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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area II er II san ers SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 66 NO. 99 TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Teen Dies After BeingHiiBV Pickup Truck SEE PAGE 2 Citv Council Delavs vote on Panhandling SEE PAGE 9 Man Who Stabbed Wile Of 3 oavs Gets life SEE PAGE 2 MIDDLETON HIG H CLA SS OF 1971 CELEBRATES 40 YEARS The Middleton High School Class of 1971 celebrated 40 years recently with a reunion comprised of several events. The theme was "To gether Again 40 Years Later Still Bound By Faith." Some of the classmates/committee members in attendance were, left to right, seated: Linda Cotney, Rose Edwards Buchanan, Karen Williams, Diane Huff, Debra Smalls, Patricia B. Smith and Valretha Williams. Standing, left to right, Otella Edwards, Willie C. Taylor, Jackie Edwards, Willie McKnight, Stanley Joyner, Sherna B. Rich, Melvin Stone, Ronald Swain, Herbert Alexander, Arthur Cole (President), and Edward Cooper. (Photo by Sylvester Harris)

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.... .... 1-(/) :::J e, Teen Killed After Hit Bv Truck. :::J = w c w ::I: (/) ::::i m :::J a. z Hillsborough County MORRIS TAYLOR, JR. 9/9/1996 --7/28/2011 were wearing dark clothing at the time of the accident. No charges have been filed against Williams. However, the accident re mains under investigation. Loved To Play A native of Tampa, Morris was the son of Mrs. Vicki Taylor Wallace and Morris Taylor, Sr. The family lives in the Sampson Park area of Southern Hills borough County. In addition to his parents and five siblings, he is sur--' vived by his grandparents, Mrs. Edna Hobley, Aaron Hobley, and Bennie Wallace, Sr. He is also survived by numerous other family members and friends. His mother said Morris enjoyed playing the Play Sta tion 3, family gatherings, football and riding his bicy cle. He also loved to play "He loved to play and he played all the time. I called him and told him to come home. I just had a feeling something was wrong. I kept calling him to come home. But, he said he was just with his friends. By the time I got there, he was dead," Mrs. Taylor-Wallace said. She further stated that her son would have been at tending Brandon Academy in the fall as an 8th grade stu dent. He also attended Hood's Temple CME Church. "He was supposed to sign up for football next week," she said. Mrs. Taylor-Wallace said her son did not have in surance and the family is in need of assistance from the community. The funeral has been tentatively planned for Saturday, August 5th. Anyone wishing to con tact Mrs. Taylor-Wallace can reach her at (813) goo-1537-Harmon's Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. The Bead Start Early Bead Start Program Presents A FREE tu ..J ..J :::J m Healthy Relationships Seminar ..J w z i= z w (/)
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li::-n ... m That Killed Two Innocent Bvstanders Two people were fatally wounded Saturday after shooting erupted at a party that swelled to more than 400 people. Both of the vic tims are believed to be inno cent bystanders. Deputies from the Hills borough County Sheriffs Office responded to a club house at 5020 Highway 41 South, in Riverview, owned by the Local 439 of the In ternational Chemical Work ers Union. Deputies began to search for victims and discovered that Ms. Iesha Washington, who had turned 18 twelve days before. She was pronounced dead at the scene. AB the search continued, deputies also discovered that 22-year-old Craig A. Thompson had been shot as well. He was transported to Tampa General Hospital, where he died of his in juries. Dep. Larry McKinnon, spokesman for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said when deputies arrived there were more than 100 people at the scene. "From what we have been able to determine, there was a large number of kids from the Progress Vil lage and Clair Mel area at tending the party when fights broke out and bullets started flying. Bullets don't have a name on them, but they always find a name." Dep. McKinnon further stated that there was security at the party, but was told by some witnesses that there were 400 to 500 people at the party at some point. "It doesn't appear to be gang-related and I know that people don't talk because of the 'no snitch' rule. But, I'm sure the families of these two young people would really appreciate it if someone who has informa tion would come forward. The next time, it could be a member of your family," he said. One Arrested, One Sought On Sunday, detectives with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office ar rested a Tampa man and charged him with the double murder. He has been identi fied as Tyrell Sidney Bragg. He was also charged with being a felon in posses-IESHA WASHINGTON 7/17/1993 --7/29/2011 (Photo taken from Facebook) sion of a firearm and is being held without bond. Bragg was charged with second-degree murder in the death of Ms. Washington. Police also recovered a .380 handgun believed to be the murder weapon. The investigation is con tinuing as police seek a second shooter. During the investigation, police located empty shell casings from a second handgun of a different caliber. Investigators be lieve the second handgun may have been used to fa tally shoot Thompson. According to the arrest affidavit, Bragg, who turned 21 on July 2151, at tended the party at the club house Friday night. At approximately 12:36 a.m., Saturday, Security ordered Bragg to leave after an al tercation took place. Once outside, Bragg allegedly armed himself with a hand gun and fired several shots into the crowd. A witness positively iden.,tified Bragg as the individ ual who fired the weapon CRAIG A. THOMPSON 3/5/1989 --7/29/2011 (Photo taken froni Facebook) that killed Ms. Washington. A second witness was and positively identified Bragg as the per son firing a handgun into the crowd, the affidavit stated. Police said a third wit ness stated that on Saturday afternoon, Bragg allegedly "stated that he attended a party the night before and that he (Bragg) "slumped" someone. The witness de scribed this term means "killed someone," the affidavit stated. Police said the witness gave them a .380 caliber "Brycci" firearm. The wit ness told police Bragg had asked him to hide the gun and the witness hid it outof his residence. admitted to po lice that he attended the party, but said that once he was told to leave, he heard gunshots outside and ran. However, Bragg denied having a gun or shooting during the incident, police said. About The Victims Craig Thompson, Jr., was a Tampa native and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He graduated from Blake High School in 2007. A resident of Progress Village, he was a member of St. James A.M. E. Church, and had recently moved from the area to live with his mother; Ms. Nicaka Walker. He enjoyed sports, espe cially basketball and foot ball, hanging out with his friends, and being a joke ster, his father, Craig Thompson, Sr., said. Thompson was also looking forward to becom. ing a father. His girlfriend is 4 months pregnant with a TYRELL SIDNEY BRAGG ... Charged with the murder of Iesha Washington boy. His father hopes the child will be named, "Craig." "I spoke to him Friday morning. He called and we just talked. He said he would call me later. I never thought in a million years that would be the last time I talked to my son. "He was a good young man. I'm really hurting, the whole family is hurting and his brothers and sister are really taking it hard. I wouldn't wish this on any one. We truly miss him. If anyone has any information, please come forward," Thompson said. Thompson further stated that the family does not have any life insurance and are in need of donations to help with the burial. He The double homicide took place.at the International Chemical Workers Union Council local 439 Clubhouse shown in this photograph. (Photo by Cherylene Levy) stated that once his son turned 18, he (Craig, Jr.), was automatically removed from his insurance. In addition to his parents and siblings, Craig is survived by his grandmothers, Ms. Darele Norman, and Ms. Gwendolyn Lingo, other family and friends. Aikens Funeral Home is in charge of handling his arrangements. Ms. Washington was a member of the Spoto High School Softball Team. She would have begun her senior year later this month. Funeral services for Ms. Washington were incom plete at press time. City Editor Iris B. Holton ean be at (813) 248-1921 or by email at iholton@tlseit-tinel.com. 