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. : ... : . Tampa Bay Atea ... J ..... ., c:c c a: 0 -I u. VOL. 65 NO. 93 TUESDAY, JULY 13,2010 24 PAGES 75 Model Needs Votes To Be 'Sexiest Guy' SEE PAGE 2 Stylist To Host Kids Hair Show SEE PAGE 8 spect Faces 4th Murder Charge SEE PAGE 3 African Pranrb 1 VVherethereislov e there is no darkn e ss an Stabbed To Death I Rooming House SEE PAGE 1 6 BLAKE HIGH CLASS OF 1960 50TH REUNION The Blake High School Class of 1960 celebrated their 50th reunion with a vari ety of activities The reunion theme was A Golden Year. The reunion banquet was at the Hilton Hotel. In attendance were seated left to right : Kenneth Franklin Rosa Jones Velma Douglas Erma Griffin ; C1audla Ross Anne Gordon Gloria Green Geraldene Cottman and Eura Daniels Second row, Ronald Cherry Mary Gaston Alvin McNair Wilbert Malphus Sylvia Bornell William Woods Mattie Merkerson Edward McNair Theresa Clark Henry Pride and Nonna Reese. Third row Wallace Cutler Evelyn Bennett Lucille Johnson, Robert McGill Joh n Millings Bernard Flowers Rev Shafter Scott Chester Monroe JohneU Conaway Bernard Clark George Alexander Harold Wilson and Samuel Gathers (Photo by Sylvester Harris)

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oP---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------..-Features M .... :::> .., Woman Gives Co-Worker Gift Ollile <( c en w :::> .... BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, a Tampa woman gave the gift of life to another person with the donation of a kidney. She took ad vantage of the opportunity to improve the quality oflife ofthe recipient. In many instances, organ donation remains anonymous because the donors have died. But in this case, not only did Ms. Katrina Humphreys know the recipient, Avery Harris, but they both work for the same company. Harris was diagno ed with organ lupus at the age of 15 and th e eli ea e affected hi kidneys. The d:isea e also cau ed other illn es. But in t ad of allowing hi illnesS to affect him, Harris began working at weet Bay Supermarket in 2004. I had to help m y he said. Although he would s uffer setbacks, he continued t o work and attend school. He graduated from J efferson High School in 2005. But, h e a lr eady knew th a t h e would need a kidney C transplant by the time h e was 19. a: Ms. Humphreys, who has been u.. an employee of the company for 1 7 c z years, and Harris met during a store <( opening as the company was changing its name 4-1h years ago. Harris C said he often boasts about being the f3 fastest cashier. ::l Harris said his illness became com.,_ moo knowledge after h e was asked to w > w Avery Harris is shown with MB. Katrina Humphreys at Tampa General Hospital after the kidney tramoplunt. The two met at a local supennarket where they are both employed. bring carts in from th parkin g l ot. W I told th e m th a t I couldn't do that be cause I co uldn t be ex pos<.-'<1 to the un lik e that. I explained it to h e r because I didn't want her to think I didn' t want to do He said after his illn e became common known the employees began l ooking out for him. "Everyo ne in the store was telling m e to eat. 1 was joking and I told th m I needed a kidney and wa anyone going to do-nate H oweve r the e mployees took him e riousl y and the bookkeeper, Ms. Lillie Pechedo, offered, but they were not a match. Others offered as well. When Ms. Humphreys offered, they tested her and she was a match during the early testing. She. tested and in a couple of days he. was told be was a perfect match. Ms. Humphreys 38, said that even if she had not been a match for Harris, she would have remained on the donor list to help someone else. Harris, who turned 23 on June 2tt', said "I kept getting sick and that prevented me from getting on the list. The surgery was finally performed at Tampa General Hospital on June 21"' The surgery was a success and both were released from the hosptial. "I'm an organ donor and I felt that if I could improve his quality of life, then I would," Ms. Humphreys said. The child of a military family, Ms. Humphreys said everything is hapas she was told. "It feels a little weird, but I'm just waiting for my body to return to normal." She enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, and roller blading. She's acquired some college courses and is thinking about returning to school to major in Human Resources. I want to encourage people because life is so short, nobody is guaranteed tomorrow," Ms. Humphreys said. Harris said the transplant takes an emotional toll as well as the phys ical one. He said recovery is difficult and that yo u need a support group to help you with the emotional stress. Harris is the SOD of Mrs. Anita Dogan-Harris, and the grandson of Mrs. Nella Mae Dogan. He also bas a younger sister, Avien. c w :::t: en ::::i m ::) Tampa an amedOne 'Sex-estG a. z ti ...J ...J ::) m ...J w z w en 4( c a: 0 ...J u.. N w BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor AyoungTampa man learned of a contest while on Fac ebook. H e decided to e nt e r after he learned that the winner would have an opportu nity to further m d ling exposure Having mod led in th past, Roodly Proph t said be decided to nter th contest. The entry period for the "Sexiest Guys-NextDoor" contest by m e n 's clothes d esigne r Perry Ellis was June 151 through July 200. On July tt", Prophet 3608 N. 1Sth(com rOflake) 81 '!'Itt' frrl h ,\ \1 'P .1vr..1<1't I)' t } r v ... ROODLY PROPHIITE ho.'icn as contend r In Sexi Guys'' contest think that with persistence and hard work, you n ev r know w h r it will tak you." He nlso feel s thnt because Perry Ellis is a big nam th X'J)erien could possibly p n oth r doors for futu opportunities. A native of Ft. Lauderdale Prophete is the son of Mrs. VIVian Prophete Leroy. After graduating from high school, he earned his B. A. degree from the University of South Florida in Business Finance. He' s a member of Faith Center in his hometown and attends Jesus Peo ple 's Church in Tampa. After graduating college Prophete moved to fiami where be was a partner and manager of a restaurant He returned to Tampa 6 months ago after the restaurant closed and now manages the Target tore on Waters Avenue. Proph te s philosoph is to ize opportunities when th y become available. Follov your dreams bec.au ;ou n r know v h -tb y will take you. When tim allo th 24-year-old bach r enj rei ing, ba k and mod ing. H king fur th community h p him win th con t by ting a for him. An n \Vishing to te for Proph te can vi it th P rry lli Fa k at http://www.fuce\mok. com!PerzyEllis?y::yu)p 1044 220638gm.

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c leaders: 'Communitv Must Be Included' To Support 1C Tax On Ballot c.. c: !< ..... BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On the November ballot vot e rs will b e as k e d to pass or defeat the Hillsborough County Transportation R e f erendum. If passed, the ref erendum will allow a 1 sales tax to create a light rail system, road improvements, and new bus stops. More than 100 residents attende d a m eeting a t B e ul a h Bap tist Church last Thurs d ay to as k questi o n s a b out the proposed t ax and li ght rail sys t e m S o m e w h o attended t h e meetin g s hared t he i r thou ghts with the S entine l. Ms. Ann J enkins said, "I agree that Hillsborough County must move forward; MS. ANN JENKINS I b elie v e tha t th e light r ail i s a good thing, but m y m a in co n cern goes a littl e d ee p e r My m ajo r co n cern is, Will Af ri ca n Ame ri ca n ci ti ze n s b e n e fit f r o m this m a j o r c h a n ge?' We rece i ve d nothi n g from the last 1 t NAACP in order to establish m a concrete working relation-Z ship to ensure that the mi-nority community will m benefit from contracts and so forth_ We must get on board ASAP to make all this a real-ity! !!l z c: AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE m r-Cii News Alert The Aorida Law States That You May Be Entitled TO $1 0,000 For loss Wages And Meclcal Care. Personalized Senice -Support and Help from the beginnilg to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or wort -No Recovery, No Fee Investigators -H there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Meclcal Care Provided Pharmacy -ff8e Delivery Specia&mg In: car, Bus, Bicycle, Motoroycle, Sl' & Pedestrian Inci-dents, Loss Wages, \rungful Death And Mora_ Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week m c m < m :u < c: m f/) c )> z c :u c

