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. Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c( c -cc: 0 ....I LL. SEE PAGE 13 VOL. 67 NO.3 TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 2011 24 PAGES 75 AnotherTPD EIPiovee Involved In Gun case SEE PAGE 2 -Mavor Launches Proura1 To Clean Up Neighborhoods SEE PAGE 2 SEE PAGE 3 GIRLS RAISED IN THE SOUTH SPONSORS GUYS CHICKEN WING COOK-OFF Girls Raised In The South (GRITS) held their "Ultimate Guys Chicken Wing Cook-off and House Party" at Club Nou veau. Proceeds from this fund raiser will be used for the organization's Youth Mentoring Program and for their community events. Members of the organization in front are shown with the guys who participated in the cook-off. From left are: Donna Douglas, Kathryn Merritt Sheila Russ, CaSandra Washington, Patricia Williams and Marilyn Washington. Guys behind them are: Vincent Samuel, Addison Grayson, Danny Green Rodrick Washington, Don Lee, Tony Hunter, Archie Williams, Curtis Garland, Willie Garland and Chris Graves. (Photography by BRUNSON)


,... Mavor Kicks OH Operation WIN Program (/'J <.:l < BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, Tampa c Mayor Bob Buckhorn ffi launched a program that will serve to clean up neighbor.,_ hoods with the assistance of c individuals ordered to com plete community service hours. Known as Operation WIN the program kicked off Saturda y in Southeast Semi nole Heights Mayor Buckhorn said this is the first time the pro gram has been implemented It will concentrate on the inner city. On Saturday the clean up took place at 4405 North 10th Street, between Chelsea and Emma Streets "We are partnering with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and the Salvation Army. We are tackling code enforcement violations by cleaning alleys, rights of ways, abandoned properties, and MAYORBOBBUCKHORN foreclosed properties where people are illegally dumping garbage, furniture and other trash. We are going to do this once a month and it will help improve the neighborhoods and will give those who have a debt to pay to society to pay it in a productive way," Mayor Buckhorn said. The program is being oper ated through the City of Tampa Code Enforcement The program will focus on a different neighborhood each month. The neighborhood groups will also take an active role in the operation. WIN is an acronym for Working in Neighborhoods. It is slated to improve the quality of life for residents throughout the city and ties in with Mayor Buckhorn's plan to build strong neighbor hoods Mayor Buckhorn further stated that the Environ mental Detective position in East Tampa is still operational The position, currently held by Detective Jason DeGagne, concentrates on enforcing ille gal dumping laws. Anyone wishing to obtain more information about the program can contact Code En forcement and Tax Director Jake Slater at (274-8380, or via email atjake.slater@tamp gov.net. a: LL 0 z < Plans Underwav For 2012 MlK Parade The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ParadeTampa, welC comes your participation in ffi the 24th Annual Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade on .... > Monday, January 16, 2012 a: The Tampa parade has w > continued to grow and im-W prove in quality and content ffi since its inception The 2012 :::1: parade will again move down (/'J ::J the east Tampa route on Dr. III Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Entries are limited, so z please note the application j:: deadline date and submit your application with required atS tachments, as early as passim ble. Entry deadline is ..J w z j:: z w (/'J < c FRANK BELL November 2, 2011. Applica tions are available on the pa rade website www. mlkjrnarade com a: 0 ..J LL News Alert : The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care .. Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recov

Features C! Congresswoman Rallies Communitv To Save E. Tampa Post OHice BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, Patrick Donahoe, Postmaster Gen eral for the U. S. Postal Serv ice, announced possible closures of more than 3, 700 post offices in the country. Among those on the list for study was the Produce Station at 2810 E. Hillsborough Avenue. It is the only post office in Hillsborough County on the list. There are 15 others in Florida that will undergo a feasibility study. On Monday, U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor hosted a strategy meeting at the Cyrus Greene Commu nity Complex to discuss ways to save the Produce Station. It is the only post office in the East Tampa community. Postal Union Representa tive Alan Peacock made one of the most significant points during the meeting. The post office is currently under a mandate to pay $55 billion over the next 10 years in pre paid employee benefits. "That mandate has not been put on any other organization, government or private, in the country. If we can reverse this, that would put more money into the post office," Peacock said He further stated that there is currently Bill1351 to reverse that mandate. Bill1351 currently has 181 supporters. Senator Joyner said, That sounds like it was pre meditated for the death of the post office, then privatize it. What bothers me is that you're the only ones," she said. The elected officials in at tendance, Rep. Betty Reed, Councilman Frank Reddick, Senator Joyner and Congresswoman Castor agreed to address the issue and rally support for Bill1351 among their elected peers. County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., was unable to at tend due to a conflict in sched uling. Another topic of discus sion was the number of busi nesses in the immediate area, as well as new businesses moving into the area. Ed Johnson, Manager of East Tampa Redevelopment and Santiago Corrada, Chief of Staff for the City of Tampa said they would work with the officials to contact the busi nesses and request that they further utilize the services of fered by the Produce Station. Congresswoman Castor said that post office cur rently has 2,064 boxes with 1,666 being rented at $23 for 6 months. She encouraged other businesses to take ad vantage of the rentals. She also pointed out that 35 em ployees would lose their jobs or be relocated to another post office if the location is closed. "We learned today that we are going to rally to keep the post office open. We must be proactive and encourage the community to continue to use it to keep it open." Councilman Reddick stated that he has three boxes at the post office. He visits it five days a week and it is al ways crowded. Rev. Thomas Scott stated that he uses the post of fice and that it s always crowded. He also pointed out that it is in walking distance for many people and that many senior citizens take ad vantage of its location, espe cially at the first of the month. Mrs. Joan Dawson, who has started a petition drive to keep the location open said she feels it serves the peo ple of the community and should remain open. Ms. Yvette Lewis, of the NAACP said there is always a line in the post office when she goes to take care of her busi ness. Ms. Sonja Bexley said there are not enough people working at the window to take care of the customers. Ms. Enola Rice and Paul Bernicchi, U. S. Post Office employees said that no action would be taken until the completion of the study. They also said that if a deci sion is made to close that loca tion, the members of the community would have an op portunity to voice their con cerns at a public meeting. Rev. Thomas Scott pointed out that several years ago, the Postal Service had planned to close the MacDill Post Office. However, proac tive community support pre vented that closure from happening. Also attending were: Rev. Charles McKenzie, Willie Felton, co-owner of the Mid town businessman, (the Mid town Post Office in St. Petersburg is also slated to close), Ms. Rebecca McGowin, Evan St. Ives, Jerry Balloon, Ms. Andrea White, Sol Davis, Sr., Ron Bradford, Ms. Lalita Lovett, Cedric McCray, Irving Ward, Ms. Ethel Ward, Don Lee, Ms. Mary A. Green, Aaron Smith, Herman Monroe, Ms. Mary Darby, and Ms. Debbie Shannon. 0 A Tale 01 Two Brothers )> c: BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer It happens all too often Siblings grow up in the same house; same rules, same ex pectations. Somehow the roads they travel turn out ex tremely different. Case in point: the sons of Pamela Bass. One took the road less traveled; the other took a path that has him stopped at a roadblock. Their mother is telling their story to bring attention to the chal lenges many parents face and the limited options they feel they have. Summer was nearly over when Bass packed up her car and headed to Atlanta with her 18-year-old son, Eric. Their destination was More house College. Eric is a grad uate of Hillsborough High School and was once a part of its International Baccalaure ate Program. He played foot ball and even got 27 out of 30 on the A.C.T. That was enough to earn him a partial academic college scholarship "I used to call Eric arrogant because he thought so highly of himself," Bass says; "He had a high confidence about him. By the time he got Pamela Bass and son, EJ. to 11th grade he was already dressing like a Morehouse man; tie, button down shirt, the works. When we got to Morehouse I looked around and saw parents dropping their kids off driving Lexus and BMWs and I thought 'Eric, I don't know if you be long here. We don t have it like this. He looked at me as if to say 'This is just where I belong.'" Bass didn't stay in Atlanta long. The former teenage mother and divorced single parent had to make her way back to Tampa where she has two other sons to attend to. There's Ruben, a 13year-old 8th grader at Progress Village Magnet School. "We call him Nate. He's my computer geek;" and, there's Edjarick (E. J.), a 17-year-old whose pas sion is basketball. His lists of accomplishments include not Eric arrived at Morehouse College last week. only playing for Hillsborough High, but for the AAU's (Am ateur Athletic Union) travel ing basketball team, where his playing abilities caught the eyes of both N. B. A. and college scouts. "EJ has A.D.H.D. (Atten tion Deficit Hypertension Disorder), but he's smart," Bass says. "Believe it or not, he's smarter than Eric. He never has to study. He just sits down and he gets it." C) c: en -f Cot) 9 1'1.) 0 ..... ..... Things seemed to be on track for the family. They'd come a long way since their early years at the College Hill ;!! Projects off 22nd and Lake. 0 One son was off to college, ::0 the younger two were well on 6 their way. Then, everything : changed. m In Friday's issue: A Tale !j of'I\\ro Brothers, Part II. z One brother fulfills his p:! lifelong dream, the other m waits injail,fighting prison. C: Read how it happened. J= z "'D The Head Start Program c: m r en :::t m 0 is now enrolling County new applicants into their child care program! In acx:ordance with the Amerk:ans with Disabilities Pd. this ageoc.y does not disaimlnate 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 income Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental 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 8011114 ol 0.U.I.I4/tNuH4 m < m -f c: m en 0 ?< )> z 0 :!:! 0 ?<


