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c:c c a: 0 ...1 LL. Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area VOL. 65 NO. 98 FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2010 52 PAGES Transplant R cipient Bl ss d To B Aliv SEE PAGE 2 A Couple To iv Sho ToN y Child n SEE PAGE 9-A Stonn Le VIS Hom own r D vastat d SEE PAGE 8-A African Proverb The child who doe s not listen to his f a ther nev e r grows old. nso ve ur er as om aitinu or nswers SEE PAGE 3-A ANNUAL SCHOLA R SHI P AN D A CHIE V E M E N T AWA RDS LUN CHEO N HELD Recently members of the community gathered at the Crowne Plaza Tampa We:t shore for the Second Annual Scholarship and Achievement Awards Lunch eon The event wa s held on July 24th and hosted by the Tampa Alumni Guide Right Foun dation. Kappa Alpha P si Fraternity, Inc., sponsored the event. Dr. Paulette C Walker National First VIce Presld nt Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc d llv red the keynot e address. Graduating seniors who w re honor d for their c d mic compllshments and pre sen ted scholarships at th lunch on w r : Hakim H nd rs on David Claypool, Jared Burgess Darin Underwood Arm nl Humb rt Nick Felder, and Pari s Thomas (Photography by BRUNSON)

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National MinorittJ Donor Datf 0 C") :::> ..., Brandon Man Feels Blessed To Be Alive 0 a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter August 1 s t i s National Minority Don o r Day and an opportunity t o e n courage African Americans, Hi s panics Asian s and other multi-cultural people to exercise their choice to save a life th e lif e of a neighbor, child, fri e nd or eve n some one in their immediate family, by sharing their decision to become an organ donor In 2000, Perry Johnson was living in Akron, Ohio working as a high school track coach. I've always been an athl ete. I was a college All American and spent an exhibition season with the C hi cago Bulls. When I didn t tion that can ca use deadly inflammation of th e h ea rt mu scles. "After the diagnosis, m y lif e c hanged dramatically. As an athle t e, I was try in g t o work h a rd a nd s t ay in s hape, but the heart problem wouldn't a llow m e to work out lik e I wanted to." "My f a ther h ad one of th e original pace m a kers, and when I was born I was told I h a d a h ea rt murmur, but I'd grow out of it." make the squad, I started c teaching and p laying in an a: over-40 league." While playing in the over Z 40 league, Johnson passed < out unexpectedly during a game. As it turned out, that C was the first of many sympffi toms that l ed to a diagnosi of cardiomyopathya condi-Johnson suffe r e d two heart attacks while working for the Boy Scouts Of America. He also spent three months in a hospital in Cleveland before moving to Tampa. He spent four month in Tampa General Ho spital and had a pacemak e r in s t alled. MWhen I was first t old I had a heart problem, I was in denial. I just didn't want to accept what I was being told." > a: w > w Q w :z: (/) ::; m :::> Q. Practicing f_aw In: On March 26, 2006, Johnson received a heart transplant, thank to the genero ity of hi 18-year-old Criminal Defense Family Law Personal lnjuf) z Allome & C01mselor At Lm Wi= Cypress Point fficc Parlt _, 10014 Dale Mabry uitc 101 _, Tampa, A rida 33618 Fa : ( 813 960-0641 '9 l'llolliriilaotla..,.. .... """"" __ .... __ .. -' -.siOidy odon BcluH JW ._. .. 10 "'wd w JWfte-lllt..-...---z w (/) C! a:: 0 _, LL N w Lo ation 1/2 East Henry Ave. Corn r f N bra k H nry rday, July 31,2010 2 P.M. -4 P.M. With li a & onv r tion R fr shm nts Pr vid d 813-394-6363 DARK SECRETS YOUR PASTOR WON'T REVEAL CRIME PAYS FORBIDDEN SEX SATAN & FRIENDS THE DEADLIEST S I N PO TCS RE CO AUTHOR JAKE POW LL, JR. Pun h l P \om < Of)\ Joci,J\ At \1\'\Vw.d.td'"''' n tpuhli"hing.< on1 WW\V.fl,u k .... c ( H'l"'t''PO"tfl. ( CUll wife, Diane, for helping me get through it. If you have faith in God, you know things will work out. This certainly strengthened me spiritually." Johnson said today he's in great shape, 64 years old, and enjoying spending time with his eight children "I feel I'm a blessed man. All of my children are dear to me, along with my grandchildren and great-grandchildren. God has a mission for me, and that's why lim still here. Perry Johnson and his wife. Diane. "Anything I can do to promote organ donation. I will, and my message is, you can't take it to heaven with you, so leave it so you can help someone else." donor, Raphael Ortiz. Ortiz suffered a brain aneurysm while lifting weights and his mother immediately wanted him to be an organ donor. Johnson said the process of finding the perfect match took some time "It started in Ohio and when I came to Florida, I pent a lot of time in the hospital before I got the call that a match had been found" "Now, I just hope this 4Dyear-old body can keep up with my 18-year-old heart .. Johnson said he's met Raphael's family and described the experience as awesome. "I met them in Miami, and it was an emotional experience for all of us. They've invited me to join them in Puerto Rico this summer." "I really owe a lot to my Johnson said he's looking forward to attending the induction ceremony of his late brother, Gus Johnson, into the NBA Hall of Fame on August 12th. Gus Johnson, who passed away in 1986 from brain cancer, was a member of the Washington Bullets' world championship team. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Aorida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10 000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care .. FREE Prohlsslol Sill'lliCIII Personalized Service -Support and He p from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work No Recovery, No fee Investigators -H there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Phannacy Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fal Pedesbian I -dents, Loss Wa Wrongful Death And More p tty Local: 813-495 3702 Toll Fr : 1-866 2-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A W-=-..,..

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:a eatures o D-e-la_v_s_D_ec-i-si_o_n Future Of Historic Downtown Buildings Answers 2 Years After Murder BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During the mid and early 1960s African American citi zens throughout th e co unty held demonstrations to op pose discrimination and un fair treatment. One of the methods used as a means of protest was sit-ins held at lunch counters that refused to serve Blacks. During that time, several high school, college students, ministers, and community activists took part in sit ins. In Tampa, the downtown Tampa Woolworth's Department Store was historical protests held during the na tional Civil Rights Movement. During the years that fol lowed, citizens interested in preserving the history of earlier eras were successful in having the Kress Building designated as a local histori cal landmark. However, the Woolworths Building and the J. J. New berry Building never received historic landmark designa tions. The owners at the time resisted the movement. On Thursday, members of City Council discussed the issue and decided to continue the discission until the Au gust 261b meeting. An agreement made be tween the City of Tampa and WOOLWORTH SIT-IN (1960 Sentinel Photo) the owner was to preserve the (front) of the two buildings as opposed to hav ing them designated as his toric markers. City Attorney Chip Fletcher informed Council members that an agreement was reached in 2005 between the City of Tampa and therespective owner(s) of the buildings. The terms of that agreement were to preserve the front of the buildings and that the other portions could be demolished and devel oped. Attorney Fletcher also informed the Council that their vote would either allow th e buildings to be demol i s h e d in their entirety or con tinue to preserv e th e fronts. Councilwoman Gwen Miller said she couldn't understand how the Kress Building received the historic landmark designation and not Woolworth's where the actual sit ins took place. Councilwoman Yvonne Capin suggested a historic marker be placed on the site or photos of the sit-ins be posted in the lobby of the new building. Chairman Thomas Scott stated that more infor mation needed to be obtained and that the decision be delayed. rm supportive of us trying to preserve the history of the Civil Rights Movement that took place if there is a way we can do it I hope we can do it without the total demolition of the building." Council members can only vote for or against the issue. However, the Administration must renegotiate with the owners on how to preserve the history of that building, he said. Renaming 01 East Tampa llbrarv Proposed During it regular meeting on Thursday, City Cou ncil Chairman Thomas Scott re quested that City Council send a letter of support to a movement to rename an East Tampa library. Council members agreement that while they have no authority to change the name, it could send a letter to members of the Hillsborough County Board of Commssioners s uggesting the name change. Counci l members approved without discussion sending the letter requesting that the College HiJl Library be re named in honor of the late Mr. CyrU Blythe Andrews, Jr. Mr.Andrews,79,apopular businessman, journalist, and Chairman of the Board of MR. C. BL Yl1fE ANDREWS, JR. the Florida Sentinel Bulletin newspaper, died on Jan uary 12'", following an illness. The College Hill Public Li brary came into existence in July 1989, when a temporary headquarters was created at the intersection of N. 26'" Street and E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd. Ground was broken for the new stru cture in June 1993, and th e building opened on February 24, 1994, at its current location. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Two years ago as many mothers were preparing to send their children off to col lege, one mother was plan ning to bury her only child. The murder of the 17-year-old remains unsolved in Tampa Police Department's files. It was during the early morning hours of July 27, 2008, that Levi Dixon, Jr., was shot and z 0 :a 6

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ditorial (") FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN goo d working relationship be-(USPS 202) :::l 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248 tween th e two s hould occur. ..., Published Every Tuesday and Friday By All participant s sho uld b e FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., f h b Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) re e to put t eJr concerns e O and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc . New York. fore the body. There must b e a: C 1990 94 CP Tlmelnternational fr ee a nd open disc ussions a nd u. POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: no one s h ould get offended. Florida Sentinel Bullet i n P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Blacks And POli-Ce Once problem s are presented Periodical Postage P a i d At Tampa, F L and discussed parties should w w Andrews N d A M t b e free to defend or criticize 1874-1931 (1919) ee ee IOU whatever is laid before the par-c Blythe Andrew s 1901n (1945) ties. c Blythe Andrews, Jr. Th e r ece nt s hooting of two gether to engage in some talk All parties should be willing 19 (1977} Tampa polic e officers has and some actions designed to to compromise in an effort to s KAY ANDREWS. PUBUSHER clearly d e mon strated that a bring about a better working get rid of the misunderstand-c BLYTliE ANDREWS IU, PRESIDEHTICOHmOUER poor r e l ations hip s till exist b erelationship between the Black ings, the disagreements, poll-GWEN HAYES, EDITOR twee n th e Tampa Poli ce Decommunity and the depart-cies that are outdated, and IRIS HOlTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATlON MANAGER p a rtm ent and the Black ment. most importantly attitudes BETTY DAWKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR co mmunity The group should include that are no longer acceptable TOYNETTA C08B, PROOUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIAED MANAGER was a call for a summit becommunity activists, commuThis is a very timely and imtween memb ers of the two nity leaders street level police portant article. It is tragic Both Edtions: S87.oo-Per YNr Boch Editions. gro up s. offi cers, leaders of the police when anyone gets killed. It is Opi-oiona IJiniMd on tcllorlll ol '* MWIPII* by CcUrWIII Ot a.-Wlier1. th d I ed ffi ials ctonot-'f ,.._., .. Two ings we all must acepartment, e ect o c really tragic when two police Countv Mavor Defeated Once Again Whatever the prognos i s of Hillsborough County's c County Mayor concept, the thing and aU its glory has a: been put back in the freez. e r packed with ice and LL wrapped for safe-keeping until 2012. We would like to send condolences to the supporters < of a County Mayor concept. However, we are not used to > being hypocritical. So, the best we can say is major supporter and local lawyer Mary Stiles did, indeed, fight a CJ) noble battle to keep hope alive," so to speak. Time and W again, she would remind a nyon e who would listen, that the Hillsborough County voters clamored for an oppor > tunlty to let the world know how they f e lt about having a ffi County mayor. > However, at the e leventhhour, when i ndications were W overwhelming that county mayor supporters would not get petition s ignatures needed. someone threw in the :I: towel. Will they return? You can bet supporters \\'ill be back. CD But as for now, Hillsborough County continues to be :::l stuck with its current kind of government. What type of 0.. government might that be? We call it a democratic govZ ernment with all its zits, foibles and repres ntative con-_, _, :::l CD _, w z w sensus. Extra Countv Commission Seats For Whomil 0 0.( If you can get ther the Hlllsborough County Charter Review Board is holding a public hearing, Friday at a: 9AM, on whether to expand the number of County ComO mission seats from seven to nine. It seems, the suggestion to expand the numb r of County seats was the idea of a prom1nent m mber of th Hispanic community, citing th suppos d fact that no Hispanic had ever served on HUlsborough County Commission (Sylvia Rodriguez Kimble except d). Th refore, increasing the number of commiBSioners would supposedly bring about a district with a large enough number of Latinos voters to insure e lection of omeone with Hispanic heritage. The Latino community is and shall continu e to be our friend and ally in all things progressive and political. So, we initially understood and supported Hi panic efforts to add extra county seats In order t o e l ct someon of Hispanic h erita.g But when we were Inform d th lat County Commissioner Sylvia Rodrigu z Kimb II did not qualify because s h e was not simply Hispanic, but was Black, we were forced to fall back on a time-worn Spanishlanguage question, "?Y tu abu Ia, donde ta?" Translated, it means, "And your grandmother, where did s h e come from (what color was s he)?" Most often, the answers are "My grandmother comes from Africa. She is Black! Thus, until the Hispanic:: community can d cid who is and who Is not Latin Hispanic:: (based on skin-color), we say, "Leave the number of County Commission seats a..,..,. preaeat number of sev en." We m ean no disreJat _....-we crave I clariflc::adon. cept. Th e first is that Blacks are and th e Mayor of the city officers are shot down and both human beings and United Th ese folks will form the summembers of the Black commuStatcs cit i7.cns who a r en t mit designed to figur e out the nity almost feel it is an occa-about t o lea\' e this country. problem a nd co m e up with sion to celebrate and a need to The seco nd thing th at we all some so lution s. defend the alleged killer. must accept is that th e Tampa P artic ipants will be required That tells me that there Police Department serves a to leave th ei r egos, their shoulneeds to be some work done in valuab le purpose and we all der ships, militant conduct, the area of Blacks and police need the police their d isrespec t their ranks relationships. Somebody needs With those two key factors and their intent to be a detrito listen and to take some acaccepted and laid on the table, m e nt to the summit rather tions. If not, things will only a group needs t o be brought tothan a help. Once this is done, get worse. While The Black communnv Slept R ntly, I had a co n versa ti n with an individual I gr atl ad mire beam e h e peaks h r mind and doesn't are a wit wh o likes it o r n ot. lt'sallthesam toh r.Andthe oth e r da s h e said th e ity of Tampa d owntow n and across town, was rupting with issues. 1 list ned intently while he said what sh aid. Said he, How n anyon talk about anything 1 outsid ofTampa with all of the politica.l action going on or about to go on, in this community?" 1 stared at the phone re c iver and wanted very much to confess. But the one qu s tion 1 was afraid to a sk, for fear m y fri nd might think me eve n more of an idiot was "WHAT OMMUNTY ISSUES COULD YOU POSSIBLY BE TALKING Of course, w in th Bla c k ommunity know full well what m y good friend wa talk ing about. n of th things s h was r ferring to wa what was s up posed to b e a knock down drag out bout b tween incumb e n t ounty Commis-ioner Kevin White and for-m r tat enator Les Miller. H oweve r thus far what was upposed to be a screamer h as turned out to be a ya wn e r. Kevin White belea guered battered but still glib with quip bas perhap wisel y refused to step into the spotl ight with hi s contender "Les Lesley Miller, who many believed once had his wagon tethered to a national political star. Indeed the bout between the two has simm red into bantering and an occasional ign napping. Peopl are abuzz about th restrain d way Mill r is approaching what many predicted would b a slam-dunk for h im. Mind you this is in spit of a third candidate, a man tall of stature, though short on recog nition who has stepp d into th ra ns a "Johnetta co m -lat ly. Y t what many voters are saying, Black as well as white and Hi pani i s HUM I" No doubt, do not understand what's at stake, in a County Commission race that might well establish who \\ill either be king or king maker for the nex1: four to eight yea rs in Hillsborough County. Now that the idea of County Mayor bas been trashed (perhaps for another ten years) all eyes return to the power seven-seats on the second floor of County Center. Who shall rule? Will it be Kevin Les Miller or Valerie Goddard, the ew Kid-on the Count y block? An inquiring world wants to know! But seemingly many would -be v-oters in the Black Community simply don t care. Did I say BLACK OTERS? Did I say DON'T CARE? Yes you beard me. I'm talking about ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE! I am calling you out! During this time when everyone and his mother is lining up to run for Mayor of Tampa and during such time when two or three poopl are going to decid who rules Hill borough unty one would think Black voters would be girding for an ea y vi tory But no war hoops are heard from the Bla k rum unit). What hear are snores! Yes m.y fri nd i rrect. Man a tree i fulling in the forests rough o unty But for th th u nd of u who still asl p it' s ju t :moth r qui t m roing. pyright 201 Th 1 Man Speaks!

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ocal T.H.A. Relocates Fire Victims BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Delores Newsome said Saturday, July 24111, i s a day she 'II nev e r forg et. It w as th e da y a fir e sent h e r running from h e r apartment with h e r 18-month-old ni ece s till in s ide Thanks to Fir efighter Eric Stokes, h e r niece, Makayla, was save d a nd i s doing fine Newsome said what s he remembers of that day is she was sleeping when s he answered a knock on her door. "It was my next-door neighbor asking for a fire extinguisher. I saw some smoke, but thought nothing of it so I gave them the extinguisher and went back to sleep. "The next thing I know someone was pulling at my windows. I laid back down again and as I was dozing off I heard a loud pop. I jumped up to hear people outs ide telling me to get out. the build ing was on fire." Newsome said including herself, there were 8 people in the apartment at the tim e. Some of the kids from th e apartment where the fire started bad climbed through a window of her apartment to get away from the fire. "When we bad to get out, I started putting the children out thro 'ugb a window. Most of them were from next door. We were all downstairs, and I thought Makayla was already outside. When I realized she wasn't, I went to one of the firemen and told him. He immediately went inside the apartment and got her." Newsome said she thanks God that everyone is alright. "When my si ter got the news ab ut the fir she was breaking her neck trying to get there. She just kept praying Makayla was alright. She was so scared and shaking. We both were." New orne said everything was lost in the fire. he also said it's b en suggested she moved to the Robles Park Pub lic Housing Complex, but she's afraid to live there for fear of her family' safety. "111 go anywhere they send me, but I won't go there. I just can't put my family in danger. W e've all come to far." Tampa Hou ing Authority Pub11c Relation s Director, Lil lian Stringer, said according to Ms. New om 'slea h e has five children, and it's diffi cult finding accommodations for a family that size in public housing. We told her Robl es, because that's all we have available for her family. If s h doesn't want to goth r th n s h e's fre to go wher v r s h wants to, but we don't hav anything e lse to offer her In public housing that s uitabl e in size." According to T.H .A., 9 adult s and 17 children w e r e di s plac e d b y th e fir e All hav e b ee n r e lo ca t e d to other T H .A. prope rti es, exce pt tw o with S ec tion 8 vouchers. On e o f those r e loc a t e d Raelynn Brim, i s th e moth e r of five children, and i s con cerned that h e r n ew apartme nt m ay not hav e a ir co nditioning MMy c hildr e n have asthma, so it' s important that I hav e air conditioning. I lost my win dow units in the fire. I'm try ing to get them to push through my Section 8." Porn Harper, the mothe r of an 8-year-o ld, said s he's being r e lo cate d to South Tampa. I don't have transporta tion and livin g out there will mak e it difficult for m e to get to work. It' s just me and m y son, Tyler, and all I need is a two bedroom unit. I'd like to stay in West Tampa, because I'd still be able to get to work. Reynold Lubain, 46, speaks very little English, but through an interpreter, said although he does have medical needs. He has an appointment with a doctor next week, and that will be taken care of. He also said he has no family in the area, but a lot of close friends, and they are trying to help him. He' s being relocated to the Robles Park complex. Ms. Corine Banks, an elderly resident, will be relo cating to the Bethune Hi-Rise. Her daughter, Veronl said she wishes her mother would move in with h r. h 's be n living th r about 4 years. I' tried tog t h r to mov in with m but sh will ha no part of it. h ys I live out too far and sh won't be abl tog t around. "They ar going to I t h r go back inside her apartm nt to see she can g t som things that weren't d troy; d in the fire Her social work r i help Ing her, and we'r trying to exactly what she n d We know she n furnitu V roni said h n she went to th n to mak sur her moth r was alright, sh aw a lot of angry p opl "They had lo t v rythlng th y ownd and r ups t. They were ups t abou t how th fir tart d and w ren't one rn d about moving on with th lr llv or th fact th y, along with th lr hildren, had s urviv d." ther r s ld nts who liv d on th ground floor of th units w r allow d to go back lnsid to recover som items. T.H.A. will ass ss th n -d s o f a h family, and ordinat donation a n d ontributi n Donors and r s ld nts s hould ontact T.H.A. at (813) 253-0551, xt, 104. Fire urvivors Raelynn Brim, h e r children, and Rolshawn Grier, their father. Fire Victims And Their Children This is a listing of the victims of a fire Saturday at the orth Boulevard Homes Public Housing Complex. Listed are the parents and their children. It should also be noted that all of the children 5 years or older are in need of back-to-school unifonns.lt should also be noted that the parents are also in need of clothing and other products. RAELYNN BRIM: 7 -year-old male 4-year-old male, 3-year-old female, 2-year-old male, and 7-month-old female PORN HARPER, 8-year-old male DELORES NEWSOME: 13-year-old female, 12-year-old male, to-year-old male, 6-year-old male, and s-year-oJd male. REGINA JORDAN: 7-year-old male and a 2-year-old female. SOILB PIERRE, 26-year-old male and female twins GEL JOBNSO : to-year-old female, 7-year-old female, s-year-old female, and a 3-year-old female. M Corin Banks an elderly resident, Constance Bryant, who is caring for atl}-year-old. and Reynold Lubain 46, w re also fire victims. & PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT lAW c.. c: w 0 r-0 :D I en m z ::j z m r-m c: rr-!!I z

