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-Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area -$" c.:c c ca: 0 ....1 u.. VOL. 66 NO. 4 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2010 48 PAGES 75 Race Car Driver Featured In BET Series SEE PAGE 7-B Salon Wins Hoodie For 3rd Year SEE PAGE 8-B Cho ir To Compete For 'Best I n Anlerica' SEE PAGE 10-A Not Beat The Mother You Love The Child. Neighbor Savas Couple From Burning House SEE PAGE 3-A KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY HOSTS BLACK AND WHITE AFFAIR The Tampa Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., held its for mal 2010 Black and White Affair on August 28, 2010 at the Airport Hilton Hotel. A reception preceded dinner, the evening program and entertainment. Kappas on hand to welcome the guests included: seated, Winston L..'ondon and Adrian Anthony. Standing, Cedric McCray, Edwin Narain and T. Merrel Will i ams. (Photography by BRUNSON)

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0 ,... i Readers Respond To President's Address :!E w 1-a.. w en c a: LL -I w z i= z w en a: 0 -I LL PRES. BARACK OBAMA BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Two weeks ago and without publicitY, the majority of soldiers left Iraq. But was not until August 31t, that Barack Obama the end of America s lcc>mlbat mission in Iraq During his speech to the naPresident Obama said last full combat brigade ac left and the country's se is now in the hands of the We have sent our young men and women to make enor mous sacrifices in Iraq and spent vast resources abroad at a time of tight budgets at home ... Now it's time to turn the page, President Obama sa id. Sentinel rea d e r s who lis t e n e d to th e pres id e nt' s address s h a r e d th e ir comm e nt s with o ur r ea d e rs. James Ransom said, Onc e aga in PresidentObama provided a m e ss a ge to the world that wa s clear and concise. He showed deep respect for those whom have served and sacri ficed their families and lives for our Country in wars of the past and present. He fulfilled his commitment to bring our troops home after stabilizing the national security of Iraq. He s on target with restor ing America s foreign relation ships and he revealed his plan to focus on reviving our econ omy by creating more jobs, and developing our skills to compete globally." Ed Racker said, This marks the end of our major involvement in a war that should never Automobile Accidents All Serious Injury Claims Wrongful Death Nursing Home Abuse Medical Malpractice Slip & Falls. hav e happe ned and i s the second bi g gest blunde r sin c e Custer at the Littl e Big Horn Th e Pr es id e nt s e riou s l y un d e rst a t e d the cost of the Ira q blunder as we will pa y the c ost of after-care for thous a nds of troops, which is estim a ted to in crea s e the overall cos t of the war to 3 trillion dollars! "President Obama put a lot of food for thought on the table and I hope my fellow Americ a ns were not distracted b y the discussion of giving credit for "The Surge, or where our president was born or what is his faith or the many other distractions used by the radical right Wing conservatives to con fuse the American population! D r GeorgeFoxx said, "In sum, President Barack Obama stated grace fully the active military engagement in Iraq was concluded. The remaining troops in Iraq are there as a safety valve is clearly under stood. "Also this was President George W. Bush's doing and www. stringerlawfirm.com Befor e choosing a lawye r ask f o r writte n informa tion about the lawyer's legal qualification s and experience. n o w the fund s c a n b e spent more wisely at h o m e with jobs, and the e conom y ove rh a ul. Ms. Denese Meteye James said, W a tching the president brought a gr eat sens e of pride to me for the l e ader of our country He is keeping his campaign promise of finall y bringing our men and women home after hundreds hav e lost their lives. There has been and continues to be a sense of urgency as families need to be together again. "We saw our country fall apart under the leadership of former President Bush, and yet, President Obama is ex pected to come in, perform a miracle and fix the problems that took years to create. The is sues we face today did not occur overnight and will not be re solved over night. Despite the fact that our troops are coming home, we should not become complacent that all is well We need toremember that AI Qaeda is still out there and our country still must be protected." Howard Harris said, Slowl y but sure l y Ptesident Obarna i s untangling America and the world from the follies of George W. Bush, who cut taxes for the rich and at the same time borrowed money from China to furid his two wars and his prescription drug program for seniors "President Obama's health program will eventually fund the prescription drug pro gram. Getting us out of Iraq will slow the need to fund the Iraq fiasco and allow us to concentrate on the needs of America. The next dragon to slay is Bush's insane tax cuts for the rich, which are due to expire this year It's a shame that President Obarna is three times better than Bush, II, and there are some who still will not give him credit. * * * * :J.r tfNt" tt('/fJ !'f('f. ltj/t!fJIIM ill /)I( ({() tilt< 8/ifl!ohwr ;y;, ?lk.rmr
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"11 Features ::o Prosecutors To R eview Mail--Who Saved couple From m USF Hazing Incident Burning House Doesn't Feel Heroic BY IRIS B. HOLTON BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor leas e no additional inform a tion about it. He further stated that there is a Florid a statute that Sentinel City Editor m ::0 Earlier this week, a case of a l leged hazing was turned over to the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office. Both the Tampa Police De partment and the University of South Florida have released sparse information about the incident. Neither agency will reveal the number of victims or the number of alleged suspects who are involved. The University of South Florida issued an e-mail about the incident. The victim came forward 5 days after the incident and we began to investi gate. We are continuing our investigation, but we have sent a large portion df the case to the State Attorney's Office," Ms. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said. The incident reportedly took place on August 22nd and Au gust 23rd, at a vacant business on Busch Blvd. Police have not released if there were any in juries related to it, She also said that there is re portedly more than one victim and more than one suspect mak es hazing a criminal act. Early Thur s da y mornin g a n Fraternity Suspended East T a mp a m a n save d a cou-Dr. Jennifer Miningall, ple inside a burning duplex. Vice President of Student Af-However, he does not view himself as a hero. fairs at the University of South During an interview with the Florida, school policy requires Sentinel, Lorenzo Stewart that the fraternity or sorority is said he was asleep around 3 immediately suspended penda.m., Thursday. As he turned ing the outcome of the investiover, he saw the reflection of gation . flames in a mirror. He knew "We take these allegations that something was wrong and extremely serious and we take got up to check it out. action before the final report is "I'm still trying to get over the complete. We suspended shock. I came out of iny house Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and dialing 9-1-1 and screaming for pulled its ability to function them 'at the same time. Thank Ms. Lara Wade, USF's God they heard me, I'm just News Director, University glad they heard me By the Communications & Marketing time I got outside, the front said, there are only 2 act ive porch was in flames," Stewart Omega members who returned said. to campus this fall. She further When told that he was con stated that those allegedly in. sidered a hero, Stewart said, valved iri the incident are not "I don't feel I did anything students. heroic. All of my heroes are overseas doing what their Rogue Activity country rieeds them to do." Attorney Delano Stew-: The fire was at the home of art, a member ofthe Graduate Ms. Roseina Sims and Earl Chapter of Omega Psi Phi FraByrd, .4703 N. 42nd Street, ternity since 1955 said,' "The J\partment A. Ms. Sims is graduate chapter has no kTiowl-. hearing unpaired, her sister edge of anything This is rogue said. activity from outside the scope The Tampa Fire Department of the organization. arrived at the scene and had He further stated that in ves tigations will be launched at LORENZO STEWART ... alerted couple inside burning aparbnent the blaze under control in about 20 minutes. Investiga tors determined a couch on the porch caught fire from some improperly discarded smoking materials. The report further stated, "He (Stewart) ran over to the burning house and by yelling and beating on the windows he woke the two people inside. Thanks to Stewart the two adults inside the burning house exited safely," the report said. The structure was a wood framed house that had been di vided into two apartments. Ms. Sims and Byrd had lived there less than two months. Their neighbor Donald Tal-Ms. Roseina Sims and Earl Byrd were inside the apartment when fire began. ton, had there for about 11f2 years. Talton said he was at work when the fire took place. "I normally don't work on Wednesday night . But I worked last night and I left my phone in the car so I didn't find out about it until later. Talton said he is unsure if he N 0 ..... 0 can save any of his posses sions "I'm not afraid of any-;!! thing, but that roof looks like O it's going to collapse any minute. I'm not going in g there." en Officials said the contents of m Talton's home were not con-sumed by flames ; The losses z are estimated at more than $45,000. lll c:: r rm According to Mark Cox, spokesman for the Hillsbo rough County State Attorney s Office the case was received and is currently being investi gated. 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features M a: w m w 1-a.. w en local Choir To Compete For 'Best Choir In America' Title BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor c a: Th e congreg a tion a t N ew u.. Life T a bernacle United Pentecostal Church, under the le a d ership of Daniel Davy, is singing the praises of the Lord. The reason? Their choir has advanced to the regional final September 11 in Jack sonville in the quest to be named "The Best Church Choir In America." The com petition is part of the Verizon Wireless "How Sweet the Sound" competition. The so-member New Life Tabernacle Choir reached this stage in the competition based on a recorded performance the y submitted to cont est 'udges, plus online voting b y the public. The choir (38 memb e r s and 5 musicians) will be jourC neying to Jacksonville to coma: pete stated Kenyatta LL Harris, public relations die rector for the church The z <( choir will be doing The Lord I s Blessing Me b y Larry TrotC ter, which we've been giv en ffi permission to re-arrange she :::l 1-w > w c w :r:: en ::J m :::l a.. z i= w ..J ..J :::l m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. PASTORDANIELM. DAVY stated. The church was notifi e d A ugust 16, 2010 th a t the c hoir had qualified for the re g ion a l competition. Oneil Wright is the Minister of Mu s i c and Daniella Wright is the Choir Director. Winning in Jacks onville would be a fabulous bi1thda y gift for New Life which will celebrate its 18th church an ni v ersary on Sunday, Sept. 12th. The choir will be back in town to minister that Sunday mornin g following the comp e tition," Ms. Harris stated. "W e want all of T a mp a to sup port us through pray ers and b y attending the regional com petition." The winner of the Septem ber nth competition will earn up to $16,000 in cash and prizes and advance to the na tional final in Washington, D. C., where "The Best Church Choir In America will be crowned and up to $50 ,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded . "How Sweet The 1Sound is much more than a singing competition for choirs it is an opportunity to celebrate the uniqu e ways that gospel music connect s p e ople," said Pam Tope, Florida region pre sident for V e rizon Wire l es s New Lif e T a bernacle UPC is one of 7 g roups that will com pete before Gospel music le gends CeCe Winans, Donald Lawrence, Marvin Sapp, other judges and a live audience at Jacksonville s Vet erans Memorial Arena. ELANO S. STEWART, PA S.--STEWART EYATLAW The Community For 45 Yi ars" Relocated To: Areas Of Practice: t 'lity, .Domestic & Entertainment Law Sandra Cornwall, Esq. & Delano Stewart, Esq. Worker's Compensation The hiririg of a Iawter is an important decisioo that should not be based solely upon advertisemeots. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our quaifications and experience. ArtsProiect To Be Discussed At Next Budget Hearing Mayor Pam Iorio has gon e on re c ord, saying before she l ea v e s o ffic e in 2011, she will push to turn Zack Street into an arts y thoroughfare leading to the waterfront. In the ma y or 's 2011 budget still pending approval from the City Council, there is a re quest to approve $1 million in funding for the Avenue of 4fts Project. With the backing of down town business leaders, the Mayor lobbied the Council to support a plan to split the Community Investment Tax funds evenly between the city's parks department and the Avenue of Arts Project. The Council agreed and the funds were used to convert a portion of Zack Street into a two-wa y road. City Council Chair, Thomas Scott, said half of the $2 million that repre sented the Community In v estment Ta x w as used for parks and recreation As a Council we will take a look at it and see if there are any other needs that need to .be addressed first before we agree to allocate more funds for the project. I think the Mayor has an emphasis on art, so I assume she wants this completed be fore she leaves office. First, we will have public hearings to THOMAS SCOTT City Council Chair address the needs of the com munity. We may move items around in the budget to real locate funds. Chairman Scott said his main concern this y ear was that parks and recreation get what they needed and mak ing sure the fees were afford able for families and seniors. "So far, I'm pleased with the way this has been ad dressed We will discuss the Avenue Of Arts Project during a public meeting at our next budget hearing in a couple of weeks." Reporter Leon B. 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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. 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 TOYNEITA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. On labor oav: An Alrican P _erspective H ow many school children know the story of the origin of Labor Day? If you, or your children have forgotten, allow us to remind you. The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City in accordance with plans of the Central Labor Union. Later, on June 28, 1894, the U.S. Congress passed an act making the first Monday in September of each year a national holiday. However, we would like to set the record straight. To our recollection and to our sense of justice, Labor ,Day for Black Americans did not begin on Tuesday, Septe}llber 5, 1882. Instead, it began on August 1, 1619, when a Dutch slave ship docked at Jamestown, Virginia and unloaded 20 Africans, who were indentured to workin tobacco plantations for the next seven years. Such would.begin Black labor in America, a wretched, back-breaking tradition that has continued past slavery, past Reconstruction, into the twentieth century and continues to this day. Yes, we salute Labor Day as do all Americans. But America must forgive us if, in our celebration we take a solemn pause to remember the sacrifice of our ancestors under the slavers-lash of that so-called sacred word, "Labor." Not Standing For Something Has led To Black unemplovment When the City and County announced layoffs, we wondered out loud why no one stood up to question the impact on Black employees. Then, when the Workforce Board began laying off Black professionals, we thought certainly some major wave would be out for blood be.caiise so many Black folks were booted. Now, once again, Hillsborough County is reorganizing and targeting departments led by three Black employees, and again there is a need to speak and demand monitoring the impact on Black employees. When the Tampa Police Department changed leadership and all-white assistant chiefs were appointed, we just knew someone would shout "HOLD-UP!" But there was nothing. Black gains are eroding, one-byone. If the of the crop is being cut; we know what this means for everybody else in the neighborhood. We need a new activism to take hold, and we need it now! Is there no one to step forward, no one to speak? This is the year 2010. Are we revisiting September 1960? Is anybody home, in the Black community? Last week in Washington, D.C. thousands upon thousands assembled, spoke and marched to reclaim the famous and historic dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The occasion was a very good idea because regardless of how much or how many times we make reference to it, The Dream is celebrated more out of respect than an obligation. After hours of inspirational speeches, the reclaim The Dream attendees took to the street in a symbolic march. Assuming that The Dream was recaptured or reclaimed last weekend, the question is what are we going to do with it? Will we strive to make it a complete reality or will we continue to use it as a one day occasion to celebrate? T older we get, the more we forget. Of course some of those memories need to be filed away. Years ago, I was lucky enough to work as Press Sec retary to Senate President Gwen Margolis, a Democ rat from Miami. Margolis was the first women to be elected Senate President in the nation. She was a liberal, and probably one of the smartest women in American politics. We had just come off a vicious, exhausting cam paign to elect a Senate Dem ocratic majority. The whisper campaign raged with a mes sage "You don't want a Jew running the Florida Senate do you?" It became an ampli fied war cry that didn't work. Democrats took over the upper chamber. Lawton Chiles became Governor and T.K. Wetherell be came the Speaker of the House This was the last group of powerhouse Democrats and Republicans that produced innovative workable solu tions to governance. Black Senators Carrie Meek, and Arnett Girardeau were extremely effective in producing landmark legisla tion, along with Representatives Corrine Brown, Doug Jamerson, Alzo Reddick, Betty Holzen-I had the opportunity to watch the event on C-Span. It was truly a pretty inspira tional affair. Several speakers actually had something to say. Watching the Reclaim The Dream celebration got ine to thinking that it is time for Americans and African Americans to stop playing with The Dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We need to realize that the dream is not something that we can celebrate today, honor Dr. King and then pack it away for storage until the next occasion to celebrate it comes around. This is what we usually do. Dr. King's dream is a road map for all Americans to live up to the creeds, the princi ples, the promises and the dorf, AI Lawson and Willie Logan, just to name a few. Senators Karen Thurman, Edgar Dunn and the cerebral Jack Gordon were eloquent in debate and mediated many dis putes ..... but none could stop the disturbing transforma tion of the legislature brought on by Reapportionment. The dignified lawmaking body morphed into a brawl ing, nit picking, ridiculous group ofgrown folks fighting over which citizens would be in the legislative and congres sional districts they were drawing. Of course every one of those involved in the had a stake in the outcome. A small group of had situa tions far more contentious tlian others . But as it moved past the public hearings and Justice Department reviews, the process took on a circus like atmosphere. Racist comments escalated, battles over making the dis tricts all Black versus a cer tain percentage becaine the center of debate. The many episodes were indescribable during Reapportionment. One battle that almost be came front page news, was the actual floor fight between two Senators in the corner of the chamber, where one pulled a weapon. I was standDr ea m needs to be put on the table and kept in the forefront as a goal that all Americans should work to achieve. The "Dream" is so real, so eternally true until it must be worked on every day. I can't .5-l help but think that the Re-1\) claim The Dream March will be talked about for a few days 0 and participants will return to their homes to the business as usual routine. Who can forget the Million Man March? It was a magni ficent event. The spirit of love, brotherhood and ideal Americanism was never more evident. But, what happened? The march was talked about for a few days and then par ticipants returned to business as usual . When will Black people learn that we cannot improve our lot in life by living in the bosom of business as usual? When will Black folks learn that we can't move ahead while standing_ still? Which brings me to the question, now that we have reclaimed the dream, what are we going to do with it? ing next to the Senator about to be done in by a Senator no torious for being very, very aggressive. A female Repub lican Senator stepped be tween the two men and defused the testosterone flair up. All I could do was look up 'TI r 0 0 :1> (J) m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r r m ::! z at the Press Gallery, relieved that my former colleagues ., were unaware of the con-C: llJ frontation. I always liked that r lady Senator, but she was my en hero for life after that foolish-ffi ness. 0 Attorney Pam Burch Fort, the first Black to be the m staff director in the Senate, lead the powerful Commerce -t Committee, and has her own ffi set of horror stories. She has been advocating change i:h: the process for decades, and is now an advisor to Fair Dis-tricts Amendments 5 & 6. 0 The back in the day antics have played out several times 0 since, and will continue to prevent equcll representation for the African American community unless Amend ments 5 and 6 are passed. With all thepolitical progress m ade, passage of the amend ments wouldib-seal the deal that finally people of color when it comes to fair representation. Gayle is a former member of the Capitol Press Corps and Press Sec retary to Senate President Gwen M(lrgolis during reappottionment in the 1990's. She was also an adjunct Journalism instructor at Florida A & M University where she was awarded Dis-tinguished and Outstanding C) Graduate status. She is a m corporate & political consult-ant in TallahaSJiee. ,.

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T"" 0 N (") .-----=:--.-a: w m :!: w Ill. w More Than 8,000 Names Have Been Removed From Voter Rolls CJ) '-'--------= In Flo rid a, individu a l s wh o have been co n v i c t e d of a felony mus t apply with the Cl e m ency Board t o h a v e their ri ghts r estore d Some right s r e storations a r e a utomatic, but the confusion take s place when p eople donit understand the process, Craig Latimer, c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w :J: CJ) :J m ::J ll. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m I ...J w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ...J LL Help liOVd I don t know Lloyd Jones. I never m e t his mothe r Crystal Daniels either But it do e sn t matter. The y are in desperate rieed of help. And that i s a ll I needed to know to write this column. You s e e Lloyd Jones is d ying. And the thing that makes his story ev e n sadder is the fact that he' s onl y 9-y ears-old. He has been diagnosed with something called h)rper eosinophilic syndrome. It is a disease so ,rare that it has onl y been known to inflict so other individuals None have survived the disease, and without a bone marrow transplant, Llo y d will become its youngest vic tim. After reading his story m y heart went out to his mother for attempting to do every thing in her power to ensure that her son doesn t meet the same fate. As a parent, I couldn t help but empathize with her situation. I felt compelled to do something for Lloyd. And while m y circumstanc e s prevent me from becoming a donor myself I decided that the very least I could do was bring some more attention to his cause. So here I a m writin g about Lloyd in hope s that some one reading this will be jus t as willing to give of thems e lves The process is simple. All Lloyd nee d s is someone with a matching blood typ e After that p erson is found, they can begin a procedure that calls for the extracting of bone marrow from the donor s hip bone with a sp e cialized n e edle. For those who fear being cut open there is no surg e ry r equired. Some temporary pain may be felt at the injec tion sight. But wh a t's a littl e discomfort when there' s a life at stake? The procedures that can help Lloyd can only be implemented after he a successful transplant. That is why there is so much urgenc y in getting him a matching Donor. He simpl y doesn' t hav e much time to wait. There is an old proverb that says it takes a village to raise a child." Well, ri ght now it's g oing to take s om e c a ring a:nd courageous members of Lloyd' s village to help save him. Is there an y body ready to take up this task? spokesman for the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office said. Latimer further said after the list of names is rec e ived, the Supervisor of El ections Office is required to send a certified letter to the address on fil e for that person. If the letter is returned, the names must be publi s h e d in a gen eral circulation newspaper The most recent list contains 8,ooo names of Hillsborough County resi-Anyone wanting to help Lloyd can call (813) 382-0449 An y one wanting to contact Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr 43110-018; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, S. C. 29512; or email him at cbarr2@oasisnovels.com Reality On Ice is b y the Florida S entinel Bulletin Publishing Compan y AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! PA p ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. P GIBBS. ESQ MATTHEW KOCHEVAR, E SQ. THOMAS E PARNELL. E S Q ERIC M t'-'IOORE. E S Q l OUR FIRM IS RATED lNDALE-HUBBELL lGHEST w RATING FOR LEGAL ABILllY AND ETHICAL STANDARD, WORLDWIDE. CJ 71e Hiring If A I s A n lmpmttmt Dcsici o n Tha t Should Not B e Based Sa/ e l y Upo n Advertisem ent. ____ ____ ________________ d ents. H e state d tha t if the p e r son disagrees, t h ey a r e entitle d to a hearing and h a v e the opportunity to di s cuss the issue. He also stated that many peopl e are confu sed becaus e of the recently changed Restoration laws. Restoration is automatic in some cases, but the p e r son must fir s t a ppl y for r es tora tion," h e said. Latimer further state d that the Supervisor of El ections Office has bee n working closely with the ACLU and the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP on the issue. New Ordinance Makes Banks Responsible For Upkeep Of Foreclosed Propenies BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The failure of the economy has left thousands of homes abandoned due to foreclosure Hundreds of these homes litter the East Tampa area, and city officials were concerned about them being used for illegal activiti e s or the proper ties not being maintained Two weeks ago the Tampa Cit y Council addressed that probl e m when they adopted an ordinance tha t makes banks, or whoever owns the prop e rties, responsible for the upkeep and safety of the dwellings. City Council Chairman, Thomas Scott, said fortu nately, his office hasnit gotten calls about abandoned houses turning into drug houses. But I am aware that thes e ab andoned structures are in areas where there is a lot of drug activity. I'm concerned that the boarded up homes are a contributor to the prob lem." Chairman Scott said fore closed proper:ties are the focus of city officials right now. "The new ordinance says all of the foreclosed and boarded up homes have to be registered and maintained. The reason we want them registered is to make it easier to identify them and who owns them." In East Tampa, overgrown lots are still a problem Code Enforcement officials are also looking at houses that have been damaged and the owners are being fined until the house is repaired or. removed. We need to concentrate more on getting these dwellings fixed and available for occupanc y 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW The Law Office Of Angela B. Wright, P.A. N ational Cri m inal D efense College Acrid a Assoc Crim inal Defense Lawyers National Assoc Criminal Defense Lay.yers Practice Federal And State Courts EXPERIENCE MATTERS Over 20 Years Experience FELONIES AND MISDEMEANORS AGGRESSIVE MOTION PRACTICE BOND HEARINGS WARRANTS TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS/LICENSE SUSPENSIONS PROBATION VIOLATIONS CERTIFIED EXPERT CRIMINAL TRIAL ATIORNEY 300 N FRANKLIN ST., TAMPA FL 33602 SERVING BAY AREA COUNTIES (813) 277..0068 Email: wright@abwrightlaw .com www.abwrightlaw.com

