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Celebratin 65 Years In The CELEBRATING 75 YEARS OF AN AMAZING LIFE Family and friends gathered Saturday afternoon, July 3 2010 at the Un i vers ity of South Aorida College of Education TECO Room to celebrate 75 years of an amazing life of Clymogline "Tight" Fox-Washington There were tributes from the grand and great-grandchildrzen, the children and her husband of 51 years, Booker T Washington Sr. Mrs. Washington (right, with crown) is shown with her husband, center, and other family members: Kedrick Walden, Devin Kennedy, Rodrick Washington Janae Washington, Marityn Washington, Gloria Walden, Johnny Walden, Meko Walden CaSandra Washington, Annette Howard-lewis, Kadeja Walden and Keana Walden. {Pho-r-Oid Ia ds rrow Trans nt CA Director Vows To H lp Co1111unity nCba Fatal Accid -SEE PAGE 23-A tt r ou Los Time Than haracfi r I

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0 feabJres a) :::> ""') > a: LL Citv Emplovee Suspended For Not Coming Forward BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During an 11 a.m., news conference Wednesday, Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor announced that a longtime city employee has been suspended. The suspension without pay went into effect on Wednesday and Chief Castor said Mrs. Carolyn Riggins could be fired. On Thursday, Mrs. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said the department has con firmed that Mrs. Riggins is the aunt of Dontae Morris. "The relationship is not an issue by itself. We are investi gating whether or not she was aware that her daughter was in contact with Morris durO ing the 4-day period and did a: not disclose it." LL A pre-disciplinary hearing C will be held for Mrs. Riggins next week to determine if she > will be terminated. Mrs. Riggins is the sister (f) the David Morris, w-Dontae's father, who i s deceased. > Chief Jane Castor said ffi during the news conference > w ALAINA RIGGINS ... daughter of city employee and the cousin of Dontae Morris and Dwayne Calloway on Wednesday that, "She didn't reveal what she knew She is suspended without pay because her daughter has a relationship with Dwayne Calloway and s h e (mothe r) didn't come forward," Chief Castor sa id Chief Castor sa id th e relationship b etween Alaina Rigggins (daughter of Mrs. Carolyn Riggins) and the brothers Dwayne Calloway, and Dontae Morris as not being romantic, but b eing "close knit." Alaina Riggins, 25, was take n into c ustody at the Motel 6 on E. Fowler Avenue when police arrested Dwayne Calloway at 1:15 a.m., Saturday. She was charged with possession of cocaine, misdemeanor possess ion of cannabis, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. She was released from the Hillsborough County Jail on a $10,ooo bond. Chief Castor further stated that the outcome of the inves tigation into how much Mrs. (Carolyn) Riggins knew will determine if she will be terminated. Chief Castor described Mrs. (Carolyn) Riggins as a "longtime, seasoned" employee who works in the Extra Duty Office of the police department. According to city records, Mrs. Riggins was employed in February 2000. She has worked in severa l areas with in the department with her most recent assignment being the Extra Duty Office. Tipster To Receive Most Of too,ooo Reward On Wednesday, Chief Castor said the co nfidential informant will receive approximat ely $90,000. c w J: (/) AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE :::; m :::> a.. z :i :::: m w z F z w (/) C a: 0 _, u.. News Alert: The Aorida Law States That You May Be Entitled To 1 0 000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... FREE PrtJIIJSSIIIDHI StlndCIII Personalized Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No fee Investigators -H there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Phannacy Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More .. lie B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week Chief Vows To Uncover Those Who Helped Murder Suspect BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During a press conference on Wednesday morning, Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor released additional information in the case of Dontae Morris. Chief Castor said the investigation is continuing. Although the manhunt for Dontae Morris spread to cities as far away as New York and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor said she believes that Morris remained in Tampa. She doesn't believe that he was able to elude police for nearly 4 days without help. Those who provided him with that assistance are the ones being targeted now. Morris surrendered to police Friday night, but the investigation is far from being over. MWe are piecing together a timeline and I'm not going to rush iL All indications are that Morris was stiiJ in the city of Tampa. But we also bad leads that h e knew people in New York, Orlando, Jacksonville, Miami, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The detectives are working to piece all of this together," she said Special Thank You to the Citizens of Hillsborough County From Earl Lennard, Supervisor of Elections SANDONNIE MARQUIS KITCHEN .. arrested on a warrant from Volusia County Chief Castor said once it is determined that Morris had help, that person or persons will be arrested and charged with aiding and abetting . Chief Castor further stated that they had received a tip that Sandonnie Marquis Kitchen, 23, was going to drive Morris to Miami. "We had just broadcast the information when we received a call that Kitchen had been arrested on an outstanding warrant for trafficking in illegal drugs out of Vol usia County. He was arrested and remains in jail." Kitchen is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail without bond on the warrant. Thank you for the honor of serving as your Supervisor of Elections. Having drawn no opposition in the upcoming elections, I will continue to serve you with pride and gratitude. EJection Day: August 24th Election Day: November 2nd Last day !0 register: Juty 26th Last day to register: October 4th Earty Voting: Earty Voting: August 9th -August 21st October 18ttt October 30th

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eatures Sentinel Editorial Board learn More About Transportation Tax BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor M embe rs of th e Sentinel Editoria l Board met with for mer Congre man Jim Davis and Chloe Coney, As istant to Congres woman Kathy Castor, on Wednesday to learn more about the Moving Hillsborough Forward' movement that will be funded by a new 1 cent ales ta.x, if Hillsborough County re idents vote for it in November. Davis, who orne speculate will enter the race for Tampa mayor and Coney are going throughout the communi ty sharing information about the positives of the transportation movement and listening to community concerns. Monies generated from the tax will be used for road s (25%) and transit (75%, buses and rail) At least 20% of the money is expected to come from tourists. The federal government will provide half of the funding. For the first 10 years, the money will go to the county for road improvem e nt s (about $1 billion). l11e c ity will b e ne fit from the second portion of the tax (estimated at $2 billion) to enhance the bus system and build the light rail system. Board member Randolph Kinsey said during his 8 years on the HART Board he heard these same discussions and nothing happened. He traveled to major cities with light rail, saw how it was instituted, and recently wrote that Tampa and .Detroit are tb last of 35 major citi without light rail. He wanted to know if thjs is some mor of th same rhetoric. The board m mb rs ar aware that there h as to b e a tax l evied in order for th e tran portatio n mo ve ment to go forward. I Iow eve r Pub lis h e r Kay Andrews says on of h e r conce rn s i s that the tax will fall on the backs of the poor. "Not many of our people will be purchasing big ticket items for $5,000 that won t be taxed, she said. How can I convinc our readers to upport the tax. Our community ne d guarantee that job will be created o th e languag e in the initial agr ements must be clear. Wilbert Malphus who is co-leading the Encore Project at Central Park, ec hoed the sentiments of Ms. Andrews. He gave an exampl e of hi s m e n working in white tee shirts; one gets soi led they go to the stor e 2-3 times a day to replace the tee-shirts. They \\'ill be paying the extra tax on small items. He disagrees with the projection that an average family of 4 will pay about $144 annuall y in the tax Atty. Warren Hope Dawson wanted to know who arc those working on the rnnccpt o f th<' tax and what have they put in. He also inquired about the demographic impact -now and in the fu ture. Jame TokJey a l o had concern about the poor bearing much of the burden. H e added that there is upport for future progress, but the African American community need to be told how it wiU ben fit. Jlm Davi respon e wa that b did not want th board to support it t. but promised to return with anS\ and uJts to th many n pos by th board mem (813) 248-192 STEPHEN A. WIU.IAM8, M.D., P.A. Board Certlfted Pediatridan 714 W MLK Jr Blvd. Ttl: 813-2:23-6222 ilmpa, FL 33603 Fax:813-223-e020 Chiel Follows UpOn Communitv Complaints The manhunt for Dontae Morris, has r es ult e d in sev eral complaints from citizens throughout Hillsborough County. The complaints ranged from si mpl e incon veniences to gun-drawn ran sacking accusations. During a press conference on Wednesday, Chief Castor apologized to anyone who was inconvenienced during th e search. She also stated that she stresses profession alism, and if any of her offi cers crossed the line she would d eal with them. When asked if race was an i u e in the lockdown of African American communities, Castor said Mit didn't matt r if he was Black or white our duty was to get him off the street s. He needed to be taken into cus tod y." On Thursday, Chief Castor said the department has followed up and will continue to follow up on complaints it receives. Police Shooting: Driver Had Just Purchased Car The vehicle stop that Jed to the shooting deaths of two Tampa Police officers belonged to the drive r Ms. Cortnee Brantley. Chief Castor said Ms. Brantley had just purchased the vehicle a few days before. She also said there was some mix up in the registration. Questions posed to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the charge lodged against Ms. Brantley, 22, were referred back to the Tampa Police Department as the lead investigating agency. Chief Castor said Ms. Brantley could possibly be considered a flight risk because of the charges she is facing. She has been denied bail on the federal charge of concealing a person from arrest. She is also being held without bond at the Hillsborough County CORTNEE BRANTLEY ... facing federal charge Jail. She was arrested at 11 p.m., Friday. Ms. Brantley is ...... represented by Tampa torney Grady Irvin. * * * * * * Thank Youll I have had the honor and privt of representing you in The Florida Senate since 2006. Your confidence and trust has resulted in my re-elected without opposition. Servang my constituents in the Florida Legislature for the past 10 years has truly been an exhilarating and rewarding experience. Thank you for allowing me to continue serving youl * * * * * N 0 ...... 0 "'D c

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0 oLoca cn :::> ..., a: u.. APPlicants APPIV For vacant council Seats CURTIS STOKES BY JRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several individuals have submitted applications for two vacant seats on the Tampa City Council. The two individual chosen will complete the terms of two members who resigned to u.. pursue other elected posiC tions. The deadline to submit an application is Monday, July 0 12th. The persons selected tn will serve until the elections are held in March 2011. .,_ The at-large District 3 was previously held by Linda Sanl-Sena, who resigned HAKIMAQUlL to run for the County Commission District 5 Seat. John Dingfelder, who represented District 4 which encompasses South Tampa, is seeking election to the District 1 Seat of the County Commission. Applicant s who have sub mitted applicants are: Mary Alvarez, (who served as a City Council member from 1999-2007); Haldm Aquil, a businessman and commu nity activist; Julie Brown; Joe Chillura, (who served as a City Council member from 1971 1975 and as a County Commi ioner from w ---------------------------------------------0 w J: CJ) ::i a:l :::> Q. z ...J ...J :::> a:l w z ;::: z w CJ) C a: 0 ...J u.. Creative Braids Provklug A 2 Day"' Bnliding Certfftc:ation eou .. (State Certified Aort1a) Get Started Today!!!! Start A Braiding Business. ... Make Your ONn career. ... Make Great Money .... And Buk1 Your Future!!!! 813-389-564 4 . ... .. ,.;.':(''1rl ..... : .. ... FRANK REDDICK 1990 to 1998); David DeWald; Joe Greco, (who served as a City Council member from 1988-1998); Guido Maniscalco; Frank Reddick, (who served a an interim City Council m ember in 2006), community activist and State Director of the Sickle Cell Anemia Association; Curtis Stokes, Vice President of Community Affairs with Fifth Third Bank and former President of the Hillsborough County Chapter of th e NAACP; and G. Frank Turck Meetin.&' Redred Rattlers The Retired Rattlers of Florida A&M niv ersit:y "'ill meet Friday, July 9, 11 a. m at the Golden Corral in T e mpl e Terrace (56 th t. ) Each o n e, bring one.-Th Middleton Alumni As ociation will m t aturda July 10, 2010 at 10 :3 0 a. m at th Police or tation on 22nd st t. Busin ss of importan e v.rill b dls c u sed N w m emb rs are welcome. Pr sident Calvin Simmons will be th re to greet you. Middleton High Class 011910 Th Middleton High choo l las of 197 0 will m t Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at th e Palm River Library, 6:307:30 p. m. Game Night i s th 3rd Saturday at 8 p. m. For more information, ontnct hrlstin B. Pool or email middletonclas: sof1970 ye rizon.net. Stellar Award Nominee Set To Release 2nd CD BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Stellar Award nominee and Tampa native, Dana Mackey, is set to release her sophomore CD. A CD Release Concert will be held in her honor on Saturday, July 10, 5 p. m. at the Center For Manifestation Church, 3102 E. Lake Ave., Dr. Mark Jones, Pastor. In 2007, Ms. Mackey, a University of South Florida graduate with a degree in Civil Engineering, presented her debut project, With Praises From the Heart. For this project she had the support of Minister Ernest Collins, Jr., who previous ly worked as music director for Pastor Clint Brown, and Bishop Randy and Pastor Paula White. That led to numerous appearances around the nation and showcased her ability to write and minister mu ic for a multi-ethnic audience. She accepted more than 100 invitations last Year t o perfom1. She credits God for all o f her uccess and accompli hments. That first project also led t o nominations: Stellar Award Fir t Round New Arti t of the Year EnSound Music Award Female Vocalist of the Year and Fred Newsome Award Best CD Packaging of the Year. Dana bas a story to tell. Her musical experiences are phenomenal. She has been an organist in several churches, keyboardist for national groups, worship leader for everal churches, Psalmist for Janice Bynum, and currently she's House Psalmist for Grace World Outreach Center, DANA MACKEY Brooksville. The product of a singleparent home, Ms. Mackey had the support of her mother and grandparents, who groomed her to be God-fearing. independent and humble. '"Interestingly enough, with all of my achievements, I have always been, and frankly still am, quite the introvert. Around age 12, I realized that my withdrawn disposition may have caused me to slip through the cracks. I now realize that God was equipping me for a greater destiny ... .. It's hard to believe that God took a bashful girl like me and molded me into a mustctan, songwriter, psalmist and now gospel artist working on my second project!," Dana explained. Her passion is *teaching hurting women who have suffered traumatic experiences how to find their heal ing, profound peace and joy through intimacy with God ... She says her life scripture is Psalms 138:1. The Law Office Of Angela B. Wright, P.A. NMionll C1rnJnlil o.n.. Oolege o.n. 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ditorials olumns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Av e nu e. Tampa F lorida 33605 (613) 248 1921 Publl&hed Every Tuesday end Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co. Member o l N ational N-spsper Pub lishe r s Associalion (NNPA) a nd Amalgamated Publtshera : I n c .. Now York 1990 94 c p nmelnlorn atlona l POSTMASTER: Send Addre ss Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Porlodlcnl Po stage P aid At T a m pa. FL W W Andr.wa 1174-1931 (1811) C Blythe And..-. 1801 (1845) C Blythe AndNWS Jr. 1830-2010 (1 877) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDAWS II, PRESIOENTJCOHTROUR GWEN HAVES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON. CITY EDfTOR HAROLD ADAMS. CIACUlATION MANAGER BETTY DAWKIN8, ADVRTISINO DIRECTOR TOVNETTA COBB, PROOUCTION MANAOER LAVORA IDWARD6, CLASUliO MANAGER Uonlha Bolli Edllona: V.. Bolli Edlllona. O!**n .,..._.Oft ol,.........,. bV CoMionllll or au. Wriln. .............. _olllle ..................... "--w. Taking Names Psst! If you or a relative are drawing unemployment, you need to call Republican Florida Senator George LeMieux (813-977-6450) and ask him why he voted against extending unemployment benefits for more than two million Americans, last month. You need to uk Le Mieux why he also voted to spend more than 33 billion in additional funding for the war in Afghani tan last May, but refused to provide 34 billion in unemployment benefits to Americans who have been jobless for more than six months. Just caU him up and tell him you're thinking about him. On the other hand, extending unemployment benefits to out-of-work fellow Americans will not only stimulat our economy, but when 2 million recipients spend their checks for food, rent, mortgag paymen bills and other basic necessities, other job will be insured. You do th math! Given the fact that Florida' unemployment rate is one of the highest in the country, at 11.7 percent, we fail to understand Sen. LeMieux' fur-ball attitude. f I fk kJg mJSOns lu oonsiJex Wilson hmenJIIome: earn We ern\ affotd to pTUVld anything less than ltnpecc3hle tvict.. or to you with than hs 2 Youl'e oot just oor yool'e our boos. We don\ lc6e sight of who 're rlctng After all, you're lhe aJlSVItr to. 3 We arrange funerals, we don t sell them It is our respons1bility to honor yrur wishes and respxl your budwt. 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke you. we are a pan of this community sup(X>nlng our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tnbute is itn(X>rtant to you, and you dont rushed. FUNERAL HOME ml N 29th St Tampa, Fl33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 WVN-I.wilsonfuneralhome.com Wayne l Bright Manager Earning Enough To Go Broke America basically rises and falls on the shoulders of its middle class. Just who the middle class is, nobody is quite sure. The economists, sociolo gists and even the Internal Revenue Service say that anyone that earns $30,000 and $90,000 a year is believed to be middle class. I say whoever the middle class is, they earn just enough to go broke, if they are not frugal with their money. For economic purposes, Americans are divided into three cla sses. Th ose three classes a r e th e poor, the middl e class and th e rich. The middl e class primaril y pays the freight for the operation of America. Let's start with the payment of income taxes. The poor don't earn enough money to pay income taxes. Whatever money is taken out of their pay they usually get back once they file their in come taxes. Th e wealthy, on th e other h a nd have so many t ax breaks and so many tax loop holes until their income tax payments pale in comparison with their income. The middle class pays the price. There are fewer tax breaks, no loop boles, no returns and usually additional payments to the IRS. When it comes to medical treatments, the poor get treated free, the wealthy have high-end insurance coverage, while the middle class gets eaten up by co-payments and out of pocket deductibles. When it comes down to post secondary education, again the wealthy have the money and in many cases educational policies. The poor has government grants, government loans and work study assistance. Middle class families are told they make too much money to get finan cial aid. So once again middle class families pay through the nose for their children's education. Poor people are provided affordable housing, section eight housing and payment DONTAE MORRIS: 'A CHilD BY TIGER' Wh n I want th truth of it uation, if th tmth is a t all po sible I don't listen to peopl 's vw-ords. I watch peopl eyes That 's what I did at 2 A f., la s t Saturday morning, as 1 sat glued to a television screen that parroted th e !'am story 0' r and over: lh stOI) of a roung Black man who had I t all s mblan e of his humanity, and wou ld hith e rto be known as a su p cted "co ld blooded murd rer." .. a "cop-killer.'" . n o t a human being, but a thing .. n o t a c hild but a ti.ger! I thou ght about William Blake's s poem, which b ega n lige1', Tiger burning b,.igllt / /11 th e .fmests of tltc 11ightj IVImt irmno1tallt e ad or eye / Could.fmmc your .fearful !lymmetry?" And in m y m e m ory. I int o th e eyes of bot h Cortnee Brantley a n d Dontac Morris, o n ce, twice, a t l eas t n million times. First. I saw th e eyes of ortnce Brantley, wide a n d va cnnt c h oked wit h th e ph l eg m of emotio nl ess fear ... a fear that alm t defied words Yet in the midst of their fear her eyes med strangely defiant, almost a if they dared the '"-orld to feel sorry for their mastress I watched her, as she was l ed to a waiting police crui r finnl y placed onto its back a t. then un remoni ous l y whisked away to an awaiting Orient R oad lock-up. Then cam Dontae Morris Immediatel I watched his yes. They were s nake' eyes! At first that's what they s med. And then soft n ess filled th m Someo1\ in an un -sympa th etic rowd ye lled so mething incri min ating, which struck Dontae s r and for a mom nt, Dontae;s c hild crept out, m ek, d efens l ess a n d co nfu sed. Seated in front of a 1V scree n I won dered who e l se saw it oth r than m l rubbed m y yes, but was to o l ate. For, as quickly a it a 1 pelired th e c hil d in Dontoe Morris' wa s nu ffed vouchers so that they may have shelter. The wealthy have no problem affording whatever house they want to live in. For the middle class, it is the same old story. You make too much money for any kind of housing assistance. When the middle class goes to the grocery store, they better take their checkbook. plus coupons. They can't qualify for food stamps ... why? Because they make too much money! Americans are proud of f! their middle class status. 0 With the economy in the :!! shape that it is in today, the numbers in the middle class In have dwindled and continues to do so. -t The purpose of this writing z is not to rail against the poor J!! or the rich. Instead, it is to m highlight the fate of the pay-? ing middle class. Sometimes r it seems almost unfair as to the way the American system z penalizes the middle class. 'tJ Sometimes it seems that i the middle class makes just C enough money to go broke. m c m < out and what approached a news camera before disap-< pearin.g behind a backdoor of a police car, were the predatOI) m eyes of a tiger... without mercy ... bereft of pity. Dontae Morris had blood l> in his eyes. fu-o police officers z a nd their entire families suf-C fered the destruction of death and di orientation because o an almost Hollywood-like aimand-shoot. A police car ferried Morris and his supposed moll Cortnee to a place where both were finger printed further interviewed and given a rude physical e.xamination. Yet based on what cameras sho wed their eyes never changed. But here s also what struck me. In vestigative reporters discovered that among Morris' ten infractions while spending three previous years in jail for drug dealing was the fact he was disciplined for stealing and hiding -of all things two book--s. The Dead Sea Scrolls by Edmund Wilson and Th Art of Happiness by th Dalai Lama. With that in mind, I searched on mo into th yes of Donta Morris and th e yes of Cortnee Brantl y c for answers. And nee more, what s tared back at m wa a c hild by tig r ind finabl and inexplicabl rcep t for the lin es of an age-o ld poe m G') 'Tig r Tig ,., burning bright, In th forests qfthe nightr l>

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0 ,.... 0 mil to make her acquaintance. Their memories of the woman :; who helped raise me are just as > special as my own. Though she was so much a: more than just brutally honest LL and endearing, these are the A Fond Farewell For A Realladv "Your grandmother is a trip." That was the first thing someone would always tell me after their initial encounter with the woman known affec tionately as "Big" to her family. People seemed to always come to that conclusion once they realized that subtlety was not one of my grandmother's specialties. The unseen filter most of us use to censor what we say before we say it, Grams never understood how that worked. What she thought is what she spoke. And it didn't matter a if it made you laugh. cry or a: stare in wide-eyed astonishLL ment, if it crossed her mind, 0 you would definitely know about it. Once, upon meeting one of a my girlfriends for the first time, UJ she stated to the young lady. well my goodness you're ... stacked aren't you? I can see w i: 0 w z en ::::; m ::l z ..J ..J ::l m why my grandson is crazy about you." On another occasion, when I was preparing to discipline my own son, she told me in a matter-of-fact tone, "If I find out that you're mistreating that baby, as God is my witness, you'll never mistreat another one." It was that type of frankness that made her so unforgettable. If she liked you, she'd let you know immediately. And if she dido 't, you wouldn't be hard pressed to figure that out ei ther. Mo s t people loved her candor. And those who didn't usually stayed away to avoid having their feelings hurt Earlier this week. this beau tiful, amazing up front woman was taken from us during the middle of the night I say us because I would never be so self ish as to claim her as mine alone. She belonged to every- u omobile Accident All erious Injury Claims Wrongf I Death Nursing Home Abu e Med1 al alpractice lip & all qualities, that for me person ally, made her so unique and fun to be around. Without her there would have never been me and with out her influence in my life, this column would have never ex isted. It is her straightforward ness that flows through my pen and her strength that keeps me going even in this situation. Without a doubt, I am truly thankful to have had her in my life for as long as I did. And there is no question that I'm going to miss her more than any amount of words could ever say. Rest in peace Mrs. Dorothy Rogers-Frierson. Your realness kept us all well grounded. And for that you will always be loved and forever missed. Write to Clarence at: Clarence Barr II, 43110018, Bennet1sville Federal Correc tional Institution, P.O Box 52020, Bennettsville SC 29512 or send him an email at cbarr2@oasisnove1s,com Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Pub lishing Company. Tea Partv For Whom II I have a flyer in my office that is framed and positioned where I can see it every day that I'm there. It was a notice for a Ku Klux Klan rally in 1982. Red lettered and addressed to the "White Ameri cans" of Georgia, loaded with messaging for the target audience. It talks about "protect ing families, preserving White control of the American way of life, preventing the Negro takeover and maintaining political control of America. Well now. We have a Black President and a country esse ntially changed forever, in some respects. But like my dad said, things never change" and that is the truth. While President Barack Obama is remarkable, be was also inevitable. The 2000 Census foretold the coming of Obama. Blacks and Hispanics were destined to constitute upwards of 28-33 % of the voters in the country. Some believe that that's why George W. Bush became President in 2000, because the Republiknew their time was up. So the Tea Party crew called the right" at that time, had to make their move. The 2000 election debacle was an embarrassing demonstration of the extent the Republicans would go to maintain power. Now that they are out of power, we see a frenzied effort to get it back You know, lake Our C{)Untry Back ." The Obama effect on the Tea Partiers parallels Dr. Martin Luther King' s impact o n the Klan While both m en have dispelled political and socia l s tereotypes they caused a total panic among those who just do not like people of color, or the fact that th e ir worst fears have been realized. The same issues that perpetuated the problems for Dr. King are hanging over the President. No matter what Obama does, or how ef fective he is it will never be enough. If you didn' t know better, you would think that the President caused the oil spill. The Tea Partiers are so frenzied they were attacking Congressmen and women, all Democrats, in public displays of shouting matches and hysteria playing out on cable. Congresswoman Kathy Castor of Tampa faced the Tea Party at her town hall meetings. It really was a frightening power play. Castor refused to back down, nor did she abandon her commitment to the health care plan or other responsibilities to her constituents. Again, this is not about issues, but about President Obama Newsweek recently asked whether the Tea Party was racist, and the studies cited came to that conclusion. The article cited 2/3's of their participants were "racially resentful" and 88% felt that Blacks should work their way up "without special favors." For Black people this is not surprising. The Republicans are known for eating their babies, and now face another phenomenon of their own making ... .. Tea Party Candidates Gone Wild. The pious TP candidates are now running against Republican standard bearers who are knocked out of races. That leaves e.x-treme candidates with a small ultraconservative base, to face mainstream Democrats. Right. The bigger problem is the" Brick Wall thrown up paralyzing the political process and preventing the election of other Blacks and minorities to leadership positions. While many White Americans aren' t saying it, a lot believe that Barack Obama meets the quota. What folks need to understand howe ve r is that we live witlt barricades every day, and ARE born with a sledge hammer in our hands. Gayle Andrews a former member of the Capitol Press Cbrps, adjunct Journal ism instructor at Florida A & M University, where she was awarded Distinguished and Outstanding Graduate status. She is a corporate & political oonsultant in Tallahassee. "The Voice of Our Community Speakiflg for ltse{f'

