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. Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa B .ay Area c:( c a: 0 -I u.. VOL 65 NO. 102 FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 2010 56 PAGES 75 Judge Appointed To Circuit Court Bench SEE PAGE 3-A Charter School Gats 'A' Grade On FCAT SEE PAGE 10A Community Sunival Day Offers Physicals, Health Screenings SEE PAGE 2 C 7 1 SEE PAGE 14-A 2nd ANNUAL OLD SCHOOL PICNIC Three young men who attended high school on the Westside of Tampa pulled together a group of their classmates from various schools for a day full of fun and excitement in the park. The 2nd Annual Old School Picnic was held at MacFarlane Park. Sponsors of the event shown in the photo were Larry Barton, Frank Bailey and Bobby Garrett : Also in attendance were Robert Williams, Sonia Jackson, Valerie Johnson, Darlene Williams, Tony Jackson and Robert Fennell. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON)

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0 c; Feature N M' .,... 1-CJ) Upward Bound Program Continues To Open Doors <( BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor >-If one were to ask an esa: tablished Tampa attorney LL and a college sen ior what they hav e in common, they could respond that they are both members of the same fraternity. Or they could say that their ability to obtain a college education came about because of a program dedicated to educating stu dents beyond high school. Attorney Clinton Paris was born in Sanders ville, Georgia, and raised in Tampa. He credits his mother with enrolling him in the Upward Bound program at the University of South Florida. Atty. Paris attended classes on the weekends and during the school year. After graduating from high school, he enrolled a t th e university o Atty. Paris said h e also a: found direction in the proLL gram under the g uidance of the l ate Dr. Richard <( Cl CJ) w 1->a: UJ > w c UJ :I: CJ) :::i m a. z t= UJ ..J ..J m I ..J UJ z Pride, w h o was the Program Director at the time. "Dr. Pride believed that success required more than academic excellence. He in sisted that every student ATIORNEY CLINTON PARIS learn discipline, personal re sponsibility, decorum, and even public speaking. Stu dents were constantly put in situations that required th e m to communicate what th eir future plans were and how they planned to achieve their goals." His success story begins with Upward Bound in 1982. He joined Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., a nd gradu a t ed with a degree in Fi nance. Atty. Paris conti nu e d his ed u cation at Stetson University College of Law, where h e ea rned his Juris Doctorate and Mas ters of Business Administration Degree from Stetson Univer sity. t= z UJ CJ) Automobile Accidents <( Cl a: 0 ..J LL All Serious Injury Claims Wrongful Death Nursing Home Abuse Medical Ma.lp.ractice Slip & Falls DAZAUN SOLEYN College Senior Atty. Paris is currently in private practice, specializ ing in business and commer cial litigation, personal injury and real estate iaw. The program has changed several times since its inception in 1965. Three years ago, Dr. Sharman McRae became the Director of the program She is fol lowing in her father's foot steps and molding young men and women for s uccess. Mack Davis, III, serves as Dir ec t o r of the First Gen eration Access and Pre-Col legiate Programs. Dr. McRae serves as a source of g uidan ce for another y oung African Ameri can enro lled in Upward www.stringerlawfirm.com Bmre chooelng a la'Nyw, Mil lor written lnlormalion about the lawyer's legal quallflc:allon& and DR. SHARMAN McRAE Director of Upward Bound Bound. His name is Dazaun Soleyn, a senior in the Col lege of Business and Danr.e Studies in the College of the Arts He recently completed the Kappa Alpha Psi Under graduate Leadership Insti tute in Cincinnati, Ohio Soleyn was one of so ap plicants chosen to partici pate in the program from across the nation. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Soleyn and his family moved to Tampa He enro lled in the Upward Bound Program and the Uni versity of South Florida after graduating from Durant High School. Recently chosen as "Mr. USF" 2010-2011, Soleyn serves as a mentor to freshman students. He plans to dance with a major dance company and later open his own business. Dr. Samuel Wright, fraternity brother and USF Ombudsman said, "Upward Bound gets students to see past being admitted to col !ege, all tpe way to and be yond graduation Davis believes the suc cess of Upward Bound stu dents is nothing short of "phenomenal." Dr. McRae said, "We find the students are very ap preciative of what is given to them. It's really rewarding to see them walk back through that door after they 'v e started college and are on their way to building their careers." Earlv Voting Dates Set For Primarv Election On Monday, Augu st 9'h early voting began for the upcoming August 24'h Primary E lection Earl y voti ng will end on Satur day, August 21' \ in Hillsborough County. Ther e are 14 l ocations designated as Early Voting sites. The location s will a l so be ope n on Saturda y s between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm at: the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blv d., 26th Floor in downtown Tan1pa; the Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N. Falkenburg Road; and the Plant City, City Hall, 302 W. Reynolds Street in Plant City Ballots can b e cast at public libraries throughout Hillsbo rough County. The hours that ballots can be cast are between 10 a m and 6 pm. The locations are: Bloomingdale Regional Public Library, 1906 Bloomingdale 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 Avenue; New Tampa Regional Library, 10001 Creek Blvd. ; Riverview Branch Library, 10509 Riverview Dr. Riverview ; SouthShore Regional Library, 15816 Beth Shields Way Ruskin; Temple Terrace Public Library, 202 Bullard Parkway Temple Terrace; Town 'N Country Regional Public Library, 7606 Paula Dr., Ste. 120; West Tampa Branch Library, 2312 W. Union Street; and Upper Tampa Bay Regional Public Library, 11211 Countryway Blvd. \ 1 .... \)tll.lctbnc'k [fJ I
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"T1 Features JJ Woman Dies One Week After Her Mother's Funeral BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On July 31st, Mrs. Carla Renee Hampton-Mitchell was recovering from minor surgery, but was able to attend the funeral of her moth er, Mrs. Viola HamptonBrooks. The following week, Mrs. Hampton-Mitchell was hospitalized on Augu st sth and died o n Saturday, August 7t h a week after her mother 's funeral. Now, in addition to grieving over the loss of both women in such a close period of time, the family said Mrs. HamptonMitchell didn't have any lif e insurance and hopes the com munity can help with her bur ial. Mrs. Hampton-Mitchell, a Tampa native, attended the public schools of Hillsborough County She graduated from King High School in 1983. After graduation, she followed her mother 's career choice and became a Nurse s Aide. Her sister, Mrs. Doris Jacobs, said Mrs. HamptonMitchell was employed in the nursing field her entire career until her health failed and she MRS. CARlA RENEE HAMPTON-MITCHELL 9/25/65 to 8/6/to was unable to work. She has b een ill for a few years She had h igh blood pressure and s he was recovering from minor surgery. But we don t know what caused her death. We a r e waiting on the a utops y r e port. Ms. Tan Jackson, h e r cou sin, said Mrs. HamptonMitchell was t a k e n to the hos pital after complaining about not being able to breathe. She was tran s port ed to St. Joseph's Hospital and died two days lat er. Mrs. Hampton-Mitchell was married to Michael Mitchell and the couple has one daughter Myeisha Mitchell. Mrs. Hampton-Mitchell, 44 enjoyed spend ing tim e with her family reading and taking care of oth ers Oth e r s urvivin g family members include 2 brothers and 2 sisters and o th er family members and friends. Anyone wishing to make a contribution can contact Mrs. Jacobs at (813) 235-8199 Funeral services for Mrs. Hampton-Mitchell were in comp l ete as of pr ess time However it has tentatively been planned for Saturday, August 21st. Westside Funeral Home, 204 7th Street West Palmetto FL 34221 (941) 722-4960 is in charge of handling arrangements. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Florida law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For loss Wages And Medical Care ... FREE Professional StJrvictJI Personalized Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No fee Investigators -If there is a dispute on how the ac cident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, loss Wages, Wrongful 'Death And More ... helle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week Judge Appointed To Circuit Court Bench BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, Governor Charlie Crist notified three judicial applicants that they would be interviewed for C ir cuit Court vacancy in Hillsborough County. Two were sitting judges and the third was an at t orney in private practice. Governor Crist informed Hillsborough County Judge Cheryl K. Thomas that she would fill the vacancy created after Judge Anthony K. Black was chosen to serve on the 2nd District Court of Ap peal earlier this year. JUDGE CHERYL K.THOMAS Hillsborough High School and continued her education at Hillsborough Community Col lege, where she earned an As sociate of Arts Degree Judge Thomas then earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Florida and a Juris Doctorate Degree from l> l> c C> c (J) -t .... !N 1\) 0 .... 0 Prior to the appointment, Judge Thomas heard misde meanor criminal and small claims court cases She joins Judge Lisa Campbell as the second African American on the 13th Judicial Circuit Court bench. The two remaining African Americans on the County Court bench are Judge Eric Myers and Judge Art McNeil. the University of Florida, "T1 SchoolofLaw. E) After working in both the JJ Public Defender 's Office and as C I'm honored to continue my public service to the citizens of Hillsborough County. I had re ceived positive feedback but don t take anything for granted until y ou actually hear it," Judge Thomas said. A Tampa nati ve, Judge Thomas atten d ed the public schools of Hillsborough County She graduated from an Assistant State Attorney, Judge Thomas served a stint in the U .S. Army. Judge Thomas has also served as a Senior Trial Attor ney, Litigation and Trial Attor ney Judge Advocate General Corps while in the military and as an Assistant Attorney in the Office of the Attorney General. She joined the Hillsborough County Court in 2001. If You Answer YES To Any Of The Questions Below -I Can Help! FRED HAYES Realtor Future Home Realty Do You Need A Short Sale? Is Your Mortgage Upside Dowo? l> (J) m z :::! z m r:tD c rrm :::! z "'tJ c tD c (J) :I: m c m < m JJ -< -t c m (J) c l> z c "T1 JJ c

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0 editorials/Columns 1-C/) :::> (!) :::> <( >-"' <( c ex: L1. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 2 02-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Publis hed Every Tuesday a n d Frid ay By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. M e mb e r of N a tional N ewspaper Publi s h ers Asso c i atio n (NNPA) POSTMASTER : Send Address Change T o : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P .O. Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 P e riodi ca l P ostag e P aid At T a mp a FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S KAY ANDREWS PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months B oth Editions : $87 00 -P er Year Both Edi tion s Opin io n s ex pr esse d o n e d i t orial p age s of thi s n e w s paper by Colum n i s t s o r Gu e st Writ ers, d o not n ecess ari ly r eflec t the e d i t orial s t a n ce of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Pub lis h er. Ancient Egvpt Comes To Tampa C H ollywood wishes it could be so splendid. But this ct week and the week following, 15,000 Fez-wearing, L1. high-stepping brothers of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine shall have descended upon <( the streets of Tampa for their 117th Imperial Council Session. And the City of Tampa will never be the same! c Indeed, we are thrilled to welcome America' s largest CJ) contingent of African American Prince Hall Shriners to a City that hasn' t seen throngs of Black folks like that, t-since the days of the FAMU-BCC Florida Classic. Maybe, > this time, since Tampa's own Harram Temple No. 23, and a: w the Harram Court #96 represented b y Imperial Second > Ceremonial Master and national board m ember Eric w Myers (who is also a Hillsborough County judge) are hosting the Prince Hall Shriners' Convention, the City of Tampa will not roll up its streets and close up its stores. What with Black Shriners from almost every state in the m Union, and with,convention highlights including a winding, splendorous parade, a Saturday morning Diabetes Q. Walk, health screenings, 1,000 free school bags, a fashion show and a Shriner's Ball whose opulence would w blind even the great Pharaoh Akhenaton himself. ::::t This once-in-a-lifetime extravaganza promises to go down in history as one ofTampa's finest hours, or should r:D we say, one of Tampa's finest two weeks. Tampa, show the Prince Hall Shriners how gracious we can be! z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J L1. Police OHicers Deserve Respect It is a tradition we would rather not possess. Yet, each year, police officers throughout America pay the ultimate price for community safety and public security. On duty during arrest confrontations or chases, too many American law enforcement officers lay down their lives to protect the sanctity of American freedom. Yet, we have noticed with growing alarm, an increase in brazen, unprovoked attacks on police officers across our country. Police officers have been attacked and/or shot and killed without provocation. As if blind murder of men and women of the law were not enough, recently in Tampa, a roadside memorial to the memories of two police officers recently murdered was desecrated by hooligans who had the audacity to repeat their offense, oblivious to being arrested. We say, "Enough is enough!" Law enforcement officers deserve respect. The memories of officers who wear the badge and who have been killed while on duty deserve honor. It isn' t about color. It isn' t about some half-remembered history told to children who weren' t even born when such history occurred. It's about human decency. It's about what is right. We urge the vandals who desecrated the roadside memorial of Officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab to look in the mirror, and convirice themselves that their acts of vandalism should make them worthy of being called huw. We doubt they will be successful. abso lut e l y n o r easo n? lis It Realism Or svmbolism I T h e wor ld t oday ha s b ecome a place of symbolis m It i s extreme l y difficult to tell what is rea l a nd what i s m e rel y a sym bol. That a pplie s to love friendship, money, a rt, cloth ing r e ligi on, e l ec ted officials a nd h ands h akes. D own through th e y ea rs Black men have h a d so m e really coo l handshakes. Some of them require some hi g h l eve l of intelligence in or d e r t o exec ut e these fla shy, trick y greetings. The late s t h a nd s h a k e is a m a neuv e r wherein two m en clasp eac h other' s r i ght hand a nd come t oget h er in a close c h est to-chest hug with their l eft hands. What are they sayi n g with thi s combina ti on hu g and handshake? Are the y sayi n g hello I am g l ad t o see you or h ey m an I r eally missed you ? Or a r e they simp l y sayi n g m y brother. Whatever they are saying by thi s greeting I won der i f it i s for r e a l or i s it ju s t for show I s it realism or sym bolism? Not that it matters, but I don't believe in all of these symbolic gree tin gs or hand s h akes I a m old-f as hion ed a b ou t my h a nd s h akes. A s im ple h a nd clasp a nd a s hake i s good eno u g h for me. The hug or th e hand jiv e is not neces sary when greeting me. My hands h a kes are as sin ce r e as a n y other. Yet, I don t believe in or want to go throug h all of the fla s h and dash of hands haking I am not convinced th a t thes e greetings a re sincere a nd that the y are mor e for s how than a n y other reason. I s ur e l y don t b elieve they mean m y bro th er .' I ask the question all the time, ho w can I be your brother when you rob me of m y p e r sonal belong ings? How can I be your brother w hen you cause ph ys ical and m e ntal harm to me for There was a tim e when a h a nd s h ake was a very se rious thing. During those days a firm handshake was a look into a m a n 's heart, his soul and his character. Seriou s deal s were notarized, signed and sealed b y a simple handshake. A handshake was a man 's word and his word was his bond. The w orld needs to return to this kind of philosoph y Let me re mind you that a sin cere, well-meaning handshake ca n be a p owe rful tool. It is not th e handshake but rather the true meaning and the thought behind it. So men don t just shake hands for show. Do it with real meaning and resolve In other words make your handshake mean something A Nightmare On Harrison Street Mays, even Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr .... Women lik e Mary McLeod Bethune, Blanche Armwood Beatty, and even Rosa Parks took their turn to chastise us for our si ns w hate ver our sins might have b een. Suddenly, the cathedral ex ploded with s-creams as out of nowhere a wrecking ball smashed through on e of the sta ined glass windows. A huge pipe organ moaned as if in hor ror as hard-hatted demolition crews swarmed into the pulpit like ants smashing e very pillar and pew seat that blocked their ad v ance to the pulpit. Strangel y enough, I was the onl y one who Jl elieve me w h en I tell y o u I had the mos t disturbing earn. A nightmare was w h at it was Or perhaps, it might h ave been a vision. But I dreame d I was i n the sanctuary of a mas sive, b ea utiful church. It wasn t a church. It was a cathedral, flooded with stained-glass win dows and with forests of tall wood en pillars that held up a white pine ceiling like the wooden clouds of a sacred sky The cat h e dral was crowd e d Faces I knew but had not see n for year s sa w me, but utt e red n o t a word of r ecog nition We all ju s t sa t and s t a r e d at a big dark-skinned radiant-faced man dressed in white who stood at the podium and looked out at us as if he were St. Peter a nd w e were th e s inn e r s h e h a d c o m e to judge. Frig ht ened'' was not the word. To heck w ith b eing fright e ned." Dog-gon e it I was scared! Seat e d directly to m y l eft, a man w h o s e face I knew a nd w ho I could swear calle d him se lf Bob Gilder, spoke to me wit h o ut moving his lips. C l ear l y I h ea rd him ask, "How could you do this to us? How could you l et this h app en?" "Do w h at? I want ed to reply, but could n ot move m y m o uth What the devil are you talking abo ut?" I wanted to scream, but my tongue was s imply n ot u p to the task of wagging So, I sat in m y p e w and stared at th e man w h o seemed to be Bob Gilder, but w h o in an instant, had c h a n ged into the face of my father! The figur e at the pulpit cleared his thro a t and inquired lik e a megaphone, "WHY IS IT THAT WE BLACK PEOPLE CAN NEVER KEEP WHAT IS OURS?" H e sai d it again and pound e d fists like boxing gloves on a trembling podium "WHY IS IT THAT WE BLACK FOLKS CAN NEVER KEEP WHAT IS OURS? WHY IS IT THAT WHATEVER WE HAVE, WE ONLY HAVE IT FOR A SEASON THEN SOMEONE ELSE COMES ALONG-AND WE SELL IT FOR SCRAP? HASN'T GOD BEEN GOOD TO US? CAN'T WE KEEP FOR OURSELVES WHAT GOD HAS GIVEN US TO HAVE?" From a s pace behind me I heard women weeping. But the women weren't weeping b y themselves. Men sobbed, too as one-b y -one great men and women manned the pulpit in fro nt of u s Men lik e Jackie Robinson, Paul Robeson, Bob Saunders, Benjamin fought back Then one .of the demons st9pped long enough to 'grab me b y my collar and sa y "Boy, I don t know w hat your trouble is. But this here St Paul AME C hur c h ha s been condemned. I woke up screaming. Then I read an article in the paper. It announced, "MEMBERS OF HISTORICAL ST. PAUL AME CHURCH TO HOLD FINAL SERVICES. I crawled out of bed stumbled into the bath room and o n bended knees re m aine d in th a t sanctuary for a lon g l ong time. r---------------- 1 The Sentinel Recommendations 1 I I For Aug u st 26th Primary: County Commission 1 1 District 2 1 U.S. Senate Victor Crist 1 Kendrick Meek County Commission I U.S. Representative District 3 I I Kathy Castor Valeri e Goddard or I I Governor Les Miller 1 Ale;" Sink Circuit Court Judge 1 Attorney General Group 4 I I Pam Bondi (R) Z ili a Vasq u e z I Dan Gelber (D) County Court Judge I State Representative I I District 12 Croup 10 I Jim Norman Dick Gr co, Jr. I State Representative School Board District 2 I District 4 7 Cand Olson I Bri an Blair Scbool.Board District 4 I I State Representative Richard Bartels 1 I District 55 School Board District 6 I Darryl Rousson April Griffin

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Do you remember one of Tampa's most precious jewels for over 84 Years in the Black Community? Here are some astonishing facts for you to consider, before you make your final decision and vote: The Tampa -Hillsborough Urban League, Inc was once a thriving economic engine in the black community. An organization that was lead, managed and controlled by Tampa's black elite Yes including, former Senator Les Miller When Miller served on the board of the Tampa-Hillsborough Urban League that was the beginning of the end. The League had been profitable for years Within the last 5 years the board began to struggle finan cially starting wit h a $300 000 def i cit w h ich increased into a deficit of more than $3.1 million, and federal t ax li ens i n excess o f $150 000 and court judgments in excess of $40,000 by th e time of Miller' s abrupt and untimely departure. As quoted in the Tampa T r ibune June 29th 2006 Les Miller said "He basically gave up on the o rgan ization afte r feel ing he w as repeatedly denied informa tion." In the same article Mrs Joanna Tokley the l eague s 20 year CEO s t ated that She never heard any com plaints or questions from board members about NOT receiving information. Miller then said, "His legislat i ve duties took priority and he had better things to do. Because of his leadership and integrity Tampa no longer has an 84 year old organ i zation that provided re sources for minority residents, as well the public at large ranging from education and crime prevention to neighborhood beautification. Is this Proven Leadership? Is this Integrity? Is this how someone will work work and work hard for you? As your current County Commissioner my promise and Continued Commitment is that I will NEVER quit on you! I will never walk out and abandon you when the going gets tough I 'll be there for you the voters in good times and bad times to bring about a positive change for our community. My record of accomplish ments for District 3 has been proven by my continued commitment. Please allow me the opportunity to con tinue to serve you, as your representative on the Board of County Commissioners District 3 "I'll NEVER give up or quit on my community," that's my commitment to you. LEASE VOTE TO *********** THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS! * * * * * "T1 :::0 c l< )> c: C> c: en -1 ..... CN I\) 0 ..... 0 "T1 r-0 :::0 c )> en m z ::! z m r-1 llJ c: r r m ::! z c: llJ c en ::I: m c m < m :::0 < -1 c: m en c )> z c "T1 :::0 c

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Page Six Police Dismantle Large Drug Ring In Eastern Hillsborough Countv -._ .. ___ This 1972 Chevrolet Impala was seized during Operation Under Pressure. A joint investigation has led to the indictment and arrest of more than 33 Hillsborough County residents. Police began making the arrests earlier this week. According to Dep. Larry ::t McKinnon, spokesman for c a: the Hillsborough County u.. Sheriffs Office, the yearlong investigation is a joint <( operation between the U S > Attorney's Office, the Hillsborough County f3 Sheriff's Office, and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). ffi The investigation, known > as Operation Under Pressure, began as a probe w into gang activity in the Progress Village and Palm :::::i River areas of the county. As m Q. z i= UJ ...J ...1 m I ...1 UJ z the investigation continued, police identified the drng trafficking operation. Dep. McKinnon said the investigation led police to McAllen, Texas, where they identifi ed the drug distribution point that was supplying distributors in Palm River and Progress Village. They were also able to identify and arrest individual s accused of transporting and supplying drug fractions in Hillsborough County. Dep. McKinnon said the investigation revealed that the drugs were delivered to members df the Latin Life Association operating out of Tropical Acres in Riverview. The Latin Lif e Assoc iation is alleged to h ave the n dis-tributed to the Progress Village Boys and the Samson Park Boys Those gangs are alleged to have filtered the drugs down to members of the Palm River Boys, 58th Street Boys, and the 8-Deuce Click. "Th is investigation is far from over. We are anticipating at least another 30 indictments in the future," Dep. McKinnon said. Police have seized 1 pound of crack cocaine, $1,200 of marijuana, 40 kilos of powdered cocaine, and more than $6oo,ooo in cash and property. Automatic weapons, handguns, and a 1972 Ch ev rolet Impala was also confiscated. t= z UJ en <( c a: 0 ...1 u.. &PARNELL, PA F ATTORNEYS AT LAW <( I CD w OUR fiRM ED NDALE HUBBELL, THE HIGHEST RATING fOR lEGALABlllTY AND ETHICAl STANDARD WORLDWIDE. 11te Hiring If A Lawyer f slff1 Impo rtant Dcslclon n1111 Sltoultl Not /las ed Soluly Upon Adwwtiscment Befol'l! You Dft:idle, A1k Us Th Send You F REE Wrltrl/11 ltiforma tloll Abou t Our Qual ifica t ions And Mentor Urges High School Students To Pursue Success BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several years ago, a young Tampa man participated in the LEAD America program as a high schoo l student. This summer, h e was back with the program, but this time as a leader and mentor. Paul Sheehy, III, a graduating senior at Morehouse College visited the campuses of Columbia University in Manhattan, NY; Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD; and Stanford University in San Jose, CA. He conducted 6-day sessions with high school students from those areas and shared the knowledge and wisdom he has attained during his 22 years of living. His message to the students was simple and that was "you can achieve and success is attainable." The son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul (Debra) Sheehy, II, and grandson of Mrs. Ann Porter, Sheehy is a Political Science major. After graduat ing in the Spring, he plans to continue his education and earn a Juris Doctorate and Masters of Business Administr ation degrees in a dual degree program. He hasn' t d ec ided on a college yet. The inspiring young man said b e s h ared with his audi-PAUL SHEEHY, ill ence what he refers to as the five wells: Well Balanced, Well Traveled, Well Spoken, Well Read, and Well Dressed. I believe that if someone instills the 5 wells in their lives, they will ensure success. I also told the students, 'I see a light inside each of you. It shines brighter than the sun, but you can't see it .... To get to your destination you might have to take a boat, a plane sky dive, or roller skates. But once you reach your destination, you ll find that you're able to fly." Sheehy said be left them with wisdom and life's lessons. He received letters from the students and their words had an impact on him I could see the potential in them. It was so obvious to me. The feeling of helping someone else is better than any thing of material value." ... E ndorsed By: The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Tampa Tribune -St. Petersburg Times Hillsborough Classroom Teachers Association Hillsborough Support Employees Federation Endorsed By: The Florida Sentinel Bulletin ... on advocate for change as opposed to continuing with more of the soma .. Classroom Taoc hers Associ a t ion (CTA) Hillsborough School Employees Fedemtion (HSEF) Tho Tampa ll'lbune ... none matches Griffin's energy detarmlnotion or attention to deto u. Ln Goooto Newspaper .. .Independent fmsh ond unofmld ... Reoomrnonded by the St Petersburg Greater 'Thmpa Association Of Realtors ... she does her homei.\'Ork ... Hillsborough County F rum Bureau Also Endorsed By: AFL -CIO The Toomstorn EQUnllty Florid 1-.C

