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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area VOL. 66 NO. 89 TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Entrepreneur Brings Business--To Old Neighborhood SEE PAGE 8 One 01 Tampa's Oldest Citizens DiesAt108 SEE PAGE 14 eti11 Car Identified In Fatal Hit-And Run Accident SEE PAGE 15 ORGANIZATION RECEIVES $1 MILLION GRANT TO HELP YOUNG OFFENDERS Last week, the U. S. Department of Labor selected the Computer Mentors Group, Inc., as one of 15 organizations in the country to receive a grant to help young offenders. During a press conference Monday, U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor and several members of the community gathered to announce the award to the community. The grant, valued at $1,007,149,000, is to benefit 66 young offenders with necessary training. Computer Mentors Group, Inc., was the only organization in the southeastern United States to become a recipient of the grant. Attending the press conference were from left to right: Ethan Floyd, a former student and now summer employee of Computer Mentors, Inc.; Mrs. Doretha Edgecomb, School Board Chair; U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor; Ralph Smith, Founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, I nc.; State Representative Betty Reed; and Hillsborough County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr. (Photography by BRUNSON). "-

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Features 1 Year Anniversan: Streets Named To Honor OHicers Killed In line 01 Dutv DONTAE MORRIS ... Charged in the deaths of five people including Tampa Police Officers Jeffrey Kocab and David Curtis BY IRIS B. Sentinel City Editor In April the Florida Senate passed SB 782 to pay tribute to five bay area police officers killed in the line of duty in 2010. The measure takes effect on Friday, July 1st . The bill allows for markers bearing the names of the qfficers to be placed on the streets where the officers died. However, the street names and addresses will not change. A portion of North 50th Street, in Hillsborough County will pay tribute to Tampa Police Officers Jeffrey A. Kocab and David L. Curtis. OFFICER DAVID CURTIS .. fatally shot June 29th The bill also designates that part of State Road 687, in Pinellas County, honor St. Petersburg Police Sgt. Thomas J. Baitinger, Officer Jeffrey A. Yaslowitz and Officer DavidS. Crawford. Wednesday, June 29th (tomorrow) will mark the first anniversary of the death of Officers Curtis and Kocab. They died shortly after 2 a. m., on June 29th, after a traf fic stop in 3200 block of N. 50th Street, located in the Highland Pines-Grant Park area. The Shooting During the early hours of June 29, 2010, Officer David Curtis, 31, was unable to see the license plate FREE Professional Service Alert: The Florida Law states That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical care ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495 Toll Free 1 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B. Patty Aclverllsmg Inc. OFFICER JEFFREY KOCAB ... fatally shot June 29th on a 1994 red Toyota Camry and attempted to conduct a traffic stop. The driver, later identified as Ms. Cortnee Brantley, pulled over near the intersection of N. 50th Street and E. 23rd Avneue. Officer Jeffrey Kocab, also 31, served as his backup unit during the traffic stop. Dontae Morris was the pas senger, police said. The officers learned that an active warrant existed for Morris and attempted to take him into custody. Morris allegedly shot both officers at close range and fled on foot. Ms. Brantley fled in the vehicle. Three woinen, Ms. Renee Roundtree, Ms. Wislande "Rose" Louis-Paul Dodson, and Ms. Delores Keen, who lived in the area heard the gunshots and after going outside, saw the officers on the ground and called for help. Officer Kocab was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at Tampa General Hospital. Officer Curtis was placed on life support and pronounced dead at 8:30 a.m., that Tuesday. The Manhunt Following the shooting, police initiated the largest manhunt for Morris in the history of Hillsborough County. The reward reached more than $100,000 before Morris surrendered, three days after the shooting. Within hours of his arrest, Ms. Brantley and Dwayne Calloway, Morris' brother w e r e a lso tak e n into custody. Morris was charged with the first degree murders of Tampa Police Officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab. Morris also faces murder charges in the shooting deaths of Derek Anderson, Harold Wright, and Rodney Jones; that took place before the officers were killed. Anderson, 21, was killed in the Kenneth Court Apartments on May 18, 2010; Jones, 42, died on May 31, 2010, while outside the Cotton Club; and the body of Wright, 25, was found on the roadway beside his car June 8 2010. Tampa Native Is Murdered In Small Georgia Town m en c c.. c: z m 1\) 0) 1\) 0 ..... ..... A Tampa native was one of two victims murdered in Wadley, Georgia late Thursday night. Several agencies are partici pating in the investigation. According to information in the Augusta Chronicle on Friday, Melanie Troupe, 22, formerly of Tampa, and Corey Kemp are the victims. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) arrested 30-year-old Willie James Kitchen Friday afternoon in Wadley and charged him with 2 counts of malice murder in connection with the 2 deaths. He may face additional charges. Officials are releasing limit ed details about the deaths. According to news accounts, the 2 bodies were found in a house about midnight Thursday that had been set afire. The house belongs to Ms. Frankie May Oglesby, grandmother of Ms. Troupe. Kitchens was taken into cus tody from a home on the same MELANIE TROUPE street where the fire occurred (Barbara Street). The daughter of Cedrick Troupe and Stephanie Staples, Melanie graduated from Jefferson High School and moved to Wadley to live with her grandmother, family members in Tampa said. Ms. Troupe is the mother of a 2year-old son, Malachi. Funeral services in Tampa are planned for later this week with Ray Williams Funeral Home handling services. ., r 0 :::D en m z .... z m r $1M Grant Provides Unique Opponunitv For Computer Mentors m c: r r z "'tJ c: m r BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor. On Monday, U S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor held a press conference at Computer Mentors Group, Inc., 2802 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. The press conference was to discuss the federal grant recently given to the organization to equip young former inmates return as success sto ries. The $1,007,149,000 grant was one of 15 awarded to organizations throughout the country by the U. S. Department of Labor. Computer Mentors was the only organization in the southeastern United States to become a recipient. The grant allows for 66 young adults to participate in the program. Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, Inc., said, "This is the largest announcement I have made in the 15 year history of Computer Mentors. This grant completes the final area of the community that we have been trying to reach. We have the Youth Program, the New STEM 360 Program that is in middle schools; and the Senior Citizens Program. But we did n't have any way to reach the young adults This provides a unique opportunity for the young adults between 18 and 24 who may not have chosen the right path." en U.S. Congresswoman ::::t Castor said, "This is a very meaningful Civil Justice Care m Grant. We are the only ones in < the state to receive it, largely m because of the work that has < already been done. "It gives young adults a sec-m ond chance. They need the opportunity and they need to have hope and that is what -< this does." ):lo Ethan Floyd, a summer employee of Computer ., Mentors Group, Inc. is an in-;:!;! house success story. Floyd, C who recently graduated from Blake High School, will attend Howard University in the fall as a Pre-Law major. Rep. Betty Reed has been involved in the program since its inception, including serv ing on its Board of Directors n could feel Ralph's passion about this program and lim so happy for him. But he needs a new building. Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., said, This is a great program and lim going to meet with Mike Merrill to see what buildings the County has available." Those enrolled in the program will receive computer training, will have the opportunity to earn their GEDs, earn stipends and they will be required to serve as ambassadors of soCiety. They will also be required to complete community serVice that includes providing refur-bished computers to Title I C) schools.

