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c( c a: 0 ...I LL. Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area VOL. 65 NO. 97 TUESDAY, JULY 27, 2010 24 PAGES 75 Auditor Retires After 25 Years SEE PAGE 10 SEE PAGE 15 Man Wanted For Burning Girlfriend SEE PAGE 15 African Proverb Even though you m a y be taller than your father, you are still not his equal. 7 1 I SEE PAGE 3 AME DISTRICT CHURCH SCHOOL CONVENTI ON The Tremendous Tampa District Church School Convention was at St. James AME Church In Progress Village The theme was "Celebrating lnher ltage: What We Have Who We Are Where We Are Going. The Host Church School Superintendent was Cathalene Kinsler. Among the ministers who were program participants from left to right: Reverend Michael Price Rev erend Walter Daniels Sr., Presldirg Elder South Atlanta District, North Georgia Annual Conference closing day speaker Rev Dr. Henry Lyons closing evening speaker and Rev Henry E Green Jr. Presiding Elder (Pho tograph by lomax Mcintyre)

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0 c; FeabJres N Police Chiel, Citv Council Chair Answer Calls c a: u.. c z < c en w .... BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer If you tuned into the Michelle B. Patty/Corey "King Cobra" Show Saturday morning, you heard commentary from Tampa Police Chief, Jane Castor, and Tampa City Council Chair, Thomas Scott. Councilman Scott first talked about the change in fees for the city's parks and recreation centers, and explained how those fees had be n mad e more affordable. He was also asked about the Dontae Morris s ituation A calkr asked Council-man Scott why arc a uthor ities seeking the death penalty for the murders of the two officers and not the other two men Scott said, "I'ou have to all th e fact s From what I know, th e weapon used in the shootings ha s n o t b ee n recovered, and I think that' s why the State Attorney took this action. > a: w > w "As far as Delores Keen, C Wislande Louis-Paul w ::z:: Dodson, and Renee !:a Roundtree, the three young ladies who came to ::l the aid of the officers is concemed, the decision of what to do for them is made by the city's administrative ..J djvision. We should commend them on th eir action _j because that's what being a good citizen means. It' t::: unfortunate they are being Z threatened for what they wd. We should be proud of < what they did and offer e them congratulations." Chief Castor was asked ii about the impact th e ear h for Morris had on resi dents at Kenneth/John on Court Apartm nt and whatfs being don forth m. Chief Ca tor said, I think the ntir city was traumatized by Morri not just the residents of Kenneth/Johnson Court TAMPA POLICE CH1EF JANE CASTOR Apartment s. W e n ee d e d to ge t him off th e stree t s, and th a t was th e focus of offi cers. "We received lead s he was at those apartments. The feedback I've gotten is p eo ple agreed with the action we took. I've spoken with th e publi s her of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, Kay Andrews, and Michelle Patty, and discussed with the m what was going on. The police c.'
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Features ffi (/) c Fire Displaces Nine Families c.. c: N .... Thee units in North Boulevard Homes were completely destroyed by fire Saturday. Fireman Eric Stokes saved 18-month-old Makayla Bryant from one of the burning apartments. At 4 p.m. Saturday, Tampa Fire Resc ue units responde d to an apartment building on fire in the 1500 block of We s t Main Street, the North Boulevard Homes Public Housing Complex. When units arrived, they reported see ing s mok e coming from the top floor of a two-story building. Within a matter of minutes, the flame s we nt through the roof of the building, and as fire crews attacked the flames, one of the engine crews was told there was a child missin g from one of the units Fire Crews ente red the apartment on the first floor searching for the child They found nothing and worked th e ir way upstairs. Upstairs, th ey reported h ea ring a c hild screaming, and found h e r inside a bedroom Fireman Eric Stokes found th e c hild and ca rri e d h e r o ut s ide. She was trea t d o n th e scene a nd transported to a l ocal h ospi t al. The child was later identified as 18 m onth-o ld Makayla Bryant. She suf f ered sever e smoke inhalation but no burns ond was initially r epo rted to he in crit ical condition. On Sunday, ho s pital officials sai d s he had bee n r e l eased. from the Tampa Fir e Mar hal"s Office and Tampa Police were on the scene. They reporte d that AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert The Rorida Law States That You May Be Entitled TO $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care . Personaftzed Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or wort< -No Recovwy, No fee Investigators -If there is a dispute on how the accident oocured Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Phannacy -ffee Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Delores Williams was in h e r apartment s l ee ping when someone knocke d on the door, asking to borrow her fire exti n guis h e r A couple o f minutes late r. there was so m eo n e beating on th e door telling h e r to get out because the buildi;,g was on fire Williams reportedl y told fire investigators b th e tim e s h e r e m embered th e toddl e r was ups tairs. th e s mok e was t oo thick t o ge t b ac k in s id e. According t o another resident, Williams is Ma.kayla's aunt. Inve s ti ga tor dcterm i ned tha t Regina Jordon w as in the bathroom of her apartment when she heard a pop ping sound. She came out of the bathroom and found her -year-old on in the bedroom and the bedroom on fire They got out safely Investigators discovered that Jordan's so n had been playing with a lighter, had dropped so me burning paper on the bed and the bed and some nearby clothing caught fire. The child will be referred to the Juvenile Firestarters Program Authorities said 10 apartments in the building were heavily damaged and 9 fami lies, about 28 people, were displaced The American Red Cross has provided temporary housing for all of the families and the T ampa Housin g authority will also seek to relocate the families to other units. One of the fire victims, Angel Johnson, said she was awakened by her sister. "We jumped up, grabbed my four daughters, and an out. I wasn't able to save a thing." Johnson said she had just moved into the apartment in March and lived directly next 'TI door to the unit where the fire rstarted. She also said she had started shopping for her kid s back-to-school clothing, and all of that is gone. According to T.H.A Public Z Relations Director, Lillian Stringer, a clothing drive m will be implemented by the r;agency, however all the d etai l s have not been worked rr-OUL m The Sentinel will post the information in Friday's edi-'"0 tion, or you can call the c: Tampa Housing Authority at m (813) 253-QSSL :I: m Comedian Infuses Touch Of Realitv Into His Routine c m < m :0 < c: m (/) BY fRlS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Wh n w att nd om dy shows, it' an opportunity t o pe from our own personal proble m and hav a good laugh Beginning on Thur day, July 29th, popular comedian Nephew Tommy, a .k.a., Thomas Miles, will appear at th Tampa lmprov ntro Ybor But h i not coming alone He plans to bring severn.! characters that appear on the Steue Har ey Morning Show with him. And, h e promi s that they will be in full costume and full affect. I m not alone. Th nam-of th sho' is "'Three Ladies And A Tommy," o don't b e tat Tommy opens th e show he's in th middl and at th nd. The three ladies are Kclsha, who we call Lll B-Phlat, and Sonya D. But, I m also bringing Eugene, Oabneal, and a lot of the others with me. In an everchanglng world, Tommy said h e is always trying to be on top of what's NEPHEW TOMMY A.K.A. THOMAS MILES ... appearing at the lmprov going on I do m y r earch on the pla ces I visit and I create m y routine out of that. oming out f the l eft sid of m y brain's way o thinking I till try to bring awareness to what's going on in the world. While Tommy i wildly known for hi s antics on the Steue Harvey Morning Show, h e is by no means new to the comedy arena. Tommy had his beginnings at T xas A & M University, where he was the first African American to arn a degree as a Theat r Arts major. He has worked on the stage for sever-a1 years and was the opening act for the late Luther < Vandross for three years. His extensive background c was the launching pad for his 'TI tand up career as a comedi-:0 an. Then he joined his uncle, C Comedian and Radio Personality Steve Harvey, on his morning show. His most recent accomplishment was to serve as the host for the three-night Essence Music Festival in New Orleans LA. He has also made television appears on Showh'me At The Apollo B.E. T s Comic 1 w. ister-Sister, and The Parkers This is 'not the first tim that Tommy has 'isit d Tampa. Those who ha' e ntt nded his bows befor know that they ill be too busy laughing to WOIT) about their own problems. And for thos who haven t b e n to on of hi shows, Tommy said, I ju t want you to rome on out and ha a good time. Let me ta.ke your mind off of your troubles and don't b late." w

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c a: LL Columns/editorials FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday a nd Fr i d a y By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., M e mb e r of Nat io n a l N e w s p a per Pub lis h e rs A ssocia tion (NNPA ) a nd Am a lg a m a t e d Publi s h e rs. Inc .. N e w Y ork. 1990 94 CP llmelnt e rnatlon a l POSTMASTER: S e nd Addre ss Ch a ng e T o : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Per i od i c a l Po s tage P a id At Tampa FL W.W. Andrewa 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrewa 1901-1977 (1945) C. Blythe Andrewa, Jr. 11130-2010 (1877) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES. EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS. CIRCULATION MANAGER BETTY DAWKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptlons S. oo-6 Months Both E ditions : $87.()()-Per Year Both Edltlons ()pniont on edllorilll P11QM ollhll by Coalmnllca 01 a.-1 do net -'Y relied 1he edilorllll-.ce ol The Floridlllendnel ....... Ollhe l'ubWIIt. ConuratulaUons BroollsDeBanolo School c Z congratulations to Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate c( High School for receiving a grade of Con its 2010 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT). Having been under the threat of closure after earning a w grade of D in 2009, officials of the school can breathe a sigh of relief. We congratulate Principal PhUdra > Swagger, founder Derrick Brooks and the staff for a: having implemented tutorial and mentorlng programs that helped raise the students' FCAT scores. The school is to be congratulated for having garnered the volunteer support of members of Delt Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. to tutor Brooks-DeBartolo students and a local education profe or to help train and mentor its m teachers. We encourage other organizations retired educators z and professionals to lend their support to Brooks;:: DeBartolo School to help the organization achieve its goals and improve hs grade above a C. -J ID When Death Does Not Seam Equal 0 c( C I ndeed, the Black community and all right-thinJd. n .g ii: readers find themselves in a quandary, these days, g regarding the death penalty recently soqbt for sus-LL pected murderer Dontae Morris. On the one side are Hillsboroush County prosecutors who have sought the death penalty against Morris for involvement in the ldlling of two pollee officers. On the other side are the families of Morris' other two shooti03 victims. The families bitterly complain that their loved-ones' llves are surely as equal to the llves of the two slain pollee officers, and should therefore be used as reasons to seek a death sentence for Dontae Morris. The question becomes, what is equal and what is not? The answer may well surprise us all. Protected by state and national law, police officers continue to be given special treatment regarding violence perpetrated against them. That means, prosecutors had every right to seek the death penalty against Morris for the posslbillty of killing two lawmen. Should the taking of the other two Uves not be seen as deserving of the strictest punishment? The answer is "Yes," but not on the level of a law enforcement professionaL Certainly, the two men's famllies will not be happy to hear what toms out to be a constitutional truth. Most likely, many Black citizens will not feel satisfied In understanding the definition of constitutional law w when lt comes to deelcllng who clles for whom. But the <: ... ae1aw. Aad now we understand a little bit more ........