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i Editorials/Columns N' 1-0 :: CJ :: c( 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) >;' icC Q 0 w :: 1-Q a: I.L 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. 1930-201 0 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.D0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. OplniOIJS expressed on editorial peges of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Rorlda Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Williams Park Pool Must Be Fixed T hree cheers for City Council members Mary Mule( hem and Frank Reddick for insisting on an8wers !o questions regarding repairs made at Interbay Pool c m South Tampa while repairs to Williams Pool in East f3 Tampa remain undone after being closed for three :: years. While we will not invoke the "R" word we will 1- not Ignore that there exists an obvious lack of sensitiv-lJ: ity in the allocation of City funds. Historically, Black communities have seen repairs w to their streets, drainage problems, recreation facilities, and schools skipped over. Indeed, community resl: idents such as Sam Kinsey and Gloria Newton are to be commended for staying on top of such oversights. lXI Most certainly, Tampa's Parks and Recreation De-partment staff appears to have dropped the ball by not Z providing the cost estimates to repair or replace Wi= Williams Park pool as requested in June by concerned ...1 Councilpersons. ...1 As for drainage problems, staff members would do well to request assistance from the Hillsborough ...1 County School System to correct the water runoff from school property adjacent to Williams Pool. Need we.rei= mind Council members that this is 2011, not 1950 and ffi the Black Community will "glare at" and resist any 0 action that renders projects in our collective communities to second class status. Pass it on, not by. a: 0 ...1 LL A Handshake For School Board Tax Rate Increase After years of "voodoo economics" and muddleheaded tax-cuts, the Hillsborough County School Board (the only governing body thus far to do so) has finally the coffee. We refer to the board's decision to increase property tax rates to compensate for the continuing loss of revenue due to removal of thousands of foreclosed h6mes from the tax rolls and due to the decline in property values of homes that remain on the tax rolls. Despite years of political misinformation we have d continue to remind you readers that the $200 to $1000 decrease in your property taxes would have to be replaced somehow and someway. Governments and school boards have been hard pressed to fund needed operations and services as a result of such tax cuts. Thus, basic services such as drivers licenses, car, boat and fishing licenses, trash and garbage recreation programs, and other necessary as-o::t s1stance cost more than ever before. w That is why the best part of our school board's deciCJ sion to increase taxes is that even though property If taxes will be hiked, most homeowners won't feel the Tea Partv To Chill In 2012 T he Tea Party that we heard so much about leading up to the 2010 elec tions and all during 2011 is no more than extremist right wing Republicans. They came to power in 2010 with a good message. It was one that al lowed Republicans to take control of the House of Repre sentatives, while the Tea Party took control of the Republican Party. The Tea Party promised to cut waste in spending, to cut the United States deficit, tore duce the size of the Federal create jobs, turn the economy around and to change the way things work in Washington. Voters bought the message, hook, line, and sinker and put the Tea Party and Tea Party backed candidates in power. Well, for the most part the Tea Party has been a big bust and has accomplished not one single thing. Their bark in Washington has been bigger than their bite. In fact, they have been at best, controversial, have severally divided the federal govern ment and have caused a big government gridlock. They have not created one single job. In fact, the Tea Party and the Republicans have not even passed a jobs bill out of the Tea Party-Re publican c:ontrolled House. They have kept Congress from doing much beside talking loud and saying nothing. To their credit, they have buf faloed House Republican lead ership into joining them in doing nothing. Voters have wised up to Tea Party mem bers. Voters appear to have lost confidence in the Tea Party and all of its big promises. As a result, it is the opinion of this writer that the Tea Party will Tom Molineaux [1184 -18181: America's First Heavvweiuht Boxing Contender T he first American Heavyweight con tender in the world of boxing was a Virginia slave, Tom Molineaux, a bare-knuckle boxer. Having fought two championship bouts against English title-holder Tom Cribb, in 1810 and 1811, Molineaux was said to have been cheated out of the Championship. Boxing's leading chroni cler at that time wrote of Molineaux, "It will not be forgotten, if justice holds the scale, that his color alone prevented him from becom ing the hero of that fight." Tom Molineaux was the son of a slave, Zachary Molineaux, who fought during the American Revolu tion in the Continental Army. However, after the Revolu tion, unlike many Blacks who gained their freedom for fighting during the war, Zachary Molineaux re turned to his life as a slave as well as a renowned boxer whose slave master matched him against Black champions from other plantations. His son, Tom also boxed for the plantation owner Plantation owner, Squire Algernon Molineaux, hired a British sailor who was a veteran boxer in England to train Tom to prepare for a fight against a Black champion from an other plantation. However, the sailor reported that Tom was "lackadaisical" about training for the upcoming fight. Once the owner had Tom whipped with a "cat-o nine tails," with no change in Tom's attitude, the owner offered Tom $soo and his freedom. Tom won the fight as well as his freedom. Soon, he traveled to New York City where he found jobs as a porter and steve dore. Mter engaging in dock side boxing matches, Tom was encouraged by a ship captain to go to England where he could fight and make money. Shortly thereafter, Tom arrived in London where he sought out Bill Richmond, be a non-factor and the major ity of them will not be elected. Polls show clearly that the Tea Party has lost its appeal, especially to Independent vot ers. This writer furtiler believes that the Tea Party doesn't care about Americans, the Republi can leadership, Democrats or President Obama. The only thing that is impor tant to them is its warped ideology. They are critical of everybody, but themselves. People are beginning to ask the question of t\le Tea Party: What are they smoking? I don't know what they are srrioking, but I do know that they've House leader ship scared to death. John Boehner has absolutely no control over the teasters. The Tea Party doesn't mind run ning their mouths and boy they talk tough. It really doesn't though. The voters will put the Tea Party on chill in 2012. There is no doubt about it, the Tea Party will try to repeat exactly-what they did in the 2010 elections right down to the same message. This time though, they will be speaking to an empty house . another Black boxer, who had become popular in that country. Richmond trained and mentored Tom, ing in 1810, for him to fight veteran boxers such as Bar rows the Bristol Man, a boxer who stood taller and was heavier than Tom. Tom won the bout in a one hour fight. During this boxers fought bare-knuckle fights when a round could last for a minute or for half an hour, and would end whenever one of the contenders was knocked unconscious. Sporting a Herculean physique, Tom dressed in knickers, silk stockings, a scarf around his waist and wore colorful ribbons around his knees. When Richmond arranged for Toni to fight the reigning heavyweight champion Tom Cribb. After more than 30 rounds, Cribb was knocked out. Tom had won the bout however, Cribb's supporters accused Tom of having hunks of metal in his hands, therefore causing officials to deny him the championship. In a rematch, nearly a year later, a disheartened Tom lost to Cribb. Falling into a life of alco holism and endless parties; Tom ended his career by boxing on circus tours and at country fairs. He died in Ire land at age 34 of tuberculosis and other illnesses. Harambee! sting because their properties' value has long-since decreased. No it isn't robbing Peter to pay Paul, and it rocket science. Instead, the school decision is based on logic and history.