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.... Editorials/Columns tO N w z :::;) .., >;' C( c en w :::;) 1-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. 1930-2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.D0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.06-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expreaaec:l on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher School Food Fed Program To The Foxil C G overnor Rick Scott and Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam are, no doubt, grinning for victory > these days in lieu of the Gubernator's recent transfer of the responsibility for school food quality from the State en Department of Education to Putnam's Department of W Agriculture and Consumer Services. Gushed Putnam, "Obviously, we're thrilled that the governor has em> braced our vision for improving the quality of what our ffi kids eat in the school system." > Yet, in the midst ofhand-pumping, "high-fiving," and back-slapping, we have several questions that we' d like w answered. And they are as follows. l: Agriculture Commissioner Putnam speaks about embracing a vision for improving the quality of what our m kids eat etc. What vision? Has anyone seen a vision? And K what is wrong with the current quality of what students z are served at local and state schools? Given a budget cut j::: that often sees food choices going from first-choice to third-choice, is Commissioner Putnam envisioning ...J menus that include T-hone steaks (first-choice), or is he simply referring to a situation that will no doubt, see state ...J representatives cozying closer to Florida's big farm corW porate conglomerates? Will we see more orange juice for students, more Z strawberries, cantaloupes and such, or will we simply see the bills for such tasty treats escalate while both the Guct bernator and the Agriculture Tsar sing a scrumptious duo C of "Let'em Eat Cake," in the key of Corporate Vitamin ii: "C?" 9 Indeed, we smell a rat, or is it simply the stench of upu.. scale Spam? Readers and students, keep your eyes peeled and your nostrils flared for the school menu vision everyone in Tallahassee is talking about. President Keeps His Promise About Our Troops In Afghanistan I f we were President Barack Obama, regarding his recent decision to bring our men and women home from the mountains of Mghanistan, our first question to prospective detractors would be, "HOW DO YOU LIKE ME, NOW?" For, no matter what he does, or does not do, certain GOP leaders, so-called Tea Partiers, and avowed "in your face" racists will find something wrong with the President's decision to bring our troops home. WE on the other hand, are proud of a president who says what he means, and by hell-or-high-water, does what he says. "':t No doubt, President Obama has seen it and knows that w it is true. The time for war is quickly passing. Most if not jf many of the players on the war stage are either dead, wish Questions About The Million Man March The Million Man March has to go down in his tory as one of the greatest events of the Civil Rights Movement The event was held on October 16, 1995. It was or ganized by Minister Louis Farrakhan and a collection of other Civil Rights organiza tions. It was a march on Wash ington, it was a day of atone ment, it was a Civil Rights events it was a thing of beauty, and it was a heart-warming oc casion. The event was labeled the Million Man March, but I understand that men, women and children of all ages were there. I wasn't there, but friends of mine told me that all races of people were there for the oc casion on the Capitol Mall in Washington, D. C. They told me that an atmosphere oflove, peace, happiness and contentment prevailed all over the place and throughout the event. I was told that at the Mil lion Man March there were people there who met each other for the first time ever, but that there were no strangers there. Depending on who you ask, somewhere be tween 250,000 and one mil lion people were on the mall for the occasion. The spirit of brotherhood was prevalent. I understand that people hugged, shook hands, prayed, sang songs, and talked abun dantly about making life better in the United States, in cities and communities. I was told that people gave freely of their Classical Musicians: Opera Singers S ince June is celebrated as Black Music Month, let's take a look at some contribu tions made by American Blacks to world music. Instead of fo cusing on the limited genres of spirituals, jazz, blues, rhythm and rock and roll, we will cele brate the contributions made by Black classical musicians. There have been and continues to be many Black composers, conductors, musicians and singers involved in the world of opera and symphonic music. How many Black classical composers, arrangers, conduc tors, musicians, and singers can you name? If your answer is limited to one or more of the usual four well-known artists, Marian Anderson, Roland Hayes, Leontyne Price, or Mattiwilda Dobbs, then this column is dedicated to you. Four Black female classical sopranos who ha v e impressive performance history are Adele Addison (soprano) Betty Lou Allen (mezzo-soprano), Martina Arroyo (soprano,) and Grace Bumbry (mezzo soprano). Addison received her mu sical training at Westminster Choir College and the Univer sity of Massachusetts in 1963. She made numerous recital tours to Canada and Russia with opera companies and per formed the soloist opening concert at Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center (Washington, D. C.) in 1962. Ohio native Betty Lou Allen studied at Wilberforce University, Hartford School of Music (1950) and the Berkshire Music Center (1957). Allen de buted with the New York City Opera Company in "Four Saints Three Acts." She toured with man y symphony orches tras and opened the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library Con cert Hall in 1971. Martina Arroyo launched an impressive and re warding career as an operatic and orchestral soloist at a money and that a lot of money was collected at the Million Man March, I was also told that the peo ple departed the Capitol Mall determined to go back to their communities and make a dif ference. Crime would be re duced, guns and weapons would be reduced, killings would be reduced and men would be better role models for children. Now, 16 years later, I have seen absolutely no changes. No one has ever said how much money was collected at the Million Man March, how the money was or what happened to the money. In short, 16 years later, we have a million questions about the Million Man March. Was the Million Man March just a giant con game? Was it just for show? And will anything constructive ever come out of such a magnificent event? One very important question from the March is can the spirit of brotherhood that existed on October 16th, 1995 be created throughout America every day? debut appearance at the Metro politan Theatre in New York in the title role of" Aida in 1965. Arroyo enjoyed singing en gagements with opera houses in Austria, Germany, England, and South America. In addition to her operatic appearances, Arroyo fre quently performed as guest soloist with many of the world's major orchestras. Her memo rable appearance was in the title role in "Madame Butterfly" and as Elvira in Ernani." Grace Bumbry was the first Black performer to sing at the Wagner Festival in Bayreuth, Germany, and was asked to sing at a formal White House state dinner by President John F. Kennedy. After studying at Boston and Northwestern Universities, Bumbry traveled to many Eu ropean countries performing in operatic capitals of the world. Returning to the United States, Bumbry performed at Carnegie Hall and the Metro politan. Her most memorable performance was as Leonora in Verdi's "La Forza del Des tino These women serve as re minders that there are other avenues to becoming popular in the music world classical music is an option to consider. Until next time, I sing, "Harambee!" they were dead, or are currently on Death Row. And though the war with our enemies is far from over, the war which faces too many fellow Americans is not a war of bullets, but is a war of bills (i.e., light bills, water bill, car, bills, house bills, etc.). The time has come for Anierica to focus on the economy first and tanks second. We can now be inspired the dollars saved by modifying our war footing in Mghanistan and Iraq will be diverted to a continuous war on poverty and middle-class erosion. No, we are not ostriches with our heads in the sand about the situations in the Middle East and elsewhere around the world. Instead, we only applaud Pres. Obama for having foresight to see that American strength and resolve begins at home. Bravo, Mr. President. You are a man of your word. Let us hope American voters are likewise.