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or-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USP S 2 02-140) 22 0 7 2 1st Avenue. T a mp a Florid a 33605 (813) 2 4 8 -192 1 Published Ev ery Tue s d a y a nd Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., M e mb e r of National N e wsp a per Publi s h e r s A s soci a tion (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Addr es s Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Period i cal Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS CIRCULATION MANAGER TOY NETTA COBB PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIAED MANAGER Subscrlptl ona-$44 .0CHi Month s Both EdltJons: $87 00.Per Y u r Both EdltJo ns. Op l n lona uptftMd on editorial 1"'11" of thla by Columnl ta 0< GUM do not -...tty rel1ec:t the ed lorial -of The Floricl4o s.ntiMI B ullelln 0< the PubllaN< Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right H eadlines are gone. But the wo. und still fest e r c Perhap that i s why the d eath of two Tampa police office r continue to cause hard-feelin and b a d ::> blood, e ven inside the Tampa Police D e p artment it If. Maybe thi explain why hie f J a n astor r ntly a: u pende d a highlyr g ard d TPD mpl y wh only infraction in ten y ars h n that h th w aunt of Dontae Morri and the m oth r o f t h C who w a c aught fra t ernizing with Dontn brother. Accusing Carolyn Riggin of withholding rma ti n m simply because be was tb murd rer' aunt n t onl but it e t a confusing pre d t tha t could z wreck police-community relation for y Wt-Think about it. How many police offic ..J family members or loved on wh h ..J crimes in thl city? Are we to equal guilt? Carolyn Riggin m to persecution from h r own d partm seemingly becom judg and jury. w U) c( c a: 0 ..J LL Should America Ra The Social Secor Retirement Age; e A lot 01 People Died That Dav 0 n June 29, 2010, Tampa Police Officers David Curtis and Jeffery Kocab were gunned down aft e r a traffic stop It was a gutwr e nching tragedy that took the liv es of two young men in th e prim e of th e ir liv es The s hooting was horribl e because two poli ce offi cers w e r e kill e d in th e course of doing th e ir job s Nothing can be said or writ t e n to downpla y th e serious n ess o f two poli ce officers be in g kill ed. It is tra gic a n y ti m e any o ne is kill ed. Ufe is t oo prec i ous. We will a l ways be foreve r g r a teful t o th ese t wo officers f o r t h e service they gave to the citizens of Tampa. While officers Curtis and Kocab paid the ultimate price, a lot of people died that day. The families of the two officers did not require a fun e ral but they too died th at d ay. Th e famil y will never s ee their loved ones again. Eve n though they will live on a number of people with the Tampa Police Depart m ent died that day. They know that th ey lost two of the ir own, forever. It is a mark that they will carry w ith th e m every tim e they repo rt f o r du ty. W e can' t s h o w too much re-Carl axie Brashear: First Black Navv Deep-Sea DiVer gret and sympathy for our brave officer s o f the law But, there were others who died that day. The family of Dontae Morris died that day. They know that if Dontae killed two police officers, his life, for all practical purposes, has ended. No matter what mothers say, they always live and die according to what is going on in the Lives of their children. Cortnee Brantley died that day. She died because the entire episode is something that she will have to carry with her for the rest of her life. That is true no matter how guilty or innocent she maybe. Finally, there is the legion of unknowns who die every time a senseless and unnecessary death occurs. A lot of other people died that day. The sting of that dreadful day has changed this community forever. cove r th e f ourth bo m b. Dur ing recovery man e uvers, Brashear's l eft leg w as nearly severed an d eventu ally was amp u tated below the knee. Wanting to continue his career as a deepsea diver Brashear was fitted with an artificial leg and was discharged from the avy R efusing to accep t or sign his discharge p apers, Brashear secretly enrolled in a diving school in o rfolk., V rrginia and ent the avy pictures of his trainin g exercises to prove he co uld s till per form his job as a d ee p-sea diver. Eventually naval offi cers in ashington D. C. ordered Brashear to demon trate hi ability and kill at the deepea diving chool in a hington D.C. Th dem nstration included a w -long eri of t ts which called for him to walk around carrying a 290-pound helium rig, climb a I add r with weigh equivalent to n uba tanks trapp to hi ba and B b of u passed th t t remained n a ti d u ty r 12 more years earned th rank of . avy M ter andretired fromth in

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Horoscopes Today's Birthday Y o u ac h ieve ba l a n ce thi s yea r as yo u p ur s u e soc i a l a n d caree r o bj ectives w h i l e m a n agi n g h o u se h o ld i ss u es i magi n ative ly. P r act i ca l and e thi ca l co n s id eratio n s occ upy your t h o u g ht s a n d co uld detrac t f r o m p u rs uin g ro m antic inte r es ts. Don t l e t th a t h appen! Cancer (June 22-July 22) -O ther peop l e t h in k you shou ld b e ab l e t o ge t your ac t t oge th e r in a h o t minute. For you it's n ot t h a t s i mp le. B oth s i des mu s t compro mi se. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Your c h allenge now i s to unfo l d an i d ea so th a t o th e r s ca n g r as p t h e imp01t of your p l a n Wha t seems init ially frivol o u s b eco m es a r allyin g cry. Virgo (Aug. 23-8ept. 22) -To perfec t your aim, fir s t ide ntify t he t a r get. C hall e n ge your c reati ve ca p ac i ty t o re m ai n still and l et yo u r eyes wande r t o find it. libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) B e tw ee n you a n d a partner, you have troubl e f oc u s in g on the more important t asks Take turns dec i ding whi ch j o b t o tak e on. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -It see m s like yo u can' t bring career i ss u e int o f oc u P art o f yo u wants t o pin down details Allowing for flexibility d oes th e tri ck. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-De c 21) Someone has twist d your vi w o f wha t n eeds t o h a p pe n n ext. Don t just get mad : get curious This allows for a be tter n ew p ic tu re. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)R ecognize where your luck i com ing from. S ometimes yo u make your own, bu t righ t now other people are the so u rce. Thank the m profuse ly. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Cro -training i as eft: ctiv in chool and work as it i in physical a tivity. T ach om n your job a nd then learn abou t theirs Pisces (Feb. 1 9 -March 20)P art of ur work today involv un raveling compl x i u betw n t run members. n pers n requir detail d in tru tion Th other rks alon Arie (March 2 1 -April 19) rn t ad o f focu ing on o t ncl to career uccess, u your own imagin ation to build a crea tiv foundation, and then tackle details. Taurus ( April 2o-Ma y 20) Dife(:t action may not work tod ay. Instead weave a web of charm. Fmme all conversation in th most op timistic terms imaginable. Gemini (May 21-June 21)Group efforts require strong I d r bip. tep into the gap by bam ing our wild im ginati nand provid ing a so tid framework. Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-Annie i hired as the PR rep for Chandl r Enterpri es; KrystaJ reassur s .Jac on that Ericn lov him: olhy looks for evidence that Damon might be cheating. Erica mak an ad mi ssio n to Caleb; David may fir Frankie from the ho.c;pitnl: Greenlee discovers s he 's not invited to her fnther wedding Ryan help a drunken Greenlee; Caleb's connection to Adam Chandler is at i ue; Angie bas another \;suaJ-orientation attack. AS THE WORLD TURNS H e nry learn Vienna w, s not nant; Will can t let go of his gut ling that som thing is wrong w;th Barbara. Craig and Lily go to New York to sign th e perfum factory contract ; Faith accompanies Parker to a commercial shoo t Bob turns down Mona Cross' offer to buy the hospit a l ; Carly finally learns about Jack's offer for Janet and Uberty to sta at Snyd r Farm BOW AND THE 8 U HFUL-Brook visit t ph n In prison and is stunned when he t l h r o t to pt t phani al; P m assures Stephen that h e is th for him ; Bill put his pi n into ction; Justin repr ents Donna in her arbitmtion regarding h r divo 1 -tlement. Hope vi its t ph n in jail and breaks th n that lh :r's persuaded her to go to colleg in Boston: t phani I h out at h r sister for not realizing Steph n' s tru m tiv ; th arbi trator mak his ruling in the case of Logan v. Forrest r. t ph n as f r som tim alone with Pam ; Stephanie threat n s t ph n ; H ope puts all of h r trust in Oliver and Brooke; OUver begs t effy to stop blackmailing him and Brooke ; Steffy comes up with anoth r d mand for Brook D AYS O F OUR LIVES-Nicole onfronts E.J about kidnapping Sydney; Melanie tell s Philip that hloe is hloe insists s h doesn't know who th fath r of h r baby is; Dani I qu tio n s ivian about her involv ment with hlo and Carl ; ivian warns M elani about Carly. Melani invit es Brnd y and Arianna to a picnic: icole gets an idea about how to reveal E.J's guilt; hi t 11 Oani I that Philip was there for her during a dlffi ult tim ; M e loni asks Philip if th cnn move into their O'\Yfl hom Or Bak r tell s Ni ol not to ril E.I;Adri enne confronts Hope about h r nt action con rniog Justin EJ asks Sami to go on an ext nded vacntion with him and th kids; Hope gets a refill of her s le ping pill s; Bo rea ssur rl that he lo cs h e r GENERAL HOSPITAL-Jaso n Dant and Spin lli find Franco' s man s ion; Clair threaten to report Ml hn I to th judg ; Patri k a nd Robin may make love Jaso n find mor lu s; Sam pr pares to ee Jason, but Franco s urpri s s h r; Kris tina freak out. Sam confronts Franco with a gun; Sonny pulls lair into a hot kiss: Ethan g t Ma a to di sc u ss her tragic romanti past ONE LlFE T O LIFE-Layla fac a heartbreaki ng d ision; Blair tells Eli s he h as mad ad i s ion about h i s w ddlng proposal; Hannah has a breakdown. Bo throw s David out; J len and Natali b come s ick; .John voices his suspi cions abo u t Hnnnab. Markko mn gi e Langsto n a nother chance; Todd surpris s T a with a marriage pro posal; Co l e questions Hann ah about h r br kdown. YOUNG AND THE RESTLES Sky has u n u lt ima tum for Ada m ; Billy a n d Victoria hav their first dot Mac 's d pr ion d p e n s; Jill trie s to for h r I f i nto Laur n's lif P h yllis and J n k fall ba k I n to o l d h abi t s; Tuck ran d Ashl y m ak a d l s lon abou t t h ir futur Attending the Black and White Ball are Wandez Parfitt, Mary Ann Haynes, Earl Haynes, Cedrita Siplin Newkirk, and Steve McCormick. part of a Crime Prev nti n function Judge Bob Johnson and Police woman EmUia drecha visit Wlian fitchell in h e r Main Street home. A photo ofth ch. ring squad of Jon High hool from Orlando. N 0 ..... 0 'TI r-0 :::D c )> Cn m z :::! z m r-aJ c r rm :::! z ., c m c CJ) ::I: m c m < m :::D < -t c m CJ) c )> z c 'TI c

