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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area .. j"l \ Family Relieved an ba In Teen's Death . SEE STORY ON PAGE 2 PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS FORUM Last week, several members of the community gathered at Hillsborough Community College, Ybor Campus, in observance of National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. The event is observed each year to bring attention to early detection, prostate screenings, and prostate cancer prevention. Some of those who attended the forum included Dr. B. Lee Green and Dr. Brian Rivers, of Moffitt Cancer Center, and Bob Samuels, founder of Florida Prostate Cancer Network, Inc. Some of the men attending the forum were from left to right: Larry Boothe, James Wallace, Harold Scott, John Harrell, Bob Samuels, R. V. Brown, Gerald Williams, and Chester White, Sr., (Photography by BRUNSON). Gospel Workshop Anniversary Set SEE PAGE 9 USF Launches Project About Black Floridians SEE PAGE 6 Event Targets Infant Mortality Rates SEF. PAGE 3 Quarrel Ends With Stabbing SEE PAGE 17

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Q) 0 0 N LO ,... a: w m :e w .... a. w CJ) >"' <( c CJ) w :::J .... c a: u. c z <( c CJ) w ;:) .... : w > w c w l: CJ) :J D ;:) ll. z t:i .J .J :::J D ...:. w z i= z w CJ) <( c a: 0 .J u. Feature Familv Relieved: Sex onender Charged In 9-Year-Oid Murder Of Teenager \. LAQUEITA WHITE Jan. 29, 1985 -Dec. 7, 2000 __...BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In less than three months, Ms. Carla Wilson will observe the 9th anniversary of the death of her daughter, LaQuetta White. In the past, as the anniversary approached, Ms. Wilson only had her grief to remind her of her loss. But, this year, as a result of forensic tests, she will no longer have to wonder who took her then 15-year-old daughter's life. The "unknown suspect" now has a face and a name. As a result of DNA testing and the dedication of Tampa Police detectives, a suspect was identified last week. The suspect is Carl Chavers, 39, who is cur-r e n t ly incarcerated m Florid a State Prison On the morning of December 7 2000, LaQuetta left her mother s Grant Park apartment at 5606 Tera Ceia, Apartment B, to board the HARTline bus en route to a dentist's appointment on Davis Island. She arrived. Later that afternoon, a passer-by discovered the partially nude body of the teenager on N. O'Berry Lane, (a small street resembling an alleyway) behind Roosevelt's Garage at N. 21st Street and E. 21st Avenue. It was the body of the teenager. She had been sexually assaulted and strangled. Ms. Wilson, who is employed by the Hillsborough County Public School District as a Dees Attendant, was riding on a school bus that passed the scene. She had no idea that it was her daughter's murder scene. Cold Case Detectives Eric Houston and John Columbia were assigned the case. Detective Houston reported DNA Did You Know That ..... Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Including Annual Relining & Surgery In P aration For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 CARL CHAVERS ... Identified as murder suspect through DNA gathered in 2008, from Chavers matched DNA recovered from the sexual battery kit taken from LaQuetta. Chavers, who was incarcerated on an unrelated charge, denied ever knowing or ever seeing the teenager, however he lived 3 houses down from the teenager in 2000. Detective Houston continued his investigation and requested the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) conduct a full DNA profile. Despite Chavers' denial, the full DNA profile from the sexual battery kit and scrap ings from LaQuetta's fin gernails matched Chavers' DNA. Detective Houston said the evidence was presented to the Hillsborough County State Attorney' s Office, who authorized Detective Houston to charge Chavers with first-LaQuetta White's mother, Ms. Carla Wilson, left, and her grandmother, Ms. Ida McAdoo, are relieved by the arrest of the suspect. degree murder and sexual battery. Ms. Wilson said through tears, "There are no words to describe how I feel. 'I'm relieved,' is the best way I can describe it. This is the best thing that has happened since she got killed and I feel so good about that." She stated that her moth er, Ms. Ida McAdoo was overjoyed with the news as well. "It's her joy to be lifted up a little." LaQuetta, who would be 24 now, was Ms. Wilson's second child and first daugh ter. Ms. Wilson has three surviving children, two sons, ages 20 and 30, and a 17year-old daughter. Ms. Wilson continues to ride the county school buses to help keep other children safe. She realizes that this is the first step in a long process, but is prepared to make the journey. "When the trial comes up, I'll be there everyday,'' she said. Released From Prison Months Before Murder Chavers, who was 30 at the time of the murder, is currently being held at the Tomoka Correctional Institution on 3 counts of lewd and lascivious behavior and one count of a man over the age of 21 impregnating a minor. He was arrested on the charges on November 11, 2008, and was housed in the Hillsborough County jail for 255 days before he wa:s sentenced. Judge Wayne Timmerman sentenced him to 25 years injail on June 22 2009 Chavers was first incar cerated in the Florida Prison System at the age of 18, in August 1987 and was released in February 1988 On March 7, 1989, he was once again sentenced to prison. Chavers was released from prison August 1, 2000, four months and 6 days before LaQuetta was murdered. Chavers returned to prison in May 2004, and was released again in October. 2006. Register ForGSH Awards The deadline to register is Friday, Sept. 18, 2009, for the GSH Gospel Music Awards Florida's Best Gospel Choir competition. The event will be held November 7 2009. 813.900.6327 For more information, please c all (813) 988-1 3 6 4 ronwatsona rtstucl io.con1

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c: m en c Features Event Focuses On Infant Mortalitv Rated On Thursday, September 17th, the organization will host an "Un-Birthday Party." The event is to commemorate the lives of infants lost in the county. They will pay special attention to the 153 children who died before reaching their first birthday. Ms. Estrellita "Lo" Berry, President of REACHUP, Inc., said the event will take place at Northeast United Methodist Church, 6400 N. 15th Street, from 6 p.m., until 7:30p.m. "This is a memorial for those 153 babies who died before reaching their 1st birthday. We urge the community to attend this event and learn more about Infant Mortality. We want the community to take it personally and those who attend the meeting will learn about how they can become involved." Ms. Berry said infant mortality deaths are usually attributed to natural causes or health and medical complica tions. However, she said the No. 1 cause of death for these babies is pre-mature birth (babies born too early and too soon). Low birth rate, weigh ing less than 5 pounds, is also a factor. However, child ren who fall victim to abuse or extensive medical problems are not included in the statis tics for Infant Mortality. According to the latest sta tistics, the Infant Mortality Rates have doubled for African American women in Hillsborough County. Recently released information shows that of 15% of the babies born in 2007 and died before reaching their first birthday were African American. Of the 18,001 births in 2007, 4,715 were non-white ESRELUTA "LO" BERRY ... President of REACHUP, Inc. babies, and of that number, 58, or 15.9% were Black. In the same year, 77, or 7% of the 13,274 white babies born in 2007, died. Project REACHUP, Inc., is making an effort to reduce those numbers. The program serves more than 1,300 moth ers and babies every year. The organization stresses the importance of taking advan tage of the resources and programs available in the com munity. Central Hillsborough Healthy Start, a program of REACHUP, Inc., is focusing on the Infant Mortality rate during the month of September; which is Infant Mortality Awareness Month. In conjunction with Community Capacity Building initiatives, the organization is encouraging women to take precautions not only during the pregnancy, but before as well. "We want people to realize that Infant Mortality is a national issue, but it's an issue in our own backyard as well," Ms. Berry said. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by email iholton@flsentinel.&mll MED Week Acdvities Kick OH Tuesday Activities for the Minority Enterprise Development Week (MED) kick off today (Tuesday) at the Airport Hilton Hotel. Events will be held at the hotel throughout the week, concluding with a bus tour to various businesses on Friday. Today's activities begin with a CEO Breakfast, 7:30-10 a. m., fol lowed by the Opening Reception later in the day, 6-8 p. m. Wednesday, Sept. 6th, there will be breakout sessions throughout the day, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17tli, is filled with activities. The West Coast Chapter Breakfast meeting will be held 8-9 a. m., followed by the Business Matchmaker and Trade Show, 9 a. m. -3:30 p. m. Lunch and Learn will be held from 12 noon 1:40 p. m. Later in the evening, 5:30-8 p. m., the Awards Reception and Banquet will be held in the hotel's ballroom. All activities are held at the Airport Hilton, Lois Ave. The Tampa Bay Chapter of MED Week was after it was established in 1983. Each year a committee of dedicated individuals works together to create a successful and meaningful MED Week experience. The Tampa Bay Chapter is a coalition of private, public, not for-profit agencies representing Hillsborough, Pinellas and Polk Counties. Youth Proiect To Host Annual Meet And Greet BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, September 19th, from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m., the B .A.Y. (Building Aspiring Youth) Project will kickoff its Annual Meet and Greet event. It will take place at the Good Luck Cafe in Ybor City. The agenda of activities include speakers, step teams, a comedian, and numerous other activities. In 2005, Ms. Kimberly Hemmingway and Ms. Tirhonda Hills, founded the not-for-profit organization known as the B.A .Y. Project. The project is designed to provide teenagers and their parents with activities to help teenagers reach their full potential. Ms. Hills and Ms. Hemmingway have revamped the organization. The Project has also expanded to five programs: Building Young Queens Self-Esteem, Young Teens Unqer Construction, (for girls ages 13 -18); Gallant Guys Growing into Greatness, (for boys ages 13 -18); Teen Moms Moving. Forward, (for teen moms ages 13 21); and Parents Now Boarding (for parents ages 22 and up). Ms. Hills said, "The organization has a dedicated board that is energetic and enthusiastic about providing support to the Project. The board has a clear vision." Ms. Hemmingway said, ''The B.A.Y. Project will provide instruction, guidance, leadership and support to young teens in an effort to help them develop as a total being to the maximum extent possible." Both Ms. Hills and Ms. Hemmingway share the belief that "Through coaching, direction, and assistance, young teens can break through poverty, illiteracy, teen pregnancy, violence and drugs to become successful adults who are educated, self-sufficient, independent, and significant contributors to society." A Tampa native, Ms. Hills graduated from Tampa KIMBERLY HEMMINGWAY Co-Founder Bay Technical High School. She continued her education at Hillsborough Community College as, a Business Administration major. She is a faithful member of Divine Favor Baptist Church. Ms. Hemmingway is also a Tampa native, graduated from Florida. A & M University with a R S. degree in Computer Information Systems She earned her Masters of Science degree from Troy University in Healthcare Administration. She is a member of New Hope M. B. Church. Some of the activities planned for the upcoming TIRHONDA HILLS Co-Founder and Director year include: Educational and Tutorial Services, Goal Setting Activities, Team Building, Teen Summits, Community Support, Scholarships; College Tours, Volunteering, Praise Dancing, Arts and Crafts; Creative Writing, Stepping, Exercise Programs; and Retreats. Anyone interested in obtaining an application or additional information can contact the organization through its web site at The organization may also be contacted by e-mail at info@bayproject.org. en m 'lJ m 3: llJ m ::D ., r 0 ::D 8 )> en m z :::1 z m r I llJ c: r r !!I z 'lJ c: llJ r c;; X m c m < m c: m en c )> z c ., ::D 5