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State President Signs Bill That Will Bring $1.3 Billion To Florida President Barack Obama on Tuesday, followed the House in approving a law bill that will bring the state of Florida $1,3 billion to help schools and the Medicaid pro gram. The measure is hoped to save thousands of jobs nationwide The Senate had already ap proved the $26 billion bill. Republicans see the bill as another stimulus or bailout before casting what was largel y a party-line vote op posing the bill. The y accused Democrats of trying to curry favor before the mid-term elections and questioned job creation claims. For Florida $555 million will be th e state s share of $10 bil lion in e ducation funding, and $784 million in Medicaid funding. More than 9 ,000 te ac hing jobs will be saved or created. President Obama said th e government can t stand by and do nothing while pink s lip s are being handed out to men and women who educate our child ren or keep our communities safe. The U S Department of Ed ucation estimates of the 160,000 teachers who could be affected nationally 9,200 are from F l orida. Tampa Bay area sc h ool dis tricts have managed to avoid la yoffs for the 2010 schoo l year State school officials credited an earlier $789 bil lion federal stimulus bill with creating or saving 28,ooo ed ucation jobs including 2 8oo in the Tampa Bay area. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 Feel at ease knowing that you've got your daily finances under control. When it comes to managing your money the key is finding the right balance. SunTrust can help with every thing from fast access to funds to daily balance alerts so you can budget effectively, save automatically and manage stress. To find out more about how you can stay in control of your finances visit suntrust.com/solid, call 800.SUNTRUST or s top by any branch to speak wi th a SunTrust representative. SUNTRUST Ltve Soltd. Bank SoHd. Sun Trust Bank, Member FDI C Cl2010 Sun Trust Bonks, Inc. Sun Trus t and Live Solid. Bank Solid. mari<'s of s _unTrust Banks. Inc "T'I ::D c }< l> c G) c en -1 ..... 1\) 0 ...... 0 "T'I r-0 ::D c l> en m z :::! z m r-1 tD c r r-' -rn :::! z ""C c CJ !: en ::I: m 0 m < m ::D -< -1 c m en 0 l> z 0 "T'I ::D 0

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0 Local len ;:) G ;:) <( <( c a: LL Disabled Teenager Serves As Beacon Of Hope For Others BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In many ways, Denisha Kirnes is a typical teenager. She has aspirations of going to college, becoming a mod e l singer, and an actress. Denisha plans to begin train ing at Barbizon, USA, LLC later this month. But she needs com munit y sponsors to help her reach her goals. Later this month, Denisha will enter the 8th grade at Bur nett Middle School. In addition to her normal school supplies, the young l a dy, who i s currently a member of the National Junior Honor Society will be accompa nied b y a Braille teacher. Her mother Ms. D e'mentria Blue, said that other than the t eacher, Denisha i s in a regular classroom despite the fact that h er l eft eye has been removed and she has limit ed vision in her DENISHA KIRNES ... Aspires to become mode l, singer, and an actress that at one po int the enterpris ing young l ady refused to talk about her illness. Now sh e's very open about h e r condition. Denisha, who will turn 16 on September 12th tells others with disabilities, Don 't let dis abilities interfere with what you want to do. Always go for your dreams." When asked about her c hoic es for the future, Denisha said, I just like fashion, meeting other people, and walking down the runway. An intelligent young l ady who seems to know where she wants to go, Denisha realizes that everyone who sets out to be enterta in ers are not successful. So s h e a l so ha s a backup pl an. Denisha is thinking about en tering th e le ga l profe ss ion becau se s h e wants to h e lp people right eye. Last schoo l term, she C ended the school year with a 4.0 a: grade point average. Also known as Nee Nee, C Denisha has a lifelong disabili Z ty. She was diagnosed with a <( rare disease known as retinoblastoma b efore her 1st birthda y The condit ion occurs when tumors connect to th e retina of the eye Her situation was compound e d when cancer cells were also discove r ed in h er eye. During numerous trips to Willie s Eye Clinic in Philadel phia, she has und e rgon e chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Sh e now goes to Miami for checkups because the di sease has been in remission for the past 5 years. Her grandmother, Ms. Emma Williams said, She must raise a $450.00 down payment before c l asses at Barbizon begin on A u g u st 26th. Anyone wishing to find out ad ditional information abo ut the program or wanting to make a donation can contact Ms. Kristy Stanley, Executive Di rector of Barbizon USA LLC, at (813) 286-9999 c en w ;:) I-ii: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ;:) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) m I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL <( I c:o w G First Mt. Carmel AME Church 4406 N. 26th St.* Tampa 33610 (813) 236-2322 Rev. Frankie S. Fayson, Ill, Senior Pastor Blair Women's Missionary Society "j':) ) t7 ( /}f // "f ,, C -Pe-,--z-1;7" tJ'z /'1//IT'e Saturday, August 14, 2010 4 P. M. Theme : Fulfilling God s Word Fulfilling God s Will, Fulfilling God s Way" MS. COREATHA LARKINS ... Speaker West Coast Conference WMS President ... ,. Pastor TYLER STREET CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD PILLAR AND GROUND OF THE TRUTH, INC 11 02 Tyler Sl Plant City FL 33563 Elder E Hobbs Pastor N Rome Avenue, Tampa, FL 33607 Tel: (813) 253 5714 -Pre-Anruversary Serv1ces Anniversary Servi ' Chur, !hat ls"Steadfast, Unmovable, Always The Work Of The Lord."-1 Corinthians 15:58 REV. JAY JACKSON Mt. Olive M. B. Church lakeland, FL 1\.,.;IUSl 15, 2010 REV. KELLY BROWN Pastor, Greater Mt. Vernon M. B. Church Jacksonville October 10, 2010 11 a. m. 84th Church Anniversary October 2, 201 0 6 P.M. Sister Erma Griffin, Musical Chalrpenon Church Annlvenary Chairperson, Sister Coll .. n Upshaw Co-Chairperson, Sister M.mlacla Young General Chairperson, ONcon Ar.thur Tolbert Program Chalrpenon, Brother David Hickmon It Sister Anna Hickmon Publicity Slst.r CathiMn Bradley ll$Pirinu Model DOesn't Mind Chasing Her Dreams ARIELLE HOLTON ... Aspiring Model Last year, Ms. Arielle Holton tasted the wor ld of g lit ter and glamour as a contestant on America's Next Top Model. She was eliminated after the second round, but that bit of exposure was a lesson in life. Ms. Holton said she came to realize you have t9 pursue your dreams and aspirations. I feel I have to go out arid chase my dreams because not many people from this area have made it. She hopes to relocate to Atlanta in the future but until that happens, she keeps busy going to video shoots and partic ip a ting in other wntures. But, Ms. Holton said she feels you must leave the area in order to get the exposure you need. Her ultimate goal is to appear on some reality television shows for exposure. She plans on utilizing her talents as a singer to further her career as well. She also still hopes to perfect her skills in a School of the Arts The dqughter of Mrs. SonHolton Daniels and Arivelle Jenkins, Ms. Holton attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. She graduated from Hillsbo rough High School in 2005. A Tampa native, she is cur rently continuing her education at Hillsborough Community College. She has chosen the field of Forensic Ps yc hology as a major. Ms. Holton, who attends, Victory Temple said she enjo ys being a versatile singer who is comfortable with gospel or R & B. In fact, next to spending time with her family that includes sons, Jeremiah and Tyler, the 21-year-old mother lists singing among her hobbies. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iholton@flsentinel.com.

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Local "T1 c Governor Appoints 15 To Cancer Advisorv Council )> c: C) Earl ier this week, Governor Charlie Crist a ppoint e d 15 individuals from thro u gh ou t the s tate to the Florida Cancer Control and Research Advisory Council. Two of the appointees and one person who was reappointed are from Tampa. Dr. Brian Rivers, 35, research faculty with Moffitt Cancer Center, is repl ac ing Anna Giuliano. His term will expire on Decembe r 1 2013. Benjamin Djulbegovic, 57, a professor at the Univer s ity of South Florid a, is succeeding william Hartmann. His term will expire on December 1, 2012. Helen Lewis, 57, of Bran don, C ancer Program Coordinator at Watson Clinic was reappointed until December 1 2013. Rosemary Sullivan, 55, of Miami, a physician and social worker with Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Center will serve until December 22, 2010. She is replacing Michele Delafranconi. EVENING STAR TABERNACLE M.B.CHURCH 3716 E Paris St Tampa 33610 Rev Jerome Griffin, Pastor 50 Men Of Integrity S.uulay,Aagat 15, 2010 ** 4 P.M. The Public Is Invited. DR. BRIAN RIVERS Moffitt Cancer Center The term of Gerald Robbins, 59, of New Port Richey, a physician with Florida Cancer Institute, will expire o n December 31, 2011. He is re placing Michael Kasper. The term of Gerald Robbins, 59, of New Port Richey, a physician with Florida Cancer Institute, will expire on December 31, 2011. He is re-CYNTHIA HARRIS Director of Institute of Public Health, FAMU placing Michael Kasper. Zenesha Barkley, 34, of Deltona, is a r eg i s t e r ed nurse with B ethune-Cook man Uni vers ity She is succeedi ng Cynthia Brown and her term will expire on December 1 2012. The terms of Jeffrey Rubis, 35, of Jacksonville and Gregory Hale, 45 of St. FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST -CHURCH-OF SEHIER . 6720 C .ounty Rd. 579--N. Rev. Nathaniel Love, Pastor Celebrating F.llY & FRIENDS DAY Sunday, August 15th 4 p.m. Apostle Charles Hill, Of Christ In You Ministry Guest Speaker and Guest Cfturch Petersburg will expire on December 31, 2013. Bubis, a physician at Integrated Community Oncology Network is replacing Jerry Barbosa. Hale, a pediatric oncologist at All Children's Hospital is r e placing D. Wayne Jenkins. Reappointments Governor Crist also reappointed 8 individuals to serve for varying terms. Rose Marie Cossick, 67, of Hollywood an accountant with the Florida Department of Children and Families Cynthia Harris, 54 of Tal lahassee, Director of Institute of Public Health, Florida A & M University, will serve until December 1 and December 22, 2010, respectively. Cathy Reed, 61, of Talla-hassee, Program Director of Food and Nutrition with the --4 Florida Department ofEduca-tion, will serve until Dec em-N ber 31, 2011. Th e term of James o Schwade, 63, of Miami, the Executive Director of C y berknife of Miami, will serve until December 31, 2011. Lance Grenevicki, 42, of Melbourne, a self-employed oral and maxillofacial surgeon, will serve until December 1 2012. The terms of Robert Cassell and Thomas George, and Helen Lewis will expire on December 1 2013. Cassell, 57, of Winter Haven, is an oncologist at Lakeland Regional Cancer Center; and George, 38, of Gainesville, is a physician with the UniversityofFlorida. 0 c )> C/) m z ::! Blessing, Healing, Deliverance & Salvation z m ':"' m c: r r m All Things Are Possible To Him That Believeth" St. Mark 9:23 Come see A Miracle: A Modern Day Lazarus From the cold Grave of Death, I AM RISEN!! THE APOSTLES FOUNDATION CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST, INC. August16-20,2010 7:30 P. M. Nightly Pastor/Apostle E. Huff Host Pastor ::! z "'D c: m r c;; :::J: m c m < m :::D -< --4 c: m C/) c )> z c "T1 :::D c Saturday, August 14, 2010 Doors Open 6:30p.m. Deliverance Church Of The Body Of Christ 2708 E. 23rd Avenue rrfze Intemationa{ Christian Center "An Encounter with God" 5 Da of Prayer & Praise ... Fe ng ovah Pra e Also: Dedicated Ones Wanda Golden Girts Sisters of Grace Ebou Ministries Worship Singers Loretta D. L. Bright Gospel Slngers & .Many Morel

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E Local N M ...... Mt. Pleasant Middle School Achieved An 'A' Grade On The FCAT Mt. Pleasant Middl e 0 Sc h oo l Tampa, achieved a fE grad e of "A" on the FCAT. the Connect Th e Dot'; program, where home v i sits wer e held a nd tutoring was done in the homes. "We made a concerted effort t o get our parents invo lved," s h e said. Last yea r th e sc ho o l received a B grad e on the test. School administra t ors at th e 6th, 7th and 8th grade cente r are proud of their "A" grade They are even more proud of th e fact that the ir students m e t 100% of the criteria of the 'No Child Left Behind' mandat es r equired to receive the hard to earn Adequate Yearl y Progress (AYP) status. Not many sc hools a r ou nd the state m a ke A YP statu s. This i s the first time the school m ade both the "A" Grade and AYP. School officials promise this wonit be the la s t time how ever. YOLONDA WAITRESS Mt Pleasant is a free, public charter sc h oo l that accep t s students from a ll over Hillsborou g h County. The sc ho o l is fully equipped with the lates t ed ucation al t ec h nol ogy, provides free nutriti ous breakfast a nd lunch and has limited bus tra nsportati o n Of 250 school s in Hillsborou g h County, 40 m ade A YP status. Mt. Throughout the school year, Mt. Pleasant h olds tutoring session s, even o n Saturdays, t eac h e rs are co n stantly re-teaching and assess ing, an d t eac h e r s gave up 1 confer e n ce p e riod per week to mak e it happen Th e s m aller class size ma y a l so be a contributing factor to it s s uccess. Last sc h oo l t e rm th e average c lass had 1 8 students. To learn more about this sc ho ol, its insc h oo l tutori n g program, afte r sc h oo l tutoring, it s pa rtner ships with th e Patel Conservatory a t the David A Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts or its Brain Expansion Scholasti c Training (BEST) tutoring program, ca ll the sc h oo l a t (813) 253-0053 c Pleasant made 100% in ff Writing. c Ms. Yolonda Waitress, Z Principal at Mt. Pleasant < said it's all about m a king th e children accountable. I strongly b e lieve that a t some W point, we have t o stop h o l ding their hands because we > won' t be able to always be a: there. w Since we were down last year in Math, the students t oo k 2 Math classes daily" (th ei r regular math and a n int e n se Math) Ms. Waitress furthe r exp l a in ed th e s ucc ess of Mt Pleasant as cooperation of Also, visit the sc h oolis web site a t www.mpmiddle sc h oo l.n et. Editor Gwen Hayes can be reached at (813) 248-1921 or editor@-Osentinel.com. > w c w :I: en :::i m :) ll. z i= w ...J ...J :) m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J u. We are an 11A11 School Mt. Pleasant Middle School's and ath Graders Excel Mt. Pleasant Middle School Students achieved the following: An "A" Grade on the FCAT Students met Adequate Yearly Progress (A YP) + Students met 100% of State benchmarks for middle schools These honors were achieved: by hard work by the students with hard working, caring and dedicated teachers by a comprehensive educational curriculum that emphasizes reading and math with the latest in electronic education technology + by creating a positive and productive learning environment We wiD be better this year! Shouldn't your child be at Mt Pleasant Middle School? Enroll your child today at this free public charter school. (Limited bus transportation provided.) Please call the school at (813) 253-0053 for more information or visit our web site, www.mpmiddleschool.net, to download an application form We are not a private school, not a church school, and not an alternative school. We are a traditional public school. Tuition is free/ Mt. Pleasllnt .S: B. Middle Scllool,., 1906 N. Rome A.vmue-Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 253-0053-www.mpmJddlnclwol.net Mt. Pleasant S. B. Middle School Is a Hillsborough County public charter school. 'Jobs 4 Teens' To Host Health And wealth Fair On Friday, August 13th from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., Jobs 4 Teens w ill host a Back t o School / Work event a t Tampa Park Plaza, 1429 Nebraska Avenu e Th e event will a l so f ea ture a Health a n d Wealth Fair. Among the gues t speakers at the event will be Dr. Donna Elam from the University of South Florida, ACLU Director, Dr. Joyce Hamilton Henry, and rep r esenta tiv es fr o m the Tampa Fire Department. Performing liv e will be 2 Man Army and there will a lso b e a Sanchezz Dance Contest, with the winner to be featur ed in th e n ex t 2 Man Army video. Several important te e n top ics will be discussed and free back-to-s c h oo l s upplies free zManArmy ... scheduled To Perform phone giveaways, and free food will b e provided. Several area employers are also expected to attend the event. Ex-felons and others seeking work are encouraged to come out and take advan tage of an opportunity to get back to work. For more information about this event, call (813) 965-7 991. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Tampa Alumni Chapter m '/.Cordially invites "' All interested men to an INFORMATION MEETING Monday, August 16, 2010 7:00P.M. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 3 412 E Lake Avenue Tampa FL 33610 www.tampakappas.com For more information contact:info@tampakappas.com Attire : Coat and Tie Training for Leadership Since 1911 @The First Baptist Church of Progress Village 8616 Progress Blvd -Tampa, FL 33619 Dr. Sam Maxwell, Pastor/Professor Dr. G. I. Bradley, President Fall Semester Registration AUGUST 19,2010 6:30P.M.-9:30P.M. For Applications, School Catalogs And/Or Additional Information Please Contact Dr. Sam Maxwell, Dean Of The Tampa Campus @ 813,-? 7'7-948

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Mavor Makes Last Address To East Tampa Group )> c: G) c: en CITYOFTAMPAMAYOR PAM IORIO This Tuesday a t the Ragan Park Center, more than 100 people were in attendance at the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership meeting. The meeting featured Mayor Pam Iorio, who addressed the group for the last time dur ing her term of office. Mayor Iorio told the group how honored she was to be a part of what's going on in East Tampa. I have never in the 25 years of my public life been rewarded and treated as I have been by this group. I want to make sure that the city continues to see East Tampa as a priority and I feel good with what we've been able to accomplish together. ETCRP Chairperson, Evangeline Best, said everyone in UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St. Tampa ,FL 33605 (813) 248 5955 Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED EVANGELINE BEST ETCRP Chairperson attendanc e was very receptive to what Mayor Iorio had to say. In what was s uppo sed to be a question and answer session, most of th e people said how much they admi r ed the Mayor's service to Tampa and their communities. She told us how rel REV. DR. JUUUS WYNN, Pastor : en Deacon Mitton .--m <. ' z New Birth Missionary Baptist Church 4618 N Florida Avenue Tampa, Florida 33603 Pastor H D McFadden, Sr., Shepherd/Teacher 2:00P.M. Everyone Is Invited To Come And Share The Word Of God With The Man Of God ::t z m r;m c: rr-z "'C c: llJ c en ::I: m c m < m :a -< -4 c: m en c VICTORY TABERNACLE MISSIONARY BAPnSTCIURCI Pastor Eugene Sanders, Jr. 8th Appreciation Services Will Be Held At Victory Tabernacle M. B. Church 2716 34th Steet, Tampa, FL -----------Nightly Services Monday, August 16,2010 at 7:00p.m. Rev. Ricardo Robinson Northside Baptist Church Tampa FL Tuesday August 17, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. Rev. Steve Nunn Trinity Gospel Community Church Tampa, FL 3361 0 Wednesday, August 18,2010 at 7:00p.m. Bishop Eddie Newkirk St. John Cathedral Church Tampa, FL 33605 Thursday, August 19,2010 at 7:00p.m. Rev. Dr. Zachary Hudson Rebirth Missionary Baptist Church Tampa FL 3361 0 Friday, August 20, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. Rev. Joseph Sykes Macedonia Baptist Church Tampa, FL Anniversarv Service Sunday, August 22, 2010, 4:00 p.m. Pastor: Elder Benjamin Adams, Jr. St. John Primitive Baptist Church 1 002 Palmetto Street Clearwater, FL 33755 Wednesday, August 25,2010 at 7:00p.m. Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott 34th Street Church of God Tampa, FL 33605 ..... ..... ),.

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0 T"" Loca 0 C\1 M T"" 1-CJ) :::> (!) :::> <( c a: u. MoHitt Cancer Center To Co-Host East Tampa Healthv living Expo Moffitt Cancer Center, the Center for Equal Health, Front Porch Florida, Tampa Family Health Cente rs and the City of Tampa will host the East Tampa Healthy Living Expo from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m., Saturday, Aug. 21 at the Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, 3402 N. 22nd St. The event is free and open to the public. There will be free physical exams for school-aged children and cholesterol screenings for adults. To schedule an appointment, call (813) 272-6240. There is limited spac e avail-JOHNETIA GOLDSMITH ab l e for mammograms, if you qualify To determine if you c qualify, call (813) 745-5777. a: Attendees can also tak e part LL in free diabetes and blood recipes and take part in a free Zumba demonstration. There will be free popcorn, snow cones and hot dog s, as well as a bounce house, games a nd door priz es. c z <( c CJ) w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w :I: CJ) :::l m :::> a. z i= w ...J ...J :::> m I ...J w z i= z w en C a: 0 ...J u. pressure screenings Ther e is no appointment necessary. Educational resources and health information will be provided. Come and see a cooking demonstration on how to make quicl<, easy and healthy Johnetta Goldsmith, Chairperson for The Heart of East Tampa Front Porch Council, Inc., states that 'The expo is the beginning of an educational process for East Tampa residents to l earn Ask About Our Back To School Specials fACK TO SCHO Thli.Hair Location: Magic Mall Rea 8330 N Aorida Ave. Tampa, FL 33604 Provided: Wed./Sun. Only $5 Haircut Or Trim Hair Styles For Girls 9 & Under Wash & Set $20 Twist 8/11-8/15 ONLY! Call For An Appointment! 352-142-t858 more about cancer disparities and other health issues." The Heart of East Tampa Front Porch Council is the community outreach agency for the USF-Moffitt's Center for Equal Health, which will ultimately be responsible for the expertise in the health education for East Tampa residents. One-on-one and health talking circles will also take place Ms. Goldsmith said that over 120 vendors were invited to participate at the event. Ther e will be a healthy cook ing demonstration (limited space) by Chef John Saxton of Urban Culinary Cuisine Cafe and other h ealthy snacks provided b y various organizations. A wine vendor will b e on site demon strating no preservatives, nat ural wines for tasting. Door prizes and entertainment will a l so be provided. As a special treat for the men, some lo ca l boxers w ill be on hand to promote men s health and to sign autographs. This is a famil y event with lots of fun includ ed. not only for East Tampa residents, but the community at large." For mor e information con tact Ms. Goldsmith at 813728 4607. Editor Gwen Hayes can be reached at (813) 248-1921 or editor@-flsentinel.com. Complimentarv Cuts Two weeks of complimentary back-to-school haircuts started on Monday, August 9, at Remington College -Tampa. The salon will be busy with appointments from 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. Parents can bring in children ages 17 and under for a complimentary haircut provided by instructors and students in the Retnington College-Tampa Campus cos metology school. Last year the campus provided more than 150 complimentary haircuts during the event. The Cuts for Kids event runs through Friday, August 20. Parents can make appointments by calling The Salon at Remington at 813-316-4470 or just walk in. The Salon at Remington College is located at 6302 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Suite 400 in Tampa. In The Spotlight LA SHAWNA You can spend this weekend with our Spotlight feature, La Shawna. The 27-year-old Taurus stands 5'6" and models with Mr. Wright's Ebony Collection. La Shawna's favorite star is Jada Pinkett-Smith, and her hobbies are modeling, writing and dancing. In the future, she wants to begin working as a surgical technician at a local hospital. La Shawna's philosophy of life is: "don't let the stresses of life distract the goals you have set for yourself." The man in La Shawna's life must be spiritual, employed, confident, loyal, spontaneous and independent. Congratulations to La Shawna as this weekis Spotlight feature. If you're interested in being In the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, Including a cont!ICt number to: jjohnson@flsentinei&Q!ll 9" Roller ................................ ..... $1 Brushes ..................................... _.; uu-" LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONL Yl!

