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: Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area < c a: 0 .....I LL. VOL. 66 NO.5 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2010 24 PAGES 75 Supt. Named 'CEO Of The Year' SEE PAGE 2 Old School Group Plans Park Event SEE PAGE 10 Organizer Wants To End Violence SEE PAGE 10 Man Charged In Stabbing Death SEE PAGE 13 Accident Leaves Husband, life & CoWo ar Dead SEE PAGE 3 -' CASANDRA WASHINGTON CELEBRATES 50TH BIRTHDAY CaSandra Washington reached another milestone in her life. She recently celebrated her 50th birthday. Family and friends joined her at the Columbia Restaurant for the celebration. CaSandra, seated, is joined by some mem bers of Girls Raised In The south (G. R. I. T. S.): from left, Marilyn Washing ton, Donna Douglas, Patricia Williams and Sheila Russ. (PHOTOGRPAHY BY BRUNSON)

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ffi Tampa Fire Department Middleton Principal Announces Neighborhood Clean-Up Event OJ Earns National Accreditation w (J) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor (J) w Earlier this year, the Tampa Fire Department submitted an application for accredita tion. Last week the Center for Public Safety Excellence (CPSE) granted that request during its annual meeting in Chicago. Tampa Fire Chief Tom Forward said this is the first time in the 115 years the fire department has been in exis tence that it has received ac creditation. "It s been an arduous task, but one I think is beneficial for the department and the community We already knew we had a good program, but this accreditation makes it better for our life safety con cerns." Chief Forward further stated that historically, a dec partment applying for accreda:: itation usually averages 17 areas targeted for improveZ ment. However, Tampa Fire < Department only had 5 areas. He also stated that the departAssistant Fire Chief Scott Ehlers and Fire ChiefTom Forward are shown displaying the National Accreditation certification. c (J) w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w :I: (J) ::J OJ ::::) c.. z t= w _. _. ::::) OJ _. w z t= z w (J) a: 0 _. u. ment received the accredita tion the first time it applied. HOMAS F : YOHO ('Serving T h e Community Since 19 4 @A ; --:---*** SPECIAL *** -----; 1 Routine Simple Extractions -$99 +Xray 1 I Some Day Service. Expires 12/30 /10 I I I 1 Surgical Extractions -$199 +Xray 1 I Same Day Service. Expires 12/30 /10 I ------_____________ ... Now Accepting MedkaJd For Children & Adults to And Otdor Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 He also stated that the com missioner praised the department for impiementing ; standards other agencies had not The accreditation is for a fiveyear period and requires an annual accreditation re port. At the end of the fifth year, they will report to the commission. The CPSE established stan dards that a department must meet before it becomes ac credited. The process requires that the department criticall y review the services-it provides e mergency re s ponse dis patch training, supply and human resources. After reviewing the applica tion, a team of peer assessors visited Tampa te validate and verify all aspects of the appli cation. The team remained in Tampa for a week and left the d epartment 'with several rec ommendations for improve ment. Once those and im provements were put into place, the accreditation status was granted. The Tampa Fire Depart mentjoins several others with status. Those in clude Temple Terrace, St Pe tersburg, Largo, and Clearwater. Nationally, 148 rescue departments are ac credited. "The Voi of Our onununity p akin.g f c r fts f,f" (813) 248-1921 George S. Middleton High School Principal, Owen Young, will be leading an event called "Our Clean Com munity." The Neighborhood clean-Up Event will be held Saturday, September 25, 2010 at 9 a.m. and will commence at Middleton High School. "In an effort to further cre ate and embed a culture that fosters academic success and a family atmosphere for all students in East Tampa, we are planning this back-to school neighborhood clean up," said Young. "Our goal is to make this exciting event highlight our students' commitment to community involvement, family and a positive commu nity environment. The clean up will end at 11 a.m., and all of the equipment and supplies will be provided by us." Young said he hopes the clean-up will turn into a major community event. "Please join us as we work OWEN YOUNG Middleton H.S. Principal towards transforming Mid dleton into a model high school." Anyone with questions, or are interested in is asked to contact Ms. Buchanan at (813) 233-3360, ext. 267, or Mr. Dennard at ext. 232. Walk ups are also welcome and all com munity organizations and East Tampa businesses are in vited to join in. Council Names Superintendent CEO Of The Year Hillsborough County Pub lic Schools Superintendent Mary Ellen Ella, has been honored as the 2009 CEO of theY ear b y the Florida Minor ity Supplier Development Council. The award was during the 21h Annual Busi n e s s Opportunity Fair and Conference held in Orlando August 5th and signifies "Out standing Performance and Dedication by the district leader. "It's a great honor to be rec ognized for the district's ef forts to put revenue back in the pockets of local small businesses, said Ella. "Our Office of Supplier Di versity and Procurement Department st8.ffs have done a great job increasing minority and small business participa tion in our purchasing and construction programs." "The level of involvement of the CEO in HCPS progriuns involving minority businesses was one of the key things we looked at and evaluated, said FMSDC President, Malik Ali. "In Hillsborough County, the CEO involvement was much higher than tha t o f the other compani e s submitted for consid e ration. You have to have a great progr a m but you Mary Ellen Ella holds her award as the 2009 of the have to have CEO involvement in order to make that program successful." "The superintendent has long been a champion and a cheerleader who has sup ported the efforts of the board and the district to provide eq uity opportunity, access and partnerships that help small and minority entrepreneurs and business owners said Doretha Edgecomb, vice ch air o f th School B oar d Th a nnual F M D aWard r o g ni z effort to pr vid bu in op portu n iti for A ian Black H i p a n i an d N a ti v Am ri ca n up pli rs 'I

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Accident Leaves Three Dead, Three lniured m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A traffic accident Thursday night left three people dead and three people injured. It occurred shortly after 8:30 p.m., at the intersection of E. Chelsea Avenue and N. 34th Street. "'tJ m s: m m JJ N 0 .... 0 According to police, 20-year-old Ernest Smith was driving a 2008 Dodge Charger southbound direction on N. 34th Street, when he collided with a 1995 Buick driven by Elder Walter Charles Givens, Sr., 67. Elder Givens was reportedly at tempting to cross N. 34th Street. Members of the Tampa Fire Department had to cut away the roof of the Buick to remove the victims. ELDER AND MRS. WALTER (DIONE) GIVENS, SR. (Courtesy of the Givens Family) After the collision, the Charger came to rest near a pole, on the west side of 34th Street, facing Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd. The Buick came to rest in the parking lot of the former Hanky Tonk Bar Patrick Cooper, 30, and DeAndre Bugg, 22, passen gers in Smith's vehicle were transported to St. Joseph's Hospital. Smith was trans ported to Tampa General Hos pital, where he was admitted in fair condition. I Elder Givens and his wife, Dione 55, were pronounced dead at the scene. Their pas senger, Ms. Helen Cummings, 58, was thrown from the vehicle by the impact. She was transported to Tampa General Hospital, where she was pronounced dead Mrs. Ernestine Givens said her former husband Elder Givens and his wife "Were just wonderful people. They loved one another and they loved life. They were like two peas in a pod I'm still in shock. However, this is some thing we are jus t going to have AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled TO $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... IRIIPro/IJsslonal StJIIIicBI Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No fee Investigators H there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week to live with. He was just a great guy." Mrs. Givens said she met her husband after he moved to Tampa from Okeechobee. They met while he was an em ployee of Gardiner Chemical Plant. They are the parents of three children, Walter, Jr., Andre, and Ms. Cecelia Givens-DeGree. He was about 30 years old when he changed his life and became a member of the clergy. After several years of marriage, the couple divorced. After working for Gardiner for years, Elder Givens worked as a Sanita tion Worker with the City of Tampa from 1974 to 1980. Mrs. Givens said through the years, they became good friends and remained that way. She said he met his se cond wife later in life and she, too, became part of the family. "When I opened my busi ness in 1990", (assisted living facility) he came and worked for me. When I began a foster home, he became close to them. When I started to adopt them, he became their grand daddy and he treated them as such. A native of Ohio, Mrs. Dione Giyens moved to Tampa in July 1991. She was the mother of four children, Ms. Shannon Butts, Ms. Susan Kendrick, Tracy Butts, and TraviSButts. Mrs. Givens said when he married the new Mrs. Givens became the children's grandmother as well. "She would look out for them and buy gifts for them. Mrs. Givens s aid it wa s nothing to he the children outside playing and discover that Elder Givens was play ing with them. "I would look out the door and see this 67year-old man out there racing with the grandchildren." The Accident Mrs. Dione Givens ob tained employment at Whis pering Hope (formerly Su Casa) Nursing Home less than a year ago. It was then that she met Ms. Cummings and ERNEST SMITH ... Driver of 2008 Dodge Charger "TT r-0 JJ (J) m z =! z m r-m c they became friends. r-Elder Giveil.s picked his wife and her friend up fro work on Thursday evening. "'tJ They were taking her home in c m Grant Park when the r-occurred, his fanilly said. en Funeral services for the a ffi cident victims were incom, C plete as of press time. No charges have been fil in the accident. However, th -< investigation, w:hich. p<)li c! said could take several weeks, rn is continuing. c )> z c "TT JJ c Friends And Passenger In Fatal Accident Still In Shock DeAndre Bugg said he, Patrick Cooper and Ernest Smith had just left the gas station on Hillsborough Avenue and 34th Street, and were traveling south on 34th Street heading home. "When we got to Chelsea, Ernest (who was driving) no ticed a car coming up Chelsea. He thought the car was going to stop, but it just crept into the intersection. It never re ally came to a complete stop." Bugg said what happened next went so fast, he was stuck to his seat in shock. "Ernest never had time to swerve or anything. If he had swerved, he still would have hit the car, and we probably would have wound up inside a building or wrapped around a pole. "None of us could ha\te done anything different, because we didn't have the chance to think." Bugg' said fortunately, he suffered only a bruised shoulder and a lot of soreness. He also said he Just out the man and woman killed in the accident were the ents of his ex-girlfriend. "She's in the hospital getting ready tO nave a baby right now. When she gets out, I plan on getting with her arid paying the family a visit I also plan to check on Ernest to see how he's doing." w