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From The f'ast _H_o_ro_s_c_o..._e_s/..._..,;S;.....o_a...._s _____ ---tm The Florida Sentinel Bulletin "Around The To'\\<-n" photographer caught these lovely ladies at a Tampa Bay Bucs game. They are Crystal Johnson and Cassandra Robinson. Mrs. Margie Nickerson and daughter, Patricia Nickerson attended t),te Community Baptist Church for the Dedicatory Service. The Seffner /Thonotosassa Connell held a reception for one of its residents E. L. Bing. Among the guests .in attendance were: Maria Vesperi, Pat Collins, Freddye Jean Hudson, Jacquelyn Barr and Doris Scott. c Horoscopes Today's Birthday -Physical exercise allows for some quiet moments to yourself. Turn off your mind, and notice what you smell, see, hear and feel. This meditation can be the reward or the preparation for reviewing financial planning. Pay )> c: C) c: bills and stash savings Send invoices today. Leo (July 23,-Aug. 22) -Ensure that the project will N make enough to cover expenses. Save money and time by going g over the plan. You'll discover the perfect answer in the details. ...... Money flows in. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You 're powerful and lucky and you know it. Enjoy the spotlight: You .Jook and feel good. Your brilliant points are well received. Make a change for the better. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Clean your desk and out some books. Now is a great time for private study. Write down a brilliant insight, and notice where to apply it for practical benefit. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Your imagination is running rampant. You could run away from it and hide in a corner, or you could ride it. It's your choice Put it to good use on a task that needs doing. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Are you ready to take more responsibility? You may be asked to step up to the plate. You 're more prepared than you let yourself believe. Set aside fear of failure, please. _Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)--: Go outside today. If you get lemons, make lemonade and sell it for a profjt. Sour and sweet are relative So are trash and treasure. Cleverly repurpose for new value. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-It's easier to learn about finances now, as long as you don't take them too seriously There's plenty of good work. Use your innovation to inove to the next level. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Now's a good time to ask someone for help. They're thrilled to contribute and bring a fresh perspective. They see your blind spots, especially regarding love. Aries (March 21-April19) .:..... The pace heats up, and you're in the groove. Dop.'t go so fast you send out incomplete work, though. Double-check the data. Make your pitch this everiing. Taurus (April2o-May 20) -Spend a little on a new out fit and keep up your exercise. You're looking good to someone Go for substance over symbolism and see what develops . Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Get your mind and body moving. Lively discussions ensue. The next two days are gopd for making changes at home. Clean up an old mess for extra bonus points. Soaps 0 :::D en m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z i:r c: m r en ::::t m c m < m :zJ c: m ALL MY CHILDREN-Jackson tells Kendall to give Grif -fin another chance; Brat finds Bianca s car that JR totaled; Janet gives Erica some advice. Amanda's doctor gives some )> bad news; Kendall's heart races when she thinks about Zac;hj z Jesse tells Brat he needs to find a way to get Lucy away from C BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Amber: realizes she has c feelings for Marcus; Steffy voices her fears to Bill; Taylor tells Katie that she caught Bill y and Steffy in a compromising posi: tion; Bill is caught off-guard b y Katie s reaction. Liam con fronts Steffy about her affair with Bill and how Katie may react to the news; Katie l imds in the hospital ; Bill feels overwhelming gu i lt for Katie s grave condition. DAYS OF OUR LivEs -Nicole tells EJ that if he goes after Br a dy, s h e won' t stop until he pa y s ; Ta y lor catches Brad y load ing a g un; Carl y awak ens i n Quinn' s hotel roo:r;n; Daria asks Rafe for h elp in looking for Carly; Maggie and Victor decide to table their diff e r e nc e s. EJ finds Taylor trying to dispose of Br a d y's g u n; Brad y' s true f e elings for Nicole begin to surface; K a t e's n ervo u s about her p l a n to torpedo Chloe s concert; Sonn y and W ill make plans to go to a baseball gall1e together. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Lucky suffers emotionally from drug-induc e d hallucinations; Carl y interrupts Jason and Sam, stunne d ( and unhappy ) that they are engaged ; early is fol. lo wed b y a looming prese nce. Lulu and Dante return home to Port Charles ; Anthon y make s a phone call to Skye and invites h e r to Pmt Chafles; Michael and Abb y spend a romantic day on the island. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Todd' s famil y dema!},ds answers; R ex has a shocking vision ; Bo and Nora continue to work to figur e out who hurt M a tthew. One of the Todds ends up in jail ; R ex's mind m ay b e pl aying tricks on him; Bo and Nora rethink the d ecis ion they m a d e to le t Clint take responsibility for Eddie Ford' s murde r YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Victor learns Nikki is missing; B ill y l as h es ou t a t Victor. Nick and Phyllis keep secrets from each other; V ictor tries to lea v e town to look for Nikki. en.

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Vaughn Shellman, Charles Dennis, Alonzo Convington, Joe Shellman, Alfred Johnson, Wake Wilson, Romeo Cole, Iii, Mario Covington, Frank Gray, Adelle Ingraham, Charles Morris, Blackaveli, -J. R., Shot, Blud, Pee Wee, Rick Burney, Howie Frazier And Stucky. National C On Wednesday, August 3, President Obama will celebrate his 50th ff: birthday. A nationwide effort to raise money his campaign will take lace. <( c en w ... > Pres. Obama was The Prime Target In Debt Ceiling Blame Game ffi As we near the end of the > debt ceiling negotiations, W Americans have once again gotten a peek inside the often ::t: ugly legislative process in Washington. Not surprisingly, m people don't like what they see. But with the deal done, liberals and conservatives alike i= are raising questions about the W leadership provided by their ...J ...J principals -John Boehner in the House, Harry Reid in ...J the Senate, and President W Barack Obania. All three faced daunting leadership z challenges in this crisis, and W none came out unscathed. en
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Local Walk Assessment Center To Provide Aid To Those In Need BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Sta:ffWriter Since joining their organi zation, Cornelius "Bruno" Hamilton said The Walk Ministry has had l:l great im pact on his life. As a restaurant owner, Bruno said he's rededicated himself to giving back to the community that is in such a great need today. "So many people need so much, it's hard to help every one. But every little bit helps, and more people need to pitch in." On August 2st, Bruno, along with representatives of The Walk Assessment Center will be at 8619 North 40th Street (corner of Yukon and 40th Street) for a clothing and food giveaway. "This will be a first come, first served event," said Bruno. "We will have non-perish able food, clothing, and free lunch for everyone who comes by. There will also be drug re habilitation services avail able." Bru:q.o said everyone needs to come for services at 10, a. m., and the event will begin at 12:30 p. m. "Everyone needs to come to the service first so we will know how much food to pre pare. Everything is free, so all you need to do is show up." Meeting Meeunus Planned To Discuss CSBG Funds On Wednesday, August 3, the Hillsborough Community Action Board will host a meet ing at Lee Davis Neighbor hood Service Center, 3402 N. 22nd Street. It will be held on the second floor, beginning at 2 p.m. and ending at 5 p.m. The purpose of the meet ing is to discuss the upcoming Fiscal Year 2011-12 Commu nity Services Block Grant (CSBG) Award Agreement. During the meetings, the work plan and budget for the grant will be drafted. Hillsbor ough County residents are en couraged to provide input as well attend the meetings. The discussion will con tinue during the Hillsborough Community Action Board's regular meeting on W ednes day, August 1oth, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. It will also take place at the Lee Davis Neighbor hood Service Center For further information call Ms. Heddie Sumpter at (813) 974-1715.

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'r" 'r" i Volunteer Returns To Hospital Where ; He Spent151 Two Months 01 His Lite UJ w :::l .... c a: LL c z < c UJ w :::l .... : w > w c w :::z:: UJ :J m :::l a. z i= w ...J ...J :::l m ...J w z i= z w UJ ( a: 0 ...J LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On May 11, 1994 Marcel Mitchell was born at Uni versity Community Hospital Born at 31 weeks, and weigh ing only 3 pounds, 12 ounces, the infant remained in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Women s Center at Uni versity Community Hospital for nearly 3 months. Mitchell recently returned to the hospital as a volunteer in the Neonatal In tensive Care Unit. He found that many of the staff who cared for him are still work ing in the Unit. He was the first child of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mitchell. He has a 14-year-old sister Mercedyz Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell said al though he was small, and his lungs developed, he still had several obstacles to over come. One of those obstacles was a blockage that resulted MARCEL MITCHELL ... Spent the first two months of his life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at University Community Hospital in 1/3 of his intestinal track being removed when he was about a month old. However, Mrs. Mitchell credits his unique relation ship with his grandmother, the late Mrs. Sylvia Pugh, with both of them surviving She said shortly after Marcel was born, her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer and was very, very ill. As a joke, the family de cided to move the baby s things into Mrs. Pugh's bedroom. "The two of them saved each other She was in stage 3 of the cancer when he was born and they became inseparable. I was a new mother and she helped me so much. My mom would know he was ill before I did, and he kept her spirits up." Mrs. Mitchell said her mother s cancer went into remission and remained there for 10 years. She died in 2004. Seventeen years later, Marcel finds himself re turning to the place he spent his early life. He said he knew the story of his early life, but didn t have the full -details ; Volunteering in the NICU is very interesting. I was sur prised at how small some of the babies are. There is one that weighs about 12 ounces. I find it very fascinating, Marcel stated. However, volunteering in the unit has not changed his plans for the futQre. He plans to major in the fjeld of Mete orology and Japanese Std ies at Florida State University. He i s currently an incom ing senior at Tampa Bay Technical High School with a 4.5 grade point average. When asked what led him to that field, he remembered being frightened during a bad storm when he was younger and his mother told him everything she knew about storms. "I started to research and got really fascinated with it. You have to respect the weather," he said. Butfornow,Marcelwill earn credit at the hospital as one of the 100 "Volunteens" earning community service hours. "I'm having a very good tiine. I really enjoy help ing out so that the em ployees can do their work better," he said.