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Local Hillsborough Countv OHices Close For Labor oav The majority of Hillsbor ough County offices will close Monday, Sept. 6, in obser vance of the Labor Day holi day. These offices include the administrative offices of County government, neigh borhood service centers, Head Start centers, senior centers and nutrition sites, Fire Res cue Administration and the Fire Marshal's office, and all libraries. The County 's InfoLine call center also will be unavail able on Monday, Sept. 6. Animal Services is already closed to the public on Mon days due to budget cuts. A limited number of officers will remain on call for animal emergencies only at (813) 7445660. Shelter operations will resume at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 7 School Board Approves Teacher's Contract BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Hillsborough County School Board approved the teacher's contract in a 6-1 vote on Tuesday afternoon. As a re sult, the s,chool calendar will change this year. Teachers will receive a 2% raise, a 4-day weekend in March, and no school during the week of Thanksgiving. Ad ditionally, the students will have 14 early release days dur ing the school year. Teachers at the top of the pay scale will receive a $1,000 lump sum payment before winter break. The School Board will also continue to pay for fin gerprint monitoring and an employee-only health insur ance plan. The new contract gives teachers an additional postplanning day. The new contract requires 12-month employees to make up the 3 days they receive dur ing the week of Thanksgiving. Ms. Linda Cobbe, spokesman for the Hillsbor ough County School District, said the number of early re lease the same as fast year. The half da y s are: September 15th and 29th; October 13th and 27'h; November 10th; De cember 81h ; January 12th and 261h ; February 9th and 23rd; March 9th; May nth and 25th; and June 8th. There are no half days scheduled in April. The last day of school has also been changed from Friday, June 10th to Monday, June 13th. Members of the Hillsbor ough County School Employ ees Federation ratified their negotiated contract by 99%. Ms. Cobbe said the school year still consists of 181 days. But the grading period changed and the report cards dates will also BUSINESS. ..... ,.... CLASS BANKING ' ' Service Understanding Passion You don't draw a line between your business and personal life. Neither do we. Your business deserves undivided attention. And that's exactly what you can expect. We'll get to know you, as well as your business. So we might suggest Online Payroll as your business expands, but we'll also talk about the other things that can keep you up at night. Like tuition. That level of service is more than just our promise, it's your right. To see all the ways we can serve your business, visit suntrust.com/businessclass or call 866.442.1370. Partnership Solutions SUNTRUST live Solid. Bank Solid. SunTrust Bank, M e mber FDIC. t>2010 SunTrust Banks, Inc. SunTrust and Live Solid. Bank Solid. are federally registered service mark s of SunTrust Banks, Inc r-0 ::tJ c :t> (J) m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z "tt c: m c (J) :J: m c m < m ::tJ -< -t c: m (J) c :t> z c ::tJ c C) m """ I \ :t>

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Local N C") a: w m :2: w .... a.. w CfJ ).:' King's Kids Academv APPlies For Chaner Designation < c a: LL. The Tampa Ba y Comm-unity Family Development Corporation, who op erates Kingis Kids academy of Health Sciences, has applied to the Hillsborough County School District for status as a charter school. If approved, the school would become a center for kinder garten through fifth grade by 2011. Tampa Bay Community Family Development Corporation Direttor, Dr. Maxine Woodside, said converting the school to a charter school instead of a private institution has been a topic of discussion for four years. C "We were trying to decide fE what our approach would c be. We looked at health issues in the community and >-decided health would be the best focus, and to work with en children to help them develop healthier habits." .,_ As a charter, we would have a wider net to reach the kids in our community and 4J be able to work with the pare ents. Dr. Woodside said en they've talked to the University of South Florida's School of Medicine and z received assurance they'd j: P(Ovide interns to tutor and mentor the kids 5 "With the economy hurting m so many families, we felt the ..J cost factor of operating as a w z private institution was an i= issue. We've been around 25 ffi years, and we see parents CfJ struggling more and more to pay for their child's educa-0: tion. 0 We want to continue to ii serve the community and DR. MAXINE WOODSIDE this would take a lot of the burden off the parents. We have committed instructors and we want to continue working with children. Dr. Woodside said they will know something by December on their request. "We have an interview in October with the School Board. I am very optimistic about it, but I know it's a grueling process." "Nothing will be disrupted in the process. With the charter school our interest will continue to be character building. Some sacrifices will be made, but our main goals will remain the same Dr. Woodside said if their application is approved, they expect t o enroll 70 students in the first year, increasing to 215 students b y the fifth y ear. The private pre-kindergarten school has 110 students, and would r emain op e n after the charter school b e gins operation. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. Bible Seminar On PRAYER < I 00 w Cl "Be careful for nothing; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God. Philippians 4:6 Wednesdav, Thursdav, Fridav September Bth-10, 2010 J P. M. NiUhtiV PASTOR T. D. lEONARD, Facilitator MT. TABOR M. B. CHURCH 2606 w. Grace St Tampa, FL33607 [8131 879-3964 Senator Praises Student For Perfect FCAT Score BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Although many school dis. tricts w e re unh a pp y with the r e cent scores of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) some students did well. In fact, some earned the highest score pos sible in certain areas of the test. One of those students was Janaesaquania "Janae" Williams, a 16-year-old nth grade student at Tampa Bay Technical High School. J anae had a perfect score on the reading portion of the test. In addition to earning praise at home and school, Janae's score also drew the attention of State Senator Ronda R. Storms. In a letter written. to J anaesaquania, Senator Storms wrote, .. : You have scored the highest level of achievement possible in Reading This truly remark able accomplishment means you are among the most pro-FYI Civic Association Meeting The Thonotosassa, Seffner Mango Civic Association Inc will hold its regular monthl y meeting on Monday, Sept 6 2010 6:30 p. m. at Sterling Heights Park 11706 Williams Rd. Thonotosassa (33592) All m e mb ers a re ur g ed to be present and on tim e Famil y friends and neighbors are welcome. Please bring concerns ques tions and suggestions. For more information, con tact Pauline Larry Grant, (813) 986-3300 Rainbow Ministries 1405 Park Street Seffner, FL 33584 813-381-3937 Pastor: ELDER JOSEPH B. GREEN First Lady CHERYL GREEN Weekly Worship Schedule Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 11:30 A.M. Monday Morning Prayer 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship Prayer Service 7 P.M. Bible Study 7:30 P.M. Saturday Morning Prayer Warriors Service Every Second sat Of Each Month "Come A Table Has Been Prepared" www.rainbowminlstrles.webs.com JANAESAQUANIA "Janae" WILLIAMS ... Perfect Score in Reading on FCAT ficient and promising students, not only in Hillsborough County; but in the entire State of Florida. "Though the FCAT isn't the only measure of how well students are progressing, your brilliant scores are a clear and convincing signal of excellence now and virtua ll y unlimite d potential in the yea rs ah ea d. With your ability there is no ceiling on y our bright future. Ms. Eureka Williams, Janae's mother said when the letter arrived she gave it to Janae. We were both surprised about the letter, Ms. Williams said. Ms. Williams said she wasn t surprised that J anae had made a perfect score on that portion of fue test. She said the young lady is an. honor student and loves to read. However, Ms. Williams said she is especially proud of Janae because the young lady is deaf in her right ear, partially deaf in her left ear, and has a speech impedi ment. "I think it is important that people realize that peo ple with disabilities can still aim high and do good things." Ms. Williams said Janae is the oldest of her 7 children and plans to become a pedia trician in the future. Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeunu The Green Ridge and Delaney Creek Estates Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting will be held Tuesday, September 7, 2010, 6:30-7:30 p. m., at Winston Park, 7605 Destin Dr., Tampa (33619). The coordinator is Mrs. Ola Lott (813-626-4831). Tampa Bav Tech Class Reunion The Tampa Bay Tech Class of 1980 will be celebrating its 30th Class Reunion September 24-26 2010 at the Hilton Tampa Airport 2225 Lois A ve. For more information please contact Yvette Williams-Stephens (404) 963-2923. Join Us Iti Celebrating Pastor's 27th Anniversary BISHOPW.L. WHITE, SR. And Wtfe, LAVERNE September 7th -Iotli1 7:30P.M. & September .I2th 4P.M. Theme: ""We.Have Come This Far By FAITH!" IIIO E. Yukon St. N. *Tampa, FL 33604 Phone Number (8I3) 93I -4400

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'Fresh 4lile' Youth Rallv Alpha Kappa Alpha Applauds Planned For College Hill Resilience 01 New Orleanians Conleren. ce Center Presidentpraisessoror-SaidStewart, "We all share ship Conference. ity for its role in rebuild-the sensitivity of personal loss As part of the :::C ELDER CHARLES DAVIS On Saturday, September nth and continuing mi Sunday, Sep tember 12, 2010 the College Hill Conference Center will be the site for an exciting event geared to ward the younger generation of Tampa. The event is entitled FRESH4UFE. FRESH 4 UFE is presented as an alternative to the urban hip hop slang term so popular today "fresh 2 def" which denotes the latest or newest gear, or in other words to be on the cutting edge. FRESH 4 UFE will feature contemporary Christian artists encouraging those in attendance to realize that there is an alterna tive and that they are talking about one who was the "freshest" to ever walk the earth Jesus Christ. He was the freshest be cause He knew the end at the be ginning and you can't get any fresher than that. "This youth rally will be the first in a series of events to encourage young people to showcase their talents for Christ. Our goal is also to inspire them to reach their full potential and understand that God gives us all a measure of tal ent and ability; but no matter how talented we may be, we should never forget to give praise and hon'or to God because He has blessed us with that ability, explained Elder Charles Davis, Senior Pastor of College Hill Church of God in Christ 1 am excited about this event. Kevin "K. K." Hobbs, former Detroit Lions linebacker, came up with our theme K. K. has been picked up by the Miami Dolphins, but if his schedule per mits, he will serve as the event's keynote speaker," he continued. Future events will also include our take on BET's "Sunday Best it will be Hillsborough County's Best. Young people who ------------------------UNITY M.B. CHURCH 311.1 Ybor St. Tampa ,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 ELDER H H. HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30A.M. Moming Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED are interested in showcasing their talent for upcoming events should contact William Sanders at (813) 972-3409. I would also like to thank all of the churches and organizations who worked with us to make this rally a success." The event is scheduled to begin at 5 P .M. on Saturday and Sunday and is free and open to the public. The Conference Center is located at 1002 East Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard (corner of 10th Street and Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard). For information regarding this event, contact 813 972-3409. (See advertisement in this issue) Editor Gwen Hayes can be reached at (813) 248-1921 or :pnailed at edjtor@flsentinel.com. ing area and restoring as a result of Katrina to so service initiative that hope many and share our prayers the Conference, Alpha Chicago, Illinois Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's re cently-installed international president, Attorney Carolyn House Stewart credited the spirit of the citizens of New Or leans, members of the Sorority, and other volunteers for their collective resolve and collabo rative efforts in rebuilding the city and restoring hope to those whose lives were upended by Hurricane Katrina. She noted that on the occa sion of the fifth anniversary of the Hurricane, it is inspiring to see the citizens united in their determination to rise from the rubble and begin anew. and words of encouragement. Alpha made history as the We must continue our collecorganizationofits kind to tive efforts to support the area and collaborate in the conimpacted by the storm includstruction of a Habitat for Huing the resilient citizens who manity home. She recalled stayed and those who wish to how uplifted members felt as return." they worked alongside builders Stewart credits Alpha d h lp d h an e e ammer, Kappl.). Alpha's chapters in New Orleans and along the Gulf drywall and performed other tasks that culminated in the Coast, other agencies, and in-dividuals for their focused completion of a riew home commitment to the rebuilding a resident whose home was demission. strayed by the Hurricane. The AKA president pointed Attorney Stewart declared out that in 2006, soon after that this commitment to Katrina hit, the Sorority chanice is part of the Sorority's neled its monies, resources sion that its 250,000 memt>er:sl and energies to New Orleans in 975 chapters worldwide where they held their Leader-to fulfill. \ I 1\) 0 ...... 0 r 0 c )> en m z ::! z m r I tD c r r m ::! z 'tl c tD r (j) :::1: m c m < m :::c -< -4 c m en c )> z c :::c c G') m CD I )>

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C'\1 Five Years After Katrina: w Man Reflects On Being ll. In The Eve 01 The Storm c a: u. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After living in San Diego for several years, Elder George Elpheage and his wife, Charlotte, decided to return home to New Orleans, Louisiana. But, as fate would have it, they never moved back to their native city : The couple and their three daughters were -driving back to New Orleans. ELDER GEORGE AND MRS. CHARLOTTEELPHEAGE "Everything was ready for us. My parents, (Pastor and Mrs. Russell and Judy Mason), had gone to take my sister (Kachaira Mason) to college in Lafayette. My brother, Lynarise, was waiting on us. u. "We were actually driving C in the storm. When we arrived a lot of streets were blocked off and the police c had us turn around." section of the bridge from Slidell to New Orleans was just gone. We drove around for days sleeping in truck stops," he said. They arrived in Baton Rouge and made contact with Bishop Gordon, a member of the Church of God in Christ, of which they are also members. ffi The family ended up at a :::: shelter that night and it was several hours before he made contact with his brother. He provided shelter for the 10 family members for about 10 days. His brother was a member of the Tampa Storms and the team was also trying to help them. w > w c w :::z::: (/) :::i m :::: ll. z i= w ..J ..J :::: m I ..J w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ..J u. < I 0 ,... They met at the Super Dome and decided to drive to Lafayette to meet their parents They were only allowed to spend one night at the shelter in Lafayette. "We just drove around looking for somewhere to go. We tried to go back to the city, but everything was blocked off. There was so much damage. The middle The family arrived i n Tampa and they met Mr. and Mrs. Nick (Hazel) Hall, who had a 6-bedroom house on the market. "They took the house off the market and allowed us to stay there. My parents, my brother, his girlfriend, and their son went back to New 9-11 Jesus Is Calling! Are You Readv:COO Natallo Grampe & The Golden Harps 0 -VIne ond Destiny Praise Dancers CRM FREE CONCERT SATURDAY 11th 6 P.M. Mt. Calvarv SDA Academv Church 3111 E. Wilder Avenue llampaJ Pastor Moaee Brown MC Feed Our Children Paul Lodato Ft The Bam Donee Team MJ;N Other Special Guests Include: The Heaven Destiny Praise Team Unmarried Favor 4Evermore, Hudson Tom Smiling RoE>inson MC New Life Ministries Pastor Ned Akinson Rivers of Life Step Team Pastor Swafford w 813-767-5151 www. VisionOfHarmony.com Orleans. My family stayed there until December 2005. During that time Elder Elpheage met Elder Charles Davis, pastor of College Hill Church of God in Christ. "Pastor Davis found a place for us to stay with the option to buy. We closed on the house on May 19,2007. "The City took us in and went above and beyond. They have been good to us and made it easier for us to stay." When asked why he didn't return to New Orleans, Elder Elpheage said, "I felt the Lord had called me here. I didn't know it was going to be that way when I got here, but everything was in place. I didn't think anything could be as bad as it was I lost some of my friends in the storm." Elder Elpheage, 37, said all of the members of his family were able to leave safely. But shortly after wards his grandmother, an aunt, and an uncle died from heart attacks and a stroke And, when they could with the exception of his family and a few cousins who remained in Texas, everyone returned. A native of New Orleans, Elder Elpheage said he and his wife grew up in De sire Projects. BISHOP CLAYTON FERGUSON, And PASTOR & ELDER DOROTHY FERGUSON Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Worship Services 11 A.M. Evening Service 6 P.M. Wednesday: Bible Study 7 P.M. Friday Youth Evangelist Night ?P.M. Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Selects Black Woman As Running Mate Last week, Rick Scott, a Republican candidate for the Governor's Office announced his choice for Lieutenant Governor. That individual is State Representative Jennifer Carroll, the first African American Republican woman to appear on a statewide ticket in Florida. A native of Fleming Island, Trinidad, Rep. Carroll re tired from the U.S. Navy as Lt. Commander Aviation Mainte nance Officer, after serving 20 years of service. Beginning her Naval career as a jet mechanic, she was the recipient of several medals and ribbons. Rep. Carroll moved to Florida in 1986, and launched her political career in 2003 when she was elected to the ouse of Representatives. She ecame the first Black woman Republican elected to the Florida Legislature and was ap pointed Deputy Majority Leader by Speaker Johnnie Byrd in 2003-2004. She served as the Majority Whip from 2004-2006. Rep. Carroll is a member of several professional, political and social organizations in cluding: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., lifetime mem bership in the American Legion REP. JENNIFER CARROLL ... Chosen as Republican Gu; bernatorial Running Malt: Post 0197, NAACP, and NRA. She is also a Paul Harris Fellow, member of Unified Sports men of Florida, and Republican Women's Club of Duval Federated, Dual Mem ber. She earned her B. A. in Polit ical Science from the Univer sity of New Mexico and her MBA from St. Leo University. Currently residing in Miami, Rep. Carroll is married to Nolan Carroll and the mother of three children, Nolan, II, Nyckie, and Necho. Unlversitv Mall Theaters Closed Down Thursdav The theaters at the University Mall closed its doors Thursday evening (Sept. 2, 2010). Theater owners, Glimcher Realty Trust, say low patronage to the movies caused it to close. Mall operators are hoping to bring in another movie operator. The theaters were operated by Regal Cinemas. Traffic at the mall has dwindled over the years when several of its major stores relocated to newer malls. ST. JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 5202 S. 86th Street Tampa, FL 33619 (813) 677-2411 Sunday Services: Early Morning Worship-7:45A .M. Church School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship-11 A .M. Wednesday Night : Bible Study-6:30 P.M. Thursday: Bible Study 10:30 A. M. stjamesamepv@aol.com REV. MICHAEL B. PRICE Pastor Abundant Life Non-denominational Church 4125 Nassau Street W. Tampa. Florida 33607 (813) 875-9077 www.abundantlifeonline com Weekly Gatherings Sunday School : 9 : 30A.M Morn ing Worsh i p : 11 :OOA. M Teen Night: Tuesday 7 P M 9 P M Bible Institute : Wednesday, 7 :30P. M Intercessory Prayer : Monday Friday, 6 :00A. M Corporate Prayer : 111 & Friday 7 : 30 P M Pastor Karen Sames Sr. Pastor "I have come that they might have life .. more ABUNDANTLY -St. John 10 :10

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Local :c Meeting Outlines How Minoritv Businesses Can Connect To High Speed Rail I :c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday afternoon Kevin Thibault, Executive Director of the Florida Rail Enterprise, met with minority business owners The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the numerous oppor tunities that the bullet train will create. During the meeting, Thibault discussed the vision of the High Speed Rail Sys tem, the phases of the project, the jobs and procurements, and the economic growth and environmental benefits. Congresswoman Kathy Castor said "We are excit e d about the project It s about a long term vision, but in short term it s all about jobs. She further stated that Florida is the first state in the nation to get this project off the ground using stimulus funding. Mayor Pam Iorio said, "This is a very large project that will create 15,000 jobs as sociated with the project. The federal government is invest ing in a different mode of transportation. During the meeting, Thibault talked aboqt Disad vantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), Minority/Women Soul Rca<:h Bahamas M i s s i o n 2 0 I 0 Need Y o u r Help! ne'eci U.'-.: I. Y thtst food Bt'low R auJe n Noodle. , Can Tuna, Km> l A i d C -''!"n &lx Grits, Jib &1,n""' ti.l 81 3) 4-3S 0'700 Business Enterprises (MBE) and how minority-owned and small businesses must be re gistered to participate in the procurement process. He en couraged all businesses with out the Disadvantaged Business Enterprises certifica tion to register and obtain it . The Rail Enterprise project process includes the procure ment process, subcontracting opportunities for those busi nesses with a DBE certifica tion. The project will be divided into two phases. The first phase will target an Early Works Safety project and a de sign buil_9., operate, maintain and finance project. Minority and small firms with expertise in general civil work in several areas, includ ing drainage design and construction; highway and rail road design and construction; commercial design and con struction; signalization system design and construction; secu rity system design and imple mentation; and various aspects of rail and transit op erations will be chosen to par ticipate in Phase 'One. There will also be a need for a range of professional services that include: legal, ac counting, public relations, marketing, security, janitorial and other services related to the operation of a high-speed rail system. Thibault said High Speed Rail Systems have been oper ational since 1964 when Japan introduced the concept. Cur"' reritly, China is working on a system that cover 8,200 miles, and will be the largest in the world. w Upon completion the High N Speed Rail System will travel down the I-4 Corridor, stop-0 ping in Polk County before reaching its destination in Or lando. There will be several stops in Orlando and the sys. tern will end at Orlando Inter national Airport. The trains, which operates on electricity, will travel every hour at a speed of 168 mph and arrive in Orlando in 45 minutes. The plans call for an extension connecting Miami as well. The High Speed Rail Sys tem will be housed at the Mar ion Street Transit Station, along with the proposed Light Rail System if it is approved. The plan inCludes building covered platforms and the Florida Rail Enterprise ex pects to have 2 million riders per year. Procurements for the pro ject are expected to begin in November 2010, subject to availability of federal funding. High Speed Rail System is expected to be operational by 2015. r 0 en m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z "'tt c: m r en ::I: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c :c c ...... ...... I )>

