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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c c a: 0 ...1 u.. t : VOL. 66 NO.7 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,2010 24 PAGES 75 Toddler Dies After Being Left In Car SEE PAGE 11 Ta111pa Native Pro111oted To Anny Lt. Col. SEE PAGE 8 Celebration Set For CD Release SEE PAGE 8 African Proverb Oneness through blood can not be severed. 1 SEE PAGES 2 & 3 TAMPA MOTHER CELEBRATES 70th BIRTHDAY WITH SURPRISE PARTY Mrs. Tommy Lee Miller celebrated her 70th birthday on September 9th. She was pleasantly surprised on Saturday, September 11th with a birthday party. The birthday celebration was held at the Woodlawn Terrace Community Cen ter. Mrs. Miller, who is the mother of six daughters and one son, was greeted with birthday wishes from children, grandchildren, nieces nephews other family members and friends. Mrs Miller is shown seated Standing from left to right are daughters Sharon Nelson Carrol Pirant Mary Miller LaVora Ed wards, and Sanita Williams. Son Choice Miller Sr. is standing behind his sisters. Wanda DeCosta Mrs. Miller s other daughter is not shown'

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0 Feature ; Communitv Icon Dies Following Illness :iE LU ..... a. LU en c en LU :J ..... BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday morning, a popular minister, former educator, activist and community icon died after a l e ngthy illness. He was 83 years old Reverend Abraham Robert Brown succumbed to cancer shortly after 10:30 a.m. Saturday. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Altamese Brown, 3 daughters, Ms. Ouida Brown, Ms. Vanessa Bennett, (Daryl), and Ms. Kimberly Blount, (Robert); 5 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, and other family members and friends. As A Teenager Rev. Brown was born in Tampa. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Middleton High School in 1946, where he pla y ed basketball and football. He also earned a foot ball scholarship. He initially attended Xavie r Univer sity, but later transferred to Florida A & M University He also earned a Master's Degree in Admini s tra tion and Supervision in 1972 from Florida A & M University. As An Educator After graduation, Rev. Brown returned to Tampa > and became a member of the Hillsborough County Public School District as a Physicai Education a: teacher. His first teaching assignment was at the now u. defunct Carver Junior High School. C During his tenure as an educator that spanned 38 z < years, Rev. Brown serv e d a s a t e a c h e r c oa c h and administrator. He taught at Carv e r Junior Hig h c School, Middleton High School, Blake Hig h S c hool (J) Jefferson and Chamberlain High School. As a coach, Rev. Brown touched the lives of nut-merous young athletes some of which went on to beit: come prof e ssional players. H e r e tir e d o n J anuary 29, LU 1988, as the Dean of Boy s at Chamb e rlain Hig h iij School. C When the new Middleton High School opened in 2008, the football stadium was named in his honor en ::J m :J a. Pastors On Patrol During the 1980s, when Civil unrest followed the death of an East Tampa man, Rev. Brown walked the streets of East Tampa with then Mayor Sandy Freeman to quell the unrest. z LU ...J ...J :J m In later years, as the crime continued to escalate in Tampa and as numerous youngsters were arrested for serious crimes, Rev. Brown founded Pastors on irl Patrol to address the needs and concerns of the community. He invited ministers from throughout the z community to join forces and address issues ranging LU from crime to health issues. (J) < c a: 0 ...J u. Prison Crusade, Inc. When working as an educator, in 1976, Rev Brown learned that on e of his former students had b e en arrested and charged with murder. After visit ing th e young man in jail, Rev. Brown returned home and created the Prison Crusade Ministries, Inc., as a not-for-profit organization. The purpose of the organization was to minister to the incarcerated, provide transportation to the prisons so that family members could visit, help others at risk, and provide assistance after an inmate was released. On his website, Rev. Brown said, "We believe that people must be changedfrom the inside out becoming liberatedfrom spiritual incarceration. When the individuals comprising the community and state are transformed, the community and state collectively will be transformed." First Baptist Church Of College Hill Rev. Brown join e d First Bapti s t Chur c h of Col l ege Hill in 1989 and was call e d to serv e as its Interim Pastor in 1992 Th e following y ear became the senior pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill Mis sionary Baptist Church in 1993. Under his leadership Rev. Brown constructed the Abe Brown Education Building, which was built and furnished debt free. He is also credited with pur chasing property for parking that runs parallel to Dr. M. L. King Jr. Blvd. and the basketball courts. At o n e point durin g his t e nure auto th e fts in Tampa w e r e at a n all time hi g h Rev. Brown e stablis h e d th e golf cart se curity patrol t o preve nt th e th eft of vehicl es He also cr e ated th e s oup kitchen Foch s Summer Youth Program the After School Program and the clothes closet. Rev. Brown r eo rganiz e d th e wor s hip se rvic es, r es tructur e d th e c hoirs, mu sic d e partment and the administrative offices During his tenure, Rev. Brown observed the membership of the church increase tremendously. He remained at the church until his retirement in 2007, when he became the Pastor Emeritus Commendations Rev. Brown has been the recipient of numerous awards commendations and other forms of ac knowledgement that include the Congressional Medal of Honor Proclamation in February and America's Award for Dedication through the Norman Vincent Peale Foundation. He was also honored with by the Tampa Chapter of the NFL and Hall of Fame with the J. Rex Farrior Award. Funeral Services On Friday, the body of Rev. Brown will lie in state at First Baptist Church of College Hill from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. The family will re ceive friends from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. and a Wake begin fu neral will be held on Sat-at 11 a.m. at Idlewild Bap tist Church, 18371 North Dale Mabry Highwa y In lieu of flowers the family asks that contributions be made to "Live the Brown Legacy Memorial Fund," which will benefit Abe Brown Ministries, the prison ministry Rev. Brown created more than 30 years ago. The address is: Abe Brown Ministries, Inc., Live the Brown Legacy Memorial Fund, PO Box 114453, Tampa, 33680.

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-t Abraham Brown: The Football Coach Citizens Comment BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When James "Big Jim" Williams was called back to his alma mater, Florida A&M University in 1966 to r ep lac e Jake Gaither as h ea d coach, Middleton High School head coach, William Bethel, gra ciously allowed his assistant, Coach Abraham Brown, to come to Howard W. Blake. From there, history was made. After stumbling the first cou ple of years, Coach Brown was able to put tog e th e r a team that made history in Hillsbor ough County. Howard W. Blake bec a me the first predominantly Black high school to win a State Championship in 1969 with a 27 -6 victory over Leesburg a t Tampa Stadium. On Saturday morning, Rev. Abraham Brown (the beloved coach and mentor) ended his bout with cancer when he passed away. He was 83 years old. Leading the 1969 squad to the State Championship title was quarterback Lionel Ballard, who had this to say about Coach Brown: "I just found out Sunday h e had passed. I'm very sad to h ea r that. He was a great man, and a great asset to the City of Tampa. He was also a great coach and m entor, and what he did for Middleton was unforgettable; what h e did a t Blake was unbeliev a ble and what h e did for Tampa will be unforgettabl e." Current Blake Head Coach Harry Hubbard: I think hi s work s peaks for him and that's how he'll be remembered. He is a legend and has done so much for so many and was al ways one to go to for great ad vice. I'm going to see if we can give him a tribute before our next game Former pl aye r, Dwight Bolden: "It was a big shock to me when I got the news he had passed. He has been a pillar in the community longer than I've been on the earth. He al ways told us, he wasn' t just training football players, but training young boys how to be young men. H e was far more than just a football coach to us. Former player, Charles "Chuck" McDonald: "I r e a lly thought he had licked that cancer. I visited his office to get him to attend a Black History event, but his schedule was so full Now as a coach myself, I better understand what he had to deal with, especially during th e segregation era. When we succeeded,hesucceeded.Wetried so hard to reflect the things he taught us, especially character, which is one thing that s tood out above all. He, and James "Big Jim" Williams, was the reason I got into coaching." Rev. Abraham Brown will be remembered by many as a coach and pastor, but he was also a great swimming instructor at Cyrus Green Pool, and during the summer taught many African American children how to swim during the early 1960s On Passing Of Rev. Abraham Brown BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday morning, Rev. Abraham Brown died follow ing a third bout with cancer. Many people who knew Rev. Brown shared their comments about his passing. State Repres e ntative Betty Reed said I met Rev. Brown shortly after he started the Prison Crusade. He was so humble about what he was doing The state, the county, the city, and the community has lost a great leader servant of the people and a true servant of God." Dr. Samuel Wright said, "Rev. Abe Brown was a fra ternity brother of mine; one who cherished the noble bond of Kappa Alpha Psi and lived up to our mission -ACHIEVEMENT. "He achieved in every field he pursued. He truly was a giv ing and compassionate man, who loved his community. He will be missed for when you mentioned the name .. Abe Brown ... y ou knew he was highl y regarded. Without a doubt h e was an icon! Mrs. Chloe Coney said was definitel y a mentor. Growing up in Tampa, we called him Coach Brown because he coached my husband in foot ball. Then, when we started o'ur churc h h e was the first to call and congratulate us. He even brought members of his congre gation to our church to age us When people got into ble we could call on Rev. Brown to help if they needed so mething or to vis it them in pri on But one of his last dreams wa to have a quality senior citizen s complex. He wa concerned about the elderly becau e many of them had to l eave tl1e comm uni ty because there was no place for them to live We had several meetings about that and I hope someone will make his dreani come true. woman Kathy Castor read his name and contributions into the Congressional Registry in February and it will always be a part of history. James Ransom said, "Al:_ though Reverend Brown may b e rem e mbered as a great athlete and coach he also was an iconic figure in general, but more importantly for me, he was a positiv mal role model a a fatl1 r who set a standard for young boys to follow as they became young men. "He was a spi ritu a l leader who h lped to make positi v changes across racial and social strata. He h elpe d to lift the live of tl10se whom had tl1e l ast of things and help to make the whol ommul)ity b etter. He l eft a I gacy and will be sorely missed. Ms. Pat Spencer said "I met Rev. Brown shortlY after m moving to Tampa, 16 years ago. ::xJ Over the years, it has been a pleasure to know that someone N cared so much about people g who were incarcerated and o their families and he worked diligently to help them, regain their dignity and respect. The world is a better place by God allowing Rev. Brown to share his life with us." Danny Green said, "Rev Abraham Brown will be truly missed, he did a lot for Tampa. He did a lot for the kids and al ways let you use his church for any event. I did a lot fashion show q.t his church. He is well known in Tampa for helping people, and everyone loved Rev. Abraham Brown." Ms. Ann Jenkins said, "I am going to miss Rev. Brown, he's been like an icon in my life, I can as far back as six years old, he and my fa., ther were best friends, i could always go and talk to hini about my father. "It's very hard on a person's mind when you lose someone like Rev. Brown, my heart goes out to his family and his church family because I feel their pain. Remember, God kept him in our lives for a long time and now He has prt?pared a place in heaven for. one of his elder to co'D:le home and be at re5t. "T1 r 0 ;:!! c l> en m z :::! z m l Rev. Willie Dixon said W'fhe record will prove The Abe Brown Prison Ministry (for merly The Prison Crusade Min-istry) is the oldest continuous tD prison ministry in the State of !: Florida. tD c: r rm :::! z "Rev. Abe Brown was my long time friend for over 55 yea rs and brother in Christ. Abe started an E.x-Offender Reentry Program long before the Department of Correction or anyone iD: the State of Florida used or heard of this terminology. If God had not used Abe in m c m < m ::xJ -< -t c: m en c l> z c my life there would not be a COACH Foundation Inc. or m y book. We worked as team members and Ambassadors for "T1 Christ! ;:!! Rev. W. James Favorite, Pastor of Beulah I. B Church said, "Abe was the kind of man that looked around and saw a need and fulfilled it. He founded Pastors on Patrol to bring Pastors together to save drug addicts and dealers in order to save their souls. He did what was necessary. He used hi personal resources to help others and I think his greatest l gacy will be the lives he chang d so that those live will help to change others. Abe Brown will live as long as we live." c Ms. Linda Smart said 'Rev. Brown impa ted so man: li es and ommuniti s throughout our nation. Hi love and pas ion of p opl will not :;E b foJ,"gott n Rev. Brown, a mighty man of God will b missed.' w