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Local. First Permits Issued For Encore Proiect BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After several months of antic ipation work has finally begun on the Encore Project. Upon it s compl etion the multifac e t e d comple x will replace the old Central P a rk Villag e Publi c Hou s ing omplex. Richard Zahn own r o f the Orl ando ba ed Z MG o n truction, Inc. i th tion M a nag r. Wilbert Malphus, o w n r ofMalphu & on G n r a l ontra t r In ., i th G neral ontrac t o r La t w k th fir t p rmit from th e 'ty o f T ampa autho r i z ing him to b gin work. The projec t i late d t o compl t e various phases over the next 6 yea r s A crew of 38 wa s hire d for the fir s t phase of th e proj e ct known a s mass grading. This phase includes the demolition and r e moval of all roads, s id e walk s, underground utiliti es, w a t e r lin es, e w e r lin e light in g, e l ec tri cal, l and ca p e, i gnage, and i g n alizatio n Thi pha e w ill t a k e 6 t o 8 w k T h nex1: pha l a t d t o b eg in in 2 0.11 i t o pr p a r th it r th in t allation of n w all infra structure complete d in e arly 2011. After thi s phas e i s compl e t e d, the construction of th e buildings will b e gin. Th e ex i s ting En core Proj e ct plans h o u s ing for m o r e than 1,700 resid ents a cross a broad o c i a l and economic s p ectrum. The pro po se d plan a l s o includ es offices, a h o t I a Publi x s up e r m a rk e t a new sc h oo l a p a rk c h u r c h a mu eum, a n d othe r r t ail p ac I j u t wa n t t o th ank th partn rship of Bank f Am r i ca a n d t h Tampa H u in g A u th ori t y for their i n is t nee of m a kin g ur th proj c t m o es f o rward p ditiou l y and f o r a uring u th ir u p p ort, Malphus t a ted. Workers preparing for the infrastructure of the Encore Project hown left t.o right: Tommy Ben.nett, Vice President of Operations; Reginald Carnegie Field Supervisor; Melvin Varnes, Shawn Holland, and Reginald Ferguson. 111111 Ta RIISII Flldl Fir CIICir BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For many years churches and organizations have hosted teas as fundraisers. The teas had themes pertaining to whatever the money generated would benefit. Now, one organization has taken the art of fundraising to a new level. On Saturday, July at 2 p.m. Sisters Network, Tampa Bay Affiliate Chapter. will host the tea. Ms. Pat Spencer i s a can cer survivor and member o f Sisters Network, Tampa Bay Affiliate Chapte r. She stated that the idea of having an online SONIA FRA.NKUN tea is a c o nc e pt that i s n e w t o th e area, but i s utilized in othe r places. '"'The concept is to make a donation before July t7" and then at the appropriate time, just have a cup of tea in the pri-Join Us For Tb Grand Occasion 11th Anniversary Celebration THEME: '"Thsnk God For The Pastor' Romans 10:1&-17 Thursday, July 16th Friday, July 18th 7 P.M. 7R M. Worship Service Worship Service Speaker. Speaker. Dr. A. L. Phillips. Rev. Mike Walker Pastor, New Bethel M B. St Mary M. B Chl.I'Ch Church Sarasota, FL Tampa ANNIVERSARY BANQUET 11ttl &-9 P.M. Speaker: Rev. JoM D. Andenlon, Pastor, New Testament M. B. Chun:h Sheraton Suites 4400 w. Cypt'ess St. "" Tampa $30 per ,_..IV\ Sunday, July 18th 1fA.. M. Worship Service St. James M. B. Church Speaker. Rev. Keith Buckner, Pastor, Titusville, FL Sunday, July 18th 4RM. Worship Service Mt. Tabor M. B Church Speaker: Rev. Ezell Patterson, Pastor. Tallevast FL vacy o f your o wn h o rnt' Thi s i s a pre tt y neat co n ce pt o f r ais i ng Sh e furthe r s t a t e d th a t m embers a r e ask ed t o contact th e ir f a mil y a n d fri e nds and in \ite th e m t o partic ip a t e. The funds ra ised will be used f o r o n going activities providing serv ices f o r can ce r vict i ms. M s. Soni a Franklin has been pres id e nt of the Si s t e rs Net w o rk Tampa Bay Affiliate C h a pt e r f o r the past 6 months. all know that change is and \\ill a lway s happen but how we handle it makes the difference. \\'e a re taking advantage of the I 11te m e t to benefit persons who have been diagnosed and who have survived cancer. We need to stop the s ilence. We hope that everyone in the community will participate in this worthwhile Team Mia WED. J 14TH rr 1 p.m .. Praise & 85ou Howard & the M '.._llrl Kn.nk Guest Speaker. Pastor N'!Cf(y 1 'Youth Pastor Ctristian Cent. St Peterstug, A.. and IQ Artist THURS., JULY 15TH AT 7:30p.m. Praise a 'M>rship by v.P.u. Vb"shlp Band & Powemouse Speakers: Minister o.mn watson c:A New Macedonia M B Ouch, Minister Rosson HMllton of DMle M i'llster Jasmine Roe c:A St. John cathedral FRIDAY, JULY 16TH AT 9:00 p. m. NIGHT OF PRAYZE KRUNK FEST featuring Alida Green, Fabulous Steppers. Recording Artist Colltney Balestero, Heavenz Anointed of Bradenton, 2010 Dorinda CIM<-Cole Confefa1oe Wilner's -otverslt:)l', Psams 91 and many more. For participation or more Info please call (813) 732-9949 or Emal: GracemaryyouthOy.com SUNDAY, JULY 18th 11 a m C hlldnMl & Youth Services C ONCERT 500 p.m. featlmg Children a Youth of Gmce along with the T J Reed Angel Choir, T J Reed Singers

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ScholarshiP Awarded c a: LL c a: &L Q z c( Q Ul w The Middleton f:ligh School Clas of 1960 pr en ted a scholar ship in the amount of $1,000 to a 2010 graduate of Middleton High School. The scholarship was presented May 25, 2010 to Cara Janae Thomas, left, hown with t .he cla pre ident, Chester White. The class is preparing for its soth-year reunion Sept. 2, 2010, part of which will be spent in Atlantic City, NJ. : Also at the scholarship presentation were: Owen Young, .,_ Middleton Principal; Viola Fitzgerald, Chester White, Joyce l'i: Uvinpton, Betty White. Cora Yopp, RJta Anderson and Gerard w WlDiams. > w c-----------------------------------------w :I: Maxwell, Jill Scon Perform Befere Said-Out Audience 5 A sold-out audience enjoyed th e performances by Maxwell and Jill Scott. On. Mendee and Rqlnald Ligon (D. D. S.) of t. PeterltblU'I also enjoyed the concert. Bright House Sport reporter, Tiffany Greene enjoying -ome relaxing tim at tb concert. Judges For Oratorical Contest First Baptist Church of College Hill held an oratorical contest for the young people in the church, kindergarten through 12th grades. ln the final round, community citizens were brought in to do the judging on Saturday, June 19, 2010. The them.e for the contestants to speak from was "Being Rock Solid With The Roclt Solid Savior," Matthew 7:24. 25 and Ma.tth .ew 16:13-18. The 5 winners will compete at the West Coast Baptist Association Congress of Christian Education 2010 Oratorical Coot July t.;. 2010 at Mt. Sinai M. B. Church, 5200 W. South St., Orlan.do (328tt), Dr. Larry G. Mills, Pastor. The convention will be in session July 13-16. The winners fTOm First Baptist were: Robert Blount. Christian Lawrence, Vayeera James, He.nry Burrows a .nd hayla Stephens. Judges for the final egment were: seated, Sentinel Editor, Gwen Hayes; Phildra Swagger, Principal, Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate High School and motivational speaker, Donald Dowridge. tanding, Tina Jam Education Programs Coordinator, Patel Conservatory and Joyce Rossell, African-American Uaison for Hillsborough County. M.s. Carol Byrd was the Oratorical Contest chairperson. She was assisted by Geraldine Kelly, Sherna Rich and several parents and coaches. Rev. EYaO BmTows is the pastor. Safetv And Achievement Awards Dcpanment of Solid Waste and RPM hcld its 6th Annual Safety And Achievement Awards celebration on June 26th at Barksdale Cc.-nter. Amons th in aHendantt-were: fl'Ont row. Kiana Bell Laphan McGriff, Yvonne Tyson, Tol\ia Brlc.khouse. Dlr ctor. ity of Tampa Dept. of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management; Latricc ndcrwood. Debra Cole, Delilah Ubby and Rubal Butler. In the rear. Robert Corlcy. Gary Hardin. Wlllie Mitchell, Bobby Lattimore, John Billinglsey, Eric KJIIIns. Mark Collis. Eugene McKinnie and Mark WUfalk. (Photography by BRUNSON) TremaJn '-11Mnona. of Pastor T eny Cl mons., Is 25 yurs old. Tremain w shot three times wtth a 45 caliber. Once In the n ck. once In the shoulder, and once In the stomach. All thr e bullets are still In him. He can not move or talk. Doctors don't know If he's paralyzed or not. He can only make nols s. Tremain and hi s family needs our help. Pleue come and .,,.n.o,.n

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ocal Bo.ne Marrow Drive In Search Of Match For 9-Year-Oid When Ms. Crystal Daniels came to Tampa a littl e more than a year and a half ago with her son, now 9 years old, she was in search of ways to help with his illness. She left New York, went to North Carolina and Virginia before coming to Tampa for help. Uoyd Jones, affectionately called LJ, was diagnosed in 2007 with Hyper Eosiniphilis Syndrome, a rare disease that causes the production of too many white blood cells that at tack the main organs. Cur rently the greatest attack is on LJ' spleen, his mother aid. Medically, M Daniel ay there are only so case do umented in the United t t aturday, July 10, 2 10, a Bone Marrow Driv will be held at the University Ar a Commu nity Complex, 14013 N. 22nd St. The event, to share informa tion and bring awareness, will be held from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. The event encourages individu als to "Be The Match," b y join ing the Marrow Registry. Several of LJ's relatives have been tested however, none are a match. As of now he t a k e s chemotherapy twice a week, which often leaves skin rashes and his im-LLOYD JONFS since 2007, and according to social service agencies, she doesn't need help, her son does. Because of his hospital visits and other medical treatment s h e's unable to work. LJ love s bask e tball, music and dancing. H e is h o m e chooled ormero ceo eellleues crimna on w eotioe l t lT Writer onj Whit i very much in touch with inn r city communities. By working a th Senjor Outreach p cialist for DACCO's HIV/A1DS Prognun, White has seen the worse of the worse, and understand the dire need for outreach services and intervention. She feel it is that passion she h for her job th t ended up forcing h r to r gn. "I was on of three outre cb specialists and I und rstood th importance of getting out th and talldng to people. How my supervisor felt I would b betters rv din th office along with th other two outr ch sp clalists." Whit aid h r probl m s beganioAugu 2 9wh n h omplain d to h r dir up r visor about not b ing tr at d fairly "Fir t, I was old that I was b ing r assign d b au th grant I was working und r could only cov r two p opl I wasn't told out of tbr out r h s p ciaJI ts, why 1 wns s -Church To Host Inner Citv Workers Conference 1\) c ..... Living Faith Asse mbl y o f God Churc h in Temple Terrace will host th e 2010 gathering of the Inner City Workers Conference. Pastor Eugene Davis, Jr. is the n e w pastor of Living Faith The former pastor, Reverend Malcolm Burleigh as President is orchestrating the Inner City Conference through the National Black Fellowship of the Assemblies of God, sponsor of the conference. The con ference will be held July 13, 14, 15, 2010. The the m e i s "Kingdom Expansion 2010 A New Wine, A New Wine Skin." Tam pan Yolanda Anthony i the National Conference Co ordinator. Rev. Burleigh, who left Living Faith in 2009, is now th National Director of Intercultural Ministri in th e U. Mi ion D partment at th e n raJ uncilofth mbli of God in pringfi ld Mis-YOlANDA ANTIIONY so uri There will be a variety of workshops during the day and worship services in the evening. There wiU also be a schedule of youth e ents. Wor hop topics include Audio/Vid Connecting ul-turally, Finding Living Water in the Middle of a Dry Season, Family Matters, HIV /AIDS, Kingdom Parenting, Kingdom Prosperity, Saints on the Web, Power versus Authority, Team Building, The Power of One, Unpacking The Gospel Working Through Hurts in Ministry. Registration is required the workshops, but the ouonin,al services (7 p.m.) are open to public. All workshops and ices will be held at the The dham Hotel Quorum), comer of and Cypress. The evening speakers will be Bishop Vaughn McLaughlin (Jacksonville), Supt. f! Raburn (Lakeland), and Rev. 0 Malcolm Burleigh (Spring-field, MO). For more information, call fn the church at (813) 988-2030. m z :::! Deadline To Register To Vote In August 24 Elecuon Is Jutv 26 z m r-m c r r-!!I Earl Lennard Hillsborough County upervi o r of El tion remind the publi c tha t M onday, July 26, 2010, i the last date to regi ter to vot e in the 2010 Primary E lection. Registered voters can cast their ballot at their polling place o n Election Day, at any z of the fourteen Earl y sites throughout the county, c or use Vote B y Mail. c;; -----------------------------------------ffi 7504 CaJfnNay Blvd ,., Fl 33619 813.622.6815 10:00 A. M. -Sunday School 11:30 A.M. Sunday oming Service 7 :30 P . -Friday Night Prayer Bible Study c: 813.323.5695 0 m < m :a < -f c m en 0 > z c "TT :a 0

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E Local Organization's Founder Moves In New Direction BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Nearly fifteen years ago, James Evan s decided he wanted to help youngsters to become successful. He learned everything he could about not for-profit organizations and soon opened the doors of the Tampa Bay Academy of Hope, Inc. "It is tim e for the Tampa Bay Academy of Hope, In c., to have an infu ion of new blood to take it to the next level. Thi i an ex citing period for the organiza tion. The organization provided Evan with the means to offer a i tance to hundreds of at ri k youngsters and their fami lies in the Tampa Bay ar a It accomp l ished thi goal by offer ing prev ntion and intervention programs. However, after dedicating c countless hours to the organizaii: o n, Evans said the time bas I&. come for him to step down It's C time for me to move into a new z c( JAMES EVANS ... Moving In New Direction direction. I wanted to step down while th e organization was till me ting th e objective of its mi ion and that is provid ing ervic to our t na gers and young adults. am proud of what l hav accomplished. I have been able to teach children by giving them the tools they need to be suc cessful," he said. Once Evans decided the time had come for him to step down, h e wanted to e n s ure that he was l eav ing the organization in th e best care po ssi ble. He hir e d Ms. Titania Lamb and trainer her as hi s replacement. She now se rves as Executive Director and reports to the Tampa Bay Academy of Hope's umember Board of Directors. M l am confident Ms. Lamb will take my dream to the next l evel and have a l arge impact on our community," Evans said. M Lamb brings pro grammatic experience, strategic planning, management knowl edge, and proposal and grant writing expertise. Her prior ex periences include the nonprofit, financial, and accounting indu tries, Chuck Win hip, Chairman of the Board, said. Evans sai d he is unsure of what the futur holds for him He plans to spend more time with his family and just take things as they come. -what is important to me is that I can move on knowing that l I ft on a high note and left the organization in good hands." Q en w :l t-w > w Countv Charter Review Board Member Wants Changes 0 County Charter R eview w Board member, Geral d 'Whi"te, said he was originally :::; opposed to an elected exec uve that would take the place Q. of the County Administrator. Z In light of recent events th e Board of County Commissioners have had to deal with. S White said he doesn't feel adm vacates for a county mayor uJ have gained any z w fJ} C a: 0 LL -rH been in !>upport of ;tn e lected rounty rh;tim1;-tn. I think the citizens. not the B O C.C.. should decide who that is -"The publir would he o ut of the loop o n some issu es under a county mayor. We wouldn"t" know why certain decisions wer being made, and that"s not good -White said he prefers what tlw peopll' in Orange County did cl('{'ting a chaim1an to serve as mayor, and the B O C.C. would serve as a leg islati, c branch. The overall structure v..-ouldn"t rhange. The county mayor would be held accountable by the atizens. and would have limited power o,er the R.O.C.C. My rollt'.agues would des ign the depth of that power: white said the county mayor issue is v ery much alive. UMary Ann Stiles is circupetitions to get support and tT)ing to campaign for the position. I think citizens are calling for leadership and this process should have been done long ago. We would be better served with a chief spokesperson." White said the county mayor would serve for 4 years, and he thinks it will take time before this can be put into p l ace The community is so di erse, and it's going to be a process. White said he would l ike to see the B.O.C.C add two seats, and his goal is to have only one commissioners coming out of any particular area. "We need the African American population to step up and be heard. We want the m to continue to pny attention to what's going on with their county representatives. ' FYJ Civic Association To Meet The Thonotosassa, Seffner, Mango Civic Association, Inc. will meet on Monday, July 12, 2010, 6:30 p. m at Sterling Heights Park, 11706 Williams Road, Thonotosassa (33592). All members are urged to be present and on time. Family, friends and neighbors are welcome. Please bring questions and suggestions. For more information, contact P auline Larry Grant, President, (813) 986-3300. Human Relations Board To Meet The Hillsborough County Hunian Relations Board will meet Tuesday, July 13 at 12 noon in Conference Room Bon the 26th floor of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. -For more information, contact Camille Blake, Human Relations, Equal Opportunity Administrator, at (813) 272-6554. FamilY Child Care Home ldVisorv Boa II The Hillsborough County Family Chil d Care Home Advisory Board will meet on Thursday, July 1.5 at 7 p.m. at Children's Services, 3110 Clay Mangum Lane, Bldg. 39 For more information, contact Linda Stoller at (813) 264-3925 NAACP Plans General MembershiP Meedng The Genera.) Membership of the Hillsborough County NAACP \\-ill be held Thursday, July 15th, 7 p.m., at New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church, 1006 S. soth Street. Rev. Alec C. Hall i the host pastor. TI1e meeting will begin promptly at 7 p. m. The meeting i a General Membership meeting. However, it is open t o the public and everyone is invited to attend. There v.ril.l a lso be an open di cu ion where citizens can voice their concerns about issues in their communities. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information about the NAACP can contact Dr. Carolyn Collins, Branch President; or Rev Xavier Johnson, Religious Affairs Chairperson at (813) 234-8683 Communnv Ienon Board Meedng Set TI1e Hillsborough County Community Action Board (CAB) Executive Committee will meet Friday, July 16, from 2 p m. to 3 p. m., in Conferen e Room 26D on the 26th floor of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. For more information, contact Bob McEver at (813) 262-6710. CORRECTION In an article In Tuesday's Sentinel EUah Williams grandfather was identified as Frank Lucas, Jr. His cor-rect name is St. C lair Lucas, Jr. We apologize for any inconvenience the error nuly h ave caused.

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Local jl c Realitv Show Voting Hits Tabloid Aft e r reading a publishe d story in the tabloid, the Globe, all Dr. Phyllis Tucker-Wicks could say was s h e was speech l ess. Dr. Tucker-Wicks is competing for a television re a lity show spot as a r es ult of a contest sponsored by Oprah Winfrey. In her hometown of Tampa, Dr. Tucker-Wicks has excelled as a playwright, a former beauty pageant queen, ed u cator, author, and is very active in the church her father, Pastor Phillip Tucker, founded. As the econd-highest vot e getter in the competition, Dr. Tucker-Wicks, along with h e r twin i s t e r, Philethia TuckerJohnson, have establi h e d themselves in Tampa and everywhere else as role models for othe r young Black women, and her ambition to go national is indicative of her confidence and spirit. In spite of a lot of unwar-ranted n egative publicit y that has no basis in fact, Dr. Tucker-Wicks has maintained her professionalism, and said she will wait until Or. PhyUi Tucker-Wicks on the cover of The Globe. the top 5 finali t are announced b for s h e will release a s tatement to any m edia source. Tampa. Resident OpportunJty for Self Sumdency {ROSS} Family Appwrtke Construction Training Pro9rWn --rship wtth 1n Par"_. covenant Ministries GEt> BcttMcol Roofing Spots arc limited.-.. Sign up todoytll Training will be hd at Covenant Ministries 905 E JuMOu St. Tampa, FL 33604 r.>cm: July 12, 2010 through Septvnbu 17, 2010 Time: 9 : 00am 1 : 00pm (MondayFriday) For More Information Contact: Keara Thompson (813) 253-0551 ext 227 Promoter Invites Communitv To laugh With Me' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter h e's happy to be performing 0 in Tampa and has been quite busy. Too Smooth, th e area's top pro m o t e r who has brought you s t age plays a nd oth e r eve nt s, wants t o in vite everyon e to j oin him o n Saturday, July 10th at the Comfort Inn 820 Eas t Busc h Boulevard. The event i s a comedy s h ow call e d "Come L a u g h With M e," a nd will feature n atio n ally known co m edians Red Bone, Double D and Rod UrSoFunny. TOO SMOOTH Comedian Redbone said "I've been performing with Steve Harvey and at the Hoodie Awards in Las Vegas. I consider myself the person who offers color blind comedy for color blind people." Saturday's show will begin at 9:15p.m. with doors opening at 8:30 p.m. For more information about the show, contact Too Smooth at (813) 244-7474 or go on line at www.too smoothent.com. PUBLIC NOTICE SERVICE CHANGES The Hillsborough Area RegiooaJ Transit Authority (HAR1) will implement bu ervice changes effective Suod.ay July 11, 2010. CHANGE OR ADJUSTME TS ARE BEING MADE TO THE FOLWWING ROUTES Rowe 6 -56dr Srrt Tim modified in fust A.M utbbound trip to arrive 31 Marion Transit Cemer fi e minutes earliec to improve connectivity Rolli( 7 -Wt:.st Ta11Jl41CitrvJ ParA Altcmaring (Y!on trip ) trip will ave Hillsborough Community College before proceeding 10 West Tampa Transfer Cen t er c hcdulc has b een m odified P asseng ers are encouraged t o pick up new route schedules. RqM{c 10 -Oprm Srrcrt Schedule bas been modified P assengers are encouraged to pick up new route scbedules. RoMtc 30-Twn 'N CoMnOJ' Rout e will oo longer serve the Wc:stshorc Plaza Transfer Center Wtll serve Westsborc Plaza directly a t bus stops on Wcstsborc Blv d. RDflt( 13 -FJarbg Atr.nc aturday schedule will be modified 10 match lDlday. running e ery 45 minutes. Scbedule bas been mod i fied. Passengers arc encouraged to pick up new route schedules. RDtltl 36 -DH M&m'lfU!Q dtJ'lll( Route will perote oor1b of 1 n Bell hourly Schedule has been modi tied Passcngcn arc encouraged t o pick up new utc scbcdules RqM{c 1 7 -BaprdgN'a$(id R t<: will n save Brand n Rcg1onal H spitnl bourly with altanak rosb boor trips providing new avicc t o W !itficld Brnndon a l ong Provideoce Road Bnmdon Fl continues serve tbe hospital. cdulc hru been modified P encouraged to pick up new route scbedul Rom 19 -Bub Bol.owri cbcdule bas been mod1fied are encouraged to pick up new rouk scbcdules. Rate 15X-Sollllc BrudDllfMccDiiLAT\B. R 1c will be reclassified LX (Umited n,..,.....,.,, ute. Fares wiU be lowert:d to local fare. cbedule b been modified P: atgen are en route. Fare wiU be lowered to local fare. New route schedules wiD b vallable o or Wore July U l t at www.goHART.org, oa boa.rd bu HART utemer Suvice Cenlus or b y mall Call th HARTinfo M n y through a.m 8 p .m. or a turd a and unday, 8 a.m -S p .m. for further route inftmnation and fur trip planning HARTinfo Line: (813) 254-HART ( .. 278) TDD: _(8ll) 26-9158 *BAR.T.org ., r-0 :xJ en m z z m r-1 m c r rm ::::! z "'D c: m r-c;; % m c m < m.. :xJ < c m en c ,.. z c -n :!! c