-ii Editorials/Columns t; :::: :::: c( >;' ic( c en w :::: t-c a: LL c z 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) 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) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAVES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-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. Tampa General Hospital To Cut Minoritv Business Manager Position o ften we find ourselves wondering, "What next?" c After celebrating Minority Business Enterprise Deen velopment Week (MED Week) just last week, we've w :::: learned Tampa General Hospital (TGH) is planning to cut 1-its Minority Business Relations Manager Position as a socalled "cost-cutting measure." W To us that's like cutting off your toes as a cost-cutting iii measure for your foot. Nevertheless, in a terse report to c the Hillsborough County Hospital Authority, TGH offiW cials announced "the big toe would have to go." :::1: en The announcement however, was not well-received by :J m :::: a. z ...J ...J :::: m ...J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL everyone. Hospital Authority Board members, Eddie Adams, County Commissioner Les Miller and Tampa Housing Authority CEO Jerome Ryans immediately took issue and offense to the pending travesty. Why, they argued, would TGH get rid of its Minority Business Relations Manager position when the hospital's record of utilizing Black businesses is both tragic and almost nonexistent? The Hospital Authority oversees TGH's indigent care and Minority Business Enterprise Program. Tampa General sits on county-owned land. Consequently, Eddie Adams, Les Miller and Jerome Ryans had every right to be professionally and personally upset. We citizens of Hillsborough County should be upset, too. Kudos to Adams, Miller and Ryans, the Hospital Authority's "Responsible Three." And a reminder to TGH: This is the 21st century. We will not allow you to return to the 1950s. A Black Governor In MiSSiSSiPPi A n oxymoron is a literary device, which connects two opposite items to make a new item: a hybrid. Think about things like "icy-hot," "bitter-sweet," or "a Black governor in Mississippi!" Some people would argue, "Anywhere, but Mississippi!" That state whose race-history reminds many of the pock-marked surface of the moon, once inspired the late lyricist Nina Simone to compose and record a biting melody about that place. She called it "Mississippi Godm!" And she said she meant .every word of it. But others would argue, Mississippi is not all bad. Isn't Mississippi the cradle of the Blues? Doesn't the immortal B. B. King come from there? And here lately, isn't Johnny DuPree possibly about to become the first Black major party candidate to be governor of that river-named-state o::t since Reconstruction? To all such questions, the answer w is "Yes," "but ... C!J The FBI is still investigating a cold-blooded hit and run murder that left an innocent Black man mangled by a .Mr. President, End The Wars! The month of September is being built up to be an exciting month in the history of the United States. It is also supposed to be a life changing month. It starts because everybody in sight finally has a job-creating plan that they will introduce in September. The President of the United States, Barack Obama, will announce a plan, the Congressional Black Caucus has a plan, the Repub licans have a plan and even the flip-flopping Monday morning quarterback, Mitch Romney has one. Add to that the fact that almost everybody is looking for a plan to reduce the nation's deficit. The President has prom ised to put everything on the table in an effort to come up with a debt reduction plan. By T here is some interesting information on the 761st Tank Battalion, of which only eight veterans are still alive. That these men served the United States military during an era of Jim Crow, segrega tion, and widespread racism is admirable. Not only did these soldiers serve in segregated units, but they also operated in an at mosphere of"reluctance to uti lize Black combat forces abroad," "problems of morale," and their competence was overlooked. Black soldiers experienced attacks, and murders by citi zens of Southern communities near their military posts. According to the Negro Almanac, "Gen. George S. Patton found the all-Black 761st Tank Battalion worthy of fighting in his select com pany." Reportedly, Patton told the troops, "I would never have asked for you, if you weren't good." Indeed, mem bers of the 761st were known everything he means, domes tic spending, defense spend ing, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, reforming the tax codes, closing tax loopholes and ending special tax breaks for the oil industries. All of that is fine, Mr. President as long as no seri ous damage is done to the big three of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. I've got one more thing you need to put on the table, Mr. President and that is ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. First, I ask you Mr. Obama, why are we still fighting in those two coun tries? Do you know? Does anybody know? Mr. President you are a student of his tory. History tells you nobody wins in Afghanistan, and the United States isn't the only country to try. as the "Black Panthers," after their unit's distinctive insignia. Constituted on March 15, 1942, the 761st trained at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana and at Ft. Hood, Texas. Sol diers were trained in operating and maintaining Ms Stuart light-tanks and in M4 Sher man medium tanks with 37 and 75mm main guns, as well as .30 and .so caliber machine guns. Jackie Robinson was a 1st Lieutenant in the 761st be fore he was transferred to the 758th Tank Battaiion. After training, the unit was rated as "superior" and "combat-ready" by none other than the com mander of the U. S. Second Army. It was then deployed to England and to Omaha Beach, France where the unit was as signed to General George Patton's U. S. Third Army. Interestingly, Patton admit ted believing "that a colored soldier cannot think fast enough to fight in armor." The Fighting 761st traveled I have seen and heard the war in Afghanistan costing the United States $2 billion a week. Imagine how many jobs can be created in the United States with $2 billion a week. The United States can take that money and create jobs repairing government owned infrastructures all over the nation. In view of these facts, I say Mr. President, do not only put these wars on the table, please end them. By ending the wars, you can save money and save lives at the same time. Take the money saved from fighting the two wars, the money from ending tax loopholes for big corpora tions, the additional money from making the big wage earners pay their fair share of income taxes and we could re duce the deficit to a more manageable level in a decade. Mr. President, put all of these things on the table and force the Republicans to come along or force them to hang themselves by failing to come along. Whatever you do Mr. President, end the wars. It's been ten years. from France to Belgium, then onward to Germany and Aus tria, participating in combat missions that included the sur render of Germany in Austria and the German defeat at the Battle ofthe Bulge. Enduring 183 days of con.tinuous operational deploy ment, the so-called Black Panthers cleared "the way for the entry of the U. S. 4th Ar mored Division into Germany during an action that broke the once-thought-impregnable Siegfried Line. One of the first American units to reach the SteyrRiver in Austria, the 761st also liber ated the concentration camp of Gunskirchen, in 1945, and saw first-hand tl}e Nazis' gruesome secret. Members of the 761st unit earned 11 Silver Stars, 69 Bronze Stars, and Campaign Streamers, as well as awards from Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace, France, Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg, Germany and Austria. In 1978, President Jimmy Carter presented surviving veterans of the 761st with a long-delayed Presiden tial Unit Citation for its World War Two service. Today, a monument stands at Ft. Hood, Texas as a permanent tribute to the soldiers of the 761st. The unit was deactivated in March, 1955. Harambee! pickup truck driven by two white teenagers out for an eveningjoy-ride, Mississippi-style. The reverberation of such terror instantly revives the names of three Civil Rights workers, Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner, in Mississippi. Others also lost their lives for liberty in a state compared to Hell itself. Yet, that state, which Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. talked about in his "I Have A Dream" speech, is painfully, inexorably moving on. Maybe, we should move on, too. But the idea of oxymorons and the memory of Nina Simone's melody are haunting. Johnny Dupree, do be careful.