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Members of the Bowers family assembled in Tampa for their annual reunion. The banquet was held at the Sheraton Hotel. Bay area officers present included Oeft-right): Constance Bowers, Vice President; David W. Bowers, Sr., President; and Ruth Bowers, Secretary. Friends and family gathered recently for the Peterson and Blakwell wedding. Among the quests in attendance were: Simone Ames, Theresa Mitchell, Karen Cameron and Karen Bing. 'Around The Town' Florida Sentinel photographer took the picture of Paul Thompson, Carroll Mitchell, Valerie Mitchell, Pat White and Daniel Wheeler at a soth Wedding Anniversary Reception. Horoscopes Cancer (June 22-July 22)-Your communication is landing c... right on the mark. Add some spice with humor and with common C:: sense grounded in facts. Discuss money, and choose for practical-N Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-You're on a roll. Resourceful produc-! tivity on work projects gets fed by your quick wit and energy. Let friends and family know what you're up to. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Review the logical steps. Define your terms, and prepare in private. Write creatively, and then sell it. There may be travel involved. Keep your pitch brief. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -When you aren't looking, you find the answer in quiet thought. Poetry and philosophy inspire. Collect an old debt, although it may require extra persistence. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Find partnership in the most un usual places. Your mind and mouth are on the same track, so speak out for what you believe in. People are listening. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You will be able to a,ccom plish more than usual now. Get into action after thorough consid eration. Maintain optimism about a new leadership role. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Build a dynamic vision. A partner moves you closer. Get professional advice, and write it all down. Hone the specific words. Share them with others. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Take advantage of a twist of fate, and ask friends for advice. Expand your portfolio, and increase your stride. You can grow to where you want to be. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Expand your territory in the di rection ofleast resistance. A practical partner holds the key. Do the work with loving support, and succeed. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-Write down your wants, wishes and desires, for yourself and for others. Use wit and common sense to create an entertaining plan. These words become great promo material. Taurus (Apri12o-May 20)-Internal dialogue subsides, al lowing for peace. Refine your speech; read the fine print; and take time to review the big picture. Get an expert opinion for extra points. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Today is an 8-Discuss financial details with an accountant, and stick to the plan. This provides ease, workability and peace of mind. An antique figures into the picture. Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN -Cara assures Opal that she won't hurt Tad; Amanda experiences stomach cramps; Bianca makes a confes sion to Marissa. Marissa reconnects with JR; Griffin tells Bianca and Kendall that he's leaving Pine Valley; David warns Jane not to get too close with Ryan.Ryan asks Tad if he will marry him and Greenlee; Dixie continues to stir restlessly in her sleep; Kendall and Griffin have an awkward good-bye. ., r-0 :!! c )> en m z -4 z m r-m c:: r r-!!I z c:: m r-ii) J: m c m < m -4 c m en i Oi( )> z c BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Thorne grills Ridge about why he and Brooke broke up; Taylor expresses her gratitude to Stephanie; Hope urges her mother not to let go of Ridge so easily; Steffy gloats about her parents' reunion; Brooke and Ridge share a painful and emotional good-bye. Bill and Liam pay Amber a visit; Ridge and Taylor talk about their future together; Brooke begins to work on her new charitable foundation; Stephanie is overwrought with guilt when Brooke makes a painful admission. Dayzee con fronts Thomas about being emotionally distant; Hope and Liam have cause for celebration; Eric tries to figure out what's causing Stephanie distress; Taylor visits Brooke to tell her of the future that she's planning with Ridge. ;B DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Nicole agrees to give Bo DNA evidence against EJ and Stefano; Rafe and Sami celebrate Will and Gabi's i graduation; Abigail informs Jennifer that Carly filled a prescription Oi( under a different name; Melanie lies to Det. McCarthy about Dario. Jennifer sees that early's in love with Daniel; Brady learns that Dario helped cover for him; EJ tells Stefano that impostor Rafe killed Fay; Chloe has a surprise visit with Parker, but it gets inter rupted; Rafe and Sami sign on to Bo and Hope's plan. Kate decides that Chad and Abigail's closeness must be nipped in the bud; EJ proposes to Taylor; Bo and Hope ambush one of Stefano's minions; Maggie tells Victor about how Melanie asked for her help in pre venting a DiMera-Kiriakis war. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sonny sheds light on Luke's past for Dante; Kristina remains brazen about her interest in Ethan; Brenda and Sonny manage to put their troubles to the side for a little ro mance. Lulu accepts a job at a brothel; Jason confesses his feelings to Sam; Lucky tries to get through to Nik about Aiden's true pater nity. Steve asks Robin and Patrick to investigate Siobhan's surgery error; Sonny finds out that Jax has a subpoena for Brenda to testify against him; Edward welcomes Michael and Abby to their first day of work at ELQ. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-The man with Todd's original face arrives at Todd's house; Todd and Tea get into a blowout; Dorian and David urge Kelly to reunite with Joey. Echo tells Viki that Dorian is re sponsible for the damage to Clint's heart when she didn't call for help soon enough; Rama admits to Cristian the real reason why she allowed Virna! to believe she was pregnant. Viki urges Jessica not to throw away her relationship with Brody; Ford abducts Jessica; Deanna and Nate are frantic about Rick's threats to expose Nate's part in Matthew's injury. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Phyllis has doubts about raising Lucy; Ashley fears Tucker will remember the accident. Abby :1ll sees a familiar face in rehab; Kay confronts Victor about her suspi-)j cions. Victoria considers accepting Victor's offer; Diane recants her testimony against Ashley.

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c a: LL c z c( c en w ..... > a: w > w :I: en :J m a. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z About You! TAMMIE And JOSEPH MICKENS-I would like wish my wife, Tammie, a happy 41st birth day. Love you always, "Mickey." Preacher Manl seellllna Christian FellowshiP RODNEYK. LAUDERDALE Write Rodney K. Lauderdale, #41127-048, FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0 Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. Haupv Birthdav ERICA HOLLAND Erica Holland is cele brating her 13th birthday June 28th. She is an 8th grader at Stewart Middle Magnet School, a member of the Na tional Junior Honor Society, John Glenn Top Gun Space Academy and School Ambas sador. She plays in the orchestra and also plays the violin and piano. Her parents are: Eric and Vandelon Holland of Eve's Catering; and her grandp11;rents are Jean Tim and Wilson Robertson, Jr. Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website Now With On-line Advertising And More! www. flsentinel.com Local Conservatorv To Host 'TamJa's Bot Talent' Competition BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday, July 10th, the Patel Conservatory will host the "Tampa's Got Talent" com petition. The winners of the competition will receive full scholarships for fall classes at the Conservatory. The event will take place at the Straz per forming Arts Center. Members of the Tampa community are invited to take part in the event. Contestants will be re quired to perform a prepared two-minute performance be fore a panel of judges in one or more of the following cate gories of voice, dance, theater and musical instrument. This is the third year the Conservatory has sponsored the event. Last year, the Con servatory awarded four schol arships to contenders in the "Tampa's Got Talent" Competition. Last year, Ms. Jayne Trinette, a St. Petersburg ac tress, who performs at the American Stage Theater Com pany, is a member of Actors' Equity Association. She re ceived her B.F.A. from North Carolina A & T State Univer sity was a scholarship winner. Ms. Trinette has played several notable roles that in clude a role in the national MS. JAYNE TRINEITE ... One oflastyear's scholarship winners tour of The Lion King and the musical Caroline, or Change. Performances at the American Theater Stage Com pany include the play Fences and her recent portrayal of singer and actress Lena Horne. "This is a wonderful tunity to sharpen audition skills and to have the chance to win a scholarship to one of our classes. We offer so much vari ety, there's a class for just about everyone, of every age and skill level," Ms. Wendy Leigh, Straz Center Vice Pres ident Of Education said. To register for the competi tion or to obtain more infor mation call (813) 222-6453 or visit the web site at www.patel conservatozy.org. Our MilitarH Men And Women Airman Completes Basic Training Air Force Airman Britta R. Peterson graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL G'slp Street Approved I I Hood Certified She is the daughter of Rebecca Peterson, of Tampa, and Curtis Peterson, of Riverview. Airman Peterson graduated from Riverview High School in 2007. 24
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Local NAACP Political Action Comminee To Host Meeting BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the Hillsbor ough County Branch of the NAACP' s Political Action Committee are inviting the community to attend a meet ing Tuesday, July 51 \ at 5 :30 p.m., at the Lee Davis Neigh borhood Service Center, 3402 N. 22nd Street. The theme of the meeting is "My Voice, My Vote, My Power --Taking Back My Community." During the meeting, mem bers will register those voters who have not registered. They will also provide information to educate the community concerning the voting process, discuss voter suppression, and implement a strategic plan of action to ensure voter partici pation, Ms. Yvette Lewis, Political Action Chairperson, Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP said. Ms. Lewis further said the Political Action Committee is also calling on other organi zations, associations, sorori ties, fraternities, and others to attend the meeting. Some of the information to be shared includes the Voter Rights Bill; how to register to vote; ownership of our com munity; adopt a precinct; poll watchers; voter registration drives; nurs,ng homes, and as sisted living facilities; and vot ers dropped from the voting list. A representative from the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office has been invited to attend the meeting also. Mrs. Carolyn Collins is the president of the Hillsbor ough County Branch NAACP. Ms. Patricia Spencer is the Branch Secretary. For addi tional information about the meeting, contact Ms. Lewis at (813) 234-8683. c c.. c: z m N _?) N c ;....... ..... "T1 I'"'" 0 ::rJ c )> C/) m z :::! z m I'"'" m c: I'"'" I'"'" m :::! z "tJ c: m I'"'" c;; :::1: m c m < m -t c: m C/) c )> z c "T1 c

