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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area cc Q a: 0 ....I LL. VOL 65 NO. 103 TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2010 24 PAGES 75 More Than 9,000 Have Voted Earty SEE PAGE 6 Barbersllop 7 To Give Away 1,000 Backpacks SEE PAGE 9 Playwrigllt Hopes Wort Will Help Ministers SEE PAGE 9 ver n tin rreste a1or ru n rea SEE PAGE 2 STATE DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAIR VISITS WITH EDITORIAL BOARD Karen Thurman, Chairman of the Florida Democratic Party, visted with the Sentinel Editorial Board on Monday while touring the 1-4 Corridor. Thurman, a past Congresswoman, was encouraged to focus on educating the community on the positive points of the Democratic Party and to get the vote out in this crucial election year. From left to right are: Sentinel President, C. Blythe Andrews, Ill, businessman Wilbert Mal ph us, Publisher Kay Andrews, Democratic Party Chair, Karen Thurman, Editor Gwen Hayes, and columnist, Ran dolph Kinsey. Ms. Thurman was accompanied by Gayle Andrews, Tallahassee Political Consultant. (Photography by BRUNSON)

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c o Feature Nl------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------..... en ::J ::J < >=' < c en over 33 Arrests In Progress Village Area Target Maior Drug Ring A drug investigation that .,_ began in December 2008 has resulted in the arrests of indi viduals in two states. Police said the investigation identi fied the leaders of several al leged gang members and an operation that, if legitimate, would have been a million dol lar corporation. The joint investigation led to arrests and indictments in the Palm River, Sampson Park, Progress Village, and Riverview communities of more than 33 residents in Hillsborough and Manatee counties. Police began making the arrests last week. According to Dep. Larry McKinnon, spokesman for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office the continuing C investigation is a joint operaa: tion between the U. S. AttorLL 0 ney's Office the Hillsborough z County Sheriffs Office, and < the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). The investigation known as w Operation Under Pressure," ::J ..... > a: w > w c w :I: en :::::i D ::J a. z w ...J ...J ::J D I ...J w z z w en began as a probe into gang ac tivity in the Progress Village and Palm River areas of the county. As the investigation continued, police identified the drug trafficking operation. The early stages of the inves tigation revealed during trans actions with local alleged gang members that the narcotics were being imported from Mexico into the United States. Those identified and arrested have been federally indicted, polic e said Dep. McKinnon s aid the inve s tigation l e d poli ce to McAlle n T exas whe r e they id e ntifi e d th e drug di st ribu tion point th a t w as s upplyin g di s tributor s in Palm River and Progr e ss Vill age They w e re also able to identify and a rrest individuals accused of trans porting and supplying drug fractions m Hillsborough County. Dep. McKinnon said th e investigation rev e aled that th e drugs were delivered to mem bers of the Latin Life Asso-dates, operating out of Trop ical Acres in Riverview. The Latin Life Associates are alleged to have then dis tributed to the Progress Village Boys and the Samson Park Boys. Those alleged gangs are said to have filtered the drugs down to members of the Palm River Boys, 58th Street Boys, and the EightDeuce Click. This investigation is far from over. We are anticipating at least anoth e r 30 indict ments in th e futur e," Dep. McKinnon s aid Th e arres t s include: Victor Edgar Orozco, 22 of McAlle n Te x as. Michael Krasel, 59, a nd Jeffrey Earnest, 56 of Manate e County who w e re identified as alleg e d tran s porters. Individuals arre sted in Hillsborough Coun ty include Rivervi e w resident s who are alle g ed Latin Life Associates: Daniel Lopez, 39 Ricardo Gonzalez, 22 Jesus Carreon, 22 Reynaldo Perez, 21, Eleazar "Jr." Soto, 25, and 23-year-old Elias "Lee" Soto. Residents of Sampson Park taken into custody are : 27year-old Anthony "Amp" Johnson, Sammie "Lil Sam" Wallace, 25, Antonio "Boofay" Palmer, 24, and 45-year-old George Christopher Green. Progress Village residents ar rested were: Terrance "Dip" Taylor, 22, Martis "Lil Marty" Bunton, Jr., 29, and Marquis "Quis" Bruce, 26. Poli ce arrested alleged Palm River Boys and 58th Street Boys, Emmanuel Dixon, 26 Leondre Jones, 23 James Green, 21, Ramon Massie, 24, Lawrence Lillie, 18, Antwan Ryals, 25 and Elja Lindsey, 30. Progress Village Boys and Eight-Deuce Click al leged members taken into custody were: Antjuan Lewis McClendon, 25 Carlos "Short Dog" Green, 36, Lopez Drug T1111fidlng OJ'gMlizlltion "Tropical Acas" Rlwrvlew Fl Jose Mendoza, 21, Otis "Sporty" Wright, 41, Frederick "D-Boy" Livingston, 26, Jeffrey "Real" Reid, 31, Lavar "Pack" McBride, 27, Timothy "T" Thompkins, 20, and 37-year-old Melvin Canady. The charges ranged from de livery of crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school, delivery of crack cocaine within 1,nooo feet of a playground, felon in possession of a handgun, traf ficking in cocaine, conspiracy to possession the intent to dis tribute 5 kilograms or more of cocaine, among others. Police have seized 1 pound of crack cocaine, $1,200 of marijuana, 40 kilos of pow dered cocaine and more than $6oo,ooo in cash and pro perty. Thirteen vehicles, in cluding a 1972 Chevrolet Impala, have been seized along with automatic weapons, handguns, water craft, and trailers. The street value of the narcotics is esti mated at $2.5 million dollars police said. I Ororal'S Drug I Orplizalion.Workers Gonzalez, Ricardo l (Rich) 12129/1987 < c Carreon, Jesus 09129/1987 Soto, Eleazar "Jr." 01/08186 a: 0 ...J LL Massie, Ramon 07127186 I Sampson Park I Johnson, Anthony 08/17/83 Lillie, Lawrence' Ryals, Antwan 0312311992 04116ts6 Lindsey, Elja 09117ns Livingston, Frederick "D-boy" 03/10184 Progress Village Boys "Pack'' 0912411982 Thompkins, Timothy "T" 10123189 \

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Feature ffi C/) c Teenager lniured In Double Shooting Dies ; BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Thursday, a t eenage r was a rrested a nd charged with shootin g two t ee nagers at an East T a mp a apartment. On e of the t ee nag e rs die d after b e ing disconnected from life support on Frida y According to police, Byron Patty, Jr., 17, and 18-yearold Alonzo Jones were among a group of young men who were on the back porch of an apartment in the 1900 of E 24th Avenue, rolling dice. Shortly before 11 p.m., a masked suspect, armed with a handgun approached the teenagers and demanded money. At som e point during the confrontation th e s u s pect fired a s ingl e shot at th e v ic tim s, t o ok prope rt y and fle d the sce n e Both Patty a nd Jones wer e tran s port e d to Tampa G e n e r a l Hospital, wh e r e they w e r e a dmitt ed. Jones was in stabl e condition. Patty wa s pla ce d on life support Polic e said th e bulle t travele d through Jones' bod y and struck Patty in the back of the head. Patty was disconnecte d from life support and pronounced dead on Saturday morning. Lightning Strikes Twice Elder Michelle Patty said the shooting of her grandson BYRON PATrY, SR. ... Killed April 23, 1994 brought back tragic memories from 16 years ago. Patty's father, Byron Patty, Sr., di e d a t th e hands o f a n arm e d robb e r. Sh e s t ated th a t eve n th e w a y in which s h e w as notifie d w as ee ril y s imil a r Elder Patty sa id th a t s h oo tin g too k p l ace o n April 23, 1 994 T h ey say tha t li ghtning doesn t strike in the sam e pl ace t w i ce. But thi s i s lik e livin g that night a ll ove r a g ain. M y husband, (Jesse) w a s working out of to w n when I r ece ived a t e l e ph o n e call fro m Byron's mothe r, (Ms. Orkiya Andrews) t e llin g m e th a t I n ee d e d to g e t to T a mpa G enera l Hospita l because Byron h a d be e n s hot during a robb ery. "Byron Jr, w a s onl y 8 m onths-o ld w h en hi s f at her, 21-year-old Byron Patty, Sr., was shot and kill e d On 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 PmltJsslonal StJIIIictJI Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No fee Investigators H there is a dispute on how the accident ocoured 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 ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week BYRON PATrY, JR. .. Died August 14, 2010 Thursday night, she called again to tell us that we needed to get to Tampa General bec a u se her son Byron, Jr., had b ee n shot. Byron, Jr., was his f athe r 's o nl y child. Thi s time m y hu s b a nd was home." Elder Patty said th a t eve n the circums t a nces of the s hootings mirro r e d each o th er. Byron, Sr., h a d b ee n playin g c ard s in a motel room w h e n he w a s killed His o nl y child w a s rolling dice We h a d warne d Bryon, Sr., o f th e dan ge rs of th e stree t a nd h e th o u ght that h e w a s out o f harm' s way b y r enting the mot e l r o om to play cards Asking For Prayers Elder Patty s a id h e r family has r ece ived s u c h an outpour ing of concern from the com munity a nd the y are apprecia t i ve o f it Sh e i s asking the communi ty t o p r a y f o r th em. "We are a C h r i s ti a n famil y an d we will n o t qu esti on God W e we r e told th a t the bull e t passed throug h the othe r t ee n a g e r s body and struc k Byron in t h e back o f the h ea d Th i s was jus t hi s way to l eave thi s ea rth. n About Byron B orn o n June 2 1 1 993, Byron was th e seco nd child o f Ms. Orkiya Andrews. H e h as a n old e r s i s t e r Stankiya Williams, and a younger broth e r Tah-Jay Sanders. Ms. Andrews s aid h e r s on lov e d football ba se ball li s ten ing to music and dres sing and lo e d playing di ce. "Byron w a s a p erfectionis t and h e score d in the top 2 0 % in the n a tion on his t es t c or e s " I did not c ompromis e with raising m y childre n T h ey we r e t a u ght to b e res p ec t f ul and h e w as. He loved hi s f a mi l y a nd h e l ove d his f ri ends H i s g r andmothe r said Byron attende d the public sch o ol s of Hill sboroug h County H w ould h a v e b ee n a r e turnin g e nior a t Middl t o n Hig h S choo l whe n c lasses b eg in n ext w ee k H e pl a nn e d to b e com e a b a rb e r a ft e r g r a d u a tin g Sh e furthe r s t a t e d tha t h e was a m embe r of Vi ctory T a b erna cl e Churc h H e h a d a cc epte d God s e v e r a l y ears a g o, but h e h a d r e new e d his r e lation with God about a yea r ago. REGINALD JENKINS ... Arrested fleeing the scene He is also survived by other grandparents, great grandparents, aunts, cousins, other famil y memb e rs and friends Funeral services for Byron wilL b e h eld on Saturday A u g u s t 28th at 2 p.m., at The C ente r For Manifestation. Wil s on s Fun e r a l Home is in ch a rg e of handling arrangement s. Organ Donor Elder Patty stated that a lthough hi s mother i s grie v ing the loss of her son she has d ecided to use his death to help others Ms. Andrews has decided to donate her s on s organs to help others. I think she should be com m ended tha t at a time like this, s h e i s reaching out to others. Byron was a very giv ing person and in this way he c C/) will continue to give life t o someone in need of a transplant that will save his or her life His organs should help N about six other people to liv e." The Arrest Shortly after the shooting uniform police officers on patrol observed a teenager running from the scene and took him into custody. He has been identified as 17-year-old Reginald Jenkins. He has been charged with the murder of Byron Patty and the attempted murder of Alonzo Jones. He has also been charged with 2 counts of armed robbery, being a felon in possession of a handgun, and violation of probation on burglary charges. He is being held without bond at the Hillsborough County Jail on Orient Road. 0 Adding to the tragedy, Elder Patty said that the young man accused of the rob-bery and murder and her 0 grandson were acquaintances ::tl because their two families are friends en Elder Patty said she is m friends with a relative of Jenkins and her heart goes z out to them as well. "We have m to deal with this tragedy but r;their journey is just beginning He is looking at being behind 1 bars for the rest of his life and J;; he' s only 17. It' s just a tragedy :i all the way around." z 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 Down? Do You Need To Save Your Home From Foreclosure? Do Owe More Than Wort)\? m < m ::tl -< c m C/) c ?( l> z c ., :!! c ?(