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0 c; Local N ffi Council Postpones career Fair m Decision On The Sulphur Spring s Re source Cent e r, 8412 N. 12th St., Tampa (33664) wtii be the sit e of a career fair Sep tember 16, 2010, 5 7:30 p. m. a.. Woolworth Building <( C Th e Tampa City Council wanted to get done before leaving office in Spring, 2011 The building's owner has argued that leaving the in place makes the property difficult to reno vate / For more information contact James Jackson, (813) 936 3064. fE decided to postpone indefinitely a vote that would re lieve the owners of the old Woolworth and J. J Newberry buildings from having to preserve the facades c CI: LL c z <( c en w ::::) > CI: w > w c w ::I: en :J m ::::) a.. z w ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z i= z w en <( c CI: 0 ...J LL <( I C\1 .... Tlu ; majority of council members said if the issue :had been put to a vote, would have supported leav ing it in place. Mayor Pam Ioffo said. killing the agreement to fa cilitate downtown development was something she City Attorney Chip Fletcher said he pulled the item fr9m the agenda last week becaus ehe couldn t get a firm commitment from the 5 wners to c d fumemorat 1 Hhe historic Civil Rights era sit ins that occurred at the Woolworth building. Site Change The Tray eling Stars will eel. ebrate th .l ; 50th Allnfversary I on September 19, 2010 at St. Johr l' cathed.ra Y 34cn '2stb Ave. Another site had been named in pre-mailed com munication. D CDC SummerVPKP "Quality Care When You Are Not There" 3716 E Lake Av_e (East Tampa) Phon 813-621-5038 CALL NOW FREE Meals included (breakfaft, lunoh, aok) FREEVPK wit:h FREEVPK Aftercare proridedlf7 .scholarllhip from 8:ooAM--: u, s:ooPM 'Must be age4by 09/07./7.009 .. : .. .. . : . ... .' ;. / . r . . J < SU!'Jol..-n: u ""td f dir.r.ltlttnt S. n ; .,...,. (Sf-k) -"oCto ci> hi I ft fk>hlutl is futu.l,.lfp,....grum t h a r a uderul<; tutcn lnft In
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, Loca NFl Season Underwav: Former Buc Exec Is living Dream As GM Yankee Emplovee Stands Bv World Series Troohv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers now perman ently in the rear view mirror, Doug Williall;ls is now the general manager of a professional football team. Williams will be in charge of the front office for the Virginia expansion team "in the United Football League. Williams said he's read y to get started, and-will be. in charge of everythi:rtg with football with the Virginia franchise. Right now, we're working on selecting venues for the, games. " This is a great opportunity for me. Working from the ground up is very exciting, and there s a lot of work to be done. Asked if he felt this experi ence would later dire<;t him back to the NFL, Williams said he's not thinking about the NFL. I never got this chance with the NFL. I feel really positive and excited about the future of this league We're not competing with the NFL. We're looking at the underserved areas of the country where there is no football and mak ing it more of an affordable opportunity for the family. Williams said they are not scouting college players right now, and are looking for play ers with experience . "The majority of the players we have now have NFL expe rience already, and now they will get another chance to dis play their abilities." This league is similar to the United States Football Leagu e (USFL) in the early 1980s but it will be run differently. We will have a salary cap and ,.,.Doug WillHims (right) "With' his former Washington Redskin teammate, wide receiver Gary Clark. we're not trying to compete with the NFL." Williams pointed out that about 150 players have been relea-sed from the NFL this season, and they will all get a second chance in the UFL. We already have Daunte Culpepper, Dewayne White, Chike Okeafor, Nick Ferguson, and others, and for coaches, we have Dennis Green, Jim Fassel and Jay Gruden. There are five teams now and next year, we'll have 8. The season starts Septem 18th and we have an 8-game season. Next year, we'll hav e a 10-game season. The games will be broadcast on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and can be seen on cable networks HD Net and Versus." Williams said this is quality football and fans are so enchanted with the NFL, because that's what they are accustomed to. "Now, fans will hav e another outlet to see great football. Before, a lot of the players cut from the NFL faced the e nd of the road. Now, they can pro-Voice Your Opinion Hotl ine #: (866) 977-4820 For Advertisement Or Sponsorship Opportunities Call King Cobra Enterprises (813) 244-0848. long their careers and step their game up. It was 23 years ago when Wiiliams go t his chance to play in the NFL. He played quarterback for 11 seasons, beginning with the Tampa. Bay Buccaneers from 1978 to 1982. He moved on to the USFL's Oklahoma Outlaws ,. 1984, played with the merged ArizoRa Outlawso:in 1985, and would have been with the team in 1986 had the league not folded. came back1:o tire. NFL in 1986 with the Washington Redskins, where he stayed for four seasons before retiring. With the Redskins, Williams was named the MVP as the quar terback who won Super Bowl XXII and became the first African American quarterback to start and win a Super Bowl. The bulk of Williams' career since leaving the field has been with the Buccaneers in their front office and as head coach of his alma mater, Grambling state University. He also spent time as an assistant coach, offensive coordinator and college scout He feels that experience will help him judge talent in his new position. Lillian is standing by the World Series Trophy the Yankees won in 2009, for the 27th time. On April 3, 2010, Yankee employee, Lillian P. Simmons received a World Series ring from supervisors, Vance Smith and Michael Jackson. Yankee baseball players received theirs at a later date in New York City. Billion to Edueation. Since 1988 the Florida Lottery's commibnentto educatio n has remained our mission. Millions of students have attended Florida's public schools and their education con tinues to make a difference in their future. Our commitment to education has reached students in Florida's 67 counties including community colleges and state universipes. In addition, now more than 450,000 students from across the state have received a Lottery -fun,ded Bright Futures scholarship, opening the door for new generations to obtain a college education. Today's Students Tomorrow's Leaders. "'0 c: aJ r c;; :I: m c m < m -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c :IJ c

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Bucs Depth Is Suspect c a: LL c The pre-season seems to reveal that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers biggest problem to winning this season will be their depth. The Bucs' first team seems ready to compete. It is when they go beyond their starters that their problems arise This is true both on offense and defense. The Bucs are 1-2 in the pre-season play going into their last exhibition game. The Bucs could easily be 3-0 except that the reserves weren't able to hold the lead or extend the lead. Part of that can be attributed to the youth of the team. Some 20+ ucs will have less than three years of NFL experi-z ence. <( Is Tiger Back In Stride Last week, Tiger Woods W played in the first round of != the FedEx Cup Playoffs He > finished tied for 12th in the ffi Barclays and vaulted from number 112th to 65th in c FedE x Cup standings. W Ona par 71 golf course, Tiger shot 65, 73. 72 and :J 67. Had it not been for a triple bogey on the first hole a. the 72 would have been a 69. In the Barclays Tournament, tij Tiger hit more fairways, hit ::j more greens in regulation s, ::::> made more putts and hit Ill more good shots than at u1 another tournament this Z year. The question is whether or W not Tiger Woods is back in stride aga-in? We should C know by Monday. By then ii: Tiger will have completed g play in the 2nd leg of the LL four in the FedEx playoffs. Plant Gets Zapped By Manatee Last Friday night the Plant High Panthers traveled to Bradenton to play Manatee in an exhibition game that was really not an exhibition game. The game was a rematch of last year's sA championship football game won by Plant. That was a matchup between Plant and the #2 ranked team in the country and Manatee the. number 19th ranked team in the country. The game was a matchup of two teams that don' t like to lose nothing It was also a matchup of two of the top running backs in the country, Plant's James Wilder and Manatee's Michael Blakely. Manatee zapped Plant 48-10, while Blakely outshined Wilder by scoring three touchdowns, passing for one and gaining 180 yards. These two teams may meet again. It's That Quentin Williams Kid Again Jefferson's senior quarter back Quentin Williams is back doing what he does best, and that is gunning down opposing teams. In a preseason game, the bullet throwing Williams passed for three touchdowns, ran for one and passed for more than 250 yards in less than 2-1/2 quarters of football. College coaches, Quentin Williams is for real. Don't worry about his height, check the fire power and the accuracy of his passing arm. The arm and his mobility scream Division I prospect. EDDYKAN ENTERTAINMENT ,..-.\ Presents /' .. \. BACK TO THE f / 80s SUMMER JAM Sunday, September 2010 8 P.M. 80s A TitRE THE HORSESHOE. LOUN6. DJ Eddy Kane Will Provide You With ALl The Hits From liiii/JI\.. 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He was a 1,000yard rusher two years ago with the Giants, but struggled to make the transition to a new offense NFL Suspends Aaib Talib One Game Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Aqib Talib was sus pended one game and fined an additional game check for AQIB violating the TALIB NFL's personal conduct policy. Talib was scheduled to ea rn $83,382.35 for each game check. Talib was arres ted last year for assaulting a cab driver. He was entered into a pretrial diversion program and ordered to attend anger man agement classes. He'll miss the Buccaneers opening game against the Cleveland Browns on Sept. 12. Talib, 24, had five intercep tions for the Buccaneers last season and has nine in hi s two-year NFL career Burress Loses Bid For Work Release NEW YORK-Former N ew York Giants Super Bowl star Plaxico Burress has come up short in his bid for work release during his two-year prison sentence in a gun case, a denial that could keep him behind bars until at least next spring, prison officials said Tuesday The state Department of Correctional Services said the nature of his November 2008 crime merited turning down his request for a work furlough, which would have let him spend some portion of his time free and working. Burress can appeal the decisian, but otherwise can't PLAXICO BURRESS reapply for a work furlough until June 6 2011, the date he comes up for potential full release if he gets time off for good behavior. Browns' Rogers Fined BVNFL BEREA, Ohio -Shaun Rogers wasn't sure if he caught a break The NFL dec::ided Tuesday to only fine the Cleveland Browns' nose tackle and not suspend him for carrying a loaded gun into an airport. The league said Rogers will be fined a one-game check roughly $400,000 or 1/17th his $6.9 million salary this season for violating its personal cond uct policy. Police said Rogei,"s carried a semiautomatic handgun in a carry-on bag into Hopkins International Airport in April. He reached a deal with SHAUN ROGERS prosecutors last month and was ordered to enter diver sion program to avoid trial on the weapons charge. Labor Day Holiday Collection Schedule In observance of the Labor Day Holiday o n Monday, September 6, 201 o, there will not be any residential collection services induding household garbage, yard waste recycling and blue box recycling services.' Residential collecti o n services will resume on your next regularly scheduled coilection day. Customers Holiday Collection Schedule . Holiday make up collection services for household garbage household recycling. and yard waste have changed. Each holiday, this change saves approximately $72,000 i n personnel expenses, 90() gallons of fuel ($2,268) and reduces the c arbon dioxide (C02) emitted by 20,070 lbs This equates to projected annual savings of over $500,000 and 140,490 lbs reduction in carbo n dioxide (C02) emissions. Observed Holidays: No service provided New Year's Day MLK Day Spring Day (Good Friday) Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Veterans Day I" lftheholiday falls on: Then garbage collection "" service resumes on: Monday ---.. Tuesday ___., Friday Thursday ___., Monday Friday ___., Tuesday \.. ..) of Sohd Waste Note: Collection service for Thanksgiving and Christmas will resume on the day immediately folio the holiday. New Tampa residents, please contact Hillsborough County Solid Wa;te Mal}agement at (813 ) 272 5680 for your res i dential collection schedule.

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Sports Vick To Stan Finale As Eagles Rest Their Staners PHILADELPHIA Michael Vick will start Philadelphia' s final preseason game because the Eagles are resting their MICAHEL starters VICK Coach Andy Reid says Vick will play the first half against the New York Jets on Thursday night. Rookie Mike Kafka is slated to play the second half Kevin Kolb will be on the sideline. Vick, a three-time Pro Bowl quarterback with Atlanta, has n t started since Dec. 31, 2006. He signed with the Eagles last summer after missing two seasons due to his imprisonment Vick has 133 yards passing, no touchdowns, three interceptions and a 33 7 quarterback rating this preseason. NFllookinu Into Brandon Spikes Video The NFL is investigating a compromising video of New England Patriots rookie linebacker B r a n d o n BRANDON Spikes with a SPIKE woman that has been on the Internet. We are looking into it," league spokesman Greg Aiello said. The NFL's personal conduct policy states that all associated with the league are required to avoid "conduct detrimental to the integrity of and public confidence in the National Football League." Once rookies are selected in the NFL draft, they are subject to the policy. Spikes, who turns 23 on Friday, was selected by the Patriots in the second round of the draft in April. Though Sour, Mo Won't Root Against Lebron MOWILLIAMS vs. LEBRON JAMES Mo Williams had a Sunday flight into Cleveland that was four hours late and right on time. The travel delay allowed Williams to unexpectedly bump into LeBron James at Hopkins Airport for a the-air type of discussion between the two former team mates that Williams says was "much needed. Williams and James were close during their time together with the Cavaliers, and Williams was one of the play ers stung the most by James' departure to the Miami Heat this summer. "Part of me is still sour ... but I wish him the best," Williams said Monday between holes at the Cavaliers' Youth Fund Golf Classic at Westfield Country Club. "He's got enough people rooting against him, he doesn't need one more." "T1 :!:! c Nevada Regulators Probing MGM Reson -CJJ m "'tJ -1 m s: m LAS VEGAS -MGM Resorts International was under investigation after the underage son of basketball great Michael Jordan bragged on Twitter about partying at a Las Vegas Strip nightclub, Nevada gambling regulators said Monday. Officials were examining whether the casino operator violated laws prohibiting drinking or gambling by minors, Nevada Gaming Control Board enforcement chief Jerry Markling said. People under 21 often try to gamble or drink in Las Vegas, but punishment for casino operators depend on the circumstances, Markling said. Jordan's 19-year-old son Marcus Jordan tweeted Aug. 20 about spending $35,000 at Haze at Arl.a Resort & Casino. Jordan was in Las Vegas for his dad's fantasy basketball camp with his brother, MARCUS JORDAN Jeffrey, and teammate A.J. Rompza. A video posted to Twitter by Jeffrey Jordan shows all three players hanging out at the Liquid Pool Lounge, the resort's adults-only pool. m J] UCF basketball spokesman Doug Richards said -the school had no comment. 0 Markling said he could :!:! not comment specifically about the case. He said the control board's findings would not be made public Subscribe Today! ---------------------------------------------< ; SLAND .. 1"\F'IIIJ' cl\ [ ;uuo,l'\&: MUSIC TO SOOTH CHANCE OF MIGHTY OTHER GUEST DJs. BEFORE 12 A .M. AND. 12A. M AlOUT NEW SPOT & .GRILl .... CJ1 )>

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or------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Entertainment N 'Takers' Seizes Top Spot WILL PACKER And ROB HARDY There has been a change at the top: Takers ($20.5M), overtook The Last Exorcism ($2oM) for No. 1 as the top new movies flipped positions from Sunday's estimates. And James Cameron's Avatar reopened at No. 11 with $4 million. St. Pete native Rob Hardy and Will Packer have come a long way from their CAST OF TAKERS Trois. Now working with multimillion dollar budgets through their company Rainforest Films, Hardy and Packer have developed a chemistry that carefully mixes creativity with busi ness. "Hollywood filmmak ing is absolutely a business," Parker said. "It's the busi ness of creating, distributing and marketing content." A string of box office successes Stomp The Yard, The Christmas and Obsessed has led to their project, Takers, a spin on the action heist that stars Idris Elba, T. I., Paul Walker, Chris Brown, Michael Ealy, Hayden Christensen and Zoe Saldana. BAR -LOUNGE\"' ---LIQUOR STORE; LIQUOR Amsterdam 11t for 16.00 a: o Amsterdam pint for 8 .00 ...I LL Remy Martin VSOP for 59.99 < I (0 ,... w '' ' Remy Martin VS 11t for 41 00 Remy Martin pint _for 16.99 Grey Goose 11t for 41 .00 Grey Goose pint for 16.99 ti' i'L f>' . A .. EOPEN:iN . s ALE!!!!f: LIQUOR Bacardi Run 11t for 21.99 Bacardi pint for 8 .99 Hennessy 1 It for 45.99 Hennessy pint for 21.99 Nuvo Bottle 31.99 Seagram Gin 11t for 16.99 Seagram Gin pint for 7.00 BEER Steel Reserve 2/11 2/4 pk for 5.00 Natural Light or Ice 2/4 pk for 5 .00 Heineken 12 pk for 12.99 Natural Light or Ice 12 pk 12 oz cans or bottles 6 .49 UN D A Y S L DAY 8.00 BUCKET BEER SCREEN TV'S AND PROJECfORS Chris Brown savs Michael Jackson Tribute was Not Fake On Tuesday, Chris Brown finally responded to the reports during an appearance on BET's "106 & Park" show to promote his part in the film "Takers" and talk about his single from the movie, Deuces." "At first we were talking about it, but I think maybe something in the future. But right now, I'm just doing the whole Chris Breezy thing." Brown was also asked on Tuesday about his famous teary meltdown during a Michael Jackson tribute at the BET awards in June, and he explained why he got so emotional during the event. "A lot of people don't know, I was going to see Michael Jackson the day he died," said Brown, who has long talked about his admiration for the late King CHRIS BROWN And MICHAEL JACKSON of Pop. "I was on my way to the Staples Center to see him [the day he died] ... When I heard 'Man in the Mirror,' the words started speaking to me in my personal life. It just touched me. It wasn't fake. I know people were try ing to put extras on it, but everything was genuine. That was my ultimate apology, hands down." Goon With Machete_ Claims Rav-J Stole Movie Idea, Issues Threat A west coast goon is sending Reality star Ray-J a message after hearing about the release of his straight to DVD movie that Ray-J discussed on The Monique Show this summer. According to Bossolo, Ray-J's new movie entitled Envy, is a rip off of a movie he has been pitching entitled Envious. N**ga you stole my idea, Bossolo said in -his video. "We hang with the same people and you just happen to release my idea n**ga?? In addition to offering a way for the two men to han-RAY-J dle business, the goon also let's Ray-J know that there will be a price to pay for the disrespect.