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HAROLD DEANNA HUNTER And MAGGIE HUNTER H a pp y birthd ay to Harold a n d Deanna Hunter. Congratulations Congratulation o n July 1 2 1 Love grandma. wn From, your kid-and grand c hildr n. r n hi g.radu tion HAROLD HUNTER Happy birthday. You're out of ight, but not out of mind nna. add, Local SL John Cathedral Homecoming St. John Cathedral under the leadership of Bishop Eddie Newkirk, h e ld it Homecoming celebration recently Mrs. Marie Miller wa s the program chairperson. (Photos by Streets and Streets Photography, George Streets) Janice Hunte r Jack on and Willie Jackson enjo}ing the Homecoming c elebra ti o n Marie Miller was the program chairman. Homecoming celebration gue ts included Marlena, Dnid and Mekeia Butler.

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0 0 Local Computer Mentors Recipient 01 $15,000 Grant veri c a: --. -.. -.. .,..:.... .. -, -.. LL Recently Verizon presented a grant to support the Computer Mentors Group Youth Programs. C Among those on hand for the presentation were from left to right: Ralph mith, Executive Director Z of Computer Mentors; Ms. Julie Smith, Neil Annstrong, tate Senator Arthenia Joyner, William ct Reid, Dr. Maxine Woodside. c en w BYIRJS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor > Several years ago, a Tampa ffi man introduced the co nceJ>t > of bridging the digital divid e w 0 for at-ri k youngsters. Since w that time, Ralph Smith, Executive Director of the en :::; Computer Mentor's Group. CD Recently, Verizon awarded ::) Q. Computer Mentors a Z $15,000 grant to support youth programs. The organi_, zation provides programs for _, ::) youngsters in middle and CD high school. ..J The donation mak it w Z possibl e for 150 a t -risk youngsters th e opportunity w to obtain technology kill en and technology for th ir homes. a: 0 _, LL The first program i for hi g h school tuden i the Youth Comput e r Certification & Ownership Program. This program ofJ rs students the opportunity to am a personal computer th _-tak home at th completion of the 6-month training period. It also provid th m with an industry andard certification and a coUege credit. The curriculum has thr focal poin : computer fundamental k y pplication ; and Jiving onlin Th nd program tar-ool tud th Mi dl rtifi tion rro-StVIist To Host Area's First All Kids Hair Show BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Introd u c in g for th e fir s t time in the bay area, One Night Out Entertainment and l oca l hair stylis t, Rochelle, will bring the peopl e of Tampa an event n ever see n before. On Sunday, August 1st at 6:30 p.m., Rochelle wiJJ hos t the fir s t "Sc ho o l H o u se Jam All Kids Hair Show and Talent Extra vaganza." Th e event will be h e ld at the Comfort Inn and Suites on Busch B ou levard Rochelle has been a hair stylis t for more than 10 years and said s h e's attended dozens of hair shows. ago, I came up with the idea t o feature kids rather than adult s. I wanted to do somethin g diff e r ent, and I f elt the kids would really enjoy something like this. Th e models for the show will be provided by area sty lists and must be kids in either e lementary or hi gh school. Rochelle sai d there are. till orne things that have to be finished and finalized. WI would lik e to do thi s again, although I know there' s a lot of work involved. The final product is what makes it all worth whil e .r Over soo in cash and prizes will be featured and everyone is asked to come out and join the battle of the talented, creative, and brave models in the area. For more information call (81.3) 965-0485. Eastern Heights llelgb orb assuclad Crime tc rved and for more information call

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Local 'Businesswoman OIThe Year' Finalists MS. HOSETTA COLEMAN . Fifth Third Bank executive nominated in Financial Services Category BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several bay area women are finalists in the "Businesswoman of the Year" Awards Competition. The Tampa Bay Business Journal is sponsorin g the event. This year a record number of(6o) wom e n were named as finalists for the award. An independe nt panel of judges determined the finali t s. The ca t egories are: Busin s S rv ice s Education. Entrepreneur, Financial Services, Qovemment, Manufacturing, Media Nonprofit, Technology, and Young Mrs. Hosetta Belcher Coleman was chosen as a finalist in the Financial Serv ices category. Mrs. Coleman joined Fifth Third Bank 5 years ago as the Director of Human Resources and is currently .a Vice Pre id ent with the bank. Col man is al o memb r of the Board of Di rector of the Florida Agricul tural & Mechanical niversity (FAMU) Foundation. She i s also credited with creating th Tampa Bay National Associa tion of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR) Chapter and mains actively involved in the organization. A Tampa native, M Coleman Is the daughter of the late Jose and Emma P. Belcher. She graduated from Chamberlain High School in 1978, and continued her education at Tuskegee University. She earned her B. S. degree in Business AdminJstration; has an M. B. A. from the UnJv r sity of Phoenix; and holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources designation Mrs. Coleman is a m m ber of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the Tampa Chapter of The Unks, Inc., th Development Leadership Council for the C nt r for Autism and r lat d 01 abili ti at th Univ rsity of uth MS. ESTRELUTA "LO"BERRY .. President CEO of REACHUP I NC., nominated in Nonprofit Category Florida. She a lso serves on th e Hillsborough County Community Action Board and is a member of Allen Temple AME Cl:l.urc.h. Ms. Estrellita "Lo" Berry h as been nominated for the honor in the non-profit category. Ms. Berry i s th e Pre s ident, CEO. of REACH P. In c .. an organiza tion that first came into xis t e n cc in 2003 and wa s incorporated in 2006. Rf.ACII U P i an acronym for Re pond, Educate. Adv oca t e. 'ollaborate for llcalth in l n derserved Population Ms. Berry is th Project Director a nd Prin cipal In tigator for th e federally funded Central Hillsborough Healthy tart Pr oject and tate-funded lo ing the Gap for The Lawton and Rhea Chiles Center for Healthy Mothers and Babi at the U niv ersity of outh Florida I had ana. In October 20 2, join d th National H thy Start ociation's Board of Directors. Sb is m mber of several organization Community rvi boards th tin-dud Zero Exposur Partn rship of Hill borough County, th-Mar h of Dim and Victory TMB burch Educational and Youth Entr -pr n urshlp Board C Tell Religious -t c: m CJ) Elected First Female Bishop 01 The CME Church c t... c: ...... w MOBILE, AL -At th e General Conferen ce of th e Ch r istian Methodis t Ep i sco pa l (C.M.E.) Church in Mo bi l e, Alabama, five new bishops were e l ec t e d The Rev. Dr. Teresa Snorton was e lected the first female bishop of the denomination. Bishop Teresa Snorton i s th e Execut i ve Director of th e national Assoc iation for C lini ca l Pastoral Education, Inc. (ACPE). h e is the for m e r Executive Director of th e Emory Center for Pastoral Services in Atlanta, Georgia and former Director of Pastoral Services at Cra\vford Long HospitaL She has been adjunct instructor in Pastoral Care a t Candler chao! of Theology a t Emory niver s ity Bishop Teresa Snorton is a fourth generation, life long CME. Her great-grandfather, father and uncle were all CM E pastor and her grandmother was an active BISHOP TERESA SNORTON missionary. Her two sisters are also CME ministers. As an ordained minister in the CME Church, she was a former pastor in Kentucky, prior to moving to Atlanta. Bishop Snorton has a B. A. degree from Vanderbilt University, a Master of Di vinity degree from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, a Master of Theology in Pastoral Care from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, a Post-Graduate c; Certificate in Patient Counselin g f rom Virginia Commonwealth University, and the Doctor of Ministry degree from Un it e d Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. Bishop Snorton is married to Charles Short. They have three sons and three grandchildren. The Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, under the leadership of Senior Bishop Thomas L. Hoyt, Jr. and its College of Bishops, is a 139-year old historically African American Christian denomination with more than 1.2 million members across the United States, and bas missions and sister ., churches in Haiti, Jamaica, r Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and g the Democratic Republic of c the Congo, Sudan/ Egypt, l> en Ken y a Tanzania, Uganda m Rwanda and Burundi z m r I PannershiP eeting To Feature orkshop III c: r r m :::! z On Tu cs d!Jy a t 10 a.m .. th e E a t T ampa C ommunity R e\italiz.ation Partnership \\ill hold th ir monthly m ting at th Ragan Park Cent r. 1200 East Lake Avenue. It i im rtant that E.a.st Tampa bu in owners a ttending thi meeting as a workshop is sched-., u led on th ommercial Fac;ade Program. ffi ETC RP hairperson. Evan lin B t, said this i ue is so important, they have cleared their C ag nda to make ure each bu in owner has enough time to peak. c m < m ::D -< -t c: m (/) c )> z c ., :!! c