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Q) Editorials & Columns ..n ,... a: w m :E w li: w C/) >= < c C/) w ::l 1-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-1 40) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Flor ida 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 POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions : $87 00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editor ial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Wri:ers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher The Beau Willie Disease More than 30 years ago, writer, Ntozake Shange introduced Willie Brown to the civilized world. Fortunately for us, or so we thought, Beau Willie was a figment of the writer's eccentric imagination. Shange was c an up and coming playwright. Beau Willie was a character iJ: she created for her play, For Colored Girls who have U. Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf. Beau Willie was a mean, cruel monster whose claim to lite:( erary fame was his thrusting of his lady-friend's two screaming children out of a fourth floor window, then finale ly dropping them four stories to their deaths. CJ) We applauded Shange's play, then crossed ourselves with the Holy Cross and thanked God that no human being could 1-ever have been as savage as Beau Willie. fj: We were wrong. W This year, we have been wrong more than once. > His name wasn't Beau Willie, but Richard A. McTear, Jr. W Much like Beau Willie, McTear's crime was equally as monffi strous, having thrown his girlfriend's 3 month-old son out :::1: of a car window, onto a busy interstate highway. The child CJ) later died. :::i m ::l ll. z tu ...J ...J ::l m ...J w z i= z w C/) <( e a: 0 ...J u. Last week, McTear's gruesome antic was eclipsed by yet another Beau Willie. Cedrick ''Woogie" Salter, broke into his estranged lady-friend's home, and while she clutched one of their twins to her breast, he raised a gun and murdered her. A virus is attacking our young Black men. It can be recognized by its victim's jealousy, loss of control and quickness to rage. Be on the look out for it. It has a name. We call it the "Beau Willie Disease". Prostate cancer Month: Know Your Score September is National Prostate Health Month. While yQu your morning coffee, be mindful of this disquieting fact. Black men have the world's highest rate of prostate cancer. This fact makes an even more urgent case for the need of health-care reform in America. Facts don't lie. Black men claim the high rate of prostate cancer because of late detection. The disease itself is thought to be due to heredity, environmental conditions, high fat diets, too few fruits and vegetables, and too much red meat. Late detection is attributed to a "higher percentage of Black men being poor, less educated, uninsured or underinsured, with less access to health care compared with white men." According to the American Journal of Health Studies and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, a Black man has a 34% greater chance of being diagnosed with prostate cancer and a 123% greater chance of dying from it. In fact, chances are the disease will be more aggressive and advanced in Black men when it is diagnosed. Therefore, we encourage all Black men 40 years of age and older, or younger ifthere is a history of prostate cancer llllt in your family, to have a PSA (Prostate-Specific-Antigen) W test and a digital rectal exam (DRE) during the month of September. Knowing your PSA score is more important -tl>..an knowing the scores of your favorite football team. A President's Nose A rrierica's 44th Chief Executive, President Barack Obama sneezed, yesterday. It has caused a major inci dent. Sources say the sneeze was unexpected, coming in the midst of a weekly cabinet meeting. However, the fact that neither press representatives nor Republican leaders were given any warning or previews that the President intended to sneeze was seen by political observers as another bad move, on President Barack Obama's part, and might certainly be nothing to sneeze at, in the future. When informed of the President's sneeze, Jim Greer, chairman of the Florida Republican Party immediately stated the President's sniffle was just one more way "to indoctri-. nate America's children to Obama's socialist agenda!" Meanwhile, opponents to Obama's universal healthcare policy were quick to observe that when the Chief Executive sneezed, he neglected to sneeze onto his coat-sleeve, but instead fished around in his hip pocket, pulled out what seemed to be a pressed, white handkerchief, sneezed into said handkerchief, then unceremoniously blew his right nostril into the cupped cloth, placing it back into his hip pocket and thereby flouting what the American Medical Association assessed as abysmally bad manners, especially for the President of the United States. Though the President is thought to have immediately apologized, saying, "Excuse me," flashing his winning smile, then continuing with the world-changing issues of the day, critics such as Rush Limbaugh vowed the President would not be allowed to get away so easily "I hope he fails," barked Limbaugh, "and that includes the type of tissues he uses. I hope the next time he sneezes, he isn't using a two-ply tissue and it goer right through it and he embarrasses himself!" The group who calls itself The American Tea Party got wind of the President's Being Dumb Isn't Cool B elieve it or not, some children believe it is cool to be dumb. Nothing can be further from the truth. It just isn't cool to be dumb. In fact, there are no dumb children. No sir, not a single one. There are students who are limited in their abilities, but they are not dumb. There are some students who will never be 'A' students, no matter how hard they try. But if they try hard, they will be highly successful students. Folks, I submit to you that those students aren't dumb and will never be seen as being dumb. Then there is the dumb group that is really not dumb. This is the group that believes it is cool to be dumb. It's the group that won't study, they won't pay attention in class, they are disruptive, playful and talkative. They won't do homework, contribute to classroom discussions, try to pass their tests and yes some of them try to be class or school bul lies. These students aren't dumb. They are lazy, confused, ambitionless, who think it is cool to be dumb. But there is a group of students worse than these blockheads. It is those students who are smart and in some cases brilliant. Students who want to make good grades, they want to do the right things, and they have ambitions and goals. The problem with this group is that they fail to live up to their' potentials and think that being smart will not make them cool in the eyes of their buddies. Little do they know that being smart is really cool. It is cool to know and to know that you know. It is cool to talk and to know what you are talking sneeze and went on record saying, "no other American president in our nation's history has ever been caught sneezing while in the Oval Office." Indeed, rumors are rampant that a grassroots movement is afoot to either censoq or impeach the President for his nasal-impropriety. One Conservative Senator signified, President Barack Obama's sneeze was "just another example of America's President sneezing stupidly!" Nevertheless, when asked how he felt about this latest flap regarding his administration, and whether or not he might pass legislation on sneezing, nose-picking or nose-blowing and the like, President Obama was quick to say he had no future plans to hold even so much as a beer-summit on this most recent scuffle with snuffles. Then, before he could dismiss the news conference, President Obama did what many of us have often done: He hesitated, caught his breath, urgently fished into his back-pocket for a handkerchief; brought out a white handkerchief, hurriedly opened it up; quickly placed it over his nose, and without further warning said, "Ah! Aaaaah, ('scuse me.)" Reporters were speechless! about. It is cool to know that smart students are secretly admired by the blockheads who will seldom tell you that to your face. Come on students, wise up Being dumb isn't cool! Good athletes don't get to be good unless they practice .and train. Good students must practice and train. They do this by studying, reading and doing their homework. That is how they make good grades and pass all of their tests. Teachers make you good students. They can help you to be good students, but you have to help them help you. If you think that you are dumb and can't make good grades, then make yourself out to be a liar. Try studying, paying attention in class, ask ing questions when you don't understand, doing your homework and learn your lesson like you do rap music and l..,gwu-antee you your grades will improve, your conduct will improve, and your goals and ambitions will rise to a higher level. As President Barack Obama says so often, "Yes, you can!" The question is will you? It's up to you!

