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c( Q -a: Q ..-.1 LL. Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 66 NO. 101 TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Program To Pav Tribute To Pastor Gospel SEE PAGE 8 Group, Hosts Call To Action For Juvenile onenders SEE PAGE 2 Judge Refuses To Delav Trial For Kevin.White .. SEE PAGE 15 TAMPA C H APTER JACK AND JILL CHARTER MEMBERS HONORED AT 25-YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION The Tampa Chapter of Jack And Jill of America, Inc. celebrated its 25th anniversary with a Children's Ball. The event was held at the A La Carte Event Pavilion on Saturday evening, August 6. Moms, dads, and friends joined the children in their finest evening attire for the event. The Charter members of the Tampa Chapter were honored during the evening. From left to right: Quida Hilton, Mattilon Rock, Frances Sykes, Patricia Miles, Lois Bowers and Patsy Greene. (Photo by Ricky Roberts)


,.... c; Features N 0) len ::::J (!) ::::J <( c en w ::::J 1-congressman James E. Clvburn To Speak At Bov Scouts 01 America 8th Whitnev Young luncheon The Gulf Ridge Council, Boys Scouts of America will hosts its 8th Annual Whitney M. Young, Jr. Luncheon, re cognizing outstanding service by an adult individual or or ganization in the development of scouting for culturally and economically diverse youth The luncheon will be held at 11:30 a. m. on Thursday, November 10, 2011 at Higgins Hall located at 5225 N. Himes Ave., Tampa, 33614. Proceeds from the lunch eon will benefit over 1,500 at risk youth in the West Central Florida area, including schol arships for needy boys to attend Cub Scout day camp and summer camp. Scouting continues to flou rish in our neediest communi. ties due in large part to support from community leaders, local businesses and volunteers. The Whitney M. Young, Jr. Service Award was established in 1978 in honor of the late civil rights spokesman and ex ecutive director of the Urban League from 1961-1971. Mr. Young was considered one of the most influential civil rights leaders and a "diplomat of race relations." CONGRESSMAN JAMES E. CLYBURN The 2011 recipients are Chris Altenbernd of the Second District Court of Appeal, a former Council President and current Scout master of Troop 100 at Acad emy Prep Center in Ybor City; Mr. Earl Silas of the Tampa Police Department, the Cub Master of Pack 1952 in Sulphur Springs; and the Hills borough County Board of County Commissioners. The Gulf Ridge Council is honored to have Congressman James E. Clyburn of South Carolina, as this year's keynote speaker. Congress-rt:=========i; We Specialize-In: ...... ft.,. .... & Bulletin Shells HALVERN JOHNSON man Clyburn is the Assistant Minority Leader in the United States House of Repre sentatives. He is the highest ranking African American in Congress. As a national leader he has worked to respond to the needs of America's diverse communities and he is a former Scout. For sponsorship opportu nities, more information, or to RSVP, please contact Halvern Johnson' at 813245-9687 or hjohnson@boyscouting.com. Visit our website: www.boyscouting.com. Souvenir Books, Banners And Special Events. Services Also Include Business & Catalog lopes, letterhead, Brochures, Postcards And Much More. Sol Davis Printing, Inc. 5205 N.Lois Avenue Tampa, Florida 33614 [8131 353-3609 Organization To Host Call To Action For Juvenile OHenders On Thursday August nth, a local organization will host a meeting concerning juvenile justice. The meeting will take place at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library, 2607 E. M. L. King, Jr. Blvd., beginning at 6p. m Ms. Carolyn Ransom, spokesperson for Families Seeking Justice said a recent law passed turns over the Juve nile Detention Centers to the Sheriffs of each respective county. However, her organiza tion feels that individuals who work with adults have not been trained to work with juveniles. She further stated, "Through the efforts of Sherriff Grady Judd in Polk County, Senate Bill 2112 recently passed allow ing Sheriffs in all counties to operate their local Juvenile De tention Centers in the adult jails. What does this mean for our community? "He (Sheriff Judd) is trying to get control of Hillsbor ough County, Sarasota, Polk County, and others in the area. If you know anything about him, then you know we don't want him in charge of our chil dren. "The Sheriffs Department refuses to apply Department of Juvenile Justice standards that recognize the difference be tween adults and children; the Florida Sheriffs Association thus far has rejected attempts to maintain juvenile specific standards; and our children are at risk of being maced, tasered, or injured by officers who are not trained to work with chil dren." Several guest speakers, in cluding the Southern Poverty Law Center and local political leaders have also been invited to attend the meeting. "We must take a stand for our children. We actually be lieve that our children are our :future. If we really believe this, then we are going to have to step up! "We are calling on parents who have children in the sys. tern to come out and voice their concerns and share with us. We cannot, not do anything, we have to do something." Ms. Ransom further stat ed that the meeting is not just for those who feel that some thing wrong took place while their child was in the system. She wants to hear from those who are satisfied with the manner in which their child was treated. She also stated there are many roles that parents can fill including making telephone calls or flyers. The event is free and open to the public. Dinner will also be served. Anyone who would like to obtain additional information can call or text (813) 957-2748. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921; or emailed at iholton@flsen tinel.com.


-4 Deacon savs Mother 013 Dies Suddenlv New Salem M. B. After Becoming Ill At Work Church On The BY.IRISB.HOLTON CD Road To Recoverv A deacon at a historically African American church said last week that the church is on the road to recovery. The church was facing foreclosure after a local bank filed fore closure paperwork in June of last year and a sale date had been set by the courts. Deacon Rufus Spencer, a lifelong member of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, 405 N Ore gon Avenue, said on Friday, "We have everything straight ened out and New Salem Mis sionary Baptist Church will be around for a long time. An article in the St. Pete Times newspaper last month, stated that the New Salem Missionary Baptist Church defaulted on a $1.4 million loan from Fifth Third Bank. The collateral is exist ing church property. However, after the news of the foreclosure proceed ings became public, Deacon Spencer said the bank agreed to work with them to resolve the problem. In 2007, the church pur chased 43 acres of land adja cent to I -4 near Sligh Avenue. The cost of the land was $1.1 million. It used the church's existing property as collateral for the loan. During an earlier inter view, Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons, Senior Pastor, said REV. DR. HENRY LYONS, SENIOR PASTOR the church began experienc ing financial problems when the economy went down. He said the money coming into the church dropped. Dr. Lyons said the church also held a General Business Meeting last month to inform all members of the status of the foreclosure pro ceedings. Spencer also said the church removed Jacob Franz Dyck, who was listed on the court records as a Trustee, of his role. Founded in 1906, New Salem M. B. Church moved to its current location in 1950. Rev. Dr. Lyons became its religious leader in 2004. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921; or emailed at iholton@flsentinel.com. News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $10,000 For Loss Wages And Medical care .. Service Support and Help from the beglnnk>g to the end. Attorneys An Attorney wil come to you at home or wort<: -No Recovery, NoF- Investigators If there Is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip&Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Wages Wrongful Death And More ".?'-'"-''"""""""""'""......,,__...,;,...,;, ___ ...._. Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813 Toll Free 1-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Mldlelle 8. Inc. The single mother of three children died suddenly on Thursday after she became ill at her place of employment She was 44 years old. According to Ms. Mary Lynn Ulrey, CEO of the Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coor dinating Office, Inc., (DACCO), another em ployee passed by Ms. April Daniels Sanders and discovered her unresponsive. The employees called 9-1-1 and performed CPR. Shortly after 12 noon on Thursday, the Tampa Fire Department responded to the lo cation and transported Ms. Daniels Sanders to Tampa General Hospital. Efforts to revive her were unsuccessful. MS. APRIL DANIELS SANDERS 12/18!1965 --oS/04/2011 --Ms. Daniels Sanders was working on the 3rd floor of the DACCO Center located at 4422 E. Columbus Drive. She had been em ployed at the facility for about 3 years "She was a wonderful employee and a joy to work around. She spent many hours in the Methadone Clinic working on audits and im proving documentation there for Medicaid compliance," Ms. Ulrey said. donated the first $500 contribution. "If some one wants to send a contribution for the chil dren to the memonal fund, please make checks payable to: DACCO c/o Lisa Car-., rier, Human Resources, April Daniels r Memorial Fund, 4422 E. Colwnbus Drive, Tampa, FL 33605." c Ms. Daniels Sanders, was the single parent of three children, ages 7, 14, and 22. Fund Established Ms. Ulrey said DAACO has established a fund for Ms._ Daniels Sanders' children and Ms. Ulrey said the office will collect dona-:J> tions for about a month and then give them to her adult son. Z -t_ Arrangements for Ms. Daniels Sanders Z were incomplete at press time and no funeral m home had been chosen. r m FOUNDt:D 1 .">94 ,111 Years ol Building REGISTERING ClAVER CATHOliC SCHOOl Today, over 117 years since St. Peter Claver Catholic School opened,_ the school services students in the Early Childhood Program through 8th grade. SPCCS is the oldest Catholic African American School still functioning in the Stat f We are excited to provide a well rounded education for the youth g f they grow to be the leaders of tomorrow. SPCCS features: Qualified Teachers that are dedicated and caring individuals students succeed We deliver a Christian based education, with a 1 teacher for 12 students ratio Our school is located across the street from the Capitano Boys and Girls club for convenient after school programs SPCCS has just implemented a high technology computer learning lab with 18 new computers and Smart Board projection technology to enhance the education options for our youth. We are actively seeking new students to attend our school. If you would like to learn more about our school, please call us at 813-224-0865 so we can arrange a visit for you and your child. Tuition assistance may be available. c: r r m :::! z ., c: m r c;; :I: m c m < m :::D < -4 c: m (/) c ?< )> z c Ci) m w


