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--Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:z: c a: 0 ....1 u. VOL. 65 NO. 100 FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 2010 48 PAGES 75 Historic Church To Hold Final Senice SEE PAGE 3-A Judge Is 1st On National Shriner's Board SEE PAGE 3-A 'NoTu Holiday' Reduced To One Week SEE PAGE 9 A African Proverb Youth Is Hope ; Old Age Is Rememberance eparate cci ents eave en n .. ritica on ilion SEE PAGE 12-A B. E. S. T. PROGRAM HAS GRADUATION CEREMONY The Brain Expansion Scholastic Training (B. E. S. T.) Program held its Sum mer Program Graduation and Student Recognition on Tuesday at the HOPE Community Center on N. 22nd Street. The B. E. S. T. Program is an East Tampa Initiative that focuses on engaging middle school and high school stu dents in health care careers and enhancing their academics using memory skills and chess. The program was founded by Dr Dexter Frederick. His assistant, Olivia McAnuff, center, is shown with the students: Abigail Dean Resea Grandberry, Erica Grandberry Daniel Dean Judah Dean Carleton Carter Jordan Gleaves Jelessa Oates Destinee Spruell Aundrea Harris Janae Jones, Daniel Ramirez and Pedruchka Raymond. (Photography by BRUNSON)

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Features Commissioners Vote Unanimouslv To Rename librarv In Honor Of Late Sentinel Chairman BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Wednesday, the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners listened to a request by City Council Chair, Thomas Scott, on the renaming of the College Hill Library in honor of the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., Chairman of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. Mr. Andrews passed in January 2010 after a lengthy illness, and Councilman Scott was the first to step forward with a proposal to honor him with the r e naming of a street or building in his honor. "Mr. Andrews touched many lives in the community and this is a small way to pay tribute to him. The Council voted unanimously to support the initiative and we've received the full support of Mayor Pam Iorio. We want you to take this into consideration for a man who definitely left his mark on the people and city of T a mpa." Scott also asked commissioners to address the issue of funds for the library. C. BLYfHE ANDREWS, JR. In their evening session, Commissioners voted 6-o to rename the library in honor of 0 a: LL Mavor To Present East Tampa Progress Report 0 On Tuesday, August 10th, Mayor Pam Iorio will speak at the East Tampa Community C Revitalization Partnership en meeting and give her progress report to the community for 1--East Tampa. >-This is ex p e cted to b e a: w > w 0 w :I: en :J Ill :J a. z tu ...J ...J :J Ill I ...J w z i= z w en Mayor Iorio's final visit to the East Tampa community before her tenure expires in March 2011. ETCRP Chairperson Evangeline Best, s aid it i s ve ry important that the entir e com munity of E ast Tampa co m e t o < 0 a: 0 ...J LL Automobile Accidents All Serious Injury Claims Wrongful Death Nursing Home Abuse Medical Malpractice Slip & Falls Tuesday' s meeting and address the Mayor with things they are concerned about in their neighborhood. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m and will b held at th e Ragan Park Center 1200 Eas t Lake Avenue www.stringerlawfirm.com Before choollng a lawyer ask lor writtan infonnation about the lawyef a legal qualifications and explllience. Mr. Andrews, led by Commission Chair. Ken Hagan. Director of Libraries, Joe Stines, said usually this is an issue that goes before the board for review of the individual's public record "The members feel the pub-lic record of Mr. Andrews is clear and there is no need for further research. The back issues of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin are among our most valued collections: Without the board taking a vote, we endorse this proposal." Comm. Hagan said there is a lot of history between the Andrews family and the library and this is a fitting way to pay tribute to him. Comm. Ferlita said this is well warranted and well deserved. His service to the public is Wimams Yulee upbring i ng and some cttn:onn1m well documented. He was a customer of mine in the 1980s, and if there was a need for him to support an issue, he would." Comm. Ferlita also raised the issue that the library is in need of repairs. "We dollars and in tribute to Mr. Andrews, I think we need to look at some dollars for repairing and refurbishing the library." Stines agreed and said the building does need expansion and its use has grown over the years. "If this library is to serve as a tribute to Mr. Andrews, the works need to be done," added Comm. Ferlita. Commissioners Kevin Beckner and Mark Sharpe agreed with their colleagues, saying this would be a worthy recognition for him and the Andrews fanilly. has prac t iced law i n the of Rorida for the past 19 years and has an extensive background as a public servant serving as an Ass i stant Publ i c Defender Assistant State Prosecutor and as a Private Attorney Becom i ng a Judge will be the ultimate accomplishment and I wish to cont i nue my career i n that capacity To leam more about William Yulee you can go to www.Vote4Yu l ee .net CONNIE HILL KEN ANTHONY

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Features Members Of Historic Church Judge Is 1st From State Elected To National Shriners Board BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the Ancie nt Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystics Shrine, Inc. will h o ld their 117th Imperial Council Session beginning on Monday, August 13th More than 15,000 members will converge on Tampa. The convention will be wel comed and hosted by national board member, Judge Eric Myers, Imperial Second Cere monial Master the Harram Temple No. 23, and the Harram Court #96. Judge Myers, who was elected to the national board in 2002, said a calendar will allow residents to join the Shriners in convention-oriented events "Members of the Prince Hall Shriners, which is the largest African American group, are pleased to come to Tampa and I am proud to represent Tampa and the state in quest to become the first National President from Florida." He also stated that the conven tion is three-fold in that the Shriners will have events planned, the Daughters of Isis (women s auxiliary) will host JUDGE ERIC MYERS ... Imperial Second Ceremonial Master their convention, and the youth component will host their con vention as well. Judge Myers, the first member of the organization from the State of Florida elected to the national board, said this is the first time that Tampa will host the convention. He further stated that it is currently dis cussing the possibility of return ing to Tampa in 2014. Some convention highlights includes the Diabetes Walk on Saturday morning youth, male, and female competitions and drill s, health screenings, and a Shriner's Ball On Wednesday the organization will present 1,000 book bags to the Hillsborough County Public School District. The bags are designated for low-income students at Robles an d Potter Elementary Schools and Sligh and Van Buren Mid dle Schools. "We work with so meone in every city we vis it to donate bookbags." Judge Myers said he was drawn to the organization be cause of a desire to give back to the community. The organiza tion allows him to fulfill that de sire through several programs including its SAM (Shriners As Mentors) Program, Diabetes projects, and recently, the or ganization partnered with Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Inc. He is especially proud of the work the loeal chapter Harram Temple No. 23 has accom plished, such as being recog nized as the first place winner in charitable work and contribu tions. There are currently 235 Shrine Temples worldwide. A practicing judge in the Hills borough County Court since 2000, Judge Myers is married to Mrs. Shirley SanchezMyers and the y have a daugh ter Izabella. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... FREE ProiiJssitJnal StJI'IIictJ! Personalized Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No fee Investigators -If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus; Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Inci dents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... le B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week To Hold Final Services CJ) BY IRIS B. HOLTON -4 Sentinel City Editor In 1870 a group of former slaves established a place at worship at the intersection of Harrison and Tampa The vision of the late Rev. Thomas Warren Long, it was named the Bush Harbor Mission. Forty-three years later, in 1913, the structure was designated as a National Historical structure. Since its inception, the church has served its community through religious, social, educational, economic, and political causes. The facility was renamed the Mount Moriah A M. E. Church in the years that followed and a structure was built on Marion Street, between Harrison and Fortune Streets. The current structure was completed in 1913. In addition to the church, which was later renamed St Paul A. M. E Church, its congregation also built the old Harlem School on the property in 1925. The religious facility has stood on the corner of Harrison and Marion for the past 97 years. However the property has been sold and the congregation will conduct their final religious service at 506 1;:. Harrison on Sunday, August 29th. Robert "Pete" Edwards, Chairman of the Sub-Committee Building Transition Committee said The s tructure is not going to be torn down It will undergo reno vati on and then convert it into an historic community ROBERT"PETE"EDWARDS center. The new owners of the property are also going to dedicate a room or highlight the historic Harlem School after the construction is completed. "This is a win-win situation for the community. We will find a temporary place of worship until we find a permanent home." 6 Edwards, who is a lifelong member of the church, further C stated that the spirit of the l> people will not diminish because CJ'J of the new location. "We will !:2 continue to do the good work :::::! we 'v e done for the community as we have in the past." t;" St. Paul A. M. E. Church has m served as the host of prominent C: members of the National J= Association for the Advancement m of Colored People (NAACP) dating back to the segregation "a era and the Civil Rights c: Movement. Its congregation also m welcomed former President and Mrs. William (Bill) Clinton ::1: in 1996. m Its current religious leader is C Rev. Bryant A. Fayson, Sr. m If You Answer YES To Any Of The Questions Below -I Can Help! -4 c: m CJ) c FRED HAYES Realtor 18131 110D49 Future Home Realty Do You Need A Short Sale? )> z c c

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0 editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Flor i da 33605 (813} 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of Nat i onal Newspap e r Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subs c riptions $44 00 6 Month s Both Editions: $ 87 00-P e r Year Both Edi tion s O p i n io n s exp r essed o n ed itorial p ages o f th is n e w spape r by Columni s t s o r Gue s t W riters, do no t necessari l y r e f lec t the edito r ial s t a nce of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin o r t he Pu b lisher Monev Talks, And .. B e honest with yourself. Do you really believe a lessthan-reputable former CEO of a multi-billion dole lar business, a CEO who has been accused of every kind iX: of corporate malfeasance and mischief in Webster's LL Dictionary can spend no less than 28 million dollars of e z his own money and make off with the current Florida CC Republican gubernatorial primary? Yes, we do, too. Why do we think Rick Scott, former honcho of the erne battled Columbia/HCA Company, who was forced out ffi as boss because of an investigation which caused his :::::l company to fork up a 1.7 billion dollar settlement, is ..... > beating the pants off of his opponent present State At-a: torney Bill McCollum? Just look at the statistics. On his behalf, Scott has W spent enough to sail an aircraft carrier and still has yet to blink. Meanwhile, McCollum is not only out-mar:::Z:: keted, but authorities are warning him he can expect no more money from the state to float his campaign. m So, who should win this Republican primary? If you have to ask, you are worse off than we thought. But ask, z "Who bas a great chance of winning, based upon a wide smile (Scott smiles; McCollum winces), and pockets so ...J deep be needs a BP oil cap? Time' s up! What's your an...J swer? And if you don't want that answer to come true, you'd better vote in the upcoming election. Either that ...J or rename t)le State of Florida "Florida/HCA!" w z z w en <( e a: 0 ...J LL Countv Charter Review Board And Single Member Districtinu M ore than 20 years ago, Black Tampa voters grew tired of being left out of their city's political representation. So, they did something that Black Americans throughout the nation were d;ing. Black Tam pans united, petitioned City Hall and with a resounding combination of statesmanship and voting audacity, wrested from a tight-fisted white Tampa tradition the right to create single member districts, thereby guaranteeing the presence of Black faces in previously all-white Tampa politics. But that was Tampa during the late 1970's. This is Hillsborough County. The date has shifted to the 21st century. And the complexion has transferred from Black to Hispanic. Here recently, members of the Hillsborough County Charter Review Board was given the rare challenge of acting on a local Latin-Hispanic request to expand the 7-member County Commission to a 9-member commission, expressly for the intent to further guarantee the election of Latino County Commissioners. In a close vote, Charter Review members decided to retain the County's 7-member commission status. The rationale was simplistic. In terms of ethnic equality, l Hillsborough County has indeed, overcome. Has it rew ally? Have County Latin Hispanics who are 30 percent c:J of the county's population, really been politically overIf lookf'!d? Only time will tell. Sentinel Editorial Board Completes Its Work F or t h e past month or so the Florida Sentinel Bull e tin N ewspape r Editoria l B oa rd ha s been busy in t e rviewing and ch e cking the records of those seeking pub lic offi c e in the upcoming election. The ninemember Edit o rial Board represents man y y ears and a wide v ari e ty of politic a l e xperience s The Board sp e nt a g reat numb e r o f h o ur s vetting c an did a t es f o r all o f th e p o litical offices. C a ndidat es for jud g e s chool board county com mis s ioner state offices and federal offices. The Board was v ery diligent in their search for the best candi dates for all respective offices to recommend to its readers. The S e ntin e l endorsements are also intended for all vat-ers who may need some as sistance in deciding for whom to cast their votes. The Editorial Board took into consideration what candi dates had done for this com munity, what they plan to do for this community and made a sincere effort to de termine each candidate s ca pabilities to effectivel y represent this community. While the Florida Sentinel Editorial Board was con cerned with candidate s abil ities to represent the entire community the Board was sensitive to the needs of the African American commu nity and candidate s ability to address these needs. The Board was careful to toss out friendship personal ities, or personal agendas in I Timebomb Slowlv Ticking I S om e tim es, when it rains, it pours. And I'm not talking about th e weather. Was it only t w o w ee k s ago, d aily n ews p a p e r s sc r ea m e d with th e s t ory of tw o T a mp a p olice officer s w h ose lives were los t a t th e hand s of a y oun g Black man w ho se eyes never crie d ? W e Blac k p a r e nt s and g r a ndp a r e nt s wat c h e d th e TV, a nd th e n s t o l e n ervo u s g l a n ces a t eac h oth e r as we hid from e a c h oth e r th e qu es tion which w a s in o ur eyes. Lord why did it have to b e a Black man who did all those things? That was last week. This i s thi s week. And the foolis hn es s h a sn t stopped. This w ee k a young Blac k man who was lit up like a Christma s tree having s mok e d marijuana guzzled liquor and gulp e d down a Four Loko (wh a tever-in-h ell that was) hopp e d b e hind th e whee l of a car a nd sped off down a St. P e t e r s burg stree t to g o through a r e d light and s nuff out th e lif e of a fath e r and hi s three son s Almo s t imm e diat e ly, th e fath e r s famil y s a id it would find a way to forgive th e young Demetrius Jordan. Whe n w e heard that the victims of such senseless ignorance were a white father and his sons a tin y alarm went off in the back of our minds A voice mad e an ur g e nt plea, Lord please don t l e t th e y oung man who killed th a t f a th e r a nd his sons be Black!" But it w a s too l a t e God h a d not heard our prayer s. F or w h a t eve r reason God sa w fit, th e fool who h a d taken th e lives o f f our innocent w hite m e n was, ind e ed, a Bla ck man who when arre sted s eem e d to be oblivious to the entire situation. A few da y s later a y oung Black man snuffed out the liv es of eight co-workers in Manchester Connecticut. Somewhere either in m y room or in m y skull I h e ard a clock ticking. No, it isn't my paranoia An1erica is still one of the most dangerous nations to live in on the face of the e arth especiall y for Black m en. Mor e men who are Black go to j ail and l a nguish in pris ons in Ame rica than in an y oth e r n a tion in th e world in cludin g th e nations of Africa Mor eove r th e C ivil War which kill e d millions of Ame ric a ns ov e r the qu e stion of r a ce, is not y e t 200 y e ars old. What do e s that t ell you? favor of endorsing the best candidates for this commu nity and Black people The endorsements were unani mous among members of the Editorial Board. At the conclusion of vetting candidates for a respective race, the Board had open and frank discussion and debate o v er which candidates to en dorse No member of the Ed itorial Board is working in the campaign of any candi date The Editorial Board would like to remind all voters that the August 24th, 2010, elec tion is very important. A large number of offices that affect all of our daily lives are up to be decided. All voters are encouraged to vote. You can engage in early vot ing, voting by absentee ballot or go to your precinct and vote on August 24 2010. Vote early or vote on election day, but whatever you do vote. The Editorial Board of this paper invites all voters to consider our recommenda tions when voting. Well, I'll tell y ou what it OUGHT to tell y ou America is still a racist powder keg The wounds of America s racist angst have not com pletel y healed. Furthermore the same rascals assassins and thiev es continue to lurk in the shadows of our nation just as the y did during the early days of the 186o s. All the y need is a reason to strike the match which will start a new flame ... a new Civil War ... a new race war, in Amer ica. No, the fact that our nation now has a Black president w ould onl y b e an e v en greater reason to begin an Armaged don in America And the ra tionale would be obvious. V iolence would be started in order to defend white Americans from their African American brothers and sis ters. Many innocent Ameri cans would perish. America as we know it would die. And Hell would establish itself in what was once a nation of fre e dom! What must we do? We Black fathers grandfathers uncles and mentors must unite and go out into the streets to rescue the minds of our young Black sons We must mak e our sons belie v e that w e are not afraid of th e m and that most of all we love th e m W e must do this to sav e th e m and to sav e Ame r ica. And for th e m who laugh L e t America burn," I s ay, T ell that to your two year old grandson! Copyright 2010 The s ole Man Speaks!