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Citv council Delavs Tampa Man To Appear Panhandling Vote In Second Movie COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK Last Thursday, the Tampa City Council decided to post pone next week's vote on a proposed citywide panhan dling ban after a last minute challenge to proposed re strictions This week, Council mem bers were supposed to con sider two proposed options aimed at reducing the num ber of beggars on the city's streets. One proposal would re peal the city s existing rules on roadway solicitation, making Hillsborough County's seven-day ban en forceable on Tampa's roads. The other would be a six-day ban, excluding Sunday. However, the threat oflit igation from a lawyer repre senting several labor unions who urge they would be pre vented from protesting or handing out informational leaflets under both of the proposed panhandling bans has forced city officials back to the drawing board. Council members will re visit the issue at a September 81h workshop, when they will consider a possible third op tion that addresses the con stitutional arguments raised by the unions. Mayor Bob Buckhorn favors a seven-day ban and has said he understands the issue is complicated, but the community wants the Coun cil to come up with a solu tion. City Councilman Frank Reddick said he's received several calls asking that he and his colleagues not rush on a decision. "I suggested we continue the meeting until September 81 \ have a workshop and have people come iri to dis cuss the Duval and Pasco County ordinances. We also want our legal staff to pro vide us the overview of both ordinances. "I want to make sure we all have a clear understand ing of the issues and also it's been suggested a third op tion be proposed." Councilman Reddick said some Council members feel this issue will change the dynamics of the city. "That's why it's important for us to be fair to everyone. The outcome of the work shop may be to show the dif ferences between panhandling soliciting, and vending. "As far as the public safety issue is concerned, I think it's more of a public nui sance." Councilman Reddick said what it all boils down to is economics. "There are a lot of people out there who have lost their jobs, and are just trying to suzyive. We don't want these people to become desperate and revert to breaking the law to survive. I do know that a total ban isn't fair to anyone. Councilman Reddick said the Council will have their actual vote September 22"d. Council OKs New Shooting Code For Citv City residents will no longer need a permit to fire a gun within city limits. Last Thur s day, the Tampa City Council approved changes to a law that had requir ed a permit to discharge a pistol, gun, cannon or any other firearm. The changes approved by the Council leave the ordinance on the city's books, but remove references to firearms. Permits will still be required to shoot air and BB guns. On October 1 st, a state law will go into effect prohibiting the state's city and county governments from having gun laws that are more restrictive than the state or federal government. Local governments can be fined up to $s,ooo for violating the state law. A second and final vote on the changes will be held at the Council's August 25th meeting. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Sta:ffWriter Anyone who knows Leonard Boone will say he' s a young man always looking to expand his oppor tunities, and take on new things. Thanks to Emmy award winning writer, Case Henderson, Boone will be ap pearing in his second movie. "I've just finished filming my first movie, called 'Christmas Eve,' where I played the role of a slave," said Boone. "It went well and I'm ex cited about the chance I got to be a part of this produc tion. It's due to be released the first week of August." LEONARD BOONE _!\) 1\) 0 ...... ...... Boone is announcing that he's been selected to ap pear in another Case Henderson film. This time he will portray either an EMS technician or a dispatcher. the right place at the right time." ., manage my success and give 0 me a platform to share that :::D success With others. You've got to believe in yourself and en be consistent in whatever you do." :::::! Boone said his mission is to never lose touch with his roots. "That movie will be filmed in Venice, Florida "It was a blessing being selected for this project. It really came down to being in "I grew up in public hous ing and I feel I owe the peo ple something. "I created a company called Money Matters to Boone said he has more j!i'i projects in the works, and rwe'll .be hearing more form him in the near future. r-The Head Start Program is now enrolling County new applicants into their child care program! In accordance with the Amer1cans with Disabilities f!d, this agency does not discriminate based on disability. You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Receive public assistance (SSI, TANF or Subsidized Child Care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for inoome Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic impairment, developmentally delayed, speech/language, or any other impairment affecting the child's ability to learn Additionally for Head Start: Have a child who will be 3 years old before September 1, 2011 Additionally for Early Head Start: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally for Expectant Parent Program: Are in your 1st/2nd pregnancy trimester and due in May, June or July HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 804JUI. o/ Ocuu.J, r-z "tJ c: llJ r-u; :z: m c m < m -4 c: m en c l> z c ., :::D c

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0 Loca N .... en ::;) ::;) < c en w ::;) Mother 01 Murder Victim Thanks Organization .... From left to right: Warren Mitchell's father, Bubba, his mother, Wanda, and Warren. BY LEON B. CREWS c Sentinel StaffWriter fE It's been 7 years since c Warren Mitchell was murZ dered. He had just left a nightclub and was on his way home when he was shot to en death as he sat in his car. A W passing police officer found Mitchell near Columbus Drive and Kathleen Street. To date, Mitchell's mur. der remains unsolved, and his mother, Wanda Conaway and the rest of his -----J feel they will get jusif they never give up hope. z 'j; z w en II( c a: u. "Every day I look at my andson, I think of his father, said Mrs. Conaway. "Warren would be so proud of him and how well he's progressed. It's a shame that he has to grow up with out his dad." Mrs. Conaway thanks Elliott and Darla Brooks and their Corporation For Safer Communities organiza-= tion for helping her. "I owe them so much, because without their support, I would feel like I'm carrying this burden alone. They suffered the loss of their son to murder and it hasn't been solved so they can identify with what I'm going through "I also owe a debt of gratitude to Tampa Police Homicide Sergeant, Jim Hinkel and Deteclive Eric Houston for their patience in always answering my calls and encouraging me to keep praying. Mrs. Conaway said she hopes that other parents who suffered the loss of a child to violence will step forward and unite with her and the Brooks'. "There is always strength in numbers, and I believe as long as we keep the memo ries of our children alive, the people who took them away from us will someday be caught." ARE YOU TURNING 65 ... or recently moved to the area? Now's the perfect time to ask about your Medicare options. How is Medicare different than my previous health coverage? 0 ,... w 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. Veterans Hall 01 Fame List Withdrawn After Senator's Protest Last Friday, the Florida Department of Veteran' s Affairs withdrew their list of proposed Veteran's Hall of Fame inductees The list was met with protest for its lack of diversity by an African American Senator. Released on Thursday, the list consisted of 22 veterans, some of which were forJ;Iler Florida governors. Current Governor Rick Scott, who served in the U S. Navy, was also included on the list that was of all white males. Senator Arthenia Joyner, Democratic Leader Pro Tern and longtime Civil Rights advocate was outraged and issued a protest that resonated around the state when the names on the list became known. "This is a 'Good Ole Boy' list of 'Good Ole Boy' governors. "They selected a group of elected officials merely because they had been governor without looking at what significant contributions others had made. It's about all of those accomplished veterans who didn't happen to be elected gover nor. ''I'm not saying make spe cial rules to be diverse. Just apply the standards across the board and you will find people who are diverse in terms of race, gender, and ethnicity, she said Another point-of contention was that the list included six veterans of the Confederate military, includ ing Abraham Allison. On Friday, Governor Scott removed his name . ARTHENIAJOYNER State Senate Democratic Pro Tern from the list. Mike Prendergast, Veteran's Affairs Executive Director said in a statement that the list was a rough draft. Created and signed into law earlier this year the bill, became law on July 1St. The Governor and the Cabinet selected a list of nominees to be inducted based on recommepdations from the Department of Veteran Affairs. They were slated to vote on the list Tuesaay U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor said, "The newly created. Florida Veteran's Hall of Fame should represent the rich diversity of our great state. Floridians of all walks of life have served and sacrificed for our country. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-i921 or by email at iholton@flsentinel.com. Crime Watch Meeting Green Ridge and Delaney Creek Estates Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting will be held Tuesday, August 2, 2011, 6:30 p. m.-7:30 p. m. at Winston Park, 7605 Destin Dr (33619). A speaker will be on hand to discuss a very important topic. The property taxes for Clair-Mel have increased, while the property values have gone way down. The speaker will discuss ways to reverse this trend. If you are a concerned citizen, please attend. The coordinator is Mrs. Ola Lott, (813) 626 4831.

