Whitas Trial SEE PAGE 3 MoftiH Ofticial To Serve On State Comm. SEE PAGE 11 NEW EAST TAMPA TEACHERS TREATED TO BREAKFAST The East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership hosted breakfast for new teachers In East Tampa at Young Middle Magnet School on Thursday, August 20th. Various community leaders from the East Tampa community are invited to meet the new teachers. Some of those who worked with this year's event were, left to right: Sylvia Hubbard, Coordinator of 2009 Welcome New Teacher event; Evangeline R. Best, Chairperson East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership; Terry Tinsley, Coordinator, VELDA (Youth Education Leadership Development Academy), Second row, Betty Bell, president, Highland Pines Neighborhood Association; Denese James, Chair, A & B Committee ETCRP; Johnetta Goldsmith, Chair, The Heart of East Tampa Front Porch, Inc.; Toni Watts, CEO, CDC of Tampa, Inc.; Carol Marshall, Chair, Land Use, ETCRP, and Jo Norton, member, ETCRP. Third row, Tatiana Denson, Chair, Membership Outreach, ETCRP; Mary Ann Watson, member ETCRP; and Nellie Bythewood, member, ETCRP . (Photography by BRUNSON) Micheal Jackson's Death Ruled SEE PAGE 2 Author Vias For National Award SEE PAGE 7 / /

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Features Jurv Awards Woman $75,000 In Sexual Harassment Trial O n Friday afternoon a claim of sex ual harassment culmi nated with a jury award of $75,000. Alyssa Ogden filed the lawsuit against Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin White and Hillsborough County more than two yea r s ago. The jury took less that 3 hours to reach their guilty decision. Commissioner White hired Ogden in April'2007 as one of two of his Administrative Aides. Commissioner White stat ed that although he knew she didn't have any political expe rience, she told him that she was a quick study and that she spoke conversational Spanish In September 2007, Commissioner White noted in her six-month evaluation that she had not met any of the goals and objectives he outlined when she was hired for the job. Ogden tes tified that she agreed and told Commissioner White she would do better. He told her he would review her progress in 30 to 45 days He terminated her in November 2007 after stating that she had not shown any improvements Ogden's attorney Ronald Fraley, brought in a surprise witness Thursday afternoon. But after hearing her testimony in open court Judge Richard Lazzara would not allow the jury to hear her testimony. Belinda Allen testified that Commissioner White had also invited her on some weekend business trips to New York but she refused. Afterwards, she was snubbed for work assignments. After Thomas Scott became a City Councilman, she became his aide. The jury was composed of two men and si x women. All jurors were white with the exception of one woman who is from Columbia. Ogden was asking for $145,000 for back pay, cur rent and future medical bills, and pain and suffering. She was not awarded back pay but was given $15,000 for medical bills and $6o,ooo for pain and suffering. Her attor ney also requested that the County pay his fees. County Attorney Renee Lee said the Board of Hillsborough County Commissioners and Commissioner White will decide if either will appeal the verdict. The Cou .nty and Commissioner White are responsible for paying the judgment. Teenage Battle Of The Bands Competition Searches For Hillsborough County Idols The search is on for talented teen musicians to compete in the 12th Annual Teenage Battle of the Bands hosted by the Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department. The event will be held November 6 -7 at the Hillsborough County Fair from 6 u p.m The Fair is located at 4810 E. State Road 6o in Dover, fiv,e miles east of Brandon at the intersection of Sidney-Washer Road and Highway6o The two winning bands receive free studio time to record their music. Bands can apply now for the competition, and only a limited num ber of bands will be accepted. The entry fee is $so dollars per band and members must be between 13 and 20 years of age. The bands are judged on guitars, drums, vocals, showmanship, originality and preparation Contact Joe Soletti, Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department, for registration information at (813) 376-5778. For more information on the Battle of the Bands and other Parks, Recreation and Conservation events visit www.hillsborou&hcounty. or&. /parks Opinions varv In Countv Commissioner's Civil Trial Verdict BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Friday, a jury took a little more than 3 hours to return a ver d ict in the civil trial involving County Commissioner Kevin White and his former assis tant, Alyssa Ogden. The jury awarded Ogden $75,000 in d amages in her sexual harassment suit. Ogden, 24, had aske d for $145,000. Ogden was hired by White in April 2007, and filed her allegations a few months later. A few people in the area who have followed the trial gave these opinions on the outcome. City Council Chairman, Thomas Scott: "In terms of what happened, I think we have to honor the court system. They've ruled in her favor, and that speaks for itself. "I think because it took the jury only 3-1/2 hours to deliberate based on the evi dence and return with their decision says it all." James Ransom: I think when you have an elected official in -uffice based on the community's trust, our expectations are high. "Aside from some negative things duringhis campaign for County Commissioner, I think Kevin his job in a stellar manner. As an elected official, I don' t see where anything was done wrong. It' s unfortunate for everyone this had to be made so public, and I hope a les son can be learned by both sides. Ransom said since it appears no criminal act was committed, he expects White to finish his term, and contin ue to campaign for a second term. City C ouncilwoman Gwen "I feel sorry for family. This has been very rough on them, especialiy his children. Adults are stronger, but kids can be cruel." Retired Educator, Queen Miller: "I think the verdict will be appealed. I also feel because Kevin is s o young, he'll learn from this. ''I'm not happy with the fact that the jury was all white. I think it should have been mixed, and Kevin should have had more character witnesses to speak on his behalf." Sickle Cell President, QUEEN MILLER FRANK REDDICK Sickle Cell President Frank Reddick:. "I feel there were no winners. A lot of families were hurt. I was disappointed this went public and so many people were involved. I hope our current and future leaders in the African American community learn from this. It's regrettable, but it's time to move forward." c: m CJJ c > c: C) c: 1\) $11 1\) 8 CD ., r 0 :lJ CJJ m z :::! z m r;aJ c: r r gJ z ., c: m r c;; X m c m