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Republican Ballot Boleta Republicana .. Democratic Ballot Election Day August24 Dia de Elecciones 24 de Agosto Del. CONGRESO : PAAA VOTAim:S EN,DislluT0 4?"' ., .' CONOADO UNITED STATES SENATOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 47 (Vole for One) (Vole for One) SENADOR DE LOS EST ADOS UNIDOS REPRESENT ANTE EST A TAL DISTRJTO 47 (Vote po< Uno) (Vote po< Uno) Q W illiam EscofleWilliam Bill y Kogut Blair 0 Marco Rubio CJ J ames Grant FoR IN DISTRICT 1 \ 1 \ t---O __ Ire_ne G u_y_,---,-----------:1 PARA EN DISTRITQ,ll FOR VOTERS lN DISTRICT 6& REPRESENTATIVE IN DISTRICT 11 PARA VOTANTES EN 56 (Vola for One) REPRESENT ANTE EN CONGRESO DISTRITO 11 STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 56 (Vote po< Uno) REPRESENT:: DISTRJTO 56 A dams. Jr. (Vola po< Uno) 0 T o n y B u ntyn U Rache l V Burgi n QThomas C Cast ellano c._> Male Jollnson ., ., v -"' -<;.; . -.. PARA VOl:, ANTES EN DISTRITO 57' J<' STATEREPRESENTATIVEDISTRICT57 REPRESENTATIVE IN DISTRICT 12 DISTRJTO 57 REPRESENTJ: =SO DISTRJTO 12 (Vote po< Uno) 1 : (Vole po< Uno) CJ Todd Mat1 STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 12 (Yolo for One) SENADOR EST AT Al DISTRJTO 1 2 (Volt poi' Uno) Q KevinArma OJmNoonon FOR VOTERS IN DISTRICT' eo : "" STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT BO (Yolo for Ono) REPRESENT ANTE EST A TAL DISTRJTO BO (Vola por Uno) 0 Shawn Hal1ison CJT reySttoud STATE REPRESENT A nVE DISTRICT 61 (Volt for Ono) REPRESENT ANTE EST A TAL DISTRJTO 61 (Volt poi' Uno) QWi!Weatherford QKevinWr'ght STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT r7 (VoltforOno) REPRESENT ANTE EST A TAL DISTRJTO r7 (Volt poi' Uno) O.Jerefriah .s.r Guccione 0 Robert K McCIVVl OGregSieOOe Non Partisan Ballot Boleta No Partidista IIIOII'MTIINI RLIUCIUI 110 I'Nn'llm'A REFEIICIIIII CIRCUIT .MlGE, 13TH CIRCUIT GROUP 4 FOR YOI'ERSII LAOO VISTA (Volt forOno) PARA YOTAifTEI EN lAOC) VISTA DE LA CORTE CR:UITO 13 GRUP04 REFERENilUol T O INCI!EASE THE MAXUJU (Volt poi' Uno) ASSESSMEHT OF THE lAGO VISTA MAINTENANCe DISTRICT O lizRke o aa c v -The Boanl ol Tn..-o1 the u.go Visra Mai1ton;onc:e Districllhall haYo the autiOrily to COUNTY COURT JUDGE GROUP 10 ....., a tax no1 to exceed 1350 00 per anoom per (Volt for Ono) p;vcol. Proceeds--... JUEZ DEL CONOADO GRUPO 10 lobo used sololyforthebonefilolthe UlgoVosta (Volt poi' Uno) -District,"" """"""'monl and rna;n1an0nco or ccmrron.,... and to< 1uturo 0 Dick Greco, J r projoc1s to eohance the CMlr1lll awearonoo and 0 Unell Wllams-Yulee fund!on ol the neighborhood. FoRYOIERSII DlllRICT 2 REfERtNouM PAAA El IMPIJESTO MAxiMO S08RE LA PROPIEDAD EN PNIA YOI'AifTEI EltDIITRITO 2 EL DISTRITO DE MANTENIMIENTO DE lAGO SCHOOl,IIOARO MEMBER DISTRICT 2 VISTA (VoltforOno) E l Con!ejo Administrntiw del Distrito de MIEMBRO, JUNTA DE EDUCACION DISTRITO 2 Mantenimiento de u.go VISI2 tondrtlla lacullad do (Vole poi' Uno) OFrank HernandeZ 0 candy Olson FOR !IOfERBII Dl8liUCT PAAA YOI'NITES E1t DirTIUTO SCHOOl BOARD MEMBER DISTRICT 4 (Volt forOno) MIEMIIRO, JUNTA DE EDUCACION DISTRITO 4 (Volt poi' Uno) QRichardBartell 0JemltefLFIIIIenl 0 Klrloner oo impuoslo de hasta 1350.00 anuales sobre c:ada tooeno ros-url>oniz11do. Los ingreoos liocoles oblanldos so utilzartln Onieamonla para benoficio del Distlito de Mantooimiento de Uogo Veta, para ""'jonw y manlener en buoNis a>ndiclonos los espaciol conmos del dis!Jfto y para WM!I1ir en Mulos proyoc1os desllnadoo a mojomr Ia apariencla y ellunclonamleoto generl1l del vecindario. Q Y ESISI O NOINO -r1,_ Earl Le nnard Supe rvisor o f El e ction s 2514 N. Falkenbui'J Rd., Tampa, 33619 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 16th Floor, Tampa, 33602 813-744-5900 voter@hcsoe.org www.VoteHillsborough.org : fllR IN OlSTRICT. 1 PAAA vOTANTES EN 'DISTRJTO 1 '. BOARD OF COUNTY DISTRICT 1 (Vote for One) COMISIONADO DEL CONDADO DISTRITO 1 (Vote po< Uno) QSandra M urman 0 Trey Rus1ma11n FOR YO'IERS IN DISTRICT 2 BOARD OF COUNTY DISTRICT2 ('/<>lefor One) COMISIONADO DEL CONDADO DISTRITO 2 (Vote po< Uno) Q Voctor Crist Olinda Poar.oo BOARD OF COUNTY DISTRICT7 (Vole for Ono) COUISIONADO DEL CONDADO DISTRJTO 7 (Yolo poi' Uno) (_)Josh B urgin 0 Mark Sharpe UNITED STATES SENATOR (Vola for One) SENADOR DE LOS EST ADOS UN I DOS (Vola po< Uno) CJ Glenn A. BurkeH C:J Maurice A Ferre CJ Jeff Greene CJ Kendrick B ""'k REPRESENTATIVE IN DISTRICT 9 (Vote for One) REPRESENT ANTE EN CONGRESO DISTRITO 9 (Vola poi' Uno) QKathyCastnr Q Tm Curtis QValerieGoddard Last Day to Request Vo_te By Mail (Absentee) Ballot' to be mailed to you: August 18 Ultimo dia para solicitar que le enviemos una Boleta de Voto por Correo (Voto en Ausencia): 18 de Agosto Early Voting August 9-August 21 Votacion Anticipada REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 12 Ql.esley"Les"I.Ue r 9 de Agosto-21 de Agosto -(Vola for One) Ql en m z ::f z m ';" ID c: rrm ::f z ., c: ID r-Cii ::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c "TI c

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0 I PageS1x Tampa Chapter To Host National WACVA Convention Organization Pavs Tribute To Soldiers, Firelighters c a: LL. c z c:( c en w :;) 1-f:c w > .-w c w ::r::: en ::i m :;) ll. z j:: w ...I ...I :;) m I ...I w z j:: z w en a: 0 ...I LL. . IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During the third weekend of August, a Tampa Chapter of the Women's Army Corps Veterans Association will host their National Convention. This is the first time in the history of the organization that the City of Tampa has hosted the event. The 64th Women's Army Corps Veterans Association National Convention will convene on August 19-22nd at the Embassy Suites Tampa Westshore. Mrs. Susie McArthur, Chapter 88 President and Convention Chairperson said, "Thi s event is open to all women veterans who are associated with any military branch. Most of the women in the organization now are Korean or WWII veterans. We want women who are recent retirees or who are still active to get involved and keep this organization going ." Mrs. McArthur said 8o members, two of which are from Tampa, have died since their last convention. The Tampa members who will be remembered during a ceremony are Ms. Lenora Nagel and Mrs. Velma Jeffcoat. While Mrs. McArthur doesnit feel the military is for A. P GIBBS. ESQ. AMICITIA MALOONGIBSON, Ph.D. .. Luncheon Keynote Speaker everyo n e, s h e feels it will give structure to the lives of those who are undecided about the ir future. The convention will open with a company party on Friday. The Pallas Athene Luncheon will take place Saturday with LTC (Ret) Amicitia (Cita) MaloonGibson delivering the keynote address. The convention will close on Sunday with the President's Luncheon at 1 p.m. Anyone interested in participating in the event is asked to contact Mrs. McArthur before August 16th at (813) 464-0006, or call (352) 346-2985 or (352) 245-5480. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, m e mb e rs of the community gathered for a n awards ceremony at Buddy Freddy's R estaurant in Plant City. The eve nt was sponsored by God s Truth Is Marching On. Founded by Pastor Bennie and Evangelist Mary Washington, God's Truth Is Marching On, a Plant City based organ i zation, has been in existence for the past 36 years. Each year, the organization p ays tribute to individuals, both living and dead, who have made supreme sacrifices for th e ir communities and country. Pastor and Evangelist Washington recognized r etire d firefight e r s Captain Johnnie Mitchell and Division Chief Delmar Jackson. Captain Mitchell was honored for 25 years of servi ce to Plant City Fire Rescue Division Chief Jackson was also a member of the Plant City Fire Department a nd retired after 32 yea r s of service. Servicemen honored during the morning program were retirees: Msg. Lloyde McDonald, Jr., U. S. Army; SPC-4 Melvin E. Beall, U. S. Army; and Cpl. Wayne A. Plouffe, U. S Marines. Lance Cpl. Ronald G Holton, Jr., U.S. Marines, who was injured in Afghanistan in March 2010, and SFC Michael R. Richardson, U. S. Army, are active members of the military who were recog nized Three members of the U. S PERSONAL INJURY AN WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDE NTS SLIP AND FAll, OR M EDlCAl MALPRACTICE. ALL SERIOUS (813) 975-4444 1-8UU-lll-)4)2 722 r. 1 :uTc11t:n. Avt FlJJc)J2 l.COI\\ R FIRM IS RATED BY MARTINDALE HUBBELL, lGHEST RATING FOR LEGALABlliTY AND ETHICAL STANDARD, WORLDWIDE. The Nlrlng 1/ A lAwyer I s All lmport01tt Dcslc/Oit 11wt Sltould Not B t Sol u l y U1xm Adwntis c m ent. B efort You Decldle. A .llr U J 111 &nd You FREE Wr/111111 Informa tion About Ottr And L/CPL. RONALD HOLTON, JR. U.S. Marines . Injured in Afghanistan in March 2010 Army who gave their lives in service to their country were also honored during the morning program. They were Sgt Cory L. Clark, and Sgt. Samuel Valdez, both nati ves. SGT. DAVID CROFf, JR. U.S. Army ... Jan. 8, 1987 to Jan.5,2010 SFC. MICHAEL RICHARDSON ... u.s. ARMY Plant City Sgt. Cory Clark, 25, gradu ated from Durant High School in 2004. He was a member of the 585th Pipeline Company, 864th Engineer Batallion, and was working on a bridge in Afghanistan. He died on August 20, 2007. He was married to Mrs. Monica Clark and the father of 4 His mother, Mrs. Wrenita Codrington, attended the program Sgt. Samuel Valdez fell overboard on February 22, 2009, during a training mission. He was a 2004 graduate of Plant City High School. He was married to Mrs. Lynda Valdez, and the father of two SGT.CORYL. CLARK U. S .Army ... Feb. 7, 1982 to August20,2007 SGT. SAMUEL VALDEZ U.S. Army ... May 25, 1986 to February 22, 2009 CAPT. JOHNNIE DIVISION CHIEF MITCHELL DELMAR JACKSON ... Retired Fireman ... Retired rli'Cman children. His mother, Mrs. Guadalupe Regalado read the Scripture through tears. Mrs. Codrington comfort ed her stating Some days are better than others and days like these reaffirms what God said that He 'll alwa y s be there. Retired SFC Annetta D. Pigue, U S. Army, was an honoree and delivered the evening message. SRA Robin L. Croft, U S. Air Force, and sister of the late Sgt. David A. Croft, Jr., U S. Army, who died January 5, 2010 were both recognized. A graduate of Durant High School, Sgt. Croft was killed in Baghdad on January 5th, when insurgents attacked his unit. He was a lifelong resident BARBARA]. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defen e Farnil Law Per onal Injury Attorney & ounselor A1 Law ypres Point Office Park 10014 l Dale Mabry uite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 1bc o( a '"'")"eT i M in\J)OI'tant decision that sbould uoc be basc:d solely upon ..t.enimlCIJIJ. lkfore yctt decide, ask us to swd you free w nttn1 OtW' q.Wifieations andexpc:ricuce.. 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Homes Highlighted During Open House Event REV. WILLIE G. DIXON Several homes were highlighted on July 8th during an Open House Event. It was made possible through a paitnership between the Hillsborough County Affordabl e Housing, the Neighborhood Stablization Program, (NPS) and the COACH Foundation. The event was held at 7009 Flint u. Drive. c Reverend Willie G. z <( c en w => I-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m => ll. z i= w ..J ..J => m I ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL Dixon, Executive Director of the COACH Foundation, Inc., and Ms. Valmarie Turner, Director of the Affordable Housing Program of Hill sborough County shared the spotlight. Rev. Dixon said, The open house was held to highlight the purpose of the NSP and the use of the $19 million dollars that was awarded b y HUD and supported by Congresswoman Kathy Castor. The NSP funds will be used to purchase and rehabilitate foreclosed homes The homes will then be sold at an affordable price to qualified homebuyers. He further stated that appli cants do not have to be a first time buyers to qualify. Four newly constructed homes has been built in East Tampa. One of those has been sold and the sale is pending on another. Several rehabilitated homes are also available throughout Hillsborough County. For additional information and locations of the of COACH Homes, call (813) 254-3700, or visit the COACH Office at 1331 West Cass Street, Tampa, Fl33606 "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 Feel at ease knowing that you've got your daily finances under control. When it comes to managing your money, the key is finding the right balance. SunTrust can help with every thing from fast access to funds to daily balance alerts so you can budget effectively save automatically and manage stress. To find out more about how you can stay in control of your finances, visit suntrust.com/solid, call 800.SUNTRUST or stop by any branch to speak with a Sun Trust representative Live Solid. Bank Solid. Sun Trust Bank, Member FDIC. e2010 Sun Trust Banks, Inc. Sun Trust and live Solid. Bank Solid. 1'$ federally reglst red service marks of Sun Trust Banks Inc

