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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c Q a: Q liS SEE PAGE 2 .ulletil't VOL. 66 NO. 91 TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Kevin White can't Afford Anv.; One Appointed SEE PAGE 3 Fallen Officers Memorialized At Dist. 3 Station SEE PAGE 2 Personal Trainer Arrested For sexual Banerv SEE PAGE 15 MIDDLETON HIGH CLASS OF 1966 HAS 45th REUNION The Middleton High School Class of 1966 held its 45th Class Reunion June 10-13. There were a variety of activities, including Hospitality evening, breakfast prepared by classmates, Hawaiian-style fish fry hosted by Carolyn Alexander, and worship service. Luvator Nelson was the Reunion Chair and Tyrone Brown was her Co-Chair. These classmates are: front row, left to right, Ophelia Ball, Jackie Dupree, Minister Leatri cia Williams (Class President), Carolyn Brooks, Annie Robertson and Eva James Standing, Cynthia Few Louise Holder, Carolyn Williams, Carolyn Watkins Doris Addison, Luvator Nelson Gloria Carter and Carolyn Alexander. In the rear, Rubin Padgett, Bennie Holder, Ben Padgett, Robert Davis, Maurice Hall, Estelle Clark, Linda Roberson Kenneth Ashe, Mildred Philips, Curtis Walker, Tyrone Brown, and Ronald Anderson.

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C'\1 Memorial For Fallen OHicers Unveiled At District Ill Headquarters Major Gerald Honeywell greets the wives of Offi-This is the glass etching with Cnrtis and Kocab's cers Dave Curtis and Jeff Kocab. badges illuminated with a blue LED light. On Wednesday, June 29th, Mayor Bob Buckhorn, Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor, District III Commander, Major Gerald Honeywell, and 200 offi cers, family and friends gathered at the District III Headquarters, 3808 North 22nd Street to attend a special ceremony. light. Tampa Police Detective Larry Brass created the officer's badges with pavers in the walkway lead ing into the Hallway of He roes. At 6:30 p. m., the "Hall>: way Of Heroes" was unveiled :3 in honor of slain police offia:: cers Dave Curtis and Jeff LL Kocab. This project was phase one of the memorial. Groundbreaking on a phase two memorial garden will start next month. Kocab and Curtis's squad came up with the idea for the garden as a place for quiet reflection Major Honeywell said he told his troops to run with it when they approached him with the idea. c z w c w ::1: en :i m ::: a. z tu ..J ..J ::: m ..J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ..J LL The ceremony and unveil ing marked the one year an niversary of that fatal night. Dontae Morris, the lone shooter, is awaiting trial for the officers' murder. The Hallway Of Heroes was the brainchild of Officer Bill Logan and Detective Steve Power. Tampa Police Corporal Les Richardson painted a mural along the entryway to District III where Curtis and Kocab worked. There is also a glass etching with Kocab and Curtis's badges illuminated with a blue LED "They did a real profes sional job. They spoke, set everything up, got the word out, and cleaned up after wards. "I was asked to speak, but I was too emotional for that. What I say comes from my heart, and I knew I wouldn't be able to maintain my com posure." Major Honeywell said it was an awesome cere mony, and he's proud of everyone. "To my surprise, we had News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care . Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work-No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip& Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Wages Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495 Toll Free 1-866 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B. Patty Advertising Inc. more than 200 people show up, including former Mayor, Pam Iorio, and representa tives from the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. It was good to see that kind of community support. "I think this project shows that we are indeed a family." Major Honeywell said the proposed memorial gar den will be slightly different than the one for Corporal Mike Roberts at the Dis trict II Headquarters. "I think the Hallway of Heroes is something we can all be very proud of." The garden and the Hall way of Heroes were strategi cally placed. As officers pull into District III each day, they will drive by the garden. Once they park their cars and walk into the building, they will walk through the Hallway of Heroes and pass the etching in memory of Curtis and Kocab. Condition 01 Accident Victims Improves An accident Wednesday night at soth St. and Columbus Dr. claimed the life of Alicia Dawn Shaheed, 18. Another passenger in the car, Naquan Yancey, 17, is still in critical condition Officials said the driver of the other car, Randolph W. De Sylvia, 19, was driving without a license. Arrest records indicate De Sylvia was arrested on June 17th and charged with using a firearm while intoxicated, improper exhibition of a dangerous weapon or firearm, tampering with physical evidence, and ob struction He was released after posting a bond of $3,250. A week later, June 24th, De Sylvia was arrested for driving without a valid li cense He posted the $250 bond on that charge and was r e l eased. No charges h ave been filed at thi s time on th e acc id e nt. Accident Claims Lite 01 Popular Disc Jockev ISAAC MCDANIEL Isaac McDaniel was a very active person. The Tampa native left high school and embarked on a career as a disc jockey. Known as DJ Casanova, McDaniel was in hot demand all over the city. On the night of June 2oth, McDaniel had gotten off a bus across from where he lived on 138th Street and Bruce B. Downs. According to family members, McDaniel stepped off the curb to cross the street, and was hit by a car. The driver remained at the scene until emergency personnel arrived. According to Sonya McDaniels, Isaac's sister, he died the next day during surgery. He was so years old. McDaniel was the father of a son, and had 4 siblings. "He didn't have the kind of health problems that kept him from doing what he loved. He was diabetic and had surgery to remove his spleen and part of his pancreas a few years ago. "Isaac worked for Happy Eggs on ih Avenue for a while and out of labor pools when he needed extra money." Sonya said her brother's specialty was cooking crabs, and the two of them spent a lot of time together because they were the closest in age. "If Isaac wasn't hanging around his family, you could always find him with his best friend, Oscar. His fa vorite hangout was the Blue Note Bar on Nebraska Avenue and he was well known there and other places because of his work as a DJ. "I was very proud of the way he always wanted us to see how strong he was. De spite his health problem, he tried to work. He was a proud man and didn't want to be a burden to anyone." Sonya said this year's 4th of July celebration won't be the same with Isaac not being around. Harmon's Funeral Home is working with the family, and plans are to have a serv ice next weekend (Ad Must Be Of Equal Or Lesser Value) . Offer Expires July 1oth Offer Can Not Be Comibined With Any other Promotions

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-t c c Prominent Anornev Appointed To Represent Former Commissioner BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Thursday, U .S. Magis trate Judge Thomas Wilson appointed a private attorney to represent a former Hillsbor ough County Commissioner. He was arrested last month on bribery, wire fraud, and other charges. During the brief hearing, White entered a plea of not guilty. White also provided in formation to the judge demon strating that he could not afford to hire a private attorney to represent him. When contacted by the Sentinel, defense Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., stated that he had been appointed to rep resent Kevin White on the federal charges. He declined to comment further. The Federal Public De fender's Office has a list of at torneys who qualify as court-appointed attorneys for individuals who cannot afford to hire legal representation. Attorney Irvin is on that list. His fees are limited to $7,500 paid with tax dollars. However, court appointed attorneys can seek additional payment depending on the case. On June 15th, Federal Bureau of Investiga-KEVIN WHITE ... Pleads Not Guilty tion agents arrested White at his residence. Agents also arrested George Hondrellis, 45, on federal charges. Both men were charged with conspiracy to commit bribery; 4 counts of bribery; conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud; mail fraud, wire fraud, and making false statements to law enforcement. Bail was set at $25,000 for White and $50,000 for Hondrellis. White's father, Gerald White, who died May 23n1, was also named as a coconspirator, the indictment stated. The charges stem was White's service on the Public Transportation Commission as an elected official. According to the indictment, White served on the Sisters Network To Host Two 'Gift For life' Block Walks This year, the Tampa Chapter of Sisters Network, Inc., will host their Annual Breast Cancer Awareness event with its "Gift for Life Block Walk." How ever, this year, the organization has added a Pre-Walk to take place next month. The Pre-Block Walk for the "Gift for Life Block Walk 2011" will take place on Satur day, August 2ih, at the Re-Birth Baptist Church, 1924 E. Co manche Avenue. The "611' Annual Gift for Life Block Walk 2011"will take place on Saturday, October l t, at the Progress Village Recreation Center, 8701 Progress Blvd. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Ms. Sonia Franklin, President of Sisters Network Tampa Bay said the walk is free and open to the public. The Chairpersons this year are Ms. Colleen Upshaw and Ms. Iselyn Dallas. The theme for the event is "Stop The Silence." "We want the community to come out and support us. The African Americans need to real ize that we need to take a part in our health issue s and become our own advocates. We must 'Stop The Silence,"' Ms. Dallas said. The purpose of the walk is to allow a breast cancer survivo r to partner with volunteers and canvas door-to-door in the African American community. The walkers distribute breast health educational information, a resource list, and pink rib bons. The walk brings together breast cancer survivors and members of the African Ameri can community. The walk is unique in that breast cancer survivors partner with volunteers and canvas neighborhoods providing brochures, resource informa tion, and pink ribbons Members of the community are invited to return to the re spective walk sites to hear their stories as they battled the deadly disease. The event will begin at 9 a.m. with registration and con clude at 2 p.m. Free health screenings, door prizes, goody bags and breast health education brochures will be distrib uted during the event. Refreshments will also be served. Anyone wishing to par ticipate are encouraged to reg ister by calling Sisters Network Tampa Bay at (813) 491-3745, or email TampaBay@sister snetworkinc.org. ATIY. GRADY IRVING Public Transportation Com mission from 2006 to 2010, first while a member of the Tampa City Council, and later as a County Commissioner. White served as Chairman of the Public Transportation Commission, (PTC) which oversees permits for vehicles such as taxis, limos, tow trucks, and ambulances. The indictment stated that as part of a conspiracy, Hondrellis opened the Tampa City Towing Company and allegedly conspired with others to get on the rotation list of the Hillsbor ough County Sheriffs Office and the Tampa Police Depart ment. White is alleged to have at tempted to get the company on the lists lising his influence and position. White allegedly re ceived more than $10,000 in payments in 2010, the indictment stated. The federal investigation began in September 2009. Hondrellis met with a Confi dential Informant and al legedly "explained that the PTC was giving away towing certifi cates for money. "The towing certificates en abled companies to be eligible to get on the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and Tampa Police Department ro tating lists." The indictment further stated that in November 2009, the Confidential Informant legedly met with Hondrellis and paid him $1,000 in cash. "The payment was for the Cl's half of the $2,ooo payment previously made to Gerald White, Kevin White's fa ther." Hondrellis introduced the CI to Gerald and Kevin White in January 2010, and the CI was reportedly told to give the men $1,000. The indictment alleges that the CI gave Gerald White a Lincoln Navigator and stated that his son could assist the CI and his company. The indictment stated that several meet ings, some of which were recorded or videotaped, took place. Kevin White allegedly c.. met with an undercover federal C !