p editorials/Columns ar ;::) c.:J ;::) c( >-"' iC c en w ;::) ..... c a: u.. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193G-2010 (19n) 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.oo-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-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. Black Unemplovment And Background Checks C we aren't the only ones wondering why Black unemployment has continuously hovered between 16 and 17 percent during this most recent recession. The '"" United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is also interested, and is asking questions W that may lead to a full investigation as to why the average unemployment rate in 2010 for Black Americans wa8 16 percent, compared to 8.7 percent for whites and 12.5 perW cent for Latinos. > One answer is the wide-spread use of background W checks, which, though basically necessary, when taken to fil extremes, seems to have added to the historic challenges faced by African American who seek employment. For ex:J ample, EEOC has raised concern over the impact of agm gressive criminal background checks on all Americans, but especially Blacks and Hispanics. z Meanwhile, the National Employment Law Project rei= minds employers that routine criminal background checks should be a practice of continued fairness and that ...I applicants should be given the opportunity to explain the ffi reasoi\S for their arrests or convictions. ....1 EEOC issued guidelines more than two decades ago w that warn employers not to base their decisions to hire or z i= not to hire solely on an applicant's conviction record. In z essence, employers must ask themselves if an applicant's m former offense is in any way related to the business cone( ducted by the employer. C In a time when more than 25 percent of American men ii: and women carry the label of former jail or prison ing mates, American employers need to step up to the plate U.. by following EEOC guidelines regarding hiring practices. If not, more than 65 million able-bodied Americans will remain jobless, futureless and possible predators. wiuu.er: A $15,000 word I "W h d' d IGGER!" What? You've never ear 1t uttere on the playground, in the backrooms of a workplace, in a living room where the family gathers to watch shows where white people seem to look, sound and act like their African American counterparts? Practically every day, a newsbreak reminds us of just how far we have not come in the area of positive race-relations and human understanding. Indeed, one such news release recalls a suit filed by a recent high school graduate who complained her white classmates were not checked when they turned out in socalled "Black-dress" to lampoon African Americans during the school's homecoming week activities. So said the accuser, white boys and girls wore pants-falling-down, '1::1' oversized sports jerseys, and flashed caricatured gangW signs and slogans during the 2008 and 2009 school years. C!J According to the high school student's lawsuit, "The If day was unofficially known as 'Wigger Day.'" Do You Care About Your Child's Educationil Ask yourse lf: Do I care about my child's educa tion? If you do, then I ask you: What are you doing to insure that your child gets an education? If your only answer is, I send him to school, then you really don't care about your child's education. There is more to caring about your child's education than that. There are a number of things that you can do and must do. You can start by making sure that your child gets a good night's sleep every night before a school day. In addition to sending your child to school, you need to do your part to make sure that your child gets to school on time. He should arrive at school well-rested and equipped with everything the child needs to be able to pursue his or her education. Parents have a responsibility to make sure that their children have had ample time to study and to do their homework the evening before. There was a time when children had to study and do their homework right after school and before they went out to play: If you care about your child's education, then find some time to talk to them about their school, their school day, their teachers, their lesson and how well they are performing in class. You have to let your child know that you are concerned and that you care. In addition, a parent who A Slave Revolt: Stano's Rebellion As a child, I remember wondering and asking my _mother why more slaves didn't fight slavery other than the few well-known Blacks we read about, to include Harriet Tubman, Nat Turner, and Frederick Douglass. Later in life when I found out that more than 250 slave rebellions took place between 1619 and 1865, I found myself wishing someone had in formed my mother. Then we might have discussed the Stono Rebellion. In fact, Stono's Rebellion was one of the earliest and largest uprisings to occur in colonial America prior to the American Revolution. Also called "Cato's Con spiracy," or "Cato's Rebellion," after the name of the slave known as "Jemmy," the An golan (possibly from Angola, Africa) who was probably owned by the Catos or Carters who lived near the Stono River, the Stono Rebel lion was led by Jemmy and at least 20 other Angolans. Historians believe Jemmy and his posse came from the Congo in Central Africa. He and the other rebels were believed to have been soldiers with fighting skills who had been captured and sold into slavery. On Sunday, September 9, 1793, Jemmy and other rebels broke into Hutchinson's Store at Stono's Bridge, killed the two store-keepers, stole guns and ammunition, and hung the store-keepers' heads in front of the store. Moving southward towards Spanish Florida where escaped slaves were offered freedom and land, Jemmy and his rebels burned at least seven plantations and killed between 20 to 25 whites. Slaves on those plantations joined the rebels, or were forced to march South with the rest of the group until there were at least So slaves, singing, playing drums and carrying a banner emblazoned with the word, "Liberty" on it. They spared the lives of plan tation owners who treated their slaves kindly. After traveling ten miles south of the Stono River, Jemmy and his group were attacked by a militia of 20 to 100 farmers and slave-owners cares needs to just visit the school, attend parent-teachers conferences, attend PTA meetings and attend other school functions. I know that some parents' work schedules aon't allow much time for such visits. These parents need to work to arrange their sche dules so that they can make some of these meetings. It is an accepted fact that students do better in school when parents and schools work together to educate the student. This article is timely and very important. In just a matter of days, students will be returning to school for the 2011-2012 school year. Pa;. rents need to start the school off right by getting in vofved in their children's education from day one. Parents should start the school year off by doing the things I have suggested early on in this article: Education is more important than ever before during these tough econom1c times. Parents, help the schools to help your children. who had tracked them to the Edisto River. During a fierce skirmish, 44 slaves and 20 whites were killed, and at least 30 slaves managed to escape. Days later, the 30 escapees were caught by and Catawba Indians along with other slaves who were sent to find and capture the rebel slaves. Then, according to sources, the captured slaves were executed, decapitated and their heads were "mounted on wooden stakes along majqr roadways as a warning to other slaves who might be thinking of ins urrec tion." Stono's Rebellion caused the South Carolina Legislature to enact the Negro Act, which placed a 10 year moratorium on importing African slaves, forbid slaves to grow their own food, learn to read, earn their own money; or assemble in groups. The Act also required a ratio of at least one white for every 10 BlackS on any planta tion and levied penalties against slave-holders who sub jected slaves to brutal punishment or excessive labor. Today, a historic marker is erected at the site of the Hutchinson Store near the Stono River, designating the site as the Stone River Slave Rebellion Site. Now, we all can tell our children that there were at least 250 slave rebellions in America, launched by our an cestors to free themseives from slavery. Harambee! The Black student was by no means amused. With the support of the Minnesota 'Department of Human Rights, she filed a discrimination suit for more than $75,000. As lawyers would say, "The thing explains itself." The slip of a lip, at school," on the job, in a meeting, even at home, may cost more than "I'm sorry."