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0 editorials/Columns ..;-a: w m :::!: w ID. w en < c en w :::::) 1-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. 193Q-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions: $87 00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pagea olthts newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Farewell To God's Favorite Coach: Rev. Abraham abe' Brown Green Bay had Vmce Lombardi. Now Heaven has c Reverend Abraham Brown. But long before he ffi crossed the end-zone for a touchdown across the :::::) Pearly Gates, Reverend Abraham "Abe" Brown was a 1-celebrated Man of God. As a matter of fact he was one of the few men of God whom most men of God turned to for advice. Indeed, he was God's football coach if W ever the Almighty had a team on the gridiron. Beloved, admired, copied and respected by family, :::z:: community, state and nation, this man, "Abe" Brown first took to the field as an athlete, again as a teacher, ...J m then as a legendary football coach and finally as a pas-tor of First Baptist Church of College Hill, one of this z City's most influential sanctuaries. But before he was i= anything, and while he was everyih.ing, Abe Brown remained a husband, father, teacher, grandfather, S friend, pastor, big brother, mentor, and role model not m only for the Black community, but for any community ...J that had a need for leadership and prayer-coaching. He was never more than a telephone call away, for i= friend or stranger. Working tirelessly to bring others ffi to Christ, whether on their feet or behind bars, Brown en created and pioneered the Prison Ministries among < numerous other programs, which brought refugees by the thousands to the divinity of holiness. 0 Indeed, such a man seemed immortal. Yet, how it numbed and shaken we and the rest of our world must have been to be told our Coach-of-Hosanna had finally been defeated in his struggle with cancer. But like all coaches, we are quite sure Brown looked death squarely in the teeth and grinned, "You may have gotten me this time, but you got to come to Heaven for a homegamel" Just like Vmce Lombardi, Abe Brown will be remembered as a coach who never liked to lose. Burning The Quran A Bad Idea A Gainesville preacher came up with an idea to commemorate the 9-11 tragedy by burning an tion of the Quran, the sacred scripture of the Muslim reli gion. I don't know whether the plan was sincere, a chance for that preacher to get his 15 minutes of fame or whatever it was, but I do know that it was a bad idea. In America, the land of re ligious freedom, it is always a bad idea to burn the sacred documents of any religion. In addition, to pull such a stunt is dangerous for the image of America, the well being of American citizens and put ting American soldiers abroad in even greater dan ger One thing is for sure, the media made this unknown preacher from the small town Gainesville, an interna tionally known figure. It has also put him in danger oflos ing his own life. While most Muslims are religious, peace-While watching the MTV Video Music Awards over the weekend I began to wonder about the early history of Black enter tainers in America. Of course, it appears that Black entertainers were more ac cepted by White America throughout our history here on this continent. In fact, the Negro Almanac credits Black performers and their her itage for American perform ing arts. Indeed, theN egro Almanac states that Black entertainers were "often excluded both as spectators and partici pants fr9m those public places of entertainment, which are the logical training ground for any performer. However, from the earliest days of slavery "entertain ment was one of the few av enues of expression open to Blacks. In the book, Black Magic, Langston Hughes and Milton Meltzer wrote the first tage for the captive Africans was the open deck of a slave ship." During the loving people, the religion has its share of religious fa natics who will go to any ex treme in the name of religion. With that being said, let us remember that the world is full of fanatics. They can be found in every city, every state and in every country. Fanatics can be found in every religion, every race of people, every political party and every other organization with a large membership. The Gainesville preacher, a fanatic himself in my opin ion, must take note of this. Some fanatic, maybe a Muslim or not, could kill him, themselves and a host of other innocent people just because he threatened to burn the Quran. Somebody tell the preacher that there are other ways to get atten tion. Shucks, he can always go to New York and jump off the Empire State Building during the lunch break hour. The Quran burning preachtrans-Atlantic slave trade voyages Africans were herded up on the deck for exercise and were forced to sing and dance for the amusement of the crew. On Southern plantations, African traditions, rhythms and dances survived, com bined with a developing folk tradition to form the basis for Black American entertain ment, and became the "only entertainment and means of self-expression for Black slaves. Slaves who sang, danced or played instruments were used to entertain their mas ters or were hired out by them to entertain on other plantations or for public events. Among archives of old newspapers from the antebellum period you will find many advertisements for slave entertainers. In fact, slav e ente1tainers were very profitable for slave master earning thou and of dollar On of th most popular slav e ent 1tainer wa "Blind Tom," one of th most well known American er's idea is a result of the Mosque building at a New York area that has been named Ground Zero, as aresult of the terrible tragedy that occurred there ten years ago. While we must never forget what happened there and the thousands of people who died there, I find it very difficult to declare that area to be sacred. Bars, strip clubs and other not-so-sacred establish ments are located at or near Ground Zero. America needs to realize that not all Mus lims are radical people. Thousands upon thousands of them are American citi zens. Muslims are proposing to build a Cultural Center near Ground Zero. Maybe it is time to get some people from other religions involved in building the Cul tural Center that includes a Mosque as a part of it. To gether, a mixture of people and a mixture of religions can truly promote religious freedom. Such a varied venture could be a shining example for the world to see how people of various races, various cul tural backgrounds and vari ous religions can work together for the good and yet maintain their uniqueness. Burning the Quran is a bad idea. performing pianists. Blind Tom earned his master, General James N. Bethune of Georgia, hun dreds of thousands of dollars, perhaps millions, as a young autistic savant and musical prodigy on the piano. Up North in New York, slaves "sliin.gle danced on the street for spare change on their days off. did not understand that the prancing and childish dancing by slaves was really satiric commentary" on what slaves considered to be the "high falutin' aiis, pretensions and gullibility of their masters." Moreover, slave theatrics were "clandestine means of expressing their dissatisfac tion" with their enslavement. Even Paul Laurence Dunbar got in a few digs through his poetry. (Reread "When Malindy Sings"). In 1821, free Blacks found ed and operated (until whites burned them out) the African Grove Theatre in New York, which showcased a reper toire of Shakespeare. In the 1840s and sos, William Henry Lane and Thomas Dilward became the first Blacks to perform on the Minstrel Stage. Now we all know how long Black folks have been nt rtaining Am rican : sine th fir t la e voyag Yes sla e re belled e ven in th ir entertainment. Haramb

