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c:c c a: 0 -I u. Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area VOL. 65 NO. 101 TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010 24 PAGES 75 County Commissioners Seek To End Panhandling SEE PAGE 7 Apartments To Undergo Complete Renovation 7 SEE PAGE 2 Man,21, Stabbed In Chest Critical SEE PAGE 14 SEE PAGE 14 CONGRESSWOMAN CASTOR HONORS RETIRED EDUCATOR On Sunday, members of the Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church were on hand to witness U S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor read the accomplishments of Dr. Walter Smith into the Congressional Record. The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress and published daily when Congress is in ses sion. The announcement and the presentation was made during the 11 a.m. service. Several family members and friends joined the congregation to at tend the service as Congresswoman Castor made the presentation to Dr. Smith. Reverend Michael Bouie, Senior Pastor of Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church who made the announcement is shown in the center. (Photography by LOMAX MciNTYRE)

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or--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Features 0 Retired Educator's Achievements Read Into Congressional Record ,... c a: LL. c z < c (J) w .... > a: w > w c w ::t: (J) :::::i m c. z t= w -I -I m I -I w z t= z w (J) < c a: 0 -I LL. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor We have often heard the statement that everyday heroes are people from the neighborhood. And most times, these are individuals who live their lives without much fanfare. One such individual is Dr. Walter Smith, former president of Florida A & M University. Last Sunday, U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor presented Dr. Smith with documentation that his accomplishments have been read into the Congressional Record. Reverend Michael Bouie, Senior Pastor of Allen Temple A. M. E. Church, made the announcement during the 11 a.m. service. The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress, and published daily when Congress is in DR. WALTER SMITH name and achievements read into Congressional Record session This acknowledg ement is the most recent in a series of commendations and tributes in which Dr. Smith has been the recipient. He was recently the only African American presented the international Cornelius P. Turner Award by the GED Testing Service of the Amer ican Council of Education. A Tampa native, Dr. Smith attended school in Cairo, Georgia, while living with his grandmother. But he withdrew and decided to enter the workforce. Several years passed, including a stint in the U. S. Army before Dr. Smith re alized he needed to return to school and earn his GED be fore pursuing his goals in life. He earned the GED while employed and attending junior college. Dr. Smith continued his education at Gibbs Junior College where he earned an Associates in Arts degree, and enrolled at Florida A & M University He earned his Bachelor's of Arts degree in Biology and Chem istry and a Master's degree in School Administration. In 1974, Dr. Smith earned his Ph.D. from Florida State University. Dr. Smith has continued to serve as a beacon of hope to others who withdrew from school. Kenneth/Johnson Court Renovations Will Feature Complete Makeover BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter If you want to remember what the Kenneth/Johnson Court Apartments on 43rd Street look like, go take a photo of them now. A year from now, you won't recog nize the complex. Peter Leach, Vice-Presi-dent of Southport Financial who owns the complex, said renovations at the complex have already began and the major renovations will begin August 16th. "Every interior system will be replaced including cabi nets, flooring, interior doors, plumbing, appliances, and front doors. In other words, there will be a complete inte rior gutting of all the units." On the exterior, Leach said all of the air conditioning units will be replaced with ef ficiency units, and there will be new landscaping, and a new fence surrounding the property that will have confor a swimming pool, clubhouse and office. There will also be a computer center for the children." Leach said they have a plan in place to move tenants out of their buildings for two to three weeks while the ren ovations take place through stimulus dollars, tax credits, and funds from Southport Financial. Leach said the renovations will have no impact on what the tenants are paying for rent. N trolled access. w e, "We've already identified the first t6 tenants and e veryone has been receptive to the changes.' "Because this is a rehab project, we don't have an artist rendering of what the final project will look like right now. We will have one in a couple of months, and we will make it available for everyone to see. ' "We are also awaiting approval from the City Council The $24.5 million renova tion project will be funded Recruiter Delivers Students To College ) CHARLES FORSTER ... Delivers College Students to Campuses BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Charles Forster works as a recruiter helping students prepare to attend college. However, Forster said he goes a step further with the youngsters. On August 12th, he is slated to transport 20-25 students who have been accepted at Livingston College in Salisberg, North Carolina, to school. He has chartered a bus for the trip, but said he needs financial assistance to make the trip possible. "Usually, when students get accepted into school, they must go on their own. I was supposed to have about so students who I have recmited to attend Livingston College but about half of them are not going. Usually, I would just pay for the trip, but I don't have the money this time," Forster stated. He further stated that he has been working with about 100 students getting them prepared for school. Many of the youngsters attend Middleton and Blake High Schools. He is the founder and CEO of the non-profit organization, Recruitment Innovations for Student Empowerment (RISE). He stated that the organization takes the students to school to take away the stress of hav ing to get to school. Forster stated that once the students reach school, he remains in contact with them. "We talk to them every week and we have a mentor that talks with them at least once a month. Many of these students are low-income, at-risk kids, or first generation col lege students. I am trying to raise $2,ooo for the bus." Forster said the bus is supposed to leave Middleton High School on Thursday, August 121h, en route to Livingston College. Anyone wishing to make a donation can do so through Paypal. The account is opened at Wells Fargo. The routing number is 063107513 and the account number is 2000057541206. Earlv Voting Dates Set For Primarv Election On Monday August 9th early voting began for the upcoming August 24th Primary Election. Early voting will end on Saturday August 21' \ in Hillsborough County. There are 14 locations designated as Early Voting sites. The locations will also be open on Sah1rdays between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm at: the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd ., 26th Floor, in downtown Tampa; the Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N. Falkenburg Road; and the Plant City, City Hall, 302 W. Rey'11olds Street in Plant City. Ballots can be cast at public libraries throughout Hillsbo rough County. The hours that ballots can be cast are between 10 am and 6 pm. The locations are: Bloomingdale Regional Public Library, 1906 Bloom ingdale Avenue, Valrico; College Hill Branch Library, 2607 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd.; Jan Kaminis Platt Regional Library, 3910 South Manhattan; Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 2902 W. Bearss Av enue; New Tampa Regional Library, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd.; Riverview Branch Library, 10509 Riverview Dr., Riverview; SouthShore Regional Library, 15816 Beth Shields Way Ruskin; Temple Terrace Public Library, 202 Bullard Park-way, Temple Terrace ; Town 'N Country Regional Public Library, 7606 Paula Dr., Ste. 120; West Tampa Brunch Library, 2312 W. Union Street ; and Upper Tampa Bay Regional Public Library, 11211 Countryway Blvd.

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Features Pharmacist To Donate Book Bags During Grand Re-Opening BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Three years ago, Dr. Ike Okeke, a licensed pharmacist, opened the doors of Superior Medical Center, 11531 N. 56th Street. This weekend, he will host a twoday 'Grand Re-Opening' event on Friday, August 13th, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., and lunch will be provided. On Saturday, Dr. Okeke and his staff will host their First Annual Free Back-to School Physical Bash. The medical team that will pro vide up to 200 physicals are: Dr. Andrew Okpaleke, Dr. Miquel Montoya, Dr. John Mubang, Dr. Carline Vilfort and Dr. Okeke. Dr. Luis Merced is the Medical Director. Dr. Okeke said, "As we continue to provide quality healthcare services we strive to be one of our community s 'One Stop Healthcare Centers'. He further stated that the company has expanded to include Urgent Care, Auto-Injury Care, Chiropractic Care and Massage Therapy Dr. Okeke said the physi cals and free book bags are their way of giving back to the DR. IKE OKEKE Pharmacist community. He hopes to pro vide each child who take s a ph y sical with a book bag. Any one in th e communit y who would like to participate by donating school supplies can visit Temple Terrace Pharmacy or call (813) 989-1351. A native of Nigeria Dr. Okeke was educated in his homeland before moving to the U. S. in 1991. After moving to Tampa in 1993, he worked with a local depart ment store chain. Dr. Okeke is married and the father of four children. He enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, reading and gardening. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert The Fforida Law states That You May Be Entitled TO $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care lllll'ltJIBis8l 111111:81 Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No fee Investigators H there Is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Phannaoy -Free Delivery Specializing In: car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More . Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week c: m en Tampa Natives Help Residents During Heat wave c C) c: BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last weekend, the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for much of Southwest Louisiana. Meteorologists predict triple digit temperatures again this week and residents were warned to take necessary precautions. Two men came to realize that everyone might not have air conditioning to bat tle the heat. In an attempt to help the less fortunate survive the heat wave, two Tampa natives, Curtis A. Wright, Sr., and Major Gilbert White took part in a fan drive. During one weekend, they delivered more than 60 fans to needy residents. The idea is to identify fami lies in need of the fans and then deliver them without cost to the recipients. An established realtor, Wright attended the public schools of Hillsborough County He graduated from Howard W Blake High School in 1969, and entered the U.S. Air Force. He served for 24 years before retiring in 1993. While in the military, Wright earned his Associates in Science Degree, Information Management from the Community College of the Curtis Wright, Sr., and Major Gilbert White are delivering box fans to residents without air conditioning in the Shreveport-Bossier City area of Louisiana. Both are Tampa natives who pursued careers in the military. Air Force. He is also a gradu ate of the prestigious REALTORS (Leadership Training Program). Wright decided to settle in the Shreveport-Bossier City area and opened Curtropolis Reality Services. He is a 17-year veteran in the real estate market, the host of a radio show, a motiva tional speaker and trainer. Wright said he has helped build homes through the Habitat For Humanity Program, delivered food to the needy during the holi days, and donates to assist school children. I'm not a big believer in rebuilding the wheel, I just want to take an existing one and modify it to suit my needs." Major Gilbert White is f! the Commander of the 0 :!! Shreveport Military 0 Entrance Processing Station. l> In addition, Tampa native m Major White graduated Z from King High School in 1984. He continued his edu-m cation at Eastern KentUcky r;-m University, where he earned c: a B. A. degree in History and was commissioned as a !!J Second Lieutenant, in 1996. z Major White has receiv-"'0 ed numerous awards and 5j. decorations, including the rBronze Star Medal among others. He remains on active m duty. C m < m c: m All-Electronic Tolling Coming To Selmon bpresswav en c l> z c :!! Those who travel the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway are very familiar with the toll booths. As technology improves, so does transportation. Joe Waggoner, Execu tive Director of the Tampa Hillsborough County Expressway Authority (THEA) met with the Sentinel Editorial Board on Wednesday to share how the conversion to All-Electronic Tolling (AET) on the Selmon Expressway will operate. The conversion will occur in mid to late September, 2010. The Miami-Dade area is the first to institute AET in Florida. All-Electronic Tolling is a means of collecting the tolls by using equipment on the overhead gantries (Sunpass and license plate photogra phy). Riders will have the option to purchase the pre-paid Sunpass or receive a monthly invoice that will be mailed to the address on the license plate registration. Currently, less than 2596 of the riders pay cash to travel the toll expressway, Waggoner explained. Of the 60 employees who currently remain to man the toll booths, 2596 have said they will retire completely, 2596 will work at other toll booths and about 30 employees wish to be retrained for other jobs. Waggoner added that the toll workers are contracted by a turnpike company and not by the local Expressway Authority. Board member, Publisher Kay Andrews asked what method is being used to inform the toll drivers about the conversion. So far, 40,000 announcements have been mailed, another 10,000 will be handed out and there will be some news paper advertising . About The Expressway Authority The Tampa Hillsborough County Expressway Authority operates on a $40 million budget. There are 12 employees, 1 of which (receptionist) is African American. There are 3 African Americans on the 7-member board: City Councilman Thomas Scott, County Commissioner Kevin White and banker, CuTtis Stokes G) (appointed by the governor). m w