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Luther Rogers and Floyd Youman display their trophies after a golf tournament at Rogers Park. In this 1983 photo, Martha Webb is escorted by Randolph Kinsey as she was crowned Ms. N.c.N:w. These lovely ladies, Pamela Thumb, Doris Golden, and Ouida Brown all competed in a swim meet at Cyrus Greene Pool. ... . '' ': ; ./' .. . .............. Attending a party were Marvin Thrash, Cheryl Jackson, Keith Jackson and Nicholas. ...... 9' I\) 0 0 CD ., r-0 :!! c )> en m z ::! z m r;-m c: r-r-m -4 z ., c: m r-u; ::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c ?< )> z c ., ::rJ 6 ?<

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a: w m ::E w tc. w en >" < c en w t-c a: LL c z < c en w t-w > w Ci w :::t: en :J m c. z i= w ..1 ..1 m ...:. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..1 LL 'Amerikkka' Hasn't Changed Right now I'm wondering if we should be surprised. I m ean, after everything we' ve witnessed in this country, should we really be shocked by the venom being spit into the direction of President Barack Obama? It isn t like we didn't know this was coming. A Black president of one of the most historically racist nations on the planet, there is no way we could have ever believed it was going to be a cake walk ... And, of course, it hasn't been. They have done everything in an attempt to discredit the man. They have linked him with radical preachers, terror istic anarchist, questioned his citizenship and no'w President Obama's oppo nents have reached deep into their bag of slanderous accu sations and pulled out a mud ball labeled "communist." It seems that on top of their disdain for President Obama's health care plan, the right wings feathers were further ruffled by his decision to address school children across the country with a message about the importance of education. Even though this type of public address to students has been done by three previous presidents, they likened President Obama's speech to something that would happen in countries like North Korea, China and Iraq under Sadaam Hussein. They said President Obama's hidden agenda was to indoctrinate America's youth with socialist ideals. Several states decided that it wasn't in the best interest of the children to air the speech. While some parents in states that did air President Obama, kept their children (kids) home. What no one seemed to realize was that they were already too late Their children have already been indoctrinated. Just as they were indoctrinated when they were in school, as well as their parents before them. Any child who has ever stepped inside a U. S class room, placed their hand over their heart and pledged alle giance to a flag, has already been indoctrinated into the fundamental ideology of what it means to be an American citizen. But I guess that is accept able. The so-called left-wing, socialist agenda they claim they don't want President Obama instilling into their children, already exists in the form of Medicare, Medicaid, social security, unemployment benefits and welfare Sc, the question is, "What's the problem?" The only thing I can see is that President Obama's opponents are finally begin ning to show their true colors They can hide behind their politics or behind their faith, as the minister in Arizona does who says "God wants him to hate President Obama." But the truth of the matter is that when they're calling President Obama a social ist, a terrorist, a Muslim, an illegal alien or an atheist, their only substituting those titles for what they really want to call him .... A Negro who refuses to recognize his place. Clarence Barr 43110-018, F .C.I. Bennettsville P.O. Box 52020 Bennettsville, SC 29512. Congresswomen Castor To Hos, Academv oav 2009 Congresswoman Kathy Castor is hosting Academy Day 2009 from 9 a.m to noon Saturday, Oct. 3, at MacDill Air Force Base's Davis Conference Center Officials from the Air Force, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine, Naval and West Point militaryacademies will answer questions. Students and parents are welcome to attend. Those planning to attend must call Castor's office at (813) 871-2817 or e-mail julie.fitzpatrick@mail.house.gov by Wednesday, Sept. 30 . For more information, go to www.cas tor.house.gov. Harvard Universitv Announces -No Tuition Program Prestigious Harvard University has announced that from now on, students from low-income families will pay no tuition. According to the Harvard University website, the uni versity is expanding its 2004 financial aid initiative for low and middle-income families. Beginning with the class admitted this week, parents in families with incomes of less than $6o,ooo will no longer be expected to contribute to the cost of their children attending Harvard. In addition, Harvard will reduce the contributions of families with incomes between $6o,ooo and $80,000. The new income thresholds build on the program announced two years ago, that provided that families with incomes below $40,000 would not be expected to contribute to the cost of educa tion, with a reduced contribu tion for families with incomes between $40,000 and $60,000. The number of students enrolled at Harvard from these income brackets increased by 24% for the class entering this past fall -the first full year of the program. USF To launch African American Florida Oral Historv Proiect BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, September 18th, at 2 p.m., the University of South Florida will offer the launching of "The African Americans in Florida oral History Project." The event will take p'lace in the Grace Allen Room, 4th floor. "The African Americans in Florida Oral History Project" collection is a major contribution to the cul tural fabric of our ty. The interviews for the pro ject focused on residents from all walks of life, ranging from the elderly to the youth. It covers stories of residents born in the early 2oth century as well as later generations. "The African Americans in Florida Oral History Project" is a series of more than 8o interviews. Community activist Otis Anthony, in conjunction with the Tampa Urban League and the Hillsborough County Museum conducted the interviews in 1977 and 1978 In 1994, Anthony donated the collectiqn to the University of South Florida Department of Anthropology in s ;upport of its Central Avenue Legacies Project. Anthony collaborated Correction In an ad Sept. 4, 2009 for the Florida Gospel Choir Idol Competition, the first sentence says, "over the last 72 months ... that sentence should read, over the last 7-1j2 months our gospel choir professionals have been discretely visiting, listening and evaluating the gospel choirs in Tampa Bay Area Churches ... with USF Anthropology Professors Susan Greenbaum and Cheryl Rodriguez, the late past NAACP Field Secretary Robert Saunders, independent researcher Beverly Ward, Ginger Baber, and architectural historian Geoffrey Mohlman. The Central Avenue Legacies Project received funding from the Florida Humanities Council with help from Liz Dunham at the Tampa Bay History Center. Project leaders deposited the oral histories as well as an extensive collection of research materials with the USF Tampa Library Special Collections Department. Additional interviews were conducted by the Department of Anthropology, concentrat ing on Central Avenue and the Afro-Cuban community. The open project is designed to continue with interviews from other sources an.d expand it. Dr. Mark I. Greenberg, Director of Special and Digital Collections said, "The USF Libraries are proud to have worked with Otis Anthony and the Anthropology Department to record and share the history of African Americans in Florida." "We encourage the community to us on September 18 to officially launch "The African Americans in Florida Oral History Project" and to learn more about the importance of oral history for preserving the past." Complete interview transcripts in addition to the audio are available on the USF Libraries Oral History Program web site at http: 1/ohp.lib.usf.edu. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information or RSVP can contact with Ms. Elizabeth Tucker by phone at (813) 974-1198, or er@lib.usf.edu. 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scan St. Tr.e hrrmg of a IJ:. ler :5 a1 rmportan: cec s ron :nat should no: be based scle'. l'OOn ac er: scnen:s Befoe JOU decrde uS :o sene }'OU ;R:E ,. r:tec r nfcrmltror anou: qJJ f Jnc exper encr:'