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ftlgeSix 0 Trial Over, Mom Can FinaiiV Talk About Her Murdered s on a: LL. BY IRIS B H OLTON Sentinel City Editor Ms. Ramona Lawrence ha s waited for the judicia l system to work. Last w eek, she receive d h e r wish whe n a jury convicted a 22-year-old man for th e murd e r of h e r son. Th e conviction was th e final c hapt er in a dram a th a t h a d playe d out over th e las t two years. Last Friday Ms. Lawrence was in th e courtroon wh e n Tyree Jenkins wa se n tenced to lif e without p arole for the murder of her son, Willie Cherry, III. Jenkins, 22, wa also sentenced to 25 years for the armed robbery of h e r other son, Adrian Cherry. M Lawrenc said h e ha forgiven Tyree >-Jenkins for taking th e lif e of her son and she' glad the trial is over and s h e can u.. mo e on. I forgave him, I C bad to forgive him. Now, h e and his family have a process >-they must go throu gh for a lifetime. en Ms. Lawrence said she didn t think about any of the t-what ifs while waiting th e it four hours for the jury verw diet. She said the evidence proved th e police had arrest ed the right perso n Sh e i s sat i sfied. The Murder Durin g th e early mornin g hours of April 8, 2008, Willie Cherry, III, a nd his brother, Adrian Cherry, were a t th e Gyros Sandwich Shop, corn r of N. 40th tr et and E. Hillsborough Avenue. Willie Cherry, III, had turn d 22 on April sth a nd Adrian' 1 th birthday was the followin g day on April" 9th. Th e broth e r s h a d gone out to ce l ebra te and sto pped at the ea t ery At orne point, Adrian Cherry wa confronted by an armed u p ct and wh n hi brother o rved the rob b ry in progres h int r v n e d The usp ct hot Cherry once in th e c h e t b efore fleein g the scene. Cherry died at th e cene. Three months after the murder, police arre ted Tyree Jenkin a nativ e of Pasco County. H e wa charged with th e murd e r a weD as th e armed robbery of Adrian Cherry. Detectiv John Columbia and Cbarle WILLIE CHERRY, m .. Killed on April 8 20o8 Ma ucci were the Tampa Police detectiv assigned to th ca e. M Donna Wil n wa ign d from the Victim's A s i stance Program. Ms. Lawrence said, lbe det ec ti ve did an excellent job in capturing him and in supporting m e and m y fami-1 I just want to thank them for bein g there f o r th e entire two years." .... w ::t: en ::l m ::l 0.. z ...J ...J ::l m ..:. w z w en C a: 0 ...J LL. Automobile Accidents All Serious Injury Claims Wrongful Death Nursing Home Abuse Medical Malpractice Slip & Falls County. He graduated from Middleton High School with the class of 2005. His mother said he had enrolled at Hill sborough Community College in 2007 as a Busi n ess major. H e wanted to own hi s own business. Cherry began working at th e Museum of Science and Indu s try while in 9th grade and remained there until his senior year in school. H e then obtained employment with Fed-Ex and worked there for 2 years before moving on to Cardinal Health where he was a stoc kman. The son of late Willie Cherry, Jr., and Ms. Lawrence, Cherry was the oldest of two son s and a daughter. Hi s son, Willie Cherry, IV was 3 months old at the time of his death. He was a fun child, a happy c hild and everyone knew him. It' s just tragic that he gave his life saving his brother." Ms. Lawrence said her son enjoyed rapping, but that was only a hobby. Faith Is Source Of Her Strength 'rm a child of God and He bas walked with me through this whole two-year process.. If ou just walk with Him H e' walk with you through all paths. He not good he' just awesome," she said. Ms. Lawrence, who is a member of Exciting Central Tampa Bapti s t Church said her faith in God didn t begin with the death of her son. It was the last in a series of tragedies. In September 2006, her mother, Mrs. Geraldine Lawrence, died. The next yea r and in the same month, she lost both her boyfriend Robert "Cuban Bobby" Leonard, who had helped her raise her children, and her grandmother, Mrs. Carrie McKinley. And, just seven months later, her first born child was murdered. Ms. Lawrence views those tragedies as a test of faith and she realizes, she sai d "I can't do anything but walk God. God is real and I just thank Him every morn ing when He wakes me up each morning ." Ms. Lawrence said no one trul y understands what she had gone through unless they, themselves, have walked the same path. "I want to start a non-profit agency to help parents like myself. i'ou do breakdown from time to time and yo u need someone who can undertand what yo u 're going through." 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Local :o Organization KicksOH Back To School Computer Program BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ralph Smith. Founder a n d CEO o f T h e Compute r i\! e nt o r s G r o u p. In c.. sa i d th e ' D i g i ta l D i v id e" h as n o t been sol ved and i s r emains a bar rie r t o so mt' l owin co m e fam ili es. "T h e U S. Ce n s u s Bureau C u r r e nt Popul atio n Smv-ey r e p o rt s tha t 31.1% o f the 119 milli o n famili es wh o r es p onde d did n o t h ave a compute r \t ith Int e rn e t access in th e ir h o m es. Thi s c r eates a huge disad va nt age f o r c hil dre n in those f a mili es and m a k es it ve r y d iffi c utl f o r th e m t o co m pe t e w ith class m a t es a n d eventually w h e n they e nt e r the w o rkforce." In a n e ff o rt t o all evia t e this s ituati o n Compute r Mentors will provid e computers t o 300 l owin co m e f a mil ies in T ampa as p a .rt o f it s 2 0 1 0 BackT o Sc hool Compute r Ini tiative. The init iative is till i n the plan ni n g s t age but Smith said som e of t h e famili es will be cho en from the organiza t ion's. Tampa HELP Pro gram. The program allow s fam ilies without computers access to the Internet to appl y for public assistance and employment. Smith further state d that he is in the process of dete r iming who wi!J receive the compute r Howeve r th ey will be distn'buted during the Annual Technology Bowl on October 23m. The famili es wm be notified prior to the distribution of the computers. Compute r Training High school student will have the opportunity to obtain computers by entering the organization' s Youth Computer Certification & Ownership Program. Students ages 14 through 18 will attend a 2 -hour class once a week. The program is designed in two 3-montb phases. At th end of the first phase, the youngsters keep the computers they have built. After com p leting the second phase, they can move to the advanced phase and remain with the program u n ti l graduation from h i gh school. Smith said Computer Mento r s dep e nds o n donation s from corporation s a n d other o r ga n izatio n s t o p r ovide techno l ogy t o l owin co m e famili es He said Compu ter Mentors, Inc., will a lso implemen t a program i n middl e sch oo l s this year for th e first tim H is currently seeking commu nity partners to get that program underway. Easily man age your cas h flo w wit h a full suite of on line business banking servi ces SunTrust can help you spend less managing mone y while giving you more control over it. With a few ctfcks you can track cash now In real time, transfer funds between buslnes.s and personal accounts and even manage payroll online free1nt you to focus on your bus i ness. Visit a nearby branch, call 877.450.1529 or go to suntrust.com/bustness. Recfp1ent o f nine Gre nw1ch Exc lienee Awards I ncludin g Overall Ban k l n a Sa tisfaction and Treuury Management Overall Satfsfactton SUNTRusr Cash Ffnanctne Solutions Retfr ment Solutions Lf w Solid Bank Sotfd SunTrus t Bank M mb o r FDIC Cl2 010 Sun Trus t Banks, In c Suniru s t and L l v S o li d Bank Solid o r f d ra lly r gi s t rod s tvico mar f Sunn-ust BankS, In c ., c OJ r-C/) :I: m c m < m :0 -< c m C/) c ,. z c :!! c

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C\1 0 M ::::> """l c a: LL Storm Damage leaves Homeowner Devastated B Y LEON B. C R EWS Se ntin e l Staff Writer Helen Swinde ll was rais e d in h e r famil/s hom e at 3202 Columbu s Driv e. Sh e said th e ho u se belonged to h e r grandparents. and wa s handed down to her pare nt s. When her fath e r 's h ealth statie d failing, s h e moved in to b e his ca r egiver, and wh e n h e passed in 2007, th e h o u se fell into her hands. Ms. Swindell said th e house was n o t in gr eat shape and n ee d e d so m e repairs. Howeve r, due to h e r limit e d income (disability), s h e was not able to get the work done. On Wednes day, Ms. Swind ell ex p e rienc e d a n other etback in her efforts, c thanks to Mother Nature. Sea: vere storm s passed through LL the area and l eft a lot of dame z age Unfortunately, M < Swindell's house and ve hicl e weren't spared. C My daughte r h a d t o b a t ffi work at 3 p.m. and I had dropped h e r off and r eturned > home. The weather wa ge tffi ting bad on my wa y, and by > the time I got home, it wa reallybad. w "I puJled up behind th hou e, got out of m y van, and :J went inside. My daughter m caJled and wanted me to drop off some drin at her job, and z as soon I w getting up to do that, the tree fell and hit ..J the hou e and m van. What 5 r ally shook m up a th m sound of th windows br ..J w z w 0 ..J LL I sit in my car w h e n I p ull in and lis t e n to Yol anda A dams. But o n thi s particular day I got o ut and w e nt in side. That save d m y life." Ms. Swinde ll said right n ow, s h e n ee d s all the h e lp s h e can get. Th e roof of the house i s damage d and wat e r i s l ea kin g into two of th e b e d room s. '"Rig ht n ow, I consider m yself home l ess b ecause I'v e been t o ld I ca n t stay h e r e. I h ave n ow h e r e e lse t o go, a nd I don't hav e the financ es t o liv e anywhere e lse o r ge t th e tree r e mo ved and the roof fixed." Ms. Swindell and h e r daughter, Crystal Smith will continue t o live in the house and pray that someone will s t e p forward a nd h e lp th e m in th ir time of n eed. Abundant Life Non-denominationa l Ch u rch 4125NI uStrMIW. Tempe, Florida 33607 ( 813 ) a75-90n www.abundantNfeonRne .com Wkly Gatherings Sunday SChool. 9 : 30A M Morning 'MJrship: 11: 00A M Teen Night: Tuesday, 7 P M 9 P M Blbl lnstltut : 'Niidnelday 7 : 30P M lnterceuory Prayer : M onday-Friday, 6 : 00A M Corporate Prayer: 111 & 3"' Friday, 7 :30 P M "'have COrM ttm they might hevtllfe ... mort A IUNDANTL.-rn at. John 1 0 :10 HELEN SWINDELL repairs. Funds Available To Expand libraries Hillsborough County Com missiOn Chairman, Ken Hagan made a motion to use $ 9-4 million to expand three area librari es. Bloomingdal e, Upper Tampa Ba y and Jimmie B. Keel libraries have been slated for expansion, and Hagan also wants to speed up construction of the new Robert B. Saunders Library on Nebraska A venue. Ann Porter, one of several people who were advo cates to replace and upgrade the library, said she's thrilled and very pleased. 'Tm happy the Board of county Commissioners approved our request for the renovation and expansion of the library. It' s a great tribute and benefit to our community as we move and grow along with the very diverse community of Tampa and Hillsborough County. Ms. Porter said she saw the need and joined Fred Hearns in helping to get the project done. Ms. Porter was the first President of the Tampa Branch AACP and also of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Branch AACP. rent director 0 partment of V ternn fairs and a fortn r na candidate, 1 tin 2 to K th rin H rri

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Couple Donates Shoes To Children, Homeless BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For several years, one Tampa Podiatrist has practiced his profession in his native city. Now, he has established a charity in an effort to give back to the community that has served him well Earlier this month, Dr. Paul Sheehy and his wife, Debra, established the Sheehy Foundation. One of the first official efforts to benefit the community will be held on Saturday, July 31st, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Boys & Girls Club, 1218 E. Kay Street. The annual health fair is being sponsored by St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. Dr. and MM.i. Paul (Debra) heehy will don t dren and th home! on turday. Known as the "Kicks 4 Kids" Program, the shoes will be distributed during the health fair to students who complete a school physical and who have a need. The students must be accompaniC;d by a parent or guardian. Mrs. Sheehy said they will provide between so and 75 pairs of new shoes to the students. She further stated that while this is the first official event since the inception of the foundation, they have donated shoes to students during health fairs sponsored by the Boys & Girls Clubs for the last two years. Additionally, the couple provides shoes to the home less during the Thanksgiving holiday. They partner with Metropolitan Ministries to accomplish this goal. Because of his profession, Dr. Sheehy knows the importance of children wearing good shoes. He wiD also provide free ankle and foot screenings during the health fair. The son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Paul (Mary) Sheehy, Dr. Sheehy graduated from Tampa Catholic High School. He earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, lllinois. He completed his residency at the Tuskegee V. A. Medical & eMess die! ugust 5-7, 20 0 7th 10 a.m. Luncheon at the ton Garden Terrace Info: (813) 241-69 19 or Center in Tuskegee, and a surgical fellowship at the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Science and his laser training at Wenske Laser Center, both in Chicago, lllinois. He is married to Mrs. Debra Grady Sheehy and the father of one son, Paul, Ill, who is a student at Morehouse CoOege. House ethics committee on Thursday accused veteran Rep. Charles Jlan&el of 13 violations of House rules involving alleged financial wrongdoing and harming the credJ'bility of Congress. credibility is what's at stak here; the very credibility of the House itself before the American said Rep. Mike McCaul, the ranking Republican on a subcommittee that will hold a trial like hearing on th e charg es again s t Rangel. McCaul at the subcommittee's first m ting. which heard the charges against Rangel, a 20-term Democrat from New York running for r -election this year. Rangel was not required to attend and did not showup. According to the charges, Rangel allegedly failed to report more than $6oo,ooo on financial disclosure reports and improperly solicited funds for a project he supported at the City College of New York. The committee also alleged that Rangel improperly used a rent-subsidiz d apartment as a campaign office and failed to pay taxes on a home in the Dominican R epublic. NCNW Sponsors BUs 2 !< Trip To 'Holv land' w 0 1\) 0 ..... 0 MS. JOSEPHINE TOWNSEND Education Committee Chairperson ofNCNW BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor When people think of the Holy Land, they travel to the country of Israel and visiting the land where Christ traveled However, there is a place in Central Florida that repli cates the land. On Saturday, August 21St, members of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) will host their first Annual visit to the Holy Land Experience in Orlando. Those visiting the site will have the opportunity to enter an exact replica of the Garden Tomb where the body of Jesus was buried The trip is being sponsored by the Education Committee of the Tampa Metro Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Ms. Josephine Townaend, Chairperson of the Education Committee said this is the first time that the organization has made the trip. However, they plan to make it an annual event. 'We believe that this will be a positive experience. This replica offers a breathtaking representation of the Temple of the Great King. We would like to share this experience with others who would like to visit this location, but were runable to because of tra,.ns-portation. c The exhibit offers a visual of > the ancient land where Jesus m walked spreading the word of Z Christianity. It also encompasses some of the many m places mentioned in the Bible t;"' that chronicled His experi-ence in that region while on J= earth before the Crucifixion. m The exhibit also provides a replica of the tomb where Jesusi body was placed before His resurrection. Ms. Townsend said the organization feels the visit will offer a different experience for both its members and the community in general. Anyone interested in obtaining additional information about the tour should conblct Ms. ToWD8elld at (813) 857-8283, or Ms. Gloria Davis at (813) 239-1827.

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E Local N Tampa Spons Authoritv Board Elects New Officers u. The Tampa Sports Authori ty Board of Directors h e ld their annual reorganization meeting on Tuesday. Each year the board e lects the officers for the following yea r This year's governi n g board will consist of Frank Debose, Chairman; Tony Muniz, Vice Chairman, and Randy Lawson, Secretary / Treasurer. Debose wa s appointe d t o the boa rd fiv e year a g o b y Mayor Pam Iorio, and sa id hi s primary foc u s will b e th e three go lf cour es th e p o rt autho ri ty oper a t es '"I want to get R ogers Park FRANK D EBOSE ... Chairman ofTSA Board the cours e performing well. The financia1 aspects haven't been as I 0 expected. We have orne a: plans for Rogers Park, espe cially gettin g players to use wwe al s o hav e a long his t o ry with the Tampa Bay Buccanee r s prac tice fac ility, and the r e arc some issues that mus t be re solve d The i ss u es has be n ong oin g f o r 4 y ears and I w ant it z < -----------------------------------------. 0 (/) w ::> .... > a: w > w 0 w l: (/) ::::; m ::> tl. z _, _, :::;) m ...:, w z w (/) C HouseOfNe Hope, Inc. "Transitional Living for a New Beginning Present 2nd Annual reer Healthcsre Life Slcllls Expo Aw. rene Event "Building A Better Me" Together we can build steppt119-stones that cr e succes5 and oppomm' fa every teen mother Date : August 14 2010 Place: Children's Board of HilLsborough County (1002 E Palm Ave Tampa Fl. 33605 ) Time: 10:00 a.m.-2:30 p m. Admission: Free ThM CMNr Helthcare Lit. Sldl,. Event wllllndu
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Local Promoter New local OJ Savs Career National Marketing Is Now 'Strictlv Business' 1'\) Director For 'Good Times' For almost t wo d eca d es, have to know what yo u 're COREY CURRY Corey Curry, entertainment promoter and product marketer in the area for more tha n 1 3 years bas been named th n w National Mark ting Director for Good Tim U LL Good Tim i a national t o bacco comp ny th t is w ll known in ove r 36 tat and Alberta Canada as the n w leader in the Cigarilo and Blunt Wrap industry. Curry attended Tampa Catholic High chool and gra d uated from J effe r o n Hi g h School. H e lat e r a tt e nded M orebead State U niv rsity t o pla y running back for curr nt N w Y ork Jet coach, Rex Ryan. and graduated with a Bach 1 r Degree in Busi n e Administra -ntation. Derek "Doc D Dixon h as doing. I've partnered with oth-bc e n th e mo s t so u g ht afte r OJ e r s doing promotions but b e ing in th e area. He's wo rk e d with a OJ is what I do." virtu ally every promoter in th e Doc D said be's happy the city, and knows w h a t it takes t o p eople at the Caribbean Hut draw people in s ide a club and r ecog nized his energy and felt make ur they a r e properly en-their club was the right fit for tertained. him. Recent vent s h ave changed I found out about the Doc D' m i n and now he 's Caribbean Hut when I was complet l y fo us d on moving working a party that moved to forward and giving the people another location. And this op-wha t they want portunity fell in my lap. Now, I can't be surrounded by con-I'm in a bigger room and every-tr ersy from outside forces thing is accommodating. The I'v been doing this too long to DOC 0 food is free and cooked on the "Derek Dixon" allow that to happen. premises, and the drink spe-M Right now, I'm a t a new loca cials are decent." t ion on Friday nigh and b bow me what it takes to run a Doc D is trying to get another r li m it' trictl busin I club nd to always put the peo-nomination for the Southern 0 I I'm a t h m and I ha n t pi first and gi them what Entertainment Awards in the felt lik that in long tim : tb want. As long as people categories of Slept On DJ and > D id h tired of th feel appreciated, they will come Old School DJ tn litics in th industry and back. To ote for Doc D go online wants to pull on his roo t o re-Doc D can no\! be found on at southementwards.comfbal-::::::1 tum clu to where they used to Friday nigh at the Caribbean lot/nominate. be. Hut, 4139 East Busch Boule'"Just getting the nomination r;-vard, ac from Mel H o t would be an hono r for me. It aJ Alth ugh his mark tis playing for old r adul he said bein v rsalil h e'll play for other roup. 1 will u tltat playing for g wn fol challen n ou would mean I ve been recog nized twice nationall y as a..top OJ. c: r r m ::::::1 z Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (81.3) 'V 24 8-0724. or em.ailed 5j lcrews@fl.sentineLcom.. r u; :I: m 0 m < m :u -< c: m tn 0 > z 0 :0 0