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N Blake Senior First To Receive Sweeting ScholarshiP ,... ::; ::> ""') >"' < c BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter ffi In 2009, All Sports Com::> munity S ervice founder, Tyt-rone Keys, informed former educator and College Reach-Out Program Director, James Sweeting, Jr., he was going to sponsor a scholarship in his honor. "When I called him and told him about it he was in awe and v e ry honored." that's when we decided to go on with the scholarship in his absence." Keys said Smiley was well liked by all of his instructors at Blake who said he was a model student and always eager to learn. "Smiley credits all of his instructors with his success. He worked hard, and now sees the reward for his hard work. wanted to be a teacher because he idolizes the instructors he's bad throughout his career. "I had so much help as a student, and this is my way of paying it back. Unfortun a t e ly, Mr. Sweeting pa e d b for e seein g th first r ecipient of th e Sweeting Scholarship. Aaron Smiley, a s enior from Howard W Blak e Hi g h School. Naomi Swe ting congratulates Aaron Smiley, the first recipient of a scholarship named In honor of her late husban.d. Smiley said in being a warded the scholarship, it feel s like a lot of weight has b ee n lifted from the shoulders of his famil y Smiley will be the third person in his family to attend college, following his mother and sister, who is currently attending graduate school. He also said one of his three brothers wants to be a fipbter pilot in the Air Force and is enrolleq in at Blake. As a recipient of the chol arship, Smiley will get his books and travel expenses covered for his first two e-este d in young peopl e a chi ev ing their pote nti a l. mesters in college. Q Mr. Sweeting's widow, iC Naomi Sweeting, said her husband was a life-long ed.uZ cator who remained inter< H e h e ld that b e li e f until the end o f his lif e. H e was so v e ry proud whe n K eys t o ld him last year about the schol arship. H e looked forward to attending this year's presen tation, but sadly be passed without having had that opportunity. c en w ::> t-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::i r:D ::> 0.. z _, ::> Ul I _, w z z w en < c a: 0 _, LL Q ,... Key said be thinks Smi-Publ i shed : Friday, July 30, 2010 Deadl ine: Wednesday, July 21, 2010 o Gels Your Honor R Photo In The Paper .Chjldts School: Child's Name: Parents : GrandpaJIDts : Achievement ( Choose} Principal's Honor Roll, High Honor R ley was a n exce ll ent choi ce f o r the cholarship. I a w good qualities in Aaron tha t made him the p erfect r eci pi ent for thi s inaugural scholarship award. I am h onored to be a part of this, having worked with Jim Sweeting, and being a part of keeping his legacy going. Aft e r be passed. I got tog ethe r with his wife, and Until this came through, my plans w e r e to attend Hillsborough Community College Now I'm proud to say ru b e attending a Historic Black Coll e g e in North Carolina called Livingstone. I've visited the campus, and I'm ready to get started. Smiley said be will study to be a teach with a minor in history. He said he' s always I owe a lot to Mr. Keys and Ms. Sweeting for making this possible. When I was younger, I worked at All Sports with Mr. Keys and as soon as I get settled, I plan on coming back and working some more. 'Tm also aware of the contributions Mr. Sweeting made and I plan on foHowing in his footsteps Historian oners 10 Black leaders' lecture Series BYIRI B.H TO .cn line l i t)' Edito r On Friday afternoon. a Tampa hi torian "ill partici pate in a lecture s rie! at the L : niwrsity of utl1 Florida Fred H rn ,,;n tnke part in th third lecture of thi ries. H ,,;11 discu the topic w Bla Leaders From Tampa's Past: during the lec ture on July 1 from 12:15 p m t o 1 :10 p m TI1ee\ nt will h ld in th e W t ide Con -nt r id wh n h was peak h s all wed to choose his own t pic. "The most difficult part was narrowing th 1i t down to 10 peopl What wa most ur prising is that five of the p pi are w m n ," H said. I started m y rch in th . Historia n lat 1 o during the time of Recon truction and I'm oing up to about tl1e mid 1950 The information I found is not gen-ral knowledge I had to dig up many of th facts. This wa a very da rou time for African Am ricans, iall men tep out into th limelight." Despite that, the individu al chosen erved as p ioneers in the fields of business real estate, medicine and health, politics land ownership, reli gion and Ia Hearns said some made an impact in more than one field a l am hoping that those people who can "'ill come out and take advantage of thi op portunity to experience orne of Tampa hi tory that you won "t find on a billboard," Hearn said. J ph Mc.Aulieffe is the Coordinator of the program housed F. His goal is to create minority involvemen t in both the lecture series and cla es that are being offered to citizen so years and o l der. lllere i very little minor ity in-v-olvement in the p rogram and we m concerned. W are always trying to r:amine new topi and n i n terests. \ e ncour pl to con tinue to learn n things particularly in th area that are u h aid. a1 fth p niors 1\1 and

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-t Some Feel Race Is The Issue Behind St. Peter Claver School Democratic Support Of Crist For Senate Host 2nd Health Fair BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer A published article in th e Sunday edition of a daily newspaper suggested that some high-powered D emo<:rats have circl e d th e ir wagon s in support of independe nt candidate, Charlie Crist. The article stated Democrats were doing this to make sure Marco Rubio would not become Florida's next U. S. Senator. The primary Democratic candidate seeking the seat is African American U S. Congressman, Kendrick Meek. Some area Democrats are upset at the suggestion that anyone in the party would support a non-Democrat for the Senate. Tampa City Council candidate, Lynette Judge, said she thinks Democrats must be careful with their ideology. I personally think this is a slap in the face to Democrats and Kendrick Meek. We have to be careful not to be hoodwinked and bamboozled I don't want to bring race into it but it certainly appears that' s what's going Stgnupfor Energy Planner, end rec:efve a free Home Energy Audl1 and eight anergy-saving light bUlb on. KENDRJCK MEEK ..... candidate for U.S. Senate seat. "I personally still see Crist as a conservative Republican regardless of hi s Independe nt Party status to run for th e Senate." Mayora l candidate Marion Lewi said h e in full support of Kendrick Meek. I thlnk the re are some Democrats supporting Crist, and thrmving around their w e ight to r ecruit othe r D e mo c r a t s t o d o the arne. Wh e n it' a ll said and d o n e, D m oc r a t will rall y b hind Kendrick. I think th e hit e leadership in th e D e mocratic pa1 ty is behind this, and th e y will do anything to keep an African Am e rican from win ning that s eat. Hill s borough County D e m ocratic Black Caucu s Pr esid ent, Diane Hart, s aid thi s w o uld b e a horribl e thing for D emocrats to do. "As Democrats, we need to support Kendrick. I can't see supporting any other can didate, and I still see Crist as a Republican. u l think race is behind this, and I just can't imagine Democrats supporting an independent candidate. I would urge all Democrats to support their candidate, Kendrick Meek." Hart aid s he also feels thi s co uld b a tacti c b y the R e publi ca n Party to s plit their v o tes and g iv e Rubio a bett e r chance of winning. "If D e m oc r ats do s t and in support of Crist, they might as w ell g i ve Rubio the eat witho ut a n e l ec ti o n The De m ocratic vo t e wo uld be so b a ttered, there' n o \ vay M k w o uld g t w h a t h e t o w in." St. Peter Claver School will host the Second Annual H e a lth Fair, Saturday, July 31, 2010, 10 A.M.3 P.M., at the Nick Capitano Boys and Girls Club, 1218 E. Kay Stree t ( adjacent to the s chool) Famili es are encourag e d to b e gin the 2010-2011 s chool y ear \vith healthy bodies, minds and spirit. In cooperation with the Florida Department of Health and Tampa Family Health Centers, the Health Fair will feature free school physical examinations and childhood immunizations. Back by popular demand is "Kicks for Kids," sponsored by Sheehy Ankle and Foot Clinic. Each child who receives a physical examination will receiv e a free pair of s h oes. Blood pressure checks, cholesterol, dental and diabetes screenings, and healthy c:; lifestyle education will be of-N fered to adult attendees. Many other health-related o services are planned to encourage physical and mental fitness among families and the community at large. All services are provided by professionals with recognized training and expertise as service providers. St. Peter Claver School will be open for tours and the opportunity to apply for admission will follow the Health Fair. Refreshi:nents will be served. Members of the Health Fair Planning Team are Barbara Gay, Ida Nix, (Co-Chairs), Dr. Paul L. Sheehy, Jr., and Luella Carrington, Chairman. Sr. Maria Babatunde is ., principal. 5 :::D c en m z :;j z m r;m r-,.....,. ..... rm :::i z ., c aJ c en ::I: m c m < m :::D < -t c m en c z c ., :!:! c Want to lower the cost of your electric bill, save energy and take control? Our energy analysts are ready to show you how with our free Energy Plan program. Take advantage of lower electricity rates available most of the day and save even more by controlling appliances with an advanced thermostat installed fr by Tampa Electric. You II also receive a complete Home Energy Audit, eight energysaving light bulbs and recommendations on how to help maximize savings. Sign up at mpaelectrtc.comlenergypl ner or call 813.223.0800 in Hillsborough Coun1y, 8 299.0800 in Polk County or 1.888.223.0800 n all other counties (select Home Account, then En rgy Saving Programs to re ch Energy Management Services). Energy Plann r is designed for single-family homes (multH mily, mo 'le and manufactured homes are ineligible). To complete fr e En rgy Audtt, vi it mp 1 trlc .cotn rgy. Ci) "' ..... .....

