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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c c -a: Q ....I u.. SEE PAGE 3-A VOL. 67 NO.4 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011 52 PAGES 75 Meals On Wheals Extensive Background Not Available Checks Will Hurt In East Tampa Youth Programs SEE PAGE 3-A SEE PAGE 14-A Man Shot During Alleged Drug Deal SEE PAGE 23-A PRESIDING ELDER'S APPRECIATION CELEBRATION SERVICE The "Tremendous" Tampa District hosted an Appreciation Celebration Service on Sunday, August 28, 2011 for their Presiding Elder, Rev Dr. Henry E. Green, Jr. The service was held at Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church with Rev. Michael K. Bouie as host pastor. Many of the churches in the "Tremendous" Tampa District were in atten dance. The guest speaker was Rev. Dr. Henry J Lyons, Pastor/Teacher of New Salem M. B. Church. The Allen Temple membership posed with the Presiding Elder after the service They are from left: Gloria Andrews, Mack Davis, Janice Carter-Collier, Zannie Mount, Jennifer Cason Green (Presiding Elder's wife), Presiding Elder Green, Lydia Hudson, J onell Lawson, Brenda Mcintyre and Mae McDonald. On the second row: Jannie Simpson; third row: E. Carver Lee, G race Clark, Loretta Jackson, Rev. Janet Lee and Sandra Bell. In the rear: Curtis Walker, Leonard Oliver, Arthur Cole, E velyn Moore, Alphonzo Simpson, Ernest Ellison, Deborah Epps, LaShirelle Harper and Janette Spencer-Davis. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre)

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Local N N a: w m w .... a. w CIJ Honorarv Doctorate Conferred On Tampa Anornev Homeless Organization Faces Tough Times c a: LL -1 U.J z j::: z w CIJ < c a: 0 -1 LL Attorney Warren Hope Dawson recently received the Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Florida A&M University. The degree was conferred by its President, Dr. James Ammm1s. They are flanked by Professors of Military Science, both Army and Navy /Marine. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Two yea rs ago Adolphus Parker found e d H o m e l e s s H e lpin g Hom e les s a n o r ga ni z at i on tha t gave h o m e l ess p eo pl e n ot onl y a plac e t o li ve, but a l so a n opp o rtuni ty t o ea rn m o n ey Donnell Underwood and Jevon Atkins, who help o ut with the administr a tiv e duties for the org anization said a combination of zonin g issues and increased utility and rental e x penses have put the program in jeopardy. The main camp is on the north west corner of Florida Avenue, just north of Floribraska. "Right now, we're serving about 120 people," said Un derwood. "We ve lost over 100 beds due to financial and zoning issues. Underwood said the or ganization has grown to 4 dif ferent living facilities, automobiles for transporta tion, and a staff. "We need the support and aid of the community to stay alive. We've gotten his far AUTO ACCIDENlrJiEEERRll{$ERVIC11 FREE Professional Service News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care P'ersonalized Service Support and Hel p from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus B icycl e Motorcycl e Slip & Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Wages Wrongful Death And More ... "2,. """:w'm:llW15"-ffiliW.llm! ____ WII!J!!I __ __ --- Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 w (.!) Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week Michelle B. Advertisi In c This house on Floribraska was the first shelter for Homeless Helping Homeless. through grants, donations, and one or two sponsors." We had actually secured a facility we thought had taken care of our zoning is sues, but it didn't Underwood said they encourage people who use their facilities to rebuild their lives so they can move on. We don't want anyone to get comfortable being here and think of this as their per manent home. This is just an opportunity for them to reevaluate what's going on in their lives, and take the next step to recovery. Underwood said Home less Helping Homeless has grown faster than they ex pected, and they need help to keep it going. We don't want almost 200 people to return to the streets. We want to keep our doors open and grow so we can help more people. "We want to continue to provide a safe haven for sin gle men, single women, bat tered women and families Homeless Helping Home less has become one of the largest providers of beds in Hillsborough County. HHH is completely managed and operated by individuals who either are currently, or have been homeless due to eco nomic circumstances, bad choices, as well as mental and physical challenges. "We are here to make an impact on individual lives which we feel will foster re sponsibility and purpose," said Underwood. Pastor Thomas Scott said Underwood and Atkins requested to meet with him and discuss their situation. We talked about their current situiition, problems with the Homeless coalition, and their limited resources. I told them they have to work with other groups and touch the broader community. "They also have to talk to some elected officials and see what kind of legislation can be created to help them." Pastor Scott said what impressed him is the people associated with HHH aren't looking for handouts. "They want the tools to help themselves. ] have seen one of their locations and I believe these are very sincere people "I applaud their energy and effort, and they have my full support. Areas Of Practice: BANKRUPTCY : CHAPTER 7 & 13 CHILD SUPPORT PROBATE & WILLS GUARDIANSHIP SOCIAL SECURITY PERSONA L INJURY FRE E INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BANKRUPTCY. REI\SONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN La w 109 N Armen ia Avenue Tampa FL 33609 (813) 254-8717 Th e h i r i n g o r l aw yer l o n l mpor ta.nt d ttlllfo n t hat t h o u l d no t bt ... d aolaly u p on advtt11 .. montll. Bef o r e o u citclded k u t t o und o u FREE w rl tt n lnfo t m a ttot'l about our uallflc a U or.t lind a x r tnco!

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Features No More Boss 01 The Bav: CJ) Meals On Wheels Not Available In East WIMP As We Know It Is GONE m -1 m m m Tampa Because II Volunteer Shortage BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After his mother suffered a sti-oke a Tampa man at tempted to have lunch deliv ered to her through a food delivery program. To his dis may, he learned that not only is the program not available in East Tampa, there is a waiting list as well. Billy Wheeler said, "My mother had a mild stoke on June 1ih and I became her principal caregiver. It's not easy preparing three II}eals a day when you're not used to it. I thought that if I signed her up for the "Meals On Wheels" program that would give me more time to prepare dinner. "I was told that the pro gram was not operating in East Tampa because of a shortage of volunteers. Fortu nately, I'm here to be sure my mother gets her daily meals. But, I ; m now wondering how many other seniors and dis abled persons may be in our area who are not so blessed." He said his mother, Mrs. Delores Wheeler, who is 89 years old, is doing better every day. Now, his thoughts turn to others in the commu nity who i:nay not be fairing so well. When contacted by the Sentinel, Ms. Cindy V ann, Director of Donor Re lations for Meals On Wheels Tampa, confirmed the service is not available in East Tampa. It is a constant challenge trying to meet the growing needs of our recipients. We are a private organization and we don't receive any govern ment funds. Our program op erates on volunteers. The volunteers are the heart and soul of what we do." Ms. V ann stated that there are several food distri bution sites in Hillsborough BILLY WHEELER ... Caring for his mother County and she tries to keep the volunteer routes about 10 miles. Volunteers use their own vehicles and gasoline. They also can choose when they wish to volunteer. The volun teers deliver the lunch meals Monday through Friday. The recipients of the lunch program are people :who are unable to cook for them selves; people who have diffi culty shopping for food; disabled adults who do not have mid-day care; expectant mothers with pregnancy diffi culties or restrictions; seniors who need a balanced diet and nourishment; and patients discharged from hospitals or rehabilitation facilities. T h e recipients qualify for the meals on a sliding fee scale, ranging from free to $4.75 per meal. Wheeler said, 'Twas sur prised that the program is not. available in East Tampa. Un fortunately, we need it the most and it's just not avail able. Once my mother im proves, I'm thinking about volunteering." Ms. V ann said the volun teering usually takes place from 9:3o a:m. until about 12 noon. Anyone wishing to learn more about the pro gram can visit their website at www.mow.org. Anyone wish ing t;o volunteer can contact Ms. Jan Costello at (813) 238-841 0. BARBARA]. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Crimina l Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 1001 4 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)%0-0641 Tbo hirina o{ lawyer is a n important clcci,jon that mould llOt bo bscd :Kiloly upon ndve!l iJmenls Before you decidt, o s k us to scad you free written infot1113tim about our qualifmtlion.s and experience. BY TAMECA JOHNSON This is not a good thing, says Alex Jordann, the sta tion's former Programming Director. "WfMP is a busithere are reports it will not be :::D Freelance Writer geared towards the Black community. -WfMP as we know it is no more. The station has been sold The announce ment came Wednesday and has left man y people angry and in shock. ness but it isn't a business to our list eners, it's a part of the landscape of their lives. James Ransom, repre-= senting TOBA, who is familThe station had been up for sale for several years after Straightway Radio took over operations from Tama Broadcasting The sale means the city of Tampa no longer has a radio station that targets the adult Black community with R&B and Classic Soul music. It also means the city and surrounding areas can no longer hear The Tom Joyner Morning Show, The Michael Baisden Show, Honest Opin ion with Hakim Aquil and Jarvis El-Amin, The Citi zens' Report with Jetie B. Community Activist Michelle Patty hosted a Sunday morning gospel show and. was at the station when management broke the news. "The station is 57 years old. It's like losing a relative. I grew up on WfMP. This leaves a huge void in the Mrican American community." El-Amin agrees. "There is now nothing to connect us." He says if we look at the bigger picture, the loss is much greater. "Politicians are in trouble How are they going to get their message out now? The community is in trouble. This is a wake-up iar with an e ffort by some to finance/purchase WfMP in the past said "that effort failed because the seller's price was too high. The seller had the license, but no other assets (no building, land or towers). Another party con trolled that," he explained. The right to obtain ai_lother local station with the same format is through a Lease Management Agreement (LMA), and that will cost approximately $2oo,ooo-2so,ooo. That will allow the local commu nity to return to the same R&B format with programs like the Tom Joyner Morn ing Show, Ransom further stated. Wilds or Sunday Gospel with Randall C. In essence, Tampa's Black community has lost one of the few voices it had. call for leadership." There is no word on who bought the station or what type of programming the new owners will provide, but "There are lessons to be learned here, says 1 Jor-dann. "If we don't value and Z support the things that are important, we lose them:" m r-m c: r rm ::! z .S. STEWART, PA. Attorney Hayes atten _rsity of. South Florida on full scholarship and ... .. 1n English.-was_ -then awarded a scholarship a attended Stetson Umvers1ty College of Law where she_ received her J.D. Attorney Hayes Will Focus Her Practice On: . Family Law Probate Criminal Record Seals/Expungements DELANO S. STEWART, AITORNEY AT LAW 1146 Years Of Continued Service To The Community" Areas Of Practice: Criminal Law Negligence, Auto Accident, Premise Liability, Domestic & Medical Malpractice Domestic Relations, Dissolution Of Marriage, Child Support, Adoption Entertainment Law Worker!s Compensation SOS E. JACKSON STREET SUITE 301 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 (813) 221-4454 The hring of Is an important dGcislon that should not be based solely upon adVertisement5. 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"T1 Editorials Columns :rJ FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 ) 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 HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETIY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETIA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$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. Invest In Your Children; Join The PTA S chool has been in session for more than two weeks. We wonder how many parents or guardians have paid a visit to their children's schools. We wonder how many parents or guardians realize that the best way to guarantee a successful school year for their children is for them to get directly involved. If you are the one who is responsible for the care of your children, then you must dedicate at least 30 minutes or an hour of your time to visit your children's school, shake the principal's hand, let their teachers hear your voice and see your smile, then maintain a continued telephone or e-mail conversation. We would not call it sacrifice. Instead, we would have you consider such endeavor as a great opportunity to invest in your children. Too many people complain about the so-called "youth today." But few of the complainers can be found at PTA or PTSA meetings. However, if employers give employees time to be more child-responsible, at least one more reason not to do will have been removed. Most certainly, it takes a village to raise a child. But that village must include people's places of employment. When Superman Finallv Complain H ow often, on a Sunday afternoon, have we football fans wished that by a quirk of fate, we could be the heroes on the gridiron? Too often, we forget, nothing is free. Everything exacts a price. That too or more NFL players recently filed lawsuits regarding the flimsiness of football helmets and the injuries they have cost professional players something most of us readers may never have thought about. Time and again, former football players have pointed to a connection between symptoms of neurological disorders, and concussions caused by faulty helmets. Though hush-hush, players believed defective helmets and the injuries they caused were the reasons for late-life dementia, memory loss, and depression and, yes, even suicide. Players charge that as early as 90 years ago, NFL officials and helmet manufacturers were aware of the mayhem their indifference was causing. However, a study sanctioned by the NFL muddied the facts to benefit the league. But recently, decisions have been reversed. Great gridiron names are coming out of the closet to testify against the reasons many of them cope with pain every minute of their lives. Names like James Wilder, Cedric Brown, Greg Roberts and Jimmy Giles lead the list. We say it's about time that football heroes speak out. If not, needless lives on Pony-League teams, high school squads, and college rosters face the possibilities of debilitating injury or needless deaths at an early age. Football is exciting. But it need not be death-defying. Pres. Obama Puts Re-Election On The line P resident Barack Obama will make one of the most important speeches of his political career. In that speech the President will outline his plan for creat ingjobs, getting people back to work, making our economy more prosperous. That is a speech and a plan most Amer icans have been waiting on for some time. What Mr. Obama says in that speech and in that plan could very well be the deter mining factor in whether the President gets a second term in office. In a nutshell, President Obama may very well be putting his presidency on the line. The President's plan must be bold, inclusive, doable and widely accepted. In putting to gether his plan, the President should not be concerned with bi-partisanship For nearly _three years, he has tried that and it hasn't worked. He has to realize that the Republican Party and its Tea Party off springs don't want to work with him. They don't want him to be successful. Instead, the President should develop a plan that will be well organized, tightly man aged and defended with tenac ity. I don't purpose to tell the President how to construct his job creating, economy improv ing plan. I would suggest it in clude closing tax loopholes, revising the tax codes, making sure millionaires and billion aires pay their fair share of taxes, create an atmosphere that will allow small busi nesses to succeed and make valuable infrastructure repairs all across the nation. In