fictures From The Fast _H_o_ro_s_c_o"'--e_s/___,;;;S;...o_a....&...s _____ ___. rn FAMU grads also attneded the alumni association recpetion. They were (R-L): Lucy Coley, Carolyn Hill, Dorothy Reed and Billy Reed. National and local officers ofF AMU's Alumni Association attended a reception in Tampa, including: Thomas Mitchell, Alumni Affairs Director; Mary White-Darby, Tampa Alumni Membership Chairman; Herman Davis, National Alumni President; and James Green, Jr., Tampa Alumni President. The Fantastic Vocal Aires were a guest group at New Bethel AME Church. The members are: Sandra Arnold, Thomasina Mathis, Patty Brown, Johnny Scott, Tony Hodge, Millard Gill, Darrell Hodge and James Mathis, Business Manager. r Some members ofMt. Sinai AME Zion Church posed for pictures with the Bishop, They are: Lucy Mitchell, Dora Lowe Watson, Bishop Richard Fisher, Valerie Cutler, Freddie Lowe Williams, Cynthia Bass, Aleane Dale and (front) Morenike' Williams. Horoscopes c !< Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -It's harvest time: Bring in the l> crops and set up stores for winter. Take time to notice the land-c: scape. Abundance can be yours. It grows when you act in com-C) Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Your recent education benefits many. Suggest an innovation, and cheer when it works! Con-w tribute to your family. They need something that only you can 9 Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-It's time to get the band back ::: together and put your creative juices in the blender of infinite wisdom. Drink it up and top it off with a home-baked cookie. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You're being called to the bat. Remember that you're part of a team. Take the necessary risks, and add up the homeruns. Keep score. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You may be feeling espe cially sensitive to your spirituality today, to that which moves you and makes your clock tick. Induige that craving. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Find a friend to help you solve a philosophical problem. It's a good time to complete proj ects, deliver communications and take new territory. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Take advantage of the won derful conditions for friendship, partnership and even romance. Keep your chin high, but avoid arrogance, Let folks know what you appreciate about them. Aries (March 21-April19)-Make an emotional appeal for something you care about. You gain more than expected. The end of one thing is the beginning of another. Love prevails. Taurus (Apri12o-May 20)-Advance to the next level. You make it look easy. Take your bearings, and set an enticing goal. It's an excellent time for romance, and offers pour in. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-A beautiful moment unwraps ritself for you today, presenting truth, love and fortune. Later, 0 get moving with lively conversation and physical action. Home :::C Cancer (June 22-July 22) -When this job gets com-en pleted, the space will be left wide open for creativity. Consider m what to paint on this blank canvas. It's easier than you expect. Z Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -A lucky break could come your ::! way today. It's a good time to get the word out. Take charge, and have fun with it. Reconnect with a long-distance friend. Love rwill find a way. Soaps r r-z ""D c:: ALL MY CHILDREN -JR threatens Marissa; Maya con-fides in Angie; Jesse tells Angie they need to talk. Cara tells Tad en she isn't going to her immigration interview; Cara gets an e-mail ::1: from Griffin saying he's gone back to Doctors Without Borders; m Jesse may tell Angie the truth about her baby. Dixie wonders if C Tad's really forgiven her for what she did; "All My Children" ere-ator Agnes Nixon makes a special guest appearance; Marissa m tells JR neither she nor Bianca will be blackmailed by him. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Steffy tries to change Liam's mind about marrying Hope; Hope confronts Steffy about C:: making a play for Liam and warns her to stay away from him; m Brooke tells Ridge that she thinks Hope's not prepared for mar-c riage. Ridge surprises Hope with a trip to Paris to promote her new collection; Steffy confesses to Taylor her frustration about l> Hope and Liam getting engaged; Liam is disappointed when z Hope recommends a potential wedding date. Brooke's sisters C agree to keep their eye on Steffy while Brooke tries to talk Hope into staying in town; Liam confesses his concern about him and ::!:! Hope waiting until they are married to, make love. C DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Taylor's past with Quinn is re-vealed and she worries that it will return to haunt her; Sami has a medical emergency; Vivian makes an emotional plea to recon nect with Quinn; Justin enables Chloe to video conference with Parker. Lexie is unable to get Sami to regain consciousness; Carly has her first therapy session with Dr. Norman (Sydney Penny); the kids all stage an end-of.:-summer blowout by the lake, complicated by T's continuing tension with Sonny. Kate plans to resurrect Countess Wilhelmina Cosmetics; Melanie meets Nicholas and tries to convince him to forgive Carly; Chloe asks Quinn for work, but he informs her he's shutting down the escort service; Daniel has a romantic surprise for Jennifer. GENERAL HOSPITAL-More dreams of Jason; Skye gets a surprise visit; Matt helps Liz in a difficult situation. Sam prays for the wedding to move forward; Kristina's upset with Sonny; Lulu overhears a conversation between Dante and Lucky. Lucky and Lulu have an emotional argument; Carly and Alexis discuss Jax and Sonny; Patrick's ego crosses with Robin. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Blair tries to get Jack to open up about his guilt; Tea ignores a call from Blair and takes a call from Victor; Natalie and Jessica use the return of Kim to rehash their resentment towards each other. Someone is shot in cold blood; Nora asks Bo how he would feel about raising Matthew's child together. Tea makes a devastating discovery; Blair is fran tic when Jack goes missing; Mrs. Evans tells Bo and Nora that she only wants to communicate with their lawyers. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Nick and Ashley search for proof of Adam's guilt; Sharon loses trust when she learns Avery's secret. Tucker takes a hard line with Devon about the music business; Kay and Jack unwittingly set the stage for trou ble at Jabot. Jill and Genevieve clash at Jabot; Neil and Malcolm receive news about Sofia's baby.


All About You! 0 C") .... The Joseph And Williams Familv Reunion (/) :::> :::> < >" <( c (/) w :::> .... c a: LL. c z < c (/) w :::> .... > a: w > w c w :I: (/) :::::i IXl :::> D. MOTHER MINNIE T.JONESAnd MOTHER BRINNE M.LANE z i= w ...J ...J :::> IXl ...J w z Held: August 18, 19, 20, 21, 2011. We had 4 generations gathered to rejoice and celebrate our matriarchs still among us. Praise God from whom all blessings flow! i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...J LL. CD Happy Birthdav BIRD, JR., BIRD, SR.,RETTA And DRETTA Happy 48th birthday, Daddy! Workshop Congresswoman To Host Federal Grants Workshop On Tuesday, August 301h, U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor will host a Federal Grants Workshop. The event will take place at Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 E. Lake Avenue, at w 10a. m For l(ldditional information contact Congresswoman Cas-tor's Office at (813) 871-2817. Preacher Man! RODNEYK. LAUDERDALE Seeking Christian fellow ship. Rodney K. Lauderdale, #41127-048, FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0. Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. 1 Am Mv Brother's Keeper FREEFLOCKA Yes, I am. Yes, I am. I'll ride for you, I'll die for you and if I get caught I'll do the time for you, 'cause you're my thug, 4 way or noway. Happy birthday Justo. We love you.