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0 c; Local .. .. Black Journalists Association Announces 2010 ScholarshiP Contest o: BY LEON B. CREWS U.. Sentinel Staff Writer The Tampa Hay Assoc iation of Black .Journalists are ann o uncing tlwir :lo 10 Sdwlars hip contest. This year, TBABJ will he h a nding out $5.000 to deserving students of co lor who are pursuing a de gree in journalism. Because of th e growing demand. the organization will give away its fir s t scholarship to graduate journalism students thi s yea r for $1.000. In addition, two undergraduate students will receive scholarships of $1,ooo each, and one underg raduate student will re ceive a $2,ooo scholarship. Kevin Graham, Scholar-ship Chairman and Vice Pre s> ident of Print for the TBAB.J, said h e s honored to enter his 0: third year as chairman. U.. MWe've seen a lot of applicants over the years so we < know students are being exposed to a career in journalC C/) KEVIN GRAHAM ism Many of th e m already h ave th e talent and skills, but need to be fine tuned Journal i s m is a multi-media enterpris e and in volves so many different aspects. It' s defi nit e l y more than just print media and yo u need to hav e a lot of skills in different areas. -Graham studied journalism at the University of South Florida, and said he fell in lov e with journalism as a 16-year old. I find this ('are e r to he fas('inating. I don't always ag r ee with the way some journalists apply their c raft, but I s till l ove it. .. Graham said it is th eir d e sire to e mpower yo ung journalists of color to join the rank s of th e working press. "P lea se encourage high school sen ior s, undergraduate and graduate students of color to apply for this scholarship by September 10, 2010. Applica tions must be postmarked by that date to be considered. Scholarship winners will be announced this year during TBAB.J's Griot Drum Awards Ceremony that will be held November 18, 2010 at the Dr Blaise F. Alfano Conference and Banquet Center, 11606 McKinley Drive. Students currently enrolled in college or graduating high school seniors are encouraged to apply. Contact Kevin Graham at (813) 857-4096. Wt-----------------------------------------------------------------------::1 > a: w > w c w C/) ...J m ::1 CL z w ...J ...J Has Moved To 50th & Sligh Ph: (813) 447-5712 EarlvVoUng Dates Set For Primarv Elecdon On Monday, August 9th early \"Oling \\ill begin and "ill <'nd on Snturday August 21st. for th e Pri mary Elections in Hill sborough County Tiu Primary Election "ill take place on Tuesday Augus t 26th. I > In The Spotlight ASHLEY This '''eek' s spotlight feature is Ashley. This young lady was gracious enough to allow us to feature her. Ashley is dynamic in her personality, and has a very engaging smile. She' s always full of energy and mature enough to put things in perspective when it comes to her friends and how she spends her free time. Ashley has dreams and aspirations of being very successful in the future, and she' s determined enough to not allow anything to stand in her way. \\ e appreciate and congratulate Ashley as this week s potlight feature. If you're interested ln being in the Beauty nlimited or Spotlight. pi send your information and photo, including a contact own-beT to:jj hnson flse.ntinel.com Fourteen locat ion which will allow \-"Oting o n Saturdays, has been d esig nated as Early Voting sites. In addition to \>oting at th e CoWJty Cmttt-r.'ome;-Kl'ru Bh-d. 26th Floor in ______ Creative Braids PnMcllag A "2 Dey'" llnl!iding C:.tir.c.tion c:our. (State Ce1lfiecl Ronda) Get Started Today! Ill Start A Braiding Business ... Make Your OWn career. ... Make Great Money .... And Buid Ycu futl.l'e!!!! 813-389-5644 Tampa. from 9 a.m. to 5 p m.; th e Robert 1... Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N. Falkenburg Road. 9 a.m. to 5 p m., a.nd the Plant City, City HaU. 302 W Reynolds Street, Plant City, from 9 a m to 5 p.m.; \'Olen can also cast ballots at several of the libraries. Th l ocati n are: Blooming dal R egio nal Publi Library 1906 Bloom ingd I A"-enue, alrico from 1 0 a. m to 6 p m ; lie Hill Brnn Library 26 E. r M 1... King, Jr., 81"-d. from 10 a m to p m.; Jan Kamini Platt R gional Library, 3910 South Man hattan. from 1 0 a m to p m ; Jimmi B K R egi n a l Ubmry, 2902 W 8 rss Avenu from 10 a m to 6 p m.; and ew Tampa R gio n a l Librnry 10001 ross k Blvd., from 10 a.m to 6 p m Additional libraries are: Riverview Branch Librnry 10509 Riverview Dr., Riverview from to a.m to 6 p.m.; SouthShore Re giona l Library 1 5816 Beth Shields Way, Ruskin, from 10 a m to 6 p.m.; Temple Terrace Public Library :zo:z Bullard Parkway Tem pie Terrace, from 10 a m to 6 p m.; Town 'N Country Regional Public Library, 76o6 Paula Dr Ste. 120, from 10 a m to 6 p .m.; West Tampa Branch Library 2312 W Union Street from 10 a m to 6 p m.; and the Upper Tampa Bay Regional Public Library, 11211 Cou ntrywa. y Blvd Blvd ., from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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or------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 a: LL 0 z c( SP-orts World Adult Kickball Association Comes To Tampa The World Adult Kickball Association was founded in 1998 in Washington, D C and has spread to more than 30 states as well as interna tionally in London and Iraq. The WAKA has opened a club in Tampa, the Florida Bayshore Division and they play on Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the Police Athletic Park on West Diana. The rules of kickball are similar to other base sports, only easier and open to all skill levels. The W AKA plays with 11 fielders, 5 innings, 2 base coaches, bouncics, no head shots, one base on an overthrow, forced outs, no ghost m e n and bunting is allowed so get a good catcher on your team. There must be both male and female players on the field at all times. The average player is in his/her mid-twenties or 6o+. The WAKA championship game is held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada. For more information on this new league, call (601) 953-7225 and speak to Courtney Silvagni. NFL Won't Discipline Michael lick Vick spoke at length to commissioner Roger Goodell over the phone about the latest incident and Vick's progress during the investigation sources said. 0 (f) w ::) t> a: w > w 0 w :I: (f) The NFL has informed quarterMic:hael Vick that he will not be disciplined in the wake of the shooting at his ffi birthday pa.rty in...,Virginia tn Beach last month. a: Goodell implored Vick to make better decisions and warned him to take more care in how he conducts hi s personal lif e. Vick said Monday that he cried thl' shooting afte r hi s birthday bas h but n o t because h e had done an)1 hing wrong. Tht> ouarterback said he cried because b e had )&L.people down by putting -self in situation h e now know s he s hould hav e avoided. 01--------------------------------------..J LL t:atex Flat White Paint #204 .............. $35.00 /5 Gal. lhterior Semi Gloss White #14 ..... $14.90 I Gal. a eack 9" Roller ...................................... $1.50 J!' Paint Brushes ....................................... 99 Eac LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Uncle: Wrlghfs BodvFound In Memphis LORENZEN WRJGHT MEMPHIS, Tenn. Relatives and friends of Lorenzen Wright gathered Wednesday and grieved for the former NBA player who has been missing for 10 days. Wright's uncle, Curtis Wright, said that police called the player's father, Herb Wright, on Wednesday afternoon with the news he had died Remembering Lorenzen Wright In the NBA, sometimes the simplest acts of kindness can seem extraordinary. Former Clippers strength and condit ioning coach Johnny Doyle remembers what Lorenzen Wright did for him Sgt. Alyssa Macon-Moore of the Memphis Police Department said that police were investigating the death of an unidentified man beside a wooded area about 15 miles sou th of downtown Memphis. A ked if the man was Wright. she wrote rh ey could not confinn the victim' identity Wednesday night. But Thursday. the Commercial Appeal o f M e mphi s cited law e nforcem e nt sources confirm ing the man was Wright. The family issued a s tatement Wright, Camella Logan: .. Lorenzen's famil y has come together to mourn hi s loss and honor his legacy We appreci ate your thoughts. prayers and condolences as they are comforting at this very difficult time Additionally w e ask that you please respect our privacy as we try to cope "';th his sud den loss. Wrl&ht's mother Deborah Marion, arrived at the scene Wednesday night with a hand ful of family members. She crossed the crime scene tape and tried to talk to police when she was told to move back. She sat in a 'IV van before returning to the tape. Two officers then let her through The distraught Marion then started running down the road toward the crime scene before being stopped by an officer. She spoke with officers and then walked back to the van and pas t reporters without spea king The 34-year-old Wright was last seen .July 18 when h e was expec t e d to fly out of town His fnmil y filed a missing person report July 22. Wright pla ye d 13 yea rs in the NDA. T.O., Benuals Agree To Deal Before campStans CINCINNATI -The B engals reached a contract agreem ent with receive r Terrell Owens on Tuesday. He's expected to report to training camp in a day or two and sign a one-year deal that will pay him $2 million with a chance for an additional $2 million in bonuses. The Bengals were his first choice, giving him a chance to team with close friend Chad Ochocinco, who has already dubbed the pair Batman and Robin. The TERRELL OWENS Bengals made an offer on Monday, and Owens accepted a day later. Andre Dawson Inducted In Baseball Hall Of Fame ANDRE DAWSON COOPERSTOWN, New York -Andre Dawson, who endured 12 knee surgeries to forge an impressive 21-year major league career, was inducted Sunday into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, becoming just the 203rd player in the game's long history to receive the honor. -rhank you for welcoming this rookie to your team" said Dawson, who played for a decade in Montreal before signing with the Chicago Cubs as a free agent. "It's an honor beyond words. I didn't play this game with this goal in mind, but rm living proof that if you love this game, the game will love you back. I am proof that any young person who can hear my voice right now can be standing here as I am. The 56-ye&M>ld Dawson took the podium as Cubs and Expos fans roared their approval and began his speech by tbanldn& his loyal fans from both cities.

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Sports Jack Tatum Dies From Hean Anack JACK TATUM COLUMBU OH -Jack Tatum wa one of th h a rd es t hitter in th NFL. a Pr o B ow l af ty who intimid a t ed oppo in g pl aye r with bonejarring tackle that h e lp d make hi Oakland Raide r s one of tough e t team of it e r a H e' al o a player who will a lwa y b e tied to one of the ga m e' mo t trag i c moment s a hit in a pre ea o n game that left ew England Patriot r ceiv r Darryl Stingley paralyzed from th n eck down. Tatum died Tuesda y at age 6 1 in an Oakland hospital. The cause was a massi v e heart attack, according to frie nd a nd form e r Ohio Stat e t eammate John Hicks. Tatum h ad battl e d diabe t es and other health pro bl e m s for yea r s, Hicks aiel. Th colli ion with Stingley happened Aug. 1 2, 1978, at Oak land Coliseum. Stingley wa s c uttin g in side when h e lunge d for a pas which f e ll incomple t e. Bearing down at full peed from th opp osi t e dir ctio n Tatum m e t Stingley w hil e th e r ec i ve r wa s off ba lance a n d I an i n g f on, ar d tingley crump! d t o the g r ound, hi fourth and fifth v rt eb ra v red O ve r the year Stingley would regain limited u e of hi body, but h e p ent the r e t of hi lif in a n I c t ric wheelchair. H di d in 200 Th r w r n v r words of n lati n or n apology from Tatum. and th two play rs n ver pok aft r th hit. Wolves Trade Sessions To cavaliers DELONTE WEST And RAMON SESSIONS The level ancl Cavaliers comple ted their first postLeBron James personn I m ove on Monday night tradin g tro ubl e d g u a rd Delonte Wes t and point guard S bastian Telfair t o the li nn sota Timbe rwolve s for point guard Ramon Session 7-footer Ryan Hollin and a future :econdround pick. The Cavalie!"S tried t o tart th e ro ter makeo ver by sign ing r tricted free agent point guard K l e Lowry to an off r heet. but the Hou ton Rock t match d it. o they ttl o n ion a quick, pi k-and roll p iali t who p nt Ia t a n ba kin g up rooki J nny F lynn on the wo ful \ o lve a their n e w point guard. Paul Retrains From Denvtnu Trade Interest -"'T1 ::c c wood lev Won't Hold Out D es pit e unhappiness with hi s current contract, Pitt s burgh Stee l e r s Pro Bowl linebacker LaMarr Woodley will s h ow up o n tim e for training camp when playe r s are due to r eport on Frid ay Th e Ste e l e r s r ece ntl y d ec id e d they will not r e n egotiate Woodley's deal before th e s t a rt of th e 2010 seaso n Afte r r ecording 25 sacks th e pas t tw o seasons, Woodley will make $550,000 in th e final yea r of his rooki e contract. Pit tsburg h traditi o n ally d oes n o t negotiate co ntra cts during the seaso n whi c h m eans talks a r n o t expect e d to resum e until 2011 when Woodley is due t o beco m e a free age nt. LAMARR WOODLEY If Woodley, 25 h as another s trong seas on keeping him in Pittsburgh could be expen s i ve. Linebacker Elvis Dumervil of the Denver Br oncos recently se t a new bar for pass rushers b y signing a $61.5 million extension that reportedly includes $43.168 million in guarantees. Claren Taking Classes At Ohio State OLU 1B OH-Ohio tate niversity ays former football tar Maurice Jar tt has been granted reentry to pur ue hi degree after he pent more than three years in pri n hi tate pok man Jim Lyn h ay in a tatement that Jar tt tarted cia on 1 onday after he readmitted by the College of Education and Human E col ogy where he wa origi nally enrolled lar in a statem nt that it i a urreal feelin to be ba k at Ohio and that he d nt want to b a "di traction or nui ance to the foot II team or ot.h r tuden Clarett led the Buck eyes to the 2002 national championship in his only college sea-on. He pleaded guilt in aJ 2006 to aggravated robbery C and carrying a concealed weapon and erved 3-1 / 2 m year in a Toledo pri on C where he took colle e-credit COUIS Come Be a part of the SO's Takeover The Biggest throwblti pany of the year11111 Relive the days of the All Blue Diamond. The otd nita, Boogies And the tounge AU combined In one. August 28, 2010 Doors open at 9pm $10.00 admission Tickets on sale now Drinks as low as -$4.00 CENTRO ASTURIANO 1913 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, Fl 33602 For More Info: (813)244..0930

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0 Entertainment (\1 0 M ::J ""':) 0 cc u. c cc u. c z <( WVclel Jean Considers Running For Presiden t 0 1 Haiti Wyclef Jean is making headlines after announcing that he's considering running for President of his native country of Haiti. The Yele Haiti head ha repo rtedly been considering bid for "pre idency ince 2007 when he was made ambassador-at-large for the c ountry. Now with the 2 10 e l ction o n the horizon and President Rene Preval to eek reelection, Clef aid, I can't ing forev er." Beer Thrown On The Game And His Kids GAME AND SON It seems that someone took The Game's no beef kindness for weakness at a concert in Los Angeles last weekend At a concert, The Game was closing a show and decided to bring his kids on stage to say "Hi. to the fans. After both his children spoke on the mic, The Game tells the fans to enjoy themselves and be safe At thi point a heckler must have thought the love fest was getting too d p, and threw beer on The Game and his kids DiddV To Be Sued BvNYCFor $996,000 DIDDY New York City officials are investigating a number of residents including Sean "Diddy" Comb afte r th ey say they collec tiv e ly owe th e c ity an timated $1.9 billion. Diddy' flagship company, Bad Boy Entertainment, i facing legal actio n for illegally pi tering po ters a round th e city leaving the m with a 996 ooo bill that has reportedly yet to be paid Finance Commi sion e r Da id Frankel i fed up with Didd and the eve ral oth r people that account for the city' billion dollar debt. p k man for Bad B oy h in ce described the bill as a bureaucratic error" and t e ll the that it wa paid b a partner company three years ago but the city hasn't updated the record. A city spokesman said lawyers are reviewing the issue. DMX LOS ANGELES -Rapper DMX s urrendered to a judge Monday to begin serving a 90-day jail s nten e for a 2002 reckJess driving convic tion. DMX, 39, who s e al nam e is Earl Simmons, was origi n all charged with drunk n driving, but those charges were lat r dismissed Court records show DMX was found in violation of his probation in January and was suppo ed to surrende r in Marc h H e didn' t app ar in court and a judge revok d th rapper's $wo,ooo bail. Singer AI Jarreau Hospitalized In France PARIS -Grammy-award winning singer AI Jarreau was in intensive care in a French hospital last week after encountering breathing problems in the Alps that forced him to cancel four concerts. However a note on his official Web site said the 70-year-old Jarreau was in "good spirits" and "looking forward to getting back out on the road." Jarreau fell ill before a concert at a jazz festival in the French mountain town of Barcelonnette, in the southern Alps He was taken to the inten s ive care unit in the city of Gap. Jarreau, who started out in jazz before crossing over ALJARREAU into pop and R&B, canceled two shows in Germany and another in Azerbaijan besides the one in France ; his agent said. Jarreau is one of the few artists to have won Gram.mys in three separate categories jazz, pop and R&B -like Michael Jackson. Judges In c-order Case Under Investigation Two judges who presided o er ew Orlean rapper -lurder trial for the 2002 murder of 16-year-old te e Thorn are now und r investigation. Judg Martha Sa one and Judge Ellen Kovach are being investigated by a secret panel after the office received a cred.ll>le complaint against one of the judges who presided over the controversial case. Although Sassone was the convicting judge in the case, Kovach is being investigated for b r alleged ties to the rap per and for her use of the ruling in the case to gain political favor. In 2003, C-Murd e r was convicted of shooting and killing a 16-year-old during a dispute at a nightclub. TI1e decision was overturned by the Louisiana Supreme Cou rt when it was learned the prosecutors expunged the c riminal backgrounds of vari ous witnesses in an attempt to s trengthen their credibility on C-MUJWER. the stand. At the re-trial in 2009, C-Murder was again convict ed of the shooting, but controversy broke out when a juror Mary Jacob claimed that she voted to convict the rapper after being pressured by a fel low juror. C Murder, who is serving a mandatory life sentence, is currently planning an appeal of the latest ruling on the grounds that the juror in question was forced to convict him and that Kovach's advertisements also pre-v-ented him from receiving a fair trial.

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Entertainment Producer Releasing A New Michael Jackson Album With un-Released Tracks MICHAEL JACKSON AND RODNEY "DARK CHILD" JERKINS Super producer Rodney "Dark Child" Jerkins has revealed that he will be releasing a new Michael Jackson album with new material. In an interview Jerkins revealed that he has a lot of unreleased tracks that he plans on releasing as a tribute to the late great King of Pop. Although it hasn't gained official clearance, Jerkins states that the album will be coming soon. '"You know th ere is a lot of red tape. but it's definitely going to happen." In th e intervi ew Jerkins and Ray J a l so recall e d what it was like working with Michael Jackson. Mit wa a blessing and a dream of min e since I was a kid," Rodney said. "Ever since I was 11-years old, I knew I wanted to be a producer and I knew I wanted to work with him. Jerkins also state tha t Michael played a hu ge rol in t each ing him th e bu in ess and how to publi h his mu sic. Old Spice Guv Mav Not Have Helped Old Spice Aller All .. According to industrywatching site WARC, the ubiquitous campaign for Old Spice body wash, "The Man Your Man Could Smell Likeactually corresponded with below-average sal es: Th e campaign appeared t o be aimed at both women and men (the Old Spice Guy addresses "La di es," but the tagline at the end is smell like a man, man." ) The ads were funny and transcended the viral marketing stigma to become a legitimate hit on blogs and social networks. Surely an entire new generation was introduced to the brand. Laurvn Hill 'ReperCUSSIOnS' LAUllYN HILL A previously unre leased trac k from Lauryn Hill hn s hit th e net. Titled "Rep ercussions", the track is believed to be an out take from 1998's Miseducation of Lauryn Hlll that features th e soulful songstress speaking on the ills of the world. lawsuit Over Rights To Film aPrecious' Senled PRECIOUS LOS ANGELES -Court records show a lawsuit between two film companies over the rights to the film "Precious" has been dismissed. Lionsgate Films and The Weinstein Co. sued each other in February 2009 over rights to the film, which went on to win two awards. Lionsgate Films attorney Matthew Gershman says the case was "amicably resolved" but that be couldn't provide further details. Notice of the dismissal was filed last week in Los Angeles. Precious" is based on the 1996 novel Push: Based on a Nouel by Sapphire." Actress Mo'Niqae and screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher each won Oscar awards, and the film was nominated in four other categories. Prosecutors Ask Judge To Revoke Snipes' Bail OCALA, FL Federal pros ec utor s in Florida have asked a judge to r ev oke the appeal bond of mo v ie star Wesley Snipes. Pro sec utor s want th e judg e to order Snipes to surr e nder and begin serving a threeyear sentence for willfull y failing to file federal income tax returns. An appeals court decided Snipes had received a fair trial and sentence. The motion was filed Wednesday in federal court in Ocala. Snipes, 47, was granted an appellate bond. H e was allowed WESLEY t o r emain free SNIPES after U.S. District Judge William Terrell Hodges imposed a 36-month sentence for the tax-related misdemeanor co nviction s. B'wav To Hold Drive For Sick 'lion King' Kid Star NEW YORK Eleven-yearold actre s Shannon Tavarez should h ave been belting out so n gs in her starring role as Nala in Broadwa y's "'The Lion K"mg." Ins tead the 78-pound actress lay curled on a hospi tal bed as a doctor injected her spine with her first dose of chemotherapy Earlier her doctor had first said, "leukemia. That was when the young star's big acting dreams were overtaken by a bigger one: survival. Shannon will need a bone marrow transplant but 0 hasn' t found :!! the perfect match. cn Her search is m especially daunting z because her mother is m African-American and her father is Hispanic, from the Dominican Republic, making it more difficult time finding good matches.

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0 0 Soa And Horosco 5 (") ::) -, c a: LL c a: LL c z c( c f/) w ::) t-w > w c w J: "' :::i m ::) Q. z ...1 ...1 ::) m ...1 w z z w f/) I a: 0 ...J LL ALL MY CHILDRENGreen l ee is taken to th e police s t ation ; Angie ge ts some s h ocking news ; Na t alie t ells J esse to stop obsessing abo ut David .. J esse ha s reaso n to ce lebrat e; Cal eb confid es in Bianca; Annie tri es to make ame nd s with Mar i ssa AS THE WORLD TURNS -A l e tt e r from Barbara surfaces; Katie e ncourages Henry's negative thoughts. Lucy and Dusty are c a u g ht in an e lectric e mbrace; Abigail returns to Oakdal e for Molly a nd Holden 's w e dding BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFULOliv e r l ea n s on his pal (.Jaso n Cas tro) and Aggie t o h e lp him over hi s rift with llope; Steffy hires l.iam and an l.T. pri v at e i nvestiga tor to h e lp prove her inno ce n ce; St e phanie ope n s up h e r hom e to I l ope and g i ves h e r ad v i ce; Bridg e t s hock s h e r moth er. Ta y lor at1empts t o m e nd Ridg e and St effy's s traint'd relation s hip b y playing m e diat o r ; Brooke i s h ea rtbrok e n to l ea rn th a t I l ope will be liv ing with S t e phanil' ; Oliver s urpri ses I lop e with a privat e p e rformanc e by J aso n Castro serenading her with her favoritt' so ng "Love U n compromise d." T ay lor attempts to mend Rid ge a nd Steffy's straine d re lati o nship by playing m e di a t o r ; Bro ok e i s heartbroken t o l ea rn that I lope will be living with St e phanie: Oliver s urpri ses I l o p e with a private performanc e by .Jaso n Castro se r e n ad in g h e r w ith h e r favo rit e so ng, "L ove Uncompromise d." DAYS OF OUR LfVESB o learns th a t C iar a's treas ur es w e re wallets t aken from I l ope: Brady cha ses after Bak er: Sami t ells Caro lin e how torn s h e is between Rafe and Victor co m es hom e and s tart s drink ing, and Vivian ca lls him o n it. off e rs Sami a sincere proposal; Vivian ac c u ses Carly of trying t o kill Bo; Dr B a k e r gets rea dy t o l eaw town : Vi\ian vows t o find out Carly s o th e r sec rets: Raf e s how s up a t Fay' s plac e of work GENERAL HOSPITALLuck y find s a d ea d body: Patrick t ells Lisa s h e is delu s i o n al ; Sam a nd J aso n make love Dant e mak es a d ec i s ion on whether t o r eturn Jason to P e t onville; Liz a nd Nik are devastated to learn who abducted th e ir baby; Johnny t ells Ethan he has evide n ce agai n s t Sonny. ONE UFE TO LIFER ex s ugg es ts to Blair tha t th ey ge t marri e d right away ; F o rd gets his STD t es t results back ; Brod y pops th e question. Eli pulls a g un o n H a n na h ; Todd t ells Starr that Tea is d)'ing; John puts a plan in motion to prov e hi s hunch about Eli THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Billy won't play family feud: Ph yllis gets some roadside as sistance Chris breaks up a fight between brothers; Sharon t akes a s hot in th e d ark. HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--Broaden your personal mission in life thi s year. To achieve this deepen your spiritual connections. First develop a con t e mpl ative practice th a t relaxes your mind. Then acknowledge insights th a t come to you in that peaceful s t a t e. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-You don't have to feel bound by th e limited thinkin g of o th ers. Break out of the box and apply your own values as you peak logical resolu tion Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) I sola t e yo urself with n partner, if you need. Quiet time is essen tial for clear communication. Budget for household repair e;\:penses. Ubra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) To narrow your focus and g t all t asks acco mpl ished find a secl uded comer. Spend ten minutes figuring out the logic first. Sco1'pio (Oct. 23-Nov. :u)-Give up the idea oftl);ng to pl ease 1!'\'CI)'OD Inst ead, provide for people's ba..'lic need s and resel'\-e additional perks for lat e r Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Sodnlnctivities t nke all of your spare t i m e If you wnnt a moment t o yourself, e l your a larm to minute early. R m ain flexibl<'. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)Y ou fed Sple who don't underst 1md you r ituation. Work ,.,;thin th ose limit s tod ay and plan t o morrow' s strntegy Aquarius (Jan. 2o-Feb. 18) -The w orld seem s more fla t t oday than before. Boredom e ntu ally leads to inspiration. Allow yourself to indulge in m o n o tony or ro utine. Pi (Feb. 19-March 20)Broad e n )'Our f ocu t o include areas n ewly discO\ red pend a littJe to achieve a lot. Don't break the bank in the p rocess Ari (March 21-April 19) Your associa tes line up on tw o opposing teams. At first. it ms all the big guys are on the other side. But your team kn o w s what they re doing. TaUI'US (Apriho-May 20)-Decide to be flexibletod y. You11 be rry ify u 're not. Accept a few barbs to get some beautiful roses. Comprom for su Gemini (May 21...June 21)You may feel boxed in by restrictiv requirements. Follow th rules as much as you can. Bend one, but don't break it Cancer (June 22...July 22) Mystical m Today diffic:nlti melt away, and lmpossibiUti to surround you, and ld coo p m y shift likely. SaltAngelina Jolie (Salt) delivers big time in this action pack e d spy thriller. Must-See! 2"d at box office$36M. (Bud get $11oM)[****] Inception Tell Me I'm Not Dreaming This psycho l ogica l thriller directed by Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight) and starring Leonardo Dicaprio is a classic. No 1 at box office -$143M. (Budget $16oM)[****] The Sorcerer's Apprentice -A Disney fantasy film starring Nico l as Cage. Good special effects Too long (2 hrs/5min) $42M (Budget $ 150M) [***] Despicable Me 2010 best animation over Shrek and Toy Story! Kids and adults will love this movie. No 1 at box office. Made $161M. (Budget-$ 69M) [****] Predators -A fresh storyline makes this particular Predator movie very good. Don t miss it! Made $46M. (Budget -$40M) [****] The Last AirbenderHighly disappointed! Director M. Night Shyamalan could have done a better casting. Made $123M. (Budget-$150M) [**If2] The Twilight Saga: Eclipse -The vampires and were wolves join together to save Bella (Kristen Stewart). For the t ee n fans, don' t miss it! Made $279M. (Budget-$68M) (*** ] Grown Ups -Could have been funnier starring Adam Sandler and Chris Rock. I still enjoyed it! Made $142M. (Budget-$8oM) [***] Knight And Day-Never miss a Tom Cruise movie. You can bet he's going to bring the action. Made $72M (Budget$117M) [**f2] Jonah Hex-This western received bad reviews but I personally e njo yed it. Made $10M. (Budget-$47M) (***] Toy Story 3 -You couldn't get a better send-Qff for Woody, Buzz Lightyear and Co. Andy leaves for oollege and hi mom donates the toys to a daycare. ( 2 hrs. long) Made 3 9M. (Budget-200M) (***lh] Karate KidExcellent feel good I drama starring Will mith son, Jaden, and Jackie Chan. Adults and kids will love thi one. Will and Jada produced the mo"ie. Made $171M. (Budget-40M) [ ** plus some] The A-Team -1980 TV show gets a remake with more action and new stars. Quinton Rampage" Jackson plays Mr. T role as B. A. Baracus" (2 hrs.long) Made ']5M. (Budget 110M) [ ***lh ] Get Him To The Greek -Hilarious comedy about the music industry. Diddy was good in this role. Defiriitel y not for kids. Made 6oM. (Budget-$4oM) [***lh] Killers-A hitman (Ashton Kitcher) falls in love with a carefree computer expert (Katherine Heigl). Comedy / actionpacked Made $45M. (Budget 75 f) [***lh] RATINGS Very G ood 1 Good: A verage Wa1 t For V1deo