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cD i He Put A Ring On II With respect to the popu- w c w ::c tn :::J m ::::) Q. z ti ..1 ..1 ::::) m ..1 w z w tn c( c a: 0 ..1 u. Lord. So she said, 'well, I love the Lord, too, and if you need somebody to pray With or study with, I'm the one.' I told her that's what I needed. We started talking from there." The two began studying regularly together and found that their relationship was moving to another level. "The more we talked, the more we found out we cared about each other," says 2002 N. Rome AvetJUe-Tampa, Plomh. Dr. C. T. KirlrlMld, Furor Tlltmt: 'T niDing Oar Youtb To Becffmt Pceputd Youtb I1J Todl.y's Timt' Gueet Evangelist Minister Darrell 6rown l'r6sldent of the National Baptist Convention Youth & Children of Amerlc;a, Inc. David. "She met some of my people and I met some of her people and we began doing more things together like going out eating and at tending events. People started asking if we were husband and wife and we'q tell them not yet!'" Then it happened. One fateful day back in Decem ber, David arrived at the center with a small little box hidden in his pant pocket. "We have breakfast every morning at the center. So, after I finished eating, I went off to read my devotion. When I came back, I pulled the ring out and got down on one knee, [right there in front of everybody.] She was lost for words!" "I started giggling and I put my hands over my mouth," says Christina. "The ladies around me teased me saying 'look at her, giggling like a teenager.'" Eighty-year-old David and 75-year-old Christina are now Mr. and Mrs. David Pittman, sealing their love for life in a small ceremony just a few short weeks ago. It's an event Mrs. Pittman says was an answer to her prayers. "I used to say to the Lord, 'with all these men out here, there's got to be one who will love me for me and riot use me as a bus stop."' Although both were mar ried before in years past, they say hands down, love is sweeter when it's seasoned. "It's an altogether different relationship," says Mrs. Pittman. "Before, you're out there satisfying yourself. Now, in our maturing, we give more attention to doing it God's way. We made a vow that we would include the Lord in our relationship and not do anything to make the Lord angry with it. Look at the result!" Entrepreneur Brings Business Venture To-Childhood Neighborhood BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Excitement was building in Charmaine Jackson as she prepare to host the grand opening of the beauty supply business she opened in her old neighborhood. "I grew up in the neigh borhood known as Nuccio. I know the area and the people there know me. So in my quest to become a successful African American entrepre neur, I wanted, in some way to give back to my commu nity," she said. Kouture Beauty Supply had its grand opening on Sunday, June 26, 2011, 10 a. m. -6 p. m. There was free food, giveaways, music and kid activities. The business is located at 6014 N. 40th St., Suite 'B.' "All hair care stores have hair products, but not all hair products are able to appeal and relate to the African American community and be economical at the same time," she said. The daughter of Charles and Lynda Jackson, Charmaine worked in Corporate America for 10 years before stepping out on faith to ac complish her dream. She learned self-motivation and determination from her mother, who worked 2 jobs to provide for her family. "The journey getting to that point of realizing my dream was not easy," the mother of 5 says. "Competi tors did not want to disclose their manufacturers, or even how to obtain what's in the buyer's market. They only wanted me to purchase from them, which was not part of FYI CHARN.UUNEJACKSON my vision to get the products to the community at an af fordable price. "There were a limited few that God placed in my path who provided me with the right information needed to gain access to the door." With the information and guidance she received to sus tain that business, Charmaine is able to open a second business, all while holding down a fulltime posi tion in the healthcare indus try. She recently launched Best Jumpers in Tampa Bay, LLC. "I found myself always renting them for my kids' birthdays and other holidays, so I decided to dabble in the business myself." Charmaine enjoys spending time with her children and reading new and unique novels. Grant Writing Workshop The West Tampa Community Development Corporation and The National Institute for Strategic and Tactical Planning will host a free professional grant writing workshop in basic grant writing on July 13, 2011 from 2:30p.m. to 3:30p.m. at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 East Palm Avenue. It's impmtant that staff, administrators, board members of non-profits, faith based organizations, government agencies and other tax exempt status organizations attend this work shop. For more information, contact Michael Randolph at (813) 857-7657. Seating_is limited. Please e-mail Randolph at wefindgrants@aol.com to confirm a seat and to attain ari invitation and workshop packet. No one will be admitted with out an invitation.

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Local e! Local Youth Anend 26th National Conference On Preventing Crime In The Black communitv Eight local teens, repre senting the Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Programs, attended the 26th National Conference on Preventing Crime in the Black Commu nity in Miami. They joined other youths and adults as they dealt with ways of re ducing criminal activity in their communities. The con ference is the largest of its kind in the United States. When Rochelle Greaves, Karl Jerome, Antonio McKinnes, Reginald Page, Jr., Shai'Ina Poole, Christopher Thompson, Cambre' Williams and Taylor Wolfe began their involve ment in activities conducted by the Derrick Brooks Chari ties Youth Programs (DBCYP), they had no idea of the experiences that would come their way. Their participation in dif ferent activities conducted by the DBCYP helped them to view themselves and their possibilities in life in a more positive manner. It also led to them being chosen as youth delegates to the 26th National Conference on Pre venting Crime in the Black Community that was held May 18th May 21st, in Miami. The female chaperones were Derrick Brooks Chari ties Youth Programs (DBCYP) staff members Courtney Wilder and P. Lynette Moore. William Knowles and Darrell B. Daniels served as the male chaperones. During the conference, Daniels, DBCYP Director, used his expertise to serve as Moderator for the opening plenary session. Other Tampa residents were also actively involved in making the conference a success. Darla and Elliot Saunders were the Presenters for "The Impact of Grief and Loss After a Violent Crime" work shop. Rechi Butler was the Presenter for the workshop entitled "Get It Straight." Rochelle Greaves wrote the following about her experiences at the confer ence: "I learned that being a teen is great, but I still have a lot of growing up and learn ing to do. I learned at the seminar that there is a lot going on in the world that we The youth attendees from Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Programs are: front row, left to right, Taylor Wolfe, Rochelle Greaves, Cambre' Williams and Shai' Ana Poole. Back row: Christopher Thompson, Derrick Brooks Charities Executive Director, Darrell B. Daniels, Karl Jerome, Reginald Page, Jr. and Antonio McKinnes. DBCYP clients Antonio McKinnes Oeft) and Christopher Thompson (right) were moderators for the Teen Listening Summit on Saturday, 21 May 2011. Rochelle Greaves (center) reacts with passion to a statement made by a teen male participant during the Teen Listening Summit as Cambre' Williams and Shai' Ana Poole look on. as teens do not know nor re ally ever think about." "During the convention, I mostly enjoyed the speakers. The speakers opened up about their personal lives and experiences. This had to be hard for them to share their deepest feelings. The goal was to help teens think about their choices and I def initely feel that was accomplished." Next year's conference will be held in Tampa Anyone who wants to par ticipate in the activities con ducted by the Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Programs, or parents who would like to get their children involved in program activities, should contact Darrell Daniels at 813-241-1415. Dr. Joel Smith Participates In Events With President Of liberia Dr. Juel Smith was in Columbia, South Carolina last weekend when the Pres ident of Liberia was there. As a consultant, Dr. Smith participated in a number of events planned for the Presi dent's arrival and during her stay. President Ellen Sir-. leaf Johnson, first female Head of State in Africa, kept a promise she made 2 years ago to speak at the Investiture of Bishop David R. Daniels, Jr. She will give the keynote address. Bishop Daniels, Jr. has been elected President of World wide Grand Council of Bish ops of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church. His Investiture was Mmiday. The President arrived in the United States on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 and will be leaving on June 29,2011. Dr. Juel Smith of Jue-L Consulting Group will be vis iting Liberia in early fall. All About You PRESIDENT ELLEN SIRLEAF JOHNSON laevans, Inc. Seeks Members For Board 01 Directors c c.. c: z m N N 0 .... .... "T1 r 0 :!:! c )> C/) m z :j z m r m c: r r m :j z c: m r c;; :::1: m c m < m Laevans, Inc., a 501c3 or ganization is seeking tal ented, skillful servant leader volunteers from the Tampa Bay Community to lead the Florida Division Board of Directors. If interested, apply by sending an email to hevans123@yahoo.com with m the subject line Servant-Leader, or call Laevans, Inc., ?;c at 336-988-1534 or forward )> your contact information to z P. 0 Box 677, Valrico, FL C 33595 for consideration. 3J AnENTION ORTIS DRUGS CUSTOMERS" PRESCRIPTIONS AVAILABLE AT c !C