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0 editorials/Columns c a: LL 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 1901-19n (1945) W.W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193o-2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscrlptlons-$44.()()-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0Q-Per Year Both Editions. Op inions expressed on editorial page s ol this new s paper by Columnists or Guest Wrltera do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance ol Th e Florid a Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher A Strategic Black Agenda Needed z D uring these tough economic times when we are los-
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HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--You may feel that you have to work a lot harder this year to get what you want. However, the hard work pa ys huge dividends as you maximize lucky circumstances to p ro duce more than you planned. Focused will and power are the key to success now. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Your personal goal is to get all your ducks in a nice tidy row. Associates are more focused on their problems. Agreement may have to wait until tomorrow. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Gathering up the loose ends today may turri out to be quite a project. You wish you had help but get more done through independent effort. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov . 21)-Everything works out today if y ou keep the ball rolling to prevent stagnation. This means giv ing one person an occasional nudge. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Today y ou ve perceived the need to get down to business and stick to it. Once yo u get the ball rolling, keep it in motion for best results. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Devise a schedule or other means to get everyone in sync. Your partner may be the only per son who naturally goes with the flow. Others need guidance. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Take all your ambitious ideas and put them to work now. Make sure you include the essence of your core values in everything y ou do. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Today is a 6-For a steady flow, consistent effort is required. Ask others to walk the walk and not just pontificate, all while doing y our share. Aries (March 21-Apri119) -Your partner accepts an as signment that places demands on your time and energy. Let go of expectations and follow a leader. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-You can't bend the content to fit the box. You have to trim the edges somehow or find a larger container. Wrap carefully for shipping. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -Give each action you take a firm purpose or goal. The more you stick to practical matters, the more that gets done. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -What seem like major obsta cles in the morning may resolve into workable issues and then solutions. Don't press too hard and accept what others offer. Leo (July 23;_Aug. 22)-Today s effort goes into planning for both long range and immediate needs. Inspire others to con sider tomorrow while handling today's details. SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN -A major character will die; accusa tions are made as to who did it ; a loved one breaks down. An au topsy is performed; one character turns him / herself in to Natalia; Asher is in a rush to le ave when the cops show up The seemingly guilty person tries to cut a plea deal with Liza ; Angie receives dev astating news; Madison confronts someone about the death. The seemingly guilty person tries to cut a plea deal with Liza; Angie receives devastating news; Madison confronts someone about the death. AS THE WORLD TURNS -Tom and Margo are the bearers of bad news ; out of tragedy comes salvation.Lily and Holden travel to Brooklyn to visit a relative of Reid ; Luke seeks comfort in Noah. BOLD AND THE BEAUfiFUL -Bridget and Owen find themselves in an awkward predicament after sharing an intimate moment following the birth of their son; Jackie believes her mar riage can overcome its current hardships; Jackie learns that Brid get gave birth and visits the newborn. Katie and Hope secretly arrange a meeting between Bill and Liam; Eric questions Owen's intentions and commitments to Jackie, Bridget and the baby ; Donna and Eric share a tender moment as they reminisce ; Bridget decides where she is going to live. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Bo questions Sami and Rafe about EJ's shooting; Nathan congratulates Chloe on her pregnancy; Vivian eavesdrops as Brady confronts Victor about his feelings for Maggie; Melanie tells Philip that she's going to throw Chloe a baby shower. Carly offers to h e lp Melanie with Chloe's baby shower; Stefano accuses Sami of shooting his son; Stephanie tries toquestion Philip about the paternity test; Lexie discovers EJ left Sami in charge of his medical decisions. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Sonny may be able to save Brenda from kidnapping thugs; Robin freaks out after finding Emma's vorite toy boiling in a beaker; Matt exposes his desire to have a relationship with Maxie. Carly tries to seduce Jax; Sonny t e lls Brenda that he is on the run; Dante and Lulu make pas s ionate love. ONE LIFE TO LIFE--Jessica tells Brody there's a chance the b aby isn't his; Natalie tells John there's something he needs to know; Todd tells Dani and Jack about E li' s death. Brody s l ams Ford against a wall and threatens to kill him; Natalie may tell John the baby may not be his; Todd seeks counsel from Marty. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Billy and Victoria rush to the altar; Abby's dilemma involves a choice between her tance and her father. Chloe fears for Chance's life; Victor has b es t laid plans. fictures from I "\ Attending the Candy-N-Company Fashion Show are Sybil McFarlane, Ruth Rose and Bev McLeish. In this scene from the shawn Gilbert-Reginald Condry wedding are Mr. Ronaldo Marshall, Mrs. Betty Jean Gilbert, Mrs. Willie Mae Glover and Elder A. L. Robinson. Ann Conlin, Jim Siddell and Pat Bryant were honored by the Tampa Urban League in this photo from the past. en m "'0 -1 m s:: Ill m lJ 1\) 0 .... 0 "T'I r-0 lJ en m z :::! z m r-Ill c: rrm :::! z "'0 c: Ill r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m lJ < -1 c: m en c z c "T'I :!! c

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a: 0 ...J LL Black Publishers Meet With Dem. Anornev General candidate And Panv Leader Gayle Andrews, Andrew Plus, Frank M. Powell III, Florida Star and Georgia Star, Kay Andrews, Florida Sentinel Bulletin, Krystal Glasss with Alex Sink Democrat for Governor, Kevin T. Collin, Orlando Times, Bobby Henry, Westside Gazette, Karen Thurman, chairman Florida Democratic Party, Marilyn D. Davis with the Alex Sink Democrat for Governor, Johnny Hunter, Tempo News, Dianne Speights, Weekly Challenger, James Madison, Florida Sun and Tammy Johnson, InTouch. Several owners and publishers of Black newspapers from throughout Florida met with Karen Thurman, chairman of the State Democratic Party and Dan Gelber and his staff for a roundtable discussion. The meeting was held in the boardroom at Tampa Park Florida Party Chair Karen Thurman con tinued her outreach efforts in the African American com munity on Saturday at Tampa Park Plaza in Tanipa by meeting with the Florida Association of Black Owned Media. Thurman has traveled the state emphasizing the importance of voter participation and education on issues to help candidates better serve the community. Coming off a tumultuous primary battle for the U.S. Senate race where Congressman Kendrick Meek emerged as the nominee, Thurman says the Democrats are ready to do battle. Publisher Kay Andrews of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin urged the more diverse campaign strategy that involved all segments of the African American community. FABOM President Bobby Henry pressed for greater attention to Black male youth and predatory State Senator Dan Gelber is the Democratic candidate for Attorney General of Florida. He spoke candidly with the members ofFABOM on last Saturday. lending. Dan Gelber, the Democratic nominee for Attorney General discussed those issues and his extensive connection to the community. Gelber grew up in Tallahassee and lives in Miami now. His mother was a professor at Florida A & M University. Gelber was the Democratic leader in the Florida House and chief civil rights prosecutor who also dealt extensively with housing discrimination. Gelber would send agents into situations where discrimination had occurred to root it out. Gelber joined with the 8 publishers who want a resolution to the high Black male drop out rate and fallout from theFCAT. Among the long list of joint issues he would address as Attorney General, Gelber said "Putting people in jail isn't hard ... ,keeping them from going down that road is the problem." The organization plans more meetings with statewide candidates. Publisher who attended the meeting were: Bobby Henry, Westside Gazette, Fort Lauderdale; Johnnie Hunter, Tempo News, Sarasota; Dianne Speights, Weekly Challenger, St. Petersburg; S. Kay Andrews, Florida Sentinel, Tampa; Tammy Johnson, lf!Touch, Tampa; Madison, Florida Sun,' Orlando; Kevin Collins, Orlando Times, Orlando and representing the Jacksonville Free Press and Florida Star, both in Jacksonville, Frank Powell. 'Also attending were: 2 representatives of Alex Sink's Marilyn Davis and Krystal Glass. and Dan Ca.mpaign execs, Christian Ulvea and Daniel Rubin. WARREN DAWSON Engineer Questions High Speed Rail Procurement 221-1800 14&1 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ava. & scon St. -.. n' c f J s J" :Jr" on :hJ: so,i!d be b,1sc:l soc, Jd.c: scn'C"tl Sc'oc :Jc t: sc1c, :. =0EE :.rrt:c 'crnJ:rcr Jco,: qJJ rf,cJ:ron' J1C c>pcr cr:c' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, Kevin Thibualt, Executive Director of the Florida High Speed Rail System visited Tampa. During his presentation, he encouraged minority business owners to become certified as Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) to participate in the procurement process. However, Joe Robinson, a Tampa Engineer questions the use of the DBE certifica tion. "When the federal government passed the bill, the Federal Railroad Administra tion didn't require either pro gram. Why are they making us register as a DBE with the federal government when we are already registered as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)? MBEs are state certi-JOE ROBINSON fied, but the Florida Department of Transportation wants firms to be certi fied as DBEs." Robinson said that if the High Speed Rail System wants to increase the goals of minority business participation, then they should .use MBE certification. Robinson,. who is the Chairman of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP Economic Development Chairman said he Wa.s there at the meeting to advocate fairness in the entire process. "MBEs are state certified minority businesses. This mejlOS that the business must be domiciled in Florida. But, DBEs cat;1 live anywhere. If we don't address this issue now, it will be too late. If you donft stop the train befOre it gets out of the station, you will have to accept whatever happens for the. next 30 years." The Florida High Speed Rail System said a minimum of 8.1896 of the procurement will be awarded to minprity businesses. But their go,U is to award 2096 to 2596 of the procurement. Robinson said if the firm continues to use DBEs Florida-based companies eould be hurt in the award of contracts. 1