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Q editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper 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. 193o-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 Subscrlptlons-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0G-Per Year Both Editions Oplnlon,a expreued on editorial pages of this ne-paper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not neceaurlly reflect the editorial stance of The Aorlde Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Jen Greene: What Goes Around J eff Greene is in trouble. Poor Jeff! Just the other c( week, everything was coming up roses for him and thorns for his counterpart. Kendrick Meek was in every c mouth and mailbox throughout Florida, having been acffi cused by supporters of Greene of having done nothing in :::: particular, but of having stood idly by while his mother t-did one thing or another. Mind you, nothing has even remotely been proven to that extent. But then, as a bad-guy was once heard to say, W "Pop goes the weasel!" If you've not been watching or fiJ reading the news, let us be the first to tell you. Jeff ::1: Greene is backpedaling like a drowning hound trying to tn distance himself from what seems to be insurmountable :::i m evidence that he bought up then unloaded housing units to make a profit of more than $500 million. z What's worse, in his best sad-face, candidate Greene j:::::: has been heard to yelp, "I didn't do it. It wasn't me!" Tsk! Tsk! Seems only yesterday, the pinching shoe was on the ..J other foot! Well, you know what Tampa sportsmen would say. "What goes around, Mr. Greene, most surely ..:, will come around," especially around primary election time. Zi= P.S. Readers, do not forget to vote! Our future depends w uponit! U) a: 0 ..J Set Your Clock. Vote Earlv P retend President Barack Obama is running for reelection. Vote early! Indeed, the upcoming August 24th election is just as important as the presidential election, which took place two years ago. If you don't believe us, look at who's running. Few of them would you take home to mother. We voters can now begin voting early, between Monday, August 9th and Saturday, August 2181 at any of 14 early voting sites located throughout Hillsborough County, no matter where you live. No excuses! By the way, when we suggested you pretend President Obama was running for reelection as a reason to vote during the upcoming primary, we weren't really pretending. President Obama needs Congressional senators and representatives in Washington who will work with him to create alternative energy sources and jobs that can bring economic stability to our country. We also need to elect a governor, state legislators and county commissioners who will accept stimulus funds designed to bring economic health to state and government employees. So, mark your calendar and set your alarm clock. Not to vote in the upcoming August 24th election is the same w as not having voted for President Barack Obama and the CJ "Yes We Can" movement. Therefore, we urge everyone if who is eligible, to vote early. people have a responsibility to a police officer. That respon sibility is very simple. Both Blacks and policemen have the responsibility to treat each other as human beings. lite Has Become So Valueless That is exactly what these women were doing, treating two police officers as human beings and trying to save their lives. To these ladies those bodies lying in the streets were two human beings who needed help. J ust how valueless has life become? A better ques tion may be just how cold blooded have we become? It appears to me that we, as a people, have become so cold blooded and life has become so valueless until we can stand to see a human being lying in the streets dying and just walk away. Let me remind you that life is still very valuable. It is a blessing from God and it is something that only He can give. It doesn't matter what a person's race, sex, religion, social status, or occupation is, their lives are of value and their lives deserve to be saved. To be more specific, I re cently read that three women are being harassed because they came to the aid of two Tampa police officers who had been fatally shot and lay dying in the streets. In my opinion these ladies did the right thing. I feel that it was right for them to do what they did. They should have done the same thing for the shooter had the roles been reversed. That is the godly thing to do and it is the human thing to do. No human being should allow their hearts to become so hardened until they want to see another human die. Death is so final. I know of no ordinary man or no medical procedure that's capable of raising one from the dead. Police officers have a re sponsibility to Black people and believe it or not Black Should these women be hated, harassed or persecuted for doing the godly thing and rendering help to two humans who had become the least of these? I should think not. Even if you see the police as the enemy of Black people, let us remember that the Bible tells us to love our enemy. The major problem for the condition of the world today is that mankind has lost re spect for the sanctity of life, our respect for each other and our inability to live and let live. These ladies need to carry on their lives, knowing that what is right is still right, regardless of who may be against it. More Black Historv Trivia I citizens. Because slaves could not assign inventions to their owners, Jefferson Davis was unable to patent a boat pro peller that had been invented by one of his slaves. There after, many slave owners patented inventions by slaves as their own. Finally, teachers will love this one and maybe even send this column to philanthropists, Bill and Melinda Gates. Did you know John D. Rockefeller donated over $so million over a five-year period to the General Education Board for training Black teachers in Southern schools, beginning in 1903? So, in spite of negative comments made about the Rockefellers, at least you know something positive they did for Blacks. Today, no doubt $so million would be comparable to at least $100 million ---a whole lot of money! There is so much to learn about our history as a people in Africa and America until a person could spend an entire lifetime reading the treasure trove of information. As I told you once before, the excitement is found in the little known facts about our history facts that escape most his tory books. Today I will share a few more of those interesting facts with you. For instance, did you know that there was a slave rebellion in 1816 led by a white man named George Boxley? A wealthy abolitionist and for mer slave owner Boxley had planned to take over Freder icksburg and Richmond, Vir ginia. Having recruited slaves from nearby Spotsylvania, Vir ginia Boxley's plan was foiled by a local slave, named Lucy, who told her owner. Even though Boxley escaped to Ohio and Indiana, six slaves were caught and executed for the planned rebellion. Another interesting fact is that on February 6, 1820 a ship that set sail for the west coast of Africa with 88 freed Blacks aboard was named Eliz abeth, but was also called the Mayflower of Liberia the group started a colony on a small island, but later moved to what is now present day Liberia. The colony named its capital Monrovia after President James Monroe. You'll really like this one, es pecially if you're from Bartow In 1815, runaway slaves and Creek Indians captured Fort Blount, Florida from Semi noles and used it as a haven for escaped slaves and a base for attacks on slave owners. By 1850, new permanent settlers came to the area and an Amer ican army unit had recaptured the fort. After the Civil War in 1867, the area was renamed Francis Bartow, the first Confederate officer to die in the Civil War. While researching inventions by Blacks, I found out that in 1858, a United States Attorney in Washington, D.C. ruled that slaves could not patent inven tions because they were not Again, you can see why I be lieve the trivia part of Black History is the most interesting. Harambee! ---------------1 The Senunel Recommendadons 1 I I For Auwst 26th Primary: County Commission 1 1 District2 1 U.S. Senate Victor Crist 1 I Kendrick Meek County Commission U.S. Representative District 3 I I Kathy Castor Valerie Goddard or I I Governor Les Miller Alex Sink Circuit Court Judge I 1 Attorney General Group 4 I I Pam Bondi (R) Zilia Vasquez I Dan Gelber (D) I State Representative County Court Judge 1 I District 12 Group 10 1 Jim Norman Greco Jr. "' I State Representative School Board District 2 I I District 47 Candy Olson I Brian Blair School Board District 4 I State Representative Richard Bartels 1 I District 55 School Board 6 Darryl Rousson April Griffin I ---------------