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.. 0 Loca N ------------------------------------------------------------------0) => ..., Rose Ferlita Campaigns For Mavor c Former Tampa City a: Council member and curu.. rent Hillsborough County Commissioner, Rose Ferlita, has officially filed to run for Mayor of Tampa. A local pharmacist for more than a year, Ferlita had said she planned to run for mayor in the March 2011 elections Ferlita said among her priorities will be building relationships with neighborhoods, other government private entities and city ROSEFERUTA .. has officially filed to campaign for Mayor. employee Ferlita aid h e al o i inte rest e d in creating a financ ial advisory group of resid ents to h e lp h e r with the city's budget. Ferlita h as b ee n a County Commissioner since 2006 and joins City Council Chairman Thomas Scott and former Tampa City Council member, Bob Buckhorn in the race that also includes former Tampa Police Captain Marion Lewis and Arthur Richardson. YMCA Director Vows To Help Communities, Young People > BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer a: U.. Growing up in Na s hvill e C Tennessee Michael Brown z < recalled living close to a c As a young inner-city boy, en we all felt the YMCA wa off limits When I became a col.,_ lege student, I starte d going to the basketball game I W later joined, continued my education and started a fame ily." "The pain of paying the 5!1 monthly fees took it s t o ll. and I 1ried quitting, but they => wouJdn't let me. I had also a. established the Michael Brown Summer Youth Clinic. w That was my way of reaching :I back to help our young peo=> ple and help them address m social' .. ISSUes. irl Brown is the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA !z Group Vice President and w 0 C a: MICHAEL BROWN ... YMCA Director Executive Direct o r of the Bob Gilbertson Central City YMCA He has served in these positions for 15 months. and said he sbll has a lot of work to do. Brown said he feels blessed God has put him in places where h can help communiti and young people Brown h of YMCA l(ader ship ex p eri ence, se r\'in g urb a n communities in Nash\'ille. and Dallas, Texas. He feels h e brings a p a ssion for the YMCA missi o n and expe rtise in hi s field t o the T ampa community M T oday. it's about our young peopl e and h elping them reac h the ir p o t e ntial. I'm also focused on helpin g communitie liv e healthie r and young people becoming more socially responsible." !hat il' a hug e challenge, g i,. c n the f a mily dynamiC's and economics of society: you've successfully connected with them, the challenges don't seem so great. One difference is, we were not exposed to the YMCA back in the day, and there were no outreach services. Also, fur a long time, the YMCA was the best kept ecret in the inn r city. M y job is to n o longer h a it the b s t kept r t. We want ev ry kid t o ba th ability to a th e YMCA." Brown sai d it will tak a lot of resources t o g t th e job done but h fe I th can mak e a d.ifferen I d on't think we \ gun t o ratc h the urfu c I will call o n all o f m : p r i e n and \ ork with ommunity l ea d r m ow n board th h oo t t e m and p artn rs h i p s w ith ag n ci lik the Boys and Girl tub, T ampa H o u in g Authori ty, i ty a nd unty P a r ks a nd R ecrea tion O epartm-nt M etropolitan Ministries, th nlvation Arm and man oth Brown and his wif R b c a, have 5 childre n and 1 g rand s on An avid ath -1 t Brown arncd a host of awards during hi oil giat ba k tball ar rand cur r ntl enjo s golf and running. H e h o l d s d gr s in b h aviora l s i n c and th o l og. In The Spotlight IESHA This week's Spotlight feature is the lovely songbird, tesha. This young lady has a can't miss career ahead of her, and if you travel to Club Aja this Saturday, you will get a chance to hear a star on the making. Other than singing, lesha enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and spending as much time in the studio as she can. She aspires to be an international star and promises to make the people of Tampa proud of her. The man in lesha s life must be patient, mature, self-reliant, and willing to take a step back when the occasion arises. Congratulations to lesha as this week's Spotlight feature, and make sure you go to Club Aja this Saturday. tf you re Interested In being In the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight please send your Information and photo, Including a contact number to: UobnsonOflsentlnel&0.01

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Trash Talking From Rogers Park The best golfers in the world may not hang out at Rogers Park Go l f Course, but the be t trash talkers do. They play plenty of golf th e tra h talk ers do but th e tra h t a lkin g goe on a ll d ay. The # 1 tra h t alke r i Wayne Holland, alia th e "Gr a t e t how On Gra ." Wayn ay tha t the r i no one a t th park h e can't beat. Wayne tee it up from the Ladi Tee. Lionel Ballard, th unof ficial golf pro at R oge h a b n in trainin for n arl a y ar. Li n 1 n \ a h i read to pia and will t king on all comers. His It foe i Leon "Pretty Boy" Washington, al o a tra h talker. Dr. William "Doc" Andrew ha pulled hi. club out of moth ball and i beginning to fine tun hi game. While Doc s golf game needs a little work, hi trash talking is in full gear. Earl "Pee Wee" Roberts has become the silent sin a t the park. All Pee Wee does is smile and take names. Other noted trash talkers are, "Goat," "Cookie Man," "Von," "Low," "Ball Eye," "Tam," "Young Boy Jackson" a nd th godfa th er, Eddie Smith. A Star I Born" A tar i b rn. N t today but approximatel y 1 7 y ar ago. The star' nam James Wilder Jr. James, Jr. i a cnior at Plant High chool and i s being recruited by mo t major coli gc in Am ri a Th younger Wild r i prob ably th b t football pia r in th nation. H i big, p w rful. fa t. phy ical v r atil and flat out tal nt d Wild r ha n't decided on c.olleg t, but a colleg cholar hip i not any problem. tay tun d to Plant High football to follow the exploits of J m Wllder Jr. PrMts The 2010 James lee F Hosted by 1he W T paBoys d all cr tc IIQinta T .fit .,,..Lunch "'Ptuf IIIDnlt ,_... ,_.,.., AutiDgrlpha .. ..... .... 1111 ... ......... T R. '""MNtet eont.c c.drlc MoM ill' n 0 11 614 8 em-.: oedmomilt1a AntiOnlo lton. tony.tQM1 Dn-en Heywllrd 0 emeW: dlh7tUl._ New Titans Deal In Johnson's Future The animos i ty betwe e n RB hri Johnson a n d th Titan i b ginning to thaw. Michael Lombardi believ a l ong-t rm d ea l will b done by th time training camp tarts later this month. Price Becomes Al' s F lrst12-Game Winner According To Repon, Lebron James Headed To Miami Heat c.. c: !< CD 0 ...L 0 Alan Hahn of Newsday m ay h ave broke n th e sports s tory of the century on e so big th a t the "sc oop was s pun off into its own t e l evis ion spe c ial. ESPN or no ESPN, reporters lik e Hahn r e mained e ager to beat LeBron James to the punch. A littl e while after the stroke o f midnight, Hahn tweeted: Multiple sou r ces are telling News day that LeBron Jame has decide d to join Dwyane Wade and Chris Bos h in Miami. Th e new Big Three is here. What ro l e did the increased salary cap pla y in this move (if it's tru e)? Or mayb e this is a moke c reen mi leading vcryo ne in advance of the real ans' r. That n o t n ecesarily such a gr at lrategy though ince b the time th e pecial airs,(Tbursday at 9 on ESPN) th e new itself might not even be new anymore. One thing' for ure: if LEB RO N JAMES Wade, Bos b and James really end u p on the s ame team, this latest B ig Three is both the greatest assemblage of individual All-Stars on one team since the Lakers or Celtic.s of the eighties. And 0 unlike the 2007-08 Celtic.s, they're entering an all -but-em pt y roster. The question is, en will that even make a d i ffer-m e n ce? z :j z -----------------------------------------------m Jackson OK With Favre Missing Camp r-1 tD c: r r-m :j z T J n 'dthe r---=-:---. c: hen Br tt Favre will ann unce his deci-ion doe n t affect his approa b to camp. "If he do n 't bow up that' fine, th t' more reps for me, Sage [Ro nfeJ ] and Joe [\ b}," Ja n said. "'We ju t ba ically tr to take advanta e of it. Wb n he com be read mentally and ju t know what ou're getting yourself into. It to a long n." tD r-c;; % m c m < m :0 < c m going )> z c

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or------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0) Durant savs He Reached .., Five-Year Deal To a: Stav With Thunder OKLAHOMA CITY -Kevin Durant didn't go for a spectacle in announcing where he' ll be for the next five years. Instead, Durant simply posted an update on his Twitter page Wednesday, saying he' d agreed to a five year contract extension with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Durant can' t sign the deal until Thursday and team spokesman Brian Facchini said he could not confirm the deal under NBA rul es "Exstension for 5 more y ears wit the thunde r .... God Is Great, m e and m y family came a long wa y .. .l l o v e yall man forreal thi s a bl ess in g Durant tweet ed. 0 An o th e r post oo n f ollo w d, D: presuma bl y a b out the co n trac t : "First t i m e i c ri e d n a z while ... Rip Chucky, w e C doin wat we dreamed about..i swear i love all m y bros!! 0 KEVlN DURANT yessir!!! "Chucky" is one of Durant's forme r coac hes, Charles Craig, who was s hot to death in Maryland in 2005. The reigning NBA coring leade r i igne d with the Thunder through next eason under his original rookie contract, which would pay him about $5 million next year. 00 --------------------------------------------w ::> > a: w > w Heat-Mavericks Talking Trade 0 w Th e Mia mi H ea t h ave di s -c u sse d a d ea l wi th t h e Dalla s ::J Mav e ricks t o a c qu i r e big m a n m Brendan Haywood, the Miami Herald reported citin g z a player and a separat e agent J:: who have been directly involved in those discussions ..J Miami would part with Heat free agent cente r ..:.. Jermaine O'Neal or Michael Beasley or both. F= Tbe Heat bas met with z Maverick s free ag ent cente r Haywood alr eady. It aJ h as Cl talked with th Utah Jazz and 0 power forward Carlo a: Boozer. g Its possibl e th e H ea t would LL a lso kup point guard fro m all with Rodrigue B ubol and J .J. Bare a b oth playin g hind Jason Kldd. ck 9 Roller ...................................... $1 50 Brushes ....................................... 99 LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLYII MikeTVson On Mecca Pilgrimage MIKE TYSON RIYADH -Former boxing champion Mike Tyson, who converte d to I slam while in j ail in the 1990s, vi site d the Mu s lim hol y cities of M ecca an d Med i n a on pil grimage. who was w orld heavyweight champion from 1986 to 1990, arrived last Friday in Medina with the C a n a di a n Dawa Association for the umrab, or minor pil grimage. From Medina he travelled on t o Mecca and also visited other Saudi cities. Tyson, 44. converted to I l a m whil e e rvin g a 1 0-yea r p rison ente n ce, l a t e r co m mut ed t o th ree years, f o r raping a . beauty queen i n 1991. Brown Wants Jud a's n ovena J I DR \-\ FL Diddv & Flovd Mavweather Took Over Atlantic Citv 4th Of Julv weekend. Vi be Magazine presented V 4 Celebrity Weekend 2010 in Atlantic City featuring none othe r than the 4th of July p arty king himself Sean "Diddy" Combs and friends. The fes tivities kicked off on Friday, July 2nd with Fabolous hosting YOUNG RICH & FAMOUS at the 40/40 Club. On Saturday, July 3rd, the ALL WHITE CELEBRATION was hosted by Floyd Mayweather. Th e V4 Cel e brity Weekend continued with its final event Sunday e v ening, July 4th at the largest eas t coas t pool located on the rooftop of Harrah 's Resort. With Sean "Diddy" FLOYD MAYWEATHER AndDIDDY Combs acting as host, the RED ,WHITE & BLUE pool side extravaganza was filled with his friends in fashion, music and the film industry. No Charges Flied Yet In Shoounuaner Michael lick Panv VIRGINIA BEACH VAP olice said Tuesday they kn o w wh o was responsible f o r h ooti ng another man fol l owing Michael Vick's birthday cele bration but the s hoot e r will not be charged thi time b e c a u e the victim ha not coop erate d "ith i n estig at o rs Vick was not the hooter and the r e are no suspects other than the hooter, police s p o k e man Adam Bernst in aid. The deci-i o n n o t to press charges was made b the pro ecutor' office, but co uld be reversed i f th e victi m d eci d to coop-erate. In a t a t m nt r l e ased l'uesd a poli said witn Z.DCHAEL VICK. es have also been reluctant to help in the investigation of the shooting outside a night club just after 2 a.m. on June 25. The statement said because the shooter will not be charged his identity will not be released.

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Chris Bosh Will Join Boozer leaves Jazz, Wade In Miami siun Extension Signs With Bulls MIAMI-Chris Bosh has decide d to join the Miami Heat and play alongside Dwyane Wade, two leagu e sources confirmed to SI.com on Wednesday The league sources told SI.com's Ian Thomsen that it was unclear whether Bosh would simply sign with Miami or if a sign-and-trade with Toronto would occur. If th e Heat s i g n Bosh outright, he can receive a five-year deal worth a maximum of CHRIS BOSH And DWYANE WADE $96 million. In a s i g n-andtrade, Bosh would be eligi bl for a six-year deal worth as much a $125 million CARMEW ANTHONY Duhon Agrees To Four Years, $15M With Magic A ource with knowl e dge of the dealings expects that Carmelo Anthony will eventuall y ign the threeyear, 64.47 million extension the uggets tar forward has on th table. The ource ee no way Anthony would risk leaving that much money on the tabl If th ny op out of the 18.52 million he is du for the 2011-12 sea on, he ., ould have to negotiate a new contract as a free agent next ummer under a new collecti e bargaining agreement. ORLANDO -The Orlando Magic tried to ign hri Duhon in free agency two years ago only to watch him go to ew York. They finally got their mao Tuesday. Duhon reached an agreement with the Magic for a 15 million, four-year deal, his agent said. Teams can't officially sign free agents until Thursday. Agent Kevin Bradbury said that the chance to play for ch m pi n hip cont nd r wa nough to way Duhon to the Magic this time. Duhon 61ls a muchneeded rol e behind starter CHRIS DUHON Jameer Nel on and could tep into th tarting p t hould an injury occur "TTl re' no way he' walk ing away from that type of money," the ource said M nd ay, believing maximum contra could be curtained harply und r th n w CBA. Tune-Ups Computer Diagnostics & Repairs AJC Foreign & Domestic Alignment Brakes CV Joints Transmission Service New & Used Tires And Morel -....---... GREAT DEALS: 205/40/17 215/35/18 225/40/18 225/35/20 245/35/20 245/30/22 255/35/20 255/30/22 265/35/22 265/30/22 295/30/22 24' 26' 28'AND MOREl CHICAGO -Carlos Boozer is headed to the Chicago Bulls. Now what about you, LeBron James? Several outlets have report e d it's a five-year deal, and the Chicago Tribune cited a so urce saying the Bulls would still have enough room to offer a maximum salary contract to another free agent. The NBA set the salary cap at $58.04 million for next season on Wednesday Boozer averaged 19.5 points and 11.2 rebounds last season. His arrival gives the Bulls a for midable pair in the frontcourt CARLOS with Joakim BOOZER Noah, not to mention a good pick-and-roll partner for All-Star point guard Derrick Rose. Allen To Return To Cel -cs For Two Years 80 TO -The new Big Three will have another chance at a third trip to the NBA finals. Ray Allen confirmed that he has agreed to a two-year, 20 million contract to return to the Boston Celtics. The deal was first reported byESP Allen who turns 35 this month was a free agent Allen averaged 16.3 points last ea on a the Celtic reached the finals for the second time in three years. After B o s I o n ) o s I to the Lo Angeles Lakers in seven games, Allen said, "It's obvious I don' t want to be anywhere else." Allen came to Boston in the summer of 2007, jQining Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to lead the Celtics to their SA-record 17th championship in their first season together

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0 Entertainment Janet Jackson Performs At Essence Festival NEW ORLEANS-Janet Jackson enthralled the Essence Music Festival audience Friday, kept them on their feet for more than two hours and reminded fans why seeing her in concert was worth waiting for two years. From the opening notes of "T he Pleasure Principle" to "Control" to "Rhythm Nation," the Grammy Award winning singer enticed, teased and brought her fans on a journey through her No. 1 hits. Jackson marked her return by closing the festival's first JANET JACKSON night inside the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans. It was her first tim e at th e f esti val. Ke11 E11braces 'lntillacJ' LOS ANGELES In k eeping with the theme of his forth-9 coming album, "Intimacy -If Album Ill," R&B singer-songC writer Kem opened himself z up to something he'd never tried before: collaborating >-with another producer One of the things intimacy en means is being able to share and make yourself vulnera-1-ble," Kern says o f working with produc e r Rex Rideout w (Ledisi, Luther Vandi:ij ross). I never set out to be a 0 producer and didn't go to prow duccr sc h oo l : I was just mak :I: in g my records. But with a bona fide producer validated what I'd done ove r th e ::J years and added another a.. dimension to the projec t I wouldn't have gotten to on my tij own." That dimension is showcased o n lead ingle Why Would You Stayr The ballad about infidelity and remorse is accentuatl'd by thl' Dt troit Symphony Orchl'stras 16-piccc s tring section arranged by Motown legend David J. Van De Pitte, who died in August and whose credits include Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On. ------------------------------------------::J m ...:, w z w en C a: g LL .,.. w o.; t ... i ' .I 1 f I I Jl' t, Nostalgia Music \ Entertainment, LLC "Taking You Back Down Memory lane" 'R.eacliinn Out 'I'o '11ie !rae Old ......... ,UI .... Dinner Parlel Prtvate P rtl Call: 813.394.3316 Alicia Kevs Falls At Essence Music Festival Over the weekend Alicia Keys participated in the Music Festival Essence magazine, held in New Orleans where she took a stumble while she performed Love Is Blind. The festival which was being headlined by Mary J. Blige, Alicia Key and Earth, Wind Fire attracted thousands of fans. According to witne ses K y who w w ring four inch b 1 fell on her derriere with her J going up in the air. She quickly recovered went to her piano and pur-ued with her performance. Alicia Keys who i over 5 month pregnant recent) hocked fan at the BET award during a tribute to Prin "''h n h jumped on t p of a piano to ng. Snoop Douu wanted To 'Rent' Entire Countrv Snoop Dogg is su rely reinventing the phrase "living large" as the rapper wanted to rent an entire coun try for a video s hoot. With his eyes set on the nation of Liechtenstein, having the size comparable to Staten Island, the deal placed on the table was skewed due to time constraints. However, the pure idea of s uch a thing was too hilarious to be taken seriously by the nation' s government. "There is no 'Fo r Rent' sign SNOOPDOGG on our country," ambassador Claudia Fritsche said. "No part of any government agency is involved in this. Kanve wears $3001 wonh 01 Jewelrv During Kanye West's comeback performance at the BET awards, the G.O.O.D. Music bead was seen perform ing his single "'Power and toting an incredibly large chain around his neck. Days later, reports have surfaced that Kanye's own ver sion of a "Big A Chain" and o ther jewelry cost him over 300,000. During his performance, Kanye wore several symbolic pieces including his over-sized necklace of Horus the god of the sky, war and protection in Egyptian religion KANYEWFST Additionally he wore a fourfinge r pyramid ring.

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Entertainment :!:! Dave Chappelle Forces Twista 10 50 Cent Disses DiddV Drop New Emeruencv landing oocumentarv After 'Freak Out' PITTSBURGH, PA --An emerge ncy landing of a private jet was deemed necessary after comedian Dave Chappelle "freaked out" and started showing outlandish behavior. According to airline offi cials, Chappelle was lab e l e d as a safety risk after becom ing a disturbance on a flight from New J e r e y to Ohi o on Frida but had to top in Pittsburgh to resolve the issue. Allegedly th e comedian, 36, refu ed to buckle hi at belt and repeatedly went int o th e cock-pit during tb flight and grabbed the arm of the pilot a t one point. Thing were becoming progres ively worse, especially after the landing as officials stated that after checking into a hotel and attempted to rent a car to go home he for got his own address. Some have called his behavior a result of stomach problems that he suffered after eating something that didn't agree with him. DAVE HAP PELLE Although a r e troom was availabl e, th comic didn' t feel that th y would b e nough t ea hi prob l m, ac ordin to r ports. Puttin th rum t a halt befor th ey ca n s t u rt h e h as s tated th a t h e i s n o t a ddi c t ed to drugs Since hi s d eparture fr o m The Chappelle Show, many have questioned his motives in all of hi s recent actions. From turning down millions to trips to Africa many hav e b e li eve d that the fam e and fortune ha gotten t o the comedian. 'IW1STA It's been a minute since we've I a t heard omething from th tongu twisting Twista. H ow v r, Twista i s back with t wo n w projects. On ept ember 28th Twista i expect e d to r e lea e his e i ghth olo album, "Th e P erfec t Storm" throug h Get Money Gan /EMI. Twi ts work d with produ r o I.D. aJon with gu tu fr m Ra kwon, T-Pain Ray J Wacka locka Flame, Yo Gottie and more Twista will also be rel eas ing a d ocumentary, which is called The Perfect Storm. p Th e d ocumentary will focu s on Twista's career and impact on hi s community in West Chicago "We're going to f ocus a l o t on th e violence in Chicago and h ow musi c and culture a ff ects th e co mmunity DIDDY And 50 CENT NEW YORK --50 Cent w h o turns 35, h as r es pond e d dir ctly to th e s ubliminal dis s h b lieve Diddy thr ew his way. 50 was quoted at a r ecent p erformance saying F *ck Diddy" prompting Diddy to s ubliminall y respond to him after the BET awards saying, wlf you're hating, you're a s u c ka and your breath stinks .. yo u know who I'm t a lkin g t o you h ati n a crab!" Now it' so's tum again and this time h e called out Diddy calli ng him a k bitch ", a Khot b"tch to be exact. Wh e n asked about Diddy taking s hots at him after the BET awards he responded It's pretty interesting because Diddy's lik e a T o describe Diddy in one word it would be a ... H e a l o took some some shots at his group Dirty Money, d ee ming Diddy the "hot b tch i n th e group that h angs around the ugly girls to get male attention. You know bow an ugly b *tcb has pretty friends. That's how he built his group. He wants to be the hot b*tch in the group .. he wants to make sure the n ggas wanna bolla at him ... he11 tell you himself that what hap-"11 pens in Miami stays in b Miami .. : :!:! It s been rumored that so's c recent beef with Diddy is l> because he opted to form a m super group with so's rival z Rick Ross and a slew of other rappers called "The Supreme Team", a name a linked to the shooting that left J;; so cent hit 9 times. z ., c m c CJ) m c m < m ll < _,. c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 "11 ll 0