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Birthda.Y Greetings Happy Birthdav FIRST LADY KIMBERLEE HILL And MS. MISRA CUMMINGS H appy birthday goes o ut to these September 6th ladies, First Lady Kimberlee Hill and Ms. Misha Cummings. Love, Pastor Greg Hill, Dae Dae, Keith and Speed. MRS. HAZEL Sept. 6 She may be turning so but yet she's still looking as young as "21." Happy birthday to the world's greatest wife and mother. Love always, your husband and kids. And also she would lik e to wish her friend, Dorothy a happy birthda y 5th Annual Technology Bowl Features (/) Diverse Group 01 Celebritv Moderators BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Hillsborough Community College Brandon Campus will ho s t the sth Annual Technology Bowl on Satur day, October 23rd. The a il day affa ir will feature a Family Feud sty l e panel competition where teams o f teenage youth compete for technology prizes. The competition will focus on their sk ill s, knowl edge of computers, and tech nology Through a donation by Hobbs Family Founda tion the teams will be com peting for $1o,ooo in technology pri zes. Local or-BOB McCANN ganizations and businesses serve as sponsors for each team. Ralph Smith, founder a nd Executive Dir ecto r of Computer Mentors w h o or ga nize s th e yearly event said, This yea r 's sponsors in clude Hillsborough Commu nity College (College Reach-Out Program) Numara Software R aymond James Financial, Suncoast For Kids Foundation (Sun coast Schools Federal Credit Union), The Nie l sen Com pan y and others. Smith said Computer Mentors was founded to h elp bridge the technology gap for low-in come families. In addi-MILESJAYE ti on to the annual Technol ogy Bowl, the organization allows teenagers to participate in the Youth Computer Certification & Ownership Program. Teenagers build their own comp uter s to take home. The program also gives them the opportunity to earn college credit by completing the 6-month course and passing the certification test Some of the celebrity moderators include: Ms. Lissette Campos, WFrS News Anchor; Ms. Michelle Robinson, President ofVer izon Southeast Region; Bob McCann, Vice President of Client Solutions Nielsen Company; and Jetie B. RALPH SMITH Founder, Executive Director of Computer Mentors, Inc. Wilds, Jr., WTMP Radio personality Other celebrity modera tors participating i n the event are: Tampa Police Chie Jane Ca.Stor; Miles J aye, Jazz Entertainer; Ms. Linda Darling, CFO for Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union; and Julian Howell, s: III m ::IJ 1\) 0 ..... 0 a Tampa businessman. "T1 I Smith said there will also be 0 some additional surprise moderato rs An y one wanting more information can contact Smith or Computer Ment ors at (813) 236-1191 or visi t the website at htm://www. computerrnentor org. ::IJ c )> (/) m z ::f z m I III c Salute Our Service Men And Women r I m ::f z Area Young Adults Graduate At Militarv Bases 1J c III I en :l: After completing all nec essary requirements, seyeral young adult members of the military recently graduated. The graduations took place at severa l military bases. Pre. Daniel C. Padjune has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC. He is the so n of William and Silke Padjune, of Tampa, and a 2008 graduate of Sickles High School. Pre. Janice E. PaganMock h as graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbi a, S .C. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hector Pagan, of Tampa. Pfc. Pagan-Mock graduated in 2000 from Chamberlain High School, and received an Associate degree in 2007 from Hopkinsville Community College, Fort Campbell, KY. Pre. Jonathon M. Schneider has graduated from Basic Combat Training a t Fort L onard Wood, Wayn esvi ll e, MO. He is the son of Ms. Tracy Van Wormer, of Meadview, Ariz. and Alan Schneider, of Tampa. He is a 2002 graduate of Jesuit High School. Receives Special Honors ROTC Cadet Eric W. Scherer is one of 2 7 5 cadets who attended the 2010 George C. Marshall Foundation ROTC (Reserv Officer Training Corp ) Awards and L ea d rship Semi nar in L xingto n VA. The award is named in the honor and l egacy of General of th Army, George C. Marshall, who served in World War II and outlin d a post-war era program of conomic a istanc and recov ry for worn-torn Europe. The awards are presented annually to the most outstanding Army senior cadets in military science studies and l eadership values in eac h ROTC battalion at host univer iti es or colleg s. He is the on of Ms. Teri Hunter, of Tampa, and a 1999 graduate of Land 0' Lakes High School. Army Pre. Megan F. Spivey has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia S.C. She is the sister of Ms. Jennifer Arroyo, of Riverview and Morgan Spivey, ofTampa. Pre. Spivey is a 2004 graduated from C. Leon King High School in 2004. m Spec. Christine A. Willett has graduated from < m Basic Combat Training at ::IJ < Fort Sill Lawton, OK -f Spec. Willett gradu-ated in 1991 from H. B. Plant High School and re-ceived a Bachelor s degree l> in 2006 from Stetson Uni-versity, in Deland FL. "T1 ::IJ c alta 4th. ofnn.u.al of JJati 'Women j rftealtlt ofwa..WJ.dJ University Area Community Center Complex {UACCC) Registration is required. Seating is limited! Workshops Include: Screenings Include: Ask the Doctor Blood Pressure, Diabetes Healthy Cooking Breast Exams, & Mammograms: Women & Exercise (FREE to those who qualify-can for details) For more Information or to register, can (813) 307-8015 Ext. 3502 or VIsit us at www.hlllscountvhealtb.org DEADLINE: Septembe r ZZ. 2010 Special Gift to first 150 women who register

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or-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Local Sarasota Choir To Parti.cipate In Youth Rallv c a: LL c z < c CJ) w t-> a: w > w c w ::r:: CJ) Ill a. Greatness Beyond Measure (GBM) Community Choir of Sarasota is one of the many choirs that have been invited to partici pate in "Youth Rally-Series 1." The Youth Rally will be held at the Conference Cen ter, 1002 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. on Saturday, September 11th and Sunday, September 12th. Activities begin each day at s p m The special guest will be Mistro out of Atlanta, GA. Other choirs scheduled to appear include Ryan Horton (P&W) and LaFamilar, both of Lakeland; Primisty Mime Ministry, Orlando; Cepeda McKay & No Limits Brown Memorial Youth Group, AIM Choir (Southwestern Florida Jurisdiction COGIC), Heard 'Em Say Teen Poetry Group, and Leadership Worship Team (Well Pavilion Empowerment Center) all of Tampa. z t= w ..J ..J Ill Since 2008, "Greatness Beirl yond Measure" Community z t= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ..J LL Choir, affectionately called GBM, has continued to grow and minister through out Florida and out of state. Since it s inc eption, GBM has had the opportunity to open for multi-Gramm y award winning, recording artist, Kirk Franklin, American Idol Top Finalist Syesha Mercado, Fonzworth Bentley and BK Jackson, Earlier this year, GBM appeared on BET's #1 Toprated show, Bobby Jones Gospel a nationally syndi cated gospel show which airs weekly on BET and The WORD network. GBM is comprised of Bay area teens and yo ung adults from Sarasota and Manatee Counties, who have come together from various churches, schools and organ izations to uplift the name of Jesus, while promoting unity in the community, statewide and nationally. GBM Choir is under the di rection and management of Melanie Thomas. Artist's Work Is Purchased Bv Pope -'' _} .,.._ POPE EDWARD BY JULIA JACKSON Pope Edward of Rome was so touched by a piece of art by a Bay Area artist that he purchased it. Greg Crumbly presented the portrait of the burning Twin Towers with Jesus' arms lifted above. The portrait is called Why .' His painting s show the power and passion that is put into the images and the paintings actually appear to move on "WHY" ... Jesus Overlooking Burning Twin Towers canvas. A letter from the Vatican reads, "The Holy Father was pleased to receive your beau tiful painting of "Why," and he has asked me to thank you again. The painting is hang ing in his private quarters. He will pray for your family and he sends you his bless ing. The letter comes from Monsignor Gabriele Cac-cia. World renowned artist Crumbly is rapidly becom ing one of the most sought after artists in the Fine Arts and Sports Arts world Crumbly is a graduate of Bucknell University, 1980, with a degree in Psychology and Art History. He is mar-. ried, has 2 ,and re sides in Lakeland. 1st Pastors And lav leaders Seminar The Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church will be hosting its first Pastors and Lay Leaders Steward ship Seminar on Saturday, September 11, 2010. Bishop Gregory G. M. Ingram, the u8th elected and consecrated Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and Presiding Prelate of the wth Episcopal District (Texas) is the Seminar Speaker. The Theme for this Convocation is "Empowering Leaders For Stewardship Kingdom Building." Attendees will receive a copy of Bishop Ingram's book entitled "The Joy Of Giving More Than Enough. He is an acclaimed author, teacher, lecturer and Preacher of the Gospel, who is known for his expertise on Christian Stewardship and Tithing. Bishop Ingram has published other books including "SAT Manual for African Methodism; Equipping the Saints for Service; and The African Methodist Church Pastor's Journal and Quar terly Conference Record Book". Rev. Charles Cloy, the senior Pastor of Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church, is inviting the Tampa Bay community to come and experience a great teachable moment that will equip all who attend. Correction In the Friday's edition of the Senti'll:el, it was stated that Airman Jontae Harrell is the son of Ms. Felicia Harrell and Ms. Luci Court . His mother lives on Luci Court. We apologize for any inconveniences the error may have caused.

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Local ffi lego And Robotics Summer Camp At Just Elementarv Future scientists and engineers in the west Tampa community were invited to attend the first annual Lego and Robotic Camp at Just Elementary from June 15th through June 17th Ms. K. V. Brown (sci ence resource teacher) and Mrs. Lynette Henry (guidance counselor) a t Just worked very closely to plan and organize the camp. Camp directors, K. V. Brown and Joseph Henry, supplied thousand s of Lego pieces and nume rous challenges for young campers. Some of the challenges included building a boat that could remain buoyant for more than 3 minutes, designing and building a new city, and building cars with different wheel sizes to which was the fastest down the ramp. Joseph's friend, Sam, helped with the challenges. The camp was attended by William and Adam Andrews. They had so much fun, they told their cousin Marcus, all about it a n d he joined them on th e l as t da y Principal Carolyn Hill, was extreme l y supportive and very excit e d about th e Lego camp. She was happy to see children b e ing given the opportunity to dev e lop their problem solving and creativity skills. Just Elementary plans to have a Lego and Robotics club during the 2010 2011 school years. I I c l I I ) ) : I . l uThe Voice of Our C ommuni! Spe a ki ng for Itself Sentinel Bulletin 248-1921 Jackson Heights. Plavuround To Get Improvements During Thursday' s City Council meeting, a resolu tion was passed approving a community partner agreement between the Cit y of Tampa the NFL Yet Centers of Tampa Bay, Incorporate, and KaBoom! for the installation of playground improvements at Jackson Heights Playground. The improvements will consist of an array of new playground equipment and other improvements similar to what KaBoom! has done at Highland Pines Playground and W ellswood Playground. City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department spokesperson, Linda Carlo, said they will have a design day where the kids will work with KaBoom! offi cials and tell them what they want. "They will help design the playground specifically for the n ee ds of the kids that use Jackson Heights. Carlo s aid th e design da y w ill b e Nove mb e r 6th a nd JACKSON HEIGHTS PLAYGROUND AND FIELD the public is invited to come out and see what's going on. Also on September 20th, the parks anq recreation department will host a celebration for the improvements at Williams Park-KaBoom! is a national non profit organization that envisions a great place within walking distance of every child in America. Founded in 1996 b y DareD Hammond and Dawn Hutchison in Washington, D.C., KaBooril! has used their iimovative community build model to bring together business and community to construct over 1, 700 new play grounds, skate parks, sports fields, and ice rinks across North America. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (81.3) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. HART Hillsborough Regional Authorl I CJ) m ""C m 3: Ill m :::tl