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Local "TT JJ c }< Harram Court #96, Daughters Ollsis To Host Imperial Court And Centennial Celebration )> dance Saturday evening, 9 p. C: m. at the Tampa Convention g Center. Tickets will be avail-en able. DT. BERTHAL. BAKER ... Illustrious Commandress Harram Court #96 Harram Court #96 of Tampa will host the 99th Imperial Court Session, Daughters of Isis Convention that will celebrate 100 years of Inspiring to Heights Up.tried." The Cen tennial Celebration will occur during the 117th Imperial Council Session, Ancient Egyptians Arabic Order No bles Mystic Shrine (A. E. A 0 N. M. S.) of North and South Ame rica and its Jurisdictions Inc. b e ing h e ld in Tampa Au gust 13-19 2010 This i s th e DT. CHARLESENA H. SMITH ... 42nd Cornman dress first national convention in Tampa. The Imperial Court, Daugh ters of Isis, is the female counterpart to the Shriners. Daughter Bertha L. Baker is Illustrious Commandress for Tampa s Harram Court No. 96, and Daughter .Greta Powell is the local coordinator for the Imperial Court Ses sion for th e Daught e r of I sis. Daughter Charlesena H. Smith ( #73) is th e 4 2ncl Im p e rial Commandre ss. East Tampa Street Enhancement Proiect Set To Begin C itizen s and community l e ade r s will join Mayor Pam Iorio f o r a s i g n unveilin g cer e m o n y s i g nif ying th e s ta rt o f con s tru ctio n for theN. 2 2nd Str ee t Enh a ncem e nt Project. T h e eve n t will tak e place o n M o nd ay, A u g u s t 16, 20 1 0 a t 3 : 3 0 p.m. at Tam pa P o l ice D e p a rtm e nt Distric t 3, 3 808 North 22n d St r eet. Th e n. 22 nd St reet Enh a ncem e nt P roject co n s i sts of p e d es tri a n s tr ee t sca p e a nd roa d way improve m e n t s to 22nd Stree t f r o m Lak e Avenu e t o Dr. Martin Luth e r King Jr. Bou l evar d Th e impr ove m e nt s a l o n g theN. 22nd S tr ee t corri dor a n d t h e t w o intersections Lak e Avenu e and N. 22 nd St r ee t a nd Dr. Mart in Luth e r King Jr. Boule v ard a n d N. 22nd Stree t will includ e l a nd scaping ; irrig a tion ; e nhanced cro sswa lk s; co ntinu o u s s i dewa lk from Lake Avenue to Dr. Martin Luth e r King Jr. B oule v a rd o n th e east side. The improvement s will also includ e a 1 0f oo t multi model trail on the west side ; bu s stop and s h e lt e r impr ove m ents; traffic signal upgrades; and pedestrian lighting. The $1.8 million project is ex p ec t e d to b e compl e t e d M a r c h 2011. The contractor for the proj ec t i s R E Pur cell Con structio n Inc. Access to comm e rcial busin es s r es id e n ces, a nd l oca l road s will be maintained during construction You Are Invited To The Women' s Army Corps Veterans Association August 19-22, 201 0 Embassy Suites Tampa Westshore 555 N. Westshore Blvd. Friday, August 20, 7:30p .m., Company Party Saturday, August 21, 12:30 p m Pallas Athena Luncheon Sunday, August 22, 1 p m., President's Luncheon Wome n Veterans & On (\ctive Duty From All Branches Of The Armed Forces Welcome LTC. (RET) Cita Maloon-Gibson Luncheon Guest Speaker For More Information Call (813) 464-0006; (352) 346-2985: or (352) 245-5480 Th e Daught e rs of Isis cur r e ntly has over 10,000 mem bers in o v er 200 Courts. Th e Imperi a l Court was estab lish e d in 1910 in Detroit Michi ga n and the loc a l court, Hanam #96 was organized in 1946. 2010 and received the award for increased court members hip Daughter Deborah Williams was named Out standing Daughter of Isisdom for 2010 and Rasheedah Stevenson received a trophy as Isiserette Coordinator. The particular program thrusts of the Daughters oflsis N 0 include education, scholar-...... 0 ship, health, mentoring youth Harram Court #96 was named Outstanding Court for Harram Temple #23 and Harram Court #96 will host a and senior citizens, and many other volunteer activities. OOtlli lmp,elirn.IJ Wt8nt.(IJft4'uDJlt}l)f11}/2DJ(Q) The Tampa Bay community welcomes the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine and Daughters of Isis for its 117th Imperial Session. Tampa Bay's hospitality is as warm as i ts weather and we i nvite you t o ex p erien ce t he t r easures of this West C oa st F lor ida p ara d ise. We look forward to be i ng your host as you experience Tampa Bay at its finest. For more information, contact Local Convention Coordinators: Michael Dozier (813) 382-3416 **Greta M. Powell (813) 833-9297 -------------2010 Shrine Expo Exhibit 175 Vendors Tampa Convention Center West Hall 3rd Floor Saturday, August 14, 2010-Thursday, AUQL!St 19, 2010 There Is A Fee On Some Events. The Shriners Will Have A Host Of Public Activities That Will Take Place In The City Of Tampa That Will Include: < National Diabetes Initiative Exercise Walk: Tampa Convention Center Landing Saturday, August 14, 2010 7:30A.M 9 A.M Drill Patrol, Marching Clubs Youth Team Drill Inspection 8 a. m. -7 p.m. Tampa Convention Center-East Hall3rd Floor Monday and Tuesday . a: a. m. -12 noon -:: Thursday stars Bicycle, Clowns Marching Clubs & strollers Tampa Convention Center East Hall 3rd Floor Monday August 16, 2010 6 P.M.7 P.M. Nobles Drill Competition Tampa Convent i on Center East Hall 3rd Floor Monday August 16 2010 7 P.M. Until Youth Competitive /Exhibitions Event Tampa Convention Center East Hall 3rd Floor Tuesday, August 17 2010 8 A.M.-12 Noon Music Festival (Drum & Bugle Corp.) Bands & Color Guard Inspection & Competition Tampa Convention Center East Hall 3rd Floor 12:30 P.M.-2:30P.M. 2010 "T1 r-0 JJ c )> en m z ::! z m r-1 OJ c: rrm ::! z "'C c: OJ l en :I: m c m < m JJ -< -i c: m en c )> z c "TT JJ c

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Two In Same Familv To Be Buried Saturdav MS. SHIRLEY ANN MILLER Two members in the same family will be buried on Saturday after their deaths were just days apart. Mrs. Barbara Wright will b e attending the funeral of her husband, Alphonso Wright, Sr. Saturday morning (August 14, 2010), 11 a. m., followed b y the LL funeral of her sister, C Shirley Ann Miller at 2 p :i m. Everett-Derr & Anderson > Funeral Home is in charge of both services. en Wright, 52, and Miller, 42, both were in St. Joseph's .... fi w > w c w J::: en ::J III ;:) ll. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) III I ..J w z i= z w en 0 ..J LL ALPHONSO WRIGHT, SR. Hospital when they passed. Wright had been hospitalized about 2 w eeks before his d eath on August 4th; and Ms. Miller was admitted a few days b e fore her death on July 30th sufferi n g from l eg cramps. Wright will b e fun eral i zed at Northside Missionary Baptist Church, while Ms. Miller's service will b e at New Mt. Silla M B Church. More d e t a il s on the services and s urvivors is in funeral notices 813-989-7844 CONNIE HILL KEN ANTHONY -Agents Crime Former Tampan Dies In Miami Trial Begins For Couple In Binhdav. Panv Shooting MILLERJ. DAWKINS Four-term Miami City Commissioner Miller J. Dawkins, who was born in Tampa M a rch 10, 1925, died recentl y in Miami Monday, August 2 2010 at the University of Miami Hospital. He was 85 years old. He reportedly suffered from leukemia and diabetes Dawkins, a four-term Miami City Commissioner, was praised for his efforts to bring services and r espect to African Americans in Miami. On February 18, 2010, a 24-year-old man and his wife were arrested and charged with attempted murder. T ampa Police reporte d tha t they responded to a call of a shooting a t !dell Street and North 17th Street. When officers arrived there was a large crowd running down !dell. Officers then saw a man lying in the street. He had been shot at least once in the stomach. The victim was identified as Miezan Etti, 21. He was hos pitalized in stable condition. After an investigation police arrested Tyrone Jackson and his wife, Veeandrea Jackson, 22. Tyrone was charged with attempted murder, and his wife with attempted murder after the fact On Wednesday, the trial for Tyrone began Veeandrea is also being tried, accused of tampering with evidence by TYRONE JACKSON And VEEANDREA JACKSON -driving her husband and liis gun away from the Tyrone Jackson reported ly told police the shooting was in self defense. Etti was left partially paralyzed as a result of his InJuries, and testified Jackson's wife and others were trying to push him out of the birthday party after he claimed someone had tried to jump him. That'!) when prosecutors said Jackson went to his house and returned with a handgun. Dawkins was first e l ecte d to the commission in 1981 and r esigne d in 1996 He pleaded guilty to accepting bribes for influencing a city contract. In June 1997 h e began a 27-month sentence at a federal institution. A U. S Merchant Marine, Dawkins earned degrees from Florida M e morial Colleg e and the University of North Colorado. He worked as a community organizer with Mod e l C iti es in Miam i a nd was director of s p ecial programs for Miami-Dade Communi ty College. Convicted Felons Arrested On Armed Robberv Charges Funeral services we r e h e ld August 10th ST. PETERSBURG -St. P e t e rsburg Polic e report that a t 11 p m Wednesday, a 22 yea r old female was wa lking home from a store in the a r ea o f 10th Avenue, orth and The Law Office Of Angela B. Wright, P.A. National Criminal Defense College Florida Assoc. Criminal Defense Lawyers National Assoc. Criminal DefensE> Lawyers Practice Federal And State Courts EXPERIENCE MAlTERS Over 20 Years Experience FELONIES AND MISDEMEANORS AGGRESSIVE MOTION PRACTICE BOND HEARINGS WARRANTS TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS/LICENSE SUSPENSIONS PROBATION VIOLATIONS CERTIFIED EXPERT CRIMINAL TRIAL AlTORNEY 300 N FRANKLIN ST .. TAMPA. FL 336 02 SERVING BAY AREA COUNTIES (813) 277-0068 Email : wright@abwrlghtlaw com www abwrlghtlaw com DEMETRIUS WIMS MATRON PAGE 49th Street r---:--....,..,..----. when police said she was confronted by three masked men. On e man was r ep ortedl y armed with a gun. The victim CHRIS told police the WILLIAMS trio demanded her p ropert and she gave them a pack of cigarettes her ce ll phone and her personal identification. The suspects fled with the property but the victim saw them enter a near b y re idence The victim called polic and h n th arrive d h pointed out th hou the usp t n ent ring Offi r went to the r and found th thr u -th fir arm a ll gedl th bandana us d to cover th ir fa and the proprty tak n from th victim dur ing th robb ry. Demetrius Wims 2 Matron Page 1 and Christopher L. Williams 2 r h a r g d v.rith arm d r bb r All thr ar b in h ld with ut bond.

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Soaps And Horoscopes ALL MY CHILDREN-Jesse asks for his job b ack; David goes to Liz a for help in blackmailing Greenlee; Kendall and Bianca reconnect. Krystal gives Caleb a makeover; Colb y has several encounters with Asher; Scott confronts Annie about JR. AS THE WORLD TURNS -Carly and Jack decide to set up Blackthorn; Lucy and Gabriel meet for the first time and bond over memories of Lidia. Janet takes Blackthorn up on his offer to meet; Craig receives a bomb threat. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Liam feels guilty about Hope s situation; Steffy refuses Ridge's attempt at reconciling with her; Bill calls Steffy for a meeting and plays on her vulnerability; Stephanie interrogates Liam about tam pering with Steffy s computer Hope is touched by the video Oliver made for her; Taylor reprimands Ridge for not believing that Steffy is innocent; Stephanie threatens Liam s life; Steffy realizes Bill' s tryirig to get her to sell him her shares of Forrester Creations. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Stephanie breaks into Daniel and Chloe's apart ment; Nicole turns to Chloe when she hits rock bottom; Philip and Melanie have a romantic reunion after his business trip; Caroline continues to give Mag gie a hard time about Victor. Rafe suspects that EJ was behind Sydney's kid napping; Stephanie learns Chloe is pregnant; Victor realizes Nicole is the cause of Brady s drinking; Philip fears Melanie will go running back to N a than; Nicole lies to Brady about the money in her account. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Brenda faces dangerous threats from the Russian mob; Johnny tells Ethan of his plan to undercut Sonny; Sam offers Jason a so lution to get out of prison; Adrienne Barbeau joins the cast as Suzanne Stan wyck. Brenda becomes haunted by thoughts of her past with Sonn y ; Claire may be able to get Jason released from prison at Sonn y' s request; Dante, Johnny and Ethan lie to the police to protect Michael. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Natalie may help piece together the shredded Bennett Thompson file; Starr asks Langston for advice on how to handle James; Todd becomes increasingly upset over Tea. John questions Eli about Hannah s sui cide attempt; Eli reminds Hannah to keep her mouth shut if she wants Cole to be safe; James asks Langston on a date. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Nikki has a surprising offer for Meggie; Christine races to save Chance. Hope returns; Victor has a message for the Abbotts and the Newmans. lha.nk:s -I" or your SU??ort .' DICK GRECO, JR. Movie Reviews MOVIE REVlEWSf The Other Guy-Will Ferrell and Marl Wahlberg star in this comedy about two mismatched cops trying to take it to the next level. The movie struggled for laughs until Ferrell's pimp scenes. No 1 at box office $35M. (Budget $10oM) [**112] Dinner For Schmucks-Wait for the video. Made $46M. (Budget $69M) [ **] Step Up 3-D-An entertaining hip-hop movie about dancers trying to save the neighborhood. Made $15M. (Budget $30M) [***] Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore -Waste of money! Made $26M. (Budget $85M) [*] Romona and Beezus -A good family film and also a best selling book. Made $21M. (Budget $15M) [***] Salt -Angelina Jolie (Salt) delivers big time in this action spy thriller. Must-See! Made $91M. (Budget $noM) [****] Inception-" Tell Me I'm Not Dreaming"-This psy chological thriller directed by Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight) and starring Leonardo Dicaprio is a classic. 'T1 Made $227M. (Budget $16oM) [****] r-The Sorcerer's Apprentice-A Disney fantasy film starring Nicolas Cage. Good special effects. Too long (2 hrs/smin)-Made $57M (Budget $150M)[ ***] Despicable Me -2010 best animation over Shrek and Toy Story! Kids and adults will love this movie. Made $209M (Budget$69M) [**** ] z Predators -A fresh storyline makes this particular Predator movie very good. Don't miss it! Made $soM. tD (Budget$40M) [****] The Last Airbender -Highly disappointed! Direc-rtor M. Night Shyamalan could have done a better cast-ing. Made $128M. (Budget$150M) [**112] The Twilight Saga: Eclipse -The vampires and c: werewolves join together to save Bella (Kristen Stewart). For the teen fans, don t miss it! Made $293M. (Budget-cn $68M) [***] ffi RATINGS **** Very Good 1 Good I *' Average 1 Wait For Video c m < m :::D < liHiftiii"ft'iiiiiiiiiiiiiii'"l m CJ) Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -C You r e t o rn b e tween taking care of every l ast d etail, and marching )> f o rwar d with a plan that works Z Virgo (Aug. 23-8ept. 22) First you struggl e to ass imil ate C n ew conce p ts Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -You wake u p wit h ex p ans i e C i d eas for e n joying time with a frie nd. S c o r p i o (Oct. 23-Nov 21) -Y ou j u s t got a me m o a b o u t a b right id ea from a co-work er. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Asso cia t es see p os sibilitie to m o e your career forward. Capricorn (J;>ec. 22-Jan. 19) Part of. o u r mind i s far awa on vacation in in the sun Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) ou rna worry far too m u ch abo u t fina ncial details out of you r control. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Ta lk onl see m c h ea p it's t h e c oin of th e r ealm. Aries (March Id ea s that y ou 've proVIded b e c om e dis c us s ion pomts for team m e mb ers. Taurus (April 20-May 20) -All your efforts go into writi ng or other communica Gemini (May 21-June 21) Issues on the hom e front "D require immediat e attention. )io ,. , , -, , : -., r ,.1 ,,:,, "' www.VoteGreco.corn Cancer (June 22-July Q 22) -Tak e pecial care with all m c ommun ica t io ns in th so ci al """ andcareer nvi ronmt;pts

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op-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------'1""' 0 NI----11----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------,... Ravs' B. J. Upton, A Ball Of Confusion The Tampa Bay Rays' centerfielder is a very talented Major League Baseball Player. The man has blazing speed, can hit for average and with power, can steal bases and is one heck of a defensive ball playe r. With all of his talent, B. J. Upton is still the most controversial player on the team. He is a ball of confusion. Sometimes, B. J. plays with such a lack of enthusiasm. > He doesn' t hustle, gets C picked off of bases, swings at C: the ball as if he didn' t care LL whether he hit the ball or not. Sometimes Upton < appears to be aloof and someplace else besides the C ball park. When B. J. Upton comes :::::> to play, he can single-hand-' e dl y carry the Ra ys to victoffi ry. Will the real B. J. Upton > please stand up? w c w :X: (/') :::J m :::::> ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::::> m I ...J w z i= z w (/') a: 0 ...J LL Buccaneers Tangles With Dolphins Even though it is only an exhibition game, Tampa Bay Buccaneer fans will be watching the Bucs-Dolphins game with great interest. Buc fans expect to get a sneak preview of what to expect from the home team this year. The Buc s only won three games last year and Buc .fans are expecting more this year. The play of quarterback, Josh Freeman, the performance of the wide receivers the running game and the Nuccio Jaguars play of the defensive line will all be under the microscope. The Bucs must improve in all these areas if they are to improve over last season. The Bucs believe that they have the players to be better this season. While the Bucs coaches will look at these pre-season games as preparation for the season games, fans will judge them much more seriously and will see them as previews to what the season will be lik e. Tiger's Last Tournament Tiger Woods is busy playing in this year's final major. The question is will this b e Tiger' s last event for this year? This writer predicted Tiger would win his last tournament. It turned out that it was his worst tournament ever. The Ryder Cup captain has said he will add Woods to the upcoming R y d e r Cup team. The question i s will Tiger accept? If so, how will it affect his preparations? Will he continue to play? Will his performance on the golf course continue to improve? It appears that Tiger's game has hit rock bottom. There is no place for him to go but up. Tiger said this week that his life off the cour e i beginning to normalize His every move is no longer being hounded by the media, and he is beginning to see a clear direction G rn will b h ld tf9 Progress Village Field v.s. Eleven-Time Pro Bowler Derrick Brooks OHiciallv Retires Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Derrick Brooks i s officially retiring from th e NFL, making the announcement in a two-minute video presenta tion The 11-time Pro Bowl selection hasn' t played in the league since being released by the Bucs following the 2008 season. He thanked fans, coaches and former teammates, including Warren Sapp, John Lynch, Ronde Barber and Simeon Rice, in the video message posted Wednesday on the web site derrickbrooks.ty "I simpl y want to say thank DERRICK BROOKS you to all you fans for supporting Derrick Brooks as well as the Buccaneers throughout my 14 years," Brooks said. The Bucs have scheduled a news conference for Thursday. Brooks pla y ed 14 seasons, helping transform Tampa Bay from a franchise that had been the laughingstock of the NFL into Super Bowl champions. He. was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2002, the season the Bucs won the Super Bowl. Brooks was selected to 10 consecutive Pro Bowls begin ning in 1997. He was released in February 2009 and, despite insisting he was still capable of playing at a high level, was not signed by another team. Spoto High Senior Gets Track ScholarshiP Andre Jones not only has the distinction of being a m ember of Spoto High School's first graduating class, but he 's also the first to get a scholarship in Track and Field Jones will be atten din g the University of Missouri/Kansas City on a full 4-year scholarship. Jones was one of only two runners in Hillsborough County to break the 22-second mark in the 200 meter sprint. He was also 1 of onl y 5 in Florida to attend a summit in Washington, D.C. sponsored b y the Bank of America. Jones' grandmother, Willie Mae Jones, was very active in the community before she pa ed and bad been recognized b y Governor Jeb Bush. His father, Shelton Jones is director of the a ian Si ter Boys a nd Girl lub Andre Jones sa id he very excited and read y to get start ed. I thank God for my coaches ANDRE JONES at Spoto, because without them none of this woul d have been possible and I w ouldn t have made it. Jones started running as a s-year-old and said his idols in track and field are Michael Johnson Tyson Gay and Usain Bolt. "M goal is to fir t get m education then ee how far I can go as a sprinter. I d really love to run in the Olympic Games. I m going to study accounting in college. Jones said he was very impressed with the campus when he visited and compli ments t h e area for having great barbecue Jones' s mother, Ramona Jones, said this has been a long road and now her son is entering college. "I wish he was attending a school closer to home, but I'm happy the University of Missouri/Kansas City came through. The coaches never gave up on him. I remember as a first-grader be broke a record in the someter dash. Mrs. Jones said Andre is an outstanding young man and they're very proud of him. I attended and recorded all of his meets, and this year was the first time Spoto participated in a state meet. Andre competed in the 200 meters and as a member of the 4x1oo relay team. "Andre is a great student, great athlete, and an even greater son. He has performed over 500 community service hours at the Boys and Girls Club. Mrs. Jones said her son knew God had a plan for him, and he' o erwhelmed to be attending college. Among Andre s achievements are his 4.0 GPA, President of the Future Business Leaders of America (won best dressed at their conference) National Honor Societ member National Technical Honor Society member, Junior ROTC-Navy member track team Captain and the 2010 Prom King. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@tlsentinel.com. s-a. '14 #. Winter League Baseball Comes To East Tampa The most storied little league baseball prom-am in the city, the Belmont Heights Little League has announced they will be starting a Winter League this year. A (l:e.r P&t eHOWARO JOHN50N (11-1::!1} :JIIfl 2520 North sott. st. 1-4 exit 3 Tampa, Fl 33619 21&UD requlr-B egi nning August 14th and ending Augu t 28th outh between 7 and 16 can register to play R eg i tration will be held on Saturda from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday from 6 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. and on Thursday from 6 p.m. until8:30 p.m. Contact Coach Freddie Drayton at (813) 526-9444.