-F-ic_t_u-re_s_f_r;_o_m_T_h_e_F_a_s_t _____________ Ms. Olivia Wilson, Ms. Lorraine Mitchell and Ms. Norene Copeland were among the guest who enjoyed the Bronzettes Anniversary Dance. Plaid shirts and fancy scarves were the attire when the Candy-n-Company entertained thier guest that included Sharon Tolliver and Kim Boots. St. John Progressive Youth Choir and Directors gathered for a group photo. The members iuncluded: James Wright, Arthur Jones, Willie Ingram, Curtiss Lester, SherylO'Neal, Flora Ferguson, Wynell Lester, Leroy A. Bell, Dorothy Graham, Willie Mae Jones, Marilyn Graham, Sandra Lester and Mrs. Elease Kitchen. The First Annual Athletes Reunion drew many former athletes from around the Tampa Bay area. Pictured above were some of the participants: (L-R) Robert Tillman, P. A. Curry, Leroy Collins, Barbara Stevenson, Rev. Charles Copeland, Andre James and Milton Thompson, Jr. c !< Horoscopes Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Go over it again, just to be sure. )> Delays, mix-ups or technical breakdowns could slow the pace, C: so practice patience and attention to detail. Don't let schemers distract. Friends inspire. en Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Review and revise well before -4 finalizing projects. Postpone communications. Get a savvy friend s input, and work with your team. It's wise to organize. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Minimize communications, go slow and get into creative work. Check it over twice, in case you missed something. To avoid frustration, be deliberate with your breakdowns. No need to go it alone. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Your peacemaking abilities may come in handy today. Look deep inside your heart and de: cide on the next course of action from there. What would serve everyone best? Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Your self-confidence could be seen by others as arrogance. Make sure to accept praise gracefully, and acknowledge others when appropriate. It's okay to feel fine. : Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-To minimize confusion, take it slow and methodically. Do an equipment run-through be fore show time. Help comes from others, and a partner encourages. Focus on openings. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Today offers new opportu nities for productive collaboration. Listening plays a big part in your interactions. Find the answer through meditation. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You're the one you've been waiting for. Think outside your home. You can be a powerhouse in your community. How will you contribute? Dream bigger. Aries (March 21-April19)-Keep your digital data saved, ;:!! your schedule light and prepare to roll with any punches. No 0 problem; it's easy for you. Partnership and roniance flower later. :!! Taurus (April 20-May 20) Patience is a key virtue today. Listen to all points of view, and dance with the unex pected. Rejuvenate at home with friends and family. Share ap-predation. Z Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Slow and steady wins the ::::! race. Stick to the budget, and only buy what you really love. j!fi Tackle a tough job and get it over with. Accept a bonus coming r your way. tD Cancer (June 22-July 22) Focus on the rules of the := game : The message may get clouded along the way. Remind oth-r ers how to play the game, for clarity. Then move into profitable !!l hyperdrive. z soaps "'D c: tD r u; ALL MY CHILDREN-Ryan puts a GPS tracking chip into ::::1: David's cell phone; Bianca wonders how Tad is going to react to Dixie being alive; Tad and Dixie may reunite. David gets a warnm ing from Krystal not to hurt Angie; Dixie sees Tad and Cara's < wedding photo; Kendall insists Zach is ilot alive. Amanda and m Janet share a close moment; Greenlee pretends she is Kendall; David tricks Ryan and gets him off his trail. -4 BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Katie gives Bill an ulti-matum about their marriage; Ridge makes a heartfelt apology en to Steffy; Brooke and Taylor have opposing opinions regarding C the love triangle involving Bill, Katie and Steffy. Steffy is in no mood for a lecture from Hope; Nick tries to talk Jac}tie and )> Owen into getting their own place; Hope questions Liam about Z Bill and Steffy's affair; Bill delivers news to Steffy about the fate C of their relationship. Jackie learns that Steffy bought her old 3J apartment and wonders why; Katie tells Brooke and Hope that i3 she's confident Bill is ending his affair; Bill feels torn as Steffy makes a final plea for him to choose her over Katie. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Maggie is rushed to the hospital; the DiM eras and Kiriakises prepare for war; Nicole tells Taylor that EJ will never change; Quinn learns from Phelps that Carly has demanded more pills Despite Rafe's disapproval, Gabi and Will make love for the first time; Melanie seeks comfort from Daria; Daniel and Lexie operate on Maggie ; Hope, Jennifer and Abigail pra y for Maggie's recovery; Chad bears witness as EJ rips into Stefano. As the DiMera men argue, Stefano collapses in pain and is stunned when a loved one refuses to help him; Hope gets the news that Maggie is on a ventilator and attacks Stefano; Nicol e comforts Brady; Abigail worries when Chad do esn't return h e r calls. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sam gets an important call from Monica; Jax and Shawn square off; the Jackal PI (aka Spinelli) takes interest in Lulu. Patrick does not have a good prognosis; Carly is determined to get her daughter; like father, like son, for Sonny and Michael. Sonny targets a man boarding a plane; more drug-induced flashbacks for Lucky; Alexis and Diane get stuck at Jake's in the storm. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-John opens the test results andreveals them to Todd's family; Nora confronts Nate.Someone overhears Destiny telling Matthew about her pregnancy; a sur prising person holds the answers to the question of who is the real Todd Manning. Nora has important news to share with Bo; after Starr makes a confession to James about Baz, their rela tionship changes. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Ronan's return shocks Nina and Chloe; Genevieve flirts with Victor. Ashley comforts a heartbroken Victoria; Jack must tell Kyle about Diane's death. Ashley and Nick partner to conceal evidence; Ronan interro gates Phyllis


.,... All About You! c a: u.. c z < c CJ) w ::::) 1-w > w c w ::t: CJ) :::i m ::::) a. z .i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z Happy Birthday BRENDA WILSON Sending Birthday wishes to the world's best mother, sug amommy, sister and friend Brenda Wilson celebrated her soth on August 7th. We thank God for blessing us with her presences, humor and keep ing it 100 always. We love you and wish you many more. From, Elisha, An-drea and Willie. Happy 21th llirt-day I LD Happy Birthday LD m He's richer than your < daddy's baby! He isn't even C thirty. LOL. Happy birthday daddy. Enjoy your day. From, your lady and soon to be wife. a: 0 ..J u.. Preacher Man! RODNEYK. LAUDERDALE Seeking Christian fellow ship. Write Rodney K. Lauderdale, #41127-048, FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0. Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. DIANE LEWIS And Cousin, ELLIOTT E. PYLES Helping Hand Kinder garten. Happy Birthday 'MR. And MRS. ST. PETE' I would like to wish a happy birthday to the true love of my life and yes baby, one day I would love to be your wife. These 6lf2 years have not all been a honeymoon, but no one's promised sunshine withoutrain. Sending all my true love your way, me and your first lady, Mrs. Chri'shaundra. Hope you enjoyed your day! Local' Teenagers Complete Internships, Prepare For College MS. V ALIENCE LONG The Bank of America In ternship Program ended Fri day, August 5th. However, the experience that two bay area young ladies received will last them a lifetime. Ms. Valience Long and Ms. Keonna Welch were among more thad 200 high school students who attended a five-day Leadership summit in Washington, D. C. Following the summit, the young women returned home and began their respective internships. Ms. Valiece Long com pleted her internship at the Pinellas County Boys & Girls Club. Of her experience, she said, trip wa& really lifechanging 1lecaU:se they helped me to think outside of the box. "I met students who helped me to realize that I could make a difference." Her experience has encour aged her to pursue her goal of helping those students "who are academically focused and want to go to college to find the financial means to do so." A recent graduate of Clear water High School, Ms. Long plans to attend the University of Florida as a Biology major. Her goal is to enter the medical MS. KEONN.A WELCH field. : Ms. Keonna Welch, a graduate of Gibbs High School, completed her internship at the Young Men's Christian Associ_ ation of Greater St. Petersburg, Inc. Ms. Welch said, "It's truly been a wonderful experience. I really d!d enjoy working her because I had an opportunity to work in severai depart: ments. "I always wanted to work in Public Relations and this expe rience just solidified my desire. I had the chance to explore a career that I was already interested in." .f. Ms. Welch will attend Florida A & M University in the fall. She will major in Business Administration and minor in Public Relations. This is the fourth year stu dents from throughout the country has had an opportu nity to attend the Leadership Summit. The internship pro gram was launched in 2004. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921; or emailed at iholton@tlsentinel.com. lncorrectlnlormation An article on July 26, 2011 about the 20th anniversary of Harmon Funeral Home stated that John Harmon suggested to the owners of Aikens Funeral Home and Ray Williams Fu neral Home where they could build/relocate their businesses. Both own .ers say that was information. Fish* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs NOW COOliNG THURSDAY 3608 N. 1Sth{comerOfLake) 813.24


Local Communitv Garden To Feature Grand Opening .This Butterfly Garden is a special feature at the community garden. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The proud people of Tampa Heights have all pitched in and worked diligently to create something everyone can enjoy and benefit from. On August 27th from 9:30 a.m. uqtil12:30 p. m., Mayor Bob Buckhorn, members of the Tampa City Council, and other dignitaries and guests will all be guests for the grand opening of the Tampa Heights Community Garden. The garden is located at 605 East Frances Street. The Tampa Heights community broke grciund on the garden July 23rd, and on that same day, a butterfly garden was planted on the lot. As a feature of the grand opening, there will be tree planting, live radio broadcast ing, health information booths, children's activities, garden ing/healthy choices classes, and invitations to join a com mittee. The garden was made pos sible tl1rough the hard work of the Tampa Heights Junior Civic Association and their partners, the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Depart ment, the Tampa Garden Club On The Bay, the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, Metropolitan Ministries, the University of Tampa, The Home Depot, 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay, Inc., Sweetbay Supermarkets, and Hillsbor ough County. "11 r-0 ::D 6 ,. en m z ::::! z m r-Ill c: r r-!!I z "'D c: Ill r-(i) :t m c m < m -t' c: m en c z c "11 c