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T.l., Wife 'Tinv' Arrested On Drug Charges T.I., Wife 'Tiny' Arrested on Drug Charges LOS ANGELES -Grammy Award-winning hip-hop artist T.I., who his still on probation after serving time in prison on gun charges, was arrested along with his wife on suspi cion of possessing methamphetamines after police allegedly smelled marijuana smoke after stopping their car in West Hollywood, officials said. Police booked the rapper, whose birth name is Clifford Harris, Jr. and wife, Tameka "Tiny" Cottle for possession of a controlled substance; according to Los Angeles sheriff's deputy Mark Pope. "Deputies smelled a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle," the department said. A narcotics investi gation ensued and the arrests followed Deputy Diane Hecht said Thursday that the two were booked Wednesday night in Los Angeles County jail. Deputy Luis Castro says the couple posted $10,000 bail each and were released from jail at about 4 a.m. Thursday. The self-proclaimed "King of the South" has a lead role in the movie "Takers," which debuted at the top spot at the box office this weekend. He recently spent seven months in an Arkansas federal prison and three months in a Georgia halfway house on fed eral weapons charges. Since that case, the 29-year old rapper proclaimed that he had shifted his life in a new direction. He gave several speeches about the dangers of drugs and guns, and former United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young was one of his supporters. "Right now, it's all about moving forward and just acknowledging the blessing that are here today ... Just mov ing past the regrets of yesterday-the things that could've been done better," he said. The father of five married 39-year-old Cottle in July. DiddV Sued BV Ex-Emplovee ForS12M DIDDY Sean "P .Diddy" Combs is being taken to court by one of his former employees that claims the music mogul fired them because of age and dis ability discrimination. Reports that 51-year-old Francesca Spero claims she "clashed with" Diddy after she told him she'd need hip surgery in 2008. Spero was the former Vice President of Management and Publishing at Bad Boy Records and says she "suffered a relapse" into an addiction to prescription medication and alcohol; thus making it a dis ability. Spero says Diddy attempted to "freeze her" out of her position at his Bad Boy Records label until she was fired and replaced in March of 2010 with a woman who "lacked her skill set" and was 10-15 years younger. She is seeking $12 million from Diddy and Bad Boy for age and disability discrimina tion. New's Year Eve No-Show Costs Singer Ne-Yo S156K BALTIMORE-A judg e has ordered R&B singer N e-Yo and his booking age._nt to pay more than $156,ooo in dam ages because the performer failed to appear at a 2008 New Year' s Eve concert in Washington state. Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Philip Caroom ordered the. payment Tuesday after a four-day trial in late July and early August. Promoter Kenyohn Clark sued Ne-Yo, whose real name is Shaffer Smith, and Maryland-based promoter Mike Esterman. The judge ruled in favor of Clark, who claimed that Esterman misled him and failed to return a $95,000 deposit Court documents show NeYo testified at trial that he knew in his "heart of hearts" that the deposit should have been returned to Clark. lil wavne Releasing 'Tha caner IV' Album oav He's Released From Jail We've already reported that Lil Wayne is set to release his I Am Not a Human Being EP on September 27, his birthday. Its lead, Drakeassisted single, "Right Above It," debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. But Jermaine "Mack Maine" Preyan, the incarcerated rhymer's Young Money label head, revealed to M1V today that the highly anticipated followup to 2oo8?s Tha Carter III could come just weeks after that. Since Wayne had recorded so much music before being locked down last spring, Maine said that they plan to release Tha Carter IV on November 5, the day Wayne is released from Rikers Island. :0 0 }< C/) m "D -t m s: m m :0 JN 1\) 0 ...a. 0

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soaps/Horoscopes (") a: UJ al UJ 1-a.. UJ CJ) c ff: ALL MY CHILDREN -Angie wonders if her blindness has become permanent; Tad is surprised to hear Krystal is going to Palmer's party with Caleb; Da,vid and Greenlee attempt to outwit each other. Asher asks JR for a job; David reveals to Greenlee that he overheard her plotting with Ryan; someone collapses. AS THE WORLD TURNS Bob and Kim are stunned at Chris' downward spiral; with news that Chris needs a new heart, Tom and Margo are on the case. Henry gives Katie some words of wisdom after a visit to Brad's grave site; Reid's heroism yields devastating results. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Brooke begins her first day of her leave of absence by commiserating with her sisters; Ridge pleads with Hope to move back home; Amber takes an opportunity to rub Aggie the wrong way; Bridget makes a confession to Stephanie. Ridge plans a romantic evening for Brooke and pres ents her with a touching surprise; Stephanie and Jackie talk about Owen and Bridget's situation; Bridget experiences intense pain and begins to go into labor. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Sami takes out her revenge on EJ; Kate has second thoughts about her phone call to Sami; Vivian works on her plan to entomb Mag gie; Victor calls Stefano on an infraction of their families' truce. Rafe makes his true feelings known to Sami; Bo tries to explain to Ciara the truth about Hope; Maggie confronts Brad y about his drinking; Nicole asks to borrow mone y from Chloe and Daniel to leave town. c a: GENERAL HOSPITAL-Claire takes Johnny's statement about the shoot-ing; Nikolas offers Brook Lynn refuge; Suzanne continues to urge Brenda to go z back to Port Charles. Sonny and Brenda may finally come eye-to-eye; Johnny <( surprises Lucky with a job offer; Jason assures Sam that he only loves her. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-John takes off in search of Eli and Blair; a fire breaks CJ) out in Tahiti; J makes excuses when Viki finds her at the hospital. Natalie UJ ::l worries that John will figure out the baby isn't his; Starr tells Todd that she's 1-> going to arrange a memorial service for Tea; Kelly and Rex grow closer. ffi YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-John returns to give Billy some needed Gj advice; J.T. agrees to help spy on Newman. Billy takes Victoria's silence as a bad c sign; Chloe finally confesses. UJ ::I: CJ) ::J m ::l a.. z i= UJ ...J ...J ::l al ...J UJ z i= z UJ CJ) I <( c a: 0 ...J LL <( I co T"" Movie 1\.eviews MOVIE REVIEWS Takers This movie is a classic! T. I., Paul Walker, Idris Elba, Chris Brown, Hayden Chris tensen and Michael Ealy make you root for the bank thieves. Very intense and action-packed. Don't miss this one. No.1 at box office. Made $2o.5M. (Budget $35M) The Last Exorcism You better be a believer before you go watch this scary movie. Very disturb ing. Best horror movie this year. No.2 at box office. Made $2oM. (Budget $18M) [H-*112] Lottery Ticket -A teen (Bow Wow) from the projects hit the $370M lottery. Hey Bow Wow, sign the ticket! Made $17M. (Budget $17M)[**] Piranha 3D Prehistoric Piranhas get busy on the locals. Lots of blood. Not for Kids. Made $18M. (Budget $24M) [***] Eat Pray Love -Julia Roberts travels the world looking for love. Good movie for you and your girl. Made $6oM. (Budget $6oM) [***] Nanny McPhee Returns The first Nanny McPhee was better. Pass on this one! Made $17M. (Budget $35M) [**] The Expendables Sylvester Stallone, Jet Li and Jason Statham play a group of mercenaries who are double-crossed during a mission. Very good fight scenes. Don't miss it! Made $82M. (Budget $8oM) [****] The Other Guy Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg star in this comedy about to mismatch cops trying to take it to the next level. The movie struggled for laughs until Ferrell's pimp scenes. Made $ggM. (Budget $1ooM) [**112] Dinner For Schmucks-Wait for thevideo. M d $6 M (B d t $6 M) [**] I -RATINGS *** Very Good I *** Good I * Average I Wait For Video

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Funerals MRS. GlADYS GERALDINE HAYES BOWERS Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Gladys Geraldine Hayes Bowers of Tampa, who passed away Monday, August 23, 2010, will be held Saturday, September 4, 2010, at 1i a. m. at First Baptist Church of West Tampa, 1302 N. Willow Avenue, with Rev. Rayford Harper, officiating. Interment will be In Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Gladys Geraldine Hayes Bowers was born on June 27, 1925, in Tampa, to the late Anaias and Mary Hayes. She was a graduate of Middleton Senior High School, class of 1943 Gladys resided in Miami, FL, for many years, where she worked as a professional housekeeper. She retired and moved to Tampa to help with her grandchildren. Gladys loved the Lord, her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She dedicated her life, time and servfce to her church; First Baptist Church of west Tampa, as well as a member for 25 years. She was preceded in death by: her grandson, Torrey Sr.; cousins, Annie Grace Robinson Stennis, Eula C. Howard and Elizabeth (Honey) Robinson; and special friends, Mrs. Dottie Rahmings, Mrs. Irene Coates and Mrs. Rose George. She leaves to cherish her memory: daughter, Twanda Bowers of Stamford, CT; son, Tyrone (Susan) of Brandon, FL; granddaughter, Camille George (Kenny); 5 great grandchildren, A'kendria George, Comecia George, La Torren George, Kenyon George and Lil Torrey Bowers, Jr.; special cousins, Susie Howard White (Herman) of Atlanta, GA, Roy Robinson of Macon, GA, Janet Davenport (Carter) of Tampa, Clarence Nathan (Deidre) of Tampa,_ Emma _Nathan of. Tampa, Willie Parker (Robin), Tony Parker, Brenda Howard Kitchen of Tampa, Florrie Howard Jones (Gerald), EdJlie Howard (Jackie) of Georgia, Grace Sherman and Marlon Lewis (Marjorie); .special close friends, Joyce Scott, Marietta Fuller, Comina Hills, Beverly Lane, Eddie Mae Williams, Betty Seay, Charlie Johnson, Mother Rosa Seay and Ms. Sadie. "Ms. Gladys" as she was affectionately called, had many friends, nieces, and nephews that are deep in their sorrow of her loss. A visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, September 3, 2010, from s-Sp. m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY . Family and friends are asked to meet. at the church at 10:45 a. m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. WILLIA MAE DAVIS Homegoing services for Mrs. Willia Mae Davis, So, of Tampa, who went to be with the Lord August 29, 2010, at University Community Hospital. Final tributes of love and funeral services will be held Saturday, September 4, 2010, at 1 p. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3S3S N. 29th Street, with Reverend Evan Burrows, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories. Willia was born August 12, 1930, in Washington, GA. She is the only daughter of the late William and Ale an Harper. She was the widow of the late Spencer Hollingshead of Akron, Ohio. She also was the mother of the late Charles "Pop" Cornelius. Willia attended the public schools of Tampa, and upon completion relocated to Akron, Ohio. She was a supervisor at Uniware in Akron, Ohio, for 30 years. After moving back to Tampa, in 1993 she worked at Four Points Hotel for five years. She also worked at the Sam Gibbons Federal Courthouse, retiring in.2005. Mrs. Davis was a proud member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Akron, Ohio. After relocating, she found a church home at First Baptist Church of College Hill. She enjoyed spending time with her great grandchildren and family. Her favorite past-tinie also included watching "The Golden Girls" and "In the Heat ofthe Night." She leaves to mourn: her granddaughters, CaLeathiea Reynolds (husband, Calvin) and Carmen J.ohnson; daughter-in-law, Charlotte Cornelius; great grandchildi-en, Cailynne and Camerin Reynolds; close friends, David and Ruth Walton, Amelia Hicks, Barbara and Edward Jones, James Williams, Gregory Williams, and Patricia Jones; and a host of other friends. Mrs. Davis is gone but not forgotten and will always be remembered in our hearts. She will be deeply missed. A viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, September 3, 2010, from 5-7 p. m. Family will receive friends during that time. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 12:45 p. m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. JEAN JOHNSON WILSON Homegoing services for Mrs. Jean Johnson Wilson of 3202 East Yukon Street, who demised Saturday, August 2S, 2010, will be held Saturday, September 4, 2010, at 2 p. m. from Cathedral of Faith, Inc., 6304 N. 30th Street, with the Bishop J. H. Howell, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Jean Johnson Wilson was born on September 21, 1932, in Miniia, Alabama. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Eliza Evans Johnson of Alabama; her husband, John T. Wilson, Sr.; her daughters, Elizabeth Betty Jean Laws, Deborah Jean Williams and Mary Ann Wilson. Her wonderful life will forever be cherished by: her 2 beautiful daughters, Sandrah E. Smith and Sylvia D. Wilson; her handsome son, John T. Wilson, Jr. and wife, Belinda; her devoted step-son, Johnnie C. Wilson; her sweet sister, Asleen Griffin; devoted brother, Edward Johnson and wife, Lillie Mae; her wonderful sisters-in-law, Reba L. wilson. Maude Daniels and Maggie Mitchell (Robert); brothers-in-law, Olin Dean Newsome (Mildred), Willie \<\Tilson (Louise), Ed Newsome and James Wilson; grandchildren, Priscilla Ann Johnson, LaTesha T. Williams, George E. Hines, Jr., Staci D. Hines (Rell), Walter J. Smith, III, Parren J. Smith, Tyshiro J. RickS, Kendra D. Williams, Sharece A. Williams, Krystal A. Wilson, John T. Wilson, III, Rashard D. Smith,-Sylvia J. Wilson, Jeremiah A. Wilson, Johlinda Wilson and Thomas J. Wilson; great grandchildren, Jaylin Roldan, Jordan Smith, Isaih Smith, Kameryn J. Saffold, Gekiah E. Hines, Jaylin Smith, Mesiah Smith; and a host of-grieving family members and friends. The viewing for Mrs. Jean Johnson Wilson will be held Friday, September 3, 2010, from 6-S p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY ON SATURDAY. The funeral cortege will leave from 7117 Bonito Street on Saturday, September 4, 2010, at 1:30 p. m. EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website At: flsentinel.com JUANLAJOSH EURIYA BALDWINHUDGINS Homegoing services for Juan LaJosh Euriya BaldwinHudgins, a.k.a. J-Love, who passed away on August 29, 2010, will be held Saturday, September 4, 2010, at 11 a. m. at First Union Missionary Baptist Church, 3707 E. Chelsea Street, Tampa, 33610, Reverend Bruce Gorman, officiating, eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Juan Baldwin-Hudgins, affectionately known as "J-Love" by close friends and family, was born in Tampa, to Cynthia and Richard Hudgins on May 30, 1976. Juan was a graduate of Chamberlin High School, class of 1994 He was a lifetime resident of Tampa. Mr. Baldwin-Hudgins was a faithful employee of the City of Tampa Parks & Recreation for nine years. He was preceded in death by: his great grandfather, Charlie Baldwin; great grandparents, Josh and Clyde Mathis: grandfather, Richard A. Hudgins; grandfather, Willie S. Baldwin; great uncle, Charles Respert; great aunts, Lula Baldwin, Annie Cochran, and aunt, Annie N. BaldwinClark. Juan leaves to mourn his precious memories: his parents, Richard and Cynthia Hudgins; great grandmother, Annie M. Baldwin; grandmother, Lula M. Baldwin; grandmother, Yvonne Hudgins; brother, Tavares L. Hudgins; sister, Candis Hudgins; niece, Shaniya Hicks; aunts, Darlene Rooks (Solomon Martin); Joann \<\Thetstone (husband, Terry), Frances Baldwin, Diedrea B. Willis (husband, Astley), Connie Williams and Phyllis Hudgins; uncles, Willie Baldwin (Shan), James Baldwin, Michael Hudgins (wife, Do"t); great uncle, Melvin Baldwin and (wife, Loretta of Massachusetts), Clarence Baldwin and wife, Earline (Wisconsin); great aunts Eula Baldwin (Thomasvil,e, Georgia); Merdice Respert (Atlanta, GA); Trudy Capehart, Mandy Wilson (husband, Dade City, FL; cousins, Charlie Baldwin (wife, Zondria), Tunisha Ross, Lekchisa Pennyman, (Georgia) Denionde Clark (wife, Catoria), Reginald Clark, Rudolph Clark (Clarice), Matthew Harrell, Freddie Thomas, Jerrell Thomas, Anthony Martin, Theodis Whitehead (wife, Latoya), Obie, \<\Thitehead (wife, Carolyn) Anthony Whitehead, Rodney Baldwin, Willie Baldwin, Jr., Reche' Butler, James Baldwin, Jr., Corey Anthony, Charlvester Anthony; Carlos Anthony, Orlando Ricks, Michael Hudgins, Jr., Michael Riley, Diongela Rooks, Gregorah Lewis, Antonika Baldwin, Chassity McNeal, Ed.n,a Whitehead, Shamika Baldwin, Shonte ., ::u c Baldwin, Kimberly Baldwin, Dearra Anthony, Brittany (/) Hudgins, Breshay Hudgins, m Jessica Williams. 1J He also leaves to mourn -i special family friends, the Bal-m loons, McCree, Omo and Fola S: Ogundipe, Essie Sims and Walter Holmes; and a host of ::u other sorrowing relatives and _w friends and his special pets, Sugga Mama & -T-Bear. Visitation and wake ser--" vices for Mr. Juan Baldwin-0 Hudgins will be held Friday evening from 6-S p. m. at First Union Missionary Baptist Church, 3707 E. Chelsea Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. on Saturday:. A HARMON BURIAL. SISTER JOYCE ANN PATTERSON The homecoming of Sister Joyce Ann Patterson of Brandon, FL, departed this life on Monday, August 30, 2010. Her. funeral service will be held Saturday, September 4, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Belmont Height Church of Christ, located at 5701 N. 3Qth St., ., r 0 ::u c )> (/) m z :::! z m r m c: r r m -i z Tampa, Evangelist Alfred L. Williams will provide the eu-"t1 logy. The rnterment will ffi low at Sunset emory r Gardens. Cii Sister Patterson iived a :X: only a wife, mother, aunt, and < friend she was also teacher m for the Hillsborough County ::U School District at Lithia -< Springs Elementary. 2 Before her departure .she m was able to achieve her (/) dreams of graduating from g the University of South -< Florida with honors with her )> Bachelor of Science Degree in Z Elementary Education. C -She leaves to cherish plenty ., of great memories with: her ::U loving and caring husband, C William Patterson; 4 beauti-ful children, Yonka C. Patterson, Bryan Patterson, Craig Patterson and Michael R. Patterson; and 4 loving grandchildren, Charles McHone, Obadiah Akins, Amos Akins and Jacob Akins; 3 siblings, Vanessa McDuffie (Marshall), Gayl Bell Hopkins, and Kathleen Martin; and her motherin-law, Bernice Patterson; Essie Roberts, Mavis (John) Hooks, Catherine (Bill) Baskin, Eva Shavers, Willie J. Patterson, and J. w. Patterson; and a host !)f nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, colleagues, and other friends and relatives that she deeply cared about. Her remains will repose at Sunset Memorial Garden. The wake and visitation service will be held Friday, "tJ September 3 2010, from 7-S )> p. m. at Harmon's Funeral G) Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, m ..... Tampa,3361o. U) A HARMON BURIAL. )>

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0 ,.,l: Hunter and Mitch "Peanut MEMORIAL 'Man," Moses; special friend, ffi Carolyn Simpson; and a very SERVICE a:l special friend, "partner," :E David Watkins; neighbors on WI-Kathleen Street in West a. Tampa; and a host of other W family and friends. en The remains will repose after 5 p.m. on Friday, Sep-tember 3, 2010, at Ray C Williams Funeral Home, 301 a: North Howard Avenue, U... Tampa, 33606, 813-253-3419. c a: u.. c z < c en w :::::1 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en :i a:l :::::1 a. z j:: w ...J ...J :::::1 a:l MRS. ANNIE LEE JOHNSON Mrs. Annie Lee Johnson of Tampa, passed away Thursday, August 26, 2010. Funeral services will be conducb.:d Saturday, September 4, 2010, at 2 p. m. at 34th Street Church of God, 3000 North 34th Street, Pastor, Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, with Rev. Harold Scott, offi-ciating. Interment will f?llow in Rest Haven Memonal Park. Born in Camilla, Georgia, Mrs. Johnson attended school up to the sixth grade. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Leroy Johnson, Sr.; son, Bobby Joe Johnson; parents, Jimmy and Carrie Mae Jones; and grandchildren, Dedrick Jones, Derwin Jones and Lonnie Johnson, Jr. She leaves to cherish fond memories: her children, James Jones (Doris), Charlie Jones (Norma Jean), Leroy Johnson, Jr. and friend Yvonne, Mohammed Abdullah (Debra), Maurice Johnson (Gwen), Jimmy Dean Johnson (Sabrina), Grace Johnson Chambers (Jeffrey), Kathy Johnson (Pastor Terry Johnson), and Brenda McCormick (Donald, Sr.); goddaughters, Mary Copeland and LaFawn McKay Hopkins; grandchildren, Dennis, Charlie, Jr., Reginald, Rod. Idris, Torrence, Henry, 'Tranell, Donald, Jr., Eric, Kareem, Jamal, Kathy, Jan...J ice, Shawana, Monica, Tawanda, Tasha, Jamila, j:: Takiya, Marla, Kamillah, z Ebony, Zayna, Aneesah, TerW ica, Marikia and Rayner; en great grandchildren, uncles, <( aunts, cousins, and other C sorrowing relatives and ii: friends. 0 The remains will repose ...J after 5 p.m., Friday, SeptemU.. her 3, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www. raywilliamsfuneral J home. com MRS. HAZEL REEVES-MITCHELL Mrs. Hazel Reeves-Mitchell of Tampa, departed the Christian race on Thursday, August 26, 2010, at 5:15p.m., EST. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, September 4, 2010, at 11:30 a. m. at Grace Mary Missionary Baptist Church, 3901 North 37th Street, with Elder Dr. Thomas J. Reed, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Hazel Reeves-Mitchell was born on January 16, 1937, in Tampa, to the late Mrs. Eura Lee Ball-Adams and the late Mr. Melvin J. Ball; she was also the stepdaughter of the late Mr. Albert Adams. She attended public schools in Hillsborough County and was previously employed by Goody-"Goody Drive-In, Woolworth, and Alessi Bakery, where she retired. She was a member of Good News Baptist Church of Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her husband, John Henry Mitchell; former husband, Harold Reeves, Sr.; her mother, Mrs. Eura Lee BallAdams; father, Mr. Melvin J. Ball; stepfather, Mr. Albert Adams; grandmother, Mrs. Essie B. Walker; grandfather, Mr. Frank Walker; and brothers, Alphonso and Richard Ball. She is survived by: her four children, sons, Anthony K. Reeves (Dorothy) of Conyers, GA, Michael R. Reeves (Andretha), and Harold Reeves, Jr. (Karen); daughter, Michel R. Reeves-Samuels of Conyers, GA; two sisters, Lillian B. Hodgins and Daisy Pearl Kirce of Sarasota; brother, Roland H. Ball (Mildred) of Orlando; aunt, Leola Collie; grandchildren, J azma Hazel Bumphus, Harold Reeves, III, Carl L. Jones (Tianna), Anthony Allen-Reeves, Colony J. Reeves, F. Dei on Samuels and Candice J. Reeves; honorary grandchildren, Angela Ford, Darryl Jones, Jr., Jimmy Davis, Jr., and Cynthia Davis; great grandchildren, Leyla L. Friends are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday, no later than 10:30 a. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MRS. ALMA RUBY SHAW Mrs. Alma Ruby Shaw of 10318 Zackary Circle, #150, Riverview, FL, 33569, passed away Monday, August 30, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, September 4, 2010, at 2 p. m. at BibleBased Fellowship Church, 4903 Ehrlich Road, Pastor, Rev. Arthur Jones, with Pastor Matthew James, officiating. Interment will take place at a later date in Chelten Hills Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Alma R. Shaw was a native of Philadelphia, PA, and a resident of Tampa for 17 years. She was a member of Bible-Based Fellowship Church and the SAGE Ministry She leaves to cherish her memory: 2 sons, Anthony Holloway and Shaw, Jr.; 3 daughters, Denise Holloway, Yvette, Shaw and Jacqueline Shaw; 8 grandsons, Isaiah, Brandon and Richard Holloway, Anthony Shaw, Karim Holloway, Norman Davy, and Russell and Saleem Shaw; 6 granddaughters, Brandi, Sherri, Kenyan and Karima Holloway and Sabrina and Fatimah Shaw; brother, Yul Holloway; sister, Shakirah Jackson; and a host of sorrowing great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. Friday, Septem-. her 3, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MR. DAVID BERNARD BROWN Mr. David Bernard Brown of" Tampa, passed away Wednes-. day, September 1, 2010. A funeral mass will be held Tuesday, september 7, 2010, at 10 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with the Reverend Hugh Chikawe, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Born in Fort Lauderdale, FL, on January 3, 1953, he was preceded in death by: his father, Harold R. Brown, Sr.; sister, Frances Doss; and maternal and paternal grandparents. He leaves behind a loving family: his devoted mother, Bessie E. Brown; brothers, Anthony Brown and Harold R. Brown, Jr.; sisters, Adrienne Brown, Patricia Mitchell Teresa D. Brown; brother-mlaw, Anthony Mitchell; sistersin-law, Denise Brown and Pamela Brown; nieces, Aprille Doss Campbell, Dana Mitchell, Natasha Brown, Cherise Brown, Sydney Brown, Serena Brown and Dasia Thomas; nephews, Daryl Mungin, Kalani Brown and Ethan Campbell; and other family members and friends. Visitation will be held from 9-10 a. m. (one hour prior to service) Tuesday, September 7, 2010, at the funeral home at which time the family will be present. A WILSON SERVICE jvww.wilsonfuneralhome.com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM CYNARA ROBINSON R.I.P. We love and you. Tynisha, TJ, Tyrique and Tyrone. Jones, Anjane A. Wright, London and Carl Jones, Jr., Anya Reeves, Harold, IV and Anthony Reeves; sisters-in-law, Margie Ball and Shirley Battles; brothers-in-law, Joseph Mitchell and Frank Mitchell; several nieces and nephews, Wannata, Toni, and Kimberla Ball of Kissimmee, Richar.d D Ball of Calhoun GA, James B. Cason (Anita), Robin Jordan of Cleveland OH, Linda Larkins of Sarasota, Marcus, Derrick and Robert Kirce, Jr. of Sarasota, Brenda McCowan, (Reverend Owen) of Jacksonville, Carlton Ball, D. Yvette Mock, Andre' Scott (Tonya), Latasha Scott, Letete Ball, (Latasha) of Pompano Beach, Roland Ball of Jacksonville, Cortney Ball of Orlando, and Alphonso Ball, Jt:., (Ophelia); cousins, Vastoria Reeves, Robert Brown, Julius Collie, Mayb,elle Sampson, Nathaniel Flemings and Collie Hayes; best friend, Algie Morgan; friends, Olivia Siaughter, Jean Tim, Mrs. Diane Gilbert, Cynthia Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOND ANDERSON L. F. D 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our hm1 i ly Can Your 1-'i.tmily\ Needs MS. ROSE LEE JACKSON A memorial service will be held for Ms. RoseL. Jackson on Saturday, September 4, 2010, at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, at 2 p. m. IN LOVING MEMORY OF MR. J. C. HARTSFIELD In loving of Mr. J. C. Hartsfield, you are gone but not forgotten. We love and miss you. Love, .wife and family. IN MEMORIAM SHIRLEY SIMPSON Mom, it's been 13 years. It always seems just like yesterday that you were here with us laughing, -watching us grow into young ladies and men. Each day I pray and ask God to keep us strong to ge on without you. It's hard but God will see us through. Mom, I cry all the time. I know you don' t want us to cry, you want us to be happy knowing that you're no longer suffering. You're in God's Kin&_dom, keep down on us mom, you re surrounded by the best person ever. That's our Father' in Heaven. We love you always. Your children, Regina, Punkin and Mike; and great.grands,