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0 editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193Q-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 TOYNETIA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages ol this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher I The Year 01 Political Sleaze I i: T he year 2010 has got to do down in history as Florida's year of "POLITICAL SLEAZE!" Indeed, z every time we get another piece of sleazy political ad< vertisement in the mail or listen to another uncontrolled emotional political rant, we give the target political candidate ten points. No doubt, dirt-slinging and race-baiting candidates 1-believe voters will swallow anything spoken or sent out in the mail as the gospel truth. In truth, however, much of what we've been hearing from certain political W magpies is flat-out "misinformation", twisting of factual information, slander and downright lies. Consequently, we encourage voters to do their home:::i work on every political candidate and send the "mudslinging" candidates a clear message that voters can c.. see clearly through the muck. Furthermore, we believe Z candidates should run on their qualifications, political Jij platforms within the responsibilities of the offices for j which they are competing and the promises which they can deliver. Attacking a political opponent is not what _:, voters want to hear. w z i= z w en < c Therefore, we say, "Enough is enough!" Tell us what you have done for us lately, and what you plan to do in the future. Any other message is a waste of our time! ---------------a: o I Li I The Sentinel I I I I I I Recommendations I For Au&JlSl 26th Primary; County Commission I I District 2 I 1 U.S. Senate Victor Crist 1 Kendrick Meek County I U.S. Representative District 3 I I Kathy Castor Valerie Goddard or I I Governor Les Miller I I Alex Sink Circuit Court Judge I Attorney General I Group4 1 Pam (R ) I Dan Gelber (D) Zilia Vasquez d I I State Representative County Court Ju ge I District 12 1 Jim Norman Dick Greco, Jr. I I State Representative School Board District 2 I I District 47 Candy Olson 1 1 Brian Blair School Board District 4 I 'lilt 1 State Representative Richard Bartels I W District 55 School Board District 6 I Darryl Rousson April Griffin I White House Watch D o you want to impeach President Barack Obama? Do you want to take back America from him? Do you want to bring him to jus tice? Do you want to help Republican house minority leader, John Boehner to bring him down? Then all you have to do is be a member of white house watch. Notice that I did not capitalize the words white house be cause apparently it is an organization of small people headed by a small, for lack of a better word, man Floyd Brown. Before you can do any of the things above, you must qualify To do so, you must first be a small-minded, feebl y dis guised racist. You must pre tend to be patriotic and profess to have an undying love for America. Then you have to be a pure unadulter ated, stomp-down Obama hater. You don t need any reason to hate Obama except that he is Welc ome to the 15,000 visiting members of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine (A.E.A O N M .S., Inc ) a nd its women's auxiliary the Daugh ters of Isis. Tampa has rolled out the red carpet and lit the top of the Sun Trust Tower in the organi zation s colors, red yellow and green. An extension of Prince Hall Freemasonry, the mem bers known as Prince Hall Shriners are dedicated to the principle of fostering civic, economic and educational de velopment programs through out the world. Having raised over $30,000 for the Haiti Relief effort; pro vided funding for a National Diabetes Initiative of educa tion and awareness; initiated a Shriners as Mentors program targeting Black male youths; provided scholarship assis tance to low-income students for college and trade schools; and donated thousands of dol lars to our local schools and charitable causes while in Tampa; I was inspired to share some of this illustrious organi zation's and its founder's his tory with you, today an African American who hap pens to be President of the United States. Finally, you have got to truly want to see Barack Obama fail as President of the United States. It doesn't matter that if President Obama fails, America fails It doesn't matter about all the good things that Obama has done as Presi dent. The only thing that mat ters is that Mr. Obama is a Black man and he is President of the United States Now for the good stuff. As a bona fide member of white house watch, you get to send old Floyd $100 of your hard earned cash dollars. But, $100 is a small amount to pa y to join Floyd in hating Pres. Obama. Man, this is exciting stuff Of course you can join the Republicans in hating Pres. Obama for free. Please stop your celebrating, as a member of white house watch. You don't get a chance to watch the white house, but y ou do get the right to sign a Prince Hall was born in the British West Indies became a s l ave of a Boston area leather crafter William Hall, in the late 1 740's. Taught leather crafting by his owner Hall was given his freedom in 1710. He later opened a successful leather goods shop and worked as a caterer. Hall's entry into the social and polit ical equality arena began in the 1770 's during the Revolution ary War. Having applied twice for membership in White Free Masons groups in the Boston area, Hall and 14 other free Blacks were finally accepted by a British army lodge of Free Masons on March 6,1775. Prince Hall was made a Master Mason in Irish Consti tutional Military Lodge No. 441. A few months later (July 3, 1775), as the lodge prepared to leave the area, Prince Hall and other Black members formed African Lodge No One, becoming the first lodge of Black Free and Accept Ma sons in the world. From this point on Hall and the Masons became politically active and organized the Black communitY on issues of slavpledge to support the tan man and part time professional golfer, John Boehner in a move to impeach President Barack Obama. Yep! That's right. Old Floyd wants the tough talking tan man to initiate impeachment proceedings against President Barack Obama. According to what's his name, Mr. Obama has made an un constitutional power grab of land, food production, water and energy Barack Obam.a has robbed our treasury of millions of dol lars, destroyed our automobile industry, took control of pri vate banks, oversaw the firing of corporate officers and set their salaries For these reasons, Pres. Obama must be brought to justice. Man for Pres. Obama to do all of that by himself and in spite of Repub lican opposition, this Obama fellow must be one "bad dude. He is more powerful than all of the United States government. Oh, by the way, Floyd, I got your letter and your pledge card. I want to show it to my great grandchildren. I want them to see just how screwed up some people in this world used to be. ery, equality of public educa tion, economic equality, the Back-to-Africa movement) stopped the kidnapping and ensla v ement of free Blacks from Massachusetts ; helped end the slave trade in Massa chusetts; and formed the first school for Black in Massachu setts. In 1784, Hall's group re ceived a Charter from the Grand Lodge of England and formed African Lodge No. 459 under Hall's leadership. Later Hall expanded the Lodge to Providence Rhode Island Philadelphia and today the organization ex tends around the world. When Hall died in 1807 the Masons renamed their order after him. Today, September 7th, is cel ebrated as Prince Hall Day In 1893, thirteen Prince Hall Ma sons organized what is known today as the Imperial Council of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles Mystic Shrine of North and South America and Its Jurisdiction, Incorpo rated. The story of the impact of Black Freemasons on the his tory and progress of Blacks in American communities is told in the names of its members such as Paul Robeson, Thurgood Marshall, Duke Ellington, Absalom Jones, Richard Allen, Jesse Jackson, W.E.B. DuBois, Booker T. Washington, Count Basie and thousands of others. So to every Black Prince Hall Freemason and Prince Hall Shriner, we say Thank You and Harambee!