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Ken Anthonv Ends One Journev 'No Tax Holidav' To Embark On New Venture Reduced To weekend For the past 25 years, Ken Anthony of Ken Anthony Insurance Agency, Inc. has pro vided insurance services and advice for citizens of the area through State Farm Insurance Agency On July 31, 2010, Anthony closed the door to his West Tampa office. Although Anthony has retired from State Farm, he has not left the insurance industry. He is affiliated with a local independent agency. Anthony will become an agent and prin cipal with Affinity Insurance, founded b y Connie Hill. While he is looking forward to offering a variety of insurance products and services, Anthony will be concentrat-KEN ANTHONY ing on business owners, offer ing business and commercial insurance of all types. Anthony is no stranger in the community as he has of fered his services in a variety of organizations. Anthony has served on the boards of Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Tampa Bay & Company, Inc., Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival, Hillsborough Community College and the Tampa Hillsborough Aviation Author ity. A Tampa native, Anthony graduated from Middleton High School, spent 7 yea rs in the U. S. Air Force and earned degrees from Eckerd and Chapman Colleges. For additional information on the agency, go to www. Affi n i tyl n sura n ceTampa.com or call (813) 989-7844. (See Anthony's advertisement in this issue). Site 01 Prime Time KickoH Classic Changed The site of th,e Prime Time Youth Football Kickoff Classic that will feature three teams coached by Deion Sandets, has been changed. Instead of the event being held at Hillsborough High School it will be held at Howard Blake High School, 1701 North Boulevard The event Will still be from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. with the preliminary rounds being pla yed Friday, August 6th, and the ch ampionship rounds pla ye d Saturday, August 7th. THE HOLY GHOST CHURCH OF COO PURCHASED WITH HIS BLOOD, INC. 3613 N. 23rd St.** TamP-a FL 33605 ( 813 ) 247 3055 Chur c h ( 813) 6 1 J 4600Cellu l ar Email: bishopandrews @live.com SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M Morning Service-11 :30 A. M Even i ng Service7:30 P. M. Bible Studv -Tuesday Evening Bible Band-7 :30 P. M Tl:tursday Evening -YPVI/W7:30 P.M 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry7:30 P. M EMBASSY '!'rMasflrmi"''tht ( o Pnfi Wors.hip W i t s Sunday Morning 11:00 1\.M. At The Crowne Plaza Hotel 10221 Princess Palm Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 For More Information Please Call VICTORY, UNITED AMERICAN FREE Will BAPTIST CHURCH, INC. 7504 Causeway Blvd.** Tampa, FL 33619 813.622.6815. SERVICE TIMES 10:00 A. M. -Sunday School 11:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Service 7:30 P. M. -Friday Night Prayer Bible Study EIDRESSW.E S. ovumm. Ed.s. Pastor/Teacher/Evangelist C : 813.323.5695 "A Growing Giving Church Reaching Lost Souls For Christ" Slater Debra 0 n Yao -Trustee Chair NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 912 East Fairbanks .. Tampa 33612 .. Comef" Of 9th And Fairbanks 1 Morning Worship 11 A. M. Wednesday Prayer Service 7-7:30P.M. Bible Study-7:30-8:30 P.M. The New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc Kingdom Life ELDER D. R. COSTON, Pastor (813) 425-5299 7402 N. 56th St, Bldg 700, Ste. 790 Tampa, Fl33617 VacaUon Bible School Aug. 11 ---15, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Worship---Sunday, 12 p.m. Men's Ministry ---Tues., 1. p.m. Women's Ministry -Wed., 7 p.m. askOnhowo.ol'll h :llwww.nhowo.ol'll BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The last time the "no tax hol iday" was approved for Floridi ans was in 2007. This year, the previous to-day period has been reduced to 1 weekend. It begins at 12:01 a.m., Friday, August 13th through midnight on Sunday, August tsth. State Representative Betty Reed said, The time limit is much shorter than it has been in the past For the last two years, we didn't have it at all. It's only a weekend, but during these economic times, every bit of sav ings is a help especially if a par ent has more than 1 child to get ready for school." BETIYREED State Representative vantage of the tax break but it does not applied to items pur chased within a theme park, en tertainment complex, public lodging establishment, or air port. Supplies include pens, pen cils, erasers, crayons, notebooks, notebook paper, legal pads, binders lunch boxes, markers scissors, rulers, com-1\) 0 ..... 0 The tax exemption applies to books and other school supplies that cost $10 or less and any clothing item that sells for less than $ so Anyone can take ad-puter disks, and calculators, among other items. b Middleton High Class Of 1970 The Middleton High School Class of 1970 will meet on Tuesday Au gust 3 2010 6:30 p. m. at the Palm River Library. Christine B. Poole is the contact person, or email middletonclas sof1970@verizon.net. Game night is the third Saturda y at 8 p m WDSTCHURCH Ulll.lllllrseiSl. T-.R.31112 [8131 229-1190 ltrllll wersiii'-----PrtYtr SlniCI, TUIIfiiY----..... SbiiV. TIIIIIIJ ___ _. 111111 Stllll, llesQ----1 ...... ...._ Clllllll'llll:ll -IIMIIr ... Rtlr111114:1a ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Sunday: Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8 :00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 1.0:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30 P. M . Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the in(JBr city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." 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Local N .... en ::J (.!} ::J < Groups To Host candidate Debates The Hillsborough County < Democratic Black Caucus the National Coalition Of LL. 100 Black Women Inc and 8:30 p.m. The event will b e h eld at the First Baptis t Church of College Hill 3838 North 29t h Street. c a: LL. c z < c en w ::J .... w [ij c w :J: en ::::i m :;:) Q. z j: w ...I ...I :;:) m ...:. w z j: z w en a: 0 ...I LL. Michelle B. Patty will present "A Debat e About Yow Futul'e" on Thursday, Augu st 12, from 6 pm. until T h e d ebates w ill b e b y Hillsboroug h County Commission District 3 can did a t es, Valerie Goddard, .. Evan elist Loretta K. Fourth Annual 3 P.M. NEW BRIGHT AND STAR M. B. 1805 N. Albany Tampa, FL 33607 Rev. John Elderidge, Pastor LORETTA K. TAYLOR Guests: Full Gospel, Spiritual Dancers, O'Halo Gospel Singers, Traveling Stars, Jehovah Praise, All Of Tampa. Special Guests: Jay Carter, Spiritual Dancer, Vision Of Harmony, Tampa Southern Echoes, Miami Rev. And The Disciples, Tampa SISTER KATHY HENRY -Mistress Of Ceremony f i ..) ECHOES . Miami You are cordially i nvited to join us as we welcome "Our Gift From God", The Reverend xavier l. Johnson, Our New Pastor. Theme: "Our Gift From God Jeremiah 3:15 Guest Speaker: The Reverend Doctor Alvin B. Ellerbv Senior Pastor New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Portland, Oregon Sponeored by The Dea cons, Deaoneeees and Pastor's Aid M lnlstrlee DISTRICT 3 CANDIDATES VALERIE GODDARD LES MILLER BEULAH BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH 1 006 W Cypress St. ** Tampa 33607 DR. W. JAMES FAVORITE, Pastor Celebrates 145th-Year Anniversary Worship With Us 9:45A.M Theme: "Developing Our Kingdom Preparedness" Guest Speaker: DR. ALVIN ELLERBY ... Of Portland Oregon *Banquet Immediately Following Worship In The Lowry Center* ''The Church Needs to Return to Her First Love" Revelation I :4 You Are Invited to Attend the lnnua aavldl At Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church 2606 W. Grace Street Tampa, Florida 33607 Pastor T. D. Leonard Monday-Friday August 9-13, 2010 7:00 p.m. Nightly GJUSt Dr. Kenneth Maurice Davis Pastor of Tabernacle M. B. Church D' llberville, Mississippi 4th Vice President of the National Baptist of America, /rw:. Revive u api1 ftJl eadl lletrt widl ny love; My aeh 10111 be retilldW widl ftrt froa lbove" "The Church Needs to Return to Her First Love" Revelation I :4 FlORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAl CANDIDATES Les Miller, and Kevin White. Also Florida Attorney General candidates Dan Gelber and Dave Aronberg will face off in a debate The President of the HCDBC, Dianne Hart, understands how politics affects all aspects of our lives. The debate will allow the community the opportunity to come out to speak personally with candidates and ask questions holding those who will represent them accountable The community is requested to attend the debate to learn where the candidates stand on issues and will be tailored around the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida' s agenda. Dr. H. Bruce Miles is President of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida Janice London, President of The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. said, "although we are not a political organization, we understand the importance of turning out to vote along with insuring that the community is edu cated and informed. Early voting begins Monday, August 9th, and the voting times vary based on the location of the precinct. The other option to voting is absentee or vote by mail. Michelle B. Patty said, "voter fatigue can cause low voter turnout. It is very important and we should support his debate as the candidates share their views ." 18131248

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August Birthdays T hi s m onth' s flowe r i s the G l a di o lu s a nd th e birth s t o n e i s th e P e rid o t Joyo u s w i s hes t o a ll the A u g u s t birthday ce l ebrants: Cora Williams, Mozell Hester, William "Billy" Trotman, Samuel Green, Barbara Johnson, Johnnie Mae Coleman, Mrs. Nettie Mae Dennis, Qqunoy Roberts, George Dennis, Kamaya Mitchell-Jeffrey, Ah'Miracle Anthony, Shanquinn Hill, Carol Christine Hill, Unique, Annie Gaston, Christina "Crissie" Guida, James 0. McDaniel, Bryant Bentley, Michael D. Carter, Shaun Hilley, Norris D. Morrow, Patrick Thomas, Sr., Amber Reeves, Betty Harris, Adrianna Thompson, Carolyn Boggs, Eric Seidel, Mark Zewalk, Nate Styles, Brian Fields, Shirley Putnam, Jim Hill, Mildred Stone, AI Anderson, Mary Hunt and President Barack Obama. celebrating their birth days are: Zuniyah Euress, Briana Harris, Elbert Lee Taylor (Chuck), Dea. Eli Rodgers, Ch'lisa Taylor Dixie, Deontel Taylor, Mario Worlds and Elizabeth White-Hall. H a p py natal day t o Mr. Young Johnson, Sr. Happy b e l a t ed birthday i s ext e nd ed to Mrs Mary Ann Thornton, w h o cel e br a t e d o n A u g u s t 5 2010. I wi ll s h a r e th e big o ne, 7 5."M ay y ou continu e t o h av e man y m o r e birthdays. H appy n a t a l d ay to Mrs. Helen Grace Stacy. Sick And Shut-Ins God i s good all tim e a nd all the time God is good H e ma y not come when y ou need Him but He is always right on time!! Keep the following folks in your daily prayers: Eloise Leeks, Charlotte Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. Perry King, Mary Hunt, Geneva Lucas, Clarence and Della Vickers, Eli Rodgers, Enice Sneed, Lillie Mae Thomas, Archie Mae Wright, David and Alberta Shedrick, Darlene Lise, Julius Robinson, Roger Humphrey and yours truly. Get well wishes are extended to Mrs. Diana Inmen, who is home recuperating from a sprained ankle Let's keep the Bumphus, Mitchell and Reave families in o ur daily p r aye r s that Mrs. Hazel Mitchell get s stro nger day-by-day. Also in need of your pr aye r s a re: Deacon Eli Rodgers, Rodney K. Williams, Lillian Harris-Cusseaux (St Joseph H os pital) Reva H arris-Taylor, Mother Lillie C. Bryant, Annie D ean Matthews ( Do th a n AL), and Delore s Stennis Special Prayers Ex t ende d praye r s for the famili es tha t l oss their l o ve d o n es l as t we ek e nd in the car acc i de nt. M ay God h ave m e rcy o n th e m all. Family, n eighbo r s and frie n ds are se nding our praye rs fo r Mrs. Katherine Morgan, who wa s a victim of a recent th eft. Sympathy Our condolences to the fol lowing families in the passing of their loved ones : Upshaw, Barnes-Hobley, Stankack, Barnes and Graham. M ay each of you seek the Lor d for comfort guidance and strength during this time of bereavement F. Y. I. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily. Shu-Lon s Kitchen formerly Family Deli (813) 741-9760 Call your news in to Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 6776071. Be blessed! Yes we can! Loca Senator Receives Coveted Excellence In Service Award Th e C ity of N e w Orl ea n s L o ui sia n a, w as the setting f o r t h e D elta Sig m a Th e t a S o rority Inc.'s 50th N a ti o n a l C o n ventio n Th e theme for the event was "Transforming Lives Impacting Communi-tie s More than 15,000 members converged on New Orleans to participate One of those individuals who was recognized was Senator Arthenia Joyner. She was presented the coveted 2010 Patricia Roberts Harris Medallion for Excellence in Government Service Award. The award was named in honor of the late Soror Patricia R. Harris, a former U S. Ambassador, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and Secretary of Health and Human Services. She was also the first Executive Director of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc Senator Joyner said, "I'm humbled and honored to have received this award SENATORARTHENIA JOYNER ...Receipent of Patricia Roberts Harris Medallion for Excellence in Government Service ., r-0 from my Delta sorors. It will :!! provide encouragment and g great inspiration to me to en continue my lifelong passion --to serve and to represent ::::! the community and to be the ;ij voice for the most vulnerable r;--the lonely, the lost, the m least, and the left out." r-z ., Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott & Lady Marva Scott and the 34th Street Church of God Present c m r-FAMILy FEST 2010 c;; ::::t m c m < m THE YEAR OF THE -1 c m en c Register Today. Thirty-Fourth Street Chur(h of Goil 3000 North 34th Street Tampa, FL3360S 813-248-6548 www.34thstreetmg.org ,.. z c ., :!! c

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c, c; Local C'll cD 1-(J) :::J (.!) :::J <( >"' <( c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c (/) w ;::) 1-> a: w > w c w ::1: (/) ::J m ;::) a.. z ..I ..I ;::) m ...:. w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..I u. <( I N .,... w CJ Separate Accidents leave Two Men Critical Th e Tampa Police Depart ment reports that y two acci dents Tuesday left victims in critical condition. The first incident occurred at 3:35 p.m. at Busch Boulevard and Brooks Street. Police said Freddie Lee Powell 46, was riding his bicycle across the lanes of Busch Boulevard when he entered the path of a vehicle. The vehicle struck Powell, ejecting him from the bicycle. He was transported to a local hospital in critical con dition. Hospital officials said his condition has been up graded to serious. A family member at the hos pital said was visiting his best friend when the acci dent occurred. The family member said Powell was running an er-RHINE A. DUNBAR rand for his friend's daughter when the car struck him. He was doing a good deed," said the cousin Powell is married to Betty Powell and the father of three children. He also has eight sib lings. Virtually his entire famil y is at his bedside, and they a s k the community to pray h e r ecove r s FREDDIE LEE POWELL from his injuries The crash caused several lanes of Busch Boulevard to be closed for two hours and the driver, identified as George Dillow, 46, was not cited. The second accident oc curred at 9 p.m. in the 11,000 block of Florida Avenue Police said a v e hicl e traveling on Florida Ave nu e did not see Rhine A. Dunbar, 37, crouch e d down in th e middl e of h e r l a n e when s he s truck him Wh e n police a nd fir e r esc ue arri v ed Dunbar w as ali v e but had s u s t aine d s erious head i n j uries. H e was tran s port e d to a l ocal h os pit a l a nd was lis t e d in c riti ca l condi t i o n H os pit a l offic i a l s h ave not r e l ease d a n y inform a tion upgr a din g hi s conditi o n Th e dri ver in th a t accid e nt Carmen R. Caban, 64 was not cited Meeting Middleton HighSchool Class 0119&1 The Middleton High School Class of 1961 will hold their reg ular monthl y meeting on Satur day August 8th, 4 P .M., at the home of classmate, Alfredo Moragne, 3614 N. 18th Street The goal is to receive input from a variety of classmates to experience a successfulsoth re union. Please be present and on time as we need your suggestions re garding activities for the June 2011, class reunion. LOOKING FOR RELATIVE Machelle Pickett (Mother, Linda Moreno/Father, Huey Pickett) Please Contact Your Cousin, Patricia Mason Givens immediately at 813-877-5944 IN THE SPOTliGHT DESIREE This week's Spotlight feature is the lovely Desiree. The 29-year-old Aquarian stands 5'6" tall and says her favorite stars are Will Smith, Beyonce and Shemar Moore. Desiree's hobbies are writing, reading and listening to music, and her future plans are to have a successful career in event planning or public relations and to be able to take care of her family. Desiree's philosophy of life is: "Treat others the way you want to be treated. A prerequisite for life should be to hefp others because you never know when you might need help." The man in Desiree's life must be dependable, generous, loving, faithful, attractive, have a goodsense of humor and be a hard worker. Congratulations to Desiree as this week's Spotlight feature. Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number, to: jjohnson@flsentinel.com. Creative Braids PnMding A "2 Day"' Braiding Certifkation eour. Certified Rorida) Get Started Today!!!! Start A Braiding Business. .. Make Your CNm career. ... Make Great Money .... And Build Your Future!!!! 813-389-5644 ...3...._ Clll'fltll' Serrlce Asslsf8nce W.J. WEEMS Hair & NaU 5721 East Fowler Avenue Tampa/Temple Terrace _J!_ 813-835-4514 OED ot High Sdlool