All About You! I Happy Birthdav, Mom EBONIE, MS. HADDIE, ROSE MARIE, TYCA And CORNELIUS Lane Familv United In love AVONTA, CORA SARA, WILLIE LEE, EDWARD, ALAN, MARTHA And JOE. In Chairs, MOTHER BRINNIE LANE And ROSE MARIE Power Up, Power Up FLOCKA If you know me, you know I'm 100 with it from day 1 till the day that we're gone. Happy birthday to me (Flocka) and my brother, Doolan Williams, a.k.a DaKidd. From, Justo. And We're Still Happv It could've been 10 to 20, so I'm happy with that. You'll be back out here in no time baby boy. And they already know when you touch down it's time to cause make some noise. Happy 19th birthday. Love always, Mama P. SubstTibe Today! "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' Call: (813) 248-1921 Local en New Movie Has Tampa Connection > c: BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter A b y-chance meeting dur ing an airplane trip united All Sports qommunity Services founder Tyrone Keys, and a Tampa-born movie pro ducer Keys was on a plane re turning to Tampa, and sat next to a woman he had ne v er met before. The y began to talk with Keys telling her about his program She got in v olved, and when she got home she told her brother, Charlie Poe. Poe got into movie production four years ago through a friend, Jeff Bayliss. The pair partnered and will be producing a movie di rected by Mario Van Peebles called "Redemption Road." Poe teaches a class called "Focus On Success at Acad emy Prep, and he also talks to the students about the movie industry. They also com p l eted a short film together. Keys said after talking with Poe, he discovered an other connection. "The star of the movie is G) c: en -f w 9 I\) 0 ..... ..... Standing, Michael Clarke Duncan Oeft) and Tyrone Keys. Seated is Labrawn Saffold. Michael Clarke Duncan. A lot of people don't know he tried out for the Chicago Bears while I was there, but decided acting would be his best road to success "We spent a lot of time to gether, and I also got to meet Mario Van Peebles. I found him to be humble, tal ented, and a complete gentle man. "It was really awesome to see Charlie take a dream and bring it to the big screen with such grace and love for others." Poe got his childhood friend, Morgan Simpson, to also appear i n the movie. Poe said he's happy to be a part of All Sports Commu-"T'I nity Services, and has given r them books he's written and is an avid sponsor. He's also c proud to still call Tampa > home. "Redemption Road" z opened Friday in six area the-aters. nn r Ill c: r r nn :::! z ., c: Ill c: en ::c nn c nn < nn The Company You Keep Come Discover How YOU Can Begin A Career At The #1 Company In Tampa Bay! Voted #1 Company To Work For In Tampa Bay St. Petersburg Times Fortune 100 Industry Leader Tuition Reimbursement Comprehensive Benefits Package 401 K & Retirement Plan Unable To Attend? Apply Online At www.nylcareers.com EOE. Drug-Free Workplace New York Life Job Fair Wednesday August 31, 2011 10:00 A.M. -4:00 P.M. Wyndham Hotel 700 N. Westshore Blvd. Tampa, FL Immediate Opportunities Available: Call Center Managers Customer Service/Sales -I.T. -Marketing -f c: nn en c > z c "T'I :!! c


Local 0 M .... CJ) ::;) ::;) < c CJ) w ::;) .... Northview Hills Leader wants Mavor To Speak To Bring Communilv Together At Meeting On Greenspace Initiative BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Mrs. Gloria Taylor has lived in Northview Hills since 1969. She has seen her com munity change a lot over the years, but she's proud to say a lot of the original residents are still there. Mrs. Taylor is the new Northview Hills Civic Associ ation President, taking over for City Councilman Frank Reddick, who has lived in the community most of his life. Mrs. Taylor said she wants to help her community continue to improve and fur ther unite the residents. "I would also like to see our properties restored to their past glory Renters have GLORIA TAYLOR moved into our community, but they still have to live by the standard we set before they got here. "I think my biggest chal lenge is getting better atten dance at our community meetings so we all will know what's needed to improve our community. We need every one's input to make it hap pen." Church Leadership Development Conference: 1. Pastoring & Developing Ministry for the 21 sf Century 2. CounUhe. Cost of the. Great Commission 3. Ughts, Camera, and Sound Technology 4 ; Encounter Students with A Ministry that Matters 5 Growing up into a Christ-.like Leader 6. Preaching for Life Change and not to Entertain 7. Pastoring with wisdOm through these Financial Parents in to their Mmlstry to Children FQrRegistration and conference scheduling information please All classes will be held in the East Wing of "The Pavilion," new home of the First Baptist Church of Progress Village 8722 Progress Blvd; Tampa FL33619. Dr. Sam.Maxwell, Sr. Senior Teaching Hosting Mrs. Taylor said they are alright with the services they are receiving from the city, but they would like to see the city's Code Enforce ment Office have more pres ence in their neighborhood. "There are some code is sues that need to be dealt with, and you have to be pa tient to a point. We understand it's all a process, but sometimes that process takes longer than we anticipate. "Overall, I think Northview Hills is a great community and can be greater. We're overjoyed that the pool at Williams Park will be restored so our children will have somewhere to swim within walking distance of their homes." Mrs. Taylor said she sees Northview Hills as "a community bound together in unity, aspiring to maintain a family oriented neighbor hood." August 31st-Sept. 1:30 P. M. NightiV BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Wednesday, August 31t, Mayor Bob Buckhorn will be the guest speaker at a meeting to discuss the "Cen tral Tampa Gnienspace Initia tive" (also known as The Green Artery). The Central Tampa Green Artery is a neighborhood based effort to identify, en hance and create trail system to safely connect paths be tween valued greenspaces. Tampa Heights Commu nity leader, Lena YoungGreen, said they've been having roving meetings for al most a year on the proposed project. "When we are finished, we will have visited all of the neighborhoods in the Green Art ery area. Right now, that NEW HARMONY M. B. CHURCH 2811 N. 17th St. Tampa Dr. Aaron Munford, Pastor Guest Preacher: ELDER IRENE WELLS Brooksville -796-5519 (352} 442-0646 MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN ..... guest speaker at Greenspacelndtiative meeting. area goes along McKay Bay; Tampa Bay, Palmetto Beach, Channelside, Downtown, and east to 40th Street. "Each month, we meet with a neighborhood group to let them know more about the project. We've asked each area to identify their assts, and we've charted those as sets." Mrs. Young-Green said the meeting with Mayor Buckhorn is to let him know what the community assets are and what the plans are for those areas. "We're doing a study of each area to determine if it's possible to do this in the des ignated areas. We haven't ini tiated any discussion on what the cost factor is, because we first have to determine if it can be done. "What we envision are bike ways, walk ways, trails, and other amenities along the edges of the river. We're also grateful to have students and professors from the Univer sity of South Florida involved in some of the projects." Mrs. said everyone is aware of the cur rent economic crisis. "Since this.is a long-term project, we hope the economy will rebound and funding will become available." The meeting will be held at the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel, 111 West Fortune Street. It will begin at 7 p. m. and is scheduled to end at 8:1sp. m. Next month's meeting will be with community leaders from the Woodland Terrace area. Suhsc.-ilw