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The Last Airbender-Highly disappointed! Director M. Night Shyamalan could have done a better casting. My little brother, William Wallace says the TV eries i better. Enough said! till made $57M. (Budget-$150M) [**] The Twilight Saga: Eclipse-Th vampires and werewolves join together to save Bella (Kristen Stewart). For the teen fans, don' t miss it! Made $158M. (Budget-$68M) [***] Grown Ups-Could have been funnier starring Adam Sandler and Chris Rock. Made $77M. (Budge t -$8oM) [**112] Knight And Day -Never miss a Tom Cruise movie. You can bet he' s going to bring the action. Made $45M. (Budget-$117M) [***112] Jonah Hex -This western received bad reviews, but I personally enjoyed it. Made $10M. (Budget -$47M) [***] Toy Story 3 -You couldn't get a better end-off for Woody, Buzz Lightyear and Co. Andy leaves for college and his mom donate the toys to a daycare. (2 hrs. long) Made $289M. (Budget -$2ooM) a [***lh J it Karate Kid -Excellent feel good I drama starring Will Smith's son, Jaden, and Jackie Chan. z Adults and kids will love this one. Will and Jada CC produced the movie. Made $152M. (Budget-40M) [**** plus some] c en The A-Team -1980s TV show gets a remake with more action and new stars. Quinton "Ram-._ ;:: page" Jackson plays Mr. T"s rol e as WB. A. Baracus" a: (2 hrs. long) Made $69M. -$110M) [ 112] Get Him To The Greek-Hilarious cnrncch w c w J: en ::::; m z about the mus ic industry. Dicldy wa s good in this role Definitely, not for kids Made $57M. (Budget$40M) [ .. 112] Killers-A hitman (Ashton Kitcher) fall s in love with a carefree computer expert (Katherine Heigl ). Comedy/action-packed. Made $45M. (Budget -$75M) [***112] tj ...J ...J m Prince Of Persia-The Sands Of Time: Jack Gyllenhaul plays a prince in this high adventure and action film. The onl y downfall is the actors resem...J bling the Persian race. Could have been a classi Enjoyed it! Made $88M. (Budget-. 2ooM) [th] w en < c a: 0 ...J u. RATINGS .... -Very Good I Good I -Average I Wait For Video Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd SuHe 102 Tampa, Florida 33607 1703 Palmetto Ave. Plant City, FL 33563 ALL MY CHILDRENAngie becom es disoriented; Jesse is s u spended; Greenlee confronts David. There i s a qu estio n about what Krystal will tell Caleb about the Chandlers; Colby turns down the intern s hip in New York; Jackson questions Erica about Caleb. AS THE WORLD TURNS -Chris is invited to help relief efforts in Haiti ; concern for Bar bara dis s ipat es when Paul gets a postcard from her. Barbara is comforted b y a toy clown; Paul finds Will Gwen and Hallie in Old Town BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Ridge is confused by Brooke 's lates t decision regardillg her future at Forrester Creations; Nick issues a stern warning to Jackie ; Hope is sus picious about Oliver's r ece nt change of attitude; Owen and Bridget experience an awkward moment. Brooke makes a s hocking announcement to the Forresters; Owen and Bridget are stunned by Nick's warning to Jackie ; Bridget crosses the line during an emotional confession to Owen; Oliver's words of advice lead Hope to makes a heartbreaking decision. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Nicole discovers EJ was behind Sydney's kidnapping; Abe and Lexie wonder if they have more to give; Sami reacts to Gabi singing Rafe's lullaby to Sydney; Carly and Melanie discuss th eir reservations about Chloe; EJ and Sami bond at the lake. Carly t ells Chloe she will keep her secret pending a paternity test; Stephanie's wary of Philip's strange behavior; Daniel tells Victor what Chloe means to him; Nicole reveals to EJ that she knows his secre t; Caroline yel l s at Maggie and Victor. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Olivia has a good-bye tryst with Johnny; Sonny lays down the law to Kristina; Maxie plants a kiss on Lucky. Alexis tells Sonny be should use birth control; Robin comes on to Patrick in the supply closet; Spinelli makes a decision. ONE UFE TO UFEBlair makes a promise to Tea; Hannah may know who pushed Marty; Starr and Cole come face-to-face. Eli threatens Hannah; David convinces Matthew to stay quiet; Cristian and Layla rush off to see Evangeline. THE YOUNG AND THE RFSfLESS -Chloe 's spy games continue ; Billy pulls a fast one on Abby Paul fights to prove Patty's innocence; Skye returns to save Adam. HOROSCOPES Today's BirthdayWorking from a so lid base of researc h and logic, you combine good judgment with hard work t o a('('()mplish many of goals more quickl y than yo u thought pos sib l e Y ou haw abundant energy for w o rk and for roma n ce Youll overcome a huge challenge thi s Cancer (June 22-July 22) -organizatio nal chaos lik e dropping you r binder with papers Y o u scramble t o ga ther them B y days end ifs all back in place. Leo (July 23-Aug. 2.2) -You und ers tand the circumstances s urrounding your work. Others are a m azed that you can s tep back. see l v hafs up a nd redirect efforts Virgo (Aug. 23-8ept. 22)Toda y yo u obsess ove r financial issues. Any dela y causes fric tion betwee n you and a n o lder person. Break through resistance, and just do it. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)Provid e your family with an umbrella composed of imagination, nurturing. hard work and luck. Dont obsess over things that may never happen. Scorpio (Oct. 2.3-Nov. 21) Multiple avenues open for creative communication Group members focus on prac tical details K eep your eye on the big picture. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)Begin on an optimistic note. Step-by-step logic allows you to judge progress as yo u go. Avoid immersion in details for best perspective. Capricorn (Dec. :u-.Jan. 19) -Someone outside your group injects urgent questions into the mix A seeming proble m turns into opportunity when you discuss the details. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Mone y's not necessarily the root of all evil, but certainly provides many co mpl aints today. A letter or email provides an interesting solution. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) G lamour and e legance color your plans today Add sophis tication to any written or other creative work. Leave final decisions for later. Aries (March 21-April19) Take time today to gather infonnation for creative plans. l11at way, you don t h ave to stop forward progress to c h eck facts. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Behind -the-sce nes conversations give you plenty of food for thought. Later you realize th e s lippery detail s, impacts and ramifications Gemini (May 21-June 21)I f yo u find yo u rse l f fretting about household matters, talk it over with your partne r d es ignat e asp nding limit and get supplies.

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Funerals I Aikens MR. WILBERT CHARLES GRAHAM, JR. A private family gathering was held for Mr. Wilbe.rt C. Graham, Jr., of14038 Wolcott Drive, Tampa, who pa ed away on Friday, July 2, 2010. Mr. Wilbert C. Graham, Jr. was born on October 17, 1947 in Tampa. He w a graduate of Middl ton High Scllool Cl of 1965. He ef\ioy d watching televi ion and playing cards with family and friends. He leaves to cherish his memories: two brothers, Maj. Leroy Gaines and wife, Lynn of Murray, Kentucky, and (Ret.) Sgt. Freddie Hires and wife, Elsie of Tampa; sisters, Coretba F. Davis, Margarete Hires, Cora Lee Hires and Patsy Wilson, all of Tampa; nephew, Louis Lee Davis of Tampa; a host of cousins; and best friends. Samuel A. Cbllds, Gloria Johnson, Tameka Williams, Tonia B. Brooks, FeHdty Kelley, Pearl Gooden, Angelica Corbett, Georgia Coles, Cynthia Wilson, Sbawna Bishop, Patrida Wilson, Leola Holton, Pinky Waddy and Rochelle Perry. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME BlmDIY MEMORIAM CARLOS RENETO CUMMINGS July 2, 1986-Mayt8, 1995 Happy birthday, Carlos. Fond memories of you will bring joy to our hearts. We miss and love you dearly. Your grandparents, Melvin Norton and Vivian Guzman Norton, and famlly MRS. JOANNA DOYLE HUNTER A celebration of life for Joanna Doyle Hunter who passed away on Saturday, July 3, 2010, will be held on Saturday, July to, 2010, at u a . m. at St. John Progre ive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 East Chipco Avenue, Tampa, 336o5. Reverend Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr. will be officiating. Interment will follow at the Garden of Memori 4207 East Lake Avenue, Tampa, 33610. Joanna wa born F bruary 12, 194 in Tampa, t ez.e ll and Reverend John y l r. h edu ted in th borough unty School tem. Joanna was a 1962 bono graduate from Middleton Sr. High School. She continued her education by earning an Associate of Arts degree from Gibbs Jr. College in St. Peters burg, FL. Joanna retired from General Telephone Company as a supervisor in 1994 after twenty eight yeaNJ of dedicated service. She was a faithful member of St. John Prog:re!isive Missionary Baptist Church for 15 years. She was preceded in death by! her parents, De:l.e.ll and Reverend John Doyle, r.: brother, Barna Doyle; and sister. Etheline Jackson. Joanna leaves to cherish her memories: h e r loving and faithful husband of nearly 3 yeaNJ, Phillip Hunter; belo'-ed daught r, Monica Hunter penc r (All); adoring grand daughter, falani pen sis ten. Barbara Ann Franklin. Ruth Brantley. Naomi Jone and Priscilla Watson. all of Tamp ; brother5. John Doyl Jr. (Marl n ) of Tacoma, WA. JairtuJ Doyt Titu Doyl and Doyl ail ofTampa. Ft.: aunts, Locester Richardson f Thonot FL, Mary Lee McMUlan and Clara J m both ofTampa, and Nard88U8 Campbell ofTrenton, NJ; and a host of otb r rrowing famUy and friends. The viewlns will be Friday, July 9. 2010, frolb s..S p. m. at Alkens Fun rat Hom 2708 But Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, 33610. The famJly will receive fri nd.s at 7 p.m. Friends and family are ked to assemble at St. John Progressive Ml ionary Baptist Church at 10;45 a. m. Al.KENS FUNERAL HOME MOTHER V ANESSIE TUCKER Homegoing services for Mother Vanessie Tucker of 1001 31st Avenue, who passed away Friday, JuJy 3, 2010, will be held Saturday, July ao 2010, at 11 a. m. at Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church, t6o5 N. Nebraska Avenue ElderTheodis Lane, Pastor, B hop Dr. BiLly G. Newt n officiating. lntennent will be in Rest Ha en Memorial Park m tery. M th r an Tucker was rn January t 1914 in h un unty, rgia. Mother a Iovin wife and a faithful t of th Lord at an early age.. She was a member of Pentecostal Holiness Church. She was preceded in death by: her parents. Joe and Annie Holley; her husband, Rosco Tucker; and sons, James Tucker and Bobby Tucker. Mother Tucker is survived by: her children, Rossie George. Wlllle Tucker, Sr., and Emma Jean Drew; ftT8Jldch Udren. Andrew George. La tisha George. Clai"CJ1tt Warren, Jr. (Vivian), Angda W hington (Gary) Delois Tucker, WUUe James Tucker. Charles Tuck.er, Darryl Tucker. Tammy Tucker. Anthony Tucker. B rbara Re'Cd (Ned). Darlene Reed, Pamela Tucker Wtllle Tucker. Jr. (Cherise), Ricky Tucker. WHIIam Tucker and Robert Tucker. 46 great grandchil dren and 20 great-great grandchildren; brother. J. C. Holley (Johnnl fae) of Orlando:. ters. Iammi Rutha Gl n of Orlando, and Ullian Robinson of Edison. Georgia: i .stensinlaw. Inez Holley of Orl ndo. Ma ine Holl y of Orlando. 0 ada Bro of Miami, TuckerofColum-bia, and Marl Aikens of brother-in-law, Horace Tu r of tiami; goddaugh ters Laura Thom of Edison, and Juanita Jacob of Tampa; th Pentec:o5tal mbli of tb Wol'ld, Inc.; and a host of ni nephe cousin and other sorrowing relati and friends. The remains wiU repose at Alkens Fun raJ Home on Friday, July 9 2010, from s 8 p. m. The family wUl receive friend.s from 6-7 p. m. Family and fri nds are asked to meet at the church by 10t45 a.m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Harmon MISSSYLIA ALUSON BRYANT Homegoing Se.rvices for Little Miss Sylia Allison Bryant, who took flight to join the heavenly angels on July s 2010, will be held Saturday July 10, 2010, at 11 a. 10. at Exdting Faith Alive At Tampa Bay Church 2725 N. Florida Avenue, Tampa, Pastor Antoni R. Hawkins offidating.lntenneot will be held at Rest Hav n M morial Park t.ery Tampa. Little Mi 8ylia was born on ovember 27 2009. She was affectionatelv known as "Tuda Momma" and will be missed by ail. She was preceded in death by: her maternal grandmother, Loveviona Moore; and paternal grandfather, James '"Tuda Momma" leaves to cherish fond memories with: loving. caring and devoted par ents. Taketa Bailey and Silas Bryant, Jr.; sisters, Yvette Joseph Jasmine, S)'lida and Yahta Bryant; paternal grandmother, Margaret Little; rna te:rnal grandfather, Frank Bailey; maternal great grand mother, Klease loore; pater nal great grandparents. Deacon Oli,.-er and Emma Black; aunts, Jobneasha Jack-tia Bryant, Bryant. Tarcha Jacob Audrey Lewi and Kayta Le ; uncle Yin cent Moore: and a host of other IT'OWing co lns, famIly and frien Vi itation for Uttle M' SyUa Bryant will be rriday, July 9, 2010, &om 6-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 ort.h 40th treet, Tampa, 33610. Family and Friends are asked to assembl at the Church at 10:4sa. m. A HARMON BURIAL MISS ANNIE JEAN FWYD Homegoing services for Miss Annie Jean Floyd, who passed away on June 27 2010, will be held Saturday, July to, 2010, at 2 p. in. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with a local minister, officiating. Interment will be private. Miss Annie Jean Floyd leaves c.. c: an andJ'muny Knight en of Valdosta, Georgia; nepbews, m David Leon Smith, Charles !i Fowler, Kenny Jackson and z Dione Fowler, aD ofTampa, and m Ervin Johnson and Cb.arlie r;Johnson of Valdosta, Georgia; OJ nieces, Monique Fowler, Ju-mine Floyd and Nancy Floyd; I cousin, Janioe Sapp ofValdosta, !!l Georgia, Shirley Ann and busband ofValdosta, Georgia; and a z bost of other family and friends. Fri.euds attendi.n& the home m goin& servioe are asked to as-C: semble at the Fun.eral Home at en 1:4Sp.m. m C JANICE MARIE COCHRAN June 22, 1957-July7, 2008 ln loving memory of our godmother. Words can't describe how much you are loved and missed! Your god children: Darryl. Jr. and Kalvina Cum minas, and &ita MitChell and family. m < m :D -< -1 c: m en c ?< z c :::u c ?< JOHN LF0.813 616-8600 JAMEs liAIMoN LID 5002 N. 40th StrHt lllimN. Florida 33810

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Funerals Memoriams 0) ::::> Harmon ...., ....--------. .... c a: LL SIS. REATHAR. HALL Homegoing services for Sis. Reatba R. Hall, who passed away July 2, 2010, will be held Saturday, July to, 2010, at 11 a. m. at New Hope MB Church, 3005 E Ellicott St., Tampa, Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Sis. Hall was a native of Alachua, FL. and a faithful member of New Hope MB Church, serving on Usher Ministry until her health began to decline. C She was preceded in death a: by: her husband, Louis Hall; LL parents, Malachi and Mary C Agnes Robinson; brothers, William Robinson, Jessie Robinson, Ulysses Robinson, J. D. Me.rriex, Donnell Mere riex, Henry Robinson and f3 James Robinson; sisters. E l::::> dora Tindle, Ida Mae Keith, Alma Adams, F1orida Mae > Merriex, Edith Davl and ffi Essie Mae Dixon; and grand> son, Bruce L Spivey, Jr. &&I She leaves to cherish many C w :I: UJ :::; fond memories of her life with: 3 daughters, Narcis Hall Hooks and husband, Samuel, Patricia Hall Louisy and husband, Breland, and Andretha Hall Reeves and husband, M1chael; grandson, Samuel Louis Hooks; sisters-in-law, Cen1a Merriex, Ellen Robinson, Ollie M. Williams. Fnmc:a Branch, Ida Mae Higsin3 and Vontine Mc.Betb; brothen-inlaw, John S. Hall and wife, Mary Ann, and Apsta Jacobs; special n:l LeeancHa Cobb, Pauline Haya, Ronn1ce Howard and hwtband, Otia, Johnn1e Mae Barnes and hwtband, Wen deD, Wanda Clemmona and Frecijena Warren; spcdal fiienda, Dea. Lenton and Mary Douglu, Delores Hunter, Howard Scott, Thelma Swain, Nina Laster, Lottie Pickens, VerneD McBride, Pauline Rhynea and Edna Sm1th; and a host of loving nlecea nephews and other relatives and friends. Visitation for Sis. Reath. a R. Hall wiD be held thJs Friday even1ng from 5 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 4otb Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the home going service are uked to as aemble at the church at 10145 a.m. A HARMON BURIAL MS. ESTEllA JOHNSON Homegoing services for Ms. E .. itella Johnson, who passed away on July 1, 2010, will be held Saturday, July to, 2010, at 2 p. m. at New Hope MB Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, Tampa, 33610, witb Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, pastor, officiating. Interment will be held at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, Tampa. Miss Estella Johnson leavt.'1i to cherish her memory: n host of niece nephew and other r clativ s and friends. Visitation for M Est e ll a Johnson will be held this Friday evening from 5-8 p. m at Ha.rmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the home going service are asked to assemble at the church at 1:45 p. m. A HARMON B RIAL PATRICIA ROBERSON Ou:rBdoved BleMed a .nd beloved wife and mother, Patricia Roberson. Bl d is th one that was pure in heart. Gone, but not fo .... gotten we mJss you dearly. July two yean, yet seemsu )'e8terday. Love, your son and daughter, An'tonJo and Lawanda and dear husband, Willie Rober80n. Oldham MRS. DOROTHY ROGERS FRIERSON The memorial service honoring the life of "A Silent Heroine," Mrs. Dorothy Rogers Frierson, will be held Saturday, July 10, 2010, at 11 a. m. at 34th Street Church of God. The R v. Shelly Truss of B etha n y ChrL tian ente r providing the eul ogy. Mrs. Frierson was the first Black nurse (LPN) h .ired to work at Tampa General Hospital, taking the job at the request of the local NAACP. She often recalled the difficult days working there because the white patien did not want her to touch tbem and many of the doctors and nurses tre.ated h e r badly. She remembered many ti m going into the broom closet to cry. but stayed and because he did not want to disappoint or let down the NAAC P Mrs. Frierson l e ft Tampa General and started for the Hillsborough County Sheriff Department. She was one oftbe first nun;es to in tbe Orient Road Jail Clinic when it opened. Mrs. Frie .... son was disability-retired from the Sheriff's Department a fter completing a8 )'-e.&:rS ln tbe florida t:ate Retirement ywtem. Mn. Fri MJOn born In rawfonh;n grew up in Atlanta, and moved to Tampa in 1945. he preceded ln death by: her beloved mother/aunt, Mrs. Ethel Alford; and son, Mrs. Frierson graduated &om Middleton HIP School and got an AA from Gibbs Junior College, St. Petenburs, FL. Sh leaYes loving memories of h r to: dn-oted son, Ja.m W. Rogen and wUi Florence; daughter, Jacqueline Barr and h e r special friend, Harry Old ham, Ill; sister, WliUc Ruth Turner; three grandchlldren, Gerald Rogen (Chuck), larenc:e Barr, ll and Jameshia Rogcl'ti Scott; great grands, Gerald Rog n1 II, Nygel Bell Barr; Yasmine Barr, April Diamond Rogen, Marcus SC:ott and Myron Scott; nieces Marcia Turn r and Stephani Wom ack; nephew, Roos velt Turner (Cynthia); grand nieces and nephew; Jacquelyn Thomas and Tommle Wo mack; and many other rela tiv and frl nds. OLDHAM 1'1JNE RAL HOME .Lakeland, FL Rav Williams MS. CHERYL E. ANDERSON Ms. Cheryl E. Anderson of 5406 Aragon Court, passed away Sunday, July 4, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, July 1 2 2010, at 11 a. m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, too6 West Cypress Street, Reverend W. James Favorite, pastor. Interment will follow in F1ori .da National Ce.met.ery, Bushnell, FL MB. Cheryl Anderson was a native of Perris, California, and a resident of Tampa for over 30 years. She was a member of the United States Air Force and served in tbe Gulf War. She was employed as a posta.l employee for the U.S. P osta.J Service. She was preceded in death by: ber parents, John and Emma Barber. and a sister, Martha Ba.rrian of South Carolina.. Sbe leaves to cherish her memory: three daughters, Keiba Battle and Kasha Battle, both of Tampa, and Monique John (Kelvin John, spouse) of Wesley Chapel 2 granddaughters, Arris Sonn1er and Alexandria McL)'Dlont of Tampa; a brother, Rob M .ar-baU (Carolyn Marshall spouse); a spe:d.al "sister friend", Sylvia Johnson of Tampa; an aunt, til1a Rudolph r Coatsville, p"' an uncle, Anthony Barber (A.rzella Barber, spouse) of Coatsville, PA; and a stepfather, Ira Fullwood of upply, NC. Th remaill5 will repose after 3 p. m., Sunday, July u 2010, at Ray wtlliams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes &: Northern, Owners MRS. NANCY LEE SHUMAN Mrs. Nancy Lee Shuman of 2115 West State Street, passed away Monday, Julys, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July to, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 West Cypress Street, with Reverend W. James Favorite, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Shuman was a native of Blicbton, FL. and a resi dent of Tampa for over 75 years. She leaves to cherish her memory: her daughters, Myrna Pha Shuman and Sartura Shuman Smith and sonin-law, Derek Smith; sister-in-law, Thelma K. Shuman; nieces and nephews, Ernestine Phillips (David), Leesa Phillips and daughter, Za.meenah Phillips, Harry Sbum.an, Delores Hun.ter, Beverly Jean Bellamy (Stanley), Fontaine Wells, Ann Marie Adderly (Patrick) and Kathy Lynn Mortimer; devoted friends, Ruby W. Brown, Gloria Ph.ilmore, Mary Gadson, Doreatha Thompson and Gary Valdez; and a host of other dear relatives and friends. The remains wiD repose after 5 p. m., Friday, .July 9, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WD.UAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes &: Northern, Owners. ... A Family's Friend In Their Time Of Need"' 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... OWner 813-237-5775 ()Ill I Jllllh t .111 \ L .'\.'l 1 \ 'lll I 11111 h '\ l

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Funerals/Memoriams Stone's MR. JAMES BLACK, SR. On Tuesday, July 6, 2010, God found it best to call Mr. James Black, Sr. from labor to reward. A celebration of life for Mr. James Black, Sr. will be held Saturday, July 10, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church, 1225 N. Nebra ka Avenue, Tampa, Dr. Willie Williams, pastor, officiating. Interment will be held at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL, on Monday, July 12, 2010. Mr. Black was a native of Tampa and received Christ at an early age. He attended Hillsborough County Public Schools. He erved in the U. S. Army during the Korean Conflict and was honorably discharged. Jam r tired from Harbor Island and was also a foster grandparent and Lee Elementary. He was preceded in death by a loving wife, Mary Alice 'Black; his first wife, Barbara Louise Black; mother, Cora Freeman Black; father. Ekeziel Black; brothers. Ekeziel Blae.k, Jr. and Black; and sister, Cora Lee Alford. He leaves to cherish his loving and wonderful memories: daughter, Sandra L. Black-Flood; son, James Black, Jr.; adopted daughter, Tracey Jenkins; grandchildren, Ca andra T. Flood, Lynnette Flood, Elijah Black and Cbasion Coney; great grandchildren, Ka andra M. Flood, Robert D. Kelley, Antionette C. Prater-Flood and Ramiyab A. Flood-Dawson; great, great grandchild, Syreetab Flood; special niece, Sylvia A. Williams; special nephew, Alfred Black, Jr.; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose on Friday, July 9, 2010, at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, from 5-7 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church, 1225 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, at 10145 a. m., Saturday, July 10, 2010. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Horne, Edward W. Stone, Jr., L.F.D. "A FANNIE B. STON TRADITIONAL SERVICE" MRS. ElSIE ARMWOOD McLAURIN A private graveside service for Mr Elsie Armwood McLaurin will be held W dne day, July 14, 2010. Mrs. lsie Armwood McLaurin passed away at home in Seffner, FL, early Wednesday morning, July 7, 2010, around 12:25 a.m. She was formerly a teacher in the Hillsborough County and Pinella County chool y -collectively C: r 41 years. hew taun h hri in-law, Tensley Couch, Sr. of Marianna, FL; 2 nieces, Lisette c: Johnson of Tampa and Ondrail Couch-McMillan of co Orlando; 4 nephews, Douglas Couch (Katie) of Albany, GA., Tensley Couch, Jr. (Brenda) of 0 Ocala, FL, and Marvin Couch (Helen) and Eddie Couch of Marianna, FL; grandchildren, Sharon Hawkins of Tampa, Kenneth Council of California, and David Council, Jr. of Tampa; countless. great grandchildren, great nieces and nephews, great-great nieces and nephews, cousins and Christian friends. A native of Marianna, FL, Mrs. Jones relocated to Tampa over 6o years ago. She was extremely active in the work of the Lord. Mrs. Jones had been a member of St. John for over 6o years. There she held numerous positions as Jesus opened doors for her to travel all over the United States. She was a true anointed mission-ary. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m., Friday July 9, 2010, at Wtlson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street and from 12-2 p. m., Saturday, .July to, 2010, at St. John Cathedral. Friends are as.ked to assemlfle at the church at approximately 1=45 p. m., Saturday. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralh.om.e.com "'T'' r 0 ::0 c )> C/) m z :::! z m r;m c r r m :::! --------------------------------------------IZ IN lOVING ANNlE MAE DANIELS {AUNT FAn unri e: 6--42 unset: s-u-o8 Forever in our hearts and minds. Sadly missed. Your loving family. IN LOVING HAZEL THORNTON Sunrise: 12-13-69 Sunset: 6-2o-o8 Missing you. Your loving__ family. OF c: m r c;; m c m < m ::0 < -4 c m C/) c )> z c "'T'' c