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Horoscopes/soaps HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--You want to enjoy life, and there's no time like the present to begin doing just that. This year promises creative and recreational possibilities. You have to keep your career and social position in mind, but you have plenty of time to enjoy the fruits of your labors. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-If you want credit for the work you do today, no problem. Just document your work through emails or other written form. Keep it professional. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Take your bright ideas with you into a private space, where you can integrate intuition with reason This is surprisingly easy today. libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Passionate effort applied to the needs of your partner achieves greater success than you'd have thought possible. It 's not about you today. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Continue to work privately to accomplish a task no one else cares about. You need to see this through to the end. Share results later. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You'd go a long way to find just the thing to please someone. Luckily, you don't have to leave your own neighborhood for this today. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Open your mind to all the possibilities of the universe. There really is no limit to what you can accomplish if you apply inspiration and logic. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Your favorite person wants you to work with them on a project that emphasizes logic. A female provides a softer touch for harmony. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Don t start anything new today Instead, polish projects already in the works. You get plenty of help from just about everyone. Aries (March 21-April 19) -You want everything to go smoothly, as y ou plan a special event for your partner or associate Check in frequently to verify details Taurus (April 20-May 20)-Differences of opinion have restricted forward movement until now. As you perceive the situa tion from a new perspective, opportunities arise. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Explore your passions today by first deciding what you really want and then focusing efforts to get it. Luck plays a part in the outcome. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Take time to pay the bills and clean your desk. Now's the time to complete transactions and for mulate a plan for the future SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN-Annie begs JR not to tell anyone about Scott stealing Palmer's idea; Marissa becomes upset after se eing JR and Annie alone together; Kendall goes to see Ryan at the hos pital. Jack tells Greenlee that Ryan has taken a turn for the worse; Marissa says she must leave JR; Caleb senses something 's wrong with Krystal. AS THE WORLD TURNS Iris fears that she s been caught; Henry and Will visit the warehouse with a psychic. Emily finds Barbara in the wine cellar; Reid does not like that Luke talks about Noah. Craig accuses Blackthorn of attacking Johnny; Lily tells Carly the truth about the perfume factory BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Brooke and Oliver beg Hope to forgive them; Stephanie steps in as a mother figure to help Hope; an argument between Brooke and Stephanie turns violent; Bridget and Owen feel their baby kick for the first time. Taylor gives her shares of Forrester Creations to Steffy; Bill offers Donna a large sum of money for her shares of Forrester Creations; Ridge stands by his decision to fire Steffy; Bill learns about Steffy s shares and plans to use this to his advantage. Ridge tries to convince Hope to forgive Brooke; Stephanie warns Ridge that Steffy may tum on him and end up joining forces with the wrong people; Bill approaches Steffy about teaming up with him. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Carly and Bo blame themselves for Hope's mental break; Baker tells EJ and Sami some hard truths; Arianna finds Brady at the pub and tries to stop him from drinking; Doug and Julie learn what Hope has done. Arianna is unsure whether she can ever forgive Hope; Stefano admits to Will that Madeline once betrayed him; Hope breaks down in Doug 's arms; Kate overhears DA Woods blaming Chad for Madeline s death Hope apologizes to Abe for hurting him; Maggie thanks Victor for being her friend; Victor tries to comfort Bo; EJ confronts Hope, and Bo throws him out; Will takes his mom to task; Brady comes face-to face with Hope. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sonny tells Claire of his history with Brenda; Lucky may be able to retrieve baby Aiden; Brook inten tionally gets drenched in the rain and arrives shivering at Dante's home. Vanessa Marcil returns in the role of Brenda Barrett ; Lucky and Maxie share a kiss; Carly tells Lulu that Dante cannot be trusted. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Tea asks Blair to be Dani 's legal guardian; Natalie tells Brody she's pregnant; Inez tells Nate that Ford and James are his brothers. Todd and Dani say their good byes to Tea; Viki and Charlie return from vacation; Kelly sends Rex a text for help. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Chance's life is in danger; Nina assumes the worst about Paul and Christine. Neil disrespects Sofia; Nikki is a hero. Victoria learns the truth from Jill; Ashley fears her past will repel Tucker. Hope returns; Victor has a message for the Abbotts and the Newmans. Prominent matrons attending a Yuletide Tea are Inez Johnson, Rosa Harris, Corrine Sumlin, Ida Stevens, Willie Baldwin, Alberta Blake, and J.D. Judge. 1-. Attending the New Salem M.B. Church anniversary celebration are Vivian Knight, Quiani Whaley, Sylvia Taylor, Reva Taylor, Rev. Harry L. Harris, Fannie Rodgers, Murtel Mitchell, Ann Drayton, Rev. C. C. Drayton, and lillian Cusseaux. \. In this beautiful photo from the past attending a Soft Style Sow are Ted Manuel, Rosa Carswell, Ruby Barnett, Letha Wright, Ola Williams, and Mary Sanford. 0 N 0 0 "'T'' r-0 ::c I en m z ::! z m l tD c: rrm ::! z ., c: tD r-(j) :::r: m c m < m -f c: m en c )> z c "'T'' c

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0 c a: LL c z c( c en w ::::;) .... w > w c w ::a: en :::::i m ::::;) a.. z tu ...J ...J ::::;) m ..:. w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL H.I.V.Isn't Just On The 'Down-low' According to a report r e leased early last month, Black women are contracting the H.I.V virus at one of the highest rates in the United States. And if you believe popular opinion, "down-low brothers" (Black men who secretly engage in bi-sexual behavior) are the ones re sponsible for giving it to them. V\1lile I can neither con firm or deny the accuracy of these claims if they are true I can't help but wonder why Black women a re the only ones being affected? Years ago, I remember watching a Bay area news station send one of its special investigative reporters to un cover a seedy situation occur ing in a mangrove along the St. Petersburg side of the Howard Franklin Bridge. Apparently, men (most of whom were white), were using the grove as a ren dezvous point to meet other men interested in participat ing in homosexual sex. When the news crews ar rived on the scene along with the sheriff department, the men attempted to flee the area as hastily as kitchen roaches running from the sudden presence of light. With their hats pulled over th' eir eyes and their faces tucked inside of their shirts, none of them wanted to be caught on camera as the face of sexual degeneracy. It was later discovered that almost all of these men had wives, girlfriends, fi ancees and were perceived by the people who knew them as normal everyday, heterosex ual Joes. In other words, these were white men who were also living on the down-low.,;' I bring this story up be cause it raises a very interest ing question. If men like the ones mentioned are exposing their white wives and girl friends to the same risk fac tors that Black down-low brothers are allegedly trans mitting to their women, why isn't the number of white women with H.I.V. inflating as well? I mean, if they're saying that male bi-sexuality is the root cause that has otherwise healthy women being in fected with H.I.V. and down lowism (a term I think I just created) is clearly not exclu sive to Black men then why does this plague seem so one sided? The answer may be that there is still something about this disease that they are not telling us Call me a conspiracy nut, but I don t think it's just a co incidence that this virus is currently causing havoc on women of color all over the world. In Africa, the highest number of new AIDS cases are among Black women. The same can be said of Brazil in South America. and even in the Australian Out back the Aboriginal people o'-4tl& tfliiiWill. "tfl JJlfl. of t/ampe'llnf, tftetdtlt tflwuta/Wj University Area Community Center Complex {UACCC) Registration Is required. Seating Is limited/ WorkshoPS Include; Screen!OBs Include: Ask the Doctor Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Diabetes Healthy Cooking Breast Exams, & Mammograms: Women & Exercise (FREE to those who qualify Call for details) For more Information or to register, Call (813) 307-8015 Ext. 3502 or VIsit us at www.hlllscoyntvbealth .org DEADLINE: September Z2, 2010 Special Gift to first 150 women who register DA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH HILLIIOIOUGH COUNTY HfAlTH IIIPAITMIHT are being ravaged by this seemingly unstoppable scourge. I wonder if they're blaming the down-low brother" in these places also? The truth is, no one can definitively say what is caus ing the rapid rise in reported H.I.V. cases among Black women. And at this point in the game, I'm not even sure if the what, why and where even matters The most im portant thing now is trying to figure out how to prevent this epidemic from becoming even worse. We can start by drasti cally changing how we screen potential mates. Before head ing off to Applebee's or the movies on first dates maybe it would be wiser to swing by the health department to get some blood work done. If the person you're with looks at you crazy for sug gesting this as a first stop look at them even crazier for not being just as eager to go through the process. Sure it's unconventional and may even have the both of you feeling a bit uncomfortable. But when it comes to a matter of life or death, it's better to feel awkward and be safe now than to be dying and feel sorry later Anyone wanting to contact Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr 43110-018; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville S.C. 29512; or email him at cbarr2@oasisnovels.com Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. DEMARIO Happy belated birthday. From, your family and friends. Candidate onersRide To Polls U.S. Senate Candidate Kendrick Meek is offering rides to the poll for those who want to participate in Early Voting. The rides will be offered Wednesday, August uth, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The vehicles will leave from Meek's Tampa Campaign Office, 1463 Tampa Park Plaza. To RSVP contact Tim Anderson (407) 923-4184, or Tim@kendrickmeek.com. THE LOVELY, MS. BRIDGETTE WELCH And DAMON -HOWARD Happy birthday, to the lovely, Ms. Bridgette. May God bless you to have many more. Hearing Set In Racial Discrimination Case On Thursday, a mediation hearing will be held between Ms. Myrtice Landers and the University of South Florida s Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity. Ms. Landers, a former USF academic adviser, accused the school of racial discrimination and alleged the school covered up NCAA violations last month. Ms. Landers was put on ad ministrative leave July Isth for allegedly committing a secondary NCAA violation that involved giving free textbooks to a non scholarship women's basketball player. Her attorney, WII Florin, explained that his client admits to forgetting about the athlete los ing her scholarship, but alleges she was discriminated against in the way the school handled the situation, and intentionally put in jeopardy her need to become fully vested in the school's retirement system She was 10 months shy of that goal when she was put on leave. Atty. Florin said his client first received a letter of termina tion, but later the school granted her a mediation hearing East Tampa Association Gets Grant For Home Rehab Proiec-s BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The East Tampa Business and Civic Association has been awarded a $2oo,ooo grant to provide homeowners with funds to rehabilitate their homes. ETBCA President, Dianne Hart, said up to $2o,ooo per home can be used on things like roofs, plumbing, electri cal and repairs that affect safety and the quality of life. If the total cost for repairs exceeds $2o,ooo, the property is not eligible. Household income is the major factor in determining eligibility. Income eligibility is based on federal and state income guideline limits for low-income households that are at or below 8o96 of area median income The grant does not have to be repaid, nor will there be a lien on the property. The grant is intended to improve safety, health conditions and quality of life for the home owners. The grant was made possi ble through the City of Tampa Housing and Com munity Development Department through the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Applications will be screened and processed in the order received. The East Tampa Business and Civic Associa tion will process and approve the applications. "Anyone who has repairs that exceed $20,000 should seek help from another agency or secure a loan from another source," said Hart. "There are also other non profit groups providing services, and you can call tbe city's Housing Development Office at 9813) 274-7954 For more information, call (813) 248-3977 for an pointment.