_title death penalty works. I hear all the time, that race is a conversation that America needs to have. I ask, have a conversation and say what? I ask that question because race is a subject Americans have talked about for years. The problem with race has not been a lack of words, but a lack of action. Rac e i s for r eal and has live d in Ame rica e very since th e first s lav e s hip landed in America. Th a t w as m o r e than 400 yea rs a go. Ove r the y e ars, w e have said all that we need to say about ra ce. The time now is for some serious and widespread ac tions. Do I believ e that America will eve r be complet e l y free of rac e or racism? I don t think so It is not race that is s o bad In s t ea d, it i s th e 116 eet Major Shawna .l r Rochelle Kim-brell, t h e Air Force's Black f e m ale figh ter pilot. In th e real wo rld of co mb a t fighter pil ots Kimbrell h as flown m ore th a n 945 h o u rs in th e multi -mi lli o n doll a r F t 6 Fi ghting Fal co n c ombat a i rc raft includi ng 1 7 6 co m bat hou rs So th e n ext tim e you wat c h a movi e showin g F 1 6s in co mbat mi ss ion s, l oo k for at l eas t on e of th e pi lot s to b e a Black woman Kimbrell's ac c ompli s h m e nt was a maj o r achi eve m ent for a w o man of a n y c o lor in a w o rld of 14,000 U nit e d Stat es Air For ce pi lot s, 3,700 of whom are fighte r pilot s. Of that g roup onl y 7 0 are f e mal e pil o t s. Kimbr ell i s a on e -of -akind woman wif e and mother. Th e Parker Colorado na tiv e gre w up wanting to becom e an astronaut but decided at the age of 14 after her first flying lesson that "it racism that comes attached to the word race. Racism is something that lives in the hearts and souls of men and women. There are those who often criticize the NAACP for being up and down on racism and race. That may or may not be true But give the NAACP credit. The Civil Rights or ganization doesn't spend all of its energy talking about race and spends more time fighting racism. They have long said, talk is cheap but, action i s what makes a real difference. While I don t believe the President needs to spend time talking about race, I do believe that he must spend time trying to curb racism. Racism is expensive, divi sive and detracts from the common good No I am not saying we would be m ore fun t o fly a fight e r je t. Kimbrell gra d u a t ed fro m t h e U n i ted Stat es A i r F orce Academy in 1998 a nd earned her pilot's wings in 1999 E ve n though wom e n had bee n permitted to enter pilot training sin ce 1976 gove rnm ent officials did not give wom e n the opportunity to e nroll in fighter pilot training or to fly combat missions until1993 The r e for e, Kimbrell s truggled to adjust to a mal e dominated career which in cluded flight gea r uniforms and eq uipm ent d es igned and optimi zed for m e n. H e r first op e rational a$signm ent was at Misawtt Air Bas e Japan. From Misawa Kimbrell fle w c ombat missions in 2001. Oth e r than F 1 6s, Kimbrell also flew fighter plan es s uch as th e T -35, T 3 7 and T 3. In 2009, Kimbrell was the only femal e pilot sta tioned at Aveano Air Base, need to stop talking about race and racism. I am just saying we need to spe.pd more time concentrating .qn doing something about racism and less time jtiSt talking about it. We can talk until we get blue in the face and not change one thing. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. made a Jot of improvements in race relations. Dr. King spoke some mem orable, pretty and influential words, but it was the actions that he led or encouraged that made the changes. Actions like the bus boycott, the sit-ins and the protest demonstrations are all examples of actions that resulted in changes. Let s do what we can to de fang racism, make it less dangerous to live with and maybe even to eliminate it. Ital y Attached to the sssth Fig hter Squadron Kimbrell admits she has faced bias as a Black and as a female, as she pushed herself to over come physical and societal bias challenges. In 20o6, Kimbrell gave birth to her son; a decision which caused her to interrupt her career as a pilot. Her pregnancy prevented her from entering the plane s cockpit for nine months plus recovery time. Afterwards she was required to enroll in retraining. Kimbrell s military d ecoration s includ e the National De fe o e Seivi ce Medal Iraqi Ca mpaign Medal Global Wa r on T e r ro rism Ser v i ce Medal and the Korean Defense Service Medal So the De).t tim you look up and hear a j e t break the sound barrier, think of Shawna Kimbrell. Sh broke both the race and der barrier. Harambee!

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Horoscopes/ soaps Horoscopes Today's Birthday--You achieve balanced results this year b y f o cusing on a couple of areas: responsible partnership must b e balanced against your powerful desire for independence. Inspired creativity and luck go hand in h and to round out your formula for success. Leo_ (July 23-Aug. 22) Today 's e ffort hold s tog ether nicely, as you cater to the independence requested by oth ers whil e me e ting your own needs Listen to everyo ne Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Extra e ffort pays off big today with work behind closed doors. You gain the indep endence yo u 've so ught and possibly a promotion. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -If they h a d a take your friend to work day, y ou'd want it to happen now so they ca n see yo u in acti on. You're on exactly the same wavelength. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)Get your ducks in a row at home before tackling work. You h ave two choices: be co mpl etely l ogical, or follow y6ur creative impulse. JfSagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-In th e personal real m everythlng touch today turns to metaphorical gold. Your needs are balanced by care and understanding for another. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Es tabli s h a new balance between social life and family responsibilities. Extra time at home is needed to take advantage of a unique offer. Aquarius (Jan. 2o-Feb. 18)-Your closest buddies gather around to brainstorm. You come up with three or four strikingly different id eas, each one with merit. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) --Yest e rd ay's ideas beco m e t odays proj ec ts. It' s still a bit up in th e air, but yo u see h ow t o make eve r ything work. Invol ve g roup m embers Aries (March 21-Apri119)Don't expec t high drama t oday I n s t ead a nti cipa t e q u estio n s from assoc i a t es. a n d providl' answlrs th a t s t a nd up und e r sc rutiny. Taurus (April 20-May 20) T Group members give you th e c hanc e t o r eview plan s and change directio n as needed You find you r e alr eady on th e right track. Gemini (May 21-June 21)To get the most ou t of every oppo r tunity today, u se your i m ag in a t ion. O th e r s are certa inly u s ing theirs and together yo u ca n ge t a l o t don e. Cancer (June 22-July 22)If yo u demand independe n ce t oday, forward progress m oves alo n g s m oo thl y You've do n e all th e lis t e ning, and no w it' s up to yo u Soaps ALL MY CHlLDREN -Liza makes a d a) with David; Damian confronts Colby; Greenlee a ks David wh y h e did nothing to help Ryan David agrees to time apart from Greenlee: Tad i torn ben\ n believing Liza or Damon; David threaten to expose Green) RBndi returns from her modeling trip; Colb y and Damon m ak plan s t o lea\ e Pine Valley for good; Madison becom con rned abo ut m m ory AS THE WORLD TURNS -Carty and Jack stumbl across a n in timate Parker and Faith; Luke tries to teach R eid people kill s. hri s reveals his feelings for Katie and his aspirations to m chi f ; Bar -bara's credit card is used at a ling ri ore, Paul and H nry in tigate. Henry' n to find Bnrbarn int n ifi ; Emil y d potential evidence BOW AND THE BEAUTIFULBrook ch aft r n distrnught Hope to explain the truth; S t effy becom d nsiv abou t h r innocenc to Ridge; Justin i proud of th comm tion his V1 rsio n f th video caused. Oliver and Brooke try to g t Hope to I' to th r si d of the story; t phanie and Taylor adm nls h Rid g for blaming t effy; Bridget recall her history with Deacon and Brooke to w n ; H o turns to Brid get for guidance Bridget ba s a diffi ult tim e co mfortin g Hope ; Ridge tell th Logan family about th events that took pia a t the press confer nee; Justin doe s n't re ive th e respon he had h oped for from Bill. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Kat hold s th cards to Mad Un t Hope tell s Bo bow much h mean s to h r ; WUJ ofJ rs to b lp had fill in the blanks about hi s mom ; Nathan mo in with t phanj ; Th tells Le x ie about Hop 's treasur coli ctioo of wall ts Ariannil and Rai fight about her fri nd s hjp with EJ; Carl tri to co mfort ani I who is confused by Chloe eTTa tic behavior; Kat i s urprised that had wishes to her ; Brady oil rs to h lp out Nico l with om mon EJ h e lp s Samj smooth thing s ov r with Johnny; Maggi di scov rs that Nicole is drawing Brady back in ; Nicole g ts EJ to gl h r cash in change for b silenc ; Jus tin co nfid es to Adri enn that h thinks something is not right with Hope GENERAL HOSPITAL-Jaso n pull s a gun on Dant e; Franco 's art exhibit may b fuJI of tri ks; Maxi warn s Robin that Li a I up to no good. Dant warn s Jason not to go too far; U z rumbl motionally; Clair propos s that Sonny give h r a bab Spin 11i oil rs Ja on and Sam a uniqu c hanc to b tog th r Ja and Sky g t close in Bar lona ; Brook pull s Johnny into a hot kiss ONE LIFE TO UFE Blair r r s th ca l atlng batt) b t wee n Dorian and David ; Eli manipulat r ords to put an nd to R 's in vestigatJo n ; Lay la and ris tian mak a h artbr aking d i ion Tea Todd, Dani lle and Nat tak a trip to New York; o l admits to Starr that he almost s lept with Hannah; Ell pulls th wool ov r Blfiir s 'fodd has a c hange of h eart; In ez g t s pulled ov r b Bo for driving e r ratically ; R x and K lly hit a roadb l ock in th eir irtv ligation YOUNO AND THE RESTI.ESS hlo an d H nth r h av an. x plo iv onfrontation; Jack plead s with Emil Abby m ake a daring move to s h ow Ash l y h means bu in ss; Sky d mund th truth from Adam. N ll do n t want So A a anyw h e r n nr hj s fnmll ; Laur n reaches out to ,Jill. fictures From The fast As volunteers for the March of Dimes, these Middleton football players posed for this photo. They are: David Bowden, Frank Ford, Dolon Bodden, Paul Creal. Howard Williams, Anthony Gray, Alfonso Salters, Lyle Booker, Herbert Nelson, Leroy Owens, Rodolph Dawson, Corris Aikens, Robert Dou.glas, Zannie Black and Randy Haynes. In this 1969 ph to of Hm'> rd W. Blak Junior arsity Cheerlead rs are: Kneeling, Oi n \Vlngo, l e d f ha. and Vall r y adsden. tanding: Faye Jackson, Cheryl Klrk, Doris apman, Barbara Wimberly, and Dorothy Wilson. This is a 1962 photo of Howard W. Bll\k1 Junior arsity ba ketball team s th y finished a s runner ups during a tournam nt. At th far right i s th father of BA star Ubert Arenas, Oilb rt Arenas, Sr. "T1 r-0 JJ c > I en m z ::! z m r-llJ c: r rm ::! z '"D c: llJ c en % m c m < m JJ < -f c: m C/) c > z c ., JJ c