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Local aS i Teenagers Feed .., Homeless As First w Summer Camp Proiect C Among those who took part in the event were from left ff to right: Johnson Atis, Andrew Walker, Qwandre Smith, C Tyler Johnson, Devron Knight, Michael Miller, Ozan ZeiZ gler, and Devon Chavarria. c( c en w ;:) 1-w > w c w :I: en ::J m ;:) D. z t= w ...J ...J ;:) m ...J w z t= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL. 0 ,.. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Pastor Emerson J. Morris and his group of ten young men recently undertook the first project of the Summer Achievement and Strengthening Camp. That project was feeding the homeless and it took place on, Thursday, June 23rd, at the intersection of Morgan and Henderson. Among the teenagers who helped feed the homeless were Johnson Atis, Devon Chavarria, Tyler Johnson, Devron Knight, Michael Miller, Qwandre Smith, Andrew Walker, and Ozan Zeigler. The teenagers are attend-ingtheY-MO, orYoungMen Obey Summer Camp. They will complete several proj ects throughout the sum-mer. Pastor Morris, founder of Extreme Life Ministries, created the program known as Y-MO, or Young Men Obey in an effort to help teenagers between the ages of 14 and 18 become successful. He feels that a positive environment can combat the current trend of teenagers dropping out of school and getting into trouble. He teaches the principals of serving, listening, humil ity, forgiving, submitting, re spect, and love. Each week Pastor Morris concentrates on one of the princi pals as part of the program. (813) 248-1921 Mavor Names Economic Comminee Members Earlier this week, Mayor Bob Buckhorn named the 17 people who will serve on the Economic Competitive ness Committee. The com mittee was created to find ways to make procedures more efficient. The committee members have been actual customers. The list includes developers, engineers, attorneys, as well as a neighborhood represen tative. The goal of the committee is to create an even greater competitive edge for Tampa when vying for new business. The committee members are: Bob Abberger, Trammell Crow Co.; Elizabeth Abernethy, Wilson, Miller, and Stantec; Michael Brooks, Michael Brooks, P. ATTORNEY ADAM CARNEGIE A.; Adam Carnegie, Wil son, Miller, and Stantec; Chuck Davis, MetLife Real Estate Investments; Jennifer Doerfell, Tampa Bay Builders, Association; Bill Duval, Neighborhood Liai son; Toxey Hall, Clearview Land Design; and Rick Harcrow, Newland Communi ties. The other appointees are Mark House, The Beck Group; Greg Inglehart, GWI Investments, Inc.; Mickey Jacob, Urban Stu dio Architects; Debra Koehler, Sage Partners, LLC; John Lum, The List Developers; Lisa MonteHone, Tampa City Council member; Randy Simmons, 'R. R. Simmons Construction; and Andrea Zelman, Fowler, White, Boggs Banker. "Now more than ever we need to make sure that Tampa is known as a place that is open for business. This is the beginning, not the end of an ongoing process," Mayor Buckhorn said. onvx Ski And Sports Club 01 Tampa Bav The Onyx Ski and Sports Club of Tampa Bay held their June meeting and social on St. Pete Beach. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Club member Tamara Reado relaxing. Ray Campbell, a member of Tampa was in attendance. Delores Hammond enjoyed the outdoors. Ski club members Phyllis Johnson and Sandya Thomas. Marilyn of Maryland visiting her sister of Tampa, Debbie Davis. Ski Club members i>r. and Mrs. George (Odessa) Banks of St. Petersburg. Dr. and Mrs. Cedric (Joyce) Thornton of St. Pete were in attendance.

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ntertainment Chris Brown Wins Big At BET Awards 2011 Singer Chris Brown poses in the press room at the BET Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on June 26, 2011 in Los Angeles. Chris Brown was a big winner at the BET Awards 2011 show at the Shrine Au ditorium in Los Angeles, taking home 4 trophies. He was named best male R&B artist and won best' collabo ration for his song Look At Me Now with Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes. "Public-spealC tine. Verret says the jacket will be sent on tour and used Z ::::! as a fundraising tool for chi!-z dren's charities. m r A portion of the sale price Dl will go to the Shambala Pre-C: serve, a big cat sanctuary J= caring for two tigers Jack-son one owned. z "tJ c: Dl r c;; ::I: m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c )> z c ., :a c

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Sports B.J. Upton's Ravs oavs Are likelv Numbered B.J. UPTON Halfway through the season, the Tampa Bay Rays have remained contenders in the American League East even though they played a month without Evan Longoria. But decision time is approaching. There is scuttlebutt that even as close to first place as they are, the Rays may be sellers. They do have some trinkets to offer, most notably B.J. Upton. There already are many reasons to think B.J.'s time in the bay area is coming to an end, and he has shown no interest in doing a long-term deal. Upton is making $4.8 mil lion this season, a figure that through arbitration could jump to $7 million in 2012 if the Rays don't deal him. He could become a free agent after next season. Cam Newton Featured In GQ Magazine CAMNEWfON The former Auburn quarterback and No. 1 pick in the NFL draft is featured in July's GQ showcasing some of men's hottest fashion trends. In the magazine, there's also a shoit take on whether he'll be an effective passer in the pros. GQ: "I ask if this is a fair question, or a retread of that old ugly trope about black quarterbacks being "natural athletes" and white quarterbacks being "students of the game." Cam Newton: "Sir," he says with granite certainty, "it all comes down to whether a person wins or loses. I d9n't bring race into the game, 'cause then you're talking about excuses. I. Hate. Excuses. Excuses are a dis ease." Bucs Free Agent list Will Be long If Proposal Moves Forward a: g As details emerge from a LL critical meeting of NFL own-ers near Chicago, fans are getting a better picture of how the league and players plan to resolve some of their disputes. Among the important things will be the free agency guidelines that will govern what will be a very busy period once the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is signed. As far as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are concerned, this is of great importance. The Bucs have key players with expired contracts. According to reports, the pro posed deal currently calls for every player with four or more seasons of credited ser vice whose contract is expired to be an unrestricted free N agent. ,.... Those who could have been restricted included: guard if Davin Joseph, linebacker Quincy Black and offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood, linebacker Barrett Ruud and running back Cadillac Williams have completed six seasons of service and were almost certainly going to be unrestricted free agents regardless of the terms of the newCBA. If the deal is consummated with these guidelines in place, it means that a number of Bucs are going to hit the market the minute the NFL resumes normal operations. Under this scenario, the list of Bucs unrestricted free agents would be Quincy Black, defensive end Tim Crowder, tight end John Gilmore, linebacker Adam Hayward, Davin Joseph, Barrett Ruud, wide receiv er Micheal Spurlock, wide receiver Maurice Stovall, Jeremy Trueblood, defen sive end Stylez White, and Cadillac Williams. Cavaliers Take Irving AI No. 1 DAVID STERN And KYRIE IRVING The Cavaliers started their rebuilding process last night by drafting Duke point Kyrie Irving first overall, and then using the No. 4 pick on Texas forward Tristan Thompson. Cheered on at the Prudential Center in Newark by family and friends, not far from where he starred at St. Patrick's High School in Elizabeth, N.J., the 19-year old Irving showed no signs of any lingering problems with a right foot injury as he walked up the stairs to shake hands with commissioner David Stern. Ohio State Drops Review Of Plavers Car Purchases COLUMBUS, OHIO -Ohio State University on Tuesday dropped its review of car purchases by football players and family members after two separate investigations found dealerships made money on almost all of the sales. The university made its decision in light of a report by the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles and a separate review by the Ohio Independent Automobile Dealers Association. The reviews were launched after questions about players' car purchases arose in the wake of a scandal in which some players received cash and tattoos for autographs, championship rings and equipment. In a 65-page report issued Tuesday, the state BMV said two Columbus-area dealer ships made money on 24 of 25 sales made to players and family members. Ron Anest: Call Me lena World Peace LOS ANGELES --Los Angeles Lakers forward Ron Artest wants to change his name to Metta World Peace. Artest's attorney filed a petition in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday seeking the change. The 31year-old NBA star was born Ronald William Artest Jr. In the court documents, Artest cites personal reasons for wanting to make the change. Artest's career has been filled with ups and downs. He helped the Lakers win the NBA championship a year ago and in April he received an award for outstanding service and dedica tion to the community. He has testified before Congress to support mental health legislation. Artest wouldn't be the first NBA player to make a change to an unusual name. RONARTEST Lloyd Bernard Free, who played in the league from 1975 to 1988, had his first name legally changed to World in 1981. A friend had given him the nickname because of his 44-inch vertical leaps and 360-degree dunks. Serena Rallies For Win WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND --Serena Williams again was pushed to three sets before winning, then complained a bit about having to play on Court 2 instead of Centre Court or Court 1. By the looks of things so far, Williams is going to face a true test every time she takes the court this year at Wimbledon, which she has won four times. "I definitely feel like I started slow," said Williams, who wondered aloud afterward why she and her sister Venus each had to play on Court 2, while top men like Federer, Djokovic, Nadal and Andy Murray have been on one of the two principal courts for all of their match es this week. "I got a little tight out there," Williams added, "and I just need to relax." Tournament spokesman Johnny Perkins said there was no intentional snub, noting that several factors go into scheduling decisions, including TV broadcasting considerations, where players stand in the draw, and what ticket-buyers want to see. SERENA WILLIAMS Consider it a testament to her skill and grit that Williams is into the third round. This is only her second tournament in the last 11 months after two operations on her right foot, clots in her lungs, and surgery to remove a pool of blood that gathered under the skin of her stomach. Her father, Richard, said he would have preferred if she would have waited another three months before coming back, just to be sure she was fully healed.