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Q) Editorials & Columns u; N .... en FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990-94 CP Timelnternational < >" < C POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: en Florida Sentinel Bulletin, W P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL t-W.W. Andrews c a: I.L c z < c en w t-w > w c w %: 0 ::; m ::;:) a. z Iii ..J ..J ::;:) m ..:. w z z w 0 < c a: 0 ..J I.L 1874-1931 (1919) C. Bly1he Andrews 1901-19n (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44.0Q-6 Months Both Editions: $87.oo-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do nof necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida SenUnel Bulletin or the Publisher. East Tampa's Finest Hour L auren Brooks, Shaquona Berrien, Treki. "na Gurnin, Kiaraa Moore and Kelly O'Neal were among young women who braided and twisted hair until their fingers ceased to be fingers, but turned into blurs. Meanwhile, Lewis aka LuLu, a Brandon barber gave away so many free back-to-school hair cuts that if Guinness Book of Records had been in town, certainly, LuLu would have made front page. Such was the miracle of what will go down in our hearts and in the history of our city as East Tampa's finest hour, the day when we put our money where our mouths were. Praise goes to Reverend Thomas Scott and the 34th Street Church of God who hosted Family Fest '09, a community workshop, which included discussions on every aspect of the Black family and Black community well-being. The workshop began on Friday morning, August 21st, and continued Saturday, which was touted as the 12th Annual Community Survival Day. On that day, special interest was given to East Tampa's teeming back-to-school population, although hundreds of children from throughout Tampa-Hillsborough County were welcomed and served. Though Saturday was a sunny day, it rained free bookbags, school clothes and social services! But what most astounded our eyes and warmed our hearts were the nonstop hair cuts, hair-braiding, curls and other cosmetic services, which were rendered freely and professionally. Indeed, children and parents stood patiently in winding lines while around them swarmed a beehive of supportive activity. Hot dogs danced! Soft drinks were no more than a dime. Music blared and tempers ignored noonday heat. This was indeed, a time of pride. This was indeed, what our community was all Men With Guns 0 utraged is not the word! Imagine, men walking around with rifles and holstered guns within yards of President Barak Obama as he spoke to a group of citizens about the proposed health care reform legislation. We tremble at the thought of it! What indeed; has America come to where law enforcement professionals allow people to walk around with guns, near the President of the United States? It makes no whether the gun-toters are licensed or not. The idea and reality of such a situation is lunacy in our eyes. And in such ab.' instance, we must conclude that the right to bear arms has gone too far. Let us explain further. Just last week, while President Barak Obama addressed citizens on health care, several men were noticed walking thrc;mgh the crowd while carrying rifles and brandishing holstered pistols. They claimed to have had valid licenses for their firearms. John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald may also have had licenses for the firearms they carried. But this much we know. The carrying of guns by private citizens in the presence of the Chief Executive of the United States or any o _ther major political representative must be banned by fede.,allegislation, immediately. No citizen bearing arms shoUld be allowed anywhere 50,000 feet or more of the President or Vice President of America. Given the number of threats already lodged against President Obama, immediate attention should be given to what seems to have been overlooked by Secret Service. We urge local Congressional officials to act, now! Stupidity is not a Constitutional right! Black Athletes With Bad Behavior! What would the world have done, had Jackie Robinson been found to have been in possession of drugs? What would have happened to the Black Civil Rights movement, had Joe Louis been a drunkard? The list continues. Through the history of modern America, what role have major Black athletes played in the furtherance of a people's march toward equality and humani ty? The answer is, "Had it not been for the likes of Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Willie Mays, Joe Louis, Arthur Ashe, Muhammad Ali, Althea Gibson and countless others who held up banners of personal dignity and public integrity, the song of Black America could never have been sung so loudly or so proudly!" And now, this! These days, whenever we open the morning paper, we see what our eyes would rather not see. We behold the saga of another African American athlete brought low, not by racism or misrep resentation, but by his or her own hand. The list swells to bursting. It includes names like football superstar Michael Vick, just out of jail, and here recently, football rookie Tanard Jackson, suspended for possessing and abusing illegal substances. In days, weeks and years past, the list has included a former NFL quarterback supposedly shot to. death in the midst of an illicit love-affair; it involves an Olympic gold-medalist having to give back her ribbon because she cheated with steroids, and it constantly includes a "courthouse caper" list of professional athletes arrested for driving-whiledrunk, for having beaten their wives, brutalized their girl friends, or for having done any number of despicable and regrettable things that no self-respecting jackie Robinson would have been caught dead thinking about, let alone doing. No, I'm not Will This School Year Be DiHerentil Today marks the first day of a long school year. The question is, will this one be different? We will be entertained by a wide menu of boys and girls sports. The question is, will parents, students and fans pack the stadiums, gymnasiums and arenas to cheer for the young athletes? Bands will play, voices will sing, students will march, step and render speeches. Will these experiences be like a tree falling in the forest with nobody around to hear? Yes, there will be the FCAT and the SAT. There will be home work.,...c-lass projects and quizzes. The question is, will parents and guardians make sure that their children make the timeto be successful? Don't forget PTA meetings, parent and conference nights and visits to the school to check on yollr child's performance and progress. Will the PTA meet ings really be PTA meetings or will they be TA meetings? That is basically what these meetings been. in.Jhe, . past. Parents, please don't come to school to abuse the teacher or a principal over a problem with your child. Instead, come prepared to discuss the issue and work with the teachers and principal to resolve the problem and take steps to make sure that they don't occur again; Let us all keep in mind that students aren't always right and teachers always right. After a long summer, students need to get back into the habit of going to bed early. They need to get up on time and get to school oti time, well rested and ready to learn. School attendance must be regular. Teachers, are you ready and dedicated to create a whole-saying Jackie Robinson was a saint. Lord knows he wasn't. But neither was he a fool. He realized who he was and whose he was. And he also accepted the time-worn adage, "TO THE FEW WHO ARE GIVEN MUCH, MUCH IS EXPECfED!" It seems, however, that many of our young Black ath letes have forgotten who they are, and on whose shoulders they have stood to arrive where now they stand. They are arrogant if not ignorant. Indeed, one might conclude, a majority of our fellow Black professional athletes have no idea about that thing, which we used to call "BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS!" How could they possess Black conscious ness? Many of them have no conscience! They kill dogs, dog women, snort cocaine as if it were candy, flaunt their wealth and their weakness in the faces of their fans and family, and refuse to go any where near anything called RESPONSIBILITY. No, I don't know what Jackie Robinson would have said to Michael Vick, Tanard Jackson or a litany of other Black athletes who show up on the back-pages and back-streets of American notoriety. But one thing is certain. He would not have been proud of them. Of course, how could he ever know, most Black profession al athletes these days, never heard of Jackie Robinson! some and effective learning environment for your students? Teaching and develop ing the whole child is the sin gle most important responsi bility of the teacher. Teachers must be understanding and take the lead in creating good relationships with the students. Veteran teachers need to be sure that their lessons, their techniques and their materials are current and diverse. Young teachers need to mix their teaching efforts with what ,tP.,ey. wjUJ ,acl'Vice and. assistance from veteran teachers. -In spite of the shortage of money schools are working with, this school year can be, both different and better. It can be different because this year, hopefully, most pa rents will work with teachers and students to better educate the children. This doesn't happen in large numbers. Schools will make a concentrated effort this year to get parents involved 'in large numbers. Parent involvement will in itself make this a more productive and better school year. This will be the year schools and parents will put the "P" in education. For those who don't know what the "P" stands for, is part-nership in education.

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Attending a reception in honor of E. L. Bing were Melvin and Gloria Goodman. Attending a wedding were Mary Mitchell and Melvin Allen. Cynthia Hardy Joe Browil of Marion. County demonstrate thcfmaking of ginger bread. Mrs. Annie Hadley and Mrs. Elolae Cooper were photographed while attendins a scholarahip dinner at Youna Junior High School. Attending an event at the Sugar Shack were Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Olds, Miss Fleming, and Miss C. Haymes. Party time in this photo from the past features Johnnie Morris, Susie Council, Thelma Creal Ray Felder, Juanita Cudind, Veola Pope, and Alma Morris. In thlsphotoofaneventtohonorE. L BlnaareSJMA.comn.-Klmbell, E. L Jllna, anda.J.ue llarris.

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en &6 Children's Board Votes To Fund Two Countv Programs Hit Bv Cuts ;::::) CJ ;::::) c( >"' <( c en w ;::::) .... 0 a: u. 0 z c( 0 en w ;::::) .... > a: W t > w Q w ::t: en ::; m :::: D. z ..J ..J ;::::) m I ,..J w z i= z w en c( 0 a: 0 ..J u. The Children' s Board of Hillsborough County voted unanimously on Thursday, Aug. 20 to approve funding to help address two areas slated by the county for reduction oq elimination: child care licensing and after-school programs. The Board vote followed a request on June 25 by Hillsborough Board of County Commissioners for the Children s Board to pro vide the county $1.9 million to maintain the two programs for fiscal years 2010 and 2011. Currently, there are 1,301 childcare providers in Hillsborough County, serving more than 3,100 children daily with an overall enrollment of up to 5,000. Proposed cuts to Hillsborough County's Park and Recreation sites could have left an estimated 2,8oo families scrambling for supervised out-of-schooltime care for their children if additional resources weren't found The plan approved by the Children's Board creates community collaboration to sustain the local childcare licensing effort. It includer recommendations to reduce operating costs, rely on the Children's Board, Early Learning Coalition of Hillsborough County and Department of Children and Families for additional sup port, and increase licensing fees paid by child care providers. Budgets of both the child care licensing program and the after-school program, also known as out-of-school time care, also will rely on the Early Learning Coalition's ability to draw down federal matching funds as part of a revenue maximization strategy. The Children's Board will provided $250,000 in ongoing funds to support both programs fiscal year 2010, and will provide $555,000 in one-time funds in fiscal year 2010 to support out-of-school time care until the revenue maximization strategy can be fully implemented beginning July 1, 2010. "This was a great partner ship and collaborative effort among the Early Learning Coalition, the County and the Children's Board," said Board CEO Luanne Panacek. "It fits perfectly with our focus to unite, invest and lead." Manus O'Donnell, administrator for human services with Hillsborough County, said, 'We're pleased with this collaboration. This partnership will enable us to continue high quality servicer to serve the children and the childcare providers." ''I'm excited that in this time of lean budgets that the Children's Board is collaboratively working to address issues in the community," said Mark Sharpe, the Hillsborough County Commissiol_!'s eJ>resentative on the Children's Board. "The Councy's top priority is making sure that it is working with all the agencies that pro vide after-school care for our children. We know that par ents, especially single moms, and the Children's Board understand their value." David McGerald, CEO of the Early Learning Coalition of Hillsborough County said he was pleased with how things worked out. "When I addressed the Commissioners on this issue at th e first public hearing I requested they sit down Nith the Early Learning Coalition and the Children's Board to find a solution." Hillsborough County Public Schooll? Superintendent and Children's Board member MaryEllen Elia said, "This is major when you've got lots of partners coming together to provide a solution. This is a great wax to leverage resources to get more money and better fund these programs." The Children's Board serves as the leading voice and advocate for children and families in our commu nity. The board is the only organization of its kind in Hillsborough County that generates revenue to help children and families. The Children's Board is recog nized nationally for its con tributions to best practices in policies and programs aiding children and families. Citizens may visit www,childrensboard.org to learn more about the board's pro grams. Countv's. Securitv Services Officers Deliver School Supplies Fqr the third year, Hillsborough County Security Services officers delivered basic school supplies for students at Booker T. Washington Elementary School. These supplies have been collected over the past year by Security Services officers, super visors and support personnel. The school received 8 boxes of miscellaneous supplies, 7 cases of notebook paper and a case of pencils. Principal Jason Pepe accepted the donations. (Photography by BRUNSON) 41:1ctCHC110101" 3": 5 year olds Lie# CPC120020. Child Care Locations $60.00 Per -Week Pay HQ School--Readiness Fees! FREE VPK Community Christian Childcare in East .Tampa 4215 Orient Road, Tampa, FL 33610 WNW.CommunityChristianChildcare.com .and Fun Factory Preschool Center in Plant City 410 S. Collins Street, Plant City 33563 WNW. funfactorypreschoolcenter. com Call: 813-244-6832 Monica McPhersbll' with. some of the supplies." I:. ; Sonia Coleman with some of. the supplies presented to Booker T. Washington Deborah Johnson acceptsschool supplies from the Security Elementary School. Officers. .