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5oaps ALL MY CHILDREN -Annie tells Scott she wants to elope; Damon and Colby make plans to leave Pine Valley for good; Angie makes it clear she won't terminate her pregnancy. JR finds a journal and is shocked by what he reads; Liza and Krystal share an unlikely alliance; Colby learns about the pill switch and wants to call the cops on her own mother. AS THE WORLD TURNS -Casey and Alison bond while babysitting Jacob; Chris and Katie's passion comes to a halt as Chris becomes sick. Reid confronts Chris about his disease; Henry calls in a psychic to help find Barbara. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Brooke is chastised by Stephanie and Taylor; Hope finds a box of masks and costumes from her party; Oliver suggests that he and Hope leave town for a while; Brooke fears that her relationship with Hope is ruined forever. Hope asks Oliver to don a mask and reenact the events that took place between him and Brooke; Brooke fears that Stephanie will brainwash Hope; Taylor calls Brooke with a concern that her daughter may be having a psy chological breakdown. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Carly stops Daniel from uncovering the truth; Brady drags Nicole to the police station so she can confess where she got the money; Bo and Hope reconsider Hope's decision; Nicole comes face-to-face with Dr. Baker. Dr. Baker tries to prevent Hope's confession; Melanie is offered a job at St. Mary's Hospital; Julie, Doug and Caroline try to comfort a distraught and confused Ciara; Brady attacks Dr. Baker; Melanie finally calls Carly "mom." GENERAL HOSPITAL-Dante comes to Jason's aid; Dante arrests Johnny for murder; Brook is no match for Carly. Lucky uses clever tactics to gain access to baby Aidan; Jason and Johnny discuss the brewing mob war; Sonny reminisces about Brenda. ONE UFE TO UFE-Tea's health continues to decline; Bo hires Inez as his assistant; Layla is unaware that she holds the key to Eli's demise. Cristian is attacked by Eli; Tea tells Todd and Dani she only has weeks to live; James asks Starr if he has a shot with her. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Victoria and Billy go public; Chris and Paul can't fight their history. Patty contacts Paul; Phyllis tells Nick she is leaving. Coonllnator of Scholarship and Donor Relations (Job #0058) Dlstrfd Offb, New Polt Ridley Campus Required: BocheiOI's degme from a mgionolttocaediled institlfut satisfactory criminal histtxy oodqjroullf dBc:k; miinun one year cJ related m exp!rience; I!X(BIIent rmth, writirrJ, and slo11s; abaity to sp10k and lllpiBSBnt the Collegf/Founclatm to the public; to m on nllftiple projeds Vt#h miniiTIII exmleli OlgOOilOtionol skils; roost be able to m ocmsionol and and haw IIIEIM tror&pliiOtioo. 1'1-....t: Tedmlogy fulll1icriy Mh dcm OOtulmls. 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Kids and adults will love this movie. Made "T1 $190M. (Budget$6gM) [****] E) Predators -A fresh storyline makes this particular :::rJ Predator movie very good. Don't miss it! Made $49M. (Budget$40M) [****] en The Last Airbender Highly disappointed! Director M. Night Shyamalan could have done a better casting. ::::! Made $127M. (Budget$150M) [**112] The Twilight Saga: Eclipse-The vampires and r werewolves join together to save Bella (Kristen Stewart). For the teen fans, don't miss it! Made $288M. (Budget-J= $68M) [***] Grown Ups-Could have been funnier starring Adam z Sandler and Chris Rock. I still enjoyed it! Made $150M. "tJ (Budget $8oM) [***] 5i Knight And Day Never miss a Tom Cruise movie. You can bet he's going to bring the action. Made $74-M. % (Budget-$117M) [***112] Jonah Hex This western received bad reviews, but m I personally enjoyed it. Made $10M. (Budget $47M) iii [***] Toy Story 3-You couldn't-get a better send-off for c: Woody, Buzz Lightyear and Co. Andy leaves for college m and his mom donates the toys to a daycare. (2 hrs. long) (g Made $389M. (Budget$2ooM) [***112) The Karate Kid Excellent feel good I drama star-)lo ring Will Smith's son, Jaden, and Jackie Chan. Adults and kids will love this one. Will and Jada produced the movie. "T1 Made $172M. (Budget$40M) [****plus some] The A-Team-1980s 1V show gets a remake with more action and new stars. Quinton "Rampage" Jackson plays Mr. T's role as "a. A. Baracus" (2 hrs. long) Made $76M. (Budget-$noM) [***112) Get Him To The Greek Hilarious comedy about the music industry. Diddy was good in this role. Defi nitely, not for kids. Made $6oM. (Budget$40M) [***112] Killers -A hitman (Ashton Kitcher) falls in love with a carefree computer expert (Katherine Heigl). Comedy/action-packed. Made $46M. (Budget-$7M) [***112] RATINGS .... Very Good I"' Good I Average I Wait For V1deo Ci) m .... m

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or-.. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SP-orts Gooden Among Four Inducted Into Mets Hall 01 Fame Darryl Strawberry stands at the podium with Dwight "Doc" Gooden and Davey Johnson sitting in the background. On Sunday, Dwight "Doc" Gooden was among four New York Met players from the 1986 team to be inducted into their Hall of Fame. Gooden were C Darryl Strawberry, former general manager Frank C Cashen and manager z Davey Johnson. c( The Mets Hall of Fame was funded in 1981, but only three people have been w inducted in the past eight years, in part because of > Gooden and Strawberry. a: w > w c w :::t: U) Strawberry, a seven-time All-Star with the Mets, is the team's all-time leader in home runs with 252, RBis (733) and runs (662). Gooden won the National League Rookie of the Year in 1984 and the Cy Young award a year later. He led the league in wins (24), ERA (1.53) and strikeouts (268) during his Cy Young season. Gooden also ranks second in franchise history in wins (157) and strikeouts (1,875). Dwight "Lil' Doc" Gooden, Jr. accompanied ::::; m :::;) D.. z t;j ...I ...I :::;) m w KEEP KEVIN WORKING HARD FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY Dwight Gooden as he appeared in 1986 as a New York Met player. his father to the event, and described the day as being very emotional. "This was a long time com ing and I got very emotional during the presentation. I'm very proud of my dad and the others as well. "The event was sold out and everyone got a standing ovation. They talked about the history of each player, and I caught my dad fighting back the tears and standing strong when he accepted his honor. We hope the next stop will be Cooperstown." Bucs Excited About Rookie Mike Williams Rookie receiver Mike Williams is resisting any temptation h e may have to gloat after quickly establishing himself as a potential starter with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Williams was the 101st player selected in the draft. He may well have been picked earlier if not for an academic suspension in 2008 and another off-field situation that led to him leaving Syracuse with three g a m e s r emaining in the 2009 season. Williams knows questions about his character MIKE hurt his WILLIAMS stock in the draft. Still, the rookie insists things couldn't have worked out better for him. NFL: No Change In. lick's Status BETHLEHEM, Pa. -Michael Vick said Monday that he cried following the shooting after his 30th birth day bash, but not because he had done anything wrong. The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback said he cried because he had let people down by putting himself in situation he now knows he should have avoided. However, through police investigations, probes by the NFL and his team, Vick never doubted he would report to the Eagles' training camp on time. On Monday there he was. At no point, Vick said, was he formally cleared by the league I just always thought I was good to go ," he said. "I just woke up this morning planning on being here. Didn t talk to anybody The plan was for me to be here r--------, today, and I'm here." The NFL never took any disciplinary against Vick as a result of the MICHAEL incident and VICK on Monday NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told the Associated Press that there had been no change in Vick's playing status. When asked whether a league investigation of Vick had been completed, Greg Aiello said t ,hat the league would have no further comment on the matter at this time. The NFL and the Eagles have been looking into a June 25 shooting outside a restaurant in Virginia Beach, Va., where Vick's birthday party was held Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc i1 Tampa Alumni Chapter i1 Cordially invites All interested men to an INFORMATION MEETING_ Monday, August 16, 2010 7:00P.M. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 3412 E. Lake Avenue Tampa, FL 33610 www.tampakappas com For m9re informati
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________________________________________________________________________ A-Rod Joins 600 Home Run Club ALEX RODRIGUEZ NEW YORK -Alex Rodriguez added his own National m e m ento to Monument P a rk, eve n thou g h r e tir e m e nt remains yea r s off. At 35 years, 8 days, Rodriguez joine d a club that includ es Barry Bonds ( 762 ) Hank Aaron (755), Babe Ruth (714) Willie Mays (66o), Ken Griffey Jr. (630) and Sammy Sosa (609). Th e ne x t youn ges t was Ruth at 36 yea rs 196 da ys, in 1931 thoug h h e did it in 183 fewer games. 4 Men Rob Armored Truck For $4-Million And Getawav Clean In St louis Authorities in St. Louis are requesting the help of the public to track down four men who robbed an armored truck company. On August 2 at an ATM Solutions, police say that four men waited for two of the employees to enter the building at 4 a.m. before forcing their way into the business with automatic weapons Although the men were armed, police state that two guards were bound, gagged with duct tape and blind folded, but not harmed. Reports reveal that the robbers walked away with $4 million dollars ahd police have no idea of what the thieves looked like despite having multiple surveillanc e cameras on every corner of the building The only clues that authori ties say were left behind was the armored trucked they u se d to l eave the scene and the get-a-way car the burglars allegedly used to get to the scene. As of press time, police state that they ma y ha ve an idea of what race the robbers were possibly but have not released the details to the public 9" Roller ...................................... $1 't50 Brushes ....................................... ............ LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! lions $68 Million Deal Is Done With No. 2 Pick Sub NDAMUKONG SUH ALLEN PARK, Mich. -The Detroit Lion s wa ited fourplus days to get Ndamukong Suh on the field, then wasted no time putting him on their firststring defense in his firs t pr ac tice. Suh to o k a flight from Nebraska to M ichigan on Wednesday sig n ed his con tract, passed a conditioning test and join e d his teammates for drills on a muggy after noon. The No. 2 pick overall in the NFL draft was greeted by chants Sub's five-year contract is worth $40 million guaranteed and as much as $ 68 million. Celtics Sign Free Agent Shaq )> c G> c CJ) -1 BOSTON -Shaquille O'Neal has changed The Big Three of the Boston Celtics into a Very Big Four. The 7-foot-1, 325-pound center in the twilight of a brilli a nt career is coming to the East ern Conference champions, hoping to add to hi s four NBA titles. O 'Neal signed a two-year contract worth about $3 mil lion on W e dnesday, a person with knowledge of the nego tiations sa id on condition of SHAQUILLE O'NEAL . anonymity because no deta!ls were released. Heat takers To Plav On Christmas oav ., r 0 NEW YORK -The NBA will open its season with a battle of Big Threes, then offer up the new-look Miami Heat against Kobe Bryant and the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers on Christmas Day The Heat will debut their All-Star trio of Dwyane :!! Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh at Boston on en Oct. 26 against the defending m Eastern Conference champi-on Celtics, who are led by Z their veteran group of Paul J!! Pierce, Kevin Garnett and m RayAllen. ? FOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT w 1gts 1!1-Y l MRIII!!1 Uplb W r m -1 z "tJ c m r Cii ::::t m c m < m -1 c m CJ) c )> z c Tune-Ups Computer Diagnostiqs & Repairs A/C Foreign & Domestic Alignment Brakes CV Joints Transmission Service New & Used lites And More! ,.._'!'-' __ GREAT DEALS: 205/40/17 215135/18 225140/18 225135120 245/35120 245130/22 255/35120 255130122 265/35/22 265/30/22 295130/22 24'26' 28'AND MOREl

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or------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Entertainment Jav-z And Will Smith Sued Over Picture In Broadwav Plav 'Fela!' WILL SMITH And JAY-Z Jay-Z a nd Will Smith are being sued over their hit Broadway musical FELA! Photographer Marilyn Nance has filed suit alleging one of her pictures was used in the production without her permission. > The musical has already C won a Tony Award tells the iX story of late Afrobeat legend u. Fela Kuti and features an c z a: w > w c w en :::i m Spike lee Screens Film That Includes look At Oil Spill z iii ..J ..J :::J m ...:. w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. SPIKE LEE SAN DIEGO -Spike Lee screened some of his new HBO documentary that includes a look at the mas sive BP Gulf oil spill and says no one from the oil giant is speaking to him. The director showed about 90 minutes of "If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don t Rise" at the National Association of Black Journalists convention in San-Diego on Saturday The film is a follow-up to When the Levees Broke about the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. It picks up with th e N ew Orlean s Saints Super Bowl victory and chronicles the impact of the spill on people w ho have yet to fully recov e r from Katrina When asked if BP cooperated he said, "Nobody was speaking to me from BP.' He also called on President Barack Obama to "bring the hammer" on BP and make the company pay. Marv J. Blige Breaks New Record With The Release Of New Perfume Mv life' MARY ,J. BLIGE Mary J. Blige has released her new perfume 'My Life and a set a new record as she sold over so-thousand bot tles of her new perfume on the Home Shopping Network. The perfume retails for around $so. Pharrell Teams Up With Harlev For Rides Magazine PHARRELL WILLIAMS Billionaire Boys Club presi dent Pharrell has te<}Illed up with Harley Davidson for the latest issue of Rides Magazine. Pharrell also revealed why he feels that Harley Davidson motorcycles continue to be an American classic. lanve Makes A ComebackBv Conquering TWiner It's been nearly a year since Kanye West made a spectacle of himself. Well the Kanye West media drought officially ended this past Wednesday. All it took were rumors that @kanyewest was on Twitter and, just like that, Mr. West, as some pre fer, was officially back in the limelight. Within a mere 12 hours, he amassed more than 150,000 followers. 50 Cent Details Dramatic Weight loss For New Film Role Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, not only raps, but also stars in three upcoming films: Gun, Things Fall Apart and Twelve. As the writer of Gun, which recently premiered in a Latin Film Festival, 50 Cent has worked closely with actor However most shocking were images that surfaced in magazines and over the Internet of the frail rapper who lost 6o pounds in nine weeks for one of his roles. In Things Fall Apart, 50 Cent plays a football player who is so CENT diagnosed with cancer. It s an interesting project I mean considering cancer. One out of eight people in the world die of cancer topping malaria, tuberculosis and HIV together," 50 Cent said. Common To Plav Biracial Freed Slave In New Show Rapper-actor Common will have his first lead role on television. According to Reuters, the 38-year music artist will star in the new AMC pilot "Hell on Wheels" as a freed slave. The new show is a contemporary western centered around the Transcontinental Railroad in the 186os. Common's character Elam is a half black, half white man who comes to the West to work on the railroad. Common is the first actor casted in the show. Filming COMMON for the pilot is scheduled to begin this month. No infor mation released on when the show will premiere. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tapa Park Plaza @ lebraSilaln. & scaa St. - I 1.. i : ,'' J ' :' \I ,-:' : : ':: : : .: .. .. .. ". .. :: ......... ":: .. .::.::::-.".'\:

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., :a Entertainment -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 Bill Cosbv Is NOT Dead, : .Michael Jackson's Estate Upset Bv Moonwalking Zombie The estate of Michael Jackson has stirred up a hubbub over a moonwa lking zombie that appear s in the hit game "Plants vs. Zombies." Game developer PopCap Games says it is removing the famed dancing zombie" from the PC and iPhon e versions of the game after the late King of Pop 's peopl e con tacted the company about the undead character's familiar features. In "Plants vs. Zombies," pla ye rs pit an army of vegeta tion against wave after wave of reanimated corpses. The game featur e s diff e r e nt zom bi e characters who each h ave different, uh, skills and therefore must be fended off in uniqu e ways With his red attire and black Jheri curl, the offend ing zombie even performed an in-game dance with a troupe of back-up dance r zombies a l a Jackson' s Thriller" mu sic video. No Charges Filed In Probe Of Other Jackson Doctors LOS ANGELES -State investigators probing the death of Michael Jackson hav e decided not to file charges against seve n doctors who treated him, author-MICHAEL JACKSON itie s said Wednesday. The doctors were part of an investigation b y stat e Attorney G e n eral Jerry Brown's Bur ea u of Narcotic E nfor ce m ent, spokeswoma n Christine Gasparac said. One doctor w hose name was not released has been referred to the California Medical Board for prescrib ing drugs to a JackSon alias, she said. Candis Cohen, a board spokeswoman declined to confirm the action, saying complaints and investigations were not public record Jackson's personal doctor, Conrad Murray, h as p lead e d not guilty to felony involuntary manslaughte r in the singer' s death. Autho riti es say Murray provided Jackson with a mix of seda tiv es, including a powerful anesthetic th a t killed him. 80's Throwback Bash Come Be a part of the 80' s Takeover The Biggest throwback party of the year!! !I! Relive the days of the Alien, Blue Diamond, The old Manilas, Boogies, And the lounge All 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 Aretha Franklin Recovering From Broken Ribs After Fall DETROIT -Aretha Franklin says she's recover ing from a fall and will mi ss two free concerts in New York. Franklin' s office says th e Qu ee n of Soul brok e rib s a nd has abdominal pain from Sunday 's fall. Franklin says h e r doctors advised her to under go te s ts. S h e says effo rts are under way to reschedule the can ce l ed con certs for l ate August. In a statement released Tuesday Franklin says s h e was very much l ook in g forward to being in Brookl y n and having a foot-long hot dog at Coney I s land. Th e co ncerts were set for Mon da y and Aug. 12. Frankli n also was to perform at a n Aug. 11 birthday party for U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel. FoxvBrown Involved In Night Club Brawl FOXY BROWN Foxy Brown h as reported l y b een in vo l ved in a brawl at a New Y ork night club . Brown was in a mel e with 10 other people including her longtim e manager. Sources report that it took more than 10 people to break up the fight and the NYPD eve ntuall y showed up on the scene -but Foxy fled b efore the officers arrive d. The brawl reporte dl y took pla ce while Foxy was visiting s om eo n e at a luxury hig h-ri se on 43rd Street wh e n th e fight brok e out. A source said that Foxy was throwing down with several p e opl e in the lobby and_ it's unclear at this point what sparked the brawl. Nor Is He Laughing... .-------.1m Oka y ... it will happen one day but today is not the day ... nor was it yesterday ... Bill Cosby has once again died a Twitter d eat h and acc ordin g to th e lege ndary funny man ... it' s not funny. According to a Twitter trending topic, called, "Bill Cosby De a d", it call e d for Cosby to rest in p eace and he had apparently died. Cosby called into CNN's Larry King Liv e" show this week, to discuss his anger and humor with th e d ea th trending topic According to Cosby, this i s the fourth time he has reporte dly died Bill Cosby said he found out when his daughter called his home and she asked was her father okay .. she was told ....__""" that he was BILL alive and well. COSBY Cosby's daughter said she received calls that her father had passed away. Cosby said "it is no longer funny arid he needs this person to stop." Young Buck's Home Raided BV IRS Over $300-Thousand Tax Debt ., r 0 :::a Th e FEDS raided Young Buck' s Nashville T N home this morning over a n unpaid $300-thousand tax bill. The Feds took recording equip m e nt jewe lry, furniture as we ll as award s and platinum plaques in a n effor t to get their money. They did spare Buck hi s h ome and vehicles Young Buck h as had issues with the IRS since l eaving 50 Cent's G-Unit a nd has previ o usly stated that 50 was blocking him from making a n inco me. Buck release d a statement saying, The w orst p art o f this isn t the material stuff-that will all be replaced. It s what it do es to the people around me. The y took m y kids Playstatio n my assistants' computers, and baby 's moth e r s' jew e lry. They took my home studio so I ca n t eve n r ecord." An effort to get his finances in order, Buck added I have a .--------.1 g (/) m z :::! z m new team in place, but I am also paY-YOUNG r ing full atten-BUCK r m t10n now. -f N othing like this w ill ever Z happ e n again. Thi s i s a huge "tt wake up call for all entertain-ers to stay on top of your own r trusted employees and team en members, and replace an y one ffi that w as put in place b y your C record label if the situation m y ou have goes sour. This IRS situation came about because :a I trusted accountants, lawyers, and managers to c handle m y business for me rn while I focused on making c music. From now on, I am going to stay on top of m y :J> own business." z c ., :a c THE E B. PArrY & Kl MORNING SHOW ( REALITY RADIO AT ITS BEST !) TUNE IN TO NEWS TALK RADIO 820am 820WWBA.com -Every Saturday @ 1 0:05 am-1 :1 Standard Ti Voice Your Opinion Hotline#: (866) 9n-4820 For Advertisement Or Sponsorship Opportunities Call King Cobra Enterprises (813) 244-D848.

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c a: LL c z <( c en w ::l .... > a: w > w c w J: en :::::i m ::l a. z i= w ..I ..I ::l m ..:. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..I LL MS. ELAINE ELIZABETH GABRIEL Homegoing services for Ms. Elaine E. Gabriel of 3600 E. Fletcher Avenue, who passed away Tuesday, July 27, 2010, will be held SatUrday, August 7, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with Elder Frank Wino, offici41ting. Ms. Elaine Gabriel was born on September 11, 1948. Ms. Gabriel was fierce, witty and would not hesitate to let you know what was on her mind. She was an educator for several years and worked at Eurale Rivera Elementary School in Grove Place, St. Croix Virgin Islands. Ms. Gabriel was called into glory surrounded by her loving children on Tuesday July 27, 2010. She is survived by: her father, Henry Harrigan; special friend, Melvin Romney; daughters, Royena and Saida Lynch, Kalila Gabriel and Vanessa Romney; sons, Shawn, Frederick and Troy Gabriel; granddaughters, Layla, Aylah and Jahyla Viera, Shayla and Jasmaine Brafith, Keanna Lynch, Oshawna Gabriel and Anaihaj Smith; grandsons, Jay Lynch, Jaleel Veira, Ajani Smith, Javier Bradshaw and Jashawn Gabriel; great granddaughter, J'Nelle Adams; aunt, Ester Davis; grandmother, Asellita \Vyatt; sisters, Ana Nurse, Jaclyn Harrigan, Anastasia Rivers and Sonia Harrigan; brother, Henry Harrigan, Jr.; and many other nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and family too numerous to mention Funeral arrangements entrusted to Aikens Funeral Home in Tampa, followed by the bnrial in St. Croix U.S. Virgin Islands. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, August 6, 2010, from s-8 p.m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME CARD OF THANKS I HAROLD SAilS The family of the late Harold Sails would like to give great thanks and appreciation to everyone for all the thoughts, prayers and acts of kindness in the passing of our lov e {)D e, Harold Sails MRS. DOROTHY M.GREEN Homegoing services for Mrs Dorothy M. Green, who departed this life on Monday, July 26, 2010, will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 11 a.m. at Allen Temple A. M. E. Church, 2101 N. Lowe Street, Pastor Michael K. Bouie, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Dorothy M. Green was born April 16, 1933, in Monticello, FL, to the late David Williams and Laura Bellamy Williams. She attended the Schools of Monticello, Jefferson County Public School System. She was converted at an early age at New Bethel A. M. E. Church, Monticello, FL, before moving to Tampa in 1953. She became a member of Allen Temple A.M. E. Church on February 12 1957. Mrs. Green was a longtime employee for 35 years at Tampa General Hospital, before retiring. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Marion Green, Sr.; sons, Ronnie L. Green and Dale L. Green; stepson, Marion Green, Jr.; three brothers, Clarence Williams, Freddie Williams and James Bellamy; and sister, Louise Williams. She leaves to cherish her in memory: a son, Marion B. and Sandra Green; two daughters, Margaret and Earnest Washington, and Twanda Green and Clarence, all of Tampa; two stepdaughters, Patricia and Henry Smith of Palmetto, FL, and Marian Deboise of Gainesville, FL; eight grandchildren, Shireka, Rachael, Joni, Michael, Earnest, Jr. and Marion, Jr., all of Tampa, Ronnie, Jr. and Karon of Monticello, FL; a very special devoted grandchild, Shireka Daniels; seven great grandchildren, five in Tampa, and two in Monticello; adopted godparents, Wilbert and Patricia Malphus ofTampa; two brothers, Glen Williams and David Williams of Tampa; five sisters, Mary Montgomery ofTampa, Doreatha Williams of Wesley Chapel, Nellie Kay Akins of Monticello, and Josephine Parker and Mary Gunner of Rochester, NY; and a host of in laws, uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins, godchildren and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home Friday, August 6, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS. GLORIA CYNTHIA HART Homegoing services for Ms. Gloria Cynthia Hart of 4820 Timber Way, who passed away Tuesday, July 24, 2010, will be held Saturday, August 7 2010, at 11 a. m. at Cathedral of Faith Church, 6304 30th Street, Rev. Clarence Nathan, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Hart was born September 30, 1946, in Tampa. Ms. Hart attended Hillsborough County Schools in addition to graduating from Bethune Cookman College, class of 1964. She was a member of Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church until her health began to fail. She was employed at Middleton Jr. High School now known as A J. Ferrell Middle Magnet School for 28 years as a Principal Secretary. She was a loving person who cared for her students as her own. She always had a smile to brighten your day. She was preceded in death by her parents, Alvin R. Hart and Pearlie M Hart. She leaves to cherish her memory: a loving and devoted daughter, Tangela Mitchell and fiance, Bakor Rivers, Jr.; son, O'dell Mitchell (Queenie); grandchildren, Ta'Zjahna Hollingshed, Ti'Juanhna Hollingshed, Chirstan Belcher, Spencer Mitchell, Jalonda Hollingshed, Odell Mitchell, III, Ladell Mitchell, L. J. Campbell, Johnt'e Johnson and Johnny Johnson; brother, Alfonso Salter and friend, Regina; uncle, Daniel Salter; nieces, Karen Hart, Calandra Williams, Tamiko Salter, RaShonda Bulmer, Ericka Salter, Gaye Lamar, Gloria Lamar and Dana Lamar; nephew, Michael Mitchell; godchildren, Nichole Williams, Keisha Williams, Alshante Squire, Chenette Wooden, Bryan Wooden, Quay Copeland and Alphonso Clark; special life long friends, Willie W., Rose B., Sam S., Jimmie H., Rosemary J., Cassie F., Gloria A. Phyllis J., Freddie H., Peggy and Sydney Gassett and Clara, and Pat Scott; and a host of other family and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, August 6 2010, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 5:30-6:30 p. m. Family and friends arc asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. HENDERSON MCCULLOUGH, SR. Homegoing celebration for Mr. Henderson McCullough, Sr. of 3209 E. 28th Avenue, Tampa, who passed away Sunday, July 18, 2010, will be held Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 11 a.m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, Tampa, 33610, Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Garden of Memories. Henderson McCullough, Sr., was born on October 18, 1923, in Quincy, FL. He established residency with his family in Tampa, in 1980. Mr. McCullough was an employee of CSX Railroad as a laborer and operated the coil and ore, and grain elevator for 46 years, from 1946 until his retirement in May 1992. He accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as his personal Savior and served as a member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church until his health began to decline. He was preceded in death by: his wife of 56 years, Mrs. Sirena Scott McCullough; his parents, Isahea and Julia Alice Baker McCullough; and 2 -brothers and 5 sisters. He leaves to cherish many fond memories of his life: daughter, Kenya Y. McCullough; 4 sons, Craig Stanley Lacey, Henderson McCullough, Jr. and wife, Lisa of Kissimmee, FL, Keith McCullough and wife, Sandra, U.S. Army, and Clifford McCullough and wife, Barbara of Tampa; sister, Palace McCullough Haynes; sisters-in-law, Eva Mae Wilson Camon of Port Charlotte, Doris Blandin of Arcadia, Unda Joy-Burke and Ethel Hearn Scott of Tampa and Claretha McCall and husband, Albert of Sarasota; grandchildren, Marcia Joy. Peart, Angelina Sirena McCullough, Jameel Nico McCullough and Rylie Adelle McCullough; a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation and wake services for Mr. Henderson McCullough, Sr. will be held Friday evening, August 6, 2010, from 5-7 p. m. at Garden of Memories, 4207 E. LakeAvenue,Tampa,3361o.The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. at the funeral home. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:30 a. m., Saturday. Arrangements entrusted to GARDEN OF MEMORIES FUNERALHOME. Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOND A ND E RSON L . 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation ( ) u r I am i h ( 111 \ k L' t Your h Homegoing services for Mr. Abraham Badger, who passed away -on July 30, 2010, will be held Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, with Pastor Ernest Boone, Pastor of Great Commission Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be private. Abraham Badger was born in Tampa and he graduated from LaVoy School of Tampa. He was a faithful member of the Greater New Hope Apostolic Church q.nder the leadership of Bishop JW Anderson. Mr. Badger was preceded in death by: his parents, Paul and Francis Badger; and one sister, Ella Mae Badger. He leaves to cherish his memory: sister, Yvette Badger (Jesse); two brothers, Paul (Maritza) Badger and Mack (Annie) Badger, all of Tampa; three aunts, Maggie \\'atson, Pearl Harris Moore (William) and Brenda McGill Williams (Eddie); three uncles, Joe Williams (Juliette) of Savannah, Georgia, Harold Harris, Sr. (Corra) of Tampa, and Willie Williams of Savannah, Georgia; two nieces, Crystal and Rose Badger of Tampa; three nephews, Armando Badger, Matthew Badger and James Jones, all of Tampa; a host of cousins and other relatives and friends. Friends attending the homegoing celebration are asked to assemble at the funeral home at 10:45 a.m. on Saturday. A HARMON BURIAL IN PROFOUND MEMORY OF OUR LOVED ONE DEACON ARCHIE L.ERSHERY On August 6 2003, Ycur earthly journey abruptly ended. We have comfort in knowing that you are with your Heavenly Father. The abundance ofloving memories of the times we shared with you, sustains us. P earl Higdon Enhery, wife Tim Allen Michael, Meikah and Kelah Ershery children family and friends.