repairing infrastruc tures all across the nation, no money should leave Washing-Me And Brother-Man Brother-Man is not his name. But that's what I've been calling him since we became friends, more th,an 20 years ago. Indeed, we have be come brothers through the years, sharing as brothers do, many of the ups and downs that are part and parcel with being a Black man in the American schizophrenic soci ety. Either I'll call BrotherMan, or he'll call me. But this ti!lle in particular, I was the one who made the call. "Brother-Man!" I shouted over the phone, un mindful of possibly perforat ing his ear drum. "My Main Man," he shouted back ... be cause that was what he always called me. "How the heck you doin'?" we shouted in unison. After our initial greeting, we both would laugh at our own loudness and foolishness. But this time, I was the only one who was laughing. I picked it up immediately. "So, how you doin', BroMan?" I asked once more. Most often, my buddy would say something like, "Aw, if I was doin' any better, I'd be three of me!" something like that. But this time, all he said was ''I'm doin." I detected ness. So, I continued, "Man, you don't sound like yourself. What's up? Did your old lady leave you?" Now, I knew that wasn't funny. But I didn't know what else to say. Besides, Brother Man, in a joking way, had said far worse things tome. Instead, there was a pause on the other Silence con sumed the phone. "Hello?" I said . "Brother-Man, are you there?" "Yeah, Man, I'm here," he answered in a monotone voice. And before I could say any thing else, Brother-Man dropped the bomb on me. "I got cancer," he said. "WHAT??? YOU GOT WHAT??" "I got cancer," Brother-Man repeated, "I got prostate cancer." "NAW, MAN, STOP LYING! YOU AlNT GOT A SUCH A THING!" As God is my wit ness, that's what I wanted to say. In truth, I felt like a ketchup bottle, turned upside down with nothing coming out! For a moment, I even thought about hanging up the phone. But I didn't do that. My hand was stuck, and the phone was frozen to my ear. So, I continued to try to talk. It was then I noticed some thing was in my eye. It was a tear. So, instead, I said some thing stupid "Maaan," I said, tually begin. Repairing the na-en tion's infrastructure would m ""D create jobs. That would also .; stimulate manufacturing of materials, supplies and equip-m ment. With people drawing a paycheck the retail business m :rJ _N 1\) will pick up and create jobs o ..... This seems like a win-win sit-_.. uation because so much of this nation's infrastructure needs repairing. By infrastructure I mean bridges, dams, roads, government buildings ; and other similar projects. Many see President Obama as being weak. He surely needs to change this perception. He must talk the talk and walk the walk, making it clear to the people of the United States that he cares about them and that their well being is his primary concern. Mr. Obama, you need to do it on the day of what will become known as "The Speech." You need to hit a homerun, inspire the American people and above all make something happen. Have the Republicans come aboard or "T1 put them on defense before the 5 American people. You can't af-:!:! ford to blow this one, Mr. c President. "Who told you you had can cer?" "The doctor, fool," Brother-Man laughed. "But," said he; "the doctor said l> en m z ::! z m r-m c rrm ::! z he saw something in my blood when they took a blood test, and when he sent me for fur-""D c ther tests, the people said the cancer was in its first stages. m r-c;; ::J: m c So, we caught it early." "That's good," I answered, but I could tell Brother-Man was scared. Indeed, I could under-stand his being scared. But m what I could not understand was why I was scared, too. -t W e talked a little longer -ffi Brother-Mari and me. And it en occurred to me that I never re alized just how close our friendship had become. It was c ?< l> z c as if we were buddies who had served in the Nam or in the "T1 Gulf War together. We were :rJ joined not only by culture, but g we were one in spirit. I guess that's a philosopher's way of saying I honestly cared about what happene9, to B rother Man, as much as reared about what happened to me. I told my wife about our conversation, Brother-Man an,_d me. And as I was telling her, I suddenly broke down and cried. Good friends are hard to find. But no one lasts forever. My wife, of course, asked me a question, which frightened me and made me mad at myself. She ask;!d, "So, when are you going to the doc-tor to get a check?" "It ain't about me!" I snapped. I was wrong, and I was a liar. It was about me and all men like me. If you're a man, no matter how young or old you may be, c.n trust me: It's about you, too. )>

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E fa eSix C\1 N 0:: w m :2: w 1-' a.. ---w en >"' <( c a: L1. Sometimes She Needs A Spark, Too Recentl y I've noticed that the t e rm Cougar," which at one time was used as a derogatory word to describe women who pursued rela tionships with much younger men, is now being embraced by a new generation of ma ture women who are refusing to play by society's double standard. With television shows and websites dedicated to these sophisticated ladies, they re not only destroying the over sexyd caricatures Hollywood made them out to be, they are making it hip for c other women to join them in a: their cradle-robbing exploits. u. Personall y I never understood the stigmatizing <( that women were forced to endure because of their deC en w :::l 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: en ::::i m :::l a.. z i= w ...J sire to seek youthful com panionship with the same zest as their male counter parts. After all, it is to these uninhibited women that men around the world owe a great deal of gratitude As trendy as it seems now, "Cougarism is really nothing new. And, in all hon esty, it has been quite beneficial. Because nearl y e v ery man r e ading this who b e lieves he s mastered the art of love making, should g iv e credit for his perceived prowess to the tutelage h e received from an older woman at some point in his life. I imagine my support for these women stems not just from the fact that my earliest crush was on a girl 10-years older than my 8-year-old self, but that I was raised by a so-called "Cougar" before the phrase was even fashion able . my grandmother. After two failed mar riages with men who were several years her senior, Grams turned the tables and became involved with a man 20-years her junior. Of course the union was n t popular with the rest of the family at first. But, after she matter-of-factly in formed us that she didn't care what the rest of us thought, she was going to do what made her happy, we had no choice but to respect her wishes. Ironically that relationship, wh i c h t urn ed o u t t o b e the l o n ges t o f h e r life, e nd e d with h i m b y her s id e durin g her fina l d ays. Sh e b u cked t rad iti o n a n d n o rm a lcy for the sake of w h a t b ro u ght her pl easure And i s n t tha t the way we' r e all s uppos e d to live our t o o sh o rt lives? D o in g w hat g i ves us joy without w o r ryin g about w h a t oth e rs m ay think o r say. Wh e n the s ubject of May/December couples comes up in conversations. I always think back to when I was a teenager and what an old man once told me at the nursing home where I worked one summer. When I asked him why he constantly flirted with the nurses who were half his age, he told me: "Son, you can't get any fire when you rub two old batter ies together." He said, You have to rub that old battery with a new one to get a spark. What he didn t tell me was if it made any difference if the older battery was male or female. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 431110-018; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, SC 29512; or by email at clarence.barr798gmail .com. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. ...J :::l m ...J w z 1-z w en <( c AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! a: 0 ...J L1. GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATIORNEYS AT LAW NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE. ALL SERIOU S INJURIES. (813) 975-4444 1--800--711--5452 722 E. FLETCHER AVE TAMPA. FL 33612 vV'vVW.G I BBSAN D PARN E LL.COM The Hiring !fA Lawye r Is A n lmporlunt De. icicm That Should Not Be Bas e d Sol e l y Upon Adw:rti.te melll B e fore lhu Decidie, A. Send J h u FREE Wrillenlnfonnuticm.A b ou t Our Qualification s And F.xpcrienc c Hurricanes Is Topic 01 East Tampa Communitv Revitalization PartnershiP Meeting MS. CHAUNCIA WILLIS ... Emergency Management Coordinator, City of Tampa BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, the East Tampa Community Revital ization Partnership cancelled their monthly meeting be cause of inclement weather. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 131 \ at 10 a.m. It will be held at Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 E. Lake Avenue. Ms. Evangeline (Van) Best, Chairperson of the or ganization said that in light of Hurricane Irene, it is v ery important that residents attend the meeting Ms. Best has invited Ms. Chauncia Willis, City of Tampa Emergency Management Coordinator, as the guest speaker. In 2004, Ms. Willis be came the first FEMA certified Master Exercise Practitioner in the State of Georgia Four y e ars later she became a Cer tified Emergency Manager with the International Associ ation of Emergency Manage ment. Earlier this year Ms. Willis became a Certified MS. EVANGELINE BEST Chairperson, East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Department of Homeland Se curity Continuity of Opera tions Planner. Rev. Essie Sims, Jr., East Tampa Community Ad visory Committee, will deliver the invocation. Ms. Betty Bell, President of the Highland Pines Task Force and Watch Group will welcome new members and Ms. Gloria Davis will introduce the candidates for the East Tampa Advisory Committee. Attorney Jeraldine Shaw will be on hand to make the presentation of the 2012 Draft Budget for the or ganization. Ms. Best is invit ing the entire community to come out to attend the meet ing. 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Local "T1 ::tJ c Activist Plans To Anend Dr. Kino Dedication Ceremonv l< en m "'0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Howard Harris was born into a segregated society. He ne ver thought he wo uld see some of the ways life has im proved for African Ame ricans When the announcement for the d e dication ceremon y for the R ev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Monument came, he made plans to attend. Harris tp be a part of that his-...... tori moment. King has changed the i}5res of Black people in this cour\1Iy. I never thought that in my lifetime, I would see a Black man as President of the United States. It's amazing to me what has happened in such a brief period of time." A retiree, Harris decided to make the trip to Washington, D. C., a pleasure trip. He planned to attend a surprise birthda y party for a cousin a nd then b e in Washington for th e dedication ceremony. How ever, Harris had not HOWARD HARRIS counted on bad weather. Hurricane Irene was plannin g a trip along the East Coast as welt As hedrove up the coast, he planned to stop and take in the sights of cities such as St. Augustine and Savannah, Georgia. The trip was unevent ful until they reached North Carolina. Then, they e ncountered a blinding rainstorm that lasted about 40 minutes. Harris said they de cided t o dri ve the remaining 10 hours to reach the famil y re union in Edgewood, Ma1y l a nd. Congresswoman Hosts Federal Grants Workshop Among those in attendance at the federal grant writing workshop were from left to right: Nikki Capehart, Deputy District Director for Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Fredric Washington, HUD, Chloe Coney, District Director for Congresswoman Kathy Castor's Office, Susan Mcintyre, THA, and Ron Herbert, HUD Field Director. U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor recently hosted a Federal Grant workshop for members of the community. The event took place at the Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 E. Lake Avenue. More than 120 participants attended the event with Congresswoman Castor bringing greetings. Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of the Computer Mentors Group, Inc., who received a Department of Labor grant and Ms. Suzan Mcintyre, of the Tampa Housing Authority, who received the Department of Labor grant for Youth Build and HUD grants, attended as well Included among the fed eral agencies presenters was Adrian Barrett, Federal Project Officer with the U S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Ad-ministration, Office of Special Initiatives and Demonstration, in Atlanta, Georgia, and Fredric Washington, HUD Senior Analyst in the HUD Field Of fice, Tampa. Enhanced Website After reaching that location, the group learned the cere mony was cancelled. "Some of our family mem b e rs were stranded and unabl e to attend, so the crowd wasn't as large as we ex pe c ted. But my cousin who turned So, was Moisture Hair Care Organic Products completel y surprised. Harris said when the group d ec ided to return to Tampa tht: following day it was sunshine all the way back. I plan to attend whenever it is r esc h e duled because it is histo ry. I remember a time SALE Cover Girl Queen Liquid Foundation when I could count the num--t ber of Black CEOs of Fortune sao companies. Now they are aJ too numerous to name. But, what bothers me is that the 1\l young people a re not taking 1\l advantage of what is available to them," he said. _.. SALE Creme of Nature Argan Oil Relaxer Kit Wamir>; directions c;rela1y to <.'Oi:l and scalp initaton. hair breikag& and l!jurf. SALE Creme of Nature Argan Oil Spray or Foam 7 to 11.25 oz. SALE Creme of Nature Argan Gloss and Shine Mist or Shine Polisher 4 to4.8 oz. SALE Organics Africa's Best Texture My W3!! Hair w. to :3 sm map irilaUn '* bAabge 11\d 'It ;;rr. "T1 r-0 ::tJ c )> en m z ::! z m r-m c r r m ::! z "'0 c m c en :I: m c m < m ::tJ < -t c m en c )> z c "T1 ::tJ c ;g not beavailllle ai and b "'I a: lbPrell fillmaciesard PtlannacyOII:I S*pril:et Nf also lie bled n 11C1C 8'lllallle Ill 111m llllt doncC Qtryfle C) 'larf by;tora may not be exactly as pl:tured. Availlbiilj at Walgrnens.com may diller. '1leml adw!tlMd 11fl11 flltlllti'RRwdl or rtbttn n subject to CCIIIdiUolll and flolltl Mtablllled 'r IN llfr. 1M coupon or'*"' In IQo debll. m Call i.alJO.WALGIIEEHS (1800-925-4733) tollolrtt 0< Yisit for 1llt iol'.ttion neiiUI JOU. W111t MW!fotlaal. OWAI.GAWI CO., 2011, II ri11D rtMnld. ...... :i>

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a: w m := w .... 3rd Armored cavalrv Regiment33rd Reunion Held a. Prior to January 15, 1948, African Americans who > served in the military were assigned to the all-Black 35th a: Mechanized Calvary LL Reconnaissance Squadron. McHenry, of Maryland founded the reunion organization several years ago. Since that time, its members serve as the hosts as the members meet in different states each year. _. w z j::: z w en After that date, their Squadron was merged with the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment. Today, the 3rd Armored Cavalry is the last remaining heavy cavalry reg iment in the U.S. Army. Through the years African Americans served with dignity during Wo;rld I, World War II, the Korean. Conflict, and the Cold War. Recently, the some of original members gathered in Tampa for the 33rd Annual Reunion. Reginald "Reggie" Ms. Eunice Butts and Ms. Betty Baker served as the hosts Since the inception of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, th. e unit played an integral part in American history, dating back to May ,19, 1845, when it was known as the Regiment of Mounted Riflemen. After the week of fellow ship, the members returned to their respective homes to make plans for their 34th reunion. a: Legionnaire Bertha Baker and Eunice Butts serenaded the 0 those in attendance with a solo. President McDonald also Li joined the ladies in song. < I CIO w e, if BIBLE SEMINAR "SPIRITUAL KNOWLEDGE SPIRITUAL WISDOM, SPIRITUAL UNDERSTANDING "FOR THIS CAUSE WE ALSO, SINCE THE DAY WE HEARD IT, DO NOT CEASE TO PRAY FOR YOU, AND TO DESIRE THAT YE MIGHT BE fiLLED WITH THE KNOWLEDGE Of HIS WILL IN ALL WISDOM AND SPIRITUAL UNDERSTANDING." -COLOSSIANS 1 : 9 CHURCH 2606 W. GRACE ST. TAMPA 33607 (813) 879-3964 Original members of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment Association who attended the 33rd Annual Reunion were from left to right: Maurice Bowles, Leonard Kimbo, Robert Henry, Reginald McHenry, and President George McDonald. Poet James Tokley was the guest speaker for the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment Association 33rd Reunion. Wives of the original members who attended the event. were from left to right: Mrs. Erika McDonald, Mrs. Carol Johnson, Mrs. Ethel Horton, Mrs. Betty Baker, and Mrs. Alice Bowles.