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E Local ........ a: w m :E w 1-a. w en c en w :::> I-c a: LL c z < c en w :::> I-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::::i m :::> a. z j::: w ...J ...J :::> m ...J w z j::: z w en C3 a: 0 ...J LL 0 ,... w Old School Communitv Comminee Plans Outing In Park Members of the Old School Committee who took part in last year's event are: Andre, Renae, Renee, David, Jamesina, Maria, Amp, Tyrone, and Vicki. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For the pa s t two yea r s, m e mb ers of th e O ld School Community h ave ho sted a picnic in th e park. This year, the organization i s planning to host another eve nt to bring members of the community together. Andre Davis, found er and presid e nt of th e organiza tion said the idea came about to unite former residents of the Ponce DeLeon and Col lege Hill Public Housin g Com ple xes and th e s urroundin g areas. Now, the focu s is t o bring everyone together in harmony Davis said, M y goal is to try to end the feuding b e tween communities. If th e younger people see how we get along then, ma ybe the y will stop fighting among themselves. The event will take place on Saturday, September nih, from noon until 6 p.m. at Rowl e tte Park. He furth er stated th at the rules concerning drugs, alco hol and parking will be strictly enforced this year. He said the committee is asking everyone to abide by the rul es and just have a good time. Alcoholic beverages are not al lowed in the park. The committ ee will provid e food a nd drink s for th ose in attenda nce. Additi onally, they will a l so have a tabl e for those wis hin g to r eg i s t e r to vote. Anyone wishing to vote in th e upcoming e l ection in Novem ber must b e registered by th e October 4th deadlin e Marvin Knight, a m e m ber of the organization said, "We h ave had successful eve nt s in the pa st and we a r e pla nnin g a successfu l eve nt this year. Events s u c h as these give you th e opportunity to recon n e ct with people you may not h ave seen in a l o n g time s it and e njo y yours elf. W e are e ncoura ging everyone to come out and s upp ort the event." Knight said o n e so lution to the parking issue is car pooling. "If a group of people are planning to attend, they s h o uld think about carpool ing. This will help with the parking issue. In addition to Davis and Knight, other members of the Old School Comm unity Committ ee are Maria Knight, Anthony Knight, Gwelda Jackson, Tyrone House, Artrell Thompson, Victoria Thompson, David Freeman, Renee Kendrick, and Theresa Wimbush. Anyone wishing to contact Davis for more information can call (813) 293-2870. I Houri frul.1y 9 A.M 7 P.M.l Mond.w I 9 A.M P. M I .. Fish* Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap H Live Blue Crabs 3608 N. 15th (Corner Of lake) Domestic Violence Awareness Event Gets Point Across BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Visual aids hav e always prov e n beneficial with stu dents to get a point across and m a ke them better understand what it is you 're hying to t ell th em. That is the sa m e principle h a ir stylis t Willa Kennedy u sed for h e r fir st community eve nt Dom es tic Violence Awaren ess Attention to detail was ver y important, espec iall y making sure the visual images were good e nough to allow people to see exac tl y what co uld happe n in cases of do m es tic violence," said Kennedy. Kennedy sa id every two wee k s a diff erent them e will b e se l ec t e d, but she felt thi s particular theme was not only n ecessary, but could act as a g r ea t educa tional tool. I must thank DC Produc tion s for their g r ea t wo rk in making this possible, along with the models used in th e scenes. "A lot of the people who were part of this project are Scenes from the Domestic Violenee Awareness Event. actual domestic violence vic tims, and 23 peopl e were in volved in the entire production. Kennedy said although s h e and others were more than pleased with the finished product, everyone should know a lot of work was put into this and all of the expense was out-of-pocket for her. This was chance for me to provide great opportunities and outlets for others. Every one benefits that's a part of the project. Organizer Wants To Bring Awareness To End Violence BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Clarence Jones, a local comm unity organizer and ac tivist, said he 's seen too many young men either victim of violence or perpetrators of vi olence. He said it' s time for it all to stop. Over the past two years, I've lost a couple of relatives to senseless violence, and it just doesn t make any sense. Jones said h e has been in talks with the National Black Pantl1er Party for Social Justice and is establishing a local chapter targeting awareness, stopping the violence, educa tion and Black pride and r e spect. "You don t hav e to join the Black Panther Party to list en to the mes age we re trying to get across, said Jones. We r e trying to ge t our young brotl1er s to channel all CLARENCE JONES of that anger and aggression toward the real problem in our society and that's being l eft out of opp01tunities." Jones is organizing an Op. e ration Save Our Youth move ment to h e lp youth and adults in inner-city com muniti es. This movement will be de voted to providing scholar ships, mentoring and tutoring services, and emergency financial support to distressed low income families With the h e lp of local community churches businesses, mentors CIV1C organizations neighborhood associations and city g -overnment elected leaders, we can make a differ ence. We want to address dropouts teen pregnancy gang activities juvenile of fenders, juvenile reentry gun violence, and other factors identified as having a signifi cant impact on the lives of our youth and families. Jones said he wants to work with community-based programs designed to change tl1 attitud of inner-city y outl1 through education self est em building and good old fa hion d tough lo e.

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Local Art Of Crocheting Revived To Benefit Seniors, Disabled Among the ladies taking part in the project are from left to right: Joyce Hines, Patricia Martinez, Linata Collins, and Angela D e Jesus. (Not shown are Cherryl Franklin, Chen'yere Franklin, Augustina Gibbons, and Ana Martinez). The ladies are shown standing in front of their creations. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A favorite pastime of ye ars gone by was the art of cro cheting. Mothers and grand mothers would sit in the eve nings and create b ea uti ful but u sea bl e it ems. This art of creating the specially crafted items has b e en revived. Sev e ral m e m b ers of the Lee D avis Neig h borhood Service C ente r decided to lend the ir talents to help create 500 Lapghans. The project was launch ed i n March which is National Social Worker 's Month Th e project is being sponsored by the Senior Li$g Guild After seeing the flyer, Mrs. Joyce Hines, who is skilled in the art of crocheting, volunteered to teach the ladies how to cro chet. This craft cannot only b e gratifying but relaxing as well. So in the evenings after a long and stressful day you hav e something to ease your mind," Mrs. Hines sa id Hines, along with Patricia Martinez, Linata Collins, Angela DeJesus, Cherry} Franklin, Chen'yere Franklin, Augustina Gibbons, and Ana Martinez have created sev eral of th e Lapghans Some of th e l a di es wer e experienced in the art of crocheting, while oth ers wer e taught They h ave all worked h ard a nd hav e completed about 30 of the L apg hans. The l adies have decided on just how many of the it ems they will compete. They are working toward h e lpin g the S e nio r Living Guild reach the ir goal of 500. On ce completed, they will b e given to seniors to cov r their legs and individual s confined to wheelchairs. Th e ir hope i s that the gift will make the recipients feel spe cial and loved. Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www. flsentinel.com Now With On-line Advertisi And Morel -4 c: m en Comedian Brings His Act To The Tampa lmprov BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For mor e tha n ten years, Huggy Lowdown ha s brought laught e r to hi s audi e nc es, offering a stress r e lief. Now the tal e nted comedian along with Chris Paul, will bring the ir show to the T a mpa Improv on W ed n es day, S e pt e mb e r 8111 and Thur s day, September 91". Huggy Lowdown a nd Chris Paul are f eature d on the Tom Joyner Morning Show every morning. With h i s act of cel e brity goss ip a nd ente rtainment h e offers a d i fferent kind of comedy. I talk a bout thing s p eop l e can r e l a t e to po litics and c urrent even t s. I want the peop l e in Tampa to come o ut have a good time, an d e njo y themse l ves. I have some thin g for everyone," h e sa id. A nativ e of Washington D.C., Huggy Lowdown HUGGY LOWDOWN said h e was always the class clown w hil e growi n g up. Sev e r a l yea r s ago, h e met his manager, Pop Thomas, whi l e doin g sta nd-up com e d y The two h ave been a team since then. After meeting Tom Joyner, the comedian was invited to become a member of his staff. He accepted and for the last three y ears has appeared for his segment at 8:30 a.m I try to giv e the listeners a dose of laughter with their coffee every morn-:::C ing, he said. Prior to joining the Tom Joyner Morning Show, the comedian appeared on the Donnie Simpson Show in Washington, D.C. He was voted the city's fa vorite radio personality. He is also considered one of the headliner comedians on the national comedy club cir cuit. Huggy Lowdown has also appeared on the HBO Def Comedy Jam, The Jamie Foxx Special, P. Diddy's Bad Boys of Comedy, TheBemieMac Special, The Whoopi Goldberg Special, and has made several appearances on the Kings of Comedy Tour. The comedian is single and 'T1 the father of one daughter. r When not traveling, he lives in Washington D.C. c )> (/) Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website Now With On-line Advertising And More! m z ::1 z m www. flsentinel.com r I:D c: r r m ::1 z "'0 c: I:D !: en ::I: m c m < m :::c -< -4 c: m (/) c )> z c 'T1 :::c c