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a!;J Greetin(gs MS. LAQUITA 7/27 Happy 26th birthday, Ma! W Love, Maddysin and Ja. MS.LAQUITA 7/27 Always imitated, but never duplicated. It's my birthday s o watch what happens live you un nditionally. LYLAAnd Happy birthda y to Mi s Lyla. From, your man. Ma God bl you to AJso, L il Al as w Il l! Support The orida Sentine Advertisers 3608 N. 15th(Com 81 Local Breakfast For Kendrick Meek A Prayer Brea kfa s t was h e ld at St John Progressive M B Church recently in support of Congressman Kendrick Meek. Rev. Bart Banks, pastor, welcomed those in attendance; Mrs. Vanessa Banks sang, and Rev. Albert Gallmon, pastor of Peace M B. Church, gave the pray er. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Amon g the minist rs i n attendance were: Rev. Dr. George Berry, host pastor, Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Congressman Kendrick Meek, El d .er Henry Green, Rev. Payson and Rev. Albert Gallmon. Mrs. Van Banks sang. Ja nand Dr. Mile were In Mary Lovett and h r hu b and John laud Lovett were In attendance. Left to right: Marvin Knight, Vivian Heyward, Dianne Hart, Lydia Hudson and Sharon Carter. ted at this table are Deacon Charlie Ball Sr. Wllllam Johuon and Leonard Lynn. Th se breakfa t gu t:s inelud d andra Wa hlngton Donna Doug)

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Local Dress For Success luncheon Left to right: Lydia Pizarro, coordina t o r of Professional Wome n's Group; Pat Ellington, fo under, and Katie McG ill Executive Director. The lunch eon for Dress For ucce Profe s ional Wom e n 's Group wa held at Ragan P a rk auditor ium (Photograph y by BRUNS ON) Mother Warns About Beautv School BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter R o e Shield aid s h e beard that stude nts at ar a beauty schools do excelle nt work and don' t charge a much a sa lon Being the single m th e r of two daughters age 8 and 14, I d e cided to vi it one." On Saturday June 191h, Shields and h e r d a u g hter went to a local beaut school. When s h e arrived she told them her 8-year-old bad a sensitive calp and b e wanted someone who could do a relax r r ea]) w II. "An instructor at th sc hool told me s b h a d put my daught r in good hand The student put th r lax r on her bead, n t moving very fast, and without an in s tructor guiding her. "When my daught r started to burn, the s tud nt took her to the back, had h r lay back over th e shampoo bowl, and whil e th r lax r wa stil1 in h r bead p ur d coca co la on top h r h ad s aying it would s top th burning." Shield s aid s h had nev e r heard of anyone doing that in h e r !if but si n e h wa s at th s ho 1 s h f e lt it wa s som thing t h tud nt had be n taught Two da ys lat r m y daughter bad s u h bad burns in b r s alp ; h r hair was s tu ck to h r h ad and s b had to b tak n to a do tor. The do ctor told m th burns wer e du to over pro c ing. Now, s h h as sor s and s abs on h r s n ip and h y dro orti s n r om hns b n p r es rib d f o r h e r." hi Ids aid s h e on tacted the school on June 2111 and poke with th e di rector. She talked to h r again th next day. I asked her if b want d me t o bring my child in for h e r to ee th e damage. h e t o ld m e it was n't a ROOd idea to do that. he al o told m I may not hav e a choic but to cut her hair off. S hield a id h e r d a u g h ter h a b e n ver l y trau mati ze d b y th e incide nt a nd i e mbarra e d to a llo' an one to see hr with h r hair gone. 1 unde r stand it 's s chool but 1 s till f I th hav to b h ld a c untabl for th ir s tud nt Th r fus d to acknowl dg an -thing had b n don wrong and w r not prof i nat in the way th ey handl d m and m y situation." A p rson who id ntifi ed hers I f as th dir ctor of the sc hoo l said s h was not inter s t d in dis u s ing tb s ituation with th m dia Church To Host 'Know c.. Your Rights' Seminar N -..J On W ednes d ay, July 2 8111, th e N e w Sa l e m Mis s i onary B a pti s t Churc h 4 05 N O r ego n Avenu e, w ill h os t a "Know Your Rights" Se min a r. Th e eve nt will t a k e place f ro m 7 p .m. until 8:30p m., a t th e churc h Som e of the topic s that will be di scussed are what t o do if toppe d by the police ; in your home; if you re s t oppe d for ques tioning; if you r e stoppe d in your car; a nd if yo u r e arrested or t a k e n to a poli ce station. Th e e ve nt i s b e ing spon-sored by New Salem M. B. "' Church and the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida. The event is free and open to the public. For more information contact Mrs. Best at (813) 251-3389. 0 Report Reveals Florida Unprepared To Protect Children W III T N, D .. --Alma t five y ar after Hurricane Katrina a ne\ report revea l that Florida meet only two ou t of four minimum cri t eria identified b av the Children for protecting childr n in di a -t r The r e port i th e eco nd di a t r preparedn report r I a d by a e the hildren's Programs. The 2010 Y ea r report found that 38 stat es and the Dis tri ct of Columbia did not meet all four ba ic tand ard an d eve n states met zero tandard Hurricane Katrina demon trated what can hap pen when children a r e not accounted for in di aster planni ng. Commissioned by Sa ve the Children and conducted b y Brown Buckley Tucker the report re viewed four key standards identified b Save the Chil -"TT r-0 :::D i! I en m z dren: plans for evacuation, :::! r e unification with families Z and evacuation for special needs kids at childcare facil-m ities as well as e acuation plans at schools. J;; :::! z ., c m c en % Public Hearings Held Bv Chaner Review Board m c m < m :::D < c On Friday, July J01h, the board will di sc us s the posi tion of hanging th name of th ln t rnal Performance Auditor. Th me ting will b m ber of County Commi -ioner Districts. An changes to the Hills-l> borou h County Home R ule z barter would go before C voters for approval in o -:a vember 2010 or o ember c 2012. All meetings and pub-lie bearings are televised by Hillsbo r ough Te l evision w h ich a i rs o n Channel 622 on Bright Ho u se, and C hanne l 22 on Verizo n FiOS and Comca t Cab l e

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N 1'N :::> -., c en w :::> I-c a: u.. c z c( c en w I-> a: w > w c w :J m Advisorv Group Provides Opportunities For Youth BY LEON B. CREWS S entine l Stuff Write r E a st Ta m pa N ow is a n adv i sory g r o u p found e d 8 years ago b y Chloe Coney a n d Margare t Butler. T h e g r o u p was p ut t o ge th e r t o provi d e a platfo rm for w h a t ever i s goi n g o n i n East Ta m pa, a nd t o e n r i c h th e lives of youth East Tampa Now is pa rtn e r ed w i t h t h e U ni versity of So uth F l o ri da, N e i g h borwo r ks of A meri ca, the CDC of Tampa, a n d the Schoo l D istrict of Hill sbor ough Cou nty. R esiden t coordina tor for E.T. Now, Evangeline Best said s h e's been i n vo l ved with the group since i t s inception U n de r Neighborworks of America, we attend national trainin g session and brin g back vital i n formation W e a ) o pro vide bus tour of Eas t T a mpa, and learn mor e about its his tory and futur We attend d a co nferenc e r e cently, and had to prepare an ac tion plan on what we felt co uld be done to r e vitali ze Eas t Tampa. Ms. Best said they also wanted to work with young people and help them develop com munication kill "We were able to put tog e ther a plan that will provid e a n nrich ment program for u tud nt for the summe r W e've a l o partnered with Computer Mentors and th ey will provid e technical comput r training for young peopl and they get to build a computer from sc ratch, then t ake it hom e." Ms. Best said the youth will also learn video/audio photo g r a phy through the CDC' s Prodigy Pr og r a m r eceive lif e skill trai n ing, a n d how t o improve t hei r soc i a l skills They a lso will b e t a u g ht jou rna l ism technique s a n d o ther skills "With tu t ors volunteering t o h e lp u s th e yo uth will work n improvi n g th ei r r adi n g a nd writing kill T o participat e in th e g r oup, th e yo uth hav e to b e between 10 and 14 years old, live in th e East Tampa Community R evi t aliza tion Partnership bou n daries a t tend a chool in Eas t Tampa. or be involved in church or r rc-ation activiti in t Tamp Th a l o mu t willing t o lcam. N \ figu if w co uld help 10 kid w e would be succ ful' idM. t. z ti Mother, Ailing Son Face EvicUon ..J ..J :::> m ..:. w z w en c( Q a: 0 ..J u.. Crystal Daniels ha s been prayin g hard that a don o r i s found f o r h e r 9-year-old on Uoyd Jones. Jon h as been diagnosed with hyper eosi nipili c syndrome and n eeds a bon marrow transplant. Only one in his family is a match With aU of h e r e n ergy and focus being on h e r son 's m e dical condition, Daniels said s h e 11 behind in her rent paym ents, and she and Uoy d will be evicted any day now. expect us to be homel ess in a matter of days. I tried to explain to them what wa s going on with LOOKING FOR RELATIVE Machelle Pickett (Mother Linda Moreno/Father, Huey Pickett) Please Contact Your Cousin, Patricia Mason Givens co Immediately at 813-877-5944 m y son and th e fa t that I h ad just moved into th apartm nt, but th ey w r n't v ry sympa theti c." Dani I said s h e own d $1.400 in r ent paym nts, but after th ey add d the cost of h r evictio n that figur rose to $1,800. t can t be hom l ess right now b u se that would bring In othe r agenci s for m e to d al wit h and a ll of m y attention need s t o s tay on m y son. l'v b n d ni d assistanc throu gh s o ia l s rvi es." Reporte r uon B. Crews can b e r e a c h e d at (81.3) ll480 72 4 or emalle d at l cre w @flsentfn l. co m. Mr. And Ms. Friendlv Crowned F riend l y M i s s ionary Baptist Churc h under th e l ea d ers hi p of R c vc cnd .Johnnie Mille r h e l d it s Mr. a nd Ms. Fri e n d l y Day co r o n a tion r ece ntly. Blanche N ealy presi ded over t h e p rogram. T h e g u est speaker was Julia Love of F i r s t M i s Bapt ist Churc h of O ther p rogram parti cipa n ts were : t h e Youth Choi r Pas t o r Miller, D eacon Jessi e Hobdy, Deacon Louis Hudson, Evangelis t Hazel Singleton, Tayna Gordon, Miller Male Mother Helen Woody Tina Smith, D ea. Lewis Williams, Dea. Alex Bethea, Minister Keith King, Renee Zeigler, April and Alex (worship in dance) Pastor Johnnie Miller and First Lady, Katherine Miller. MlSII Friend)y with, Tayna Gordo n Deloris Andert!IOn Mother H Bridget Brown and Coretta Rodriqu s. a nd Asl een Griffin. Co ntestan ts fo r the c rowns w e r e Patricia FerrellMunter, Tracy Ford, Deacon Elbert Ford and Deacon Sidney Jones. Patricia FerrellMunter was crowne d Ms. Fri e ndl y and Deacon Elbert Ford was crowned Mr. Fri e ndly. (Photography by Julia Jackson) Captured in the audience, El der Dr. Willie J. Williams, pastor of Mt. Moriah PB Church, and in the rear, Erica Harrington.