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Local Comment Bv sc Senator Draws Voter Responses BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, as President Barack Obama addressed the nation. concerning his healthcare plan, Senator Joe Wilson (R-SC), shouted from the audience, "you lie." Senator Wilson heeded the advice of fellow Republicans and apologized to President Obama, who graciously accepted it. Some Sentinel -readers share their opinion on the senator's comments. Danny Green said, "I think that Sen. Joe Wilson should be kicked out of the Senate. The apology is not enough He disrespected President Obama." Attorney Clinton Paris said, "For decades, Presidents have disgraced the Office of the President with affairs, criminal acts, and yes, lying to the public to justify wars or to cover up their philandering. Yet, we the American people, continue to elect officials that lack the character necessary for public service. "The Office of the President is no longer viewed with the reverence that it for merly had, which resulted in Senator Wilson feeling comfortable calling the President a liar to his face. "This event marks a "new" in public discourse. We, the American people, can change this course by electing offi cials with higher morals, val ues and manners." Dr. George Foxx said, "Joe Wilson's (R-SC) interruption of President ObaiQ.a's speech by yelling, "you lie!," should call for Wilson to not only apologize to the President, members of Congress and the American people, but he should be censured." "He embarrassed this nation as the televised speech was seen around the world. Wilson's actions undermined the civility in the House of Representat.i,es as very inappropriate." Carl Warren, Sr.-, said, I agree with President Obama's response to the matter. I strongly believe more important matters such as critical economic, health, public safety, military hous-CARL WARREN, SR. ing, education, voting rights, basic freedom, protected liberties and economic issues have to be moved forward by Presidential Obama in a matured and presidential manner in order for him to continue to be effective and successful." "We, as a people, are insulted daily by ignorance and from fear, but, we cannot allow ourselves to be distract ed by such clowns, especially from other people's ambitious foolishness and political non sense." Edwin Ankuma said, "Surprised? Not at all The objective of these people, as soon as it was clear that President Barack Obama was going to be President is simply put: BRING HIM DOWN AT ALL COSTS! "Usually, I am very leery about seeing such things as racially motivated, but for the first time in my 17 years in this country, the evidence for me is clear." "To these right wing nut jobs, the idea of a Black man in the White House is an abomination. How else can you explain the increase in gun sales? How else can you explain the increased compar ison to Hitler and the Nazis, (which is laughable in itself)?" "How else can you explain the disrespect shown to the Commander in Chief by elect ed officials? How else can you explain the desire of a socalled pastor wishing the President dead? Yup . that is exactly how Christ asked us to relate to our elected officials." "Joe Wilson apologized because he was asked to apologize, not because he is sorry. At this point, it does not -even matt_ er if any action is taken against him. It will only harden their hearts. I am just waiting for the President to be openly called a N***R". It is coming. You can bet on it!" Keto N. Hodges, MBA said, "Congressman Joe Wilson should have done KETO HODGES more than just apologize to President Obama. It was too late after the damage had already been done to give an apology, which was more of an excuse "President Obama made a primetime address to a joint session of Congress, and at such a time all Congressmen are expected to give the President respect because he has the floor and because of his office. I never heard of an outburst like this when Bush was President. "Regardless of how Democrat lawmakers felt about the Bush Administration's lies and the destructive path Bush took this country, Democrat law makers always gave him def erence in such instances." "Frankly, Nancy Pelosi should have censured Wilson. GOP lawmakers certainly have mastered the art of inappropriate actions at inappropriate times and should be ashamed. Again, if this had happened during a Bush speech, Republicans would have been falling all over themselves to condemn the entire Democratic Party as unpatriotic and antiAmerican. Those are their favorite labels for those who disagree with them anyway." Billy Wheeler said, "A public apology is definitely necessary, but when he disre spects the country's leader, he disrespects the country." State Rep. Darryl Rouson said, "The Congressman's rude interruption was a pattern of disrespect being stirred up by empty suits, strong on rhetoric but short on meaningful input. He exhibited crass behavior in violation of the institutional decorum. I believe a formal reprimand is appropriate." "You don't have to like the president to respect his authority He is the President of all America. You don't attack the man with name calling or by calling him a liar, you attack the policy as being an untruth if it is." -1 c: m CJ) c YounuMom wanted More ThanA Job }< CJ) m m 3: IXJ m :tJ MS. FELICIA DARNELL ... Graduated from Concorde Career Institute BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As a teenager, Ms. Felicia Darnell was an "A" and "B" student who was taking advanced classes in high school. But, that came to an end when she became a mother at the age of 16. Instead of continuing her education, Ms. Darnell dropped out of school and entered the workforce to take care of her daughter, Daiza Mack. But, there was something missing from her life. She was employed, but she wanted more than just a job, she wanted a career. "It devastated my mot}ler, Ms. Minnie Roberts, when I dropped out of school because I was a good student and I was taking advanced classes." she said. In retrospect, Ms. Darnell admits that being very young she wasn't making good choices then. But, she decided to make the best of the situation. She enrolled at Brewster Technical Center and earned her GED in 2003. After accomplishing that goal, she enrolled in the Pharmacy Technician Program at Concorde Career Institute. Although she cared for her daughter and worked, Ms. Darnell maintained her grades and graduated in July 2009 with a 4.0 grade point average. Her daughter is now 8 years old and is old enough to see her mom accomplishing the goals she has set for her self. Now, at the age of 24, Ms. Darnell has set her sights on another goal. "The economic crises has 0 become another challenge for me, but with God on my side, :J> I know anything is possible. I CJ) didn't give up back then, and I'm not going to give up now. :::! "Now the future for me, Z my daughter, and my family is m r;-looking bigger, brighter and m better than ever before. I ani a C: good, hard working, depend-I= able, and determined person. !!J In my near future, I want to z go even further in the p}lar-"'0 macy field." C: Having graduated, Ms. Darnell said she is now seek-Ci5 ing employment in her chosen i5 field. And, she doesn't plan to C stop until she achieves her goal. She meets each challenge head on and finds a way to accomplish them in spite of the challenges. "I returned to school because I was tired of working a 'job.' I wanted a career and a better life for myself and my daughter." m < m -1 c: m CJ) c > z Middleton Class Of '65 Call Meeting c "11 :tJ c The Middleton High School Class of 1965 will have a call meet ing on Tuesday (today), Sept. 15, 2009, 6 p.m., at the College Hill Branch Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Please make a special effort to attend. For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cooking Thursday-Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Special Discounts For Snapper *Shrimp Sheap Head Churches, Family Reumons And L1ve Blue Crabs Large Orders.

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Local Dr.lvons loses Bid To lead National Baptist Convention DR. HENRY LYONS Last Thursday, Dr. Henry Lyons, Senior Pastor of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, lost his bid to serve as president of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. He was defeated by a vote of 4,108 to 924. Dr. Lyons was competing against Vice President-AtLarge, Dr. Julius A. Scruggs, of First Missionary Baptist Church, Huntsville, AL. The current president, Dr. William J. Shaw, was precluded from seeking a third five-year term under convention rules. Prior to the election, Dr. 'Lyons filed a lawsuit to halt jt, citing changes in the bylaws that were unfair. During an interview he said, "We have been attempt ing to communicate with Dr. (William J.) Shaw for more than 2 years We have sent him 7 or 8 registered letters and he has not responded to any of them He hasn t even acknowledged receiving them. "The lawsuit was our only i option We want to sit down and talk. We don' t want "f:q fight. We can reason together because we are brothers." "But, I'm not going to go into an election when I already know the results. We' re not just going to sit by when the election is blatantly unfair . . The system as it is, is terribly corrupt and we want a fair election and a level playing field. We're asking for an adjustment of rules to cre ate a level playing field," Dr. Lyons said. However, on Thursday, a federal judge dismissed the lawsuit. The election took place during the anmialNational Baptist Convention, USA, Inc., held in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. Lyons served as President of the organization from 1994 until 1997 when he became engulfed in a criminal investigation. He relinquished the office in 1999 when he was incarcerated City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by email jholton@flsentinel.com Elks National Scholarship The' Elks National Foundation's Most Valuable Student Scholarship Contest launched on September 1, 2009. This scholarship is available to all high school seniors who are U. S. citizens. Applicants need not be related to a member of the Elks. The application deadline is November 2, 2009. . Applications are available at Elks Lodges, local high schools and for download at www.elks.org/enfjschol -.' ars. Of Jesus Christ Presents 3 Night Invasion With Prophet TerrY Weems 'Bradenton, FL The Tampa Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America will celebrate their 16th anniversary on Saturday, September 19, 2009, 6 p. m. The celebra tion will be held at New Mt. Zion M B. Church, 2511 E. Columbus Dr Rev. Dr. Walter J. Williams, Pastor. The special guest choir for this celebration will be the Spirit of Joy Choir of Germany. Other choirs expected to appear on the program are: First Baptist Church of St. Petersburg, Cepeda McKay and No Limit, All in the Family Mime, James Robbins and Company, Christ Universal Love Ensemble, the Upshaw Sisters, and Mt. Zion M. Gospel Music Workshop 01 America Celebrates 16th Anniversarv B. Church of St. Petersburg. A freewill offering will be lifted The Gospel Music Workshop Of America, Inc. was founded by the late Rev. James Cleveland. The gospel network has a con vention in August each year in various cities with more than 15,000 in attendance. Several ministers of various denominations also join in the praise and worship ser vices. The workshop is made up of international choirs from Japan, Switzerland, China, London, Jamaic1,1., Nassau and Germany. There are chapters of the organization in nearly every state in the United States. The Tampa Chapter is represented by Carlton Brown. Christians who are interested in becoming a CARLTON BROWN Tampa Chapter Representative member of the choir can join the rehearsals on Saturdays before the first and. third Sundays at 5:45 p m. For more information, call (813) 531-0551. c: m (/) c (/) m ., m 3: m m ll ..... 01 1\) 0 0 CD ., r-0 l:J 6 )II (/) m z z m r-1 m c: r..-!!I z ., c: m r-c;; ::1: m c m -1 c: m (/) c -< )II. z c

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8 Local C\1 1.() .,... a: w Ill :lE w Retires After 33 Years 01 Service b: Mrs. Bertha Gary recently retired after 33 years o f service with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa. She worked the majority of her caree r at th e Ybor City W Branch. en The retirement ce l ebrat i on was held at the West Tampa Boys & Girls Club, the la s t facility Mrs. Gary was assigned. She had also worked at th e Wilbert Davis (formerly Belmont Heights) Boys & Girls Club for n ear l y three years (Photography by BRUNSON). c en w ::> ..... 0 a: LL. c z < 0 en w ::> ..... > a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::> a. z Iii ..J ..J ::> m I ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL. 0 .... W Among those in attendance at the retirement celebration for <-' Mrs. Bertha Gary were (from left to right): Ms. Annie Mae Cason, Ms. Shirley Foster and Ms. Ophelia Ball. Mrs. Gary's grandchildren were on hand for the celebration. Shown from left to right a1e: Trey Parker, Danielle Parker, Jade Palmer and Darielle Palmer. Family members, friends and co-workers gathered at the West Tampa Boys & Girls Club to wish Mrs. Gary well on her recent retirement lose 2 to 3 Sizes In Minutes!!! While losing Weight & Making BIG Money!!! . ,...,., ..... ----.--------------,' PreseilteH By Iris Rojas -,, Hosted By Ardyss International Future Iris & Gigi Rojas FREE Gas Vouchers To The First Ten Guest To Arrive! No Gimmicks September 1s, 2oos Doors Open At 6:30 P.M. No Surgery Meet And Mingle At 1:oo P.M. No Diet Presentation At 7:30 P.M. \ N E 7211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Suite 203 1 0 xerCISe (Between Waters And HamiHon) www.llost3DressSizes.com ,....... ,.. /