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: T.l. Comeback Could Be vounu Buck Dr. Ore and HP I Derailed With Arrest 10 Unveil New laptop 1-a.. w (/) c (/) w :::::> 1-T.I. After finishing a sentence for weapons charges earlier this year, T.I. was poised to have the comeback of the fall. multiplatinum rapper starred in the nation's No. 1 movie, recently married his > longtime girlfriend, taped a music special for VH1 and was a: wrapping up a new album. u. But after an arrest Wednesday C in California, there are quesZ c( tions about whether he's re turning to the music charts -or prison. The Grammy-winning hit maker, who is on three years of probation, was taken into custody with wife, Tameka "Tiny" Cottle on suspicion of possessing methamphetamines after police pulled over their Maybach in West Holly wood. They were released on $10,ooo early Thursday. While charges have yet to be filed, the case has the potential to put one of music's top names behind bars yet again. "We're not making any ob servations at this time," said Ed Garland, a defense attor ney for T.I. "This is an unfortunate occurrence, and we do not know what the outcome will be." His music label, Atlanti c Records, also said it "would be premature to speculate about the current situation giyen that there is an ongoing inves tigation of this matter." c (/) w :::::> 1-w Trick Daddv Set To Release Autobiouraphv In November > w c w l: (/) :I m :::: Q, z w ..J ..J :::: m An autobiography on the life of Trick Daddy is set to hit stores this November. Titled Magic City: Trials aNativeSon", theselfwritten book will chronicle his life as one of twenty-seven children growing up in poverty against the backdrop of Miami, Florida. TRICK DADDY YOUNG BUCK Young Buck is planning to sue 50 Cent to get re leased from his contract with G-Unit Records. His lawyer Lynda Jones says that Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, intends to pay off his bankruptcy and sue 50. In a filing with U. S Bank ruptcy Court, Young Buck. cited as a $5 M contingent his claim against Bruce Seckendorf, G Unit Inc., Curtis Jackson III and Michael Clervoix. Shawtvlo's Ex Arrested SHA WI'Y LO And EX The ex-fiancee of rapper Shawty Lo was arrested Wednesday after police say she attempted to bring loaded weapons into a local courthouse Ecreia Laki Perez was taken into custody after po lice found a semiautomatic hand gun and a stun gun dis guised as a cell phone in her purse when she tried to enter the Fulton County courthouse. When questioned about the weapons, Perez told au thorities she "forgot" she had the items. The Fulton County courthouse is the same facility where the infamous Brian Nichols shooting took place in 2005, leaving a judge, court reporter and sheriffs deputy dead. Perez has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon and carrying a weapon to a public gatl1ering. As previously reported her engagement to Shawty Lo was suddenly called off in Augustjust months after the At lanta rapper proposed. There was speculation that Perez stole from Lo but .the rapper has since de-,. Lt..:i 1 ... f ... aims.. : '!: : there, at the time of her was arrest. DR.DRE Dr. Dre continues to co sign high priced gizmos. HP and Beats by Dr. Dre, unveiled the HP ENVY 14 Beats Edition, a laptop that was built for music. Designed by HP and Dre, the Envy 14 is the second Beats Edition laptop to emerge from the close collab oration between HP and Beats by Dr. Dre co-founders, legendary artist and producer Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine, chairman of Interscope Gef fen A&M Records. The first edition Beats laptop was unveiled last October. Queen latilah To Be Honored At AD COlOR Queen Latifah will be honored at this year's 2010 ADCOLOR awards for her work as a role model and industry leader and entertainment. The ADCOLOR Awards kick off the 12th Annual Asso ciation of National Advertis ers' Multicultural Marketing and Diversity Conference and will be hosted by CNN anchor Soledad O'Brien. The awards highlight indi viduals and corporations in seven categories: Rising Star Change Agent, Innovator, QUEEN LATIFAH Legend Creative of the Year, MVP (Most Valuable Partnership) and this year's All-Star Queen Latifah. Gucci Mane's New Ferrari 458 ltalia Recalled GUCCI MANE (inset) And HIS NEW FERRARI 458 Gucci Mane's newly purchased $230,000 Ferrari 458 Italia model has been recalled by the exotic car manufacturer due to a potential fire hazard. This r,ecall comes after at least sbc 458s report edly caught fire in California, Switz rland, China and France. A spokesperson for Ferrari stated, 1 , .. ffihe vehicl ; 'W.lii h was e.., leased iti the States e&:Irer this t summer, has a 4 :.a-: '

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Man Charged In Stabbing Death GINA SMITH ... stabbed to death On Saturday night, Tampa Police that a man stabbed a woman he had known for years. Police said Gina Smith, 48, and Kenneth Shivers, 52, had been friends for years and had dated briefly. However, police received a call from Shivers who reportedly told them he had stabbed SIJlith. When paramedics arrived KENNETH SHIVERS ... being held on a charge of second-degree murder at the home in the 3900 block of East Chelsea, they found Smith with stab wounds to the chest, neck and arms. She was pronounced dead later at Tampa General Hospital. Shivers is being held on a charge of second-degree murder in the stabbing. Relatives told police they had seen no signs of trouble between the two prior to the stabbing. Police Chase -Ends Tragicallv RAMESSE HARRIS ST. PETERSBURG-On Friday night, a Manatee County Sheriff's deputy spotted a 2001 Lexus SUV that had been reported stolen. It was traveling on First Street in Bradenton and the deputy put on 'his lights and siren, but the vehicle kept That was at9:40 p.m. Police said 14 minutes later, the stolen SUV came to a stop in a St. Petersbuig intersection, leaving one GARY LANE SMITH man dead and a teenager in jail. Authorities said Gary Lane Smith, 56, was pro nounced dead after his vehi cle was t-boned by the stolen SUV, driven by Ramesse Harris, 16. Police said Harris ran from the wreck, but was arrested minutes later. He was treated for minor injuries and transported to the Pinellas County Juvenile Assessment Center. Man Charged With Flashing 7-Year-Oid TIMMOTHY HALL On Saturday, Tampa Police charged a man with allegedly exposing himself to a girl in a bookstore. According to reports, Timmothy Hall, 41, report edly flashed a 7-year-old girl as she was reading in the children's section of Barnes and Noble on North Dale Mabry. He quickly left the store. Police said a customer reported seeing Hall in the children's section of another bookstore and called 9-1-1 to alert police. Police said Hall tried to leave when officers arrived and was stopped with a stun gu n. He was arrested and charged with lewd and lasciv ious exhibition, and obstruc tion without violence He is being held without bond. MenSueNYPD ForS5MAher BatonAnack Two New York City men are taking the city of New York ami members of the New York police department to court after they say officers unlawfully hit them with batons after a shootout. Devon Riley and Kurt Liburd say they were pack ing up food outside of Cosi restaurant where they worked as a baker and a maintenance worker on August 8 when they heard gunfire The men say they ran toward the shots to check on a friend in the area and saw police standing by the bodies oftwomen. When they approached the scene they were stopped by police who reportedly struck them with batons, leaving them with injuries. .Liburd says he suffered a laceration on his head and Riley a fractured elbow. An attorney for the men ha s s ince s pok e n out sayi ng, Onc e again, we hav e inno cent bystanders beat e n indis criminately by police with their nightsticks." Anoth r by tand r who wa tut11ck in th .:1 is als uing p li e c Jenkins Era Begins For Wildcats (Special To The Sentinel) BYTEDTAYLOR For the first time in sc hool history, the BethuneCookman University Wildcats will have a football coach with no previous affili ation with the university. On December 21, 2009, Brian Jenkins was hired as the, head Wildcat, replacing Alvin Wyatt, who was fired at the end of the season after guiding the Wildcats for 13 years. Coach Jenkins is a native of Fort Lauderdale and a product of Dillard High School. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in Social Work in 1993. He was an assistant coach at Rutgers University and is considered a relentless recruiter who is well-connected and wellrespected. This is his, first head coaching job. Jenkins will have a tough act to follow as Coach Wyatt, the winningest coach in B-CU history was an icon. The personalities are directly opposite, but the players respect the determination necessary to mold a winning team. Jenkins has a team in which he is still positioning players to suit their strengths, as well as to foster team chemistry. The 'Cats will need all the help they can get as the prediction is for a ninth (9th) place finish in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Gone after 13 seasons will be the vaunted Wyatt-bone offense that baffled many opponents. Jenkins will employ a more conventional wide open style of offense. The 'Cats will have leadership at the skill positions beginning with senior Matt Johnson at quarterback. Johnson may be more BRIAN JENKINS Head Coach comfortable, and effective, in the Jenkins offense. The toughest c .ompetition will come from Jackie Wilson as last year's opening game starter Maurice Francious has moved to wide receiver. ., The wide receiver position rmay turn out to be the most 0 competitive with the addi-:!:! tion of Rutgers transfers Eddie Poole and Pat 0 m Brown. Also, in the mix are z holdovers from 2009, ::::::! Jamell McCleod and ;ii Jevaughn Reams, and for-rmer A-back Courtney Keith. r-The candidates at running back will be led by senior ::::::! Androse Bell. Help on the Z ground will be provided by Angelo Cabrera and tD lsadore Jackson. C The defense will be headed by Tampa's Ryan Davis at defensive end and linebacker m Reggie Sandilands. Both < a .re preseason second-team All-MEAC selections. -< Despite the changes and 2 the bleak predictions, the rn early season schedule is c appealing. The Wildcats open against-Division II l> equivalent Edward Waters Z College. After a weekend off to work out the kinks, MEAC ::c newcomer Savannah State is c next. The first three games are at home on the new field turf at Municipal Stadium.