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Memoriams N I Memorial Service SIS. DOROTHY ANDERSON LUCAS The memorial service honoring the life and legacy of Sis. Dorothy Anderson Lucas, who transitioned from this life on July 1, 2010, will be held Saturday, July 10 2010, at 2 p. m. at E.'Ccitlng Central Tampa Baptist Church, 2923 > N. Tampa St., Pastor Jeffery was a native of Tampa. She IE: was educated by the Hillsborou&h County School District. w She wo1'ked fo1' HHlsborough C County Schools TrnnsportnW tion for t8 years. She was preceded in death ::; by: her father, James AnderID liOn; daQihter, Mell.aa Lucas WDey; grandmother, Gussie z Blakely; aunts, Mary Daniels, i: CoDeeti Sails and Barbara ill Jones; and anc:le, Shorty _,Jones. S Dol"Othy lava to cherish ID her a Iovin& liOn, ..:, Elijah Lucas (Gina); alovlnJ daUJbter, Erica Local (Tony); s:: a devotecl mother, moabe z Robbulon; brother, Jamu w Andenon; 5 slsten, Evanxel -0 t.t Janice Stephens, Van c( Blakely (ll'p01de), Kathy Andenon, Amber SlnaJetary O (Putor Jeffery SlnaJetary), _, and Prophetess Gall Bol &&.. (Putor Eddie 8 granddilldren, Erika, Shawn, QulnteDa, Craig, Cralisa, Eli-Nalaijah and Emarlya; great granddaa&hte.r, Nlyab; 7 nieces, Nekka, Sbondale (Quinn), Nlldd, .Kim, Amber, Ebone and Alaina; 6 nephews, Benny, James Ronald, C. J. (Meeka), Jabo, Andy and Brandon; aanbl, LaUJ"a Smalley, Rose Jon and Pauline Jones; uncle, Carden Jones; c:owdrua, Jimmy, Beatrice, Thomu, Ceclla (WDllam), Sharon (Wade), Superintendent Jehie Smalley (Sharon), James (Shai'Oo), Crail (Gwendolyn), Tammy, Laura (Jerry), and E'Velyn (Cleo); a h08t of othel" relative and frlendl; special frlencb, Larry Newman, .Kathy, Ms. Pre-c( doWJ, Betty Jackson and ,.(. Samantha. N Family and frienda are w uked to auemble at the CJ ehurcb at approximately 1145 p. m., Saturday. Memorial Service MR. OSCAR STRONG A memorial service for Mr. Oscar Strong, who passed away July 1, 2010, will be held Saturday, July 10,2010, at 3 p. m. at 6522 East 23rd Avenue, Apt. A. Mr. Strong was born on February 19, 1952, and in Tampa until his call to rest. Mr. Strong wu pret:eded In death by: his wife, the late Elizabeth Strong; and his parent. the late Prentis Uoyd Strong, Sr. and Jannie Strong. C herished memories always to: his two daughters. Desiree \Vatson of Tampa. and Maria Ingram and hu band, F.ric of Williamsburg, VA; 4 L'ltcrs. Theona Wllllam.H, Melonese Kegler and Allie Pitt all of Tampa. and Deloreti Boyd of Fitzgerald, GA: 2 brothers. Pn:ntis Uoyd trong . Jr. and John Quincy trong, both of Tampa 4 KJ'1l.Ddchlldren, Dazya, Dataney, Centurie and F.ric Jr.: and O.'i hru.'t nephews. cou inN and other relatives a .nd sorrowing friends. IN MEMORIAM BRITIANY MILLS Every ince the day you left, my life hasn't been the arne. I find myself crying and calling out your name. Lord, take care of my baby girl, which I know You will do. She is my little angel, and now she belongs to You. From, your loving mom and family. IN MEMORIAM ARTHUR MILLER 10/7/36 -?/8/2009 Lord and mper and family. MRS. FANNIE SANDERS Sunrise: Aprilu, 1920 Sunset: June 14,1989 Mom, we all miss you so much. Our hearts are full of love and joy knowing God bas you in His care forevet'. Continue to rest in peace. With love, your family, M r Joseph Sanders, Sr., Joseph, Jr. Ulysses, Mary, Billie and Linda, grandchildren and relatives. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM GLORIAJ. BROWN July 9 1946-December 24, 2004 Mama. we're missing you and loving you every minute of cvervda,, always. your children. Robert and Tootsie. HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN HEAVEN CARLOS RENETO CUMMINGS July 2 1986 -May 18, 1995 Carlo.'i, not only on your birthday, but e'\>ery breath that we breathe, you are remembered. Oh how much you are missed and loved. We aD are going to rejoice when we are reunited in heaven. Also, happy birthday to Anesha Cummings (July 10); our arandmother, Vivian Guzman Branch (July 1, 1913); and Willie Buster Smith (July 15, 1915), Parents, Darryl and Andrea Cummings; siblings, Darryl, Jr., Evita Mitchell and Kalvina Cummings; grandparents, Melvin Norton and Vivian Guzman Norton; and fam

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Crime Robberv suspect Rams Sherin's Car Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies report that at 11:44 a.m. Wednesday, a man entered the Sweetbay Grocery Store in Valrico and attempted to pass a bad check. While waiting for the verification of the check, the suspect reportedly stole a wallet. The owner of the wallet wit nessed the theft and followed the suspect out of the store and through the parking lot. She started screaming for help and a man driving through stopped to help. He got out of his vehicle and chased the suspect. The suspect struck the man as he was fleeing the parking lot. The man received minor injuries. A deputy witnessed the incident and activated his emergency lights. The suspect reportedly saw the deputy approaching and rammed the cruiser head on The deputy called for backup while the suspect backed his vehicle up and rammed the cruiser again. A second deputy responded to the call for help and as he ANfONIO DAVIS ... robbery rruspect being sought by pollee pulled into the parking lot, he struck a light pole to avoid hitting the suspect's vehicle and suffered a minor head injury. According to Tampa Police, the suspect vehicle was found abandoned Wednesday after noon in East Tampa, on Lake Avenue and 19th Street. It is described as a large maroon or red older model vehicle. Police identified the suspect as Antonio Davis, 45 He is being sought on charges of aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer and aggravated assault. Probation omcer Resigns After Investigation An investigation by the Department of Corrections has led to a probation officer resigning about r eceiving text alerts concerning a convicted rapist. Pamyla Crompton, an on-call probation officer, allegedly received text alerts earl y New Year's Day as authorities were trying to locat e Tommy Lee Sailor. According to authorities, she sai d s he did not rec eive them. On New Year's Day, Sailor, 38, was at Tilleyis Place in South Tampa, and met a 19-year-old woman. Th y left together at 2:45 a m Official s at the DOC had been trying to make contact with Sailor, possibly because he had removed his GPS tracking device. Text alerts about Sailor were sent to Crompton at 12:44 a.m. and 1:57 a m. Tampa Pollc said Sailor sexually batt red the woman some time befor 4 a.m., using a screwdriver as a weapon After the attack, the depart ment defended Crompton, saying a Verizon cell phon service may have been the reason she didn't receive the messages in time. The inve tigation later determined th messages were received, but Crompton s lept through th m and lat r d leted them Crompton has re s ign d her position. Or tl PI s inger, Director of ommunications for the D. .C., said the inv -tigation by the Inspector General's Offic is over. "The allegation agajnst Crompton was s ub stantiat d for Improper conduct, and s he resign d. Plessiqer said there wer no criminal charges filed and Crompton was not Sailor's assigned probation officer. a As a result of this in id nt, we've initiated a call fr system, where If one officer doesn't respond, anoth r is automatically contacted. That will b don by th e call c nt r that hand) s all of the OPS checks." Serial Robber Arrested JONATHAN VARNES LAKELAND -Lakeland Police have arrested Jonathan T. Varnes, 22, for robbery, and anticipate charging him with another. Varnes was arrested in Zephyrhills Wednesday and charged with a robbery that occurred July 1st. Information from the investigation led police to file robbery charges on Varnes from an incident that occurred at a BP Gas Station on June 26th. During that robbery, Varnes allegedly entered the store and confronted a clerk with what appeared to be a handgun, demanding money. At some point. police said the clerk r cali7.ro the weapon was a toy gun and a physical altercation began. Varnes was able to flee from the store ,,;th t'ash and the clerk rcccivro minor injuries from the scuffle. w m nlnJured lnVI lent mel n I ST. PETER B RG -St. Petersburg Police are lool..'in.g for a man who reported) beat a woman during a home inva sion. According to reports, Brenda House, 52, was s l ping in her apartment on Sh:th treet, South when she woke up shortly befure 1 a.m. Monday to th sound of someone breaking in. Police report that House fuught with the intruder, but was struck on the head, possi bly with a gun, and leaving her with a fractured skull. House played dead while the suspect took money and mon ey ord rs from th apart ment. After the suspect left, police said House ran to a n eighbor's apartment and called police, she was hospitalized and is reported to be in stable condition. House told police she could not identify the suspect because he was wearing a hooded sweatshirt. TeenauerCharuedln Hit And Run Death VINEZ DELEMOS was ldlled by hit and run driver The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office announced the arrest of a tee.nager suspected of d .riving a vehicle involved in a hit and run death. Vinez Delemos, 31, and her boyfriend were walking on 78th street early Monday morning when she sat down in the roadway. As she sat in the roadway, deputies said she was struck by a van that fled the scene. Delemos was pronounced dead at the scene. Detectives were able to locate the suspect vehicle and th e investigation continued to locate the driver of the van. Luis Angel Castro, 18, was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a crash "'ith death and driving with a suspended license. He is in jail with a bond of $15, 250. LUIS ANGEL CASTllO hitting Delemos as she sat in the road. Angelica Delemos, Vmez's sister,' said Vmez was born in the Bronx, New York. she came to Tampa with her mother when she was 12 or 13. Her mother passed away while they were here, 'TI and she stayed. being raised 5 by aunts and her grandmoth-er." "Vmez bad a troubled life, but was recently baptized, and was adamant about attending church and taking care of her 12-year-old daughter, Dunchie." en m z ::1 z m r I m c: r r m ::1 z Angelica said although she and her sister weren't raised together, she knew Vinez enjoyed singing and was a very laid back person, "0 mostly keeping to herself. i Vmez bas 6 sisters and a r brother, and her setvices are being arranged by Serenity m Meadows Funeral Home. 0 m < m :a < other Charged -4 c: m en 0 Failing To Protect Toddler INA ASHE ... mother charpd MAR USBROWN .. .stepfather was charsedwith baby's death LAKELAND-On Tu day, Ina Marcia he, 33, was arre t d aft r a grand jury indict d h r fur the death of h r son, Deonclray he 2. Sh was charged with failing to pro h r child On June 14, 2010, Lakeland Polic r port that offic rs r sponded to th 1 700 block of Fred ricksburg Avenue and found Deondray not breath ing An autop y det rmin d th caus of death to be blunt trauma caus d by impa t to th head. DEONDRAY ASHE .. beaten to death ,. z 0

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0 T"" 0 N 0) =:i ;:) ""') c a: u. c a: ""' c z c c 0 w :::) .... > a: w > w c w % en :J m :::) D.. z ti ..... ..... :::) m ..:, w z w 0 c c a: 0 Making This Right Beaches Claims Cleanup Economic Investment Environmental Restoration Health and Safety Wildlife For information visit bp com Facebook: BPAmerica Twitter: OBP ...America YouTube: BPplc For as.siS1an08, please oall: To repon oil on the shorefrle : !8661448-5816 To report impected wildlife (866) 557-1401 To make SJ)ilk"ellted claims: (8001440-0858 My name IS Darryl Wdhs and I'm responsible fOf overseeing BP's claims process i n the Gulf coast I was born and raised in louisiana At age 70. my mother lost her home to Hurricane Katrina. Afterwards. she experienced enonnous frustration So I know first hand that when tragedy strikes on a scale hke thts people need help Without a lot of hassles. Independent Clim Compenution Fund Woricing with the Pres ident. we' ve created a $20 billion fund to satisfy all legitimate claims This fund will be administered by a highly respec t ed Independent overseer and will not come at arry cost to taxpayerS. How To Fie A C1aim T o speed helo BP's Claims Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 1-000-M0 -0858 When someone calls. they'll find out how t o submrt then dam and can schedule a face-to-face meeting with o ne o f our cla1ms speoahsts After meetmg, we Will be in touch irffour days or less and can i ssue them a check right on the spot They can also file onhne at bp .com/daims Replacing Lost Monthly Income Our focus has been on helpmg the fishermen. s m all businesses ana others who aren t able to wof'X until the spill is deaned up. by making payments t o replace their lost monthly income. These payments will cont.nue for as long as needed. We have already paid tens of thousands of daims amounting to more than $1 00 million. We have recentJy simplified and accelerated the payment of commercial large loss daims. Over one thousand people are here to help in 33 walk-in claims offices in the GuH We have PfOmtsed to honor all legitimate claims and we wit. Our RelpoiMIIbilty The Gulf is my home. Doing this right is important to me. My commitment is that we will keep you informed, and weu be here as long as it takes. We may not always be perfect. but we Wtll make this nght. bp

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FLORIDA SENTINEL... -.... FRIOAY,JULV9,201il B Sentinel Publisher, President Anend NNPA Convention In New York Citv From June 16th through the 19th, New York City's Sheraton Hotel and Towers wa s th e setting for more than 200 African American publishe r s attending the 70th anniversary of th e National Newspaper Publishers Association. The the m e of this yea r 's e v e nt was Power To Influ e nc e Black A m e ri ca u Among the high profile lead ers who attended the conference included: National U rb a n League CEO, Marc Morial; Rainbow PUSH founder Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr.; NAACP CEO, Benjamin Jealous; United Negro Co llege Fund EO, Michael Lomax; Dr. Charles Ogletree, Jesse Climenko Pr ofe or of Law, Harvard University; National Association of Black Journalists pr eside nt Kathy T imes; C ivil Rig ht s activist and talk s ho w h os t Rev. AI S harpton, and Dr. Bernice King, presidente lect Southern Christian Leadership Confe r e n ce (SCLC). "Th e Black Press has a r es ponsibility t o be th e voice of th e comm unity, and wher e necessary t o be an advoca t e for its r ea d ers," sai d Danny Bakewell, Sr., NNPA President and publisher of the Los A ng e l es Sentine l "The NNPA a n d its member new paper r eac h more than 15 million people each week and we e xist b au se those readers d p ncl o n u s f o r news that i s r l eva nt and report d from a per p c tiv V.P. ofth Nlcl n C that r es p ec t s what's impor tant t o th e m." Florida Sentine l Bulletin Publi s h e r S. Kay Andrews, and Presid ent, C. Blythe Andrews, III, a lon g with account exec uti ve, Tommi e Wilson, a tt e nd e d th e conf e r ence. Two icons were h o nored, Berry Gordy, a pioneer in the music industry. Gordy founded the first major Black owned r ecording lab e l the phenomenal "Motown Sound," and the Honorable Charles B. Rangel, a leader in politics and civil rights as a history making African American congressman. Gordy and R ange l recciv d the Legacy o f F xcellencc award. Th nt was th e ulmina -tio n of three days of conven ti o n activities that f eatured informative seminars, productive panel discussions, n etworking, luncheons and rec eptions with Governor David A. Paterson. Also among the distinguishe d g u ests wer e the Honorable David N. Dinkins and C ity Comptroller John Liu. A spec i a l treat of th e eve nt was legendary O'Jays lead singer, Eddie Levert, who s tarted the dancing with hits like "Love Train," For The Love Of Money,"' and "Backstabbe rsn after the crowd enjoyed a candlelit dinner. Former President Bill Clinton sent greeting s and congratulation to the NNPA and its honorees by videotape H o ward Dodson, director of The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, said, "I'm here because with out the B lack press we would n't be a people in the twenty fir s t century. When all of the r es t of the media was disre specting us if not ignoring us completely, the Black press was giving us a presence and a sense of purpose and being 111 life. Until America becomes the raceless society that it purports to be in the post-Obam a age we will need the Black press. E v en if we become a fully egalitarian society, there will always be a need for a Black press and Black institutions to collec tively express who and what we are as part of a larger mosaic. But we re a long way from there ."' Florida ntinel Bulletin President. C. Blythe Andrew ill. and :'\1otown founder. Berry Gordy. Garth Rc ves, Sr .. o" ncr of Hnmi Times and at the age of 92, I one of the oldl'S t a tive publishers in the ("1)\111(1')'

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Ten loca l teens attended the 25th National Conference on Preventing Crime in the Black Community in Orlando representing the Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Pro grams. The conference was conducted May 26 29. They oin ed other teens and adults from around the country and Jamaica as they dealt with ways of reducing criminal ac tivity in their ommunities. Th confer nc i the large t of it kind in the Unit d tat When Ja'Mario Belton, Jeffrey Booker, Alestaire Caines, Miranda F. Davis, Johnni e Freeman DaQnavia Glover, boni Jone The dor hellmao III ana Wiggin and Cambre' Williams e began their involvement in ft activities conducted by the c Derrick Brooks Charities z outh Programs (DBCYP), they had no idea of the expeC( riences that would come their c UJ way. The teens found the conference to be an interesting > cr expenence. W They participated in workiii shops that addressed issues C related to the disproportionate number of African Ame!Q rican youth who are in the criminaljllStice system. Five :) of the DBCYP youths went on a tour of the Orange County ffi uvenile Court Buildi.ng and _, e Orange County Jail. -' Florida Attorney General i Bill addressed .!1 e Conference. Orange County Sheriff Jerry L. i= z w UJ C cr 0 _, LL WORKER Demings and his wife, Val B. Demings, the Orlando Police Chief, brought greet ings from their jurisdiction s to th e attendees. They are the only African-American husband and wife team who are the lead law enforcement officers in a major city in this country. Th f male chap rones w re Derrick Brooks hari ti Youth Programs (DBCYP) staff memb r Courtney Wilder and P. Lynette Moore. William Knowle and David Denson th e mal chap r n th onC r nc B. Dani I t or, u d hi xp rti sc to serv as Moderator for the opening plenary ses sion and he was the Modera tor for adult workshops. Other Tampa resident s were al o actively involved in making the conference a succe Darla and Elliot Saunders were the Pr e n ters for -rhe Impact of Grief and Lo Aft r A iol nt work bop. R etired Tampa Police Corporal Brenda Hunt was the Pre-enter for the workshop enti tled Are My Parents Th Problem Or Am I? Kari Knowles was the Co-Mod r ator for The T een Li t nin g Summit. Ja'Mario Belton wrote: I plan to ta.k thi education to my peers at school church and in the n igbborbood. (I won t) th IVIL ER I E I 10 8 KRUPT Apt r i ( 00 Ptu cnu) I \ J.ult"'" '' l.unp. 1 I I """ '"""'""'"'"':.: tNL\) 22J 12Ufl Adoption Immigration Civil/ Personal Injury Bankruptcy Guardianship Probatt Social Security Wills Calf Us. W e Can Help. F. K mi Oguntebi Attorney At law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33809 Retired Tampa Police Corporal Brenda Hunt (c.ente .r) is shown with youths from the Derr'ck Brooks Charities Youth Programs. Front row: Johnnise Freeman,DaQuavia Glover, Cambre' Williams M"tra.nda Davis, Eboni Jones andArsana Wiggins. Back row: Theodore Shellman ,Jeffrey Booker, Alestaire Caines and Ja'Mario Belton. Bird of a f ea th e r flock to gether." Jeffrey Booker tated: lhe C ur-
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All About You :c KYLA KYLA Happy birthday baby girl and good luck next year in Kindergarten. Love always, mommie, Danelle, your brothers, Jordan and Langston, nana and grandpa, Batt and Ken. Ms. Big'Sho CRENA VIA BOSTICK Happy 17t):t birthday. Getting to put on a Big'Sbo being seen, but not heard. Love. family and friends. ETRIA Wli.SO Happ y birthday hes are going to em tri WUs n who celebrated her da on / 6 /10 with family and friends. m Lo al Ch k Us Out On Fac book r t w -w.twattr om FL NTIN LB Double Trouble Birthday wishes going out to Cot-Cot and Jada, who will be having fun in the sun at Comfort lnn on Busch and Nebraska today, 7/9/IO. Come join them while they do their thing. Lo e always, mommie (Auntie Britt), the avenue, family and friends. COT-cOT, MZ. JA And MZ. JADA 1\) 0 --0

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Allin The Name 01 Jesus Many people have either heard or used the phrase, "May the works I have done speak for me." The time has come when we must make sure that our works speak to the work of Christ in our life. We must have a desire to do something that will help people see Christ better and desire to strengthen their relationship with God. In this week's lesson record ed in 2 Thessalonians 1:3-12, Paul writes to the Thessalonians to let them know of the impact of their work H e writes, we should always thank God for you because your faith i s growing Q more and more and the love ii: they have for each other is LL growing (vs. 3). The church should pay c attention and give God >-thanks when they can see that people are growing and en maturing. It is encouraging W to people when you let them know that you see improvement in them. It does even w more when you tell God E:; thank you for the work that Q w en :J ID A. z ID He is perfecting in the lives of people around you. Paul further writes that he is telling everyone about how they are persevering and remaining faithful in the midst of being persecuted (vs. 4). Believe it or not peo ple pay attention to you when you are going through trials and tribulation s. P eop l e will be e ncoura ged when they see you persevere and stay ful regardless of what is going on around you. When you do what God is calling you to do and you are allowing His word to be per formed in your life you do not hav e to blow your own horn When peop l e ee that you are still rejoicing, prai s ing, a nd growing while surrounded by hat ers, in the midst of a storm and being tried on every side, they will spread the news about you. All of this is evidence of God's judgment (us. 5). The work that you do and faithful ness you have, speaks to who God is and what God is doing. The reason you are able to ...:. w z BROWN M ORIAL en a: g LL CHURCH OF GOD I CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9 :30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A .M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P. M .......__ ___ __. ........ BISHOP MAnHW WILLIAMS P elo_ r "A Cburch Where The Love Of God Flows Allil The Holy Ghost Is In Full Conbol." '"ill .. I .. I 0\ P! u., b I ilwrty! I stand is b ec aus e of God and His word. The blessing to you for lov ing others, growing, persever ing and staying faithful is that you will be counted worthy of the Kingdom of God (vs. 5). The church must realize that it is not what you do when everything is going well. What brings more glory to God is what you do when faced with adversity. Paul spells out for them some assurances of allowing God to be glorified in their life. He says God will; pay back trouble to those who trouble you (vs. 6), give relief to those who are troubled (vs. 7), and punish those who do not know God and do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus (vs. 8). If you do what God says do, God will do what He said He would do. Considering all of this, Paul lets them know that they con s tantly pray for them (vs. 11). As people of faith and members of the body of Christ, w e must constantly pray for one another. We pray not to make each other seem big, but as Paul said, it is so the name of the Lord can be glorified (u.. u) Our goa) and purpose is for God to be glorified in our life aod through our service. No matter what you are faced with do your best to let God be glorified by being loving, faithful, and obed.ienL Sl r.1artt P.1JSSIOnary Bap!ISI Chwch 7221 S Shcrnll Po11 Tampa. F1oni.U 33616 (8 13) 839 On"' krrn 1()0. &n:t.y School -Q::KI AN.. &nilly Mormg 1Q:!I6 A.M. -Study 8:XI P. NEWMT. ZION CHURCH, 2511 E Cdumbus IX (813) 24&8101 a (813) 2 7-3899 For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minis Attend Anniversart;l TVerTemple United Methodist Church Celebrates 120th Anniversan Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, currently located at 3303 N. 15th Street. celebrated its 120th Anniversary on May 16,2010. A capacity audience attended the service, which featured Rev. Adrian Taylor as the guest speaker. 3838 N 291tl St. T mpa'-Fl33610 ( 813 ) :<48..&600 REV EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc. The Place Of The Blessings! Worship -Sunday 12 P. M. ELDER OlANO COSTON 813-425-5299 7 402 N. 56th St. Bldg. 700, Sufte 790 Tampa, Fl 33617 askOn.hcwc.org http:/ twww.nhcwc.org College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street 8 13-239-3161 Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW-6 :00 P M Evening Worship 7 :00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M

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Local New St. Manhew Celebrates 84th Anniversarv New St. Matthew M. B. Church, Rev. Alec Hall, Pastor, ce lebrated its 84th church anniversary recently. The Pastor, Rev. Alec Hall. Ernestine Trice shows off the certificate she received . Left to right, FeUda Broadnax, Nanette Henderson, First Lady Yvette Hall, Eloulse Swut. Tommltta King and Deacon Aaron Trice. miiii"J. Pastor Early Mom'ng Worship 8 M Sunday School 9:30A.M Morning Worahip -10:50 A M Bible Study, Wed. 7 P M THE PUBUC IS INVITED s 930AM 10.SAM 4 .30PM SPM 7PM 7"30P CH RCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce Sl) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa DrC.l ad, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasan1MB@aol.com Devotion By Mt Pleasant Pral Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30A. M MORNING WORSHIP -11 A M 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B. T U.) 6 PM-lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study c. T. NNIIAIIII TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org :::a c Appreciation Program For Former Businesswoman c... c: <0 BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor For man y yea rs, Ms. Linda Berry ensured that Tampa's men and women were dressed appropriately for var ious occasions and the different roles they had to fulfill in the community Long before the popularity of matching hats and suits for women were found in depart ment and/or s p ecialty shops, Ms. Berry had set up shop on 7th Ave. and soth Street as Designer Choice Fashions. She outfitted many of Tampa's church-going women. Ms. Berry's health is declining and she has been slowed with her church and entrepreneurial endeavors. Two of her longtime friends have put together a musical appreciation program to honor Ms. Berry. The program wiD be on Sunday, July nth, 3 p. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 E. 25th Ave.., Bi hop Eddie Newkirk. Pastor. Mrs. Marie Miller and Mr Mary H. Reed say they have invited everal of BAPTIST Cit 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 lUI ............ Address P.O. BOx 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 LINDA BERRY the area's choirs, groups and soloists to make up the program. The theme of the program is "Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them." "Every once in a while, a rare individual graces our Jives and leaves a lasting pos-itive impression. That is the 0 kind of person, Sister Berry is," states Mrs. Miller. "Sh e has blessed our hearts with (J) her dedication and commit-m ment as a servant of the !'i Lord," states Mrs. Reed, z "now it's our time to return m the favor." r;-For additional information, contact Mrs. Miller at (813) r-626-s6oi or Mrs. Reed at J;; (813) 884-3526. Pastor SeiVices: SUnday School 9:30 A Sun ng Worship 11 A M ed. Yooth SeMce And Study Thurs. ht: Service And Bible Study 'SMlg The Sinners And Ecb::alitW The z "tl c: aJ r-u; ::z: m c m < m :a < -f c: m (J) c z c :a c 7 p,m.