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Funerals/Memoriam MR. BILL BROWN Homegoing services for Mr. Bill Brown, who passed away on August 4, 2010, will be held Saturday,August7,20to,attp.m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, with a local pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Bill Brown was a native of Boston, Georgia. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Claudia Brown; and his son, Bill Brown,'Jr. Mr. Bill Brown leaves to cherish his memory: his grandson, Ernest Brooks; great grandson, Terrance Brooks; great granddaughter, Amber N. Brooks; great-great granddaughter, T'niya Bx:ooks; great granddaughter, Shamika Whitlock; brother, Charlie Brown, Albany, Georgia; nephew, Eric Johnson; his daughter, Gloria Whitlock; daughter-in-law, Stephanie Brooks; and a host of other very devoted and caring friends. Hours of visitation for Mr. Bill Brown will be held Friday from 4-5 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home. Family and friends will assemble at the chapel on Saturday at 12:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL MR. JAMES D. JOHNSON Homegoing services for Mr. James D. Johnson of Tampa, who peacefully passed away on t\ugust 3, 2010, will be held Monday, August 9, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Mt Calvary S. D. A. Church, 4902 North 40th Street, Pastor, Dr. Patrick E. Vincent, officiating. Interment will be made in f1orida National Cemetery, Bushnell, F1orida. He was preceded in death by ltis parents, three children and siblings. Mr. Johnson was a WW II Veteran, in the United States t\rmy. On July 9, 1946, James joined in holy matrimony to Ethereda Hood, his devoted wife for 64 years and this union resulted in six children. James lived a very spiritual md Christ-filled life, always exltibiting his belief and strength in God. In his spare time, before his illness he e!Uoyed going to flea markets, listening to r:hurch music, watching basel>aU, playing dominoes and Uno. He leaves to cherish his memories and celebrate his ltomegoing: a devoted wife, Ethereda; daughters, Mary Bowden, and Henrietta (Harold) Rice of Tampa; son, David (Betsy) Johnson, Bowie, MD; goddaughter, Julia Walker-Err, Atlanta, GA; 2 sisters, Alnora Robbins-Lucas, Milwaukee, WI, and Georgia (Johnny) Dent, Buffalo, NY; three sisters-in-law, Willie Mae Mitchell, Ripley, TN, Catherine (Timothy) Langston, IN, and Lorene Y. Thomas, Tampa; srandchildren, Bobby L. Bowden, Jr., Tampa, Christy L. Rice, Winter Haven, FL, Cindy (James) Moten, Belton, TX, David Johnson, Jr., Brian (Aisha) Johnson, Bowie, MD, and Cory Johnson, OH; great srands, Former, Bel-ton, TX, and Solomon Johnson, Bowie, MD; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family members and devoted friends. Family will receive friends on Sunday, August 8, 2010, from 5-7 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street. A HARMON BURIAL. MS.IDAMAE MASON Ms. Ida Mae Mason departed this life on July 25, 2010. The homegoing celebration will be held Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 10 a. m. at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, 2511 East Columbus Drive, Tampa, 33605, Rev. Dr. Walter Williams, pastor, eulogist, and Rev. Samuel D. Mason, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Ida Mae Mason was born to Lula Mae Mason on March 10, 1961, in Mobile Alabama, Her mother moved to Tampa in 1971. She was educated in Hillsborough County. Ida is preceded in death by: her sister, Rose James; and her mother, Lula Mae Mason. She leaves to mourn her pas.'i ing: four children, three girls and a son, Robin Williams, Reneshia Williams, Roshonda Robinson. and Robert Williams; daughterin-law, Trina Williams; future son-in-law, Stewart Robertson; eleven grandchildren, Uniquia, Shanya, Ladainain, DaJon, O 'tayvion, Gabriel, Zavion, Darnez, Jaydyn, and Paris; seven brothers and six sisters-in-law, Ronald Mason and Ofala Mae Mason, Donald Mason and Barbra, Gregory E. Mason, Oscar Mason, Willie T. Mason and Louise Hawthorn, Rev. Samuel D. Mason, Sr. and Sallta Algerc'-Mason, Jerry L. Mason and Angela Mason; three aunts and four uncles, Sarah Nottingham, Barbra Sams and Larger Sams, Lesse Baymon, Rev. Levert Jones and Allen Jones, all of Tampa, and Sam Jones of North Carolina; two devoted cousins, Ramona Thornton-Smith and Vivian Nottingham; and host of nieces and nephews, family and friends. Ida was loved by everyone who knew her, she will be missed. Visitation for Ms. Mason will be held Friday evening, from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends In the chapel from 6-7 p; m. Friends attending the homcgolng celebration arc asked to please assemble at the church at 9145B.m. A HARMON BURIAL. MR. WILLIAM JAMES MONTGOMERY A homegoing celebration for Mr. William James Montgomery, who passed away on August 1, 2010, will be held .Sunday, August 8, 2010, from 3-4 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. A local minister presiding. Interment will be made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. William James Montgomery was born August 26, 1941, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the late Mr. Charles Lee Montgomery, Sr. and Mrs. Cora Pitts Montgomery He was preceded in death by: his mother, Mrs. Cora Pitts Montgomery; and father, Mr. Charles Lee Montgomery. William was a graduate of Overbrook High School, class of 1959 After high school he served in the U. S. Army Reserve and was self-employed as an electronic technician. He furthered his education attending Brewster Technical School, Erwin Technical School, and the Strom Engineers Golden Triangle. Those who will deeply miss him include: his brothers, Charles Lee Montgomery (wife), and Douglas A. Montgomery, Sr. (wife); stepbrother, Sam Lee Stuckey; sisters, Caralyn Cadell and Arlene F. Johnson (husband); nephews, Timothy Montgomery (wife), Charles Montgomery, ill, Douglas Montgomery (wife), and Lester Johnson Jr.; nieces, Carolyn Militia, Caren, Antonia, Sandra Harris and Darlene Cook (husband); a host of n ephews and nieces, cousins and many other devoted and caring family membe r s and friend Visitation on Saturday from 5-7 p .m. at Harmon Funeral Home. Mr. William J. Montgomery will be deeply missed b y all. A HARMON BURIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ELDER OLLIE MILLS On your birthday and always, we think of you today with precious memories in our hearts. Love, the Mills family. MRS. MARTHA ROSE SMITH The homegoing celebration of Mrs. Martha Rose Smith, will be held Tuesday, August to, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Integrity Funeral Services Chapel, 3822 E. 7th Avenue, Tampa, 33605, with Leon Gallon, Christian Praise and Worship Center, Senior Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park. Martha Rose Smith was born to the union of the late George Sr. and Beaula Smith in Tampa. She was educated in Hillsborough County Public Schools and a graduate of Middleton High School. Later she met and married Mr. Charles Smith, II. She was employed in Dry Cleaning for over 40 years and loved to sing and cook for her family. She attended Mt. Calvary Seventh Day Adventist Church until her health began to decline. She is preceded in death by: sons, Michael Smith and Edward Smith; relatives, George Lewis, Jr., Marion Walker, Bobby Lewis, Troy Lewis, Joe Lewis and Alice Harris. She leaves to cherish her fond memories: her children, Charles Smith, III and Sherry, Janet Smith and Ghana, Valerie Guzman and Gary, and Smith and Angela; grandchildren, Mychol, Zyron, Tahirah, Evelyn, Mario, Tony, Charles, IV, Jasmine, Jaden and Trey; brother, Roosevelt Lewis of Orlando; and a host of sorrowing relatives and friends. Public viewing will held at Integrity Funeral Services on Monday, August 9 2010 from s-8 p. m. The family will receive visitation from 6-7 p. m. lNTEGRITY FUNERAL SERVICE "THE HEART OF SERVING FAMILY FIRST' MRS. EUNICE JOHNSON Homegoing. celebration for Mrs. Eunice Johnson of 8716 Chinaberry Drive, who passed away Monday, July 26, 2010, at LifePath Hospice, Tampa, will be held Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 11 a. m. from The Church Of The Apostles, 12055 Jackson Road, Thonotosassa, FL, with the Reverend Cleveland Lane, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Eunice Johnson was born June 14, 1964, to the proud parents of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Virginia) Law, Sr. She was a graduate of Chamberlain High School, Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her father, Mr. Samuel Law, Sr.; sister, Cynthia Ann Law; and brother-in-law, Terrell Tucker. "Tl r-0 c )> Eunice is survived by: husband, Wtllie Frank Johnson, Jr.; 3 daughters and a stepson, Brittany (Kelly), Charsity (Quishon), Ambrea and Wtllie Frank Johnson, ill; grandson, Meshon Easton; mother, Vtrginia Law; father-in-law, Wtllie Frank Johnson, Sr. (Katie); 3 sisters and 2 brothers, Shirley, Jeanette Jackson (Ronnie) and Maria Knight (Anthony), Samuel Law, Jr. (Sandra) and Gregory Law, all of Tampa; 4 sisters-in-law, Bridget Brown (Jason), Tameka Johnson, Tiffany Brown and LaTanya Dean (Raymond); 2 brothersin-law, Eric Johnson and Jason Johnson; uncles, Sherman Brown (Carolyn), and Leroy Brown (Ella Mae); aunts, Elizabeth Law, Dorothy Washington and Evadney Brown; nieces, Michelle Undsey (Donnie), Pamela Tucker, Lakesha Law, Angelina Ashwood, Sheba Ashwood and Kennya Law; nephews, Ronnie Jackson, Jr., Rodney Jackson, LaRon Law, "Tl Gregory Law, Jr., Alfredo Ash-;:!! wood, Samuel Law, III, and C Luke A. Council, Jr.; a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. en m z :::t z m r;m c: r rm :::t z ., c: m r-c;; :::J: m c m < m < -1 c: m en c )> z c The viewing for Mrs. Eunice Johnson will be held on Friday, August 6, 2010, from 5-7 p.m. at Jackson Funeral Home, 46o5 N. 34th Street. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFrER THE EULOGY ON SATURDAY. Service and arrangements entrusted to Ronald J. Derr, Sr., L.F.D. JACKSON FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL PRICES J1ARMONLFD.813 626-8600JAMESBARMoN 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610

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c a: u. c z c( c en w ;:) I-ii: w > w c w :::1: en ::; m ;:) Q. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) m I ..J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ..J u. MRS. EFFIE L. (BROWN) ROBINSON Homegoing service for Mrs. Effie L. (Brown) Robinson of 4813 97th Avenue, who passed away Friday, July 30, 2010, will be held Saturday, August 7 2010, at 1 p. m. from the Highland Avenue Church of Christ, 2800 N. Highland Avenue, with Derry) Beasley, evangelist, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Effie L. (Brown) Robinson was born on August 15 1919 in Brundidge, Alabama, to the late John Griffin and Lela Guildford. She was preceded in death by: her only child, Lynda L. (Brown) Oglesby; 1st husband, Willie Brown; 2nd husband, Willie Robinson; brother and sisters, Leman Griffin, Attrice B. Knox, Johnnie M. Griffin, BJ Griffin and Verdell Griffin; nephew and niece, Kirk Griffin and Kathy Griffin. She leaves to cherish fond memories of her with: son-inlaw, Robert J. Oglesby, Sr.; stepson, Windell Roberson; sister, Cathy Griffin, S. C ; grandchildren, Aletha (Victoria) Williams, Barry (Carolyn) Oglesby, Robert, Jr. (Danette) Oglesby, Nikole (Bobby) Bell, (James) Ricks, Ch1cara (Raymond) James Eric Oglesby and Cory son; great grandchildren; nephews and nieces, James Knox, Julius Knox, Ronald Griffin, Steven Griffin, Dorothea Griffin Franklin Faye Griffin Terry and dia Griffin; great grand nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends. The viewing for Mrs. Effie L. (Brown) Robinson will be held Friday, August 6 2010, at the Highland Avenue Church Of Christ, 2800 N. Highland Avenue, from 5-7 p m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY ON SATURDAY. The funeral cortege will leave from 4813 E 97th Avenue on Saturday, August 7 2010, at 12:3op. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 12:45 p.m. on Saturday. Service and arrangements entrusted to Ronald J. Derr, Sr., L.F. D. JACKSON FUNERAL HOME MRS. BETIY KEARSE JOHNSON Mrs. Betty Kearse Johnson ofTampa, passed away Sunday, August 1 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Olive Mis sionary Baptist Church, 4008 Eas t Cayuga Street, with Reverend C. P. Epps, Pastor, officiating. Mrs. Johnson, a lifelong res ident of Tampa, was a graduate of Howard W. Blake High School. She was a member of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church and was employed with the St. Pete Times Forum for over 15 years. She leaves to cherish her memory: two daughters, Patricia Johnson and husband, Benjamin, and Margaret Coley and husband, Derrick Coley ; three sons, Stanley Artist, George and Earl Kerbo; grandchildren, Luther Carl Johnson Jermaine Molphus, Johnson, Jaymesha Johnson Mister Nelson, Jr. and Shema; Coley; great granddaughter, Kivea Molphus ; stepson, Brent Washington; son-in-law, Mis ter Nelson; special friends of the family, Theotis Kirnes, Erma Williams, Harriet Bogan, Barbara Jean Jones, Louis e Dennard and Betty Hicks; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, August 6, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners "Th e Voice of Our C o m munity Speakin g f o r Itself' (813) 248-1921 In funeral services for over 70 vears. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes a Northern, Owne,. 301 N. Avenue Tampa, FL 33808 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: rsywmsCIQ. net Mr. Amos Mack Jones of Tampa, passed away Sunday, July 25, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, August 7 201 0 at 2 p. m. a t Northside Missionary Baptis t Church, 5 706 N. 40th Street, with Reverend Ricardo Robinson, Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Jones was a n ative of Columbus, Mississippi, and a resident o f Tampa for many years. He attende d Pinellas County Schools and was a m e m ber of the Old Time r s Social Club, w h e r e h e served as Presi d ent. He w a s employed as a Construction Worker with Local Union #517 and retired after 36 years of service. He came out of retirement and was presently employed at SODEXHO/HCC. Mr. Jones was preceded in death by: his father, Johnnie Jones; stepmother, Nora Jones; and mother-in-law, Lillie Rivers. He leaves to cherish his memories: a loving and devoted companion of 16 years, Anna Maria Daniels of Tampa; mother. Mary Colvin of Columbus, MS; mother-in-law, Hilda Daniels; two sons, Amos Jones, Jr. of Las Vegas, NV, and Ahmad Bacon of Lithonia, GA ; thre': daughters, Rosa Bacon, Shakima Bacon and Derriciaka T.hompson-Jones, all ofTampa; stx stepdaughters and three s t epsons; three grandchildren, Amy Jones of Las Vegas, NV, Ahmad Bacon, Jr. of Tampa, and Arianna Bacon of Lithonia. GA ; uncle, Winston Summerville of Ft. Wayne, IN; six brothers, Danny, James and Donnel. all of Columbus, MS, Johnnie, Jr., Johnnie. III, Johnel Lee and Tyrese, all of Tarpon Springs, FL; eleven sisters, Hilda, Judith, Cynthia. Joy, LaTanya, Victoria Clark, Hattie, Theresa Victoria, Donnell and Deborah; brother-inlaw, Richard Daniels sister-in-law. Theresa (Mims); special cousin, Jessie Jones; godson, Javari Barnett special friends, James Walker' Ricky Houston and Fred Hutto: other friends, Old Timers So: cial Club, Geneva Rivers-Jones "Candy-Man," HCC Ybor pus/SODEXHO family, Daniels family, all other Motorcycle and Social Club family, Sonia McClary and family; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. Friday, August 6 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. at the chapel. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Mrs. Ruth Williams departed this life on Monday, August 2 2010, at the Fairway Oaks Center in Tampa. A graveside service will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 East Hanna Avenue. Interment will follow immediately Mrs Williams was a graduate of Florida A & M University with a degree in Education. She was a retired teacher, who t aught in the Hillsborough County Public School System for s e veral decades. She was born in Tantpa on N o vembe r 4 1920, to the late Walter and Marie McLeod. For years, Mrs. Williams was a loyal member of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church in Hyde Park. She was preceded in death b y her husband, Cleveland Williams, a native of Louisiana. Survivors include: an annt, Pearlie M. Dasher; cousins, Carolyn Stansbury, Mitchell Dasher, II, Don Dasher, Dawn Dasher, Dorothy McLeod David Mildred McLeod Johnson and Rudolph McLeod. Other special friends include the following: Joan D Henley and family of Metropolitan Atlanta, GA, and Harvey Nichols ofTantpa. The remains will repose afte r 5 p m Friday, August 6 201 0 a t Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N Howard Avenue Arrangem ents entruste d to RAY W I L LIAMS FUNERAL H OME Rhodes & Northern Owners. MRS. GERTRUDE (GRANNIE) MCCOY 5 /14/15-7/26/ 0 7 Grannie it's been 3 years since you left u s W e love and miss you very much. Your loving family. HORACE JAMES JASPER DRISKELL, SR. Horace Jantes Jasper Driskell, 61, of Jacksonville, FL, died on July 31, 2010, at Memorial Hospital Jacksonville. A native ofTantpa, he retired fr9m the Department of Housing and Urban Development after 37 years of service. Survivocs include: sons, Horace Driskell, Jr., Robert Schofield, ill (Sharon), and Johnathan Lewis; daughters Kertecia Mood (Ali), Driskeii-Mitchell (Andre), Portia and lmeisha Driskell; mother, Marion M. Driskell; brother, Robert M. Jasper (Minnie); 8 grandchildren; other relatives and friends. Memorial service will be held Saturday, August 7 2010, at 1.1 a. m. at Smith Funeral Home Chapel. Share condolences www.smithfbinc.com or Smith Fnneral Home, 1534 18th Av enue South, St. Petersburg, FL, 33705, (727) 894 SMITH FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE, in charge of arrangements. ROGER E. TOLIVER August 9 -February 28 I found somebody who cares when I found you. Found m y most intimate prayer, when I found you I found love. Whe n I found you I found the rest of my life. When I found you, I told all others goodbye. V.'hen I found you I saw m y fears fl y away like a dove, I found love. When I found you, I knew this love was a gift from above I know true love sounds crazy but worth waiting for. You are the one, m.y only fore ver. When I found you the skylar with style when I found you I found one more reason to smile. When I found you, I knew I finally found enough. When l found you I found love. M.y prayer for you is that your soul be blessed forever wblle you rest. I spoke to God, I called out your name, and on your behalf I asked if He would be there for us until we see each other in .heaven. God said trust and always obey. "Love your Family.