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Local -t c m C/) c 'Extraordinarv People' Is Panel Discussion Topic C/) m "'D -t m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As the popular Wide aWoke Wednesdays inter active panel discussion comes to an end, the final shows promise to be worth attending. The show this ordinary People," will take place Wed., Sept. 16th, beginning at 6:30p.m. at the Alumni Center, Traditions Hall, on the campus of the Uni versity of s 0 u t h Florida. The show will include NIKKI 'BLACK BERRY' GADSON distinguished guests, video presentations, give-a-ways, and an opportunity for the public to speak and express themselves freely. Some of the topics up for discussion are: How to pub lish a magazine; the true meaning of networking ; What it takes to become "The Source"; What it takes to YOU CAN MOVE IN NOW! VACANCIES FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS AVAILABLE HARDWOOD FLOORS CEILING FANS CENTRAL AIR AN' D HEAT OSBORNE LANDINGS APARTMENTS 3502 E. OSBORNE AVENUE TAMPA, FLORIDA 813-236-3144 OFFICE HOURS: MONDAY 9 A.M.-12 NOON TUESDAY. FRIDAY 9 A.M. -5 P.M. SATURDAY 9 A.M. -1 P.M. DANIEL WILKINS, MANAGER ERICA SliTHERLIN market yourself?; Signs that your relationship is un healthy; and the heart and roots ofNeo Soul. Ms. Nikki "Blackberry" Gadson loves neo-soul and gospel. She began writing po etry, but quickly advanced to writing songs She also taught herself to play the guitar. "I believe that God blesses you with your own rhythm and He has blessed me with an endless supply of melodies. Neo Soul is simply soul music," she said. Ms. Erica C. Sutherlin has the ability to move the au dience with an array of emo tions rarely experienced on the poetic stage. Both Ms. Gypsy Gallardo and Ms. Deborah FiggsSanders represent The Power Broker Magazine. Their joint comment is sim ple, "Open the network and unleash the power." The Ta mpa/US Virgin Is lands psychedelic dance/pop artist Beatnik Castle, fea turing Francillia, will be among those attending the pa,nel discussion. The duo is currently riding high on their 2009 release "Will U B Mine?" The music video will be re..: leased at Wide aWoke Wednesday's. Ms. Jenna Rae, author of "No Ordinary Justice," said, "Most people carry baggage from relationship to relation ship never knowing why they are not successful at love. Hu mility, forgiveness and reflection should be the only baggage from the last love to the next." Ofthe show's coming to an end, founder Motown Maurice said, "It has been a long journey that has been success ful in many ways.' The only unsuccessful achievement is our inability to broadcast our program on television. "Currently, there is a plan in affect to launch our program on television in 2010, but proper sponsorship dollars, that vision will not GYPSY GALLARDO JENNARAE take form." :!: m m J:l The series will conclude with the November show entitled, C) "Stomp The Yard m ..... .....

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8 Entertainment N a: w m :E w t: w en >:' -en w :::::) 1-c a: LL. c z c( Q en w :::::) I-I;: w > w Q w ::1: en :i m :::::) Q. z j:: w ..J ..J :::::) m ...=. w z j:: z w en a: 0 ..J LL. N .... w (!) Kanve West Apologizes For Outburst Singer Kanye West takes the microphone from singer Taylor Swift as she accepts the 'Best Female Video' award during the M1V Video Music Awards on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009 in New York. NEW YORK--Taylor Swift was relishing her unlikely win of best female video at the MTV Video Music Awards. The 19-yearold knew that the network doesn't exactly make a habit out of giving their moonman trophies to country music stars. "I was standing on the stage and I was really excited because I had just won the award," Swift said after Sunday's show at Radio City Music Hall. "And then I was really excited because Kanye West was on the stage. And then I wasn't so excited anymore after that." Taking the microphone, the rapper protested Swift's and announced that Beyonce, also nominated, should have won because her "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on it)" was "one of the best videos of all time." As he had numerous times before, West made sure an awards show spotlight shone on him. A stunned Swift staggered and didn't get to finish her acceptance speech. The crowd booed West; who shortly after was asked to leave the show and left the building. But Swift got a chance to recapture her time in the spotlight. Toward the end of the evening, when Beyonce won video of the year for "Single Ladies," the pop star promptly invited Swift out on stage to properly "have her moment." "They told me to stand by the side of the stage," Swift said. "I didn't really know what was going to go down, but I thought it was so won derful and gracious of her to do what she's always done." "I thought that I couldn't love Beyonce more and then tonight happened." West later apologized on his blog to Swift, her fans and her mother. Watching all this was host Russell Brand, who is no stranger to controversy, himself. As host last year, the British comedian made headlines for his jokes about the Jon as Brothers and their purity rings. "You don't like to see peo ple upset," Brand said back stage. "But I think it just gets exciting, live television, live events. People get worked up and things happen." Jackson Buried With Glove, Pearls And Shades LATOYAJACKSON And BARBARA WALTERS LOS ANGELES -Michael Jackson was buried With one of his iconic white gloves, sunglasses and dressed with pearl beads and a large gold belt, his sister, La Toya, said in a television interview to air on Friday. "He was dressed in all white pearl beads going across, draped across (and) a beauti ful big gold belt ... like a belt that you win being a boxer," La Toya Jackson told jour nalist Barbara Walters in a "20/20" interview to air on ABC on Friday night. Aside from full make-up, Michael Jackson also was buried with one of his iconic white gloves, La Toya Jackson said. She described him as a man with a great heart. "He wasn't God, but he was certainly God-like," she told Walters. "He was the closest thing to a god that I knew." Tavlor Swift On Kanvewesrs VMATirade When Kanye West jumped onstage with Taylor Swift while she accepted her award for Best Female Video, the singer was initially excit ed. That excitement faded, however, when the MC took the opportunity to champion Beyonce during the time that Swift should have been giving her acceptance speech. "It has been a crazy night, hasn't it?" she told MTV Neius backstage after the show. Taylor went on to say that when Kanye initially emerged, she thought it would end up being a good thing, notper:haps one of the most controversial moments in VMA history. "Well, you know I was up there and I was standing there and I saw Kanye up on the stage," she explained. "I was really excited ... and I kind of wasn't excited anymore." However, the 19-year-old VMA winner got a second chance to give her speech, thanks to an "incredibly classy" Beyonce, who forfeited her stage time when she won Video of the Year to allow Swift her moment to shine, without any interruption. snoop Dogg Appointed Creative Chairman Of Prioritv Records In a statement about the appointment posted on Priorityrecords com, Snoop Dogg hailed himself the Boss Dogg" of the label. Priority Records' catalog has included the likes of NWA, .Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and Jay-Z, as well as Snoop Dogg himself. "Starting fresh with EMI is a great feeling. It's a new partnership, a new Priority Records and a new Snoop Dogg: the Creative Chairman ... the Boss Dogg ... the Dogg Father," he said. "The business model we've developed will bring the musical heritage of groups like NW A to the forefront. And you definitely got to get ready for my new album 'Malice N Wonderland' in December to kick it all off -SNOOPDOGG this is going to be the most potent dose of Snoop Dogg yet!" In his new position, Snoop "will relaunch the legacy of Priority and will drive efforts to maximize untapped digital and branding opportunities at the label", according to the statement .. Tvler Perrv Has Good Opening With 'Bad' LOS ANGELES--Being bad is good for Tyler Perry, whose latest movie, "I Can Do Bad All By Myself," opened at the top of the box office this weekend with more than $24 million. The Lionsgate comedy stars Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson ("The Curious Case of Benjamin Button") as a hard-drinking nightclub singer forced to care for her delinquent niece and nephews. Besides directing and writing the film, based on his stage play of the same name, Percy co-stars as his brash, cross-dressing alter ego,Madea. It's Perry's second film this year to open at No. 1. In February, "Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail" debuted at the top spot with $41 million, which stands as the biggest opening of his eight films. "Tyler Perry has a special way of speaking to his audi ence, and it's unbelievable," David Spitz, Lionsgate's executive vice president and general sales manager, said Sunday. "He always knows what his wants, and I never underestimate him." Spitz said the presence of the popular Madea charac ter, plus a cast that included Henson, Mary J. Blige,. Gladys Knight and Pastor Marvin Winans, helped put the movie on top. It also had the best critical reception of all of Perry's films, with 58 percent positive reviews on the Rotten Tomatoes Web site. Perry, who's known for his From left, singer Mary J. Blige, actors Kwesi Boakye, Taraji P. Henson and Director Tyler Perry attend the premiere of Tyler Perry's 'I Can Do Bad All By Myself', in New York, on Sept. 8, 2009. productivity, has the sequel "Why Did I Get Married Too" coming out next spring. And in a rare adaptation of some one else's work, he's prepar ing to go into production on a film version of the Ntozake Shange stage play "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf" 1. "Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself," $24.03 million. 2. "9," $10.9 million. 3. Basterds," $6.5 million. 4 "All About Steve;" $5.8 million. 5 "The Final Destination," $5.5 million. 6. "Sorority Row," $5.3 million. 7 "Whiteout," $5.1 million. 8. "District 9," $3.6 million. 9. "Julie & Julia," $3.3 mil lion. 10. "Gamer," $3.15 million.