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MICHAEL STRAHAN, WARREN SAPP And TIKI BARBER Former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber announced earlier this year that he's attempting an NFL comeback after a four-year absence. Warren Sapp, an old teammate of Tiki's twin brother Ronde Barber of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, thinks that's a bad idea. No, stop it," Sapp said Enough is enough. I didn t think much of him when he did play." Sapp's criticism ofTiki Barber stems from a propensity to fumble early in his career. And he felt it was disrespectful of Barber to criticize his quarterback, Eli Manning as well as coach Tom Coughlin, who with Barber to correct his fum bling problem, which he did, becoming the all time lead ing rusher for the Giants. Michael Strahan, former New York Giants defen sive end and teammate of Barber agrees with Sapp. "If it comes to playing foot ball, he can play," Strahan said. Strahan is skeptical of Barber finding a team this season because he believes Barber will be viewed by general managers as a liabil ity in the locker room "His impact was to kind of throw some guys under the bus, including the coach who taught you how not to fum ble, and a quarterback who was young and just needed to learn, and obviously a quarterback who's quiet and not the rah-rah guy. Why would you do that? Interestingly, Barber's career as a broadcaster ended fairly quickly, while Strahan and Sapp have gone on to have successful careers as NFL analysts. Nuggets Pick Keith Faried RAYMOND FELTON DENVER-The Denver Nuggets are normally spectators on draft night. This year they made plenty of noise. The Nuggets beefed up their frontcourt by taking forward Keith Faried with the 22nd pick and acquired the rights to forward Jordan Hamilton, point guard Andre Miller and a future second-round pick from the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for guard Raymond Felton. Denver also traded a future second-round pick for Chukwudiebere Maduabum, the Los Angeles Lakers' 56th pick in the second round. Faried and Hamilton were both players the Nuggets coveted. The 6-foot-8, 228-pound Faried was high on the Nuggets' wish list after he worked out with the team June 8 in Denver. The Nuggets love his physical style and rebounding prowess, skills that will strengthen their unsettled low post situation. REGGIE BUSH And MOLINARO NFL running back Reggie Bush recently went public with his new girlfriend.The new girl still looks like Reggie's ex Kim Kardashian. Bush is back with a new Kim-clone by the name of Melissa Molinaro. She's a 29-year-old singer, actress, model and choreographer from Toronto, Canada Miss Molinaro has made numerous television appear ances including Making The Band 3, Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search For the Next Doll and most recently, she was seen in an Old Navy commercial this year. Jets' Bravlon Edwards Ok After car crash BRAYLON EDWARDS DETROIT --Authorities say New York Jets receiver and former Michigan stand out Braylon Edwards was involved in a minor car crash on the Detroit River island park of Belle Isle Officer Phillip Cook said Edwards was driving a two-seat sports car with an unidentified passenger about 3:40 a.m. Friday when he los t control, drove off the road and into a pylon. Neither he nor his passenger was injured. Cook said there were no tickets issued and alcohol doesn t appear to be a factor. Edwards tweeted: Got into a fender bender last night, turns out Audi's & rain don't mix to well. I'm good." Edwards faces trial in a New York DWI case stemming from a Sept. 21 police stop. He has denied the charges. HELENA This week, we bring Beauty Unlimited fire right into your living room with Helena, who just happens to be the 2012 Seagram's Gin Calendar Model winner. With the name of a goddess, this young lady definitely has it going on, and isn't afraid to let you know it. She enjoys spending time with her friends, and is no stranger to the camera. She also enjoys modeling and having a great time. Helena wants to go somewhere in life, and says she has the formula to get her there. When it comes to the man in her life, Helena said he must be special and he must be in touch with himself and reality. He also must be a strong-willed man who knows how to get what he deserves and still be humble, spirited and secure. Congratulations to Helena as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. 9" Roller ...................................... $1 Brushes ....................................... LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! ., r 0 ::!:! CJ) m z :::t z m r-llJ c: r rm :::t z ., c: llJ c CJ) ::::t m c m < m JJ -< -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c ., ::!:! c