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,... lebrOn'S 'Decision' Watched Bv Nearlv 10M People NEW YORKThe Nielsen Co. estimates that 9.95 million people watched LeBron James announce on ESPN that he's leaving Cleveland to play for the Miami Heat, making it the third-mo t-watched program on cable television this year. "The Decision" that aired last Thur day night ranks behind the 12.3 million who watched the NFL Pro Bowl and 11.2 million who watched an episode of ICarly on Nickelodeon in January. The special wa of particu-LEBRON JAMES Jar interest in Cleveland, where an e timated one in four homes with televisions tun e d in. c a: u.. c z < Depaned James' Image To Be Erased In Cleveland c CJ) w :::J .... > a: w > w ffi X CJ) ::; m :::J a.. z m A larsu than life pbotosrapb of LeBron Jam CLEVELAND, OH-As Miami fans celebrated the 1= arrival of LeBron Jame Z the image of the two-time NBA Most Valuable Player c was being slowly era ed in e Cleveland. Workers began taking down the to-story-tall image I.L. of J a mes on a mural in downtown Cleveland on Saturday. The billboard -not far from the Cavaliers arena has long dominat d the sky line in the city where James ven of his Vikes' Rice lniures HiP SIDNEY RICE MINNEAPOLIS -The agent for S idney Rice says the receiver has a lingering hip injury, but should be ready when the Minnesota Vikings open the regular season agains t the N w Orl ea n s a ints. Rosenhaus says Rice w d oes not anticipate that thi s injury will r equire urg e r) and h e's hopeful that he will b e fully healthy for the start of the eason. Michael Vick Cleared Of All Charges In Binhdav Panv Shooting No charges will be filed aga inst M i c hael Vick following a shooting at his recent birthday party. Police say they know who shot a man at a club celebration for Vick's 30th birthday, but have yet to file charges because the man injured in the shooting will not cooperate. V ick's attorney says Quani s Phillips, one of his co-defendants in the infamous dog fighting trial was struck while leaving the night club in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Poli ce released a statement last Tuesday saying that witnesses were being uncooperative in th e investigation of the June 25th hooting and said because the shooter will not be charged his identity "'rill not be released. urveillance footage how Vick leaving the party four minutes before the hooting, clearing his nam e. Travel Restrictions Keep V ick From His Own Cel ebrity GillfTourney TUCKER. GA Michael V ick was a nohow at his celebrity golf tournament Sunday after probation officials restricted travel for the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback. MICHAEL VICK Vick spokeswoman, Judy S mith, said that Vick's travel has been at the dis cretion of his probation officer since he was released from prison in a federal dogfighting case in May 20(}<). The restriction follows a prosecutor saying this week that while V ick wasn't involved in a shooting after his 30th birthday party in Virginia B each, Va., that be was in a confrontation before the incidenL Vick missed the Michael \ ick Celebrity Golf tournament in Georgia and also did not make a scheduled appearance at a yo uth foot ball camp in Ral eigh, N C Redd Mav Sit Out UnUI Feb. 2011 Milwaukee Buck Player Mi h el R dd i b ing from run in M ICHAEL REDO The Bucks re-signed John Salmo n s and signed free agent fonvard D rew Good e n Milwaukee also acquired forward Corey Maggette from Golden State for swingman Charlie B ell and cent r D a n Gadzuric. A ll -S tar ce nter Andrew Bogut is urr ntly rehabbing a n elbow it\iury.

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NEW YORK-Denve r ugget s star Carmelo Anthony a n d act r ess LaLa Vazquez h ave tied the kn ot in ew Yor k City. Michael Gagliardo, a publicist for Vazquez, con firms that th e weddi n g took place Saturday ni ght at th e Manhattan restaurant Cipria ni Vazquez, 30 and 26-year-old Anthony were escorted down the aisl e by their 3-year-old on, Kiyan Vazquez wore a Vera Wang gown and carried reel and h ot pink flower Kim Kardashian, Serena Williams, Spike Lee, LeBron Jame Ciara, Ludacris and Kelly Rowland were among the rough! 300 gu t Vazquez, a form r MTV Carmelo Anthony w e d his long-time girlfriend LaLa Vazquez on Saturday. J, and Anthony, an All tar fon.,ard w r nRag d in 2 04. Tiger Plavs First Practice Round Tiger said that his driver felt great during his practice round at St. Andrews on Sunday. ST. ANDREWS, SCOTLAND -Tiger Wood played his first practice round Sunday in preparation for the 139th Briti h Open Championship on th famed Old Cour e. H played by himself and wa followed by about 5 specta tors. The 34-year-old Woods, seeking his fourth British Open title and 15th major championship, ti d for fourth in both the Mast r s pani h Ecstat c To BeatRouuh' Dutch Ecstatic Spanish players have spoken ov r th ir joy at overcoming a rough Dutch s id to c laim a histori 1 0 World Cup finaJ triumph. Goal-cor r Andr s Inie ta bad his post-match press r n brok e n into by team -mates Ce c Fabrega Gerard Pique and Carle Puyol shouting: "Andres you're best!" Inlesta trugg l d to exert hi s usual influence on the match and was lu ky to avoid puni shment for a r tallatory trip on Mark v n Bomm I aft r th N th rlands nfor r had got aw with a !at hall ng in th se ond h alf of normal tim The Out h t am I a rl tri d to un ttl Spain 's famou s pa s ing gam with ov r physi al p l ay, but Ini sta's winn r four minutes from th nd of xtra tim sent Spain Into raptures. DEREK F I S H E R M lAM I A day after Miami's n ew supe r star tri o left money on the table, Heat exec utiv es tried to put the extra funds t o u se. Team p r ident Pat Riley and own r Micky Arison m e t with free agent point guard Derek Fisher for thr hou rs and mad Fisher a Mcompclling offer. to the source, th e Heat told Fisher th ey envi sio n him a s th e ir tarting point guard and will h o ld off o n offers t o other players while h e made hi s d ecis ion TI1e H ea t face co mpetiti on for Fisher's e n ice from the Los Angel s I.ake r s Fisher's t enm for the pa s t thn:c sea.'O nS. onn. Linebac k r Antonio Pi r ha s r tired from th e NFL after nin e season s and i s joining ESP as and FL anal ys t Pi r s p nt th pas t fi s asons with th N w York Giants and wa r I a s d b th t am in F bruary. H e was th iants' d f n iv captain and h lped t am d f a t the N w E n g land Patriots in th 2008 Super Bowl. HANAH It means a lot to be able to see our readers lay back and relax and with this week s beauty Unlimited feature Hanah that should be no problem. This young lady just loves the camera and it feels the same way about her. She also loves modeling, and she has an assurance about herself that lets you know she' s confident. Hanah is also a no nonsense kind of woman and doesn't waste her time being around people who are going nowhere in life. The man in this young woman' s life must be able to keep up and maintain his manhood while at the same time knowing that a lady needs to be treated like a lady. Congratulations to Hanah as this weekfs Beauty Unlimited feature. If you re lnternted ln being In the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, ple81e send your Information and photo Including a contact number to : 6 ......... . 9" Roller ...................................... $1,50 nt Brushes ....................................... 99 LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! "'T1 r-0 JJ en m z :::1 z m r-1 aJ c r rm :::1 z "0 c CD r-c;; ::r m c m < m :a < -4 c m f/) c ,.. z c ., 3! c