c 20 Years Later: Management, Corporate Woman Feels Court Meet With Belmont Denied Her Justice Heights Estates Residets BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In 1991, Joann Wright was involved in an accident. Her car was struck by a com mercial vehicle, and the driver was cited. Ms. Wright said her lawyer suggested they go to trial for a civil suit. "He warned me that Black people normally don't win these kind of cases." Ms. Wright and her at torney went ahead with the civil suit, and in 1997 she won her day in court. The case was heard and her claim was denied. "Not only was my claim denied, I got a bill for $8,500 JOANN WRIGHT to pay court costs. "I knew I was doomed when my case was presented before an all-white jury. When my attorney requested some diversity on the jury, the judge told him no, the jury would stay as it is." Ms. Wright said she was found by the court to be 70% Supervisor ot Elections OHice Receives Award For Rights Restoration The Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office received an award from the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition in recognition of the office's "invaluable assistance" to residents of Hillsborough County through rights restoration services. As part of an ongoing and comprehensive voter services and outreach, the Hillsbor ough County Supervisor of Elections Office works with several organizations to participate in "Hillsborough Votes," a monthly Civil Rights restoration workshop. At the workshop, the elections office provides guidance and assis tance to citizens seeking to understand and navigate the process towards regaining their right to vote. Craig Latimer, Chief of Staff for the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elec tions Office, called the work shops "an invaluable tool for those who are unsure as to how the new Clemency Board rules apply to them, while also maintaining the integrity of the voting process and voter registration information." The Hillsborough Votes workshops are held at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library from noon to 2 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of every month and are free to the pub lic. The Florida Department of Health Free presents: Fraa The 5th Annual 11A Day of Pampering" for Women Only Saturday, October 15, 2011 8:30am to 3:00pm University Area Community Center Complex (UACCC) This is a FREE Community Event. Registration is required. Seating is limited to 300 pre-registered adults 18 years of age and olderf Workshops Include: Screenings Include: Ask the Doctor Blood Pressure, Glucose/Sugar Healthy Cooking Body Mass Index (BMI) Women & Exercise For more information or to register, Call (813) 307-8015 Ext. 3502 or Visit us at www. hill sco u ntv heal t h .org DEADLINE: September 30, 2011 Special Gift to first 200 women who register FLORIDA DEPARTMENT Of HEALTH HILlSIOIOUGH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT negligent and was awarded only a part of her medical ex penses and lost wages. "Any funds I received were through my own insurance carriers." Ms. Wright said she feels she deserves the opportunity for her case to be heard again "They tried to settle with me twice before the trial, but I was advised to turn it down, because I deserved more They offered me $25,000 first, then increased it to $45,000. Neither figure came close to paying for my medical expenses, lost wages, and the replacement of my car." Ms. Wright said she's not sure if she can get her case back into court, but she is willing to go as long as it takes until she's in court again. "I feel I was the victim, but after the trial, they made the other guy look like the victim. I ended up having to dish out a lot of money, and he or the company he worked for didn't have to hand out a dime. That's not fair." BY LEON B. CREWS Ms. Harrell said the Sentinel StaffWriter problem in the past was that .... On Wednesday, August lib, representatives from the Michaels Corporation and IRM Management Company met with residents of Belmont Heights Estates to ad dress the issue of their Resident Association Presi dent. Management had deemed an earlier election that put Ms. Lula Harrell in that position as invalid due to complaints from residents that they weren't informed about the election, and wee interested in campaigning. To settle the issue, Hattie Stroud from the Michaels Company corporate office came down along with repre sentatives from IRM and told residents a new election will be held and a board of direc tors was going to be put in place that will consist of resi dents. That board will monitor the election process, and recognize the residents seek-: ing the position of president. the younger residents seldom attended the association meetings. "The senior residents would come to the meetings, and that may have given t4e appearance that the entire process was in favor of the seniors. "Notice was given about the elections, and a time and place were indicated. Anyone who wanted to run for the po sition could have at that time." Ms. Harrell said she in tends to once again campaign for president. "I'm going to try it again, and win or lose, I'll be alright with it. We just need repre, sentation to deal with man-6 agement, and it really doesn't :!! matter who that is." !2 Ms. Harrell said she's willing to assume a position similar to the one occupied by former resident, Billi Griffin. Ms. Griffin served as a volunteer coordinator and lead senior representative. en m z :! z m r m c: r r The Bead Start Early Bead Start Program Presents A z "'tJ c: m r en :::1: m c FREE m < m Healthy Relationships Seminar -1 c: m en c For singles and couples wishing to gain skills to begin or maintain a healthy relationship. Sept. 17 Downtown Tampa Area Attendees receive complimentary breakfast, lunch, and will be registered to win raffie prizes. This is a full-day seminar. For details and registration, call (813) 272-5140 and ask to speak with a healthy relationships coordinator. )> z c :u 6


c en w ::J 1-rts Price Strikes Out Franchise-High 14 DAVID PRICE TORONTO -David Price blew away the Blue Jays. Price struck out a franchise-record 14 in seven dominant innings, Desmond Jennings hit a pair of solo home runs and the Tampa Bay Rays beat brought today made it pretty much impossible. It wasn't just Price's stuff, but a stiff wind blowing out to center field that made him so effective, giving his fastball extraordinary movement. I've never had that much movement before so it was pretty cool," Price said. The wind kept blowing and it was making my eyes watery all game. I knew it was blowing pretty good and I just kept throwing it." Toronto 12-0 on Sunday c "Hitting is hard enough a: already," Rays catcher John LL. Jaso said. "What David c Price quickly matched his career high, striking out 12 through five innings. The left-bander didn' t fan any one in the sixth, but finished his outing with two more strikeouts in the seventh, matching and then passing Kazmir (2007) and Shields (2011) for the Rays' record. z ----------------------------------------------<( c en w ::J I-f;: w > w c w ::t: en ::i m ::J ll. z w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z Shaq Claims owvane Wade Cheated On Gabrielle Union With lauren london Z IL-------W en ( GABRIELLE UNION, DWAYNE WADE, AND LAUREN LONDON ii: Shaquille O'Neal claims on Dwyane Wade was cheating 9 on Gabrielle Union with Lauren London. LL. Former NBA star, O'Neal is being accused of revealing to Newsweek senior staff writer, Allison Samuels, that fellow basketball player Dwayne Wade was cheating on his actress girlfriend, Gabrielle Union with actress, Lauren London. All this was going on while Shaq flirted with Samuels through email, stating that want you or Rihanna." Derek Jeter And Actress Minka KeiiV Split Up DEREK JETER NEW YORK -Derek Jeter is a free agent again. After three years together, the Yankees captain has bro ken up with Minka Kelly. Kelly was a frequent visi tor to Yankee Stadium while the two were dating. In a rare public display of their relationship, Kelly was included in the HBO documentary on Jeter's chase for 3,000 hits, Derek Jeter 3K. Kelly is best known for her role in "Friday Night Lights" and is now filming ABC's remake of Charlie's Angels Ron Anest Name Change Delaved Due To Ticket Issue RONARTESTS LOS ANGELES -Ron Artest's bid to become Metta World Peace has been delayed. A Los Angeles court com missioner delayed ruling on a name change petition by the Lakers forward until Sept.16. Superior Court spokeswoman Elizabeth Martinez says the court cited Artest's outstanding traffic warrants as the rea son for the delay. Artest did not apper in court Friday and his attorney Jill Rubin declined to comment after hearing of the judge's decision. The 31-year-old Artest had been counting on the name change to go through announcing on Twitter Thursday night that he was planning a celebratory bar becue. Talib Will Not Be suspended ln2011 AQIBTALIB The Tampa Bay Buccan eers will have the services of their best defensive player if he can regain his health enough to get back on the field. Although his future beyond 2011 is uncertain, Aqib Talib will not be suspended during this season for his role in a shooting incident that occurred in Texas earlier this year. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has informed Buc General Manager, Mark Dominik, of his decision, but also made it clear that he may revisit the matter follow ing Talib's trial on March 26, 2012. Talib, 25, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to police in Garland, Texas. Talib allegedly fired shots at his sister' s boyfriend and tried to hit him with a hand gun. The charge is a seconddegree felony and carries a punishment of five to 20 years in prison. Bucs Record 17-13 Victory Over Dolphins The Tampa Bay Buccaneers entered their contest against the Miami Dolphins with a game plan. The result was a 17-13 victory and a 2-1 pre season record. Initially, quarterback Josh Freeman, his offensive line and some Bucs defenders picked up where they left off in last week's embarrassing loss to the New England Patriots. But, they all found a rhythm and the Bucs were able to secure the win. In the first half, the Bucs finished fast, scoring a game tying touchdown drive in the final two minutes, and in the fourth quarter got a gamewinning touchdown out of third-team quarterback, Rudy Carpenter. ESPN Turns Michael lick White To Test Our Racism ESPN The Magazine has a column about Michael Vick this week that features the Pro Bowl quarterback as a white man, while asking the question what if Michael Vick was white Author Toure penned the piece to discuss the race and class issues surrounding Michael Vick's story, but has claimed he asked ESPN to not use the picture of Michael Vick. Toure says that picture is both inappropriate and undermines his entire premise, which is that Vick's story is not possible The white Michael Vick. without all of the circumstances (race, class, commu nity, family) that have made up his life. F roday 9 A.:.t 7 PM. Monday Sdturd,ty 9AM 6PM ----Fish* Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs 3608 N. 1 Sth (Comer Of lake)