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5 5 rts C\1 1'-a: w m :2 w 1-a. w (/) Davis Defends His Decision To Criticize Crabtree Cl (/) w ::::,) 1-VERNON DAVIS vs. MICHAEL CRABTREE SAN FRANCISCO Vernon Davis' fru s tr a ti o n s with Michael Crabtree fina ll y cam e t o a boiling p o int a nd th e S a n Fr a n c i sco 4 9 e rs' Pr o Bow l ti ght e nd l e t hi s t ea mm a t e h a v e it a nd for everyo n e t o see Davis an g ril y confron ted Crabtree during W ednesday's practice and c oach Mike Singletary h a d to step between them. "It was a matt e r of b e ing a t ea m capt a in. All I wa s doin g was t aking care of m y r espon s ibiliti e s and doing m y job," Davis said a f te r Thursda y night's 1 7 -14 pre season win o v e r the S a n Diego Cha r ge r s S ingletary and the two pl aye r s h ea d e d to th e lock er r oo m t o c h a t fo r a b out 10 minutes Eac h r eturne d to prac tice, but separa t e l y. Neithe r Crabtre e nor Davis played a t all thi s p re seaso n for th e Nin ers (4 0) beca u se of in j u ries. Cl a: u. Cl z <( Cl (/) w Yankees, Jav-z Team Up On Co-Branded Merchandise ::::,) 1-> a: w > w Cl w :I: (/) :J m ::::,) a. z i= w ...J ...J ::::l m JAY-Z NEW YORK G e t your Z New York Yankees hats h e r e with a Jay Z logo w The hip-hop mogul i s team en i ng up with his favorit e b aseball squad on co -brande d a: 0 c l othes t h a t w ill b e sol d exclu s i ve l y at Ya nkee Sta d ium begin n ing next week. A ll the i t e ms from bas e ball caps toT-s hirt s and hooded sweat shirt s, will fea t ure Yankees and Jay-Z l ogos. In a news release Thurs day, t h e Yankees said the attire was created to commemorat e the first officia l c on certs at the new Yan kee Stadium on S e pt. 13 an d 14, w h en Jay-Z a n d Eminem will coh ea dlin e Th e n e w m e r c h a ndi se will b e avail a bl e at Yankee S t adium from A u g. 30 to Sept. 1 4. ...JI---------------------------------------------U. Nuggets Turning Awav Melo Trade Pitches CARMELO ANTHONY oo:r ,... Sorry to di s appoint e v e ry -on e outside of D e nv e r but Carmelo Anthony i s not in play fo r tra d e pitc hes. Whil e the Nugg e t s have lit tle powe r in preventing Carmel o from ov e r s h a d owin g their upcoming seas on with hi indecisive n e s, the y can t e ll inte rest e d t eams that they' r e not r e ad y to discuss potentia l tra d s c e n a rio s. In fact they've air a d y done t h a t It's saf e to assume tha t the o t her 29 t ea m s in the l eag u e h ave all call e d D e nv e r s in e A ug. 16, whe n it w as r eporte d tha t Carmelo was lik l y don with the Nugg e t s. ' Leftwich, Hardestv lniured In Preseason Finales BYRON LEFIWICH Fir s t n o Ben Roethlisberger. N ow, mayb e n o Byron Leftwich f o r the Pitts bur g h S t ee l e rs. Leftwich, expecte d t o b e th e fill-in s t a rt e r for th e s u s pend e d Roethlis b erger at quarte r back for the Steelers, spra in ed hi s left knee in th e seco n d quarter as P ittsburg h (3-1) beat t h e starte r-less Ca r o lin a P anthe r s 193 in the p reseason fina l e Thurs d ay nig ht. Coach Mike Tomlin sa id Leftwich would und e rgo an MRI o n F rid ay, but backup Charlie Batch calle d it a "ser io us" injury, and Dennis Dixon n ow the l i ke l y starter for the seaso n opener agai nst Atl anta. Jones-Drew To End Preseason Hiatus, Make Practice Return Maurice Jones-Drew and the Jaguars have steadfastly denied any rumors of knee surger y for their franchise back. JACKSONVIL LE Jagu a r running back Maurice Jones-Drew ex p c t s t o b b ac k a t practice n ext w eek. Jones-Drew h as mi ss d five co n cutiv prac ti didn' t trav I t o T a m pa B ay last wee k and didn t dress for Thurs d ay night' pr sea so n fina l e aga in t Atlanta I I d ni e d a n I n t rn t r e p ort h e h a d a rth ro co p ic kn ee s u rge r y, but a kn owl e d ge d th a t h e h a b e n tak in g c a r e of a ll the nicks and bruis es." WoodsTakesOutS54M Mongage On Fla. E state JUPITER ISLAND, FL Fresh off hi s divorce, Tiger Woods has take n out a $ 54.5 million mortgage on his Florida wat e rfront estate Mortgage documents fil ed last month in Martin Cou nty show Woods will make pay ments to an entity called JRD F l orida Ventures L LC. That i s a Virginia company whose regi s t e r e d agent is an attorney with the firm that r epresente d Woods' ex wif e, Elin Nordegren, in th e ir di vorce. No d e t ails o f the di vorce se ttl e m ent h ave b ee n made public. T h e d ocuments say Woods w ill p ay the mort gage i n full b y Janu ary 2016. T h e mort gage's ex i s t e n ce was previo u s l y r eporte d b y TIG E R W OODS s e veral media outlets. Attorneys for Woods and his ex wife d eclined com m ent Thur s d ay Woods and Nordegren di vorced Aug. 23 and m o rt a g e pape rs we re dated Aug 25 Usain Bolt: Sprint Rival TVson Gav Hates Mv Guts' Tyson Gay of the U .S., left, wins the men' s 100m race ahead of Jamaica' s Usain Bolt at the IAAF Diamond League 'DN Galan at the Stockholm Olympic Stad i u m in Stockholm, Sweden. L O N DO N Ol ympic c h a mpi on Usain Bolt said Ame rican s print ri val Tyson Gay probabl y just hates m y guts' h e has domi n a t e d m ajor c hampionships Bolt w on both th e 100 and 200m e t e r titles at the 2008 Ol ympics in worldr ecord tim e and h elpe d Jamaica win gold and s e t another wor l d r cord in the 4X100m e t e r r lay. A year l a t e r h e a gain set world r cords in the 100 and 200 a t th w orld champi on s hip in B e rlin. I think Tyson sits a t home and cusses me," Bolt told BBC radio on W ednesda He just reall y gets upset because e very time he runs fast, I run faster than he does At the world championship he ran 9 .7 1 and that's the fastest a U. S. athlete has ever run and he was still cussing. So deep down I think he proba bl y just hates my guts. The 24ye ar-old Bolt had n t lost an individual race in two ears until last month w h e n Gay b eat him in Stockholm in a 100-me t e r r ae

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2P-orts Bucs sav Goodbve To Clavton, Smith MICHAEL CLAYTON This weekend, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers reached their 53-man roster limit, and said goodbye to wide receiver Michael Clayton. Clayton fell victim to an exce llent draft b y the Bucs of receivers, and his lack of production the past two sea sons. Most sports analysts felt the Bucs would keep Clayton because of his ver satility and the fact he had $3 million of guaranteed money coming. Clayton, a former first round pick out of LSU, was the only receiver cut from a group of eight. The Bucs also said goodbye to return specialist, Clifton Smith. CUFTON SMITH The third-yea r running back was sidetracked b y injuries last year and the Bucs decided to let th e ir pro bowl player try his luck with another team. Smith managed to get past Saturday's cuts, but later he was let go along with rookie tackle Derek Hardman. The Bucs in turn claimed center/guard Ted Larsen and running back Kregg Lumpkin off waivers. Three players release d Saturday, defensive end George Johnson, tight end Ryan Purvis, and safe ty Vince Anderson, were brought back as members of the practice squad. -cowbovs Trade Cravton To Chargers PATRICK CRAYrON IRVING, TX --Patrick Crayton wanted out the minute the Dallas Cowboys drafted Dez Bryant. He finally got his wish Friday, and 't might've been worth the wait. Crayton was dealt to the San Diego Chargers, where he'll be a bigger part of th e offense than he would've been in Dallas and he will still be playing for a contender. The change in locales isn't bad either, although he's leaving the area where he grew up Dallas received oruy future considerations, lik ely a lat eround draft pick. The club figured it was better than cutting him and getting nothing, plus it puts him in the other conference. The Cowboys kept Crayton all summer mainly because there was no incentive to give in to his trade request. But as club officials discussed their 53man roster, they apparently felt they couldn't justify keeping someone with his high salary ($2 million) in a reduced role (fourth receiv er, backup punt returner) I , J j ' \ The Vo'i e of Our oTnrnu.nily peaking for Else if' .... (813) :248-192 Revis Re-ioins Jets Aner Ending Holdout DARRELLE REVIS FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -Darrelle Revis has rejoin e d his New York Jets teammates after agreeing to a four-year d ea l and ending his h o ldout. Revis took an early morn ing flight Monday from his home in South Florida and arrived at the Jets' training facility after 1 p.m. Safety James Ihedigbo says the team welcomed the All-Pro cornerback with a "Rudy clap as he walked onto the practice field to greet his teammates. Revis didn't practice with the team, but was expected to officially sign his deal reportedl y wort h $46 mil lion, including $32 million guaranteed later Monday. He'll likely practice Tuesday and be ready to play in the season opener next Monda y night against Baltimore. The deal was reached late Sunday night and ended Revis' 36-day holdout. Broncos lose lendale White To Ankle lniurv LENDALE WHITE MINNEAPOLIS-Denver Bro.ncos running back LenDale White ha left th team' s final preseason game with an injur e d ankle White was down for a whil and walk d off th fi ld ging rly in the s cond quart rat Minn sota on Thursday after getting hurt on a 9-yard run. Th e Broncos said his r eturn wa doubtful. BEAUTY UNLIMITED SHVNIKA Only those with special talents can appear twice as our feature. Shynika has earned honor and is this week's Beauty Unlimitedlea. ture. If you missed her Friday, here's a quick update. Shynika has eyes that penetrate straight through you, and she can always tell when someone is trying to play games. She's very intelligent, and has no problem putting her doubters in place. Shynika also enjoys seeing others happy, and she can definitely light up any room she enters. When it comes to the man in her life, Shynika said he must really be special and possess qualities hard to find in a lot of men today. He also must be a professional, handsome well-built, and modest enough to allow his lady to stand out front. Congratulations to Shynika as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're Interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and including a contact number to: jjohnson-@flsentinel.com c: m (J) c (J) m ""C m :: OJ m JJ 'TI r-0 JJ (J) m z ::1 z m OJ c: r-. rm ::! z ""C c: OJ !: (J) ::z: m c m < m c: m (J) c )> z c 'TI JJ c 9" Roller ........................ -.............. $1\50 Brushes ...... -. ............................... 99 LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!