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Entertaliimenf C\1 Usher Sings In Chinese In China Debut c (/) w ::> 1-BEIJING -Usher sang in Chinese, briefly, during hi s China d ebut co n ce r t Sunday in B e ijin g Usher san g o n e of Asian pop sensation Wang Lihong's so n gs in C hin ese, Wnng t o ld a joint press co n f e r e nc e Saturday night, and the two also sang Usher's No. 1 ' OMG " I wanted to make a great impression, so I wanted to do something very special," Usher said. "After hearing (Wang's) music, I wanted to collaborate with him." The American recording artist said he came to China because he knows there's an audience for him. He arrived in Beijing from Manila. He said h e found while USHER audiences in the United States ing along as loud as they can, a crowd in Asia can be more quiet out of r es pect for the singer. Usher's is the first big for e ign concert tour to perform in China thi s y ar. 0 a: u.. c z <( c (/) Fan Tries To Anack 50 Cent On Stage In Brazil Although 50 Cent's been 1-in recent headlines for hi s ve rb a l assault on Diddy, it W looks like the table have iii turned now tha t a crazed fan c tried to physically attack him W in Brazil :I: (/) 50 Cent wa s p e rformin g a ::i concert in Salvador, Bahia when a fan sudde nl y ru s h e d n. the stage and grabbed him Z from behind. ;::: w ..J ..J ::> m ..:, w z The fan 's moment of glory was short lived howev r after 50s security jumped to his rescue, grabbing th man and escorting him off stage, pun hing and kickin g him in th proc Wl----------------------------------------------0 a: 0 ..J u.. 'Steve Urkel' Investigated For AllegedlY Punching His BabV's Mama Jal 1 Wh"t ong ing u t d b a tt! r th ir oung d u ght r to tarni h his n n m ." Celine Dion Is Expecting Twin Bovs Celinc Dion, right, husband Rene Angclil and son Rene-Charles. LOS ANGELES --It's two more boys for Celine Dion and husband/manager Rene Angeli! The singer -who announced s h e was ex pect ing twins in May -has revealed that two more littl e guys are joining the family In June, the 42-y a r-old momto-be opened up about the t oll h r pr g n a n cy w a taking o n h e r I never gave up. But I can tell you that i t wa ph icall and emotionally exhau t ing." Dion and ng lil w 1-comcd th ir first harl in 2001. Snoop Dogg Sued Bv nes Davis' Former Bas 1st Bevonce Almost HitBVACar BEYONCE Reports say that Beyonce was almost hit by a car in London last Tuesday. Beyonce went to take care of some last minute shopping at Harrods before her date with hubby Jay-Z down at the British Capital. Beyonce allegedly tried to avoid being hit by a London taxi cab whic.h collided with her parked car's open door. "It was terrifying to watch It all happened so quickly, the taxi came out of nowhere. She seemed very shaken and was lucky t o be alive. Club Kush Stans over Club 1-:u.sh. 42.35 North Armenia Avenue, has been open for a couple of months but suffered what a lot of new clubs endure. This weekend, Club Kush go back to square one and have a grand reopening with improved parking, new management and new promoters The club ";n offer the same pecials as before with enhanced cnicc and as well as well-lit parking areas adjacent to the club. For more information about the new Club Kush call (813) 9000 14 r ( 13) 965-4920.

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Memoriams National I BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM I CYENNAWATIS Born: 7-13-1999 Deceased: 5-2-2009 Gone but never from our hearts, you arc ou1 angel. Anyone who met you knew how special you were. Angels are often what Christians strive to become. You were our angel here on Earth, but God called you home. You are missed by: your sisters, Dijiah and Tac: grandparents, Robert and Sarah Barnum: great grandmom, Betty Callaway; Flap Tabor; the Callaway nation and all who loved you. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM He:trtll()Jl Funeral orne John W. Hannon, L.F.D. James Harmon, L F D 5002 N. 40th -t 626-8600 Integrity Funeral Services ,..._..__,.,""HMrtOI ..... '-'If Fhf DORISJ. CHAPMAN-MONTS July 12, 1941-January 2, 2007 Happy birthday, mother. You are gone1 but not ana your memones will aJways live on in our hearts. After the rain, a rainbow. Aft r the darkn s, com lidlt. w t memori of our I v d one giv our hearts glory and delight. Love your children: Michell (Elton) Powell, Loui (Christine) Lee. Zethro (NathaJe ) Monts, Furn (Sylv er) Wa hington and Johnny Frank Lee. HARMO FUNERAL HOME Floyd Tamp Kelly, Tampa P Tampa J ON FUNERAL HOME Catherin R nd r 872.3 DeiRey ., Apt. 6F RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME ONE MEMORIAL FUN RALHOME Ruth Jackson, P t rsburg, VA H nry Mi kl TAmp WI ON FUN RAL HOM th lin z Ev r tt Raymond mall, Tampa ------------------------------------------------------------------iOO FAMU's Marching '100' To Perlorm During The 2010 ESPYs Post-Partv Celebration 0 c.. c TAI.LA.HASSEE -The 1ar c hin g M10o" and two Gr ee k organizations the Alpha Eta Chapter of Phi Beta igma Fraternity, Inc. and the psilon Psi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi, Inc will perform at The 2010 ESPYs post party. Th e Marching "wo" will per form on Wednesday, July 14, at the L.A. LIVE complex in downtown Los Angeles. The post-party celebration is scheduled from 8 p.m. to mid night. The Marching "wo" and the Greek organizations will perform on stage with rapper Gucci Mane. Other headliners include Robin Thicke CN 1\) 0 .... 0 and Flo-Rida. who will take the stage throughout the night, and emceed by Don "T1 E. Fresh and deejayed b 5 Biz Markie, DJ Ebron an ::u DJ Steve Powers. Athletes, 6 celebrities and VIPs will vi the Marching "wo" an Greek organizations' per-formance. z m r-aJ c rr-m :::t z Pres. Obama Announces Changes For Vets "'0 the benefits he or she needs. Presid nt Bar ck Obam a To keep that trust, we're rbuilding a 21st century A, increasing its budget, and en-m suring the steady stream o 0 funding it needs to support medica) care for our veterans. m To help our veterans and their families pursue a col-lege education we refunding m and implementing the post-fg 9 /11 GI Bill. > To d liver better care in more pla 're expanding z and increasing VA health 0 care.. building new wounded warrior facilities and adapt-6 ing care to better meet the ?< needs of female teran sto h and his wife own and found him in th ba m nt. Poli ce ay dua.vi had bar-ricad himself und r th shop a nd wh n th r asked him wh re anders was h e pointed t a barrel that ntained her di m emb red remain Aduayi sa h dro around with her body in th car until h e uld "flg u ut :tJ what to do with it" and admit-ted to police that h di m m -bred h r ..... Ut