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Funerals/Memoriams Aikens MRS. LORENE GOODRICH HART A requiem mass for the repose of the soul of Mrs. Lorene Goodrich Ha.rt ofTampa, who peacefully passed on to her eternal home on Friday, July 23, 2010, wiU be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010, at 10 a.m. at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, 1203 N. Nebraska Ave., Father Hugh Chikawe, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Res t Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Lorene married Samuel Hart on January 1956, and to this union was born two sons, Eric and Mark Hart. She attended St. Peter Claver Catholic School from kindergarten to middle school and then graduated from Middleton High School. She followed her dream to become an educator by graduating from Morgan State College in Baltimore, MD, class of 1948. S h e the n pursued and receiv d her Master' Degree from Teacher's are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME HAPPY BIRTHDAY, l .EE-LEE Gone, hut not forgotten. Each day that passes you are missed. Love always your family. We loV1 d you hut God loved you h t. Gone. hut not forgotten! conev MRS. VIOLA HAMPTON-BROOKS The funeral services for Mrs. Viola Hampton-Brooks will be held Saturday, July c... c 31, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Northside M. B. Church, Rev. Richardo Robinson, pastor, and Pastor Dwight Brown, "TT officiating.lnterment will be rat Rest Haven Memorial g Park Cemetery. c Mrs. Viola Hampton-)> Brooks was born on Decem-CJ) ber 25, 1938, in Hampton, SC, to the union of the late ::::1 Manny Haynes, Jr. and Mary Z m Cochran. 1 She attended school in 0, Hampton County SC. Prior C to moving to Tampa, she met and married Nathan Ramp-m ton Sr. and to that union was born 5 children. "tJ She was preceded in death c by: husband, Nathan Hamp-OJ ton, Sr.; and son Horace Hampton. ::I: She was a member of First m Missionary Baptist Church of 0 Highland Pines until her ill-ness. She leaves to cherish her m JJ < memories: 2 sons, Nathan Hampton, Jr. and Anthony ffi Hampton (Marquita); 3 CJ) daught rs, Doris Jacob C (Rexie), Carla Mitchell ( lichael) and Bennita )> Go"';" (Major); 2 brothers, Arthur Morri (Katie), and Larry Hayn ewark, NY; 4 JJ i ters Gloria Drain C (Joseph), Smok S Ida Hayn Hampton. SC, ancy H yo wark J and Debbie Hayn wark, J grandchildren, 1 great grandchildren. neph and 8 nieces; 3 si ters-inlaw, barlie Walk--er, Sadie Jackson and Barbara Morris; as sisters, Geneva Ellis and Tb lma afford friends, David Edward and Johnnie Blount; nded family the Black family Johnson fam-ily. Dennis family. Hall fam-ily and the ntire D ) uil A enue family; and m ny other sorrowing rei tives and fri nds, too many to m ntion. 1 itation will h ld Fri-d y, July so, 2010, front 5.: p. m. at orthside M. B. burch. Th family will re-ive fri nds from p. m. The fun rat cortege will "tJ form at 3 01 East Deleuil nue, Tamp. m rvi and arrangements by NEY FUNERAL HOM Lakeland, FL )>

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5 Funerals N--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c a: u.. c z < c CJ) w > a: w > w c w CJ) :::; m ::3 Q. z ti -' -' ::3 m -' w z w Jackson MR. CHARLIE GIBSON Mr. Charlie Gibson of3411 E. 33rd Avenue. who passed away in a local hospital July 20. 2010, will be h eld aturday, July 31 2010, at 1 p.m. at New Greater Friendship Missionary Baptis t h :1reh, 3325 E Emma t. Rev. Madison Murray, pastor, Elder David R W atkin Pastor, Re toration Mini tri s World Wide, In ., officiating. lnt rment will b in R s t Rubin; sistc1, Julia M a c Thontas-Winston; cousins, Betty Jhanch, M: u shall Daniels, Sharlene Daniels, Pathcnia Dunicl.s, Eddie (Emthann) Daniels and Alhet Lee Daniels, .JJ : nieces, Dol ctta Gihson, Jonetha Gihson. Pat1icia loo e Vanessa (David) 'Watts, Pamela (C u nm) Lane, Ruby (Cad), Moll, Betty O li ve, Brenda (Johnny) O liver and Dehmuh (Benjamin) Cobh; great nietes, C rystal Rivers, Maquitu Riggins, Shaquita Rig);ins Daniellc Williams, Lawanda (Laronal) Wimbush, urlynn Lane, Valecia Bowles, Norlicia Bowles, Jalissa Bowles, Tatiunu Bowles, Shunequu Bowles, andic Bowles and huquita Thomas; nt g rent ni ce s Kryshnla S tewart, Barryonnie tcphc n s De'Januc J o n c LaRondu \ imbus h and LaWanna Wimbush; n phcws, Noah (Maria) Bowles, Jr. and Garland \ in ton; gr at nephew. Willie John o n Jr., Keon Rigg.in.'i, Rob rt t wart, r ., Jarvi Tolliv r, s hnwn Ray, h arlie Broughton, dri B roughton, Mnuri Broughton, Rubin Broughton, Jam Rog rs, Dontn i Bo' I oah Bo I CJ) __________________________________ ___ < c a: 0 -' u.. <>urI ( an \h .'\..'1 Y' '11 r I 1 n i 1\ ., '\ 1..' 1..' d ., MRS. MARIE BARN HOSLEY ham, Robert Martin (Tiffany), Con ise Graham, III, Tasha Ahmadi, Mariah Robinson; goddaughter, Ashley Stanback; sisten;, Willie Mac Elijah (James), and H elen Stanback; hrother, Horace Barnes, Sr.; s i ster-in-law, Bobbie Gaskin, Addie Harris and Gracie Mae Walke r ; brother-in-law, Raymond Hobley; nieces, Gwendolyn Jones, Gloria Flournoy (Billy), Josephine Morris, Sandra Mask (Monte), Shirley Battle, Mary Mitchell, Irma Lowman, Jackie Smith, Sony a Harpe r Ton y a Graham, Regina Barnes, Patricia Barnes, Gloria Blount, Keona Frazier, Cynthia Wingfield (Earl), Shenekqua Stanback, Jasmine Johnson and Leah Ann Stanback; n ephews William Barnes, Benjie Barnes, Vernon Gaskin, Derric k Graham (Desirea), Horace Barnes, Jr., Mark Barnes, Reginald Barn John Owens ( usan), Raymond Gaskin ( Eurydice) Jam Williams Tony mith (Clarissa), Jo eph Mitchell r. and Frank Mitche ll ; and a host of other relati mith Flowers Lowman, Graham MitchelJ, Stan-back, Orr, Limtom rlton Tillman, Motta, llins Will' J cks n Fmzi Battl Hicks and Motta. r cognition to: Rhud ne Perkins Mary ro Thelma Hill Cherry Graham, Barbara W t, D roth Hall M' Jackie (caretaker) and an array of oth r orrowing family and friends. The re.mains will repose after 5 p m Friday Jut 30 2010, at Ra , Wiams Funeral Home, 301 orth H ward Avenue. n d the famil will recei e fri from 6-7 p.m. Arran. men ntrust:ed to WlL fS F RAL Rhod orthe:rn PRI 10 LFD.813 626-8600 J Cr m tion M mori I Buri I 3822 E. 7th Avenue. Tampa, Florida 33605 Phone Us At !813)248

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I Stone's MRS. IRENE MAE DALlAS A celebration oflife for Mrs. Irene Mae Dallas will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010, at 1 p. m. at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, 4618 N. Florida Avenue, Tampa, Rev. H. D. McFadden, pastor, officiating. Irene Mae Dallas was born in Charleston, South Carolina, to Arthur Bradley and Rosa Lee Anderson Tucker Bouie. She was the second child of eleven children. Irene attended and graduated from the public schools of Hillsborough County. She earned several degrees from various colleges. She was currently attending Everest University, in Criminal Justice. She received Christ at an early age and was an active and faithful member of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. She was married to the late Alfred Dallas. Irene wol-ked for many years in various positions in Tampa, until she became ill. Irene was called from labor to reward on July 19, 2 .010, at 6:45 p. m. at University Community Hospital. Mrs. Irene Mae Dallas was preceded in death by: busband, Alfred DaD ; father, Arthur BradleY; mother, R Lee Anderson Tucker Boule; and sisters, Marcella taten, Theresa Davenport, Betty Ann Bradley and OHvette Bradley. She leav to cherish pr -clou memories: daught r Shantalet Dallas; five brothers, Bobby Lewis, Reginald Lewi (Homestead), Claude Tucker (Fiorita) of Ocala, Willie Tucker of South Carolina, and Anthony TuckerBoule of Tampa; nephews, Cornelius Green (Sharon), Shannon Green, Rubin Jones, Aaron Boule and Daaron Boule; nieces, Sbarama Bradley, LaTashla Green (Abdullah), and Ashonna Tucker; special friend, DeJorls Hester, Rovenia Council (sister-in law), and Patricia Johnson and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repo at Stone's Memorial Fun ral Home, 5016 North 22nd Street, Tampa, on Friday, July 30, 2010, from 6-8 p. m. The family will receiv frlend8 from' 7'p. m. Famlly and friend8 ar ask d to assemble at the chur h at 12:45 p.m. on Saturday, July 31,2010. Arrangements entrust d to tone's Memorial Fun ral Home. "A FANNlE B STONE TRADmONAL SERVICE" MR. JONATHAN LYNCOYER GILCHRIST On Tuesday, July 20, 2010, God found it best to call Mr. Jonathan Lyncoyer Gilchrist of 1806 N. Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, from labor to reward. Homegoing services for Mr. Jonathan Gilchrist will be held on July 31, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 North 22nd Street, Tampa, with Minister Upshaw, officiating. Jonathan was born on February 25, 1954, and was a native of Tampa. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He leaves to cherish his loving and wonderful memories: mother, Lucye ElJison of Boston, MA; father, Jimmy Lee Gilchrist of Tampa; grandmother, Annie Will Up haw; three uncles, Minister Carnell Up haw, Sherman U p haw and Herman Gilchrist: aunt, Minnie Up haw Allen of Tampa: nieces and n ephews. Catherin Chri tophe r of Tampa, Vhian Mathew of Tampa. Charlene Ja on of Georgia, Coleen Upshaw of Tampa, Carol Parham of St. Petersburg. FL. Carver Nett U p haw of Tampa, R na Jade of Tampa. Theodore (Ted) Allen. George Allen, Jr. of Virginia, Justin Upshaw of Tampa, and Fred Sanders of Tampa and a host of cousins and other orrowing reJativ and friends. Th remains will repos at ton 's M morial Fun nl Home, 016 rth lUlo d treet, Tamp on Friday, July 30, :1010, from r-8 p. m Family and frlencb are a ked to as embl at the church at 10:45 a. m. on S turday, July 31 ,2010. In Heu of flowers, please send cards to hls mother, Lucye Flllson, 6216 N. 49th treet, Tamp 33610. Arrang m nts ntrusted to Stone's Memorial Fun ral Home. "A F ANNlE B. STONE TRADmONAL ERVI R" MR. CRAIGSIUPMAN A celebration of life for Mr. Craig Shipman will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010, at 3 p. m. at New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 2511 E. Columbus Drive, Tampa, Dr. Walter James Williams, officiating. Craig wu born in AOJhburn, Georgia. Mr. Shipman wu a carpenter. He loved to fish, play cards and have n good time with his wife, children, grandchildren and friends. He leaves to cherish his lovIng and wonderful memories: Roberta Shipman, Ashburn, GA; children, Anton.io D. Poke, Lorenzo Poke, Allen C. Poke and Craig Poke, all of hburn, GA. and Shemica Poke of Tampa; grandchildren, Abri.anna Poke, Cambnln Taylor and Jocyiah Poke, all of Tampa; isters, Ella (Wayne) Dunbar, Brenda (Robert) Jordan and Unda (Augstnor) Laguerre, all of Tampa, Hattie hipman of A .'ihburn. GA. Barb ra (Mack) Hall of burn, G Emma (Gene) immons of Tampa, and Joyce laney of Orlando; brothers, Gus hipman, Greg hipman and Lorenzo hipm n, all of Tampa, muel Johnson of hburn, G lark hipman of Texas, Wlllie E. Butler, Carl Den-n of Tampa, Billy Gerald Brown and Brown, both of J and Terry Clark of yl er, G ; aunts, na Ward and lazin tealy. both of fonti-llo FL. largaret Brinson of Lak and FL, and nd Mood of Winter Haven, FL: nl Yolanda Graham, Tom1ca hipman Lotasa hlpman, T roa hipman AJ tba 1\forri Robin WU on, Ruby R Laquetta kins and T nigo ff; n ph Blackman Frank Frank n m, nard hlpman. Tony hipman, Ul nard hipman, 0 htpman, rhmiah Gilley and Donal mlth; and a host of ou ins and oth r orrowin.g reJati and frl nd. The remains will repos on Friday July 30, 2010 at Ston 's Memorial Fun raJ Hom 5016 North 21lnd tre t1 Tampa, from 5 p. m. Frl nd8 8.n) uked to a emble t N w Mount Zion Mi ion ary Baptist burch 2511 E. lumbus Drl on aturday, July 31, ao1o, at 11145 p. m. Th repast will b held at 4202 D lueli Avenue, Tampa, hnmedJately following th s rvice. Arrangem nts ntMist d to ton 's M mortal Fun ral Home. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADmONAL ERVlCB" Wilson DEACON RUDOLPH JOHNIE 'RUDY' HILLS A celebration of life for Deacon Rudolph Johnie "Rudy" Hills, who passed away on Wednesday, July 21, 2010, will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010, at 11 a. m. at SpringhiU Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd., Ta.mpa, 33619. Reverend Eugene Garnett will be officiating.. Interment will be made on Monday, August 2, 2010, at u a. m. at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell. FL Deacon Hills was born July 13, 1944. in Tampa, to the late Johnie and Freddie Hllls. He was educated in Hillsborough and Hernando Counties school systems. He continued his education at St. Augustine College in Raleigh, North CarHe worked over 40 years at the same plant under different manag ment: Ge.neral Portland Cement LaFarge and Florida Rock & Vulcan. He retired from Vulcan, where h was a faithful and dedicated work r He was a faithful member of prin.ghiU M onary Baptist Church until his health began to decline. Deacon Hllls was teran of the nited States Army and served honorably until b disc:barge. Deacon Hll 1 to er-ish memori of him: his loving and faithful wife of more than 35 years, Mary Hill loved children Carlton (Ali ) Green; Rudolph, Jr. and eronica; sisters, Loi romoty, nidella Barrow and Unda HUls; broth Alfred ( arab) Hills, Anthony Hills and Rugen tt: stepdaughter, Wanda Ugbtburn 8 grandcltlldren and 5 great grandcltlldren and a b t of ni neph usin and sorrowing friends. Th vi wing will be held from 5 9 p. m. Frld July 30, 2010, at WUson Funeral Hom sooo 29th t, Tampa, and from1ou a. m., Saturday. July 31 2010, at Springhill MJ ionary Baptist burch. Friends are asked to ..ssem hie at th church at approxi mately 10145 a. m., Saturday. "AWl N R www. wilsonfuneralhome.com MR. SYLVESTER BURGESs Homegoing celebration for Mr. Sylvester Burgess of Tampa, will be held Saturday, July 31, 2010, at 2:30p.m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 E. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd, Tampa, 33619, with the pastor, Reverend Eugene Garnett, Officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Sylvester Burgess began f! his life in Tampa, on April17, 0 1941. He was born to the ::0 union of Alfred, Sr. and Josephine Burgess. He was en educated in the Hillsborough m County Schools, graduating Z in the class of 196o from Mid-::::1 dletoo High School He was employed by rReynolds Aluminum fur more Q:, than 30 years yet combined this with his passion for home construction and real estate investment. z Sylvester leaves to treasure his memory and to anticipate a heavenly reunion with: his CD wife, Gwendolyn; histwochil-C dren Carlton and Michael. (Sheila) three grandchil-m dren, Michael Lamar Ivjr and 0 11da five brothers, Willie, AI-m fred, Jr., Eugene (Samantha) David and Ulysses Hogan :n (Judy); brothers-in-law -< Rudolph Otis, Jerome, Jerry and Chris Thomas; iskr-in-m Ia Jeanette Thomas,-WJlSh-CJ) ingtoo, DC; aunts, Willa, WUliams Orange, J and. -< Ruth B Detroit, Ml; first cousins, Ronald Burgess, Z Lynn Burg -Holmes Cyn-C th.ia Jaoo Carl Debbie, Janet and John williams 6 Cornelius., Willie Lee,_ )lo Jr. Burgess, ae Brooks. -< Georse, Sr:and Clyde Burgess Rathe.-Stewart, Slunuel Burgess and an Burgess; niec:es and neph ws Mary Ann Haynes, Sabrina Ore& Rounn lQm Jeffrey JellJlifu a)man hi y Dimarco Blain Dewayne, Ronald and evin Burgess, Ernie L Ailed and Ul.Ylsses H gan dren Sonia .J. Juan c:Ki.e, tefah cl Al-bert Brown al fri Earl Glymph and family Eddi B. William and family Marilyn tv and Marlon William ; and a host of other relati and fri ds. Th wiD be a viewing from 5-9 p.m. and th family will receiv friends from 6-p. m., Frid.Y July so 2010, at WU on Fun ra1 Hom 3000 N. 29th S t, 'l'atnpa. Fri nels are ked to -ble at th church at approki-mately 2:15 p. m., fil "A WI ON R: h) www.wil ;,.. fun ralhom

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Crime -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c Five People Arrested In Burularv, Theft Ring KATHLEEN MAHONEY TRAVIS BOWLES two vehicles that were ROD ROBlLLARD Accordin g to r ports, an a l e rt was issu d Monday for UNCLE SANDY ALL R AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY ( 8131 892-8193 Or Email: callr1ckywllllams@gmall.com Available 24 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation RICKY E WILLIAMS Man Sentenced For Selling Crack Near School ANIWAN RYAlS On Tuesday, Antwan Roshaud Ryals, 25, was sente n ce d to 15-1/2 years in federal pri on for distributing crack cocaine within 1,000 f ee t of P a lm River E lementary chool. The court found that Ryals wa a career offender and sentenced him according} It ordered that Ryal erve 8 years on supervi ed released after he complet his prison cntence. Ryal pleaded guilty April 29, 2010. nin p ing r u ing animal for th purpo of anhnal fighting, fighting ani mal H \ a al charg d with owning property for llni mal fighting and marijuana po i n J nkin is b i n g h l d und r a bond of 45 ooo. SupportTh Florid S ntinel Adverti er Sexual Banerv Suspect Arrested On July 22, 2010 at 6:30 p.m., Tampa Police report that Jonathan Williams, 26, rode his bicycle to the bus stop at Rowlette Park near Sligh Avenue. Polic e said Williams sat next to a woman on the bus stop as if h e was waiting for the bus. He allegedly pointed a handgun at the woman, demanding money. She told him she had no money and tried to hand him her ATM card. Police said Williams told the victim he did not want her ATM card and aJJegedly told her to perform a sex act. Th e victim's bus pulled up to the stop and police said Williams concealed the firearm, still pointing it at the victim, and waved the bus on. H e then reportedly bad the victim perform the sex act. The case was in estigated by ex crimes detectives. The JONATHAN WILUAMS Major Crimes Bureau's Fugitive Apprehension Unit and the U.S. Marshals located an address for Williams and he was arrested without inci dent Williams was charged with attempted armed robbery, armed kidnapping, and armed sexual battery. He is being held without bond. c.. c:: Col 0 0 ...... 0 r------------------------------------------Officer Fatallv Shoots CEOinPa (/) m z ::j z An undercover officer hot and killed an Atlanta mao Frida after he propositioned the officer in a gay pick-up area and became combativ-e. Farr ymon, 48 v fatally bot in the che t in rk' Bmnch Brook Park after a plainclothe officer r port d that the man approached him while masturbating. The unid n tified officer says wh n he pulled ut his badge and told ymon he wa under arrest; h hoved th officer t o th ground ran and thr atened to kill him if he approached. E sex ounty Pro ecutor Rob rt D. Laurino ays that the E of redit nion of Atlanta was combative to the officer ho had returned ANKRUPTCY m r-DEFARRA GAYMON 1 aJ c:: r r-z m < m to the park to retrieve hand-cuffs he dropped during a pre--f c:: m (/) vious arrest. Th family of Gaymon has released a mtement saying W know that the police killed an innocent man, with no history of or di po ition toward violence." c )> z c :D c Stop Fonc:foMre & Cncllton .._ __ Itt R L TAT FAMILY LAW