Local m Gospel Music Workshop 01 America Convenes In Tampa c en w t-c a: u.. c z w c w l: en :::J m 0.. z ...J ...J m Chapters of the Gospel Music Workshop of America will begin arriving in Tampa this week for their 44th An nual Convention which for mally begins on Sunday, August 14, 2011. Events will kick off on Friday, however, August 12th with a press conference and preparation for a week of ac tivities that concludes on Au gust 19th. The organization w_ill launch its third annual com munity volunteer project, GMWA Serves. More than 200 volunteers wW reach out to at least 10 local charities on Saturday, August 13th. Other volunteers who'd like to participate are invited to gather at the Convention Center on Saturday at 11 a. m. for orientation. "This year's outreach is dedicated to the legacy of the late Rev. James Cleveland who would have been celebrating his 8oth birthday this year, and the late-Queen Albertina BISHOP ALBERT JAMISON, SR. ... Chairman of the Board, Gospel Music Workshop Of America Walker," stated Bishop Albert L. Jamison, Sr., Chairman of the Board, GMWA. Cleveland founded the Gospel Music Workshop of America in 1968 in Detroit. Among those who have been invited to participate in Friday's press conference and volunteer project cele bration are: Mayor Bob Buckhorn, City Council Chair Charlie Miranda, Council Member Frank Reddick, Bishop Jamison, Sr., Attorney Ron Magnus, Chair, GMWA Serves, Bishop Sam Williams, Vice Chair, GMWA Serves, Rev. Dr. Walter J. Williams, New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, Pastor Moses Brown, Feed Our Children and Pastor Paula White of Without Walls International Church. The Welcome Musical program will be on Saturday evening, 7 p. m. at the Tampa Convention Center. Sunday, there will be 8 a. m. and. 10:45 a. m. (Commu=nion Service) worship serv ices with the James Cleveland Chorus providing music. Public programs are: Sunday through Friday nights, 7 p. m., there is a mu sical program (there is a small fee) and the Daily Bread worship services are held daily, 10:45 a. m. -12 noon at the Convention Cen ter. Health And Wellness Fair The 'We Care Initiative,' a community outreach compo nent of the Mt. Zion AME Church of Riverview, FL is sponsoring a Health and Wellness Fair, Saturday, 0 EMBRACING 1 5201NomAaMtMtaAvtTAillra.fl33603 L E G A c y 1-800-601-1414 I WWW.RfVEALINGTRUTH.ORG August 13, 2ou from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. The church is located at 5920 Robert Tolle Drive (corner of US 301 and Bloomingdale, across from the Valrico State Bank). The fair includes, but is not limited to, a variety of free health screenings for the whole family, free dental back to school exams, book bags filled with school supplies (while supplies last), free haircuts and much more. The event will take place rain or shine; free trans portation is available for spe cific areas. Call the Church for details at 813-622-7171. Rev. Dwayne K. Gaddis is pastor. Appreciation Program -To Pav Tribute To Dr. Arthur T. Jones Several noted gospel artists will be in Tampa this weekend to pay tribute to Reverend Dr. Arthur T. Jones. Pastor Jones has been ill for several months. Pastor, author, song writer, Grammy nominee, Stellar Awards nominee and visionary are some of the many titles that can be placed before the name of this 'Liv ing Legend.' On Sunday, August 14, 2011, famous music artists and others in the gospel arena will present "In Tribute To Rev. Arthur T. Jones: The Man, The Music, The Message. Recording Artist/Gospel Commentator Edna Tatum of Los Angeles, California wili emcee the event. The 4:30 p. m. tribute will be held at Bible-Based Fel lowship Church, 4811 Ehrlich Rd. Admission is free. Among the performers will be Bishop Albert Jamison, Gospel Music Workshop Of America President, New York; Rev. Milton Biggham, Malaco Records Producer, New Jersey; Rev. Norma Pender, Detroit; Patrick Lundy and The Ministers of Music, Balti more; Bishop Richard White, Atlanta; The James Sisters, Chicago; The Florida Mass Choir "Origi nal," Tampa, Orlando, Jack sonville, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale; and special guest, Rev. James A. Forbes, New York. Rev Jones, a native Tampan, Senior Pastor of Bible -Ba sed Fellowship Church, Inc., co-founded the church in 1989. In the gospel REV. DR. ARTHUR T. JONES Pastor of Bible-Based Church of Carrolwood arena, he co-founded the Florida Mass Choir, which yielded 10 LPs and videos. He was the writer of many of the popular songs, such as ''Jesus Is Mine," "Have A Little Talk With Jesus." "Speak For Me,' ; the title of his latest solo CD, was released in 2002. The album, "Been There, Done That,'' was Grammy nomi nated as Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album in 1999. Dr. Jones also served as Executive Producer for 3 suc cessful cultural summer youth productions, "Don't Give Up On Your Dream," "Til Victory Is Won" and "What's Going On." Dr. Jones also has 3 pub lished works: "What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do," "Four Words For Tough Times: Have Faith In God," and "Just Let God Be God." Dr. Jones and his wife, Doris have 2 daughters, Shonda and Natalie and 2 sons, Arthur T., II and Dar-ren. For more information, contact the church at (813) 264-4040 or www.bible based.org.


Local Mothersavs Son Involved In Pursuit Made Bad Decision BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Wednesday, August 3rd, Nathan Johnson was passed out in his vehicle in the drive through of a McDonald's Restaurant on South Manhat tan. As Johnson sat his in his vehicle with the engine run ning he was awakened by po lice officers who were trying to get him to turn of his vehi cle and unlock his door. In stead of obeying the officers, Johnson fled and a pursuit was initiated. The pursuit ended with Johnson's vehicle striking a light pole. He was injured, hospitalized, and charged in the incident. Johnson's mother, Tammy Wilkerson, said there was a reason her son was asleep in his vehicle, and she feels that story needs to be told. "My son is different than a lot of young men these days. He's really a good per son, but sometimes makes the wrong decisions, like he did that night." Ms. Wilkerson said her son was exhausted and med icated when he diifted off to slE;ep in the drive-through. "He had been waiting for a while and just fell asleep. When the officers woke him up, he was startled, and over reacted. "He suffered a concussion and broken arm in the colli sion with the light pole, and now he has 8 staples in his head." Ms. Wilkerson said she hopes the circumstances that NATHAN JOHNSON ..... involved in police pursuit. led to her son falling asleep will have some weight when he appears in court. She also said she's happy no one else was hurt during the pursuit. "Like any other mother, I'm concerned about my son. I'm not saying what he did wasn't wrong, but it's not all some of the media sources have made it out to be. "Right now, I just want to make sure he's healing prop erly, and getting the medical care he needs. But, I just felt it was important for me to make it clear that there were some factors that were re sponsible for the pursuit, and it wasn't because Nathan was trying to hide something. He overreacted to being awakened, and reacted in fear more than anything else." Ms. Wilkerson said she hopes that the judge will un derstand allow her son to get the help he really needs. "I'd like to see him put into a drug rehabilitation pro gram. He was in one before, but when he turned 18, he had to leave. I think he probably needs to try it again." Caregivers, State Rap. Celebrate First Union Contract Florida House Rep. Betty Reed and nursing home workers gathered for a momentous celebration that signified perseverance and dedication as Excel Rehab and Nursing Center ratified its first union contract in 10 years. A difficult legal battle ensued after workers voted to form a union on January 31, 2001. "This victory sends a strong message to the com munity and to working peo ple everywhere: the voices of the working class matter. We must demand fair treat ment until it becomes a real ity," Ms. Brenda Williams, Activity Assistant at Nursing Center at Univer sity Village said. Excel caregivers voted for Rep. Betty Reed, left, and Ms. Monica Russo, the Executive Vice President for 1199SEIU Florida, are shown at the celebration. a contract, which will give them a seat at the table and a voice in deciding how their employers' revenue is tar geted to staffing, job safety, wages and compensation. "It is my hope that this broken system can be fixed so other caregivers do not have to wait as long as Excel workers did for to be treated fairly. But, it is a new day and we must continue to celebrate by paving the way for workers everywhere to stand united. Anything is possible when you come together," Ms. Williams said. i199SEIU United Health care Workers East is the largest and fastest growing healthcare union in the country. The mission of the organization is to achieve affordable, high quality health care for all. Hillsborough ColUlty I The Head Start Early Head Start Program Presents A FREE Healthy Relationships Seminar For singles and couples wishing to gain skills to begin or maintain a healthy relationship. Aug. 6 -Mabry Area Aug. 27 Sulphur Springs Area Sept. 17-Downtown .Tampa Area Attendees receive complimentary breakfast, lunch, and will be registered to win raftle prizes. This is a full-day seririnar. For details and registration, call (813) 272-5140 and ask to speak with a healthy relationships coordinator. c !< )> c: C) c: w -t 1\) 0 ..... ..... "T1 r 0 2:! c )> 0 m z -t z m r m c: r r gr z c: m r en :J: m c m < m :::D < -t c: m 0 c )>. z c "T1 2:! c