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S orts -4 c: m en c ighting Became Career For Young Pro Boxer en m "C -4 a child Lamar Davis did1 t mind d e fending him self. H oweve r ; it was n t l o n g b e re th e y oun g man r ealized th a t h e could becom e a pro e ss ional and not get int o trot bl e. I u se d to fight a lot but then one day I just deci ed to go into the gym," Da 's said A though he thought he was in good shape, Davis soo learned under the gui ance of Head Trainer To mie Ellis, that he had a lot to learn. He was 18 yea old and clearly wasn't con itioned for the ring. However, Ellis has wor ed with the young man for he past 8 years. He has wat hed him progress from am teur to professional duri g that time. A an amateur, Davis am ssed a record of 6-2, and his current record as a pro essional is 2-1 with a kno kout. Now, the 25-yearold is preparing to add anot er win to his record. Professional Boxer Lamar Davis (standing) is shown during a match with Robert Burgess. (Photo courteSy' of Fight Zone Magazine.coin.) D vis will participate in the ight Factory of Tampa Pro otion's Fight Night on l .s .. Saturday, September 19th, at the downtown Tampa Hyatt Regency. And, although he doesn't yet knowwho his opponent will be, he is ready nevertheless. Ellis said, "I have watched him work hard over the past 8 years. He has gotten into shape and gotten his weight down. He runs 3 to 5 miles per day, 7 days per week, and trains three hours per day." Ticket Locations: o-, :;> ') 'J Boxing as a heavyweight, Davis stands 6'3" and weighs in at 235 pounds. A Tampa native, Davis graduated from Jefferson High School in 2003. In addition to stringent train -Tu Friday 3:30P.M ..; 7:30 P .... ('. Middleton High School In Front Of The Main Office 3:00P.M.-4:00P.M. At lhe Plant City/Middleton.Football Home Opener September 11th 7:30P.M. .. Blake High School .1701 N. Boulevard, Tampa, FL ............... Contact Jessie Salters 813-272-3422 Florida Sentinel Office-2207 E. 21st Ave. Monday-Friday 8:00A.M.-5 P.M. Tickets Are $8.00 Per Person m ing the e nt e rpri s ing y oung 3: man works a t L a V oy E xceptional C ente r a s a ::0 parapr o f ess i o n al. As a child, th e y oung man 1\l nev e r thought that he would g becom e a boxer How e v e r co as the years passed, his thoughts turned more toward seeking a career in the ring as a professional. Davis said he is looking forward to the fight as well as 3 or 4 more before the year ends. His goal is to become the ur,disputed champion of the world. Ellis said, "He has charac ter, but I'm most impressed with the fact that he really loves the Lord and the things of God. I see him growing and seeking, and it ;n seems that he grows 0 stronger day by day. He doesn't mind working hard, ; and that shows he has a lot ofpotential." z City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted m at (813) 248-1921 or by r;-e-mail iholton@Osen:. tinel.com I= !!1 z c: ID r-(i) ::t m c m < m ::0 -< -4 c: m en c )> z c "T1 ::0 c

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Sports Lt) a: w m :E w 1-a. w en Tampa's Lerov Vann Moves FAMU To Win By Ted Taylor On a cool cloudy Thursday C night in Winston-Salem, ffi North Carolina, the Florida A & M University Rattlers used punt returns by Tampa's Leroy Vann to move to 2-0, in a 34-10 victory over the Rams of Winston-Salem University, in a nationally televised .game on ESPNU before a gospel night crowd of 6,313. Despite a first-time start by freshman quarterback Branden Williams in a game was supposed to be a Rattler blowout, the Rams were a pesky bunch that held their own except in ran through the Rams for a 95-yard touchdown, increasing the FAMU lead to a halftime score of 14-3. Lightning Vann struck again in the middle of the third period as he went on an So-yard jaunt with a punt to put FAMU ahead at 21-3 The Rams offense came to life with a 12-play drive scoring on a 17-yard pass from Williams that was deflected into the hands of wide receiver Dominique Fitzgerald. >-kick coverage w c w :::z:: en _:l m : a. z ..J ..J : m -..:. w z j: z w en a: 0 ..J LL. opening kickoff on a drive of 74 yards in 6:38, scoring on a pass of four yards from quarterback Curtis Pulley to wide receiver Kevin Elliott. The pqinHtfter by Trevor Scott gave F AMU a 7-0 lead. Surprising, the Rams returned the effort with a sustained drive using 5:03, resulting in a field goal of 20 yards by Landen Thayer, to cut the lead to 7-3 Thereafter both offenses sputtered through the rest of the first half. WinstonSalem used an eight-man front to stymie the FAMU running game that piled up over 300 yards the week before. Winston-Salem was able to make yards, but then FAMU rose to the occasion to keep them off the board. Where the FAMU offense faltered, Vann stepped up. At the 9:00 mark of the sec ond period, Vann received a punt at his s-yard line and Vann finished with 228 return yards and tied a school record for touchdowns by returns. Not being able to gain run-yards as he is accustomed, Pulley went to the air going 17-of-21 for 209 yards. Elliott and West each caught six balls for 86 and 8o yards, respectively. F AMU is on national television again on Thursday night in Bragg Stadium against the Howard University Bison, in a Mid Eastern Athletic Conference battle. The Bison lost to Rutgers on Saturday in their first game of the year. 3602 Avenue* Tampa, fl 241-2301 or 247-3719 I Keys Made -Latex FlatWhlte Paint. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint. ......... $14.90 gal Roller Pan Sel. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. ..... w LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! WVan-Bone Grounded COACH ALVIN WY A 'IT The vaunted Wyatt-bone of Bethune-Cookman University fell further into futility on Saturday after noon in Daytona Beach as the Wildcats were embarrassed 24-3 by the Bulldogs of South Carolina State. The 5 7 45 fans at Municipal Stadium cannot remember when an offense of Coach Alvin Wyatt was held to under 100 yards. The first score by S. C. State was an easy one set up when freshman punter Kory Kowalski fumbled the punt snap and his knee touched down at the 'Cats four-yard line. In two plays, runningback Travil Jamison scored on a 1-yard plunge. The point-after was good by Blake Erickson, for a 7-0 advantage. After an exchange of possessi<;ms, the Bulldogs went on an 11-play 65-yard drive in 4:07, in which AllAmerican runningback William Ford scored on a run of 23 yards. The halftime score of 14-0 held up until late in the third-quar ter when B-CU cut.it to 14-3 on a 31-yard field goal by Kowalski. Any hopes of a B-CU comeback were dashed seconds later when Tre' Young returned the kickoff 86 yards for a 21-3 score at the end of the quar ter. At the 11:09 time of the fourth-quarter, the Bulldogs added a 40-yard field goal by Erickson. The Wildcat defense held the rest of the way but the offense still could not get untracked. B-CUfihished with only 14 yards rushing and 67 pass ing yards. Also, quarterback Maurice Francois was intercepted times. S. C. State was held to 110 rushing yards and 148 pass ing by the 'Cats defense. B-CU is now 0-2 and o-1 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. They will have two weeks to iron out the problems before they take on Norfolk State in Norfolk, Virginia, in another MEAC contest. Peterson Rips OH 3 TDs CLEVELAND --After rolling into the end zone with his first NFL touchdown, Vikings rookie wide receiver Percy Harvin had to absorb an unexpected hit. Brett Favre flattened him. I thought we were going to bump chests or something," Harvin said. "He wasn't slowing down. I took it and we fell to the ground. It was a great feeling." For Favre, the ageless quarterback with a boundless love for football, career touchdown pass No. 464 was as enjoyable as his first. Favre looked pleasing in purple, throwing a 6-yard TD pass to Harvin in his debut with Minnesota, and AD RAIN PETERSON Adrian Peterson scored three touchdowns and ran for 180 yards as the Vikings overcame a sluggish start to beat the Cleveland Browns 34-20 on Sunday. sevmour 'Excited' To Join Raiders ALAMEDA, CA -Richard Seymour ended his five-day sit out and will join the Oakland Raiders on Saturday, saying he was ini tially "blindsided" by the trade from the New England Patriots. "Since I got the call that I was being traded, my life's really been a whirlwind," Seymour said at a news conference at the Raiders facilities. "I've been blindsided by the events that took place. I didn't expect it. I didn't understand what was going on. So it's like when something happens, when you're blindsided, you have to step back and realize what situation you're in." RICHARD SEYMOUR Seymour was acquired last Sunday for a 2011 firstround pick but did not report to the Raiders, raising speculation he did not want to join Oakland. McNabb leaves Game Against Panth,ers CHARLOTTE, NC -Donovan McNabb limped to the locker room with a cracked rib in the Philadelphia Eagle's 38-10 rout of Carolina on Sunday. A dominant performance by the Eagles was tempered by concerns about McNabb, who cracked a single rib when he was crunched by several defend ers on his 3-yard touchda.wn run in the third quarter. Jfe didn't immediately get up after the touchdown, artd was attended to by Eagles trainers before eventually leaving the field on his own. he was on the ground, quarterback Michael Vick was captured on 1V standing in a stadium DONOVAN MCNABB f?Uite to watch McNabb. Vick is suspended for the first two regular-season games to complete penalties for bankrolling a dogfighting ring. McNabb was replaced by KevinKolb.