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or or-0 N Funeral/Memoriam cO N w z ::J .., >= < c C/) w ::J 1-c a: LL c z < c C/) w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w J: C/) ::::; m ::J ll. HAPPY BElATED FATHER'S DAY NATHANIEL R. O'NFAL, III 3/22/1971-4/2/2003 My Dearest Yogi, I miss you so much, miss you lots and love you so. My life been soooo different since you've been gone. God bless you, Boo. Happy Father's Day, Bae, with plenty oflove. From, your big sis, Trish and AC and family. Happy Father's Day to my family of men and to my father, Nathaniel R. O'Neal, Jr. God bless. Trish O'Neal. My Yogi kids, please contact me. Your Auntie. I love y'all. I love you Yogi. Death Announcement MELANIE C. TROUPE z Melanie C. Troupe passed i= away early Friday morning. She graduated from Jef..J ferson High School in ::J m Tampa. ..J w z i= z w Melanie is the daughter of Cedrick Troupe and Stephanie Staples; and the mother of Malachi. CJ) The family may be con-tacted at (813) 237-8485, a: Henrietta Walton. 0 ..J LL Tampa Woman, 108 Years Old, Dies 01 Natural Causes MS. CARRIE WHITE Ms. Carrie White, one of the state's oldest living resi dents and arguably the state's oldest living African American woman, passed away last week from natural causes. She was 108. Ms. White is a native of Coosawhatchee, South Car olina, and remained there until moving to Haines City, Florida in 1940. In 1956, she left Haines City and moved to Tampa. According to her son, Benjamin Washington, Ms. White was a cook at a restaurant in Haines City for 10 years before moving to Tampa where she cared for children whose parents had to work. "Everyone who lived in West Tampa and walked down Willow Street south of Cypress Street knew my mother as the candy and frozen cup lady." Mr. Washington said his mother loved to knit and sew, but her real passion was spend ing time with her grandchil dren and attending Mt. Tabor M. B. Church, where she was a faithful member until she passed "My mother's health was pretty good," said Mr. Washington. "For the past 30 years, I took care of her and I would spend every spare minute with her. I didn't miss a day seeing her over that 30 year span. I'm going to miss our visits. "I'll also miss her sharing her upbringing with me. She often talked about how as a child she had to work in the fields all day and how tough it was." Mr. Washington said his mother loved celebrating her birthdays at Red Lobster. She was also proud of two letters she received in recognition of her 108th birthday; one from President Barack Obama and the other from Congresswoman Kathy Castor. That was her favorite place to eat. She really loved their seafood." Mr. Washington is the lone survivor of Ms. White's 12 children. Funeral services for Ms. White will be held this week end with Ray Williams Funeral Home handling arrange ments.assisting. Death Notices AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Willie Bryant, Tampa. Mrs. Roberta Burks, Tampa. Mrs. Mary Corbett, Tampa. Mr. Earl Graham, Sr., Tampa. Mr. Waymon Strong, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Ms. Tanja Felton, Tampa. Ms. Geraldine Jenkins, Tampa. Ms. Helen Martin, Wimauma, FL. Mr. Bobbie Poole, Wimauma, FL. Ms. Melanie Troupe, Wadley, GA. Ms. Carrie White, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Aniyah Serenity Unique Johnson, Tampa. FAMILY NOTICE Robert Peacock, Tampa. 301 North Howard A v enue FL 33606 "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 Nationa Pres. Obama savs Gav couples Deserve Same Rights As All PRES. BARACK OBAMA NEW YORK --While prais ing New York state lawmakers as they debated legalizing gay marriage, President Barack Obama stopped short of em bracing it. Instead he asked gay and lesbian donors for pa tience. "I believe that gay couples de serve the same legal rights as every other couple in this coun try," the president said at a Manhattan fundraiser, his first geared specifically to the gay community Thursday's long planned event coincidentally occurred as lawmakers in Albany were debating legislation that would make New York the sixth and by far the largest state to legalize gay marriage. Pres. Obama said progress will be slower than some people want, but he added that he was confident that there will be a day "when every single Ameri can, gay or stral.ght or lesbian or bisexual or transgender, is free to live and love as they see fit. Michelle Obama Wraps Africa Visit GABORONE, Botswana First Lady Michelle Obama has wrapped up a weeklong visit to Africa and is heading home. The first lady's plane left Botswana Sunday morning. She was due to arrive at the White House early Monday. Mrs. Obama went to South Africa and Botswana to foster good will between the U.S. and Africa. She also promoted youth leadership, education and HIV I AIDS awareness. She ended the visit with a sa fari and overnight stay in a South African game reserve. Mrs. Obama traveled with her daughters, 12-year-old Malia and 10-year-old Sasha; her mother, Marian Robinson; and a niece and nephew U.S. first lady Michelle Obama and her family ride their safari vehicle in Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa, Saturday, June 25, 2011. Pictured are mother Marian Robinson, bottom row right, daughter Sasha Obama, third row second left, niece Leslie son, third row right, nephew Avery Robinson, top row left, and Malia Obama, top row second left. President Obama Releasing 30M Barrels From u. s. Oil Reserve In an attempt to offset an other surge in gas prices, President Obama has called for a release of 30 million barrels of oil from the U S.'s emergency reserves. Oil and gas prices are ex pected to increase due to lost oil supplies caused by troubles in the Middle East and North Africa, an d more specifically the country of Libya. White House officials would not predict how the release will affect prices at the pump, al though the move is intended to increase U.S. supplies during the peak summer driving sea son. Rick Scon Signs Abonion Bill Into law TALLAHASSEE--Gov. Rick Scott has signed two abortion bills into law. One of them (HB 1127) re quires women to undergo ultrasounds before getting an abortion. The other (HB 1247) makes it more difficult for mi nors to get court waivers from Florida's parental notification law Among the other laws Scott signed Friday was a law (SB 1676) that would set limits on lawsuits against nonprofit Florida teaching hospitals and their staffs. Another law (SB 644) strengthens Florida's "Sil ver Alert" program that helps find missing elderly people. Scott Signs Florida Bills On Lawsuits, School Food TALLAHASSEE, Fla.--Bills limiting lawsuits against au tomakers and giving the state's agriculture commissioner au thority over school food pro grams became law Thursday with Gov. Rick Scott's signa ture. The Republican governor also vetoed a bill (SB 1992) that would have exempted some volunteers from criminal back ground screenings required for those who work with state funded social service programs that serve the elderly, children and people with disabilities.

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-4 Indictments Handed Driver In Man Posing As Police Down In Sibling's Murder Fatal Hit And Detective Arrested CHARLES WAITS Last week, a grand jury for mally indicted two teenagers on two counts of first-degree murder in the shooting death of two teenage siblings. According to the indict ment, Tavari Grant and Charles Waits killed Kiara Brito, 16, and her 13-year-old brother, Jeremi. The pair is also accused of stealing elec tronic devices, a purse, jewelry, backpack and other personal property from the home. Grant and Waits each have also been indicted on two counts of robbery with a firearm or deadly weapon and one count of armed burglary of a structure with assault or bat tery. The Brito teens were shot TAVARI GRANT to death June 5th in their South Tampa home. Witnesses got a partial license plate number of a car seen leaving the home. Police traced it to Wait's mothe(s vehicle. Detectives said Waits told them he was forced to drive to the Brito home. Police said Waits was acquainted with the Brito teens, so they were com fortable opening the door to him. Investigators said Grant, 18, followed Waits, 19, into the home and shot the teens. Police also said they found items in Grant's home tying him to the Brito home. When confronted, Grant gave incon sistent stories, police said. Six Arrested, Meth Lab Seized LAKELAND Lakeland Police began an investigation at the Relax Inn, 1430 land Hills Boulevard, #130, on June 25th ended with the seizure of a meth lab and the arrest of six people on drug charges. Information was received by police that an adult on pro bation for drug charges was staying at the Relax Inn. Two officers made contact at the room and reported seeing what appeared to be drug parapher nalia and chemicals used to manufacture illegal drugs in the room There were also six adults in the room. One of the adults, Jerome Smith, 36, had outstanding warrants for manufacture of Practicing Law In: JEROME SMITH methamphetamine, maintain ing a dwelling for manufacture of drugs, and possession of listed chemicals Arrested along with Smith were Chalmes Pridgen, 19; Karina Austin, 23; Anita Taylor, 39; Barbara Pridgen, 44, and Michael McKerley, 39. Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Aflorney & Counselor AI Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 Run Sought TampaPolicearresteda21-m year-old man they said posed JAMES BEAUPIERRE ..... killed in fatal hit-andrun crash. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office has issued an update on a fatal hit-and-run crash. On June 12th at 12:1 a.m., a fatal hit and run traffic crash oc curred at 78th Street and 50th Avenue in Palm River. The crash occurred as a result of a Cadillac making a left turn in front of a motorcycle. The rider of the motorcycle was James Beaupierre, who was pro nounced dead at the scene. During the investigation, police were able to develop a possible suspect vehicle and driver. The suspect vehicle is de scribed as an early 1990s gray or silver Cadillac Sedan Deville or Coupe Deville. It will have fairly severe damage to the front passenger door area and possi bly the right front quarter panel. The driver is described as a Black male with a heavy build. Anyone who may have infor mation or may have seen any thing is asked to call (813) 247-8200. School Burglarv Suspect Arrested BOBBY WILSON ST. PETERSBURG -St. Petersburg Police report that a man being sought for school burglaries turned himself in Thursday evening. Bobby Wilson, 46, turned himself in after a close family member saw press footage of the burglaries, recognized Wilson, and called detectives. That same family member was instrumental in getting Wilson to turn himself in. According to police Wilson, who was released from state prison in October 2010 after serving 3 years on burglary and drug c harges told detectives he com mitted the three burglaries because of his crack cocaine addiction. Wilson was charged with three counts of burglary and has a bond of $15,000. as a police detective. The de-N 0 ception was discovered after ...a. ...... the man allegedly attempted to sell expensive tree cutting equipment to a business owner. According to police, the owner of Barton's Tree Service told police a man who wanted to sell him expensive tree cut ting equipment contacted him by telephone on Tuesday. The man reportedly identified him self as a Tampa Police detec tive and wanted $20,000 for the equipment. The caller also allegedly told the businessman that the property was seized and he was attempting to sell it. The caller reportedly told the business man that he worked for a spe cial police squad. The caller also explained that the businessman would also have to rent a limousine for the Chief of Police to take underprivileged children on an outing, police said. After the call ended, the businessman contact the Tampa Police Department and made them aware of the call. The businessman told police that $20,000 was well below the fair market value of the equipment. Police said the man agreed to accept a cash payment in stead of the limousine rental and agreed to meet the busi-MICHAEL A. BELLAMY ... Accused of posing as police detective ness owner at the Orient Road Jail the following day. When the man arrived, he was met by an undercover police officer to complete the transaction. The suspect, identified as Michael Antonio Bellamy, was arrested at the jail without incident During an interview, Bellamy allegedly admitted that he had committed the crime "11 and two other similar schemes 5 in the past. :!! Bellamy was charged with C organized fraud, less than $2o,ooo; communications m fraud, over $300; falsely im-personating a police officer z during the commission of a m felony; and grand theft in the third degree. He was placed c: under a $10,000 bond. J= Police are asking anyone m who may have been victimized by the suspect to contact the ""D Tampa Police Department at c: (813) 231-6130. m c en :::t m c Police Investigate Drive-Bv Shooting m < m :xJ < -4 ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police report that on Saturday, June 25th, their dispatch desk received a call of a person shot in what has been called a drive-by shooting. The shooting occurred in the 4800 block of 10th Av enue, South, The victim was shot in the leg and was hospi talized. He is reported to be in stable condition. Several officers responded to the area and began looking for the suspect's vehicle, described as a burgundy Ford Mustang with a tan top. The vehicle was spotted by an offi cer as it was fleeing the area. At 1:05 p. m., a pursuit was initiated in the Child's Park ffi area. A few minutes after the en pursuit bean, another officer in an unmarked vehicle was < traveling on 40th Street when l> he braked and swerved to avoid another police vehicle ., approaching. The officer in :xJ the unmarked vehicle struck a C fire hydrant and flipped at the scene. That officer was hospi talized and his injuries are de scribed as minor. Police said an hour later, the Ford Mustang was found abandoned in the Pinellas Point area and was impounded as evidence. The shooting suspect has not been located 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW ...... (11