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Local 2 m en 0 Tampa Native Nominated For Nationai'Breakout Author' Award BY ALESA COMMEDORE Ebonee Monique' s d e but n ove l Sui c i de Dia ri es" has been nominated for the "Breakout Author of the Year" award by the African American Literary Show. Monique is a Tampa native and daughter of former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Council Rudolph and Mrs. Ann Rudolph. She graduat ed in 2000 from Chamberlain High School. She went on to graduate from Florida A & M University with a degree in public relations In February 2009, she released her novel, "Suicide Diaries," with Peace In The Storm Publishing. The EBONEE MONIQUE ... authors first book novel is currently available anywhere books are sold. "Suicide Diaries" tells the story of Lauren Washington, a 26-year-old deejay, who is trying to solve the mystery surrounding her m o th e r's murd e r In d o ing s o th e most imp o rt a nt people in her life start to act strangely Her father is nervous, her best .<>. re out of character and her boyfriend Brendan withdraws from her. When Brendan suddenly commits suicide, Lauren starts to unravel his double life and begins to discover the secrets he died with to keep from her. Readers will be drawn into this plot filled with lies, betrayal and redempt\on as Lauren learns how to find the strength to forgive and move on with her life The novel has enjoyed good ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... i i I These days, more people I are sav1ng. 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After receiving many rejection letters, she finally received a book deal from Peace In The Storm Publishing. Monique has wanted to be an author since childhood, so this whole experience is a dream come true. Her t;,,.j .. vation also comes from her family. "Between the sacrifices and challenges that my parents-and grandparentsendured, I didn't really have a choice on whether or not to pursue my dream; they laid the blueprint and who was I not to take the chance and run with it?," Monique says. The goal of the African AmericaQ Literary Show is to bring recognition to African American authors nationwide. The award show will take place in Harlem, New York on September 24, 2009. The winners are selected through an online public vote, which includes categories with well-known celebrity authors such as Steve Harvey, Maya Angelou and E. Lynn Harris. "Whether or not I win, being recognized for my writr;al c rr-gJ z ., c OJ r-u; % m 0 m < m -i c m en 0 )> z c ing is a blessing within itself," Monique says. She also advises aspiring authors to 6 'just write." "Nobody .is stop, ping you from following your dream, bJJt you." .To vote for Ebonee Monique's "Suicide Diaries," or for additional information about the African American Literary Awards visit www.literaryawardshow.com. tee ommunity ..Speaking for Itself"

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Local Paiama Poetrv Night Games To Jerk Hut On Tuesday (tonight) at 9:30 p.m., it is Pajama Poetry Night once against. This year's event will be held at the Jerk Hut, 926 East Fowler Avenue. Spoken Word poet, LIFE, said this is the sexiest spoken word event ever. "This open mic event will be a night of love and erotic poetry," said LIFE. 'The evening will culminate with a pajama contest that ''\!ill select the funniest, sexiest, and boldest sleep attire. Prizes will be awarded to the winners." LIFE said there are no limits on what y ou can wear, and advises everyone to use their own imagination an9 creativity. Another special feature will be world' renowned spoken woi'd poet, Taalam Acey. For more info, call (813) 810-3582. >- Health Outcomes and Behavior at Moffitt Cancer >-0::: Center has been selected W to serve as a member of the Racial and Ethnic Health 0 Disparities Advisory Committee. en "Working with this ::J committee will give me that opportunity. The o.. major disease areas such z as cancer and oral health, tlj as well as immunizations :J are of primary concern." =:;. Dr. Green said the Dl committee wants to know I ..J why certain diseases are only contracted by African i= Americans. Z "Studies are underway w en to see if genetics play a c:t0 role. Environmental issues, income levels, and other social demographics will ..J also be looked at as LL possible causes. We have a long way to go in the research." Dr. Green said access to health care must be improved and assurances provided so people can get the care they need. "We also need to find a better way to collect the appropriate data to study what may be causing the disparity The advisory committee will make recommenda tions for closing gaps in health outcomes and increase the public's awareness and understanding of health disparities that exist between populations. Soul Reach Revival co w (.!)
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Local -4 c: m en c G') Progress Village Foundation Awards Program The Progress Village Foundation Awards Program honoring high school gradu ates, honor roll and scholar ship recipients, who reside in Progress Village was held recently at the Embassy Suites Brandon Students are awarded $100 cash gifts for completing high school, and 9th=-12th graders who achieved honor roll status received $25 per grading period. Those students who apply to receive more money to continue their education at an institution of higher learning are acknowledged on that evening. In attendance at the ban quet this year was the repre sentative from the foundation's donor, Mosaic Company, Mr. Robert Baker and his daughter. The speakers were the Honorable Judge Lisa Campbell and Mr. Cedric McCray, Administrative Aide to Commissioner White. The DJ was Yolanda The Honorable Judge Lisa Campbell, guest speaker for the awards program, and Board Member Ardra Daniels. Cedric McCray, ..,eaker, and his wife. Donor representative, Robert Baker and his daughter attended the awards program for the Progress Village Foundation. Turner. Graduating seniors receiv ing awards were: Brandi N. Harris-Foster, Romano A Purcell, Cynthia r.:;:. Thompson, Keith A. Richmond, Alfred H. Sheppard, Jr., Samela A. Morrison, Kindred Shakea, Sergio V. Robinson, Shade H. Brown, Jamiel D. Smith, Allison M. Jones, Meagan Jones, Brandon Jenkins, Jocelynn Townsend, Octavis President Lois Bowers and DJ Yolander Tunler, Jones, Devin Ray, Jr., Joshelyn Allen, Douglas Bailey, Jasmine Coz, and Britany Brown. Students receiving gifts for Honor Roll status were Samela Morrison, Kindred Shakea, Iris Cannon, Allison Jonesd, Alisha Messan, Devin Ray, Jr., Joshelyn Allen and Pllrcell Romanado. The volunteer Board of Directors includes: Linda Washington, Scholarship Chairperson; Muriel Barr, c: Ardra Daniels, Devin Ray, Sr., Rhonda 1\) Williams, Tracy Harris, .?' Sevette Clark, Jackie Mix, Reverend Wallace c:z; Bowers, Carlos Sanchez, Financial Secretary; Mary Allen, Robert Baker, Rep. from Mos-aic, Beverly Webb, Treasurer; Betty Napier, Mary Hobley, Secretary; Alberta Shedrick, Vice President; Bertha Kemp, Member Emeritus and Lois Bowers, President. 'TI 6 :a en m z -4 z m r:m c: r r-gJ z 'V c: m r-c;; :::t m c m < m 2 m en c :J> z c The High School graduates with the speakers, board members and 8ponaor. Old School $0' s Sock Hop AJAMA POETRY NITEI featuring TAALAM ACEY! -8pomll:lrai Clallk Body Bt Paia; The Jerk Hut Jamaican GrUle 926 E. Fowltr Av. Tepe, FL 33612 Tuesday Aug11st 25, 2009 9,pm 1ft tlw/tnro cll: 113-110-8512 www.UFEIZPOE.TRY.co111 $15 iD advlllte $20 1t door -Get Your Jammiesl