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Sports Jordan Reaches New Heights With Place In Hall 01 Fame MICHAEL JORDAN SPRINGFIELD, Mass -Michael Jordan's thank you list went well beyond friends and family. There was the coach who cut him. The player who dissed him The media who doubted him Anyone who ever provided J-ordan with motivation to become a b e tter playe r per h a ps the greatest one ever. Jordan re c all e d all o f it Frid ay night, w hen h e j o ined David Robinson and John Stockton, a pair of his 1992 Dream Team teamm a tes, and coaches Jerry Sloan and C. Vivian Stringer in a distinguished class enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame "The game of basketball has been everything to me," Jordan said. Jordan insisted during a press conference that the weekend wasn't just about him, but he was clearly the star before a crowd that included former teammates Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman. u.s. Open Fines Williams $10,000 For Tirade. SERENA WILLIAMS NEW YORK --Serena Williams' profanity-laced, finge r-pointing tirade at a U.S. Open linesperson drew a $1o,ooo fine Sunday, and more punishment could fol low frqm a broader investiga tion into what the head of the tournament called her manner." The fine not quite 3 per cent of the $350,000 in prize money WilHams earned by reaching the semifinals -i s the maximum on-s i te penalt y that can be issued for unsportsmanlike conduct at a Grand Slam tournament. "The average individual would look at th a t and s ay, A $10,000 fine for wh a t she did? What are you guys,. crazy?' The .answer is: the process isn' t over tournament director Jim Curley said. Bill Babcock, the top administrator for Grand Slam tournaments, will review what happened Saturday night, when Williams yelled at a linesperson who called a foot fault with the defending champion two points away from losing to Kim Clijsters in the semifinals. If Babcock determines. Williams committed a "major offense," she could be fined all of her prize money frotn the tournament : -semenva Withdraws Amid Firestormot Anuer Caster .Semenya has dropped out of public sight in the wake of controversy about her gender. PRETORIA, South Africa -Caster Semenya has with drawn from a weekend -race amid speculation about the South African runner's gen der. -The South African Press Association quotes her coach, Michael Seme, as saying she will not take part in the 4,000 meters at the national cross country championships in Pretoria on Saturday. He had said earlier this week that Semenya would run. Asked Friday why she withdrew, Seme said she was "not feeling well." Gender -tests on Semenya determined she has internal male 'sexual organs, Australian newspapers reported Friday, triggering new outrage from South Africa and her father, who called her critics "crazy and "sick. T -Wolves Silm Guard Sessions RAMON SESSIONS MINNEAPOLIS --The Minnesota Timberwolves have signed guard Ramon Sessions, after the Milwaukee Bucks declined to match their $16 million, four-year contract offer to the restricted free agent The 6-foot-3 Sessions averaged 12.4 points, 5 7 assists and 27 5 minutes last season for the Bucks. The 2 3 -year-old had 12 20-point g ames, and his assist-toturnover ratio was ninth best in the NBA. Dra fted by Milwaukee in the second round in 2007 out of Nevada, Sessions is helping to replace Minn e sota's first-round pick Ricky .Rubio, wh o i s stay ing in Spain. The Timberwolves also chose Syracuse point guard J onny Flynn in the first round and will use him with Sessions and the recently acquired Antonio Daniels in their backcourt this sea son. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers BEAUTY UNLIMITED JOANNA This week's Beauty Unlimited feature is one you may have seen before, but we like to bring you different looks at our features. Joanna is even more dynamic than her photo, and loves being at the center of attention. She only hangs out with positive people with goals and ambitions, and is wise enough at such a young age to be a source of advice. When Joanna isn't lighting up a room, she can be found hard at work pursuing her own personal goals. When it comes to the man in Joanna's life, he must be strong, handsome and mature, as well as possessing qualities that can enha .nce Joanna as she makes her way through life. Congratulations to Joanna as this week's Beauty Unlimited fea ture. BODY &SO.UL DANCE CENTER A Spirit oi Dance Ministry" BSDC NOVV Offers Professional Dance T r ain i ng For All Ages In Ballet, Point e Modern Jazz, Conternporary, Urban Prais e, African Dance & \Narfare Flag \Vorship, Mime & Movement, Combo Classes And Mornrny & Me Classes NOW ENROLLING!!! (813) 398-7080. Classes Located At Walton Academy . For The Perforn1ing Arts 4B 1 7 N. Florida Avenue Tampa, Florida 33603 www.bodyandsouldancecenter .com "fanika S. Walton-,.ARTISTIC DIRECTOR -t c m CJ) c CJ) m "'D -t m m m lJ 01 I\) 0 0 <0 "T1 r-0 lJ en m z ::j z m r;m c r r m ::j z "'D c m l en :::J: m c m -t c m en c )> z C "T1 lJ 6 Ci) m

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0) Funerai(Memoriams Lt) Local a: w al :!: w ... c.. w en >" < c en w ::) .... c a: I.L c z <( c en w ::) .... il: w > w c w :a: en ;:j Ql ::) c.. z ...J ...J ::) m ..:. w z i= z w en <( 0 a: 0 ...J I.L CD .,... w CJ f ARCHIE LEE SMITH,JR Archie Lee Smith, Jr., 59, passed away Friday, September 11, 2009, at home due to heart failure. He was born in Tampa, in 1950, the son of Archie L. and Annie H. Smith. He served honorably in the U.S. Air Force. Archie moved to Lakeland in 1979 and spent his career as an insurance agent. He is survived by: his loving wife of 39 years, Mary L.; a daughter, Nicole Mitch.ell (Kevin) of Dacula, GA; two sons, Reche Smith of Atlanta, GA, and Pierre of Lakeland; five grandchildren, Justin, Kristopher, Kyla, Nicolas and Jonathon; three sisters, Mary A. White (Frank) of Tampa, Barbara J. Hogan (Al) of Snellville, GA, and Joyce E. Smith of Plant City; two brothers, Donald H. Smith and Jackie L. Smith (Gloria) of Tampa; and a host of nieces, nephews and extended family. Archie served as a deacon at Word Alive Ministries. He was a devoted family man and very active in community service. He loved sports and-traveling and he and Mary would go to any distance to watch and cheer their grandchildren's athletic activities. He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by his family. He was preceded in death by his p _arents Funeral service will be held at 11 a. m., Wednesday, .September 16, 2009, with viewing from, 9-11 a. m. at Word Alive Ministries, 302 E. Memorial Blvd., Lakeland, 33801. Internment at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, Tampa._ In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Word Alive Ministries-Vision Center, in memory of Archi _e. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.coney--funeralhomes.com: Services entrusted to CONEY FUNERAL PARLOR. -2708 E. DR. MARTIN LVltt;ru.. --KING, Ja BLVD. TAMPA,: F1 33610 Ph. [813] 232-8125 Fax (8J3)-2.:H-052J Let our lamilylake care. of)'
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Crime Stabbing Suspect Arrested EMMETI WRIGHT, JR. arrested in Plant City stabbing. Plant City Police have arrested a man in a stabbing incident. Jut before noon Friday a 9-1-1 call to police and fire rescue personnel led them to 305 Waller Street. At that location, they found David Heyward, 58, bleeding from stab wounds to his head and shoulders. A Plant City Police motor cycle officer reported seeing a man matching the description of the suspect in the stabbing. The officer stopped the man for questioning, a nd Emmett Wright, Jr., 40, was arrested. Police said the two men had been arguing before the stabbing Heyward was hospital ized, and no information was released on his condition. Wright is being held }Vithout bond on a charge of attempted murder. Trio Charged With Robbing Drv Cleaners LARRY ELLISON ST. PETERSBURG Three men are in jail, charged with robbing a dry cleaning busi ness in St. Petersburg Beach. Police identified the sus pects as Larry Ellison, 49, Norman Davis, 35, and Sheldon Jackson, 33 Ellison and Davis were charged with robbery, kid napping and simple battery. Jackson was charged with being the principal to a rob bery. The trio robbed Gulf Beach Cleaners and Laundry Wednesday evening. Two of the men, Ellison and Davis, entered the business through a side door into an employees-only area and reportedly threw a clerk into the bathroom. Jackson had NORMAN DAVIS SHELDON JACKSON driven them to the business to commit the robbery, police said. The men reportedly stole $1,051, but were arrested within minutes of commit ting the robbery. UNCLE SANDY ... 3, 9, "Some people hear, but never listen and never seem to get life right 6, 13, 28. When you listen as weJI as you hear, you understand 23, 34, 57." c m (/) 0 Trial Starts For Man Accused 01 Running over Children (/) m "tJ m s:: OJ m ::0 The trial for Derrick McNeal began Monday. McNeal is accused of run ning over a group of child ren with his truck in 2005. It was the 4th of July when an East Tampa family was celebrating with a barbecue and gathering in their front yard. As adults and children stood in the front yard, Tampa Polic e said McNeal saw his ex-girlfriend, Tosha Montgomery, sit ting outside the house Detectives said McNeal was alleged!) trying to hit his ex-girlfriend as she stood in the driveway, but instead killed 2-year-old Demontaye Simmons. He also struck another car after running through the fence that surrounded the front yard. The boy's 4-year old cousin, Toshayla Hall, was also hurt. After the crash, McNeal DERRICK MCNEAL ..... on trial fled. He later reportedly contacted a reporter by phone, saying he would turn himself in after speaking with an attorney. McNeal reportedly told he accidentally hit the gas when he thought he heard gunshots, and ducked underneath the dashboard of the truck. The incident gained DEMONTAYE SIMMONS ... was in front yard with family when the truck ran him down. national attention when it was broadcast on American's Most Wanted. MeN eal was arrested 3 days later by U.S. Marshals at the Best Western Hotel ..... (J1 1\) 0 0 U) on Adamo Dri ve. "11 McNeal is facing murder b and attempted aggravated ::0 battery charges. Prosecutors said they are en seeking the death penalty. :::! z Weekend Arrests m r:OJ c r rm Lamont Price, 34, Possession And Delivery Of Cannabis Carlton Durant, 50, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Cannabis Alonzo Godwin, 24, Felony Fleeing To Elude, Reckless Driving :::! z c OJ r-(j) ::z: m c m < m -f c m (/) c Petina Clark, 34, Delivery of > Cocaine, Tampering With z Physical Evidence (destroy) C ., :!! c Subscribe Today! Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective L. Richardson at {813) 394-2063. Reward Offered To Anyone With Information Leading To The Arrest Of 'BOOBIE' MCCOGGlE