0 Loca o) .... en :::> (!) :::> < Top Teens Of America Awards Ceremonv ;:f The Top Teens of America Awards Ceremony was held w at the Lee Davis Community Center The teens were recognized for various accomplishments. Top Ladies of Distinction, parents and friends attended the ceremo-c a: LL c ny. Prior to the awards cere mony, new officers for Top Teens were installed. New officers were also installed for Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc., which sponsors Top Teens of America. Top Teens of America is a co-educational program which includes cultural, academic and civ,ic activities, volunteer service projects, and other community endeavors. Top Teen awards were presented to: Kenyondra Nelson, Top Service Award; Jamie Dawson, Outstanding Academic Achievement Award; Taylor Moore, Academic Achievement Award; Kenyondra Nelson and Nicholas Green, Academic Award; Natasha Orford, Spirit Award; Naya Render, Rising Star Award. Stephanie Smart, Caro Nelson and Melvia Green, Parent Support Award ; and Ruby French, Mentor of the Year Certificates were presented to Top Teens: Nelson, Micah Smart,, Naya Render, Natasha Orford, Nicholas Green, N akya La Vonte Dukes, Taylor Moore, Geraldine Williams, Datiana Emanuel, Kenneth Nelson, Jamie Dawson and Jessie Pollard. Luvator Nelson is the Top Teen Advisor. (Photos by Julia Jackson) < c .en w :::> .... i:t w > w c ,-w ::z: en :J m :::> a. z j:: w ...J ...J :::> m ...J w z j:: z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL 0 Top Teens With certificates: Datiana Emanuel, Nicholas Green, Kenneth Nelson (Treasurer), Naya Render (Historian), Kenyondra Nelson (President), Taylor Moore, Geraldine Williams, Jamie Dawson, arid LaVonte Dukes. Not shown, Micah Smart (1st Vice President), Natasha Orford (2nd Vice President) and Jessie Pollard. Top Ladies ofDistinction: seated, Maria Singfield, Jean Miller, Ora Chester and Dawn Frazer Woods. Standing, Lorretta Cottman, Luvator Nelson, Kemp, Frazer, Fontaine Marion, and Antonia Barber. The Head Start Program is now enrolling County new applicants into their child care program! In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities fJt;t, 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 Sub$idized Child care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines .for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic impainnent, 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 Parellt Program: Are in your 1st/2nd pregnancy trimester and due in May, -June or July HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 8oad ol


ntertainment Outkast Rapper Big Boi Arrested For Drug Possession BIGBOI Outkast rapper Big Boi was arrested in Miami for possession of drugs includ ing Ecstasy and Viagra. The 36y ear-old whose r eal name is Antwan Patton, was reportedl y charged on Sunda y with four sep a rate offenses relating to drugs He later tweeted: "Fresh out baby!!!! They said it was the love boat." His lawyer Daniel Kane issued a statement which said: "I am confident when the entire facts are ai red Big Boi will be completely e x on erated." The statement continued: "While Big Boi was travel ling with his group and friends, a small amount of contraband was found in the collective luggage." 'Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes' Wins Box OUice After last week's big box office battle between "Cow boys & Aliens" and "The Smurfs," the first weekend in August proved to be less sus-' penseful as "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" dominated the box office. The film, which stars James Franco and is a pre-quel to "Planet of the Apes," earned an estimated $54 million to open as the No. 1 movie for the weekend. While the film outperformed studio expectations, it still fell below the $68.5 million opening of Tim Bur ton's "Planet of the Apes" remake 10 years ago ABC: Sorrv About Nicki Minai's Wardrobe Malfunction NICKIMINAJ NEW YORK --ABC is apologizing for a wardrobe malfunction that gave singer Nicki Minaj more exposure than she bargained for. Minaj appeared Friday on the "Good Morning America" concert series, wearing a loose-fitting halter top that she occasionally had to adjust. As Minaj sang "Where Dem Girls At," som e slips made one of her nipples fleetingly visible. Despite a fiv e se cond dela y the slip s were seen during the East C o ast's live telecast. ABC s a id they we re edited out of Frida y's l ater feeds to other parts of the country. Soulia Bov Removing His FaceTanoos SOULJABOY Soulja Boy is reportedly removing the tattoos on his face this according to the rapper himself. Brandv Returning To Television On.'90210' BRANDY News recently broke that Brandy will be joining the cast of "90201" for multiple episodes Brandy, who is no stranger to the small screen, will apparently play an upand-coming politician named Marissa JacksonLewis who is running for Congress. Brandy has also been tapped to guest star in four episodes of the Lifetime show "Drop Dead Diva" and has been in the studio work ing on an album. Singer Gene McDaniels Dies GENE MCDANIELS Gene McDaniels, 76 who recorded the 1961 hit "A Hundred Pounds of Clay" and later wrote Roberta Flack's chart-topping single "Feel Like Makin' Love has died after a brief illness. McDaniels' songs were also recorded by Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Johnny Mathis and Ray Charles. His song "Compared to What was re-recorded and r e leased b y John Legend and The Roots on their 2010 album "Wak e Up." McDaniels is survived by his wife, fiv e sons, one daughter and a sister. lil wavne Visits Tampa Skate Park Lil Wayne visited the 'Skate Park' of Tampa where he put his skateboarding skills to use after his concert in the area. W eezy recently stopped by Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory in L.A. and hit the ramps with skateboarder Drama. In Tampa, Weezy was spotted with the Skate Park of Tampa staff where he posed for pictures and went on a shopping spree. LILWAYNE Big Sean Denies Sexual Assault Allegations G.O.O.D. Music artist Big Sean is denying allegations that he and an associate sex uall y assaulted a woman after a show in upstate New York on Thursday night. The rapper and a friend were arrested and charged with third-degree sex abuse, forcible touching and sec ond-degree unlawful impris onment. The y both were later re leased on $500 bail. On behalf of his client Big Sean's lawyer Scott E. Leemon released the fol lowing statement: Last night, recording artists, Sean "Big Sean" Anderson and Willie "Sayitainttone" Hansbro were arrested and immediately released BIG SEAN by the NY State Police in connection with an allegation made by a female who was at their concert. Both men were charged with misdemeanors and they both vehemently deny the al legations. He is having his breakthrough year with his debut album Finally Famous. ., c: m r-c;; ::J: m c m < m -4 c: m 50 Rides On Congressman For Calling President Obama A Tar Babv' c ., :::0 c 50 Cent recently spoke out over r a cists statements that were levied towards Pres. Obama b y Republi can Congressman Doug Lamborn who labeled the Commander In Chief as a "tar baby" in an interview. Though Lamborn recanted his statement, 50 didn't think Lamborn's apology was enough Tweet ing, "Republican congress. man Doug Lamborn should be relieved of his du ties after calling President Obama a tar baby. "Tar baby is a synonym for n gger, except it is only used in bigoted manners, where as n gga can be a sign of re spect. The term. comes from a children's story in witch they explain that slaves were" dark and dumb"due to the fact they were" baptized in TAR" #SK. 50 CENT I can't find a more disre spectful or ignorant way to describe the race or depiction of our preside 'nt, he added. Lamborn recently told a '. Denver radio show host, "l : don't even want to to be. associated with Obama, it's like touching a 'tar baby."' The Colorado representa-tive has since released a pub-m lie apology for his racial slur ::::