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Sports Tonvounuv: Michael Vick Is On Straight Path TONY DUNGY And MICHAEL VICK ATLANTA -Tony Qungy believes in mentoring and says it puts people on the right path including his mo s t famous pupil, Philadelphia quarterback Vick. On a national tour to pro mote his new book on mentaring Dungy said that Vick still has a lot to learn about his image. Dungy says even if Vick isn 't doing somethi ng ill egal, he still can make better decisions to stay out of harm's way. Vick hosted a birthday party that ended with a shooting June 25 in Vir ginia Beach Virginia Th e fir s t thin g p eop l e h ave to r ea liz e i s that probation officers d e tail e verything a nd if h e is off track eve n a l ittle, they're go in g to com e down," Dungy said. "T hey r eviewed the situation that went o n and moved forward. Th e NFL did the same and moved forward. Michael would like to h ave all th e negative publicity back off, but it really wasn' t the type of thing that people h ave blown it into. But that's the lesson for him." BucsSign Anderson, Claim Rucker OH Waivers VINCE ANDERSON The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have s i g ned safety Vince Anderson and claimed ti ght end Martin Rucker off waivers from the Philadelphia Eag l es. To mak e room on the roster the team waived defensive end George Johnson and r ece iver Mario Urrutia o n Tu es day. Lebron's Ruturn To Cleveland Comes Dec.2 NEW YORK ---=-.,....-, LeBron James homecoming ga m is set for Dec. 2. The NBA's 2010-1 schedule sendsw__..:._....J James and the Miami Heat to Cleve land that ni ght for the MVP' s first game in Ohio as the visitor. ., 2:! c l< Wright's Ex-Wile savs G') He left House With Drugs Before Disappearing 1\) 0 MEMPHIS, Tenn. -The ex -wife of sla in former NBA player Lorenzen Wright told police she saw him leave her home carrying money and a box of drugs the night he disappeared, according to court documents obtained Wednesday. Sherra Wright sai d her ex-husband l eft her hom e at 10:30 p.m. on July 18 with th e drugs, returned a short time lat e r then l eft again with an unspecified amount of m o ney, sa id an affidavit for a searc h warrant b y Memphis police Sgt. W.D. Merritt. B efore h e left, Sherra Wright sa id s h e overheard her ex-husband on th e t e le-p h o n e telling someone that he was going to "flip something for $110,000," the document said. Sherra Wright said LORENZEN Lorenzen WRIGHT Wright left h e r hom e in a car with a person she said she could not identify. Hours later, police dispatchers received a 911 call from Wright's cell phone and heard n oises like gunshots before the call was dropped. ..... 0 ., Pippen To Be Introduced Bv Jordan At Hall Ceremonv r-0 JJ c )> C/) m z SPRINGFIELD Mass. -Fittingly, Scottie Pippen will have Michae}.--...;....;;..a._. Jordan b y his side again when he goes into the Hall ::j ofFame. Z Pippen wil l be presented I by his former Chicago Bulls aJ teammate when he is induct-? ed Friday night. ::j z "tJ c: aJ c C/) ::::t m c m < m JJ -< c m C/) c )> z c ., JJ c

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Entertainment N Manager savs Fantasia ,... Hospitalized After Overdose NEW YORK-Fantasia is in C stable condition at a North Cara: LL olina hospital after t ak ing an c a: u. c z w c w J: en ::::i m :::1 0. z i= w ...J ...J :::1 'P ...J w z i= z w en I ( a: 0 ...J u.
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, :::0 ntertainment Minister Farrakhan warns wvclet Jean MIN. LOUIS FARRAKHAN vs. WYCLEF JEAN Minister Louis Farrakhan has some words of ad vice for Haitian Presidential candidate Wyclef Jean. In a sermon that was taped in February of this year, Farrakhan warns Jean about the company he keeps and running for president. "It's a tiny group of people that study you and I am saying this to Wyclef Jean," Farrakhan said. "Because when your heart is for your people, there are those that have always corrupted the leadership of Haiti and right now like vultures, the gather around a famous brother because they suspect a future for him back in Haiti and the want to get their claws into the brother so when he goes back to serve he will be their man." Minister Farrakhan states that the selection process is nothing new, he stated in his sermon that the same process took place here in America with President Barack Obama. Young Jeezv Denies Dissing Rick Ross YOUNG JEEZY vs. RICK ROSS Young Jeezy is denying reports that his new track is aimed at Rick Ross. J eezy track hit the net titled Death Before Dishonor that donned the beat of Ross' hit Blowing Money Fast. In the track Jeezy seemed to diss Ross, mocking his weight and questioning his ties to Big Meech and his Black Mafia Family. The Atlanta rapper say s not so however and call e d into M1V News to clear the air. Jeezy t e lls M1V th e trac k was not meant to b e a diss a nd if Ross or anyone else f e els otherwise, it's because they'r e "insecure. 50 Registers As Bone Marrow Donor The tough-guy rapper, who just premiered his new film Twelve last week, recently reg istered as a bon e marrow donor in an effort to help a young ac tress diagnosed with leukemia. When 50 Cent heard that 11-year-old Shannon Tavarez needed a bone marrow transplant, he and G-Unit merpber Tony Yayo registered with DKMS and were added to the Be The Match Registry. Before she was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia, Tavarez had a costarring role as young Nala in the Broadway production of The Lion King .. 50 CENT Warwick To Headline Rangel Birthdav Fund raiser DIONNE WARWICK NEW YORK Singers Dionne Warwick and Chuck Jackson will headline next week's birthday fundraising bash for embattled Democratic New York Rep. Charles Rangel. First lady of soul Aretha Franklin was originally sched uled to perform at the event, which is set for Aug. 11 at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan. But Franklin canceled after being sidelined with an injury. Franklin's cancellation is just one of a spate of problems that have plagued the fundraiser since a House ethics panel charged Rangel with 13 violations last month. The Game Goes After UFC Fighter Rampage Jackson )> c: G) c: en -4 ... (A) 1\) 0 ... 0 RAMPAGE JACKSON vs. THE GAME It seems as if West coast rapper The Game has abandoned his "no beef" philoso phy, outside of music that is. Via Twitter, The Game started going in on UFC fighter turned actor Rampage Jackson for a reason that bas yet to be disclosed. On his Twitter I?age @ihategame, Game wrote: "Rampage Jackson is an Orange County "HOUSE WIFE". I'm from the streets champ, I mean chump !!tLose lips sink ships ....... #checkya: 0 self," :::0 "You a wrestler ........ so go wrestle n!gga. Cuz if sumo en happen to you out here, lookin for me .. so keep it. eriter--4 tainment "VALLEY 2 m ..... (813) 248-1921 m c r r m ::! z :0 c: m r en ::I: m c

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0 Funerals M ,... c a: u. c z <( c en w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w :I: en ::J III ::::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) III I ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J u. Aikens MR. DAVID MELVIN JOYNER, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. David Melvin Joyner, Sr. (Huck) of 1326 Larsen Lane, who passed away Wednesday, August 4, 2010, will be held Saturday, August 14, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. Harold Frazier, officiating. Interment will be at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Joyner was born December 18, 1947, in Tampa, FL. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Joshua Joyner, Sr. and Ethel Davis Lowe; and brother, Joshua Joyner, Jr. He leaves to cherish his memory: children, Lawanda Richardson (Ron), David Joyner (Toyka), Jennifer Patterson (Timothy), Antonio Joyner, Marlon Joyne r and Danderia Sanders Joyner; grandchildren, James, Rassiniqua, Jared, Leonard, Lenqwanda, Joshua, Delonica, David, III, Davonty, Dion, Davion, Davarcus, Ikeeya, Andre', Keon, Khaieka, Kaiisa, _Antonique, Antonio, Jr., Acura, Ashley, Dontavious, Marlon, Breanna, Zakia, Zariah and Zaniyah; 10 great grandchildren; brothers, Samuel Joyner (Martha), Lawrence Joyner (Carolyn) and Arthur Pride; sisters, Alberta (Betty) Miller and Joyce Johnson; uncle, Allen Davis; nieces, Twila Murray, Valerie Brown, Concetta Cobb (Demetrius), Twanda Carter (Reggie), Misty Foster, Lauretta Gonzales Joyner, Lakeisha Joyner and Kesha Goshea; nephews, Walter Johnson, Jr. and Adrian Joyner (Candace); cousins, Ralph Joyner (Martha), Cynthia Joyner and Rachel Joyner, Pearl Walker and the Davis, Lillie and Joyner families; special friends, Jenny Moore, Lavonne Gaynor, Earnestine Frazier, Willie White (Motor), Paul Moore and Deacon Frank Floyd; and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, August 13, 2010, from sSp.m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS.BETIY JANE PELT Funeral services for Ms. Betty Jane Pelt of Bronson, FL, who passed away on August 3 2010, will be held on Saturday, August 14 2010, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Her youngest son, Devin Pelt, is the eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Betty was born March 22, 1938, in Greensboro, FL She later moved to South Florida where she met and married her husband, Warren Pelt. They settled in Tampa, in the early 6os. She was a Christian, a devoted wife and mother Qf 12 children. She was preceded in death by: her former husband, Warren Pelt; daughter, Christine Pelt; parents, Johnny and Charlotte Jones; and brothers, Raymond and Kasey Jones. She leaves to cherish her precious memories : eleven children, Halsey Pelt (Assiran), Edd Lee Pelt, Charlotte J. Pelt (Alfred Wtlliams), Ada Mae Pelt-Washington (Nathaniel), Equilla Weaver, Clarksville, TN, Betty Sue Turner (Coley), Betty Warren Smith (Curtis), Paul Pelt, Millie Pelt-Hills (Latrius), Warren Pelt, Jr., and Devin Pelt (Charmaine), Tucson, AZ; grandchildren, Minyon Wtlliams, Felnicia WilliamsMosley (Willie), Shenque Smith, Curtis Smith, II (Dawn), Crystal Smith, Kevin R. Sage, China, Atrayal Brown, Bianca Brown, Jamila Weaver, Clarksville, TN, Ernest Weaver, II, Clarksville, TN, Alexsia Burks, Alecia Martin (Ryan) Hinesville, GA, Christina, Travis, Zavous Washington, Gainesville, FL, Ashira, Tyrell and Jerome; great grandchildren, Isayah David-Warren and Zaniyah, Jamaal, and Tabj Imari, and Jada, Charayal (Nino), Mijah, Quintin, Diavion, Serenity, Renae, Nicholas Warren, Christina, and Ernest, II, and Isla; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home, Friday, August 13, 2010, from 58 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5U7 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOND ANDERSON L .F. D 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation
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.. .--. .. MRS. ARDERSEE BROWN Mrs. Ardersee Brown of 1102 Nassau Street, passed away VVednesday,August4,2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, August 14, 2010, at 11 a. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 East 25th Avenue, with Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Ardersee Brown was a native of Archer, FL, and a resident of Tampa for 68 years. She was a member of St. John Cathedral, Golden Angels and Mt. Pleasant Chapter #71 of Eastern Star. She was employed as a seamstress at Tropical Garments for 41 years. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Elex Brown and Mamie Chappell; her husband, VVillie Brown; and all of her siblings. She leaves to cherish her memory: 3 nieces, Rosa Bell Jones of Savannah, GA, Mildred Miles and Bernice VVatkins both ofTampa; family members of the Brown, Clark, Cook, Chappell, Dinkins, Green, Hunt, Hawkins, Jones, Jolliff, Johnson, Jackson, Miles, McCrary, McDonald, Murcell, Maddox, Oliver, Price, Prioleau, Perry, Randolph, Robinson, Rollins, Roberts, Rutledge,Scott,Subbs,Spann, Watkins, and VVilliams families; a host of nephews, nieces, grand nephews, grand nieces, great grand nephews, greatgrand nieces, cousins, godsons, and goddaughters; her devoted neighbor and dear friend, Queen Gaskin; her Christian family and friends and countless others blessed to meet her acquaintance. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, August 13 2010, at Ray VVilliams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Family and friends will assemble at St. John Cathedral at 10:45 a.m. Saturday, August 14 2010. Arrangements entrusted to RAY VVILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. IN MEMORIAM YOLANDA GADIS We love and miss you! Love, your chJldren and grandchildren. SSGT Ruben Cliatt of Tampa, passed away Thursday,August5,2010. Homegoing services will be held on Saturday, August 14, 2010, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, 4025 West Palmetto Street, with Rev. Anthony Greene, pastor, officiating. Interment will be at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Mr. Cliatt was a native of Cotton, Alabama, and relocated to Tampa in 1957. He attended schools in Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Howard VV. Blake, class of 1971. He began working for Ford Motor Company prior to graduating and then entered the United States Army in 1972. Mr. Cliatt retired from the Army in 1992 as SSGT. After retiring from the Army, he began working with the United States Postal Service where he reti.red in 2009. He was also a Master Mason. He was preceded in death by a brother, Mr. Willie Cliatt. He leaves to cherish fond memories: 3 children, Ruben S. Cliatt (Jennifer), Misha Fox (Edwin) and Marquilas Cliatt (Frank); 7 grandchildren, Dadeon Lee, Trayel Weston, Lisa M Cliatt, Edwin Fox, Aaleya Green Fox, Keith Jones and Mark S. Jones; a loving and devoted mother, Mattie Bell Cliatt; a brother, Adelbert Cliatt; 3 sisters, Carolyn Wiliams, Marilyn Cliatt and Charlotte Mangual (friend, Leo Williams); 3 aunts, Mildred Johnson of Tampa, Barbara Brown of Phoenix City, AL, and Christine Ringewater of Columbus, GA; 5 uncles, Rev. Lenwood Cliatt (Naomi) of Tampa, Willie "Buster" Cliatt (Dorothy) of Tampa, Roy Cliatt (Ethelene) of Phoenix City AL, Mckinley Cliatt (Peggy) of Phoenix City, AL and Willie Cliatt (Vera) of Columbus, GA ; 5 nephews, Edward L. Grooms, Jr., Marvin B. Grooms, Charles E. Williams, Jr., Calvin Williams and Rick Cliatt; 3 nieces, Tiara Wilson, Anisa Cliatt and Kenyetta Cliatt; along with a host of sorrowing relatives which includes great nephews, great nieces, cousins and extended relatives in Alabama, Tampa and other cities throughout the United States; devoted cousin, whom he considered a sister, Ms. Sharon Holmes; a host of devoted friends to include Stacy Mackabee, Donald "Sarge" Lovette, Robert Taylor, co-workers of the U. S. Postal Service and Bradley B. Burford of the United States Army. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, August 13, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Family and friends are asked to meet nt Ray Williams Funeral Home at 10:15 a. m. for processional to tbeChurch. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MS. ALICIA MERCEDES ESCALANTE Ms. Alicia Mercedes Escalante of Tampa, passed away Sunday,August8,2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, August 14, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Ray VVilliams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Father Hugh Chikawe, Pastor of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Alicia Mercedes Escalante was born in Key VVest, FL, on January 6, 1921 to the late Ambrose and Tomasa Sofia Escalante. She was a re-sident of Tampa, for over 50 years, a 1941 graduate of Middleton Sr. High School and attended Florida Normal and Industrial Institute, Jacksonville, FL. She was a retired employee of Hillsborough County. Alicia Mercedes Escalante was a member of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. On August 8 2010, Alicia M. Escalante answered the call of her Heavenly Father. She was preceded in death b y : her parents; a brother, Ol e gario Antonio Escalante; a granddaughter, Latanza VVilliams ; and a nephew, George Escalante. Alicia leaves to cherish her memories: daughter, Anita Regina Chatman of Tampa; 3 sons, Percy Williams, m (Mary) of Apollo Beach, FL, Rudolph VVilliams (Diane), and Martin (Mickey ) Pope (Jennifer) of Tampa; 15 grandchildren, Percy VVilliams, IV (LaTonya) of Gilbert, Arizona, Percy S. VVilliams (Fabiana) of Vicenza, Italy, Trevor \Villiams of Apollo Beach FL, Leroy Chatman, II (Rasheedah), Sofia Cowart, Tina Griffin, Tasha Ratliff (Rocky), Veronica Wtlliams, Alicia Trottman (Kwame) Cynthia Barnes (Kirk) Julia Wtlliams Yvette Pope, Rudina Williams Elijah Roomes and Martin C. Pope all of Tampa 29 great grandchildren 6 nephews, Antonio Escalante (Virginia) VVillie Ambro e Escalante (Joy), and Rickey Escalante (Mary VVilliams) all of Tampa. Frank Escalante (Rita) of Mitchellville, Maryland, Roosevelt Escalante (Gloria) of Apollo Beach, FL, and Joseph Escalante (Tanya) of Orlando, FL; great and great-great nieces and nephews; close family friends, the Cambridge family, the Solomon family, and the Holley family; and a host of other loving relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. on Friday, August 13 2010, at Ray VVillia.ms Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY VVILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MRS. SHIRLEY WILLIAMS Mrs. Shirley VVilliams of 2813 Seagrave Court, Tampa, passed away Sunday, August 8, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, August 14, 2010, at 3 p. m. at New Bethel Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 3011 East North Bay Street, with Reverend Reginal VVebb, Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. VVilliams the daughter of the late Ruby Dugar and Thomas Ramson, Sr., was born on June 6 1940. She was a native of Florida and a resident of Tampa for 6o years. After graduating from Middleton High School, she married Fred VValler, and their union lasted many years. She was a member of New Bethel Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. Mrs. VVilliams retired from both the James A. HaleyV. A. Hospital, where she worked as a CNA and the Hillsborough County School District. She was preceded in death by: her loving mother, Ruby Dugar; father, Thomas Ramson, Sr.; and stepfather, Arthur Dugar; sister, Betty Ramson Albury; brother, Thomas Ramson, Jr.; and nephew, Bernard Albury. She leaves to cherish her memory: 2 daughters, Linda Everett (Clyde) and Tracie Nicholson, all of Tampa; a son, Edward Earl Finley of Tampa; 7 grandchildren, Ebony Sanderson (fiance, Antinorris Richards), Marquise Hammond, Javonte Clark, Trakeria Nicholson, Ashton Finley, Ja'Nyia Gay and Javon Gay, all ofTampa;greatgrandchildren, Lindricia Sanderson, Brianeshia Bebley, Marquise Hammond Jr., Mario Hammond and Mercedes Hammond, all of Tampa; sisters Delores Patterson Cynthia Clark and Ruby VVilson all ofTampa, a brother, Charlie Dugar of Tampa; 2 aunts, Anna VVilson and Clarabell Ramson of Tampa; nieces and nephews, Wanda McCloud, Leo Albury, Sabrina Patterson, Michelle Green, Leonard Cl.ark Demetria Wtlson, Arthur Clark, Betty Thomas and Andrew, Ameir Wtlson, Lauren Brown Phillip Brown and Tihera Dugar; 17 great nieces and great nephews; devoted friends, Mary Johnson, Jessie Jones, Maxine Cogman, Pauline Thomas, Virginia Robinson and Diana Poole. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, August 13 2010, at Ray VVilliams Funeral Home, 301N. HowardAvenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY VVILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. CRISIS F UNERAL PR(CES JOliN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES lfAiwoN LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 MR. VINSON NATHANIEL ARNOLD A celebration of life service will be held at St. Peter's Episcopal Cathedral on Saturday, August 14, 2010, at 1 p. m. for Mr. Vinson Nathaniel (Bicky) Arnold, who wished to be known as a happy go lucky, helpful person, and who passed in peace at home on August 6, 2010. Dean Stephen Morris will officiate. )> c: c: en "'i ..... ,SIJ 1\) 0 ..... 0 Mr. Arnold graduated from Middleton High School in Tampa and was a "four letter I man" in band, football, basket-0 ball and baseball. He loved ll music, and played the coronet C and trumpet. He enjoyed ten-)> nis, bowling and reading. en Mr. Arnold enlisted in the m Air Force and served his coun-Z try in the Korean Conflict dur-::::f ing which he received many z commendations. His sense of m adventure and duty led to resi-dences in many cities, such as: IJJ East Orange and Newark, New C: Jersey; Oberlin, Elyria and I Mentor, Ohio; and Philadel-I phia, Peno.sylvania before re-turning to St. Petersburg, z Florida. Mr. Arnold enrolled in the "'tJ New Jersey Institute of Tech-C: nology (formerly NCE) and IJJ earned a diploma and title of !: Associate Engineer (1960), and en a Bachelor of Science in Chern-::::1: ical Engineering (1963). Mr. Arnold earned a Master' s Degree in Education from Temple University in Philadelphia (1995). Mr. Arnold was one of the first African-Americans em-. ployed as a research and development scientist by the B. F. Goodrich Company, where he developed patented processes and products. His 30 plus year career as a Chemical Engineer included positions with the Lubrizol Corporation and Harshaw-Filtrol in Ohio. Young people were a central theme in his life. Mr. Arnold was known as a community development activist through his presidency of the NAACP of Lorain County, Ohio; for developing collaborations between local youth and college students; by volunteering with Junior Achievement, Science Days at Elyria Catholic and Elyria High School. Mr. Arnold tutored and mentored youth in the preparation for the PSAT and the SAT. This program became the TransSessions and Project Excellence at Oberlin College. Mr. Arnold was active in Christ Episcopal Church of Oberlin. He was a member of the Vestry, a Deacon, a layreader and a Sunday School Teacher. His marriage to Anita Pernell-Arnold was consecrated at this church by the Right Rev. Peter Beebe. Mr. Arnolds passion for educating youth led him to teach science to l1igh school students at Sinton Gratz High School in Philadelphi. 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0 Memoriams/Cards of Thanks !Continued from page 21AI HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN LOVING MEMORY WORD OF THANKS en ::> ;:::) <( <( c a: LL. c a: LL. c z <( c en w ;:::) > a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ;:::) D. z i= w _, _, ;:::) m ...:. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 _, LL. knowledge you know to get, to get the knowledge you do not know." He earned high praise from both students and colleagues for his loving suppo1t and dedication. Mr. Arnold was deeply loved by family. He spent many hours counseling and inspiring harmony and achievement. Mr. Arnold was preceded in death by: his parents, Vincent Arnold and Irene Kelly Arnold; sister, Gladys Hayes; and brother, Robert Arnold. He is survived by: his wife of 34 years, Anita Pernell-Arnold; three daughters, Mercia Arnold, Regina Mullen and Christina Arnold from his previous marriage; grandchildren, Cottia, William and ChristinaAaliyah; his brother, Cambell Gonzalez and his wife, Juanita and their children, Amy, Anita, John and their families. He will be mourned by his family, students and many friends. The family wishes for donations to be given to Ebony Scholars Academic Club, Post Office Box 11431, St. Petersburg, FL 33733 Flowers may be sent to St. Peter's Episcopal Cathedral. Orange Blossoms Caterers "Please send your comments and well-wishes to celebrate@yinsonamoldmemorial.com" MOMMY ELLEN (MS. J) DUHART August 13, 1931 -February 20, 2008 Jesus, He knows what best to grant us; all the longing hopes that haunt us, joy and sorrow, have their days. We shall doubt His wisdom never; as God wills, so be it ever. Mom, it's been two year since you've been gone and you are still in our thoughts and in our hearts. We miss you so much. Love, your children, family and friends. IN MEMORIAM in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij.net JOSEPH AYDELOTTE, SR. 6/23/29 -8/2/2000 JAMES 'WOLF' FLOWERS t/26/48-8/14/09 It's been a year since God called you home to be with Him. We loved you, but God loves you best. We will forever hold you in our hearts until we are together again. Sadly missed by your loving family, wife, daughter, sons, sister and grandchildren. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DORIS AYDELOTTE 8/17/36-7/10/2008 SYLVESTER: BURGESS r The family of the late Sylvester Burgess would like to express its thanks to all who showered us with acts of kindness during the illness and slibsequent passing of our loved one. We are sure your acts will not go unrewarded. We wait with great anticipation our heavenly reunion. God bless. The family. I N MEMORIAM JAMES AYDEL01TE 11/30/54-.8/15/1978 Sadly missed by: Joseph, Jr., Aaron and John (Christina) Aydelotte, Deborah (James, Sr.) Dennard, Claretha Christopher, Christine Kinsey, Mary Jane (Alphonso) Adams; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. f I iruli.notjUst our yoore our boss. \\t_doo't !OOe of who working for. __ one we answer to. .... 3 arrnngefun.ern1s, we don't sell them. _. It respQnsibility to honor your wishes and .' respect your budget. 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a pan of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is imponant to you, and you don t deserve to be rushed FUNER.AL HOME ml N. 29th St Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 wvm.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne L Bright Manager CARD OF. THANKS MRS. MARY SMITH RANCE JENKINS We, the family of Mrs. Mary Smith Rance Jenkins, who passed away July 9, 2010, would like to express our sincere thanks and heartfelt gratitude to our many friends and family for the many acts of kindness shown to us during our time of bereavement. We would like to extend a special thanks to: Elder Marc A. McAffee and the members of Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Beverly J-l, Lane and the members of Bethel AME Church, Rev. Osca. r Johnson, Jr. and Ray Williams Funeral Home for their professionalism and esteemed courtesy during the homecoming services. The Rance and Smith fam-ily. . THANK YOU HARDRICK E. GAY Love and caring wet-e evident through the many acts of kindness during our berenve.ment. The prayers, visits, acts of service, food, phone calls, cards, loving words, kind embraces, floral arrangements and memorial donations brought much comfort. Your presence at the wake or funeral mass brought immeasUrable comfort. Only God can measure the depth of our gratitude, which extends beyond mere words. Special thanks to: Father Hugh Chikawe, the Bereavement Ministry, the Council Of Catholic Women, Knights And Ladies Of Peter Claver Council #379, New Horizons Of Men, the choir and all members of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, Progress Village neighbors, fornier co-workers, classmates, family and friends. To my dear beloved Aikens Funeral Home and staff, thanks for being there when needed the most. Blessings always, Barbara Ephrom Gay and family. .,