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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY,JULY30 2010 B PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA ... 44th U.S. President Wear Obama Attire On Aug 4th. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On W ed n es d ay, A u g u t 4 th President Barack Obama, will ce l ebra t e hi s 49th b irthday A s the firs t African American president in the history o f this country President Obama has bee n the t a r get of continuing attacks In an effort to s h o w solidarity and support f o r th e presi d e nt, c iti ze n s thro u g h o ut th e country will w ea r m e m o r abil i a fr o m h is campa i g n o r r ed, wh it e, and blu e Some readers shared th ei r comments about showi n g support for President Obama on hi s birthday Dr. Sam Wright sai d t don t h ave a n y p a r a ph ernalia s o I must ge t a rib bo n o r t wo to s h o w m y support! President Obama i s doi n g his best t o fulfill h i s ca m paig n promi s es a nd I s t a n d b e hin d T e nd e r Lovin g C a r e ( T. L. C ), a grandparents support group, hos t e d its annua l Youth Awar e n ess Day r e cent l y a t th e Carv e r City Lin c oln G ard e n s Civi c Ass o cia tion Th e eve nt featur e d art s a nd c raft s for th e younge r youth with games and face p a intin g Th e old e r youth w e r e e nt e r taine d by th e T ampa Poli ce D epartme nt who g ave a pre s e ntation on th e ir K9 do gs A USF s tud ent d emonstrat e d P o w e r Point t echnology The Childre n's Home Inc presente d inform a tion o n fos-1. r cnr c T h o uth p a r f i ipa t d w ith .so n g.'l, pn m r a din g a nd s t e p danc i n g him 10096. Atty. Clinton Pari said "Pre ldent Barack Obama rep resents muc h m o r e tha n t h e Offi ce o f th e Pre s i d ent o f the n i t c d S ta tes. H e rep rese n t s wh a t i s possibl e i n life, and we a ll. r egardless of our p rese nt con diti o n s o r th e s it ua t i o n s in lif e w e fin d ourselves at a nv moment, should strive t o ac hi e ve w h a t ev e r it is i n l if e we aspi re to be F o r thi s reason m y family and office "'ill c e l ebrat e h i s birthday and e l ectio n. n o t jus t th is yea r o r w h i l e h e is in offi ce but eve r y yea r M s Ann J nkins said. y I will be supporti n g our P res id e nt of th nit cd S t a t es o f Am ri a o n h is b irthday. H d ese rv es t o be p ra i s ed h e i s doing a w ond 'rful job I k n ow t hat it seems like w e a re not r eaping b e n fil s. but w e a r e "\-e mus t r e m embe r tha t A c oo rdin a t o r f ro m th Florid a Kjns hip c nt r s po k e a bout th e import a n ce of s um m e r r e ading n nd gave b ook s to th e y o uth A pla nn e d nutt i t io n a l m e nu w a s d o n a t e d b y Bonnie James. The g r and p a r nts who pl anne d and attend d the ev nt w r e : Sylvia Darby, Earlene Cohen, Mary Neal, Gladys Henderson, Troylin Mills, Chairperson; Helen Davis, Secretary; Barbara Edwards. l.aShnwnn .Jones nnd fnmily Munka nuncnn, Shnniln .Janu. ... n nd family R o m e wa s n t built in a d ay, and n eithe r will President Obama b e a bl e t o fix the proble m s tha t wer e l e ft b e hind for him t o fix in a day So everyone should support him o n hi s birthd ay. I will h ave on m y tshirt, m y ca p and m y Obama w a t c h o n A u g u s t 4th. H appy B irthday M r P res id e nt. James Ransom said "Yes I Will. President Obama is d e monstrating amazing lea drrsh tp in th e face o f complex adve r si ty and challenges. I b cl iew th a t h e i s cu rrently o n a p ath o f b eing o n e o f the greatest U S P reside nts and Wo rld Lea d e rs of all ti m e. we all h oul d cel e b ra t e h is birthday I will w ea r o n e o f h1s cnmpa 1 g n bu tt ons m celebra ti o n o f his birthday. H a pp y birthday." in a d a n ce Mr P reside nt.Presidcnt Obama' s In a u gura ti o n w a the fir s t I h a v e a tt ended. and h e is th e firs t P resi d e nt tlt a t I h a '-e m e t o r h en n ea r I w ill support \\ i th th e good and b a d !-Howard Harris sai d. l11 c h ombcr o f ommercc s p ends m illio n / week t o dcf at Pr ident Obama's age nd a Des pit thi s i n j u s t a year and a half. h e has u -cessf u ll y gotte n throu g h Con gress : A s t i mulu!' p a ck age providing tax cuts to the mid dle cl ass and fixing our ro a d s and bridges; Health care r e form providing care for all; credit card reform which did awa y with the s mall print; 4) student loan reform; 5) fair pay for women; 6) Nuclear weapons agreement with Russia r educing the number o f weapons ; 8) Wall Stree t r e f orm; and 9) extending u nemployment insura nce a m ong man y other accom plis h me n ts. Ad di tionaUy our Presid e nt won the Nobe l P eace Prize. I will knock on doors b etwee n now and Novemb e r to e ncoura g e all to go to the p o ll s to send President Obama h e lp p Ms. Gloria McNair ai d I will eithe r wear m y Oba m a t ee h irt \vtth him and his fa m il y o n t h e front o r wear r e d w h i t e and b l u e attire in support of our Presid e nt. Carl Warren Sr., sai d b e l ie ve this a gre a t idea for s h owing o li darit y for President Barack Obama. I \\ ill w ear o n e o f my t -shirts o n t hat day. I b eliev e if t h e so-calle d T P a rty-partici pants ca n s h o w t heir s ol id ari w hen opportuni t y arises. supporte r s o f President Barack Obama can sho w our support when a special occasion such as this arises." "I will certai nl y wear a lot of m y campaign shirts, hats, and buttons. He bas done more for this country and the p r ogress o f our citizens than the las t presi d ent did i n eight y ears We hav e made advancem ents in health care reform, financial reform, oil spill r elie f transportation a d va n cement and outstandi n g food programs for children The senior citizens have b enefited with tax stipends and medical drug assistance. i am thankful to our God, our soldiers and our President for all we are and will become. H a ppy Birthday MR. PRESI Danny Green said I will wea r m y tee shirt and pin that d a y t o support President Obama. f m so proud o f him a n d the way h e is h andling t h e country with all of this htrmoil going o n ." Shown with the J(rnndJ)nrcnts. Rrnndchildrcn. other youth and proRt"A"' 1articipants arc: Trinity llnpti. .. tc, Chnrlty Undo. Mnntnc . Jnsmlnc Ncnl. Rinnn Amnri M oy. l're,;n Tinixn. 1\nthony Powell. Anusin Powdl. .Jumia llnvis. Tummy Turner. 'l'r:wis J yin \\. Jnck son \V .. Oruvinn C':unphdl. R.nrril' Camplwll. 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Local 0 ("') :::::> ""') c a: Tampa Mode Visits Several Cities During Tour LL. BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 1\vo m onths afte r gra du a t ing from T ampa Bay Technical Hig h School Danny Green becam e a m embe r o f the U. S Ar m y. H e becam e a career soldier and served h is country for seve r a l years. It w as whil e in th e mili tary tha t Green discovered his love o f travel and d ecided that wha tever p ath his life took, the r e would always b e tim e for pursuin g hi s go al It was during tha t tim e tha t h e real i zed tha t life is s hort a nd deci ded t o p ursu e hi s dreams. Since his retire m ent from t h e military in 1999, Gree n has made traveling a constan t c of h is life. In addi tion t o a: being a p rofessi o n a l mod el, u.. be continues t o visit variou s cities throughout th e co untry c:t and now, internationally as c Recen t ly, he embarked (J) upon a to-day tour of several cities in including Italy, .... France, Spain, and North > Africa. H e visi t ed the cities of ffi R o me, Pisa, a n d Flor e nce, I taly Monte Carl o, Barcelona c and P alma Mall o r ca, S p a in W and Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. ::i While in those cities. Green visited the Coliseum. a. the Trevi Fountain, St. Peter z Square and the Vatican and i= the Leaning Tower of Pisa. "I feel very blessed that I am 5 able to travel as much as I do. m Life is too short to not try to ...J accomplish some of your goals, .. Green said i= Each year his travel calen Z dar is filled with eilgasements w (/) C a: 0 ...1 LL. Dann y Gt-een ited raJ International dti durin& his tour o( (our countries. H e b s h own t anding In front o f the famous Lean lns T ower o f Pisa, In Pisa, Ita l y such tbe Tom Joy n e r Foundation Cruise, the BET Awards Show. the Stellar Award.c;, and numt'rous oth<'r concerts and e\ents. He also h as th e di s tin c ti o n of a tt e nd ing the Inauguration of President Barack Obama. In addition to working as a Route Manage r for Brinks Security Company, Green i s a professional mode l who works with an ag e nt. He credits his agent a s being in stru mental in making sure that he i s in the right place at the right lim e Green said he enjoy s travmodeling. and attending the many functions that h ave beco m e p art of hi s lif e. H e has als o made friends \\ i th many of th e stars he h as m e t as th ey continue to meet at diff e rent functions The son of Mrs. Thelma Green and th e f athe r of one adult daughte r, Dannetta, Green is a Tampa nati ve The Southwest Florida Water Management District i s offering Community Education Grants up to $5.000 each to individuals. groups and. governments to provide innovative and cost-effective education projects about any of the follOwing subjects: Watersheds W er qu Jty Water conservation N ural systems Rood protection Applications re due August 20, 2010. Projects must occur between March 1 and July 31, 2011. Comics At Area Nightspots Seve r a l comedians h ave been pullin g i n t h e c rowds. Cedric The Entertaine r and Overton were a m o n g t h e nationally known comics to hos t shows. (Photos by JUlia Jackson) Justina Cox with Overton. Dr. Paul and Mrs. Deborah Sheehy were captured at the show featuring Cedric The Entertainer. Erica Cosby and hanna Hodge at the Overton show. dL 4tl& cfbuuuJ .of JJal of t/tunpftlnf. CW'onw&' tftetJtJt. Saturd y University Area Community Center Complex (UACCC) Is required. Seating Is limited/ Worbhooslncfude ; Sqe,en!ngs Include: Ask the Doctor Blood Diabetes Healthy Cooking Breast fxams.. M mmograms: Women & Exerdse (FREE to tt\CQ who qualify -Call for details) For more Information or to register, Call (813) 307-1!015 Ext. 3502 or Vlslt us at www.bi!l$coyntvhealtb.org DEADliNE: September 22.2010 Special Gift to first 150 FlORIDA WQIDeO Who register DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

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AII About You a: LL.. m w lY'SHON Ba ketball, ba eball, which will it b ? Fo tball or o cr, w ill u t wait a nd Our littl e all-star i turnin w 'r having a party that' ur to b fun! Happ birthday Ty, w l ov you rpu h From, your p r nt M ry a and Bryan ( unti ) t (grandma) Mary, (abuela) Ro a (grandpapa) Migu 1 and family M.O.E. Happy Blrlhdav MS. MJRI Money Ov e r Everything that's my attitude ... e nough sa id Birthda y wish ar going out to Tw ty. From, Debra, T-Lov Don Juan Rocko Jiggg ShaBo, family and fri nds. Walter Holm s, #41968-018 81 o l man F d raJ Corr tions Compl x Low, P . Box 1031 Co l man FL 33521 1031. Million Dollar Girls M ANNIE (Left) And MS. MIRI (Right) l know u lik ur our million dollar mil Ev ry party' s red rpet w e shut that down P S. Pr tty Mon LPN Graduate TAVIABALL My big day has some, not only for me to cross that stage, but a l o to a promising future No matter how hard it wa I k ept striving for the best. My whol life i dedicated to chang 1 did what I had to d a nd I didn't I t nothing or n obody top m congrat t o me the proud LP to b Than to m famil and friend for upporting me through my journey. LMngTheUfe MS. ANNIE Happy birthday t o m e thanking od for I si n g met another year. Happ birthdn Sh l1 G d bl s. With 1 Gino. MIKE And TERESA, ... Nephew And Niece Of John Reddick ANALYSIA And JOHN ... Niece And Uncle Calvin, Analysia, Janice, Teresa, Debra, Lisa Hazel, Mario And Tesha, Family Of John Reddick, From Quitman, Georgia MS. ANNIE And MS. 'IEI'E This is for my B.F.F. Happ y birthday, chick! MS. ANNIE-Happy birthday to nl) beautiful Mommie. Love, Lil Jami your on and only. She's 21 MS. UNIQUE 8/1/2010 Happy birthday to me! Yes it's that time again and most d finitely I'll be celebrating in somebody's club. I want all m y friend and family to come join me.

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Local -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c Solomon Jordan Celebrates 10th Binhdav Solomon Jordan turn e d 7 0 year o l d rec e ntl y a nd hi famil y and frie nd s gathe r e d at Harris Hall in Palm River for hi birthday party (Photography by BRUNSON) Solomon Jordan, right, birthday honoree, i s shown with his ibling : Rev. Jacob Jordan, Daisy Gaines and Lovie Jordan Jon 0 ORIAL CHURCH OF GOD I CHRIST 2313 E 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9 : 30A M Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P. M Morning Prayer Friday) .... 9 A.M Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7 :30P. M .._ ___ BISHOP MAnHE WILLIAMS 'Pastor "A Church Where The Lo e Of God Fl And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." ms. P ort Ronda 33616 ( 813) 839-5263 ,., N Pater Early M>ming W
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0 ...... 0 M ::> .., a: u.. Is It For Your Glorv Or Hisil In life we all have to choose how we look at and examine every situation. One of the most common is from the age old saying, "Is the glass half empty or half full?" This is the message Paul is conveying to the church in Philippians 1:15-29. H e has made up his mind as to how he will look at the situ ations of his life. Paul's life and the believer's life are to preach Christ out of envy and rivalry and others out of goodwill (vs. 15). The ones who do it out of envy preach for selfish ambition (vs. 16) and the latter out of love (vs. 17). be lived for and to the glory 0 of God. Each person s life is a: u.. a sermon that points to th e As you live your life you must ask yourself the ques tion why a rc you living th e lif e of Christ a nd for what r easo n do you preach life 's sermon? Are y ou doing what you are doing for your own selfish ambition and promotion? Are yo u living the lif e because you truly and sincerely love God for who H e is? c will of God. z < Paul says that some c CJ) w ::> ._ > a: w > w c w :I: CJ) ::::; m ::> Q. z _J _J ::> m _J w z t= z w CJ) I a: 0 _J u.. 2313 E 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY ORSHIP CHE ULE Sunday School ..... 9 : 30A .M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P. M Morning Prayer (Tuesday Friday) .... 9 A M Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7 : 30P .M. He concludes this questioning by letting everyone know that the main purpose is for Christ to be preached (vs. 18). In every situation, regardless of a glass being half empty or half full, or for selfishness or love, Christ must be preached. Peopl e must choose why the y do what they do for the Lord. Paul has had his share of trials and affliction. In his current place he is under house arrest. Instead of dw e lling on the negativity (half-empty) he sees his sit uation as a way to glorify God (half-full). Clll.llla:H, 2511 E. CoMnbus (813) 2-48-8101 ot 247-3899 Elrfy 7 :55A.M. Sll'lday Manlng Waship 9:30 A. -10:56 A. M. Wfli Family 7 P .M. He lets them know that he is confident that through their prayers, his situation will turn out for his deliver ance (vs.19). Regardless of his situation he maintains his faith and hope in the de liverance of God. Although his future looks dim and he experiences time of loneli ness, he still believes that prayer changes things. "I eagerly expect and hope that I will by no means be ashamed, but with bold ness believe that Christ will be magnified in my body, whether by life or death" (vs. 20). Because he has realized that it is not about him but all about Christ, he maintains that Christ will be glo rified. However, Christ is magnified is okay with him. As people of God we must accept that sometimes God's magnification is in life and other times through death. Paul does not have to fear the unknown of death because he knows that in the end there is something greater awaiting him. He RRST BAP11ST CHURCH OF COLLEGE Hill 3838N.29thSt. FL 33810 has understood his life in two dimensions, on earth and in heaven. He does not know which one he wants, life or death (vs. 23). He knows that in order to be with Christ he must leave the body and ministry of the flesh. There is a need for him to remain alive There are people who need him and-who need to hear the wo. rd of God. For that reason he wants to stay. Do you know why you want to continue to live? Your reason for life must be beyond clothes and eating, traveling and sight seeing. The purpose for life and liv ing must be so that you can spread the gospel of the good news and to help those around you come to know the God who is able to save. On the other hand, he has a desire to depart so he can be with Christ (vs. 23). He does not do anything to help the process along while going through trials and tribulations, but he also does not have a reason to fear death and dying. 23 Years Of SerYi:e P O Ft.33687 {813 ) 784-1021 Morning 11:00 A M YPWW -6;00 P M EV ning Worship 7 :00 P ..

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Local Tampa District Church School Convention Held At St. James AME Church The Tampa District h e ld the Church School Convention at Saint James AME Church, Progress Villa ge, Rev. Michael Price, Host Pastor. Rev. Henry Green, III, of Midway, Alabama, proclaime d God s Word dming the youth witness hour. Rev. Michael Bouie of Allen T e m ple AME Church continue d th e evening service. Music wa b y the Mass Choir of Allen Tem ple AME Church. On the econd day a t the Early Morn ing Worship 8 A M Sunday School 9 30 A M Mommg Worship 10 50 A M Bible Study, Wed 7 P M THE PUBUC IS INVITED noon day service, Rev. Walter E. Daniels, Sr., Pres idin g Eld e r of th e South Atlanta District of the North Georgia Annua l Conference, proclaime d the Word. At th e evening servic e, Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons, pastor of ew Salem M. B. Church, o p e n e d the servic e and wa s in c h arge. Rev. Lyons' mess age ca m e from 1 s t Corinthian 1:17, 18, "Preaching and Witnes in g." mong those other than th Weekly ActiVlhes Slrday Ctuctl Scflool 9 30 A M Moowlg 'M:lrshp I 0 45 A ld Bible Qass 30 p ld Evenng Worshp 5 P M Woctlo!Uly PI1J)'U' 7 P M Btlle SIUCty 7'30 P UNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St) P .O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. lOrida Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mall: MtPieasantMB aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7 :45A. M SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9 :30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A M 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B. T U ) 6 PM-Lord' s Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -GeneraJ Bible Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IORIO.MD, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE : MtPieasantMBChurch .org pastor who h e lp e d to make sure the event was a s uccess were: Cathalene Kinsler, hos t churc h Church School Superintendent; Charlene Bland, Host C hristian Ed u cation Dir ec t o r ; Rev. James C. Givens, Dis tri c t Christian Education Director; and Rev. Henry E. Green, Jr., Presi d ing Elder. Rt. Rev. McKinley Young is the Presiding Prelate. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Sund y School 9 .45 a m Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship-5 p m Prayer Meeung Tuesday 7 .30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! Sunday 0 -45 A.M. MIJI ll Y04Atl/ Chlcron T IH'Iidly 11 A.M. /llU. WodllCIIday '1 P .M. Youlh/ Chiktr9n P M Adl.ft Rev. Michael K. Bouie, pastor of Allen Temple AME Church. HERITISE CHRIS11AN COIIIIIUIJIITY BAPI1ST CHURCH 14801 N 15th Street Lutz FL 33549 Address P.O. BOx 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 Local recording artist, Derek Smith was a program participant. Herman Gilcrist. Pasto r Weekfy Services: Sunday School 9 :30 A. Sun. Mom ng Worship 11 A M Wed Nig : Youth Prayer Service REV. El ES Pastor &mday lloning orshlp sem:es 7 ;45 A.lll11 AJI. Sundly School 10 Ul. Worship TlleSdly 7:00 p ll ST.MAT1HEW And B Study Thurs. N'Jght.: Prayer Service And B ible Study 'Sa\ling The Sinneis And &b:::s The 1 Can Do AI 71W1gs Throc.!gh OW'i:st .Pfti. Prayer rvtce Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed 7 :30 8 :30 p m Prai a Worship S rvloe Wed 8 :30 9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8 : 30 p m Saturday Prayer rv1oe a Bible Study 10 m Youth Bibl Institute 12 4 p.m T Night Friday re the 2nd SUnd 7 11 p.m. "tJ c: m !: en m 0 m < m ::0 < c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 ::0 0