0 s rts 0) t; :::::1 :::::1 -King High school To Host Media oav c On Saturday, August 13th, en members of the King High School Football teain will 1-host their annual Media team players. Everyone is welcome to come out and make this event special." Day. The event will take place at the Football Stadium at the schooL Ms. Tarshee Jackson, Team Mom and Booster Board Member said, "We are inviting the entire com munity to come out and join us. The community will have an opportunity to meet the coaches, committee and She further stated that the committee consists of about five women who give their time and energy to help make the event possible. Some of the events planned include a food and fish fry, activities and games, and photographs of the varsity team and individual photographs. Siblings compete For Youth-Athletic Ministrv Track Club Janiya Sipp competing during a .track meet. Joseph Sipp, Jr. stretches on the track before a run. BY LEON B. CREWS pline. uj Sentinel Staff Writer. "Coming up, I played foot-Z ball, but I was always i= Joseph Sipp is the head '' attracted to track and field. I ffi track and field coach a t i also understand that when en Hillsborough High SchooL ., are yo,.mg, you (' So, it's_quite let them explore. 0: that his two. children, ,: : :Now, I think they are enjoyg year-old Jamya and it as much as J ani." u. old Joseph, Jr. would also ._.. ': Mr s a'd he coa hes be involved. in track ... .1pdpJs I h J c field. ::' _r. on Thanks to I. E. Entertain-, with a stu, ment Janiya and Jose' b ,,.: ,fr. om HtlJsborough P h : h k' I I Jr. are now members oftliet:;.,/I,,I : g,.: .. e s wor mg c ose Y Trailblazers Youth Athleti'c.: ... : Ministry Track Club, 'Sipp said J()seph, have been sponsored ld the shot put, compete at the AAU ... !\fi-.P.O;.II'l.eter ;:td Boo meter Olympic Games. .:.'./ ;::: .; -and als o plays foot-Mr. Sipp said he Q all ,and basebalL Janiya the club is great and it in the shot put, es his children how to work'': and the 4o' e meter I I hard and it also instills disci: run. I .;, .. NBA Plaver Hits Heckler AI NYC Basketball Tournament MICHAEL BEASLEY Michael Beasley scored 21 points in a victory at Dyckman Park in New York City over Kevin Durant's team, but tq.e headlines were made when the Minnesota Timberwolves forward put his hands on a heckling fan. "Beastley" later shook the fan's hand but he losthis cool at one point when the dude yelled out "you're a bitch Beasley." Security and teammates intervened and broke up the confrontation, no charges were pressed at this time. TitansCB Finnegan Uses Twiner To Defend His Delianure CORTLAND FINNEGAN NASHVILLE, Tenn. -Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan is defending himself on Twitter, saying he left train ing camp to deal with a per sonal matter and is_n't upset With his contract. Finnegan wrote Sunday that he has spoken to coach es and teammates and will resume "all things asked." He says his issue needed attention and he will be back Monday when he will answer all questions "My absence had nothing to do with a holdout yet a personal matter that Titan officials were aware of. I am grateful for being a Titan," Finnegan wrote in one post. I am also thankful my current contract and direc tion of team." Sanders, Sharpe, Faulk, Dent Enter Hall of Fame DEION SANDERS, MARSHALL FAULK, .SHANNON SHARPE AND RICHARD DENT CANTON, OH __:_ Prime Time has come to Canton with an extra touch of gold. And a black do-rag. Deion Sanders strutted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Satur-day night sporting a pair of gold shoes to go with the gold jacket emblematic of the special company he has become a part of. At the end of his riveting acceptance speech, he placed his ubiquitous do-rag on his hall bust. Neon Deion indeed. Sanders joined Marshall Faulk in entering the Hall in their first year of Ex--NBA Plaver Arrested-At Airpon ST. LOu'IS Fo,rmer NBA player Darius Miles was arrested after guards found him trying to take a loaded gun through security at Lambert Airport in St. Louis, a jail offidal said Thursday. Miles, 29, was booked then released and no charges have been filed. Transportation Security spokesman Greg Soule would not con firm that Miles was arrested, but said TSA officials contact ed police after a passenger was discovered with a gun during screening. Miles grew up in East St. Louis, Ill., and now lives in Swansea, Ill., a St. Louis suburb. The 6-f0ot-9 forward was a highly regarded player out of E 'ast St, Louis High School. He was drafted DARIUS MILES straight out of high school No. 3 overall by the Los Angeles Clippers in 2000. He later played for Cleveland Portland and Memphis, where he last played in 2009. He was invited to try out for the Charlotte in 2010, but did n:ot make the team. II}. 446 career games, Miles


Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn De ion Sanders Puts A Do-Rag Ex-c:J:r:;akes On His Hall 01 Fame Bust Aim At Him DEION SANDERS If you know anything about Deion "Prime Time" Sanders, you knew that newly-inducted Hall of Fame cornerback Deion Sanders was going to go about his speech a little differently. The man who may have been the greatest cover cornerback ever in his prime talked with great emotion about his mother, thanked just about everybody. And then, when his speech was done, Sanders looked at his bust and deCided that there was something missing: Prime also got in the line of the evening when he bought up his reputation for being unable/unwilling to tackle: "Since 1989, I've tackled every bill my momma has ever given me." "And for that reason alone, the do-rag should stay on the bust when it sits in the Hall. MasonSiuns Contract With Jets FLORHAM PARK, NJ -Derrick M a s o n thought about going, back to Baltimore. He DERRICK considered Tennessee too There was just something about the New York Jets th. at outweighed everything else. The 37-year-old Mason signed a two-year deal with the Jets, picking them over his previous two teams. He fills .the void created when New York granted Jerricho Cotchery's request to be released. There s also a com fort le v el in coming to New York, since he knows Rex Ryan from their da y s togeth er with the Ravens when the coach was the defensive coor dinator TIGER WOODS While Adam Scott celebrated the biggest victory of his career at the WGCBridgestone Invitational on Sunday, his caddie Steve Williams took a few verbal jabs at his former employer Tiger Woods. New Zealander Williams described Australian Scott's four-shot victory at Firestone Country Club as the "most satisfying" of his career, despite having previously won 13 majors in tandem with Woods. Williams also took issue with the manner of his firing by Woods on July 3, saying the split had been conducted over the phone and not face-to-face as his former employer has said "It' s the most satisfying win I've ever had, there s no two ways about it, Williams told reporters after Scott had clinched his first World Golf Championships (WGC) title with a flawless five-underpar 65 ARE YOU TURNING 65 ... or recently. moved to the area? Now's the perfect time to' ask about your Medicare options. 1: How is Medicare my previous health coverage? What is Original Medicare. and' dol have ottier options? What are Medicare Part$ A,. a : c, and D? How can I get eno'ugh coverage for my health care needs? Will all my prescriptiol)s be covered? How much money wiiUfcost? Now's the perfect time to'be asking about Medicare Advantage Plans, part D arjd: Medicare Supplement Plans. Call today to talk about your Insurance Financial Services On an otherwise gloomy and rainy day, let this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Dam.arius, brighten up your day. This dynamic young lady is always fun to be with and around, but don't thinkfor one minute she doesn't have a serious side. When it comes down to business and a Damarius is very serious, and expects the best from herself and everyone around her. The man in her life has to be very much in touch. with himself and not naive about the real strength a woman has. He also. must be competitive, smart, ambitious,. and highly motivated. Congratulations to Damarius as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. .: Sbaa AtCused 01 ear, Abusing Pol. i :ce ContQcts ,wife s car, using the services :,, ofpolice and state ... :::t:. ,a.ttorneys to Q.elp him threat '": en and plant false evidence : .... on a associate, and even trying mul ,.. ; tiple affairs ; i)lcluding one with a reporter. _Shawn Darling, who .'( "originally filed a lawsuit against in 2010, has filed an ameii'cl.ed complaint SHAQUILLEO'NEM. : 1' that Q 'Neal inflict-' '. ed distress and Shaquille O'Neal',srlegai ;.1, invasion of against troubles are contitming wiili .' him. DarHng became a shocking new lawsuit. : .,' friends with the basketball In the tiling-the fiJ,med. in 2oo7)ind claims the bailer is accused of pla.'nting : friendship c0 ,ntinued until c en -1 CD 1\) 0 ..... ..... ., r 0 :!! en m z ::! z m r m c:: r r z "'tt c m c en ::::t m c m < m -1 c m en c l> z 0 1 ., :!! c 1 \ ', a tracking device on his 2009. c=;