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Crime Man Arrested On Burglarv, Then Charges Tampa Police report that on July 11, 2010, the residence of Angelo Nuflo in the 1300 block of River Cove was burglarized OCfAVIUS Police said a CRAWFORD laptop com-puter, a bag of CDs and DVDs were stolen. On July 28th police said a woman pawned the laptop computer. She reportedly said she got it from her boyfriend, Octavius Crawford, a few weeks before she pawned it. The victim positively identified the stolen laptop. The stolen DVDs were found in a storage shed at 8011 North 10th Street, police said. Crawford, 32, told police the DVDs were his and he put them back there because he was homeless and did not have a place to keep them. On August 9, 2010, a picture of Crawford was found on the victim's computer with a date/time stamp of July 14th. The picture was taken with the computer's built in cam era, police said Crawford reportedly claimed to have been given the computer 3 days before his girlfriend pawned it. But he could not explain why his picture was in the computer two weeks before it was pawned police said .. Crawford was charged with burglary and grand theft, and is being h e ld in jail on a bond of $9,500. Two PeoPle Arrested On Drug Charges CURTIS ECHOLS And JULIE CUNNINGHAM LARGO On Saturday, Largo Police said the vehicle a man was a passenger in caught the attention of offi cers because of parking and traffic infractions. Police approached the vehi cle improperly parked in a handicapped spot. After reportedly getting consent to search the vehicle, officers found a gram of cocaine under the passenger seat. The pas senger in the vehicle ran but was found hiding in some nearby bushes. Curtis James Echols, 29, was charg e d with po sse ssion of cocaine with intent to s ell, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest without violence. In a separate and unrelat e d incident on Sunday, durin g a traffic stop the sam e two offi cers, found crack cocain e and pain relievers. Julie Cunningham, 38, was charged with obstruction by disguise, driving with a suspended license possession of crack cocaine po s ession of hydrocodone and po session of drug paraphernalia. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ NebraSka Ava. & scon St. e 'i 'f 3 I;:, ,er 5 an 1:'1p'lon: de: o :ra: \%t.ld not he ilJ\Cd SOIC 1 liDO I' c: SCI1'01111 de J' ,., t:: :cnc ,cw .. 11t!cr on quJ or. Jro cncc Couple Charged With Crueltv To Animals TADESHA RUBRIGHT And MATTHEW POOLE On Tuesday, a couple was arrested by Tampa Police after Hillsborough County Animal Services confiscated 19 dogs, 11 cats, a ball python and a hedgehog living in inhumane conditions. Officials said the animals were living in hot, smelly, filthy conditions at a home in Rembrandt Gardens. Tadesha Rubright, 30, and her fiance, Matthew Poole, 30, were charged with several counts of animal cruelty. Animal Services spokesman, Marti Ryan, said they have been in vestigating the couple since March. Rubright and Poole are be ing h e ld in jail with a bond of $24,000 each. Parents, Son Plead Guiltv On Then, Robberv Charges JAMES HARRIS LARGO EVETrE HARRIS ccording to court records, i n 2008, J a m e s Harris, 40, and his wife, Evette 35 helped their JACQUEAL son, Jacqueal, HARRIS 19, in the robbery of a conve nience store. On Tuesday, the couple stood i n court for their trial on rob bery charge Prosecutor told t he coup l e if th y plead guilty to grand theft that would make them convicted felon and con fessing to their role in their son s crime. The coup l e was faci ng possible lif e sentences Prosecutor also told the cou p l e if they plead guilty, they cou ld get out of jail the sam day after pending 19 month i n j ail. Jacqueal Harris pleaded guilty last w eek to the convenience store robbery and receive d a 15-year sentence. He also goes on trial lat er this year in a second-degree murder case, and he has been investi gated as a suspect in another murder. James and Evette Harris were rei ased h aving s rved 19-months in jail since th eir arrest. c Child Hit Bv Strav Bullet During Shooting LAKE LAND Lakeland Police arrested Kary Burch, 34, in connection with a shooting incident KARY on July 18th BURCH at Crystal Park Circle. Police responded to that location after receiving 9-1-1 calls from residents reporting a shooting. Officers arrived and found a vehicle in the road that had been shot sever al times. Witnesses told police there had been an altercation between two groups of men that afternoon. The groups broke up, and later returned to continue the conflict Shots .... Ct.) were fired at a vehicle and the I\) occupants fled. o .... One man, Reginald o Rivers, 54, was shot in the hip and hospitalized. Also, uyear-old Alexis Lewis was shot in the arm by a stray bul-let that traveled through a window of her residence. Several vehicles in the area were damaged by gunfire, and at least two apartments were hit by stray bullets ; On August 1oth, police arrested Burch for possession of a weapon by a convict ed felon. He had been identi fied by a witness who said he was in possession of a rifle. The investigation in this case is still ongoing, and more charges may be filed. 9-Year Old caught In Crossfire And Killed Plavinu Jump Rope r-0 CJ) m z CHICAGO, IL --Violence continues to grip the city of Chicago Tanja Stokes, 9, w as killed and her cousin Ariana Jones, 7, wounded in a shooting on the city' s South Side. Th e two w e re jumping rope outsid e when witnesses say at l e ast two gunmen rode b y on bik e s and riddled the house that th e two girls were playing in front of with bullets. Both little girls were shot in the bead and Jones remains in critical condition. Though family members say they don' t know wb the house was targeted they say th e hoot e rs were well aware that there were children play ing outside. They deliberately aimed. The hot the whole bouse up, says the victim s cousin Charles Ware. IIIIICIIII A photo published in the August 10th edition of the victim of a hit-and-run accident, was not of the actual victim. We apologize to Frederick Johnson and the family o Frederick Mathis for this error. TANJA STOKES AND ARIANA JONES :::1 z m r-1 m c r rm :::1 z "'C c m !: and the need for cooperation among members of the com-m munity. 0 "What I think this under-scores is our absolute need to be committed in partnership with the community, citizens and everyone in Chicago. Essentially what we need to do is turn this anger into mobilized activity where we start to say something. If you m -< -f c m CJ) c )> z c see something, say something. Silence does kill. And in this particular case we need all the help we can get to get these individuals with guns off the -< street. UNCLE SANDY ... 3 ,8,9 11 The Choices Youmake in Life 13,18,21,22, ultimately determine Your Destinr. 30,31,40,50 ''CALL Rl KY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY i (813) 892-8193 Or Email: callrtckywllllams@gmail.com Available 24 HI"S./Day FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS

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0 ..... 0 N ("') ..... c a: LL c z < c CJ) w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w :I: CJ) m ::::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m I ...J w z i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ...J LL Pete visits his neighborhood Family Support and Resource Center (FSRC) to catch up on his computer skills; while grandson Marlon learns plays and builds friendships with other children. Funded in part by the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, FSRCs are warm, inviting places that offer a variety of free services like educational play groups, mentoring, mobile health services, job skills training and much more! Call your local FSRC to learn more then visit the Children's Board online to get a FREE child's admission to the Florida Aquarium ... . Because every child is a Dream Worth Growing. Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing Call or visit the Family Support and Resource Center near you today! Brandon 1277 Kingsway Road Brandon, FL 33510 Phone: 813-740-4634 Central Tampa 1002 E. Palm Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 Phone: 813-204-1741 North Tampa 1401-A E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 Phone: 813-558-1877 Ruskin 20114th Ave. South East Ruskin, FL 33570 Phone: 813-641-5600 Town 'N Country 7520 W. Waters Ave., Ste. #8 Tampa, FL 33615 Phone: 813-356-1703

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FLORIDA SENTINEL . FRIDAY,AUGUST13,2010 B Black And Gold ScholarshiP Ball Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter Tampa Alumni of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated and the Men of Tomorrow Mentoring Program is enjoying one of it s best yea rs ever. The fall of 2009 welcomed the largest incoming class of 25 African-American male students in grades 9 through 12. They participated in pro fessional developm e nt acade mic lectures and workshops to improve o ral and reading comprehension performances. The Men of Tomorrow Mentoring (M. 0. T .) Program i s the fraternity's mentoring initiative for atrisk m a les. This program focuses on educational initiatives in which young m e n receive information and learn s trategies that facilitate s uc cess. In addition this program prep a r es the students in vital areas of lead e r s hip, completing high school, college preparation and effective group interactions. In addition to educational activities, M. 0 T. participants this yea r attended a Tampa Bay Lightning gamei participated in the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade, the March of Dimes March for Babies; and College Tour of the University of South F lorida. This year, the M e n of Jasmine Roberts was honored by the organization as an outstanding student. Keith Harris presents the awa1d. Mrs. Geraldine Twine was presented yellow roses by Black and Gold Scholarship Chairman, Alphonse Stewart in honor of her husband, the late .John Twine. Mrs. Carolyn Watson ulso l'cceivcd roses in hOitOI' of hc1 lute hushand, Fnmk Watson. Tomorrow program has spe cial significance to the Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter si nce the chapter has partnered with th e University Area Community Center to includ e Transitional Foster Care Youth in the program. Former Men of Tomorrow program participants are attending Notre Dame University, Washington University, Florida A & M University, the University of Central Florida, and Florida State University among oth ers Among the six studen t s recognized In 2009, was Bernard (B. K.) Jackson, currentl y a first year Jazz Studi es major at Florida A & M University. The 2010 graduating M 0. T. participants were introduced at the Black and Gold Scholarship Ball. The following high school students received scholarships and were recognized for their significant achieve ments: Jamal Hill, Senior, Tampa Bay Tech, was awarded $1,500 and a personal computer (attending FAMU). Mike Felix, Senior, Tampa Bay Tech, was awarded $1,000 and a personal com puter. Brandon Laurent, Junior, Wharton High School was awarded a perso nal computer for the most improved underclassman. In addition, a special award was presented to a female high school student for her accomplishments in the field of science from Wharton High School. Jasmine Roberts, Junior, Wharton High School, "Young Scientist Award" "Florida State Science Champion" and MVP of the 2010 State Science and Engineering Fair. For more information on the Men of Tomorrow Program, contact Keith Harris, the Chapter Director of Educational Activities at obmo2020@va hoo.com or (813) 352-9114. Dieah Riley was the Mistress of Ceremony. President of the Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter, John \.Varren presents h e r with roses. Chairman Alphonse Stewart is on the right. Honoree Mike Felix is flanked by Justus Roberts and Keith Harris. 71(,.., ;; ..frtu(c,mc S l,f .. ,.(1 ,. .Justus Robc1ts honmcc .Jamul Hilla no Keith Hmris.

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.... (/) Entertainer Pleads For Return 01 Familv Heirloom :::1 (.!) :::1 < BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer >-"' On July 2, 2005, Bcleria Floyd a: and h e r company, Verity Marketing, LL hosted an eve nt at the Jazz Cafe at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI). A special guest at the eve nt was jazz entrepreneur and musi c ian Miles Jaye (real name Miles J. Davis). Durin g the benefit Jaye di sp l aye d a 1958 photo of the lat e Miles Davis, his father Arnold, and him self. A few days after the show, Jaye said that's when he noticed the photo was missing. I consider this an intrusion and in vasion of privacy. That photo is a one-of-a-kind and ca n't b e replaced. The photo injects a lot of m e mori es for my family and those time s are still a topic of discussion with us. Jaye said he blamed himself at first for taking the photo with him. a I've second-guessed myself every a: LL day since this happened. If I hadn't brought it with me, we'd still have it in the family." Ms. Floyd is currently working with Jaye to market his greeting cards, and on the cards is a photo of Jaye holding the photo that was stolen. "My father named me in honor of Miles Davis because he reall y ad mir e d th e man. My dad had a close relationship with John Coltrane and that got him closer to Miles Davis." Anyone who knows the where abouts of the photo is asked to con tact Miles Jaye at milesjaye.com The photo is very precious to us and I promi se whoever took it, we h ave no hard feelings. It is a family heirloom and we really would like to see it returned." ''I' d be happy to print them a copy of the photo, but I'd like the original returned. c z < c (/) w :::1 .... > a: GO OUT & VOTE EARLY STARTING MONDAY, AUGUST 9TH TIRO SATURDAY, AUGUST 21ST. w > w c w ::z::: (/) :::J m :::1 a. z t= w ...J ...J :::1 m ..J w z t= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...J LL * * * * Miles Jaye (real name Miles Davis), right, stands with the late Miles Davis, his namesake. Miles Jaye is holding a photo of his father, Arnold, Miles Davis, and of himself as a child. * * * * ENDORSED BY: Florida Sentinel Bulletin* Tampa Tribune *Tampa Are Rghters #754 *Teamsters Local Union No. 79* Greater Tampa Association of Realtors We are asking you to please vote for our Papa, Lesley "Las" Miller, Hillsborough County Commission, District 3 during Early Voting or on August 24th. He will work, and work, and work to make the future brighter for all of us. m * * * * * * * * * W Lilley lee" Mlllw Clndldall for Hllleborough COUnty Commlellioner Olalrlct 3, Dlmocrlt CJ Polltloll adwlltllement paid for and apprond br Lilley "lea" MUier, Cllldldall for Hillaborough tountr Di1trtot 3, Dlmacrat f.

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MOTHER GOLDIE GARNETT On July 25, 2010, the com munity of Wimauma cele brated Mother Goldie Garnett's 102nd birthday. However, a recent discovery of the family's Bible stated Mother Goldie is actually 104. The family, friends and members of the First Prospect MB Church, where Rev. Harris is the pastor gathered for this grand occasion. The pas tor stated that the 4th Sunda y in July from now on will be Ma Goldie s Day Ma Goldie has been a faith ful member for 75 plus yea rs at First Prospect. Goldie Hansley Garnett i s well known in the community as "Ma" Goldie, where she has lived a fruitful life. She enjoys sitting on her porch watching her neighbors pass by. She is a very humble and peaceful per son, saying very little but when she does speak, it can be taken as the gospel. Her favorite scripture is Deuteronomy 6:5, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your strength. Her favorite song is, Get Right Church ... And Let's Go Home. During "Ma" Goldie's life time, she has lived through and witnessed great mile stones in our Nation's History and her life represents important pieces of the American History. She raised many chil dren, and has managed to pass on to her children 's grandchildren and the community the love of the Lord. Many have fond memories of Mother Goldie as being a sweet, loving and kind Mother and grandmother who kept each and e very child in lin e with stern discipline or the ole pine switch. The saying it takes a village to raise a child -Mother Goldie was a on e woman village, who did not mind raising a child. Growing up with Mother Goldie/grandmother was a wonderful experience that the community of Wimauma will cherish forever. Love you Mother Goldie, the Aliens, Berriens, Jimmy Brown and family, Garnetts and Lundys fam ily. THE LOVELY BRIDGETTE WELCH AndP-NUT THE LOVELY BRIDGETTE WELCH AndP-NUT Happy belated, Ms. Welch. God bless you 'Binhdav Wishes' LILTRAB August 9th I'll never let y ou down. I'm going to shine on site. From the family. See y ou soon BILL And CHARLOTTE Missing you more each day. You re not physically here but mentally you will alwa ys be with us. Enjoy your day. 8-11. CONNIE BOONE 8-11-10 From your husband, Alphonso, and your son Jeremiah. BANAE 'BJ' HARRIS August 16th Happy 13th birthday to my #1 devil. Love always, mom Renee, brother, Alijah, Grandma Joyce, AI, AJ, and the rest of th e fam POPPIAnd POPPIWIFEY Happy birthday Baby. .. MRS. THOMAS Happy birthday to our mommy who will be turning a year older and wiser. This is your day mommy so enjoy it. Love, your kids. MRS. And MR. THOMAS Happy birthday to my lovel y wife. Bae remember what God has put together let no man tear apart. Enjoy your day. Love always your husband. tfla.. 4tlt ofiUlUD.i "of JJaiJ. of d'ampe"lnf. rftealtl.. ofwaW&&U October 2, 2010-8:30am to 3:00pm-.. University Area Community Center Complex (UACCC} Registration is required. Seating is /fmitedl WorkshoPS Include: Screenings 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) 3078015 Ext. 3502 or VIsit us at www hlllscoyntvhealth.org DEADLINE: September 22, 2010 Special Gift to first 1 SO women who. register FLORIDA DEPAIO'MENT OF HEAlTH HllUIOIOUGH COUNI"V \UAl'llllm\lllfWNJ

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All About You! N M' "'"" t-Haoov Anniversarv en :::::) CJ :::::) < > w c w ::r: en ::i Ill ,:::::) a.. z i= w -II _, :::::) Ill ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 _, LL Ill w CJ c( a.. BILL, SR., MS. FANNIE And BILL, JR. No m atter the distance, real love will reach. BU And BU-JACK The y say -good things don t last forever, but I say when it's meant nothing can stop or overtake the love that two people have fpr one another. The love we have is unbeara ble and we 're head ov e r heels about each other. So on this special day I would like to wish us a happy anniver s ary I lo v e y ou Bae. Love alwa y s Bu-J ack. BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9 :30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .. .. 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. '------.311.,1.1,1...l.;......__, BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." JANAE' ELIZABETH THOMAS Florida State Graduate Congratulations to J anae' Elizabeth Thomas for graduating from Florida State University on August 7th. Janae' graduated magna cum laude (min. 3-7 GPA) while earning Bachelor Degrees in Finance, Real Estate and Insurance/Loss Prevention She is a member of New Greater Friendship Baptist where Reverend Madison Murray is the pastor. She is the daughter of Fred and Cheryl Thomas and the granddaughter of Elizabeth Kendrick and Ineko Thomas. Janae' is a 2007 graduate ofTampa Bay Technical High School. She will begin law school at the University of Florida in the fall Celebrating 1st Anniversarv GET OUT& VOTE EARlY STARTING MONDAY, JOHN And KA W ANIS FOULK W e are c e lebrating our 1st annive rsary on August 15, 2010. Ma y God continue to ble s s us today and many more. St Mark Mssionary Baptist Cluch 7221 s Shenill Street Port Tampa, Florida 33616 (813) .839-5263 Building On A Firm Foundation* Sunday School 9-.30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship -11k55 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible S1udy -6:30 P.M. Tran rtation SeNices Available NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Early Moming Worship7 :55A. M Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A. M Morning Worship-10:55 A M Wed., Family N ight7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minist FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. Tampa, Fl 33610 (813) 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7 :50a.m. Sunday School 9:45a.m Morning Worship 10 : 50 a .m TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Serv1ce 6 :30 p m L1fe Ennchment Un1vcrs1ty Visi t our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@fboch.org I AUGUST 9TH THRU SATURDAY, AUGUST .21ST. P O Box 290415 Tsnpa FL33687 (813)784-1021 Feed_OIM'Chlcten.org Morning Worsh-ip 11:00 A.M. . YPWW-6 :00P. M Evening Worship 7 :00P. M

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Your past is not necessari-Forget It And Move On There are many people who strive daily to be suc cessful. It does not matter what the situation is, what walk of life a person comes from, or their past, people want to be successful. I have not encountered anyone who said his or her life s goal is to be a failure. As we shall see from this week' s lesson in Philippians 3:4b-16 Paul writes to let the people know that his success is not in his flesh and neither is it without some failures and sacrifices. Today we must realize that we must reexamine our plans for suc cess. What we think will Pastor Early Morn ing Worship -8 A.M. Sunday School-9:30A. M Morning Worship -10:50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed 7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED m a ke us successful may not be the way God intends. We must also realize tha t our success may require let ting some things go. Paul addresses success from looking at what he has accomplished in the flesh. He says that if anyone should have confidence in the flesh it is him (Phil. 3:4). He has all the birthright, all the education all the connections and all the experience that qualifies him as the person most like ly to succeed. There are many people who believe they have what it takes to be successful in all they do. Some believe NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 Pastor Weekly Activit i es Sunday Church School 9 : 3 0 A M Morning Worshi p 10:45 A M Bible Class 4 : 30P. M Evening Worshi p 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 P MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. T. Klrtdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@ Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T .U.) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IORIIO.AIID, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org that because of their parents, their education, and where they grew up they will be successful. The converse is true; many think they will not be successful because of their parents, their education, and because of where they grew up. Paul warns them n o t to put confidence in the flesh Do not fool y ourself or limit y our future because of what you think you have or do not have in this life of flesh. This is not to say that these things cannot help you. They can! The problem is when you put your confidence and trust in GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a. m Morning Worship-11 a .m Evening Worship -5 p .m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAP11ST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress BMI. Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office: (813)677-1948 Pastor s Office : (813) 672 0389 Academy Office: (813) 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E -Mall: fboopv@ tampabay .rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30A.M & 10:55 A M 4:JI; IIJiiiUJif. Sunday 9 : 45A.M & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 A.M. Adult Wedne&day 7 P M Youth/ Children 7 :30 P.M. A Satalle Campus For Faih Bible lnsti!IAe Growng The Chuoh For Global Change (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes 1 :8) them .and not in God. Paul says that he had to give up these things because they could not bring him closer to Christ. He lets it be known that he had accomplished a lot, but God was not glorified. He had been properly trained and educated but it was not helping him grow closer to God. Paul realized that it was not going to be his past that helped him, but it was his faith in Christ and the power of God. His righteousness and success was not going to be from his own flesh but rather from God. With all that he had, he still realized that he had not yet arrived (vs. 12). Paul knew that he still had work to be done in his life. He knew that he had not become successful in the things of God. To help him reach God s level of perfection and success he had to let some things go. He said, I forget those things which are behind and reach forward to those things which are aheadi (vs. 13). HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 ..... j 6 ..... REV. DELORES JAMES CAlli, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00 P.ll. ly a predictor of your future. > What counts about your S past is, have you established a relationship with God. If -4 you are going to reach the goal God has for you, you N must not allow the memo-g ries of the past to stop you. 0 You must not permit your education status, your family upbringing, or your lifestyle to hinder you from pressing forward. Paul persecuted the chur.ch in the name of right. There are some who have been the ones persecuted and hurt. If you are going to press on, move forward and obtain what God has for you, then you will have to forget those things that are behind you. This section concludes with Paul saying as many of us as are mature, have this mind (vs. 15). We must all have the mind that we press 5 toward the goal for the prize in Christ Jesus. It is not about our past, but it is en about our future. Your future prize in Christ is ::! greater than the past SJIC-cesses in yorir flesh. r;-m c: r r m New Testamenta a. Cluch Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa FL 33592 986-3971 6 10-1252 Weekly Services : Sunday School 9 : 30A.M Sun Morning Worship *11 A .M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers 1 can Do AH Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. PhH. 4 :13 ::! z c: m r c;; ::::1: m c m < m ::D -< -4 c: m en c > z c c ST. MAmtEW M. B.-CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: Www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A M Sunday School 9 :30 a m Morning Worship 11 a m Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible WSd 7 : 30 -8 :30 p m. Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8 : 30 9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 -8 :30 p .m. Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10a. m Youth Bible Institute 12-4 p .m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 1 1 p .ni. REV., W. D. s, Pastor