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ffi 18th Annual Gourmet Gents The 18th Annua l Gourme t Gents was h e l d at Higgins Hall with an overflowing c r owd Th e event i s s p o n sored a nnuall y by th e Coa l ition of 100 Black Women Tampa C h apte r (Photography by BRUNSON) The e Gourmet Gents arc Anthony Jones, \\'alter Bethea, Jared Green, William Lewis, Jo cph Bunts and David Bunts Patricia Wingo and Arlene Timmons represented Oriental Flo; h Market. Gent Marvin Knight, center, Is shown with John DeMuro, lye Morgan, Chloe Con y Lisa Danl I s and Cynthia Jones. Gents taking a break while th gu and George W. Wilds. Gents, Rev. Zachery Hudson and Angelo Johnson. C h ena and Tina at the Gourm l Gents event. Mike and Makladh Blaylock. en c Open House Planned For Warner Universitv In PartnershiP With 34th Street Church 01 God There is great excitement in the air of 34th Street Church o f God. They have embarked upon a task not many churches na tionally can affirm. Warner Uni vers i ty, a n independent and regionally accredited Christian University in Central Florida, announced this week the start of a n innovative relationship with the 34th Street Church of God of Tampa. Reverend Dr. Thomas Scott and hi s associate, Reverend Dr. Jeffery Alex Johnson, co n tacted the univer sity earlier this year seeking to bring a Christian higher educa tion program to their local church community. After weeks of talks, the church announces that beginning this fall adult students of the area will be able to complete their Associates degree through the online programs. This collaboration will offer to the Tampa Bay area fully accred ited university courses to obtain associate, bachelors and master' degrees in a Christian envi ronment. tudents will enroll in just two online courses every 8 weeks. tuden will also benefit from participating in weekly instructional labs to be held at the 34th treet hurch on Tuesday nights On ce tudents com plete their Associa te" degree th ey ";JJ be ready t o complete one of\ arner niversity s two bachelor degree programs in bu iness or ministry. Dr. Jeff Hayes, the online program co ordinator reports that m ost tudcnt at Warner receive orne form of financial aid. Warner has been offering an online Associate"s and Bache lor degre-e sin ce the 1999-2000 academic Later. th e scl10ol hega n offering an online Ma ter of Science in f anagement. DR. TIIOMAS SCO'IT ., r-0 Jl c > en m z :::f z m r-1 OJ c: A Coffee and Dessert House is planned for August 3 P.M. at the 34th Street Church z of God to help answer ""D about all of the ffi available programs and the partnership with the church. The public is invited to m learn more about this new C nership. After the Open House on m gust 3 2010, on August 21, 201 there will be orientation ...,. classes will begin on August 31, ffi 2010. en Contact the church office m ore details a t (81.3) 248-6548 < ext. 223 to peak to Dr. > Johnson for more information. ., Jl c

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Auditor Retires After 25 Years Of Service c en w ::: 1-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After graduating from high school, a Tampa woman continue d her education as a Mathematics majo r She uti lized h e r education to obtain employment with the fed e ral government as a Civilian employee. Now, after 25 years of servic e, Ms. Norma Hall Marshall will complete her last day at MacDill Air Force Base as an Auditor on Friday. H e r niec e Ms. Evelyn Hall, said she is paying this s urpris e tribute t o her aunt because s he i s deserv ing of it. "She raised me and taught m e a l ot about life She taught me about the importance of educa tion. about saving money, and I just love her. Ms. Hall said. Ms. Marshall att e nded th e C publi c schools of Hill s borou g h ft County. She graduated from 0 Middleton High School in z 1968 She continued h e r cduca a: w > D eg r ee in Accounting Ms. Marshall hcgan her t e nur e with th e f e d era l govern m e nt at a Na;al Base in M erid ian. Miss issippi She r e main e d at that base for nearly 20 yea r s MS. NORMA IIAI.I. MARSIIAL.L .. Retires afier 25 years of service Wanting to be clos e r to horne. Ms. Marshall trans ferred to the Air For ce Base in P e n sacola. Florida. and nmain c d there f o r ahout 6 vcar s bef ore coming h o m e Ms. Marshnll. who rclc hratcd her tioth birthday on .Jun e 30th was tr ea t ed t o a sur pri se hirthday party bv h e r niece and s i ster, Ms. Qlhia "Libby" Wilson. Onrc s h e officiall y retires. Ms. Marshnll p lans t o s J x:n d ing time \, ith her familv and frit rHis. Sill' also plan s on t raveling and ralt'h up on h e r r ea din g w, ___________________________________________ __ ..;.FY.....;;..;...I --------------Middleton Class 011958 :J en The MiddJeton Senior High a. School Class of 1958 will hold its business meeting on Friday, tu July 30, 2010 5:30 p m at th e -I 22nd St. Police Dept. Sector Of -5 fice, 3808 N. 22nd St. Bring a Ol covered dish We wiJJ remember our clas smates. Ms. Ethel Inez Everett and Leroy Harden, Sr. Th e n e w bu s in ess o n th e age nda will be "gift baske t s." John Shipp, presid e nt Rose Pearl Gambrell Jones, r e porter. For mor e infonn atio n call (813) 4201442 -z w en T11111111 sarcaldasls SU111n Brau1 Please join the Tampa Bay Sarc oidosi s Su pport Group as they Q: meet and greet othe111 with Sar-0 c oidosi s on Saturday, July 31, 2010,4 p m. -6 p.m. at th e Col-lege Hill Branch Library. :z6o E Dr. Martin Luth e r King .Jr. Blvd. (:!36 1 0) For more information contnct Gwen Carson. 813-22,.1)1983 0 ,... tf'-4tl& (/buuMJ .. ctl h of tfampa'llnf .. CWonurn j (/lmltA University Area Community Center Complex (UACCC) is m,uiml. Seating Is limited/ WorkshopsJoclude: Screenlrurs Include; A.sk the Doctor Blood Pressure, Cholesterol. Diabetes Healthy Cooking Breast Exams, & Mammograms: Women & Exerdse (FREE to those who qualify Call for details) For more i nformation or to register, Call (813) 307-8015 Ext. 3502 or VIsit U$ at www.hillscouotybgalth.ara DfADI.INE: September 22, 2010 Soec!al Gift to first 150 FLORIDA __ First Annual Magnificent Escort Presentation Held BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For several years, the Tampa Cotillion-Debutante Organiza tion has held events focusing attention on young ladies in the community. However, last weekend the organization held its First Annual Magnifi cent Escort Presentation. The event was held at the Ramada Hotel-Westshore and eight young men were introdu<'ed to society. Each received his tux edo jacket whi c h s ym boliz e d th e wming of manhood." The Mis tre ss of Ceremony was Mrs. Carolyn Plummer Riley and Atlorney Norman Harris se rv e d a s the Mas ter of Cerem ony Ms. Mattie Telfair Cooper i s th e pr ogram dir ec tor Other m e n in th e commu nity who w e re rccogn i7-ed w e r e Or. George Fox..x, Robert MBobby Plummer. Dayle Greene. Kareem Collins. Attorney Norman Harris. George Streets. Roland \\'illiams. and Michael Foreman. Thl' Alumni Escorts an James Lang. Jr .. Terrence Peoples. Richard Russell a nd Ramon Willingham. James is thl' son of Ms. \'altrie Hernandez and James Lang. Sr. n H 21-ycar-old attends E\'ercst Uni \' c rsity and i a member of R evealing Truth Ministries Terrence is a member of New Bethel M. B Church H e i s currently enrolled at Erwin Technical School and is th e son o f Ms. Katie Foreman and Mitton Peoples. Richard i s the so n of Ms. Areva Green and i s also pursuing a career nt E nvin Tech nical School. H e is a m ember of N w Life Mini s tri es. Ramon i s th e son of Roosevelt Wlllln.gham. l11c 19ye ar-old is e nrolled at E ve rest University and a m ember of New Harvest M. B Church Th e Magnificent Escorts are Michael Davis, Jr., Ayele .. Lee" Gibson, George Messer, Jr., and James A. Staten, Jr. Michael is the son of Mrs. Janet Davis. The 18year-old i s a senior at Hillsborough High School. Lee is the son of Ms. Cassandra Allen and Willie Gibson. The 15-ye ar-old is a 10th grade student in the Mag n e t Program at Middleton High School. The s on of Ms. Sonya Wilson, George, 15, is an 8th grade student at Giunta Mid die School. James, 15, is the son Ms. Sheila McCarter and the late James Staten, Sr. H e Is n toth grnde student at Plant High School. JAMES LANG, JR. ... Alumnj Escort 7-Year Member ... Alumni Escort 3 -Year Member OEOROE M E R JR. ... Magnificent Escort -Year Member RAMON WILLINGHAM ... Alumni Escort 2-Year Member RICHARD R USSELL ... Alumni Escort 2-Year Member A.YLE" LBE"GlBSO .. Magnificent Escort 6-Year Member