..... Funerai/Memoriams a; len :::J (.!) :::J < >"' C::( e en w :::J 1-Everett-Derr &Anderson MR. CHARLIE 'OODIE' DANIELS, JR. A homegoing service for Mr. Charlie "Oodie" Daniels, Jr. of 8307 Allamanda Avenue, who passed away July 31, 2011, will be held Friday morning, August 12, 2011, at 11 a. m. from Greater Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 2628 E. 27th Avenue, with the Rev. Dr. W. J. Haynes, Pastor, and Rev. John D. Anderson, Jr., Pastor of New Testament Missionary Baptist Church, Thonotosassa, FL, offi-ciating. ..... Mr. Charlie "Oodie" e Daniels, Jr., was born in a: Tampa, on July 25, 1930, to the U.. late Charlie Daniels, Sr. and e Clarice Monroe. Z He attended the public < schools of Hillsborough County, where he was a gradue ate of Middleton High School, en class of 1949 W He was a retired Korean :::J War veteran and also a retiree 1-of the Prospect Group, Inc. at > Tampa International Airport. ffi Mr. Daniels was preceded in > death by: 3 sisters, Betty Baker, W Ollie Sue Dandridge and Ale therie "Peter" Pendergrass; and W also 1 stepson, Charment ::1: "Gizzy" Buard. en He is survived by: his wife, :J Dorothy "Kitty" Daniels; 2 sons, m Charlie Daniels, III (Debra), and Mark Winston Daniels; dez voted daughter, Tan1my Daniels j:: (Ruben); 3 devoted stepsons, w Keith Austin, Charles T. Gibson ..J and. Polete "Pasquali" Buard ..J (Georgia), all of Tampa; 3 :::J grandsons, Charlie Daniels, IV, Michael "M. C. Reed and w Ruben Jenkins, II; lovingz granddaughter, Railynda V. j:: Jenkins; 2 great granddaughz ters, Jessica and Erin Daniels; W great grandson, Charlie en Daniels, V; 2 nieces, Alexis < "Beth" Baker and Kathy Dane dridge; nephew, Luther Pratt; a: devoted cousins, JoAnn Pearg son, Zeke Gwen Brown, u.. Acheleese Stewart, Ronnie, Donnie, Derrel and Andre Stewart, Rhonda Williams, Cynthia Pittman and Venola Lynwood; brother-in-law, Freddie Rawls; 3 devoted goddaughters, Denitra Britt, Yolanda Devine and Ann Devine; other devoted family, Krista Creech (Jason); very dear and special friends that were with him and devoted to him until the end, Priscilla Minnie Gadsden, Paul "Dad" Moore and Willie "California" Drew; special acknowledgements to the Hospice Indigo Team and other relatives and friends. The viewing for Mr. Charlie "Oodie" Daniels, Jr. will be Thursday, August 11, 2011, from 5-7 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church Fri::;! day morning, August 12, 2011, W at 10:30 a. m. (.!) "EVERETT-DERR <( &ANDERSON Q. FUNERAL HOME" MEMORIAl SERVICE MRS. GWENDOLYN JOHNSON BOSTICK A memorial service for Mrs. Gwendolyn Johnson Bostick, who passed away August 2, 2011, will be held at Mt. Olive AME Church, 1902 W. LaSalle St., Rev. GregoryV. Gay, Pastor, on Saturday, August 13, 2011, at 11a.m. IN lOVING MEMORY SHIRLEY WILLIAMS WALLER Ma, a year ago yesterday on August 8, 2010, you went home to be with Jesus .and loved ones. And 2 months and 14 days later, Aunt Dee joined you. I know now you both are finally at peace and you're happy. Family and friends hearts were broken as well as our spirit. I've. been praying that Jesus will heal us all and put some balm on our spirits, so that we all can heal in a healthy, godly way. Love you both: Linda and Clyde; and the rest of your kids, grands, great grands, sisters, brother, nieces and nephews; friends, Mary Johnson, Jessie Jones and Maxine; and many more. A special thank you to Michale Jones and wife, Rose. I love you both for caring and being there for me. Again, thank you. Let our 1iunily take care of)':>Ur fiunily "'VVe are the key to a fine and quality service" CORRECTION MR. ELMORE ALFONZO SIMS, JR. We, the family of Mr. Elmore Alfonzo Sims, Jr., apologize for the following names being omitted from the funeral notice. We apologize to: Pearlie Mae Proctor (James), Gregory Jones, Gordon Jones (Yvonne), Gail Jones (Claudette), Robert Johnson (Joy), Alphonso Thomas (Shirely), Sylister Williams and Keith Williams. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Excel Hollowings, Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Elden Clay, Tampa. Mrs. Maomi Jones, Tampa. EVERffi-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Charlie Daniels, Jr. GUDES FUNERAL HOME Ms. Elizabeth Bostick, Ocala. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mr. James Curry, Tampa. Mrs. Evelyn Sanchez, Tampa. Mrs. April Sanders, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Gwendolyn Bostick, Tampa. Mr. Daniel Mitchell, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. LySandra Lafayette, Tampa. Mr. Hugh Anthony Myrie, Sr., Holiday, FL. w ....... FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com Local Retired Nursing Assistant Dies After Illness A retired member of the nursing profession died on Sunday, July 31. She was 67years-old. Mrs. Barbara Leeks Sherfield suffered from com plications from diabetes. She passed at the Melech Hospice House, 11125 North 52nd Street. A Tampa native; Mrs. Sherfield attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. She graduated from Middleton High School in 1962. After graduation, she en tered the workforce as a Nurs ing Assistant. During her career, Mrs Shei-field worked at several facilities throughout Hillsbor ough County including the Lily White Hospital. She was a lifelong member of Brown Memorial Church of God in Christ, founded by her grandfather the late Rev. J. B. Brown, her cousin, Bishop Matthew Williams said. "She was one ofthe moth ers of the church and she was very, very active in the church She was known for her work in National the church," he said. Mrs. Sherfield met and married the late Rev. Sylvester Sherfield, and to that union 3 children, Sylvester, Jr., Zanovia Jenkins, and Tiffany Sherfield, were born. Rev. Sherfield passed two years ago. In addition to her children and Bishop Williams, Mrs. Sherfield is survived by her grandchildren, stepchildren, several other family members, friends and church members. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921; or emailed at iholton@flsentinel.com. Obama Mourns 31 u. s. Troops Killed In Afghan Crash WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama is mourning the deaths of 31 U. S. special operations troops in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. He says it's a reminder of the "extraordinary sacrifices" being made by America's military and its families. An American official says the helicopter appears to have been shot dovm Satur-day in eastern Afghanistan in the deadliest single combat incident of the decade-long war. Pres. Obama learned of the deaths while at Camp David. In a written statement, he says Americans' thoughts and prayers go out to the families of those who perished. He also mourned the loss of seven Afghan soldiers killed in the crash. Fox News Website Calls Pres. Obama's Birthdav Partv A "Hip-Hop BBQ" Fox News, who has a history of taunting President Barack Obama, were back to their old tricks when FoxNews.com affil iate site The Fox Nation pub lished an article on Friday, calling Pres. Obama's 50th birthday celebration a "Hip-Hop BBQ" and stating thatthe event "Didn't Create Jobs." "Obama's Hip-Hop BBQ Didn't Create Jobs," read the headline on an article on The Fox Nation, a conse rvative arm of FoxNews.com, which is owned by the News Corporation Below the headline were photos of Pres. Obama and, sepa rately, three black celebrities who attended the party, the bas..: ketball player Charles Barkley, the comedian Chris Rock and the rapper Jay-Z. Not pictured were any atten dees of other racial back grounds like the actor Tom Hanks or Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago. The article, published Friday morning, generated more than 2,000 comments and substan tial objections from people who found it to be inaccurate at best and racist at worst.


Crime. Judge Will Not Delav Kevin's White Trial Last Wednesday, a federal judge said no to a request by former Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin White and his co-defendant, George Hondrellis, to move their September 26th trial to a later date. White and Hondrellis face charges including bribery and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud. White is also charged with lying to an FBI agent. Authorities have said White solicited bribes from Hondrellis, who owns a towing company, in exchange for help in getting GEORGE HONDRELLIS his company on a list used by law enforcement agencies. White is the former chairman of the county's Public Transportation Commission. The motion to delay the trial was made by Hondrellis' attorney, but White later join-ed the request. The request was made by the defense teams who said they were having technical challenges in downloading 169 tapes that investigators said support their charges against both men. Suspect Arrested In Murder Investigation RAY HENDERSON ST. PETERRSBURG On July 5 2011, St. Petersburg Police officers were called to 2780 1st Avenue, North after a man's body was found inside an apartment. Bryan Francis Happe, 52, had been stabbed several times. Last Thursday detectives arrested Happe's neighbor Ray Henderson, 53, in connection with the murder. His arrested was based on DNA evidence found at the crime scene. Detectives said Henderson later said he entered the apartment with the intention of committing a robbery to get money for drugs. Henderson is being held on a charge of first degree murder. ofOur Commun ity Speaki ng for1tselj' (813) 248-1921 Tampa Man Charged With Child Abuse SALAAM ALFAYIZ Last Wednesday, Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies arrested a man who reportedly abused a !-year old child in his care. Deputies said Salaam Muhammad Alfayiz, 32, allegedly got angry when the child would not go to sleep, and according to a witness, grabbed the child and slapped it several times in the face and buttocks, bruis ing the left side of the tod dler's face. Deputies reported that Alfayiz then picked the child up several times, slam ming the child onto the bed with force. Alfayiz, who is a customer service representative fo r Sweetbay, was charged with child abuse and is being held without bail. No information was released as to whether the child was hospitalized. MiSSiSSiPPi Man Who Killed 'Crooked' Cop Released from Prison MISSISSIPPI -Cory Maye, a Mississippi man imprisoned for the shooting death ofa cop who he believed was a home invad er, has been released after 10 years in prison. Maye, now 30, was welcomed home by friends, family and the lawyers who represented him. Maye was arrested in 2001 and pled not guilty in the shooting, at the time claiming self defense. Maye claims he thought the men breaking into his home were robbers. Instead they were police serving a warrant obtained on false information. In 2004, Maye was convicted of capital murder. Initially given the death penalty, Maye's case took a turn for the better when a new judge threw out the capitol murder charge and l e t Maye plead guilty to manslaughte r Ma ye wa s r e l ea se d on tim e serve d earlier thi s week. Pursuit Ends With Arrest 01 Two Men TORRANCE SHEPARD Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies report that early Saturday morning, a deputies spotted two men leaving a business complex near Highway 301 and Palm River road with an air conditioner unit loaded in the back of their vehicle. Deputies called for other units to surround the suspect vehicle. An unmarked patrol vehicle followed the suspect vehicle to State Road 6o and Falkenburg Road where more units converged and conducted a traffic stop. The suspect vehicle was surrounded when deputies said the driver .rammed one of the unmarked cars to ere-ANGEL CRUZ ate an exit point. A pursuit was initiated that lasted for several miles until the sus pect lost control of his ., cle and rolled over onto the 5 embankment. The driver :!! and passenger were arrest-ed, and neither was injured en Torrance Shepard, 21, m was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforce-z ment offiCer, aggravated fleeing to elude, grand theft m and driving with a suspend-C: red license ; He is being held r-on $36,250 bond. The passenger, Angel z Cruz, 24, was charged with ., grand theft of the air condi-i tioning unit and his bond is rset at $6,ooo. en ::t m c m < m UNCLE SANDY -t c: m en c Don't be surprised if 9, 14, 19,. 22 all you've ever wished for 25, 28, 30, 33 is granted to you_ on the condition 38, 44, 49, 50 you make a sacrifice 54, 58, 59, 61 WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 TIIDPa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scon St. The h1nng o f a la':.;er s 3" rmw:3nt de:1 s en that should net be based solely upon ad\ ert,seme"ts Before you decide ask S tc sena, ow FREE :;nttenm!ormat,on about qua 1 f rcat10ns a n o ex per ence: )> z c ., :!! c