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op------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Local ..... len (.!) <( ladies Auxiliarv Awards luncheon The L a dies Auxiliary of the Florida Morticians Association held its Awards Luncheon at the Tampa Marriott Westshore during the annual convention. Mrs. c Charlotta Sabb, Chairperson, Executiv e Board, pres id ed. a: Oth ers on the progr a m were: Valerie Kitchen, Parrie Link, Ciara Wilson, Diane Chase, Chanel Rigby, Mrs. C. W. Wilson, Lillian Longs, Beverly LL Postell, Carolyn Battle, Jogina Jones, Emma Kurtz, Jacquelyn Townes, Carol Graham, Rev. Henry Postell (President, FMA, Inc.) and Timothy c a: LL. c z <( Kitchen. (Photography by Brunson) en Door prizes and hat raffle participants : Jogina Jones, Kathleen Richardson and Emma Kurtz. 1-> a: w > w c W J: en :J m ::l ll. z t= w ...J ...J m ...:. w z t= z w en C a: 0 ...J LL. THE HOLY GHOST CHURCH OF GOO PURCHASED WITH HIS BLOOD, IN.C. 3613 N. 23rd St. TamP,a F L 33605 (813) 247 3055 Church (813) 61J-4600 Cellu l a r Email : bishopandrews @ l ive.com SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M Mom ing Service -11 :30 A M E v eni ng Service-7:30 P. M Bible Study Tuesday Evening Bible Band 7:30 P M Thursday Evening YPWW 7 :30 P. M 1st And 3 r d Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry 7:30 P M. 'rHE EMII.LlSSY INTEitN.Ll'I,UtN.LliJ "'''ransfonn'"tl Porenna( into Performance W ith Us Sunday Morning 11:00 A.M. At The Crowne.Piaza Hotel 10221 Princess Palm Ave. Tampa, .FL 33610 Call VICTORY, UNITED AMERICAN FREE Will BAPTIST CHURCH, INC. 7504 Causeway Blvd.** Tampa, FL 33619 813.622.6815 SERVICE TIMES 10:00 A. M -Sunday School 11:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Service 7:30 P. M -Friday Night Prayer Bible Study UIRISS JAMIE S. OVUS1110, Ed.S. Pastor/Teacher/Evangelist C : 813.323.5695 "A Growing Giving Church Reaching Lost Souls For Christ" Sister Debra 0 on Yao -Trustee Chair Curtiss Wilson presented the awards to the adult honorees. Local funeral home director, Jeffery Rhodes of Ray Williams Funeral Home. NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 912 East Fai rbanks .. Tampa 33612 .. Comer Of 9th And Fairbanks 245 Sunday School 9:30 A. M Momfng Worship -11 A M. Wednesday Prayer Service 7-7:30P.M. Bfble Study 7:30-8 :30 P.M. New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc .. Kingdom Life ELDER D. R. COSTON, Pastor (813) 425-5299 7402 N. 56th St, Bldg 700, Ste. 790 Tampa, FL 33617 Vacation Bible School Aug. 11 --15,6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Worship Sunday, 12 p.m. Men's Ministry ---Tues., 7 p.m. Women's Ministry -Wed., 7 p .m. askOnhcwc.org http://www.nhcwc.org The "Woman of the Year," Irene Novellar Nelson Holden, right, with the bouquet of roses she received. Her son, Lee Evans is on the left. IAP1IST CIIICI 121li.,...._St. T-.R.IH12 (811J 229-1198 1er1111 Werslll PriJir semce, TlesdQ ___ .._. Blbll ShldV, TUISIIIJ, __ llble SIIIIJ. TUISIIIV------1 C. II AI= 1'lnlllll Cllrlsl Wlllcll ... nl-t:A JOHISOI.JI. PISIIriTIICIItr ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tarnpa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Sunday: Bishop Eddie Newkit, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8:00 A M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ OrientatiOn 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30 P. M Free Tutorial 6 :45 P. M. Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach M inistry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE fEWIIRK Aid PASTOR AUDREY IEWIORK

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Gospel At Gassen's Gvros And Seafood )> c: C) c: CJ) In addition to adding soul food to its menu, Gassett's Gyros and Seafood Restaurant has also added gospel performances. On a recent Sunday, The Spiritual Wonders was the invited g u est performers. They provided the latest in gospel music while diners enjoyed the sumptuous soul food items. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Left, Clarence Bell with owners, Peggy and Sidney Gassett. Earl Mosely, center, and the Spiritual Wonders. Cathy Henry enjoyed the gospel music. Ms. Marie Mosely at the Gospel Soul Food Sunday at Gassett's Gyros Seafood Restaurant. Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott & Lady Marva Scott ond the 34th Street Church of God Present FAMIL rHEYEAR oF THE BREAKTHROUGH AUGUST 11-15 2010 Register Today. Thirty-Fourth Street Church of God 3000 North 34th Street Tampa, FL33605 813-248-6548 www.34thstreettog.org Ed Henry, lead singer of the Spiritual Wonders. r-0 c )> CJ) IVORY GADSON Chandra at the gospel pro-gram. ::::! z m r-r--N __ e_w_H_a_r_m_o_n_y---=-M----.-a=--. --=c,--h_u_r_c ___ h__, NEW LOCATION : 2811 N. 17th St. Tampa 33605 Phone For A Ride (813) 531-4799 !!l 3 P.M. NEW BRIGHT AND STAR M. B. 1805 N. Albany Tampa, FL33607 Rev. John Elderidge, Pastor Guests: Full Gospel, Spiritual Dancers, O'Halo Gospel Singers, Traveling Stars, Jehovah Praise, All Of Tampa. Special Guests: Jay Carter, Spiritual Dancer, Vision Of Harmony, Tampa Southern Echoes, Miami Rev. And The Disciples, Tampa SISTER KATHY HENRY -Mistress Of Ceremony .... z C) m ..\ ECHOES I ......, I

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0 Local ('t) ..-1-(/) :::> (!J :::> < Event Planned To Unite Area Barbers, Stvlists Free Technolouv Training onered c a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On August 15th from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m., an event has been planned with hopes of uniting area barbers and styl ists. The event will feature "A Taste Of Heaven/New Orleans Cuisine," at 11665 Country Way Boulevard. Hosted and sponsored by Xotics Products and Grind Unit, barb ers and stylists will be meeting in a n etwork soci a l to discuss how they can get involved in comm u nity projects Local barber, Hollywood (Henry Thomas), said th ey want to see what th ey can do. "There are a l ot of us out here, and we have felt for a C lon g time we n eeded to s t ep a: up and see what we could LL 0 offer the community that's z responsible for keeping us in < business. Hollywood invites all C haircare professionals to f3 come out and network with :::> the hottest barbers and stylI-ists in the area ij: "Bring your business cards w > products, models photos or W whatever you have to share ffi or offer or that you think are :::z::: (/) ::; m :::> HOLLYWOOD unique We want you to sha r e thos e thing s with ot h er barbe rs/st ylists or distribu tors. " W e f ee l w e ca n b e more effec tiv e if w e s tart co mmunicating with each othe r a nd unite on projects of int e r est. We welcome anyone and everyone who wants to market in/out and around the hair care industry Hollywood said they expec t product distributors, photographers, web de sig ners, insurance agents, and other profes s ional s to attend For more information about this event, contact Hollywood at (813) 389-9994 Workforce Florida, Inc., is encouraging Floridians to take advantage of nearly 14,000 free Microsoft vouchers. The vouchers are good for online technology training and certification being offered through the Microsoft Elevate America program. Workforce Florida entered into a partnership with Microsoft in May to launch the Elevate America in Florida program. The state s 24 Regional Workforce Boards have distributed more than 26,ooo of 40,000 vouchers to Floridians for training and certifications in Microsoft Office Suite courses that include Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and other programs. The Florida Elevate America vouchers will be issued until August 21st, or while supplies last. All vouchers much be activated by August 21. Training vouchers are good for 12 months after the date of activation. Those interested in participating in the program can access training vouchers, including E-Learning Parkinson's Suppon Group To Hold Luncheon The Tampa Area Parkinson's Support Group is having a luncheon this month at 12 noon on August 18, at the Church of the Nazarene on Himes Avenue (between Sligh and Hillsborough), with sandwiches provided as well as some delicious potluck dish es by members. If you or a family member have Parkinson s, this would be a good time to socialize with those who will soon become a second family For information, call Publicity Person, Adele Ida Walter (813) 932-6902 or Club President Judy Shaw (813) 931-1235 There are no dues, just a lot of help and information and support. NOTICE OF POLLING SITE CHANGES Earl Lennard ElECTIONS 2010 Primary Election August 24, 2010 HIU.S80ROUGH COUNTY z t= w ...J ...J :::> m Earl Lennard, Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections announces the following Polling Site changes for the Primary Election on Tuesday, ...:. w z t= z W (/) a: 0 ...J LL m I co w (!J August 24, 2010. Precinct Old Poll! .. Site ,._ Polllfll Site New Address 103 Monroe Middle School Port Tampa Community Center 4702 W McCoy Street, Tampa, Fl 33616 139 USS Tampa Post No 5 American legion Christ the Kl1141 Catholic Church 821 S Dale Ma_bryHwy, Tampa, FL 33609 147 Fellowship Masonic Lodge 265 Greater Tampa Assodatlon of Realtors 2918 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, Fl 33609 160 Arst United Methodist Church Downtown Tampa First Baptist 01urch of Tampa 302 W Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Fl 33606 161 First United Methodist 01urch Downtown Tampa First Baptist Church of Tampa 302 W Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, FL 33606 209 Tampa Cruise A Cade Franctsan Center 3010 N Peny Avenue, Tampa, FL 33603 214 Tampa Cruise A Cade Franciscan Center 3010 N Peny Avenue, Tampa, Fl 33603 221 StJohn Presbyterian Church Gateway Baptist Church 4.414 N Grady Avenue, Tampa. FL 33614 223 West Hillsborough Baptist Church Tampa First 01urch of the Nazarene 5902 N Himes Avenue Tampa, Fl 33614 225 Skyway Football Complex Calvary Community Church 4811 George Road, Tampa, Fl 33634 231 Northeast United Methodist Church St Paul Lutheran Church 5103 N Central Avenue, Tampa, FL 33603 233 American Legion Post 111 Seminole Garden Club 5800 N Central Avenue, Tampa, FL 33604 247 Forest Hills Community Center Bethanie French Seventh Day Adventist Church 10401 N Florida Avenue, Tampa, FL 33612 321 Middleton High School College Hill Branch Library 2607 E Or MLK Jr Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33610 411 Town & Country Recreation C e nter Town N Country Regional Library 7606 Paula Drive Ste 120, Tampa, FL33615 413 Cuban Civic Club Bay West Club 9315 Memorial Highway, Tampa, FL 3361S 431 Cuban Civic Club Bay Wes t Club 9315 Memorial Highway, Tampa, FL 3361S 451 Oak Grove Church of God Tampa First Church of the Nazarene 5902 N Himes Avenue, Tampa FL 33614 463 First Korean Presbyterian Church West Broad Street Baptist Church 3809 W Broad Street, Tampa, FL 33614 S09 Northwest Tampa Church of God Carrollwood Cultural Center 4537lowell Road Tampa, Fl 33618 511 St Marks Episcopal Church carrollwood Cultural Center 4S37lowell Road, Tampa, Fl 33618 520 carrollwood Messiah lutheran Church Northwest Community Church 14913 Hutchison Road Tampa Fl 33625 522 Carrollwood Messiah Lutheran Church 51 Mark s Episcopal Church 13312 Cain Road, Tampa, Fl 33625 617 Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church Bible Based Fellowship Church 8718 N 46th Street Tampa, Fl 33617 621 Riverhllls Church of God All P eoples Life Center 6105 E Sligh Avenue, Tampa, FL 33617 632 Emmanuel Baptist Church Thonotosassa Park and Community Center 10132 Skewlee Road, Thonotosassa, FL 33S92 641 The Crosswinds @ USF Hillel Jewish Student Center 13102 N 50th Street Tampa FL 33617 671 Wharton High School Tampa Bay Presbyterian Church 19911 Bruce B Downs Boulevard Tampa FL 3364 7 673 Benito Recreation Center Kennedy BBQ & Catering Service 10630 Plantation Bay Drive, Tampa, Fl33647 804 Celebration Church Presbyterian Church of Bloomingdale 710 E Bloomingdale Avenue Brandon Fl 33SU 810 St Mark United Church Uvlng Savior Lutheran Church 2650 Lithia Pinecrest Road Valrico, Fl 33596 820 Hillsborough County Farm Bureau Hope Church Presbyterian 826 s Miller Road, Valrico, Fl 33594 821 Brandon Church of the Nazarene Apostles lutheran Church 200 Klngsway Road Brandon, FL 33510 912 Riverside Oub Elks lodge 2672 1630 us Highway 41 s, Ruskin Fl 33570 941 Apollo Beach Elementary School Apollo Beach Recreation Center 664 Golf and Sea Boulevard, Apollo Beach, FL 33S72 949 Marion Rodgers Middle School Rlvercrest Clubhouse 11560 Ramble Creek Drive, Riverview, FL 33569 952 Riverview High School YMCA Camp Christina 9840 Balm Riverview Road, Riverview, FL 33569 Visit our website at www.votebllltborougb.org for directions. If you have any questions or need further lnfonnation, please call (813) 272-5850 vouchers, and Business Certificate Exam vouchers online Each training voucher is redeemable for one ELearning course or Certification exam. ELearning courses, available online, are self-paced and offer beginning and intermediate training on Microsoft Windows Vista or on one of the programs in the Microsoft Office Suite. Hillsborough County residents can find an electronic voucher application on www.floridajobs.org/ele= vateamerica or by e-mailing elevateamerica@workforce tampa.com. Certification exams must be taken at Certiport Testing Centers. Those w ishing to locate the Centers can visit http://www.certiport.com/Portal/ Pages/LocatorView. aspx. The vouchers are available for anyone with an interest in learning any of the programs. Crime Watch Group Announces Meeuna The Eastern Heights Neighborhood Association and Crime Watch will be holding their meeting August 19th, 6:30 p.m., at Williams Park, 4663 East Osborne Avenue. Guest speaker at the meeting will be Rebecca Jones, Community Affairs Liaison with the Tampa Police J?epartment. Association and Crime Watch President, Samuel L. Mobley, Sr., wants everyone to come out and be informed of their responsibilities to the neighborhood and how to be safe in your neighborhood. Mobley also wants to start a bi-monthly newsletter for the community to keep all of their residents informed about eve-qts. Refreshments will b e served. who has questions or wants to share information can r ach Mobley at (813) 743-4099. Gat Out &VIII Earll Stlrll. ............ Slblnlll,-21st

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5eaut_y/ Hair Care Tricks Make Dull Hair Shiny With Bananas & Yogurt Bananas are loaded with potassium and natural oils that instantly make your hair look lustrous and glossy and even to prevent slip ends! B y adding a spoonful of y ogurt, this adds the right amount of lactic acid to seal the hair 's cu ticles creating a light-reflec tive surface. In a blender puree a half a banana and 1 cup plain yo gurt. Use this a s a conditioner after your shampoo. Make Dry Hair Silky With Avocados & Olives If your hair is dry and frizzy, it is screaming for moisture. Avocados and olives are packed with oils that will quickly hydrate soften and smooth your hair. Mash half an avocado, add lf4 cup olive oil and blend until creamy Massage the mask into your dry hair and scalp. Wrap your head with a warm towel and relax for 20 minutes Rinse thoroughly, then shampoo and condition as norm al. Natural Cures a Salt For Athlete's Feet A saline solution provides hostile environm e nt for fun gus, decreases excess perspira tion, and softens skin s antifungal meds can penetrat deeper. Soak your foot for 5 t 10 minutes in a mixture of teaspoons of salt per pint o --0 e 0 2 f warm water. Chamomile Tea For Calluses and Corns If your feet are prone t bumps and lumps, soak them in a diluted chamomile te bath The tea will soothe an soften hard skin The brew might stain your feet but i comes off easily with soap and 0 a d t water. Ginger For Stomachaches This root i s well-known as s tomach soother, and right full y so. It s great for relievin g just about any gastrointestinal illne ss, including motion sick ne ss and pregnanc y morning sickness. To make a tea steep a tablespoon of gro und fresh ginger in hot water for 10 min a --ut es, then s train. Honey For Cuts This natural sweetener con tains 3 powerful wound-heal ing components: sugar for absorbing moisture so bacteria can t survive, hydrogen perox ide to disinfect, and the nec tar-based compound propolis to kill bacteria Also honey dries to form a natural band age. Lemon For Age Spots Cut a few wedges and place them directly onto your age spots for 10 to 15 minutes a day. The acid in the fresh l emon juice may help lighten the age spots, but it won't hap pen overnight. You 'll notice a difference in 6 to 12 weeks. Watch carefully; overuse ma y cause the upper la ye r of the skin to peel. Milk For Anxiety To calm yourse l f before bedtime, pour a glas of warm milk. Milk contain the amino acid tryptophan which can bring on relaxation. Olive Oil For Eczema Packed with inflammation reducing antioxidants, olive oil is the basis of many moisturiz ers. Rub 1 teaspoon per square inch of skin, creating a seal that keeps skin from drying out. For serious ca es, cover oiled skin with plastic wrap overnight Tonic Water For Restless Legs A 6-ounc g l ass of tonic water befor b d might calm y mptoms of r tl 1 g y n drom ; the quinin e it contain helps stop repeated muscle contraction I What NOT To Do ... For Your Health II,) Stress can consume your mind and chronic stress in creases the already high risk African Americans have for hypertension, stroke and heart disease. The follov.ing frequently relied-upon stress relievers are potentially harm ful to your health. Smoking -Smokers have two times the risk for heart at-0 tack and cardiac arrest. And it's no secret that almost 90 percent of lung cancer deaths and one third of total cancer deaths are of smokers. Late Night Eating -When you eat late at night, you're most likely eating junk food Late night eating also increases insulin causing your body to hold on to fat while you sleep. Risky Sex -Sex should be Watching TV -The link between excessive television watching and obesity is strong. For every 2 hour in crease in television watching, studies show there is a 23 per cent increase in obesity. Drinking -Alcohol is a highly addictive substance and excessive drinking can damage y our liver deplete your body of nutrients and damage relationships. an enjoyable experience not a dangerous game of Russian roulette Sex with strangers and unprotected sex may pro vide a temporary thrill, but the long term consequences 'TI are severe 5 SCHOOL PHYSICALS STEPHEN A. WILLIAMS M.D., P.A. Board Certified Pedi atricia n 714 W. MLK Jr. Blvd. Tel: 813-223-6222 Tampa FL 33603 Fax:813-223-6020 www.kiddlemd.com Accepting New r1<:etamerica. com/drstevens Patients 0-21 v ..... rcco._ ANGEUA TOMLINSON, ODS, PA GAIL C. 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0 ,... 0 N (') ,... Confidence Begins With A Beautiful Smile! lmpl'tlw Y uur Smih W ith Sttni)!htet TN th l'l'otn Th(' llous < Of Blautifu l Smil e s Fncndl} Pcsonal Ctrc Most Insurance Plans Accepted Zero Down Pavment Plans Available Flexible and Affordable J VIonthly Payments Family Discounts BRACES FOR ADULTS AND CIIILDREN W. Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd Suite 102 Tampa, Florida 33607 1703 Palmetto Ave. Plant City, FL 33563 "Serving The Community Since 1974" r ----*** SPECIAL *** ----..... : Routine Simple Extractions $145 I Includes Office Visit, Xray, Extraction -Same Day Service I : Surgical Extractions $245 : I Includes Offi.ce Visit, Xray, Extraction-Same Day Service I ------_____________ ..... Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 Household Products Can Damage Your Health Air Fresheners have chemicals linked to lung dam age, and are a risk factor for heart disease, stroke and can cer. Glass Cleaners have lung and skin irritants. Mixed with chlorine, the fumes can cause serious damage to the lungs. Chlorine Bleach Mixed with ammonia o r vinegar, forms chloramines gas -ex tremely toxic eve n with brief expos ure! Mold Removers havr chemica l fungicides that cause debilitating allergic r ea ctions r es piratory disease a nd asthma. Disinfectant Cleaners hav e chemica l s that can caus e kidney and liv e r damag e Floor And Furniture Polish ha s chemicals that can c ause severe respiratory prob lems. These products have also been correl ated with cancer and birth defects Toilet Bowl Cleaners have chemicals that can burn the s kin, injure the stomach if swallowed, and cause blind ness if splashed in the eyes Make Safe Cleaning Products Instead of Ammonia -Based Cleaners, try this: Spray with full-strength white vinegar and wipe down. Instead of Dishwashing Detergent, try this: Mix equal amounts of borax and baking soda in a container. Put about 4 tablespoons of this mixture in your dishwasher. Instead of Disinfectant (large areas), try this: Wipe with a solution of 112 galion boil ing water and 112 cup borax. Rinse well. Instead of Floor Cleaner, try this: For wood combine 1 oz. Olive oil, 112 c up vinegar, 112 cup peppermint tea 2 gallons warm water. Test when dry, the floor ma y be s lipp ery. For tile, combine 1 gallon water with 1-2 cups white vinegar. Instead of Furniture Polish, try this: Melt in a double boiler at medium he a t -1 oz. Beeswax and 1 oz. Carnauba wax with 2.5 oz. Oli ve oil and 1.5 oz. Coconut oil. Remo ve from heat and hand mix with 4 oz. Distilled water until smooth. Add a small amount to a soft cloth and work into the wood. Shelf life up to 12 months. Instead of Laundry Bleach, try this: Add 112 cup or borax, baking soda, or white vinegar to a load of laundry. Or use a non-chlorine bleach from the health food store. Instead of Oven Cleaner, try this: Make a paste of_baking soda and white vinegar, apply liberally to a warm oven (in the OFF position) and soak a few minutes before wiping. If nec essary, scrub with a non-abra sive pad or fine steel wool. For more difficult jobs, let the paste soak as long as possible. Instead of Toilet Cleaners, try this: Use a toilet brush with borax or baking soda. For tough stains, add vinegar to the water and let it soak or use a pumice stone that's safe for ce ramics. Prior to using an y of the sug gested products, as always if you have any health related is sues, consult your doctor first. Remember that people ma terials and fabrics react differ ently so test them first. Come learn more about your health with special lectures on men's and women's health: SATURDAY August 14, 2010 3000 North 34th Street Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-6548 FREE 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 bleeding and fibroids Erich Wy_ckoff, MD 0 10:00AM -11 :OOAM Diagnosis and management of prostate problert:15 Rafael Carrion, MD 0 11:00AM -12:00PM Preparing tOr Pregnancy Valerie Whiteman, MD 0 12:00PM :OOPM Bladder control problems in worDen Lennox Hoyte, MD