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Horoscopes/soaps Fictures From The Fast -(/) HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--Intuition guides your actions this year. Power and will are only pmt of the equation. You need stimulating surroundings to drive your inspiration, and you use your persona to shape your environment. Redecorate, refresh colors and rein vigorate your experience. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-On vacation or not, handle your re sponsibilities as though y ou re the group leader. Oth e rs respect your opinions and everything goes smoothly. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You feel super luck y today, as you get time to yourself to devote to a pet project. Gather data early, mull it over at lunch and then push forward. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Your favorite people come up with some expansive ideas that require more support than you can give today. Send for reinforcements Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-It's never too early (or late) to get a good laugh. Use your insight and wry humor to get a difficult point across. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Dig deeper into your research materials to identify essential information. Until you do that, you won t know how to apply yourself to the project. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You don't have to bend over backward to help others now. All you need is patience and deter mination. Everything works out beautifully. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Research the venue and party details before getting dressed. This evening can be great fun, and may even impact your business It's worth it Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Focus on higher values and refuse to be dragged into unpleasant arguments. You have too much to get accomplished for that distraction. Aries (March 21-April19) -If y ou were the onl y one in volved, your transformative thoughts would work just fine Others have their own ideas, though Compromise Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Don t expect to revolutionize your world today. Instead, make steady effort to change minor de tails. They eventually add up significantly. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-With major opportunities in the balance pursue your desires but take extra care. Someone pushes much harder for their agenda now. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-You can choose to perceive ob stacles in your path, or you can optimistically move forward know ing that you re headed toward the goal. SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN -JR calls Scott out on being a thief; Damon and Colby offer Asher some cash; Ryan leaves the hospital against Kendall's wishes. JR tries to convince Marissa not to leave him; Annie asks JR to bum the proof that Scott stole Palmer s idea; David questions Kendall and Zack as to why they returned to Pine Valley. AS THE WORLD TURNS -Chris and Katie make love; Henry asks Barbara an important question. Noah discusses his future in L.A. with Luke; a fire starts in the Fairwinds Wine Cellar BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Ridge punches Liam ; Stephanie gives Oliver a pep talk about not giving up on Hope ; Liam saves Hope from a pack of harassing paparazzi; Ridge tries to convince Steffy not to sell her shares of Forrester Creations Liam tells Hope a little about his past; Ridge asks Steffy for forgiveness and requests that she return to Forrester Creations; Katie learns about the tampered video tribute and becomes troubled that Bill was hiding information from her. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Nicole begs Brady to forgive her; Chloe worries Nathan will tell Daniel about her affair ; Rafe asks Victor for advice on how to work Nicole; Stephanie tries to hack into the' St. Mary's computer records; Stefano aims to get Will on board with the wedding. Doug and Julie try to talk Hope out of pleading guilty; Daniel and Carly are worried about Melanie; Ste fano suggests to Sami that they bury the hatchet; Daniel thanks Carly for making an effort with Chloe; Lexie learns about EJ and Sami's wedding. GENERAL HOSPITAL Carly and Spinelli hatch a plan; Brook Lynn drugs Dante; Patrick confronts Lisa about her stalking behavior. Lulu finds Brook and Dante in a compromising position; Robin finds her medication missing; Jason and Sam are reunited. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Blair reveals to Eli that Kelly thinks he's a murderer; Jessica confronts Ford about having sex with her; David and Dorian argue, then kiss. Starr is upset that Langston has accepted a date with James; Tea talks to Greg about her decision to shut Todd and Dani out of her final days; John hauls Ford off for questioning. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Nikki wonders if Victor can iet go of the past; Billy and Victoria make their apologies. Chloe forces Ronan's hand; Lily has a touching offer for Traci. Attending the Black and White Ball are Oscar Simmons; Don Latson and Henry Bell. Attending an event at the Airport Hilton Hotel in 1985 are La Shan Green, Usa Allen, Nicbole Oats and Sandra Thomas. In this photo are Tampa Urban League honorees: Sylvia Grinan, Dayle Greene and Sherlyn Roberts. )> c: C> c: ...... ...... 1\) 0 ...... 0 "" r-0 I (/) m z z m r-Ill c: rrm ::::! z '"C c: r::D r-c;; :::t m c m < m c: m (/) c )> z c "" c

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0 Letter To The Editor ..... en ::> (!) ::> <( Voter Disillusioned Bv Political Attacks ..... >a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::> D.. z j:: w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z j:: z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL Endorsed 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 same .. ." Classroom Teachers Assoclotlon (CTA) Hillsborough School Employees Federation (HSEF) The Tampa Tribune .. none matches Griffin 'II energy, determination or attention to detail." La Gaceto Newspaper .. Independent fresh and unafraid . ." Racommended by the St. Petersburg Times Greater Tampa Association Of Realtors ... she does her homework .. ." Hillsborough County Farm Bureau Also Endorsed By: AFL.CIO The Teamsters Equality Florida PAC Local More Than 9,000 Participate In First Week 01 Earlv Voting BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Dr. Earl Lennard, Hills borough County Supervisor of Elections, released figures showing that 9,548 registered voters cast ballots during the first week of ea rly voting. The figures reflect votes cast on Monday August 9th, the first day of Early Voting, through Saturday, August 14th. Early Voting will end on Saturday, August 21st. The votes cast were as fol lows: Monday, 1,703; Tues day, 1,768; Wednesday, 1,612; Thursday, 1,621; Friday, 1,658; and Saturday, 1,057. There are 14 location s designated as Early Voting sites including the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 26th Floor, in downtown Tampa; the Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N. Falkenburg Road; and the Plant City, City Hall, 302 W. Reynolds Street, in Plant City. Open from 9 am to 5 pm and on Saturday. Public libraries are open between 10 am and 6 p.m., They 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 Man hattan; Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 2902 W Bearss Avenue; New Tampa Regional Library, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd.; Riverview Branch Library, 10509 Riverview Dr., Riverview; SouthShore Regional Library, 15816 Beth Shields Way, Ruskin; Temple Terrace Public Library, 202 Bullard 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. College Hill Crime Watch Group Addresses Communitv Problems BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The College Hill Crime Watch District V Police Citizen Advi sory held a meeting last week to address problems in their community. Crime Watch Advisory Chair man David Denson, said he would like to invite city offi cials to visit their community to see what they see on a dail y basis. The problems in this area mostly occur l ate at night and before daybreak. It is a tough job for the police to do it alone, and we need citizens to help police cleanup our streets and get rid of all the dope houses. n There are a lot of elderly cit izens in the area and some DAVID DENSON have gone home to be with the Lord without seeing a crime free neighborhood." The College Hill Crime Watch is 23 years old, and during the tenure of former Governor Lawton Chiles, he and his wife stopped by to visit the group. Also, congressman Sam Gibbons and wife walked through the public housing area and former Mayor Dick Greco came as early as 5 a.m. to help catch criminals in_ the area Denson said their priorities right now are to tear down a house at 2506 28th Avenue, clean up 25th Street from Lake Avenue to 26th Avenue and Lake Avenue to 26th Avenue on Machado. Also, Lake Av e nue to 26th Avenue on Potter Street, Lake Avenue to 26th Avenue on 23rd Street and Lake Avenue to 26th Avenue on 22nd Street continues to be problem areas. The District V Police Citizen Advisory group meets monthl y on the Wednesday after the 3rd Sunday from 6 pm. to 7 p.m. at the Lee Davis Center. Activist Urges Youth To End The Violence BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor One week ago 1 7-year -old Byron Patty, Jr., was mak ing plans for the upcoming school year. But instead of thinking about his high schoo l grad uation his family is plan ning hi s funeral. While grieving the death of her grandson, Elder Michelle Patty took a few moments to send a me sage to teenagers and young adults. That message is to stop the vi olence. When I arrived at the hospi tal th e h alls were lin e d witl1 all of hi s friend s and they wou ldn t leav e Wh e n th ey heard that Byron had been s hot they came to upport him. The same tl1ing happened when his father died and his friends lined the h alls of the hospital as well." Elder Patty, who is a com munity activist said this situa tion has replayed itself all too often among teenagers in our ELDER MICHEllE PATrY .. grandmother of Byron Patty, Jr. community. And she said there are no winners Fami li es on both sides suffer as a result of vio l enc Thi vio l ence has to stop. Thi is not television where someone gets shot and he gets up. This is real life and people do not get up. "These young kids don t have a clue about what they are doing with these guns. But it has to stop, tl1ere are too many yo ung people dying. We have to get a message to them. According to police, Byron Patty, Jr., 17, and 18-year-old Alonzo Jones were among a gro up of young men who were on the back porch of an apartment in the 1900 of E. 24th Avenue, rolling dice. Shortl y before 11 p.m., a masked sus pect, armed with a handgun approached the teenagers and demanded money. At some point during the confrontation the suspect fired a single shot at the victims, took propert) and fled the scene Botl1 Patty and Jones were transported to Tan1pa General Hospital where they were ad mitted with Jones in stable condition. Patty was placed on life support. Police said the bullet traveled through Jones body and struck Patty in the back of the head. Patty was disconnected from life support and pronounced dead on Saturda morning. Reginald Jenkins, 17, was arrested.

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EDWARD Edward, we would like to wish you a happy soth birthday with many more to come! Love, the family. The Picture Speaks For Itself LASHAWN, CHARLOTIE, BILL And BILL Family first Happy birthday Lil Bill and Bill, Sr., 8-11 and 8-17. Happv40th Birthdav DONNA BYRD There are two ways to live your lif e One i s as though nothin g i s a miracle. The other i s as though eve rythin g i s a mir acle RIGGINS, JR. Happy birthday, Lil Boy. From everyone. KELONDA YOUNG August17 P arents, Kenneth, Jr. and Terri; g randp a r e nts, Kenneth, Sr. and Elonda Young; g r ea t grandpare nt s, Lessie Hooks and Dorthy GI"imes .We all lov e you. Haoov Birthdav KAWANIS Happy birthday to my wife, Kawanis (Red) on August 17, 2010 Love, your husband, Jay. FYI Writers Alliance Meeting Planned The Tampa Writer s Al lian ce meeting has two events com in g up a t Barn es & Noble in Carrollwood, 11802 North Dale Mabry B o th events will take plac e from 7 p.m. to 9 p m., o n consecutive days The Critique Group, whi c h is chaired b y Larry Kokko, will meet on Wedne sday, August 25th. Anyone wis hing to contact Kokko can reach him at ( 7 2 7 ) 7 33-2186. The Poetry Group, chaired b y Warner Conarton, will meet o n Thursday, August 26th. Any one wishing to co nta ct Conarton can reach him at WarnerDConarton@ netscap e com. Pro s p e ctive m embers are welcome to attend both even t s. For additional infor mation contact Publicity P e r so n Adele Ida Walter at (813) 932-6902. The club 's pres ident is Chris Taylor (813) 996-2713. If y ou are an as piring write r do check u s out! Shriners Invite Public To Twilight Parade Wedn es d ay eveni ng A u gu t 18, 2010 the Shriners will host their big parade in Ybor City. The Twilight Pa rade kick s off promptly at 6:30 p. m. at Nuccio Parkway and 7th Avenue and travel down t o 19th St. Th e parad e i s exp ec t e d to l as t about 3 h ours. Seve ral unit s r epre e ntin g cities f r o m across the country will parti c ip ate. Local T. Jones Academv c: Grand Opening The A. T. Jones Math, Science and Technology Academy held its grand opening on Thursday, August 12. Program participants were: N Nicolina A. Stewart, CPA, Ph. D., Dr. Arthur T. Jones, Board Chairman; C ity Councilman Thomas Scott, State Representative o Betty Reed, Dr. Walter Smith, Lynn Gonzalez, and Principal, Brenda Kearse. (Photos by Julia Jackson) oWE ARE LOCAL! oSAVEMONEY o WIRELESS SYSTEMS HAVE YOU BEEN TURNE D DOWN BEFORE! ..... "" ..... 433-3628 or l813J ,a ..