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Local N Aging Services Impacted Bv Countv Budget Cuts BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Last Thursday, seniors ad dress e d the Tampa City Coun cil over increased fees for senior services at area parks and centers. Now, it appears Hillsborough County will also impact se nior service by th e ir recent budget cuts. Hillsborough County s poke man, Willie Puz, said Aging Services will b e im pacted by budget cuts with r e portedly 12 employees being laid off from administrative po ition s. Aging service wa going to b evere l y cut thi y ar. But Mike Merrill ( Interim C County dminL tra tor) used fE one-time fund to k e p som c of the program alive. Now, we Z hav e to come up with a plan <( for $2-4 million for n ext year' > operating budg et." Puz said th ey will try to get tho e fund through partne r ships outside of th e county or other m ea ns. "Curre ntly, tho se se niors r e ce ivin g se r vices will continue. We will not be able t o tak e o n any n ew clients, but we will brin g in th ose on our waiting lis t." Puz said they don't kn ow a t thi s time th e s tatu s of th e per so nn e l bein g laid off. "Beg innin g eptember t s l our ad ult day ca r e program will go und e r a s lidin g f e pa y chedule." According to Puz, of th e 12 positions affec t ed, three wer s hort t erm emplo y who will b terminated ptemb r 30th; and nin e w r e ov r ail full tim po s ition s. f tho s nin 5 transf rr d into th sa m class in anoth r d part m nt, thr of which w r e African Ame rican, and 4 w re laid off, 2 of which were African American g ing e rvic Dir ecto r, Rev. Bart Banks, is report d to be on vacation nd couldn't be reached for comm nt. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,T ampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Phone: (813) Or (813) 248 Fax: 242-8076 Carefine: 248-HELP SIIJdar. 8islla, Eddie llwkfll. Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8:00 A. M Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientatbn 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w!Bible Study ..J Wednesday: 5 :30 P M Free Tutorial u.. 6 :45 P M Adun & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: A Church of tfle inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to tfle whole man. OUtreoctl M inlstiy: NOAH COMMUNITY, 11\C./ t-OJSEOFLYDIA Father's oav luncheon Th e T a mpa 13ay Wes t Central Florida Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction hosted a Hats Off To MEN tors" Father's Day Lunch eo n Th e event was on Father's Day at Beulah Baptist Church. Janette Spencer-Davis was th e Mis tress of Ceremony and she also gave the welcome. Mentees Joy Dixon and Joel Frazer-Woods were s p ea k e rs as was John Mitchell, TECO, Employee Relations Coordinator. Also o n program were: Ora Chester, Christine Frazer, Julian Jackson, Jean Miller, Maria Singfield and Dawnette Frazer-Woods. The sc holar s hip was prese nted to Top Teen Maya Wilson. (Photos by Julia Jackson) f-t\1.'-: .. 1 i_;___ l '._._...!_ : ll. I '' J 1 j 1 ' I '.;' ' Von Keese and Amber Richardson at the Father's Day Luncheon. Alnong the families present was: WadeJ_ .Wendy Tea.leyn and Megen watson.

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Pete visits his neighborhood Family Support and Resource Center (FSRC) to catch up on his computer skills; while grandson Marlon learns plays and builds friendships with other children Funded in part by the Children s Board of Hillsborough County, FSRCs are warm, inviting places that offer a variety of fre e services like educationa l pl a y groups, mentoring mobile health serv i ces job sk i ll s training and much morel Call your local FSRC to le arn more then visit th e Childr e n's B oard o nlin e to get a FREE child's a dmission to th e F lor i d a Aqu a r i u m ... . Because every child is a Dream Worth Growing. Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing "' Call or visit the Family Support and Resource Center near you today! Brandon 12n Kingsway Road Brandon, FL 33510 Phone : 813-740-4634 Central Tampa 1002 E. Palm Ave Tampa FL 33605 Phone: 813-204-1741 North Tampa 1401A E. Fowler Ave. Tampa FL 33612 Phone : 813-558-18n Ruskin 20114th Ave. South East Ruskin, FL 33570 Phone: 813-641 -5600 Town 'N Country 7520 W. Waters Ave., Ste. #8 Tampa FL 33615 Phone: 813-3561703 'T1 ::0 c c.. c: I\) 0 ...... 0 'T1 r-0 ::0 c )> en m z :::i z m r-1 m c: r rm :::i z c: m c en :::t m c m < m ::0 < c: m en c )> z c 'T1 :!! c

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0 iE LL. 0 z c( Belated Birthdays Belated birthday wishe are being sent to Dondria Grace, who celebrate d another year in June Rotisha McNair of Mt. Dora, FL also celebrated in June. Also belated birthday wish es to Toynetta Williams on Highland Ave., an avid S e ntinel reader, who celebrat ed her natal day on June 7th. May the Lord continue to bless you with many more birthday s. Happy belated birthday to little Miss Davinaye Flowers, who turned 8. Belated birthday greetings to Mr. Clayton Anderson, Jr. former Villager, who ce l e brated his specia l day 7-1. We pray that Mr. Anderson ce l ebrates many more Ms. L. Treniece Singleton r ecently ce l ebrated her birthday with family and friends. July Birthdays Joyous wishes to all the July W celebrants: Richard Kraus (Brooksville, FL), Susan Watson, Elsie Underwood, Jacqueline Arnold and Yolanda 0 Smith. w H appy birthday to Ida :t: Edison, who will celebra t e another natal day on July 18, m 2010. Th is wi h come from her family and friend s. May Z the Lord bless you with many, t: many more birthda ys! iu Four years ago o n :I Independence Day. Little ::l Miss Terquyanna Fells t9 was born. Happy birthday! uj Rev. Michael B. Price, Z Pastor, St. James AME Church and cong regatio n w s e nd birthda y wis h es t o Tom fJ) Saffore and Gail C Robert on. iE Rev. Thomas Heyward. 0 Inte rim Pastor a t St. J ose ph it Missionary Chur c h and co n gregation wis h the followin g folks a happ y birthday: Bro. Wilbert Johnson, Sis. Jacqueline Brooks Sis. Delores Raines, Bro. James Joyner, Sis. Gerri Elston, Sis. Jeannie Linear and baby, James Joyner, Jr. Congratulations Congratulations go out to Dominique Denise Inmon, who marched down Pra cliringl.aw I n : the aisl e with Spoto High School, cla ss of 2010. WeAre One Congratu l ations to Charles "Chuck" Jeffrey and Kamaya Mitchell, who were marri ed las t Friday, Jul y 2, 2010. The reception was h e ld at th e Rivervie w hom e of his sis t er, Brandi Jeffrey. The family wishes yo u a very long and happy marriage! Anniversari Con gratu l ation to Mr. and Mrs. John (Bobbie) Bagley on their Golden Anniversary, may you have many more wonderful y ea r s. God ble ss you! Happy anniver ary wish es for Charles and Nancy Mitchell of Lithonia, GA. who will celcbrat th ir s i x years of marit al bli ss o n July 22, 2010. May th e Lord co n tinu e to bless you Sick And Shut-lns God watches over all Hi s children. Let u s keep these families in our daily pray ers, Morris, Brantley, Curtis and Kocab. Let us pray for one another, including: Mattie Mill O'Mtller Kel ey Linda Parker-Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Vickers, Eloise Griff n Mary Hunt, G nev Luca Hazel Mitchell Ben Brown Eloise Le ks, George Colleton, Lui Pbilon, Ruden Lind ey. Mr. and Mrs. Perry King. Very happy that Emma C. Hendry i b ac k a t h o m e a n d d oing w ell afte r a rffent ho.c;p i t a l s t ay. h e i a n a \id s uppo rt e r o f th e Florida Sen t i n el Bull e tin. Ge t we ll 11oon : Ronnie Bolden. Ev l y n Mobley. Trnc y T ylor. ynthia Hall. Eunl c S n d. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert (Elaine) Johnson. Ell Rodg r B rt Graham. Lula PhJlon, Georg mJth a nd Carli Sl ck a nd f a mily. Our th o u g ht s and pra ye r s a r c a lso ex t e nd e d t o: Mrs. Marie B. Benson. Mrs. Leila Felton-Moss and Mrs. Morella 0 Bo e. Pray r Requ t An un s pok n pra r request goes out to th Washington, J lks and Anthony households. Criminal Defense Famil y Law Persona l Injury Allorney &: CowiSel o r At Law Cypress Point Office Pnrk 10014 N Dale Mabry, Sui t e 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)l69M Fax:(813 ) HO-M41 Tbo IIIIU)a of Ia..,. II ill.._,,.. 1o1on 111M ac1 .. "-"' ouhly -llofU.. ruY olotklt ... lo tid lfiOiill lh
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Local The Original G's To Gents "Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn." Benjamin Franklin BY A. RENEE' THORNTON In these times of rapid change and global transfor mation, many in our culture are grasping for methods to guide our young men of tomorrow. The difficulties boys face are challenging. More than five years ago before North Tampa and Meacham Alternative merged, NT A Brothers was developed for at-risk male students. The club was structured to focus on the developmental needs of boys becoming men. The club met weekly with male mentors and various career educators throughout the Tampa community. As time passed, the committee members realized that this was more than ju s t a club that met once a wee k The youn g m e n w e r e b eing exposed to more than what was being offered o n cam pu s, but off campu s fie ld trips were taking place as well. Now that the schools were merged, the committee members began to ponder how to make the club state of the art. The name was changed and this came by way of Mrs. Thornton. The club blossomed into a school wide program. For that reason the boys social event became a popular event for North Tampa Alternative School. The young men completed mul tiple activities, such as etiquette, communication and social skills. Since then, they have gone from Boys to Men into G's to Gents. The male students of North Tampa Alternative School celebrated their Fifth Annual G's to Gents social affair. The male students were dressed to impress in their suits and ties. The purpose of the event was to highlight student achievement and social refinement. While the piv otal highlight of the event was learning and knowing the significance of tying a tie Tying a tie is not just something to do. This is the learning experience that states your rights of the passage as a man. Now the young men are prepared for success, a positive future, confidence, personal growth, class, more importantly, it shows you arc somebody More than 100 ties w e re donated to the young gents from staff, local churches and community members The gift of the tie e n sure d ea ch young man the oppor tunity to own their personal tie for keep sake With their tiPs came the Tic Affirmation Ceremony The c'r'mon:includNI a s t ep by -s tep tie tying process. This proc edure wa l e d by the principal of orth Tampa Alternativ e c hool. TheophUus Hill. Once th e young m e n com pleted thjs course of action, they were encouraged by th e words of guest peaker, Raven Lewis, ocial Worker of Hillsborou g h County chools. Lewis addressed the them sinding All Ties, with words of wisdom and acronym with inspiration: Ties, which tood for "Teaching, Integrity, Empowers Success. The G's to Gents affair was indeed a success (Photos by Frederick Harris) *ABC AUTO. SAlES: 6112NorthAoridaAve. * 1-888-417-2258 TODD WilSON POER MONTESINO 813-237-3934 50+ YEARS SAME LOCATION APPLY ONLINE VIEW OUR INVENTORY WWW.ABCAUTOSTAR.COM Gue Lewis. .. FII<' \;,;, c 'I ( )flf ( ,,1111111111/(\ Strrof.."'"/'' ft,,ft .. ( S I J) 24S-19 2 I Assistant Principal, JoAnn Eady gave the welcome address. Assistant Principal, Dr. Olivia Shepherd gave the occasion. 'TI JJ 0 c.. c (0

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Local N ::> ...., c King High Pre-Reunion Bowling Partv fE T h e King High School All C l asses Pr eR e union Bowlin g Party was h e ld r ece ntly at a l o al bowlin g es t a bli s hm e nt. King High g r ad Michael Hodges coordi n ated th e eve nt. (Photos by Julia Jack-If You Answer YES To Any Of The Questions Below -I Can Help! Future Home Realty Do You Need A Short Sale? Is Your Mortgage Upside? Congresswoman Speaks Out Against Proposed Florida Immigrant Bill Two w ee ks ago, it wa s announced that Florida R e publi cans, led by Florida Attorn ey General Bill McCollum, and State Representative, Bill Snyder, wer e drafting a im migrant bill that would re se m ble the one recently pa sse d in Arizona. In th e past, states that bor dered other co untri es were al ways targe t e d for tougher immigration laws. Florida i s not a border state. On th e issue of the propo se d immigration bill, Congress woman Kathy Castor said Tampa is proud of its diversity In fact diversity has served more than any other factor in making our region the great community it is today. "With so many of my con stituents affected by immigra tion, I'm committed to finding compassionate and clearly fo cused policies s uch as the DREAM Act that will address CONGRESSWOMAN KATHY CASTOR how we move forward regard ing our undocumented population Congresswoman Castor said she doesn't believe the laws that Arizona has put forth are the right solutions to our nation's immigration problems. "Millions of undocumented immigrants come here with their families. When children become a part of the immigra tion debate, we must focus on a path to citizenship that ac knowledges the economic and social contributions they and their families make to their communities and society." Foreclosure Workshop U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor is hosting a foreclosure and mortgage assistance workshop, scheduled for 9 a.ni. until2 p.m. Saturday, August 7-The event will be held at Jefferson High School, 4401 West Cypress Street. Representatives from banks, non-profits and other community groups will be on hand to answer questions, provide one-on-one counseling and share financial advice. For more information, call (813) 871-2817 or visit www.castor.house.gov. Florida Republicans Drawing Up Anti-IDJDiiUrantlegislatian BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Florida R epublican leaders, with State Attorney General BlU McCollum's office pitching in, are drafting up a bill to present t o the Florida Legislature regarding anti-immigrant legislation. The GOP members are modeling their hill aft e r the one recently passed in Arizona that has drawn \\;de-pread protest s and national and int e rnational debate. l11e actual bill hasn' t been constructed, but it proposes that law enforcement would have broad power unde r state law to ask for proof of legal residency," said Rep. William Snyder, a Republi can from Stuart, Florida who plans to introduce the bill in November So far, the effort has gained the support of R epublica n gu bernatorial candidates Rick Scott and McCollum. STATE REPRESENTATIVE BElT\' REED State Representative Betty Reed asks the question, s it only fur the brown people, or is it for anyone who didn' t come from tile United States? Because if it's the latter, the bill could apply to Snyder, McCollum and others. Last year, we saw a hint of it with the changes in acquiring a license. Now, you have to present a birth certificate." Rep. Reed said as far as she's concerned, the bill is dis criminatory. If you target someone, target the country, because virtually all of us come from somewhere else. The American Indians are the only ones who aren't immigrants in this country, but under this bill, they wiD be stopped and asked for proof of citizenship. "My concern is, who are we targeting? There are some people mean spirited enough to want to separate our people. I think this wiD tum into a boiling pot, and I knew Arizona would be the starting point and it would spread like cancer." Rep. Reed said she will be a part of the efforts in F1orida to not allow this to happen. think something else is fueling this and someone has a separate agenda than the rest of us."

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Local workshops Address Domestic Violence An in crease in dom es tic vio l e n ce cases in Hill sboro u g h County h as ca u g ht th e eyes of severa l organi z ations The Charmettes of Hillsboro u g h County addressed the i ss ue, as did Yolanda Lee, who is founder of Bethany"s Group. Sh e presented a women 's empow erment seminar to address dom es tic violence. Lee i s preparing for a noth e r workshop in August and s h e wants the community's participation The Charmettes brought ev eral age nci es to gether to discuss the i sue and (Photo b y Julia Jackson) monies. ildah Bryant and Jobnna Bru Tiffan Lee. w am ng tb I I \ I I I I I l I \ IJ,,';)I-4 i... 11) .,. okt of Our Cntnmurti g j(Jr l uelf' Jr. \ llostc. s Yo landa Lee (2nd from l eft) with member Donna and F liciu. SISTUHS Recently Relocated To 3428 W. Cypress St Tampa 33607 Providing AU Your Computer Needs ALSO .. PA System Rental Cll .,.... .. 813-695-7813 813-241-9050 "T1 :r:J c c.. c: CD 1\) 0 ...... 0 "T1 :r:J c G') m ...... ...... a,

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Reci es a) ;:) ""') c a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w ;:) .... > a: w > w c w en :J m ;:) Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 ;:) -CD ...1 w z i= z w U} C a: 0 ...1 LL GO BANANAS FROM TONIA TUR_NER_ From kid-friendly desserts to grown-up dishes with a tropical twist, make it easy on yourself and go bananas on the grill. Did You Know? -With no fat, cholesterol or sodium, bananas are a guilt-free treat. -Banana peels are great for polishing shoes. Use (the inside of) an empty peel on your leather shoes as you would shoe polish and then buff off with a soft cloth. -As bananas ripen, the starch in the fruit turns to sugar. So, the riper the banana, the sweeter it will taste. TERJYAKI POR_K 1/4 cup dry sherry 2 tablespoons soy sauce 1 tablespoon packed brown sugar 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 pound boneless pork chops (3 to 4) 2 large firm Bananas, peeled t/2 teaspoon cornstarch 2 cups hot cooked rice 2 table poons sliced Dole Green Onion 1 tablespoon toasted e arne seed DIRECflO : Combine herry, oy au e brown sugar and oil in mall b wl. Remov 2 ta blespoons sherry mLxture and bru h n p rk chops and bananas Grill pork 8 to 10 minute on each id until cooked through. Grill banana 2 to 3 minute on each side until heated through ut a h into linch pieces. Combine remaining h erry mLxtur and corn starch in small aucepan ook stining nti] thi kened. Arrange pork and bananas v r ri on s rving HOPS WITH GRJLLED BANANAS plate; drizzle with sauc prinkl with r n onion and am Hnur\ 'l A M i \! 'l \1 r, r \1 Gri((ed \Bananas : Pia unp 1 d banana on grill o r medium high heat. Grill 4 to 5 minut on a h sid until p 1 black n and often. In id will tard-lik CarameCie; a cna a DIRECTIONS: In a shallow di h ombin 2 tablespoon each packed brown sugar and m It d butter or margarine. Add 4 p led bananas ut in halflength wise and crosswise. Stir gently to coat. Grill over medium-high heat 3-5 minutes, turning once with a wide spatula. Serve warm

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1\.eci es ::c ISLAND KABOBS 2 ripe, firm Bananas, peeled, each cut into 6 pieces 12 chunks pineapple & 1 mango, peeled and diced 16 extra large or jumbo shrimp, shelled and deveined 1 green or red bell pepper, cut into 8 pieces 2 tablespoons each, lime juice & olive oil 1/2 teaspoon ground allspice 1 tablespoon chopped mint GR_ILLED BANANA SPLIT t/2 teaspoon melted butter 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup t/2 teaspoon orange liqueur (optional) 2/3 cup vanilla ice cream 2 tablespoons sliced almonds, toasted* Whipped topping Maraschino Cherry DIRECTIONS: Spray grid with nonstick cooking spray. Pre pare grill for direct cooking. Cut unpeeled bananas lengthwise; brush melted butter over cut sides. Grill bananas, cut side down, over medium-hot coals c.. c:: z c ., ::D c

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Health Department warns Residents Of c [ Mosquito-Bone Disease Part3 Tips On Eliminating Mosquito Breeding Sites Getting rid of sites is one of th e ke y s to prevention. Mo squitoes bree d in standing water, so check your yard at lea s t once a week. Clean out caves and gut t e rs. Remove old tires or drill drainage h o le s in thos used c in playgrounds. a: L1. c z < Turn over or remove empty pots. Pick up bev e rage contain e r s and cups. Check tarps on boats or equipment that may co llect water. Store canoes and s mall boats ups id e-down. R e plac e water in birdbaths and p e t feedin g di s h es hangc water in plant trays. includin)?, plants. c Cf) w ::::> ..... Prostate Health > a: w > w c w J: Cf) ::; As man age, the prostate gland t ends to grow, which n. puts pressure on the bladde r Z This can lead to benign protlj static hyperplasia (BPH), with :::f is more of a hjnderance than ::::> health condition, that leads to m frequent urination at night. ..J w Inclusive of the trips to the Z bathroom, there may al o be pain associated with this. W Saw Palmetto is the herb to use for this condition. Men 1%: 0 ..J u. wh o con _umc I t. of l y cop n ri h food lik e toma toes and food made from th m a r e I likely t o dcv lop prostate ca n e r the leading ca u e of death for men. If prostate cane r has been diagnosed, flaxseed m ay h lp. which significantly s l th growth of th can r cell Flax s d provid both omega-3 fatty a ids and lig nans. PAX HERBAL U.S. The New Face Of African Herbal Medicine Are You Tired Of Oetting ick?lf Seat To Answer The Above u tion By Place: 1203 (813) 228 7272 t. Peter laver hur h (0 K efe Hall) bra ka Av Tampa, Florida 33602-044 Dat : aturda July 10 2010 Time: 9 .M. U ntilll A.M. Blood Pressure Issues Try adding come cayenne pepper to your r ec ipes-it reduces blood pressure and triblycerid e l e vels. Need To Unwind Stress and anxiety ca n trig ger jangled n erves. To counte r som e of sym pt o m s naturally, without dulling the mental prmvess. try amino acid L theanin c, which i s found in g r een tea l e av es. 'l11is amino aci d greatly incr as the abi lit y t o focu s on difficult at1cntion-demanding ta ks and can also aid in l ower bl ood pre ure and LDL c h o l es terollc e l s. BeatBumout Rumout ca n lead t o clinical ( 1\pre:,io n abusl' job abs'nt ism and e\'en marit a l problems. If un treated, it ca n a l o lead t o major h ea lth i u lik e, hi g h blood p ure. high corti I I v I heart disease and din bet It can also impact your immune system. T regain balance, here are a few recomm ndations: regular rcise suffici nt leep, a healthy diet and a upportive social n ric You might also try taking up a happy and having m fun. Male I use Mal M nopau al o re ferred to a andropaus oc urs ov r a longer period of tim and at a s low-er rat as th testo s t ron-1 vet s d cr se steadil ach d cade after 40 ars of age. Th decreased testosteron takes a toll on muscle mass, libido and th n rgy le e l whil in asing th ri s k of depr ion Anoth r symptom of mal tn e n opnu e i s magne sium d ficienc B combining exer i s with n m ag nesium titrate supple m nt, thi s \ ill improve th testos t e r o n e level s, as well as improvi n g o rall health. Could It Be COPD; Coughing and short of breath? Feeling a little more tired than usual after a day of walking? These could be symptoms of chronic obstructiv e pulmonary disease (COPD), a progressive loss of lung function The most common symptom i s shortness of breath, which i s subtle enough for mos t people to ignore. Ignoring the earl y signs means that many people only see their doctor when the disease has progres ed and more chronic and bothersome COPD symptoms e t in. Occasionally CO PD comes on very suddenly; that' usually because a patient has been ignoring COPD yrnpton are: ugh oughing up mucus Vlheezing Ti ghtn in the chest Body pains. Difficulty sleeping Heart failure Swollen legs or feet Weight loss Loss of muscle strength A bluish tint to your lips or fingernails if you are not getting enough oxygen Although it might be tempting to talk yourself out of worrying about a few episodes of feeling short of breath, don't. Anyone who feels short of breath to contact his or her doctor for a breathing function test called spirometry, which can be done in your doctor' s office. People who are at risk for COPD should be even quicker to dial their doctor. These include current and former smokers and the rare people who may have inherited a genetic risk for emphysema from thei. r parents. AMOiiU.A OAI. C..IIICOQW..D, oos. .... bw.-t llntwill:iuiw & 8111Wger ICieS 't\lelcxre MJSt klsu'anoeAolel*d Senia'Ciiz.'en Oisccu1ts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N Boulevard ( 1 B l k South Of W. Or. MLK Blvd I www tomlmsondentalcare.com