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Local 2 34th Street Church 01 God Tampa District Church Preparing for 'The famiiV School convention Held Conference Of The Year' At St. James AME Church 1\) 0 There is great excitement in the air at 34th Street Church of God. The church that feels the call to touch the communit y is doing so through its Annual Family Fest Conference. Led by Dr. Thomas Scott and Lady Marva Scott, 34t h Street Church of God has endeavored and succeeded over the last few years to give away thousands of book bags and school supplies to the local community, pro vide haircuts and hair braiding, health screen ings and physicals, free food and so much more. This year is no exception. Even in the midst of a recession, 34th Street Church of God re mains committed to serving the community. The conference will begin on Wednesday, 11, 2010 at 7 p. m., with noted preacher and Grammy award singer, Pastor Marvin Winans, Detroit, MI. On Thursday Night, August 12, 2010 the guest speaker will be Dr. Jamal Bryant, Baltimore, MD. Fri day, August 13, 2010 will be the state Bishop of the Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship, Bishop Rudolph W. McKissick, Jr., Jacksonville, FL, and on Sunday, August 15, 2010 at 10 a. m., the speaker will be Pastor Phillip Pointer of Alexandria, VA. On Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 9 a. m., the church will host its annual Community DR. THOMAS SCOIT AND lADY MARVA SCOIT Survival Day at the AI Barnes Park (18th St. Park) in East Tampa. Families will be blessed to receive free book bags and school supplies, haircuts and hair braiding, health physicals, HIV-AJDS test dental screenings, food, games, music and so much more. For more information about the conference you may visit, www.34thstreetcog.org or call 813-248-6548 ext 223. Vending and sponsor ship opportunities are available. The confer ence is free but nightly seating is limited CiiV Council Honors Women Who Aided Fallen OHicers In June, two Tampa Police officers were fatally wounded during a traffic stop. Upon realizing that the men were hurt, three Tampa women came to the aid of two wounded police officers. Last Thursday, members of the Tampa City Council paid tribute to Ms. Renee Roundtree, Ms. Wislande "Rose" Dodson, and Ms. Delores Keen. Shortly after 2 a. m., on June 29th, Ms. Roundtree, Ms. Dodson, and Ms. Keen, were en route to the store when they heard two gunshots. After looking out of the window and observing two police cars with the lights on, the women felt it was safe to go outside. They didn't know at the time that both Officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab had been wounded and left on the side of the road. Both officers died of their injuries. Ms. Renee Roundtree, Ms. Wislande "Rose" Louis-Paul Dodson, and Ms. Delores Keen were recently honored by members of the Tampa City Council for their efforts to aid two injured Tampa Police officers. Ms. Dodson and Ms. Roundtree checked the of ficers' pulses while Ms. Keen called 9-1-1. City Council Chairman Thomas Scott requested that the women be recog nized and Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor made the presentation of awards during the regular City Coun cil meeting. In attendance at the convention were Mrs. Gloria Andrews and Mrs. Beatrice Rodriguez Snow. Commissioners want To End Panhandling BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer .... 0 'T1 r-0 On Wednesday, the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners ::0 addressed the issue of panhandling on city and county streets. Earlier this summer St. Petersburg s City Council passed a new (J) law on street panhandlers, charity fundraisers and street vendors m from soliciting on city streets Hillsborough County Commissioners want to pass a similar law z and the board voted 7-0 to have County Administrator Mike Mer-m rill come back to them with how the ordinance should be ad-r;dressed. Comm. Mark Sharpe initiated the action and said the issue of street vending is getting worse and now has become a public safety m issue :::! z Comm. Rose Ferlita said the ordinance has to be fair for every-"tJ one. "It may be necessary for us to form partnerships with those solic iting funds for charities. We must have an equally generic ordinance and we can t permit some and not all." "The Church Needs to Return to Her First Love" Revelation I :4 You Are Invited to Attend the lnnua aavhl81 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 Gwst ENIIfllifl Dr. Kenneth Maurice Davis Pastor ofThbemacle M. B. Church D'llberville, Mississippi 4th Vice President of the National Bapcist Convention of America, /tte. "Revive us apia flU each eart will Thy love; May each 10111 be rekiadled witll fire fi"MM above" "Th e Church Needs to Return to Her First Love" Revelation I :4 c: Ill r en :X: m c m < m ::0 -< -1 c: m (J) c > z c 'T1 :2 c

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0 'Poor Chef Launches Radio Show Soul Food 'Food Court' :::l This past week, Charles Set Up It Shrlners g Mattocks, "a.k.a." The c: Poor Chef, took his show to Conventl-01 another level. Now, "The C Healthy Dish" airs on ffi radio station 660 AM in Ori= lando. It began airing on Au-gust th, from 12 a.m. to 1 a.m., and will air every Sat urday. Mattocks, the author of "Eat Cheap But Eat Well," has taken the coun try by storm. After moving from California to raise his son, Mattocks was desper ate to find ways to feed his son, Armani, healthy, af fordable meals. Together they created "The Poor Chef' and set out to change the way people eat. The idea was to see real people prepare real meals that are healthy for $7 or less His love for healthy food ness. fueled his passion for health and wellness. Mattocks C aims to educate people on fE how to buy great food for the c family without breaking the Z budget. He has a sauce line, < a magazine, a kid's book coming soon, and a doll line in the works; all aimed at promoting health and wellAdditionally, Mattocks has teamed up with the USDA Pyramid program geared toward the early edu cation of school-aged child ren, teaching them to eat and shop for healthy foods. which be bas produced a radio show, a newsletter, and is preparing to launch a one day wellness seminar called "The Healthy Dish." For more information on Mattocks visit the website at www.thepoorchef.com or http: 1/thehealthydishshow.wordpress.com/ i;: w > w c w ::1: CJ) ::; m :::l 0.. z tu ...J ...J :::l m ...:. w z t= z w CJ) < c it 0 ...J LL. co w CJ Mattocks is also promot ing a new movement for Come learn more about your health with spec1al lectures on men's and women's health: SATURDAY August 14, 2010 3000 North 34th Street Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-6548 FREE BACK-'J'O.SCHOOL PHYSICALS by USF Health Physicians & Nurses Participants will have an opportunity to see the DaVinci surgical robotic system, and learn how the surgical robot can help make complex surgery easier for surgeons. 0 9:00AM -10:00AM Female bleedng and fibroid& Erich Wyckoff, MD 0 10:00AM -11 :OOAM Diagnosis and management of prostate problems Rafael Carrion, MD 0 11:00AM -12:00PM Preparing for Pregnancy Valerie Whiteman, MD 0 12:00PM -1:OOPM Bladder control problems In women Lennox Hoyte, MD When approximately 15,000 Black Prince Hall Shriners, their families, friends, and the Daughters of Isis con verge on Tampa for the u7th Session of their Imperial Convention, their request for Soul Food fare will be gra ciously accommodated at Cotanchobee Park, which stretches between the Mar riott Waterside and Tampa History Museum. The Soul Food Food Court, developed by Attorney Jeraldine Williams-Shaw as a white gloved take-away purchase, will serve break fast, lunch, and dinner from sunrise to sunset from Fri day, August 13, to Thursday, August, 19. "We are responding to the Shriners' specific request for ethnic foods. We are fortu nate to be able to place the foods within walking dis tance of their meetings," said Williams-Shaw. The picturesque waterside park is an attractive backdrop where select chefs and area grill masters, referred to as Soul Food Sophisticates, will tum out mouth-watering specials. There will be a se lection of dishes to choose ATIY. JERALDINE_ WILLIAMS-sHAW from salads, vegetables and meats, including pig knuck les, succulent barbeque ribs and chicken. Desserts for which Williams-Shaw offers full disclosure-are "all good to you, but not good for you." Jelly-layered cake, T -biscuits, peach cobbler, and potato pone will highlight the old time selection of throw-back delicacies. Editor Gwen Hayes can be-reached at (813) 248-1921 or editor@jl.sentineLcom. GO OUT & VOTE EARlY STARTING MONDAY, AUGUST 9THSATURDAY. AUGUST 21ST