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0 c; Loca N Pastor Marvin Winans Accepts Proclamation a: LL. C Pastor Marvin Wmans, right, of Perfecting Church, Detroit, z Michigan, accepted a Proclamation from the City of Tampa a: Wa-----------------------------------------------> c w :I: en ::::i m Get Out And Vote Earlv Now-Saturdav, August 21st z i= w ...J ...J m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL. SERVICES For REVEREND CLARENCE NATHAN As NewVictorf REv. AND MRs. cLARENcE Baptist Churc (DEIRDRE) NATHAN DR. WAYNE G. THOMPSON Pastor, First Baptist Institutional Church, St. Petersburg ... Guest speaker REV. DR. W. JAMES FAVORITE Pastor Beulah Baptist Inst i tutional Church .. perform the installat i on ay, August ii, 2010 4 P. M, Beulah Bapti :st Institutional Chu11ch 1 006 W. ress St. Highland Pines News The Highland Pines Community Prayer Walk on July 20th was on 26th Avenue, betwe e n soth Stre e t and 46th Street, and w a s attended b y several residents. Telling The Truth Ministries and participants from Highland Pines and DACCO participated in the walk. The next Prayer Walk will be today, August 17th at 5:30 p.m. Everyone will leave from 3002 Star Street. Crime Watch "Night Out" was truly exciting for the seniors in Highland Pines. The horses and Tampa Police office.rs were overwhelming. We thank them for a great night. The August community meeting for Highland Pines is cancelled. Join us September g, 2010 for our community meeting. Tan1pa Police Office r s Michael Cimo and Bryan McClain protected residents during the prayer walk. From left to right (front): Betty Bell, Sharon Sims, Kim Miner, and Pastor E. Sims. In the rear are LaTonya Whitehead and Deacon Theo Whitehead. Attending the crime watch meeting were (front) Bobby Henderson, Barbara Johnson, and Sarah Barnum. Behind them are Recy Cochran, Essie Dooley, Toni Taylor and Lorene Anderson. Also in attendance but not shown we.re Robert Barnum and Betty J. Bell. Tan1pa Police Officers ride their horses during the Crime Watch Night Out event.

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-4 Plavwright Hopes work Will Help local Barbershop Ministers Become Bener Examples To Giveawav BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Although the central c h arac ters of "The Twisted Double Life Of "Reverend And First Lady Lee" are a minis ter and his wife, Pastor Rose Marie Solomon said th e message is not just intended for ministers. It is for anyone and everyone who serve as leaders. This original play focuses on the life of a pastor who leads a church congregation. At first glance, Pastor Lee seems to have everything in ord er. He is married and h as two children. He often calls on hi s wife dur ing services and he gives the impres sion th at he is a loving and kind husband. However in reality Pastor Lee physically and verbally abuses his wife and has had an ongoing affair with his mis tress, Delilah, for the past five years. His wife covers her bruises and acts as if nothing is wrong until a mother of the church pulls her to the side and tell her there is nothing right PASTOR ROSE MARIE SOLOMON ... Author of "The Twisted Double Life Of "Reverend And First Lady Lee" about being abused. As his world begin s to unravel Pastor Lee is forced to exa min e his own lif e and make decisions about his future. Pastor Solomon said, The Lord gave me this play 6 years ago In January, th e Lord told me it was time to do what I had been chosen to do with it. She stated the purpose of the play is to demonstrate that no one is perfect. The m essage is that th ere are a lot of pastors who fall down, but you don't hav e to stay down. Get up, look up, live, and know th at God is on your side. A native of Montego Bay, Ja maica, Pastor Solomon moved to the United States more than 40 years ago. She c urrently lives in Orlando and i s the pastor of Miracle Life Changing Int e rnational Min istry. She i s married and the mother of 3 children and s he has 3 gra ndchildren. "This play is not about point ing fingers but about making people aware of their situa tions. She stated that she se lect ed a pastor as th e main character in the 15-member cast because pastors are s up posed to be better examp les. The pla y will be presented at the Palladium Theater, 253 S'h Avenue, N St. Petersburg, FL 33701, at 5 p.m., Sunday, August 22"d . There will be one s howing. However, Pastor Solomon said she plans to bring it t o Tampa in October. Children Of Women Who Helped OHicers Receive Shoes, School Supplies BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, the combined eight children of three women who helped two police officers in June were treated to a trip at the mall. Several organiza tions partnered to provide the children with shoes and school supplies. Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor and the department 's Black History Committee ac companied Ms. Renee Roundtree, Ms. Wislande Dodson, Ms. Delores Keen, and their combined 8 children to the Foot Locker Shoe Store at University Mall. The children se lected two pairs of shoes each and enjoyed lunch at the mall. The act of kindness was in appreciation for their willing ness to help Officer Jeffrey Kocab, and Officer David Curtis, both 31 years old. Shortly after 2 a. m., on June 29th, Ms. Renee Roundtree, Ms. Wislande "Rose" Louis-Paul Dodson, and Ms. Delores Keen, were en route to the store when they heard two gunshots. After looking out of the win dow and observing two police cars with the lights on, the women felt it was safe to go outside. They didn't know at the time that both Officer Curtis and Officer Kocab had been shot and left on the side of the road. Ms. Dodson and Ms. Roundtree checked the offi cers pulses while Ms. Keen called 9-1-1. Both officers died from their injuries. The officers bad conducted a vehicle stop and as they at-Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor is shown with some of the children during the shopping spree at University Mall. The event took place on the first day of the No Sales Tax Holiday. tempted to arrest th e passen ger in the vehicle he allegedly shot both officers and fled the scene. He was identified as Dontae Morris, 24, and surren dered to police on July 2nd. He is being held at the Hillsbo rough County Jail without bond for the murder of both officers and two other Tampa men. Additionally, the police department has partnered with community organizations to provid e assistance for the women and their children. Some of the partners include the RICH House, who will as sist them with housing and the children's back-to-school needs the City of Tampa's Housing and Community De velopment Office, 100 Black Women's Group, Terrace Palms Community Church, Volunteer of America and Catholic Charities. Th moth r hav al o b n offered acces to the d pmt ment 's grief coun e lor to help them cope with the traumatic situation. 1,000 Backpacks Whoo's Nexxt Barbers: Ray DeMoulin in the forefront with (from left to right) Papo, Ernest, Mississippi, Alvin, and James. On Saturday, August 215 1 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., Whoo's Nexxt Barbershop will be giving away 1 ,000 backpacks to well deserved families in the area. The barbershop, whi ch prides itself on being innovative for men and women, is located at 13753 North Nebraska Avenue. Owner, Ray DeMoulin, said this is one event he looks forward to every year A little job done is better than a big job talked about is a motto we live by," said DeMoulin. We try to demonstrate this by mentoring young men. Right now, we he a core of young men that we have tracked from elementary school through and beyond college. These young men are being shaped and molded to be future soldiers, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and doctors. DeMoulin said the key ingredient in mentoring is commitment and the dedica tion of the barbers involved in this project is first rate. I would like to invite fami lies to come out and enjoy a day of festivities. There will be free food, music, activities for the kids, and a car and motorcycle show. "We also will be offering $s.oo off haircuts for backto-school for kids only." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, ore-mailed at cews@jlsenitnel.com. N 0 .... 0 "TT r 0 ::::tJ c l> en m z :::::! z m r;ta c: r r-!!1 z -o c:. tD r-u; :::z::: m c m < m ::::tJ -< -4 c: m en c l> z c