< agent, known as "Darryl," on April 29, 2010, for the first .!J1 time at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. The two men allegedly dis-:::: cussed getting the towing com pany on the rotation list. White allegedly accepted $1,000 from "Darryl" in cash after the meeting In May 2010, White allegedly told "Darryl" during a telephone con versation that his application was approved. "Darryl" allegedly gave Kevin White $s,ooo in June during a luncheon after White had indicated he needed $10,000, the indictment stated. It further stated that on June 18, 2010, White called the Hillsborough County Sher-iffs Office and attempted to assist the Tri County Auto Towing, Inc., ("Darryl" and Cl's company), be placed on "T1 the Sheriffs rotation list. b The charge of untruthful-:xJ ness came about following a 6 meeting March 2, 2011, White )> had with two federal agents. During the meeting, White Z told the agents "Darryl" "did not provide him cash on any m occasion and never solicited his rinfluence for helping" his m ("Darryl") towing company. ? If convicted, White could face up to 20 years in prison. :j z c m r-It's time to learn about Medicare. c;; :::z::: m c m < m :xJ Now's the perfect time to ask about your Medicare options. How is Medicare different than my previous health coverage? What is Original Medicare and do I have other options? What are Medicare Parts A, 8, C, and D? How can I get enough coverage for my health care needs? Will all my prescriptions be covered? How much money will it cost? Now's the perfect time to be asking about Medicare Advantage Plans, part D coverage, and Medicare Supplement Plans. Call today to talk about your choices. Get ,thefacts you need to make a Eddie D. Passmore, COurtesY 727-:210-0522, rrv 111 . ,,:<<, www.UHCMedicareSolutions.com. 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..... iij editorials/Columns .n ::l .., >;' C( c en w ::l 1-c a: iL c z FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248 -1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHiNG Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-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-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0D-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Oppose Deficit Reductions On The Backs 01 Middle Class And Poor we urge President Obama to remain firm in chalC lenging Congress to increase taxes on America's en wealthiest, given the fact that some Congressmen are ready and willing to reduce America's debt by making 1-America's poor and middle class citizens work until they fl.: are 67 before receivingSocial Security or Medicare beneW fits. [j President Obama is balking at reducing the nation's 0 deficit and balancing the budget on the backs of America's w poor, elderly, disabled, and children while leaving tax :::C cuts for the wealthy untouched. While we would not dare to support a poor versus the m rich scenario here in America, someone has to take a ::l stand and say enough is enough. 11. Indeed, GOP House Speaker John Boehner must think :!:: American citizens are dumb if he thinks we buy the hype ti that "tax hikes destroy jobs." Heck, we're still waiting for j those jobs that Presidents Reagan and Bush alleged ::l America would see when they gave both the rich and corm porations hefty tax cuts. m America's poor have suffered enough and continue to Z suffer during these harrowing economic downslides. i= Consequently, we urge our congressional representatives ffi to support President Obama's quest to spread the pain of en deficit reduction among all Americans -corporate, wealthy, and middle class. c a: 0 ...1 iL Politics Win Out Over Health 01 Elderlv And The Disabled H ave you ever tasted politics? When you become elderly, or need healthcare, will politics be the one to come and take care of you? If the answer is "No," then why is it that most of your fellow voters place more confidence in politicians than in medical health advocates and common sense? And while you're thinking of an answer, is there any wonder that Florida's GOP politicians-inpower have once again turned down federal funds designed to help elderly patients who are eligible to receive home-health-care? Oh, you didn't know? Well, listen closely. Just recently, Conservative-led State Legislators kicked $2.1 million in federal grants to the curb, which would mean that Florida would not receive federal elderly and disabled health care monies that would have increased to more than $35 million. Why? Who knows why? Some say because it smacks of so-called "Obama-care." Others swear the refusal to take money that is distilled from the income taxes of every-day Floridians is just another chapter in the very o::t popular television, I Will Shoot Myself in the Foot and w Then You'll Be Sorry!. CJ Well, boo-hoo-hoo, Florida Legislators! But we're sorry to tell you that we are not amused as you continue Time To limit The Tenure 01 Federal Judges F ederal judges and espe cially those on the Supreme Court serve entirely too long and the time has come to do something about it. It is factual that federal judges are appointed to their positions and they serve for life. Only death, criminal activities or re tirement can get these judges out of office. But today, I am concerned and talking about Supreme Court judges. These are some powerful people. They reign supreme and their decisions are final. What is wrong with that, you ask? The answer is, some of them stay in office and in power too long. Some stay so long until they get too old to do their very important job, get too sick to do it or get so set in their be liefs until they are unable to do their jobs in a fair and judicial manner. The idea of appointing these judges to lifetime posi tions had a noble intention in its inception. As good as the intent was, the idea no longer works. Today, we have Supreme Court judges sitting on the bench totally out of touch with our living constitu tion and an ever-changing United States. The change America needs to make is to keep on appoint ing Supreme Court judges as they do now. Their jobs must be kept above politics by giving them guaranteed tenures. However these guaranteed terms should not be for life. But rather for a set number of years. Terms of either 16 or 20 years maximum comes to Blacks Who Fought For Revolutionarv America M any Black men other than Crispus Attucks were participants dur ing the earliest battles of the American Revolution, though from American history books, you would never know it. In deed, Black Minutemen's pres ence was documented at most of the sites where significant battles took place during the American Revolution. For instance, Lemuel Haynes, a free man, and Peter Salem, who exchanged slavery for his service, helped defend Concord Bridge at Lexington, in April 1775. Other Black men there included Pomp Blackman, Caesar Ferrit, and John Ferrit (fa ther and son), Prince Estabrook, and Samuel Craft. Lemuel Haynes also became part of Ethan Allen's Green Mountain Boys during the cap ture of Fort Ticonderoga in May 1775, along with Primas Black and Ephram Blackman. Another important military engagement, the Battle of Bunker Hill (also known as Breed's Hill) in June 1775, fea tured Black militia men. In deed, Peter Salem became famous for firing the shot that killed British Major John Pitcairn when Pitcairn ex posed himself during battle to brag about driving the Ameri cas from their commanding position. Barzillai Lew, a freeman, also served at Bunker Hill as well as at the siege of Boston. Another Black man, Salem Poor was honored along with Peter Salem by General George Washington for their marksmanship during the battle. In fact, Salem Poor became the first Black military hero in Ameri can history for the commenda tion he received for his "high standard of leadership and courage throughout the battle." Other Black soldiers at Bunker Hill were Cuff Whittemore, Titus Coburn, Charleston Eads, Samson Taylor, and Caesar Brown. Battles in the Delaware Pennsylvania area (Brandy wine, Germantown, Mon mouth, etc.) in 1779 and during General Washington's attack on the British troops evacuating Philadelphia included more than 700 Black troops. Some of the Black men involved in that battle included Samuel Charlton (a slave mind. Sixteen years seems more appropriate, but under no circumstances should the term be more than 20 years. This would work out to either 4 terms of 4 years or 5 terms of 4 years. Whichever one of these numbers is se lected, it should be guaran teed, standard and for all Supreme Court judges. Current Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas clearly demonstrated to those that these lifetime appoint ments can make a judge feel that he or she is above the law. It is easy for a Supreme Court judge to do wh atever they want. Their decisions are not even questioned. This is America, not some foreign country where ruling authority comes by birth. In America, absolutely no one should be guaranteed a life time of power. To get away from this kind of thing was one of the reasons this country was founded. We need to write our Con gressional Representatives and tell them to explore bring ing this change about. The time has come. who took his master's place), Oliver Cromwell (a free man), and Edward Hector. Numerous Black men also served as spies during the American Revolution. During the battle at Norfolk, Virginia, a patriotic Black American free man, posing as a runaway slave, duped Lord Dunmore, the governor of Vir ginia, into believing that Norfolk's Great Bridge was not being guarded properly. Dunmore attacked the bridge and was badly defeated. Another Black man and former slave, James Armistead Lafayette, risked his life behind enemy lines collecting information that ultimately helped French Commander Marquis de Lafayette stop British troop advances led by British General Cornwallis. This action set the stage for General George Washington's victory at Yorktown. In fact, Cornwallis was outdone by two Black spies. Saul Matthews, another former slave, wrested control from British General Cornwallis by penetrating enemy lines and returning with informa tion about Cornwallis' forti fications. Cornwallis was forced to abandon his position and to retreat when most of his troops were captured as pris oners. Wait until we talk about the Blacks who fought on the side of Great Britain during the American Revolution. Now, that will be a discussion you don't want to miss. But until then, as always, Harambee! to attempt to convince us that ignoring the disabled and elderly is simply good for the economy. Perhaps, we should simply wait for you folks to become elderly and disabled, and then see how you like being stuffed in a Conservative pigeon-hole. Maybe, then you might be able to walk in elderly and disabled shoes. Either that or we should set upon you the worst possible disability: the disability of not voting for you, come re-election. Maybe, then we'll get your attention.