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Referral Senice Allegedlv Received Improper Compensation BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer According to a published report in the July 24th edition of the Tampa Tribune the 1-Soo-ASK-GARY Referral Service is being reviewed due to allegations of improper compensation Currently, there is an issu e of how accident law firms compensate 1-Soo-ASKGARY. State law says there can be no direct relationship between the referral se r vice and a law firm or medical provider Michelle B. Patty, who founded her Auto Accident Referral Service more than 15 years ago, was perhaps one of the first to create such a busi ness in the area. She explains how they are supposed to work. "First, I don't get paid by an attorney. My service is free. MICHELLE B. PATTY Aside from m y referral service, I also do marketing and advertising, and that's my direct relationship with any attorney or doctor." I go the extra mile to make sure my clients are taken care of To me, it s a ministry and I started this business based on my own personal experiences. I work for my clients, not the other way around." Mrs. Patty explains that when you see all the televi sion commercials, the clients are paying for that. "When they call my service, they will talk directly to me, not a representative. " I think what's happened is others h ave taken a commu nity service and turned it into a huge profitable business. In the end, it appears some claims m ay be affecte d b y the way the others do busin ess." Mrs. Patty said the last thing she wants to see is what she describes as a community service legislated to the point it's ineffective I advise people to do their homework before selecting any of the referral services and don't be afraid to ask questions. Check the track record of the service, then go on from there. Hillsborough Countv Commits $19.1 Million NSP Funding On Wednesday, during the regular Hillsborough County Commissioners meeting, Commissioners approved a final contract that will commit the last of the County's federal Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funding. The deadline to obligate the funding is on or before Sept.-3, 2010. Last year, Hillsborough County was allocated $19.1 million to buy single-family, multi-family and vacant properties. The funding was earmarked for rehabilitation and re-sell of the properties to improve neighborhoods and increase affordable hous ing. The final agreement approved was the operating agreement for the Cedar Pointe Apartments in the Orient Park area. The Tampa Housing authority will open and operate the property. The total project cost is approximately $7.5 million, which includes the acquisition and costs for a rehabilitation and modification. The 76-unit, multi-family proper ty was a foreclosure and cur rently is so% occupied Through the County's NSP, the Affordable Housing Department has closed on a total of 66 properties. Of these, 63 are single-family sites with two additional single-family properties being pursued for purchase and scheduled to close later this month. The Cedar Pointe Apartments and the Sand Dollar Gardens Apartments in the University Area are two of the multi-family rental properties acquired In July, Commissioners approved the purchase of the Sand Dollar Gardens, which will be owned and operated by the Catholic Charities Housing, Inc. Nearly $2 mil lion in NSP funding was pro vided for the project, in addi tion to $1.4 million from the County's Community Development Block Grant Recovery (CDBG-R) funds. Four of the 63 single-family acquired properties have been sold. Of the remaining 59 single-family properties, 35 are in various stages of rehabilitation. Twenty-four others will be renovated after bid contracts are awarded. en Educator Named Principal 01 New Chaner School c l> c: C) c: ..... 0 N 0 ..... 0 MRS. BRENDA KEARSE ... New Principal of A. T. Jones Math, Science and Technology Academy ., r-Longtime educator, Mrs. Brenda Kearse, has been chosen as the principal of a new Hillsborough County charter school. The A. T. Jones Math, Science and Technology Academy will begin classes for elementary students this fall. Mrs. Kearse has been a math teacher, trainer and principal in elementary, middle and high schools throughout the Bay area for more than 36 years. Mrs. Kearse said, "My philosophy of teaching and learning is to work daily to help others reach their high-est potential." cl> She is currently a College of Education doctoral candi-date at the University of Z South Florida. The school bears the name m of Rev. Dr. Arthur T. r;Jones, Senior Pastor of Bible-Based Fellowship of 1= Carrollwood and Chairman !!J of the charter school board. Z A. T. Jones Math, Science ., and Technology Academy's c focus is to prepare students for a world that places high .u; emphasis on these three :::Z:: m c areas. m Universitv oners Program Fo r < m c m en c Autistic Adults l> z c After high school, most young people with autism have had little to look forward to in the way of higher education. The University of South Florida's Learning Academy is helping to change that and recently graduated its first class. az The Academy is a program C of the Louis de la Pate Florida Mental Health Institute in the USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences. The program provides a structured job readiness focus for young adults diag nosed with Autism Spectrum between the ages of 18 and 25 years old. The topics which are covered over a 30-'Week course, ranges from developing a job search strategy to understanding paycheck deductions and benefits. Graduation from high school is required along with attendance at all classes, comple. tion of assignments and projects and participation in men toting time. For more information about The Learning Academy, call (813) 974-Q 2996. m CD

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Gav Stuns Bolt In Race Between Fastest Men Ever TI'SON GAYvs. USAIN BOLT STOCKHOLM-Tyson Gay upset. world record holder Usain Bolt in the 100 meters at the DN Galan meet in 9.84 seconds on Friday. The American always looked in complete control against Bolt, who was straining to keep up with Gay by the end of the highly anticipated race. Bolt was second in 9-97 A sellout crowd in the Olympic Stadium was silent before the race between the two fastest men of all time. And the tension increase d even further after two fals e starts. The sprinters both looked like they left plenty in reserve when they cruised through the heats, and so it proved when it came to the final. Richard Thompson of Trinidad finished third in 10.10. Bolt set a world record of 9.58 seconds at the worlds in Berlin in 2009, but has not faced both of his top competitors in the same race since then. .Havneswonh FinallY Passes 'Skins Fitness Test; Now Able To Pracdce ALBERT HAYNESWORTH ASHBURN, VA-After passing the Washington Redskins' conditioning test, Albert Haynesworth was in no shape to practice. Haynesworth finally con quered the 300-yard shuttle runs Saturday morning and was allowed to put on the pads for the first time at training camp, ending a willhe-or-won't-he spectacle that lasted a week and a half, made him the butt of jokes nationwide and overshadowed everything else at Redskins Park. Coach Mike Shanahan had said Haynesworth could not practice until pass ing the test, and the show down was seen as a statement of a new coach's uncompromising authority that wouldn't bend even for a two time All-Pro with a $100 mil lion contract. "He probably doesn't like me very much right now," Shanahan said, "but I'm not here to be liked. I'm here to get him to play, and hopefully he11 play at a very high level." frrrl,1, lj 7 1'., nttl.!\ \,t urd.l) 1 ,\ r., r. P r. "":':': 3608 N. 15th(comer0flake) lsiah Thomas To Serve As Knicks' Consultant ISIAH THOMAS NEW YORK -Even after losing all those games and an embarrassing sexual harassment lawsuit, Isiah Thomas has a place with the New York Knicks. Thomas was rehired Frida y b y the team as a consultant, two years after he was fired as its coach and president. "Isiah Thomas brings unique experience as a Hall of Fame player, coach execu tive and owner, and we believe having him as part of our organization will be extremely beneficial to the team' s success, Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan and team president Donnie Walsh announced jointly in a state ment. Lebron Thanks Fans At Bike-A-Thon LEBRON JAMES AKRON, OH -LeBron James finally thanked his fans in Cleveland on Saturday, making his first public appearance since he left the Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. At his annual "King for Kids" charity bike-a-thon in downtown Akron, James addressed a friendly crowd of several hundred people who cheered as he took the podi um. "To the city of Cleveland, my fans in Cleveland, my fans in northeast Ohio," said James, "I want to say thank you for the last seven years and the years that continue to go in the future." Then he repeated the thank you to Cleveland a second time, as if for extra emphasis. "So I want to thank the city of Cleveland, also northeast Ohio, for all the great years that I've had," he said. Last week, James came under fire for taking out a full-page newspaper ad in the Akron Beacon Journal in which he thanked the city of Akron for its support. The ad contained no mention of Cleveland, where James got his start in the NBA. Basketball Stars, Obama Plav Hoops For TrOOPS. JOAKIM NOAH and DERRICK ROSE with PRFSIDENT OBAMA WASHINGTON President Barack Obam.a pulled together an informal dream team of current and former basketball superstars. But only a few people got to see it. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and other NBA all-stars joined Obama in Washington to entertain wounded troops. The present-day stars were joined by some retired leg ends, including Bill Russell and Magic Johnson. College player Maya Moore of the Connecticut Huskies women's team also played. The game was played for a group of "wounded warriors" -troops injured in action -and participants in the White House's mentor ing program. It took place at a gym inside Washington's Fort McNair, a short drive from the White House. The president was inside the gym. for about two hours. Rice And Smith Enter Hall OIFame JERRY RICE And EMMITr SMITH CANTON, OH-Jerry Rice and Emmitt Smith can stop the chase now. Linked as the NFL's lead ing receiver and rusher, two of the greatest players football has seen entered the Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Both admitted their destinies are fulfilled. "This is finally it," Rice said. "There are no more routes to run, no more touchdowns to score, no more records to set. That young boy from Mississippi has finally stopped running." "Let me stand here and catch my breath." An hour later, Smith tried to hold back his tears as he reflected on his unequaled career. "Most people only dream," Smith said. "I not only had my childhood dream, I did everything I could to fulfill it." "You know what, I am now the all-ti me leading rusher. 'Wow. What an honor." Rice was the man who, took away everyone's during an incredible 20 years and was one of seven NFL greats to enter the shrine as the Class of 2010. It is one of the strongest groups ever inducted, also including John. Randle, Dick LeBeau, Rickey Jackson, Russ Grimm and Floyd Uttle.