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Local N Green-Adams Wedding The bride and groom with family: left to right, Howard and Yvonne Waldon, uncle and aunt of the bride; Veronica Crumpton, mother of the bride; bride and groom, Gwen and Ken Adams; and Val Gordon, father of the groom. The marriage ceremony unitof th e bride Calvin Green; ing Gwendolyn Elaine aunt of th e bride Yvonne Green and Kenneth Dar-Waldon; flower girls, nelle Adams was on Friday, Betheny Green and Tia July 16, 2010, 7 p m. at th e Swagger; ring bearer, Tren-Chester H Ferguson Law Cen-ton Swagger; children of the ter. Reverend Kirk Bogen brid e and groom, Aundrea was the wedding officiant. Green, Kenneth Adams, The wedding party consisted Kimberly Adams; ushers of: mother of the bride, Veron-Howard Waldon, Tor-El ica Crumpton; father of the Hall a nd Omari Maloud; groom, Val Gordon; maid of and ho s t esses, Simone Hall, honor Phildra Swagger; best Zellee Barnes a nd Khaliah man, Ernest Green; broth e r Fleming. --------------------------------------------0 a: LL c z <( Companv To Sponsor 100 Free Haircuts > Money Matters Investm e nts en and its CEO, Leonard Boone, want to give back to t-the community and he will do that with 100 free haircuts for w students returning to school. > "Giving back and helpin g families is what we're all w said Boone. Everyone is hurting finan:::i cially right now, but we can still m sacrifice a little to make a difference for those who have z nothing." i= The free haircuts will be done at Artistic Nail Salon, 4951-A ...J Adamo Drive, Suite 120 The haircuts will be offered on ..J Tuesday (today) and Thursda y only." i= As a special treat, the 10oth z child to get their hair cut will also received a year's worth of <( school supplies. 9 "I have a barbershop and a: salon opening, and I thought 9 this would be great for the kids LL and my way of saying thank you, said Boone. "The only gratitude I seek is to see the smiles on the faces of the children." Andre Simmons, Adminis-Andre Simmons Oeft) and Leonard Boone. trator of Artistic Nails, is en rolling a lot of young people into the school who otherwise might be getting involved in negative things. "You get your blessings when you give back to those who give to you," said Boone. "I think it's time for the fa thers to step up and be real role models and make a difference in the lives of their children and others. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. 1 Hour' Y A I P.M I i l.lond. v \, ,turrl.l) i o A 1,\ P __ j 0 0 Fish Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet ...... c.J,_-10.. 0 Snapper Sheap H Live Blue Crabs 3608 N. 15th(comerOfLake) Election Is Topic II NAACP General MembershiP Meetings Members of the Hillsbor ough County Branch of the NAACP will hold two meetings for this month on Thursday, August 19th, at 6 p.m. a nd 7 p.m., at Covenant Missionary Baptist Church, 4610 E. Hanna (corner of Hanna and 46th Street) The W.I.N. (Women In the NAACP) will take place first The General Membership Meeting for the month will fol low beginning at 7 p.m. One of th e topics of discussion i s the election of Branch Officers and At-Large Members of the Exec utive Committee. The election will t ake place in Novemb er. In order to qualify to run for office, th e prospectiv e candi dat e must be a "Me mb e r in Good Standing, which means th e p e r so n mu st b e a bona fide m e mb e r of the Branch b y April 1 2010 a nd mu s t liv e and or work within the Branch juris diction. The follmving are the Gen era l Membership meetings of th e Hill s borough County NAACP Branch, for the pur pose of e l ec tion of officers and at-large members of the execu-MRS. CAROLYN COLLINS ... President, Hillsborough County Branch NAACP tive committee An Election Nominating Committee will meet on at 7 p.m., Thursday September 16th at the HART Administra tive Office, 1201 E. 7th Ave. All members whose memberships are current as of 30 days prior to the meeting date may be elected to the Nominating Committee. The second phase of the election process will take place on Thursday, October 21st, 7 p.m. The location of that meet ing has not been determined However, during that meet ing, the Nominating Commit tee will give a report, receipt of Nominations by Petition, and election of the Election Super visory Committee. In order to sign a nominating petition, or be elected to the Electio n Su pervisory Committee, a member must be current as of 30 days prior to the October meet ing. The election of new officers will take place in November. To participate in the election process, the prospective voter must be a member in good standing of the Branch 30 days prior to the election. A form of identification is required. This month's meeting is open to the public The organization will also listen to questions and concerns from the community. Mrs. Carolyn Collins is the branch president, and Ms. Pat Spencer is the Branch Secretary. For additional ques tions contact the Branch Office at (813) 234-8683. National Safetv Administrator Targets Pedestrian Safetv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor According to statistics from th e Florida Department of Transportation, Florida has the highest s-year average of pedestrian fatalities per capita, nearly twice the national aver age. On Monday, David L. Strickland, National High way Safety Administrator, joined Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor in a press con ference to kickoff a pedestrian safety campaign. The cam paign is designed to improve those statistics through engi neering education and en forcement The Florida Department of Transportation r eceive d a $430,000 National Highwa y Safety Administration grant to impl e ment the p e d estr ian ori e nted safety enforcement cam paign that will target high pedestrian crash corridors. The grant, which is being dis tributed to 9 Florida counties will provide over 7,000 hours of additional enforcement over the next year. During a press conference on Monday, Strickland said, "Today's event is a step in the DAVID STRICKLAND National Highway Safety Administrator right direction for improving pedestrian safety and saving lives in the Tampa Bay area. Additional statistics reveal that pedestrian crashes ac count for over 2096 of traffic fatalities in Tampa Bay as compared to 1196 nationally. In Hillsborough and Pinellas County police investigate more than 1,000 pedestrian crashes each year. Each year, approxi mately 340 crashes result in fatalities or incapacitating in juries Statistics also show that more pedestrians are involved in accidents at night and more men are victims than women The Florida Department of Transportation has also instituted a grass roots approach to educate the public about pedestrian safety. The cam paign will concentrate on such entities as churches, busi nesses, and association organ izations to spread the word. The Florida Department of Transportation has also placed messages on county transit and school buses. Approximately 300 intersec tions in the Tan1pa Bay area will be redesigned to reflect high-emphasis crosswalk markings and adding pedes trian safety enhancements, such as raised medians and a pedestrian flag progran1 on Gulf Blvd On January 4th Strickland was sworn in as the National Highway Safety Administra tor. A native of 'Atlanta, Strickland earned his J.D. degree from Harvard Law School and his B.S. degree in Communication Studies and Political Science at Northwestern University.

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Local c: Shriners In Town Fund raiser To Be Held For )> For 111th Session Families Of Murder Victims The Ancient Egypti a n Arabic Order Nobl es M yst i c Shrine of North a nd South Ame ri ca a nd its Jurisdiction s, Inc h ave b ee n in Tampa since August 13, 2010. The mor e th a n 20,000 m e m bers are in town for the 117 th Imp e rial S ess ion a nd th e 99th Im p e rial Court Session of th e D a u g ht ers of I sis, PHA. The public is invit e d to seve r a l of the organization 's eve nt s On Wednesday, the Twilight Parad e kicks off a t 6 :30p.m. Th e parade will travel down 7th Ave. (from Nuccio Parkway) to 19th St. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Noble Les Miller, Captain of the Guard, and Noble Johnny Banks, Ceremonial Master, both ofHarram #23, gathered for Monday's activities. L-R, James Minus, Deputy of the Desert; Clarence White of Tallahassee, Deputy of the Desert; Earl Haugabook, Tampa, Harram Temple #23, Deputy of the Oasis; and Billy McLamb of Pensacola, Deputy of the Desert. DIABETIC NEUROPATH PAIN, TINGLINGORNUMBNESS IN YOUR LEGS ORFEET IF YOU AAE 18 YEARS OR OlDER, HAVE DIABETES AND ARE WITH NEUROPATHY (NERVE DNMGE), YOO MJ.Y QUAUFY FOR A RESEARCH STUDY Of AN INVESOOATIONAI. DRUG OR PlACEBO (AN INACTIVE SUBSTANCE). Qualified participants may receive: Study rebted physical exam Study rebted lab work Compensation for time and travel RESEARCH for more information coli: 727.576.8474 800.643.2459 11201 Corporate Ctrde N., Suite 200, St. Petersburg, FL 33716 www.cnsWebsite.corri i BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On May 18, 2010, Derek Anderson, 21, was shot to d eath in front of hi s apart m e nt building at Kenneth Court Apartments. He s taggered up two flight s of stairs to his front door where a n e i g hbor began CPR on him. How eve r Tampa Fire Resc u e personnel arriving later pro noun ce d him dead. On June 8, 2010, Harold Wright, 25, was found shot to death on the s ide of a road in the 2000 block of 515 1 Street. Law enforce m ent officials h ave charged 24-year-old Dontae Morris with tho se murders as well as the mur ders of Tampa Polic e Officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab during a traffic stop o n June 29th. Daphne Stephens' bro ther Rodney Jones, 42, was s hot to death outside of the Cotton Club Lounge on June 1 2010 No one ha s be e n c h arged with hi s murd er. The fundraiser was an idea she came up with. Ms. Stephens said s h e approached both families with her idea after seeing the support the families of the 2 s l a in offi cers we re receiving. DEREK ANDERSON ... murder victim I n otice d all of this mone y being r aised f or them, and that's fine. But the Anderson a nd Wright families need help as well. I think it do es matter and I elected to s tep forward and get some thing don e for them." Harold Wright's sister, Timeka Rudolph, said s h e's thinks this is a great idea "We wa nt to se t up a trust fund for m y brother's five c hild ren and this i s a g r ea t way to do that. We are very thankful to Daphne. "As far as my brother' s The Turnpa Hillsborough Action Pl.an's (THAP) Weatheri z ation Program I S 8 federally funded progrnm that f ocuses on inc r easi n g the energy efficiency of h omes, thu s l owering the home's energy burden (mont hl y e lectric bill) This is n FRE E program for l ow income families, a nd priority is give n t o th e di sa bled and familie s with c hildr en un cr age 12 living in the h ome. HAROLD WRIGHT ... murder victim murder is concerned, alDontae was charged, we don t have closure yet, be cause others were inv ol v ed. When everyone has been held accountable, we will have clo sure. The Bowl-A-Than Fundraiser to benefit the fam ilies will be held at Pin Chasers 4847 North Armenia Avenue, August 28th from 5 pm. to7p.m. The event is being hosted b y Virtuo us Beauty Hair Stu dio and an y one interested in participating can call (813) 443-5752. IJ'orks in Florid11 weath-er-i-za-tion: To make (a house or other building) ecure again 1 heat cold or stormy weather b adding insulation, reinforcing windows and s l o pping all furm of air infiltrati on. THAP's Weathcri7.otion Assistance serves Hillsborough and Polk .. HillsbOrough & Polk Countie s Call NOW to fin d out if yo u quahfy for thl FREE progrnm a nd get your name . 1 A k for on npphct11ton! serv1cc wnt tm g 1 s t. s ill boroug h C ount y Offi ce : (813) 626-4926 Fax: (813) 626-9695 Polk County Office : (863) 519-4444 Fax: (863) 519-4440 Toll Free: (81 3) 866-378-8228 Email : tampnwop@s mail.com 1HAP TAMPA-HILLSBOROUG H ACTION PLAN. INC. ...... 1\) 0 ...... 0 'TI r-0 ::0 g I (/) m z :::! z m l tD c: r rm :::! z "'0 c: tD r-c;; ::I: m c m < m c: m (/) c )> z c 'TI ::0 c C) m ...... ......