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c a: LL. c z w c w :::z::: (/) :::J m ::) .;L z i= w -I -I ::) m -I w z i= z w (/) ( a: 0 -I LL. II IN THE 13th CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 10-06808 DIV.K LJL MORTGAGE POOL, LLC vs. BRIAN JEFFERSON; DIANE FAYE JEFFERSON; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DIANE FAYE JEFFERSON; AND UNKNOWN TENANT DEFENDANT(s) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment dated May 26, 2011, entered in Case No.: 10-06808 Div. K of the Circuit Court in and for Hillsborough County Florida, wherein BRIAN JEFFERSON; DIANE FAYE JEFFERSON; and UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DIANE FAYE JEFFERSON are the Defendants, that I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Hillsborough County Courthouse, 2nd FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E. EDGECOMB BUILDING, ROOM 201/202, located at 800 EAST TWIGGS STREET, in TAMPA, on July 7, 2011 at 2:00 p.m., the following described real property as set forth in the Final Judgment: TO WIT LOT 23, BLOCK 9 TEMPLE CREST SUBDIVISION, UNIT NO. 1, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE 60, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE: 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. NOTICE: IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS FUNCTION SHOULD CONTACT COUNTY CIVIL NOT LATER THAN ONE (1) DAY PRIOR TO THE FUNCTION AT 813-276-81 00; if you are hearing impaired, call 1-800-955-8771; if you are voice impaired call 1-800-955-8770. Dated this 14th day of JUNE. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/GLENDALY MARTINEZ AS DEPUTY CLERK LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 09-CA-15250-D AMERICAN HOME MORTGAGE SERVICING, INC., PLAINTIFF, vs. LARRY D. WRIGHT, ET AL. DEFENDANT(s) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated February 1 0, 2011, in the above action, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, at Hillsborough County Florida, on July 22. 2011, at 2:00 p.m., at 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202 of George E. Edgecomb Courthouse-800 E. Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 for the following described property : LOT 61, BELMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE 12; OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. 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. The Court, in its discretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein. "IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS AN 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 ADA COORDINATOR, MS. NANCY YANEZ AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET, ROOM 604, TAMPA, FL 33602; TELEPHONE NUMBER 813-272-6457 TWO (2) WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE; IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL THE FLORIDA RELAY SERVICES AT 1-800-955-8771 (TTY); IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL THE FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT 1-800-9550-8770. Dated this 13th day of JUNE. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/FRANCISCO R. HERNANDEZ AS DEPUTY CLERK Voice of Our Speaking for Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Fabulous Natural Hair Braiding located at 3502 North Nebraska Avenue. Suite #B. in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Tampa, Florida 33603 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee Florida. Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 27th day of June. 2011 II Sole Owner(s) Kina Copeland Denise Jones EMPLOYMENT Cutting It Low Experienced, Licensed Barbers Wanted SO/Parsons Brandon Area Call (813) 217-2462 Looking For Experienced Lawn Care Worker Must Pass Background Check No Misdemeanor Drug Chargers And Absolutely No Felony Charges (813) 270-6887 II

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-t c:: m (/) 1.:;;;;;;;11 II EMPLOYMENT II II HOMES FOR RENT II c:: HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened JULY 13, 2011 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-Q191-0-2011/CK CABLE AND ACCESSORIES **** JULY 13, 2011 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0192-0-2011/CK AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602 (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours Tired Of Renting? We Have Houses! We Have Owner Financing! Need Help Getting Started? Everyone Is Approved Call Today 813-421-1146 Temple Terrace Area 3 Bedroorn/1 Y2 Bath 1 Car Garage Den Plus Fire Place $2 900 00 Moves You In $765 00/Monthly Must Have 600 Plus Credit Score Drive By 8308 Tupelo Dr. Then Call Ed (813) 541-2652 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT Townhouse Temple Terrace Area 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Laundry Room $750.00 Monthly $300.00 Deposit Call {813) 928-8325 USF Area 13050 20th Street 2 Bedroom/1.5 Bath Town home Water Included $100 00 Section 8 Move In Special $750.00/Monthly Call (813) 220-3633 East Tampa 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home North Tampa 1 And 2 Bedroom Townhouse New Paint Ceramic Tile Carpet WDH, Fenced Alarm CHA, Small Pets OK Section 8 813-949-3482 Experienced Daycare Director/Teacher Wanted Apply At: Kidz Cove 208 West Frances Or Call (813) 507-6000 Marketing Full Time With Benefits. Details And Application At: www.tampatheatre org Or In Person At Tampa Theatre 711 N. Franklin Street Small Church Needs Musician To Play For Adult And Youth Choirs If Interested Please Call {813) 677-3957 II FOR RENT II Homes And Apartments Available Vbor -3 Bedroom/2 Bath 3 Bedroom/1 Bath 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH Section 8 Accepted (813) 453-0123 II HOMES FOR RENT II 1704 East Cayuga 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Call Nagi (813) 727-6782 Vbor City Fantastic Deal Huge 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Wood Frame House CHA, Ceiling Fans, Carpet 3015 N. Sanchez Street (Off 21st Avenue) $875.00/Monthly $600. 00/Deposit Includes WSG (813) 704-3370 1701 East Stika (Nebraska & Busch) 4/2 CHA, Tile Floors Section 8 OK $975.00/Monthly $700.00/Deposit (813) 385-2298 2612 Grassy Point Drive #306 Lake Mary, Fl 32746 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code #FS2612 8315 East Dahlia Avenue 4 Bedrooms/1 Bath Home Rent $925 00 Deposit $700.00 Section 8 Welcome Available July 1st Call (813) 789-0760 Sulphur Springs Large 3/2 Home Tile Flooring CHA Privacy Fence $800.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 1 Bedroom/1 Bath House Near Bus Stop Quiet Neighborhood Newer Kitchen $625.00/Monthly Includes W/D Small Pets OK Section 8 Welcome (813) 748-1566 13114 Lawrence Street Springhill Fl, 34607 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 2 Garage Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code FS13114 Busch Gardens Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Great Neighborhood Totally Remodeled $900.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 601-3101 586 Brantley Terrace Way #102 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Separate Garage Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code FS586 East 23rd Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Carport, A/C WID Hook-Up Utility Room, Fenced Section 8 Welcome $800.00/Monthly (813) 857-2863 Near Hillsborough Ave. And 40th Street 3/1 Carport, Fenced Yard, WID Hookup, Carpet And Tile Section 8 Ready $900.00/Month $300 00/Security 813-451-9201 BLICATION DEADLINES 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 z m N $Q N 0 ...a. ...a. -n r-0 :!! (/) m z -t z m r-aJ c:: r r-!!l z "a c:: m r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m -t c:: m (/) c :J> z c -n :!! c

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