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Today's Birthday--Your ima g ination knows no bounds. During the coming year, you put it to work for you in career, partnerships and recreational ac tivities. No more boring trips to the same old places for you! Travel becomes a resource for healing and entertainment. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Somehow you know exactly what to say and what choices to make. Others may only see the practica l re sults. Th e answers just come to yo u with ease. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You can us e scraps from other proj ec ts a nd still get a lot don e. Wait a day or two b efo re spending mon ey to tak e advantage of a sale. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-The b enefits of your personal input cannot be overestimated now Others simply don t hav e your inform a tion or expe rtise. Stay in th e conversation. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You can e levate th e mood of even the g loomiest participant by creating the right atmosphere. Re arrange spaces to achieve better energy flow. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Id eas hav e been floa ting around among your associates long enough. Grab hold of one or two and run with them. Get the ball really rolling. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Imaginative ideas bubble up lik e water from a spring. Refresh your thinking, and put some of them into action. There's plenty to run with. Pisces (Feb. 19-Marcb 20)-You love the concept of having your finger in every pie. The problem is that you're scattered in six di rections. Someone else gathers up the pieces. Aries (March 21-April19)-Focus your efforts on understand ing the mechanics and you can t go wrong. Work with an associate to place all the puzzle pieces Taurus (April2o-May 20)-You get everything done in yo u r mind but then must execute it in the material world. All your imagina tion leads to worthwhile results Use your vision as a blueprint. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -Your heart's desire lead s yo u to helping a partner satisfy a longtime dream. You'v e both taken different roads to arrive at perfect agreement. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Interaction with an unu sual per son provides new insight into a work issue At first it seems much too strange, but then the idea grows on yo u Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-You have plenty of ideas about how to spend your hard-earned mon ey. Try not to break the bank as you de cide which creative ideas to pursue. Then go for it. SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN -Someone comes clean to Kendall and Bianca about their misdeeds; Marissa tries to help a child in need; the autopsy reveals the cause of death. A doctor' s job at the hospital i s in jeopardy; a vial is found inside someone's jacket pocket; Krystal ques tions Caleb about the nature of his relationship with Erica. Residents of Pine Valley attend a funeral ; Bianca and Amanda discuss the d e parted ; Madison suggests that someone in particular might be the mur derer. AS THE WORLD TURNS -Jack and Carly are interrupted when discussing their future; Janet is taken to the hospital with contractions. Rosanna is back in town to make amends with Carly; Holden and Molly make up, with a little prodding from Lily. -early and Jack get married; everyone helps Janet to the hospital. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Amber asks Brooke for advice on winning Rick back; Rick t ells Jackie that her marriage will fail ; Owen and Bridget discuss possibilities for the future ; Bridget witnesses Jackie in a compromising position. Bridget grills Rick about something she witnessed ; Owen is relieved b y Jackie 's confidence in him a n<\ their marriage; Brooke shares her concerns about Bridget with Ridge ; Rick makes another attempt to convince Jackie to end her marriage. Bridget and Owen share a terider moment while visiting their son's pediatrician ; Jackie is caught off guard when Rick makes a tempting proposition ; Katie tries to convince Bill to arrange a meeting with Liam. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Arianna promises EJ that she will find who shot him; Sami admits to Will that she s hot EJ; Melanie urg es Maggie to face her feelings regarding Victor ; Vivian wonders why Carly is so protective of Chloe; Kate and Stefano speculate about who shot EJ Brady uncov e r s Vivian 's plans for Maggie; Hope is int egrated into the prison population; Maggie interrupts a close moment between Melanie and Nathan; Ciara makes an effort to be nicer to Carly; Daniel probes Carly and Chloe about Vivian. Melanie assures herself that things are through with Nathan; Kate comes upon Will visiting EJ and pries about why he's there ; Sami h as a heart-to-heart talk with Johnny about EJ; an angry Brady corners Vivian, freezing her in her tracks. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Brenda may end her engagement to Mur phy; Suzanne asks Jason to come to Rome; Claire admits s he has real feelings for Sonny. Sonny m ay b e exo n erated for s hooting Johnny; Carly accuses Jax of thinking of Brenda while he had sex with her; Sam feels in sec ure when it comes to Brenda Michael may be e}cpelled after fight ing on his first day back at schoo l ; Jax may convince Carly that-Brenda is in hi s past; Brook Lynn and Nik grow closer ONE LIFE TO LIFE Jessica worries that Brody doesn't want to marry her; Cristian wants to marry Layla right away; John still has s u s picions about Eli. Todd presses Ross about hi s connections to Eli 's reign of terror; Kelly offers Rex a job to help Dorian; Tea's will is revealed. John apprehends Ross; Dorian doesn t like what she h ears from Bo and Nora, and then she slugs Kelly; John and Natalie search for DNA evi dence. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -As Nina lo ses one s on, $ h e finds another; Vance s t eps in to save the day. Abby fears Victor's wrath; Phillip urge s Cane to protect hi s family. Meggie continues to try to push Nikki over the edge; Abby plays her cards perfectly with Victor In this photo from past at the Black and White Ball are: Marlon Blair, Lisa Wade and Leon Gallon. In this photo from the are: Richard Pride, Delores Washington, T. Renee Washington, Regina Snow and Nell Wimberly. In this Canady-Killins wedding scene photo are: Walter Clark, Ronald Canady Katrina Nichols, Sbirvet Nichols Bridgett McNair,Vanderline Killins Ida Baldwin, Donald Baldwin and Jacqueline Mosley. ...... 1\) 0 ...... 0 "T1 r-0 ::c CJ) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z ""0 c: llJ r-c;; ::::t m c m < m -f c: m CJ) c l> z c "T1 ::c c

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0 iij Birthda Greetin s a: w m ::E w .... a. w C/) ><( c C/) w ::::> .... Celebrating '80' Wonderful Years Ollile ALBERT YOUNG, SR. And ISABELLE MORSLEY On Saturday, S e pt e mb e r 4 2010, Albert Young, Jr. h os t e d a fant as tic birthday p a rty for hi s parents. Albert "AI" Young, Sr. and Isabelle "Belle" Morsley, w h o w e r e hi g h sc hool sweethea rt s from Middl eton Hi g h Sch o ol t oge th e r ce l ebra t e d the ir 8oth birthdays with l o t s of fun foo d f a mil y and frie nd s. Albert Young, Sr. and Isabelle Morsley m a rri e d a nd c oll ec ti ve l y h ave 4 c hildr e n. > Th ey h ave r emaine d fri e nd s thro u g h th e yea r s eve n a ft e r divor c in g <( and ce l ebra t e d with f a mil y fr o m n ea r a nd f ar. c a: Thi s event w as s p o n sore d b y Albert Young, Jr., Karen Peo-LL pies and Tara Morsley, children of AI a nd Belle, a t th e h o m e o f C Albert Young, Jr. Th e r e we r e a b o ut S o p eo pl e prese nt with family r a n ging in a ge from very young t o o ld er. Ms. Inez O 'Neal, > g r andmother of Kevin White, and Ms. Betty N ewton, aunt, <( b e in g the eldest f a mil y m embe r s prese nt. B a r-b-qu e rib s, c hi c k e n b a k e d bea n s a n d m u c h m uch more was W ca tered b y Bob B ee -Qu e Cater in g Service w h o a d vert i ses a s the ::::> t-''bes t ri b s in town" and i s o wne d and o p e r a ted b y John "Bobby" > Johnson. a: w > w c w :I: C/) ::J m ::::> a. z tii _, _, ::::> m ...:.. w z t= z w C/) < 0 a: 0 _, LL. ([lte 4th. ofnn.ual '"of JJaa of d'a.mpetcma, -CW lftealth. cftwa.'uutdfj to University Area Community Center Complex {UACCC) Registration is required. Seating is limited/ WorkshoPS Include: Screenings Include : Ask the Doctor Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Diabetes Healthy Cooking Breast Exams, & Mammograms : Women & Exercise (FREE to those who qualify-Call for details) For mor e information or to register, Call (813) 307-8015 Ext. 3502 or V i sit us at www.hlllscountvhealth .org DEADLI_NE: September 22, 2010 Special Gift to first 150 women who register FLORIDA OEPARTMENT OF HEALTH HILUIO.OUCH COUNTY H E AlTH OIPAl'TMIPH Local 50th Birthdav Celebration CaSandra Washington celebrated her soth birthday recently. Family and friends joined her for dinner at the Columbia Restaurant. (Photography by BRUNSON) CaSandra is joined by her sorority sisters of the Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. We Salute Our Service Men And Women Area Young Adults Graduate At Militarv Bases Aft e r c ompl eti n g all nec es sary r e quir e m e n ts, seve ral young a dult m e mb ers o f th e m i l it ary r ece ntl y gra du a t e d. Th e graduation s took plac e at sev e ral military bas es Enters Basic Training Academy Ms. Joanne Choi and Zachary J. Spranger have en t e red B asic Cad e t Training at the U S Air Forc e Acad e my, Col orado Springs CO, in prepara tion to enter the first academic y ear at th e academ y : Th e six-week two phased o ri enta tion prog ram must be s u c cessfull y completed b y the ca dets prior to entering their freshman y ear. The training prepares men and women to meet the rigorous mental and physical challeng es experienced by new cadets. Ms. Joanne E. Choi is the d a ughter of John and Jinhee Choi, ofTampa He is the son of Kurt and Malia Spranger, of Tampa and a 2010 graduate of Jesuit High School. 12-Veteran Enlistee Earns Degree Sgt. 1st Class LaKeela L. Walker was one 325 graduates who earned a diploma or awarded academic honors from various U S colleges and versities at the 12th annual com mencement ceremon y conducted at the Community Education center, Fort Richard son, Alaska Sgt. 1st Class Walker attended Central Tex'Cls College and recei v ed an Associate degree in General Studies in 2010. Sgt. Walker, a chemical biological radiological and nucl ear op e rations non-commissioned officer in charg e, is a ssigned to the 95th Chemical Company, Fort Richardson. She has served in the militar) for .12 y ears She is the daughter of Ms. Cynthia D. Wilson, Camp Hill AL. Her husbaJ1d Arll! Sgt. 1st Class Dameon A. Walker, i s the on o f Ms. Sharon Triplett, of Tampa. Sgt. 1st Class Walker grad uated in 1 99 7 from Dad vill e High School AL.