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c a: u.. c z c( July Birthdays Mr. Ernest Collins i s cel ebrating his natal day this month The family is a sup porter of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. May thi s yea r be filled with many bl ess ing s for you and may God ble ss you with man y more birthday s Happy birthday to Breanna. B e lat e d wishes to Frank Milton and Lil David. Also cele brating th e ir n a t a l da y in July are: Talanisha Bennett, Kristain Y. Hooks, Eunice Butts, Jamal Brightmon, Robyn Stewart, Alexandra Williams, Shannicka Triplett, Carina McNair, Julia Grayson, Crystal B. Sanders, De tinee Thompson, Ryan Whittington, Cassandra Jackson, Sandra W. McNair, Christopher Oldfield, Cynthia Jones, Moysia Kahende, Jessie B. FinJayson a nd Christopher McKinnie. Birthday And Promotion Celebration C Th e Bowers/Simmon s Park ffi in Pro gress Village was th lo;:, ca tion for th e birthday cele bra tion for Lelani Womack who turn ed 3 yea r s old. The ce l e bra tion was given b y her mom, Demeshia and many famil y m e mber s and friends attended. She had a Dor a Th e Explorer them e with lots of food and ac tivitie s. Following the birthd ay cele bration, a promotion celebra tion was h eld for Wayne Sang Definition of Music CD Volume II. Th e mus ical enter tainment was g r e at. They c rowd marv eled in good food pr e pared by hi s dad and mom Dwayne a nd Jackie and oth e r family includin g hi s au nt grandmother, uncl es and friend Anniversary Celebration On a turd ay, July 1 7th, Gramp And The Golden Harps continued their 10th a nniv ersary ce l ebratio n a t St John M. B Church, Clearwa t er. Many groups from the Tampa Bay area participated Famil.Y Gathenng Vi iting from Ft. Bragg, North Carolina was Michelle, Alre', Andre', Anna, Alicia, Courtney, Grant and Jonathan who e njoyed a f a mily ge t to get h e r pla nned b y Alre's moth er. H e lping with th e dinn e r plan s was Anna Harris and Carol Stewart from louise's Kitchen Th e great ord e r tak e r s w ere Wanda Keyes and Michelle Davis. Th e DJ 's were Yolanda Turner and Alre' (Blaze). Alre's w as recognized by his mom for his many years se rved in the Army, as well as ac knowledging the other man and women in the armed forc es. Harris Family Visit From June 26th -July 3rd the Harris family had visitors from P oughkeepsie, NY, who includ e d a s on, daughter-in law and granddaughter. Bobbie Michelle ( 6-23), Margene (6-12), Janelle (6-9) a nd Victoria (6-18), ce le bra t ed their birthday at Chuck E. Cheese. On unday, June 27th the family gathered t o worship and witn ess the sermon o f Mr. Joseph Walker at Grace Mary. The s ubj ect was 'Dry Bones.' Afterwards, the at t ended the concert of the St. James AME Community Choir, where Emmie' sister-in-law, Lisa Anderson bad a joyous time as he enjoyed a solo by Emmie. -----------------------------------------------------------------> a: w > w c w :t: en :::; m ;:) z tu _, _, ;:) m _, w z w a: 0 _, u.. Condolences Condolence s go out to the entire Lindsey family in th e loss of th e ir lov e d one, Mrs. Rudene Lindsey, who re cently pa ssed. D ee p es t sympathy to the loved ones of Mr. Hardrick E. Gay, longtime Villager who was funeralized on July 24th. We extend sincere sympathy to Dr. Charles Chester "Gay Popa" Miles and his family in the passing of his mother, Mrs. Lois D. Miles, who was funeralized on July 24th. We are also grieving with our neighbor and friend, Mrs. Opal Lattimore, in the de mise of her nephew, Master Deputy Anthony Green, who was funeralized July 24th Sick And Shut-In If we did not have God on our side, what could we do? Please keep the following folks in your daily prayers: Gwen Brown, Eloise Le:eks, Mildred Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Perry King, Mattie Mills, Mrs. Hunt, Geneva Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Della) Vickers, Hazel Mitchell, Charlotte Dukes, Ben Brown, George Colleton, Mr. and Mrs. David (Alberta) Shedricks, Sandra Y. Nelson Marie B. Benson Leila Feld.er-Moss Mozelle DeBose David Snow. Jr., Henry Sanders Alice McCarty EJouise McCoy ry'l n, Johnny La. -ton Ben Plair, Sr., abrina Port r a i a h B a ity Sr. and Ebon y Mr. Jam Davi d An-thony. r. was recently in an automobile accident we pray for your peedy recovery at home B t wishes from Jean and family Let u k p the following people in our walk oflife: D -n Eli Rodg who con-fined to Brand n H pitaJ; and Sis. Eunice Sneed who i s at hom e doing wonderfully after her knee operation. God's blessings and get well wis hes for Bob (Cowboy) Wright, Chauncey Parker and Mary Turner. From fam ily and friends. Neighbors and friends of the Murphy boys (Johnnie, Kenneth and Timothy), sons of the late Mrs. Bertha Murphy, who lived on Allamanda Avenue, are in need of your prayers. Kenny, who now lives in Connecticut, is very ill. Please contact Johnnie and Timothy at (813) 986-0806. Unspoken Prayer Unspoken prayer requests go out to the Washington, Jelks and Sarah Jones fam ilies in Brooksville, FL Mt. Olive AME Church Sunday, July nth, the women of Mt. Olive AME Church, Plant. City, FL, Rev. Patricia Mosley, Pastor, celebrated their annual "Night In White" Day Observation 2010. The theme was "Great PastGreat Future: An Incredible Call To Service. Sis. Corealba B. Larkin, Worship Leader, Rev. Patricia Mosley, Pastor rendered the introduction of speaker, Rev. Elyse L. Powell, Local Elder of Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church. Other program participants were: Diana Inman, Wdlie P. Donaldson, Lensbawn Price ora Green Betty Drummer Erma Welden Linda Brown Mary Darby Barbara White Betty Jackson and Sebrina Lewis. F. Y. I. hu-Lon Kitchen, formerly Family Deli (813) 41-9 6o. Call your news in to Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 6 -6o Be blessed! Yes we can!

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FYI c Swim Program Hours Edended Petition For Countv Mavor Fails The City of T ampa P a rk s a nd R ec r ea ti o n D epartme nt has extende d th e fr ee s win program throug h th Labor D ay week end. The e v ent i s sponsore d b y th e Yog esh M and Bella Y Pate l Foundation. Swimming is a va i labl e at all e ight poo l s in th e City of Tampa. Swimming is a vail abl e th e foll o win g lo ca tion and hour a f ollows: Bobby H icks Pool, 4201 W Man go Avenu ( 13) 32-1 216 Monday thro u g h Friday, f r o m 2 p m t o 5 p m and fr o m noon t o 4 p m. on Saturday Cop e land Park Pool 11001 N 1 5th treet (81 3 ) 9 7 52734, Monda y through Friday, from 2 p m t o 5 p.m. and from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday; Cyrus Greene Park P ool, 2101 E. Dr. M L. King Jr., Blvd (813) 242-5350, Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 5 :30 p.m. and from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday; Danny Del Rio Pool, 10105 N Blvd ., (813) 931 2 1 0 7, M onday thro u g h Friday, fro m 1 p. m t o 4 p m and from noon t o 4 p m on S aturday; Dr. M. L. King Recreati o n Com p lex Pool 2200 N Oregon Av enue, (813) 259 -1606, Monday through Friday fr o m 2 p.m. to 5:30 p m a nd fr o m n oon t o 4 p m o n aturday; Loretta Ingraham R ecreation omplex Pool 16 1 5 N Hub rt Av nue, (813) 34 -2080, M onda thro u g h Friday, fr o m 2 p m t o 5 p.m. and fro m noon t o 4 p m o n aturday. De oto Park picola Family Pool, 2615 Corrin tree t ( 13) 242 -5355 fro m 1 p m t o 5 p m e e n d a pe r week; and Sulphur S prings Pool, 7 01 E. Bird Street, (813) 931-2156, Monday through Thursday from 2 p m. t o 5 p .m.; Friday, from 2 :30 p m to 5 : 3 0 p m. and from 1 p.m. to 5 p .m. aturday and unday. Acco rdin g to Hill s borough County C h arte r Revi e w Board m embe r, Gerald W h i te, the p etitio n f o r County M ayo r initiate d b y Mary Ann Stil e s h as f aile d to g e t the appropriate amount of signatures to mak e th e ballot. I think this i s a victory for th e African Am erican citi ze n s of T ampa. The four A frican A m e rican s o n the Temple Terrace NaUonal Night Out Com mu ni ti e acr os the nati o n w ill co m togethe r agai n t crime at the 27th ann ua l a t io n a l Night O ut o n Tu ay August 3, 2 1 0. T m p l e T errace! prog r a m will start a t 6 : 3 0 p. m at th e Fam il y R ecrea ti o n Compl ex, 6610 E. Whit eway Dr. Nationa l i ght Out is desi g n e d t o tre n gtbe n p olice-community partne r ship in the fight again t n i gbbo rh ood crim Tbi i a f r n i nvit ed. GERALD WHITE Charte r R evie w Board made an a d eq u a t e case t o th e vot e r and t o h a e the vet o measure r e m ove d from the ballot That wo uld h ave had an a d erse affect on minori ty ot.ers." White said they need e eryone to stay focused and ote to remove the veto measure from the Charter wben it appears on the ballot in ovember. A s far as the bid for County Ma yor is concerned, White said he's sure Stiles hasn' t given up Sh e's gone on r ecord s a y -g 0 i n g s h e won t g i ve up, and w e ill do our b est as advocates for all citizens of the county We will be voting on the internal auditors position, either to remove the post or have it changed. My con .cern is the post could be used for political purposes. More than $ 2 8 million has b een s p ent s in ce the po s ition w as c r eated 6 years ago, and only 5 audits hav e been don e." White s aid if Stiles had been successful, he' s sure counter-measures would hav e come into play. I still feel a County Chairperson should be ;!! elected by the voters and g given limited power. I wouldn' t change the title t o County Mayor becanse that would give people the wrong Z impression. i Reporter Leon B m C rew can be reached r;-m at ( 81.3) 24/l-0724, or e-c: mailed at lcrewa@lbm-J: tineLcom ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------z ...... ..... . melroFCS. ., --...................... .... 1 .,., ...... VMt er.fllniDn, I'\.IC07 -.e11\'1111100 ....... .. w. l..l.mldln Ad. lhndan. FL 1 1 -.e71nftv .. 1 "Ctllll ....... ...__.,IMIII'C&Ibtlllr..,......41i ... IIIIICIIdiRfl ... .. c.h!llluan,..,_flllll, _..._.....,,......,.. .... o.r n"!!IMiY n ........... ,...,. .............. ............ ,... Llllillllllll t117 U1 tt..y. II HD1t1 Llllllliltld, 1'\. ,.. 10.-a.-. ................. IM'"'.............. -.. ........,_,,..,. .... """' _ ,_,,. .... ,., .......... bniOIIllllnilll ............................ ..... ---:111,ll01010 ...... 6,2010. ....... '11811'4....,._tiMS. ...... R. Ul ..,,, .l. ...... S100a.IM.Hal'lt 8 1111 f.IIVIIWM. 7il ...... 1\.liltl "'0 c: m r-c;; ::::t m c m < m c: m C/) c ,. z c "TT a! c

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National N Obama Criticized For Visiting Ice Cream Shop With 'Radical' logo 0 _. u.. The criti cs and press n eve r s l ee p if yo u r e th e Pr es id e nt even whe n o n vacatio n President Obama was r ece ntl y c r iticized by b l o ggc rs a n d r ight\ v in g r a dical s for vis it i n g Mount Des e r t I s land I ce C r ea m w h i l e i n Ma ine. T h e P res ident w as n t criti c i zed f o r his wo rd s o r specific The treasure r of the R epublican Natio n a l Committee i s m aking bead lines now that b e claims that R C C h airman Michael Steele i responsibl for fail ing t o r e port $7 million in d ebt the group accumula t d o vertime. Treasur e r Randy Pullen a ccu ed Steel e in a m m o to RNC b u d ge t com.mitt acti o n s w hil e at th e s hop hut in s t ead b ecause h e c hose t o bu v icc c r eam fr o m a s h o p th,;t al l ege dl y h e ld a Bla c k Power" symbo l a s its logo. Th e l og o a large clo se d fis t is r e mini sce n t o f th e pro mi n e nt symbo l f o r Blac k P o w e r used in the 196o 's. Severa l bl ogge r s have c riti c i ze d th e v i s it and have accu s e d the s hop of sellin g ''Bla c k Powe r s u ncla cs. Th e woman who own s t h e s h o p also happe n s t o b e w h i te, and represents the racial majorit y of Maine s pop u lation whi c h happe n s to be t % b l ack. mmissio n Pull n al o a t a n d h is chief of taff Michael Leavitt tried t o hid the issu e b y instructing taff not to report to bim R C officials have since d e nied a n y cla im of wrongdoin g a n d R N Communication Doug Heye ba r t a t m nt i n t b ir Know Your First Black Politician Elected To OHice In Russia JEAN GREGOIRE SAGBO Russ i a n co un c ilm a n Jean G regoire Sagbo drives his car a l o n g a road in ovozavi d ovo, a village 100 kilometer s (65 mi les) nort h of Moscow. P eople in thi s Russ ian town used t o stare at Jean Gregoire Sagbo because th ey had n eve r seen a black m a n ow th ey s ay th y sec in him som e thing equa ll y rare -an hones t p o liti c i a n Sagbo la s t m onth b cam th e fir s t black t o be c l c tecl t o offi c e in Russia. Woman Anacked In Hospital d a Watering Days ... and avoid costly fines. Woman Arrested For Pouring Boiling Water on Mother's Face A P e nn sy l va ni a w oman a nd h e r b oy fri end w e r e arres t e d Tu es d ay a fter p olice say th ey plotte d t o kill h e r m o th e r b y p ouring quarts o f scalding h o t wa t e r o n h e r f ace. Alisa Loump, 23, t o ld i n vestiga t o r s th a t s h e tri e d t o murde r h e r m o th e r b eca use s h e di s a p prov e d o f h e r r e latio n ship and s ay s s h e was o n th e p h o n e with her b oyf ri e nd 18-year-old, Antoine Walker of E d i n burg h India n a whe n she got t h e idea. Officers r etrieve d the ear piece and cell pho n e but n o tic e d the lin e wa s s till in u se ALICIA WUMP And ANTOINE WALKER WaJker i s b elieve d t o have e n courage d h e r t o p our e ight quarts o f wa t e r on h e r m othe r 49-year-old Jennie Loump so that s h e would d ie fr o m s h ock. The mother has 2nd d egree burns to over 70% of her body and has been put into an induced co m a fo r t reatm e nt. Teen Mom Tries To Ease life Bv Smothering Infant Son Fort W orth T xas teenage m m hantaniqua Scott w as a c used of engaging in a radical act of easing her lifeby mothering her b a b y infant. It was reported that the 1 7 -year o l d, Scott's in.fan t bo a pecial needs child -was suffocated b y Scott on over four occa ion T h e child m anaged t o survive for f our months The bab bo was taying in a ideo-monit o red room wb n a code alarm ounded that indicated the boy' vital igns w re failing. Wb n ho pita] taffer vi red tb surveillance video the a' 1 -year-old Scott ing a blank t on the child' face before placing her hand directly over his mouth a n d n o s e Medical p e rsonne l SHANTANIQUA were a bl e t o SCOTr revi e the infant and transfer him to pediatri c intensive care. When questioned b y investigators Scott tol d investigators h e didn't want the kid anymore -and that she wanted to go back to livin g a carefree life without the burden of a ick child The infant i still h o p ital ized. and expected to recover.

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National Convention Held 'Praise God For It ... John 4:23-24 was the chosen theme of the Church of God by Faith (COGBF)-National Convention which was held July 8-11 2010. Leaders and me. mbers rep resenting churches from all over the U.S.A. attended th e four-day convention, which was held at th e Jacksonvill e Hyatt Riverwalk locat e d on the St. John's River. The Executive Council members are Bishop James E. McKnight, Sr., Presiding Bishop, Elder John Robinson, Jr. and Ruling Elders: Elder David C. Rourk, Sr., Elder James E. McKnight, Jr. and Elder Horace N. Turner, Sr. On Thursday afternoon, the convention was opened with remarks from Bi hop McKn.lpt. Throughout the conveution; Gospel Messag es were preached by Elder Harry -Johnson, Superintendent, Jacbonville District; Elder Larry Coffee, Southern Georgia District, Elder Moses Anderson, South Florida District, Elder Alonzo Smith, Superintendent, Daytona Beach, Elder 'c Herbert Green, Superintendent, South Florida Disttiet and Elder R.esinald Daymon Assistant SuperintendentNorthwestern New York District. T&e National Praise Team featuring. renowned gospel artist Eangelist Punch Baldwbl served up SOJ18S of praise. Topiea and apeaken for th Missionary I Evangelism Workshop 'Developing a Passion for Youth Calling/ Dr .. Erma lfawldue, Plorlda East Coast District; 'The Field Missionary : Missing In Action / Elder Cleveland Roberts nt, Florida East Coast District; 'Who's In Charge: Serving God and the Leader, ) Mlnlet r Mary Calhoun; and 'Reaching Our Communitiu In Meaningful Ways,' Mlalonary Queen Dunmore, Gainesville District. On Friday, a SpecJal Cer mony for Women Called to Service wu held. :A 1 1'ae number of women were conse c rated as Missionaries, Evangeli11t and/or Ministers. County w "TT JJ 0 Telsa Linton, President of the COGBF National Willing Workers Club (WWC) and Martha Johnson, Children's Church Ministry Coordinator, coordin'ated praise and worship se rvi ces and workshops that focused on th e youth. On Saturday evening, U. S Congresswoman Corrine Brown present ed pecial gifts to Bishop and Mother McKnight. Among the other n ational convention program partici pants were: Mother Jessie McKnight, Elder Wayne Mack, Deacon James Whitfield, Elder R.L. McKinney, Elder Calvin McDonald, Elder William Robinson, Brother Charles McWhite, Elder Sherman Roberts, Mother Maxine Robinson, Dexter Phillips, Deacon Walter Booth, Deacon Jame Thomas, Missionary Mildred Jone Elder Andre' McBride and Deacon Eddie Johnson. The closing Gospel Message wa'S rendered on Sunday by Bishop McKnight, who also gave Convention Closing Remarks. Some of the lead ers and/or members from Polk, Pinellas and/or Hill sborough County in attendance wer : Blder Thoma Faison, Jr. Mother Marpret Faison Ta le Pabon Mlnl t r Fred Sear Fir t Lady LUlie William Flr t Lady Bellnda McDonald Fir t Lady Resina Phillips, Mlnl ter Paulette Mack, Mother Chriatlne Mac:k Deborah Daise, April Sears, and Mtru.ter Gary Hlrd. First Lady CaroUne Bird, Mother Ollie Smart, BvanaeUet Juanita: Jones,-Curtis Logan, Minister Anthony Landers, Fir t Lady Myrtice Landers, Mother Prince Fortson, Mary McElrath EvilflaeU t Connie Benton, Ann Porton, Nora Burrouah Au tin Landers, Patience Landers, Amo Land r It, Deacon Leon WilHam and lenda WlUlaJM, .also attend d. ,Among others irt att ndan w r Jalyt Gla Jak yl I D Iori Landere. Deacon Glenn CoW r, Jm Gl Moth r Chol Llttl Albert PhUllp8, Jeremy Carroll, Men Landen, Mlcha I Union Academv Class ol1960 Celebrates 50th Reunion BARTOWOn July 9th and 10th, 2010, members of the Union Academy High School Class of 1960 joined together at the Peace River Country Club in Bartow to celebrate their soth class reunion. The weekend of celebration was filled with a variety of fun and memorable activities. The chosen theme for this occasion was The Journey.' 1\) 0 ..... 0 In attendance were (seated lr): Daisy Ma. e Mo ley Lavan, Patricia Gammond, Mary Wllcox Moore, Ruthia McPiatt Glover, Deloris Bankston Chambers, Marian Stephens and Dorothy Colson Baker; (row 2 standing 1-r): Willie Bates, Williard Haynes, Yvonne Robinson, Rosa McKenzie Cambridge. Bessie M. McKinney Tyson, Antonia Lavan Vickers, Shirley Robinson. ;:!! EstherHne Golden Jones, Herbert Woodard and Cornelius Threatt. (back row 1-r): Mary Ann 0 Meadow Hardee, John Dukes, Louise Stevenson McPiatt, Charlie Hudnell. Thaddeus Wesley JJ and David Helper. (Photo by Pam White Photography). C )> enthusiastic volunteers to participate and rec:::cive a specialized, FREE training to d e liver a high-quality chronic di sease self management program Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Naif Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, community events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings. famen m z :j z m I I Shaw, Dwayne Haye Michael Shaw II, Jay Hlrd, Deacon Amo Landers, Yvette Landers Deacon Ruben All n, Mae Allen, Tenae Allen, Tara Allen-Mcintyre, De con AJ Smith, Patrida Smith AJ Smith II, Bryan Smith, hley Smith and a host of others. Living Healthy Program To beHeld The Polk County Health Department i inviting community-ba ed entities and The training is limited to 18 people. Please register by FriW.,, August 6th 2010. To register or for more information, contact either Sybil Reibli.ng at (863) 519-7900 Ext. 11053/ via email at S)'bD or Angela Anderson at (863) 519-7900 Ext..11097. Ill c r rm :j z ily reunions, class reunions, etc. with the readership of the FfDrida Sentinel.Bulktin with Shaw-Nu.f Talk by "0 sending an e-mail to: ffi shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or rcalling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Naif Tallc will share m yollr exciting news with the C readership! tit .. RmA8 NSPROMES N&WBOMitS Prtcedtro.SU ........ ud p ... Features 3 or 4 bedt'OOMifl I'OOIUil ear .......,C.tnl B t _. Allll ,.., .... -,-... -_.-.-a""".cl-.,-.,. ...... COil--A---.--:-u-.-.,-to-..,1 I eou.., NSP c1o... to be Ftntn.. HoiM 140,0001Ddlectc)>....S\Ipto16S.OOO 1MCoualltl lt.... ......., ce be Lowlr 11M biliJ CITY OF TAMPA PROPER11ES NEW CONSTRUCTION AND CHDO HOMU : 2912 24 Aft. 29148.24 A 540'7 33"' .Ave.-SoW 2916 1 .. A\'e. -PeiMiillll ***COACH to parda flft Bult 'J H -wiD be Rlluablbed .. Like N.w HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PROPERTIES NSP REHA.BIL/TA.TED HOIJES : 'M9 Flbat Drtve. Taape 4446 Cotaatry HIDI Bh>d. Pleat aty 3811 Arpa Taapa 411 Ablp.ll Rei, PJ.at C1CJ 12711 Evt, ba La 1e38 Walldld Way, Taapa 415 Pwttty Plaat CitJ l z c ., :IJ 6