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Cdmc-"' (") ,... Man Stabbed To Death At Rooming House JAMAR EDWARDS Learnis Eddie said he's lived at 2710 East Columbus drive for four years, but now it's time for him to move on. Eddie made that decision after an incident Saturday evening that left a young c mandead. ii: Tampa Police report that LL. officers were called to the rooming house on a report c( that someone had been stabbed. When they arrived, c they entered one of the ffi rooms and found Jamar :::l Edwards, 22. He had been .... stabbed in the upper body, and fire rescue personnel pronounced him dead at the scene. Eddie said on the evening of the stabbing, he was awakened by someone beat ing on the wall. I thought someone was in there playing around. It was later when I found out what had happened." "Th is is the second time someone has been killed in this house since I've been living here. I plan on moving as soon as possible, because I just don't feel safe here anymore." Eddie said Edwards spent a lot of time at the rooming house, mostly because his relative owned it. "He pretty much got along with everyone. This was very tragic." Investigators aren't releas ing any suspect information or motive for the stabbing at this time. Tax records indicate th e property is owned by Delvin R. Lawson w > w c w en ::::l m Driver In Pollee Shooting Released On Bond i BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ms. Cortnee Brantley, the woman arrested in connection with the deaths of two Tampa police officers, has been released from jail. A federal judge set a bond of $25,000 last week. The judge cautioned Ms. Brantley, 22, that if she fled her mother and grandmother would lose their property. He also cautioned that if she failed to foHow the strict guideHnes she has been given, she could land ba.ck in jail. She must also wear a GPS leg monitor. Dontae Morris, 24, was a -passenger in Ms. Brantley's vehicle when it was. stopped by Officer David Curtis because her lkenle plate was not visible during the early morning bOors of June 29th. Morris fatally wounded Oflleer Curti, 31, and Offleer Jeffrey Support The Sentinel Advertisers CORTNEE BRANTLEY ... Releued from jail on bond Koeab, 31, as they attempted to arrest him on a worth less check warrant. He fled on foot and Ms. Brandey drove the vehicle from the scene, running over the leg of one of the officers. She was later locat ed at the Bristol Bay Apartment Complex and questioned for several hours. However, she was later released without being charged. Ms. Brantley was arrest ed on July 2nd and charged with concealing a person from arrest, which is a fed eral charge. M. Brantley is being represented by Tampa Attorney Grady Irvin. suspect linked To 14Arson Fires In Ybor Citv KENNETH SMITH ... charged with 1 arson fire, suspect In 13 others On Friday, Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor announced the arrest of an individual charged with arson in a Ybor City fire. The man is a suspect in 13 others. Chief Castor said Kenneth Brian Smith has charged with setting one fire and that he is a suspect in 13 other fires. He fled to C hicago after learning there was n warrant for hi s arrest." Tampa Police detectives flew to and brought Smith back Friday night. He has been charged with the January 29th fire at 1412 E. 21st Avenue. There ha.c; been a total of 5 at that address and Smith is a sus pect in all of them. Smith has been regarded as a "Person of Interest" since January. Police said a witness reportedly observed him on the porch of the residence within minutes of the fire starting. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is asking for help in identifying a man identified as a serial armed robber. During the last several months, deputies said the suspect has armed robbed several mini-marts and con venience stores while armed with a handgun. In the latest robbery at the Mobile Gas Station, 2510 Brandon Boulevard, the suspect reportedly walked into the store and forced the clerk to give him money. The suspect is described as a Black male, 30 to 49 years old, s'to", weighing 220 to 240 pounds, with black eyes and a heavy build. He was last seen driving a silver or tan older model vehicle, possibly a Ford or Buick, with an unknown tag number. Police Investigate Alleged Assault Tampa Police are investi gating an incident that sent one man to jail. According to reports, Semmie Brown, 72, was angry with Janet Fowler, 37, when he allegedly hit her with his hand. Fowler, described as Brown's roommate, fled the apartment in the and ran to a neighbor's home and called police. Police said Brown grabbed Fowler's 3-year-old son, Dejsuan, around the neck area, and held a knife in his hand as he threatened to cut the child's mother. Fowler was able to get her child out of the home safely, police said. P-olice said Fowler felt Brown had guns inside of the residence and police were not able to make contact with Brown. fhe Police Tactical Response team was called out and entered the home, but Brown was not inside. SEMMIE BROWN Arrests records indicate Brown was arrested Saturday on Nebraska Avenue and 19th Street. He has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, false impri sonment, battery, habitually driving with a suspended license, and operating an unregistered vehicle. He is currently in jail with a bond of$6,750 Man Who Rammed Sheriffs Cruiser Arrested Hillsborough County Sheriffs detective have arrested a man being sought for a charge of aggravated battery on two deputies. On Friday evening, Antonio Davis, 35, was arrested after authorities received a tip. He was found inside the Robles Park Housing Complex. Davis was being sought after an incident last Wednesday at a Sweetbay Supermarket in Valrico. Detectives said Davis was trying to cash a bad check at the store when he stole a woman's wallet and left the store. The woman chased him into the parking lot and screamed for help. According to the report, two people in the parking lot heard the woman One of them stopped thf'lr vehicle and a passenger out to confront Davia. Detectives said Da'YU got into his car and pinned the man against a vehicle. A deputy saw the incident and tried to pull Davia over ANTONIO DAVIS when he allegedly rammed the deputy's cruiser. A detective arriving late at the scene bad to swerve to avoid being bit by Davis and hit a concrete light pole. He wu treated for a minor heed injury. Davia is in custody on charges of two counts of aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer and agravated assault. His bond is set at $113.500.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No. : 09-18302 FCDB 8020 REO LLC (Plainti ff) vs. LISA MICHELLE LAMANTIA a nd all unkn o w n part i es claiming by through und e r a nd agains t t he above nam e d Defendant wh o a r e unkn o wn t o be dead or alive whether sa i d unknown ar e p e rso ns, h eirs, devisees. grantees or other cla i mants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF USA M I CH E LLE LAMANTIA; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGRISTRATION SYSTEMS INC ., AS NOMINEE FOR BANK OF AMERICA ; TENANT 11\JNKNOWN TENANT ; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possess i on of the subject real property (Oefendanta) AMENDED NOTlCE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the fi nal j udgme nt/ o rder e nt e r ed in t he above noted case. that I will s e ll the f oll ow i n g p roperty s i t ua ted i n H illsborough Co unty F londa desc ri bed as: LOT 17, BLOCK 16, TEMPLE TERRACE RIVERSIDE SUBDIVISION UNIT 12, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 32. PAGE 71, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA at publ ic sa l e to the highest and best bidder tor cash, at 2:00 P.M., o n the 2nd Floor, R ooms 201/202 i n the George E Edgecomb Co u rtho use at 800 E T wiggs Street. Tampa Florida 33602 on AugUit 2. 2010 The highest bidder shall i mmed i ately post with the C lef1(, a deposit equal t o fJVe percent (5 % ) of the final bi d The de posit mus t be cash or cashier's check payable t o the C lef1( of the Court Final payment mus1 be made by 1 2 :00 p m the next business d a y ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FlLE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROC E EDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E TWIGGS STR E ET TAMPA FLORIDA, 33602, (813) 272 7040; I F YOU ARE HEAR!NG OR VOIC E IMPAIR E D CALL 711 D ated day o f June. 2010 P A T FR ANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT B y : Is/S U SAN E D LORETO DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No. : 201 o-CA-Q04333 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY as Trus tee on b e half of t he h ol d ers of the Terw i n Mortgage Trus t 2006 9HGA As se t B ack ed Cert ifi cates TMTS Series 2006 9HGA w i t h o u t reco urs e ( Pla i ntiff) v s H O A I VIET BU I and all unknown parties claiming by through, under and against the above named D efendan t who are un known to be dead or alive whether said u n known are perso ns, h e irs, devisees, gran t ees, or o ther claiman ts ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF HOAJ VIET BUI ; MORTGAGE ELECTRON I C REGR I STRATION SYSTEMS INC., as nom i nee for Loan Correspondents Inc .; BENJAMIN HENRY ; VALAAIE V HENRY ; TENANT 11\JNKNOWN TENANT ; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, i n possession of the subject reaJ property (Oefendanta) NOT'IC OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the f i nal Judgmen V orde r entered i n the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated i n H ill sborough County Florida descr i bed as : LOT 7 BLOCK 14, BLOOMINGDALE. SECTION R UNIT 2 ACCORDrNG TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED rN PLAT BOOK 60, PAGE 46. PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORlOA. at publ ic sa l e to the h i ghest a n d best bidder tor cash, a t 2 ;00 P.M on the 2nd Floor Rooms 2011202 i n the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602 on Augult 3. 2010 The highest bidder shall i mmediately post with the def1( a deposit equal to five percen t ( 5%) of the fir\81 bid The deposit must be cash or cashie r' s check payable to the Qer11 of the Court Final payme n t must be made by 12 :00 p m the nex1 business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DA TE OF THE US PENDENS MUST ALE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WfTH DISABILITIES ACT P E RSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEV E N ( 7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E TWIGGS STRE E T TAMPA FLORIDA, 33602, (813) 2 72 7040; IF YOU AR E H E ARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711 Dated thi s 11.t day of Julv. 2 0 1 0 P A T FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: / s/TlFF ANY MANN DEPUTY CLERK Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the un de r s i g n ed des i r i ng to e n gage in bus i ness under th e fictitious name of Town-N-Country .L.i.Q.M., l ocated a t Alrvlew Drive i n the County o f H illsborough, i n the C i ty of .Ia.rnw.. F l orida 336 25 inte n ds to reg i ster th e sa i d name wi th the D ivision of Corporations of th e F lorid a Department o f Sta t e Tall a hassee Florid a Dated at Tampa Florida this 1i1b day of Jutv. 2010. 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0 ..... 0 C\1 :::) ""') LEGAL NOTIC > REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 00 FOR w PROFESSIONAL GRANT WRITING SERVICES c a: lL c z c( c 00 w :::) .... > a: w > w c w :z: 00 :J m :::) ll. z tij ..J ..J :::) m ..J w z w 0 E 0 ..J lL In accordance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Handbook 746 0 8 REV-2 Florida Statutes and with other applicable laws the Tampa Housing Author ity (THA) formally requests competitive proposals from qualified responsible firms interested in providing Professional Grant Writing Services Sealed Proposals shall be received until 2 : 00 p m (prevailing Tampa FL time) on Wedn esday, July 21, 2010 at 1529 W. Main Street Tampa FL 33607 Bids received after this dat e and time will be rejected Copies of the RFP are available on THA's websit e : www thafl.com/purchas ing or by contac t ing Tina Washington at 813-253 -0551, ext 187 or tinag@thafl.com Proposers are required to submit one (1) original and four (4) copies of their proposal. All proposals are to be sent to: Tampa Housing Authority ATIN: Mr N icholas D ickerson, Contract i ng Off icer 1529 W Main Street Tampa, FL 33607 Quest ions regarding this RFP must be submitted in writ ing and should be emailed or faxed to Nicholas Dickerson Contracting Officer at nicholasd@thafl.com or 813-367-0760 (fax) APPOINTMENT TO PANEL OF CHAPTER7TRUSTEES The United States Trus1ee seeks resumes from persons wishing to be cons i dered for appointment to the panel of trustees who adminis1er cases f ile d under chapter 7 of the bankruptcy code The appointment is for cases filed in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the M id dle Distric of Florida primarily i n the Tampa D ivision Chapter 7 trustees receive compensat ion and reimbursement for expenses under 11 U S C 326 and 330 Trustee s are not federal government employees For additional information qualification requ i rements. and application procedures go t o http :// www justice gov / usVeolprivate _trusteelvacancies/7ad htm Gann & Gann Rentals Call For Rent (813) 229-8696 Or (813) 373-2515 2129 Main Street 2909 Jefferaon Street Apartment 806 Florlbrakll Ave. Room For Rent 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $675.00/Monthly Section 8 OK Swimming Pool Access Laundry Facility Water And Sewer Included Near Hltlaborough Rlv r And Buach (813) 390-4189 ace our n n e Florida Sentinel Bulletin Contact LaVora (813) 248 Emall: I edwards@ fl sentlnel.com Licensed Insurance Agent (CSR) Desired Background Check And Drug Test Required Please Call (813) 310-8608 For Details Town Home 3 Bedroom/2 5 Bath 1 Car Garage Fenced Back Yard Section 8 Accepted $1,1 00 00/Monthly Call (813) 956-5607 Sulphur Springs Area 5 Bedroom/1 Bath House 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Sect ion 8 OK Contact Ann (813) 598-4325 Charming Condo Availabe Now 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Section 8 OK WID Included Gated. Pool Screened Patio nled Floors (813) 960-8490 South Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Townhouse Washer!Oryer Hook-up Fenced Patio Section 8 Ready $850 00/Monthly Call (813) 451-9201 30151h N. sanchez st. Includes WIS/G 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $995.00/Monthly $400. 00/Deposlt $225 00 Off Rent 1 Bedroom Rear Apartment $500.00/Monthly $200 00!0eposlt $200 00 Off Rent Call (813) 704-3370 South Tampa 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Condo 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Town-N-Country 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Pool Large Fenced Corner Lot CHA Section 8 Ok (813) 949-3482 East Tampa Bungalow 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Clean & Quiet $700 00/Monthly Plus First & Last Month Rent Includes All Utilities And Internet (813) 248-9888 Section 8 Welcome Homes 3011 North 16th Street 311 $825 00/Mont:hly 10017 East 23rd Street 311 $795 .00/M onthly 2216 East 2oth Avenue 412-$850 00/Monthly Call (813) 777-3057 For Detailed Information Excellent Location 3503 East 11th Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath All Appl iance s A/C. Washer Hook-up And More All This On A Large Shaded Lot $600.00/Monthly Drive By Must Show Proof Of Income 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Home Den, CHA, Tile Private Fence Washer/Dryer Hook-up Section 8 Only Call (813) 843-2309 Or (813) 842-2939 Several Homes Available For Rent 2 -5 Bedrooms Starting At $595 00/Monthly Investors Choice Realty 727-580--9184 Ybor Ctty Area 1903 East 17th Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Utility Room Den WDH, CHA. Fenced $750.00/Monthly (813) (813)9192341 2009 East Ida 311 Computer Room CHA Large Fenced Yard Laundry Room Deposit $300.00 Section 8 Accepted (813) (813) 401-1829 West Tampa Houses For Rent 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom Or4 Bedroom $650 -$1 050 Per Month Newer Kitchen Appl i ances Baths Central Air Most Have Washer!Oryer Hookups Section 8 Vouchers OK Most Pets OK Ava ilable So See Today! Call Patrick 813--254--5338 Block Home! Very Large! Excellent Condition! 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths Call John At ( 813) 309-9988 Discount Managen1ent. Inc.