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Sports Reggie Bush's Reisman Troohv And Image Being Removed From usc campus REGGIE BUSH In an effo rt to clean up the now tarnished im age of its athletic department, USC Athletic director Mike Garrett and Reggie Bush's Heisman Trophy are the first two items to go. In a letter to school supporters, incoming USC President Max Nikias states that Garrett will be replaced by Pat Haden, and the school also will return its copy of Bush's trophy to the Heisman Trost, among severa.l measures to disassociate itself from the Super Bowl winning tailback. The NCAA cit ed Garrett's administration for a lack of institutional control while slapping the school with h eavy sa n ctions. USC was hit with four years of probation, a tw oyear bowl ban and severe football sc holarship re tri c tion s after the NCAA found serious rul es violations in the athletic department, primarily around the football and men' s basketball team s. Most involved illegal benefits for Bush and O.J. Mayo, the talented basketball player who spent just one season at USC. Former Browns Plaversues Team LECHARLES BENTLEY A former center for the C l eve land Browns is suing the team after he says he contracted a life threatening staph ction at the team's training camp that ultimate l y ended his career. Le harles Bentley filed the law uit Thursday and is eeking at lea t 25,000 in damage for alleged fraud and n glig nt misrepr entation His attorney Shannon Polk says th e former foot ball s tar n ea rly died from an infection h e contracted a t th e team's facility while h e wa s rehabbing an injured knee Bentley never played a Game for the Brown ; the athlete tore his left pat e llar tendon in training camp in 2006 and never recovered fro m the infection. Bentley had four o p erntion:; since b eing injured, the final two to clean out the taph infection. 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He was a first-round pick out of Syracuse in 2000 and grew up in New City, N.Y., about 30 miles north of where the Giants play in East Rutherford, N.J. KEITH BULLUCK The Giants have been looking for a replacement for middle linebacker Antonio Pierce, wbp was released after last season. 1\) 0 ....... 0 J.D.'s Next Destinationil "T1 r 0 :::D Terrell Owens i s still l ooking for a new team, but the Rams and Bengal s have emerged as potential spots based on recent reports. ESPN reported Saturday that the Rams have intensified T.O. discussions, according to sources close to the player and team. Even th o ugh Owens has tated in the past that he wants to sign with a playoff contender, T.O.'s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, let the Rams know Owens would definitely consider their offer. Meanwhile, Chad Ochocinco and Carson Palmer are reportedly pushing for the Bengals to TERRHU. OWENS en m z :::1 z m r I a:J c: r r m :::1 z "'0 c: a:J r c;; sign Owens to a deal ::t Ochoci.nco even went so far as to declare Owens was m "coming soon" with an amusing "'Batman and Robin" photoshopped image on his Twitter account. < m :::D < .... c: m CIJ 0 Brvant 1st Plaver On Field At CoWbovs Ca111 0 'TI :::D 6 SAN ANTONIO -Dez Brya.nt was more than on time for the start of the Dallas Cowboys training camp. Th first-round pick was the first player on the field Saturday. Wearing the No. 88 jersey assigned to him right after being drafted, Bryant emerged from the Alamodome tunnel about 45 minutes before the Cowboys' first workout. The receiver from Oklahoma State th n caught passes from undrafted rookie quarterback. Bryant bad alleviated any concern about him missing any workouts wh n be agreed to terms of n fiveyear contract ev n before g tting to San Antonio. Bryant arrived at th Alamodome more than two hours before practice. Once on the fi ld, h acknowledged the growing crowd with a wave and then ran a variety of routes long before Tony .Romo and th rest of J the t am even came out of fi) m th locker room. .... ....

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______________________________________ ,.... C\1 Steelers Sign Tomlin :::> ..., c (/) w :::> Through 2012, With Option MIKE TOMLIN PITTSBURGH -The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed coach Mike Tomlin to a two-year contract extension through the 2012 season, with an option year in 2013. The extension was expectc ed because the Steelers' polia:: u. c z cy has been to sign a coach before h e b egins the final season of a contract. Tomlin is only th e Steel e r s' third coach since 1969 fol lowing Chuck Noll (196991) and Bill Cowher (1992-2006). Tomlin i s 31-1 7 in three season s, with two division titles, an AFC c hampionship and a Super Bowl victory. During the 2008 season, he became the you ng est coach -he was 36 to win th e Super Bowl when th e Steelers beat Arizona 27-23 Tomlin made an ave r age of $2.5 million per season under th e contract h sign d upon s u cceeding Cowher in January 2007. Hi s n ew contract is expected to at lea t double that. < c (/) w :::> can Tracv McGradv Help the Bullsil > a:: :::> m I ..J TRACY MCGRADY Tracy McGrady is one of i= the biggest names s till a ailffi able in the legendary NBA free agent market. Me rady app ar d in only i gam for tb R ocket s before i n g at and the n traded to w York, whe r e b e played in 24 gam But th re ma y be a landing spot aft r all if cGr d m t s rtain condition -reas nabl e health and a willingne s to om off th b nch -in a workout Monday in hi ago. th Bull s ar pr p a r d to off r th form r sco ring champion a o ntrn ct. (/)-------------------------------------------( a: 0 ..J u. Kobe Will Return From Knee Suruerv Bv Training Camp KOBE BRYANT LOS ANGELES -Kobe Bryant r ece ntly underwent arthroscopic surgery o n hi s right kn ee, th e Los Angele s N Lak e r s r evea l e d Friday -w Bryant will b e fully r ec ov -0 ered w e ll b efore training camp opens Sept. 25, the Lak rs sai d in a bri e f s t a t -m nt. Bryant's kn wa s drain d of fluid early in th e pla offs. a nd h e played throu g h seve r a l additional while l eading the Lak c r s to th eir sec ond s trai g ht titl e The Laker s s aid l as t month that Bryant like l y would have surgery thi s summer to clean up hi s knee. lt wa s n t co n sidere d urgent, and lH m a d a trip to South t\fricn for th e World Cup befor e ge t tin g it don e The t ea m ha s n t announcd whether 81 alit will h nvc s urg ry on hi s injur d ind x finger whic h broken l ate la s t yea r a nd hampered hi s s hot throughout the seas on Bucs Sign Price To 4-Year Deal BRiAN PRICE The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed secondround draft pick Brian Price to a four-year contract. Price, taken 35th overall, is glad the contract is done o h e can wconcentrate on having a great training camp."' H was the Pac-10 defensive play e r of the year in 2009. Tampa Bay looked to over haul its defensive line in th e 2010 draft. The Buccaneers used their first-round selection. third overall. to take Oklahoma tackle Gerald McCoy. McCoy has not yet s igned BEAUTY UNLIMITED JALYSSA We 've received too many phone calls to count, demanding to see Jalyssa as a Beauty Unlimited feature. Your wish is our command, and here she is. In case you missed her this past Friday, here' s a little refresher. The 21-year-old Taurus said her hobbies are dancing, cheering and modeling, and all of her at1entlon Is focused on graduating from the Unlverstty of South Florida. Jalyssa believes that lite Is too short to take it tor granted," and understands that tt takes strength to overcome distractions In ltfe and get to where you need to be. When it comes to the man In her life, Jatyssa said he must be respectful, tunny, athletic motivated, knows what he wants In Ute and have a good head on his shoulders. Congratulations to Jatyssa as this weekfs vety much In demand beauty Unlimited feature. If you re Interested in being In the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight please send your Information and photo, Including a contact number to: jjohnson-Oflsentfnel.com latex Flat White Paint #204 .............. $3i00 /5 Gal. Interior Semi Gloss White #14 ..... $14.90 I Gal. 2 Pack 9" Roller ...................................... $1.50 3 r'J1nt Brushes ....................................... 99 "' LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!