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(Defendants) NOTlCE OF ACTION TO: Errol Greenidge Unknown Spouse of Errol Greenidge 12610 Country Meadow Ct Orlando, Fl 3282 8 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been f il ed against you regarding the subject property with a legal descript ion, to-wit CONDOMINIUM UNIT 836, BUILDING 800 THE ENCLAVE AT RICHMOND PLACE TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVlDED INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARAT10N OF CONDOMINJUM THEREOF RECORDED IN OFACIAL RECORD BOOK 16090, PAGE 1252 AS AMENDED FROM TIME TO TlME OF THE PUBUC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses if any, to it on Gary I. Gassel Esquire Plaintiff's attorney, ose address Is 2191 R ingHng Boulevard, Sarasota, Florida 34237 ( ] wtthln thJrty (30) days from the flnrt date of publlca1lon and file the or i ginal with the cl rk of this court eith r re service on the Plaintiff's attorney or imm diately th re tt r : otherwise a default will be enter d ag lnst you for the reli 1 demanded In the Complaint. ATTN : PERSONS WITH DISABILmES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILJTY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED AT NO COST TO YOU TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT THE OFF1CE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED TOO AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8nO. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A BROWN DEPUTY CLERK o u I sh Your ass ed r egal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Contact LaVORA@ (813) 248 -1921 E-mail: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or (813} 248-9218 ieds EGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY The Hillsborough County Aviation A uthority he r eby r equests, pursuant t o the Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act Florida Statutes 287 055 individuals desiring to render professional services for the following project: CONTINUING CONSULTING ENGINEERING SERVICES TAMPA INTERNATIONAL PLANT CITY PETER 0. KNIGHT AND TAMPA EXECUTIVE AIRPORTS This agreement prov i des for design services for specific projects selected by the Authority in support of the capital i mprovement program Tasks i nclude des i gn of projects with the following d i s ci plines : a i rport civil mechan i cal electrical and structural eng i neering and architectural. Speciallzed services may include fire protect i on eng i neering electronic systems communications/IT systems. traffic engineering services land surveyi ng and materials testing Slgntflcant Dates : RFQ posted oo web site: Mandatofy pr&-Q iflcatlon conference : August 25 2010 by 5 :00p. m September 9 2010 at 2.:00 pm. September 13 2010 by 5:00p. m Raques1 lor Oarfficatioo oe: 0u lificaboos Padtage Due: September 2.2, 2010 by 5:00p.m. ling : October 20 2010 at9:00 a_m. Technical E Juatlon Commilt Selection by Authority Board : November 4 2010 at9:00 a.m. For add i tional nfonnation on location of mee ng and other project deta ils go to the Authority website at ww. tampaalrport.com; Quid( Unks/Airport Business/Notice or Solicitation LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SUBMISSION CITY OF TAMPA NOTlCE OF SUBMISSION OF THE ACTION PLAN FOR FlSCAL YEAR 2011 (PROGRAM YEAR 2010) ANO LOCAL DISPLACEMENT POUCY Augu .st 11 2010 Notice is hereby iven that on this date the City of Tampa is submitting its Action Plan for iscaJ Year 2011 (Program ear 2010) to th U S De rtment of Housing and Urban Develo ment {HUD) u i m nts of 24 CFA 91.105(b)(2) th City rt to fiord ted clttzr n o portuni to nd provid comments published its Summary of P ed Stat ment of Hou ing and Community Ow lopm nt Consolidated Plan Purpose and A ction Plan on June 9, 2010 Th City or Tampa m k its Action Plan for R I ar 2011 (Prog m Yi ar 2010) avail ble to th pu He. Th City of Tamp L I Oi nt Polici required by th U S rtm nt of Houa:Wlg nd Urban Jopm nt, wh ich ddress th di pi m nt o f persons, h not changed si I sty ar. INVITATION TO BID Competitive sealed bids will be r eceive d by the Sou thw es t F lorid a Water Manageme nt D ist r ict, Bro oksville Flor i da and publicly opened at the specified time tor : RFB 1016-JANITORIAL SERVICES (RE-BID) OPENS SEPTEMBER 7 2010 @ 2 : 30 P M MANDATORY PRE BID CONFERENCE ; August 24 2010@ 10:00 a m (SHARP) AT the SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT TAMPA SERVICE OFACE, 7601 US HIGHWAY 301, TAMPA, FL 33637-6759. BIDDERS FAIUHG TO HAVE REPRESENTATION MAY NOT SUBMIT A BlD. A MAHDATORY SfTE VJSIT WlLL EOIATELY FOLL.OW TKE MANDATORY PRE-BlO MEETING. The Request lor Bid may be obtained through the District's Internet website at ttpcJI--. a.tannattars..orgfprocurtment under Vtew our solicitations on DemandStat" or "Alternate V'tew to our Current Solicitations. Southwest Aorida Water Management District. Procurement, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksvi le, Florida 34604-6899; procurement 0 atermatter:s .org; 352-796-7211 ext 4133; 0( in Florida: 1-800-423-1476, TOO LY 1-800-23 Hi 103. The District reserves the right to reject any or all ljdsfproposals recefved with or without cause.. Keyboard Player Wanted Tb Play For A Church Inquiries Plea Call Minister Norris (813) 417-.56n Serious lnqulrl ONLY Call (941) 462-0188 Or (81 3) 936-3470

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that WALTER ELLEDGE 1280 the holder of the following certificate has tiled said certificate lor a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance. the description of the property and the names in which II was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 143849 0100 Certificate No : 73591..00 F ile No : 201().614 Year of Issuance : 2003 DHc:rlptlon of PT'Operty : NEBRAKSA AVENUE HEIGHTS LOT 28 BLOCK 9 PLAT B()()I(JPAGE : 001410041 SECTWP RGE : 18-28-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : BANK OF AMERICA NA Said property being In the County ol Hillsboo'otql State of Floridll Unless such certificate ahall be redeemed eccordlnO to law the property described In such certltlcate lhd be lold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium. 2nd Floof, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO Easl lWigge Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 21111 dlly of AugUII 2010 at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please cal (813) 278-8100 ext 4809 to wrify sale location) By. TERESA l. CLARK Deputy Clertl yau- ..,._,wilt!. wt1o ._. anr IC uuu diCion In In you -antiUad. at no coat 10 you. 10 tt1e pnMslon of 1*1111n I 1 ,._. ClOIII8d 1118 Clartl'a CooiAIMUf, 101 1!. "-*'J ...... T .... Flclrl*, (811} 27M100 .......... -. lwO (2) ....... .,. .... to ............. Meded; yau -...... Of ..,. llftpalr...s. 0811711. L cenaed Insurance Agent (CSR) Desired Background Check And Drug Test Required Please Call (813) 31().86()8 For Details Temple Terrace Accepting Applications For Cosmetology Or Barber Instructors Call (813) 933-4514 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ABBOT KINNEY MANAGEMENT, LLC 12318 the holder o f the following certificate has filed said certificate tor a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of Iss uance the description of the property and the names In which il was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 166821 0000 Certificate No.: 148293-07 Fllo No.. 201 D-615 Year of Issuance : 2007 DHc:rlptlon of PT'Operty : RIVERSIDE NORTH LOT 7 BLOCK 9 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 000110134 SEC TWPRGE : t 1 29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nama(l) In which uaeued: ESTAT CW ARMANDO OTRO Said property being In the County of Hllllbotouoh. State of Florida Unlaaa such cettlllcate lhd be reclaer'ned eccordlnO to 'the property deacttlad In such cet1111cata shall be lold to .,. bidder at the .by Audilorium. 2nd Floor 0eorve E. Edgecomb Courthouse. BOO Easl "!WWggs S1reat. FL 331!02 on tha 2Mb c111y of hem 2010. 111 t0:1!0 A.M. (NOTICE : Please cal ( 8131 278-8 t 00 all. 4809to -"Y IIIia Iocation) Dated this Ill! dlly 9y TERESA L CLARI< Deputy Clertl yau ..,._, wilt! who MeCia My accontmCICMtlon In --to In INa pooceadlllg, yau -enUIIed. .c no -to you. to lfla proYialon of certain ...._. 1M Clertl a ADA Coonlllllllelf, 101 L "-*'J ,..... F1oftda. (813) ........ 4205, lwO (2) .......... priOr to .. dale .. Mrfloa .. Meded; yau -...... Of ..,. llftpalr...s. call 11 1 Nora's Beauty Boutique Is Looking For Ucensed Braiders And Hair Stylists For Booth Rental Call Nora 0 (813) 785-2606 Marketing Raps Earn High Income Must Have Reliable Transportation Commissioned Based We Give 2nd Chances Call For Interview (813) 786-0993 Or (813) 531 TAX DEED NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ABBOT KINNEY MANAGEMENT, LLC 12318 the holder o l the lollow ing certi ficate ha s f iled said certi fic ate l o r a tax deed t o be issued thereon The certificate number and yoar ol issuance. the description of the property, and the name s In which it was assessed are as lollows : Folio No.. 154840.0000 Certificate No.: File No.: 201D-6111 Year ol Issuance : 2007 DHc:rlptlon of Property: E 120FT OF W 400FT OF N 132 FT OF SE 14 OF SE 10 OF NE 14 SEG-TWP RGE : 05-29 19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDINO TAXES Name( I) In wNch auesaad: JAMES EVANS JR. Unlaaa such cartlflcale lhd be redaemlld aoootdlnO to '.,. property dMatMid In such oet1lflcata shall be lold to .,. highest bidder at tha Jury AucMonum 2nd Floor 0eorve E EdQIICOOO Courthouse BOO Eul Twiggs Slreat. Fl 33602 on lha 2Mb dlly of Aulalll 201 Q. Ill I 0:011 A.M. (N()TlC : 1'\eaM ca1 8, 3 1 278-8 oo .-t. 48()i to -"Y .. loc:lllton) you -a ..,--, wilt! a who neech .,., ac c c JTillnOdetlon In oniat 10 par1:ldpaile In INa po C I Ill lg, you -antldad. .c no COlli to you. to 1118 ptOteton of_,.., .. ._. ,._. COf1CIIct ttle a.rtr'a ADA 101 L ICannedr 8lwd.. ,..... Aartda. (813) ...,... -. two ........ prtortolhadalalha-*'a .. Meded: yau -...... Of ... llftpalr...s. call 11 I Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! can 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AYONLAD'fOEOAOIAeYAHOO.COM Hiring 1 ,OOO's TmmedTatalY (813) 965-7991 Can t Find A Job? Need Money Now ? (Felons Welcome) DOC Court Ordered Community Service Hours Available Drug & Sex Offenders Accepted Wednesday's 0 12:00 p.m. Tampa Park Plaza 11499 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that BRAUNTON MANAGEMENT, LLC 18604, the holder of the tollowing certifteate has tiled said certificate tor a tax deed to be issued thereon The certdicate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names in which ij was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 081279.0004181333 5902 81333.5904181333.59011 CertHicata No.: 103961..()5 File No : 201D-617HX Year ol Issuance : 2005 DHc:rlptlon of Property: W 1/3 OF E 318 OF S NE 14 LESS ROAD RIW AND LESS N 323 FT THEREOF SECTWP RGE : 15-28-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nama(l) In wNch &SMSMd: JAMES R RINI MAAOUERrTE RN SCOTT V R1H1 AUXAHOAA TODO Ur*SS IIUd'l c:ertilic:8le ...... be redeemed 8ClOClt'dng 10 'lhe property delatled in IUd1 c:ertilic:8le ...... be 5'*1 to lhe highest bidder Ill .,. Jury Audilonum. 2nd Floor, Gaotoe Coulhoua. BOO Eul SlreM. T8ft'4)8. R. 33602 on lhe 2Mb d-r of heW' 2010. at 10:1!0 A.M. (N()TlC: Alee cal ( 813) 276-8100 .. 48()i 10 -'Y .... Br TERESA L a.ARK yau- ..,-_,wilt! who ,.... My -nodl.clol In --to In thta pooc:eedlfl9. yau _.........,.CnoCOIIltoyou.tottle I ltlt -. ,.... cont8ct ttle a.rtr'a ADA 101 L ICannedr 8MI., 'hnlpa Alii*. (81J) .......... -. lwO -'dng.,.pllortolhadalalha -*'a .. Meded; yau -...... Of ..,. lnlpalrad. call 11,. For sale Busch Gardena Area 2 Bedroomf1 Bath House Large Den Fru i t Trees Fenced, Storage Room $78,000 .00 FOR R -------2 Bedroomf1 Bath Section 8 OK WID Included Gated, Pool Screened Patio Tiled Floors (813) 960-8490 NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ABBOT KINNEY MANAGEMENT, LLC 12318 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate lor a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance. the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 041757.0000 & 41763.0000 Certificate No.: 134586-07 File No.: 201().618 Year of Issuance : 2007 DHc:rlptlon of Property: COM AT THE NW COR OF THE SW 14 OF THE SE 14 OF SEC 3 TWP 29 AGE 19 THN AL.G THE W UNE OF SO SE 14 S 30.00 FT THN ALG A UNE PIL WITH AND 30 FT FROM THE N UNE OF SO SW 14 OF SE 14 E 513.40 FT FOR A POB THN CONT AL.G SO UNE E 87. tr7 FT THN S 222.10 FT THN E 75 .00 FTTHN S 100 .00 FTTHNW 162..87 FT THN N 322.10 FT TO POB LESS THEW 12 FT THEREOF FOR RIW SEGTWP-AGE: 03-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTAHDMG TAXES Name(& ) in wtoictl ..-!: SALJ'EA AND SALJ'EA PROP&I....,.,_,..,,rvr INC. IXolea aucto C*1ificala .... be redeemed 8ClOClt'dng .., .... lha PfOI*1Y delatled in IIUd'l oar1ific:alll ...... be Mild .., the h9l8St bidder at the Jury AudiiOitum. 2nd Roor, Gaotoe E. :6tjecoi1ib East T.WS S1raet. T8ft'4)8. R. 33602 on the d-r of heW' 2010. Ill 10:1!0 A.M. (NOncE: Please cal ( 813) 278-8100 ext. 4809 to --'Y sale tocation). yau- ..,-_,wilt! who ,_... ., C Ml c Whi In _.., til l*tlc.,..,. In thta you -....-..s,.CnoCOIIIIOyau.IO .. pnMelon of _,.., I 11 -. ,._. "T1 ::0 c }< c.. c w 1\) 0 .... 0 ., r 0 :2 fJ) m z ::::1 z m r I aJ c r r m ::::1 z ., c aJ c fJ) ::::z::: m c m < m ::0 < -t c: m en c llo z 0 ClOIII8d .. a.rtr'a c-.... ., 101 ICannedr ...... Flclrl*. ::0 (811} 27M100 .........._ 41115, lwO (I) c -'dngdilppllorto ........... .. ..adact; ,_ -._.... Of ..,. ........... call111. 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0 ,... 0 N 0 M ::::> c a: LL. c a: LL. c z cs: c C/) w ::::> ... > a: w > w c w l: C/) :J CD ::::> Q. z ...J ...J ::::> CD ...J w z w C/) C a: 0 ...J LL. co cb ,... w a.; NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ABBOT KINNEY MANAGEMENT LLC the holder of the following c ertific a te h a s f i led sai d certif i cat e lor a t ax d ee d t o b e i s s u e d the reon Th e ce rtif i c a t e num be r a n d yea r o f l ssu a nc.:>. the desc r i pti o n a t tho pr ope rty a nd the n a m es i n wh1c h i t w as a sse ssed a r e as f ollo w s : F o l i o N o.: 070145.0276 Ce rtif ic ate No. : File No : 2010-622HX Y ear of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: BRENTWOOD HILLS TRACT A UNIT I LOT 13 BLOCK 6 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0067 10033 SEC -lWPRGE 25-29-2 0 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a me(s) I n which assessed : NANCY LUCILLE O 'BRIEN Saod ptopot1y be ing I n tha County o f H 1 l ts borouQh Stal e of Floed In 5UCh c artllicale Shall bo 5<:*l t o !he hiQI>est bidde t at tha Ju ry Audll otlum 2 nd F loat Geotge E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 EA51 TwtggS Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 2mb dtrf of August 2010, a t Utl!QAM. ( NOTICE : Please call (813) 27&8100 e:a1 4809 t o verify sa te locatkln) Dated INs lib dtrf ol .IIIJx..l!l1jl By. TERESA l. CLARK Deputy Clwtl If you -. penon wlttl dleablllly wt>O eny ICc a mmodiiCion In order to powtlc..... In liM PfOC"dlftt. you -encltted. et no coM to you. to the prvwlelon ol ......,__ ....... contKt lh8 Clwtl' e ADA Coonllnatof, 101 E. Kennedy 8ML. T.mpe Florida. ,.,3) 275-1100 alenskln 4205. -(2) -nine.,. prtot to ... dlle81tte ..... .. .-.ct: you -Of we. lmpelrecl, c8ll 711 Town Home 3 Bedroom/2 5 Bath 1 Car Garage Fenced Back Yard Section 8 Accepted $1, 1 00 00/Monthly Cell (813) 956-5607 empa 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 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tha t ABBOT KINNEY MANAGEMENT LLC 12318 the hold e r o f the followin g cer11tlca t e h as hie d sa id ce rt i f ic a t e l o r a t ax d eed t o be i s sued th e reon T h o corti tica l e nu rnbor a n d y e ar o f ISsu a n ce the d es c ript ion o f tho p rope rt y a n d th o n arna s 1n wh ic h t1 wa s a ssess ed a r e as f o ll o w s : F olio N o 067454 0114 Ce r!lh ca t e N o 13867H7 F ile N o 2010-623HX Y ea r o f I ss ua nce : 2007 Description of Property : BUFORD PARK SUBDIVI S ION LOT 7 PLAT BOO K/ PAGE 0048/0016 SEClWPR G E 1 5 29 20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N amo (s) 1n whiCh assessed PHILLIP R SMITH TINA M SMITH SaKI ptoporty oono 1n '"" County o1 Hli l500tOUQI>. Stale ol Flo< Ida U niClM !lOCh C mod OCC OfdirlQ I O law. 1tlo ptopotty ., !lOCh c erllf\cale 1lhAll bo 5<:*l t o the bodcler a t !he Jury A..dlatlum. 2nd Float Geotge E Courthouse 800 EA51 T""'9QS S t reet Tampa. FL 33602 1tlo day ol AllgvJUOlO at 10;JIQ_A.M. ( N OTI C E P lease cal (813 ) 27&6100 ex1 4809 to"""!)' &4lo locabon) FRAN!( Clwtl Of The cnu. CO<.W1 HJIIebon)ugtl County. If you - penon wlttl dlutlllll'y wt>O eny In ord8r to pettlclpate In ,,... proceedln9 you prowtsion of ... .. ....... c:onted the .. ADA 101 E. Kennedr 8MS.. T.mpe Florida. (113) 275-1100 alenskln 4205. -(2 ) priot 10 ... ct.ea ltte ..... .. .-dad: If you -'-tnt Of we. lmpelred. c8ll n 1 elcome 3 Bedroom/1 Bath WDH CHA $750 00/Monthly FumlshediUnfumlahed 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Efficiency cau (813) 293-8431 f1W 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $675 00/Monthly Section 8 OK Swimming Pool Access Laundry Facility Water And Sewer Included Near Hillsborough River And' Busch (813) 390-4189 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, th a t PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC the h o ld e r o f tho f o ll o win g ce rtifi ca t e h a s f li e d s a 1 d c ert1fi c ato f o r a t ax d ee d t o be 1 s s u ed the reon Tho ce r!lh c a t o n um be r and you r ol1 s s u a n c e tho d e s wp11o n o f th e prop a rt y a n d the n ames lf1 wh1ch it was ass e ssed aro a s allows : F olio N o .. 171624 0000 C:ert1 h c ate No .. F1le No .. 20HHI25HX Y ea r o f I ss uan c e : 2007 Description of Property : SEDITA S UBDIVISION REVISED E 10FT O F L OT 2 AND L OT 3 AND N h O F VACATED ALLEY ABUITING THEREOF PLAT BOOK/PAGE 002910066 S EC -lWPR G E : 0619 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Namei5) Ill whiCh &55&5500 EDWARD JR. Saod proporty boong on !he County ol H a bborOUOfl Sta t e ol Ftonda Unicu liUCh c OfllfiCille lh4l bo r-..od oceotdonQ 10 law. 1tlo po boOde< 1tlo July 2nd Root E Cour1house 800 E.asl T ""'9'S Sir eel. Tampa_ Fl 33602 lhe 26V1 day ol AusN!tWO "' ( NOT IC E PIMM cal ( 813 ) 27&6100 .,., 4809 1 0 ...onty &4lo tocJibOn l you - penon wlttl dlutlllll'y wt>O eny -oodliticw In ord8r to per1icJpete In Itt Ia P' oc.dlitg, you 8ftlllled. 81 no coM to you, to a. prowtsion ol ........__ ....... cont8ct 1tt8 Clwtl.. ADA Coofdiitelot, 101 E. Kennedy BMS.. T.mpe Rortda. ( 113) 275-1100 ......... 4205. -(2 ) .. nwdecl; you -Of we. impeind. c8ll 71 1 3015 nc l Includes WIS/G 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $995 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposlt $225 ,00 Off Rent 1 Bedroom Rear Apartment $485 00/Monthly $200. 00/Deposit $200. 00 Off Rent Call(813)704-3370 or our ass Advertising Needs .... Call LaVora @ (813) 248-1921 Email: I edwards 0 flsentlnel.com NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES UC 11305 th e holder at the follow i ng certificate h as t i l e d sai d ce rtif ic ate tor a tax deed to be o s s u ed t h e r e on Th e ce rtif ic ate number a nd yea r o f i s s u a n ce the d e script i on of the pr operty a n d th e na m es i n which rt was as se ssed a r e a s f ol low s : F o li o N o : 152124. 0000 Cort1hcat e No.: F ile N o.: 2010-626HX Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: BEUMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 PB 10 PG 1 2 LOT 10 5 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 001010012 SE C -lWPRGE : 05-29-19 SUBJECT TO AU OUTSTANDING TAXES Namflis) on whtdl assessed : OARREU L WOODEN INEUWOOOEN Said ptoporty '-'II ., !he CotM1Iy ol H illsborough. Sta t e ol F tonda Unless 5UCII 08f1lflc8Je shal bo r-..od loOCOI'dlng 10 law. !he property delic:rbed In 5Udl oeniflcaJe shall bo 5<:*l 10 !he higNsl ,.,._ 81 !he Jury Audilonum 2nd Floor George E EOgacorrb Coutthouse. 800 Easl T ""'9'S su-. T 8ITipa. Fl 33602 !he 2HJ day ol August 2010, 81 10;00 A.M. ( NOTlCE Please cal ( 813 ) 27&6100 8111. 4809 1 0 S8le toca bOn ) Daled thrs lib day ol you - penon wtltt dlublllty wt>O eny -noodliticwt In order to In lttie you eniiiiMf, 81 no coM to you, to lh8 prowtsion ol ...................... contKt ltte Clertr'a ADA 101 E. Kennedy BMl. 'hmpe Ronda, ( 113) 2.,...100 ......... 4205, -(2) -'dng.,. prtotto ......... ..... .. nwdecl; you -Of we. lmpelrecl, c8ll 11 1 South Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Townhouse WasheriOryer Hookup Fenced Patio Section 8 Ready $850 00/Monthly can (813) 451-9201 2, 3 And 4 Bedroom Section 8 Welcome For Details can 813-287 GFHn Light R tty LLC NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thai PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES UC 11 305 the holder of the following certi ficate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to bo issued thereon The certificate number and year ol issuance. the description at the property and the names in which rt was assessed are as tallows : Folio No.: 04n06.0000 Certificate No.: 135292-07 File No.: 2010-627HX Year of Issuance : 2007 Deecriptlon of Property: CLAIR MEL CITY UNIT NO. 31 LOT 24 BLOCK 5 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 003510018 SEC-TWP-RGE: 36-29-19 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Narne(s ) in whidl assessed: HUGO CASADO JOSE F. DIAZ DE LA ROSA Said property bOOg in !he CotM1Iy ol Hilsborough. Slate ol Florida. Unless such certificate shaB be redeemed according to law, !he property desct1bed in such certificate shall be sold to !he higNsl bidder al !he Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor. George E Edgecomb eo..thouse. 800 Easl Twiggs Street T.,.,a. A. 33602 lhe 2llb day ol August 2010 al 1 0;00 A.M. (NOT1CE: Please cal (813) 276-S 100 ext. 4809 to _.;ty sale kxalion) whonaadaany_...........;lnorder to .. In ... p!OCMdng. you -anllllad, -coal to you, to .. prvwlelon ol 5 ............ coniKt lh8 a.tc .. ADA CcwAcMt....,, 601 E. Kennedy BMl. 1Mipa Ronda, (113) edalasion 4205, two (2) -'dng clap prior to ........ ..W:. Ia I.-clad; you-'-tng or we. lmpelrecl, c8ll 711. 4105 East Comanche 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths CHA Fenced Backyard $1, 150/Monthly $500. 0010eposit Section 8 Welcome can (813) 833-3927 tl.: 3503 Eut 11th Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath All Appliances AIC, Washer Hook-up And More All This On A Large Shaded L9t $600. 00/Monthly Drfve By Muat ShOW Proof Of Income

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t ha t SAUTERNES V LLC M 2289 the h o ld er o f t h e t ollowmg cert1hcate h as til ed said ce r u l i c a t e t o r a t ax deed t o bo 1 ss u ed t hereon Th e cert1hc a t e number and y e ar o l 1ssuanc e t h e d esc np t ion of the property and t h e name s 1n whiCh 11 wa s assessed a r e as follows : Folio No.: 158372.0000 Certlllcate No.: 125751H>6 File No.: 201 ()-628HX Veer ol lsauance: 2006 Description ol Property : HI G HLAN D P INES R EVISED LOT 63 B LOCK 2 SEC. TWP RGE : 09-29-t9 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDtNO TAXES Name( s) I n which IISS8SSed DOREEN MCKENZIE ERIC MCKENZIE Said property being In the County 01 H lllsbon:lugh Sta t e ol Rondo Unless such certificate shal be redeemed accO6 rue N o 2010-630 Voar o l I ssu ance 2006 Deacrlptlon ol Property: S OF N h OF SE OF N E SEC TW PR GE : t 9-2S.2 t SUBJECT TO All. OUTSTANDING TAXES Namo( 1) In which a JOHN W HAMMON SaJd property being In the County 01 Hll5borouQtl S I 01 Florida Unless such ce (J) m z :j z m r-1 aJ c r rm :j z c aJ c (J) ::t m c m < m JJ < -4 c m (J) c )> z c 'T1 JJ c m .....