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Health Firstladv Down On Beets, Black Girls Reach ; Up On Dietarv 'Cleanses Pubertv Faster w WASHINGTON --First Lady Michelle Obama di s h es on the first famil y s h ea lth and e ating habit s in a n e w ma g a z in e inter v i e w ad mitting she can't stand beets and that sh e does an occa sional dietary "cleanse" to clear her palate and change her mindset. In an interview for the Sep tember issue of Ladies' Home Journal Mrs. Obama sa y s she recently was "on a sort of cleanse" in which she was just eating vegetables. The first lady, who's on a campaign against childhood obesity also says she never talks about weight with her daughters be cause the topic's too sensitive, and that she made the girls take up tennis under protest. "I have them do a sport that they like and sport that I like," the first lady said. "I want them to understand what it feels like to do something you don't like and to improve. Be cause in life you don't always get to do the things you want." Daughters Sasha and FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA Malia resisted tennis at first she says, "but now they're starting to get better and they actually like it. And I'm like 'Mom was right!"' The first lady also made a point to show she's human when it comes to diet and ex ercise: She said there are days when she skips her typical 4 :30 a.m. workout and that on a recent weekend in Chicago sh e a t e e verythin g that was a v ail able In fact w e had a tak e -out food-f es t." And, sh e c an't s tand b ee t s "Ne ith e r th e pr eside nt nor I hav e th e be e t ge ne s h e says. Mrs. Obama d oes n't give a lot of detail about her c leanses, saying that she mig ht do one for two days but that "it isn't a way of life be cause I like food too much." The cleanses she said, "help me clean out my palate. Because when you start adding things like sugars into your diet, you start craving them. And the more you eat, the more you crave." A cleanse can involve a tem porary change in diet pro moted to rid the body of toxins and improve well being. The First Lady's cleanse in volves eating as man y fruits and vegetables as possible and cutting out fats, oil, dairy, meat, caffeine, sugar and starch for a short period of time, according to the White House. For the sixth consecutive year. TGH is honored to be one of only fifty hospitals in the nation to be recognized for outstanding orthopedic care by U S News & World Report's list of "Americ a s Best Hospirals. Our dedicated team of physidans, nurses, and physical and occupational therapists provides comprehensive orthopedic care-ranging from diagnosis, to treatment, to rehab. Whether you've broke n a bone or need total joint replacement, trust Tampa General Hospital. Physicianfinder Referral Service 1-SOQ-822-DOCS Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine Than Others A new study shows that girls as young a 7-years-old are experiencing early signs of puberty. The study looks at 1,239 girls ranging from various races According to the study, 10 percent of white, 23 per cent of Black and 14 percent of Hispanic girls have "breast stage two" which is known as the first stage of puberty One chief researcher says these girls are reaching early puberty because of the rising obesity epidemic that plagues many American children. Girls who are obese have increased hormone levels and 0 particularly they have in-:::D crease in fat cells and fat in-creases hormones. So those en girls who are developing ear-lier are also having earlier ex-posure to estrogen, higher levels of estrogen and studies rhave shown that link between m estrogen and breast cancer. Tampa General Hospital rm ::! z "'tJ c: m c en ::I: m c m < m :::D < c: m en c )> z c ., :::D c ORTHOPEDICS ...a. ...a. I m

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Recipes If you love seafood, then catfish is for you. The good thing about catfish is that you can prepare in a vareity of ways and it will still turn out just as delicious. c a: So, instead of the same-ol same-ol, step out of the LL box and try one of these. Enjoy! < c CJ) w :::> .... > a: w > w c w :I: CJ) ::J Ill :::> a. z i= w ..J ..J :::> Ill ..J w z i= z w CJ) I C a: 0 ..J LL Ill I "' ,... w n.: . ..... ht=+=== GROCERYITABACCO/BEAUTY SUPPlY BWNT BUY1 PACK S5.29 & GET1 FREE 3 E. BUSCH BLVD., TAMPA 33612 813-868-QOOOL......J.....___.._---t DRINKS TV'S 32 INCHES & UP ALL $299! EACH PEPSI 1 LITER 2FOR$1.00 ALL PEPSI PRODUCTS 111'1tCAIII sa.99 \,RNNI:U VEGGIES AU.150l. 3FOR$1.00 DOZEN EGGS age ASHER I DRYER ALL $125 EACH SWEET SlliAWIEMY I DRAI' BUY1 PACK sa.99 & GU1 PACK FREE OPTIMO CIGARILLO I'ACH, 8IWf, ICE MINT BUY1 PACK sa.99 & FRIED CATFISH ROLLS Vegetable oil, for frying 1 to 2 jalapeno or serrano peppers, diced (remove seeds for less 2 scallions, roughly chopped 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 to 2 tablespoons pickling liquid, plus sliced pickles for garnish Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper 1/2 cup instant flour 1 pound catfish fillets, cut into 1/2" chunks 1 12-count package miniature potato buns (do not separate) 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted 1 large ripe tomato, thinly sliced 1 stalk celery, thinly sliced DIRECTIONS: Heat about 2 inches of oil in a heavy-bottomed pot over medium heat until a deep fry thermometer registers 350 degrees. Combine the jalapeno scallions, mayonnaise and pickling liquid in a blender; puree until almost smooth. Season with salt and pepper. Place the flour in a bowl and season with salt and pepper. Dredge the catfish in the flour; shake off any excess in a strainer. Working in batches, fry the fish until lightl y golden and just cooked through, about 1 minute. Remove from the oil with a slotted spoon and drain on a paper-towel-lined plate; let cool. Pre heat the broiler. While the fish cools, divide the buns into four 3roll rows (they'll look like hot dog buns). Split open down the center; brush the tops and insides with the melted butter; broil until golden, 1 to 2 minutes. Toss the fried catfish with the spiced mayonnaise; divide among the buns. Hour' Fd.t\ -1 \' -t '.', ll'Jnd.w
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.. 1,eci es c Grilled Catfish Kabobs BBQ Catfish Dipped Catfish Nuggets 1/2 cup orange juice 1/4 cup honey & 1/4 cup canola oil Salt and pepper to taste 1 sweet potato, peeled and cut into 1" chunks 2 portabella mushrooms, cut into 1-inch chunks 1 red onion, cut into chunks 1 green & red pepper, both cut into chunks 1-1/2 pounds Catfish fillets, cut into pieces DIRECTIONS: In disposable plastic bag mix together orange juice, honey, canola oil, salt and pepper. Add sweet potatoes, mushrooms, onions peppers and catfish. Marinate 30 min. in refrigerator. Stir occasionally. Skewer marinated ingredients on metal skewers. Dis card any leftover marinade. Grill15 to 20 minutes or until vegetables are tender when pierced with skewer and cat fish is opaque. 4 catfish fillets (skinned, de-boned) 4 tablespoons dry rub 6 tablespoons oil 1/2 cup hickory chips 1/2 cup water DIRECTIONS: Preheat the grill. Coat catfish fillet with the dry rub. Dip the fish into the oil and place the fillets on a hot grill to es tablish grill marks. After establishing grill marks and the fillets release from the grill, place the catfish into a smoker for 2 minutes using the hickory wood chips. Add water to the chips and steam the fish for another 2 minutes . 1 package hushpuppy mix 1/2 cup milk & 1/2 cup water 1 large egg, beaten 1 tablespoon mincedpickledjalapeno peppers, 1 tablespoon hot pepper sauce 1/2 teaspoon cayenne & 1 cup all-purpose flour vegetable oil, for frying 4 catfish fillets DIRECTIONS: In a medium bowl, stir together hushpuppy mix milk, water, egg, jalapenos hot pepper sauce and cayenne; let stand 5 minutes. Pour oil to a depth of 1/2 inch in a large deep skillet; heat oil to 350 degrees F. Pat catfish fillets dry with paper towels, and cut into bite-size pieces. Dredge catfish pieces in flour, and then dip in hushpuppy batter mixture. Drop catfish pieces into hot oil, and fry, in batches, 3 to 4 minutes on each side or until golden. Serve with Spicy Tartar Sauce. Publix .. 1 WHERE SHOPPING IS A Steaks ............................... Publix Sliced (2'\ C: 00 Pre-Washed Mushrooms ....... g:dfsh Fillets .................... ..................... Publix Premium Certified Beef, USDA Choice SAVE UP TO 2.50 LB Conveniently Washed and Ready to Use, 12-az pkg. Farm-Raised, Never Frozen SAVE UP TO 2.00 LB (Top Sirloin Allets ... lb 4.49) SAVE UP TO .98 ON 2 (Ready-to-Cook: lemon Herb or Cajun . lb 4 99) Cake ....................... 549 Whqle, Choose From Lemon, Vanilla, Marble, or Chocolate, Mois t and Delicious, From the Publix Bakery, 32-oz size SAVE UP TO 1.40 Gatorade Thirst . p Quencher..... . . ree Or G2 Low Calorie Electrolyte everage, Assorted Varieties, 64-oz bot. Quantity r ights reserved. SAVE UP TO 2.80 Prices effective Thursday, August 12 through August 18, 2010. Arnold WholeGrains . p Bread .................. fee Or Grains & More, Health Fu or Country, Assorted Varieties, 24-oz loaf Quantity rights reserved. SAVE UP TO 3.69 Only In Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, Highlands, Hernando, Citrus, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee, Lake, Sumter, Polk Osceola Counties. Including Publl1l at Stoneybrook Hills v illage In Mount Dora. Any Item carried by Publlx GreenWi$e Market will be at the Publlx adverbsed sale price, Prien not tffeetlve Ill Publlx Sabor. Quantity rights reserved. Sweet Baby Ray's ......... Assorted Varieties; 1s.:Z.VfJ' Quantity rights reserved SAVE UP TO 2.49 G') c (J) -4 ..... w 1\) 0 ..... 0 r-0 J:l C )> I (J) m z :::! z m r-aJ c rrm :::! z "tJ c OJ r-u; ::I: m c m < m J:l < -4 c m (J) c )> z c c

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2 S.C. Man Indicted In Shooting, Dragging Death Of Black Man A >vhite >-man in <( South Care olina h as fE b ee n m dict e d on They then say Collins attached a nylon r o p e around his body a n d charges that h e kill e d his Black coworker a n d dragged ____ L.. ______ __. dragged c a: u.. c z <( c UJ w ::: .... > a: w > w c w 'J: UJ ::::; m ::: a. z GREGORY COLLINS Killed ANTHONY HILL him be hind his his body behind his truck. 19-year -old Gregory Collins was indicted Friday for murder, desecrating a body and possessing a weapon dur ing a violent crime As previously reported po lice says Collins killed his Black co-worker 30-year-old Anthony Hill by shooting him once in the head. truck 11 miles before the rope snapped. Police followed a trail of blood and skin to Collins' Newberry home where they prompted him out of his home with tear gas. The New Black Panther Party has held several rallies calling for the judge to charge Collins with a hate crime. Husband Indicted In Ohio Marriage Counselor Death MAURICE LYONS CLEVELAND--The hus Cleveland also was indicted Monday on various other charges, including domestic violence, kidnapping and endangering children. Authorities say Lyons stabbed Tonya Hunter 17 times on July 25 in front of her 4-year-old son. He' s ac c used o f th e n l eavi n g the boy near an inte r sectio n in Cleveland. i= w ..J ..J band of an Ohio marriage => counselor has been indicted m They say Lyons had as saulted the 42yea rold Hunter, prevented her from calling police and threatened her in the d ays b efo r e her death. ...J on aggravated murde r Lyons i s b e in g h e ld on $8 million bail and fa ces arraignment Thursday. An a ttorney who has represented him has said he has p syc hi a tri c i ss u es. W charges in her slaying and z i= faces the death penalty. Z The Cuyahoga County m prosecutor's office says 38-<( year-old Maurice Lyons of c a: 0 ..J u.. m ,... WORKERS COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapte r 7 ($500Plus Costs) OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough Co:uqty Prosecutor-Deputy Chief Man Arrested For Spraving Semen On Shoppers MICHAELW. EDWARDS, JR. A second woman has come forward to say she's been the victim of a man accused of spraying bodily fluids on shop pers. The second reported incident happened in November at a Michael's Craft Store in Gaithersburg, Mel. The victim was walking through the store when she noticed the suspect following here. At one point, she felt something hit her back. It was determined to be human semen, police said Michael Wayne Edwards Jr., 28, of Gaithersburg, is charged with second-degree assault. He was arrested Monday and released Tuesday after posting a $25,000 bond. P olice sa id Edwards has squirted sem e n f r o m a bottl e o n a t l eas t two wo m e n in Gaithersburg and t oo k cell phone pictures of them afte r ward. Man Kills 11-Month Old linle Bov For Acting like A Girl Authorities in Lon g I sland, New York have arres t e d a man for a lleg e dl y punching a toddl e r in th e c h es t and killing him. Accordin g to r eports, Pedro Jones punche d his girlfiiend's so n Roy Jones, in th e chest so hard that it caused the 17-month-old toddl e r to go into cardiac arrest. Although th e toddler was not moving Police state that it w as not Jones who called 911, but a third party after noticing that the child was limp. When authorities ques tion e d Jones about what happened, Jones states that h e "was trying to make th e little boy tough" and that he punched him so that he would "stop acting lik e a girl. Raciallv Charged Stabbings In Virginia Mav Be Linked To Michigan suspect LEESBURG, Va.-Police in V irginia said Monday they think a se rial killer who stabbed five people to death and wounded 10 others in Michigan was responsible for three attacks in northern Vir ginia, and all of the attacks have almost exclusively targeted black men. Leesburg Chief of Police Joseph R. Price said he was confident, though not certain, that a white man was respon sible for two stabbings and a hammer attack in his town in the last week, as well as the Michigan murders. The suspect has been linked to a dark green Chevy S-10 Blazer with tan trim, SERIALSTABBER with a model year ranging from 1995 to about 2000. De scriptions of the suspect have also been similar in both states, hut police haven't re vealed any other evidence linking the stabbings. House Returns From Recess To Pass New Jobs Bill WASHINGTON -House members are giving up a cou ple of days reconnecting with folks in their districts this week to pass a jobs bill that Democrats say is crucial to the nation s well-being. The unusual in-and-out sess ion was called because t h e Senate waited until last Thursday, after the House had already recessed for its summe r break to pass a $26 billion bill to prevent tens of t hou sands o f t eac h e rs and a n equ a l numbe r of other state and local government work e r s from b e in g laid off before th e ovember e lection With the n ew sc hool yea r jus t weeks away e l ectio n sea so n fast a pproaching and the overal l job pictur e s till bleak Democrats had no choice but Practi c i n g Lm in: to act quickly. Many of those whose jobs are being saved belong to teacher unions or the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employ ees two key components of the Democrats' polit ical base whose get-out-the-vote efforts in November could determine whether they hold or lose control of Congress. This legislation is about creating and saving American jobs, and preventing a double-dip recession ," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in announcing the special ses sion just hours after the Senate passed the bill that the administration says could save the jobs of nearl y 300,000 teachers and other public workers. Cri minal D efe nse Famil y La\ Personal Injury Attorney & Cmmselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N Dale M abry S uit e 101 Trunpa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)%0-0641 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Ha,..._t REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW

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Po l k e YouthBuild-Lakeland Graduation Held On July 17, 2010, YouthBuild-Lakeland host ed a graduation ceremony in recognition of the accomplishments of its fourth class since its inception. The class of eleven partici pants i s the lar ges t graduat ing class to date. The ceremony was h e ld at the Lake Ridge Community Center in Lakeland. Nick Elzy, Program Manager served as Master of Ceremony. Other program participants included Earl W. Haynes, Lakeland Housing Authority' s Resident Services Director and Major Kight, You thB u il d-Lakeland Construction Trainer. The graduates were Vincent Anthony, Movia Brooks, Darnell Duling, Teondre Hines, Brandon Johnson, Kenyatta McGary, Cameron Pelt, Matt Samatis, Dhakira Talbot, DeAundray Williams and Erlene Zachery. Congratulations graduates, Shaw-Nuf wish you much success in your future endeavo 'rs! Family Reunion Held The Demps-Reid Family Reunion was held during July 23-25, 2010. The Polk Street Community Center in Bartow served as host-site for this memorable occasion. Family member Margaret "Louise" Faison and her husband, Elder Thomas Faison, Jr., served as host and hostess. The chosen theme for the weekend was "We Are Praying James 5:16. On Friday, July 23rd the reunion opened with Fellowship Night, which included games and Meet & Greet. Tassie Faison and Arnette Hyson served as Mistresses of Ceremony of Fellowship Night. Theresa Jackson led the Devotion service. Family members took center tage for Introductipns. A !?Urprise birthday party was held for family member Osteen Demps. Elder Faison served as Master of Ceremony at Sunday worship. Songs of Praise and Worship were rendered by Tonya Hargrove. Various family members shared testimonies of things that the Lord had done in th e ir Jives since the last Demps-Reid family reunion, which was held 12 yea rs ago. Sixteenth Annual Christian Women's Retreat Held The Reflecti o n s on the Gulf's Annual Christian Women s Retr ea t invit es all women to attend it s Sweet Sixteen' celebration on Saturday, August 21st, 2010 To r egister and/or for further information, contact Edna Lawrence, Chairperson at (727) 443-0828 or Margaret Johnson, Co-Chairperson at (863) 683-99 72 Housing Authority's Resident Advisory Association to Hold Election of Officers The Lakeland Housing Authority' s Resident Advisory Association (LHARAA) will conduct its election of Officer s on September 3 2010. For nomination procedures and further informa tion contact Nita McGee at (863) 413-3099 or (863) 797-9822. Birthday Greetings Shaw-Nuf Talk extends special wishes for a very happy birthday to local business associate, Kurt Bradley, who celebrated his birthday on August 6th; and to Lakeland Gentleman Curtis Logan a.k.a. Brother Curtis who cele brat e d another natal day on August 9th. It is my hope that each of you will have a beautiful day of celebration and receive all the gifts that your heart 's desir e Condolences Extended Heartfelt condolences are extended to the family, church family and friends of the late Shirley Ann Moses-Turner who passed away on July 17, 2010. She is remembered by h e r husband of 30 plus years, Joe Turner; children: Dr. Eddie Joe Turner, Jr., Willie A. Turner, Bobby E. Turner, Stacey J. Horace, Eddie Turner and Vanessa Young; 10 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, and other relatives and friends. Final services were held at Victory Temple Church of God by Faith, Elder Neal T. Phillips, pastor. Until her demise, the late Sister Turner served faithfully under the leadership of Bishop Raymond Baker as a member of Victory Temple Baptist Church. Birthday Greetings Courtney Phillips (left) with a friend at a recent Youth Gospel Shaw-Nuf Talk extends special birthday wishes to St. Pete Lady Courtney Phillips, who will celebrate another n atal day on Aug. 14th. Shaw-Nuf Talk also extends wishes for a happy birthday to : Renae Elliott of Clearwater and Herb Hernandez, Executive Director of The Housing Authority of the City of Lakeland (Aug. 16th); Frances Calhoun and Portia Howard (Aug. 17th); and Minister Jackson, lsaline Boston, Diana McGill and Julia Garrett (Aug. 20th). Shaw-Nuf Shout Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout Out goes out to Peggy Payne who r ecently joined the staff at the John A. Sanders Bo ys & Girls Club in Lakeland. Welcome back to th e City of Lakeland, Peggy. Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to h ear f rom you. Shar e n ews and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, community events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, class r eunions, etc., with the readership of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Ntif Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalkyahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Nuf 1alk will share your exc iting n ews with th e r eade r s hip! c Founding Mother 01 Church Honored Elder Neal T. Phillips, Mother Fortson's Pastor, delivered Words of Exhortation. Dr. Jake C. Smith, brother of the honoree, rendered the Consecration Prayer. The Jones Sisters blessed the honoree in song. (/) -4 .... w 1\) 0 .... 0 "tJ c m r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m :Jl -< -4 c m (/) c Inspirational Voices of God treated the honoree to some !; good ole' jubilee singing. c The Judah Praise Team was among the many gospel groups honoring Mother Fortson. The Spiritual Singers of Fort Myers came to d liver News." .... c.n I D:J

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e:, 7 ..... INVITATION TO BID Kiewit Infrastructure South Co. invites all DBE Firms who are certified as a Disadvantaged Minority Business or a Disadvantaged Women s Business Enterprise to submit proposals for the following Hillsborough County project; Platt Street Bridge over the Hillsborough River Major Repairs located in Tampa, FL. Contract No: ITB-C -0262-0-201 0/DV. Bid Date: August 26, 201 0. The scopes of work we are soliciting i nclude the following : Maintenance of Traffic Audi o Video Survey, Erosion Control Asphalt Sidewalk Curb & Gutter Trucking Roadway Lighting Demolition, Bridge Concrete Reinforcing Steel Structural Steel, Cathodic Protection Asbestos Abatement Painting Structural Steel, Painting Concrete Surfaces Movable Bridge Machinery Moveable Bridge Electrical Roofing, Windows & Doors Drywall & Stucco, Painting Plumbing, HVAC, Terra Cotta Restoration. For plans and specifications please contact: Jonathon Defaria, E-Mail : Jonathon.Defaria@ Kiewit. com, Kiewit Infrastructure South Co., 5100 W Kennedy Blvd Suite 205, Tampa Florida 33609 Phone (813) 402 4600 Fax: (813) 402-4620 Kiewit, Infrastructure South Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. B-Q15-10 UNIT PRICE REPAIRS & IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT NO. 11-05510 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors to furnish all labor, materials, equipment, insurance and incidentals necessary to perform miscellaneous repair, equipment rental construction, and improvements on upland TPA facilities as requested by the TPA. A non-mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held Monday August 23 2010 at 1 : 00 p m in the first floor TPA Board Room, 1101 Channelside Drive Tampa, FL 33602 Prospect ive bidders are encouraged to attend. Sealed bids are due by Friday, September 10 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud The ITB is available through a link on the TPA' s website (www tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www demandstar com) Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101, Channelside Drive 4th Floor Tampa, FL 33602. Firms failing to subm i t the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB. TPA enco!-lrages the use of registered Small Business Enterpr ise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation. TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey TPA Procurement Dept. (813) by email at dcasey@tampaport.com, or by fax at (813) 905-5050 II CORRECTED ADVERTISEMENT The Request For Proposals legal advertisement in the Friday. August 6. 201 0 edit ion erroneously reported the houses at 2502 and 2504 East 1Oth Avenue are located within the East Tampa Community Redevelopment Area All reference to the houses should indicate the houses are located within the Ybor City Community Redevelopment Area 2 TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. B-013-10 FY 2011-2013 NAVIGATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS (DREDGING) PROJECT NO. 11-0101 0 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soli citing sealed bids from qual ified contractors to provide TPA with all the labor materials and equipment necessary to perform maintenance dredging of berthing areas of the Port of Tampa. A nonmandatory Pre Bid Conference will be held Thursday, August 19, 2010 at 11: 00 a.m in the first floor TPA Board Room, 1101 Channelside Drive Tampa, FL 33602 Prospective bidders are encouraged to attend Sealed bids are due by Thursday, September 16, 2010 at 1 :00 p.m. at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud The ITB is available through a link on the TPA' s website (www tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www demandstar.com) Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101, Channelside Drive, 4th Floor Tampa, FL 33602. Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form 81-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB TPA encour ages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE partic i pation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044 by email at dcasey @ tampaport.com or by fax at (813) 905-5050. EMPLOYMENT Roofer Needed To Install Shingles Male/Female Plant City Area For More Information Call (813) 238-6197 Nora's Beauty Boutique Is Looking For Licensed Braiders And Hair Stylists For Booth Rental Call Nora @ (813) 785-2606 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 65 YEARS II REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Competitive sealed qualifications ill be rece ived by the Southwest Water Management District, Brooksville Florida nd publicly opened on September 14, 2010 at 2:30p. m for : RFP 016-10 Numerical Models for the Northern District The Request for Proposals may e obtained through the District s website at ttp: //www. WaterMatters.or g/ procurement nder 'View our solicitations on DemandStar" or Alternate View of ur Current Solicitations." II Florida Water D i strict rocurement 2379 Broad Street rooksv i lle Florida 34604-6899; rocurement@WaterMatters org ; 52-796-7211, ext 4l32; or in TOO The District reserves the right to ived with or without cause. oAnne M. Rehor ontracts Administrator EMPLOYMENT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities CENTER COORDINATOR (REDUCED HOURS) $15 15/HR CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR (HUD INSPECTIONS) $40 768 OFFICE ASSISTANT II $27 414 RECEPTIONIST $20 924 II See our web site at http://www.hccsb org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard 17th Floor Tampa, FL. Preference i n initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of Employer ., r 0 :rJ (J) m z ::::! z m r I m c r r m ..... z 'tl c m r-u; ::1: m c m < m ..... c m (J) c ,. z c ., c