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Local ffi Dr. Foster len A legacv God bless the soul of Dr. William P. Foster. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him personally and all who knew of his accomplish ments professionally. I grew up in Tallahassee For many years, Dr. Foster and his family lived at Osceola St. and Martin Luther King St., 2 blocks from my family home. The band's practice field so close to our house (3.5 blocks) that we could hear every note-every beat of the drums. It was an infectious sound! He was a talented musician and architect of The Incompa rable Marching 100 Band.' That is quite a legacy! He had so much class --he set the bar for band directors throughout the nation. The Hundred' was a unique recruitment tool. So many for mer band members have gone on to become band directors at high schools and colleges around the globe. This has provided a pipeline of students "who want to be in that number". His successor, Dr. Julian White, has done an admirable job with the department of music at FAMU. To be able to stay with some of his mentor's teachings while creating your own brand is tough for anyone. Many if not all of the band staff, the assistant and associ ate band directors exemplify what the y l ea rn e d under thi s icon. Dr. Foster commanded so much R-E-S-P-E-C-T from his students and peers. He r ea ll y helped to bring about a lot of positive recognition for the university that permeates today His sons Patrick and Tony, hav e to be pretty proud of their Dad The Maestro! DAYLE GREENE Artist Selected To Change Exterior Of District Ill Police Station East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership vice -c hairperson and Sub Committee Chair of the Aes. thetics and Beautification Committee, Denese MeteyeJames, said they have been discussing making changes to the exterior of the District III Police Station on 22nd Street "We have selected renowned artist James Vann to make some changes on the exterior of the D-3 building Some of his work can currently be seen on the upper floors of the Lee Davis Center. Meteye-James said the City of Tampa's Arts Council would have to approve their selection, and th e n it will be a matter of when to get started. "For cost purposes, we're looking at having art work of all Black foot patrol officers from the past. We're also plan-DENESE METEYE-JAMES ning other things and review ing proposals. Any plans to use TIF dollars must be approved first by ETCRP Chairperson, Evangeline Best, and East Tampa JAMESVANN Artist Development Manager, Ed Johnson. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. Budgets are tight enough these days without wasting money and energy. By taking of tower energy rates available most of the day, our Energy Planne,.st>C Program can help you save about a month's worth of electricity each year.* The advanced thermostat, installation and participation are all free. In fact, we'll even include a free energy audit and eight energy-saving light bulbs to maximize your savings. 'Savinge may vary. To sign up, tampaelec1rlo.com/energyplanner or oall813.223.0800 (Hillsborough), 863.m.osoo (Polk) or 1.888.223.0800 (all other oounttes). Select Home Account, then Energy SaVIng Programs. FREE programmable thermostat FREE energy audit Eight FREE energy-saving light bulbs Advanced thermostat helps you keep energy costs low. .. TEC<:7. TAMPA UFE RUNS ON ENERG'&o C/) c C/) m "'tt m 3: m m l:J N 0 ...... 0 ., r 0 c > C/) m z ::! z m r;m c: r r m ::! z "'tt c: m c C/) :::1: m c m < m :::D -< c: m C/) c > z c ., l:J c

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Loca N o::t T"" a: w Ill :E Tampa Native Promoted To Lieutenant Colonel In u. s. Armv Major Marion "Ced" Master 's Degree from Ma rine Corps University. His military education includes the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses and Combined Arms Services Staff School (CAS) and the USMC Command Staff College. fu Carrington was selected en early and promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in the United C States Army on August 2, ffi 2010. He will assume Battal.... ion Command at Ft. Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina on Sept. 22, 2010. The Tampa native gradu ated from Hillsborough High School and attended St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. He is a Distin guished Military Graduate from Florida A&M Univer sity. In 1994, he received a Bachelor of Science Degree and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in th e In fantry. In 2006, he earned a LTC Carrington recently returned from a second tour of duty in Afghanistan. His assignments include: Antitank Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer with the 2nd Infantry Divi s ion 's 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry (Air Assault), Camp Casey, Korea; Rifle Platoon Leader and Company Execu tive Officer 3 rd Infantry FIRST JOHN M.B. CHURCH 3412 EAST 7TH AVE. TAMPA, FL 33605 813-631-0507 PASTOR GREGORY T. HILL CHURCH ANNUAL CHURCH ANNIVERSARY (7PM) NIGHTLY & {4PM) SUNDAY SEPT 13th ST. JOESPH M.B. CHURCH PASTOR HAYWOOD SEPT 14th EXCITING FAITH ALIVE PASTOR ANTONIO HAWKINS SEPT. 15th FRIENDLY M S. CHURCH PASTOR MILLER SEPT.161h EBENEZER M.B, "'MlJHLoM SEPT 17th NORTH BAY M B. PASTOR WEEKS SEPT 19th GENESIS WORSHIP PASTOR ALFONSO BROUGHTON Friday September 17,2010 7P.M. Pastor W. L. Jackson Macedonia M. B. Church, Thonotosassa *Dinner Served Immediately After Morning Worship C hairperson : Constance Aiken s and Arjelyia Aikens LIEUTENANT COWNEL MARION (CED) CARRINGTON Regiment (The Old Guard), Ft. Myer, VA; Aide-de-Camp for the Deputy Commanding General, Ft Meade, MD; Assistant Operations Officer for Division Staff Brigade Training Officer for 1st Brigade, and Company Commander of Company A, 1st Battalion 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, Ft. Bragg, NC. He previously was handpicked to serve as the Aidede-Camp to the Commanding General; Board Recorder for the Sec retariat, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, Alexandria, VA; and Operations Officer with 3rd Squadron, 73rd Calvary Reg iment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Divi sion, Ft. Bragg. LTC Carrington has been continuously awarded and recognized for his mili tary accomplishments as well as his civic and social involvements. He :&as main tained active membership in Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity His wife, Davina Carrington is from Colonial Beach, VA. His parents are Herbert and Luella Carrington, and his brothers are Herbert, III (Karen) and Warren (Angel) Carrington. Celebration Set For CD Release BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Juanita Wanda Johnson has been singing for many years She has backed or united with several groups in the Tampa Bay area. Affectionately known as "Wanda," she is preparing to release her freshman CD single, Another Chance. The release date is Saturday, September 18,2010,6 P.M. The inspiration for the title stems from the fact that "I wouldn t be where I am now if he had not given me another chance. He just keeps giving us another chance over and over again, Wanda states. She calls the CD her 'trinity, because there are three songs recorded. In addition to Another Chance, there's When It's All Over and a rearrangement of Sit Down Servant. Wanda acknowledged JUANITA WANDA JOHNSON her love for gospel music at the age of 9. After high school, she toured briefly with The Heavenlyaires of Miami as lead singer. She later relocated to Tampa and formed the gospel group "Wanda and the Goldenaries," for which she is mostly known. Wanda says her blessings from God continue to flow. "He opened doors for me to sing at pastors' and church anniversaries, banquets, weddings and home going celebrations. It is because of her willing ness to sing and honor Christ, she has been able to connect with some renowned gospel singers and many groups in the Ba y area. Ms. Johnson, a native of Belle Glade grew up in Miami, where she attended Dade County schools and the University of Miami. She was the third of 3 children born to the late Mrs. Essie Mae Johnson-Singleton. The mother of 2 daughters and 5 grandchildren, Wanda Johnson is a member of New Bright And Morning Star Church. For the past 15 years she has been employed with the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) as a bus driver. 'I

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election Night rn Les Miller Election Night Gathering on Election Night i Friends of the Les Miller Campaign gathered on 7th Ave. to watch the Election Night results JJ (Photography by BRUNSON) Les, III and candidate Les Miller, Jr. watch Election Night results. City Councilwoman Gwen Miller and Lois Davis at the Miller Campaign headquarters. DEXTER ALLEN Ruth and Levi Fleming. Candidate Valerie Goddard gathered with family and on Palm Avenue on E l ection Night. (Photography by 1\) BRUNSON and Julia Jackson) g 0 Candidate Goddard, center, with Michele Pineda and Iva B. Carter. Candidate Valerie Goddard and Christian Goddard on Election ., r-0 JJ CJ) :::! z m r-ID c r rm PatSY. Greene at the :::! Goddard Election Night z event. "'tt c m r-Friends Gather With Kevin White On Election Night c;; :::t m c m < m Kevin White hosted his family and friends at the Columbia Restaurant on Election Night. (Photography by BRUNSON) Mr. and Mrs. Kevin White at their Election Night-gathering. Olivia Fatherly, Michael McNeal and Sheryl O'Neal at the White Election Night gathering. Candidate Kevin White's grandmother, Mrs. Inez O'Neal. Curtis Stokes, Kevin White and Anthony Carswell. c: m CJ) c > z c ., JJ c Left to right: Khadijah Screen, Floranita Moore, Kevin White, Elder Michelle Patty and Jarvis G') El-Amin. m CD