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Ficture From _H_o_ro_s_c_o_,__e_s_v_S..;..._o_a........_s _____ --f rn The Sentinel 'Around the Town' roving photographer captured these two lovely ladies attending an evening social event. Pictured_ are: Veronica Johnson and Martha Cusseaux. Mrs. Bessie Jolly and Mrs. Dorothy Watson, the grooms' mother and aunt, respectfully, attending the wedding of Cynthia Bowden and Warren Jolly. Tereyal Dennard, Ken Thompson andFrances Wilson are pictured while attending a wedding reception. The Johnson and Griffin wedding was a spiritual and joyous event. Family members and friends celebrated in their finest attire. Among those people who looked beautiful were: Betty Johnson, Pauline Glymph, Betty Gilbert and Annette Walden. 0 Horoscopes Today's Birthday-Friends and family play an important c.. role this year. Now is a good time to clear out old misunder-c standings and reki ndle old friendships (even if it requires g iv -ing up being right ... a very powerful position). Home is where .?" the heart is. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-You're backstage well-re-::::! hearsed and read y to go. You've got power and charm to in spire. Sometimes it's even more effective from the wings. Have another person succeed. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -A lazy morning hits the spot. What adventure for today? You know the right road to take, so go for it. A little sweat seems a small price for such fun. Get out andmove. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -As long as you're going through a pensive phase, you might as well consider new career opportunities. Thinking outside of the box is highly recom mended. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Speak your heart's desire, but don't forget to stop and listen. Communication goes both ways. You find treasure in a friend's words. Let them know. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Finances could pose a chal lenge today. Focus on doing what you love and try not to worry about the money. Keep in action, and it will come. Value your work highly Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-A surprise reveals a fresh perspective, much to your amazement. Don't worry about rthe work ahead. Check the money angle and make adjust-ments. The outcome is brilliant. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -If travel has been on your mind for a while, don't delay. Pack lightly and hit the adven-en turous road. It doesn t have to cost much A picnic would sat-isfy. :::! Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Stop and smell the roses. Meditation provides some answers (and peace) during chal-rlenges today. Good fortune comes along with change. It gets I:D easier by afternoon. ? Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Don t make decisions J;; about money if you can avoid it, but keep bringing in new ideas :::! for increased productivity at work. The details will sort themZ selves out. "'0 Aries (March 21-April 19)-Get more done in less time 5i by taking a moment to think it through before launching into raction. Check the facts; review the plan; and coast to victory. Taurus (April 20-May 20)-Let yourself lounge for a m deliciously easy morning Then pursue fun with friends 0 through an adventure of discovery. Climb the tallest mountain? Search for buried treasure? Play. m Gemini (May 21-June 2t)-Old friends offer great new ideas. Consider an outrageous request. Get your body in mo--4 tion and take action. What comes around goes around, and in-spiration loves a workout. en c SIIDS ALL MY CHILDREN Ryan becomes susptctous of David's actions; Amanda may be pregnant; Erica tries to es cape. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Eric questions why Ridge is rushing into marriage with Taylor; Stephanie tries to convince Thomas not to reveal the truth; Brooke's family con soles her as she mourns the loss of her marriage; secrets come out at Taylor's bridal shower. Ridge pays one last visit to Brooke and RJ, and Brooke gives him a thoughtful souvenir ; Hope and Dayzee give Stephanie and Thomas final chances to come clean; Steffy has a difficult time containing her excitement about her family's triumph over Brooke. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Rain causes the cancellation of July 4th events so Salem folks imagine themselves in movie roles, including Abigail in "Black Swan," Melanie and Bo in "True Grit and Chad in The Social Network. Rain causes the cancellation of July 4th events, so Salem folks imagine them selves in inovie roles, including Abigail in "Black Swan, Melanie and Bo in "True Grit and Chad in "The Social Net work." Quinn promises Vivian they will find Carly's weakness and take her down; Bo and Hope take out the DiMera guards; Stefano sees Taylor accept his son s proposal; Jennifer turns down an invitation from Daniel to go away for the weekend. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sonny turns on Brenda when she tries to defe .ud Jax; Jackal, PI, puts the moves on Maxie; Anthony threatens Kristina. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Brody comes close to telling Natalie that John is really Liam's dad; Jessica and Ford come to an un derstanding; Cutter and Aubrey have it out about Joey and Tess. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -In a flashback episode, Sharon recalls important events from her past as she contem plates her future with Sam. Nick's first hire at the magaZine in furiates Billy; Sam tries to convince Sharon to stay. ,.. z c ::u 6

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c a: LL. c z <( c en w ;::) .... > a: w > w c w :::r::: en :J m ;::) D.. z j:: w ..J ..J ::: m ..J w z j:: z w en <( JET SET HUDSON, BEN VEREEN And MS. DONNA ANGERS Actor Jet Set Hudson is in hometown, Tampa Bay, FL, visiting family, friends and fans. On Father's Day, actor Ben Vereen visited Understanding Principles For Better Living Church, Rev. Dr. Della Reese (actor), Ministry Founder. See Jet Set on T.V. in Workaholics. AMAIRA We love you, "Sweet 16." Happv Birthdav Birthday shout out going to Ms. Ronecia, who turned 5 on July 2, 2011. Come out and join her with family aiJ.d friends at 18th Street Park. Love, mom and grandma. PYf. Preacher Man! Seeking Christian FellowshiP RODNEYK. LAUDERDALE Write Rodney K. Lauderdale, #41127-048, FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0. Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. 0 ..J LL. Lawvers Arguing Rick Scon's Florida Rulemaking Suspension TALLAHASSEE A lawyer for a disabled woman who says Gov. Rick Scott's freeze on the state rules-mak ing process has made it harder for her to apply for food stamps told the Florida Supreme Court today that the governor has exceeded his constitutional authority. State agencies set up rules and regulations -that go through a public screening process often to implement state laws that are sometimes very general. The governor now requires that any new CD rules first go through his office for approval before movif ing on to the public process. The change has delayed a rule that would make it easier for Rosalie Whiley of Opa Locka, who is blind, to reap ply for food stamps, her attorney and former Florida State University President Talbot "Sandy" D' Alemberte contends. "She's dependent upon having a harmonious conver sation with agencies and hav ing people who represent her have those conversations," D' Alemberte said. The Republican governor has unilaterally added a new step that now lets him stop those conversations before they begin, he said. D'Alemberte, who is also a former American Bar Asso ciation president, said only the Legislature can change the state's administrative procedures law, not the gov ernor. Scott's general counsel, Charles Trippe, argued the Florida Constitution gives the governor "supreme executive power" including the author ity to issue the executive order suspending rulemak ing, which he did immedi ately after taking office in January. Scott froze the process to determine if any proposed rules might conflict with his pro-business agenda. Local Businessman Named One Of Top 300 Small Businesses Of The South Michael Reeves is congratulated by Janice Cook as he accepts his award. (Photo by Hilton Ross-Munro, Competency And Performance Solutions) A local businessman received an award recently at the Busi ness Leader Top 300 Small Businesses of the South Awards Din ner. Janice Cook, DBE Coordinator with HART, nominated Reeves Building And Plumbing Contractor for the award. Michael Reeves, owner, said he was more than honored to be the recipient of such a prestigious award. Businesses were harned in Atlanta, Charlotte, Jacksonville, Memphis; Miami, Nashville, Triad, and Triangle. Hillsborough School District Sees Grade Fall, Fewer 'A' Schools When the state adds addi tional grade components such as graduation rates and college readiness rates. More than half of Florida's public elementary and middle schools received A's from the state, according to the state Department of Education figures Grades are based on scores from the Florida Comprehen sive Assessment Test, which was ratcheted up this year to meet new national education standards. For high schools, gradua tion rates and participation in Advanced Placement classes also are considered. Despite the changes, grades overall remained relatively sta ble, education leaders said. Seven Hillsborough schools were among the Top 50 in the state in terms of the points they scored toward their school grades. Bevis Elementary, an 'A' school, was the third-highest in the state with 722 points. Schools needed 525 points to earn an 'A'. Only two schools, Mount Pleasant Standard Based Mid dle School, a west Tampa char ter school, and Riverhills Eleme!ltary, received F's. Mount Pleasant was an 'A' school last year. Test results show the school struggled in math and reading, with only 33 percent of students in each area meeting high standards. Riverhills Elementary was rated a Clast year. The school dropped significantly in the percentage of students meet ing high standards in math and science. School Supt. Mary Ellen Elia said the district is analyz ing the scores to see what areas need to be targeted for extra help. James Elementary has not received a grade, yet, as the Hillsborough School District and the state investigate a high number of erasures on the school's FCATs, a possible sign of cheating. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' (813) 248-1921

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Local THAUnilies Displaced Families The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa is one of two Authorities in the State of Florida to receive HUD's Family Unification Program Grant. With affordable housing as the number one unmet need in the State of Florida, the U. S. Department of Housing and Development awarded the Tampa Housing Authority $316,302.00 to provide 35 ad ditional vouchers for families with children who are on the verge of becoming homeless or that have been separated due to inadequate housing. These vouchers will enable families to lease or purchase affordable hoqsing n the private housing market, thereby keeping the family unit together. According to research from 2010, there are approximately 57,697 men, women and children who are currently home less in the State of Florida. The Family Unification Grant was designed for the primary factor of preventing separation or the threat of imminent separa tion of children from their families. This grant enables us to continue provisions of suitable and appropriate housing needs for our families," said Jerome Ryans, President and CEO of Tampa Housing Authority. "We value the fam ily unit and are excited that we now have the opportunity to keep more families together." -1 c: m en c c.. c: !:( J.n 1\) 0 _.. _.. "T1 r-0 JJ c )> en m z ::! z m r-Ill c: r rm ::! z "'D c: Ill c en ::1: m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c "TT :!! c