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0) g Local N an Citv Park Renamed In Honor 01 AI Barnes, Jr. :::J < The 18th Avenue Park got a new name on Saturday, August 8 during '7t ceremony honoring one of Hillsborough County s pioneering Black educators. The park c became Alfred "Al" Barnes, Jr. Park. Mayor Pam Iorio along with Hillsborough County School District Superintendent Mary Ellen Elia, members of the commucn nity and the Barnes family participated in the ceremony. The park is located at 2902 N. 32nd Street. w :::J AI Barnes retired from the district in 2000 after 40 years of service In 1965 he became one of the first five Black teachers transferred to an all-white school, 1-Riverhills Elementary He later became the first Black head football coach selected by the administration at a predominately white school, Hillsborough High. In January 1976, he became Plant High's human resources specialist, working with students at risk of failing Mr. Barnes died in 2008 at the age of 69. (Photos by BRUNSON). c 0: u.. c z <( c (/) w :::) 1-i;: w > w Alfred "AI n J> . :>arnes, ]t P a.r.k C Olga Barnes and Mayor Pam Iorio present the park's new w . ::z::: Sign. en :::i m ::: Q. z Iii .J .J ::: m ...:. w z w en a: 0 .J &L : 111/J-3608 N . 15tll lCemer otlakeJ For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! ATMMachine On Premises Members of the Barnes Family along with Mayor Iorio at the dedication. Santiago Toni Watts. -Jackie Myers and Freddye Hill. "The V.liC<'! of Our C.'oiT/.ITit.trtity .'. "peaking for lt. w !lj" 13) 248-1921 r Armiee Gipson, Eileen Costanza, Yvette Smith and Josephine Broader. Belinda Casellas-Allen, Denise and Ernest Coney, Jr., Rick Olewinski and Carla Jackson.

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Local Florida's Oldest School Founded To Educate Its Black Communitv Is In CRISIS A historical and cultural landmark since 1894, the first private school in Florida founded with the intent to educate the black community faces a challenging future. Confronting the administra tion of St. Peter Claver School is a recent change in funding, the expiration of needed grants, and low enrollment. Principal Sister Maria Goretti Babatunde says, "The best way to get these children out of poverty and off the street is by giving them a good education. These children are talented! They only need opportunity." The School has always been a fixture to the Central Park neighborhood offering students an enriching private education. Enrolling students and their parents are guided through a financial assistance program that covers nearly 100% of the cost; however, tuition only represents less than half of the School's annual operating budget. Currently, St. Peter Claver faces a $250,000 budget deficit for the 2009-10 school year. Local community sup port has enabled the school to operate for over 100 years, but today's crisis has forced the school to broaden its out reach if it is to remain a valu able Tampa institution. The first event will be an Open House to be held Thursday, August 27, 2009, from 4:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. The School has invited local civic, business and religious leaders and any family interested in learning how St. Peter Claver School can provide a comprehensive and enriching education. All school facilities will be open and the entire faculty will be in their classrooms to answer questions and meet prospec tive students and parents. Although the current school year has begun, the economic situation has extended the enrollment time so it's not too late to register. Late enrolling students will be given special "Catch Up Lessons" to keep the curriculum moving forward at a scheduled pace, while provid. ing the new students with the background needed to enter the current classroom. The Open House is the first event to kick off the School's 1\) new awareness campaign. 2 The faculty _and administra-cz; tion's commitment to the preservation of the School will be evident throughout the school year. Parents interested in enrolling their children are encouraged to attend the Open House on Thursday, August 27, 2009 between 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm. More information is available by calling the school office at 813-224-o86s. Individuals and organiza tions interested in supporting the school should contact Sister Maria. Annual Benv Mae Bivens Familv.Reunion ., 6 The Bivens Family celebrated their annual reunion at Rowlett Park on Saturday, July 25, 2009. Five generations were in attendance. The DJ for the event was Tampa's own Tony-T. These Bivens girls make up the 3rd and 4th generations -Hamilton, Neishia Hamilton, Kayla, Tyler and Alecia Thornton. The Bivens Family gathered at Rowlett Park. Lose 2 to 3 Sizes In Minutes!!! While Losing_ Weight & Making BIG Moneyn! ( No Gimmicks No Surgery No Diet No Exercise www.ILost3DressSizes.com j i Doors 1 Meet-And i Presentation \ 1211 N. Dale Mabry Hwv Sutta 203 ,' (Betwten Wat.n And rt.miltan) /' -, 813f649 Or 877..acJ0.7775 ..._.._. ____ _______ _ _ _ ____ _ _ ... ,111' "An Appointment With Ardyss Will Change Your Life" ::u g tn m z m r.m c ... ... gr z i a i I -c ,. z c ., ::u i Oi(

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0) -Sports c a: LL c z c( c tn w ::;) it w > w c w ::E tn :::1 ID ::;) a. z ,ffi .... .... ::;) ID I ...I w z i= z w tn a: g LL N .,... w a: Vick Should Plav Thursdav vs. Jaguars MICHAEL VICK PHILADELPHIA Michael Vick will make his Eagles debut Thrtrsday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars if all goes well over the next three days of prac tice, coach Andy Reid said Saturday. "I think there is a chance of that," Reid said. "Right now that's the plan. But we'll see how it goes." Vick signed Philadelphia on Aug. 13 but was not allowed to play in the team's first two preseagames under the provisions of his suspension from the league. "He's working out," Reid said. "He looks good." Lawvor: Plax TQ Hi'e Prison. Consultant :_ Belore 2-Year Term PLAXICO BURRESS NEW YORK--Plaxico Burress' lawyer says a prison consultant prepar ing the former Super Bowl star for life behind bars. The York Giants wide receiver is getting "LIMIT 2 WfTH THIS AD advice on "how to use his period of confinement as productively as possible." The 32-year-old Burress pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of attempted criminal possession of a weapon. He had accidentally shot himself in the thigh at a Manhattan nightclub in November. plea deal calls for a two-year prison term. He is to be sentenced Sept. 22. Prison consultants have become increasingly popular among celebrities and other high-profile people facing incarceration. Burress caught the last minute touchdown that gave the Giants the 2008 Bowl championship. Bucs' LB crowell Out For Season ANGEW CROWELL TAMPA--The Tampa Bay Buccaneers say linebacker Angelo Crowell will miss the season with a torn biceps muscle. The seventh-year pro was hurt during Saturday night's preseason victory at Jacksonville. The former Buffalo defensive captain signed with the Bucs as a free agent after sitting out all of 2008 because of a knee injury. Crowell was slowed much of training camp by a sore hamstring. Third-year pro Quincy-Black becomes the likely starter at strongside linebacker. Bucs Win First Game Under Morris, 24-23 Over Jax RAHEEM MORRIS The Raheem Morris era took it's first statistical tive step .last night with the Bucs notching their first win of the (pre)season. The game was in doubt until a failed two point conversion late in the 4th quarter, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers walk out of-Jacksonville with the win, and pull to .sooon the preseason at 1-1. No turnovers for the Bucs and an equal measure of success in the run and pass portion of the game saw them claim victory. Next up for the Bucs. A home date with the Miami Dolphins. Magic Sign Veteran Guard Williams_ ORLANDO --The Orlando Magic have announced signing free agent guard Jason Williams. General Manager Otis Smith said Wednesday that Williams will provide depth and leadership to the team's backcourt. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Williams retired in .. L September 2008 after play ing a season for the Miami Heat, where he average 8.8 -JASON WILLIAMS points per game. He did not play the 2008-09 season. Tiger Woods Enter. s Opening Plavon Event At The Barclavs JERSEY CITY, NJ -:-Tiger Woods entered The Barlcays on Friday, an indication that the world's No. 1 player plans to compete in all four FedEx Cup playoff events for the first time. In a tough economic year in which PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem has asked the players to do more for the Woods came through in a big way by agreeing to compete in The Barclays. He has not played the tournament since 2003, when it was held in June, and he has not played since Barclays took over as title sponsor in 2005. . . Barclays' contraCt Witli.,fhe PGA Tour is up for renewal next year. Woods is assured of being the No. 1 seed when the PGA Tour Playoffs for the FedEx Cup begins Thursday with The Barclays. A new points system means players are more to lose ground if they take a w.eek off. Tenn. Man Pleads Not Guiltv For Gun In McNair Case NASHVILLE, Tenn. --A convicted mgrderer pleaded not guilty Friday ,tQ selling the gun that was used to kin ex-NFL quarterback Steve McNair. Adrian Gilliam of La Vergne, Tenn., was charged last month with being a con victed felon in possession of a firearm. According to court documents, he admitted selling a loadeQ 9 mm Bryco/Jtmnings semiautomatic pistol for $100 to Sahel Kazemi. Nashville police said the woman used the weapon to kill McNair and herself on July 4 Police said Kazemi met Gilliam while she was try ing to sell her car and told him she was looking to buy a gun. Detectives traced the gun STEVE}\1CNAIR to its 2002 sale at a pawn shop. Gilliam boughf it from someone for $100 about a year or year and a half ago. Investigators said he told them he bought it for protection after his home was burglarized, and police reports show a burglary around that time.