Sports Former NBA Plaver Crinenton Charged In Woman's Shooting JAV ARIS CRTITENTON ATLANTA-Police said late Friday that former NBA player J avaris Crittenton, who was once suspended by the league over guns in the: locker room, has been charged with murder after a woman was shot on an Atlanta street. Police spokesman Carlos Campos said police hav e secured a murder warr ant for the arrest of Crittenton, who pla y ed at Georgia Tech, in connection with the shooting death of 22-year-old Jullian Jones on Aug. 19. Campos said Crittenton is not in custody and is wanted. Jones, a mother of four, was walking with a group of people on the city s southwest side when a dark-colored SUV drove by and she was shot by someone inside the vehicle, police said. Investigators say they don t believe the woman was the intended target. Campos said the motive appears to be retaliation for a robbery in April, in which Crittenton was a victim, Campos said in a statement. ,.. Follow lJs On Twitter AI Clwck lJs om' : I }t l J{,r1.,, _/ )' Facrb6ok 'fN II NFI B j0;f Couples Tells woods He's On Presidents Cup Team TIGER WOODS SNOQUALMIE, Wash.-Fred Couples has told Tiger Woods that he decided to add him to the 12-member President's Cup team. Couples took the. drama out of the debate over whether Woods would be on the team, saying Thursday it's already a done deal. "I've told him that he's going to be on the team," Couples said just before a practice round preparing for the Boeing Classic at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge. "There is no reason for me to wait till Sept. 26 to pick Tiger. He's the best player in the world forever." EPA Announces the Avallabillty of the Administrative Record for the Park Circle Mercury Spill Site, Tampa, HiUsborough County, Florida The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announces that the Administrative Record for the Park Circle Mercury Spill Site located in Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, is available for public review. The Administrative Record file includes documents that form the basis for selection of the removal action. A removal action is a short-teim cleanup intended to stabilize a site that poses an imminent and substantial threat to human health or the environment. Documents in the record may include, but are not limited to, preliminary assessment and inspection report, test results, and the Action Memorandum. All interested persons are encouraged to review the documents. The documents will be available for public review during normal business hours at the following location: US EPA 61 Forsyth Street, SW Atlanta, GA 30303 Attn: Debbie Jourdan EPA will accept comments regarding the Administrative Record during the public comment period which will begin August 30, 2011, and end September 28, 2011. Comments should be addressed to Chris Russell, Federal On-Scene Coordinator, US EPA Region 4-:. ERRB 11th Floor, 61 Forsyth Street, SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30303. At the end of the 30-day comment period, a written response to all pertinent comments will be prepared in a responsiveness summary and placed in the file. Park Circle Mercury Spill site is a two-story single family residence and the source of the Mercury was concentrated in one room, below the wooden floors, subfloors and in the soil below the floor joints. BEAUTY UNLIMITED DESIREE Don't focus on what the weather is doing. Focus on this week's Beauty Unlimited fea ture, Desiree, and you'll forget all about the hot, rainy weather. Desiree lights up a room in a hurry with her personality, and loves pos .. ing for the camera and modeling. In her spare time, she tries to inspire others, and is very loyal when it comes to her true friends. The man in this young woman's life must be pow erful, tall, handsome, honest, and respectful. He also needs to be very much in touch with himself and reality. Congratulations to Desiree as this week's Beauty Unlimited fea ture. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson@flsentinel.com. Laundromat & Retail Store Located In West Tampa Call (813) 502-8533 (Leave Message) c: m en c )> c: (,") c: en (,.) 0 1\J 0 ..... ..... "T1 r-0 JJ en m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z "tl c: m r-c;; J: m c m < m c: m en c )> z c "T1 :2 c


:; F ntertainment N g Chris Brown Coming ti s To Tampa, October 1th, ::::::) <( c en w ::::::) 1-Chris Brown continued to dance as he soared through the air during his performance at the VMA's Sunday night (Aug. 28th). The King Of Pop, Michael Jackson's birth day was Mon., August 29th. And although : he's no longer with us, we still have the next best thing -Chris Brown. So, don't miss your chance to attend the Chris Brown c Concert in Tampa on Friday, October 7th, 2011! The show will take place at 1-Soo-Ask-Gary Amphithe atre at The Florida State Fairgrounds, which is an awesome place to see great live music. a: LL c z <( lil wavne Dropped 'Carter IV' c en w ::::::) 1-w > w c w :I: en Monday, August 29th, Lil Wayne, a.k.a., Weezy, has finally dropped his highly anticipated Carter IV CD. You can purchase the album on iTunes. It features a host of artists including: Drake, Nas, Andre 3000, Rick Ross plus many more. WEEZVS The Carter IV ::J m ::::::) a. DMX Arrested For Speeding DMX, 40, has been arw rested for speeding in the :I Phoenix metropolitan area. Arizona Dept. of Public ...J Safety spokesman Carrick W Cook said that DMX was arrested last Wednesday z night and bonded out of jail Thursday morning. <(C The highway patrol pulled DMX over on a highway in CC the Phoenix suburb of Mesa 9 after he was clocked on radar LL driving at 102 mph. DMX was cited for crimi nal speed, driving on a sus pended and revoked license and reckless driving. DMX He was released from an Arizona State Prison last month after his probation was revoked for failing to submit to drug testing and driving on a suspended li cense. Bevonce Announces Pregnancv BEYONCE It's official: Beyonce Knowles has confirmed that she's pregnant. The singer and wife of JayZ made the announcement on the red carpet of the 2011 Video Music Awards by showing off her baby bump to photographers. 'The Help' Reigns Again Over StormSoaked Weekend "The Help" remained Hol lywood's top draw with $14.3M on a slow summer weekend whose business was even more sluggish as many East Coast theaters closed to ride out the storm there. Studio executives estimate that about 1,000 theaters shut down for at least part of the weekend and that busi ness may have been off 15 to 20 percent because of the storm. "The Help" has been the No. 1 film for two-straight weekends. The acclaimed adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's novel about Black Southern maids sharing sto ries about white employers amid the civil-rights move ment raised its domestic total to $96.6M and should cross the $10oM mark Tuesday. Late August often is a dumping ground for movies with slim commercial prospects, and Irene cut even further into receipts for the weekend's three new wide re leases. Zoe Saldana's action tale "Colombiana," released by Sony, opened in second-place with $10 .3M. Guy Pearce and Katie Holmes' horror story "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," a FilmDistrict release, debuted in third with $8.7 million. Paul Rudd's com edy "Our Idiot Brother," dis tributed by the Weinstein Co., premiered at No. 5 with $6.6 million. Kan Williams Fights At Young Jeezv Concert We're not quite sure how the melee started but Katt Williams was involved in a fight with a promoter during a Young Jeezy concert in Arizona recently. The incident was caught on tape, and although the cameras didn't catch Williams throwing any punches himself, members of his entourage did bust heads, while Katt Williams jumped around, smack KAIT WILLIAMS talked, and beat on his chest in the background with his shirt off. Nellv Plans Recording School In St.louis Nelly has found a positive way to put his money to good use, by giving back to the community that launched his career to stardom. Nelly is teaming with Vat terott College to open a new recording school in his hometown. "We're not just building the most advance recording studio St. Louis has ever seen but we're helping stu dents learn recording and production the old fashion way hands on," said Nelly NELLY in a promotional video. The school is scheduled to open in October arid the pro gram has already been ap proved by Missouri's Department of Education. Rihanna Denies Sex Tape J. COLE And RIHANNA Rihanna may like to sing about sex and she may like to wear sexy clothes, but the "S&M" singer says there is no videotape of her having sex with rapper J. Cole. Rihanna responded to media reports that adult magazine Hustler had such a tape by tweeting, "We don't believe U, U need more peo ple ... AND of course an actual sextape!" J. Cole, 26, replied with a tweet, saying "Gossip, gossip. Just stop it." Cole performed on Rihanna's Loud tour and will release his debut album, "Cole World: The Sideline Story" in September. Hustler magazine said it had a video of the singers but did not know what they would do with it.