c a: u.. c z c( c UJ w :: ..... f!: w > w c w l: UJ :J m :: D.. z i= w ..J ..J :: m ..J w z i= z w UJ i!i a: 0 ..J u.. I .. I 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 9:0Q A.M., August 26, 2011, at the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa, to hear the allowing requests Copies of the applications department reports and legal descriptions are available for publ i c inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Comm i ssioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must subm i t same to the Hearing Maste r at the public hearing before him/her. The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed w ith the Clerk within fitteen(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 MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND F,OR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 11-0561-TNC, John B Hickey Bond Auto Sales requesting a Variance to Hillsborough Distr i ct and front setback and parking for property located at 7012 W. Hillsborough Ave., zoned CG. Petition VAR 11-0584-BR, Jatar Inc. requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 787-791 W Lumsden Rd., zoned PD (810234). Petition VAR 11-Q587-CW, Malcolm J & Linda D LeBla n c a Variance to setbacks for property located at 13722 Country Court Dr., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 11-Q639-BR, Woodberry Properties LLC requesti n g a Variance to setbacks for property located at 1 0306 Woodberry Rd. zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 11-0644-CW, Jose L. Delgado & Midiala V. Luis requesting a Variance to setbacks for property located at 3208 Fox Lake Dr zoned PD (73-0197) Petition VAR 11-0645-NWH,Tampa Bay Downs Inc. requesting a Sign Variance for property located at SE cor of Linebaugh Ave. & Race Track Rd., zoned PD (90-0198). Petition VAR 11-0646-KO, Hillsborough County requesting a Variance to Rural Scenic Corridor Keystone-Odessa Rural Development Standards and setbacks for property located at 7008 Lutz Lake Fern Rd., zoned AR I AS-1. Petition VAR 11-0647-TH, SCI Funeral Services of FL Inc requesting a Variance to allow third ERG on septic for property located at 11 o'o5 N US Hwy. 301, zoned AR I PD (89-0001 ) Request for Proposals Tampa Heights Local Historic District Disposition of 4 Historic Houses The City of Tampa ("City ) gives notice pursuant to Part Ill Chapter 163 Flor i da Statutes of the req. uest for proposals for the purchase of four (4) historic houses being sold on an "As Is" basis with i n the Tampa Heights Local Historic District and Buyers Representatives honored The houses are currently l ocated at 408 East Robles Street, 2904 N. Jefferson Street, 2 907 North Jefferson Street and 2915 North Jefferson Street (collectively the "houses"). The Proposer i s required to pay for the houses, submit an earnest money deposit equaling 5 % of the proposed purchase price along with a completed Land Sales Agreement and Project Proposal Form The earnest money deposit will only be processed if the City approves the proposal for the purchase of the historic house Upon accept ance of the Proposal by ttie City and approval by Tampa City Council the Proposer shall be required to pay the balance of the purchase price as outlined in the Land Sales Agreement and complete the rehabilitation of the house(s) in accordance with the approved s i te plan and the Secretary of the Interior Standards for Rehabilitation and Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings. Interested parties are encouraged to subm i t proposals that are consistent with the local historic district all approved plans, applicable laws, ordinances and regulations governing the location. All Proposers must submit the City of Tampa Project Proposal Form earnest money deposit and a signed Land Sales Agreement w ithi n 30 days or no later than Friday. September 16. 2011. 4:00 p m to the City of Tampa Purchas ing Department, 306 E. Jackson Street-2E Tampa, Florida 33602 Mark the outside of the sealed envelope "RFP Disposition of 4 Historic Houses -Tampa Heights Local Historic District". To obtain a C i ty of Tampa Project Proposal Form, proposed Land Sales Agreement and other information applicable to the Project, you may access the City website at www tampagov.net/dept real estate/. If a Proposer would like a Proposal package to be sent via U .S. mail, the Proposer should send an e mail to Wanda Thompson@tampagov.net or contact the Real Estate Division by calling (813) 274-8915 Prev i ews of the houses will only be conducted on Wednesday. August 24,2011 between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon so that all interested parties may tour the properties. Be sure to check the City s Real Estate Division website for any updates. In selecting a proposal, the City is not bound to make the award on the basis of the highest monetary offer. It is the City's goal to strengthen the miss ion and stability of residential community The City reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals, either in whole or in part, with or without cause, waive any informality of any proposals, cancel this request for prop osals, and to make the award in the best interest of the City subject to City Council approval. Keyboardist Wanted For East Tampa 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 Always A Lady Full Services Salon & .Spa Brand New, Upscale And Spacious Booths Available Reduced Rent All Beauty Professionals Needed Call Today (813)


-t c: m II LEGAL NOTICE II II EMPLOYMENT II > IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION CASE NO: 509617 DIVISION: C UCN: 1Q-470 IN THE INTEREST OF: CHILDS, NEVEAH DOB: 07/17/2009 MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PRpCEEDINGS 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 persona!IY 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 GET NOTICED ... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora @ (813} 248-1 Fax To: (813} 248-9218 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com David Nelson Construction Co. is soliciting bids fromWBE/MBE subcontractors for a project we are bidding to Hillsborough County "Golf and Sea Pump Stations, 1 & 2 Conversion to Gravity Sewer" bidding on 8/16/11 @9:00a.m. Subcontractors are asked to have their quotes in to us as early as possible, prior to bid time (Fax: (727) 786-8894). Drawings and specifications can be reviewed at David Nelson Construction Co., located at 3483 Alternate 19, Palm Harbor, FL 34683, and also at the F .W. Dodge and Construction Market Data locations throughout the Tampa Bay Area, or purchased from/through DemandStar/Onvia. David Nelson Construction Co. is soliciting bids from WBE/MBE subcontractors for two projects we are bidding to the City of Tampa : "22nd Street Enhancement Project 23rd Avenue to Lake Avenue", 11-C-00013 and 43rd Street Pumping Station Odor Control Replacement", \ 11-C-0043, both bidding on 8/16/2011 Subcontractors are asked to have their quotes in to us as early as possible prior to bid time (Fax: (727) 786-8894). Drawings and specifications can be reviewed at David Nelson Construction Co., located at 3483 Alternate 19, Palm Harbor, FL 34683, and also at the F.W. Dodge and Construction Market Data locations throughout the Tampa Bay Area, or downloaded from the City of Tampa website. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID {ITB) NO. B-003-11 EASTPORT MITIGATION-PROJECT N0.11-00709 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors for environmental mitigation improvements of approximately 17 acres. Work includes, but is not limited to, clearing/grubbing; excavation; waterside (marine) filling; riprap groin construction; grading; erosion/sediment control; environmental protection; environmental planting; turbidity curtain installation and maintenance' environmental protection; turbidity testing; and sediment rehabilitation. A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held Monday, August 15, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. in the first floor TPA Board Room, 1101 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL 33602 Prospective bidders are required to attend Sealed bids are due by Thursday, September 8, 2011 at 1 :00 p.m., at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. The ITB is available through a link on the TPA's website (www.tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www demandstar.com). Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101, Channel side Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602. Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB. TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation. TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids. Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey, TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044, by email at dcasey@tampaport.com, or by fax at (813) 905-5050. Pizzazz Beauty Salon 2908 N. 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