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Sports Bolt Gets Third Gold, Gives Jamaica First World Title In 400 Relav Usain Bolt's third gold medal helped Jamajca extend its dominance in the sprints. BERLIN--Usain Bolt's third gold medal of the world championships failed to produce a third world record because the Jamaican 400-meter relay team only managed to produce the sec ond-fastest time in history. "It is a little bit my fault," an apologetic Bolt said, complaining h e was just too tired after nine races in eight days "I didn't run the best third leg. I was happy to get around the track and give the baton to Asafa," he said. "I am dying right now." Compounding Bolt's fatigue was Asafa Powell's groin injury, which made the anchor runner uncertain until one hour before the start Since the Beijing Olympics, Bolt had won five major gold medals with a world record each time. The world record streak ended in the 400 relay after he set two individual marks in Berlin. Heat's Beaslev Checks Into Rehab MICHAEL BEASLEY MIAMI --Michael Beasley of the Miami Heat is being treated for depression related issues at a Houston rehabilitation facility, a per son briefed on the situation. Beasley checked into the facility last week, said the person, who spoke on condi tion of anonymity because of privacy concerns. It's unknown how long he will remain at the facility, or whether he will be available when the Heat open training camp on Sept. 28. Under the NBA's substance abuse policy, the Miami Heat are not allowed to comment. A photo of the No. 2 pick in the 2008 NBA draft was posted Friday to his Twitter account, in which Beasley displays a new tattoo across his shoulders. The image also captures what appeared to be a small plastic bag on an adjacent table, the contents of which were unclear. It's unknown if Beasley was already in rehab when the photograph -and several comments, including "Feelin like it's not worth livin!!!!!!! I'm done" and "I feel like the whole world is against me I can't win for losin" -were posted on the feed. l)r()P 1 keH ilzes In 1C) Mlnlltei!!! Surgeries! No Pills!! No Exercisin .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,. (Guaranteed!!!) Proof Your Income at the (Women And Men) This Saturday & Sunday :30 am, 3:30 or 6:30 pm Tampa, Florida Come Get A Free Experience Free Gas Giveaway!!!! overwhelming response, please call for R (9S4) 601-7013 'JU-6edy {770) 651-8437 Nuggets' Balkman Arrested On suspicion Of DUI RENALDO BALKMAN DENVER -Nuggets reserve forward Renaldo Balkman has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Florida. Balkman, 25, was arrested by Temple Terrace, Fla., officers at 4 a.m. Saturday after he refused a bloodalcohol test, according to a police report on the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office Web site. Balkman was released after posting $500 bond. Nuggets executive Mark Warkentien said the team was aware of Balkman's arrest but declined further comment "out of respect for the legal process." Balkman averaged 5.0 points and 3.8 rebounds last season, his first with the Nuggets {'The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' : (813) 248-1921 BEAUTY UNLIMITED ROCKY It would make no sense talking about how hot it is, so I'll try and see if this week's Beauty Unlimited feature can make your day a little more comfortable. Rocky has the personality that can make you forget all about the heat, and all you have to do is notice all the attention she gets no matter where she goes. Rocky never has a problem making friends, those fortunate enough to get close to her, know how special she is. Rocky has big plans for her future, and always says "the sky is the limit." When it comes down to the man in her life, Rocky said he must be strong, handsome, and capable of bringing his woman up to new heights. Congratulations to Rocky as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. .... c m (/) c )> c C) c (/) .... fl.) U1 fl.) 0 0 CD ., r-0 :a (/) m z .... z m r:aJ c rrm -1 z "tJ c aJ c (/) :I: m c m < m :a -< -t c m (/) c )> z c ., :a 6