Memoriam IN lOVING MEMORY BARBARA J. JEFFERSON ROBERT L. BIVENS December 4, 1936-August 15, 1921 -August24,2008 February16,2007 Our loved ones leave indelible marks on our souls where their names are never forgotten. They are shining stars in our life stories, legends in our grieving hearts. We miss you both but know that, though you are not present, that you will live on forever. Your love, generosity of heart and spirit, your love of and search for knowledge will continue to live in our hearts and be passed from generation to generation until they are indeed legend. We find strength in His assurance that we will meet again. We will love you, always-Ret. Colonel Joseph E. Jefferson and family, Grace M. Mitchell, Shevawn Broxton Young, Kimberly Broxton Thompson, and Billy G. Mitchell, Sr. along with your grandchildren, nieces, nephews,family andfriends. Let our filmilytRkecare ofyourliunily. e are the key to a fine and quality service" w-'W1 ....... FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funera me.com .Local Bodv 01 Missing Swimmer Located )> out of the water and called 9-c: Just after midnight Sunday, pilots with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Offic e Aviation Unit spotted a body flo ating in a pond. Th e body was recovered and id e ntified as Sean Lamont Parrott, 39 Detectives have learned Parrott and a friend had been in and out of the water all da y Sunday. At 4:35 p. m., Parrott and his friend entered the water and at some point, he turned and no longer saw Parrott standing. The friend got National SEAN PARROTT 1-1. Family members told de-C'> tectives Parrott was able to swim Detectives said prelimi-nary indication is that strong I'IJ tidal currents may have g caused Parrott to be pulled .... under the water and drowned. An investigation by the Hillsborough County Medical Ex aminer's Office will determine if any other factors may have been involved, but detectives said they do not suspect foul play. Respect For MLK Can't Be Swept Awav Bv Storm While many people were canceling trips to Washington, D.C this weekend, Verrett Poole-Strickland braved her journey eastward because she wasn't going to miss "one of the most memorable moments in history". The threat of the violent Hurricane Irene was very real for cities up and down the East Coast Still, many AfricanAmericans came from all over the country to honor the mem ory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Poole-Strickland, 49, even made sure her nephew and two children took the trip from St. Paul Minn Winds, Rain Pummel Northeast Cities VERMONT The torment from Irene isn't over as parts of the East Coast grappled Mon day with still-dangerous flood waters, widespread power out ages and stranded residents. At least 21 deaths in nine states were blamed on Irene, which fizzled to a post-tropical cyclone and headed over eastem Canada on Monday. About 3 million customers were without power across the path traveled by Irene. But much of the remaining trouble centered on flooding from North Carolina through New England, with homes in undated and roads torn apart by floodwaters Some of the worst flooding since 1927 ravaged Vermont's normally tranquil countryside, turning babbling brooks into turbulent rivers, knocking homes from their foundations and washing away a young woman who had been standing near the river in Wilmington. Irene batters Long Island, N ew York Her body was recov ered. with her. "I appreciate it in a way," she said about the hurricane warning that will postpone the official dedication of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. memo rial statue until sometime in the early fall. She said her two children Kalu Abosi, 14, and Nena Abosi, 11, along with her nephew Darian Poole, 13, all got to get up close to King's statue and really appreciate it. Bishop Eddie long Speaks Out On Accusers Writing Tell-All Book ., r 0 ::D c )> Bishop Eddie Long has issued a statement on reports that two of his accusers are re leasing a tell-all book. The embattled pastor is set to be the subject of a no holds barred book at the hands of Jamal Parris and Spencer LeGrande, two of the five men in total who accused The Bishop of sexual coercion. Both Parris and LeGrande met with a inves tigative reporter to announce their plans to release a book which they say will detail ten years of abuse they felt at the hands of Long. Now Long is speaking out to defend himself and posted a statement on the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church's website. His statement in full reads, "New Birth Members, We have a long history of dutifully serving those in need in the local and global communities and we will continue to do so. BISHOP EDDIE LONG en m z ::::! z m r m c: r r m ::::! z "'tJ c: m r-We are committed to the call-ing of a strong, viable and rel-m evant ministry of the Gospel of C Jesus Christ. Unfortunately, we are in the m media again and people are wondering what I am going to say All I have to say is what we C: stated earlier. All parties in-m valved decided to resolve the C civil cases out of court The de-cision was made to bring clo-)> sure to this matter and allow Z us to move forward with the C plans God has for this min-istry. c Woman, 36, Arrested For Having Sex With 13-Year-Oid ST. LOUIS, MO -A woman was charged with statutory rape, child molestation and sodomy after she was accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy in her neighbor hood. Levetrea Dione Atkins, 36 is facing some major jail time after having sexual rela tions with a boy who is barely a teenager. Court documeJ;J.tS describe the boy as developmentally de layed. The boy told authorities Atkins persuaded him to get money from his piggy bank and give it to her on June 24, according to court documents She then molested, sodomized and had sex with the boy. LEVETREA D. ATKINS Neighbors reported what happened to the teen's father after Atkins bragged about it, )g documents say. C) A cash only bond has been m set at $150,000.


0 Crime Nl------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 C") 1-(J) CJ <( Man Accused 01 Operating South Tampa Prostitution Ring A 37-year-old man is accused of operating a South 1-Tampa prostitution ring. He has been in jail since July 22nd and faces several charges with more charges pending. The Tampa Police Department began its investigation two years ago. During surveillance, police reportedly observed Charles Melvin Fox drive young women to area hotels while he waited outside for them. According to the Hillsbo rough County Sheriffs Office website, Fox was arrested last month at 4830 W. Kennedy Blvd. The charges include robbery, forcing another to become a prostitute, deriving support from proceeds of a prostitute, c renting space for the pura: pose of prostitution, unlawLL ful use of a two-way communications device, and sex <( trafficking. >-A Hillsborough County judge has ruled that no bond m is required on the majority of the charges. However, Fox faces 4 counts of sex a: trafficking with each count carrying a bond of $5o,ooo. w He is also under a Nebia fi) Hold. ::r:: He will appear in court on Tuesday in reference to the ffi Nebia Hold and being released on bond. CHARLES MELVIN FOX ... accused of operating a prostitution ring Mark Cox, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office said, "In reference to the Nebia Hold, we're demanding that he shows that if he has the money for bond that it was earned from honest wages and not as a result of crimi nal enterprise." Cox further stated that the State Attorney's Office has already filed five cases against Fox and is currently reviewing another case. He said one charge is for grand theft and the others are mul tiple charges related to pros titution. Police said after Fox moved to Florida 4 years ago, he purchased a 2005 Yukon Denali with dark tinted windows and chrome z i= w ...J ...J m UNCLE SANDY Take your time 1, 4, 7, 10 and make sure you 16 18, ...J 21, 24 do what you do 28, 30, 33, 38 the way it should be done 39, 49, 50, 52. i= z w (J) a: 0 ...J LL WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The h1ring of a lawyer 1s an important dec1ston that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you dec1de. ask us to send you FREE vmtten tnformat1on about qualifications and expertence! rims. He rented a home at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Renellie Circle. He was allegedly operating the prostitution ring from that location. Ms. Andrea Davis, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said the case is an ongoing investigation involving multiple police agencies including the Federal Bureau of Investigation. She stated that all of the women were adults and some have been charged with prostitution. However, she said, "Some truly are victims who were afraid for their lives. There are other victims still out there." She said Fox allegedly used physical violence and intimi dation to control the women. Ms. Davis said police have seized several thousands of dollars, the Yukon, and other property. After the Yukon was con fiscated, it eventually ended up at the Tampa Police Forfeiture Unit after they (police) obtained the title. Mayor Bob Buckhorn selected the Yukon as his city-issued vehicle. "I've been telling this story for five months. I selected it for safety, but he won't need it where he"s going," Mayor Buckhorn said. Murder Suspect Arrested In Brooksville HERNANDO COUNTY -Hernando County Sheriffs deputies report they have arrested one of three suspects in a home invasion murder last week. Richard Denard Harris, 24, was arrested in South Brooksville. He was charged with murder, aggravated assault, robbery, resisting arrest without violence, and other drug offenses. Harris was linked to the death of Michael Pfeiffer, 27, who was shot to death in his home during an apparent robbery, deputies said. The victim's roommate told deputies three masked men entered the house to steal from them. One of the men fired several shots from a sawed-off shotgun, fatally wounding Ffeiffer. Detectives said Harris was the one who pulled the trig ger. The investigation is contin uing into Pfeiffers' death and deputies are still trying to identify who was with Harris during the home inva sion. Hearing Set For Man Accused Of Killing OHicer Last Friday a pretrial hear ing was held for Humberto Delgado, Jr. Delgado is accused of gunning down Tampa Police Officer, Corporal Mike Roberts. Judge Emmett Battles wanted to check in with attor neys to see w hen a trial date could be set. Public Defender, Christopher Watson, said he doesn't think they are ready to set a trial date. He said the defense needs more time for depositions and more time to prepare. Prosecutors also said they would need more time. A status hearing has been set for December 10th. HUMBERTO DELGADO Delgado is facing charges of first degree murder, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer and car rying a concealed firearm. Familv 01 Hit-And-Run Victim want Accused Driver Ar.rested ST. PETERSBURG Family members of the victim of a hit-and-run accident earlier this month are handing out fliers for the second time to enlist the public's help in locating the suspect driver. On August 1st a 1 a.m., St. Petersburg police reported that Lorenzo Lynch, 19, ran a red light and crashed his vehicle into another one driven by Michael Cerone, 74 Cerone later died from injuries he suffered in the accident. Police said after the acci dent, Lynch ran away from the scene. Police also report ed that Lynch has been in contact with relatives and friends, reporting he is injured, but won't seek medical treatment because he WRENZOLYNCH being sought for a hit-andrun fatality. does not want to go back to jail. Lynch was on probation in a burglar case at the time of the accident. Police ask anyone who knows the whereabouts of Lynch to contact their office at (727) 893-7550. Two Men Charged In Murder 01 Pasco Man KENNETH STALEY TIMOTHY REED LONNIE ROGERS ... murder victim. ... charged with murder. .. charged with planning murder of Staley. PASCO COUNTY-The Pasco County Sheriffs Office reports that on Saturday at 10:56 p. m in the yard of the Garland Motel, Timothy Reed, 31 shot Kenneth Staley, 25, four times. Staley was transported to a local hospital and later died from multiple gunshot wounds. Deputies said Reed confessed to the shooting and when he was asked how many times he shot Staley, he reportedly said, "As many times as the gun would fire." Deputies said the subsequent investigation revealed Lonnie Rogers planned and arranged for Reed to kill Staley in a dispute involving drugs and Staley's involve ment with a woman. Rogers, 39, was charged with first degree murder, the same as Reed. Detectives said Rogers offered to give Staley a bus ticket to return to his native Texas, but Staley refused.