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., Memoriams ISAAC WOODS Oct. 13, 1905 -Sept. 3, 2005 ANDREA HAMILTON Oct. 8, 1962 -Sept. 3 2009 VERDA HAMILTON Dec. 24, 1936 -Sept. 6, 1993 The pains, sorrow and hurt is still with us. May each of you rest in peace. Yourfamily. MEMORIAL AND BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE 9/10/24-07/22/87 ANNIE E. SUTTON 05/05/25-09/01/08 Happy birthday, Daddy. September 10, 1924 Momma and Daddy, you are always in our hearts and words cannot express how much you are loved and missed. Your daughters: Barbara A. Atkins, Eria S. Chester and Wmifred Sutton; grandchildren, Mark A. Chester and Lori A. Everett; great grandchildren, Mark A. Chester, Jr. and Olivia K. Chester; and your loving family and friends. OUR MATRIARCH MRS. ANNIE LEE JACKSON September 1st Mama, we celebrate your big day with joy and sweet memories of you; how we long for your motherly embrace, your smile and unconditional love. God opened our minds, went past our hearts and touched our soul, with love for you every day. We love you mama-happy 78th birthday. Always, your husband, the late Mr. Willie Lee "Grasscutting" Jackson, Sr., and your children, the Jacksons. IN LOVING MEMORY OF GARFIELD ANTHONY 12/4/1926-9/3/1995 It has been 15 years since your departure and you are still loved and missed by family and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM HENRYL. BELL, SR. Sept. 2, 1939 -Feb; 11, 2005 Years have passed by like kites in the sky. The image of your face grows fainter in my mind, now only the outline remains. The booming laugh and raspy voice are distant, yet that smile ... Oh that smile! Fills my eyes with tears. And that phrase... Oh that phrase! Haven't heard it in years. So, on your special day, I won't think of the physical, I'll think of the emotional. I'll think of the times you hugged me, kissed me, smiled at me, looked at me and heard me say, "Happy birthday. We love you this much." Con amour, Brianna De Souza and the Bell family. TAMMY THOMAS Jan. 14, 1961-Sept. 4, 2002 CLIFFORD THOMAS Sept. 18, 1953 -Sept. 10, 1997 IN LOVING MEMORY JORETHAB. IVERSON 9/20/41-9/6/09 Gone Too Soon God saw you were getting tired, and a cure was not meant to be. So, He put His arms around you, and whispered come to Me. With tearful eyes we watched you, as we saw you pass away. Although we love you deeply, we could not make you stay. Your golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands at rest. It was just God's way of showing us ... He only takes the best. Loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter and sister. Sadly missed by your Family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM In remembrance of Jerry Burton. Happy 40th birthday. We miss you so much, but through the pain you will always be remembered. Sadly missed by mother, family and friends. JERRY B _URTON FUNERAL CRISIS CRF..\IATION PRICES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626 HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 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@Q.net en m "tJ -4 m s: OJ m JJ I\) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 JJ c )> en m z :::! z m r-OJ c r rm :::! z "tJ c OJ r-Cii ::::t m c m < m -4 c m en c .)> z c ., JJ c

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0 Memoriams/Cards of Thank M' a: THINKING OF Y O U w Ill :E w 1-a.. w en <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( > <( I FLORA LEE JONES Born: Dec. 21, 1941 Died: Sept. 3, 2009 "Mother, it has been a year since God has called you to yorir. .. eternal rest and a moment has not passed without thoughts of you upon our minds and ',. We try daily to go on with our lives, knowing you are not with us. We strive daily i:ri. prayer and supplication with the help of the Lord. Knowing that one day we will see your face again in paradise, we pray that God will 'strengthen our family!! Delphine and James Robinson, Sr.; Garcia Jones,son; Ross M. Jones, Sr., Contina and John Vickers; Mary Reese, sister; a special cousin, Pearl Bellamy; and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces; nephews and collsins; :and a host of friends and loved ones!!! "We love you and miss you." Rest In Peace. .c,. -'II''IW;I lo('l.n. ............... ...... ""'"''r.t"-<1'nuth1nCT: leis tharr ;:.f\,.wfth1e&s than ,. ..... ...... ''::;;_:.: .. ;, ... (o.r. . :: don't sell them. : to horioryour wishes and : .. : ... : ; I respect your budget. .. 4 . We like meeting families, not goals. . Uke you,. we are a part of this community I supJX>rting our they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is important to you, and I you don' t deserve to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME 3(XX) N. 29th St Tampa, Fl33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 WlhW.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne L Bright Manager I BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. DOROTHY MALLARD 9/3/1930-2/21/2009 We are missing you on your 8oth birthday. God said it was time for you to come home. You left us with precious memories that are ever lasting. We love and miss you every passing day. Your daughter, Linda Cot-ney and family. THANK YOU CARD MR. CHARLES JOE It is with great aJ?,preciation that the Joe family extends our thanks for the love and support during the "going home celebration of life" for our beloved Charles Joe. A special thanks to Mt. Zion AME Church of Riverview membership and the Pastor, Rev. Dewayne K. Gaddis. To our beloved and supporting family members who came from near and far to show their love and support, a appreciation. A blessed.thankyou fol"all .cards, monetary donations, food, J?r:ayers, telephone calls, visits and all gestures of love extended. To the Stone Memorial Funeral Home for a first class service. We thank you. The family. HAPPY ..... MR. MARVIN MCKINLEY WARREN 9/1/62-12/7/02 We love you and miss you very much. Love always, Ceceilia, De De, Don and Baby. Local Brain Hemorrhage Claims lite 01 Popular Tampa Cook Hazel Reeves-Mitchell, well known all over Tampa a s a great cook, passed awa y la st Thursday. She as 73 Family members said Ms. Reeves-Mitchell had been in a coma since April 1, 2010 after suffering a subarachnoid hemorrhage (bleeding in the area between the brain and the thin tissues that cover the brain. Ms. Reeves-Mitchell is a Tampa native and attended Don Thompson Vocational School. She grew up iq East Tampa, but later moved to West Tampa. Ms. Reeves-Mitchell cooked at the Goody Goody Restaurant on Florida Avenue, Woolworths, and Alessi's on Cypress Street. She retired from Alessi's 10 years ago. Michele Reeves-Samuels said her mother did n't travel much and was a woman who spent time at home and enjoyed socializing. "People were always drawn to her because of her personal ity and great cooking. She HAZEL REEVESMITCHELL loved showing off in the kitchen." Ms. Reeves-Mitchell has five siblings, two preceding her in death. Ms. Reeves-Mitchell has four children, two of them plumbers, Harold and Michael Reeves, Frederick Reeves, and Michele Reeves-Samuels. Services are planned for Saturday, September 4th at 11 a.m. at Grace Mary M. B Church. Overloaded Power Strip To Blame For House Fire On Wednesday evening, Tampa Fire Rescue units re sponded to a house fire at 2707 North 27th Street. When units arrived, they re ported smoke and flames coming from the single story house. Fire crews stopped the flames from consuming the entire structure and the fire was under control in 10 min utes. . Al!jtl,'t[e&tigator determined the house is divided into two apartments. The tenant of Apartment B, Dorothy Jackson, 52, was sitting on the front porch with a friend when she reported hearing the smoke alarm. She went into the house to find her BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JERRY BURTON Happy birthday baby. We love and miss you. Forever in our hearts. Love always, Wendy, Cody and Cory. bedroom on fire. Ms. Jackson got out of the house safely, and the investi gator determined an over loaded power strip heated up and set the nearby bedding on fire. The investigator said there were too many items, illf.lid ing a fan, television alarm clock and other extension cords, plugged into the power strip that caused the .fir.e. The fire smol<,e daql .. aged the bedroom, but thanRS to the fire crews, most of the apartment was spared serious damage . :. Ms. will be stay ing with friends and losses to the unit are estimated to be $3,000.

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Crime Jurv Finds Morris Guiltv Kendrick Morris sits with his attorneys during testimony Wednesday by DNA experts. Not guilty. That's the plea 19-year-old Kendrick Morris entered on charges he sexually assaulted a 62-year-old day care center workerin 2007. Morris was charged with sexual battery, attempted sex ual battery, attempted robbery with a deadly weapon and armed burglary with assault. Each charge carries a possible life sentence. On Thursday, a jury deliberated for four hours, and returned with a verdict of guilty on all charges, including burglary and sexual assault. At the height of the state's case against Morris is DNA e vidence that was heavily disputed by his attorneys. His attorneys said the DNA sam ples were contaminated. Erika Smith of the Florida :pepartment of Law Enforcement testified that the DNA samples taken from the attack on the day care worker were a perfect match to those taken from Morris. She also said interpreting DNA evi-dence is subjective and experts could reach different conclusions. Morris did not testify, but sat with his attorneys taking notes during the testimony of the DNA experts. In cross examining the victim, defense attorneys only wanted her to say her attacker said he would not hurt her. However; the victim testified she was terrified despite her attacker's assurance. She said a man wearing a mask and holding a knife forced his way into the day care center and demanded money. When she said she didn't have any money, he reportedly took her into classroom and raped her. Morris will appear in court again September 27th in another rape case that involved a teenage girl who was attacked outside a library in Bloomingdale in April 2008. Authorities said DNA evidence also implicated Morris in that case. He entered a not guilty plea in that case Jurv Finds Man Guiltv In MurderOI Bodv Shop Owner VINCENT PHILLIPS ... body shop owner murdered in his home. LARGO It took a jury less than an hour to return a guilty verdict against a 24-year-old man accused of murdering a popular body shop owner. Brandon McCalvin Sutton was sentenced to life in prison without parole for the murder of Vinson Phillips, 46. Prosecutors had not sought the death penalty for Sutton's first-degree murder conviction. BRANDON MCCALVIN SUTTON ... sentenced to life in prison without parole. According to court records, in 2007, Sutton and another man invaded Phillips' home where he, his wife, and daugh ter were at the time The two men demanded Phillips give them money and shot and killed him before he could open a safe in his closet. The second suspect in the murder was never arrested by police. Buc Assistant Coach Charged With DUI CHRIS MOSLEY On Tuesday night, Tampa Police arrested Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant coach, Chris Mosely, accusing him of driving under the influence. Mosely was arrested near South Moody and Swann Avenue and reportedly had a blood alcohol level ranging from 0.137 to 0 .143. Police said Mosley's vehicle failed to stop for a red light on Armenia so an officer pulled him over The officer reported ly smelled alcohol on Mosley and said his eyes appeared bloodshot and, glassy, and he swayed while standing. Man Shot After Dispute With His Cousin TERRY DAVIS, JR. CLEARWATEROn Tuesday evening, Clearwater Police reported that a man was fatally shot after arguing with his cousin over a necklace. Police reports state -Nathaniel Gooden, 24, and his cousin, Terry Davis, Jr., 18, confronted each other on the front lawn of Davis' home on Tangerine Street. Police said both men accused the other of stealing their necklaces. Police said the argu ment started two weeks ago. During the argument Tuesday night, police said Davis pulled a gun and shot Gooden several times. Gooden was 'pronounced dead at the scene. Davis was arrested and charged with first-degree mur der in the shooting. UNCLE SANDY ... Don't let the pain 8, 10, 12, 16, of others cause you to 9, 19, 22, 26, inflict that same pain 30, 33, 35, 39, on others who don't deserve it 1, 4, 6, 14 "T1 :::0 0 Police Arrest Duo After Home Burglarized WILLIAM ROBERTS On Tuesday evening, Tampa Police arrested a pair of teenagers on burglary charges. According to reports, Callie West left his home in the 3000 block of 43rd Street and forgot to lock the front door. When he returned he discovered someone had been inside the home and two flat screen televisions were missing. He also discovered the remote control was missing from the living room area. Police conducted a neighborhood survey and got a possible description of two suspects seen loitering near the residence. Officers found the pair fit-: ting the description riding a DONTAVIOUS MOORE bicycle in the area of 46th Street and 26th Avenue. Officers reported finding a television cord and a remote control in their possession and determined they had been taken from the residence on 43rd Street. Officers later searched the area for the missing televi-"T1 sions and found them hidden 5 near the residence. William James Roberts, 18; and Dontavious R. Moore, 14, were charged with burglary and grand theft. Moore was transported. to the Juvenile Assessment Center and Roberts is being held in the county jail with his bails set at $5,000. :::0 C/) m z :::! z m r m c r r m :::! z "tJ Alleged Rape suspects To Be Judged Separatelv. Diamante Roberts Oeft) and Raymond Price-Murray. Two African American teenagers on trial for rape will be tried separately. Raymond Price-Murray, 15, and Diemante Roberts, 16, are accused of sexual battery against a former classmate at Walker Middle School. Ajudge will decide whether there will be two separate tri als or one in which two juries deliberate separately. Law enforcement officials report that a 13-year-old student was victimized by four members of his flag football team for two months. He accused them of raping him with a broomstick and a m < m -f c m C/) 0 )> z 0 hockey stick. :B The 2 other suspects, Lee 0 Myers, 15, and Randall Moye, 15, who are white each face felony battery charges. -One faces juvenile sanctions and the other 'agreed to enter a pretrial intervention program. The trial for Murray and Roberts is scheduled for the week of September 13th. ''CALL RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: -Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available -'4 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation

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More Than 200 New Teachers, Administrators Welcomed To East Tampa The new teachers and administrators who will be at East Tampa schools. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON) Ms. Delores Wheeler highlighted the event with a rendition of the Lord's Prayer on the harmonica with her son, William Wheeler accompanying her on the piano. School District Area 4 Director, Henry "Shake" Washington, introduces other area directors and the 16 principals of the East Tampa schools. New Orange Grove teachers (left to right) Edwin Kain, Jeffrey Smiley, and Rose Galloway. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON) BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Thursday, August 19th at Orange Grove Middle Magnet School, the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership welcomed 175 new teachers, and 31 admin istrators and support staff, to East Tampa. The event was chaired by Stephanie Theaker, CEO, Tampa Fam ily Health Centers. ETCRP Chairperson, Evan-geline Best, said they feel it's special to be transferred into East Tampa. "We have 16 schools in East Tampa. We want all of the new teachers and administrators to know we appreciate them and we're here to give them all the support they need." Ms. Best said she started this event six years ago and it's always held in an East Tampa school. She also said it has grown over the years, and The staff who put the event together are Oeft to right): Marena Wright, Briana Mitchell, Denese Meteye-James, Dontavious Pittman, Stephanie Theaker, Evangeline R. Best, Michelle Ball, Dianna King, Richard Briscoe, Pamela Bradford, Jackie Hunter, Renee Rivera, and Kathy Browne. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON) New Middleton Teachers (left to right): Brian Rutt, Islaine Maldonado, Susan Johns, Shayla Sumra, Natalia Yarmosh, Jessica Copeland, and Sheila Star. Back row, Darius Robinson and Matthew Wiseman. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON) new features have been added. "This year, we gave all of the new teachers a bag full of supplies to help get them started. We sent a Directory Of Services booklet to the principals to copy for presentation to the new teachers. It directs them where to go to get what they need. "We also select community leaders to sit with the new teachers so they can get to know the community better and what it has to offer. Ms. Best said officials have attended every event, and this year all three area direc tors, the superintendent, her staff, school board members, and State Representative Reed were in attendance.

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All About You Haoov Binhdav Mama, Grandma, Nana, Miss Jessie JESSIE LEE MCKINNEY Jessie Lee McKinney of Progress Village celebrates a life of 97 blessed years. Whafs Understood Doesn't Have To Be Explained! -TRA:Y And DAE DAE Rich or poor, out or in, you should have known better! Happy birthday Bae. Love, Mrs. Clark. "The Voice Our Cotnmunily Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 Happy Binhdav 'TOY Happy birthday, Toy. From, your husband, Ratt' Westside. Wedding Announcement ANTHONY And YOLANDA Anthony and Yolanda are excited to announce that the two will become one. The wedding will take place August 2011, in Tampa, FL. Happy 90th Binhdav JOHNNY SIPLIN Loving you. Your wife, Norma Siplin, all your family and friends. SAEED, a.k.a., SA-SA Happy birthday Baby Boy. God blessed me with an angel. Love, your inama. NAHLEDGE jAHAJONES Our King, Nahledge Jaha Jones, will celehrate his 4th birthday on September 5, 2010. The son of Shondanette Jones, brother of Minniqua, Te'Dajah and Rakira and grandson of Earlean Jones. N ahledge our King will be honored Sunday, September sth at United Skated with a party with family and friends. We love you and happy birthday. From, Grandma Earlean. Haoov 22nd Binhdav TERIA AMOUR SKINNER September 3, Happy birthday wishes to you today. We all love you very much and are very proud of your accomplishments. Keep up the good work and you'll continue to be blessed. Love always: mom, Tonia; son, Henry, V; your families at the Sentinel and in Tampa, Ohio, Georgia, Arizona, California and Kabul, Afghanistan; and all your friends. p, S. Have fun in Miami! Our love-Is Strong VONNIE And GEN Sorry, he's already taken. Don't look so surprised. He's been mine from the beginning. Wishing a wonderful man and father a happy birthday '9/s. May God bless us with many more together. Love, Gen' and the babies. LIZ DWIGHT GAINES, JR. :2 c (/) m \J -t m 3: tD m JJ w 1\) 0 -a. 0 Happy birthday, Liz, 9-4-2010. You're almost on top of the hill. Happy 1st birthday, Lil D. C) Your friend, Helen. From your1mom and dad. m Love always. tD