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c a: LL. c z < c Tampa Team Comes In 2nd Place At Primetime Kick-On Classic The First Annual Prime-time Kick-Off Classic was held in Tampa last weekend at Howard W. Blake High School. The Saints of Tampa came in second place in the 14 and under age group. The 12 and under age group of the Saints placed 4th. The winner was one of the Texas-based teams brought to Tampa. The new Primetime Divi-sion of American Youth Football (AYF) was inspired by its n ewes t m embe r Deion Sanders, retired NFL star, who host e d the pre-season football tournament in Tampa and coached the Texasbased teams. Several local cheerleading squads also participated. Orlando Gudes, South-east Regional Director, AYF, termed the weekend a success. He said more than 400 youth and several hundred adults participated in the weekend events. (Photography by BRUNSON) en ::> 1-The 14 and under Saints Tampa team placed second in the championship game. Adults shown are: Orlando Gudes, Julius Collie, Tracey Dawkins, a Deion Sanders assistant, Clarence Maxwell w and Deion Sanders. c w .. :J I:D z i= w ..J ..J ::> I:D I ..J w z i= z w en C 0 From left to right are, Julius Collie, Ray Elder, Deidre Wtllis, Orlando Gudes, Deion Sanders ..J and Tracey Dawkins. LL. C\1 .,.. ([h.e 4th. (/lnnu.al'(fi JJaa of (/ampe'tlng., 'WoiiWl fot 'Women 6nf ..... Saturday, October 2, 2010-8:30am to .. University Area Community Center Complex (UACCC) Registration is required. Seating is limited/ 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 r egister, Call {813) 307-8015 Ext. 3502 or Visit us at www.hjilscountyhealth.org DEADLINE: September 22, 2010 Special Gift to first 150 women who register DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH HILlSIOROUCH COUNTY H fALTH O[PARTM!NT Partvinu At Blue Shark (Photos by Julia Jackson) Marvin Martin and Betoria Watson were at the Blue Shark. TORI LUKES

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E_ntertainment Foxv Brown oniciallv Indicted For 'Mooning' Neighbor Foxy Brown has been of ficially indicted for violating an order of protection whi l e arguing with a neighbor. Police say Brown, real name Inga Manchard, be came involved in a heated argument with her neighbor Arlene Raymond whom she allegedly assaulted with a Blackberry in 2007. Raymond alerted author itie s that Brown, who she had an order of protection against hurled obscenities at her before bending over and exposing her buttocks. FOXY BROWN Juvenile Sentenced For Marijuana Possession Juvenile has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor mar ijuana possession charge in Louisiana. The St. Bernard Parish sheriffs office says the 34year-ol d whose real name is Terius Gray, entered the plea Thursday. Juvenile and his producer Leroy Edwards were ar rested on February 25 for pos session of marijuana. According to reports, police responded to a call from a neighbor who reported that they smelled marijuana smoke coming from the rappers home. When police arrived at the house, according to reports, they were not only greeted by Juve's producer who had a small amount of marijuana "on his person," but a published report police states that "the presence of marijuana JUVENILE was strong" enough that it gave "probab l e cause to search the rapper's home. Upon their search, police discovered a small amount of marijuana in a kitchen drawer, which Juvenile stated belonged to him. Juvenile and Edwards were booked with misdemeanor possession of mari juana and both posted bond. DMI Caught Speeding After Jaii.Release DMX, driving a rented red Mercedes down Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles California was pulled over for speeding just minutes after being re leased from jail last Friday August 13. DMX wasn't arrested (this time) but he did get a sitation and police ordered a licensed passenger to drive him home. DMX Jazz Singer Abbev lincoln Dies AI Age 80 In NY ABBEY LINCOLN NEW YORK-Abbey Lincoln, a jazz singer and song writer known for her phrasing emotion and un compromising sty le, died Sat urday in New York at age So. She had been declining in health for the past yea r. Her d eath was confirmed by fr i e nd and filmmaker Carol Friedman, who has been working on a documentary on Lincoln's life. Lincoln made records and acted in films in the 1950 s and '6os then saw her career surge again in the 1990 s when she found new voice as a songwriter. Over her long career, Lincoln acted with Sidney Poitier and collaborated in music with the drummer Max Roach, whom she mar ried in 1962 and later di vorced Miss Fishburne Charged With Assault Fresh off the release of her sextape, Montana Fishburne is now facing legal trouble. The adult film star was ar rested last February for al l egedly barging into an unnamed woman's home and assaulting her. It was reported that the vic tim was an ex-girlfriend of her current boyfriend, Jeremy. Reports claim that the vic tim suffered serious injuries Fishburne is pleading not guilty and is being represented by famed Lindsay Lohan's attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley. Jeremy Greene, a.k.a, JPipes-the current boyfriend of Montana, is also being charged in the assault but has plead no contest. This isn't the first time that Vivid's newest star has fac e d legal troubl es. She plead no contest to a prostitution charge last November and was placed on probation. The judge could possibly use the pending case to vio lat e her probation. Jav-z Connects With Jordan At The World Basketball Festival c )> c:: C) c: 00 -1 .... -....! 1\) 0 ..... 0 JAY-ZAnd MICHAEL JORDAN "TT r-0 ::c The 2010 USA Basketball World Championship Team and Jay-Z put on e lectrifying performances at legendary Radio City Music Hall in New York, tipping off the inaugu ral World Basketball Festival. The World Basketball Fes tival is a four-da y celebration (Aug 12-15) of the perform ance and culture of the game, an event that NIKE, Inc. has committed to reprising every two yea rs. Jay-Z has joined forces with ike to create an iconic collection of Air Force One s --the All Black Everything col lection inspired b y the World B aske tball Festival. Jay-Z Connects With Michael Jordan At The World Basketball Festival I and Nike has donated the shoes to the Shawn Carter Z Scholarship Foundation who ::::! in turn has linked up with eBay on a charity auction 1 where the five unique pairs will raise funds for its mission rrto provide financial assism tance to promising individu-als upon acceptance into any "'D accredited institution of C: higher learning. One hundred percent of oo the funds raised will support ffi the Shawn Carter Scholarship C Foundation. The charity auc-tion began on August 12 and m ends on August 22 at 9 a. m. EDT. -1 c: m 00 c )> z c "TT ::c c

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Two Former USF Plavers g In Arena Bowl <( c a: LL. c z RICHARD CLEBERT This Friday at 5 p.m., the Spokane Shock will play the Tampa Bay Storm in the Arena Bowl, the game equivalent to the NFL Super Bowl. The game will be played at the Spokane Arena, and aired on the NFL Network. The Storm advanced with HUEY WHnTAKER <( a 63-62 win over Orlando Florida players on the Shock's roster, defensive tackle Richard Clebert and wide receiver Huey Whitaker. This is Whittaker's second season with the Shock after stints with the Jets, Jaguars, Bucs and Steelers in the NFL. This is Clebert's rookie season after h e was invited to the New Orleans Saints minicamp then later drafted by the New York Sentinels of the UFL. Saturday night to win the C AFL's American Conference Championship. The Shock defeated the Milwaukee Iron 60-57 last Thursday night to advance as National Conference Champions. The game will feature two former University of South Whittaker's pla y in the championship game earned him the honor of being named "lronman Of The Game." The Tampa"'Hilsborough Action Plan, Inc., has received Federal Weatherization Assistance Program funds to be used forweatheming homes in Hillsborough and counties. The focus of the Weathmtion Assistance Propn is to increase !he energy of residertil homes, lhus lowering !he ener9Y burden (montlrf bl) of and lew-income mMduals and famies. The Tlllp8 Action currelily icensed and U!sured cortractors for instalation Weiherization Program measures, ie.: Aaic mobleho@ll *Ailllriion rlilclm AMI: (ll*w & door fll*lplacemri, lllllr.etrpg, cdl1g, rnnrftoor, 111, & ct11g nplr, &) *Ntall6n iUiioltne Pacltg lide & Coolilgl)in, Mtworrltd Weatheri:ation wierhein. Worb O'Neal Takes On Sugar Shane Moslev onshauvs: SHANE MOSELY vs. SHAQUILLE O'NEAL Former Cleveland Cavalier and new Boston Celtic, Shaquille O'Neal has been busy in the off season with his new show," Shaq Vs." In the recent episode, Shaq Diesel hops in the ring with former welterweight, Sugar Shane Mosley in a n exhibition bout that was not supposed to turn out this way. Rodman Facing Child Suppon lawsuit DENNIS RODMAN The estranged wife of for m er NBA c hampion Dennis Rodman is claiming that the eccentric retired ballplayer has failed to pay child support and rent resulting in her being evic t ed, twice. Michelle Rodman i s alleging that the former r e bound champ turned r eality show star, owes more than $soo,ooo for their so n D.J., and daughter, Trinity. According to her, Rodman hasn' t kept up with th e $50,000 monthly payments. Michelle filed new pap e r s in Orange County Sup e rior Court last week alleging he failed to pa y her rent twice since 2009, causing her to be removed from two apart ments in less than two yea rs. Rodman and his reps claim that he will start pay ing Michelle's rent once she moves into a less expen sive property inferring that Michelle is trying to live outside her means. Rodman had his child support payments increased in March, but according to his manager he can't afford it and has been trying to get them lowered every since. Freeman Shines In Bucs Preseason Debut JOSH FREEMAN ... gets perfect rating in his pre-season debut. The rain left Sun Life Stadium in Miami a soggy, muddy mess Saturday night in the Dolphins pre-season opener against the Tampa Ba y Buccaneers. The Dolphins prevailed 10-7. Buccaneer fans were thrilled with the play of second-year quarterback, Josh Freeman. Freeman compiled a perfect passer rating in leading the Bucs to a 7-0 lead However a pair of turnovers b y his replacements helped the Dolphins rally. Freeman directed the Bucs on their first two drives and completed all four of his passes for 53 yards and a touchdown. He put the Bucs in the end zone with a 13yard pass to Sammie Stroughter that was set up two plays earlier with his 30yard strike to rookie receiver Mike Williams. Although the Bucs lost the game, their offense was a lot sharper than the Dolphins offense. Buc head coach, Raheem Morris, was upset that his team was penalized six times for 48 yards during the game. The Buccaneer defense really looked tough with cornerback E. J. Biggers recording four tackles and defensive end Michael Bennett getting the team's only sack. Runningback Carnell "Cadillac" Williams looked quick, and joined Stroughter and Williams with an outstanding offen sive performance. 'Fhe Bucs will host the Kansas City Chiefs this Saturday at Raymond James Stadium. Game time is at 7:30p.m. Barklev Calls James' Oft Season Actions 'Punk Moves' LEBRON JAMES vs. CHARLES BARKLEY Outspoken NBA analyst Charles Barkley has been very vocal about Lebron James' off season actions. Now the Hall of Farner is calling Lebron's recent antics, 'punk moves.' James recently tweeted that he was keeping track of "eve ryone taking shots at me this summer. Apparently Barkley took James' characters to heart. Seemingly eager to pick a fight with the young superstar, Barkley also had negative words for Bosh and James' welcome ceremony in the Miami, calling their dancing durlng the reception "a punk move too. In July, Barkley said he was, "disturbed" by James' 1-hour ESPN decision, and that James would never be put on a pedestal .with Michael Jordan for making the move-to Miami.