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Local 0 C\1 o::t .,... a: w m :2: w 1-a.. UJ en Walter Smith, II Gets Master's Degree In Atricana Studies c en UJ ::::> I-Walter Lee Smith, II was one of the summer graduates from the University of South Florida. H e earned a Master's degree in Africana Studies. He earned a B. S. degree in Civil Engineering from Florida A&M University. Walter is the son of Attorney Jeraldine Williams-Shaw and Dr. Walter L. Smith. Atty. Williams-Shaw hosted a reception for the family after graduation in her Ybor City home. Marvin Bradford having Amanda and Laura at the dinner after Walter Smith, graduation reception. II's graduation from USF. Also in attendance were Walter, II's sister, Atty. Salesia SmithGordon of Palm Beach; c his son, Walter Lee a: Smith, III; and aunt, u. Nadine Brown of Bare z tow. (Photos by Julia < Jackson) Walter Smith, II, right, is shown with his mother, Attorney Jeraldine Wtlliams-Shaw and father, Dr. Walter L Smith. Cousin James Waters, left, with family friend, Dr. Aaron Smith and Walter, II. c en UJ ::::> I-> a: w > w Sadie Douglas Retires From Hillsborough School District c UJ ::1: en :J m :::;) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::> m 0 Mrs. Sadie Douglas retired from the Hillsborough County Public Schools system in May after 29 years of service. Just rec e ntly a retirement celebration was held for her at Seminole Elementary School from wh e r e she e nded her ca reer after 7 years. Mrs. Douglas has been such an integral part of Seminole, until she s returning this school term as a volunteer Mrs. Douglas standing behind husband, Elder Robert Douglas, seated, and other family members: Charles, Reggie, Eddie, Sandy, Mert, Rechelle, Michelle, Lawson, Myrtis, Kathy, Ron, Kyron, Ann and Katherine. Sadie's sisters at the retirement celebration: CJ Myrtice Thurman, Annie Ray, Katherine Stephens and Willie Nealy. School Board Member Dr. Jack Lamb attended the retirement celebration. In addition to being affiliated with the school system, Mrs. Douglas has been a Foster Morn to more than 185 children in Hillsborough County. In 2005, she was awarded "Foster Morn of the Year by superintendent MaryEllen Ella. She was also the first recipient of the We Deliver Award in 2006, in which she received $10,000 from Mrs. Ella. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Sadie Douglas used a '6os theme for her retirement celebration. Ruth Bassar, Chair of the Social Committee, with a book of'Sadie' s Memories.

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c High Speed Rail Meeting For Minoritv Businesses The Convention Center was the site of a High Sp ee d Rail meeting for minority businesses to l earn th e process of how to bid on FOOT projects. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Example of how canopy and train nl::rn ... r.m Ruth Dillard of Blackmon Roberts Group, Inc., Frank Powell, photographer of Jacksonville; and Sylvia Blackmon-Roberts, CEO/President, Blackmon Roberts Group, Inc., Lakeland, Public Planning and Management Consultants. 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 ... fill PIDIIJSSiona/ SIJIViCIJ! ) ,.....,--.,... . ....................... .. 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 Phannacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week c Toddler Dies After Being left In Car en m On Sunday, Rodine Rigby, 25, performed her usual task of taking her cousins to Ebenezer Baptist Haitian Church on gth Street. However, this past Sunday, what amounted to a misund e rstandin g cost a 3 -y ear-o ld her lif e According to Tampa Police, Rigby drove Ruebensa Rozin, 3, and two other children to church. A 12-year-o ld boy carried a one-year-old baby into the church, but Ruebensa was left in the car. When the service was over, Rigby found Ruebensa unconscious inside the vehicle. It was determined she had be e n in the vehicle for an hour and a half. Church members carried the child inside and began CPR. Tampa Fire Rescue arrived and tra nsported h e r to Tampa Gen e ral Hospital where she was RUEBENSA ROZIN pronounced dead. Rigby was also admitted to the hospital due to stress, and remains hospitalized. Police spokesperson, Laura ""D McElroy, said Rigby had a fri routine of taking the children to S: church every Sunday. "Wha t happened is the 12-:::C year-old thought Rigby had gotten the 3-year-old, and 1\l Rigby thought the 12-year-old had gotten her. It was just a o tragic accident." Ruebensa's mother, Melissa Rozin, has two other dren and is pregnant with a third. She said it's hard for her to talk about Ruebensa right now I know she loved Bible stories and going to church. When she was at home, she loved watching Barney and was just a beautiful little girl. Police are continuing their in vestigation into the incident, and the family is working with church officials in making arrangements for a service C) m ...a. .....