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0 ('I) a: w IXl :21 w ..... a. w en Mavor Iorio Presents Last Budget 01 Her Tenure; Talks About Light Rail a: LL. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Tampa' s Mayor, Pam Iorio met with the Sentinel Editorial Board last week to discuss the 2011 City of Tampa budget. It was the last meeting on the budget with the board before she leaves office in March 2011. The budget for fiscal year 2011 is $787 million. Since 2008, the budget has been cut and there has been a reduction in staff by 678 positions. There also hav e not been any raises in salaries. Howe ver, Mayor Iorio said there has been no reduction in services to C the community even though ff the city s population continC ues to grow. Increases in the budget are found in the City of Tampa Pension contributions, en w :::l which are now up to $40.6 million. Of the property taxes collected, 24.67% goes to the City of Tampa. "Investing In Neighborhoods" has been a personal project of Mayor Iorio. Back in 2003, only $2.6 million was being spent in neighborhoods. Now that amount is up to $10 million to cover sidewalks, traffic calming, signage and street maintenance. While campaigning for Mayor, residents in East Tampa talked about a number of needs. Sinc e b e com ing mayor, she has tried to make good on a promise to work with residents and businesses to improve the area. Prior to visiting the Sentinel, the mayor had attended the groundbreaking of 2 restaurants in the MAYOR PAM IORIO area east of Fifth Third Bank on Hillsborough Ave. The North 22nd St. Enhancements Project was recently begun. The mayor said the beautification project will include widening roadways, adding sidewalks and roundabouts. In addition to speaking on the budget, Mayor Iorio gave the Editorial Board an overview of the Rapid Transit Investment Plan. Funding for the plan includes a 1 tax that will appear on the ballot on November 2nd. The plan includes rapid transit and enhanced bus services, according to HART which developed the plan. But, Board members say none of those service impact Ea s t and West Tampa. Funds generated from the tax the first 10 y ears will go for construction of roads in the County. Although the plan has some positives Board members wanted to know what benefits will the African American community and poor people, who are expected to be taxed more, receive if the tax passes. Proposers of this tax claim that each household will only be taxed an additional $144 per year. But members of the Board say that amount will more than double for poor people who make more trips to purchase taxable items. Board members asked for details in writing e x plaining what will be the actual impact on the African American community There was concern about jobs, training, construction and the attraction of new businesses : The mayor has scheduled a meeting for the Board with HART CEO David Armijo so the Board could get answers for the many ques tions. ..... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ii: w > w c w :::z::: en :::i IXl :::l a. z i= w ...I ...I :::l IXl I ...I w z i= z w en a: 0 ...I LL. BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEE_KLY 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. Night Worship .-.... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The. Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." St Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S Shenill Street. Port Tampa, Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263 Pas t or/Teacher N R uil d in g On /1 F irm F o undati o n Sunday Schoo l -9 :30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship -10:55 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 P.M. Tra n s p o r tati o n Services Avai l a b l e NEW MT. ZION M. B ... CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A.M. Morning Worship-10:55 A M Wed. Family Night-7 P M For T ransportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minist FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL -3838 N. 29th St. FL 33610 (813) "48-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7:50 a m. Sunday School 9 : 45 a.m. Morning Worship 10 : 50 a.m. TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6:30 p m. Life Enrichment University Visi t our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@fbcch.org 24 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 Tampa, FL 33687 (813) 784-1021 SUNDAY Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW6 :00 P M Evening Worship 7 :00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M

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Sunda School :c Moses s truggl e d with the God Calls Moses Moses and the burning bush is a popular event that has been acted out many times over the years. From Vacation Bible School to the movie screen, the burning bush is included in nearly every depiction of the Exo dus. Why is that scene so im portant? It is when Moses receives the call from God to deliver the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. This event happened thousands of years ago, so what significance does it have for us today? We see God calling Moses to service. We also see God's calling was not a spur-of-the-moment decision but something he had been grooming Moses for since the beginning of his life. In the same way, we re ceive a call from God as a re sult of lifelong preparation. God has a specific purpose GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 Pastor Early Morning Worship-8 A M Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:50 A.M Bible Study Wed 7 P M THE PUBUC IS INVITED IExodus 3:1, 13-151 for which he has been grooming each of us, and when the time comes for him to reveal it each of us will have a burning bush moment in our life. The Timing Of God's Call It is important to note that God calls Moses at a time when Moses could be the most effective. Exodus 2:11-15 tells us Pharaoh wanted to kill Moses for murdering an Egyptian . Later in the chapter we learn that Pharaoh died, making it safer for Moses to return to Egypt. We also receive our call at just the right time. How often do we rush into some thing and end up failing be cause we ran ahead of God? How many times have we de-NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 uJUIIII:L,.,, Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9 : 30A.M Morning Worship 10 : 45 A M Bible Class 4 : 30 P M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 : 30 P. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N: Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel:'(813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion ay 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.ICIRKWD, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org cided to go in a different di rection because we did not have the patience to wait for him? .Timing is important when it comes to the call of God, and this is apparent in the fact that Moses was called to action late in his life. The Preparation Of God's Call I mentioned earlier that God grooms us for his call. In Exodus 3:1, we see that Moses was tending the flocks when he found the burning bush. This indicates he was a shepherd. Tending sheep was preparing Moses for the greater task of shepherding .the Israelites. Growing up in Pharaoh's household gave Moses the opportunity to learn the ways of the Egyp tians. It also afforded him ac-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 -7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROliiESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd,. Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office : (813) sn-1948 Pastor's Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Office: (813) sn-5988 :Fax: 672-0514 E-Mall. fbcopvtampabay.rr.com \ OR. SAM RIAAIIII:LL. Senior Teaching Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30A.M & 10 :55 A M 4:11:11f111HIIft Sunday :45AM. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday-11 AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youthf Children 7:30P M Adult A SateHite Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growing The Chuuh For Global Change" (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 : 8) cess to Pharaoh when the time ca m e to deliver the Is raelites. Moses was fully pre pared to accomplish that which he was called to do be cause his life was leading up to the Exodus. thought of a pproaching the en I s raelites so he asked God to give him something to say to fTt prove the authenticity of his 3: charge God told Moses to say :c that I AM" sent him, which ,5N seems a bit strange to us. But I AM" is the description the .... The Rules Of God's Call 0 Israelites had for God. "I AB Moses approached the burning bush, God estab lished the rules. Moses was told to remove his sandals because he was standing on holy ground. When God calls, he grabs our attention in a way that leaves no doubt who is calling. In Moses' case, the burning bush caught his attention, but being called by name con vinced him the voice was God's. When the voice intro duced himself as the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Moses knew his life would never be the same The Promise Of God's Call God never calls people to a task and then deserts them. God is always there to make sure his will is carried out; and with Moses, this is evident in Exodus 3:13-15. HERITAGE CHRisnAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAll, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Sunday SchooiA.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00 P.M. AM" means God is timeless. He has always been, and he will always be, so he transcends all generations. By declaring that "I AM" sent him, Moses reassured the Is raelites that God heard their cries, and that Moses was the one sent. to deliver them from Egypt. Moses accepted God's call and the Israelites were saved. God was there during the confrontation with Pharaoh, and Moses was fully pre pared to act on God's behalf. This is how it is when God calls us to service. God pre pares us for his purpose; he gets our attention and lays out the rules, and he prom ises to be with us every step oftheway. So what have you been called to do? Think about your path through life, and you will see a pattern form ing that could lead to a call of service to God. New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 .Pastor 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 "I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 ST. MA11HEW 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 9:30a.m. Morning Worship 11 a m Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p m. Study of the Bible Wed. 7:30-8 :30 p.m Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8 : 30 -9 p m. 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ffi Scenes From East Tampa CommunitY I-Revitalization PartnershiP >=' <( The East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Cl meeting held on August 10th at the Ragan Park Center was spefE cial. It was the l ast time Tampa Mayor, Pam Iorio, would at-Cl a: LL Cl z <( Cl C/) w :::::1 I-> a: w > w Cl w J: C/) ::::i m :::::1 a. z i= w ...J ...J :::::1 m ...J w z i= z w C/) <( Cl a: 0 ...J LL tend the meeting to give h er update on East Tampa. ETCRP Chairperson Evangeline Best, was delighted to see a standing room only crowd at the meeting, and the special treat was a presentation to Mayor Iorio that caught her com pletely off guard. First, Mayor Iorio was presented a special collage of pho tographs that spelled out "East Tampa." But what drew the Mayor's complete surprise was the pres entation of a scrap book of projects completed in East Tampa during her tenure. HARMONY M. B. CHURCH 2811 N. 17th St.* Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-1080 DR. A. MUNFORD, Th.D., Pastor/Teacher THE HOLY GHOST CHURCH GOD PURCHASED WITH HIS BLOOD, INC. 3613 N. 23rd St.** TamRa, FL 33605 (813) 247 3 0 55 C hurch (813) 613 4600 -Cellul ar Emai l : bishopandrews@ li ve com SERVICE TIMES Sunday Schoo l -1 0 A. M. Morning Service-11 :30 A. M. Evening Service7:30 P. M. Bible Study -Tuesday Evening Bibl e Band-7:30 P. M. Thursday Evening -YPWW-7:30 P. M 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry-7:30 P. M. 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 EIDRESS JAMIE S. OVERSTREO, Ed.S. Pastor IT eacher/Evangelist C: 813.323.5695 "A Growing Giving Church Reaching Lost Souls For Christ" Sister Debra Opong Yao-Trustee Chair East Tampa Neighborhood Association Leaders with Mayor Iorio are Oeft to right): Sam Mobley, Ralph Johnson, Betty Bell, Mayor Iorio, ETCRP Chair Evangeline Best, Barbara McGill, Kim Headland and Brenda Mobley. From left to right: Maxine Woodside, Lyric Courtney, Chivarsky Corbett, ShaVonne Boggs, Tatiana Mitchell, Zakeyyah Crapps, Marvinesha Grooms, Mayor Iorio, Elliott Gray, Jr., Maurice Geathers, Ry'Lee Edwards, Kya' Relle Russell, Jacqueline Berrien and Ralph Smith. NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 912 East Fairbanks** Tampa 33612 ** Corner Of 9th And Fairbanks Morning Worship -11 A. M. Wednesday Prayer Service 7-7:30P.M. Bible Study-7:30'-8:30 P.M. The Public Is Invited. 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. ask@nhcwc.org http:/ lwww.nhcwc.org CHURCH 1201 H.Jefferson St. Tampa. fl. 33602 [8131 229 sunday SchooL-------------9:15 am. Morning worshiP ....... ._._ ............ ._ ............ 11 a.m. Praver service, Tuesdav.-.:.;_ ................ 6 p.m. Awana Bible Study, ruesday. ________ 6:30 pm. Bible StudY, Tuesday ... ----.. --.. .. 7 p.m, I Can Do All Things lbroWih Christ Wliich SlrenlJihenelh Ma. PhiliJUians 4:13 REV. OSCAR JOHNSOtt,JR. Pastor/Teacher ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813} 248 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00 A M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd-Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30P.M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P M. 'Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission statement: ':4 Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK

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Loca Valrico Race Car Driver Featured In New BET Series l< C/) m ""C Michael Cherry, who is from Valrico but now lives in Statesvill e North Carolina is one of 10 minority drivers fea tured on the 8-part documen tary / reality s eries, Changing Lanes. The show made its debut on BET Wednesday night. On the show, the contestants vied for a spot on Max Siegel's NASCAR Revolution Racing Team. Cherry won his first late model race in the NASCAR All-American series in June. He's only 21-years old. Cherry has been racing for six years, starting out in the Street Stock Division at the East Bay Raceway Park in 2004. He finished the season seventh in the point standings and was recognized as the youngest driver, and first African American to compete at East Bay. On the reality show, Cherry said it was a big surprise when he was asked to appear on the show. "I manage to keep myself very busy with racing. Now, I'll have to make time to be extra busy. During the course of a month, I normally spend 4 or 5 days away from the track and even then, I usually hang out in the garage or around race cars." Cherry said although he' s been interested in racing since his childhood, he was involved in public relations for a while. I just couldn't see myself doing that. I've always had an interest in anything with wheels." "As far as being an African American in this sport, I think the late Wen dell Scott, Willy Tibbs, and others have ALL YOU CAN STEAM $99.95 CARPET & UPHOLSTERY 3 Rooms & Hall ...................... $39.95 7 Rooms & Hall ........................... $69.95 Sofa & Loveseat ................. ..... $39.95 Pre-Condition ........... (For Entire Home) $20.00 Sanitizer .................... (For Enti re Home) $20.00 Scotchguard ............. (For Entire Home) $25.00 Automobiles ............................. $25.00 SUV's ........................................... $35.00 Tile & Grout Cleaning ..... (Per Room) $25.00 DIRTMASTER 813-667-DIRT 813-650-4047 ' Flat White Paint #204 .............. $35.00 /5 Gal. Interior Semi Gloss White #14-510 ..... $14.90 I Gal. k 9" Roller .................................... .. $1.50 Each Brushes ....................................... 99.Each. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! MICHAEL CHERRY opened the door and we just have to get through it. It's still a good old boy network out there and it's tough." Cherry's mother, Marsha, said they are a racing family. "His dad, Jimmy, raced for 40 years, so I don t have a problem with it. When he mentioned figure 8 racing that scared us, because we lost a cousin doing that." ''I'm aware of all the safety devices and new technology out there and I know it has gone a long way to make sure the drivers are safe." Mrs. Cherry said seeing him race this past weekend was very exciting and he qual ified and finished fourth in spite of some setbacks during the race. "As far as the reality show is concerned, I know he'll do us all proud. Whatever he does, it will have to be race oriented." Mrs. Cherry said she and rrl Michael talk all the time :5: about the fact racing is still not a popular sport for African Americans. m m I do see some things N changing with diversity in NASCAR. There are diversity 0 issues outside of racing and Michael has exposed this and is a proud ambassador of his sport. Cherry's father, Jimmy, said he feels real good about his sqn's success. "I didn't last long in the sport as a driver. I crashed and gave it up, but when I was young I was always around people who raced. I just never really liked the driving aspect of it. I just loved being around the cars." "I've watched Michael race before, but this time he was in a high-powered car and it was a little different. I think the show will open a lot of doors that have been closed for too long about racing and what really happens behind the scenes." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsen-tinel.com. HART Hill s boro ugh Area Reglonai'Translt Author i ty .-0 c l> C/) m z ::! z m r m c .-.m ::! z ""C c m !: C/) ::I: m c m < m c m C/) c l> z c c

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,.3.___ -Career Service Assistance W.J;WEEMS Hair & 5721 East Fowler Avenue Micro Special 99 Manicure I Pedicure -$25 BarbQr On Duty! Call 988-2575 Tampa/Temple Terrace _2....-813-935-4514 7'.., GEO or High SchQOI Diploma Required Relaxer, Wrap And Brow Waxing I : I Elqliles!J.t6-201o I ... ___________ C311 And Book Your Appointment For African Hair Braiding And Recieve 10% Off WAXING & MORE Loca Salon Wins -Hoodie Awards -Title For 3rd .consecutive Year Members of M Salon 1 who brought home the na,tional trophy for 'Best Beauty Shop' in the Steve H;lrvey Hoodie Awards competition are from left to right: Jessica, W., stylist; Samantha G., stylist; Mrs. Micheline Barber, Owner and Master Stylist, Angelisa C., stylist, CeCe M., stylist; and Kim "Tweet" J., stylist. BY IRIS B.HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In what is practically unheard of, a Tampa hair salon has walked away with the "Best Beauty Salon" cat egory in the Hoodie Awards. This marks the third consec utive year the salon has won the title during the national competition. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony (Micheline) Barber, owners of M Salon 1, and stylists, Samantha G., Lisa C., Has Moved To 50th & Sligh Ph: (813) 447-5712 Ask About Our Specials Kym J., CeCe M., and Jessica: W., were nominated for the title last month. They were notified after the July 19th voting date, that they has once again made the list of finalists. This past weekend, the group, that consisted of Mrs. Barber, her husband, Anthony Barber, and styl.,. ists CeCe Mills, Samatha Gavin, Jessica Wilson, and Kim "Tweet" Jones, attended the awards ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada. Comedian Steve Harvey, who hosted the show. announced the winners in each category at the awards show. Mrs. Barber attributes, the shop's success to their motto: TEAM. It is an acronym for "Together Each can Achieve More." The 8th Annual Ford Hoodie Awards was held on Saturday, August 28th, at the Mandalay Bay Resort arid Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ms. Micheline Barber said, "We are excited and truly blessed. We want to thank every single person from the radio station to the community, to every person in Tampa that took out the time to vote for us. We are so thankful from the bottom of our hearts." "We know we couldn't have done it without their love arid support. It is such an honor to make history and put Tampa Bay in the forefront on the Steve Harvey Show. We are also planning something special to say 'thank you' to the communi ty." Harvey created the program in 2001 to recognize businesses in local commu nities throughout the nation. The people who interacts with the person, business or organization make the nomi nations and cast votes. The Steve Harvey Show, broadcasts locally on WBTP 95 7 The Beat.

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Local Buc-1-Fied Bert' Returns To Television On labor Dav Derrick Brooks will drop by, and I'll debut my new music video featuring B. K. III Jackson, the Bucified Dream Seeker Students, and talented local student vocal-ALBERT OWENS "Buc-I-Fied Bert" BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter It's the time of year when Albert "Buc-I-Fied Bert" Owens welcomes everyone to the fourth annual Bucified "OLE Is Alive" Scholarship Presentation. The scholarships have helped goal-driven students to seek their dreams as part of the Bucified Bert pro gram that teaches important safety and citizenship lessons to youth of all ages. Four seniors from Tampa Bay area high schools will re ceive scholarships. Owens said he's carrying on the tradition of his late mother, Ms. Emma Lee Carpenter, who was and still is a great inspiration to him. Owens said one of the past scholarship recipients put to gether a video that shows how he benefitted from re ceiving tbe honor. Hillsborough Countv Court Judicial vacancv The Thirteenth Circuit Judi cial Nominating Commission announces a vacancy on the Hillsborough County Court created by the appointment of Judge Cheryl Thomas to the Circuit Court. The Thir teenth Circuit Judicial Nomi nating Commission is now accepting applications for one county court judge position. Applicants must be residents of Hillsborough County, registered voters and members of The Florida Bar for the past five years. A list of members of the Thirteenth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is available from The Florida Bar's web site. Questions should be directed to Ed Gerecke at (813) 229-4306. "Evangelist Emma Lee was president of Citywide Missions, and never gave up on anyone." On Sunday, September sth at 2 p.m., Owens will return to television as Buc-I-Fied Bert on WFLA News ChannelS. Morning news anchor, Rod Carter, will host this year's television special and Bert will unveil his new 2010 cos-tum e. Also Mrs. Dorothy C. York, a retired teacher and living legend will be honored by giving a book scholarship to one of this year's Dream Seeker "OLE Is Alive Recip ients. Owens said the emphasis No-Lye SENSITIVE SCALP Relaxer > Defrisa/11 sans sotule caustiqu e 4 pour les cuirs cllwelus sensihles Alisador sin amoufaco Cltt'IVS cabtijttdos lman Luxury Moisturizing Lipstick Sale Thurs. 9/2 thru Sat. 9/4/10 : .................................... ... : this year is placed on the student scholarship winners who overcame their toughest challenges in life to graduate from high school. "We celebrate their success 1\) in hopes they can inspire other Dream Seeking stu dents in our community. ists and musicians." ''I'm also hoping that former Tampa Bay Buccaneer "The OLE is Alive Dream 0 Seeker Scholarship is made possible by All Sports Com munity Service. l/$10 SALE Motions Foaming Wrap Lotion Buy 1 at 4.99 Get 1 50% off SALE Smooth N Shine Hair Polisher 5 oz. includes 1 oz. FREE! 599 599 SALE Organic Root Stimulator Dry Scalp Oil 4 oz. SALE Just for mel .Texture Softener Kit Wamlng: Follow dllllctlons catllfufly to avoid skin and scalp Irritation, hair btllakage and eye Injury. "T'' r 0 :!:! c )> C/) m z :::! z m r III c: r r m :::! z "tJ c: III r en ::I: m c m < m -t c: m C/) c )> z c "T'' :c c -. Sale merchandise may not be avaiable at all stem and Is not available at Rxl'ms Pharmacleo and Pharmacy only locations. Sale prices may also be imlted to your local newspaper distribution. Rain checks are not available ahtcm that do not cany tho ltnm. Sale prlc" offered for the dotes lit ted on tho flont page 111im otherwise specified In the ad or on tlla coupon. Right rosorved to limit all quantitl" on all items. Coupons bt presenled at time or Rtgular prices quoted may vary by stcro. IIams may not bo exactly as pictured. Availability at Walgroens.com may differ. ttomo adwr1IHd wtth R .... do or ......, U)ect to con
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Health N Peppermint And Ginger Oils (") a: w m :2: Peppermint is used to calm irritation uneasy a.. stomachs. w CJ) Add one For a morning eye opener, combine Peppermint and Eu calyptus for a little clarity. drop (it's 0 v e r y a: strong) to LL a cup of Ginger is also known to have a calming effect on u p s e t s tomachs Inc a: LL c z < c CJ) w ::l I-ii: w > w c w ::I: CJ) ::;:j m ::J a.. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::l m ...1 W z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ...1 LL m I 0 ,... w a r m water, sweeten if yo u like and sip on it. Peppermint is also uplifting to a weary driver or passenge r. Add a drop or two on a tissue near your seat to re lease the aroma into your surroundings. Be careful not to get the oil in sensitive areas like near the eyes, it can cause h a le a little from a tissue or dilute some in carrier oil and rub on on the abdomen, which brings relief You can also add a drop of ginger to warm water and drink it as a strong tea. SCHOOL PHYSICALS STEPHEN A. WILLIAMS, M.D., P.A. Board Certified Pediatrician 714 W. MLK Jr Blvd. Tel: 813-223-6222 Tampa, FL 33603 Fax:813-223-6020 VMW.kiddlemd.com Accepting New lm:uit.,.t .. rru>ri'""'.com/drstevens Patients 0-21 Nail Deformities Corn & Calluses Heel Pain Sports Medicine Wound Care NEW Medi-Pedicure Bunions Available PAULL. SHEEHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A. Board Cert(fledAcademy Of Amoulato t y Foot & Ankle Surgery alae 4tlt (/lnnu.al '(fi JJil!J of rftealtlt (/lwa.t.eJ:tejj A ,. Saturday, October 2, 2010-8:30am to 3:00pm University Area Community Center Complex (UACCC) Registration is required. Seating is limited I 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)307-8015 Ext._3502 or Visit us at www.hillscountyhealth.org DEADLINE: September 22, 2010 Special Gift to first 150-women who register Pomegranate Juice Get Rid Of warts Pomegranate j nice is bursting with antioxidants and may help ward off heart disease diabetes and osteoarthritis. It is also used as a heal ing agent for diarrhea and ulcers. Make more tha n a third of your If yo u've ever had a wart, yo u know how hard it is to get rid of it. But, there's hope . .it's garlic ... yes garlic! plaque disappear b y drinking pomegranate juice. Take a clove cut it into tiny pieces and fasten it to the area with a bandage Do this twice a day until the wart goes away. Or use an oil-based garlic extract. Eat For Healthv Breasts Proven ways to reduce your breast cancer risks are exercising regularly, at least five hours a week, and maintain ing a normal weight. However, certain foods may help lower your risk, such as a low fat, high fiber and plant -based diet, try these. Broccoli, Brussels sprouts And Cabbage -and other cruciferous vegetables contain di indolylmethane, which helps your body eliminate excess estradiol (the type of estrogen imolicated in breast canc e r development) and is shown to support healthy cell development in breast tissue. How Much? Women who eat 112 cup of these vegetables daily may have a lower incidence of breast cancer. Oranges, Apples And Lettuce -all contain calcium D-glucarate, which can enhance liver enzymes so they are better able to block carcinogens. Fruits a:nd vegetable are a good source of fiber (as are beans, wheat bran and other whole grains) They also help to reduce the risk of breast cancer. How Much? Try for 200 milligrams of calcium D-glucarate daily, which is equivalent to six cups oflettuce. Or try taking a supplement. Turmeric -the spice that gives curry its yellow color, is a natural anti-inflammatory compound that supports healthy cell development all over. How Much? Add 112 teaspoon to stews or sauces near the end of cooking, so the antioxidants aren't cooked away. Green Tea -women who drink green tea have a lower incidence of breast cancer and a high survival rate. Green tea contains epigallocatechin gallat (EGCG), a powerful antioxidant that can inhibit the growth of tumors. Green Tea and turmeric, when taken together, works especially well. The Green Tea can triple the anticancer benefits of turmeric and the turmeric can make the tea eight times more effective. How Much? Try four to six cups daily. Codfish, Egg Yolks, Mushroom And Fortified Milk-contain Vitamin D3, which can encourage healthy breast cell growth and make cells more resistant to toxins. 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Home cure: Apple it for: Whiter Teeth In addition to removing stains from the enamel, apples have a gentle malic acid tha. t actually helps dissolve tooth stains. Home cure: Baking Soda Use it for: UTI If you think you might have a urinary. tract infection, drink a solution of 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda mixed in 8 ounces of water. Baking soda reduces bacteria's ability to multiply.