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4 Shot After George Clinton Show In Ohio; 1 Dies GEORGE CLINTON CLEVELAND, OHIO Cleveland police say one of four people shot during a large fight after a concert featuring funk musician George Clinton has died. A 16-year-old shot in the head Saturday night near the outdoor festival died early Sunday at a hospital. Authorities were search ing for a man who fired into a group of people during the fight. Morris says no ar rests had been made by midmorning Sunday. The fight broke out while people were leaving the fes tival. He didn't know the con ditions of the other three who were wounded. They included a 20-year-old woman shot in the neck, and a 14-year-old boy and a 23-year-old man each hos pitalized with leg wounds. Eve Sells Hollvwood Home, loses $400,000 In The Sale Rapper and actress Eve Jeffers' gated house that she bought in 2005 for $1,775,000 was sold for $1.33 million. The original price she was asking for was $2.3 million, but the market is so bad she had to take a $400,000 loss. EVE St.louis Statue Honors Music legend Chuck Berrv BERRY'S STATUE UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. -A statue of the father of rock 'n' roll now stan ds across the street from the small club where Chuck Berry still performs. The 8-foot-talllikeness of Berry was dedicated Friday in the University City Loop area in suburban St. Louis. Berry, who is 84, is a St. Louis native whose staccato guitar licks and countless hits paved the way for the genre. Sculptor Harry Weber called Berry "a leg end that will endure through se veral generations." He already has, pioneer ing rock 'n roll in the 1950s and still performing monthly at Blueberry Hill on the Loop. Berry kept his remarks brief, saying he's a singer, not a speaker. Fish Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs NOW COOKING THURSDAY SATU 3608 N. 1 Sth (Corner Of Lake) 813.24 7 Alleged Halle Berrv Stalker Charged With Burglarv HALLE BERRY LOS ANGELES -Prose cutors have charged a man accused of stalking Halle Berry with felony burglary for being in the actress' guest house earlier this month. Richard A. Franco pleaded not guilty to the ad ditional charge during a court appearance in Los Angeles. He now faces two felonies stemming from three incidents in which he was spotted on the Oscar winner's property in July Berry has written in court filings that she is "extremely frightened" of the 27-year..: old. She says he nearly gained entry into her kitchen before she was able to lock the door. Criminal and civil judges issued restraining orders against Franco in case he is released. He has pleaded not guilty to stalking the actress and is due in court on Aug. 4. Oprah To Host Series Recvclinu Her Old Show-OPRAH WINFREY Oprah Winfrey is repackaging her now-ended daytime talk show to make it a key part of the lineup for OWN, her cable channel. Winfrey said she will host the new series that will recycle episodes of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" as a "classroom" intended to help viewers improve th eir lives. The show, titled "Own Your Life," will air weekdays at 8 p.m EST starting Oct. 10. Winfrey, speaking to the Television Critics Associa tion sa id s he i s immersed in th e Oprah Winfrey Network to e nsure it serves her vision and the needs of viewers. Soulia Bov Buvs $55M Birthdav Jet For H1mse11 In honor of his birthday, a rumor was circulated that Soulja Boy dug $55 million deep in his pockets for a new private jet. The "Crank That (Soulja BoyY and "Turn My Swag On" rapper, born DeAndre Cortez Way, who turned 21 on Thursday, reportedly spent $35 million on the actual Gulf stream G5 jet and is dropping another $20 million on up grades. A rep for the rapper wants to bring this report down to earth. "The elaborate rumors cir culating about Soulja Boy purchasing a jet for his 21st birthday are grossly over exag gerated and are not true," says the rep. Soulja Boy is also throwing a birthday party in Miami which reportedly set him $300,000. Snoop Dogg launches Youth Football In Chicago "11 r-0 :::D en m z ::! z m r-CHICAGO --Snoop Dogg says his youth football league isn't just about teach ing kids sports, but about giving them a positive release for their energy and intro ducing them to role models. The rapper and actor launched the inaugural sea son of the Snoop Youth Football League in Chicago on Saturday. He danced and high-fived his way through the crowd at the Chicago Indoor Sports Facility and seemed intent on meeting all of the 100 kids who showed up. Snoop Dogg says he started the league to give kids, especially those in high crime neighborhoods, an outlet. The league is open to y outh ages 7 to 14. The Chicago season will SNOOPDOGG tD C: r rm ::! z begin in August. The Chicago chapter is a division of the "11 league Snoop Dogg estab-lished in California in 2004. C Old Spice Guv Wi_ns 'Hunk-on Over Fabio CINCINNATI -The Old Spice Guy has won his hunk off with Fabio. Former American football player Isaiah Mustafa has been lead spokesman for the Procter & Gamble Co. brand of men's body washes and deodorants for nearly two years. He is also starring in a popular series of marketing campaigns relying heavily on YouTube Twitter and other social media. Now he has held off a playful effmt by the Italian model to become "the new Old Spice Guy." In this video grab from ;g an Old Spice advertise-C) ment, shows ex-football m player Isaiah Mustafa.

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N 1-C/) ::J CJ ::J <( Asomugha Signing Biggest Of Eagles' Bold Moves NNAMDI ASOMUGHA And VINCE YOUNG PHILADELPHIA With one big move after another over two wild days, the Philadelphia Eagles became strong favorites to reach the Super Bowl. Trading Kevin Kolb was expected. Signing Pro Bowl defensive end Jason Babin was no surprise Ev e n getting two-time Pro Bowl quarterback Vince Young to b a ck up Michael Vick hardly turned h ea ds. But the stunne r came when the defending NFC E ast champions swooped in from nowhere and landed Nnamdi Asomugha, the biggest prize on the NFL's free-agent market The two-time All-Pro cornerback was seemingly headed elsewhere -the New York .Jets courted him aggressively -before the Eagles quietly moved in and signed him to a $6o million, five-year deal on Friday. Joseph, Trueblood Agree On Contracts a: LL 0 Tamp Bay Buccaneer general manager Mark Dominik z agreed to terms on new contract with unrestricted free agent < offensive linemen Davin Joseph and Jeremy Trueblood lastweek. c The deal for Joseph is for seven years, and Trueblood's m deal is for two years. ::J The Bucs now have three unrestricted free agents who have 1-agreed to terms on new contracts. Linebacker Quincy Black agreed to terms on a five year, $29 million deal last week. BarrenRuud Signs With Titans BARRETT RUUD Three days after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made it clear they were ready to make either Tyrone McKenzie or Mason Foster their new starting middle linebacker, Barrett Ruud signed a one yeardeal with the Tennessee Titans. Ruud, 28, confirmed the move that signaled the end of his six-year tenure with the Bucs. He joined the Titans at training camp Sunday. Bucs New Tight End Out With Hip Injury The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have announced their rookie tight end, Luke Stocker, will be sidelined at least two weeks because of a right hip injury. Stocker was selected in the fourth round out of Tennessee and said his status is week-to-week. Stocker injured the hip during the first day of train ing camp last Friday Burress Finds A New Home With Jets NEW YORK -Plaxico .Burress is back in the Big Appl e -with the N e w York J e ts. The for mer Super Bowl star with the Giants, recently released from prison after serving 20 months on a gun charge, reached an agreement in principle Sunday on a one-year deal with the Jets, the team said. Burress, who tUrns 34 on Aug 12 caught the gamewinn'ing touchdown in the Giants' upset of the unbeaten New England Patriots in the 2008 Super Bowl, before his career derailed after he accidentally shot himself in a New York nightclub later that year. PLAXICO BURRESS His second chance at the NFL comes with a team that was interested in him a few years ago. Now, he'll likely join the recently re-signed Santonio Holmes as Mark Sanchez's top receivers. Charges Dropped Against Brandon Marshall's Wife FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. South Florida prosecutors have dropped charges accusing the wife of Miami. Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall of stabbing him. The Broward County State Attorney s Office said Friday it would not pursue an aggravated.battery charge against 26-year-old Michi Nogami-Marshall. A charge of violating pre-trial conditions .is also being dropped. Nogami-Marshall was arrested in April after BRANDON MARSHALL Marshall was stabbed in the abdomen during a domestic dispute. He was treated and released-from the hospital the next day Chad Ochocinco And Alben Havneswonh To Join Patriots CHAD OCHOCINCO Wide receiver Chad Ochocinco and defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth were acquired by the New England Patriots Thursday during a hectic day of NFL trading. A fourmonth lockout imposed by NFL owners created a mora torium on roster moves but with labor peace having been achieved there has been a lot of catching up to do among the league's 32 teams The ALBERT HAYNESWORTH Patriots were in the middle of the activity Thursday, obtaining Haynesworth from Washington and Ochocinco from Cincinnati. Philadelphia quarterback Kevin Kolb, New Orleans running back Reggie Bush and Washington quarterback Donovan McNabb were also dealt Thursday to highlight a frantic round of action.