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Nationa OHicer Shoots, Kills Man During Tranic Stop MIAMI -Police are investi gating after a rookie Miami of ficer shot and killed a man during a traffic stop Monday Miami police said an officer and his partner pulled over a car about 11:30 a.m. The driver got out of his vehicle, and the officer shot and killed him. Trudy Grady, the s l ain man's mother-in-law rushed to the scene after hearing about the shooting. She said her sonin-l aw, Decarlos Moore, 36, was the man who wa hot. DECARLOS MOORE Murder Suspect Killed In Home Invasion CLERMONT, FL-Clermont police inv estiga tors say the y believe th e man who murdered a r e paim1an during a home inva s ion lat e la s t yea r wa s murdere d h i m elf while trying to rob another h o m e P olice ay David Butler wa th e m a n who broke int o a home two days before C hri s t rna s h oo tin g a woman wh o lived there and killing a 52 year-old repairman. In March Butler wa s f ound dead at an Ocoee hom e afte r in vestigators say he tri e d to break into the bouse. The homeowner bot and killed Butler during the rob bery. D VIDB Know Your R "Now h e is dead. They kill e d him for nothing," Grady said. "He does n't carry a weapon. He carries no weapons. That wa s a routine stop. Why did you s h oot him in the h ead?" Witn esses t o ld Local 10 they did not see Moore d o anything that would jus tify the shooti ng. Mia mi Mayor Tomas Regalado arrived s hortl y after the s hootin g to try to calm residents down and assure them that an active a nd transpar ent inv estigation was under way. 1.9M Jobs lost Th re cess i o n killed off 7.9 milli on jobs. It' s increasingly lik e l y th a t many will ne\' e r co m e back. 'The job losses during th e G reat R ecessio n were ooffth e c h a rt. th a t e "en though we've gai ned abou t 6oo,ooo pri\'ate ector jobs back. w e've got nearly 8 million job t o go." aid Lakshman Achuthan, managing director of Economic ycl Research In titut c. Excluding t mporary Census w o rkers the ha added fewer 1 oo.ooo job. a month this year --a much fa ter and tronger j recov ery than occurred following the last two recession in 2001 and 1991. But eve n if that pace of h ir ing were to doubl immedi ately, it would take until 201 3 t o recapture the l ost jobs. Watering Days ... and avoid costly fines. [!J, = Z.A . Former Asst. Pastor And Wife Arrested For Stalking c.. c: !< CD LAKE COUNTY, FL -A former Lake County assistant pastor who was arrested for s talking a woman has been arrested again, for harassing the new pastor of the church. Vincent Noffleo, who's the new pastor at Faithful and True Ministries, says Shelly Hall and his wife repeatedly threatened him. Noffleo s aid the harassment started last month after a story on a woman who claimed Shelly Hall stalked her at a shelter. The church operates two homeless shelters in Groveland and Mascotte. As a result the church 1\) 0 group ousted both Hall and his 0 wife, Linda, who had been the pastor of the church . The church group also changed its name. lhey started yelling, 'Your days are numbered! You re the white devil. You're going down,' Noffleo said. Noffleo says both people texted him 127 times. They are also accused of repeatedly ing Noffleo. A police report indicates Shelly Hall called Noffleo an said, "He's Goliath and she's David, and she's going to kill Goliath. tinle Obama' Movie Released "T1 r-0 :::D A movie about President Obama's ea rly l ife has officially bee n released As p reviously reported D i r ec tor Damien Dematra is behind "'Lit-tle Obama' Obama Anak f enteng" a m ovie high lighting th e President child hood in Jakarta Ind onesia. The movie tars 12-year-old Hasan Faruq Ali and aims t o show how the di\'er ity of Jakart:a influenced Obama into becoming the man he is today. Like the President Ali is a cl1ild of a mixed-race cou ple and moved from the n ited tates to Ind onesia at a young age. 'LiNie Obama' was released Frid ay. I (J) m z ::i z m r-aJ c: r rm ::i z c: I:D c (J) :t m 0 m < m PRES. BARACK OBAMA -t c: m (J) 0 > z 0 "T1 :::D 0

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Kristasia Coby receives her A-B Honor Roll award from Principal Julie Grice. On June 9, 2010, family, friends and staff members u.. gathered to celebrat e the accomplishments of the Sleepy Hill Elementary (Lakeland) fifth grade Class c of 2010. The fifth grade stuen dents were app laud ed by K-4 grade students and teachers, as their procession march ed throug h th e sc h oolis courtW yard to th e g raduati on s ite The chosen them e of the cer emony was 'Moving On. Julie Grice, Principal. extended a warm welcome to guests before the gradu::::: ates entered. Special awards were presented by Marilyn Z Dally (Arts), Stacy Denty (Music), Coach Ron _, Kaufman, Coach Michael Blicher and Coach Bob Bartilucci (Physical Education) and Mandy Miller (Safety Patrol Awards). Principal Grice had the privilege of presenting the All 'A' Honor Roll, All 'A-B' Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance awards. The fifth grade teachers: Tracey Downey, Mandi Fisher, Margaret Martinez, Amanda Miller, Ryan Pope and Katie Trego presented Excellence a nd Most Improved awards in the ubjects of Math, Reading, Writing and Science, Explorer of the Year and Certificates of Completion to their students. Former Secretary Of State To Visit Lakeland Dr. Condoleeu. a Rice, form e r Secretary o f State (200;)-2009). \\ill top th e list of speaker.; at the Lak eland campus of Southea tern nivcrsity durit sth Annual National Lcadcr.;hip F onnn in :.!Ott. Dr. Rice will addrcs..c; the forum a nd participate in a discussion entitled "Teamwork at th e High es t Level Each year, this event brings so m e of th e nation's l ea ding l ea d e rs hip experts to the SU campus for three days of inspirational and challenging teaching. Strong emphasis is placed on servant leadership, which is one of the foundational principles of the university. For more information, call (863) 667-5000 or visit the web site at www.seuniyersity.edu. Lakeland High School Shortstop Drafted Shortstop, Yordy Cabrera, a Lakeland High School graduate, was the 6oth overall pick in the sec ond round of the MLB draft by the Oakland Athletics. Though he has made a com mitment to the University of Miami, Cabrera has not yet decided if he will skip college and sign with Oakland. Polk County Student Receiv Gat Scholarship Tiqui ha Monroe, a Winter Haven resident and graduate of Lake Region Hi gh School, i s among approximate ly 1.000 students nati on ally and 52 in Florida named as a Gates M illtnnium c h ola r The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will fund all of Tiquisha'R higher educatio n up t o and h e r doctorate. Her plans arc to study nur ing at PascoHernando Community College with the goal of earning a Registered Nur ing degr ee th e n trans fer to the University of South Florida to pursue a doctorate in nursing. Gates Millennium Scholars are awarded to minority students based on outstanding academic accomplishments, leadership skills and community involvement. Tiquisha is the only Polk County recipient to receive a Gates schol arship in 2010. The Gates Millennium Scholar program is managed by the United Negro College Fund in partnership with the American Indian Graduate Center Scholars program, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and the Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund. Birthday Greetings Shaw-Naif Talk extends Happy birthday wishes to Mother Ollie Mae Smart, who will celebrate another natal day on July 13th. Mother Smart may you be blessed with the desires of your heart, on this, your birthday and in all your days t o come. May the Lord continue to ble you with many many more birthdays! Congratulations, Graduates! Shaw-NtifTalk congra tulates St. Petersburg high school graduate Tiara Jessie. On Wednesday, June 9, 2010, Tiara received h e r diploma, during com-mencement exercises at Dixie M. Hollins High School. Tiara's favorite scripture is Luke 1:37. Congratulations are also extended to Danielle Sharron Thomas who received her high school diploma from Johnson & and Wales High School dur ing commencement exercises at the Miami Beach Convention Center on May 22, 2010. Danielle is the daughter of Darlene Thomas, of Lakeland. Congratulations, Tiara and Danielle! We are proud of yoU{ accomplishments! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out all of the Youth Summer Program Coordinators and Leaders. Thanks for being there for the children! You are appreciated very much! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NtifTalJc wants to hear from yo u. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, community events, birthdays, anniversaries weddings family reunions, class reunions etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-NtifTalk by sending an e-mail to : shawnuftalk @yahoo.com or calling {863) 513-8437 Shaw-NtifTallc will share your exciting news with the readership! -11-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------::::: m ...:. w z r:: z w Patriotic Celebration, Food Drive Hel On Saturday, July 3, 2010, hundred s of residents from the tivities of Red, White & Kaboom. This community patrioti The event was sponsored by th T Mim rp. and Bu r' The William Road Band. 0 Some of the organization and bu in it Department. (Photos by haw-Naif) Oren, Lillie and Garden whll att Whit & Kaboom. ity of La.k land and urrounding areas, gath red at th beautiful downtown Lake Mirror to enjoy the fes-1 bration ofti red food, fun, live nt rtainm nt and a pectacular fireworks how. R p Canned food it m w re coli ed to upport local food banks. Live entertainment was provided by nt re: h w r ow, VlSTE, Bright House Lakeland Police Department and the Lakeland Fire the <'vent.

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__ s ____________________________________________ Whites Earn More Than Blacks, Hispanics :!:! c c.. c !< CD BY LEON B CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Former Hillsborough County leade r, Otis Anthony, is the S enior Director of Div e r sity Management for the School Board of Polk County. County on th e di s parity The div e rsity in pay covers a multiplicity of r e ason s The r e are som e things our community do es n t know a s far as a dvancing their careers, tha t they need to know Those respon s ibl e for sharing thi s information a r e withholding it b y d es i g n to African A m ericans." Today our young p eo pl e b e li e v e they can get rich through sports and m u s i c How eve r th e choices, but we have to instill in our children where you start shouldn't determine where you end. We have many examples of that in our soc i ety." "The economy has chang-ed, and now the middle class 0 jobs no longer bring that kind In a recent article, Anthony addresse d th e di sparity when it comes to whites in the Polk County public sector earning more than Blacks and Hisp anics. Anthony aid every com munity should know thi s dis parity exis t s, and ask s what would happe n if figures were released in Hillsborough Anthony sa id th e country s school system i s truggling with closing the ach i evement gap. "A lso, we have t o insure we're utilizing our re ources to expose our kids to occupations that can really earn them money. majority of .......... "-"_....._..., s u c c e s s f u I OTIS Blac k s come ANTHONY from households o f dual income a nd successfu l values. Hard work, education, and better career choices is w hat it will take." Anthony said poverty is n o t an excuse for not achiev ing. "Poverty does limit your Th e re s ponsibility lies with our parents and our community. Black families in the pa s t couJd be long shoremen and earn enough to be middle class. Now, those jobs are being outsourced to other countries and r educed b y t echno lo gy." Anthony said low wages is a reality and a detriment to growth. H e also said having a college ed ucation increases your earning power. of income. Even low skilled jobs no longer produce the kind of income that used to create middle class families." "We have an explosion of the Hispanic population and there is a need to increase the number of Hispanic teachers. The same holds true for the African American community when it comes to educators and professionals in general" Anthony said we've marched and fought hard to get what we have today, but we still have a long way to go. Girls Inc. of lakeland's 'She Knows Where She's Going' Awards luncheon 2010 Held r-0 :a On Thursday, May 13 2010, Girls Inc. of Lakeland held its annual & She Knows Where be's Going" Awards Luncheon at The Lakeland Center. Chandra Frederick, Vice Chairperson and Board of Trustees member, erved as Mistress of Ceremony. z Among the other program participants were Michael Tamney, Chairperson, Board of Trustees, the Honorable Mayor Gow Fields, Stanley Glover (Models b y ::t Stan), Kay Fields, E.xecutive Director and numerou youth members of Girls Inc., of Lakeland who shared their talents and abilities of modeling, dancing singing, writ-ing and reading. t;"' Many community partners bu iness owners, agency representatives and supporters of Girl Inc. attended the evenL The 2010 awardees were: Dr. Lynn H. Clements, m Professor of Accoun t ing at Florida Southern College; U er-Hick, Presid nl/CEO of Douglass Screen Printers Inc., and Crystal Lester Architect, LEED AP, Furr & Wegman Architects, P A. r-Th e mi ssion of Girls Inc. of Lakeland is to inspire all girl daily afterschool and ummer programs for girls in grades K-12. The "She Knows" luncheon is a fundrai ing source forth z cheon.

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0 ,.. 0 N a) :::> ..., c a: u. c a: u. c z ct c en w :::> t-> a: w > w c w l: en ::; r:D :l Q. z :l r:D w z w UJ iE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on July 21, 2010 at 9:00 a m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s), violation address code section violated and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor, City Hall 315 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE # 09-22451 TORRES, ANGEL 706 E. ADALEE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-231 ROBLES SUBDIVISION NO 2 W 4 7 FT OF LOT 1 AND 3 13 FT OF LOT 2 BLOCK 6 182812 0000 CASE # 09-25053 ALLEN, DIANE JUNE 1002 N. HABANA AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-26 AND 19-231 WEST NAPLES S 6 FT OF E 45 FT OF LOT 6 AND All OF LOT 7 BLOCK 12 AND E CLOSED AUEY ABUTTING ON W 180793 0000 CASE I LARKIN, JOHN W. Ill TRUSTEE 14TH STREET CASE t C-25431 CORCES,AONALDJAMES ANDJUDV N. 1017 E. FERN ST., TAMPA,FL SECTION: 19-231 PALM SUBDIVISION REVISED MAP LOT 7 BLOCK 4 171172.0000 CASE I SANCHEZ, PATRICIA TTE OF 3808 E. RENELUE Cl TRT AGR 2-08 3801 E. RENELUE Ct., gPA,FL SECTION: 19-26 BEL MAR UNIT NO 2 LOT 111 122343.0000 CASE II 1 0-00200 MAROULIS, GEORGE AND THALIA T. 804 S. IDLEWOOD DR., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1 9 -46. 19-49 BEACH PARK SWLY 1 FT OF LOT 7 AND LOT 8 BLOCK 3 113444 0000 CASE 111Q-01301 ZOLLO, FRANK M. 2403 E. 10TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-56 TURMAN S EAST YBOR LOT 6 BLOCK 7 189171 0000 CASE I 10.01446 MATUS. ALBERT 9 W. SPANISH MAIN ST .. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-231 BAYSHORE ESTATES NO 2 W 17 FT OF LOT 5 AND LOT 6 BLOCK 4 114179 0000 CASE I 1 G-02247 RODRIGUEZ, JUUA R 3111W. FIG ST., !TAMPA. Fl SECTION : 19-231 KINIGHT'S ADDmON TO NORTH BON AIR LOT 21 116009 0000 CASE I 1D-02615 MUELLER CHRISTOPHER D. 2915 W. SAN JOSE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-26 PALMA CEIA PARK LOT 12 BLOCK 29 125857 0000 CASE I 1().()2749 G L G MAGNOLIA OAKS LLC 2207 SAXON ST., TAMPA,FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19--49, AND 19-50 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 T042 LOT 5 BLOCK 39 190971.0000 CASE II 1Q-03139 BROWN, DIAJUANA 3413 E. 10TH AVE., AlB, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1946 AND 19-50 EAST BAY ADDITION LOTS 1, 2 AND 3 BLOCK 10 175537 .0000 CASE I 1 ()-{)3682 ROSSITER STEVEN D., AND ROSSITER SANDR A K 122 S. HOWARD AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTlONS : 20 5-15(4) (18) OSCAWANA LOT 11 BLOCK 7 184124 0000 CASE I 10-03753 TAYLOR, LAURA 4109 W VASCONlA ST., TAMPA, Fl SECTION : 27-129 MARYlAND MANOA 2ND UNIT E LOT 16 LOT 17 AND W 5 FT Of LOT 18 BLOCK 53 124556 0000 CASE I 1G-03132 JONES, JOANNA N. AND TOKLEY JAMES E. 2118 W. CARMEN ST., TAMPA, Fl SECTION : 19-56 BENJAMIN S 4TH ADDmON LOTS 8 AND 9 BLOCK 8 181437 0000 CASE I 1 G-03968 AMERICAN BUILDERS & DEVELOPERS INC % GONZALEZPILOTO J C, RA 4838 W. MELROSE AVE., TAMPA, Fl SECTION : 19-50 STONEY POINT SUBDIVISION A REPLAT LOT 18 121129 0000 CASE II 1 Q-03991 HERNANDEZ, DANIEL AND NETTLETONHERNANDEZ, LAURETTA 4017 W. MONTGOMERY TE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49 AND 19 BAY BREEZE W 24FT OF LOT 41 AND LOT 42 BLOCK 4 137102 0000 CASE I 1 0-04326 TOAL, FRANK M. AND BURKE JANICE AM 4511 S. CLARK AVE., TAMPA, Fl SECTIONS : 19-49. 19-50 AND 19-232 MANHATTAN MANOR NO. 3 LOT 23 BLOCK 3 129888 0000 CASE I 1C).()4553 SVORAI, Y1ZHAQ AND SVORAI, .. RIAII 4801 W. SUNSET BL, TAMPA, Fl SECTION : 1 J.234 SUNSET PARK LOTS 46 AND 47 BLOCK 20 121834 0000 CASE I 1().04770 GLG MAGNOliA OAKS UC CIO GARY GAUTHIER, REGISTERED AGENT 2205 SAXON ST .. TAMPA, Fl. SECTIONS: 19-46 19-236 AND 19-237 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 40 AND 55 TO 62 LOT 6 AND E 5 FT OF LOT 7 BLOCK39 190972 0000 CASE I 1().04775 GLG MAGNOUA OAKS UC CIO REG AGT GARY GAUTHIER, 1000 S. 22ND ST., TAMPA. Fl SECTIONS: 19-46, AND 19-50 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 W 45 FT OF LOT 7 AND ALL OF LOT 8 BLOCK 39 190973.0000 ' CASE I 14814 YORE, PETE 2408 W. CYPRESS ST. AlB, TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-49 WEST PINES REVISED MAP W OF LOT 3 AND LOT 4 LESS W 20 FT THEREOF BLOCK 1 168310.0000 CASE I 10-05139 PEREZ, LEANDRO MIGUEL JR. 2604 W. CLEVELAND ST. --N--, TAMPA, Fl SECTION : 19-233 PARK CITY LOT 2 BLOCK 4 116797.0000 CASE I 10-05552 VAN ATTA, ELIZABETH ANN 4734 W. IOWA AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-50 GANDY GARDENS 7 W 14 FT Of LOT 8 AND E 55 FT Of LOT 9 BLOCK 4 131858.0000 CASE t 1o.G5577 WELDON, LUEJTA 3804 W. PAXTON AVE., TAMM.Fl SECTION : 19-49 CLARICE PLACE LOT2BLOCK6 133481.0000 CASE t 1o-o&165 PAGE, ROBERT W CIO MB REALTY SEfMCS 6027 S. 2ND ST., TAMPA, Fl SECTION : 19-50 NUNEZ SUBDIVISION LOT3 135561 0016 CASE t 1o-o&178 FACION, BYlltA AND FACION, TANYA 2802 E. 10TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-58 GARYTOWN LOT 14 AND l.T 15 LESS W 12.5 FT FOR RD BLOCK 12 189086.0000 NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFACE AT LEAST FOR'N-EIG (48) HOURS PRIOPR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. : INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING .,. w SHIRLEY FOXXKNOWLES CITY CLERK a.;

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Jl NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING July 21, 201 0 (CONTINUED) CASE # 10-06229 CASE# 10-07475 CASE # 10-08523 MUNSON, KAREN J. HATCH, MICHAEL L. SIMBA RSO LLC C/0 6803 S. SHERIDAN RD., AND JON! J. REG AGT RUTH S. ORTA TAMPA, FL 5212 W. NEPTUNE WA., 4703 W. IOWA AVE., SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-56. TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS : 5 04. 3 CODE SECTIONS: 5-104.3, AND 27 5.4, AND 5-105.1 5-108.4, AND 5.1 TROPICAL PINES BEACH PARK GANDY GARDENS 3 LOT38 LOTS 21 AND 22 BLOCK 17 E 15. 75 FT OF LOT 16 136612.0010 113651 0000 & W 60.25 FT OF LOT 17 BLOCK 16 CASE # 10-07 465 CASE II 10-07634 131593.0000 COLMAN, SCOTI MARTINEZ, ALEX AND COLMAN, ANGELA MARTINEZ, ELIZABETH R. CASE II 10-08524 3003 S. BEACH DR., 4107 NORTH A ST., NELSON AND SONS LLC TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL C/0 REG AGT NELSON, CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3, SECTION : 19-50 MARTINEZ JR. 5-108.4, AND 5-105.1 ROSEDALE NORTH 5012 N COOUDGE AVE., LOT 10 AND E LOT 11 TAMPA, FL SUNSET PARK ISLES BLOCK 10 CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 .3, UNIT NO.2 115133.0000 5-108 .4, AND 5 1 LOT42 DREW PARK RE PLAT OF 122071.0000 CASE I 10-08362 COMM AT NE COR OF LOT H LEVINE, MICHAEL AND BLOCK 67 THN S 06 DEG 17 CASE 1110-07466 RUBIN, RICHARD MIN 17 SEC E ALONG E SQUEAKY GATE INC. 8409 N LYNN AVE., BDRY OF LOT H 275 .52 FT TO 2136 W. BUSCH BLVD.-2150, TAMPA, FL POB THN CONT S 06 DEG 17 TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS : 5 104.3 MIN 17 SEC E ALONG SAID CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 .3, 5 108 4 AND 5-105 1 ELY BDRY 175 00 FT THN N MANOR HILLS SUBDIVISION 5-108 4 AND 5-105 1 LOTS 25 AND 26 BLOCK 19 89 DEG 19 MIN 18 SEC W CARROLL CITY CENTER 100216 1000 245 00 FT THN 06 DEG 17 LOTS 66 TO 69 INCL BLOCK 3 MIN 17 SEC W 175FT THN S LESS R/W FOR SR 580 AND CASE I 10-08363 89 DEG 19 MIN 18 SEC E A TRACT CONSISTING OF YOUNG, CHRISTOPHER 245 00 FT TO POB LOT 74 BLOCK 3 LESS R/W 10413 N. HAMNER AVE., 108568 0050 FOR SR 580 CARROLL CITY TAMPA, FL CENTER AND PT OF LOT 17 CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 .3. CASE I 1 (H)898() 5-108.4. AND 5-105 1 KELLY, AMANDA D OF NORTH HILLSBORO SUB TUXEDO TERRACE 514 N. BRADFORD AVE., SAID TRACT BEING DESC AS LOT 5 BLOCK D TAMPA, FL BEG AT SE COR OF LOT 57 95646 0000 CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3. BLOCK 2 (NON VACATED) OF 5-108 .4, AND 5-105 1 CARROLL CITY CENTER SO CASE I 1 G-08365 BAR MAC POB LYING 250 FT W OF SW BELTRAM, DANIEL G. LOT 18 AND E COR OF LOT 66 BLOCK 3 OF 6805 N. WELUNGTON AVE., ABUTTING THEREON CARROLL CITY CENTER THN TAMPA, FL 168948 0000 CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 .3. RUN N ALG W BORY OF LT 17 5-108 .4. 5-105 1 AND 5-105 1 OF NORTH HILLSBORO SUB CENTEAHIU CASE I 1().08988 AND ALG W BORY OF LOT 74 LOT 2 AND N 16 FT OF LOT 3 MORALES, MIGUEL BLOCK 3 OF CARROU CITY BLOCK 14 2515 W. WALNUT ST., CENTER 104.16 FTTO S R/W 162723 0000 TAMPA. Fl OF SA 580 THN ALG R/W E CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3 250 FT TO A PT ON COMMON 5-108 .4. AND 5 1 BORY BTWN LOTS 74 AND 66 RODRIGUEZ, SANTIAGO MAC FARLANES REV MAP BLK 3 OF CARROLLL CITY BETANCOURT OF ADDITIONS TO WEST i21 W. WARREN AVE., TAMPA CENTER SO BORV ALSO TAMPA,Fl LOT 21 BLOCK 35 BEING W BORY OF SO LOT CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3. 179303 0000 66 THN S ALG SO BORV 5-108 4, AND 5-105 1 106.16 FTTO SW COR OF SO SUBURB ROAYL CASE I 1D-01010 LOT 66 THN W ALG N R/W OF LOT 12 BLOCK 18 MENDES, BLAIR AND SCLRR 250 FT TO POB AND 181859 0000 MENDES, SHANNON !THAT PARCEL FORMERLY CASE I 1 G-08403 2508 W. PROSPECT RD ., KNOWN AS LOT 57 BLOCK TAMPA, Fl 2 (NON VACATED) OF CAR RODRIGUEZ, GUILLERMO CODE SECTIONS : 5 104 3 2340 W. FERN PL., TAMPA FL 5 108 .4. AND 5 105 1 ROLL CITY CENTER NOW CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3 NEW SUBURB BEAUTIFUL DESC AS BEG AGAIN AT POB 5.4 AND 5-105 1 LOT 114 OF AFOREDESCRIBED GROVEWOOD COURT TRACT THN W ALG N BDRY LOT 7 BLOCK 4 117613 0000 OF SCLRR R/W 50 FT THN N 103833 0000 CASE I 10-09017 103 .51 FT MOL TO S R/W OF CASE I 10-08409 CASTILLO, MARIO AND SA 580 THN E ALG R/W 50 FT DUMENIGO, SARAH CASTILLO, VIRGINIA M THN S ALG W BDAY OF LOT 4215 W. LA SALLE ST., 8008 N OLA AVE ., TAMPA FL 74 BLOCK 3 OF CARROLL TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS : 5 104 3 CITY CENTER AND W BDRY CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5 108.4 AND 5-105.1 OF LOT 17 OF NORTH HILLS 5 108 4 AND 5-105 1 PARKVIEW ESTATES BOROUGH SUB 104 16 FT TO CYPRESS ESTATES REVISED PLAT OF POB LOT 17 BLOCK 1 LOT 19 BLOCK B 98014 0000 111043 0500 1008 66 0000 n View Our Website @ ww.flsentinel.com PUBLIC NOTICE The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority (Authority) hereby announces its intent to adopt a proposed Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal for U S. Department of Transportation (DOT) federally funded capital improvement projects at Tampa International, Tampa Executive and Plant City Airports for Fiscal Years 2011 2013. The proposed annual DBE goal is 19.85%, in accordance with 49 CFR Part 26. For further information contact : Cheryl L. Hawkins, DBE Program Manager Hillsborough County Aviation Authority P. 0 Box 22287 Tampa FL 33622-2287 Phone: (813) 870-8738 Fax: (813) 870-7868 Email : CHawkins@TampaAirport.com HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY By: Is/John Wheat John Wheat. Interim Executive Director IN lliE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CMLDMSION Case No .: 201 O-CA-oo3524 Pl..AllNUII BANK (Pieintltl) va. THOMAS B HARMON AND ntOIIAS G. BAAIILEnE (D..,.1deuts) NOTlCE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTlCE is hereby given pursuant to a Unitofm Judgment of Foredosure dated Junt 23,2010. entered in Case No. 2010-CA..Q03524, Division "0", of the Ort:uil Court of the Thir1eenth Judicial Ora.tit in and toe" Hilsborough County Florida in favor of the Plaintiff. Ptatinum Bank. and against the Defendants, Thomas B Harmon and Thomas G &amlene, the Plaintiff wil sell to the highest and beSt biddef toe-cash on the 2nd FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E EDGECOMB BUILDING. ROOM 2011202. located at 800 EAST TWIGGS .'iTREET. in TAMAt.. FloricSa. on Algal I. ZQJO. at 2..-oo PJI .. the tolowing desaibed real property as set tor1h in the Unilonn F'!Nl Judgment ol Foradosure : LOC 15, Keystone ReMNe Subdivision, ecc:ording to the mep or plllt thereof recorded In Plet Book 97, Pllge 15 of the public recorda of Hillsborough County, Florida. e/kle 18701 HIRstone Drive, LOC 15, Odnal, FL 33566 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE. IF ANY, OTHER THAN lliE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF lliE DATE OF THE US PENDENS MUST RLE A SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER lliE SALE. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABIUT1ES. IF VOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTIT1.ED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO lliE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT lliE OFACE OF lliE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT (813) 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF nilS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMMIRED, TDD (813) 272-110 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. WITNESS my hand and the seal ol this Court on Junt 25. 2010 c c.. c: !< CD N 0 .-0 r 0 :!! en m z :::! z m r:m c r r gJ z c m r c;; ::z:: m 0 m < m :u < -4 c m en 0 ,. z 0 "" :u 6 CLERK OF lliE CIRCUIT COURT Q m BY: ALEXIS DE LA ROSA _. DeputyCtettt:

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c a: u.. c z c( c en w :::: ... > a: w > w c w :z: en ::; m :::: z :::: m NOTICE TO PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY The Hillsborough County Aviation Author ity, pursu a nt to t he Consultants Competitive N e gotiation Act Florida Statute s 287.055, is interested in acquiring profess ional d e s i gn serv ice s for the following projects : LANDSIDE TERMINAL BUILDING RENOVATION AND RELATED WORK TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT HCAA PROJECT NOS. 5530 11, 5760 11, 576511, 5770 11 FOOT FM # 424097-1 FAA AlP #3-12-0078-XX-2011 This project provides for the refurbishment of select Interior fin ishes on the transfer level, refurbishment of restrooms in the land side terminal, replacement of the landside terminal elevator pent house roofs and replacement of the ticket level carpet A more detailed scope of services will be included in the formal request for professional services Significant Dates: RFQ posted on web site : After 5 :00p. m on Ju l y 2 8 2010 Mandatory pre-qual ifi cat i on AI 2 : 00p. m on A ug u s t 5 20 1 0 Qualiftcallons Package Due : B y 5 :00p. m on Augu s t 2 5 2010 For additional information on location of meet ing and other project details, go to the Author i ty webs i te at www tampaalrport com: Quick links, Airport Bus i ness Notice of Solicitations IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDtCIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Cue No. : HYDE PARK WALK CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATlON INC .. Ronde not-fcw-proflt corporation (Ptelnttff) vs L.AMARCUS LEE SULTENFUSS AJt(JA MARK SULTENFUSS HEIDI SULTENFUSSS, end SUNTRUST BANK (Defendants) NOTlCE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. pursuan t t o t he Final Judgmen t of Foreclosure I n this cause i n the Circuit Cou rt o f H illSborough Cou n ty Florida I will sell the property situated in H illsborough County Florida descr i bed as : CONDOMINIUM UNIT NO. 436 HYDE PARK WALK, A CONDOMINIUM, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM, AS RECORDED IN O.R. 14867, 14867, PAGE 1&4 AND ANY AMENDMENTS THERETO, AND THE PLAT THEREOF PUBUC RECORDS OF HIUSBOAOUOH COUNTY FLORIDA. at public sale to the hlgheet and best bidder for cash, on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 2011202 in the Hillsborough County Courthouse i n Tampa, Florida 812;00 P.M ., on day of Auguet. 2010. IN ACCORDANCE WJTH THE AMERICANS WJTH OtSABILmES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PART1CIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN BEVEN (7) DAYS PR10R TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TW1G08 STREET, TAMPA, FlORIDA, 33102, (813) 272; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 111. Dated this !II day of JuiV. 2010 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: II/FELICIA L. PATTERSON AS DEPUTY CLERK Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVON LADYGE ORGIA @YAHO O .COM Licensed Insurance Agent (CSR) Desired Background Check And Drug Test Required Please Call (813) 31 o-8608 For Details Adonal Medical Staffing Executive Sutte Next To Storage 1503 S. US Highway 301 Tampa, Fl33619 (813) 712-4136 (813) 938-4258 Fax All 12 Hour Shifts AN Medsurge No Specialty $35.00 $44.00 AN Specialties $40.00 -$48.00 LPN $25.00 -$30.00 Need 13 CNA's For S1. Pete $13.00 CHIT $28. 25 $34 .00 ART $30.00 -$36.00 PTA -$33.25 PT-$51 .00 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN II LEG AL SECRETARY ( LITIGATION ) $33,862 $33.696 PLANT OPERATOR TRAINEE $27 976 PROGRAM COORDINATOR ( FUEL SERVICES ) SENIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR (SPECIALIZED TRANSPORTAnON) $35 838 $24 752 $31,512 See our web site at http : //www .hccsb org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, Fl. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets AAIEEO Employer Joining the USF Team is now easier than ever with our on-line application! SENIOR SYSTEMS ADIINISTRATOR. Tbe University o f South Florida is !M2rl:hin & for a Senior Syswns Adminisrmor w ith UNIX with empha3is o n U nax i o dudi o g ; 5)'litmiS adminislntioo too ls, networting. administrwtioa oC lArge oumbeta o f c:ornpultrs, c:xperien<:e in compilc:m. and 80lviq stills. A via ble candidatt will also hav e good project mua.gemeot skills and good and vetbaJ oommuoiatio stills. In addition ex perienu ill and o{ paralJd file sysums, J.afiuibtod nelworb, and queuiDg software are a plus. The applicant sboGld have a B .S. decree-ud 6 years of experieuc.e with systems edmiuiltlltiocL JU ecldilioaal iDfllnlllliou and bow 10 visit ldlpl:l/,....,, ,.,. You mut fiU out an o.tinc: applialtio11 to be coaDdered for lb poGtjoa. Be 1 p.rt o{ 1 dyumic. di-c:avimllmnlt that bold ideas and cmltive !dlllioa&. Join to make. differei!Ce. lTSF UNIVERSITY op SOUTH FLORIDA Webmaster/Graphlcs Specialist Webmaster and Graphics Specialist Positionto begin Oct.1. Responsibilities include design/manage agency internal and external websites using SharePoint, create graphic illustrations charts, photos, etc. using Adobe Creative Suite applications, Corel Draw, PowerPoint, assist with design of collateral materials (brochures annual reports posters flyers) ; support agency social media efforts; research and analyze techn i cal applications for website mai ntenance and tracking analytics ; assist with agency graphic standards and pre-press print production for leHerhead business cards etc. Salary range $48-$52K More info . requirements and application at www tampabaywater org Send resume graphic and website design samples cover letter and completed application to Human Resources Tampa Bay Water, 2575 Enterprise Road Clearwater FL. 33763 by July 23 2010. U S citizenship or legal authorization to work in the United States is required Tampa Bay Water is an Equal Opportunity Employer Resumes without applications will not be considered South Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 }il Bath Townhouse Washer/Dryer Hook-up Fenced, Patio Section 8 Ready $850 00/Monthly Call (813) 451-9201 2306 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Remodeled Bungalow Microwave, Dishwasher Front Porch $875.00/Monthly Plus $435.00/Deposit Section 8 Prefened (813) 784-5076 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND. DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE

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"T1 ::c 1'1 A fJ 4' ;1 ;13: i 11 c c.. c !< Town Home South Tampa 1708 East ldell Street Sulphur Springs Very Spacious 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 1\) 3 Bedroom/2 5 Bath 0 2 Bedroom/2 Bath ...... Condo 2 Bedroom/1 Bath House 0 1 Car Garage Section 8 Welcome Apartment 2 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA Large Fenced Yard $550 00/Monthly Fenced Back Yard Call (813) 727-6782 $600.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Town-N-Country Plus Deposit $500 00/Deposit $1,1 00 00/Monthly 3 Bedroorn/2 Bath -Pool Section 8 Welcome WDH, A/C 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Home New Tile/Carpet Call (813) 956-5607 Large Fenced Corner Lot Den, CHA, Tile Discount On Cable CHA Private Fence Call (813) 503-5321 Section 8 Ok Washer/Dryer Hook-up Call (813) 298-2499 Charming Condo East Tampa Bungalow Available Now Section 8 Only (813) 949-3482 1 Bedroorn/1 Bath Ybor City 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath Call (813) 843-2309 Clean & Quiet 2912 East Columbus Section 8 OK Or (813) 842-2939 $700.00/Monthly 2/2 Apartment WID Included, Gated, Pool Plus First & Last $850 00 /M onthly Screened Patio 3418 N. 49th Street Month Rent With Washer/Dryer Tiled Floors West Tampa Section 8 Only Includes All Utilities Updated, Very Nice (813) 96G-8490 2 Bedroom Efficiency 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath And Internet Section 8 Welcome "T1 r-$450 00/Monthly 0 CHA WDH (813) 248-9888 Jacob Real Estate :!! Sulphur Springs Area $300 00 / Depo sit Fenced Yard c Tenant Respons ible )> en 5 Bedroorn/1 Bath Call (813) 713-4055 For Water Electric 30151h N. Sanchez St. m Or (813) 735-5295 z House Great For Single Person (Off 21st Avenue) z 1 Bedroorn/1 Bath Call (813) 309-1615 m 2 Bedroom Apartments Cozy 1 Bedroom r-Progress Village I Apartment m 8315 East Dahlia Avenue Starting @ $499.00 Rear Apartment c Section 8 OK $485 00/Monthly r-Water Included r-4 Bedroom/1 Bath Contact Ann On Site Laundry $200 00/Deposit B ig Uving Room/Bedrooms lndudes W / S/G z (813) 598-4325 Several Homes WDH CHA "0 $200 00 Off Rent c Available For Rent Available Call m Gann & Gann Rentals Month To Month Lease r-Call (813) 789-0760 u; Call For Rent 2 -5 Bedrooms 813-975-0258 Call (813) 704-3370 % m 3) 229-8696 Or Starting At c $595 00/Monthly 2009 East Ida 2041h East Selma Ave. m (813) 373-2515 < m Investors Choice Reatty 3/ 1 -Computer Room AFFORDABLE LMNG 1 Bedroom/1 Bath ::c 2129 Main Street < 727-58o-9184 CHA Large Fenced Yard For SENIORS 55+ Upstairs Garage 2909 Jefferson Street c Laundry Room Near Downtown Apartment m Apartment en Progress VIllage Deposit $300 00 Great Views c 806 Aortbraska Ave. From $398/Monthly $500 00/Monthly Room For Rent Completely Remodeled Section 8 Accepted $500/Deposit )> Utilities Included z 3 Bedroo m/2 Bath Home (813) 231-3101 Available Immediately c Section 8 Welcome Corner Lot. (813) 401-1829 813 253-2868 Section 8 Accepted "T1 :!! Homes Completely Fenced Monday-Friday c Section 8 Welcome For Rent 8 :00 am 4 :00 pm Call (813) 786-8670 3011 North 16th Street 3/1 $825.00/Monthly $1,175 00/Monthly 3/1 CHA Huge Yard 1 0017 East 23rd Street Ben (813) 843-8859 New Appl iances NAPFE Towers And More $895 00/Monthly 3/1 $795 00/Monthly 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Sen ior Housing 2216 East 20th Avenue CHA WDH Plus Deposit Apartment For Elderly 1 Bedroom 4/2-$850 00/Monthly Section 8 OK Plant CityTowers Fenced Yard 34th Street Near Rent Based On Income & Call (813) 777-3057 $1 1 00 00/Monthly Hillsborough Avenue Plant City Close To Shopping For Detailed Information $1,000 00/Deposit Living Center Centers Public Or Section 8 Call (813) 879-5959 Transportation Applications Available At: West Tampa Houses 3 Bedroom Voucher Security Patrol For Rent Will Negotiate Excellent Location 103 W Mahoney St Water/Sewer/Trash 3503 East 11th Avenue Plant City, FL 33563 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom (813) 900-6926 Or 405 E Damon St. Included Or 4 Bedroom 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Plant City, FL 33563 813.977.1663 $650-$1,050 Per Month venue All Appliances One Bedroom Apta. rrv 111 Newer Kitchen Appliances Large 2/1 A/C Washer Hook-up Rent Based On Income Baths, Central Air WID Hook-up And More 8 a .m. 4 p m. Most Have Fenced Yard All This On A (813) 752-5116 Washer/Dryer Hookups On Busllne Large Shaded lot (TTY)1-800-955-8n1 Section 8 Vouchers OK Option To Buy $595 00/Monthly UPPORTTHE Most Pets OK $499 00/Monthly FLORIDA SENTINEL Drive By Available So See Today! No Credit Check Must Show Proof B LLETI m Call Patrick 813-254-5338 Of Income ADVERTISER -(813) 625-2061 a,

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0 C\1 o) ::J ""') > a: LL. 0 u.. 0 z c( 0 Ul w ::J t-it w > w 0 w l: Ul :::i m ::J Q. z ::J m w z w Ul C a: 9 u.. Two Apartments For Rent 3 / 1 Central Air/Heating Washer/Dryer Big Living Room Easy Qualifying 4240 E. Curtis Street Call (813) 966-6187 North Tampa And Temple Terrace Area Angle's Apartments 3 Bedroom/2 Bath WDH 0 Deposit No Appl ica tion Fee Sect i on 8 Welcome 813-915-9787 large 1 e room Very Clean Move In Special $200.00 Off 1st Month $500.00/Monthly W / SIG Included Rental References Required (813) 267-4488 First Month Free $50.00 Move In Excellent Rental History Required 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Wrth Central Stat i on Alarm 2104 IB W. Beach Street $550 00/Monthly Security Deposit Of $300 ()() Can Be Paid At $50.00 Per Month For 6 Months (813) 23&-6353 Currently Accepting Applications For Studios, 1 Bedroom And Handicapped Accessible Apartments With Section 8 Subsidy Rent Based On Income ID (813) 831-7115 cl4 N TTY 1-8oo-955-8n1 w i e 11 Section 8 Tenants 0 Security Deposit 3 Bedroom / 1 Bath Central Heat/Air Washer / Dryer Hook -u p Near Everything Call (813) 546-n82 Sulphur Springs N i ce Beaut iful Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment $550.00/Monthly $250 00 / Depos it Water Included Call (813) 298-8245 Busch Gardena Area BAD CREDIT? No Problem!! FREE APPLJCATlONII Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile Floors N ew App liances New Ceiling Fans $525 00/Monthly Water & Trash Included'!!' Very Low Depos1t1 813-244-4551 Sulphur Springs 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Qu ie t Area $500 00/Monthly $300 00 Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 503-5321 1011 E. Bougainvillea 211 For The Price Of One Quiet Property Beautiful Duplex Fenced Yard Section 8 0 Depo si t (813) 264-9660 Duplexes North Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $575 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposlt 3 Bedroom/1 Bath $700 00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit THe Throughout CHA Available Nowl Section 8 Accepted 813-876-4582 Sulphur Springs Section 8 Welcome 3 Bedroom / 1 Bath Duplex Central A/C, WDH $850 00 / Month ly Deposit Negotiable Phone (813) 728-7510 (813) 453-3741 Section 8 Only 0 Deposit Accept ing 2 & 3 Bedroom Vouchers large 311 CHA WDH New Pain t Quiet Area (813) 789-3879 Tampa Heights Duplex 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-up $600 00/Monthly Plus $300 00 Security Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 2 Bedroom Duplex WDH nte F looring CA&H Pa1d W ater And San i tation 10009 lA N 14th Street (Off Unebaugh) Section 8 -YES $700 00/Montnly $350 00/Security Call (813) 986-3205 (813) 31()-8598 Frrat Month Free S50.00 Move In Excellent Rental History Requ i red 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Burglar Bars 3023-B North 48th Street $585 00/Monthly Security Depos i t Of $300 00 Can Be Paid At $50 00 Per Month For 6 Months 813-238-6353 Section 8 Only 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Duplex Nice Area WDH CHA New Paint Tile Floors $0 Deposit Call John (813) 789-3879 8721 12th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Central Heat & Air Washer / Dryer Hook-up $550 00/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Call (813) 451-1568 (813) 451-1776 3 Bedroom Duplex Clean A/C, New Paint nle, WID Hook-up $850 00/Monthly 8304 Mulberry Apt IS No Deposit (813) 238-6100 Rooms For Rent County Setting Seffner $90.00-$140.00 Inclu des A/C Cable Sto ve & Refrigerator Near Busline Call Mr. Austin (813) 484-1902 Ma. Sara (813) 27o-4047 Small Room $115 00/Weekly $115 00/Deposit Older adults Preferred Must Be Employed Or Rece ivi ng Benefits No Drugs Or Kids Allowed 813--431-1310 10001 N. 11th St. 2/ 1 $525 00 Monthly 4503 N. 15th St Apt C $450 00/Monthly Includes Water 1017 Chllkoot Ave 1 / 1 $450.00/Monthly 1201 E. Seneca Ave 211 $550 00/monthly Call (813) 7n For Detailed Information I -IIl1&1 "] ;1 ;'i{i 11 Newly Remodeled Furnished Rooms For Rent Calbe And Electric lnch ,Jded $125.00 Per Week Call Jason (813) Near Downtown!Busline Or Busch/Nebraska Clean, Quiet large, Furnished Rooms Washer/Dryer CHA, Cable Must Have Job & Drug Free (813) 493-2401 New Tampa Area Private Room And Bath Male Preferred $500.00/Monthly Includ es Utilities No Smo kin g Or D rinkin g Call (813) 988-4575 Clair Mel Area Room For Rent Private Bathroom Shared Kitchen And Uving Room $120 .00 $175.00 Deposit Varies Call (813) 545-9139 Rooms For Rent Busch Gardens Fair Grounds Area Furnished Cable Washer/Dryer, CHA Close To Bus Unes Utilities Paid (813) 478-1286 r I value Near Downtown For Any Size Room $1 00.00/Weekty Or $400.00/1st Month Umi ted Time Special Near Busline 30 Must Be Employed 30 Years Of Age & Otder Must Have Steady Income $1 00. 00/Weekty $1 OO.OOIDeposit Jim (813) 237 Beverty (813) 2SS.7'834 JMnette (813) 230-6778

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Rooms For Rent Age 55 And Up Preferred $100.00-$120.00/Weekly Plus Deposit Electric And Water Included (813) 241-4158 For Rent Rooms/ Apartments In Quiet Building No Drugs Allowed VIsit: 2913 N 15th St. Call Henry (813) 727-0151 lean Rooms In Ybor City Includes All Utilities & Cable From $120.00/Weekly Or $475 00/Monthly $1 00. 00/Deposit 813-245-1998 West Tampa South Of 1-275 Near Armenia Furnished $100 .00-$125.00/Weekly Includes All Utilit ies Cable & Personal Fridge Call(813)545-8074 Tarpley's Sales & Service New & U sed Financ ing Available Call (813) 238-7884 Uc: 11815130 Complete Air Conditioning & Heating Service On All Makes And Models Call (813) 620.1866 LIC tCAC 1814465 $500.00 & Up Call Attorney Roderick 0. Ford (813) 223-1200 www.fordlawflrm.org African American Labor Law Attorney *Workers' Compensation *Employment Discrimination *La bor Union Grievances Call Attorney Roderick 0. Ford (813) 223-1200 www.fordlawflrm.org $5001 Pollee Impounds! Honda s, Chevy 's, Acura s Toyota's Etc From $5001 For LlstJngs Call 800-366-9813 Ext 3695 $0 Down! Cars From $29 00/Monthly! 36 Months @ 8.5 % APR Police Impounds For Listing Call 800-366-9813 Ext K456 Beds Twin $60.00 $65.00 $75. 00 Full Queen K ing $ 110 .00 & Up Bunk Beds $150 .00 Call (813) 31o-o991 Never Pay A Cell Phone Bill Ag ainlll Or Own Your Own Business M ake $500 .00, $2,000 .00 Even $4,000 00 W eekly Web: http://OJrtremetHm.zoommoblle .net (813) 649-8275 SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 65 YEARS C.C.'s Carpet Cleaning 1 3 Rooms ONLY $24 95 No Hidden CHARGES! Also Available Mobile Car Wash ing And Pressure Washing (813) 325-4330 Jones Family Chlldcare Home Infants 13 Yrs Old Gold Seal, Accred i ted Monday Friday Temple Terrace Area Call (813) 985-0353 Uc I L.HC432058 House Keeping And Maid Service Low Rates Senior Citizens 20% Off On Wednesday s Free Estimates (813) 42()-{)950 Or (813) 325-6043 Top Notch Computer Service Has Moved To 3428 W Cypress Street Call For Directions (813) 241-9050 Or (813) 695-7813 Thanks For Your Continued Patronage Tony The Technician DNA Testing Paternity Test We Come To Youl Results In 3 Days Legal Or Personal Testing Payment Plans 24Hour Service Monday Saturday OLM-ONA Testing Services (813) 9282753 Dlmaervlcea91 Oyahoo.com Now Servicing Nationwide 1-888-851 Residential And Commercial Complete Electrical Service Breaker Panels And Receptacles Lights, Outlets Service Upgrades Call Rufus Electric Contracting (813) 348-6148 Uc IER13013733 DJ's Home Repair Expert In Roofing And nle, Repa irs Drywall Driveways Home Additions And More W.S.F Enterprises (813) 369-2480 Remodeling, Repairs Electrical Plumbing Drywall Stucco Roofing Construction Cleanups Hauling And More Residential & Commercial Uc ICGC061605 Insurance Plus Need A Break On Insurance? Get Ucensed Reinstated As Low As $119 .00 Renew Tag Or Sticker For $58 99 We Also Offer SR22 And FR44 nt1e Service (813) 988-2857 (813) 310-8608 Paying Top Dollar! $500.00 Minimum You Called The Rest Now Call The Best! *Subject To Vehicle Condition Don' t Delay Call Today (813) 362-6635 Junk Cars We Buy Junk Cars Trucks And Vans Call (813) 784-8339 We Buy Junk Cars And Trucks CALL J.R. (813) 966-3501 We Pay More We Buy Junk Cars $250 .00 $1,000.00 24f7 Free Towing We Pay What We Say (813) 41().0()61 I Buy Cars In Any Condition Perfect -Not So Perfect TrtJe -No TrtJe No Problem Any Shape!! Top$$$ Call (813) 335-3794 We Pay rop $CASH$ Up to $1,500.00 For Junk Cars Trucks Vans And Motorcycles Runn ing Or Not We Pick Up Any Junk MetaVAppliances For FREE 7 Days A Week (813) 695-2438 Landscaping, Zeroscapf Sodding, Tree Jobs, Plar .s Sprinklers Hauling Cleanups Uc ICGC061605 Discounts For Churches/Seniors Garage, Parking Lot And Apartment Clean-up Available C.ll813-447-7674 Or 813..$26-6142 "TT r 0 ::u en m z z m r:m c: r r !!l z c: m r Cii % m c m < m ::u < c: m en c ,. z c "TT ::u 6

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