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__ m en Too smooth ComedvShow Promoter Too Smo oth hosted a com e dy show r e c e ntl y to showcase the tal ent of area comi cs. More th a n 200 attende d the show. (Photo s b y Julia Jackson Too S mooth with promot e r Patrick 8 Rho n c s i a L Dennard was amon g those enjoyin g t h e s h ow. Foxv Brown Arrested In New York Foxy Brown has been arreste d in N e w York afte r police a y she got into an altercation with a f emale neighbor. Brown, real name Inga Manchard, was taken in t o custody after violating an o rd e r o f protectio n taken out against her b y Arlene Raymond. Raymond took out the order of protection against the Brooklyn rapper for reportedly striking her in the head with a Blackberry in 2007. B r own was seen in her Prospect Heights neighbor hood yelling at Raymond, "B*tch, what are you look ing at? What the fck are you l ooking at?" before being h e ld FOXY B ROWN back b y n e ighbo rs t o p reve nt a physical alt e rcation Raymon d r e p ortedly called polic e and Brown was charge d with one count of crimin a l cont e mpt, a class E f e lony. She has since post e d $ 5 0 ,000 bail and declin d comment on th e incid e nt Man Who Knocked out suuelnluht Jumped Bv Securltv Greg The Barber the man who knocked out Suge Knight a while back, wa c h oc ked unco n s c i o u s b y a p ac k o f s ec uri ty g u a r d . Th e alte r catio n apparr nt l y took pl ace o ut s i d lub W onde rland a s Greg was d o in g a s t ree t int e rvi ew w ith "For T h e Love O f Ray J s D a n ge r and h e r crew. Greg s till was abl e t o ge t a ni ce punc h in eve n afte r th e attack. DR. ORE Produ ce r Dr. Ore i s bei n g s u e d b y P a r a m ount R ording Studios f o r mil lio n s o f d ollars, aft e r f a ili ng t o a p a y a bill for recording ti m e. Para m ount R cordi n g Studios i s suing Dre fo r $ 1,22 0 5 0 0 f o r b rea h o f contra t according t o t h e l awsui t. Dr. Ore, w h o has reco rd ed a t P aramount f o r a t least t e n years, has b e n g iven h e aper rat t o record and continues t o record there f o r hi s m a in wo rk A ccording t o the la wsuit, Dr. Dre and his r ecord l a b e l Aft ermath Enterta in m ent a llegedly r ent d the re cording studio from April 2009 until June o f 201 0 Or. Dre a g r d to pay the bill b y Jul y 1 3th, but did n o t whe n that date came around. Paramount claims that th ey w e r e n eve r paid f o r th e d a t es Dr. D r e has been u s in g th e studio to put th e fini s h i n g tou c h es on hi s upcoming a lbum "De t o x and has n o t s pok e n ye t o n t h e l a ws ui t 0 lil Kim wears See Through Dress During Performance With Gucci Mane Lil Kim and Gucci Mane p erforme d Fr eaky Gurl" tog ethe r at the 2010 ESPY'S Afte r P arty Gucci a nd Kim wi t h the h e l p of t h e O mega P s i P s i team r ock e d t h e c r o w d at th e ev ent and bad ev e ryone jamming to the Gucci Mane class ic. H ow e ver it w as L il Kim' s see th ro u g h dress t h at r eally t ol e th e s h ow, and s h owe d Kim trul y was a M freaky girl. Eve n with all h e r recent b ee f s with Foxy Brown a nd Nicki Minaj, Kim shows the queen b e e still has the bod to hang with the young g ir ls. Kid Cudi Anacked Onstaue Bv Fan Kid Cudi is th e latest rapp e r t o h a e a p erformanc e interrupte d b y unex p ected co mpan onstage. Ear l ier th is m o nth so Ce.nt was attacke d i n B razil b y an overzealous fan tha t was seen bei n g k icked a nd punched b y security before being escorted offstag Thi l i m e how e e r Cudi was p rforming P ur: uit Of Happ i n .. i n h is h o metown o f 1 an d h io when a fan h oppe d o n tage a nd inte r rupted h is set. A vid eo o f th e incident has surfaced s h owing the fan throwi n g an o bject offstage before b eing shove d into Cudi b y secu rit y Th e rapper is th en seen fol-KlDCUDI lowing b ehind h i s security team and confronts the man C: before being held back b y the guards. c;; Despite the incident, the % m G .O.O.D. music emcee 0 returned to the stage and fin-m ished his performance_ < m SWizz Beau Denies Wedding To Alicia len (! m en c ,. Swizz Beatz i d e n ying rep orts that h e and fiancee Alida Keys got m arried ove r th e weeke nd in a pri va t e ,.,.-e
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0 ,... II Bowden of Tampa, and Lois Miles of son and the CA family; and a host of ,..: Tampa; and our pet, "Miracle." other relativCB, co-workers, friends C\1 She Is survived by: her loving and and loved onCB. devoted caregivers, daughters, The remains will repose from 4-8 Cheryl Wilson (devoted son-in-law, p. m., Tuesday, July 27, 2010, at Ray "") Andrew) and Sharman Thomas of Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Tampa; grandson whom she loved Howard Avenue. with her whole heart, Duane Thomas Arrangements entrusted to RAY (/) ('No) of Orange, NJ; a carlng and de WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, W voted daughter-In-law, Selena Jenell Rhodes & Northern, Owners. tomas of Tampa; brother-In-law, .... Willie "Guts" Hendrix of Tampa; MR. ROY HOWARD Trusting In the grace and will of God, Mr. Roy Howard of 11/..12 N. 17th Street, peacefully made his transition from this Ufe on Tuesday, July 20, 2010, at University Community Hospital. Homegoing services will be held on Wednesday, July 28, 2010, at 2:30 p m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Elder WIJUe J Wllliam.'l, DD, officiating. Interment wiU be ln Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Roy wa born on September 15, 1935 to the late Mr. Arthur and Mrs. Precious Melissa Howard In a mall farm town ofThomuvUle, Georgla. He atttmdecl the public scboo of Jef. > ferson County (Monticello. Fl. ) and < Hillsborough County (Tampa), C where he resided for more than 61 a: years. U.. His professional career spanned C more than three decades starting in Z his early teen.'l as a shoeshlne penon. < Not merely by choice. but for the sake of necessity. so many young C black men foilowt>:d that path of life (/) during that era (1949-1959 the cru W elty of survival and reality). ncr being employed by compa nia, Roy pined atable and benefl a: dal with the Coca Cola W Compaay and llobinll Manufacturing > Compaay. W Mr. Howard placed on ...,mi C retirement from a d .l.sabillty and W bepn working as a handy penon % wrt11 the ran or 2005 when he wu admJtted to an uaWted tMng fadUty. m ID the Jut two yearw his beaJth con-:') to clecUne. A. Roy-pi eceded In dadh br. his Z ta. AJ"thar and Predowl i:= Howard; his 80D, Roy Lft Howanl w_, r.; three older brothera., Lewts, Percy and Artbar Jr.; and two older 5 -'-ten, Inez Reed and UUIC! Ruth m uowant. _, Thoee left to dMrlab hJ. memo W ria ann a bnrther. Mr. Bl.by Leon Z RowanS and wtfe, Manel or Albui:= qaerque, New Mexico: a aamtll. Mrs. Z Joimlton or<>p.Jocb FL. Mn. W Ruby Humphrey orTbomuvflle, GA. tl/ and Mn. Ophelia S.ttle orTaJlabu. He, Fl.; 3 Mr. Roy -Lee, .... Dorvthea AnpHca and M& Tatianna Howard or 7 ftrat _, pneration nJeca, Mn. Klou.le H. U.. Uvinpton or Mondc:eiJo, Fl., M .n. F1orrle A. Jona orThotnuvUJe, OA, Mn. Brenda Howard-Kitchen, Mn. UJJian A. Gaines, Mn. Mary Bunch and Ms. Deborah HenJpn orTamp11, and Mrs. Crystal C. JohMOn or Kadena Air Force Base, Kadena. Japan; 6 ftnt generation nephews, M .r. Claftnce Gn!JOry or Clearwater, FL. Mr. Leroy Howard and Mr. Bernard Howard Mr. John Henlpn or Albuquerque, New MexIco, Mr. Timothy 1 -Howard or Or lando, FL, and Mr. Byron Leon Scott or Loe Angeles, CA ; and a hoet of other ni-, nephew!! and COUIIIDII. The visitation wtl1 be held Tuesdll)', July a7, aoto, from <4 p. m. lit Aikens PuneraJ Home. The famIly wtD rec:etve friends from 6-7 p m. The family and friends are uked to meet at the chapel on Wednesday (or the Ht"VIce. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. DORIS A. THOMAS Homegolng services of Mrs. Doris Allison Thomas of 2922 Banza Street who passed away on Wednesday, July 21, 2010, will be held on Wednesday, July 28, 2010, at 6:30 p. m. at Northeast United Methodlllt Church, 6400 N. 15th Street, Rev. Florence Howell-Para, putor, offici 11tlng. Interment will be In Garden of Memories Cemetery on ThUJ'IIday July 29, 2010, at u a.m. Mrs. Thoii'UIS was born In Tampa, on October 29, 192.3 She wuthe second of three lblings born to th. e late Henrlen. a and John Alllson. Her Initial walk with Christ bepn at Greater Beth I M loniU')' Baptiwt burch in Tampa. Doris later joined hrist nited Methodlllt hurch, wh re he remained a faithful memuntil Christ call d her home on July 21, 2010. Doris was married t o the late Roll<'rt and t o thL union. three children wrre born. Bobby. Cheryl and Sharman. After romplct inK her formal education in the schools of llillborough County. attended !