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(7) 0 0 N &6 ..... 0:: w m :E w 1-a.. w en >=' <( c en w :J 1-c LL. c z <( c en w :J .... w > w c w X en ::::i m :J D. z i= w ..J ..J ::: m ..J w z i= z w t/) 0 ..J LL. 00 ..... w ADVERTISEMENT Request for Proposals Lease and Redevelopment of Local Landmark Centro Espanol de West Tampa 2306 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, Florida 33607 The City of Tampa is seeking proposals from qualified entities for long term lease and occupancy of the historic Centro Espariol de West Tampa (Centro Espariol) located at 2306 N Howard Avenue between Palmetto apd Cherry Streets The building is on the National Registry of Historic Places and is designated as a Local Landmark The goal for the Centro Espariol site is to secure a tenant to occupy the building upon move out of the Tampa Museum of Art (current tenant) projected for March 1, 2010. The tenant will have the financial capacity to enter into a triple net lease and fund all its own tenant improvements. The tenant's proposed use will also be compatible with the surrounding community and their planned builcUng improvements will respect the building's historic character. Interested Parties are invited to attend a pre-proposal meeting will be held on-site at the Centro Espaiiol on Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. Prior to the pre-proposal meeting, on-site tours of the Project will be conducted .on Tyesday. September 29. 2009 between 9:00 a m. and 10:00 a.m. A City of Tampa Proposal package and additional inf,ormation applicable to the Project may be downloaded from the City of Tampa at www.tampagov net/dept_Real_ Estate or by contacting Cherie Robinson, City of Tampa Real Estate Division, Department of Growth Management & Development SerVices, at {813) 274-7524. All proposals submitted must contain the following forms with all requested information provided to constitute a complete proposal package: 1) Acceptance of Basic Lease Terms Form; 2) Project Description & Qualifications Form; 3) Proposed Lease Premises Business Terms Form; 4) Proposed Business Terms for Adjacent Land Form {if applicable); 5) Financial Capacity Form. All Proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope no later than Friday. October 16. 2009. -at 2:00p.m. to the City ofTampa Purchasing Department, 306 E Jackson Street 2 -E, Tampa, Florida 33602 Mark the outside of the sealed envelope "REP Lease and Redevelopment of Local Landmark: Centro Espanol de West Tampa." After the submittal deadline, all proposals are _subject to the "Public Records Law'' pursuant to applicable state laVJ. The City reserves right to accept or reject any and all proposals, either in whole or in part with or without cause waive any i nformal i ty of any proposals, cancel the request for proposals and to make the awar d in the best interest of the City, subject to City Council approval. PUBLICATION DEADLINES . Tuesday Edition-Friday@ 3:00P.M. Friday Edition -Tuesday @ 3:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOUR AD IS PUBLISHED .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR H_ILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 2009-4897 CIVIL DIVISION U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust 2004-21HE, Asset-Back Certificates, Series 2004-21 HE (Plaintiff) vs. ELBIS MARTINEZ and JORGE FELIX GONZALEZ and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendants who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other claimants; PRIME ACCEPTANCE CORP.; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, et at; (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the final judg ment/order in the above noted case, that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as : to: LOT 1 9, BLOCK 28, JOHN H. DREWS SUBDIVISION OF NORTH-WEST TAMPA ACCORDING TO THE PLAT T HEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 73 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. Street Address: 3011 West Ivy Street Tampa, Florida 33607 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at 2:00 P.M. on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202, in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602, on October 13. 2009. The highest bidder shall immediate ly post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent {5%) of the final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's Check payable to the Clerk of the Court Final payment must be made by 12 : oo P .M. the next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. ATTN: PERSONS WITH IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DpCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 2727-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770 Dated day of September. 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ TONY A TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK Cutting It Low Barbers & Braiders Wanted GO/Parsons -Brandon (813) 217-2462 Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.'COM Leaders Wanted Supervisors, Managers Directors Free Training (No Experience Necessary) 100% Commission Great Compensation Plan Calllrls 813-967-1649 5 Bedrooms/4 Baths Bank Foreclosure! $34, 900! 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IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE Case No.: DV 09-00576 Dept.: No. 13 Sara Ariel Scanio Plaintiff(s) vs. Kristin Earl Fullenwider Defendant(s) SUMMONS TO THE DEFENDANT: YOU HAVE BEEN SUED THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND IN WRITING WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW VERY CAREFULLY. A civil complaint or petition has been filed by the plaintiff(s) against you for the relief as set forth in that document (see complaint or petit i on) When service is by publication add a brief statement of the object of the action See Nevada rules of Civil Procedure Rule 4(b) The object of this action is: Complaint for Divorce No Minor Children. 1 If you intend to defend this lawsuit you must do the folloy;ing within 20 days after service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service : a File with the Clerk of the Court, whose address is shown below, a formal wdtten answer to the complaint or petition, along with the appropriate filing fees in accordance with the rules of the Court, and; b. Serve a copy of your answer upon the attorney or plaintiff(s) whose name and address is shown below. 2 . Unless you respond a default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff(s) and this Court may enter a judgment against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. Dated this ll! day of April. 2009. Issued on behalf of Plaintiff(s) Name : Sara Ariel Scanio Address: 580 Cartono Drive, Reno, NV 89521-4293 Phone Number : 775-721-2817 > '" HOWARD W. CONYERS CLERK OF THE COURT By: DEPUTY CLERK Second Judicial District Court 75 Court Street Reno, Nevada 89501 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS .. EMPLOYMENT '-HOMES FOR SALE/RENT .. ,. APARTMENTS DUPLEXES ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN c m HOMES FOR SAL Owner Financing Quick Closing For Cash Lake Front Complex Waterfront Condo 2 Possible 3 Bedrooms Gorgeous Views 1 /"i Bath, CHA 1 Bedroom/1 /"i Bath 1 Car Garage Beautiful Spacious Screened Lanai WID Gated Gulf Access Quiet Culdesac Boat Slip Available Swimming And Lots Of Amenities Recreation Center Close To Everything $165,000 .00 $75,900.00 $50,000 Down $50 000 00/Down Owner Will Finance ( 813) 968-1168 (813) 968-1168 Receive Tax Credit From The IRS Be In Home l;ly November 30, 2009) Newly Renovated Home Only $77,800 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths i Double Fenced Yard ; Stainless Steel Appliances; Ceramic Tile ; Downpayment And. Or Closing Costs Assistance Available. Call Now 813-259-4663 Ext. 120 www Jciaii6driiie6t:idhs EBPM Corporation 2 Bedroom Central Heat/Air 2, 3, 4 Bedroom Fenced Yard Patio, Hoines And Apartments Washer/Dryer Hook-up New Paint, Ceramic Tile, Water Included Carpet, CHA WDH, Section 8 Welcome Fenced, No Pets Section 8 Ok (813) 962-8600 (813) 949-3482 1028 East MLK Blvd. Section 8 Welcome 2/1, Apartment CHA, WDH Brandon Area Owner Pays V':ater 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $700 DO/Monthly Beautiful Home Oversized Enclosed Patio Also Available 3/2 & 4/2-CHA WDH Immediate Occupancy Section Accepted Also Available No Depo sit '0 3/2 Townhome Call (813) 453-0123 (813) 503-0493 4/1. 5 Home 2009 23rd Street 3202 N. 45th Street (Ybor City) $1 ,250/Monthly 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $750 00/Monthly 3/1 Home 4207 S. Sandalwood Cr. 1219 E. Palifox $1 000/Montly 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block Homes $1 ,000/Month .ly Freshly Painted Fenced Backyard Professionally Cleaned And With Utility Shed Immediately Available Section 8 Preferred (813) 985-4758 (813) 504-1645 (813) 690-0338 Recently Remodeled 3/2 Home Stainless Steel Appliances $77,800 Owner Will Assist With Down Payment And Closing Cost Call Now For More Information (813) 259-4663 www. myfinancialconnect i ons .com Jackson Heights 2 Bedroom/1 Bath House Fenced Yard $585.00/Monthly $350 00/Deposit Call (813) 482-2234 Furnished 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Pool, CHA Washer & Dryer Included $950 00/Monthly No Deposit Call (813) 223-1490 Sulphur Sprh1gs 2/1 f:lome -Re. modeled New Everything Washei"/Dryer Included Very Nice $750 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit Section 8 Preferred (813) 690-3320 HUD Homes! 3 Bedr ooms/2 Baths $199 00/Monthly 4 Bedroom Only $215 00/Monthly l 1 -,,, .. ;;, "!5% DownJ j', 15 Years@ 8%, Listing 800-366-9783 Ext 5649 FAIR GROUNDS AREA 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Cement Block Family Room Screened Patio Excellent Condition Great Neighborhood No Section 8 $795 00/Monthly 813-286-0780 en m "'C m :!: Ill m ;:o 'T1 r 0 ;:o c )> en m z :::! z m r I Ill c r r m :::! z "'C c aJ r c;; ::I: m c m < m c m C/) c .?( .)> z c 'T1 ;:o c ?< G') m _.. CD

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