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College Student Wins ScholarshiP Julian Jackson enter e d hi s first y ear at Bethune-Cook mao University on a Singing and Mime Scholarship. He also became the first Mime per former of the Bethune-Cook mao s Concert Chorale University. However, he had played at Blake High Schoff} and his love of basket ball strong. He had appli&i for a scholarship to an other university and his dream came true. He recently received a bas ketball scholarship to Warner University Church Of God Julian entered this fall as a soph omore. Basketball is close to his heart, but Julian shares that passion with music. He began singing at 5 as a student of Gwen's School of Music. That experience introduced him to another area of entertainment --mime. He became a mem ber of the 34th Street Church Of God Mime Praise Dancing Team and continued to hone his skills. Through the years, he prac ticed twice a week and gained a reputation in the gospel com munity performing at different functions and events. Recently, Julian had an opportunity to demonstrate his skills during the National Gospel Workshop of America held in Tampa. He performed before an audience of 1,8oo people that included such gospel greats as Ms. Dorothy Norwood, Ms. Yolanda Adams, and Rev. Brian Wright, who is the son of the late Timothy Wright. The performance proved to DERRICK BROOKS CHARITIES JULIAN R. JACKSON be rewarding for the young man because he was given a book stipend from gospel leg end Amy Rustin. It also led to an invitation to appear on the "Bobby Jones Gospel Show." During that same week, Julian performed during the 34th Street Church Of God's Family Fest. During that event he had the opportunity to meet Ms. Beverly Crawford. "Remembering God first is what keeps him motivated. He loves basketball, but dancing in mime is when he gives God his all, his mother, Ms. Julia E. Jackson said. A Tampa native, Julian is the grandson of Mrs. Julia H. Jackson. He has several godparents including Mr. and Mrs. Kevin (Tonya) Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin (Audrey) Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. (Ida) Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar (Kim) Folks, and Judge and Mrs. .Jim (Kelly) Moody. Julian, who also choreo graphs his own dances, is ma joring in Sports Management. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (8i3) 248-1921; or emailed at iholton@jlsentinel.com. ,------------------------------------------------, : 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. l I i Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate High School I : 11602 North 15th Street I I I L Tampa, FL 33612 The Rites of Passage Program (ROPP) Is designed for girls ages 7-18 years. The program's focus Is to teach young girls through 8 monthly, 3 hour educational workshops that emphasize selfawareness, character building, ancestral history, cultural diversity, goal setting, community service, etiquette, personal hygiene and higher education. The ROPP Program officially begins In October and ends In May. Participants must attend all sessions. Superintendent, School Board Chair Meet With Sentinel Board C/) m ""D -f m s: m m BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor MaryEllen Elia, Super intendent of Hillsborough District Schools and Doretha Edgecomb, Chairman of the School Board, met with the Sentinel Editorial Board Monday morning. The Board wanted to get a more in-depth report on the operation of the single gender schools and how both were selected in the East Tampa (African American) community. Single gender schools have been in the making for nearly 2 years, the superintendent stated. Single classrooms had already been implemented in some schools James, Town 'N Country and Rampello, to name a few. Research indi cated that students did better in single gender classrooms and there were fewer refer rals. Research also deter mined that girls were more open about their interest in Math and Science. Franklin and Ferrell Mid dle Magnet Schools were per fect for the transition because both had lesser students and had the facilities (gyms, lockers, etc.) alread y in place for the change both offi cials stated Both are already Magnet Schools whose stu dent population comes from all over the county. Ms. Edgecomb went a step further saying she wanted to implement the same gender classrooms in 3rd grade when she was a principal several years ago. However, that was not acceptable at the time. I didn't get the opportunity to implement it, but I believed in it," she explained. She said the goal was to create an environ ment where boys could be cre ative. In addition to football and basketball, she wanted the students to learn about other sports, such as golf and archery. She reports that the boys at Franklin are involved in the First Tee program oper ated at Rogers Park Golf Course. Attendance at the same gender middle schools is not mandatory for those who re side in the area. 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oLoca Gibbs Junior College Alumni Hosts Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremonv 0 a: LL. 0 z < 0 en w :::: 1-fl: w > w 0 JIMMY SMITH ... Inducted Into Basketball HallOfFame BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday, June 30, 2011, the Gibbs Junior College Alumni Association, Inc. hosted its Inaugural en Athletes, Coaches and ::::i Administrators Hall of Fame induction Ceremony. The D. event took place at the Music Center Auditorium on tij the Gibbs Campus of St. :j Petersburg College. :::: The ceremony attracted m over 300 friends and family ...J w members of the 52 athletes, Z 11 coaches and several administrators that were m inducted into the Gibbs < Junior College Hall of Fame. 0 Gibbs Junior College served it many students from across g the state and nation. LL The school was merged with St. Pete Junior College in 1966. The Artifacts and Trophies will be displayed in the gymnasium at St. Petersburg College for all to view, reminisce and enjoy. JERRY S. HARRIS ... Inducted Into Basketball HallOfFame NORRIS COLLINS ... Inducted Into Baseball Hall Of Fame Names will be added annually to a perpetual plaque. The 2011 Gibbs Junior College Hall of Fame Basketball Inductees representing Gibbs High School are: Raymond Deloach, Harold Williams, AI Thornton, Nathaniel Styles, Dr. John Mayes, Raymond Adams, Jasper H. Dixon, Minson R. Rubin, Rufus Lewis, George Washington and Rudolph Bradley. Middleton High School inductees into the Hall of Fame were: Freddie Hires, Jerry S. Harris, Joseph Myrick, and. Jimmy Smith. Dr. Walter L. Smith earned his GED. Rochelle High School inductees were: Dr. Willie Booker, Sherman Hammond, Leroy Cannady, and Robert P. Williams. Other bay area inductees JOSEPH MYRICK .. Inducted Into Basketball Hall Of Fame JORGE CHICO ARENAS ... Inducted Into Baseball HallOfFame were: Curtis Bankston (Bartow); Dr. Waymon Benton (Ft. Myers); Glen Rutledge (Clearwater); and Herman White (Fernandina Beach). Eddie Whitfield, Johnny Whitted, and Wesley Reed are from Orlando. Benjamin Spann, Wilford Farnum, and William McCloud represent Sarasota. Several other inductees represent schools from throughout the state The 2011 Gibbs Junior College Hall of Fame Baseball Inductees representing Gibbs High School were : Bobby Thompson, Robert Minton, Thomas Harrell, and Jerome Pittman. Norris Collins, Gilbert Arenas, and Jorge Chico Arenas represent Blake High School inductees. Others included: David Smith (Lake Wales); Leonard Jackson, (Jacksonville); Edwin Harris (Camden, New Jersey); and Leroy Gandy (Ft. Pierce). Teachers, administrators and coaches who served the Gibbs Campus from 1958 to 1966 inducted were: Col. George Brown, Coach; Dr. Norman Jackson, Coach; Ms. Ann McLin; Frank Pierce; Dr. John Shinner, Coach; Major Alvin Downing; Dean Cecil Keene; Dr. Paul Mohr; Willie Ervin Rouson; Charlie White, Coach; and Dr. Ann Woodard. Parents Influenced Volunteer's Love Of learning Ms. MaryEllen Elia, Hillsborough County School District Superintendent, Ms. Ola Johnson, recipient of the Parent Involvement Award for Area 7, and Jeff Jenks, President of SERVE Board of Directors and AON are shown at the awards ceremony. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As a young child, one Tampa woman remembers her parents talking about their own childhoods. Clearly, they wanted more for their six children than they had been able to accomplish. The accounts of the hard ships her parents faced made a lasting impression on Ms. Ola Wilson Johnson. "I remember my Mother talking about having to walk 7 miles each wayto schpol. She really wanted to be a teacher. She shared her struggles with us, and it both ered me that she was never able to become a teacher." After graduating from Blanche Ely High School in Pompano Beach, Ms. Johnson enrolled at Florida A & M University as a History major. She changed her major to Education as a sophomore. After graduating, Ms. Johnson relocated to Tampa with her future husband who was attending the University of South Florida. She applied with the Hillsborough County Public School District and was assigned to Woodbridge Elementary School. It was a new school and she was a member of its first staff She said she taught there for about 2-1/2 years before moving to Lakeland for 3 years. When she returned to Hillsborough County, she returned to Woodbridge Elementary. She was chosen as "Teacher of the Year" at the school in 1998. Ms. Johnson moved to Temple Terrace, but continued to commute to Woodbridge for about 7 years. When Ms. Johnson learned that her longtime friend, Mrs. Carolyn Hill would be principal of the newly constructed Sheehy Elementary School, she applied for the position. Once again, Ms. Johnson was a member of the first staff of a new school. She also completed her earlier success of becoming "Teacher of the Year" at Sheehy in 2008. Ms. Johnson retired in 2009, under the leadership of Principal Fontaine Marion bringing to a close a career that spanned 38 years. Although she officially retired, she was far from fin ished Since retirement, she has served as president oLthe Parents, Teachers, and Students Association for 2 consecutive years. In May, Ms. Johnson was honored with the Parent Involvement Award for Area 7. Recognizing the need for volunteers, Ms. Johnson continues to rack up hours at Sheehy Elementary School. She said the school is in need of parent volunteerism, complimenting the hours that Mrs. Sylvia Andrews, Mrs. Gloria Casteel, and Mrs. Nicole Churchwell have dedicated. She credits her love of edu cation to her parents, Rev. Fred E. Wilson, Sr., and the late Mrs. Rosa Bell Wilson. "They gave all of us the opportunity to attend college. Three of us were in school at the same tinie. My other two sisters continuing their education now, and my brother obtained two years of college. At 71, iny father earned his Bachelor's degree ill Theology. They were very influential in my life." When not active as a volun teer, Ms. Johnson is very active in her church, Hope M. B. Chutch, she is a member of several organiza,. tions She is the current sec retary of the ProgJ;"essive M & E Baptist State Convention of Florida, Inc., the Events Coordinator for, the District Congress of 1 Christian Workers, and the Mount Pilgrim Association. Vice President of Women's Ministry.