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MS.. LISAANN HARDY A celebration of life for Ms. Lisa Ann Hardy will be held on Thursday, September 9 2010, at 2 p. m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, with Mr. Duanne Anderson, officiating. Lisa Ann Hardy was born in Tampa, on August 2 1969, to Diane Jackson (Price) and Lee E. Hardy. God called her home to rest on August 30, 2010. Lisa was a graduate of Tampa Bay Technical, class of c 1986, and Brewster Technical, class of 2008. fE Her grandfather, Bert Henry;grandJnother,Esther Jackson; and aunts, Dorothy preceded her in death. C( She leaves to cherish her C loving and wonderful memoen ries: two lovely daughters, W Ste'von Jackson (Chocolate) and Shakonna Gilbert (Boo); > grandson, Jab 'Michael Alcena:: dor; mother, Diane (Peru W Price); father, Lee E. Hardy; > sisters, Annette Brooks, W Sharika Lambert and Daji C Pryce; brothers, Willie (Thin W Man), Carter, Nick, Tavaris :I: and Tyler Price; aunts, Linda Gray(Ray), Cynthia Anderson r:D (Duanne) and Rose Pryce; ::) uncle, Norman L. Robinson; c. nieces, Brandi Carter and z Sasha Carter (Sullivan); Wt-nephews, Walter Sheard and Donovan Brooks; and a host ..J of cousins, devoted friends ..J and other sorrowing rela-::) The remains will repose on w Wednesday, September 8 z 2010, at Stone's Memorial Fui= neral Home, 5016 N. 22nd z Street, Tampa, from 6-7 p. m. w Family and friends are asked en to assemble at Stone's Memo<( rial Funeral Home on ThursC day, September 9 2010, at a: 1:45 p. m. 0 Arrangements entrusted to ..J Stone's Memorial Funeral LL Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., CD .,.. w CJ L.F.D. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADmONAL SERVICE" HartiiOII F Job1 H01.nnnn, I ; F .. I ) L F 1:1. :"ioo102 N. 40th 62li-86M IN MEMORIAM SAQUANDA T. SIMON 10/19/78-9/8/09 It has been a year since you were taken from us. We miss and love you, Mom. Your children, Shanecce Simon,AshantiSimon,Cedric Salter, II, and Ceyencia Salter; mother, Arleen; grandmother, sisters and your brothers. We keep you in our hearts. Your family. IN MEMORIAM JERRY BURTON Three years gone, but you will always live in my heart and soul. Love and miss you. Love always, Wendy (wifey). IN lOVING MEMORY OF ANJA-J'KOBI A. JACKSON It has been one year since you went to rest in Jesus' arms. You are our "angel in the outfield." We love you and miss your beautiful smile and hugs. Yourlarents, YardrikJackson an Armanda Nelsori; sisters, Rhayna, Junai, Brianna and Madisyn; brothers, Julian and Yardrik; grandparents and other family and friends. National Farrakhan Announces Support For NYC Mosque WASHINGTON-Nation of Islam Minister Louis FarraRhan sa id Thursday an Is l amic community center and mosque planned near Ground Zero should b e built because Muslims were among those of many faiths who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Why then should a mosque a cultural center, not be con structed a few blocks away? Farrakhan asked at a news conference in Washington where he was joined by a coali tion of African-American Mus lim s Farrakhan and other Mus lim leaders said the controversy over the building points to a rise in racism toward minorities and an anti-Is lamic a tmosphere. The proposed $100 million project has been denounced by man y critics as insensitive to the families of people killed at the World Trade Center. They say it is disrespectful to build an Is lamic institution so close to the spot where nearly 2,800 people died at the hands of Muslim extremists. DEATH liSTS STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME M Li a Ann Hardy Tampa. Ms. Barbara Jean Richard on Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Pilar Ballester. Tampa. Mr. David B. Brown, Tampa. Ms. Eulastine Murray, Tampa. (Infant) Janiya B. Saptpson, Tampa. Mr. Wallace Siplin, Tampa. "Our Business Is Service" 30()0 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33606 (800)11011-33110. (813) 248-8125 o ne lhome oo Ohio Gov Spares Death Row Inmate Who-Claims Innocence COLUMBUS, Ohio-A con demned inmate had his life spared Thursday when Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland cited legitimate questions about evidence used to convict the in mate, even though the gover nor believes the prisoner committed the crimes. Strickland questioned some of the eyewitness testi mony against Kevin Keith, who was schedul ed to die Sept 15, and says he's bothered that o ther possible suspects weren't fully in ves tigated. Strickland said Keith has KEVIN KEITH appeals available that could lead to a full re-examination of the crime, but he also acknowl edged that might not happen. linle Hero: 4-Year-Oid Bov Saves Grandmother A quick-thinking 4-year-old has been credited with saving his great-grandmother s life. Last Thursda y morning St. Petersburg resident Janie Mae Leshore was bab ysittin g Devonte Dawson when she suffered a seizure. "My mouth started to be still and I couldn t say nothing, I couldn t even tell the baby [Devonte] I was in trouble," she said. Devonte noticed his great-gran dmother 's arm was shaking and she wouldn t talk to him even though she was awake, so he reached for the phone and called 911. When the dispatcher asked him for the address Devonte said he didn t know but tried to give directions. When you go past Checkers you see a little bouse that has two chairs he said. Is there any other big people in the JANIE MAE LESHORE And DEVONTE DAWSON house? the dispatcher asked. "No, just me," Devonte said. He stayed on the phone until paramedics arrived. Leshore spent three da y s in the hospi tal. She believes getting medical help early made a difference in her recovery."Yeah, I'm still here," Leshore said. Devonte said his mother taught him bow to dial 911 in case of an emergency Woman Arrested After Daughter was Found Malnourished And Tied To A Bed Police in Brooklyn New York have arrested a woman after the found her 4-year-old littl e girl tied to a bed in the woman s apartment. According to publi bed re ports police arrested Carlotta Pierce after re ponding to a 911 call to the apartment. Poli e reports indicat e that in th filthy apartm nt, they found the woman's malnour ished 4-year-old daughter on a b ed that had two lengths of twine were attached to the rails at eac h end. Marchella Pierce weighed just 15 pounds and had brui es and marks on her ankles that uggested they might have b ee n tied with twine. Although the cas seem open and hut, the childs father states that it is a case of rushed judgment. According to father, who is separated from her CARLOTTA PIERCE mother and states he knew nothing a bout h e r being bound, Marchella has been se erel ill since being born prematurely weighing little mor than a pound with her lungs underd Vi lop d. According to Mr. Pierce Marchella wa in ho pital ffom birth until this pa t F b ruary wh n do tors gave h r a trach eotomy makihg a hole in her n ck o sh ould breathe with a tub

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Crime 10 Arrested In Prostitution Sting ORION RICHARDSON CLARENCE WALKER ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police arrested 10 men Wednesday during a prostitution operation. According to reports, officers conducted the decoy operation in the area of 8th Avenue North and 34th Street. Using a female undercover officer, the suspects were arrested after police said they solicited the officer for sex acts in exchange for money. One of the men arrested was found to be a felon in possession of a firearm that had altered serial numbers. DESMOND BROWN JAMES DUDLEY Another man reportedly exposed himself to the offi cer and another was found to be DUI. Five of the men arrested had their vehicles impound ed for utilizing them during the act of solicitation for prostitution. Arrested in the operation were Juan Carlos Gomez, 27; Orion Richardson, 21; Desmond Brown, 40; Clarence Walker, so; Walter Bumbarger, 72, Gerard Ancel, 47, Jeffery Salomon, 39,; James Dudley, 42, and Alex Miller, 38. TraHic Stop Reveals Kilo Of Cocaine, $40,000 MARCUS A. TORRRES-PEREZ PASCO COUNTY fi According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a man from Orlando was pulled over on a traffic stop and was arrest-ed after a trooper found $40,000 in cash and a kilo of cocaine in the car. According to reports, the trooper stopped Marcus A. Torres-Perez, 30, Monday for illegal window tint and following too closely. The trooper reported smelling a strong odor of raw marijuana and Torres-Perez appeared to be nervous and gave conflicting trip plans. The trooper discovered that the car had been modi fied with a compartment in the dash. That's where the trooper found the cash and the cocaine. Torres-Perez is being held on a bond of $12o,ooo. Man Found Guiltv Of Murder CAI"VIN WASHNGTON, JR PASCO COUNTY-On Thursday, Calvin Leon Washington, Jr. had just been convicted of firstdegree murder when he turned to face the victim's family, saying h e was inno cent. However all prosecutors had to prove was that on October 1, 2008, he took part in a burglary that led to the death of Corey Evans. Prosecutors said Washington, 21, picked up his cousin and a friend that morning and they drove to a home in Shady Hills, reportedly to steal drugs and money. As the trio climbed in through a bathroom window, dogs started barking and the people inside woke up. Evans, who was staying the night to play video games, died from a bullet to the head. Prosecutors did not say Washington killed Evans, but in a felony murder case, they need only prove that Washington was committing another felony and Evans died as a result. The other two defendants were Ricky Washington, 20, and Taequan Griffin, 19. Griffin was shot in the back during the incident and left paralyzed. He testi fied earlier and was offered a plea deal of 10 years in prison. Washington, Calvin's cousin, is in jail awaiting trial. He was also charged UNCLE SANDY No matter what you 11, 15, 16, 19 say about me I know that 4, 8, 9, 19, I'm a better person for 40, 44, 47, 49 not getting down to your level 30,35,37,50 Man Suspected In 10 Robberies Arrested ST. PETERSBURG St. P e tersburg Police detectives said they have arrested a man suspected in 10 robberies in the area. Police arrested Jackie Allen Randall, 28, Friday morning outside a Circle K Store in Pinellas Park. Detectives had followed Randall because a descrip tion of the vehicle used in th e robberies matched his and at some point police got a partial lic ense plate num ber. Police said Randall was seen walking into the Circle K Store at 1:30 a.m. with a shirt covering his face. He reportedly had a handgun and demanded money from the clerk. Randall ran from the store after getting money from two registers and was seen getting into a maroon JACKIE RANDALL Ford Explorer. When he saw the detectives, he threw his gun up onto the roof of a house, police said. Police said Randall is a suspect in 10 convenience store robberies that began August 6th. They occurred in St. Petersburg, Largo, Temple Terrace, Hillsbo-rough County, and Tampa. 0 =:! (/) m z Teen Beaten Bv Police Files lawsuit ::::! z m r-m c: r rm ::::! z JORDAN MILES Before And After An 18-year-old Pittsburgh teen that was violently beat en by police and his dre ad locks ripped out is filing a lawsuit against his attackers. Jordan Miles and his family have decided to file a federal lawsuit against the three white Pittsburgh police officers that he says beat him and conspired to file false charges against him after concocting a story to cover up their actions. As previously reported, the teen violinist says he was walking to his grandmothers house when he was appro ached by three plains clotl1es officers saying, "Where's the money?" "Where's the gun? Where s tl1e drugs? Fearing for his safety, Miles ran away and says when police caught tip with him they beat him and ripped his hair from his scalp. According to the lawsuit filed Monday, Miles says he had his face pushed into the C snow and his gums impaled ?< on a piece of wood, as officers kicked and punched him. He also says that he thought he was being kidnapped and in fear began reciting "The Lord's Prayer prompting police to cl1oke him and slam his face into the snowy ground. Police charged Miles with loitering and prowling, aggravated assault and resisting arrest claiming he acted suspiciously then fought with them after they cleariy identified themselves as officers but Miles denies those claims. A city judge dropped the charges against Miles in March. C) He is seeking unspecified m damages against the 'Officers. ::;;