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C'\1 Lt) ::l ..., >-"' Ministrv Plans Trip To Haiti f/) w ::l 1-PASTOR DIEMS DUVERLUS BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Media coverage of the situ ation in Haiti has weakened over the past few months, but for the Haitian people, things are still bad and relief is still slow in coming. Pastor Diems Duverlus has made several trips to his C homeland, and each time he fE returns wanting to do more. c "In a place where poverty Z was already a crisis, we had < earthquakes that devastated the people and the country and relief is not getting to the people that need it the most. 1-"There are problems with crime, prostitution, and other w desperate acts. People are just [ij trying to survive, and are c doing things they never thought they would do." rn On July 22nd, Pastor Du::J verlus will be returning to Haiti as a representative of D. Compassion Network Interna Z tiona! Ministries to address critical need j "We have scheduled a meet::;, m .... w z ML Pleasant ing with the Haitian Chamber and new president to discuss wa y s of improving e ducation in Haiti. As the United States is divided by states Haiti is divided by 10 regions, and it is our goal to put cam puses in each region. Education is vital to the Haitian people so they can fend for themselves and gain more knowledge on how to best help rebuild their homes and other buildings. Pastor Duverlus said the political climate in Haiti has calmed down, but there are still a lot of problems that need to be worked out. "Everyone is not happy with the way the election turned out, but our new president, Michel Martelly, has prom ised to bring us back together. We are going to give him an opportunity to do that, but at the same time there are things that need to be taken care of right now." Pastor Duverlus feels by providing education to the youth, it will put an end to a progression of illiteracy and provide an outlet for the citi zens in helping them recover. "There has to be hope, and that starts when improving yourself so you can know the right things to do. We all real ize now that we will have to do this, because the aid we're supposed to be getting is not getting the job done. "I hope our meeting with the Chamber and President Martelly will make a differ ence and we will be allowed to start getting the school cam puses underway." i= z w f/) .Anllual_ Youth JUly 6, 2011 -July 8, C a: 0 .... LL 7:00 P. 1\11_ Nightly 2002 N. Rome Avenue-Tamps, Florida J3607 Dr. C T Kirlcftmcf, Ptucor Theme: '1' raiDing Our Youth To Become Prepared Youth In Today's Timl Gua&t Evangelist Minister Darrell Brown Proverbs 22:6 Resource Center oners summer Program c: ( FAMILY SUPPORT& RESOURCE CENTERS Happier ... Healthier .. Stronger! The North Tampa Family Support and Resource Center is announcing their summer program that will run from July through August 2011. The program will be held Mondays and Wednes days from 10:30 a. m. until 2:30 p. m. at the North Tampa Family Support and Resource Center, 1401-A East Fowler Avenue. Each week will include learning to be too good for drugs and violence by dis covering social skills such as communication, goal setting, dealing with emotions, con flict resolution and respect for self and others. Also in cluded will be money man agement skills at the child level FCAT skills and arts and crafts. Lunch will be provided and your child must be going into the 3rd, 41h or 51h grade next year to attend. Class Size is limited and you have to come in to regis ter. For more information, call (813) ss8-1877. This program is funded by the Children s Board of Hillsborough Comity, Fam ily Support and Resource centers, Bright Beginnings, and the Healthy Start Coali tion of Hillsborough County. C hildr en's Boar d HILLSBO ROUG H "COU N T Y Dreams WOtth Growin g HEALTHY START COALITION HiLLJborouglt Cowtly Council Of Catholic Women Host Annual Tea Dr. Maureen Connors and Maureen Dorr On May 22nd, the St. Peter Claver Council Of Catholic Women held their annual tea. The guest speaker was Dr. Maureen Connors, Director of Programs at the Franciscan Center. Dr. Connors was intro duced by Sr. Maureen Dorr. The Mistress of Cere mony was Jewel Warren, who is a CCW member. The theme of the tea was "Crazy Hats,", and specifi cally, Dr. Connors' subject was "Women And Their Hats. She had several sam ples of hats, and it was said Dr. Connors had "hati tude." The fancy hat winner was Beverly Backey. Frances Sykes won for the prettiest hat, and Barbara Gay won the craziest hat category, and the ugliest hat was worn by Monica White. Honored at the tea were Mrs. Elnora Boone, Mrs. Martha Kennedy, Mrs. Graciela Portal, and Ms. EllaDowd. Winners are (L-R): Barbara Gay, Frances Sykes, Monica White and Beverly Backey. Honorees are (L-R): Mrs. Martha Kennedy, Mrs. Ella Dowd and Ms. Graciela Portal. THE HAT PARADE

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2 Heritage Christian 3rd Annual Familv And Friends oav Heritage Christian Community Baptist Church, Rev. Delores J. Cain, Pastor, held its 3rd Annual Family and Friends Day Program on June 12, 2011. The program was held at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, Pastor. Rev. Phyllis Council was the Mistress of Ceremony. On program were: Voices of Heritage, Deaconess Selecia Watson, Deacon Gary Watson, Twanya Hall-Clark, Shanica Lowe, Laretha Smith, Speaking Hands of Miami, Rev. Nicole Streeter, Patricia Ryans, Jasmine Pettis, Joyce Mitchell and Pastor Cain. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Special guests, Speaking Hands of Miami presented Pastor Delores Cain a gift. Deaconess Roxanne and Deacon Leonard Streeter were at the program. Members of Mable Gordon Professional Women Chapter 460 Order of Eastern Star: Tonge Coleman, Octavia Sturrop, and Lafe Thomas. Mavberrv Cemeterv The Mayberry Cemetery Organization will meet in its second regular quarterly meeting Tuesday, July 12, 2011, 7 p. m. at Sterling Heights Park, 11706 Williams Rd., Thonotosassa (33592). All members, relatives, family members of Thonotosassa, Seffner and Mango are welcome to attend. Please bring your questions and suggestions. For more information, please contact Mrs. Pauline Larry Grant, Chairperson (813) 986-3300, or Mrs. Leona Moore Hudson, Recording Secretary, (813) 986-6724. Visitors to the service also included Ruth Jefferson and Mona Newsome. Members of Heritage, Deacon Kenneth and Deaconess Denise Scott. Beulah Baptist member in attendance, Cherie Paul. Civic Association To Meet The Thonotosassa, Seffner, Mango Civic Association, Inc. will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, July 11, 2011, 6:30 p. m. at Sterling Heights Park, 11706 Williams Rd., Thonotosassa (33592). All members are urged to be present and bring a friend or neighbor. Please bring your concerns, questions and suggestions. For additional information, please call Pauline Larry Grant, President, (813) 9863300. Women 01 Confidence Women Of Confidence held its conference recently in Tampa for the first time, the second time in Florida. There were guest speakers over the 3 days, including Tampa's own Elder Michelle B. Patty. The conference was held at the Intercontinental Hotel. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Juanita Tyler of Houston, g 'c: !< Host Evangelist Edna James. Texas was the featured '"M songster. A. T. Jones Academv Has First Graduation AT. Jones Math, Science And Technology Academy held its first graduation. Program participants were: Amir Foy-Smith, 4th grade President, Pledge of Allegiance; Welcome, Governing Board member; Word To Parents, Brenda Kearse, Principal; God Bless The USA, 4th grader, Micah Jno-Baptiste; and Class Presentations, Accelerated Scholars Program anq 5th grade. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Bruce Mitchell, Acting Chairman of the Board, participated on the program. Micah Jno-Baptiste, 4th grader, did "God Bless The USA." r-0 l:J (J) m z :::! z m r-I:D c: r rm :::! z

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Local C\1 AME Bishop And Wile Visit Smith librarv / The Presiding Bishop of the nth Episcopal Distric and his wife visited the Walter Smith library while in Tampa for the Tampa District Church School convention, June 13-15, 2011 held at St. Luke AME Church. Bishop and Mrs. McKinley (Dorothy)Young are shown with Dr. and Mrs. Walter (Barbara) Smith at the Smith Library in West Tampa. Tampa Native To Present Original Stage Plav At HCC c a: LL c z ct c AMS Visions and Produc tions will present SAUL's JUKE JOINT, an original, high-intensity, Theatrical Dance Musicial Stage Show Production set in 1938 Hills borough County. The play is written, directed, and produced by Tampa native, Tony Stinyard. SAUL's JUKE JOINT stars Simone Harmon, Connie Chris (VH1), Rory Lawrence, Jay Washington, and comedian, Rocky Cusseaux. Over 50 TONY STINYARD of Tampa's most talented ac tors, dancers, singers, and musicians will also complete the cast. Original music will be provided by Grammy award winning musical director, Desmond Boone, Sr., choreography by Arleen Norman and costume designed by Ena McPherson. The play will be staged at HCC's Mainstage Theatre, 2112 N. 15th St. ii1 Tampa in August. 0 w .... > a: w > w c w :::z::: 0 :::i m ;::) Woman Hopes Book Series Will Help Her Heal BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor a. For years now, Yolanda V. Lee says she has been crying lu inside. No one could hear her ::::i "Silent Screams." From child ;:) hood to adulthood, Ms. Lee says, "my life has been one W fight after another." Those 'silent screams' have z now led to the naming of a se. ries of books, the first of which will be released later in the month. The "Silent Screams ii: Series" will be released in 9 three phases. LL The first will be about her childhood and the emotional, physical and mental abuse she recalls. "Someone To Love The Little Girl In Me" will also entail her life on the streets hustling and drugs. The second series will be about enduring 10 years of do mestic violence at the hands of YOLANDA LEE her ex-husband. The final series entails life after getting away from the abuser, leading into the life she lives today. She has been working on the book since 2004, "and fi nally God said, 'it's time.' A part of me is ashamed, but all of me needs to heal. "I'm hoping this first book will take the bandage off these stinking wounds and let them begin to heal.'' Ms. Lee is planning her first book signing for Saturday, July 16, 2011 at Chester H Ferguson Law Center, where she is employed 5-7 p m. A 43-year-old divorcee Ms. Lee is the daughter of Raymond (Sr.) and Patricia Lee. She is the mother of Nijah, Johnna, Johntavia, Johnavia and John; and the grandmother of Nijon, Nija'e and Na'Zariya Lee. When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family. She serves on the Board of Directors for Bay Area Legal Services, and attends Victory Tabernacle UPC "WE CAN BEAT ALL TAMPA LICENSED CHILDCARE RATES" 0 ,... TRY US! Owner: 813-244-6832 VPK Certified w/2 Computer Labs New Owner Newly Renovated Limited Time Offer Academy of Achievers Childcare Center Lie.# C HC 4 32318 Museum To bhibil Photographer's Works The Tampa Museum of Art will be exhibiting The Hillsborough River: From the Green Swamp to the Bay a portfolio of images by Tampa's Photographer Laureate, Karen Glaser. The exhibition will be running from July 2 through October 16, 2011. There will be an opening reception on Sunday, July 31, 2011 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The Tampa Museum of Art is located at 120 West Gasparilla Plaza in Tampa. Anention All PalieniS Will NO PRESCIIPIIII COIIEBAI lOr C.l1'81118l Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9:00 A.ll., July 22, 2011, at the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, to hear the following requests Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public Inspection In a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All Interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence In this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen(15) workng days after the conclusion of the public hearing. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBUC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT. A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Plarmlng and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 11-o522.CW, Rosalie & Ramon Rodriguez-Colon requesting a Variance to setbacks for proposed room addition for property located at 12405 Cardiff Dr., zoned PO (78-0145). Petition VAR 11-o654-LU, Tampa Reformed Baptist Church requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 19111 LiVingston Ave., zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 11-o559-CW, Bayfalr Haven Bend LLC requesting a Variance to waive sidewalk requirement for property located at SE cor of Haven Bend & W. BearsS Ave., zoned RSC-4 . Petition VAR 11-o661-TNC, John B. Hickey, Bond Auto Sales requesting a Variance to front setback for property located at 7012 W. Hillsborough Ave, zoned CG. Petition VAR 11-o562-EL, Comene Properties Inc. requesting a Variances to reduoe the required setback and to buffer/screening for property located at 8113 E. 20th Ave., zoned Cl. Petition VAR 11-o563-NWH, Torrence L L Hunt & TL Hunt Dev Inc. requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 13301 W. Hillsborough Ave., zoned PO (02-135). Petition VAR 11-o578-ER, Martha Harwood requesting a Variances to lot width and setbacks for proposed subdivision for property located at 1808 Hawk Griffin Rd., zoned ASC-1.