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Sports ,.. Bucs Open Season With Win Over Browns Ronde Barber's interception in the second quarter Sunday gave the Bucs hope against Cleveland. One down, fifteen mor e to go. The game was black e d out locally, so no one at hom e got to see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers d e feat the ><( Clev eland Browns 1 7 -14 C Sunda y in their season open-a: LL. c z <( c (/) w .... > a: w > w c w :I: en ::::i m ::::) Q. er. The Browns jumped out to a 14-0 lead ear ly, then later 14-3 before Buc cornerback Ronde Barber intercepted a pass by Browns quarterback, Jake Delhomme late in the second quarter. Barber returned it 64 yards to the Browns 3-yard-line. That interception set up a three-yard touchdown recep tion from Josh Freeman to Mike Williams to mak e the score 14-10 at halftime. In the fourth quarter, Freeman connected with wide receiv e r Mike Spurlock on a 33 yard strike for a touchdown, giving th e Bucs a 17-14 lead and the win. Freeman, statistically, fin ished the game 1 7 -for-28, 182 yards, and two touchdowns He was also sack e d three times Delhomme finished the evening 20-for-37 for 277 yards and two interceptions. The Buc ground game was led by Carnell "Cadillac" Williams who rushed for 75 yards on 22 carries A total of 41,544 attended Sunday 's game at Raymond James Stadium. The Bucs hit the road next week to visit the Carolina Panthers, who lo s t their opener to the New York Giants. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) USA Wins Gold m ISTANBUL -Kevin ...J Durant beamed as he listened to his national i= anthem, which hadn't been if] played at the end of the bas(f) ketball world championship ( in 16 years. a: And that was no B-Team 0 standing beside him on the center of the medals plat-N ,.. form. It was the best team in the world. The United States won its first world basketball championship since 1994 on Sunday, beating Turkey 81-64 behind another sensational performance from the tournament MVP. Durant scored 28 points, setting a record along the way for most in the tournament by a U.S. player. He left the court' with 42 seconds remaining and shared a long hug with coach Mike Krzyzewski, who finally won the world title after his previous two attempts ended with bronze medals I Hour1. F11d.,y
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RONARTEST Maybe it' s time t o s t o p poking fun at Ron Artest and start g ivin g him hi s due. He understands a probl e m when h e sees it. And h e s doing som ething about it using himself as an exa mpl e Artest, the often zan y, always colorful, but som e times unstable veteran forward with the Los Angeles Lakers, won his first NBA title this summer, the crowning moment in a roller-coaster, 11-year care e r. Now he has s t epped forward to address a much more serious issu e. H e will b e sellin g hi s coveted NBA championship rin g which h e will ge t during a prega m e ceremony Oct. 26 to start raising funds and raising awareness for the need t o put more p syc holo g i s t s, p sychiatrists and the r a pi s t s in our publi c sc h oo l s. H e m a d e the ring announcement earlie r this wee k a t a Los A n ge l es a r ea middle school whe r e h e appeared with U.S. Rep. Grace F. Napolitano, author of th e M e ntal H ea lth in Schools Act, the federal l eg i s l a tion s h e i s pu s hing. Artest i s n t afraid to admit h e h as worked with a p syc hi atrist. H e h as worked with a m a rri age counselor. H e h as take n ange r m anagem ent classes. And h e is a better man for all of it. Rilev Annoved Bv 'Stupid' And Personal Anacks On Heat Pat Riley said he doesn't understand why people have been so critical of the Miami Heat. MIAMI --Pat Riley and LeBron James already have one thing in common. They're keeping track of what's been said about how this Miami Heat team got put together this summer. It seems to be fueling both of them Speaking at length with reporters for the first time since .the Heat acquired James and Chris Bosh to play alongside Dwyane Wade this summer, Riley revealed h e thought som e critics of Miami's roster moves should "ge t a life." H e is also certain it ll b e a motivating point for his team throughout th e seaso n Riley specifica ll y cited Orlando Magic general manager Otis Smith and form e r NBA star turned analyst Charles Barkley as exam ples of people who took what the Heat president thought were unwarranted shots at the way the Heat went about business this summer. He also mentioned Magic coach Stan Van Gundy-Riley's former protege in Miami as well On the day after Miami signed James to a six-year contract that lured him awa y from the Cleveland Cavaliers, Smith said, I thought he was, I guess, more of a competitor." Riley responde d to that Friday, saying Smith made, "an absolutely stupid r e m a rk. He n ever made a n y kind of comment like that w h e n h e s ign e d Rashard Lewis and h e brought him down from Seattle with a n $128 million contract." ----------------------------------------------' .J ...._ 1 l I , \ "The Voice of Our Speaking for It (813) 248-1921 ALLEN IVERSON Allen Iverson, former MVP, form e r Final s comp etitor, former NBA All-Star, m ay b e h eaded to C hina. There's b ee n no word fro m Iverson a b o ut w h et h e r h e's accept playin g in" Chi n a, but his NBA prospects certa inl y h ave com e up s h ort. Ther e's b ee n n o word of a n y t ea m int e r es t e d in Iverson for m ont hs. H e s dropp e d off th e radar n early eve rywh ere, to t h e point you h ave to won d e r if th e r e s so mething m ore go in g o n h e re. Mavweather Jr. Booked, Jailed And Released In Vegas Floyd Mayweather Jr. was released from the Clark County jail on $3,000 bail after being booked on a grand larceny charge. LAS VEGAS Bo xe r Floyd Mayweather Jr. wa s jail e d bri efly Friday on a felony charge after his ex girlfriend alleged he beat her and stole her cell phone dur ing an argument in front of their three children. Mayweather, 33, said nothing as he was rel eased from the Clark County jail on $3,000 bail after b eing booke d on a grand larceny charge. He cou ld fac e up to five yea r s in state prison if h e is convicted of taking items valued at l ess than $2,500. He i s sc h e dul e d for a n ini tia l a pp ea r a n ce Nov. 9 in Las Vegas Ju tice CoUit Mayweather' s lawyer Richard Wright, d e ni ed Mayweather was g uilt y of th e crimina l c h a r ges based o n a llegations b y Josie Harris. "He did not commit a n y gra nd lar ce ny," Wright sai d J osie ca n t find her iPhone W e' r e atte mptin g to find it or r ep l ace it. W e'll cooperate in the in vestigation. W e exp ec t to get th e matter r es olv e d." An iPhone typically costs l ess than $soo. 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tertainment Rapper Khia Arrested Gospel Singer Marvin Sapp's Wile Dies .<:f T"" a: w Ill ::2: w ..... a.. w CJ) c CJ) w :::> ..... "My Neck, My Back" rap-Khia was arrested in Atfor "endangering interest." Florida emcee who's for her disdain for Minaj and raunchy advice, was booked at the Gwinnett County Detention Center before being released on bond. Her endangeri n g secur it y interest charge is defined by the Georgia Independent Au tomobile Dealers Assoc i ation as, A Georgia statute e nact ed to protect lien hold ers and their security interests. Specifically, this law may be used by you to get the court system involved to help yo u retrieve your financed vehicle when the customer has de faulted and r efuses to a llow yo u or your repo compa n y to take back the vehicle. In some counties, if they allow it, will let yo u swear out an arrest warrant for your customer." c a: Rapper Petev Pablo Arrested At NC Airport LL c z <( c CJ) w :::> ..... > a: w > w c w :I: ...J Ill PETEY PABLO RALEIGH, NC ---Officials z say rapper Petey Pablo was i= arrested at a North Carolina w ...J airport on gun charges. 5 Raleigh-Durham Internalll tional Airport spokeswoman Mindy Hamlin says 37year -old Petey Pablo whose r ea l name is Moses Barrett III was arr ested Saturday morning. He is charged with being a felon with a gun and carrying a concealed, stolen weapon. Hamlin says Transporta tion Security Administ r ation agents found a gun in th e rap p e r' s carry-on luggage. Petey Pablo was released on $50,000 bail and is sched uled to appear in court Mon day. A phone listing could not be found for his residence in nearby Knightdale. Petey Pablo is best known for the songs "Raise Up" and "Freek-a-Leek." Foxv Brown Beats Felonv Charges FOXY BROWN Foxy Brown has beat felony charges for the re ported mooning' incident. Brown was arrested after getting into a heated arg ument with a l)eighbor who had an order of protection against her and claims Brown hurled obscenities at her before bending over and exposing her buttocks. On Tuesday prosecutors droppe d all but one charge aga inst Brown, real name Inga Manchard, a charge for vio l ating the order of pro t ec tion to cease all contact with th e n e ighbor. If Brown is convicted of the one remaining charge; crimina l contempt of court, she'll face community service Russell Simmons Files$55M Lawsuit Against RUSSELL SIMMONS Russell Simmons ha filed a $55 million law uit against a Hong Kong clothing distributor after Simmons claims th e wholesaler fajled to support his brands, A merican Classics By Russ ell Simmons and Russe ll Simmons Argyleculture. Simmons states that Hong Kong-ba e d apparel lic e n s ing company Li & Fung, USA was tasked with assisting him with marketing and promoting his Argyleculture flagship brand. He goes on to allege that the company only, "expressed a false enthusiasm" in his AJ:gyleculture collection in order to persuade the mogul into li censing them his mass market brand, American Classics by Russ ell Simmons Simmons claims that in the two years that Li & Fung, USA h as been under contract that the company ha s b een un s uccessful at e tabli hing an y deve lopm ent or backing for e i ther of his brands, resulting in the l egal action. Gospel singer Marvin Sapp is grieving after the death of his wife, MaLinda. Earlier this year, Marvin Sapp was testifying of how hi s wife, MaLinda, was given a clean bill of health by doctors after being diag nosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer in 2009. But then, those health concerns resur faced and Sapp requested in tense prayer. Sapp's 2007 hit "Never Would've Made It" was a crossover success, peaking at #14 on the U.S. Billboard Hot MARVINSAPP And Wife, MALINDA R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, #82 on the U.S Billboard Hot 100, and also at.#1 on the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs chart. Halle sexv Co-Star Share Intense Passion Months after her split from beau Gabriel Aubry, Halle Berry has been spotted this week in Paris kissing, cud dling and holding hands with a new handsome hunk: Olivier Martinez, her French co-star in "Dark Tid e," a currently s hooting thriller. Berry, 43 and Martinez, 44, we r e instantly attracted to eac h other when "Dark Tide" began filming in South Africa. After 4 years together, Berry a nd Aubry, 34, an nounced their split. The y share a d a u ghter, Nabla, 2 and have been spending time together with their little girl. HALLE BERRY AND OUVIER MARTINEZ Berry recently told Vogue she and Aubry are still friends, we love each other very much and we both share .: the lo ve of our lives [he s] an amazing father." R&B Pioneer And Former WTMP OJ, Kino Coleman Dies In Miami MIAMI -Carlton "King" Coleman, a pioneer in Amer ican rhythm and blues died Saturday morning from heart failure at a Miami hospice his so n sa id. H e was 78. Coleman was known for providing the lead vocals on the 1959 hit "(Do Th e) Mashed Potatoes recorded with Jantes Brown's band. To avoid any lawsuits from Brown's label a Miami producer had Coleman sing on tl1e mostly instrumental track. Besides working with Brown, Coleman also re l eased numerous sing les of his own during his career, includ ing "Mashed Potato Man" and "The Boo Boo Song." Coleman also performed with many other rhythm and blues legends, such as B.B. King and Jackie Wilson. Coleman's son, Tony w nt on to b come B.B. drumm r. Besid s p rforming on stage, the elder Coleman CARLTON 'KING' COLEMAN also worked many years as a radio disc jockey. He started at Tampa's WfMP and eventually moved on to Miami's WFEC. He fi nally end d up at Miami's WMBM, where he was one of the city' mo t popular DJ in the late 1950s. In r nt ars Coleman r tum d to th airwa s with a ni htl radio show on WMBM which is now a gasp 1 station.