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8 Entertainment C\1 Jackson Memorabilia Tour Approved; london's First MICHAEL JACKSON LOS ANGELES --A judge on Friday firmly approved a deal between Michael Jackson's estate and a con cert to exhibit his memorabilia, praising' the arrangement that the singer's mother had fought in court over her concerns that it C could harm his legacy and a: wasn't competitively bid. u. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff noted the lack of W a reasonable alternative pre-Q d b K h LOS ANGELES --. W sen,te Y erine Michael Jackson won't be CIJ..J:C laid to rest on what would court of a company starting have been his 51st birthday up in the Middle East that after all. D.. might be able to handle the A spokesman for the z exhibitions. . Jackson family says the i= The show will open in King of Pop's funeral has London's 02 Arena, where been postponed until Sept. 3 ..J J 'ackson. was set to kick off five days after the singer's his "This .is It" tour this sumbirthday. ...=. mer . Spokesman Ken Sunshirie, W "I think everybody is going in a statement Friday, offered to 'be thrilled with the no reason for the delay. z results," sajd John Jackson's family had W N d t d planned a private daytime CIJ orman, pres I en an .& A Th CEO f th xhib't' t servtce tOr-ug. 29. e pop mpany several hills on land rough,ly "'t ,... was preparmg Jackson s 8 miles north of downtown comebllck tour Los A;pgeles. The mausoleum when he died 25, plans includes a stained-glass replito open the exhtbtt around .. ._ ca of Leonardo da Vinci's Oct . 28 release of. a "The Last Supper" and repliusmg footage of the smger s cas of Michelangelo's stat-: final 'THE TAMPA w e, Actor Antwon Tanner Pleads Guiltv In Scheme In NYC ANIWON TANNER NEW YORK --"One Tree Hill" actor Antwon Tanner has pleaded guilty to selling more than a dozen Social Security numbers for $1o,ooo. Tanner told a federal judge in Brooklyn on Friday that he was a middle man, selling numbers someone else provided. He and his lawyer didn' t comment on how he got involved in the scheme. Tanner is expected to get as much as a year in prison at his sentencing, set for Nov. 20. The 34-year-old actor was charged in April with selling 16 Social Security numbers and three bogus Social Security cards. Tanner plays the character Skills in the CW series Tanner also appeared in the 2005 movie "Coach Carter," starring Whitnev Houston's First Interview on Oprah Sept 14th WHITNEY Whiti:tey Houston is coming to Oprah Winfrey'sfamous couch. The Grammy Award-win ning singer, 46, whose much anticipated upcoming album, "I Look to You" will be released Aug. 31, will sit down with the talk show queen for her first interview in almost seven years. Calling it "the most antici. pated music interview of the decade," Winfrey, 55, will welcome Houston as her first guest on "The Oprah Winfrey Show's" 24th sea son, which airs Sept. 14. Houston held listening parties for her album in L.A., N.Y.C. and London. The CD is her seventh studio album and marks a comeback after a 7-year hiatus from the busi ness. omarion Is leaving Young Monev -Has 'Nothing But love' For lil wavne Omarion released an official statement on Friday (August 21) regarding his parting of ways with Lil Wayne's Young Money label earlier this week. The statement reiterates the singer' s Twitter post on Wednesday, dispelling rumors that he'd been dropped. "I have a lot of respect and admiration for the genius of Lil Wayne and the entire Young Money family," he said. "I asked to be released irom the label to pursue other opportunities that were recently presented to me. Because of our relationship, Lil Wayne had no issue with us ending our business relationship and released me from the label. Lil Wayne and I have noth ing but love for each other, there is no beef. I also want ed to make it clear that my company nor did I, leak the song, 'I Get It In,' and I want to dispel any rumors that have surfaced. I appreciate my relationship with Young OMARION Money/ Cash Money and look forward to doing busi ness in the future. "There will be a major announcement regarding my career and my new album, Ollusion, coming next week," the statement promises. Young Money member Mack Maine broke the news of Omarion's departure on his Twitter page Wednesday night, writing, "ATTN: Omarion is no longer Young Money ... the song they leaked-featuring --wayne is not official ... Good luck to him in his future endeavors." Jav-z, Bevonce's Bodvuuard Banles Paparazzi In Croatia JAY-Z, BEYONCEAnd BODYGUARDS Jay-Z and Beyonce-or, more accurately, their seCUrity -had a run-in with paparazzi as they left a -restaurant in Dubrovnik, Croatia, on Tuesday night. A video clip from Croatian television shows paparazzi crowdi ng ar.pund _the couple and their entourage as they board a boat. As the boat is ready to pull off, it looks like the cameraman throws his tripod at the bodyguard in the boat. The bo4yguard throws the tripc;>d into the water. Right after, we see Jay and the bodyguard ducking, as if someone threw something at them. The boat then pulls away. The video then shows the couple taking a stroll accompanied by a bodyguard when the paps show up. Photographers get too close and the couple's security tries to push a cameraman away. According to the AFP, the guard allegedly kicked the 57year-old cameraman in the back several times and threw his to the ground, though that part doesn't apiJearin the oniine video. have a tinie in a couple ohv'eeks .as he ptepares for 9f 'ril'e Blueprint a on Septemb _er u. Jay-Z.com released a track listing ofthe LP ori Tuesday night, revealing a guest list that includes Kanye West, Rihanna; Mr. Hudson, Pharrell Drake, Alicia Keys and. others. That sanie day, is having a huge concert in New York City. On September 13, Jay is slated to perform at the 2009 MTV Music Video Awards. Hov is nominated for Best Hip-Hop Video and Best Male Video for "D.O.A. (Death of AutoThne)."

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FuneralsjMemoriams MRS. ELIZABETH DUKES Homegoing services for Mrs. Elizabeth Dukes of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, August 23, 2009, in Tampa, surrounded by her family, will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, August 27, 2009, at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., with a local minister officiating. Burial will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Dukes was born May 1, 1918, in Lake City, Florida. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Freddie; and two sons, Jimmy and Stevie Dukes. Mrs. Dukes is survived by: her son, Lundy Dukes of Tampa; daughters, Freddie Dukes-Smith and son-in-law, Ben Smith of Tampa, and Beverly Dukes-Lewis of Tampa; 11 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and 3 great, great grandchildren; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Wednesday, August 26,2009, from 4-7 p. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www .aikensfuneralhome.net Fax.(813) 231-0521 Let a the key to ntlne andqlla.lityscnice .. Harmon Funeral Hon'le John Vi.-. I-Iannon. L.F.D. Jnrnes J -Iarn1.on. L. F. D. 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600. "A Family's Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner has provided the highes t standard in funeral servi<'.es fOf over 70 vears. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (8r3) 751-4912 FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is SeJVice" 3W1 rt lfF' St Tampa, Fl 336m (800) 605-3350 (813) wwv1. wil$on-fune1-alhome. tom MS.JOEANN MAE WILLIS A homegoing visitation for Ms. Joeann Mae Willis of Tampa, who passed away Thursday, August 20, 2009, will be held Friday, August 28, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Tampa. Ms. Willis was born on December 1, 1954, in Tampa, Ms. Willis was preceded in death by her parents, Cassie Mae McGee and Billy (Mack) McGee. She leaves cherished memories with: her loving and devoted children, Sylvia Ann Sheffield, Cindy Ann Robinson, and James D. Willis; grandchildren, Jalisa D. Campos, Stephan A. Willis, Qudirah Cromartie, Lounesha Cromartie, Jahmari Cromartie, Breanah J. Willis and Kelis Shepherd; brothers, Joseph -Willis of Kentucky, William Golden of Orlando, James Willis, Jr. of Kentucky, Phillip Lakeman of Germany and Jhonny Hodgeson of Tampa; sisters, Gloria Spike of Tampa and Barbara Lewis of Kentucky; aunts, Stephanie Hammonds (Don), Tonya Hammonds, Nina Hammonds and Kim Eubanks and husband, Dennis of North Carolina; uncles, Gregory Hammonds and wife, Shirley and Dextor Hammonds and wife, Harriett of Washington; nieces, Quiana Spires, Ciara Robinson, and many more too numerous to name; nephews, Trevon Robinson, James Delain, Marcus Delain, Sammy Spires and Samuel Spires, and many more too numerous to name; long time friend, Louie Pagan; adopted mother, Bettie J. Henry; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www .aikensfuneralhome.net DINA OLIVA MARTIN Dina Oliva Martin passed away on August 15, 2009. Wake services will be held Thursday, August 27, 2009, at 2 p.m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, with a local minister of Idlewild Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea St. She went to Robinson Senior High School and was presently attending Hillsborough Community College to obtain her Nursing Degree and working at Applebee's. Dina leaves behind: her mother, Lorraine Diana (Alexander); stepfather, Jorge Diana; sister, Angelina Hopkins; brothers-in-law, Charles Hopkins and Matthew Ciganek; her loving children, Cristina Ciganek and Angel Velasquez; her nieces and nephews, Michelle Moisan, Brandon Hopkins, Brayden Beasley, Mike Ciganek, Taylor Ciganek, Nick Ciganek, Arianna Velasquez and Joshua Velasquez. A HARMON BURIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM TYRIEGUNN Happy birthday. We love you. "The Voice of Our Co1n1nunity Speaking for Itself" Sentinel Bulletin AMERICA'S FOREMOST SK\U-Wil:KLY MS.MARENE 'MARIE' HANCOCK Homegoing celebration for Ms. Marene "Marie" Hancock of 313 W. Amelia Ave., who passed away peacefully August 19, 2009, will be held Wednesday, August 26,2009, at 1 p. m. at Holsey Temple C. M. E. Church, 3729 N. 15th Street, Rev. Terry Ray Mallory, pastor, Rev. J. J. Jackson of Israel Metropolitan C. M. E. Church, Greensville, SC, eulogist. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Ms. Hancock, an only child, was born May 10, 1916, to Jim Nelloms and Lessie McKinnon Brown in Thomasville, Georgia. Her parents preceded her in death. She was married to Clyde Hancock, who also preceded her in death. In the early 30s, they moved to Wayne, Michigan, where they had 5 children. In 1959, Marene moved to Tampa. Ms. Marene Hancock joined Holsey Temple C. M. E. -f c: m (/) 0 Church, under Rev. E. D. Lewis. She was a member of Choir #1, a member of the )> Stewardess Board # 1 and C: President of the Pastor's C) Aide Board, under Pastor J C: J. Jackson, III. 1\) 0 0 (/) m z ::! z m r I III c: r r z BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM i SGT. RONALD HARRISON 8/25/51-8/15/2007 ,; Celebrating your birthday and remembering all you gave and sacrificed. You will forever be our hero. The Harrison, Drummond and Jennings. earth 1ias No That 1ifla\7fln Cannot 1iflal. r c;; :::::t m 0 m < m .... c: m (/) c )to z c ., :II a ..... Cl1