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Torrv Holt Placed On lniured Reserve TORRY HOLT Coming off what was one of the least productive seasons of his 11-year NFL career, Torry Holt signed a one-year deal with the New England Patriots back in April. On Sunday, the team placed him on injured reserve with an un s pecified kne e injury that will require surgery, ending his season, and leading to questions as to whether or not he'll be able to continue his career. A first-round pick by the Rams during the 1999 draft Holt is uth on the NFL's all-time list with 920 recep tions, while gaining 13,382 yards with St. Louis and Jacksonville His best season in the NFL was clearly the 2003 campaign when h e hauled in 117 pa sses, totaling over 1,600 yards, leading th e league in both categories. His 12 touchdowns were second in the league, trailing only Randy Moss. Pippen, Malone OHiciaiiV Enshrined Into Basketball HOF Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen (back) garnered six NBA championships and one Olympic gold medal as teammates from 1987-98. SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -Scottie Pippen thanked the player who meant so much to him on the court. Karl Malone remembered the person who meant the most to him in life. Pippen and Malone were inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday, recognized as individuals and as part of the Dream Team. Pippen opened his accep tance speech by praising Michael Jordan, his fellow six-time NBA champion from the Chicago Bulls for being "the best teammate. "MJ, you have touched so .many people's lives, but none quite like mine," Pippen said. A little-known player from Central Arkansas when the Bulls got him in 1987, Pippen was the first player inducted during the enshrinement ceremony at Symphony Hall. With Jordan standing nearby on stage as his presenter, Pippen said he would "cherish their relationship forever." "Who knew that No. 23 would be here 23 years lat e r presenting me to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame?" Pippen said. The presenter does not speak. Malone struggled with his emotions throughout his speech, especially at the end when he recalled his mother, saying she had died seven years ago Friday. "I'm here because of her," he said. Hot Stan Fizzles For Tiger In PGA's Final Round TIGER WOODS HAVEN, Wis. -Topranked Tiger Woods got the start he wanted, but couldn't sustain it Sunday in the final round of th e 92nd PGA Championship. H e birdi e d three of the first four holes then struggled coming in to shoot a 1-over-par 73. Woods finished at 2und e r 286 and tied for 28th nine strokes behind winner Martin Kaymer of Germany FHP: Hears Haslem Cited Aner MiamiDade Trame Stop USODIS HASLEM MIAMI -Heat forward Udonis Haslem was arrested Sunday for posses s ion of marijuana following a traffic stop in Miami-Dade County. Haslem, 30 was stopped in a 2008 Mercedes around 3:05 p.m going eastbound on the Gratigny Parkway because of speeding, Florida Highway Patrol spokesman Sgt. Mark Wysocky said. The trooper smelled "an odor of marijuana from within the vehicle," Wysocky wrote in a pres release, leading to the arrest of both Haslem and passenger Antwain Fleming, 33 According to Miami-Dade court records, Haslem was charged with posse sing mor e than 20 grams of mar iju ana, a third-degr felony which could bring maximum punishments of a $5 ;000 fin e and a five-year prison sentence. Haslem was released on bond shortly after 10 p.m. Besides the speeding citation, Haslem was also charged with illegal window tint, Wysocky said. BEAUTY UNLIMITED LA SHAWNA Returning as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature is the lovely lady known as La Shawna. If you missed her this past Friday, here's a little refresher course. The 27-year-old is 5'6" and models with Mr. Wrightfs Ebony Collection. La Shawna' s favorite star is Jada Pinkett-Smith, and her hobbies are modeling writing and danc ing. In the future, she wants to begin working as a surgical technician. 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 week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: j!ohnson-@flsentinel.com 9" Roller ...................................... $1 50 nt Brushes ....................................... 99 LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! c: m en c G) c: en ...... ""-' I\) 0 ...... 0 "TT r-0 :::0 c )> en m z ::i z m r-1 llJ c: rrm ::i z "tJ c: llJ !: en ::::1: m c m < m :::0 < c: m en c )> z c "TT :::0 c

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0 .,... 0 1-(/) :J (!) :J <( >= <( GEORGE (CALEB) ALLEN George (Caleb) Allen, 76, of W Tampa, died August 6, 2010, :J at Tampa General Hospital. 1-Born January 22, 1934, in c a: LL c z <( c (/) w :J 1-w > w c w :::1: (/) ::::i m a. z i= w ..1 ..1 :J m I ..1 w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..1 LL CD .,... Tampa, to Theodore and Annie Mae (Flowers) Allen, he attended high school at Don Thompson (Howard W. Blake) in Tampa, and attended college at Tuskegee Institute in Tuskegee, AL. He was a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and the Masonic Organization (Prince Hall Origin-York Rite Masons). He worked for Florida Miscellaneous Steel for a numbet of years, later opening a steel fabrication business (L & A Metals) which he owned and operated until his health de clined. He is survived by: his loving wife, Jo Anne Allen (Lane); his children, Catherine Allen, Vivian Mathews (Nathaniel), George Allen Jr. (Bettye), and Theodore (Ted) Allen; his former wife, Minnie Allen; his stepson, TJ Lane; his sisters, Gloria Underwood and Janice Snipes-Edwards (Delroy); 12 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by: his parents; James Flowers (brother); and Louise Green, Jessica Flowers and Mary Allen (sisters). A memorial service is planned to celebrate his life on Friday, August 20, 2010, at 1111'. m. at the Barn Theater at Winthrop, 11349 Bloomingdale Avenue, Riverview, FL, 33569. He was loved and will be missed! In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the American Heart Association. AFFINTIY DIRECT : cREMATION SERVICE :220 W. Brandon Blvd., Suite 205, Brandon, 33511-5100, (813) 684-7500, www.affinitycremation.com. U!t our tamily Ill ke care of your tamily. e are the keytD a fine and quality rorvice-HarIJion F un<,TMI .!John\' r J .. F I ) Uium.ua. L F. I:t :'ielU 2 N. 40th St. 626-8600 uour Business Ia Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 336015 (800)605-33SO. (813)248-e125 .wilson-funeralhome oo JEROLDW. MCINTYRE (J. W.) Even though it's been ten years, you are missed like it was yesterday by all your fam ily and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ROBERT LEE JACKSON, SR. (1931-2010) We celebrate Robert Lee Jackson, Sr. on his birthday because he is worth celebrating. In this whole world. There was only one you. Deeply missed by: your wife Pauline; children, Robert, Jr., Robin, Thomasina, Warren and Dansenia; grandchildren and great grandchildren. DON ALBERT WOODS November 7, 1940 -August 18, 1970 Many years have passed, but our love for you will always remain the same. Your family. National Riots Erupt As Thousands In Atlanta Scramble for Section 8 Housing Waiting list A n ea r riot took place in At l a nt a after city offic i a l s s t aged a n event t o h a nd o ut app lication s for sec tion 8 housin g P olice estim a t e that 30,000 people s h owed up a t a n East Point shopping m all in hopes of bein g plac e d on a waiting list for federal housing assistance. The number was three time s what officials expected and only 13,000 a pplic a tion s were hand e d o ut to th ose waitin g Officials r eport th a t so m e h opeful reside nt s s l ept o ut s id e of th e s h oppi n g m all th a t h o u ses popular nig htclub Centr a l Station desp it e being t old that the lin e was unn ecessary and everyo n e would b e serviced. African King's 12th Wife Caught Having ADair With His friend Th e 12th wife of Swazi King Mswati III i s making headline s afte r b eing n amed in a sex scandal with o n e of the official's childhood frien ds. Swazila nd s justice minister Ndumiso Mamba has s tepp ed down fro m his positio n after being cau ght in bed with Queen Nothando Dube. Dube and Mamba have re portedly been involved for months with the Queen disguisi ng herself in a soldier's uniform to visit the minister Picture s of Mamba b e ing re moved from bed with the Queen h av e surfaced showing the justice minister being ordered out of a hotel room by the King's agents. Nothnado, the 23 year-old Queen is reportedly being held under 24-hour surveillance at the Queen Mother's ro yal palace at in Mbabane. King Mswati wed Nothnado when she was a princess in th e Miss Te en Swaz iland beauty pageant at age 16. Mr. Frank Yates Tampa. INTEGRITY Mr. Pedro Morejon. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Ms. Danitza Fonseca, Tampa. Mrs. Azalee Hill Tampa. Mr. Thomas Trippe, Tampa. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Ms. Valenda Ann Coleman, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Josephine Hicks, Tampa. (Infant) Angelica Jolee Mantos, Tampa Mr. Phillip McConico, Tampa. Mr. Byron Patty, Jr., Tampa. Man Jumps Out Window To Avoid Paving Child Support A man in Chic ag o is recover ing after jumping from a third story window while eluding po lice. According to published re ports, Ronald "Boobie" Mcintyre is currently hospitalized after s uffering two bro ken legs and other injuries after jumping from a third story window to escape an arrest warrant for child support. Authorities state that deputies with the Cook County Sheriffs Child Support Enforcement Unit attempted to t a k e Mcintyre into custod y on August 10, w h e n they arrived at a third floor apartment where they h eard he was stay ing. After approaching the apartment and announcing their of fice, they were greeted b y a woman who said she didn' t RONALD 'BOBBIE' know the whereabouts of Mcintyre. After deputies entered to search the apartment, a juv e nile pointed to a window. The deputies walked to that window looked down and saw Mcintyre lying on the ground below. Talk Radio Show Host Dr. laura Spews N-Word' live On-Air Apparently Mel Gibson i s n t the only white celebrity with the gall to spew the N word over the phone line On e Wednesday, longtime radio talk-show host Dr. Laura Schlessinger went on a rant using theN -word several times when a Black caller called in to her show complain ing about racism. In the rant caught on audio Schlessinger complains that Black people are too sensitive and that Black people voted for Obama because of a "Black thing. During the duration of the conversation she used the N-word several times, justify ing it by saying that Black comics do it. Excerpts from her racist DR. lAURA rant: Black guys use it all the time. Turn on HBO and listen to a black comic, and all you hear is n*****, n*****, n*****. I don' t get it. If anybody without enough melanin says it, it's a horrible thing. But when black people say it, it'-s affectionate It' s very confusiiig. Co-Host 01 Michael Baisden Show Discriminated Against, Denied Right To Buv Home Bv White Couple George Willborn, the cohost of the nationally syndicated Mic hael B aisden Sho w has been name d in a discrimi nation l aws uit after a uthorities say a white co upl e d e ni e d him the right to buy a home be ca u se of the co lor of his skin. Willborn and his wife Peytyn were in talks to buy a five-bedroom Chicago home at $1.7 million and prepared a final sales contract with Daniel and Adrienne Sabbia, a white couple. The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development filed the complaint on behalf of George and Peytyn MICHAEL BAISEN And GEORGEWIILBORN after an investigator told them that Daniel Sabba declined to sign the contract because he' d "rather not sell to an African American.