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N Tampa Housing AuthoritY Holds Its 3rd Annual Back To School Bash Kids line up to enjoy face painting provided by staff. On August 18th, the Tampa Housing Au thority hosted its third annual back-to-school bash and school supply giveaway to more than 550 boys and girls. Underneath tents set upon the grounds of the Oaks at Riverview Community Center, the kids enjoyed competitive games, face painting and a delicious luQch. The highlight of the day was receiving back to school bags filled with just about everything needed to begin school on the right foot. The event theme for this year was "Back To C School Bash; Fun In The Sun!" a: Transportation was provided by THA and LL included all interested public housing and SecC z c( c en w ;:::) 1-ft w > w c w :r en :::::i m ;:::) D. z i= w ...I ...I ;:::) m ...I w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...I LL c( I N ..... THA staff are seen here preparing packs fiJ,led with school supplies. tion 8 residents that were unable to get their on there own. Special thanks are extended to all sponsors, as well as the dedicated program and property services staff tl!.at took the time to make this an enjoyable event for all participants. "We want all of our school-aged residents to be as ready for the first day of school as any other child during this time," said Jerome Ryans, President and CEO. "The staff did a wonderful job ensuring that no child left empty handed; it is our goal to do this every school term." Meeting Palm River Community Meeting_ All residents are invited to attend the Palm River Community Meeting on Tuesday, September 6, 2011, 6 p. m. at 7605 Destin Dr., Tampa (33619) Expected to attend this meeting are representatives of Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office District II, Major Clyde Eisenberg, and former Palm River Com munity Resource Officer. Deputy Benjamin Kenney. The meeting is sponsored by Green Ridge and Delaney Creek Estates Crime Watch Association. Refreshments will be Se),"Ved at 6. For more information, contact Mrs. Ola LottMitchell. r-----------, I . I 1 r I I I I I I I I I 1 L I 1 I I I Natural Supreme Smoothie I I AU Natmil PnxU:ts I I I I 19101111Ave. YborCily 1 1 813-3'75-(Di5 -I 1...----------...J IN THE SPOTLIGHT First, congratulations to this week's Spotlight feature, Meagan, on being named "Miss Alpha Psi." It takes a dynamic young woman to be crowned Miss Kappa Alpha Psi, an. d it was during a Black and White ball where Megan received the honor. This young lady wants to inspire others to never give up on their dreams, and always continue reaching for the stars. She also wants to appeal to young people in general that they can be what they want to be, instead of what someone else wants them to be. We are very proud of this week's Spotlight feature, Mega, and we wish her a bright future and unlimited success. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight;, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: .ijohnson@flsentinel.com

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Local 'Buc-1-fied Ben' ScholarshiP Show To Air On Television BY LEON B CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter For the fifth y ear, Albert "Buc-1-Fied Bert" Owens h as award e d s cholarship s t o f ive 2011 Hig h School se ni o rs. Owens establishe d the sc hol arship g i v eawa y s as a l egacy to his mother, Ms. Emma Lee Owens. For the fourth y e a r Owens will be producing the show that this year will be aired on NBC (WFLA TV) Sunday September 4th at 1 p.m. The special will last for 30 minutes and will feature the 2011 scholarship winners, BK Jackson, and J avaris JGB on saxophone Also featured will be Shevonne Phillidor and Drum Line. This year' s scholarship recipients are Roberto Lopez (Bloomingdale High School); Shelly Gainous, III, Rivervi e w High School; Gabriela Marie Jennings, Robinson High School ,; Javaris Gooding 2011 scholarship recipients Oeft to right): Shelly Gainous,.III, Roberto Lopez, Shevonne Phillidor, Bucified Bert, Gabriela Marie Jennings, and Javaris Gooding-Butts. Butts, Blake High School, and Shevonne Phillidor, Blake High School.. I want to congratulate this year's recipients, and I hope all of you can come meet the "Bucified Bert Dream Seeker ... OLE is Alive" 2011 scholarship recipients. We are going to hav e a ton of fu n. Owens will also be announcing his new album, A Mother' s Legacy ," that's already getting playtime on !-Tunes. I want to thank the students of Dowdell Middle Magnet School for providing the music on my album and to County Commissioner Les Miller for getting all of his colleagues on board for the Certificate of commenda tion to signify the mission of Bucified and OLE Is Alive." Calling All Tuskegee Alumni Th e T a mp a Alumni Club of Tu s k egee Uni vers i ty will m ee t o n Saturday, S e pt e mb er 10, 2011 at 1:oopm a t th e P a ri s h Hall o f St P e t e r Clave r C a tholic Church 1 2 0 3 N N ebras k a A ve nue, Tampa. All n e w a nd r e turning alumni ar e en c our age d to att e nd "'0 -i m s: m m :::rJ for fr a terniz a tion and ex citing updat es of the univer sity. N I\) 0 ...... ...... School District Sets Dates For ACT And SAT Examinations The dates for upcoming SAT and ACT Examinations has been determined by the Hillsborou g h County School District. Eligib,le students from any school in the dis trict can register to take the examinations at any of the locations. However students must register by designated dates to take the tests. The deadline to register for the SAT test being offered October 1st is September 9, 2011. The testing will take place at the following locations: Alonso, Armwood, Bloomingdale, Brandon, Chamberlain, Durant, Freedom, Hillsborough, Lennard, Leto Middleton, Plant, Plant City, Robinson Sickles, Strawberry Crest, T ampa Ba y Tech, and Wharton High Schools. It will also be offered at USF. The deadline to register for the ACT test being offered October 22nd is 0 :!:! September 16th. c The testing will take place )> at the following locations: en m Alonso, Armwood, Blake, z Bloomingdale, Brandon, Chamberlain, Durant, m Gaither, Hillsborough, King rLennard, Leto, Middleton, Newsome, Plant, Robinson rSickles, Spoto, Tampa Bay J;; Tech, and Wharton High :::::! Schools. It will also be Z offered at HCC-South Shore and USF.