-lorida AAu\t CoiiClte where he received a Bachelor of A.rt (}qtree in FJementary F..duca tion. In December 1945. abe w.., inl tiated into the 8c1a Alpha ChaptrT of Alpha Kappa lpha, Inc. at !-lorida kM. Oorl.s held the dl!otinction of being CT'Owned MIJL.o FA..\ICfo'..F. In 194!) 46. lleT teachln11 career bepn at tlarkm School and ubaequently Included Meacham. Jack 100n lleiJI}lb and Gorrie. Durln11 hu career Doris recdved the Award or Honor for Outatandln11 Flrat Grade Teacher and "Certificate o f Award for Outatanding Prof lon.aJ ...... icc:. Doris IOVt!'d her atudenta aod her students loved bu. Bec:aUK of her outatancUna teachlna aid&. many p11reob requested placanent o( thetr children in her c:lua. After havt:na touched the ttw. or buftitrecJA or Doris retired l n tC)So wtth :p yean of decUcated Her lnt....-s extended to ..enUta on the 8ocanl orotndont oiTamp11 o.y Nunoery, and the a-ni ol Dtrectont of the S.turdaT Od.Jclre:n Program. wbeT'e dM! wu a -lontftT Muter Reading Teaeher. Sbc held membcnthip In the Nadonal ReCired Teacher's AModatlon and the NAACP. Other ac:tlvtdetllndvded the March or Dtmes and East Tampa Cfvtc: AModation. Known u a mclodloUI tMJprano, Doris re.ndeft!d hv tale.nta to both the community and her church. Sbe was a member of Choral Group. A.8 an Alpha Kappa Alpba Golden Soror wtth -r 50)'""' of dedkated she worked on numerous committees. Doris ch1dft!d coher aroup. t.he M\1111 Teenage T1mpa Pubtlc Relations Committee, the Housing Man agement Committee of the AKA She was honoft!d as Sotur of the Month and recoplzed for her outatandlng ftnanc:lat support. Although Doris uperlencecl declining health which prevented her rtom aHencllng meetlnp and l!Yent&, her heart remained faithful to her 1lsterhood. With "Doris A. Thomu" etched In atone on the Walk at the AKA HOUIIC!, a luting reminder of her service and commitment to her beloved tMJrorlty Is She was preceded In death byl her parents; her 110n, Bobby; both slstel"', Johnnie Mae Fleming and Bmma an uncle, Anthony/\. Har rls; Howard A. Harri11, Sr., Hll:r.abeth 11m and Ruth Smith; very special friends tlkc slsten., Robinson of Jacksonville, FL, Gr11c:e caregiver aunt, Rulha Mae Harris of Tampa; nephews, John Hendrix and Gregory Flemlng, both of Tampa; nieces, Rita Seay and Rosalyn Lewis, both of Tampa; great grandchildren, Brianna, Mason and Madison lltomas of Orange, NJ; godchildren, Gall Green of Tallahusee, Hardy Robill50n of Tampa, and Shannon Pringle (Sheila) or Jack.sonviUe; grand nieces and nephewa, Jabuloni, Huani, Michael (Jemlra) and ram ily, George (Tina) and ramlly, Arlk.a, Alison and Zolya and their mother, Ronl, and Lauren and Gresory and thetr mother, Darele; apedal grands and extended family, (Wtlaon) Katie, Jackie, Lafonda, Devontae, Davon, Rashad, Ursul a and their mother, Alice Raines. Beautiful memorl will always lin&er wtth cowdru and friends: children of Arthur Harrill of Ta.mpa, E t .hel Hal"''b and DJi, children of Flhabeth nm. 11008 o( Ruth mlth or Tampa, Brenda and Leroy Twlas of New York, Barbara and Willie Mitchell and family of Tampa. Eddie \\'oddi.-. !'>la.....,rrt Guz.manWoddic and !iOM. Ernestine Monroe. Ina and family. Laura and Fred Fuller a .nd family. AltameaK Cuh.-cr. Benladine \\ltit<"-King and l'olir'<" family. tb. Klnll family (l'J and !'C) cry demte<:l lifdong friend& Altame:tOC Si. m mons. Ca.ettr Wat.ldru. Barbara IUndolpb. Ida Moo,.... Ern..,.-tine l'ondrr. I cille Franklin. Gloria Phil more. Sharon !'>IIIler and Thelma Shuman: ca.....,;tTn& u dau&}lter"!f. Gloria Edwa.Nls (De:!oea) and F.>e Broddn1(ton. Teach"" Sarah Oqroff. Mary A.. Wllllanu, F...dlth WUI.Lam., J oADn 1'bom.u and family, Carolyn Rlafns. Joiner and Tuckerto famillrs. 10m Walker. Vl i.an and l'oulonda Dexter, Barbar JoltyBule Wells . Ste:n"r:ll, Moore famllle8 and cbildren. Dorothy f1e:m. in11 and Cynthia Mya-w and family, Banu20th Street neigtlbocrbood; Ha.pl.or Ume., Burpmcl)', and lodiao; H-Health ApDcr Nur.es. Karaa and Carleen, Ch..UC nlted MethodJ.t O.u:rdt, Betty Harmon and Ml1cl:red Ncwwo-aDd OeraJ. cH-Christopher, Sbafta-Scott (E.Uina) a.nd alllbop J H. Rowell; her doctor ,.,.. -30 ,_,... Dr. Ma....-ret and there are many. -lcning family fricmcb that wtll m her buutlfVI -ne and ldnd wont. ol wWocn. T1Ml vk!wtna wtiJ be held at North_. nlted Mllthodlat O!urc:b em Wectne.day, July 2.8. ao1o. from 4-8 p. m. are uked to_.. at the chord\. AIKENS FUNERAL HOMlt IIIIIEIIDRIIM HERMAN TELFAIR, Ill August 4,1976-July 117, 1990 The memory of you wiU remain in our hearts forever. Your family. Funera l Home John W Harmon, L.F. D James Harmon, L. F. D 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 MR. JIMMY DAVIS HAMPTON ALLEN Mr. Jlmmy Davis Hampton Allen of Tampa. pa.ued IIWIIY Monday, July 19,2010. Funeral .ervices wiD be held Wednescby, July 28, 2010, at I p. m.. at Ray WUllams Memorial Chapel. 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Dr. Cnig Bythewood, officiating. Interment will roUow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Jlmmy Allen was bom ln Don alsonville, GA. to the late Sarah Allen Jarman and Jimmy Davis Hampton. He wall ai"'CCrident ofTampa., for 4 7 yean. H e attended pubUc school in HUI.sboroup County and wall a member of Blake Hlgh School, class or 65. Jlmmy Allen worked for Lykes Brothers Packing Company as a Butcher for :z6 years. When the com pany dosed last Jimmy retired. for more than 2.J years Jimmy Allen K.ned u a CA Representat:iYe for lflllsboroup County. In this role he touched the lk>es of thousands or in dhiduals who stnlgll01 to repin their life foc:u5. Jimmy Allen ...-u 'V) commiHed and compassion ate about this work as a CA Representath-e and a J oiBndenton, and Usa ADen or GA; two IIODII or Orlando, one daughter of1'ampa, and three daqhtel"'l ofGA; p1lltdchl1cl:ren and three poNt grandchUdren J.-Edward ADen, Robert Bobby" Mc:GOee (Dorothy) of l'hlladelphla. Michael MUte" Jarman or l'bll8del phla, the late Chartes "'Oudcy" Jarmln, Jr. of PhUadelphla, the late AnthoD)' Jarman, and Daryel 1.. Jarman, both ofi'blladelpbla; sister, Pa trida Pat" Landt (William) of PhUadelphla; devoted ClOUiln, DaUey Carter; along with many special cousins from Florlcla, OeorPa New Jeney ud Philadelphia; unclcliJ David AJJen of 1'homuville., ud JM!IIe "Bobby" Allen; aunt, 8ellle Allen ...._, bMt &k!ncl, 'l'en'y Jolm-MRS. IU.J.IE BURTON GIBBONS Mrs. Ullie Burton GibboDII or 4411 North Habana Avenue, paged IIWIIY 11mrsd.ay July 22, ZOlO. Funeral services will be conducted Wednescl.y, July 28, 2:010 at 7 p. m.. at Ray WUllams M .emorial Chapel. 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev erend DwiQ'De K. Gaddis, offici.ating. Interment wiD follow in Hardeman SpriQzfield Baptist Clmrda Oemeteey. Mrs. Gibbons was a native of Lollinille. Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for m er 5{) years. She was bom April 1..4, 1913 to the late Pompie and Mary Johnson Burton. Sbe marri.ed Mr. MUJ'Ta)' Gibbons on March 3. 1934. and they were married 73 years at the time of his death in zooS. Sbe was a member of ML Zion A. M. E. Church. Fair and Hon. e:st Society, Mornin3 Star Society, Zion Wheel Society and Rdia.ble Social Oub. She ...... preceded in death by: ber husband, Marray Gibbons; and sist:ers, Julb Burton, Lula Gibbons aDd MagieMoye. She..,.,_ to c:beri5b her memory: a daughter, Geor&ia MCJY" or Tampa; 2 c:b.ildren reared as if they were her own, Vooetb {Skoocbee) Jamabo or Orlando, Fl., and Robert 11loma5 of o.yton, OH; a brother, lAac BmtoD of Bnmswtc:k, GA; a graDdchild, Aletris Floyd (Eric:, Sr.) or lUnpa; a sl.ster-iD-Iaw, Viola Gibboos of Louisville., GA; a bnJtber-.iJHaw, Rev. AA Hega of a-eDe, NJ; m-, UJ.. lie Kemp, Dorothy Dlane lbokwo and SbaqoeraAcboa., aD of Tampa, Gnde J-of OUland CA., Mary of Adanta, GA., Vbude PlD.bton, llDda Thomas, l.e'rora 1'bomu, Ruthie Gamble, Eva Gibbons, Gibbous, Patricia 'l1tomp.on and Mattie 'lbompeoa, aD ol Loa1svDie., GA, Julla Glbbol., Bernice MeCall and MOJ'C, aD of A...-., GA., Daisy'lbompeoo and RJta n.o.np.on, both of Newark. NJ Lanell Gibbons or Jacboaville, FL, and Betty Gibbons ofltodaeaotet, NY; nephew.. Willie Durell Mo,e, llk:by Thomas, Eric: F10)'d, Jr. and F10)'d, aD of Tampa, __ Gamble, Jolumie n.c-.., lilbel't n--., MeMn 'lboaaaa and Geoqe Glbbona, all of LouisvDie, GA.. 'IODey Ferpson T. J. Fer-a-UICIIJ&noy Gibbons, aD of Atlanta, GA.. WD.D Glbboas, .Johnny Gibbons, o.rr,l lltomp.on and Joeeph Grant, aD of Aupsta, GA.. Rev. Robert Gibbons of Bnmswk:k, GA, and Duren Kltdten of Bartow, GA; devoted ftiead, ONl &twards; lipedal Meads andll!lpPCllt, Mount Zkm A. M. anarch and the ltunllll aDd Clet-tltled N_... "-'stanta at llehabOitatloll ancl Realthcare Oettter. 1be ftm&las wlll ftPOtM! &om s-P. m., .July al, aoao, at a.y Wtmama Funeral a-. 301 N. Howard A--. A.rnuqetnelltll ftltna.tecl to RAY WIU.lAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodelia: Owhen.