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Crime Grant Park Gang Investigation Ends In Arrests AHMAADMAYO QIANAPAIGE After receiving numerou s complaints about drug and gang activity, the Tampa Police launched a n exte nsiv e investigation into an East Tampa community. That investigation culminated la s t week with the arrests of sev eral individuals. The investigation b y Tampa Police and the .Florida Highway Patrol began last month in the Grant Park Community. Police said warrants were issued 11 individuals. Nine people, three of which are juveniles, pertaining to the investigation have been arrested. The majority of CALVIN BOLDEN RICKY LOZADA those wanted have been arrested. Police said the maj o rity of tho se taken into custody are alleged m e mb ers of the Young Godz Gang. The investigat i on is continuing. Three of those who h ave b ee n a rre s t ed are juveniles. Kevin Wilson, Jr., 17, was charged with delivery of a controlled s ub s tance. Joseph Michael Baez, 17, was charged with delivery of cocaine, possession of cocaine, delivery of marijua na possession of marijuana and possession of narcotics paraphernalia Ronald Christian Duff, 14, was charged with traffick-WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @NebraSka Ave. & scan St. ..... : ... '( J : .. 1C: :.:< s :r'J' d .. .:( ;ole. :.1 :;:: i ,:; ',rl'tCI' qJJ rf J"C: ;>pCI C"'CC DONTAE GAMBLE WILLIE LEE TARVER in g in cocai ne, burg l ary of a stru cture, a nd vio l a tion of hom e detention. Polic e a l so arrested fiv e a dult s r e l ated to th e investi gat ion Ahmaad Rashaad Mayo, 26, is being held without bond. He was charged with 2 counts of delivery of cocaine 2 counts of pos sess ion of cocaine, and violation of probation for possession of cocaine. Calvin Terrell Bolden, 20, was charged with 2 counts of deliv ery of cocaine and po ssess ion of marijuana. He was being held under a $30,500 bond. Dontae Jamal Gamble, 22 was rel ease d after post ing an $n,ooo bond He was charged with delivery of cocaine and possession of cocaine. Qiana Paige, 34, was arrested and charged with 1 count of delivery of cocaine and 1 count of possession of cocaine. She was released on a $1,000 bond Ricky Lozada, 23, is being held without bond. He was charged with 2 counts of delivery of cocaine, 2 counts of possession of cocaine, 2 counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, 3 counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm, and 1 count of being a felon in possession of ammunition. Willie Lee Tarver, 44, is being held on a $10,000 He was charged with conspiracy to deliver marijuana. Police said 28 grams of Cocaine HCL 3 firearms (1 assault rifle with scope), 2 grams of marijuana, and a stolen television were seized. C/) Carjacking Suspect Being Sought c )> c: C> c: C/) Tampa Police are search ing for a carjacking suspect following an incident last Thursday According to reports, at 1 a m William Barry, 42, pulled into an abandoned gas station on Gandy Boulevard at Westshore Boulevard to smoke a cigarette. Barry told police as he sat in his car, a man allegedly jumped into the passenger seat, pointed a gun at him and demanded he drive to a bank on South Dale Mabry. Barry reported he was forced to withdraw money and the suspect ordered him to continue driving until N they reached the 1500 block of Grady Avenue. At that o location, the suspect got out of the victim's car Barry also told police throughout the incident, his vehicle was being followed by a silver vehicle, described as a 2004 to 2008 Buick LaCrosse with dark tinted windows and large chrome rims. Anyone who recognizes the suspect vehicle or knows anything about this incident is asked to call police at (813) 231-6130. Suspect Robs Founh Business "TT r 0 ::D Tampa Police are looking for a man w ho they believe is respon s ibl e for robbing four stores. Th e latest robbery occurred Sunday night at the Family Dollar 6825 North 22nd Street. In th a t r o bb e r y polic e said the s u s pect entered the store just before closing. He reportedly approached the cashier and implied he had a gun. He then allegedly told her to empty th e register. Before the clerk could act the suspect yelled at her to do something and began counting down. He was wearing a surgical mask over en his face and a paper bag over his h<;Ind. ::::! The suspect id described as a Hispanic or Black male, 18 to 25 years old, 5'8" and weighing 150 pounds. He was last seen wearing a bood y with 9 7 1 on the back and a black vertical stripe on the right side with letters WMA in white. z m r I m c: r r m ::::! z ""0 c: m r The suspect is believed to Cii have robbed the China. ffi Garden Restaurant on C Nebraska Avenue twice and the Walgreen s Store at 2115 m East Hillsborough. c: Teenagers Arrested After Auto Theft m C/) c )> z c ST. PETERSBURG-On Sunday night, Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies arrested two teenagers after an auto theft . According to reports, Travonte Banks and Donnell Weaver, both 16, allegedly stole a Dodge van from the parking lot at Seminole Lanes. A deputy was completing the auto theft report when he saw the vehicle in the area of 66th Street and 70th Avenue. The deputy attempted a traffic stop and reported that the vehicle fled into a nearby neighborhood. The suspect vehicle reached a cul-de sac at Creek View Terrace where the sus pected stolen van drove over several yards and in between two houses. At that point, Weaver jumped from the van and fled. -Banks remained in the vehicle and was backing up when he was TRAVONTE BANKS And DONNELL WEAVER challenged by a deputy. When the van failed to stop, the deputy fired four-shots at the van. Banks was ordered out of the van and he was arrested. No one was hurt. Weaver was also arrested a few streets away after he was bitten by a K-9 dog. He was treated and' released from a local hospital. Banks was charged with grand theft auto and fleeing eluding. Weaver was charged with grand theft C> auto and aggravated assault m on a law enforcement officer.

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Florida 34639 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State Tallahassee Florida. Dated at Land 0 Lakes, Florida this 13th day of August. 201 0. Sole Owner(s) Spring Action SUPPORT THE FLORIDA -SENTINEL ADVERTISERS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-012933 RMS RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES LLC (Plaintiff) vs. MICHELLE M. BROWN and MARK BROWN and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons h eirs devisees grantees, or other claimants ; JAMES J. SPEZZANO; TENANT VUNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT IVUNKNOWN TENANT, in possess i on of the subject real property Defendant(s) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Mark Brown 3002 Little Road Valrico FL 33594 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an a ction for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description to wit: THE EAST 170 FEET OF THE WEST 200 FEET OF THE NORTH 100 FEET OF THE SOUTH 1h OF THE SW 1f.s OF THE SW 1f.s OF THE NW V4 OF SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 30 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses if any to it on Gary I. Gassel Esquire Plaintiff's attorney whose address is 2191 Ringling Boulevard S a rasota Florida 34237 [ ) within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication [X] on or before the 7th day of September. 2010 and file the or i ginal with the clerk of this court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter ; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this Wh day of July. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A. BROWN DEPUTY CLERK Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO COM Nora's Beauty Boutique Is Looking For Licensed Braiders And Hair Stylists For Booth Rental Call Nora @ (813) 785-2606 Roofer Needed To Install Shingles Male/Female Plant City Area For More Information Call (813) 238-6197 North Tampa We Are Hiring For A Daycare Director With VPK Endorsement Credentials Call (813) 325-2506 For Detailed Information Experienced Daycare Professional Wanted Apply At: Kidz Cove Learning Center 208 West Frances Tampa, Florida Call (813) 314-9600 TAMPA Renewal & Replacement Program Coordinator BAYe WATER Most people have just one expectation when ... lo'lllellqov turning on the tap-water. At Tampa Bay Water, it's our job to make sure they 're never disappointed. Right now and every day we are delivering water to more than 2.4 million people in the Tampa Bay area through the governments we serve Hillsborough County Pasco County, Pinellas County New Port Richey St. and Tampa. We're doing it responsibly. We're doing it safely We're doing it for the long term. The R&R Program Coordinator position will be located in Land 0 Lakes Florida. There are two primary functions of this position The first function is to serve as the program coordinator for the agency wide Infrastructure Renewal and Replacement Program The second function will consist of planning and scheduling the activities of both the Facility Maintenance and Instrumentation Departments. To see the entire job description and fill out an application go to www tampabaywater.org. Send resume cover letter and completed application to Human Resources Tampa Bay Water 2575 Enterprise Road Clearwater FL 33763 by September 17 2010 Starting salary range $54-$72K DOQ U .S. citizenship or legal authorization to work in the United States is required. Tampa Bay Water is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Resumes without applications will not be considered

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