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., Health :D Toxic Conditions Pulse Points Does CoHee Cause High Food reactions and toxic congestion have been linked to nu merous conditions: allergies, anxiety, asthma, atherosclerosis backache, bad breath, chest and muscle pain, chronic cough, constipation, depression, digestive disorders, fibromyalgia, headache, hyperactivity insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome itchy eyes joint pain sinus congestion, sore throat and stiff neck. Try a master cleanser to cleanse your system. Make sure your doctor checks your pulse in your feet as well as the usual areas in the neck and/ or groin. Blood Pressureil s: m m Jl w I\) 0 Master Cleanser A cleansing beverage you might want to consider trying is the Master Cleanser formula. Ingredients: 2 Tbsp. fresh squeezed lemon or lime juice, 1-2 Tbsp. pure 100% maple syrup or blackstrap molasses (to taste), 1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper and 8 oz. pure water. Note : Make the concentration and add water when you're ready to drink. Store the mixture in glass, not plastic container Rinse your mouth and teeth with water after drinking to lessen the risk of lemon pulling calcium from your tooth enamel. Directions: drink this cleaning beverage liberally (8-12 glasses) throughout the day. This cleanser is great for the liver and the entire body. It con tains vitamin C, potassium and other minerals. Its astringent nature helps to tighten up tissue while loosening and cleaning out toxins. The syrup or molasses adds wonderful energy, but use less if you re watching your caloric intake. The Cayenne pepper helps clear the blood, eliminating mucus and toxins. Diabetes& Endoc ri nology Kidney Disorders If the pulse strength differs in these 3 areas it can be a sign of peripheral arterial dis ease. Thvroid This butterfly shaped gland at the base of the neck is often missed during a lymph node exam By tapping on the thyroid, your doctor can screen for thyroid cancer. lvmahNodes Doctors usually check the lymph nodes in the neck, but often neglect the nodes in the groin and underarm areas. Checking all the lymph nodes is important because swollen lymph nodes may signal infection and lumps could mean cancer. Geriatrics Orthopedics Drinking coffee has no ef fect on blood pressure what soever. But drinking caffeinated sodas does! People who drink four or more cans of caffeinated sug ared soda have a 44% higher chance of hypertension than people who drink less than one can per day. People drinking diet sodas were also at greater risk, but not as great as the people drinking regular caffeinated Sodas without caffeine didn't seem to raise blood Joint Pain If you re experiencing joint pain, try hyaluronic acid (HA), also referred to carti lage in a bottle. HA is made up of the same stuff as your cartilage. When swallowed, it passes through your digestive tract, into your bloodstream and goes right into your joints. Heart & Heart Surgery Urology Awards speak louder than headlines. pressure, and neither did cof fee (regular or decaf). Back Pain ..... 0 ., If you're having back pro-r-blems, your hamstrings, 0 could be the reason. ;!! Lie on your back and if you have problems lifting cn each leg to a 90 degree angle, yo u may need a :::! stretching program to relax your hamstrings, thus taking rpressure off your back. m c: rrm :::! z "tJ c: m c (/) ::I: m c m < m Jl -< c: m (/) c )> z c ., Jl c Tampa General Hospital is proud to be named to U.S.News & World Report's l i st of "America's Best Hospitals" in six specialties Out of nearly 5,000 hospitals evaluated, TGH is one of only 152 to be honored. We would like to thank our outstanding team of healthcare professionals for their continued commitment to exceptional patient care. Tampa General Hospital Trusted for our expertise. Chosen for our care .. For a r e f e rral to on e of our phy s icians, pl e ase call 1 -800-822-DOCS or visit www. tgh org. Affiliat e d wi t h t h e U S F College o f M ed i cine ...... ...... I m

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R.eci es ::c Cheeseburger Kabobs BBQ Shrimp Sweet BBQ Chicken Kabobs Kabobs 2 lb. ground beef 1/2 cup salad dressing 1 cup seasoned dry bread crumbs 1/2 tsp. garlic powder 1 pkg. cheddar cheese cubes 13 cherry tomatoes 1 each green and red pepper, cut in chunks 1lb. mushrooms, stems removed 1lb.uncooked medium shrimp, peeled with tails left on, deveined 1/2 cup BBQ Sauce 1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts (cut in 1-1/2-inch pieces) 2 cups fresh pineapple chunks (1-1/ 2 inch) 1 each red and green pepper (cut in 1-1/2-inch pieces) 1/2 cup barbecue Sauce 3 Tbsp. frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed s: ttl m ::D (,.) 1\) 0 ..... 0 26 wooden skewers DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350F. Mix meat, dressing, bread crumbs and garlic powder in large bowl. Shape into 52 meatballs, each about 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Place in single layer baking pan. DIRECTIONS: Heat grill to medium-high heat. Thread shrimp onto 8 skewers. Grill 2 min. on each ide or until shrimp turn pink, brushing occasionally with barbecue sauce. DIRECTIONS: Heat grill to medium-high heat. f! Thread chicken alternately with pineapple and peppers onto 8 long wooden skewers, using 2 skew-ers placed side-by-side for each kabob. en Mix barbecue sauce and juice concentrate; brush half evenly onto kabobs. ::::! Grill 8 to 10 min. or until chicken is done, turning r Bake 25 minutes or until cooked through. Arrange meatballs, cheese cubes, tomatoes, peppers and mushrooms evenly on skewers. and brushing occasionally with remaining sauce. m """ C"l N """ PUB LJ X MIJIII 179 Spareribs.... ........................ ... .................. -., Bac!er 8, 2010. Only in Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, Highli!nds, Hernando, Citrus, Mana lee, Safasota, Charlotte, Collier, Lake, Sumter, Polk and Osceola Counties. Including Publlx at Stoneybrook Hills Village hi Mount Dora. Any Item carried GreenWise,Market will 9e at the Publlx advertise'd sille price. ___ .._....._....._ .. ....... -:..:.1 Gatorade Thirst .... U '.Quencher..... rree Or G2Lati C31orie 'Assorted Varieties, txt. Quantity rWrts reserved. SAVE UP TO 2.80 I c: r r m ::::! z ""C c: IJJ c CJ) ::I: m c m < m ::D -< -4 c: m CJ) c l> z c 'T1 :c c ..... (,.) I IJJ

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Nationa Obama savs He Isn't Worried About Muslim Rumors PRES. BARACK OBAMA NEW ORLEANS President Barack Obama said Sunday he isn t worried about a recent poll showing that nearly one-fifth of Americans believe he is a Muslim. "The facts are the facts," said Obama, who Is a Christian. In an interview broadcast on "NBC Nightly News," the president blamed the confusion over his reli gious beliefs on "a network of misinformation that in a new media era can get churned out there constant ly." A poll released earlier this month by nonpartisan Pew Research Center showed that 18 percent of people believe Obama is Muslim. That was up from 11 percent who said so in March 2009. Just 34 percent said Obama is Christian, down from 48 percent who said so last year. 'I' m not gonna b e wor ryin g too much about whatever rumors are floating on out there," Obama said Sund ay "If I spend all m y time chas in g after that, then I would n t get much don e." Asked about persistent accusations that h e wasn' t born in the United States, the president responded, "I can t spend all my time with my birth certificate plastered on my forehead." Obama: There's 'No Magic Bullet' To Rescue Economy Preside.nt Obama. admits there's "no magic bullet" to jump-start the economy. "If you don't have a job right now, it's a tough, tough situation," said President Obama. The economy is growing slower than the government thought. Home sales are down and nearly one in ten Americans remain without jobs. The President says Congress needs to act "We should be passing legislation that helps small businesses get credit," said Obama. But that's on hold as lawmakers try to keep their jobs. Democrats up for reelection in November are being hammered on the economy and spending. Pinsburgh Teenager Sues. over Police Beating JORDAN MILES ... Then ... Now PITTSBURGH -Jordan Miles, a Black teen who attended Pittsburgh's prestigious Creative and Performing Arts High School, has filed a federal lawsuit saying three white Pittsburgh police officers wrongfully beat him in January, then conspired to file false charges against him and concocted a cover story for their actions. The city is not commenting on the lawsuit filed by Miles on Monday in U.S District Court. Miles claims the officers assumed he was a troublemaker because of his race and beat him without cause. Miles says in the lawsuit h e thought he was being kidnapped by the plainclothes officers and muttered "The Lord s Prayer" out of fear as they allegedly beat him. Almost100,000 Sexual Assaults Occur In u. s. Prisons Annuallv The numb ers are staggering. The problem i s overwhelming. The government r epor t e d Thursday that in the past year, 4-4 percent of inmates in prison and 3.1 percent of. inmates in jail r eport b e ing victimized sexually by a noth e r inm ate or staff member According to a study by th e Justic e D e partment's Bure a u of Justice Statistics, those percentages mean that 88,500 inmates behind bars were the victim of sex crimes nationwide from October 2008 to December 2009. Other facts revealed from the study: Female inmates were more than twice as likely as male inmates to report expe riencing sexual victimization by another inmate. Among inmates who reported victimization by another inmate, 13 of male prison inmates and 19 percent of male jail inmates said they were victimized within the first 24 hours after being admitted to a correc tions facility. In contrast, the figure for women was 4 per cent for prison and jail. "T1 ::0 c Woman Gets Racist Receipt From Domino's ?< en m "'tJ m s: llJ m ::0 w 1\) 0 _.. 0 0 1 .e 1 \.lE! \/ 'VC .. ,_ 0 .-_,.,.,.. ---:= "'10;-"ii:;.. An Apex, North Carolina woman has been receiving threatening phone calls after she says she got a Domino's delivery man fired for giving her a .receipt that read, "n*gger don't tip." The customer says she received two Domino's pizzas from the restaurant when her 10-year-old niece pointed out the racist line printed at the bottom. Infuriated, the woman called the pizza business to complain and the driver was fired immediately. Now she says she's been bogged down with racist phone calls threatening her for costing the unidentified employee their job. The owner of the local Domino's has since released a statement saying, "I'm horrified this occurr-ed. This was the action of a 0 lone individual and it does :!! not reflect my views." Similarly, a man was given a racist receipt in February at a St. Louis Pizza Hut that identified him as "Bi.g Black." He has sirice announced plans to sue the company.

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The software will install on its own and automatically backup up your e-mail, data spreadsheets music, photos even items on your desktop and primary hard drive. The Clickfree device built-in software will even warn you if you are running out of space on your external hard drive Now there is no excuse to lose your documents the next time your computer is infected with a nasty virus. minimums The federal prison population of over 205 000 people strains the capacity of our federal prison system which i s currently 40 percent over capacity Overall the U. S. has the largest prison population in the world with 2.3 million behind bars at a cost of $5.4 billion to taxpayers each year. This is wisely spent money when it is used on proper pun ishment, but the funds are wasted when we employ one size-fits-all sentencing for everyone no matter how well the punishment fits the crime. Restores the balance be tween prosecutorial and judicial discretion. Just like the Court should not determine what the government should charge in a given case prosecutors should not have the ability to determine what the Court sentences in a given case. The case of Jose Compean and Ignacio Ramos is an exam ple where some feel prosecutors were improperly able to set the sentence of the two border agents. This legislation would allow prosecutors to determine what to charge a defendant and allow the Courts to set the sen tence if a guilty verdict is found Any sentence-handed down by the Court can be appealed . Crim i nal Defense Attorneys Mark J. O Brien Esquire and T. Federico Bower, Esquire are both former Miami prosecutors handle exclusively federal and state criminal defense cases They invite your criminal law questions by submitting an on line inquiry on their website at www obrienbower.com or con tacting them at 511 W Bay St. # 330 Tampa, FL 33606 (813250-3533) All questions will be answered and those questions relevant to most people will be featured in an upcoming n ews paper article

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Polk County ew" s I A Celebration of Service On Saturday, July 31st, the members, friends and family of the Tampa WestCoast District Church Of God By Faith (COGBF) joined together to honor the service, dedication and hard work of their district leaders, Superintendent Elder James E. Williams, III, and First Lady Mother Lillie Williams. The host-site for this occasion was Praise and Deliverance Temple COGBF in Plant City, Minister Jerome Fortson, pastor. The honorees were escort ed and seated by Minister Anthony Landers, and First Lady Myrtice Landers, who are the leaders of the TWCD newborn St. Pete Mission-COGBF. The theine of the occasion was "Fulfilling the Vision Through Knowledge, Meekness and Wisdom." Minister Marte Wilson served as Master of Ceremony. Elder Calvin McDonald rendered the opening Prayer. The Scripture was read by Minister Gary Hird. Sister Seretha Ragins welcomed the' guests to PDT. Appreciation tributes were given by Elder Harvey Lawrence, Minister Landers, Elder McDonald, Minister Jerome Fortson, Evangelist Juanita Jones and First Lady Caroline Hird. Brother AI Smith, III and the youth of Little Rock COGBF, where Elder Williams serves as Pastor, presented special gifts and tokens of love to Elder and his wife. A powerful message of encouragement was delivered by Elder Alonzo Smith, Sr., District Elder of the COGBF Daytona District. The message was entitled 'Speak It The Way You Want It'. The text was taken from I Samuel 14. Songs of Praise and Worship were rendered by the Little Rock Praise Team. (Photos by Shaw-Nuj) Honor Your Grandparents September 12th We should honor our Grandparents EVERYDAY, but especially on National Grandparents Day which is Sunday, September 12, 2010. The official song of National Grandparents Day is 'A Song Fol' Grandma and Grandpa composed by Johnny Prill. The official flower for this day is the Forget-Me-Not. In 1973, a statewide campaign was started to set aside a special day for Grandparents. The campaign was headed by Marian McQuade, a mother of 15 children and resident of Oakhill, West Virginia McQuade made it her goal to educate the youth in the community about the importance of the contributions senior citizens have made and are still will ing to make, if asked to do so. She urged the youth to adopt-a-grandparent, not for just one da y of the yea r not for material giving, but for a lifetim e of experie nc e and caring ... just wa itin g to be shared with others. The concerted efforts of McQuade and action taken by then-Governor Arch Moore resulted in the recognition of first Grandparents Day. In 1978 the U. S. Congress passed legislation proclaiming the first Sunday after Labor Day as National Grandparents D ay and thenPresident Jimmy Carter s igned the proclamation Happy Grandparent s D ay to all! Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk sends special condolences and prayers for God s comfort to: Diane Dukes (Artis), Valerie Williams, Annette Waldon (Mike), Lisa Miller-Truitt (Scottie), Josef Miller (Tiffany), Wanda Garcia (Mike), Tisha Dinks (Tim), Tony Miller (jennifer) and the family members, church family and friends of the late Mother Janice C. Miller, who passed away August 18, 2010. Mother Miller was remembered as one who took a strong stance as mother, grandmother, friend and dedicated Church Mother and work,: r at St. John Primitive Baptist Church, Dr. Robert D. Townes, pastor. Her l ega cy of l ove and strong c h arac t er, which was shared in a b eautiful family r eflec ti o n b y her daughter, Annette, will live on in each of h e r eight children. Happy Birthday! Elder Calvin McDonald is shown with his wife, Belinda, and their godchild. Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happ y birthday to very d ea r friends, Gertie Crawford-Scott, of Auburndale, and Mary Harris of Lake Wales who will both ce l ebrate another nat a l da y Sept 4th. Also, spec ial wishes for a happy birthday to Elder Calvin McDonald of Lakeland, who will celebrate his special day on Sept. 9th. Elder McDonald is the pastor of New Life Church of God by Faith in Ft. Myers. Belated birthday greetings to former Lakeland Lady Gladys Spann, who celebrated 66 years of life on Aug. 30th. Gladys now lives in New Jersey. Belated Happy Birthday wishes are also extended to Lakeland Lady Lydia Thomas, who celebrated another natal day on Sept. 2nd. May each of your natal days be filled with joy, peace, love and gifts!. And may the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more. Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out! This week' s Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out. goes to Devonte Dawson, of St. Petersburg. Devonte is a 4-year-old boy who is a HERO! It was reported that earlier this week he was alone in -1 m the house with his Great S: Grandmother, Janie tD m Leshore, who is 67 years :::c old Grandma began to have w seizures and became uncon-N 0 scious. Devonte dialed 911, ...... 0 talked to the dispatcher and stayed by his Grandma's side until the paramedics arrived and took her to the hospital. Shaw-Nuf commends and applauds you, Devonte and your mother, for her training you at the age of three to dial 911 in an emer gency. A job well done! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, 5 religious organizations and :::c community news etc., with the readership of the C/) Florida Sentinel m Bulletin with Shaw-Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail z to: shawnuftalk@yahoo-p! .com or calling (863) 513-m 8437. 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0 0 ('II ("') a: UJ Ill :lE UJ 1-a.. UJ i II TAX DEEDS I a: u.. 0 a: u.. 0 z <( 0 CJ) UJ :J 1-UJ > UJ 0 UJ :::t: CJ) :::J Ill ::::) a.. z t= UJ ...J ...J ::::) Ill ...J UJ z t= z UJ CJ). <( 0 a: 0 ...J u.. Ill I CX) T"" NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC # 1305 t he holder of the following certifica t e h a s filed said certificate f or a t a x deed to be issued thereon. T he certificate number and yea r of issuance the description of the property, and the n ames in which it was assessed are as follows: F olio No.: 156466 .0100 Certi f icate No.: 147402-07 File No.: 201Q-704 Year o f I ss u ance: 2007 Description of Property: OSBORNE AVENUE SUBDIVISION N \-2 OF E Y 2 OF LOT 6 AND N \-2 OF LOT 7 PLAT BOO K/PAGE: 1 2/ 1 5 SEC-TWP-RGE: 05-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) i n whic h assessed: ALVIN C DAVIS S a id property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be r edee med according to law, the prop erty descr i b e d in such certificate s hall be sold to the high es t b i dder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO E as t Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 11h day o f October 2010 at 10 : 00 A.M (NO TICE : Please call (B13 ) 276 B1 00 e xt. 4B09 t o verify sale location) D a ted thi s da y of August 201 0 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida B y : LAUREN D M ERR ITT Deputy Clerk 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 4 205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed ; if you are hear ing or voice i mpaired call 711. II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t NOMANBHOY FAMILY LTD PART # 15592 the holder of the f ollowing ce r tificate h as tiled said cert ific ate lor a tax deed t o be iss ued the r eon. Th e certifica t e numbe r and year of i ssuance the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed a r e as follows : F o lio No.: 1034B1.1000 Ce rtifi cate No : 171737-08 File No : 201 0-705 Year o f I ssuance: 2008 Description of Property: RIVERSIDE ESTATES CO RRECTED MAP O F BLOCKS 1 2 12, 1 3 14 AND 15 LOT 3 AND LOT 4 LES S S 14FT BLO CK 1 2 PLAT BOO K/PAGE: 24/2B SEC-TWPRGE : 35-2B-1B SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: A-1 GUN PARTS INC. Said property b e ing in the County of H i ll s borough, St ate of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in s uch certificate shall be sol d to the h ig h est bidder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floo r George E Edgecomb Courth o use, BOO E ast Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 11h da y of October 2010 at 10 :00 A.M. (NOT I C E : Please call (B13) 276-B1 00 ext. 4B09 to ver ify sa l e l ocation) Dated day o f August 2010 P A T FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court H illsborough County, Florida By : LAUR E N D M ERRITT Deputy Clerk 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. T ampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the d ate the service is needed ; if you are he a ring or voice impaired, c a ll 711. LEGAL NOTICE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received from bidders by the Own e r in the Service Building front office located on the second level /red side, Tampa International Airport for the Project listed below until 2:00 p m., September 29 2010, at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Servic e Building Lobby Conference Room A second level/red side : Airport Name : Peter 0 KAight Airport HCAA Project Number : 5625 1 0 FOOT FM Number : 418121 & 412440 I Project Title: Taxiway & Apron Rehabilitation A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held in the Authority boardroom located in the L a ndside Terminal Building third level/blue side on September 15 2010 at 10:00 a.m. For more information and to register to receive automated e-mail notification s of future business opportunities, please vis it our w e bsite at www.tampaairport.com ; quick links ; airport business NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t SEAN OLSEN #6612 the holder o f the following cert ifi cate has filed sa id certificate for a tax deed t o be issued ther eo n The certificate n umb e r a nd year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in w hich i t was assessed are as f ollows: F o lio No.: 035392.5198 Certificate N o.: 158535-08 Fil e No.: 201 0 -707 Year of I ssua n ce: 2008 Description of Property: PINE LAKE SEC TION B UNIT ONE L O T 2 BLOCK 4 PLAT BOO K/PAGE : 53/ 09 SEC-TWP-RGE: 06-2B-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in whi ch assesse d : VILLAS OF AUTUMN CHACE LLC Said property b e ing in the County of Hill s borough State of Florida Unless s uch certificate s hall be redeemed according to law, the property de scri bed in such certificate s hall b e s old to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Auditor i um 2nd Floor Georg e E Edg ecom b Courthou se BOO East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the Z!h day of October 2010 at 10:00 A M. (NOTICE : Ple ase call (B13) 276-B100 ext. 4B09 t o verify sale locatio n). D a ted day o f August 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D M ERRITT Deputy Clerk 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 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Hillsborough Community College II is accepting submissi ons for the following : RFQ # 2556-11 Architectural / Engineering Services Renovation/Remodeling of Select Spaces Bldg #212, HCC Collaboration Studio Ybor City Campus Due Date : 09/28 /201 0 before 1 : 00 p .m. For more information, please vis it our w ebs ite at: www. hccfl .e du /dao/ admin and fin ance/ departm ents/ purchasing .as px click on Current Solicitations II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t SEAN OLSEN #6612 the h o l der o f the follo wing certifica t e h as filed said cer tifi cate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The ce rtifi cate number and year of issuance the descriptio n of the property and the n a m es in which it was assessed are as follows : F o lio N o.: 035392 .5200 Certifica t e N o : 158536 08 File No.: 2010-708 Year of Iss u ance : 2008 Description of Property: PINE L AK E SECTION B UNIT ONE LOT 3 BLO CK 4 PLAT BOO K/PAGE: 53/0 9 SEC-TWP-RGE : 06 -2 B 1 9 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in whic h assessed: VILLAS OF AUTUMN CHACE LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless suc h certificate shall be r e deemed a ccording to law the property des c rib ed in such certifi ca te shall be sol d to the highe s t bidder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 7th day of October 2010, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (B13) 276-B100 ext 4B09 to verify sa le l ocation). D a ted day o f August 2010 PAT FR,l\NK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person w ith a d isability 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 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed ; if you are hearing o r voice impaired call 711. HOMES FOR SALE East Tampa Business And Civic Association 6806 Waterton $150 000 -4 Bedroom Double Car Garage 12105 Fox Bloom $135,000-3 Bedroom Double Car Garage Up to $60 000 00 Available In Down Payment Ass i stance (813) 248-3977 II II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BOSCH DEVELOPMENTS LLC #15933 the holder of the f ollowing ce rtifi cate has filed said certif i ca t e for a t ax deed to be issued thereon. Th e cer tifi cate numb e r and yea r o f iss u ance the description of the p r o p erty, and the names i n w hich i t was assessed are as foll ows: F olio No.: 89540 0000 Certificate No.: 170299-08 Fil e N 0.: 201 D-706 Year of I ss u ance: 2008 Description of Property: COM AT SW COR OF SW 14 OF SW 14 THN N 1321.B6 FT THN S B9 DEG 50 MIN 34 SEC E 5B7 FT TO POB THN S 330 FT THN S B9 DEG 50 MIN 34 SEC E 190.5B FT THN S 996 3 0 FT THN S B9 DEG 3 0 MIN 57 SEC E 507 .15 FTTHN N 00 DEG 25 MIN 33 SEC E 13 29.2 0 FT MOL THN N B9 DEG 50 MIN 34 SEC W 707.59 FT MOL TO POB LESS MCGEE RD RW AND LESS E 1BO FT OF W 917 FT OF N 330 FT THEREOF SEC-TWP-RGE: 07-2B-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: JAMES L. REDMAN LIFE ESTATE Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unle ss s uch certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certi fic ate shall be sold to the highest bidder a t the Jury Auditorium 2nd Flo o r Georg e E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO Eas t T w i ggs St reet Tampa FL 33602 on the 7th day of October 2010 a t 10: 00 A M. (NOTICE: Please call (B13) 276-B1 00 ext. 4B09 to verify sale location). D ated day o f August 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to partici pate in thi 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 4 205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; if you are hearing or voi ce Impaired call 711. HOMES FOR SALE 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 II