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0 .,... 0 N ::J <( c a: L1. c a: L1. c z <( c en w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::J 0. z i= w -1 -1 ::J m -1 w z i= z w en C a: 0 -1 L1. m I Q) .,... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 09-27818 ARCH BAY HOLDINGS LLC -SERIES 2009B (Plaintiff) vs. VILMA VALDEZ a/k/a VILMA C. VALDEZ and all known 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, orther claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF VILMA VALDEZ a/kla VILMA C. VALDEZ; RAYMUNDO VALDEZ a/kla RAYMUNDO VALDEZ LOPEZ; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT AND TENANT 11/UNKNOWNTENANT, in possession of the subject real prop ert y (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Fina l JudgmenUOrder entered in the abov e noted c ase that I will sell the f ollowing property situated i n H illsbo rough Count y Flo rida described as: Lot 3 Cameo Villas Unit No. 7 according to the Plat Thereof recorded in Plat Book 49, at Page 52 of the Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida at public sale to the highest and best b idder, for cash at 2:00 P M on the 2nd Floor, Room 202 in the Georg e E Edgecomb Hillsborough Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street Tampa, Flor ida 33602 on August 25. 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 THIS SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO 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 CLERK'S ADA COORDINATOR, 601 E KENNEDY BLVD., TAMPA, FLORIDA, (813) 276-8100 EXTENSION 4205, WITHIN two (2) WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Dated this 2.Zrut day of July. 2010 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ALEXIS DE LA ROSA DEPUTY CLERK GET NOTICED Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora For More Information @ (813) 248-1921 PUBLIC NOTICE Solicitation of Certified MBE and WBE Subcontractors Moretrench Environmental Services Inc is soliciting quotes from MBEIWBE subcontractors for the SWFWMD RFB 1009 Sawgrass Lake Restoration Project". Quotes for dredging traffic control erosion control clearing and grubbing earthwork trucking fencing sodding, hyroseeding, mitigation plantings signage concrete and steel sheet piling, surveying 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 FL Contractors License No CGCA34173 EOE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 10-DR-013208 Division: T IN RE: The Marriage of: HENRY WHITE, JR., Petitioner and RIEKOWHITE Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: RIEKO WHITE YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for dissolution of marriage has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses to it if any on the petitioner HENRY WHITE JR., whose add r ess is : 5505 Joe King Road Plant City, Florida 33567 A copy of such written defenses if any, must be served on or before : August13.2010 The orig i nal of such written defenses must be filed with the clerk of this court before service on the petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fall to do so, a Default. may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the Petition. 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 pleadings WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court on July 14, 2010 Pat Frank CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By : Ang e l v. Demps DEPUTY CLERK Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@'(AHOO .COM II North Tampa We Are Hiring For A Daycare Director With VPK Endorsement Credentials Call (813) 325-2506 For Detailed Information TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC # 2770 the holder of the followin g cert ifi cate has filed sai d certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The cert i ficate number and year of iss uance the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 111133 0000 Certificate No .: R l e No.: 2010-525HX Year of I ssuance : 2007 Description of Property: CYPR E S S ESTATES LOTS 21 AND 22 BLOCK 6 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 11/85 SEC-TWP RGE: 16-29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) i n which assessed : ANDREA REDOING ANGELICA REDDING EDWARD REYNOLDS BENJAMIN REYNOLDS Said prope rty being in the County ol Hillsborough, State of Aorida Un l ess such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property d e scribed i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury Aud i to rium, 2nd Aoor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the Dll!. day of August 2010 at 10 : 00 A M ( NOTICE : Ple ase call (813) 27 6-8100 ext 4809 to verily sale loca tion) Dated th i s 23lll day PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Aorkla By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk H you are a pet'SOI1 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 c:8rt.1n uslstence. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator 601 E. Kennedy Blvd ., Tampa Aorkla, (813) 278-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the se rvice Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. View Our Website @ www.flsentlnel.com I

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c II LEGAL NTNCE II II TAX DEEDS 1111!;;;;;;;1 FOR RENT II c C/) -l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No;: 2009-18653 DIV D DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, As Indenture Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust Series 2007-JSL, without recourse (Plaintiff) vs NADJIBA ABAWI and ABDUL GHANI ABAWI, a/kla 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/kla ABDUL G. ABAWI; BOYETTE CREEK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION INC; TENANT UUNKNOWN TENANT; TENANT IVUNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property AMENDED 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 s i tuated 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 Twi ggs Street Tampa Florida 33602 on August 16. 2010. The highest b i dder shall immediately post with the Clerk a depos i t 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 813 272-7040WITHINTWOWORKING DAYS OFYOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8nO. Dated this .19.tb. day of July. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ANNE KACZMAREK DEPUTY CLERK BLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday EditionMonday@ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, t hat TARPON IV LLC #2770 the h o lder ol th e lollo w ing certi l icate h as f i led said c e rtific a t e for a tax deed t o b e issued the reon Th e certilicate numb e r and y e ar of issu a n c e the d e s c ription of the p r operty a nd the names in which i t w as as sess e d are a s l o llows: F olio No.: 111679.0000 Ce rtil ica t e N o : 144297 File N o : 201 0-526 Year o l Issu a nce: 2007 Description of Property : P A RKD ALE L O T S 7 A ND 8 BLOCK 1 AND S Y2 V ACATED ALLE Y A BUTIING T O NORTH PLAT B O O K/ PAGE : 1 9 / 1 3 S EC-TWP R G E : 1 6-29 1 8 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N ame(s) in which assesse d : WSW INC Said property being in t he Cou nty ol Hillsboro u gh S t ate of F lorida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property desc r i bed i n s uch certilica t e shall be so l d to the h i ghest b i dder a t the J ury Audi t orium 2nd F loo r George E E dgecomb Co ur t h o u se 800 E ast Twiggs St r eet T ampa FL 33602 on the 19 t h day o f Augus t 2010 a t 10:00 A M ( N OTIC E : Please call ( 8 1 3 ) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to veri f y sal e location) D a ted this day ol .!.u.IY.Z!UO P A T F RANK Clerk 01 The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida B y : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d i sab ility who needs any accommodation In order to parti cipate In th i s proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certa i n assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Flori da (813) 276 8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service I s needed ; I I you a r e hearing or voic e I mpaired call 711. HOMES II FOR SALE Home For Sale AS IS Phone (813) 409-6778 East Tampa Business And Civic Association 6806 Waterton $150 ,000-4 Bedroom Double Car Garage 121 05 Fox Bloom $135 ,000-3 Bedroom Double Car Garage Up to $60 000.00 Available In Down Payment Assistance (813) 248-3977 II II East Tampa Business And Civic Association 2208 East 22nd Avenue 1219 East Cayuga 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Single Car Garage Up to $60 000.00 Available In Down Payment Assistance (813) 248 3977 BUYING A HOME FREE Home Buyers Workshop Credit Stink? Need a loan? Need a deal? 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FLORIDA S 'EN?'INEL-_-., . SECTION 65 YEARS SERVING TAMPA FRIDAY, JULY 30,2010 c Popular Celebritv Moderators Chosen For Technologv Bowl USSEITE CAMPOS-PEREZ Community Affairs Director, WFfS 1V ABC Action News BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On October 23rrl, the Computer Mentors Group will host its 5th Annual Technology Bowl. The event will be held at Hillsborough Community Col lege, Brandon Campus. This year, the event will take place in a "Family Feud sty l e, where teenagers on various teams will com-MICHELLE ROBINSON President, Verizon Southeast Region BOB McCANN JETIE B. WILDS WTMP Radio Personality Vice President Client Solutions, Nielsen Company pete for the prizes utilizing their knowledge of computers and technol ogy. This year, a group of popular Tampa celebrities will serve as the Modera tors. The panel will include: Ms. Lissette Campos-Perez, Community Affairs Director for WFTS 1V ABC Ac tion 10 News ; Ms. Michelle Robinson, Pr es ident of Verizon Southeast Region ; Bob McCann, Vice Presi-dent of Client Solutions Nielsen Com pany; Jetie B. Wilds, WfMP Radio personality; and Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor. There will also be ad ditional surprise moderators that will entertain those in attendance. The Technology Bowl is a compe tition where teams of teenage youth are the featured guests. The teams repre sent various organizations busi nesses, and other corporations. This JANE CASTOR Tampa Police Chief year, they are competing for $w,ooo in technology prizes. This year's sponsors include the Nielsen Company, and Suncoast For Kids foundation (Suncoast Scliools Federal Credit Union) among others. For more information or to sign up to volunteer or support the event, visit the CMG website at httt>: //www.com putermentor.org or call813-236-1191. Communitv Holds First Bolt Tournament BY IRIS' B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the Carver C i ty and Lincoln Gardens Civic As sociation recently h eld a golf tournament designed to bring the community together The event, which was held at the MacDill :Air Force Base, was held on June 30th Wilson Robertson, Vice President of the Carver City Lincoln Gardens Civic Associa tion said, "We have 650 families living in the area. We are just trying to encourage people to come out and be a part of the ,association." The tournament was successful in bringing out golfers of all ages and genders. Ms. Debra York was among the golfers. Brothers Gerald and Michael Carter participat e d a l ong with father a nd so n Maurice Harvey a nd Maurice Harvey, Jr. Wilson Robertson, Jr., and his brother Luarther Robertson, Rufus Lewis, Wilbert Cotton, Tony Marion, a nd Attorney Ricky Williams were also partici pants. Rufus Lewis served as the Golf Tournament Coordinator and Maurice Harvey, Sr., is the President of the Civic Asso ciation. Robertson further stated that the organization is grateful to those residents who took part in the event. He hopes that even more residents from the community will participate in other events. The first place team winners of the First Golf Tournament of Carver City-Lincoln Gardens were Gerald Carter, Rufus Lewis, Michael Carter, and Maurice Ha..Vey, Jr. The second place team winners in the First Annual Carver City-lincoln Gardens Golf Tournaments were Wilson Robertson, Jr., Wilbert Cotton, Tony Marion, and Luarthur Robertson. Among those participating in the first Carver City-Lincoln Gardens GolfTournament were from left to right: Herbert Dixon, Ms. Debra York, Maurice Harvey, Sr., and Atty. Ricky Williams, Third Place winners.

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Centre For Girls Artists Communitv Survival .Dav To Feature Free Phvsicals, Health Screenings Recognized Bv Children's Gallerv <( c a: u. C a: u. c z <( c en w ::::J ..... > a: w > w c w ::z:: en :::i lXI ::::J 0.. z w ..J ..J ::::J lXI _j w z z w en <( c a: 0 ..J u. (.) I N w e, BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The KidZCreate Children s Art Gallery at the Children 's Board of Hillsborough County has collaborated with a group of eleven 14-year-olds from the Centre For Girls to create an exhibit called Pearls Of Wisdom: Discov er ing The Gems Within The exhibit is on display at the Children 's Board, 1002 E. Palm Avenu e Paula Allen, Dir ecto r of the KidZCreat e Children s Art Gallery, said the art will be on display until th e e nd of Octo ber. Another displa y called 'My Children My Africa, will go to Stageworks. Those p a inting s were don e by the Palm River Point CDC." "All of the pieces are created by children under the guid ance of a professional mentor. All of the children have natural artistic talent and we just sit back and allow them to ex press themselves We want them all to shine. Allen said their new pro gram is working with 4 and 5 year olds, but they actually don't have an age limit. "Our focus is really more on elementary schoo l students. We try to work with school systems and groups the Child ren s Board funds. Right now, we're creating art for St. Joseph 's Hospital. This photo displays work done by one of the students involved with Kid.ZCreate. On Saturday, August 14th Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott and Lady Marva Scott, and the 34th Street Church of God, will sponsor Commu nity Survival Day. This is in association with "Fa mily Fest 2010 The Year of the Breakthrough," currently going on at the church. Four specialists from the University of South Florida will speak about their areas of expertise. From 9 a.m. until 10 a.m., Dr. Erich Wyckoff will talk about female bleeding and fi broids; from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m., Dr. Rafael Carrion will talk about the diagnosis and management of prostate problems; from 11 a.m to 12 p.m., Dr. Valerie Whiteman will talk about women preparing for pregnancy, and from 12 p.m. until I p.m. Dr. Lennox Hoyte will talk about bladder control prob lems in women. From 9 a.m. unti112 p.m., Community Survival Day eve nts will be taking place at AI Barnes Park (18th Street Park). Free food, games, school supplies health phys icals, HIV-AJDS tests, and health screenings will be featured there as well as at 34th Street Church of God on the corner of 34th Street and 21st Avenue. Dr. Hoyte said this is his DR. LENNOX HOYfE first year associated with the event, and he is honored. "I will be among several doctors from USF as well as residents, and medical students. "One event I'm looking for war d to is the demonstration of the Da Vinci Surgical Ro botic S ystem, commonly used to perform hysterectomies and for the treatment of other surgical problems." Dr. Hoyte said it s important the community take ad vantage of this event as all of the services are free, includ ing back-to-school physicals performed by USF health physicians and nurses. 'This is the perfect time"to come and learn more about your health. We hope to be able to answer all questions and make people feel at ease with certain medical proce dures and examinations. Dr. Hoyte is the Director of the Female Pelvic Medi cine and Reconstructive Sur gery at USF. He is also an attending obstetrician/gyne cologist at Tampa General Hospital, and maintains an active clinical practice Dr. Hoyte received his Master's Degree in Electrical Engineer and Computer Sci ence from MIT his MD de gree from Stanford Medical School. He completed 4 years of residenc training in Ob stetrics and Gynecology at the Brigham and Women's/Massachusetts General Hospital joint program. For more information about this event, call (813) 248-6548. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com.

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36th Vickers-Ward FamiiV Reunion The Vickers-Ward family gathered in Tampa rec e ntly for th e ir 36th fami l y reunion. Their theme was Return To Your First Love ... Family Unity. (Photos by Julia Jackson) These Vickers family members are Mildred Vickers, Linda Mitchell, Janice Vickers and Lester Vickers, Jr. Celestine V. Kennedy at the Vickers-Ward reunion. )> c: C) c: CJ) -t r 0 c )> CJ) m z :::! z m Sisters enjoying the reunion: Joycelyn, Kimberly (from Texas), and Shawn Vickers. Julian Jackson did a mime/praise dance for the reunion. Robbie from Michigan and Loretta from Alabama were r;"' among reunion guests in town. Kendrick Meek is the Real Democrat In this race. He is working every day to bring jobs to the state and get Florida's economy working again for middle-class Floridians. Kendrick Meek has served our community for over 16 years as a legislator and successfully fought to reduce class sizes for our children. Kendrick Meek fought Jeb Bush's plan to eliminate affirmative action In Florldas colleges and state lnstHutlons. Kendrick and State Rep. Tony Hill sat outside the Governor's office for 25 hours protesting Bush's plan. Kendrick Meek Is the only U.S. Senate candidate who will stand with President Obama to create good-paying jobs; provide quality, affordable health care to working families; and create a strong education system for our children. r r m :::! z c: m c CJ) :I: m c m < m :::D -< -t c: m CJ) c )> z c c

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0 Local Macedonia M. B. Church Youth In Action The Macedonia M. B. Church Youth In Action preC sented the Oratorical a: LL Contest and Dinner July 31 w at the College Hill Conference Center. The theme was "Yes I Can," Philippians 4:13. The Master of Ceremonies was Rickey Burney. Judges for the oratorical contest were Lucinda Askew, Connie Simmons and Jerome Smith. : . Other program participants were Helena Green, Paul Robinson, Rev. Larry Lepard and Pastor Joseph A. Sykes. The Youth In Action Counselors are: Sheryl Dianne Brown, Carol Brown, Yvonne Smith, Ernestine Gallon, Ophelia Jones and LaKeisa Smith. (Photos by Julia Jackson) ii: Connie and Alphonso Brown attended the service. Master of Ceremonies, Rickey Burney. University of Florida Gator ( starting linebacker) A J Oratorical contest winners in the elementary level: Dequavis Curry, Kandrea Reid and Angel Stokes. Jones attende d the service Middle School student winners: Kylah Fields, Calvin Young, while home visiting. and Terri Tiller. V A L E R Valerie Goddard Hillsborough County Commission District 3 Special Thanks to the Florida Sentinel for Your Endorsemeot & To the Citizens of District 3 for rour Support A MESSAGE FROM VALERIE GODDARD This year working families and small business owners have been hit hard during these tough economic times. As the Chairman of the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, I lead efforts to: Provide contract services to small business owners Maintain critical services in our community Increase emergency assistance to families I am honored to have worked in our community for over 20 years. As your next County Commissioner for District 3, I will continue to work to support families and expand business opportunities that will create more jobs in our c;:ommunity Now is the time to take action for CHANGE! Your vote counts and will shape the future of our community Vote for Valerie Goddard for Hillsborough County Commission, District 3. Campaign Line: (813) 443-1416 or Email: lntoOvalerlegoddard.com Pollttoel edwoliMio"' pllld lor .nd llppiOII*I by \looloM H W Dlmoc!lot. lor Ocully OammiMion Dllb1clt S.

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oP----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Local Crime Watch Group Holds National Night Out Celebration Middleton High Class Of 1958 C On A u g u s t 3rd, the Rainb ow H e i ghts Crime b e r s of his congregation The y all walked th e community of Rainbow H e i ghts, led by the Rainbo w H e i ghts Crime Walch President Estella Acree. Th e Middleton High Schoo l Class of 1958 will meet Friday (today), August 1 3, 2010, 5:30 p. m at the District 3 Sector Police Office, 3808 N. 22nd St. Also, mark your calendars for the next meeting A u gust 27 2010, same time and place a: Watch Association h e ld a Nationa l N i g ht Out u.. Cel ebration. John Shipp, President; Rose Pearl Gambrell Jones, R epo rt er. c a: u.. c z w c w :::z:: en :J m ::::) Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m I ..J w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..J I.L. (.) I CD w (.!) 11.-t:lur has a Proven Commitment to our Community and to Progress. 9-21 Branch Library Luther King, Jr. Boulevard Tampa, FL 33610 Hours of Operation: I Oam -6pm County Center 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 26th Floor Tampa, FL 33602 Hours of Operation: 9am-Spm Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library 2902 Wes t Bearss II venue Tampa, FL. 33618 Hours of Operation: I Oam-6pm VOTE August24th She fights for Jobs, Education, and Economic Opportunities for all and She won't Give Up. ------------------Jor-------------------c 0 N G R E s s Paid for and approved by Castor for Congress Democmt 30 I West Platt Street, #385 Tampa, FL 33606 813-454-9080 www. castorforcongress. com

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"'T1 State News :rJ legislation Will Help Keep Teachers In Classrooms, Help Fund Medicaid WASHINGTON D. C.-Thousands of Florida t eac hers will k ee p their jobs, and Florida s struggling budge t will receive a helpful shot in th e arm since the U. S. Hous e of R ep r ese ntativ es passed legislation that will save thousands of education jobs a nd avoid more dra s ti c layoffs and c uts vital lif e line to states to avoid la yoffs. "As students prepare to return to the classroom, parents and e ducators can rest a bit eas i e r knowin g that teachers will not b e laid off due to s t a t e budget c uts, Castor said. We will b e saving jobs in e ducation and making sure our children rec eive th e e ducation and vital health services they depend upon gressional District 11, which includes parts of Hillsborough, Pinellas and Manatee Counties, schools will rec e ive approximately $36 million. That transl ates into roughly 580 save d education job s in the elementary, middl e and high schools. Medicaid serves about 2. 7 million Floridians. The federal Medicaid C: match, known as the Federal Medical Assistance Percentage, or FMAP, is par-..... ticularly important during an economic _w downturn when the state struggles to balance its budget. ;:; Congresswoman Kathy Castor h as been championing th e job-saving effo rt for many months. The E du cat ion Jobs and Medicaid Assistance Act provides a Florida will receive approximately $555 million to support an es tim ated 9,200 ed ucation jobs. In Castor's ConTh e mon ey must b e us e d to create and save jobs It cannot be u se d for general admini s trati ve expe ns es The Medicaid component of the legi s l a tion will h e lp millions in the state. Florida is expected to receive just under $8oo million That's in addition to $4.3 billion Castor previously secured for Florida under the American Recovery aP-d Rein vestment Act. ;..:. ......... we've got SAVINGS tor EARlY BIRDS From Aug. 15 to Sept. 12, you can buy 25% OFFTICKOS to the shows marked with.an EARlY BIRD, in select seating areas and for select performances within a run Visit STRAZCENTER.ORG today for complete details and restrictions by show. Broadwav BUY SEASON TICKETS AND SAVE! 9 to 5: The Musical Dreamgirls Berlin's White Christmas Fiddler on the Roof Cirque Dreams Holidaze .t0 The Color Purple Disney's Beauty and the Beast *Billy Elliot the Musical West Side Story Jersey Boys Shrek the Musical til!{) Hair "tl{) Mamma Mia! "Billy Elliot the Music81 goes on sale to the public Aug. 29, and .Jtnwy Boys wiU go on sale Sept 12. 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.... 50th Birthdav Celebrated A soth birthd ay b as h f o r Atl anta, GA r es i de nt Dr. Debra Bostick-Smith was h e l d a t her uncl e s bu s in e ss, Ybor City 's Blue Sha rk. Dr. Bostick-Smith i s a princi p a l in the A tl a nt a co mmuni ty (Photos by Julia Jackson) Sisters celebrating with other family and friends: Glenda Coleman and Dr. Debra Bostick-Smith. conon Club Scenes Partygoers enjoy hanging out a t th e Cotton C lub i n Wes t Tampa. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Victor Newman on the scene. I "Jay" having fun at the West Tampa night spot. "TAN" Left to right: Jacqueline Wilds, Glenda Coleman, Terri Smith, George Wilds, birthday celebrant, Dr. Debra Bostick-Smith, Cindy Lewis and Cynthia Williams. Celebration Ollile A cel ebra ti o n o f life p arty was h e ld for Shawn Brown at the Blue Shark. Famil y and friends were t h ere to hono r him (Photos by Julia Jackson) The gues t of honor, talented musician Shawn Brown. Misty Lovett wus there to h elp him celebrute. Guitarist, Ricky. LEWIS TANKS His musicians w e r e als o the r e to honor-him: Drumme r "Lucky."


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