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MR. FRANK DAVIS Memorial services for Mr. Frank Davis of Tampa, who passed away Friday, September 3, 2010, will be held Wednesday, September. 15, 2010, at 11:30 a. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Michael Nealy, officiating. Mr. Davis was a native of Vernon, FL and was a longtime resident of Tampa. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving in the military for five years. He worked for United Trucking Company. He is survived by: his only daughter, April Davis of Tampa; sister, Vivian Richardson of Panama City, FL; a devoted friend, Eva Turner of Tampa; and a host of other friends. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME 1-Iarm<>n Funeral Home John W. Hannon, L.F.D. James Harmon, L F. D 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 DEACON CHARLIE W.PAULDO Deacon Charlie W. Pauldo of Tampa, passed away Saturday, September 11, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, September 16, 2010, at 1 p. m. at The Church of the Apostles, Inc. 12055 North Jackson Road, Thonotosassa, FL, 33592, with Minister Johnny M. Carter, Sr., pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Deacon Pauldo was a native of Twiggs County, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for 56 years. He attended the local schools of Twiggs County. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Floretta Jones; father, Freddie Pauldo, Sr.; 2 brothers, Lonnie Hodge and Freddie Pauldo, Jr; and a sister, Alice Jackson. He leaves to cherish his memory: a very devoted wife of 33 years, Dorothy Pauldo; 2 sons, Bobby Fred Pauldo (Marion) of Macon, GA, and Michael Story (Cheryl) of Murfreesboro, TN; daughter, Deloise Brown (Freddie) of Atlanta, GA; 4 grandchildren, Brorick and Bobby Pauldo of Macon, GA, Freddie Brown, Jr. of Atlanta, GA, and Michael T. Story of Murfreesboro, TN; 4 s i sters, Laura Dupointe (Jerome) of Tampa, Floretta Daniels (Willie), and Geneva Walker (Clarence), all of Atlanta, GA, and Gladys Levit (friend, David) of Tampa; brother, David Pauldo of Atlanta, GA; niece, Shunta Stringer; and a host of nieces and nephews; devoted friend, Roesolia Young; devoted brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Preston and Florence Mobley; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 7-8 p. m., Wednesday, September 15, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneral: home.com . "Ot.r Buslnesa Ia Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33CI05 {800) CI05-33CIO (813) Z48-e12G MS. GEORGIA ANN SMITH Ms. Georgia Ann Smith of 903 Oakhurst Place #267, Tampa, 33606, passed away Thursday, September 9, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, September 15, 2010, at 6 p. m. at First Baptist Church of West Tampa, 1302 N. Willow Avenue, with Reverend Rayford Harper, pastor, officiating. Interm ent will follow in Centerville Cemetery of Gadsen County, FL. Ms. Smith was a native of Gretna, FL, and a resident of Tampa for 48 years. She attended Gadsen County Schools and graduated from Carter-Paramore High School, class of 1965, and was a member of First Baptist Church of West Tampa. She was employed as a teacberis aide at North Tampa Alternative School. She leaves to cherish her memory : four brothers, Robert L. Chestnut of Tampa, Walter L. Smith, Jr., Alfred J. Smith (Elizabeth) and Roosevelt Baker, all of Gretna, FL; three sisters, Mary H. Long (David), Gwendolyn D. Smith and Brenda J. Dilworth, all of Gretna, FL; and other sorrowing relatives and friends and co-workers at North Tampa Alternative School. The r emains will repose from 1-4 p. m. Wednesday, September 15, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Frank Davis, Tampa. Mrs. Oletlta Lovett, Tampa. Ms. Gina Smith, Tampa. Mrs. Alice Webley, Winter Haven, FL. Mr. Oscar Wise, Tampa. EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Baby Jimari Tivonn Bronson Tampa. Ms. Patricia Strickland Jones, Tampa. Ms. Patricia McCray, Ocala. INTEGRITY FUNERAL SERVICES Mr. Arnold Gilbert, a. k. a., Mr. G, Tampa. MR. WILLIAM HOWARDGffiSON,ill Mr. William Howard Gibson, III, born March 29, 1952, departed this life on Tuesday, September 7, 2010, in his native Tampa. His parents, Bernice Roulhac Gibson and William Howard Gibson, Jr., preceded him in death. William was educated in the Hillsborough County Schools Di strict and served in the United States Army. Following his discharge, William returned to Tampa National m (/) where he pursued many of C his lifeis ambitions; playing in a band and becoming a (/) welder. William enjoyed m the simple pleasures of life. Nothing pleased him more m than sitting at the wateris S: edge waiting for the fish to tJJ bite. He leaves to cherish .mem-..... ories of him: his cousins, -'=" Vyrle Davis, Edwin Bethea, N Howard Horne, Vivian g Koonce, Joyce Martin, 0 Jacqueline Newkirk, Frank Jenkins, Virena Brown, James Connoly, Sylvia Ellis, Gould Harmon, Maudlyn Johnson, Althea Obryanz and Agatha Rollins; and his devoted and loving caregiv-er, V anira Diaz. Homegoing celebration for Mr. William Howard Gibson, III; will be held Tuesday, September 14, 2010, at 7 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Rev. Robert Glass, officiating. t The remains will repose at the funeral home on Tuesday from 5ii7 p. m. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilsonfuneralhome. Quran Burning Pastor And limbaugh Were High School Classmates Terry Jones, the Florida pastor threatening to burn a Quran on the anniversary of the 9 /11 attacks, was a high school classmate of Rush Limbaugh. "Rush Limbaugh USED to be Cape Girardeau' s most prominent export. One of his classmates from the Central High School Class of 1969 is dominated the n ews. Gregg Hopkins a Cape Central alum, r ecal l ed Jones in a com ment on the site : I knew him the early 70s He graduated from Central ( I think) in 69. He was a funny, friendly guy back then, when he was dating m y friend, Lisa. My how the year s Mr. Isaac Johnson, Brandon. Mrs. Alicia Raices, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Ms. Linda Berry of Tampa. Mr. Hilton Draper of Tllmpa. Mr. Cambell Gonzalez of St. Petersburg. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Ms. Blanca Tampa. WilSON FUNERAL HOME Rev. Abraham Robert Brown, Tampa. Mr. William H. Gibson, ill, Brandon. TERRY JONES change some people. Every picture I 'v e seen of him he s wearing an intense scowl. u. s. Soldiers Charged vrllh Killing Atuhans Twelve U .S. soldiers are facing cha'rges after mjlitary offi cials say they killed civilians .in Afghanistan for fun and collected their fingers as trophies. The men were said to be part of a secret Afghan "kill team that blew up and shot civilians at random and then collabo rat d on over..:up schemes to justify the deaths. Officials sa Staff Sergeant Calvin Gibbs was mov e d to Afghanistan after erving time in Iraq and boasted about things h e got away with. including the murder of civil ians Gibbs was the reported h ea d of th e kill team ., :::0 c Officials say at least one of the m(m collect d fingers from the dead as trophies while several of them posed Ci) for pictures with the dea. d bodie5. en

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0 .... nme Brandon Man Critical I After Being Hit Bv Car a.. w CJ) c CJ) w KEITH GIBSON .. last reported to be in critical condition Thursday. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that a Brandon man was hit by ave hicle early Thursday durin g a disturbance. According to deputies, they received a call about a distur bance involvin g several peo ple in the 6ooo block of Venezia Plac e, and that two people had been hit b y a vehi cle. When d ep uti es arrived, th ey found Keith Gibson, 25, along the e dge of th e r oad. H e was t a k e n to Tampa Gen e r a l H osp it a l in c ritical condi tion The seco nd victim fled. D e puti es are s till trying to figure o ut what th e dis tur banc e was a bout a nd get more inf ormation a b o ut th e vehicl e that s tru c k th e two m en. Th e in ves tigation i s contin umg. c a: LL c z Hit-And-Run Leaves cvclistlniured a: w > w a Sunday ni ght hit-and-run incident, St. P etersburg Po lice report that a 49yea r-old man on a bic y cle was l e ft with lif e threatening in' uries. Police did not identify the victim who was traveling c w south on 4th Street, North about 11 p.m. His bicycle :J had front and rear lighting, police said. Q. According to reports, as Z the cyclist got to 73rd Av-tij enue, North, a white sedan stru ck him from behind, a nd sent him onto the s id ewa l k Poli ce said the victi m hit hi s h ea d on th e b ase of a lig ht po le. The vehic l e l eft th e sce n e. Polic e said th e ve hi c l e could possibl y b e from th e mid 1990s with four doors and dark tinted windows It should also have damage to the right front f ende r and the right hood area could also be damaged. ..J ..J m ..J w z 0 ..J LL 221-1800 CD .... 1461 Ta11pa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ava. & scon St. -c '1 ng of l IJ:. ,c '' J" :1'Jt ,hoJia rot cc tJscd so.c, upor1 .1d'.cr : 3c'o: 10U de: :tc J S !C rCw ::REE -'' t!Cr'l JOC.;l qUJ1 or::, J>\d C)pC1 cr.CC1 Members Of Sigma Gamma Rho Sororitv Sued For Hazing Eight memb e rs of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. are facing lawsuits now that a woman that hoped to join their sorority filed a lawsuit agai nst them. Courtney Howard, 20, is s uing the sorority s i sters along with San Jose Stat e University who s h e says did not protec t from r e taliation from th e g irl s after s h e r e port e d th e ir a bu s ive b e h avior. Acco rding to Howard's court papers, m e mb e r s of the so r o rity told h e r that "s nitches ge t s titch e s and warned her not t o drop th e lin e because s h e' d hav e to b e "jumped out as though s h e were in a gang. In one in s t a n ce Howard claim s that s h e a nd two other p l edges wer e b lin dfolded and s pray e d with a h ose. Another t im e s h e s a ys they were hit with wooden s poons s l am med into wa lls and p unch ed in the stomach. Howard says s h e s uffer ed from welt s, bruises, a nd a knee injur y an d witnessed a pledge be knocked uncon scio u s before being taken into the shower to awaken. She is seeking an unspeci-Man Arrested For Defending Home From Gang A Long Island, New York Blac k man has been arrested for l etting lose with his AK-47 assault rifle in what he sa ys was an attempt to stop a hom e in vas ion from a gang. George Grier, says h e thought h e had n o o th er choic but to brandi h a nd fire hi s automatic weapon Sunday when he thought members of the dreaded stree t gang MS-13 were abou t to bombard hi s home. His ac tions l and d him in jail. Grier say th incid e nt s tarted when h e was att e mpt in g to dri ve to a relatives house when he saw what he thought were five members of the notorious street gang MS-13 on his property, Grier says the sight of the gun only infuriated the group who dared him to use the weapon, and that the argu m ent onl y attracte d more n ea rby gang memb e r s to the scene. That is wh e n Grier says th e men began to issue death threats, Area police us e at technol ogy called ShotSpotter which directs authorities to the loca tion of shots fired. Police ar rived sh01tly after and arrested Grier with fe lon y reckl e ss endangerment PRINCESS ODOM, MONIQUE HUGHES, NICOLE REMBLE AND JOSLYN BEARD fied amo unt of damages. The San Jose State chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho has bee n s u spended and four of the girls Princess Odom, Monique Hughes, Nicole Remble and Joslyn Beard ----hav e alread y been convicted of misdemeanor hazing in criminal court tenced to 90 days in jail and two y ears probation. Man Arrested With $1,540 cash Tied To Bodv Florida police were shocked this week after arresting a man and discovering over $1,000 in cash tied to his scrotum Steven Black, 22, is in po lic e custody after authorities say he and hi s accomplices tried to l eave a b a nk after at tempting t o cash a fra udulent c heck using a sto l en driver's l ice n se According to police and se cret service agents w ho we re called to assist in the arrest, Black, Tara Funk Brandon Taylor, Jearvon Jackson and Kevin Robinson were part of a nationwide identity theft ring. Police say they were Ca.lled to a Bank Of America after Funk attempted to cash a check in the institution's drive-thru. Tellers say they noticed the fraudulent information and attempted to hold her till po-STEVEN BlACK lice came but Funk drove awa y Police pursued the vehicle leading to a police chase that ended with the getaway vehi cle hitting a light post. Two males-steven Black, and another unidentified man, fled on foot before being chased do'wn by officers. When police searched them they found $1,540 in cash tied to Black's scrotum with a shoe lace. All five suspects have been booked into jail on fraud related charges. UncleSandv As adults we have to care 2, 5, 9 10 ecause if we 14, 18, 22, 26 don't care r pretend we don' t 30, 33, 37, 40 obody else will care, and all is lost 1, 43, 49, so