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0 .... 0 N r-: a: w m :E w .... 0.. w en c __ c; __ __ L __ __ <> __ ,-__c: __ e ____________________________________ c a: LL c z < c en w :::1 .... w > w c w :I: en :J m :::1 0.. z ...J ...J :::1 m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL CIO .... 991N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-18653 DIV D DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, as Indenture Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust 2007-3SL, Asset-Backed Securities, Series 2007-3SL, without recourse (Plaintiff) vs. NADJIBA ABAWI and ABDUL GHANI ABAWI, a/k/a ABDUL G. ABAWI and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown ar e persons heirs devisees grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ABDUL GHANI ABAWI a/k/a ABDUL G. ABAWI; BOYETTE CREEK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC; TENANT VUNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT IVUNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) SECOND AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment/Order entered in the above noted case that I will sell to the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as : LOT 9, BLOCK K OF BOYETTE CREEK PHASE 2, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 97, PAGE(S) 3-10, INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash at 10:00 A.M., on the 2nd Floor Room 202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602 on October 4. 2010. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent (5% ) of the final bid The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12: 00 p.m. the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT (813) 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-SnO. Dated this alit day of Augyst. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By : Is/ TONY A R TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT PROJECTS REQUIRING ARCHITECTURAL, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, announces that professional architectural, engineering and construction management services will be required for the following projects and continuing requirements : Requirement Construction Site Description Arch Engr CM Start co mplete Budget Caminiti ESE Renovation X X Jun 2011 Aug 2012 $3,683,811 Chiaramonte ES Renovation X X Jun 2011 Aug 2012 $2,458,600 Hill MS HVAC Renovation X X Jun 2011 Aug 2012 $3,495,701 Lewis ES HVAC Renovation X Jun 2011 Aug 2011 $2,079,571 Loc khart ES HVAC Renovation X Jun 2011 Aug 2011 $1,856 606 Continuing Architectural Services for projects up to $2 million construction cost Continuing Construction Management Services for projects up to $2 million construction cost Any applicant interested in providing the required services shall make application by submission of the materials prescribed in the Project Information Packet. The Project Information Packet additional project information and the weights associated with each qualification and evaluation criteria can be obtained by contacting the School District's Construction Office at (813) 272-4112 or via the Internet through either the District's Vendor Bid system or at http : //168 254 1 35/aspmenu/news_pages/2011_Projects/00-lndex.htm All materials must be submitted to the Hillsborough County Public Schools Procurement Department, 3rd Floor 901 E Kennedy Boulevard Tampa Florida 33602 by 3 :00p.m on September 14, 2010 THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS II FOR RENT II II Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! 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II -t c: m IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF VENTURA CIVIL DIVISION Case Number: 56-201 0-00365162-CU-PO-VTA SUMMONS (CITACION JUDICIAL) NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: Lidia Barragan; Glenda K. Johnson (AVISO AL DEMANDADO): and DOES 1 through 5 et al. YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF: Lorenso Cano-Castillo (LO ESTA DEMANDO EL DEMANDANTE) NOTICE: You have been sued. The court may decide against you without your being heard unless you respond within 30 days Read the information below You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after this summons and legal papers are served on you to file a written response at this court and have a copy served on the plaintiff. A letter of phone call will not protect you. Your written response must be in proper legal form if you want the court to hear your case There may be a court form that you can use for your response You can find these court forms and more information at the California Courts Online Self-Help Center (www.courtinfo.ca gov/selfhelp), your county law library, or the courthouse nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver form If you do not file your response on time you may lose the case by default, and your wages, money and property may be taken without further warning from the court There are other legal requirements You may want to call an attorney right away If you do not know an attorney, you may want to call an attorney referral service If you cannot afford an attorney, you may be eligible for free legal services from a nonprofit legal services program. You can locate these nonprofit groups at the California Legal Services Web site (www.lawhelpcalifornia org) the California Courts Online Self-Help Center (www.courtinfo.ca.gov / selfhelp) or by contacting your local court or county bar association NOTE : the court has a statutory lien for waived fees and costs on any settlement or arbitration award of $10 000 or more in a civil case The court s lien must be paid before the court will dismiss the case AVISO! Lo han demandado. Si no responde dentro de 30 dias Ia corte puede decidir en su contra sin escuchar su verSion. Le Ia informacion a continuacion Tiene 30 DIAS DE CALENDARIO despues d e que le ente guen esta citaci6n y papeles legales para presentar una respuost a p o r e s c r i t o e n est a i::onte y hacer que se entroque una copia al demandante Una carla o una lla mada telefonica no lo protegen Su respuesta por escrito tienen que estar en formato : legal correcto si desea que procesen su caso en Ia corte Es posible que hay un formulario que usted pueda usar para su respuesta Puede encontrar estos formularies de Ia corte y mas informaci6n en el Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de California (wwsucorte ca gov) en Ia biblioteca de !eyes de su condado o en Ia corte que le quede mas cerca Si no puede pagar Ia cuota de presentacion pida al secretario de Ia corte que le de un formulario de exenci6n de paga de cuotas Si no presenta su respuesta a tiemp, puede perder el caso por incumplimento y Ia corte le podra quitar su sueido dinero y bienes sin mas advertencia Hay otros requisites legales Es recomendable que liame a un abogado inmediatamente Si no conoce a un abogado, puede liamar a un servicio de remision a abogados Si no puede para a un abogado, es poslble que cumpia con los requistos para obtener servicios legales gratuitos de un programa de servicios legales sin fines de lurco Puede encontrar estos grupos sin f i nes de Iuera en el sitio web de California Legal Services (www.lawhelpcalifornia org) en el Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de California, (www sucorte .ca. gov) a poniendose en contacto con Ia corte o el coleglo de abogados locales AVISO : Por ley, Ia corte Iiane dercho a reclamar las cuotas y los costas exen tos por imponer un gravamen sabre cualquler recupercion de 410 000 mas de valor recibida mediante un acuerdo o una concesion de arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil. Tienen que pagar el gravamen de le corte antes de que Ia corte pueda desechar el caso The name and address of the court Is: EJ nombre y dlrecclon de Ia corte es: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF VENTURA 800 SOUTH VICTORIA AVENUE 800 SOUTH VICTORIA A'(ENUE VENTURA, CA 93003 The name, address and telephone number of the plaintiff's attorney is: (EI nombre, Ia direccion y el numero de telefono del abogado del demandante, o del demandant que no fienen abogado, es : Rlchai'd L. Francis (SBN. 70884) Law Offices of Richard L. Francis & Associates 711 South A Street Oxnard, CA 93030 Date (Fecha) January 6. 2010. MICHAEL D. PLANET Executive Officer and Clerk (Secretarlo) By: /a/ M. AKUNA DEP UTY (ADJUNTO) NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED: You are served as an Individual defendant. REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS PCL Civil Constructors, Inc. is currently accepting quotes from qualified subcontractors and suppliers for the following Hillsborough County project: PLAIT STREET BRIDGE OVER THE HILLSBOROUGH RIVER MAJOR REPAIRS BID#: ITB-C-0262-0-2010/DV; CIP #: 69226 The Project consists of furnish all labor, equipment and materials for the construction improvements to the Platt Street Bridge including major repairs of the structural mechanical, electrical and architectural systems and components of the historic bridge. Work includes but is not limited to the following: Maintenance of Traffic, Striping, Underground Water & Sewer Piping, Concrete Demolition Hydro-Demolition, Cast-in-place concrete, Reinforcing Steel Architectural Precast Panels Cathodic Protection, Structural Steel Replacement Metal Grating Replacement Bascule Bridge Machinery Replacement, Control & Storage House Renovation (inclusive or Stucco Repairs Doors & Windows Replacement, Interior Finishes, Roofing Plumbing, & Electrical), Bascule Bridge Electrical Equipment Bridge Gate & Signalization, Lighting Marine Work Painting Lead Abatement, and Asbestos Abatement. Owner: Hillsborough County Estimated Contract Value : $11,125 000 Contract Days : 480 Bids Due : September 16 201 0 ; 2 : 00 PM EST Contact: Nick Palazzolo (813) 264-9500 ; nvpalazzolo@pcl.com No bond is required and PCL will assist any interested party in obtaLning or reviewing plans and specif i cations Hillsborough County recognizes any DBE certified in the State of Florida to achieve DBE participat ion goals. PCL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beg i nning at 9:00A.M., September 24, 2010 at the Board Room 2nd Floor of the County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa to hea r the following requests Copies of the applications department reports and legal descrip tions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be tiled with the Clerk within fifteen(15) workng days after the conclusion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Growth Management Departmer:tt at (813) 276-2006. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 10-0043-CW, David & Sandra Thompson requesting a Variances to parking, buffering & screening and tree planting requirements for property located at 11713 N Armenia Ave zoned OR (R) Petition VAR 1 0-0856-EL, Harriet St Clair Watson requesting a Variance to the fence requirements for property located at 8106 E. 20th Ave, zoned Cl. Petition VAR 10-0857-EL, Brenda St. Clair Elting requesting a Variance to the fence requirements for property located at 7936 E. Broadway Ave, zoned Cl. Petition VAR 10-0865-EGL, Marvin L. Johnson requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 6402 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, zoned CG. RENTTO OWN Move-In Ready! Call Bridgette 813-221-4457 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 Northwood 3 Bedroom/2 Bath CB Carport, CHA, Tile Floors Section 8 Approved Ready To Move-In Call (813) 269-4656 Or (813) 965-7595 Progress Village Area 6 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Newly Remodeled Tiled New Roof $1 300 00 / Monthly Call Maria (813) 361-2179 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 Jackson Heights 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Newly Renovated Concrete Block Carport $1,050.00/Weekly $500.00/ Deposit Section 8 Welcome (813) 293-26n West Tampa Houses For Rent 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom Or4 Bedroom $650 -$1 ,050 Per Month Newer Kitchen Appliances Baths, Central Air Most Have Washer/Dryer Hookups Section 8 Vouchers OK Most Pets OK Available So See Todayl Call Patrick 813-254-5338 en m "tJ -t m s:: m m :::0 :-I N 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 :::0 c )> en m z :::! z m r-I m c: rr-m :::! z "tJ c: m r-c;; :::1: m c m < m :::0 < -t c: m en c )> z c ., :::0 c G) m ..... 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