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Entertainment 2 Amber Rose Dropped From Agencv After Pictures leaked Online American model Amber Rose has been dropped from her modelling contract after explicit pictures of her emerged online this week. Kanye West's former girlfriend revealed to fans on Twitter that CAA agency 'no longer wants to work with me'. Graphic nude photographs too crude to publish circu lated on the web yesterday after Rose reportedly sent the images of herself to Nicki Minaj's then-boyfriend. However, Rose claims Safaree, the culprit behind the scandal, sent the pictures to him self after discover ing they w e r e stored on her com-AMBERROSE puter. Today she wrote : 'The company that I was working with no longer wants to work with me because of these pies and that prevents me from getting money to take care of my family. wavans Brothers Sued Bv Former Assistant Keenan Ivory, Shawn and Marlon Wayans are being sued by their former employee. Jared Edwards worked for the Wayans Brothers for ten years and pitched an idea for a book about women who dealt with men for financial gain. With jokes like "You know you 're a golddigger when you know more about sports players' stats than an ESPN analyst," Edwards got his idea denied. Now that the Wayans brothers released a book enti tled, "You Know You're a Golddigger When . ," their former assistant is taking them to court for copyright infringement and also breaching an "implied" prom ise to pay him for his ideas. WAYANS BROTHERS: SHAWN, KEENAN AND MARLON The funniest part of this trial set for July 12th may be the fact that Edwards com mitted check fraud and barrowed $12,000 from Shawn, engaged in sexual acts in Shawn's vehicle; and threw a phone at Marlon and none of these incidents are factors in the case. Javier Colon Wins First Season Of 'The Voice' LOS ANGELES Soulful crooner Javier Colon was crowned the inaugural win ner of"The Voice," NBC' s new singing contest. Colon triumphed over three other finalists when the audience vote was announced on Wednesday's live season finale. He will receive a $100,000 prize and a record ing contract. A slim, 2 percent margin separated Colon from sec ond-place Dia Frampton, 23 of St. George, Utah, host Carson Daly said. The oth e r finalists were Vicci Martinez, 26, ofTacoma, Wa s h a nd Beverly McClellan, 41, o f Virginia a nd Fort L a uderd a le, Fla "Wow, thank y ou," a stunned-looking Colon said as confetti rained down on JAVIER COLON him. "The three women be hind me are absolutely awe some and it was a pleasure to be here with them. " The Voice featured pop s tars Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton as coache s" for the contes t a nt s In a twist on the t a l e nt s h o w f o rmat, th e c ontes tant s initially were pick e d s i ght un seen and on the basis of their voice. Producer Robbed AI Video Shoot THE GAME And CHRIS BROWN A producer by the name of Mars was a block away from The Game's video shoot with Chris Brown Tuesday in Los Angeles when armed robbers walked up on him sitting in his vehicle and demanded his valuables. The male suspects got away in a gray Nissan Altima with cash from the victim's wallet and his jewelry that all totaled $12,000. The Game and Chris Brown were reportedly on the set during the robbery and knew nothing of the incident. Will Smith Taps Denzel Washington For Katrina Movie WILL SMITH And DENZEL WASHINGTON Will Smith is looking to cast Denzel Washington in a new film based on Hurricane Katrina. According to reports, Smith originally intended to produce and star in the movie entitled "The American Can," which is based on the story of John Keller, who saved many elderly residents during Hurricane Katrina, but Smith cannot star in the film due to his obligations in a new movie with director M. Night Shyamalan. Smith is now hoping to re main behind the scenes of The American Can, and hav e Denzel Washington star in the lead role Washington has not yet been confirm e d for the film. Last year, the two Holl y wood stars w e r e rumor e d to b e working tog ethe r on the re make of the 1974 comedy, "Uptown Saturday Night. c Rick Ross Hit With lawsuit Bv Neighbor Over Dog's Death An Atlanta woman is suing rapper Rick Ross claiming that one of the M C' s pet pit bulls attacked and killed her 3y ear-old York shire Terrier. According to the suit, the pit escaped from Ross' yard, entered the neighbor's yard and attacked the smaller dog leaving "3 large bite wounds on his back" and a "very large bite wound on his neck" back in April. Police were called to the scene and were able to separate the dogs but t h e Yorkie' s wounds were so d evastating that he had to be euthanized RICK ROSS Ross has reportedly re fused to apologize for the in cident. The dog s owner is seeking $15,000 . ,?1 Jav-z Launches New Rocawear Campaign Jay-Z continues his busi ness ways by launching a new online marketing campaign for RocaWear. The brand will seed the web with 37 short videos fea turing an eclectic mix of mu sicians, poets, artists, and of course a troupe of double dutchers. This new move is sup posed to shift the label from urban to mainstream, touch ing people from all back grounds "We are a great American brand. We don't envision ourselves as an urban brand or streetwear brand," ex plained Jay-Z. "We wanted to show people how we've evolved and repositioned ourselves, without abandon ing our original DNA." JAY-Z Jay-Z continued to speak on the culture of the business "tJ and why he wants to expand C: it. "It's all walks oflife. When en I played the Glastonbury ffi music festival people said a C hip-hop artist couldn't play a m rock festival. But culture isn't fii segmented like that any more. 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Boxing's Next Great Phenom;J NAKARRIJONES BYTAMECAJOHNSON Freelance Writer A Tampa teen hopes to become a future champion in the sport of boxing. Nakarri Jones is vying for the Junior National Championship taking place next month in Mobile, a Alabama. ii The event highlights the LL top 15 and 16-year-old male C and female Olympic style boxers in the country. > Previous participants include champions Oscar en de Ia Hoya and Roy w ;::::, Jones, Jr. 1-Although Nakarri is pasft sionate about the sport, the decision to take it on was not w hers alone. "I chose boxing C because of the discipline" w :::z::: says Nakarri's, mother, Nakia Riley. The second reason was self-esteem (followed by the need for) self-defense. Nakarri was so shy she would let a lot of things roll off her back, but (I knew) that could turn into a bully ing thing. So before it got to that point, I said she needs to learn how to defend herself.' Once she got into box ing I knew she wouldn't have to worry about that because once people knew she could defend herself she wouldn't have to say anything.'' In addition to mastering the sport of boxing, Nakarri is also a pro on the campus of Jefferson High School, where she begins her senioryear in the fall. She currentlyboasts a 3.5 GPA. Sixteen-year-old Nakarri is currently training in South Florida. Locally, she trains out of Tampa's Fight Factory Gym. The National Championship takes place August 1-6. Nakarri is not only the lone female representing the State of Florida, but the only young woman participating from the Southeast region. en --------------------------------------------::::::i m ;::::) c. z i= w ...J ...J ;::::) m Unitv Youth Football Prepares For 2011Season From left to right: Shauna Jones (Asst. Commissioner), Rosalind Jones (Head Team Mom), and Andrea Mitchell (Cheerleader Commissioner). Contrary to rumors, the Unity Youth Football League is up and running, and according to its director, Orlando Gudes, ready to get underway for the 2011 sea son. "We did lose some teams along the way, and others have been reorganized. But, we're still going strong and still recruiting players. The Copeland Park Saints have a new staff with Marcus Byrd as Commissioner, and Shauna Jones, Assistant Commissio ner. C\1 still looking for kids. ,.... Ms. Jones said they all hope the new staff will bring back a lot of the kids who were part of the program when it first began. Gudes said Unity Youth Football is entering its 7th year in the area, and still try ing to add more teams. w "I definitely need to point CJ out that the Copeland Park 2: Saints are alive and and Chris Bosh Does It Big For Four-oav las Vegas Bachelor Panv CHRIS BOSH The last time we saw Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh, he was sobbing in defeat. Well CB seems to have got ten over the Finals loss to the Mavericks. That's what a four-day bachelor party in Sin City will do for you. Bosh's Las Vegas shindig, dubbed "The Hangover 3" started last Thursday, went on through Sunday, and included a visit to the shoot ing range, a dinner at N 9NE Steak House, paintball, a magic show provided by Criss Angel and comedy show by Mark Curry. Bosh's 12-man crew included New Orleans Hornets' Jarrett Jack and Pops Mensah-Bonsu. Noticeably absent were team mates LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. Bosh is scheduled to marry Adrienne Williams in Miami in July. Reoon: Aaib Talib's Trial In 2012 AQUIBTALIB Tampa Bay Buccaneers cor nerback Aqib Talib report edly won't stand trial for his aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge until next year. Talib had his trial sched uled in Texas for March 26, 2012 Police said they believe Talib and his mother, Okolo Talib, shot at his sis ter's boyfriend on March 21. The man was not injured. Talib, 25, has been out on $25,000 bond since March 30. A Garland police spokesman said in a Tampa radio interview in March that detectives had met with Talib before making the decision to charge him with a crime. The spokesman said the charge is a second-degree felony, which can carry a prison sentence of five to 20 years. woman savs Owens Fails To Pav Some Child Suppon ATLANTA-The mother of Terrell Owens' child says the NFL star has refused to pay the full $5,000 a month in child support he owes. Melanie Paige Smith filed court papers June 20 in an Atlanta court seeking to hold the player in contempt. Owens "has failed and refused to pay the full amount of child support for June 2011," Atlanta attorney Randall Kessler wrote in court records. Owens' financial advisers have informed Smith that he's decided to no longer pay the full amount, added. Kessler said Wednesday TERRELL OWENS that Smith doesn't have any ill will toward Owens. "She simply asks that he follow the order to which he agreed," he said. "Rather than discussing his situation with her or her lawyers first, he simply cut his child sup port." Ron Anest Explains NameChanue Finally, an explanation! Ron Artest explained why he is planning on changing his name to Metta World Peace. The Los Angeles Lakers forward said he had to give credit to Chad Ochocinco, who changed his name from Chad Johnson in 2008. He talked about how he had been thinking of a new name for three years and he want ed it to be inspirational. "At first, I wanted it to be One Love. But people were like, 'no that's kind of corny" he said. "We needed a cool first name. I was going to leave my name as Ron at the beginning. But I needed a cool first name so we came up with Metta." Artest said he liked "Metta" because it had RONARTEST. meaning to it and it was inspired by Buddhism. According to Artest, "Metta" means "friendship, loving, kindness, and togeth erness." He also said he's not forc ing people to call him by his new name and that his team mates can call him anything. IHou;s: 9 A.M. 7 P M .. Mondy Sdturd,,y ----_ 9 __I 3608 N. 1Sth{comer0flake)