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Class ifi.ed,,s 1.\;;;;;;;;11 II EMPLOYMENT II 991NTHE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE 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/kla ABDUL G. ABAWI and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or aliv e whether sai d unknown are persons heirs, dev isees, grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ABDUL GHANI ABAWI a!kla ABDUL G. ABAWI ; BOYETTE CREEK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC; TENANT VUNKNOWN TENANT ; and TENANT It/UNKNOWN TENANT in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) SECOND AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgmen t/ Order entered in the above noted case that I w ill sell to the fbllowing 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 f i nal bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court F inal 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 OFTHE 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 T HIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8nO. Dated this ru.t day of August. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By : I s / TONY A R 1 UCKER DEPUTY CLERK INVITATION TO BID Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail Cardinal Contractors Inc is seeking bid proposals and quotes from Disadvantaged Minority / Disadvantaged Women Business Enterprise Review (DM/ DWBE ) subcontractors and suppliers for the Hillsborough County South County AWTP Sludge Processing Conversion EECBG3 Bid No : ITB C-0288 -0-201 0 /DV which bids on September 23, 2010 at 2:00PM. AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Plans may be viewed at: Cardinal Contractors Inc., 2201 Cantu Court Suite 202 Sarasota FL Phone: (941) 377-8555 Fax: (941) 377-8542 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Florida seeks sealed bids from qualified b idde r s for the Wast ewater Connec tion Project at Trapnell Elementary School, Turkey Creek Middle S chool and R obinson Elementary S chool. The scope of the project includes wastewater connections to public utility and abandonment of wastewa ter treatment pla nts with an estim ated construction cost between $1,000 000 and $2,000,000. Experienced Daycare Director!Teacher Wanted Apply At: Kidz Cove 208 West Frances Or Call (813) 507-6000 Live In Assistant For Older Couple Single Woman With No Dependants Age 49-65 Preferred Must Have Reliable Transportation Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Publ i c Schools ( HCPS ) Pro cufe ment Department on the 3rd F loor of the Raymond 0 She lton School Administrat ive Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa Flor ida 33602 until bid open ing at 3 :00 p m on Tuesday September 28, 2010 The b id documents include spec ific b id subm ittal requirements. Pass A Background Check HCPS maintains general requ i rements applicable to all construct i on-related bids on the HCPS web site at http J/ 168 254 1 .35/ document s/ standard s/i ndex htm HCPS will host a non mandatory pre b id conference at 10: 30 a m on Tuesday September 14, 2010 at Trapnell Elementary School 1605 West Trapnell Road Plant C ity, FL 33567 Attendees must sign in a nd present a photo ID t o gain access to the conference The bid docum ents identify specific requirements tor bid and sure ty bonds and i nsuranc e Th e successful bidder must provide evi dence of required insurance pr i or to proceeding w i th the work B i dders are subject to the HCPS Small Business Encouragement Program as descr i bed in the bid documents Bidders may obtain a complete set of bid documents in PDF tor mat on CD at no cost from Keith Bachmann P.E., Key Engineering Associates, Inc 4562 Rutledge Drive Palm Harbor FL 34685 Phone : 727-781-1111 HCPS r ese rves the right to award the bid to the lowest and/or best responsible bidder, to waive any informality or irregularity i n any bid or to reject any and all bids received THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS II Dependable And Trust Worthy Medical Training Or Background Preferred In Exchange For Free Rent & Free Utilities Call (706) 955-5200 FOR RENT Condo 2 Bedroorn/2 Bath Section 8 Ok (813) 949-3482 South Tampa 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Townhouse Washer / Dryer Hook-up Fenced Patio Section 8 Ready $850 00/Monthly Call (813) 451-9201 PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition-Thursday@ "12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ "12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 "1 -20 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad II -4 c m CJ) c CJ) m "'0 -4 m s: m m :tl ...... N 0 ...... 0 ., r-0 :tl c > CJ) m z :::! z m r-I m c rr-m :::! z "'0 c m r-en. ::::t m c m < m :tl -< -4 c m CJ) c > z c ., .:c c ...... ...,

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0 ,.... 0 II N ..;-,.... a: II w m ::: w .... c. w en c en w :::;) .... c a: u.. c z c en w :::;) .... w > w c w ::t: en :::i m :::;) c. z w ...J ...J :::;) m ...J w z z w en C a: 0 ...J u.. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF VENTURA CIVIL DIVISION Case Number: 56-2010-00365162-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 pap ers are served on you to file a written response a t this court and have a copy served on the pla i ntiff 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 i nformation 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 Thfi!re 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 a ttorney 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 dism iss the case. AVISO! Lo demandado. Si no responde dentro de 30 d ias Ia corte puede dec idir en su contra sin escuc har su version. Le Ia informacion a continuacion Tiene 30 DIAS DE CALENDARIO despues de que le enteguen esta citac i6n y papeles legales para presentar una respuosta por escrito en esta conte y hacer que se entroque una copia a l demandante Una carla o una llamada telefonica no lo protegen. Su r espuesta por escri t o li e nen que est a r en formate legal correcto si desea que proce sen 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 leyes de su condado o en Ia corte que le quede mas cerca Si no puede pagar Ia c uota de presentacion pida al secre tario de Ia corte que le de un formulario de exenci6n d e paga de c uot as Si no presenta su respuesta a tiemp pued e p e rder el caso por incumplimento y Ia corte le podra quitar su sueido dinero y bienes sin mas advertencia Hay otros requisite s l egales Es recomendable que liame a un abogado inmediatamente S i no conoce a un abogado, puede liamar a un servicio de remision a abogados Si no puede para a un abogado es posible que cumpia con los requi stos pa r a obtener servicios legales gratuitos de un programa de servicio s legales sin fine s de lur co Puede encon trar estos grupo s sin fines de lucro en el sit io web de California Legal Services (www lawhelpcalifornia org). en el Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cal ifornia, ( www sucorte ca.gov) a poniendo se en con t acto con Ia corte o el coleglo de abogados locales AVISO : Por ley Ia corte Iiane dercho a reclamar las cuotas y los costas exentos por imponer un gravamen sobre cualquier recupercion de 410 000 mas de valor recibida median t e un acuerdo o una concesion de arbitraje en un caso d e derecho ci vil. T ienen que pagar el gravamen d e le corte an tes de que Ia corte pueda desechar el caso The name and address of the court is: El nombre y direccion de Ia corte es : SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF VENTURA 800 SOUTH VICTORIA AVENUE 800 SOUTH VICTORIA AVENUE VENTURA CA 93003 The name address and telephone number of the plaintiff s attorney. Is: (EI nombre Ia direcc io n y e l num ero de tel e fono del abogado del demandante o del demandant qu e no fienen abogado es: Richard L. Francis (SBN 70884) Law Offices of Richard L. Francis & Associates 711 South A Street Oxnard, CA 93030 805) 486-5898 (805) 486-2242 Date (Fecha) January 6. 2010. MICHAEL D. PLANET Executive Officer and Clerk (Secretarlo) By: /s/ M AKUNA GO DEPUTY (ADJUNTO) NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED: You are ser ved a s a n individual defendant II LEGAL NOTICE Reginald Remon Green the natural person and REGINALD REMON GREEN, the artificial Person, hereby proclaim, declare and renounce for the public record : I am not 14th Amendment United States eitzen, 3/5 of a human nor chattel property previously claimed by the U.S A defacto government and corporate Entities My free National and Correct style is Supreme Sumari El Bey and shall be this from this day forward See public records, Circuit Court Hillsborough County Florida #201 0297362, 0 BK 20063, PG 72-78 filed 09/02/2010 at 04:42 : 53 p.m By Deputy Clerk BLOGGANS HOMES FOR RENT II Progress Village Area RENTTO OWN 6 Bedroom/ 2 Bath Home Move-In Ready! 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0 T"" 0 C\1 ,... 0: w m :E W 1-a. w en >=' <( 0 en w ;:) 1-0 0: u. 0 z <( 0 en w ;:) 1->-0: w > w 0 w J: en ::J m ;:) a. z MakLng This Right Beaches Claims Cleanup Economic Investment Environmental Restoration Health and Safety Wildlife For general information visit: bp com For help or information : (866) 448-5816 restorethegulf .gov Facebook: BP America Twitter : @BP America YouTube: BP For claims information visit: bp com/claims floridagulfresponse com C 2010 BP, E&P I was born i n New Orleans. My family still lives here We have to restore the Gulf communities for the shrimpers fishermen, hotel and restaurant owners who live and work here. Iris Cross, BP Community Outreach No oil has flowed into the Gulf for weeks. But we know this is just the beginning of our work. BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup in the Gulf and that includes keeping you informed Restoring Gulf Communities We can't undo this tragedy But we can help people get back on their feet. We have been working with im pacted communities s i nce day one Partner ing with local governments and community organizations my j ob is to listen to people's needs and frustrations and find ways to help. We have 1 9 commun i ty centers and teams in four states listening and helping. Restoring The Economy BP i s here i n Gulf commun i ties with shr i mpers, fishermen hotel and restaurant owners help ing to make them whole. More than 120,000 claim payments totaling over $375 million have already gone to people affected by the spill We have committed a $20 billion inde pendent fund to pay all legitimate claims including lost incomes until people impacted can go back to work And none of this will be paid by taxpayers BP has also given grants of $87 million to the states to help tourism recover and br ing people back to the Gulf beaches Restoring The Environment We 're going to keep looking for oil and cleaning it up if we find it. Teams will r emain in place for as l ong as it takes to restore the Gulf Coast. And we've dedicated $500 million to work with local and national scientific experts on the impac t of the spill and to restore environmental damage. Thousands of BP emp loyees have their roots in the Gulf We support over 10,000 jobs in the region and people here are our neighbors We know we haven't always been perfect but we will be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal. We will do everything we can to make this right.