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Funerals/Memoriams :B IN LOVING HAPPY BIRTHDAY ; MR. ROBERT MCBRIDE On Tuesday, August 3, 2010, God found it best to call Mr. Robert McBride from labor to reward. A celebration of life for Mr. Robert McBride will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, Dr. Rev. Dwight Newkirk, officiating. Interment will be held on Monday, August 9, 2010, at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL, at 11 a.m. Mr. Robert McBride was anative of Tampa (Hyde Park) and a resident for 88 years. He served in the United States Army and retired from W. W. Trucking Company, Dover, FL. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Gladys McBride; father, Will McBride; and mother, Louise Tucker. He is survived by: 3 daughters, Mary Gatlin, Jessie Perry (Kenneth) and Belinda McBride (James); brother, Leroy McBride; granddaughters, Gail Gatlin, Michelle Jenkins, Sheryl Gatlin, Andrea Hydes, Ayanna Kelly, Tamara Gatlin, Carla April Jenkins; grandsons, An-thony McBride (Debra), Fredrick Jenkins (Lisa), Columbus, GA, Cedric Gatlin and Carl Griffin; nieces, Joyce Turner (Elder Leroy Turner), Helen Adams, Sharon Johnson and Pauline Foston; nephews, Nathaniel Monts (Cheyanne), Lakeland, FL, James Bates (Gwen), Hudson, New Hampshire, Rev. Donald McBride (Cynthia), Tallahassee, FL, and Will Williams (Melanie); daughter-in-law, Delores Anderson (Albert); cousin, Gwen (Honey) Tucker; 13 great grandsons, 9 great granddaughters, 7 great-great gramldaughters and 2 great-great grandsons; other relatives and friends, Jackie Creal (Patrick), Latisha Shaw, Deloris Hillard (Mike), Jerry Davis (Phyllis), George Davis (Barbara), Barry Davis, Hiawatha Davis, Brenda Snow, Edward Snow (Nadine), Charles Sherry (Debra), Tezland Sherry, Mary Towler, Mark Sherry, Allen Sherry, Towanda Sherry, Gwen Carter, Nancy Miller (Walt), Billy Jenkins, Thad Jenkins (Alpharette), Debra Jenkins, and the Morange, Robinson and Newkirk families. The remains will repose on Friday, August 6, 2010, at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, from 5-7 p.m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p.m. Friends are asked to assemble at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home on Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 10:45 a. m. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home. Edward W. Stone, Jr., L.F.D. A FANNIE B. STONE TRADITIONAL SERVICE MS. CHERL YLENE MARIE BEALL Homegoing services for Ms. Cherlylene Marie Beall of Lutz, will be held Saturday, August 7, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Victory Christian Center, 9706 N. 26th Street, Tampa, 33612, with the Reverend Daniel Dempsey, officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens, Thonotosassa, FL. Cherlylene Marie (Lauderdale) Beall floated down to earth as a little piece of heaven on November 18, 1965, and made her journey back on August 2, 2010, after valiantly fighting cancer for 5 years. Cherlylene graduated from Cleveland Heights High School in Ohio in 1985, and made Tampa her home in 1987. Cherlylenc was a long time employee of the City of Tampa where she worked in the Human Resources Department and the Public Affairs Department. Cherlylene's favorite things were spending time with her family and friends, going to the movies and spending time with her mother. Cherlylene' s life might seem too short to many, but those who were touched by her, understood that the quality of her existence far exceeded the quantity of time in which she lived. Her final days were spent much like she lived, surrounded by family and friends. Cherlylene leaves behind: the loves of her life, her children, Charles Lauderdale, Quintella Beall and Demetrius Beall. She is also survived by: her loving parents, Alphonzo Lauderdale and Irene Beckford; cherished sister, Sabrina Morgan; and a host of other caring relatives and devoted friends whose lives she forever touched and changed. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Friday, August 6, 2010, at the Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a.m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE www.wilsop-funeralhome.com u The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself (813) 248-1921 MEMORY MOTHER, NANA, GREAT GRANDMOTHER DEACON EDWARD THORPE, III 2/10/42-8/3/05 You are missed so much. We still love you and always will. Your wife, Effie for 35 years and your family at the Eastside Funeral Home. IN MEMORIAM ALI AKBAR We llllss you. Thank you for teaching your family how to forget about self and help the needed. Ali Akbar Positive Change donated $300.00 to the family that got burned out. IN MEMORIAM ATIY. GEORGE W. BUTLER, JR. 12/29/44-8/8/01 We know that you could not stay another day to laugh, to love, to work or play. So that' s why we fill the days with remembered joy Gwen and fa.nllly. MARY LOUISE RIDLEY 8/6/21 -11/23/06 When the angels in heaven sing "happy birthday to you," know that we on earth will be singing it, too! Remembering you: Mary, Cynthia, Michael, Krista, Laurette, Latrice, Waneesha, Ginger. Darron, Da.rrica, Desarae, Wtllie, Jr., Riquetta, Ricky, Marcus, Cantry, Shaquille, Angie, Isaiah, Willah, Angel, Ashlee, Courtney, Christine and Sage. ce Speakin.g for Ie.self, your ousu[less. Vk cant afford to provide_ a!).ything less than impeccable service, or to leave you with less than the best imprission possible. 2 You're just our Client, }route our boss. We don't lose sigbt o f who were working for. Aftenill,-you're the one. we answer to. 3 We arrange funentls, we don\ sell them. It is our responsibility to your wishes and respect your 4 We_like meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a part of this community supporting our when trey need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is important to you, and you don't to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME lXXJ N. 29th St Tampa, Fl (tm) 605-3350. 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Memoriams/Cards of Thanks c a: LL c z c( c en w ::I .... w > w c w ::t: en ::i m ::I a. z ...J ...J ::I m ..J w z t= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL L OF MY HUSBAND ON YOUR 3RD YEAR ANNIVERSARY MR. ELIJAH (SONNY) SIMS May t 1939 A ugust 8, 2007 S adly missed by your loving wife of 45 years, S usie Sims; daughters, Sonjia and Sherry; granddaughte r ShahLevi; and three great granddaughters Shayla, Alana and R yannah; and other family members and friends. Loving you always. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ROY JAJUANZAEDWARDS August 3 1 975 -April3, 2001 Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves m emories no one can steal. Those w e love don' t go away, they walk beside us every day. U n seen, unheard but always near, still loved still missed and very dear. I love you Uncle Roy and miss you more than words can say. Happy birthday. Love, your niece, Ms. Robyn; mom, Pudde n ; dad, Roy; sister, Royale; and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ROY JAJUANZA EDWARDS August 3 1975 -AprlJ3, 2001 Happy birthday, son. W e love and miss you. Love, mom, Pudden; and dad, Roy. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM VIQUILLA R. TROUPE Happy birthday Viquilla. You have gone to be with the Lord. Your dad. Victor; mom, Janine; sisters, Jalyssa and Lexis; brothers, Victor, II and Alliuq miss you. The love of you is still felt and remembered each and every day. Gone, but never forgotten. Love always. IN LOVING MEMORY MRS. FANNIE HOLLOWAY 7/4/ 1907 -8 / 4 / 2009 One year has passed since your earthly d eparture Loving and missing you will forever remain with your family and friends THANK YOU CARD CHARLIER. HUBBARD, SR. The family of Charlie R. Hubbard, Sr. sincerely thanks the many friends for all their acts of kindness shown to us during our time of bereavement. We a-press profound gratitude to the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, Haley Cove Community Living Center (employees), Pastor Eddie A. Nunn, Sr. and members of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church; Rev. Aaron Hobley, Pastor, and Hood Temple A. M. E. Zion Church family; and Aikens Funeral Home for your professionalism and courtesy. It is our prayer that God will bless all of you in a special way. CARD OF THANKS BENJAMIN LEECRl]M We sincerely thank you, our friends and loved ones for making our suffering and joy complete by your presence, thoughtfulness and prayers. The family, Ruth Neal. Thorn, Crum and Wares. DEDICATED TO MY CHILD CEDRICK, SR. I knew I l o v e you bef ore I met you. I dreamed you into m y life, I had been waiting m y whole life for you Cedrick and now you've gone a w a y to rest with the Lord. Happy birthday. Love, momme. CARD OF THANKS MRS. LOIS DELL MILES We, the family of Mrs. Lois Dell Miles, who passed away July t8, 2010, would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our many friends, family members and neighbors for their many messages of sympathy, floral tributes, food and prayers during our time of bereavement. We would like to e.uend a special thank you to the Rev. Geraldine Christopher ofTyer Temple United Methodist Church for her wonderful eu-' 108)' Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Hubbard of Keeney Olapel United Methodist Church, and to all who took part in the homegoing services for Mrs. Miles. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. May God bless you all. The Miles Family.

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. Driver linked To Police Shooting Pleads Not Guiltv COR1NEE BRANTLEY ... Pleads Not Guilty BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Th e dri ve r o f a veh icle s topped b y pol ice tha t ende d with d ea dl y con se qu ences en te re d a pl e a o f not guil ty o n W e d n esday. Sh e has be e n charg ed with concealing a person from arrest whi c h i s a federal ch arge Her trial i s se t t o take pl a c e in O cto b er. Ms. Cortnee Brantley is bei n g r eprese n te d b y Tampa Attorney Gra d y Irvin. If convicted, she cou l d be sen tenced to a maximum of 3 years in prison. During the early morning hours of June 29th, Tampa Po lice Offic e r David Curtis, 31, stopped a vehicle driven by Ms. B rantley at N 50th Street and E. 23rd Avenue Officer Jeffrey Kocab, 31, was his backup. The car was stopped be cau se the license p l ate was not visib le. After police conducted a records check a computer checke revealed a warrant for the passenger, Dontae Morris, 24, for worthless checks in Duval County. At some point as the officers at tempted to arrest Morris, he alleged shot and killed both of them. Morris fled on foot and Ms. Brantley drove the ve hicle from the scene. She was later located at the Bristol Bay Apartment Complex and questioned for several hours. However, she was later re leased without being charged. Ms. Brantley was ar rersted on July 2"d, and re leased on a $25,000 bond on July 9th. She was also ordered to wear a GPS leg monitor. Charges Removed After the shooting, it was later determined that Morris was in prison at the time the bank account was open in Jacksonville and at the time in which the worthless checks were passed According to the Hillsbor ough County Jail Records, th e three worthl es s check c har ges hav e been r e mo v ed from his list of charge s Morris is b eing h eld without bond on four fir s t-d e gree murd e r char ges, tw o felon in posse ss i o n of a firearm charges attempt e d and armed robbery. A charge of escape while trans porting was also added to his record on July 151 \ records show Suspect Sought In lakeland Shootings LAKELAND-Lake l and Police Wednesday night responded to the 6oo block of 7th Street after reports of a shooting. Police said three men were inside a residence when one of them answere d a knock at the door and was shot. Police said the shooter also fired shots at the other two men, striking one of them. Both men were taken to Lake l and Regional Medical C nter and no information has been released on their condition. Th y have b een identified as Deandrae Lamar Russell, 19, and James S aul F u llwoo d 20. The sho oter is descri b ed as a Black male, 5 10 to 6'3 tall and w eig h i n g b etween 180 and 205 pounds. Teenager charged Gunman Opens Fire AI : With Possession Job After Terminated TCENDRICK MOORE T a mp a Polic e arres t e d Tcendrick Moore, 18, Thur s d ay o n dru g charg es. Accordin g to the r e p o rt office r s co ndu c ted a bic ycle s t o p on Moore i n the 8 ooo block o f 12th Stre e t be ca u se h e was ridin g without ligh ts On e of t he o fficer s r e ported s e e in g a large bulg e in Moore' s po c k e t a nd con du cte d a p a t d o wn After Moore' s arres t offi cers sa i d they seized 11 small plastic bags of marijuana. Moore was charged with possessio n of can n a b is wit h i n tent to di stribute. H e w as r e l eased o n $2,000 bond. omcerShot Serving Warrant ST. P E T ERSBU R G On Wedn es day a t 8:2 1 p .m., St. Pet ers bur g Police TAC m e m b e r s serve d a dru g sea r c h warr a nt a t 962 1 9 th Ave. So. T h e r e p ort indi c a tes m e m b e r s of th e TAC t ea m a n n o un ced th e ir pr ese nce a nd wer e in th e pr ocess o f e nt e ring th e r eside nce w h e n so m e o n e insid e fir e d seve r a l s h o t s throu g h th e door O n e o f th e TAC m e mb e r s was s h o t in th e upp e r leg. Th e r e m a inin g m e mb e r s e nt e r e d th e h o m e a nd all o f t h e indi v idu a l s inside were a rr es t e d D e tectives a r e inv estiga ting th e incide nt t o d e t e rmin e w h o fir e d th e s h o t that s tru c k th e officer Unknown Gunman Shoots Dog Tampa Poli e w r call d to a home Thur day morning in the 1700 block of Louisiana on a report of a shooting. Police reported that Geraldine Tolbert, 57, told them she wa in her home when she heard a sing l e gun shot outside. She w nt out side to inv tigate and heard her dog, Angel omewhere in front of her home. She later found the dog in her backyard with a g unshot wound to the c h est Animal Contro l r sponded and took custody of the dog, b u t had to put it down N o s u s p ects in the s h oot ing h ave b ee n i d e n tifie d. ENFIELD, Conn. -A woman h id in g under h er d esk t ells a n e m erge ncy d i spa t c h e r tha t a co-wor ke r i s in the midst of a s hootin g spree T h e di s p a t c her p resses for a n y in f or m a ti o n abo ut the m a n F a mil y a nd f r i e nd s s a y Omar Thornton w a s onl y t oo p a infull y awa r e of tha t di s tin c tion as h e cla imed h e was s ubj e ct e d to r ac i a l d is c rimi n atio n w hil e working a s a union d r i ve r at H artford Dis tributor s in Manchester A utho ri tie s s a y they s till do not kn ow w h a t made Thornton s n a p --to pack two 9 mm p isto l s i n h is lunch b ox and a s hotgun in hi s car before he h ea d e d to w ork Tuesda y for a me e ti n g with hi s union repre sen tative a nd s upe rvis or s t o disc u ss h i s con ti nu e d e mplo y -OMAR THORNTON ment in what his girlfriend s aid w a s once his dream job. He had been caught steal ing beer, union and company officials said and quietl y agreed to resign after he saw the videotape But then he went on a rampage killing eight cow orkers some as they ran for cover, others as they warned people to run ---n and injuring two others before 5 committing suicide :!:! Help Needed In m locating Missing Man-The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is asking for assistance in locating a miss ing a nd en dangered adult. The missing person, Herman Williams, 64, is from South Carolina a nd was last seen Wednesday night at the Fair Fie ld Inn 10.150 Palm River Road, when he l eft to go to the Walgreens at Highway 6o and Parsons Avenue to purchase medicine. H e was last seen driving a 2005 brown Ford E>rplorer with South Carolina Disabled Tag# 21331. HERMAN WILLIAMS with dark vertical stripes, d ar blue short and white sneaker with black markings Anyone with information i r rm ::1 z "'0 c: III l en :I: m c H e i described as clean shaven 5 '7 weighing 175 pounds and was last seen wearing a white polo shirt a ked to contact the Hillsb o r ough County Sheriffs Office a (813) 24 7-8200 or Crim 0 stoppers at 1-800 8 7 3-8477 505 East .Jac kson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Build i n g Tampa, FL 33602 ( 813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Fedosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY ''CALL RIC AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injure d ? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY r - I (813) 892-8193 Or Email: callrickywllliams@gmail.com Available 2 4 H rs./ D a y F REE Consultation RICKY E WILLIAMS