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c: BUSINESS DIRECTORY GEORGE E. SHAW BAIL BONDS Hillsborough County (813) 391-2493 Polk County 328 Dorsett Avenue (863) 678-0772 Lake Wal FL 33853 I .slr7 7 www .gpweodings.com 1-1 6x20 waa Pa1ral 24-10x12 SklrybcQt Ahm 1Q0-4xS Br1da1Aibum FREE Engagement Sessiicn FREE PHOTO CO FREE Wedd Video UNU ITED Time & l.oc:aUon .... ... ._ -"' We Rnance Everyone* No Credit Necessary Ybor City -1 S2A E. 711 A t 4{hSt 813-247-4711 ,, '' 1,11 lll011fUfiiiiU1f' C Olll .. -. ... !ti '.1._ .): I .. I > Check Us Out On Facebook & Follow Us On Twitt r At www.twitter.com/ FLSENJINELB "The Voice of Our Comnuuri Spea/cing for Itself 9 1 To Advertise In The Business Directory Call LaVora Or Betty At 813-248-1921. m (J) c c.. c: ., r 0 ::D c )> en m z ::! z m r;tD c: r r m ::! z 1J c: tD r c;; ::::t m c m < m ::D < c: m en c )> z c ., ::D c DEADLINE For Placing Business Directory Ads Is FRIDAY AT 3 P.M.

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c a: u.. c z 4( c en w ;::) > a: w > w c w en :J CD ;::) Q. z tu ..J ..J ;::) CD I ..J w z z w en 4( c a: 0 ..J u.. Making This Right Beaches Claims Cleanup Economic Investment Environmental Restoration Heatth and Safety Wildlife f essisc811C'8, ..... ail: I Mn from Louisi8nll and I trrow OU' bMdJBs are OU' home,. OU' *'Y of fie and OU' fwelhood. Ptoa1i11g the coast M'Jd c:JeetWng"' the "-:hes is _.., pel'SOilll/10 me. -KMih BPa.n..., At BP. we have t k:en hAl responslbdity tor the deanup in the Gulf We are convnitted to keeping you informed. LaDUIIgfw08 Crews are deaning GUf Coast beaches 24 hours a dar. 7 days a week.. When oil is spotted. the Response Command Center is notified. a Shore Cleanup Assessn lleflt -..n (SCAT} is mobilized and deenup begins imrnediatefy. Cleanup efforts are being coorcirwted from 17 stD{j:ng in Louisiana. Mississippi. Alabama and Florida Over 33.000 peope are irNotved in the deanup opeqtion If you oil on the boedl, pk)ase call and we'l send a teem to dean it up. a.. Up tM S..N:tM Tho I'U'1lbof of poopto mobilizud to dean up the beadles depends on the size of the affected Individual t ms can number in the hurd'eds, and thousands of adcitional worbr.; non-all. Wolkirtg with the Coast Gua-d.. ow teiWns continue cleaning up ooti the last bit of oil has been removed. As a result. in most cases when ail reaches a beach. it is evan possible to lcaep it open. O.RellpOI' .... .., Our beattl cte.lup operatiolas wiU continue ootil the last of the oi1 has been skiltwtl8d from the the beaches have been deaned up. .-ld the region has been pronounced oi..fme. And none of the costs of CXK efforts wil be paid bv biJc;AiarS. Our convnitment is tha1 we'l be hate for as long as it but we wil mabt this rigtrt.. For inlormltion villit: bp.com fecebook CIOn'\lbpemeflca To naport ol on the shoAIIne: (868) 448-6818 To naport willifa: (888) 667 -1401 dlims: (800) G-0868


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