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Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Tiger Woods To Pitch Heat Rub In Japan With aunon TIGER WOODS NAGOYA, JAPAN--Tiger Woods has been hired as a pitchman for a Japanese heat rub used to relieve mus cle and joint pain. "Kowa Company Ltd. is pleased to announce the use of Tiger Woods as the image character of Antiphlogistic Analgetic Vantelin Kowa series," the Nagoya-based company said in a press release. The TV commercial with Woods will debut nationally in Japan from mid-July Woods has not played since May 12, when he withdrew after nine holes from The Players Championship with knee and Achilles injuries. He said on Tuesday he had no planned timetable for his return, and it would only be when he was 100 percent. Boston Red Sox pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka, who is sidelined after elbow reconstruction surgery, has also promoted the Vantelin heat rub on Japanese TV. It isn't the first time Woods has promoted products in Japan. He also appeared in TV commercials for canned iced coffee in the late gos. #1 NBA Draft Pick Kvrie lning Being Accused Of Sexuallv Harassing Model KYRIE IRVING A model and alleged prostitute has filed two police reports for h _arassment on former Duke University point guard and #1 NBA draft pick Kyrie Irving. Miss Hawaii, real name Jessica Jackson, claims to have a video of the Duke superstar Kyrie Irving mas turbating on Skype. Earlier in March Miss Hawaii tweeted: "i mean this is just the beginning too dude, i have video of him masturbating on camera i mean if you want to keep f&"%$n with me, let's go number one draft pick masturbating on camera?? hmmno" BBM and text message evidence uncovered by BlackSportsOnline show that Miss Hawaii submitted a police report on March 22nd. She threatened to report Irving to the police after she began receiving phone calls that she believed were from Irving's friends and family. BlackSportsOnline is also reporting that Miss Hawaii may actually be a prostitute and that she created a fake Twitter account, DukeLvng89, to harass Irving and refer to his dead mother. "Kyrie can go to the league and make millions thats so great for him ... too bad it wont bring his mother back SHES DEAD DEAD DEAD DukeLvn989" Around that time, Kyrie Irving erased his twitter account. Then DukeLvr posted his cell phone number, follow ed by posting a picture of him shirtless. She then threatened to post sexual text message conversa tions she'd had with him as well as a picture of his private parts. CHAD OCHOCINCO Ochocinco turned to NASCAR on Thursday in his ongoing search for thrills away from the foot ball field. Ochocinco was strapped in for the ride as Jeff Burton drove his No. 31 car around Atlanta Motor Speedway on Thursday. Burton estimated he reached speeds of 150 to 160 miles per hour with Ochocinco. That seemed to satisfy Ochocinco, who climbed out and said "That was nice. That was real nice." Before the laps, Ochocinco said he made sure Burton was ready to. push the Chevrolet. "I asked him to let loose," Ochocinco said. "Please don't waste my time. Step on the gas." Ochocinco, the six-time Pro Bowl receiver, is making the most of his extended time away from football during the NFL lockout. He took the ride with Burton about six weeks after visit" ing the Professional Bull Riders circuit near Atlanta to ride a 1 ,500-pound bull for 1.5 seconds. He also has had a soccer tryout with Sporting Kansas City of the MLS and last year was one of the final four contestants in Dancing With the Stars Next? Ochocinco said he plans to wrestle an alligator in Florida. "If you're not nervous, you're not living," he said. "I'm willing to try everything once Voice ofOur Communi t y Speaking for ltself;p (813) 248-1921. SHE MARA Hello, Shemara. This week, it's your turn to put smiles on the faces of all those loyal Beauty Unlimited viewers. Shemara is never afraid to be the focus of attention, and yet she's humble enough to step aside-and share the spotlight with her friends. Shemara says he wants to be so successful, she can reach back and help others do the same. She is not always serious and occasionally allows herself time to party and let it all hang out. The man in Shemara's life must be strong, handsome, self-reliant, honest, and willing to walk with and beside her, not in front of her. Congratulations to Shemara as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. NBA In lockout After Sides Fail To Reach New Deal NEW YORK --NBA players are locked out, possibly jeopardizing next season. Union chief Billy Hunter said on Thursday the owners locked out the players after failing to reach a new collective bargaining agreement. With this latest action two of four major professional sports in the United States are locked out. The NFL locked out its players in March, and the two sides have been in discussions this week, trying to work toward a new deal. Despite a three-hour meet. ing on Thursday the NBA and its players could not close the enormous gap that remained in their posit-ions. The CBA was due to expire at midnight. to just a so-game schedule, the only time the NBA missed games for a work stoppage. The sides remained far apart on just about every major issue, from salaries to the salary cap, revenue. s to revenue sharing. Players, who previously offered to reduce their salaries by $sao million over five years, considered the owners' proposal for a "flex" cap, where each team would be targeted to spend $62 mil lion, a hard cap. Although the league said total player compensation would never dip below $2 billion over the life of its proposed 10-year deal, that would amount to a pay cut for the players who were paid more than $2.1 billion this season in salaries and benefits. 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c a: LL c z c( c en w 1-> a: w > MARGARET MCCARTHAN Born: 9-20-31 Sunset: 6-29-11 Services by Aikens. Details will be announced in Friday's edition. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOTHER'S DAY AND IN MEMORY OF w EVANGELIST fa CAROLYN E. SMITH :X: (July 6, 1943-May 21, 2009) en :J m ll. Be still and know that He's God. Be assured that as long as you trnst him, He will never fail you or djsappoint you. You are loved and truly missed by your family. Happy belated Mother's Day. We love you. z i= w ...J ...J m Stephanie, AI and Kim, ...J Sylvia and Quint, Bill and W Toya; grandkids, brothers, Z sister and family. i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL HAROLD JONES Candle Light Memorial Services will be held for the former owner of Morning Glory Funeral Home, Tampa, Mr. Harold Jones. The service will be held on Monday, July 11, 2011 7 p. m. Holmes Funeral Directors, 601 -Claude E. Holmes Sr., Avenue, Haines City, FL, 863-419-2700. Contact persons: Mr. and Mrs. Holmes or Pastor Deborah Ford. Repass following service. ll,@ilil:t!J! R Jl AIKENS FUNERAl HOME Mr. Frank Barnes, Tampa. Mr. Michael Bruce, Tampa. Mrs. Margaret Mc-Carthan, Tampa. EVERm-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAl HOME Willie Ed Bivens, Peachtree City, GA. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Charlie Kemp, Tampa. Bobbie Pool, Wimauma, FL. WilSON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Neil Adams, Antigua, South America. Ms. Bertha Foye, Tampa. Mrs. Celestine Vickers Kennedy, Brandon, FL. Ms. Sylvia Simmons, Tampa. Mr. Melvin Wilson, Jr., Tampa. "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com National Mom, Daughter Face Charges In Teen Anack NAOMIE JEANRITE FT. LAUDERDALE Authorities say an Oakland Park mother and her daughter faces charges after being accused of beating and stabbing a teenager, and slamming her puppy on the ground. When deputies arrived on the scene on Tuesday, they saw 46-year-old Naomie Jeanite swinging a baseball bat at four teens, the Broward Sheriffs Of fice said. Prior to the arrival of deputies, Jeanite had hit a 15year-old with a bat and then Jeanite's 17-year-old daughter also stabbed the teen twice in the arms with a knife, the sheriffs office said. After stabbing the teen in the arm, the daughter picked up the 8-week-old puppy and slammed it onto the sidewalk, authorities said. u.s. Appeals Coon Upholds Obama Health-Care law The Obama administration prevailed Wednesday in the first appellate review of the 2010 health-care law as a threejudge panel from the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held that it was constitutional for Congress to require that Amer icans buy health insurance. The ruling by the court in Cincinnati is the first of three to be delivered by separate courts of appeal that heard arguments in the health-care litigation in May and June. Opinions are ex pected soon from panels in the 4th Circuit in Richmond, Va., and the nth Circuit in Atlanta Lawyers on both sides of the case expect the Supreme Court to take one or more of the cases. In the 2-1 ruling, a judge appointed by a Republican president joined one named by a Democrat to write the majority opinion. As they look ahead to the Supreme Court, the law's defenders can take encouragement from the concurring opinion written by Judge Jeffrey Sutton, an appointee of President George W. Bush, a Republican. Sutton is typi cally considered conservative on constitutional reach. After acknowledging the dif ficulty of pinpointing the limits on Congress' power to regulate interstate commerce, Sutton wrote: In my opinion, the government has the better of the arguments." He added, "Not every intrusive law is an uncon stitutionally intrusive law ." Prisoners Could Be Released Earlv For Crack Crimes WASHINGTON One in every 20 federal prisoners could be eligible for early release under a potential sentencing change to be voted on Thursday for in mates convicted of crack cocaine offenses Congress passed a law last year substantially lowering re commended sentences for peo ple convicted of crack cocaine crimes, ranging from possession to trafficking. The idea was to fix a longstanding disparity in pun ishments for crack and powder cocaine crimes, but the new, lower recommended sentences for crack offenders didn't auto matically