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Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Veteran RB McGahee Signs With Broncos Retain Right @ WILLIS MCGAHEE DENVER New Broncos coach John Fox used a two running back system during his later day s in Carolina, with DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart s haring the backfield duties Now that Denver has s ign e d Willis McGahee to a free-agent cqntract to join incumbent starter Knowshon Moreno, there could a similar approach with a twist. We're not going to be like DeAngelo and Stewart -' Smas. h and Dash,"' McGahee said Sunday, after he watched his new team practice while wearing No. 23. Cromanie Agrees To New Deal With Jets ANTONIO CROMARTIE NEW YORK-Mter losing out on Nnamdi Asomugha, the New York Jets turned to their backup plan : the guy they were try ing to replace. The Jets agreed to terms on a four-year contract with Antonio Cromartie, keeping the cornerback in New York. Cromartie, acquired last offseason from San Diego, was solid for New York opposite Darrelle Revis, finishing with 42 tackles and three interceptions. Williams Wins Stanford Tournament SERENA WILLIAMS STANFORD, Calif. Serena Williams smashed one final serve dropped her racket, clenched her hands together and raised her arms in triumph. At long last, a champion again. After blood clots in her lungs and two foot operations threatened her career for n e arl y a y ear Williams captured her first tournament title since returning with a 7-5, 6-1 win over Marion Bartoli in the Bank of the West Classic final Sunday. Coming back and hearing the claps when I walk out there are moments that I truly missed, Williams said. "It's so awesome to b e back and to be a part of tho s e moments. Buccaneer Individual Game Tickets On Sale August 5th Th e T a mpa Bay Buccan-eer s have announced that i ndivid ual g a m e tickets for the 2011 season at Raymond James St a dium will go on sale Friday, August 5th at 10 a. m. Tackle Brown cn TIM HIGHTOWER ASHBURN, Va. -The Washington Redskins decid ed to stay the course at right tackle Sunday agreeing to terms with Jam mal Brown for a five-year deal worth $27.5 million. The Redskins also re-. signed linebacker H.B. Blades and acquired running back Tim Hightower from the Arizona Cardinals for defensive lineman Vonnie Holliday and an undisclosed draft pick. Terrell. Owens Might Be The Onlv Star To Fade Awav TERRELL OWENS With Terrell Owens reportedly needing six months to recover from off season knee surgery, there's a good chance the free-agent wide receiver, at 37, has played his last NFL down Owens stays in grea t shape and has a track record o f being a fast healer, going back seven years to his improbable return from a fractured fibul a to star for the Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX. The proble m is, with the injury concern added to whethe r Owens will click with the right quarterback-coach combina tion, signing him is no longer worth the risk. BRANDl This week's Beauty Unlimited feature defi nitely makes you take account of yourself. This young lady is definitely worth seeing m ore than once, and we're sure you will demand to see her again. Brandi is a nononsense kind of woman who knows when to smile and when to just look natural. She also is not afraid to show off what she's been blessed with. The man in Brandi's life must be strong, intelligent, handsome, spiritual, and not afraid to speak up when the time comes. Congratulations to Brandi as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Valuellld Size e (Ad Be Of Equal Or Lesser Vallie) Also Get Your Business Featured In Our .soyse e (813 Lessons Learned) Offer Expires August 5 2011 Offer canNot Be Comiblned With Any other Promotions lo :Plat'! You Ad, Please CaU Advelfising Deparbnent . . (81.3}248-1921 Or WsH Our Office At: N N 0 ...... ...... ., r-0 :::D C/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z -a c: m c C/) :::t m c m < m c: m C/) c )> z c

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Funerals MS. CYNTHIA M.JONES Ms. Cyilthia M. Jones of 4822 Ashland Drive, Tampa, 33610, passed away Thursday, July 28, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, August s, 2011, at 1 p. m. at Faith Temple Missionary Baptist Church, 2916 Orient Road, with Reverend Danny Osborne, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Ms. Cynthia M. Jones was a native of Tampa, and a resident for 66 years. She attended Middleton Senior High School, and "" was a member of C God' s Side Progressive M. B. C: Church. She retired as a U.. teacher's aide for Head Start in C the Hillsborough County School System. Cynthia was preceded in ::;;: death by: her parents, Matthew C and francine McNeil; her exen husband, Willie J Jones; and W her beloved son, Stephen S. Streeter. t-She leaves to cherish her ii: memory: her children, Donna w and William Cash, Denver, CO, > and Willie and Tameka Jones, W Jr., Seffner, FL; grandchildren, C Nikarri Jones, Willie Jones, III, W Malik Jones, and Jada Jones; ::I: her sisters, Andrea Carter (Eden ward), Ft. Lauderdale, FL, :::l Joyce E. Latson (Donald), Stone Mountain, GA, Pamela Hegler, c. Albany, GA, Cherise E. Passz more (Eddie), Palm Harbor, FL, -and Stephanie G. Burrell of tij Brandon, FL; nephews, Erick ...J Carter, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, ...J Kevin Carter (Miriam);Ocoee, FL; Matthew Little (Nandie), III Ocoee, FL, Jabari Passmore, ...J Tampa, and Kent Burrell, Brandon, : FL; nieces, Lauren Carterj:: Posey (Dale), Ft. Lauderdale, z FL, Amber Hamilton (Rick), w Snellville, GA Marissa Little, en Brandon, FL, Ashlie Passmore, n l..vitt At < lwtk Us \oV\'\/.I"vilhr.<-onlll1 SI"N IINrl B CfJ --------

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Crime Fitness Trainer Denied Bond JAMES WILLIAMS The personal trainer accused of sexual assault is being held without bail Friday, a day after he was returned from Arkansas to appear in court. James Williams, 39, had posted bail on previous charges and that bail was revoked after investigators said in court that there may be victims dating back to 2006. Williams is charged with several counts of sexual battery, including one filed last National week involving a 44year-o ld woman who came forward after Williams' initial arrest was made public. Williams is being held at the Orient Road Jail. Authorities said complaints were filed by women who were clients at two gyms Williams operates. Williams was first arrested July 1st, four days after the first woman said she was assaulted at Club Tone on Linebaugh Avenue. He posted $50,500 bail and was_ released the next day Later, a second woman came forward with a similar accusation. An arrest warrant was issued for Williams and he was arrested July 6th in Little Rock, Arkansas. He again posted bail and was released. A third woman then told police she had been assaulted several months ago at Club Tone on North Dale Mabry; It was that accusation that caused Williams to be picked up again July 22nd. Father Pleads Guiltv To Killing Daughter A man who once publicly castigated police for not finding his daughter's killer admitted to her murder on Friday. Rodney Mcintyre, 45, plead guilty in D.C. Superior Court to one charge of first degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Ebony Franklin. On the day of her death, Nov. 26 2010, Franklin had gone to meet her father to go shopping for Christmas presents. She never returned, and subsequently, investiga tors discovered her body in a waste can covered in trash. Mcintyre, who was sepa rated from Franklin's moth er, attempted to cover up the murder by sending text messages from his daughter' s phone During the initial investigation, Mcintyre had been very verbal in criticizing the police. Investigators discovered that he had been having sexu al intercourse with his daugh ter since 2008. On the day of her disappearance, Mcintyre stabbed Ebony Franklin at least 15 times. Denver Man Holds Up Store With AIDS Filled svringe Denver police are looking for a man who reportedly held up a store with a blood-filled syringe that claimed had AIDS. The man, who is currently on the