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Crime Jurv Convicts Man In Gvro Murder Case WILLIE CHERRY, III ... Killed on April 8, 2008 On Friday afternoon, a jury convicted a 22-year-old man of the murd r of a young Tampa rapper. The Jury reached the v rdict in I than 3 hours. He wa entenced to life without the po sibility of parole. Tyree A. Jenkins, of Pa co County was arrested 3 months after the April 8 2008 murder of Willie Cherry, III. Cherry, who had turned 22 on pril 51h was fatally wound d a h in tervened in the robb ry of his younger brother, Adrian. Adrian Cherry turned 18 on April 91h, the day after the murder. According to poli ce, the Cherry brothers were at the Salem Gyro Restaurant, 4004 E. Hillsborough Avenue, shortly after 3:30 a.m. They had gone out the night before to celebrate their birthdays. Willie Cherry, III, r e portedly observed an unide n tified man robbing his brothe r at gunpoint in the back park ing lot of the business. He in tervened in the robbery and was shot once in the chest. H e died at the scene. An Aspiring Rapper Like so many other young African American men trying to find their niche in life, Cherry was seeking a better life and chose music as a way to find success. He was working with Calvin "Papa Doc" Kendrick, a music producer, whom he had met in 2006. Cherry became the first artist to record under the SouthernCity Entertainment recording label. The first single he recorded, using his own name, was about street life and he named it "Rida." A Tampa Native Cherry attended the pub lic schools of Hillsborough TYREE JENKINS .. Convicted of murder ounty, compl ting e lementary chool at Robl H at o att nd d Franklin and ligh Middl e chool. II gradual d from Middl ton High h I with th I f 2004. Cherry was th o n of th e lat e WiJlie Cherry, Jr., and Ms. Ramona Lawrence. H e wa the oldes t o f tw o on and a daught r Hi family aid h e had r ec ntly b o m e a father and named hi o n (who was I than 3 m onth o ld ). Willie herry, IV. Second Family Tra14cdy Cherry's death was not th e first for the family I lis father. Willie Cherry. Jr .. had died in a similar fashion several years before. According to Sentinel archives, at approximately 3:43a.m, on August 1 1996. Willie Cherry, Jr .. was at the comer of 261h Stre t and 8'h Av nue talkinR to fri ends. After his friend s walked nwny Cherry was sitting in hi truck when an armed gunman approached him. The man fatall y wounded Cherry, and after being s hot, Cherry drove away, but crashed into a curb and traffic sign a few blocks away. Willie Cherry, Jr., wa s 29 at the time of his death. Police arrested Joseph Gerald Jones, who was 21 at the time, and charged him with first-degree murde r and attempted armed robbery. Suspect In Other Murders .Jenkins i s a co -d<'fendant in the murde r of two Wesle y Chapel High School students, identified as Derek Pieper and Raymond Veluz. Hi s co-defendant, Luc PierreCharles was convicted of the double murde r s and sentenced to life in prison la s t year. Man Sought Who Burned Girlfriend With Boiling Grease TRACY ROBINSON Accord in g to th e Hill sborough County Sh eriffs Office on July s th Tracy Robinson, 43, thre w a boilin g p o t of cooking g reas on hi s g irl fri end. The victim s u s t ai ned ever e burn to h e r fac e, chest, arms and h r l egs Deputie said Robinson had an out tanding warrant for felony domestic violence battery by trangulation. A warrant for aggravat d bat t ry with g r I bodily harm w i u d for thi incid nt. Th Hill b orough ounty h riff ffi and urrounding ag nci have n o t located Robinson and are asking for a i tance t o arr t him Anyon with info i a ked t o contac t th e Hill borou g h h riff ffice at nm Teenager Charged Willi AnnedR ben KARLOS \VllSON Temple Terrace Polic arrest d a t !en ag r Thursday after h e all gedly robbed a Metro P Store at gunpoint. Police said Karlos Wilson, 16, was charged am1ed robbery and additional charges are pending. Police said Wilson entered the stor on 56th Street with a gun d emanding money from the clerk. The cl rk reportedly handed over some cash, but Wilson allegedly said it was not enough and ordered the clerk to the rear of the store. When the clerk and Wilson ent e r e d a hackroom po lice sa id th e clerk wrestled the gun away nnd a s hot was fired into the ceiling Wilson received minor in juries in the scuffle and was transported to a local hospital for treatment. The clerk Louis Talavera, 4 1 also received minor injuri es, but did not require trClatnwnt. Police arc continuing to in vestigate the offense. Argument leads To Manslaughter Charge c c.. c r< N """" N McDOUGLAS COOPER, JR. ... Charged with manslaughter A 56yea r-old man di e d as the r e ult of a physical con frontation with another man. The incident took place on July 1 r. According to Tampa Po lice, James Woods, 56, and McDouglas Cooper, Jr., 43, became engaged in an argum nt whil at the Sunoco tor 81 E. ligh A enue. At orne point during the all rcation Cooper is alleged to have pushed Woods, causing him to fall backwards and trike h is head on the pavement. Cooper then l eft the cen police aid. \\ ood wa t ran ported t o a I ca l ho pita! wh re he was admitted with a fractured kull. H e died on un-JAMES WOODS ... Hits head and dies day, July 18'h, of brain injuries caused by the fracture. 0 ...... 0 Following an investigation, police detectives identified Cooper as the person Woods had the altercation with at the store. Police said both men frequented the Sulphur Springs area and are well known in the commu-., nity. Cooper was arrested shortly after midnight on Friday, in the 9000 block of N 30lh Street b y uniformed officers on patrol. He was being held under a $7 soo bond. According to a spokesper-on for the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner' s Office Woods body had not been as igned to a funeral home. r 0 ::D I w m z ::j z m r aJ c r r m ::j z "'0 c aJ Death Threats Against Deputies Taken SeriouslY < BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Threats made against jail detention deputies are not un common. Ho,.,ever. threats made against two deputies re cently i.s being taken e ry seTile threats were l eve led at two deputic..; who are guarding murder suspect Dontae Morris. A spokesman for the jail said the threats were spe cific and violent. The threats w re made in two separate telephone calls made into the jail, police said. Morris has been held at the Hillsborough County Jail s ince he surrendered to police on July 2nd. He has been charged with the deaths of Derek Anderson, 21, Tampa Police Officer David Curtis, 31, and Officer Jeffrey Kocab, 31, at the time of his surrender. Anderson was shot and killed in the K enneth Court Apartment Complex on Ma) 181h. H e i s accused of killing Officers Kocab and Curtis after a traffic stop on June 29'h. The Sh riffs Office also charged him with the ,Juen 81h murder of 25-ycarold Harold Wright. Wright's m ::D < -f c m w c ,.. z c body was discovered on the side of the road at 2003 51st Street, S. shortly after midnight on June 8u'. The cause of death '''as a gunshot wound to the head. Police said the deaths of Anderson and \Vright were apparent attempted robbery. Police said ballistics test conducted by the Florida De-C partment of Law Enforcement determined that the same handgun used to .kill Anderson was also used to .kill the police officers Morris was also charged with 2 counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm, and 3 counts of worthless checks. He is being held without bond at the Hillsborough County Jail. Major Curtis Flowers, of the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said the probe into the threats has become a criminal investigation. He stated that one of the deputies who was threatened is assigned to the pod where Morris is being held, but the other is not. "\<\ e receive threats and all t ypes f allegations on our staff on a regular basis. But we are considering verything as C) being s rious and we're not m taking anything for grnnted." .... U'l

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c a: LL.. c z < c en w ::l 1-> a: w > w c w l: en ::; m ::l Q. z ...J ...J m ...J w z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL.. CD ..,.. w a.; I ... l!!!liJ! d C ass1 1e IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR LEON COUNTY Case No.: 2010-DR-2361 IN RE: The Marriage of: SHARON DUNN, Petitioner/Wife and MAHMOUD ALJAMAL, RespondenUHusband NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: MAHMOUD ALJAMAL Last Known Address / Last Address Of Parties as Man and W ife: 12627 Hollow Stump R oad Tampa. Flor ida 33 637-1011 YOU ARE NOT1FIED that a n ac t ion has been filed against you and tha t y o u are required to serve a copy of your written defenses i f any. t o the action on E dwa r d W. Horan, Esq whose address i s 1020 E Laf ayette S tr eet Suite 102 Tallahassee Florida 32301 Attorne y for the Petitioner, Sharon Dunn on or before August 27 20 1 0 and file the orig i nal with the Leon County Clerk of Court 301 S Monroe Street Leon County Courthouse before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter . tf you fall to do so, a Default may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the Petition. Copies of all court documents In this cau, Including orders, are available at the Office of the Leon County Clerk of Court. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Office of the Leon County C l rk of Court notified of your current address (You may flle Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12 915) Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record with the clerk. W ARNING: Rule 12 285, Florida Family Law Rule s of Procedure requires certain automatic disclosure of d ocuments and Information. Failure to comply can result In sa n ctions, Inc luding dismissal or striking of p leadings. Dated : Jul y 15. 2 010 B O B IN ZER CLE RK OF THE CIRCUIT CO U RT By: AVAN T RA ST ROUD D EPUTY CLE RK THE FLOR I D A SENTI NEL BULLEnN THE VOI CE OF OUR CO M MUNITY FOR O V ER 65 YEARS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION Case No. : 09-27818 ARCH BAY HOLDINGS, LLC SERIES 2009B (Plaintiff} vs. VILMA VALDEZ afkl a VILMA C. VALDEZ and all known parties d a i m ing by thr oug h under and aga i nst the above named D e f endan t who are un known to be dead or a liv e whe t h e r sa1d unknown are persons he irs. devisees g r an t ees orth e r cla i mants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF VILMA VALDEZ a/kl a VILMA C. VALDEZ ; RAYMUNDO VALDEZ a/k/a RAYMUNDO VALDEZ LOPEZ ; TENANT UUNKNOWN TENANT AND TENANT IUUNKNOWNTENANT i n possess i on of the subject rea l property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the F i n a l J udgm enV O rde r e ntered m the abo v e noted case that I will sell th e follow i ng property situated i n H i llsborough C ounty F lori da described as: L ot 3 Cameo Villa s Un i t N o 7 a
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David Nelson Construction Co. is soliciting bids from WBE/MBE subcontractors for a project we are bidding to Hillsborough County Resourc e recovery Facility Scale House Replacement & entrance Road" bidding on 7/30/10@ 2:00 p m. (this bid date is expected to be postponed by Hillsborough County) Subcontractors are asked to have their quotes in to us as early as possible prior to bid time (Fax : (727) 786-8894 ) Drawings and specifications can be reviewed at David Nelson Construction Co . located at 3483 Alternate 19, Palm Harbor FL 34683, and also at the F.W. Dodge and Construction Market Data locations throughout the Tampa Bay' Area, or purchased from DemandStar. EMPLOYMEN HEARING MASTER The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners on November 14, 1996 approved Ordinance 96-35 which provides for the appointment of one or more Phosphate Mining Hearing Masters to conduct hearings & render recommendations regarding applications for phosphate mining including operating permits and vested rights Applicants must have a law degree and license to practice in Florida for three years Applicants cannot hold appointive or elective office or a posl1ion in government in order to serve as a Phosphate Mining Hearing Master This is a personal services contract not to exceed $50.000 per year Please forward resume clearly documenting above qual ifications to: Paula Harvey, Division Director Plann ing & Growth Management P 0 Box 1110 Tampa FL 33601 Resumes must be postmarked no later than August 25 2010. Marketing Manager Tampa, Florida Throaab implemenutioa of iu march-hued Jeunina 10lutioos, AcbieftGJob&l empowas dicnu to saccalfully dcftlop lftd acquire. pow, aod maiD pro6table customen. /u the indalcrf leader, we CW JUW Oftf 400 of the fommc 500. We are aeftioa an aperiaKed MartctiDS pn>(aaoaaJ to bt rapcmaible for: Womnc doeeJy and collaboftdna with thoaab Jadm on coocepa for nucerialt aad pt'OOIOCional cunpaips Camplip aec:ucioo and maoapment Bnndina aad podionina PanDer on aad.oa (lodudina copywridnl) AnaqzinJ tpecific IU)J by c:amf'ldp aDd media dwmel The succ:aafid applicant wiD blft the foUowing: Bachdoi's DqrH In Mtrtcdna or Budnaa S-7 yean experience with integnted multioriveway $800.00/Monthly $500. 001Deposlt Call (813) 518-0621 en c z c "" ll 6 I "' .... ....

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