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TIGER WOODS' AKRON, OH The long week ended the way it start ed. Unable to mount any consistency with his swing, Tiger Woods closed with a 7-over-par 77 Sunday in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club. Playing in only his eighth event of the year, the seventime winner and defending champion struggled with his game all four rounds, shoot ing 74-72 75-77 to finish at 18-over 298. It marked only the fourth time si nce h e turned pro in 1996 that h e pl ayed all four rounds and didn t s ho o t a score of par or b ette r three of tho se co min g in major championships. "T h e only thing I can say all week is I was very patient," said Woods. "Unfortunate ly that's not enough." Woods said he has gone through similar tough peri ods and worked his way back into top form. "Absolutely," he said. I went through something like this when I changed my swing in 1998 and 1999. Also in the second half of '97. It wasn t very good. It took me two years to get it back. The surprising part for Woods is that he drove the ball beautifully at the AT&T National and Open Championship and thought his game was rounding into shape. "I didn't drive it all this week," said Woods. My irons weren t very good, and I made nothing. Silva Rallies To Beat Sonnen At UFC 111 With Submission Hold ANDERSON SILVA OAKLAND, CA Anderson Silva didn' t exactly endear himself to UFC president Dana White the last time he defended his welterweight championship. This time, Silva made the boss proud despite taking one of the worst beatings of his career Silva shook off a slow start and used a triangle choke to get Sonnen to tap out in the fifth round of their championship bout in the main event of UF.C 117 on Saturday. Silva was behind on all three scorecards before lock ing Sonnen's arm into the submission hold with 1:50 remaining in the fight. It was Silva's seventh title defense of the belt he has held for nearly four years. "The fight that happened tonight is the stuff that makes legends, a beaming White said. "This guy got roughed up and beat up for almost five full rounds but finds a way to win. Get out & Vote Earlv Stanlna Mo._dav, August 9th -Saturdav, AUIUSI21Sl FLOYD MAYWEATHERJR. LAS VEGAS -Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. is being sued for unpaid r ent and breac h of contract after his promotions company was evicted from a Las Vegas office. Mayweather lawyer Jeff Morse downplayed the July 27 eviction of Mayweather Promotions LLC from what h e said was a substandard building. He sa id the company was going to move anyway, and has reopened Attorney Ross Goodman says Mayweather owed almost $63,000 in outstanding rent, and never notified the landlord of any property problems. Mayweather earned more than $20 million in May from his fight in Las Vegas against "Sugar" Shane Mosley. Shaa Back In Market-For New Nickname SHAQUILLE O'NEAL BOSTON Now that he 's signed with the Boston Celtics, Shaquille O'Neal is looking for a nickname that will fit in with his new city. The Celtics' website trum p e t e d the signing of "The Big Shamrock" this week, when O'Neal signed a deal that will reportedl y pay him the veterans minimum over the next two seasons. O'Neal wrote on Twitter: hello green town ok what u got 4 nicknames? make um good." In a variety of online polls "The Big Shamrock" and "The Big Leprechaun" are l ea ding the way along with "The Green Monster." Also receiving votes: "The Jolly Green Giant," "The Shamroq," "Red Auershaq," "Shaq-achusetts" a nd "Tip-in O 'Neal." No word yet from O'Neal on whether h e has a prefer e nce. CARMEN This week, we bring you the lovely Carmen as our Beauty Unlimited feature. Carmen has a beautiful caramel and long Black hair. She is a social butterfly who likes to work hard and play hard. Carmen's theme music is Drakes hit song, "Fancy," and one of her favorite quotes is, "We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit." The man in Carmenis life must be intelligent, giving, funny and have a swag ga about himself. Congratulations to Carmen as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Brains and beauty! Imagine that! If you're Interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson-@flsentinel.com k 9" Roller ...................................... $1 Brushes ....................................... 99 LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! ., r-0 :2 (J) m z -4 z m r-1 m c: rrm -4 z ., c: m !: (J) ::I: m c m < m ::tl -< -4 c: m (J) c )lo z c ., :2 c

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or-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Entertainment 0 ,.... Bernie Mac's Wile Sues Chicago Doctor For Husband's Death BERNIE MAC And Wife, RHONDA The wife of Bernie Mac is suing a Chicago doctor for her husband's untimel y death Rhonda McCullough has filed a wrongful death law suit against d e rmatologist Rene C M. Earle after she says h e C: kept her husband at hi s clinic for nine hours whe n h e was z sick before calling an ambu< lance. The Sun Times reports that in the la ws uit filed Thursday w McCullough states that Earle k ep t Bernie, real name > Bernard McCullough, in his C: office for an exte nd ed period of w > time on July 17, 2008 when h e W should have noticed signs of 5:) respiratory failure and called :I: an ambulance. The comedian suffered from m sarcoidosis, an inflamm atory lung disease that caused leZ sions on his head, face and j:: neck and had been treated by Earle for 20 years. ...J Earle told The Sun Times about that fateful July day say_:. ing w z "He wa lk ed in, he looked a littl e weak and I said, 'Bernie what's wrong?' and he said, 'I h ad a littl e co ld and a doctor at Northwestern gave me an in jection for it'." The doctor says he let Mac rest for severa l hours after his treatment and realized some thing was wrong when h e woke up. "It seemed to m e he was having a drug reaction to whatever the doctor gave him at North western that day. He then called Mac's doctor at North western, who told him the co median had been diagnosed with bilateral pneumonia--and should h ave been in the ho spi tal." Bernie was admitted to the hospital and diagnosed with bilat era l pneumonia. He died from complications related to pneumonia on Aug. 9, 2008, at age so. Earle says h e's unsure how to react against the allegations against him because he be lieves he took good care o f his friend who he described as his brother. "He didn't die the nex1: day, he didn't die in two days He died in two weeks and he got over his original strain of pneumonia. H e got anoth e r strain of pneumonia whil e h e was in the hospital." The lawsuit says that Earle "fai l ed to recognize cardiopul monary instability in Bernie" and "failed to recognize and act upon abnormal vital signs and signs of respiratory failure. McCullough is seeking at least $50,000 in damages. j:: -----------------------------------------------z w CJ) < c c: 0 ...J LL. Spike Lee Bashes u. s. Report On Vanished Gulf Oil SPIKE LEE BEVERLY HILLS, CA Film maker Spike Lee is calling a "lie" a U.S. government report that 75 percent of the spilled Gulf Coast oil is gone. Speaking to a meeting of the Tel evision Critics Association, Lee said journali sts should expose what h e called the r ea l s tory He argued th at it's unlikely th at "abracadabra, presto chango" the vast majority of the oil has vanished from Gulf of Mexico waters a nd coastal wetla nds. Federal scie nti sts said l ast week that nearly three -qu arters of the oil has been removed b y various artific ial or natural means, but that the s pill's effect on wildlife will long continu e Lee was promoting his new doc umentary about New Orleans afte r Hurrican e Katrina. "If God is Willing and Da Cre ek Don't Ris e a follow-up to his 2006 film about the hurricane debuts Aug. 23 and 24 o n HBO. Actress Maia Campbell Arrested Former actres Maia Campbell who starred alongside LL Cool J in the sitcom "In The House" has reportedly been ar rested in California. Although the reason for her ar rest is unknown Campbell is current l y housed in the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood California and being held on a $40,100 bail. The s h erriffs department states that although the actress i unable to receive visitors she can receive monetary contrib ution s Campbell, who is the daughter of the lat e prominent New York Times best-seller novelist and journalist Bebe Moore Campbell, h as experie n ced severa l strokes of misfortune. There has been speculation that Campbell h as been heavily involved with narcotics and may be suffering bouts of bipolar disorder, which h as caused her to spira l down ward, putting the brakes on a ca reer that was on the upswhig. Laurence Fishburne's Friends Anempt To Buv XD ovos 01 The Actor's Daughter To No Avail Veteran actor Laurence Fishburne may be tight lipp ed regarding his feelings abou t his daughter Motana's upcoming sex tape and his friends' money have been speaking loud ... but not loud enough. Laurence Fisburne's friends attempted to block the release of the DVD by offering up $1 million dollars to the film company. Although the deal seemed sweet, it wasn't done fast enough to stop distri bution The money was brought to gether by Laurence Fishburne's friends in hopes they could just buy out the complete stock of the DVD's hoping this would save their friend the heartbreak and public embar rassment of having his 19 y ear o ld daughter appearing in a XXX porn movie. According to Fox News, the DVD's had already been dis tributed to major retailers in the industry. In an attempt to stop sales, Fishburne's MONTANA And Her Father, lAURENCE FISHBURNE friends hired the high profile lawyer, Yale Galanter, but by the time he reached out to Vivid Entertainment to make this offer for the tapes, it was again too late. Montana Fishburne said that although her father is 'mad at her right now he will come around and talk to her again' and that she 'looks for ward' to the day when he will support her in her new v en ture. Former Fuuee Pras Not Backing wvclel For President PRAS NEW YORK-WyclefJean's presidential bid in Haiti is re ceiving criticism from his child hood friend and fellow Fugees bandmate Pras. The Haitian-born musician says he will not back Jean be cause he lacks a definitive plan to bring the island nation into the 21st century. "You've got 1.2 million people livin g in tent city right now. What are the plans to get these people out," Pras said of the survivors of the Jan. 12 earth quake. Pras p lan to support Jean's oppone nt Michel "Sweet Micky" Martelly, who he said is better suited to run th e country. "He 's more popular in Haiti WYCLEF than Wyclef," said Pras. Actor Sean Penn has ac cused Jean of not spending enough time in Haiti after the quake and misappropriating $400,000 of the $9 million his charity Yele Haiti raised after the disaster. Jean said "I just want Sean Penn to fully under stand I am a Haitian, born in Haiti and I've been coming to my country ever since (I was) a ch ild." Pras said that Jean uses a pri vate jet for his frequent trips to Haiti and that he wonders wh Jean doesn't take a flight, since the money saved can help displaced families. He added that he loves Wyclef "dearly," but h just doesn't sup port his policies .