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a> Memoriam 1.0 N 1-(/) :::> (!) :::> t-0 a: u. 0 z < 0 (/) w :::> t-> a: w > w 0 w ::I: (/) ....I m :::> a. z i= w ....I ....I :::> m I ....I w z i= z w (/) < 0 a: g u. IN MEMORY O F MRS. WILLIE BEA HALL 'August 26, 2007' It has been two years since you left us. We miss you so much. Wilbert and Juanita Williams, Vanita Lynn Hall, grand and great grandchildren, and other family and friends. AIKENS FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Pearlie Anglin, Tampa. Mrs. Elizabeth Dukes, Tampa. Mrs. Shirley Freeman, Tampa. Mrs. Peggy McNeil Tampa Ms. Deborah Sims, Tampa. Mr Isaac Sip lin, Tampa Mr. Analdo Williams, Savannah, Georgia. Ms. Joeann Willis Tampa. EVERm-DERR. &ANDERSON FUNERAl HOME Theodore (Honey Rock) A. Jackson, Tampa HARMON FUNERAl HOME Ms. Cynthia Alexander, Tampa. Ms. Cassita Baker, Tampa. Mrs. Louisa Castro, Tampa. Mr. James Hill Tampa. Ms. Dina Oliva Martin, Tampa. JACKSON FUNERAl HOME Marjorie R. Miller, Arcadia. STONE MEMORIAl FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Marene Hancock, Tampa. Mr. James McCrimmon, Tampa. Ms. Donshanequin S. Norto, Tampa. Ms. Carmen Rodriquez, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAl HOME Rickey Renard Bifford, Tampa. Maleah Boderick Tampa. Ms. Tommie Jean Donaloson, Tampa. George Kennedy, Brandon. Iisha Paxton, Tampa. Lizzie Turner, Ruskin, FL. Fred Young; Tampa. Green Bav Hires First Black Police OHicer GREENiBAY, Wis -Green Bay has a black police officer for the first time in the 152-year history of its police department. Solomon Ayres starts the first phase of a 17-week train ing regime this week. He said he expects some resistance from both black and white residents. But he said he thinks his life experiences will help defuse difficult situations and make him open to differ-SOLOMON AYRES step in the right direction. (0 ent points of view. ,... Fran Jonet, president of W Green Bay s Police and Fire (!) Commission, said hiring a If black recruit is a long-awaited Census figures show that African-Americans make up about 2 5 percent of Green Bay 's more than 98 ,ooo peo ple Its police department has 177 officers, including 15 women, four American India n s or Alaska natives and one Hispanic . J ;f 1 .J. '-. ,. : I , National Obamas Begin vacation With Request To Media President Barack Obama a nd his f a mil y b ega n a week l o ng va c a ti on o n th is Massa chus etts i sl a nd w ith a m essage to the report e r s who h ave crowde d the N e w Engl and vill a ges : Chill ou t and don t expect much. Pleading for privacy, the White House said Obama would have no public events while vacationing on Martha's Vineyard with his family and close friends. Aides also asked that the journalists not take pictures of the Obamas' two young daughters, age 8 and 11, when they aren t with the president. "He wants you to relax and have a good time. Take some walks on the beaches. Nobody's looking to make any news," spokesman Bill Burton told reporters flying with the Obamas from Washington to Massachusetts The White House said there is no formal schedule while the Obamas are on the island, although the president will receive a daily briefing in person from a National Security Council official. He will receive an economic briefing through memos and the secluded 28-acre private estate has a secure line to the White House if a situation develops. Work doesn t stop while the president is on vacation. Senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, a close friend and counselor to the president, joined the flight ahoard Air Force One. Other midlevel aides were on the island to assist the president if needed, a reminder the presidency does not allow for complete breaks from the job There were, however, other friendly faces for Obama. His sister, Maya, flew with the Obamas from Washington, as did first pooch Bo, who wandered through the press cabin dur ing the flight. Chicago physi cian Eric Whitaker, a friend to the Obamas, planned to meet the family on the island. The White House said there are no plans for Obama to visit ailing Sen. Edward Kennedy at his vacation home in Hyannis Port on Cape Cod. A visit with Kennedy, who has brain cancer, could provide a rally ing point for Democrats as Obama seeks to achieve one of Kennedy's career goals: overhauling the nation's health insurance system to provide near-universal cover age. Instead, aides said there might be trips for ice cream and salt-water taffy, possibly a bike ride and plenty of quiet time at the compound that rents for $35,000 a week. The Obamas are paying for their share of the vacation home; taxpayers are picking up the tab for security and White House staff, which is custom ary for all presidents. Sworn In As Peace Corps Director Washington. D .C., August 24, 2009 -Aaron S. Williams was sworn in Monday as the eighteenth Director of the Peace Corps Director Williams was nominate d b y President Obama on July 14 a nd con firmed by the U.S. Senate on August 7. He is the 2nd African American to hold the position "I am deeply honored to be the Director of the Peace Corps and I want to thank President Obama for the trust that he has placed in in e. I look forward to making his call to public service a reality for more Americans," said DireCtor Williams. I am committed to recruiting, training, and supporting the next generation of skilled and AARON WILLIAMS enthusiastic volunteers eager to serve side by side with members of Peace Corps host communities around the world." Mr. Williams is the fourth director to have served as a Peace Corps volunteer. He served as a volunteer in the Dominican Republic from 1967 to 1970. Upon complet -Rescuers Free Girl From Pool KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. Rescue crews safely removed a 3-year-old girl from the Key Colony Condominium pool Monday morning after her arm got caught in the pool skim mer s pipe. The child s head was above water while rescuers brought in hydraulic tools and equip ment to free her The skimmer -or intake valve -was about 8 to to inch es below the waterline, so the L .:.. ... ___ ..__ ...... --... -... ......... ........ ...... girls head was above water at all times. But just to be safe, we lowered the pool level about two feet to make her and the rescuers"more comfortable," said Miami-Dade Fire spokesman Pete Gomez. Key Biscayne Fire Rescue and Miami Fire Rescue crews used a concrete cutting saw to peel away part of the pool's edge. The suction was so strong, rescuers were unable to detach the girl's arm from the PVC ing his service, he became the coordinator of minority recruitment and project evaluation officer for the Peace Corps in his hometown of Chicago from 1970 to 1971. Mr. Williams has pursued a career in the develop ment and implementation of worldwide assistance programs Mr. Williams was a vice president for International Business Development with RTI International. He was a senior manager at the U .S. Agency for International Development (USAID), where he atta:fned the rank of Career Minister in the U .S. Senior Fo.reign Service. He also served as executive vice president of the International Youth Foundation. pipe to which it was attached The pipe was still attached when she was airlifted to Memorial Hospital. "The little girl's mother and father were with her at the pool as she was swimming nearby so this is not a case of poor supervision," Gomez said. Rescue workers said that despite the ordeal, she was "a real trooper." Once surgeons remove the pipe, they will determine what, if any, damage the girl's hand and arm suffered.