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Tampa Catholic Athletic Hall 01 Fame Induction The 2011 Tampa Catholic Hall of Fame Induction Dinner was held on Saturday, August 6th in the schoo's gymnasium The program for the evening included p a rti ci pants Dennis Cadle ('92), Father Tom Morgan ('76), Principal Thomas Reidy, guest speaker, Pete Mulry, who spoke on Common Thread," and Alumni Director Roz Rodriguez ('73) Th e 2011 inductees included the 1967 State Championship Track Team. c a: LL. c z Hall of Fame inductees who attended the dinner were: front row, left to right, Dennis Piller, Gene Black, Mike Latson, Harold Brahier, Don Booth, Tom McLain, w c w J: en :J m :::) Jesuit Football Coach Wins Wherever He Goes a. z w ....1 ...J :::) m BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When James Harrell finished his professional foot ball career with the Kansas City Chiefs, he got involved irl in-other ventures, but foot Z ball was always there in the back of his mind. z W Harrell first made history en in Hillsborough County when he became the firstArrican 0: American on the coaching 0 staff at Jesuit High School. He was an assistant coach from 1994 until 2004 before leaving for Plant High School, and later Freedom High School, where he took them to the playoffs his first year there. Harrell has made history JAMES HARRELL again as the first ever African American head coach at the all-boys school. His team fin ished 11-1 last year, winning their district for the first time since 2002. "Attention to detail is the key, and making sure the kids understand," said Harrell. "I believe in not overwhelming the kids by keeping it simple and just being con sistent. I believe you can do more with less." Harrell said an important key to being a successful coach is to coach all the kids, not just the stars. He also said coaching at an all-boys school is no different than coaching at any other school. "There are 750 boys enrolled at the school, and 120 of them play football and other sports. Harrell said in 2010, his first year, the toughest thing was to make sure he was prepared and was delivering a consistent message "As far as this season is concerned, I like what I see, and we're preparing to open our season against the Plant High Panthers. A s far as being the first Black coach at the school, I think it' s g reat. But I know I w as se lect e d because I h a ppen to be a footba ll co ac h th a tis Black." Harrell said he 's m a n age d t o b e quite a s uccessful multi t as ker for merl y work in g for the T ampa Hous in g A uthority a nd now operat i ng a n ac cid e nt referral service Background Check Criteria Will Hun Youth Spons Programs BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Since 2009, the City of Tampa's Parks and Recreation Department has used guidelines set by the National Recreation and Park Association when it comes to background checks on volun teers with youth sports programs. Parks and Recreation spokesperson, Linda Carlo, said anyone working with youth on city-owned property will be screened accordingly "It is the responsibility of each youth sports organization to perform the background checks on their personnel using the national guidelines, and then submit a list to us of the eligible volun teers. According to Carlo, all mis demeanor violence offenses committed within the past 7 years will make a volunteer ineligible "Also, if anyone has been found guilty of a sex crime, violent felony drugs, theft, e mbezzlement child endang erment and other related f elonies within the past 10 yea rs they will not b e allowed t o work a round y outh. E ve r y l e ague that has an ag r eement with u s prov ides us with the prop e r paperwork. The standards have been raised to further protect the children." Artis Gambrell, Jr., who heads the Bel.mont ARTIS H e 1 g h t s GAMBRELL JR. Little League program, said the tough guidelines will deplete available volunteers by 30% to 40% at the park. "I hope we can come up with a viable solution. We want to protect our children, -and at the same time provide them an outlet. I think the intention of the guidelines is good, but a little too extreme. Carlo said each youth sports organization wiil be held accountable for the information they to the city, or the lack of information on volunteers working with their programs. Gambrell said they are part of a national organization, and have always been mandated to do background checks. The differen ce is with the. criteria. We have our own cri, teria, and it's not as stringent as the one the city has. -"If I hav e to use the criteria the city has ordained, it will be detrimental to the BHLL program.

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Sports 2011 BC-U Football Season Preview: Can 'Cats Continue To Claw BYTEDTAYLOR The Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats kicks off the second season of the Coach B r i a n Jenkins era with great expectations. Coming off a surprising regu la r season record of 10-1, and a ;first round loss in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) (formerly Division-I-AA), the loss repre sents one piece of unfinished business, that being to arch rival Florida A & M University (FAMU). There have been some statements attributed to Jenkins that the Rattlers got lucky, so this is the year to put-up. The Wildcat's openthe sea son looking for a replacement to lead the spread offense dubbed the "Speedway Offense", after graduation of the 2010 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Player of Year, quarterback Matt Johnson. Last year's back up, Jackie Wilson, got a lot of playing time as the season progressed playing the entire playoff game against New Hampshire due to an injury to Johnson. Wilson was an able replacement, but he will be challenged by University of Maryland transfer Jamar Robinson. The battle for a backup position will include sophomore David BlackWell. The 2010 Florida Mr. Football, Quentin Williams of Tampa Jefferson probably will be redshirted. The 'Cats begin the season on September 4, 2011, against Prairie View in the MEAC/SWAC challenge at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, fol lowed by the home encounter against South Carolina State. The regular season concludes in the same Citrus Bowl against F AMU in the annual Florida Classic. The 'Cats will showcase its talent five times on national television. The games against Prairie View, South Carolina State, Hampton, Norfolk State and FAMU will be televised on the ESPN family of networks. 2011 FAMU Football Season Preview: FAMU Wants It All BY TED TAYLOR After sharing a piece of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) pie in 2010, the Rattlers of ,Florida A & M University are hungry for the whole thing in 2011. F AMU finished the season as tri-champs along with Bethune-Cookman and South Carolina State. It was the Rattlers' first taste since 2001, and it was so good. Coach Joe Taylor enters the season loaded at all positions. And along with the returning lettermen from last year, there are newcomers at the skill positions ready to contribute. At quarterback will be red-BUICK PONTIAC CliMe: shirt sophomore Austin Trainor, who stepped in at mid-season and led FAMU to the crown. The battle for second-string will be fought by Memphis transfer Tyler Bass and true freshmen Dane James and Damien Fleming. Fleming has been a pleasant surprise to the extent that he has risen to the backup. James will probably be redshirted. FAMU, which is ranked 22nd in the CNN poll, opens the season on September 3, 2011, against Fort Valley State in the Hall of Fame Game. The schedule includes a September 17, 2011, date against USF in Tampa. As usual, the MEAC title goes through Orangeburg, South Carolina (S. C. State) and Orlando (B-CU in Florida Classic). Tampa, FL 33614 Phone:8l3-872-7746 centuryautomall.com Summer Road Trip Package* Service Includes: Change Oil Up To Five Quarts Replace Oil Filter Check All Fluid Levels Multi-Point Inspection Tire Rotation Tire Tread Inspection Set tXP" '_. 091'1tii 2U 1 1 Valid Only IU Centuty Buick OMC Summer Road Trip P ailc :B c Former USF Plaver Wins Second Arena Bowl ChampionshiP m lJ BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Since he was 3 years old growing up in South Florida, Richard Clebert wanted to play football. In elementary school, he tried playing for the local club, but because of his size, he was denied that privilege. In gth grade however, Clebert hit the field, and said his desire to attend col lege, arid move on to the NFL started when he was 3. Clebert went on to play at the University of South Florida as a defensive tackle starter for three years. Although he graduated with his degree, he feels an injury during his senior year prevented him from being selected by an NFL team during the draft. "I practiced with the New Orleans Saints and worked out with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I ended up playing for an Arena Football League team, the Spokane Shock, out of Spokane, Washington." This is the championship ring Clebert won with the Arena team from Spokane, Washington. In Clebert's first year, his team won an Arena Bowl Championship. Now in his second year with the Jacksonville Sharks, he's won another Arena Bowl Championship. "Although I have two my goal is still to play in the NFL," said Clebert. "l've gained a lot of experi. ence in Arena ball. the nose means I have to beat the man in front of me, one-on-one. You really. develop great pass rushing skills in the Arena League. N I'd be better suited for a N team with a 3-4 defense and just turning me loose to rush the passer." Clebert said playing indoors has its advantages, because you're not in the sun. "The disadvantage is it takes a toll on your knees because you're playing on a concrete and carpet surface. "The game is fun for the fans because there's a lot of scoring and the game is fast" Clebert said with the new labor agreement in effect in the NFL, he feels the struc ture is not player friendly. 0 ...a. ...a. "Guys really have to prove themselves, and that's. why b the competition is so heavy. ;B I'm happy that the vet'eran !; players. are finally gefting en what they deserve. --m "I've managed to stay healthy except for some sore z fingers, and that's not easy to J!! do playing Arena ball" OJ Clebert is married to C: Allison Wells Ciebert, J= and the couple has two m daughters. Tune-Ups Computer Diagnostics & Repairs A/C Foreign & Domestic Alignment Brakes CV Joints Transmission Service* New & Used Tires And MOre! GREAT D .EALS: 225/40/18 -225/35/20 245/35/20 245/30/22 255/35/20 255/30/22 265/35122 265/30/22 295130/22 24' 26' 28'AND MOREl