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2nd Annual Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternitv, Inc., ScholarshiP luncheon Held On Saturday, July 24th, members of the community gathered at the Crowne Plaza, Tampa Westshore for the Second Annual Scholarship and Achievement Awards Luncheon. The event was hosted by the Tampa Alumni Guide Right Foundation and sponsored by Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Dr. Paulette C. Walker, National First Vice President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., delivered the keynote address. Among the young men rec ognized by the organization were: Hakim Henderson, David Claypool, Jared Burgess, Darin Underwood, Armani Humbert, Nick Felder and Paris Thomas. {Photography by BRUNSON). Dr. Paulette Walker, National First Vice President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., who served as the Guest Speaker, is shown with Edwin Narain, Past Polemarch of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., at the Annual Scholarship and Achievement Awards Luncheon. Justin Sanders and Ms. Jylze Jackson, were among those who attended the luncheon. Alexa Cottman and Evitta Hobbs attended the scholarship and awards luncheon. Ms. Tylon McGee, a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., is shown with Ms. Michelle Y. Stone at the luncheon. Ms. Wanda Seigler and Ms. Della Gaddie, both members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., attended the luncheon. Jvouth Center Hosts 12th Annual Talent Show Competition! Last Wednesday, hundreds of youngsters converged on the Wilbert Davis Boys & Girls Club. The purpose of the gathering was the talent show competition that the center has hosted for more than a decade. The 12th Annual Talent Showcase drew attendees from throughout the commu nity including other Boys & Girls Clubs and acts representing area parks and recre ation centers. Following the acts, the judges had a difficult time determining who would win first, second and third place trophies. The Sigma Psi Nu Sweethearts won first place, second place was awarded to the Star Diva's Step Team, and S.O.U.L Steppers walked away with third place. Markus Vance was the Master of Ceremony and music was provided by Rock It Rod DJ Services. The Theta Phi Beta Varsity Co-Ed Step Team performed during halftime and other local artists, including the Steppers of Unique Legacy, participated as well. {Photography by BRUNSON). Ms. Barbara Norton, Event Coordinator, Is shown with Markus Vance, who served as the show host. Among the talent show participants representing Kali Kali and MKG were: India, Tierra, LaVanja, Britney, Aices, Ajae, Cyrel, Alaisha, Breonte, Hailey and Ms. Cawenetta Martin, Choreographer. Gran Evil was among the attendees at the annual talent show held at the Wilbert Davis Boys & Girls Club. Bruno, of Hood Magazine and Big Bru's BBQ, left, is shown with Speedy H.O.H., of Speedy's House of Hitz.

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0 Local CD ..... CJ) :::;) (.!) :::;) <( c a: L1.. c a: L1.. c z <( c CJ) w :::;) ..... w H.O.P .E. Center Begins New GED Program BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Over the past two decades, the area of 29th Street and Lake Avenue has been the target of several groups hop ing to bring new life to that community. Several drug marches, the opening of the Nehemiah Laundromat and later the Audrey Spotford Center, and the razing of a couple of buildings began that process. The new H.O.P.E. Center wants to be a part of that transition and opened a branch at 2902 East Lake Avenue, on the corner of Lake Avenue and 29th Street. Sharla Jenkins, Program Director for the H O.P.E. Centers, said they have also started a new GED Program from Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. until1 p.m "We want to fulfill our commitment to provide peo-THE LAKE AVENUE H.O.P.E. CENTER ple with opportunities, and this is one way to get that done, said Ms. Jenkins. "We want to help anyone get their high school diplo ma, and all they have to do is come in, complete an application to sign up and get started. Jacobs Bentley will be providing the instruction and testing through the Adult and Community Education Center. For more information about the new G.E.D. Program, call (813) 231-9177. Congresswoman To Host Mongage And Foreclosure Prevention Workshop On Saturday, August 7th from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Congresswoman Kathy Castor will host a Mortgage Assistance and Foreclosure Prevention Workshop at Jefferson High School, 4401 West Cypress Street. Congresswoman Castor will join area housing experts, loan counselors and banking representatives in addressing the growing number of fore closures in the area. The workshop will also allow constituents facing foreclosure to receive help from housing and finance profes sionals. One-on-one counsel ing will be provided. Citizens who want to attend the workshop are asked to bring recent paycheck stubs and bank account statements, a drivers license or picture ID and social security card, income tax returns, including W-2 forms, a hardship letter explaining delinquency of mortgage payments or gap in employment, statements or bills documenting all house hold expenses, recent correspondence from mortgage company and last mortgage statement, and current property tax bill and proof of homeowners insurance. For more information, call (813) 871-2817 or visit www.castor.house.gov. Group To Host Communitv Development oav The Visionaries will be hosting a Community Development Day on Saturday, August 7th from 12 until 6 p m at 8751 North 40th Street. As part of the event, a health and educational fair will also be featured along with free AIDS testing With the theme Rooted In Our Community," The Visionaries want to get involved in any community projects that will benefit those in need and empower y oung people Free barbecue will be served, and for more information, call (727) 678-3519 or (704) 222-6662. [; w :::t: CJ) :::i CD :::;) ll. z ti _, _, :::;) CD I _, w z i= z w CJ) C a: 0 _, LL CD N w * * * * * * * * * RESPECTED AND TRUSTED NAME, RECOGNIZED LEADERSHIP, AND PROVEN INTEGRITY CJ Lilley NLft" Mllllr Cendlda.IB for Hlllaborough County Comml8aioner Dlatrtct 3, Democrat Political adverlilement paid for and approved br !Miey "IM" Miller, oendldate for Hlleborough County Diltrict 3, Democrat .,

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JOE 'PRO' ALLEN If I could bring my son back for a day, it would be his 'birthday. Love Donna Red, mom. A Haoov Belated Binhdav MRS. LEONA WILLIAM A happy belated birthday to Mrs. Leona William, on her 86th birthday. Go girl. Mrs. William is a member of The 29th Street Church Of God and mother of George, Glenn, Alex and William, and sister to Big Money Jerome Scott, Tampa Tony, Sr., Delores R. and ThelmaV. Happy birthday, Big Sis. KEITH And SHARA Happy 30th birthday to my fiance Keith. Words can't express how much you mean tome. Thank you for being the man you are, I will make sure your weekend is wonderful in Las Vegas! look Who's Turning 3 TAURENCE CREARY, III (TOOT) Happy birthday, Toot. Enjoy your day. Love, MeMe and your en tire family. R.I.P. Xzayvion R. Creary. OAK GRAP----A..._--U Pick 802 Joe Ebert Roa (813 986-2942 KEITH, SHAWN AndKISHA Birthday wishes going out to Keith Bailey, who turned 30 today, Aug. 6. From, his big sis, Shawn, brother-in-law, Dre, and a host of family and friends. We love you and wish you many more! THERESIA BAKER Happy birthday anniversary. Love you, Darrell. PASTOR ANTONIO PRINGLEY And MOTHER LILLIE KINDELL Happy 92nd birthday to Mother Lillie Kindell. From, Pastor Antonio Pringley and 1st Lady and the Fruit Of The Spirit family. KEITH And KISHA Birthday wishes are being sent out to my big brother, "Keith." From, your lil sis, Kisha. I followed your lead but I took my own path, thanks for everything. I love you and wish y<;m many more! JOE 'PRO' ALLEN Continue to be strong because you are not alone. Love Veeta, Donna Red (m om), Joe, Sr. and Britnee. Happy 15th Birthdav, Mom MRS MARY ANN THORNTON 8/5/10 From, your son, Judge, family and friends. ''The Voice of Our Community1 Speaking for ltseJf' 1\) 0 ..... 0

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All About You! r;:::::::::W::::::h;;::=a:::::;t'=s =il C!J <( >=' <( c a: LL. c BUNDY a: LL. MALCOLM HEPBURN, IV Born: s-8-to He w h o takes a child by the hand, takes the mother b y the heart. Happy birthday, Malcolm. From, Ms. Jackson and your twin, Malcolm Hepburn, IV. Couple Celebrates Golden Anniversarv c en w 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en ::J m D.. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: Together they have found a 0 friendship, raised a family it and built a beautiful mar-II riage ." Charlie and Mattie White celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on July 15, 2010 They went to Las Vegas to celebrate with John and Bobbie Bagley, who recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Upon their return, their children ; Helen Tyson, Sharon Thomas and Mel-. ida Copeland, put together a joyous celebration for their parents' reaffirmation cere mony and a dinner reception with many family and friends. "Mom and Dad, we thank Wedding Party, left to right: Ethel Hayes, Corneline Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. White, Dr. Larry White, Blake Harris, Arianann Thomas and Armon Perlcine. God that He blessed us with great parents and that you raised us up in a home built with love, moral values and int egrity." Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www.flsentinel.com Now With On-line Advertising And More! Introducing ... MR. And MRS. GERALD CAMPBELL The lovel y couple was married July 5, 2010, on a beautiful pier in Palmetto, FL, with a host of family and friends as witnesses to the special occasion. Gerald and Eleara will continue their celebration of matri mony with a wonderful honeymoon in the romantic city of Rome, Italy Congratulations and best wishes to you both. From, your fam ily and friends. To Be Married VONCILA DENNARD And GEORGE DANIEL He takes her hand to have and to hold their hearts embrace and never let go. A touch so pure a smile so real she closes her e y es, so she ma y feel the love of one man the love of her life they join as one husband and wife. The coup l e will join hands Sunday August 8 2010. Through The Fire BRISCO -N-YOLI August 7th Ma, I love you with all my heart. Enjoy your day, Brisco.

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Happv Anniversarv Deacon Jesse Hobdy and Sis. Bernice Hobdy cel e br a tin g 43 yea rs. W hosofindeth a w{fe,find e th a good thin g and obtainethfavor of the Lord. DEACON JESSE HOBDY And SIS. BERNICE HOBDY PROVERB 18:22 Happy Birthdav, Ma LADY FAYE Till the end of time +9. Linda. CHURCH DIRECTORY BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ...... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A .M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church When The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." Retirement Mr. Clarence Jerome Williams, Jr. retired from James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, Tampa, on July 22, 2010, after 29 yea r s of governme nt service . Ssg. Clarence Jerome Williams, Jr. retired from the Florida National . Guard with 27 years of Among those on hand to celebrate his retirement were: Apolonia Mendoza, Linda Williams, Clarence service. Williams, Tiny Bell and Joseph Abrams. _...,.____ __ .----=-..==--:::: l> c G) c (/) 51> 1\) 0 ..... 0 r-0 :tJ c l> (/) m z ::t z m J ana Schmith presents Juanita Washington and Douglas Woods celebrated a plaque to Clarence for his retirement. 29 years of service. r-St rt r.tssionary Baptist Cluch 7221 s Sherrill $treet Port Tampa, Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263 Pastor/Teacher *Building O n A Finn Foundaoon* Sooday School-9-..30 A.M. Sooday Morning Worahip 1!k515 A.M. Service & Bible Study -6:30 P.M. Trans rtaoon Services Available NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Early W z c c

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c a: LL c z < c en w ::l .... > a: w > w c w J: en ::J m ::l D. z i= w ..... ..... ::l m I ..... w z i= z w (J) < c a: 0 ..... u. m ch w CJ II About You! 50th Wedding Celebration MR. And MRS. CHARLIE WHITE Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White arrived at the wedding in their limo. The wedding was at Capdevila's Lateresita. Advertise your church events on-line with the Florida Sentinel GRACE IIARY MISSIOIIARY BAPTIST CIRJRCH 3001 N. 37th St 248-3779 Early Morning Worship -8 A M Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Worship-10:50 A M Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M THE PUBUC IS INVITED Sunda.Y School Have you stopped and con sidered what your world would be like if everyone was like you? Imagine a world where peo ple gave of themselves freely and looked for nothing in re turn. The world would be a better place and the church would be more effective in its ministry. This is the en c ouragement Paul i s giving to the church in Philippians 2:1-18. He praises them for their unselfish deeds and shows them how God is glorified through such behavior. The church today must begin to see how much God can be glorified through their un selfish acts of kindness Not only will God be glorified, but the one who works for the glory of God will be blessed. NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 _...., Pastor Weekly Activities SIXlday Ctuch School 9 :30 A M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Bille Class 4 :30P. M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M BIJie Study 7 :30 P MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. T. Klrldand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.rom 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 -General Bible Study ' 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C. T.ICIRICUIID, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org Paul says to the church, do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others more than yourself. Each person should not look out for just there own interest, but should look out for the interest of others (vv. 3, 4). As a believer it is vital that you realize that it is not all about you. No one must do the work of God for the main pur pose of trying to make him or herself look big and grand. Selfish ambition must die and the will of God for Him to be glorified must arise. Additionall y believers must look out for one another. The church must not sit around and think that because it is the church its all about them. The church must look for those who surround it. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School 9 : 45 a.m Morning Worship-11 a m Evening Worship -5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7 : 30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! PIRST BAP11ST CHURCH CJI PR08RESS VIUA8E 8818 Progress BIYd., Tampa. A. 33819 Church omoe: (813) 877-1948 Pastor's omce: (81$) 672-0389 Academy Office: (813) 877-5988 : Fax: 672-o514 E-Malt. fboopv
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