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BERTHA COOPER MALCOM Bertha Cooper Malcom, a former resident of Tampa, passed away August 4, 2010, at the George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C. Bertha was a 1953 graduate of Middleton Senior High School. She will be funeralized on Thursday, August 12, 2010. Marshall's Funeral Home in Suitland, Maryland, is in charge of arrangements. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. David M. Joyner Sr., Tampa. Mrs. Betty J. Pelt, Tampa. EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Frances Kimes, Plant City. Ms. Shirley Ann Miller, Tampa. Mr. Alphonso Wright, Sr., Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Ms. Anne Alexander, Tampa. Mrs. Ardersee Brown, Tampa. Mr. Ruben Cliatt, Tampa. Ms. Alicia Escalante, Tampa. Mr. Willie Kennerly, Spring Hill, FL. Ms. Shirley Williams, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Leon Duffus, Orlando. Mr. Johnnie Lewis Lowe, Tampa. Ms. Pearlie Mae Wiggins. Miami Gardens, FL. Fax (813) 231 -0521 Let our liunllymke care of )<>Ur fimtlly o oro the key too fino ondquo!HyselVlco" Harmon Funeral Horne John W. Harmon, L.F.D. James Harmon, L. F. D. 5002 N. 40th St._ 626-8600 DEWAYNE KELLY August 9, 1963 -June 1, 2002 Happy birthday, Wayne. Eight years have passed since you left us. You are remembered fondly and missed dearly by your mother, Ernestine, your siblings, children and the rest of your family and friends. IN MEMORIAM JOSEPH WILSON, SR. 1/16/1964-8/10/2009 It's been a year today since God made the decision that it was time to end all the suffering and pain. There has never been a passing day that my mind, body and soul hasn't thought about you. So many hearts have been burdened with pain, after you departed. Missing you never got easier and trying to forget about you became impossible. Since you left, our hearts have been ceaseless; you are deeply missed and remembered by Harriett, family and friends. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" JAMES B. GREEN (J. B., Little Farmer, Deac., Brother Green) August 12, 1918 -May23, 2004 Time has not erased our love and wonderful memories. May God keep you in His presence always. Our love for you will never die. Dorothy (Dott) H. Green, wife; and Gail P. Green, daughter. IN lOVING MEMORY OF ROBERT lEE JACKSON, SR. (1931 -2006) This world was never meant to be the place that we would call our home for all eternity. Though, we would not choose to leave, a loving God knows best. In His time He lifts us to a place of peace and rest. He has built a mansion where His children will abide from pain and sorrow, forever at His side. Though our loved one that we love so much has left our present sight and passed into a better world of majesty and light, someday we'll be together in our Father's home above where we'll thank Him for His mercy and praise Him for His love. Love, your wife, Pauline; and children, Robert, Jr., Robin, Thomasina, Warren and Dansenia; and grandchildren and great grandchildren. KAREN LYNETTE TAYLOR-WILLIAMS August 10,1971-October 17,2007 Your radiant smile, pleasing personality and loving ways are embossed in our minds and hearts, now and forever. "T1 Your are missed and greatly loved by: your children, Taelor I and Dillon; mother, Carolyn; siblings, Sabrina, Gregory, De-g phanie, Remeka and Shanticia; grandparents, nieces, C nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and many other family )> members and friends. CJ) m z ::t National Atlanta Teen Receives $1 Million In Academic 6 Scholarships c: aJ c CJ) At a time when it seems that sex tapes rap beef s and scan dals plague the news one Atlanta high school teen is making a difference. Deonte Bridges, the first Black Valedictorian of Booker T. Washington High School in over 10 years, gave an uplifting speech which should be listened to everyone yo ung or old. Bridges, who was awarded o ve r $1 million dollars in cho l arship money to complete DEONTE BRIDGES :I: m c m < m :a < ---4 c: rn c his undergrad and graduate degrees is a true inspiration to )> everyone. "T1 :a Kagan Sworn In As Fourth Woman Ever On Supreme Coon c WASHINGTON -Elena Kagan was sworn in the 112th ju tice and fourth woman eve r to serve on the Supreme Court. Chief Justice John Roberts administered the oath Saturday to Kagan in a brief private ceremony at the comt. Kagan, joined by family and friends pledged to faith fully and impartially uphold the law. Afterward she smiled broadly as a crowd of onlooker' stood and applauded. "We look forward to erving with you," Roberts said. Kagan, a former Harvard Law School dean who most recently was solicitor ge neral was President Barack Obama's choice to succeed Elena Kagan is sworn in as the Supreme Court's newest member as Chief Justice John Roberts right, administers the judicial oath, at the Supreme Court Building in Washington, Saturday, Aug. ,, 2010. retired Justice John Paul Stevens. Republicans criticized her as a political liberal before the Senate confirmed G> her this past week on a vote of 63-37 w