apply to people already in prison. Now the six-member U.S. Sentencing Commission must decide whether offenders locked up for crack offenses before the new law took effect should bene fit and get out earlier. Up to 12,000 of the roughly 200,000 people incarcerated in federal prisons nationwide could be affected. A report by the com mission estimates that the aver age sentence reduction would be approximately three years, though a judge would still have to approve any reduction. "There is a tremendous amount of hope out there," said Mary Price; vice president of Families Against Mandatory Minimums, an advocacy group for prisoners and their relatives. "There is a potential that people could see their sentences re duced, for some quite dramati cally." woman Drowns In Pool, Bodv Ignored For Two Davs MASSACHUSETTS A drowned woman's body sat unnoticed at the bottom of a public pool for two day, while people swarm in the water. According to reports, 36-year-old Marie Joseph drowned in a Fall River, Mas sachusetts pool on Sunday, but was not found until Tuesday night. According to police, Joseph's body had been in Veteran's Memorial Pool at Lafayette Park since Sunday. Investigators said the body was found by people who were at the pool after it closed at 10 p.m. Tuesday. The pool is operated by the state Department of Conservation and Recreation. Lifeguards were on duty throughout the day on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, yet police said no one saw the body. Friends of Joseph said they're angry that her death somehow went unnoticed. "People were swimming there with a body in there. They didn't find the body until (Tuesday night)," one woman said. MSNBC Suspends Analvst Mark Halperin Over Characterization 01 President Obama Cable news network MSNBC has suspended the network's senior political analyst, Mark Halperin. Halperin was sus pended indefinitely after he called President Obama ''kind of a dick" on the network's "Morning Joe" show after having been assured by co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski that there would be a seven second delay. "Are we on the seven second delay today? Halperin asked, in response to a question about President Obama's "feisty" comments at a news conference yesterday. "I want to character ize how I thought the president behaved." MARK HALPERIN "I thought he was kind of a dick yesterday," Halperin said. "Oh my God! Delay that. Delay that. What are you doing? I can't believe you -I was jok ing! Don't do that. Did we delay that?" Scarborough said. "I hit it, I hope it worked," said a producer's voice off-cam era. Texas Man Dumps 4-Year-Oid Son Bv Hiuhwav SWEETWATER, TEXASA father abandoned his 4-year old son along a West Texas highway, and the injured boy spent several hours alone in the dark before a passing motorist picked him up, police said. Carlos Rico, 22, stopped his car along a cactus-lined stretch of Interstate 20 near Sweetwater at about 3 a m. Tuesday and "threw the boy out of the car like a bag of garbage." The boy was picked up about three hours later by the local h i g h school basketb a I 1 c 0 a c h CARLOS RICO a n d taken to a hospital, where doc tors removed at least 500 cactus spines from the child 's body, Kelley said. 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c= Personal Trainer Charged Police seek Arrest Made In With Sexual Banerv Man suspected Drive-Bv Shooting In Three sT. PETERSBURG At 91 On Frida y Hillsborough County Sheriffs detectives arrested a personal trainer for the alleged sexual battery of a female client. James Williams, 39, was arrested at his residence in Corey Lake Estates Detectives report that the sexual battery occurred on June 27th at Williams' business, Club Tone, 5038 Linebaugh Avenue. The victim, an adult fe male, told detectives she hired Williams as a personal trainer and met him at his studio that morning. During a session, the victim alleges JAMES WILLIAMS she was sexually battered. Detectives are asking for anyone who has had contact with Williams and believes they may be a victim to contact the Sheriffs Office at (813) 247-8200. Suspects Sought In Grocerv Store Robberv Tampa Police are looking for two men suspected of robbing a grocery store Saturday. Police said two men entered the El Noa Noa Grocery Store, 4515 North Armenia, and while armed with handguns, confronted the manager and cashier. The suspects demanded the manager open the cash reg-ister. Both suspects took money and fled on foot to a vehicle. The suspects are described as Hispanic males, one 5 10" tall, the other s'6" to 5'8" tall. The suspect vehi cle is described as a newer model Black Ford Explorer Sport Trac, 4-door, 17" chrome rims and dark tinted windows. Former Black Vice President-steals Millions From Citiuroup Gary Foster, a Black man and former vice president at Citigroup, isbeing accused of embezzling $18-4 million from the Wall Street giant. It was a one man heist that involved a ser ies of secret money trans fers, that resulted in his surren der at John F Kennedy International Airport on Sun day night, directly off of a flight from Bangkok. "According to a criminal complaint Foster's depart ment financed loans and processed wire transfers within Citigroup. From May 2009 through to the end oflast year, Foster siphoned funds from various Citigroup accounts, placed them in the bank's cash account and then wired the money into his private account at another bank in New York," The Sydney Morning Herald reports. After helping himself to the company cash, he quit as VP of the treasury finance depart ment in January before making GARY FOSTER a run for it. He had been trav elling in southeast Asia when he heard that he'd been caught. He was released Monday on a $700,000 bond after appear ing in federal court. Foster is now facing bank fraud charges that carry a maximum penalty of 30 years, the Herald reports At least this guy had the de cency to quit while he was ahead, instead of being hauled out of his office for an even big ger spectacle. Either way, he obviously didn't steal enough money to make sure he would n't get caught. Burglaries 1:30 p. m. Saturday, St. Pe-1\:1 tersburg Police found and ar-g Tampa Police are working to locate a man who brok e into a Grill Smith Restaurant on June 30th. Police said at 2:12 a. m., a Hispanic male used an unknown object to smash open the side glass door of the restaurant. He entered the business and went to the back office where he looked through drawers and cabinets. The suspect found nothing and left the business. Police believe this suspect was involved in two other burglaries one within a few hours after the Grill Smith burglary a t the Datz Deli on South MacDill Avenue. The other on June 24th at the Family Dollar on West Waters Avenue. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 20 to 30 years old, medium build and height with short, dark hair. He possibly has acne scars on his face. Phoenix Teen Bit, Beat Girlfriend's 3-Year-Oid Daughter To Death An 18-year-old Phoenix, AZ man is accused of beating his girlfriend s 3-year-old daughter to death According to reports by the NY Daily News: A Phoenix man brutally beat and bit his girl friend's 3-year-old daughter to death and nearly did the same to her year-old sister, police said Martwane Mackey a dmit ted to authoritie s he ass a ulted both g irls but denie s killin g the e lder one, the Arizona Republic report ed Tuesday. Th e 18-year-old claims young Ty'Shea Austin suffered a choking and respiratory inci dent Saturda y while he was watching the girl and her little sister, Zariah, police said. His girlfriend, Qnique Thues, was at work at the time. The couple lived together. Mackey said he d i d not im mediately call 911 or take the child to the hospital, but instead struck and bit the toddler to re vive her, authorities said in a police report Mackey eventually called 911 from a pay phone around 2 a.m. Saturday, police said When cops arrived, they found him with the 3-ye a r-old in his arms H e 's a monster, a nd people n e ed to know he's a monster," Rhonda Brown, Ty'Shea a nd Zariah' s g r a ndmoth e r t o ld A B C 15 N e w s I d o n 't think d ea th i s good e n o u g h for him I t hink h e n ee d s t o b e bea t e n lik e h e b ea t h e r." Mackey was a r res t e d a nd c h a rged vvith fir s t-degr ee mur d er a n d child a bu se. rested a shooting suspect at an apartment complex on Lynn Lake Drive, South. Police arrested Shaquille McKinney, 18. He had been last seen in the parking lot of the complex was arrested without incident. At the time of his arrest, he was in possession of cocaine. McKinney is charged with the June 25th drive-by shooting of Christopher Turner, 23, that subse-SHAQUILLE MCKINNEY quently resulted !n a police pursuit. During the pursuit, a police cruiser overturned and an officer was injured. ..... Man Faces Two Counts 01 Carjacking LAKELAND Lakeland Police responded to a 7-11 Store on Edgewood Drive Fri day after receiving a report of an attempted carjacking While responding to the call, police received another report of a carjacking in progress at the Winn Dixie store on Lakeland Highlands Road. When police arrived, they found Michael James McCoy, 21, had been detained at the scene by a good samari tan. Police said the carjacking spree began as a woman sat in the driver's seat of her vehicle at the gas pumps at the 7-11 with her three small children as her husband refueled the vehicle. Police said McCoy ap proached the woman and de manded the car. He reportedly reached into the vehicle and began to struggle with the woman over the keys. At the time, th e wom a n s husband in tervened and began to struggle MICHAEL MCCOY 'T1 r 0 ::tl c )> en m z :1 z m r aJ c= with McCoy. r-McCoy managed to break free and fled toward the Winn z Dixie parking lot where he "'D made contact with a 75-year-5j oldman. r As that victim left his vehi-en ::I: cle, McCoy reportedly com-m manded him to give him the C keys and forcefully took them from the man's hands. That's m when a good samaritan tackled McCoy and held him until po-lice arrived. C m McCoy is charged with two en counts of carjacking and bat-C t ery ....... )> z Man savs on-outv Police ::tl Responsible For loss 01 Eve responsible. WASHINGTON --Jackie Bensen spoke exclusively with a man and his attorney about a beating outside a D.C. night club that may have police offi cers facing charges. Walter Blair, 24, was cele brating his birthday in Wash ington D.C. the night he lost his eye in a night club beating. His attorney, Ron Carp, said 3 off-duty D C police offi cers working as bouncers were "They were kicking him in the head taking out his eye," Carp told News4' s Jackie Bensen. "There's no reason in the world that this young man had to lose his eye that night." Walter Blair, a graduate from the University o Delaware and a former football player was out with 8 friends on June 9 at Lotus Lounge, on K Street in the Northwest. Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plan s Available With NO CREDIT CHECK Post-Conviction Proceedin gs, Scaling Criminal Records and Appeals-3111 We s t M.L.K. Jr. Blvd. Suit e 1 00 T a mpa F L 33607 www.4R easonablc Doubt.com o f a lawyer is a n important decision that should n o t be based ask us t o send F R E E written information about ..... c.n