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0 .,.... 0 C\1 c) M ::::> -, c a: LL c a: LL c z < c CJ) w ::::> > a: w > w c w CJ) :::; m ::: z t; :::t ::: m ..J w z w CJ) C a: 0 ..J u. m 0 N w CJ EGAL NOTICE PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE Th e Hill s b o r o u g h Co unty Ca nv ass in g B oard will m ee t o n the f ollo w i n g da t es t o cond u c t l og i c a nd acc ur ac y t es ting o n the vo ting a nd t a bul atio n sys t e m can v ass and p r ocess a bsent ee ballo ts, ca nv ass a n d p r oc ess pr ovis i o n a l ballo ts, ca nv ass e l ec tion r e turns, ce rtify e l ectio n r es ult s a nd r ecei v e q u eries fro m the p u blic f o r the Aug u s t 2 4 2 010 Prim a ry Electio n Th e m ee ting s will t a k e p l ace a t the Hill s b oro u g h Co unt y Supe rv iso r o f E l ectio n s Robe rt L. Gi ld e r Elections S e rvi ce Ce nt e r l oca t ed a t 25 1 4 N o rth Falken b ur g R oa d, T a m pa, F l o rid a T h e m ee tin gs a r e op e n t o the p ubli c August 4, 2010 at 11 : 00 a.m T h e Canvass m g Board w ill m ee t t o c o n du c t a l ogic a n d acc u r acy t est o n the a ut o m a t ic vo tin g a n d t abu l atio n s y s t e m tha t will b e u se d t o r eco r d a n d t abu l a t e vo t es for ea rly voting e l ection da y voting a n d a bse nt ee votin g T h e Boa r d may a lso dis cu ss othe r matte r s r e l ating t o t h e Augus t 24 20 1 0 Pr i m a r y E l ec t io n August 18 2010 at 11 :00 a m. Th e Canvass i ng B oa r d will m ee t t o canvass a bsent ee bal l o t s a nd r eceive que r ies fro m the p u b l ic about t he abs e n t e e ballo t s for the Aug u s t 2 4 20 1 0 P r i mary Elec t t o n All abse n t ee ballo t s r eceived f o r t h is e l ec t i o n prio r t o Aug u s t t 8 2 0 t 0 w tll be ca nvasse d a t tt : 00 a m Any membe r o f the public who wish es t o exa m i n e these ballo t s s h o ul d b e p r ese n t n o l a t e r tha n 11 : 00 a m Th e b allo t s wil l be processed immediately after the ca nv ass o f the ballo t s ; how e v e r t h e y w ill n o t b e co un t e d unt t l 7 :00p. m o n Augu s t 2 4 20 1 0 August 19, 2010 at 9 : 00 a m Th e Canvassing Board will m ee t t o pr ocess a bsen t ee ballo t s r ece iv e d f o r t his elec t io n p r io r t o Aug u st 1 8 2 010 Any memb e r o f t h e pu bli c who wishes t o e xamtne these ballots s h o uld be pr ese n t no la t er than 9 :00a. m Th ese b allots w tll b e proc esse d o n Augu s t 19. 2 0 1 0 ; h o w ver they will n o t be coun t e d un til 7 :00p m. o n A ugus t 2 4 20 1 0 August 20 2010 at 2 :00p. m.-Th e Ca nva sstng Boa r d will mee t t o ca nvass an d pr ocess the absen t ee ballots recetved f or t his e l ec t io n prior t o a n d on A ugus t 2 0 2 010 A ny m embe r o f the public wh o wtshes t o exami n e th ese ballo t s should be p r esen t no la t er t han 2 : 00 p m These ballot s will be pr ocessed on A ug u s t 20, 20 1 0 ; h o w eve r they w ill no t b e co untec; un t i l 7 :00p. m on A ugus t 24 2010 August 21, 2010 at 9 :00a. m.-The Canvasst ng Board wtll me e t t o process absen t ee ballo t s recetved for this election pnor to and o n Augu s t 20 2 010 A ny member o f the publiC wh o ltShe s t o e x a mtne t hese ballot s sho uld be present n o later tha n 9 : 00 a m These b allo t s will be processed on A ugus t 21. 20 1 0 ; howeve r they wtll no t be c ou nted until 7 :00p. m on Augus t 2 4 20 t 0 August 22 2010 a t 9 :00a. m (tf n ece sary)-Th Canvasstng B oard w1ll moet t o procoss abs nte ballo t s r ecetved for th is elect io n pnor t o and on A "'lll t 20 20 t 0 Any membor o f t h publoc wh o s h s to e xam1n t h se ballots shoul d be pr ese n t no I t ar th n 9 : 0 m These b Hot s wtll be pr ocessed on Augus t 22. 20 1 0 ; ho ever. they II no t be co un t e d unt i 1 7 :00 p m o n A ugu s t 20t0 August 23 2010 at3: 00 p m.-The Canvassm g Board wtll meet to canvass and process t he absen tee ballots recerved for this elec u on pr io r t o and on A ugust 23 20 1 0 A ny member of the publiC ho tshes to examtne these ballots should be present no later than 3 :00pm. These ballots VIII be processed on August 23 2010 ; ..ever they n no t be counted unti l 7 :00p. m on Aug ust 24 20 1 0 August 24 2010 at 3 :00p. m The Canvassmg Board VIII meet t o canvass and process the absen ee ballots receiVed for this election prior to and on A ugust 2 4 20 1 0 A ny member of t he pu IC vho shes to examme these ballots shou l d be present no later than 3 :00p. m These ballots Wlll be pr ocessed on Augu s t 24 2010 : howeve r they II no t be counted unt il 7 :00 p m o n Aug us t 24 2010 August 24, 2010 at 7 :00 p m.-The Canvass ing Board w111 meet t o canvass all remammg absen tee ballots recerved subseq uent t o the las t Canvass i ng Board meeting Any member of t he pu te who WlShes to exam10e lhese ballots should be p resen t no la t er t han 7:00 p m The Canvassing Board will then begin the tabulat i on lor a ll ballots lor the A ugus t 24. 20 I 0 Pnmary Eloct ton August 25, 2010 at 11: 00 a.m (rl necessary) The Ca/MISSlng Board til meet tl nece-ssary t o or ae1 on any maners relat i ng t o the Augus1 2 4 20 1 0 P nmary E1ect1011. August 26, 2010 at 4 : 00 p m.-T he Canvassmg Board Wlll meet to canvass and proc:ass the proYlSI008l ballots cast lor this elec1ion Any member o f the public who WIShes t o amrne these ba llots shoWd be present no later than 4 :00 p m P rocess i ng of these ballots will beg i n i mmedia t ely al1er they are canvassed AI the of the provis i onal ballo1 canvass and proc essing. t he Canvassing Board 1 meet to certJfy the unof1bal results of the Augus1 24 2 010 P r imary Election. Augutat 27, 2010 at 1 :00 p m (if nece-ssary)-The Canvassmg Board til meet 1 f necessary to discuss or ael on any matters rela t ing to the Augus1 24. 2010 Pnmary Election Augutlt 28 2010 lit 9 :00 a m (if necessary ) The Ca/MISSlng Board q mee rl necessary o diso.Jss or aCl on any maners relating to the Augus1 24 2010 Primary Elect ion The canvassing Board may need t o re<:onvene I t imes or da t o ther than those specdied above. If so. the date and 1 me will be posted at: the ma i n offiCe o l t he Supervisor of Elections loca ted on t 1 h floor of t County Centef at 601 E Kennedy Blvd i n Tampa : the Elec1ioos Service Cent r in lobby o f the Hillsborougll Coun Courthou ; and on the Supervisor of Elec1ions website at www. vo t If any elector or candldate pre nt 1 t t l apparen1 on the V o ter' s Certificate he or she may a t ny l i lhe Canvassing Board a pro t es t ins 1 th nvass o l ucn he or she believes such ballot t o i l 1. No chat accepted al1er the ballot has been removed from the mamng NOTE : Persons are advised that if they wish t o appeal any decision made by the canvaSSing Board durtog t he canvass o r absen t ee ballots provisional ballots or the logic and ccu cy t they I need a record of the pr oceedings and lo r such purpose they may need t o nsur& tlla1 wrbatlm record o f the proceedings is made. wtlich reco rd includes t he t est imony and evidence upon wtlich the a 1 is to be based. per 5ectioo 286 0105. F lorida S t a tut es. 4009 ast Hanna 4/1 CHA T i le Floor s Fenced Ready To Move $800 00/Monthly $500 00/Depos it (81 3) 385-2298 Ia/ .:.rt Lennttrd Supervisor of Elec:11ont Hillsborough County 3418N.49th Stntet Section 8 Only 3 Bedroom s/ 1 B ath CHA WOH Fenc e d Y ard Call (813) 713-4055 Or (813) 735-5295 3 Bed r oo m s/ 1 Ba th H o m e D e n CHA Til e Priv a t e Fenc e W as h er/ Drye r Hook up S ec tion 8 Only Call (813) 843 2309 Or (813) 842 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No. : 2009-18653 DIV D DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY As Indenture Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust Series 2007-3SL, without recourse (Plaintiff) vs. NADJIBA ABAWI and ABDUL GHANI ABAWI, a/k/a ABDUL G. ABAWI and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ABDUL GHANI ABAWI a/k/a ABDUL G. ABAWI; BOYETTE CREEK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION INC ; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, i n posse ss i o n of the s ub j ect rea l property AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pu r s u a n t to th e F in a l JudgmenV O rder entered i n the above n o t ed case th a t I will se ll the follow i ng property situ a ted i n H ill sboroug h County F l orida described as : LOT 9 BLOCK K OF BOYETTE CREEK PHASE 2 ACCORIDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 97 PAGE(S) 3-10 INCLUSIVE OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. at publ i c sale to th e hi g h est and best b idder for cash at 2 : 00 P M on th e 2nd Floor R oom 2 0 2 in th e George E. E dgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs S treet, T ampa, Fl o rida 33602 on August 16, 2010. Th e hi g h est bidder s h a ll immedi ately pos t with th e Cl erk a depos i t eq ual t o five percent ( 5%) of the final b i d Th e deposit must be cash o r cashie r' s check payable to the C l erk of the Court. Rna l paym en t mus t be m ade by 12: 00 p m the next business day ANY PERSON CLAlMING AN INTEREST lN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST ALE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS A FTER THE SALE. ATTN : PERSONS WITH DISABIUTIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PART1CIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING YOU ARE ENTTTl.ED AT NO COST TO VOU TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFACE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED TOO AT (813) 2n-6'169 OR A.ORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. D ated this 1WJ. day o f July. 2010 1708 cast ldell-s-treet 4 Bedroom/ 2 B a th Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 727-6782 PAT FRANK, CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/ ANNE KACZMAREK DEPUTY CLERK YOUR ADVERnSEMENT CONTACT LAVORA 0 {813} 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT

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FLORIDA SENTINEL SECTION 65 YEARS SERVING TAMPA FRIDAY JULY 30 2010 c Cleveland Elementarv School Prin ipaJ Hon r D Edison Elementary School th PARJ AZEK PARENTS: Dora G.-.nt and Martin r. d GRANDPARENTS: Thom and Barbara Dixon and P ter ()sue. HOBBIES : It dins, bopplq, Talldns on tb Phon and H OR: Honor Uslq th mputer. Roll p n -of Pr i hrl It i th mark of an e du at d mind t b abl to nt rtain a thought ith ut HO OR: Prin ipnl Honor kc)U. PARE : Oonn It William nnd tcphanl fngl to G RANDPARENTS: Earlie and Brenda Williams. HOBBIES: Singing and Softhall. CHUR H: House of Praise hurch Of God In Chris t. Hillsborough High School H BB Hanging with friends, running. playing golf. knrat nd playing video H R H : Beul h Bttptist Institutional urch. D Mitchell. GRANDPARENTS: Martha Taylor, Albert Vann, and Betty Sharp. HOBBIES: PlayStation 2 and 3; Reading, and Learning. CH RCH: Galilee Baptist Church. Horace Mann Middle School ANTHO WHEATLEY First ni n f' -Bap hurch.

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0 Roll ; => Middle School J . c a: LL 0 CHARLEST. BELLAMY, JR. HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Rhonda Sims and Charles B ellamy, r. GRANDPARENT : Bastian. Bellamy, Sims-Jenkins and Lovett Families. HOBBIES: Basketball, Bowling. and Skateboarding. CH RCH: ew Hcthll P:\IB hurh. E o Robles Elementarv School wHo Tnb rna-DEL VAUGHN JOHN ON JR. HONOR: PrinclpaJ' Honor RoU. PARENTS: D !vaughn and Ti ha John on. GRANDPARENT : lla, Roland Park K-8 FAITH H ENDRIEX HONOR: High Honor Roll. P RENTS: () varu lhu t und Paul llendriex. GRANDP RE T : Jenkins, ims, Hcndriex, and Lovett Families. IIOBBI :Talking, Shopping, ommunity olunteer \Vork, chool Organi7.ation ctivitic.. ... HUR II: ewBthIP. 1.R. Chun: h AM DREW: 'pal Honor 110 OR: Principal's Honor R o ll PARENTS: Mr. and 1rs. C Bl ythe (S !via) Andrews, Ill. GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. G loria Andrews and the lute Mr. C. Blythe Andrew Jr.; and Mr. and Mr . Pet rkin (Jeanette) Berry. HOBBIES: Playing with her dolls and wat hing rv. II R II: llculah Baptist Institutionnl 'hur h. W f\' PhiliP Shore! Elementary ED RICA JACKSON HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll, itizenship, and Principal' ward. PARENT: edric Jackson. GRANDPARE : Jo eph and R enita William and Robert Troupe. HOBBI : : inging, Dancing, Reading, Writing. Bowling. he!.!'. AJI por and om-puler. Cll R II: Bibl Home. tudy at HONOR: High H nor RoU. don). Antoin nd and nd lug r t\ I Westshore Elementarv School LASHAY ANDERSON HONOR: Honor RoU. PARENT: Tiffany River s GRANDPARENTS: Linda Green and Donald Rivers. HOBBIES: Talking on the Phone, Doing Hair, and Cheerleading. CH RCH: 24th Avenue Church. Williams 1. B. Middle School AYLA REWS Swimming, mputer ulah Bap tInburch.

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P ete visits his neighborhood F a m ily Sup p ort a nd Resour ce C e nter (FSRC) to catch up o n his computer skil ls; while grandson M arlo n l earns, pl a y s and bui l ds friendships with oth e r childr e n F unded in pa rt by the Childre n's B o rd o f H i l lsborough County, FSRCs ar e w ar m invi t ing pla c es that offer a v ariety of fre e services like educationa l pi y groups, me n toring, mobi l e health servi c es, j o b skills trai n ing and much m o r e C all y o u r l ocal FSRC to l e rn more then visit th e Children's B oard o nl ine to get a FREE child's a dmission to th e Florid Aqu r i um ... .. Bec a u s e every child i s a Dr ea m Worth Growing. Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing Call or visit the Family Support and Resource Center near you today! Brando n 1277 Kingsway Road Br andon F L 33 510 Phon e: 813-740-4634 Central Tampa 1002 E Palm A ve. Tampa F L 33605 Phone : 813-204-1741 North Tampa 1401A E. Fowler A ve. T am p a FL 3 3612 Phon e: 813-5581877 Ruskin 2 0114th Av e South E ast Ruskin FL 33570 Phone: 813-641-5600 Town 'N Country 7520 W Wat ers Ave. Ste # 8 T a mpa FL 33615 Phon e: 813 -356 -170 3 :::0 c c... c !:( w 0 1\) 0 ..... 0 I 0 :II 0 l> CJ) m z z m I ID c I I m z m < m :::0 < c m CJ) c ?< > z c "T'' :::D c ?<

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Rivalrv Between Schools Moves To Classrooms Cl a: u.. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, the rivalry between two high schools graduated to a new level. This time the com petition was not on the foot ball field but in the classroom In January, a pilot program entitled Principal's Special Forces Team II, (PSFT) was implemented in collaboration with the Hillsborough County Publir School District by Ms. Jeannette Bradley, founder of CWWCB) What We Could Be, Inc The program was launched on .January 19th. and concluded on June lith. It was designed as a compe tition that pitted a group of Middleton High School Tigers against Blake High School Yel-low Jack e ts. Cl At the end of the s-month a: pilot program, the academic gains, attendance level school z involvement, parent involvec:t ment, and disciplinary records of the students were reviewed. Cl On July 10th, the participants were treated to an Awards ::::::> Breakfast at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County. a: w > w r-----------------------0 w I (j) \ After the information was gathered, it was determin ed that M iddil'ton High School made the most academic gains. Ninety p erce nt of its students improv ed th e ir grade point averages. Blake students improved their grade point av e rages b y sixty percent. Youngsters participating in the program from Blake High School were Sylvia Braddy, Chloe Warren, Reylah Eversley, Tayler Sheehan, Taylor McKay. Sierra Williams, Jordan Wortham, Mariah Horace. Meghan Garvey, Charly Estern. Tandrika Debrosse, Jeana Orti7., Alexandria Robinson, Dontay Jones, and Jordan Goins. Students representing Mid dleton High School were Gregory Lewis, Tellis Lawrence, Traevonte Boykins, Timotheus Williams, Heather Nelli, Rahul Sirigiri, Adrienne McLean, Shyenne, ScoH, Rickeshia Williams, Antonio Wingfield, Magalia Vance-Peterson, Keith Tutt, Marco Schoenoer, Jemarcus Thomas, Charmell Davis, An-gelique Davis, and Eric Green. Individual awards were presented to the most im provement s in every category. Traevonte Boykins and Timotheus Williams, of Middleton, tie d for fir s t place. The Top Tig e r Award was presented to Tellis Lawrence, who is a member of the \ arsity basket hall t eam. Jordan Goins cap tured the title of :'vfost Gains from Blake High Scho ol. H e im proved his gra d e point average from 1.4 to a :.!-46, ou tp e rform ing students at both sc h ools. Ill' was pr ese nt ed a specia l gift certifi ca t e to Outback Steak hou se to takl' his parents to dinner. The Top Yellow Jacket Award was presented to Calvin Johnson, who is a member of the varsity football team Ms. Bradley sai d this is the second time her organiza tion has partnered with the School District in an effort to The Middleton High School student" were judged u th PSFT aoto Champions Shown in this photograph from left to right are: Timotheu WiiJiams. Jemarc:us Thomas, Marco Sboener, Adrienne McLean, AngeUque Davis Charm II Davis. and HeatheT Neill. Maaplia Vance-Peterson is shown on the front row. Channell Davis, of Middleton High Schooi: participated In the pilot program. s / aitU\ 'Ot\ley;. a R htllng nach rat Blk HIKh School, pnrtlcl(>ntt.>d in the J>rogram improve the academic standing of s tudents "Because of the School Dis trict 's willingness to think "outside-the-box" last year, WWBC, Inc., was able to im prov e upon the model. This allowed building more evidence to s how how life and academic coaching can impact student performance in schools." Ms. Bradley further sta ted that her goal is to imple ment the program on a larger scale. She hopes to allow this group of students to serve as mentors for incoming 9th grade students. "We think we an impact an entire class where in 4 years, the students will be influenced in a positive way. We want to train the students to become junior coaches on both cam puses." She further stated that the program involved the parents as well as students. Ms. Bradley was assisted by her Intern, Ms. Whitney Anderson, a Blake graduate who is currently attending St. Leo's College on a full scholar ship. All of the students were pre sented awards for participat ing in the program. hm\'11 in thi! photograph from left to right are Mrs. Barbara mith. f J nn tte Bradley found r of\VWBC, and Angelique ,,. f Middleton Htgb ool.