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II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that SEAN OLSEN # 6612 the holder of the f ollowing cert if icate has f iled sai d cert if ica t e for a tax deed to be i ssued the r eon The cer t i ficate number and year of issuance, t h e descrip tion o f the p r o p er t y a n d the n ames in w hich i t was assessed are as follows: F o lio No.: 035392 5202 Certificate N o : 158537-08 File No.: 2010-709 Y e a r o f I ss uan ce: 2008 Description of Property: PINE LAKE SEC TION B UNT ONE LOT 4 BLO C K 4 PLAT BOO K/PAG E : 5 3/ 0 9 SECTWP-R G E : 0 6-28-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e(s) in w hich assessed: VILLAS OF AUTUMN CHACE LLC Said prop e r ty b eing in the County o f Hill s b oro ugh, S t a t e o f Florida. Unl ess s u ch cert i f ica t e shall be r e d eemed acco r ding to law, the property d esc r ibed in s uch certifi cate s h a ll be sol d to the high est bidder at the Jury Audi torium, 2nd Floo r Geo r ge E Edgeco mb Co urth ouse 8 0 0 E ast T w i ggs Str e et T a mpa, FL 33602 on the 7 th day of October 2010 at 10 : 00 A M (NO TICE : P lease call (813) 276 1 00 ext. 48 0 9 t o verify sa l e l ocatio n). D a ted this 20th day o f August 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D. MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d i sabil ity who needs any accommodation in orde r to parti Cipate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provi s ion of certa i n assistance Please contact the C lerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extens ion 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the servi ce Is needed ; i f you are hearing or voice I mpaired call711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MIDGE MACHADO # 8 4 t h e h o lder of the followin g cer t i f i cate has file d sai d cer tificate for a tax d eed to b e issued thereon The cer tificate n u mber and year of iss u ance the descrip lion o f the p r ope rty, a n d the n a mes in w hich it was assesse d a r e as follows : F olio No.: 006579.0000 Certificat e No.: 153814 -08 F i l e No.: 2010-711 Year o f Issu a n ce: 2008 Description of Property: ROCKY C REEK ESTATES THAT PART OF LOT 2 7 BEG AT A PT 56.4 5 FT W OF NE COR AND RUN SL Y TO PT ON SL Y BDR Y 85.6 FT W OF S E COR W TO SW COR N TO NW COR AND E TO BEG P.LAT BOO K/PAGE: 31/34 SECTWP-R G E : 0 3-29 7 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e(s) in which assessed: EST OF MICHAEL 0. BUTLER Said p r ope rty being in the County of Hillsbor ough, State of Florida. U n l ess s uch certificate shall be redeemed acco r d ing t o law the prope r ty described in s uch certifica t e shall be sol d to the highest b idder at the Jury Audito r iu m 2 n d Floor Geo r ge E E dge c omb Co u r thouse, 800 E ast T w i ggs Street T ampa FL 33602 o n the 7th day o f October 2010 at 10 : 00 A.M (NOTICE: P lease call (813) 276-8 100 ext. 4 809 to verify sal e l ocat i on) D ated thi s 20th day o f August 2010 P A T FRAN K Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hill sborough County, Flo r ida By: LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation I n o rder to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you to the provision of certa i n ass i stance Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Flor i da (813) 276-8100 extens ion 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; if you are hear ing or voice i mpa i red call 711. TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t h at MIDGE MACHADO # 84 the h o l der of the f ollowing cer tificat e has file d sai d c ertifi cate f o r a tax dee d to be i ssue d the reon The certificate number a n d year o f issu a nce, t h e d escrip tion o f the prop erty. and the names in which it was assesse d a r e as follows: F olio No.: 008734.0000 C e r t ificat e No.: 154062 -08 File No.: 2010-712HX Year o f Issu a nce: 2008 Description of Property: SWEETWATER C REEK SU BDIVISION E 9 0 FT OF W 150FT OF LOT 3 2 PLAT BOO K/PAGE: 3 0 /68 SEC -TWP R G E : 36-28 -17 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e(s) in whic h assessed: OPAL B HUDSON PAUL E. MILLER Said prop e r ty being in t tle Coun t y o f H illsbo r ough S t a t e of Flor i da. Unless such c e rtificate shall be redeemed according to law the property d escribed in s uch c e r tifica t e shall be sol d t o the highes t bidde r a t the Jury Auditor ium, 2nd Floor Geo rge E E dgecomb Courthouse 800 E ast T wiggs Street T ampa FL 33602 o n the 7th day of O ctober 2010 at 10:00 A M (NOTIC E : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 t o verify sal e l ocatio n). D ate d t h i s 20th day o f Augus t 2 010 P A T FRA N K Clerk Of The C ircuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you a r e a person w ith a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate I n this proceeding, you a re enti tled at no cost io you to the provision of certain ass i stance Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working d ays prior to the date the serv i ce is needed ; if you are hearing or voice i mpa i red, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that SANIEL ALVARADO # 16007 t h e hol de r of the f o ll owing cer tif icate has fil e d said certi fi cate for a tax d eed t o b e issu e d thereo n The cer tificat e numbe r and year of i ssua nce, the desc ripti o n o f the p r o perty, and the n ames in which it was assessed a r e as f ollows : F olio No.: 048838.0070 C ertificat e No.: 161005-08 File No.: 2010-713HX Yea r of Issuan ce: 2008 Descr i ption of P roperty: SPEEDWA Y PARK UNIT NO 2 LOT 9 AND W 35FT OF LOT 10 BLOC K 24 PLAT BOO K/PAGE: 18 /15 SEC-TWP RGE : 02-30-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e(s) in whic h asse ssed : MICHELLE ADAM RONALD ADAM LORETIAADAM Said pro p erty b eing in the Co unt y o f Hill sboro ugh, State o f Flo rida. Unless such cert i fica t e s h all b e redeemed according to law, t h e p r o p erty d esc r ibed in such certifica t e shall be sol d to the high est b i dde r at the Ju r y Auditor ium 2 n d Floor, George E E dgeco mb Co ur t h ouse 8 0 0 E ast T wiggs Street Tamp a FL 33602 on the 7th day of October 2010 at 10 : 00 A .M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 27 6-8 1 00 ext. 48 0 9 t o verify sal e l ocation). D ate d this 20t h day of August 2010 P A T FRA N K Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Flor i da By: L A URE N D MERRITI Deputy Cle r k I f you a r e 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 ass i stance Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) worki ng days prior to the date the service is needed ; i f you are hearing or voi ce impa i red call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BANKATLANTIC #95 the h o lder o f t h e f ollowing certificat e has filed said certificate f or a tax deed to be _issu e d t hereon. The cer t ificat e num ber a n d year o f issu a n ce. the descriptio n o f the prop erty and the n ames in whic h it was assessed ar e as follows: F olio No.: 002810 0000 Ce r tifica t e N o : 152078-08 Fil e No.: 2010-715HX Year of Issu a nce: 2008 Desc ription of Property: KEY STONE PARK COLON Y S 65.3 5 FT OF W 1 3 0 FT OF TRACT 9 & N 12 6.8 FT OF W 130FT OF TRACT 16 IN NW 'A PLAT BOO K/PAGE: 05/55 SEC-TWP-RGE : 3 5 2 717 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e (s) in which a s s essed: BRNARD HICKS LINDA HICKS Said p roperty being in the County o f H illsbo r o ugh, S t ate of Florida. U nless suc h cer t ifi cate shall be r edeemed according to law, the p r operty describe d i n suc h cer t if icate shall be s old t o the h i g h est bidder at the J ury A udit orium, 2 n d Floo r Geo rge E Edgeco m b Co urth o use, 800 E ast T wiggs S treet Tampa FL 33602 o n the I!!! day of October 2010 at 10 : 00 A M ( NOTICE : Ple a s e call (813 ) 276 -810 0 ext 48 0 9 to verify sale locatio n). D ated day o f August2010 PAT FRAN K Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Flor i da B y : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person w ith a d isability who needs any accommodation in order to p articipate in this proceeding, you are ent i tled at no cost to you to t he provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Flor i da, (813) 276 8100 extension 4205 two (2) worki ng days prior to the date the servi ce is needed ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. :B c l< CJ) m ""D -t m s: m m JJ c.J 1\) 0 ..... 0 r-0 JJ CJ) m z ::! z m r-m c: r rm ::! z ""D c: m !: CJ) ::I: m c m < m JJ -< -t c: m CJ) c )> z c Home For Sale AS IS Phone (813) 409-6778 II FOR RENT II North Tampa And Temple Terrace Area Angie's Apartments 1 2 & 3_ Bedroom Apartments Duplexes Or Town Houses WDH -0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome 813-915-9787 Condo Pond View Near Busch 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $675 00/Monthly Section 8 OK Gated Community Swimming Pool Laundry Water And Sewer Included (813) 390 4169 South Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Townhouse Washer/Dryer Hook-up Fenced, Patio Section 8 Ready $850.00/Monthly Call (813) 451-9201 Condo 2 Bedroom/2 Bath \ Section 8 Ok (813) 949-3482 DAVID A. PHETHEAN REALTOR Call (813) 936-8810 Efficiencies, 2 Bedrooms And 3 Bedrooms Section 8 Welcome SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS FOR RENT: River Grove Dr. 5 Bedroom/2 Bath Home $1 ,400 00/Monthly 1 ,300 Square Feet Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 376-8787 Progress Village 8305 Allamanda 3.5 Bedrooms/2 Bath Home Washer/Dryer Central Heat/Air $900 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Phone (813) 654-0642 For Rent 2 3 And 4 Bedroom Homes Section 8 Welcome Rental Incentives For Details Call 813-287-1591 Green Light Realty LLC House For Rent Section 8 Approved 3 Bedroom/1.5 Bath Convert Dent Into 4 Bedroom Newly Remodeled Appliances Central Air Phone (813) 629-4063

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0 T"" 0 C\1 ::E w f-a. W NOTICE OF APPLICATION C/) FOR TAX DEED > Oct NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that C BANKATLANTIC #95 the holder of the il: following certificate has filed said certifi-LL cate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. c a: LL c z < c C/) w ::) 1-w > w c w ::z::: C/) ::::; m ::) a. z i= w -I -I ::) m -I w z i= z w C/) ( a: 0 -I U.. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No : 002269.0452 Certificate No.: 151980-08 File No.: 2010-716HX Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: THE LAKES AT VAN DYKE FARMS LOT 26 BLOCK A PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 64/04 SECTWP-RGE: 24-27-17 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: W. FRANK CANTERO SHARON S. CANTERO Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be : redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the Zlb._day of October 2010, at 10:00 A,M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 2l!th day of AUgust 201 o PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If yoil 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, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II 3015 N. Sanchez St. Includes W/S/G 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $995.00/Monthly $400.00/Deposit $225.00 Off Rent Call (813) 704-3370 Several Homes Available For Rent 2 -5 Bedrooms Starting At $595.00/Monthly lnve$tors Choice Realty 727-580-9184 NOTICE OF APPLICATION NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that BANKATLANTIC #95 the holder of the BANKATLANTIC #95 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property, and the names in description of the property and the names which it was assessed are as follows : in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 00159o : oooo Certificate No.: 151907-08 File No.: 2010-717HX Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: GARDEN LAKE SUBDIVISION LOT 1 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 32/63 SEC-TWP-RGE : 17-27-17 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: MICHAEL J. RODGERS Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the propE!rty described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the Z!h day of October 2010, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 22th day of August 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accom modatlon 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, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, calf 71 Folio No.: 004039.2660 Certificate No.: 152630-08 File No : 2010-718 Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: WESTCHASE SECTION 377 LOT 80 BLOCK 1 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 81/10 SEC-TWP -RGE: 15-28-17 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: PATRICIA GAUDIN Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according lo law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the Z1h d
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I =TAX=D=EED=S ==L=EG=AL II EMPLOYMENT II II II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t hat TARPON IV LLC #2770 the h old er o l the foll o wing certificate has filed said certific ate f o r a ta x d ee d to be issued ther eon. Th e c e rtifi c at e number and y ea r o f i s suance the description of the prop e r ty and the names in which it was a s ses sed are as follows : Folio No. : 062186 0000 Certificate No.: 137967-07 File No.: 2010-721 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : S 116 365 FT OF N 559 275 FT OF W 100 FT OF E 225 FT OF NE !4 OF NE !4 SEC-TWP RGE : 28 28-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a me(s) in whic h a ssessed : 30 DAYS REAL ESTATE CORP TTEE Said pro pe rty being in the C o u nty of Hill s b o rough Sta te of Flo rida. Unless s u c h certificate shall be redeem e d a ccordin g t o law, the proper ty d e s c rib e d in s u c h c e rtificate shall be sol d to the highest bidd e r at t h e Jury Auditorium 2nd Floo r George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the Z1h day of October 201 0 at 10:00 A,M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated day of August 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hltlsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerk 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 eX1enslon 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. 3 Bedroom/2 Bath And 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up Section Accepted Call (813) 453-0123 Section 8 Welcome 1708 East ldell Street 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 8511 Fish Lake Drive 3 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath (813) 727-6782 1617 E. Linden Avenue Very Nice Large 2/1 Family Room Remodeled Fenced Quiet Street Section 8 Welcome (813) 428-4070 INVITATION TO BID Hillsborough County Bid NO: ITB-C-0262-0-2010/DV CIP NO: 69226 Platt Street Bridge Over The Hillsborough River Major Repairs Bid Due Date (Subcontractors/Suppliers): September 16,2010 before 2 P.M. Fax Quotes To: (813) 849-7582 Archer Western Contractors, Ltd is soliciting quotes from Hillsborough County certified DM/DWBE suppliers, subcontractors and/or Florida Certified DM/DWBE subcontractors for the following scopes of work: Surveying, Quality Control, Saw Cutting, Asphalt Paving, Asphalt Milling, Erosion Control, Flatwork Concrete, Rebar Supply and Installation, Drainage & Material Supply, Fencing, Pavement Markings, Bridge Machinery, Structural Steel, Control House Work, Lighting, Concrete Repairs and others not specifically mentioned. Plans can be viewed in our plan room at: Archer Western Contractors, Ltd. 4343 Anchor Plaza Pkwy, Suite 155, Tampa, FL 33634 or go to our online plan room at the following link: https : //sharepoint walshgroup com/jobsites/fl/regional/bids/default .aspx Username: walshgroup\awflsubs Password: awflorida Phone: (813) 849-7500 Contact: Ed Zwick or Susan Hibbard. II EMPLOYMENT Pasco-Hernando Community College (PHCC) I s now hiring for the following positions: Advisor, Financial Aid (Job #0065) New Port Richey Campus Required: Bodlelor's Degree from o insliMion; obili1y lo work under deadlines ord 11ilh oil IMis of College sludenls; CDtnllJIEr liklrocy and krowledge; SJtiSocX!I'f rrininol histll'( llodqjround ched<; must be lo I'IOik evenirg hours. wOO ooim 0 righ t o f veleron's must p roviJe dorumen11loon of elig i bility. Preferred Experience in Title IV finondol aid lli'IOrding o n d elljlEfience in sludent cxMillment and recruitment a t the poslserondory le'lel; ord mllent skr11s. SoiOI'( ronge is $35/28-$37,514.40 APPLY ONUNE no later lhcn the SeptEmber .9 cpplirooon doodline a t e111cil, fox or moil o letter ci interest, resume e n d ol!idol tronsoipls, tr; midn i ght of lhe oppliwtion dote, to lhe Human Reswr'!5 Office (OO!ress below) APPLICANTS M UST SUIWIT AN ONliNE APPliCATION, LEDER O F INTEREST, RESUME ANO TRANSCRIPTS. No othe1 su001itted moleriols v.ill you 1o be rollSdered for this position. The application process ron be initiated with ropes of konsoipls; lxlwever, ol!idol tronsoipts must be renta.ct La.Vora <@ {8"1 3) 248-"1 92"1 F a x T<:>: {8"1 3) 248-92"1 8 c:>r Email: ledvvards(@'f'lsentinel.com Ybor Heights 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Wood Frame Home $750.00/Monthly $650 00/Deposit Call (813) 453-5690 Northwood 3 Bedroom/2 Bath-CB Carport CHA, Tile Floors Section 8 Approved Ready To Move-In Call (813) 269-4656 Or (81 965-7595 II II APTS. FOR RENT West Tampa 1 Bedroom Efficiency Apartment $525.00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit Renter Responsible For Utilities No Pets Call (813) 309-1615 204% East Selma Ave. 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Upstairs Garage Apartment $425 00/Monthly $425. 00/Deposit Available Immediately Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 786-8670 Ybor City 2912 East Columbus 2/2 Apartment $85o.oo/Morithly With Washer/Dryer Updated, Very Nice Section 8 Welcome Jacob Real Estate Broker (813) 258-3200 Busch Gardens Area BAD CREDIT? No Problem!! FREE APPLICATION!! Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile Floors New Appliances New Ceiling Fans $525 00/Monthly Water & Trash Included!!!! Low Or No Deposit' 813-244-4551 c C/) m ""C -f m :5: OJ m J:J (.,) 1\) 0 """' 0 r-0 J:J C/) m z -f z m r-OJ c: rr-m :::! z ""C c: OJ c C/) ::I: m c m < m J:J -< -f c: m C/) c > z c J:J c G) m 1\) """' I OJ

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