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c a: LL c z < c en w ::l l-it w > w c w :::1: en :J m ::l c. z w ...1 ...1 ::l m c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. FLORIDA Case No.: 011-00348 DIVISION: I FARM CREDIT OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, ACA, PLAINTIFF, vs. D.G. DIEHL FARMS, INC., a Florida Corporation; DEAN G. DIEHL, individually, BEST DEAL BLUEBERRIES, INC., a converted Florida corporation f/kla BEST DEAL BLUEBERRIES, LLC, a Florida limited liability company; HIGHLAND CORPORATION OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, INC., a Florida corporation ; PACKAGING CORPORATION OF AMERICA, a Delaware corporation; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; ASHER BARNEA and LINDA BARNEA; TOWNSEND FARMS, INC., an Oregon corporation; US BANCORP, a Delaware corporation; VIP MARKETING, INC., a California corporation; FIVE POINT CAPITAL, INC., a California corporation; KEYSTONE EQUIPMENT FINANCE CORP., a Delaware Corporation; together with any GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES OF SAID DEFENDANT(S), AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST DEFENDANT(S); and any UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the cause pending in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, in and for Hillsborough County Florida, Case No. 011-00348, in which FARM CREDIT OF CENTRAL FLORIDA ACA, is the Plaintiff D.G. DIEHL FARMS, INC., a Florida Corporation; DEAN G. DIEHL, individually, BEST DEAL BLUE;BERRIES, INC., a converted Florida corporation f/kla BEST DEAL BLUEBERRIES, LLC, a Florida limited liability company; HIGHLAND CORPORATION OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, INC., a Florida corporation; PACKAGING CORPORATION OF AMERICA, a Delaware corporation; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; ASHER BARNEA and LINDA BARNEA; jointly and severally; TOWNSEND FARMS, INC., an Oregon corporation; US BANCORP, a Delaware corporation; VIP MARKETING, INC., a ...1 w California corporation; FIVE POINT CAPITAL, INC., a California corporation ; and KEYSTONE Z EQUIPMENT FINANCE CORP., a Delaware corporation, are Defendants, the undersigned Clerk will sell !z the property situated in Hillsborough County, described as: w en C a: 0 ...1 LL CD ,.. The West 3.4 of the Northeast 1,4 of the Southeast 14 of Section 31, Township 31 South, Range 21 East, Hillsborough County, Florida; SUBJECT TO an easement in McGrady Incorporated as to the North feet for private roadway. TOGETHER WITH an easement for ingress and egress over the North 30.00 feet of the Northwest 1,4 of the Southeast 14 of Section 31, Township 31 South, Range 21 East Hillsborough County, Florida Parcel Identification 88738-0000 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash on the 28th day of July. 2011, at the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs Street, 2nd Floor, Room 201/202, Tampa, Florida 33602, beginning at 2:00 p.m. on the prescribed date. "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. TO REQUEST SUCH AN ACCOMMODATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, 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 1-800-955-8n1 (TTY); IFYOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL THE FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT 1-soo-955-sno. Dated this 24th day of JUNE. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/FELICIA PATTERSON AS DEPUTY CLERK e Daycare Director!Teacher Wanted Apply At: Kidz Cove 208 West Frances Or Call (813) 507-6000 Looking For Experienced Lawn Care Worker Must Pass Background Check No Misdemeanor Drug Chargers And Absolutely No Felony Charges (813) 270-6887 s Start Your Own Business For Only $5.00 Call (813) 310-0991 For Detailed Information Marketing Assistant Full Time With Benefits. Details And Application At: www.tampatheatre.org Or In Person At Tampa Theatre 711 N. Franklin Street Staff Assistant II Tampa Bay Water, a Regional Water Supply Authority, Florida's largest water wholesaler, is seeking a Staff Assistant II. Under general supervision performs a wide variety of routine to moderately complex administrative support duties for accomplishing daily operations of the assigned division. Applicant should have essential knowledge of administrative procedures and routines, and be capable of performing assigned duties with considerable independence High school diploma or GED; supplemented by minimum four years progressively responsible administrative support must have considerable experience in Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint; or a n equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. The position will be assigned to work out of the Tampa Bay Water Cypress Creek Facility located in Land 0' Lakes, FL. For more detailed information and to download an application go to www.tampabaywater.org. U.S. citizenship or legal authorization to work in the United States is required. Applications accepted until July 18, 2011 Salary range is 35 to 42K (Salary commensurate with experience) Submit completed application and supporting documentation addressing qualifications and experience to: Tampa Bay Water, H .R. Dept., 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater, FL 33763; Tampa Bay Water is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No phone calls please. Resumes without applications will not be considered. For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Accepts DEBIT VIsa. IVIasterCard A"'erlcan Express And Debit Cards "'ant VIa Phone

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Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00 p.m., July 25, 2011, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Development Services Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Zoning Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The recommendation and/or Final Decision of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15} working days after the conclusion of the public hearing The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONIN G HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FOftTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OFTHE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Development Services Department at (813} 276-2006 or 272-5920. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 11-0557 TNC (AB), filed on 5/19/2011 by Supermarket Inc, represented by Lucy Castellano of 2424 W. Tampa Bay Blvd., #C107, Tampa, FL 33607, ph 813-351-7179 requesting distance separation waivers for an Alcohol Beverage Development Permit 2-APS (Beer & wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises-package sales) The property is. 4,016 sq. ft and is presently zoned PD (1173) It is located in all or parts of Section 25 Township 28 Range 17 or 6902, 6904 & 6910 Hanley Rd. Petition SU 11-0579 VR (AB), filed on 5/31/2011 by Randy Raymond represented by Dixie Liberty, of 5719 Tanager Lake Rd., Lithia, FL 33547, ph 813-817-8585, requesting distance separation waivers for an Alcohol Beverage Development Permit 2 COP (Beer & wine for sale & consumption on & ott the licensed premises) The property is 2,282 sq. ft. and is presently zoned PD (87-0060). It is located in all or parts of Section 17 Township 30 Range 21 or 4375 & 4377 Lynx Paw Trail. Petition SU 11-G580 VR (AB), filed on 5/31/2011 by Anthony Cimino, represented by Dixie Liberty, of 5719 Tanager Lake Rd., Lithia, FL 33547, ph 813-817-8585, requesting distance separation waivers for an Alcohol Beverage Development Permit 4COP-X (Beer, wine & liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only) The property is 4,640 sq. ft. and is presently zoned PD (87-0060). It is located all or parts of Section 17 Township 30 Range 21 or 4351 Lynx Paw Trail. REZONING REQUESTS RZ 11..0583 RV, filed on 6/1/2011 by Glass Ancil T. Trustee, represented by Tim Powell, of P. 0. Box 1016, Tampa, FL 33601, ph 813-204-9554, requesting a zone change from CG to Cl (R). The property is 1.06 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 8 Township 30 Range 20 or W/S of U.S. Hwy 301, 1 00' S/0 Bloomingdale Ridge. Petition RZ 11-G588 EGL, filed on 6/2/2011 by Avis Budget Group, represented by Michael D Horner, of 14502 N. Dale Mabry Hwy # 200, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-962-2395, requesting a zone change from CG to Cl (R). The property is .90 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 28 Range 18 or EIS of N. Dale Mabry Hwy., 200' N/0 W. Sligh Ave. Petition RZ 11..0589 RU, filed on 6/2/2011 by Dickman Investments LLC, represented by Kevin Mineer, of 3910 N. US Hwy 301 # 145, Tampa, FL 33619, ph 813-620-4500, requesting a zone change from AR to ASC-1. The property is 174 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 35 Township 31 Range 18 or NW cor of 19th Ave. & Dickman Island Rd. Petition RZ 11..0592 LU, filed on 6/2/2011 by Harvey Schonbrun, Trustee, represented by John N. LaRocca of 101 E. Kennedy Blvd.# 3020, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-226-8970, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to BPO. The property is 1.4 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 02 Township 27 Range 18 orW/S of N. Dale Mabry Hwy., 700' SW of Holly Lane. Petition RZ 1 t-0517 GB, filed on 4/27/2011 by KB Home Tampa LLC, represented by Christie Barreiro, of 5806-B Breckenridge Pkwy., Tampa, FL 33610, ph 813-964-7125, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 (MH) & PD (04-0275) to PD. The property is 18.86 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 35, Township 30, Range 19 or SIS of Symmes Rd., 500' E/0 Tangle Creek Blvd. Petition RZ 11-0520 PR, filed on 4/28/2011 by Gordon J Schiff, of 1211 N Westshore Blvd.,# 401, Tampa, FL 33607, ph 813-286-9777, requesting a zone change from RSC-6, RSC-6 (MH) & RDC-12 to PD. The property is 3.4 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 21 Township 29 Range 19 or SIS of 1Oth Ave. S., 450' W/0 U.S. Hwy 41. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 11-0547 NWH, filed on 5/13/2011 by Double Branch Land Trust, represented by Adam M. Harden of 514 N. Franklin St.,# 206, Tampa, FL 33601, ph 813-781-2558, requesting a Major Modification to Planned Development Zoning. The property is 41.7 ac and is presently zoned PD (96-308} It is located in all or parts of Section 19 & 30, Township 28 Range 17 or SW cor of W Hillsborough Ave & Double Branch Rd. 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