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Crime Founh suspect Arrested In Stabbing Death KENNY LOVE WASHINGTON ... Murder Victim On Thursday, Tampa police charged a woman with first-degree murder in the 2007 stabbing death of an Orlando ex-convict. Hailee Nichole Ra, 27, is the fourth person to be charged in the murder of 43-year-old Kenny Love Washington. Washington had been released from prison when his classmate, Harold Jones, owner of Morning Glory Funeral Home, gave him a place to stay and a job. Police said on October 11, 2007, Ra drove Lamar Coffey, 24, and Devon Batiste, 26, to a vacan_t storefront on North 22nd Street where Coffey and Washington were room-. mates. Police said two men went inside with the intention of robbing Washington, but they ended up stabbing him to death. HAILEERA DEVON BATISTE Coffey and Batiste wan dered into a church the next morning with unexplained cuts and conflicting stories, police said. Batiste was arrested and charged two weeks later, and Coffey was found in Charleston, South Carolina in December 2007. Another suspect, 20-year old Rahim Ra, was arrested and charged with grand theft WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Parll Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon The h1nngiif a laNy;:r IS an 1mportt that snoul d not ce based soi;; 'Jpcr BerorejCU aec:de as to SE1J 1a.; ::c"l qu :Jt cs l1:J er:c' LAMAR COFFEY ... already sentenced to life in prison. RAHIMRA and other charges a week after Washington's death. He was charged with first degree murder and robbery in connection with the case. Coffey has been sentenced to life in prison after his murder conviction. Hailee Ra has also been charge with armed robbery and first-degree murder. She is being held without bail. Teen Girls Found Dancing At Cocoa Strip Club COCOA -Two teenage girls under 18 were taken out of a Cocoa strip club Saturday after a worried mother called police and said she was afraid her 15-year-old daughter was dancing there. The mother reportedly told police she went to Playmates to get her daughter, but the owner would not let her in. When police went to investigate the complaint at Playmates, they found two girls, 15 and 17, dancing. They were not topless. No arrests were made but the girls were removed from the club, and police have started an investigation UNCLE SANDY 1, 4, 7 Teach a child by example, the things he needs to survive, 12, 15, 18, and he will be able to take care of himself. 15, 57, 75. Journalist That Exposed Rick Ross Murdered SAM FERGUSON .... was found shot to death after having accident on Turnpike A journalist's recent murder has led to questions of whether his shooting was connected to one of the biggest rap-related stories of 2008. Following Sam Ferguson's car crash last week on the Florida Turnpike, it has been ruled that he died as a result of gunfire before the wreck. The apparent hit remains under investigation, but Miami-area media and various Web sites have tioned Ferguson's link to a major piece published in both Don Diva and Hip Hop Weekly magazines: Ferguson, 47, who exposed Miami rapper Rick Ross for his past as a correctional officer Ferguson was struck in a hail of gunfire by a vehicle that pulled alongside his as he drove northbound near Miami, according to reports. Ross has not been named a suspect in the murder, but his earlier words in response to Ferguson's expose have raised eyebrows. "Ferguson is a liar, he's arcinformant, he's a rat, he's a b-ch," Ross reportedly told one interviewer. "I hope he's offended. Get at nie in the streets, n-ga. You know how we play. This sh-is about to get than RICK ROSS ... Miami based rapper rap." Ross' response was to Ferguson's story titled, "Will the Real Rick Ross Please Stand Up." The story pointed out contradictions in the rapper's crime-centered lyrics and his law-and-order past. Ironically, Ross later acknowledged to Ferguson that it was, indeed, he who was pictured in photos post ed by The Smoking Gun Web site, wearing full correctional officer gear. But the eventual admission to Ferguson, which suggests that Ross made peace, has been virtually forgotten in the wake of the murder. Florida Highway Patrol investigators are searching for a vehicle that they believe was used in the attack. A spokesman did not return calls from BET.com. Ferguson, Miami's head of New York-based Don Diva had spent just nine with the magazine. "He was involved in all aspects of our operation," Editor in Chief Tiffany Chiles told the Miami Herald. "He was helping us gather relevant stories. He was doing interviews, distri bution. He was really trying to .market our magazine in Southern and Central Florida." Reward Offered To Anyone With Information To The Arrest Of 'BOOBIE' ICCIGGlE -4 c m CJ) 0 )> c G) c CJ) -4 I\) 9' I\) 0 0 CD "T1 r-0 ::D 0 )> CJ) m z -4 z m r;ID c r rm -4 z ., c ID r-c;; ::z:: m 0 m < m .... c m en ;c: )lo z c 8

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0') 0 0 N &0 N 1-(J) ::::> (!) ::::> < >=" < c (J) w ::::> ... c 0:: LL. c z < c (J) w ::::> ... w > w c w :::z::: en ::::; m ::::> Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> m ...J w z i= z w en C 0:: 0 ...J LL. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 07-CA-16371 Division B WELLS FARGO BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE, FOR THE CERTIFICATE HOLDERS OF CARRINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST, SERIES 2007-FRE1 ASSET-BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES (Plaintiff) vs. DANTE K. YANCEY, and PEGGY A. YANCEY, et al., (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA STATUTES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated August 14, 2009, entered in Case No 07-CA-16371 of the circuit court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, Florida wherein Wells Fargo Bank N.A., as Trustee ("Wells Fargo") is Plaintiff, and Dante K. Yancey and Peggy A Yancey et al. ("Yancey"), are the Defendant(s), I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in the Hillsborough County Courthouse, 2ND FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E. EDGECOMB BUILDING, ROOM 201/202, located at 800 EAST TWIGGS STREET, in TAMPA, Florida 33602 at 2:00 o'clock. P.M. on 1it!J. day of September, 2009, the following described property: Lot 39, block 3, King's Lake, Phase 1A, as per plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 88, Page 80, of the Public Records Of Hillsborough County, Florida Property Address : 12933 Kings Lake Drive, Gibsonton, Florida 33534 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE. PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. 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 Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 within 2 working days prior to the date the service is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated this 1itb day of August 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ANNE KACZMAREK Deputy Clerk FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, AMERICAN EXPRESS, MASTERCARD, AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE .. .. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEPARTMENT Hillsborough County State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Program Annual Reports Fiscal Years 2006/2007' 2007/2008 & 2008/2009 The Hillsborough County SHIP Annual Reports for State Fiscal Years 06/07, 07/08 & 08/09 are currently available for review and comment at the following locations : Affordable Housing Department-1208 Tech Boulevard, Suite 300, Tampa, FL 33619 78th Street Community Library -7625 Palm River Road, Tampa, FL 33619 Jimmy B Keel Library-2902 West Bearss Ave., Tampa FL 33618 Ruskin Library -1 Dickman Drive SE Ruskin, FL 33570 Bruton Memorial Library 302 Mclendon Street, P l ant City, FL 33563 University Area Community Center-14013 22nd Street, Tampa, FL 33613 The SHIP Annual Report is due to -u;e FloridaHousing Finance Corporation on or before Sept. 15, 2009. Please submit any written comments by Sept. 2 to the address or e-mail listed below Anyone seeking further information about the Annual Reports can contact Aracelis Guzman, SHIP Administrator, Hillsborough County Affordable Housing Department, 1208 Tech Blvd., Suite 300, Tampa FL 33619, Phone: (813) 246-3171, or guzmana@hillsboroughcounty.org TTY (813) 301-7173. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACT TAX-EXEMPT LEASE/PURCHASE In accordance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Handbook 7460.8 REV-2, Florida Statutes and with other applicable laws, the Tampa Housing Authority (THA or Authority) intends to enter into a self implemented Energy Performance Contract Agreement (Contract) with the Housing and Urban Development (HUD}, where by the Authority will install and upgrade certain equipment associated with the doors windows, sliders and heating and cooling of Housing properties (the "Equipment"} for a total contract price, including architecturaVengineering, and other c:Osts estimated to be at least $2,850,000.00 (plus the reasonable cost of issuance} To assist in meeting the costs associated with the contract, the Housing Authority will receive reimbursement from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") of HUD approved contract expenses as defined under the HUD 24 CFR 990, Performance Contract Funding System. Submittal of Proposal Proposals shall be received until 2:00 (prevailing Tampa, FL time) on Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 1529 W. Main St., Suite 213, Tampa, FL 33607 Proposals rec-.eived after this date and.time will be rejected. Copies of this Request for Proposal are .available electronically if you will forward your email address to the Contracting Officer at nicholasd@thafl .com. Copies of this Request for Proposal are also available for pick-up at the above mentioned address or by contacting the Contracting Office at 813-253-0551, ext 390. OR RENT NOTICE OF ACTION BEFORE THE FLORIDA BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY IN RE: The Practice Of Accounting Michael Behrens 23437 Shining Star Drive Tampa, FL 34639 CASE NO.: 2007-060199 LICENSE NO.: AC 35465 The Department of Business and Professional Regulation has filed an Administrative Complaint against you, a copy of which may be obtained by contacting, Sarah Wachman, Agency Clerk, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, 1940 North Monroe Street, Suite 33, Tallahassee, FL 32399-2203, (850) 921-0342. If no contact has been made by you concerning the above by SEPTEMBER 29, 2009 the matter of the Administrative Complaint will be presented at a hearing pursuant to 120.57(2), F S. before the Florida Board of Accountancy. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation to participate In this proceeding should contact the Individual or agency sending notice not later than seven days prior to the proceeding at the address glveri on notice. Telephone: (850) 257-6097; 1-800-955-8771 (TOO) or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay Service. THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR LEGAL OR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT

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