I II LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00 p.m., September 19, 2011, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Development Services Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Zoning Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The recommendation and/or Final Decision of the Zoning Hearing wilr be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County sha ,ll be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED ATTHE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD 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 Development Services Department at (813) 276-2006 or 272-5920. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 11-0676-CW (CT) filed on 7/13/2011 by Metro PCS, represented by Harlan Ginn, of 1235 Yardley Dr., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544, ph 813-434-7489, requesting an increase of 20 ft in exist ing tower height. The property is .49 ac (outside city limits) and is presently zoned CN. It is located in all or parts of Section 14 Township 28 Range 18 or 2323 W. Linebaugh Ave. Petition SU 11-0731-LU, filed on 7/28/2011 by Patti Girard, Learning Gate Education FoundatiGn Inc. represented by Kevin Mineer, of 3910 U.S. Hwy. 301 N # 140, Tampa, FL 33619, ph 813-620-4500, requesting a charter school. The property is 67.7 ac and is presently zoned ASC-1 & RSC-6 It is located in all or parts of Sect ion 12 Township 27 Range 18 or N/S of Sunset Lane, 600' E/0 U.S. Hwy 41. Petition SU 11-0733-NWH (AB), filed on 7/28/2011 by NAPA Flair LLC, represented by Dixie Liberty, of 5719 Tanager Lake Rd., Lithia, FL 33547, ph 813-817-8585, requesting a Special Use Permit for distance separation wai vers for a 2-COP Alcoholic Beverage Development Permit (Beer & wine for sale & consumption on & off the licensed premises). The property is 1,775 sq.ft and is presently zoned PD (02-1445). It is located in all or parts of Section 11 Township 28 Range 17 or 11967 Sheldon Rd. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 11-0581-SR, filed on 5/31/2011 by Louis Maloni, represented by Kevin Mineer of 3910 U S Hwy 301 N. # 140, Tampa, FL 33619, ph 813-620-4500, requesting a zone change from AR to PD. The property is 18.93 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 26 Township 30 Range 21 or S/S of Lithia-Pinecrest Rd., 700' W/0 Browning Rd. (Serenity Acres) Petition RZ 11-0720-PR, filed on 7/26/2011 by Galaxy Ventures LLC, represented by Frank M. Valente, of 9625 West Kearney Way, Riverview, FL 33578 ph 813-966-8149, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to RSC-9. The property is 4 15 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 35 Township 29 Range 19 or W/S of S. 78th St., 700' N/0 Camden Field Pkwy. Petition RZ 11-0732-NWH, filed on 7/28/2011 by Cecilia Diaz, represented by Jorge Stanchiu, of 8726 N. Hamner Ave., Tampa, FL 33604, ph 813-918-5436 requesting a zone change from RSC-6 to CG. The property is .20 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 34 Township 28 Range 17 or Southwesterly cor of Audrey Lane & Old Memorial Hwy. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 11-0627-ER, filed on 6/22/2011 by Bates RV, represented by Todd Pressman of P. 0. Box 6015, Palm Harbor, FL 34684, ph 727-804-1769 requesting a major modification to a Planned Development. The property is 8.87 ac and is presently zoned PD (99-0918). It is located in all or parts of Section 30 Township 28 Range 21 or NIS of Castlewood Rd., 1/2 mi N/0 U.S. Hwy. 92. Petition MM 11-0630 BYT, filed on 6/23/2011 by Rick Harcrow, NNP IV-Lake Hutto, represented by Elizabeth Abernethy, 2205 N 20th St. Tampa, FL 33605, ph 813-223-9500, requesting a major modification to increase office/retail entitlements and decrease residential entitlements. The property is 1,127 ac ac and is presently zoned PD (05-1104) It is located in all or parts of Sections 24 & 25 Township 30 Range 20 or southwesterly cor of Lithia Springs & Lithia Pinecrest Rd., and all or parts of Sections 16, 19, 20, 21 & 30, Township 30 Range 21. Petition MM 11-0632 CW, filed on 6/23/2011 by Pavalion Development Co, represented by Michael D. Horner, of 14502 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. # 200, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-962-2395 requesting a major modification to allow minor vehicle repair as an approved use. The property is 1 .11 ac and is presently zoned PD (00-1190) It is located in all or parts of Section 12 Township 28 Range 17 or SW cor of Gunn Hwy & Olive Jones Rd. .c::-E? c:::::::> Z.L--<:::::::" 77"Z-1'7"% Z.L-77t-z .T r. --=..:? IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION CASE NO: 509617 DIVISION: C UCN: 1o-470 IN THE INTEREST OF: CHILDS, NEVEAH DOB: 07117/2009 MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS II 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, OOB: 07/17/2009 -f c: m en c G') c: en -f Cot) 9 N 0 .. .. r-0 ::0 en m z :::! z m r-IIJ c: r rm :::! z 1J c: YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Termination of Parental Rights has been filed in the Circuit en Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, Juvenile Division, C alleging that the above-named child is dependent child and m < m 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 -f c: m en YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you are required to C 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 Z 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 c committed to the Florida Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. You are entitled to be represented by an attorney at this proceeding. II Date this 1Jnb day of July. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: LINDA LEPELLETIER Deputy Clerk EMPLOYMENT II Felicia's House Of Braids 1502 MLK Blvd #B Is Now Hiring Licensed Cosmetologist Specialist Booth Rental Only Call (813) 498-2168 Shop (813) 369-9936 Cell Pizzazz Beauty Salon 2908 N. Nebraska Ave. Is Looking For Licensed Stylists And Braid Techs Booth Rental Only Call Kristin @ (813) 546-5110


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