run, robbe d Gigi's Cupcakeis in downtown Denver of $300 la s t week. One of the clerks, Kendra Jackson, claim e d that the robb e r screa m ed that he would stick so m eo n e with th e n eedle i f th e y didn't g iv e him money. c: m en Arrest Made After Fatal Shooting c )> c: ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police say they have arrested a suspect in the shooting death of a man found in an apartment Thursday afternoon. Detectives said Jasper Williams, 32, was shot in his apartment on 22nd Avenue, South. At 2 -:30 p. m., officers got a report of a shooting at that address. When officers arrived, they found Williams inside with at least one gunshot wound tci his upper body, police said. An investigation revealed Williams had argued with LaDarian Huell, 21, in the courtyard of the comple_ x. The argument was drug suspect Robs Two Banks In 90 Minutes These are surveillance photos of a man suspected robbing two banks within 90 minutes Monday morning. Tampa Police and Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies reported they are looking for a man who robbed two banks within 90 minutes Monday morning. According to reports, at 9:15a.m., a man entered the Regions Bank on Bruce B. Downs and presented the teller a demand note. After getting the money, the sus pect fled on foot. Authorities said the same man is believed to be respon sible for a bank robbery at 10:41 a. m. at the Bank of America on South Hyde Park Avenue. The suspect in both robberies is described as a Black male in his early to mid 30s, 6 feet tall, and weighing 170 to 180 pounds. Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to called the Hillsborough County Sheriff;s Office at (813) 247-8200 or Tampa Police at (813) 276-3200 ... How can you follow 6, 9, 11, 14 the leader if the leader 18, 21, 25, 28 has absolutely no clue 30, 33, 35, 40 where he is going 44, 47, 50, 57 IADARIAN HUELL ... alleged gunman. related, police said. Police said Williams shot at Huell, who was not hit and left the scene. About 20 minutes later, Huell went to Williams' apartment and JASPER WILLIAMS ... shot to death inside his aparbnent. fired several shots through a window, killing him. Huell was identified by witnesses and arrested. He is being held on a charge of second-degree murder. Double Murder Suspect Custodv ST. PETERSBURG-On July 28th, detectives from the St. Petersburg Police Department assisted detectives from Ft. Myers and Lakeland in apprehending murder suspect, Reginald Riggins. Information was received that Riggins, 33, was in the St. Petersburg area and at 2:30 p. m. detectives found him riding a bicycle in the parking lot of the Greyhound Bus Terminal. He was arrest ed without incident. REGINALD RIGGINS County Jaii. C) c: en Police said it appears Riggins was staying at the Rusty Anchor Motel and was at the bus terminal preparing to leave town He was interviewed by detectives then transported to the Pinellas According to investigators from Lakeland and Ft. Myers, Riggins is a suspect in the murder of two women withir f "T1 their jurisdictions. 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c a: LL c z <( c UJ w ::::) t-rt w > w c w l: UJ :::i m ::::) ll. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 08-CA-021906 COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS INCORPORATED, PLAINTIFF vs. PETER G. KARAKEHAYOV, et al., DEFENDANT(S) AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in this cause by the County Court of Hillsborough County, Florida, the property described as: LOT 32, B _LOCK 28, SOUTH POINTE PHASE 10 AND 11, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 93, PAGE 18, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Will be sold at a public sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at 1 0:00 A.MJP.M. at the George E. Ed _gecomb Courthouse. 2nd Floor. in Room 202 at 800 East Twiggs Street. Tampa. Florida 33602, on August 25. 2011. "If you are a with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the z w UJ a: 0 ...J LL provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; telephone number two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at (TTY); if you are voice impaired, call the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770." Dated: 15th day of July. 2011 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Is/ MARCUS SUTTLE DEPUTY CLERK OF THE COURT uThe Voice of Our Community Speaking for ItselfH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRICUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 11002863 DIVISION D EVERETTE A. WHITEHEAD, PLAINTIFF vs. ROBERT G. SLATE, JR., TEMPLE TERRACE WOODS HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida not-for -profit corporation, DEFENDANT(S) NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Order or Final Judgment entered on July 12. 2011, in this case now pending in this Court, the style of which is indicated above, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at 2:00 p.m. on August 16. 2011, on the 2nd Floor of the George E. Edgecomb Building, Room 201/202, located at 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida, the following described property: Lot 7, Temple Terrace Wood, according to the plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 82, Page 55, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida IF THIS PROPERTY IS SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, THERE MAY BE ADDITIONAL MONEY FROM THE SALE AFTER PAYMENT OF PERSONS WHO ARE ENTITLED TO BE PAID FROM THE SALE PROCEEDS PURSUANT TO THIS ORDER OR FINAL JUDGMENT. IF YOU ARE A SUBORDINATE LIENHOLDER CLAIMING A RIGHT TO FUNDS REMAINING AFTER THE SALE, YOU MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH THE CLERK NO LATER THAN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO ANY REMAINING FUNDS. "If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; telephone number 813-272-6457 two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-955-8771 (TTY); if you are voice impaired, call the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770." Dated: 15th day of July. 2011 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Is/ ALEXIS DE LA ROSA DEPUTY CLERK OF THE COURT Keyboardist Wanted For East Ta111pa Church Call (813) 300-6242 Established Stylist Needed For The Nail Gallery 322 W. Hillsborough Ave. Booth Rental Only 2 Weeks Rent Free Contact Dallas (813) 493-0099 'tl!il/i: College Store SupetYisor (Job #0123) New Pod Richey A5. Degree in rekiiOO field olll It 1m rOO!il soles rmoogement msh and dolo enhy ol.1ity aqJIIIilllce in POS & ICS solisfodiJy llll5t be able 1o rift 40 lbs; must lmt olll mDiil Aoodo m tKBRSe; om be m.e 1o m ond S!frt sofisb:by aiminol hisloly brJdurWld -cheOC -IIIJSt be fum a l8gmlly IKllflliled v.m OOim 0 rlVI!IerlltS pll!8m llliSI uplood dooJmeliolioo and otbh it to their ooftne ......r: 8a relolal lekl; (5I' (I ((R spOOol OOifllmis 00 krmneR:e with o multi-slore ..._ S00y $30,306 orllUIIly I $1,165.621Edy. APPlY 011111 no lottr 11m b August 11 opplimlion Wne AU. ADDmOIW.AfftKA. 'IIOIIIAJEIIAI.MUSTBE UPlOADiD VIA 111 .. APPl.ICA1ION smEM. The odmfionol ojlJtKD!ioo IIIOieriols fir llis po!illl ore: o cowr letter, wtmn1 resume, fW1 ci DD-214 (flrwlllron's oril _,be uploaded ond otloched ro !be onJine opjiiCDiicxl before mtditght of the ......... deacline dale. The opplkn1ioo l8lliM am be iniliolll vmh the cqies rl horMM!r, offidoii!OOsoipts must be mr.et befCie the inteMew. IleNe oftkJal .,.._. sentlo ihe HumanlescMals .. (adclnlss ftrol.tleloondo Coovooni1y Ann: Resour