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1.\;;;;;;;;11 EMPLOYMENT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No. : 1 0-DR-013208 Division: T Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail II Case No.: 2009-18653 DIVD IN RE: The Marriage of: AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO .COM DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, As Indenture Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust Series 2007-3SL, without recourse (Plaintiff) vs. NADJIBA ABAWI and ABDUL GHANI ABAWI, a/k/a ABDUL G. ABAWI and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ABDUL GHANI ABAWI a/k/a ABDUL G. ABAWI; BOYETTE CREEK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final JudgmenVOrder entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as: LOT 9, BLOCK K OF BOYETTE CREEK PHASE 2 ACCORIDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 97, PAGE(S) 3-10, INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at 2:00 P.M. on the 2nd Floor Room 202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602 on August 16. 2010. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court Final payment must be made by 12:00 p m the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED TOO AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-BnO. Dated thi s .1.9lb day of July. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /a/ ANNE KACZMAREK DEPUTY CLERK THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 65 YEARS HENRY WHITE JR., Petitioner and RIEKOWHITE Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: RIEKO WHITE YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an act ion for dissolution of marriage has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your wr i tten defenses to it if any on the petitioner HENRY WHITE JR., whose address is: 5505 Joe King Road Plant City, Florida 33567 A copy of such written defenses if any must be served onor before : August13.2010 The original of such wr i tten defenses must be filed with the clerk of this court before service on the pet i t i oner or i mmed i ately thereafter If you fail to do so, a Default may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the Petition. WARNING: Rule 12. 285 Florida Fami ly Law Rules Of Procedure requires certain automat i c disclosure of documents and information Failure to comply can result in sanctions ncluding dismissal or striking of pleadings WITNESS my hand and the seal of thi s court on July 14.2010. II Pat Frank CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By : Angel V. Demps DEPUTY CLERK EMPLOYMENT II PARALEGAL SPECIALIST U.S DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE The Office of the U .S. Trustee in Tampa Florida is recruiting for a full-time individual to utilize their legal and financ i al analysis skills to review chapter 7 or 11 bankruptcy petitions and schedules for legal and procedural compliance with the U S Bankruptcy Code. For additional information qualification requirements and application procedures go to www usajobs opm gov Click on Search Jobs and enter vacancy announcement #TAM PS 1 0-2118-132 in the keyword search Compensation $38790 $74628 plus benefits An EO/Reasonable Accommodation Employer Nora's Beauty Boutique Is Looking For Licensed Braiders And Hair Stylists For Booth Rental Call Nora @ (813) 785-2606 Roofer Needed To Install Shingles Male/Female Plant City Area For More Information Call (813) II FOR RENT II 2/1 Apartment CHA, WDH Owner Pays Water $700 00/Monthly Also Available 3/2 & 4/2 -CHA, WDH Sect i on Accepted Call (813) 453-Q123 -Charming Condo Available Now 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Section 8 OK WID Included Gated Pool Screened Patio Tiled Floors (813) 96()..8490 -Condo -Pond VIew 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $675 00/Monthly Section 8 OK Swimming Pool Access Laundry Facility Water And Sewer Included Near Hillsborough Rive r And Busch .. 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c a: u.. c z < c CJ) w :::1 ... > a: w > w c w :I: CJ) ::i lXI :::1 L z Iii ..I ..I :::1 lXI ..I w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ..I u.. CD .... HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 09-CC-028309 Crosswynde Condominium Association Inc., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, (Plaintiff) vs. HENRY C. ROSE, et. al., Defendant(s) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 27th day of July. 2010 and entered in CASE NO. : 09-CC-028309, of the County Court in and for Hillsborough County Florida wherein Crosswynde Condominium Association Inc. is Plaintiff and Henry C. Rose and MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. FOR PINNACLE FINANCIAL CORPORATION D/B/A TRI-STAR LEN are the Defendant(s), I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the Hillsborough County Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs Street, 2nd Floor Tampa, Florida 33602 at 2:00 P.M. on the 3.rd day of September. 2010, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment to-wit. UNIT N0.11-206 OF CROSSWYNDE CONDOMINIUM, A CONDOMINIUM ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM THEREOF AS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 15774 AT PAGE 0503, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS APPURTENANT THERETO This property is located at the street address of: 9304 Crescent Loop Circle 111-206 Tampa, Florida Any Person Claiming An Interest In The Surplus From The Foreclosure Sale If Any Other Than The Property Owner As Of The Date Of The Lis Pendens Must File A Claim Within Sixty (60) Days After The Sale. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this 2.81b day of July, 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/EBONY McCLENDON DEPUTY CLERK FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-012933 RMS RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES LLC (Plaintiff) vs MICHELLE M. BROWN and MARK BROWN and a l l unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees grantees or other claimants ; JAMES J. SPEZZANO; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property Defendant(s) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Mark Brown 3002 Little Road Valrico, FL 33594 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description to-wit: THE EAST 170 FEET OF THE WEST 200 FEET OF THE NORTH 100 FEET OF THE SOUTH 1h OF THE SW% OF THE SW % OF THE NW y, OF SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 30 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any to it on Gary I. Gassel, Esquire, Plaintiff's attorney whose address is 2191 Ringling Boulevard Sarasota Florida 34237. [ ) within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication. [X] on or before the 7th day of September, 201 0 and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on the Plaintiff s attorney or immediately thereafter ; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 272 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770 Dated this 3.0.tb day of July. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A. 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I HOMES I FOR RENT IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 09-19617 ARCH BAY HOLDINGS, LLC-SERIES 2008B (Plaintiff) vs. MAKRAM SAMAAN; MARY W. SAMAAN A/KA/ MARY SAMAAN; LIVE OAK PRESERVE ASSOCIATION INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY Defendant( s) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the final judgment/order entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as: I Lot 9, Block 97, Live Oak Preserve Phase 2A Village 9, 10, 11 and 14, according to the Plat recorded in Plat Book 105, Page 46 as recorded in the Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, at 2:00 P.M. on the 2nd Floor, Room 202 in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602 on August 24. 2010. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid. The .?eposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court Final payment must be made by 12: 00 p m the next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE FORECLOSURE SALE IF ANY OTHER THAN THE OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA, FLORIDA, 33602, (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this 22nd day of July. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/ANNE KACZMAREK DEPUTY CLERK GET NOTICED ... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora @ (813) 248-1921 Fax To: (813) 248-928 Or Email: ledwards@flsentine'l.com II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR LEON COUNTY Case No.: 2010-DR-2361 IN RE: The Marriage of: SHARON DUNN, Petitioner/Wife and MAHMOUD ALJAMAL, NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: MAHMOUD ALJAMAL Last Known Address/Last Address Of Part ies as Man and Wife : 12627 Hollow Stump Road Tampa, Florida 33637-1011 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses if any to the action on Edward W. Horan, Esq whose address is 1020 E. Lafayette Street Suite 102, Tallahassee, Florida 32301, Attorney for the Petitioner, Sharon Dunn on or before August 27, 2010, and file the original with the Leon County Clerk of Court 301 S. Monroe Street Leon County Courthouse before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fail to do so, a Default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Pet!tion. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Office of the Leon County Clerk of Court. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Office of the Leon County Clerk of Court notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915). Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record with the clerk. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, Including dismissal or striking of plead ings. Dated : Jyly 15. 2010 BOB INZER CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: AVANTRA STROUD DEPUTY CLERK HOMES FOR RENT 2409 East 19th Avenue 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Electric, Cable And Water Included Call (813) 433 RENTTOOWN Move-In Ready! Call Brldgette 813-221-4457 II 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home CHA, WDH, Carport New Tile/Carpet $950.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Section 8 welcome Horace (813) 245-3106 3419 East 11th Avenue Great Location 3 Bedroom/1 Bath All Appliances AIC Recently Remodeled $695.00/Monthly Call (813) 244-5600 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes As Low As $550.00 Per Month Section 8 Welcomed! Call V & V Now (813) 2594663 www myfinancialconnections com 12th Street Area 4 Bedroom/2 Bath House CHA, WDH, Fenced $1, 250/Monthly Plus Deposit Section 8 Welcome Kemi (813) 728-7510 Several Homes Available For Rent 2 -5 Bedrooms Starting At $595.00/Monthly Investors Choice Realty 727-SSQ-9184 Temple Terrace Area 48th & Busch Nice 3/2 CHA Newly Renovated Large Fenced Backyard Section 8 Welcome Call 813-48G-6656 3508 Comanche 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Newly Renovated Burglar Bars $1, 125.00 / Monthly References Requi ed Section 8 Welcome Available Now First Month Rent Plus Security 453-Q725 .-t c: m CJ) c _< )> c: C> c: CJ) -t ..... .? 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r 0 :::c CJ) m z ::::! z m r;m c: r r m ::::! z ., c: m r c;; X m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c )> z c ., :!! c

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The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen{15} workng days after the conclusion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISEDTHATTHEYWILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional informat ion concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Grow1h Management Department at {813) 276-2006 VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 1Q-0386-TNC Nelson Gonzalez & Yuselis Garc i a requesting a Variance to the fence buffer screening and landscape requi rements for property located at 5835 Barry Ln. zoned M Petition VAR 10-o62Q-CW, Bert i lda Ann Lum requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at 5467 Fri arsway Dr., zoned PD. Petition VAR 1Q-0734-BR Bruce and Bonny Jo Rundle requesting a Variance to allow a third lot on septic for property located at W / S of Brucken Rd., 200 S/0 Brooker Rd. zoned RSC3 Petition VAR 1 0-0751-LU, Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation requesting a Variance to fence requirements for property located at SE cor of Crooked Ln. & Lutz Lake Fern Rd., zoned RSC-4. Petition VAR 1()-()769-NWH, Monica Alonso & Marie Burkhardt requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 11915 Snapdragon Rd. zoned PD. Petition VAR 1()-()779-KO Allen W. Brokaw reque sting a Vari anc e to the setback requirements for property located at 8419 C i m ino Estates Dr., zoned ASC1 Petition VAR 1()-()785-NWH, Larry R & Deborah A Wingate request ing a Vari cance to the setback requi remen t s for property located at 5403 Bay Path Ln., zoned RSC6 (MH). Petition VAR 10-Q80Q-LU, Cheval Property Owners Assoc Inc requesting a Variance to the sidewalk requi rements for property located at Sidewalks within Rue Loire Rd. r ight-of -way, zoned PD. Petitibn VAR 1Q-0801, August & Sandra Sutton requesting a Variance required setbacks & accessory dwelling requirements for property located at 3913 N. Wilder Rd., zoned AS1 II HOMES FOR RENT I I House For Rent 3015 N. Sanchez St. Section 8 Approved Includes W/S/G I 3 Bedroom/1.5 Bath 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath Convert Dent Into $995.00/Monthly 4 Bedroom Newly Remodel e d $400. 00/Deposit $225.00 Off Rent Appliances, Central Air Phone (813) 629-4063 Call (813) 704-3370 II PUBLIC NOTICE Solicitation of Certified MBE and WBE Subcontractors Moretrench Environmental Services, Inc is soliciting quotes from MBE/WBE subcontractors for the SWFWMD RFB 1009 Sawgrass Lake Restorat ion Project". Quotes for dredging traffic control erosion control clearing and grubbing earthwork trucking fencing sodding hyroseeding mitigation plantings, signage concrete and stee l sheet piling s urv eying, testing asphalt roadwork concrete pipe inlets box culverts metal fabrication concrete work aggregate supply, equipment rentals fuel delivery geotextile fabrics and office trailers may be submitted no later than August 27. 2010 to James Witherington Uwitherington@mtacfl com) Moretrench Environmental Services Inc., P O Box 70, Gibsonton FL 33534, Phone 813-741-0256 Fax 813-672-4754 Sulphur Springs N ice, Beautiful Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment $550.00/Monthly $250.00 / Deposit Water Included Call (813) 298-8245 2009 17th Avenue Large 2/1 W I D Hook-up Fenced Yard On Busline Option To Buy $499.00/Monthly No Credit Check (813) 625-2061 Seminole Heights 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment -CHA Great Neighborhood Small Dogs Allowed $450.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 601-3101 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT FL Contractors License No. CGCA34173 EOE 204% East Selma Ave. 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Upstairs Garage Apartment $500.00/Monthly $500/Deposit Available Immediately Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 786-8670 Large 1 Bedroom Very Clean Move In Special $200.00 Off 1st Month $500.00/Monthly W t S / G Included Rental References Required (813) 267-4488 Ybor City 2912 East Columbus 2/2 -Apartment $850.00/Monthly With Washer/Dryer Updated, Very Nice Section 8 Welcome Jacob Real Estate Broker (813) 258-3200 Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Apartment $550.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit WDH, A/C New Tile / Carpet Discount On C a bl e Call (813) 298-2499 Section 8 Tenants 0 Security Deposit 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat/Air Washer/Dryer .Hook-up Near Everything Call (813) 546-7782 Busch Gardens Area BAD CREDIT? No Problem!! FREE APPLICATION!! Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile Floors New Appliances New Ceiling Fans $525.00/Monthly Water & Trash Included!!!! Low Or No Deposit! 813-244-4551 II DUPLEXES II, Duplex For Rent Near Busch Blvd. Clean 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $575.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813} 628-8169 Section 8 Duplex Quiet 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Fenced Yard 1919 E 137th Ave $650.00/Monthly Call (813) 956-5607 Tampa Heights Duplex 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-up $600.00/Monthly Plus $300.00 Security Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 Busch Area Section 8 Special 2 Bedroom Duplex Burglar Bars WDH $600.00/Monthly $200.00/Deposit (813_) 503-0493 (678) 620-3889

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