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c: m C/) II LEGAL NOTICE II II EMPLOYMENT II II HOMES FOR RENT II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION CASE NO: 509617 DIVISION: C UCN: 10-470 IN THE INTEREST OF: CHILDS, NEVEAH DOB: 07/17/2009 MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. TO: Brandy Mathon, mother of: Neveah Childs, DOB: 07/17/2009 YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Termination of Parental Rights has been filed in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, Juvenile Division, alleging that the above-named child is dependent child and by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination of parental rights and permanent commitment of the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you are required to appear personally on the 31st day of August, 2011 at 9:30 a.m., before the Honorable Rex M. Barbas, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs Street, 3rd Floor, Division C Courtroom #310, Tampa, Florida 33602, to show cause, if any, why parental rights shall not be terminated and said child shall not be permanently committed to the Florida Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. You are entitled to be represented by an attorney at this proceeding. Date this 19th day of July. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: LINDA LEPELLETIER Deputy Clerk Pizzazz Beauty Salon 2908 N. Nebraska Ave. Is Looking For Licensed Stylists And Braid Tech Booth Rental Only Call Kristin @ (813) 546-5110 Hyman's Barbershop 2413 East Lake Avenue Is Looking For Licensed Barbers Start Immediately Call Charles For Detailed Information @ (941) 224-9824 II FOR RENT II-Tampa Rentals 111 -From $500.00 211 -From $600.00 311 -From $725.00 Section 8 Accepted Vanguard Property Management (813) 785-7455 USF Area 13050 20th Street 2 Bedrooml1 5 Bath Town home Water Included $100.00 Section 8 Move In Special $750.001Monthly Call (813) 220-3633 Sulphur Springs Area 2 Bedroomsl1 Y2 Bath Townhouse For Lease Gated Community A Low $620.00 Per Month Security Deposit $300.00 Application Fee $25.00 Section 8 Welcomed Call (813) 740-0384 II HOMES FOR RENT II Homes 1704 East Cayuga 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 1317 Warrington Way 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 727-6782 Section 8 OK 3 Bedroom/1 Bath House $850.00 Per Month Call (813) 356-9797 1305 West Nassau Street Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooml2 Bath Block Home Central Heat/Air $1 ,OOO.OOIMonthly Call (813) 562-3013 1 Bedroom/1 Bath House Close To Bus Stop $600.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Small Pets Ok Section 8 Ok (813) 340-3085 8122 Marks Street (Nebraska & Busch) 4 Bedrooml1 Bath 1,500 SF CHA, Fenced, Carpet $750.001Monthly $500.001Deposit (813) 385-2298 2506 East 28th Avenue 2 Bedrooml1 Bath Rehab Home Rent Negotiable Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code #FS2506 Seminole Heights Area 3 Bedrooml2 Bath Home With Den Totally Remodeled Great Neighborhood $925 .001Rent Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 601-3101 586 Brantley Terr,ace Way #201 Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 3 Bedrooml2 Bath CHAIWDH Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code #FS586 2908 North 17th Street 3 Bedrooml1 Bath Home Central Heat/Air, WDH $895.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 562-3013 2914 E. 27th 5 Bedroom/2 Full Baths Central Heat And Air $1300.001Rent $ 650.001Deposit Property Manager Jonda 727-320-7310 Near Hillsborough Ave. And 40th Street 311 Carport, Fenced Yard, WID Hookup, Carpet And Tile Section 8 Ready $800.001Month $300.001Security 813-451-9201 Progress Village 5206 81st Street Spacious 4 Bedrooml2 J3athroom CHA, WDH Utility Room $950.001Monthly $600.001Deposit Call (813) 930-5063 Ybor City Fantastlc Deal Huge 4 Bedrooml2 Bath Wood Frame House CHA, Ceiling Fans, Carpet 3015 N. sanchez Street (Off 21st Avenue) $875.001Monthly $600.001Deposit Includes WSG (813) 704-3370 2408 E. North Bay Street 412 -Home, CHA Living And Dining Areas WID Hook-Up With Kitchen Appliances Available 8/1111 Section 8 Preferred $1 ,250.001Rent Call (813) 690-0337 After Driving By Or For Directions c: C) c: C/) 1'1.) 1'1.) 0 ., r-0 :::D c )> C/) m z :::! z m r-Ill c: r_ rm :::! z c: Ill r-u; :J: m c m < m c: m C/) c :rj z c ., :::D 6 .....

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-t c: m 2 Bedroom Duplex Section 8 Welcome Ask About Our Move-In Special For Details Call 813-287-1591 Green Light Realty LLC Duplex For Rent 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Newly Remodeled W/D Hook-up Central A/C, Parking Near Everything Call {813) 546-7782 2 Bedroom Duplex Section 8 Welcome Ask About Our Move-In Special For Details Call 813-287-1591 Green Light Realty LLC North Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath -. Duplex Washer/Dryer Hook-up $575.00/Monthly $500 .00/Security Deposit Welcome Call (813) 376-8664 Tampa Heights 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex WDH, CHA $600.00/Monthly Includes Water Deposit Required Call (813) 778-1332 Near 25th Ave. & 29th St. 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Totally Remodeled New Laminate /Tile Gated And Fenced $750.00/Monthly (813) 748-1566 4905 Temple Heights Road Large 2nd Floor 2/1 Duplex WDH, WSG Included $650.00/Monthly Section 8 Welcome (813) 857-7656 813) 416-7706 Temple Terrace Area Efficiency $575.00-$625.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Electric, Water, Trash Sewer And Cable Included Call 813-785-1030 II ROOMS FOR RENT II Rooms For Rent In Quiet Building At 2913 North 15th Street Tampa Stop By Or Call Henry (813) 727-0151 Extra Large Furnished Room Private Entrance TV And Cable $125.00/Weekly $125.00/Deposit Near Sligh And 30th Call (813) 442-6077 Ybor Heights Large Furnished Rooms $120.00 $140.00/Weekly Deposit Plus Security Plus 1 Week Rent Cable TV, Laundry Single, Drug Free Must Be Employed Call (813) 247-4724 Seffner Extra Large Room No Drugs Private Entrance And Fridge Share Kitchen And Bath $150.00/Weekly Mr. Austin (813) 362-7618 Miss Sarah (813) 270-4047 Room For Rent 2009 East 17th Avenue Close To Shopping On Bus Line $70.00/Weekly Call (813) 625-2061 Furnished Rooms For Rent Ice Cold Air And Cable Strictly No Drug Activity Allowed Must Be Employed Call (813) 965-5931 8100 North Marks Rooms For Rent $125.00(Weekly $125.00/Deposit Central Heat And Air Carpet, Free Cable Call (813) 361-6227 Ideal For Fixed Income Person Cable TV, A/C Utilities Included $135.00/Weekly ,$1 00.00/Deposit Call (813) 495-9757 Room For Rent -Ybor A/C, Microwave Cable And Laundry Relaxed Atmosphere Clean Block For Major Bus Line $400 00/Monthly Call (813) Sulphur Springs Area Room For Rent Very Clean Close To Transportation $450.00/Monthly Plus Security Includes Utilities/Cable Available Immediately Call (813) 842-7902 Near Downtown/Busline Clean, Quiet Large, Furnished Rooms Washer/Dryer CHA Cable, Phone Must Have Job And Drug Free (813) 493-2401 Available Room For Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1000 East 26th Avenue Please Call (813) 494-3343 Furnished Rooms For Rent Single Person Free Cable, A/C And Heat $1 00.00 Per Week No Deposit Call (813) 562-3848 Sulphur Springs Area Room For Rent Very Clean Close To Transporta tion $450.00/Monthly Plus Security Includes Utilities/Cable Available Immediately Call (813) 842-7902 Room For Rent In Nice Home Room For Rent Ybor Area Extra Large Furnished Room A/C, Over 55 Preferred $500.00/Monthly Includes Utilities Call After 5 P.M. (813) 988-1055 Seffner Rc;>om For Rent No Drugs CHA, Share Kitchen And Bath $130.00/Weekly Mr. Austin (813) 362-7618 Miss Sarah (813) 27D-4047 Move In Special Kennedy/Armenia & University Area Any Size Room $1 00.00/Weekly $400.00 For c: C) c: en -t _!\) 1\) 0 .... ....... ., r 0 :!! en m z -t z m r m c: r r m ::::! z "'0 30 Years Of Age & Older Must Have Steady Income '$1 00.00/Weekly One Mc;>nth ONLY __ .ffi Single, Must Be Drug Free r c;; And Employed :::z:: $1 00.00/Deposit Jim (813) 237-1810 Beverly (813) 235-7934 Jeanette (813) 230-6776 Riverview Furnished Room Plus Utilities TV Washer/Dryer $11 0.00/Weekly Or $215.00/Bi-Weekly Or $450.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 500-7303 (813) 384-0387 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furnished, CHA W/D, Cable All Utilities Paid Next To Bus Lines Quiet Neighborhood $120.00/Weekly Private (813) 478-1 286 BLICATION DEADLINES UtiliJUO. Edition Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 Words And 50e For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your A'd m 0 m < m -t c: m en 0 )> z 0 ;., :!! 0

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