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-r--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sports Eagles Give Vick A $100 Million, Six-Year Deal MICHAEL VICK PHILADELPHIA Michael Vick is really back on top now. Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles agreed on a six-year contract on Monday that again makes the Pro Bowl quarterback one of the high est-paid players in the NFL. A source familiar with the negotiations said the deal is worth $100 million, includ ing about $40 million guar anteed. Vick was due to earn slightly more than $16 million this season after the Eagles designated him the franchise player in February. He11 make a little less, possi bly giving the Eagles salary cap flexibility to give Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson an extension. Ron Anest Joins Cast 01 c fE 'Dancing With The Stars' 0 z c en w ::J ... !;: w > w c w :I: en :J Ill ::J D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::J Ill ...J w z i= z w en r3 a: 0 ...J LL RONARTEST LOS ANGELES The new cast of "Dancing With the Stars" has been revealed. ABC says the 13th season of the hit show will feature a mix of actors, athletes and TV personalities. Set to tango and quickstep with professional dance part ners will be basketball star Ron Artest; World Cup soc cer player Hope Solo; reality stars Robert Kardashian, Kristin Cavallari and Chaz Bono; TV personalities Nancy Grace, Carson Kressley and Ricki Lake. The new cast members will perform their first dance rou tines on the season premiere on Sept. 19. The first celebrity contestant will be eliminated on Sept. 20 Five Former Buccaneer Plavers Sue The NFl JIMMIE GILES .JAMES WILDER Five former Tampa Bay Buccaneers are part of a group of former National Football league players suing the league and helmet-makers over head injuries suffered during their careers. The 18 players named in the lawsuit filed in Los Autoimmune Disease Knocks Venus Williams Out 01 u.s. Open VENUS WILLIAMS NEW YORK -Venus Williams pulled out of the U.S. Open shortly before her second-round match Wednesday, saying she was diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome, an autoimmune disease that causes fatigue and joint pain. Th e 31-year-old American, the champion at Flushing Meadow s in 2000 and 2001, played her first match in two months Monday, when she beat Vesna Dolonts 6-4, 63 in the first round. Williams was supposed to face 22nd-seeded Sabine Lisicki on Wednesday. Williams had cited a virus when withdrawing from hardcourt tuneup tournaments between Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. "I enjoyed playing my first match here, and wish I could continue, but right now I am unable to," Williams said in a statement released by the tournament. "I am thankful I finally have a diagnosis and am now focused on getting better and returning to the court soon." CEDRIC BROWN GREG ROBERTS JESSE SOWMON '. Angeles also include former Bucs Jimmie Giles, James Wilder, Cedric Brown, Greg Roberts, and Jesse Solomon. The suit claims the NFL, Riddell Sports Group and its parent company, EastonBell Sports, knew the long term effects of brain injury from trauma suffered by the players and purposely hid it. NFL spokesman, Greg Aiello, said the league will strongly contest the claims. More than 75 current and former NFL players filed a similar suit in July, and another group did so this month in Philadelphia. Bengals RB Benson Gets Jail Sentence AUSTIN, TEXAS Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Benson has been sentenced to 20 days in jail after reaching a deal to settle two misdemeanor assault cases in Texas. Benson was in court in Austin, Texas, on Monday and the deal was struck after a jury was picked. He said he will surrender to authorities on Oct. 17, which is the Monday of Cincinnati's bye week. Benson was arrested in 2010 for allegedly punching a bar employee in Austin, and he pleaded no contest in that case. He was also arrested last month for allegedly punching a former roommate in downtown Austin. That case was dismissed CEDRIC BENSON Benson has been the Bengals' leading rusher since 2008. The former Texas star was an unrestricted free agent but chose to sign a one-year contract to stay in Cincinnati.

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Horoscopes/Soaps Colombiana -Zoe Saldana (Avatar) brings the house down in this action-packed assassin movie Well-written. Must see! Made (Budget $30M) **** The Help-Viola Davis (actress) and Octavia Spencer (sup porting actress) should win Oscars for their roles as Black Maids in the early 6os. This movie is a must-see, but will piss you off, make you cry-all in one. Still No. 1 at Box Office. Made $96M. (Budget $25M). **** Spy Kids: All The Time In The World-This should be the Kiqs If you want to waste some time with tlijs is y ou. Ma9 tl $21M. (Budget **112 ' (2011) gives performance as Jerry the vampire next door. You Wlll hke this teen/horror/comedy movie Dreamworks should have waited to Halloween to release it. Made $14M. (Budget $30M) ***112 Final Destination 5 --If you want to see more creative ways to die, this movie is for you! Made $37M. (Budget $40M) *** The Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes -They finally got a remake right. Very good script starring James Franco and the special effects of making the apes look and act real should win an Oscar. Great movie. Must see! $148M. (Budget $93M) **** Crazy, Stupid, Love-Surprisingly, this movie turns out to be a good romantic comedy Steve Carell stars as a clueless husband who finds out his wife cheated on him. Funny and worth seeing! Made $69M. (Budget $50M). ***112 Cowboys And Aliens -Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford fight it out against some vicious aliens in this Western meet Scifi film The movie dragged in the beginning, but came alive when the aliens started killing people. Action-packed. Must see! Made $93M. (Budget $163M). **"112 The Smurfs -This PG film turns ouno be this summer s surprise hit. Who would have thought this movie would do so well at the box office this past weekend Made $125M (Budget $noM).*** Captain America: The First Avenger-Chris Evans stars in this ho-hum marvel movie about the first real super hero. Didn't see what made him so super. A better script would have saved this movie. Made $168M. (Budget $140M). **112 Friends With Benefits -Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis complemented each other in this light-hearted comedy about two people making a deal of being friends only. You've seen this movie before with 'No Strings Attached but this one is better Made $56M. (Budget $35M). ***112 Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Pt. 2 -Harry and the gang's (Ron and Hermione) final battle with Lord Voldemort. If you haven't read the books, this movie explains the whole series in one scene. Very dark with great action. Worth Seeing! Made $370M. $1.7B worldwide. (Budget N/A). **** Winnie The Pooh -If you want peace for 69 minutes with your kids, this movie is for you and the little ones. Might be the best Winnie The Pooh movie. Made $26M. (Budget $30M). ***112 RATINGS: **** Very Good I *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Video 813 Lessons teamed Dr Pleasure' Lesson13 Bv laurel Johnson-Page SUMMARY: Charles is coming home early after signing a multimillion dollar contract. Sharie is concerned that she may not be able to contain her anger. Vickie learned that Mike's lies may have caught up to him when she discovers that his business trip just turned out to be more like a family vacation Mike's lies begin to close in on him Join the Ladies Of813 in this week's article 813 Lessons Learned, "Business or Pleasure." Horoscopes oo m "'tJ Aries (March 21-April19)-Fini s h the job with an e y e for detail. Take it slo w to a v oid ac --i cidents. No gambling now Follow the rules carefully, and don t skip an y steps for great results. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-A setback inspires you to try a new tack. Chart your cour se, m and run up the sails. Leave y our cash in the bank for now and focus on the task at hand Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Stay close to home, and clean som e thing up to avoid an argu-N ment. Slowly practice the skill you want to master, and aim for the desir e d goal. N Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Avoid risk. There s new information coming in that changes g the situation. Postpone travel and expenses Your natural thriftiness pays off now. ...... Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Don't look too hard for gratification and spending right now. See where love goes. Keep a practical point of view when making decisions. You' re moving slowly forward. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Get creative and see what develops. Provide support Look ahead for any obstacles. Give someone a push in the right direction, and it benefits everyone. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -An error could lead to the solution to an annoying problem. Keep costs low, but go ahead and try again. Avoid the temptation to overanalyze.,_ Acknowledge yourteam. . . Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -There' s no cheese down the dark tunnel. Use your mstmct and your sense of smell to find the real treat. Stay away from money traps. Go for the light Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -The challenges of today may push you to want to hide and be alone; however, a friend could provide more comfort than solitude now. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Perhaps it's time to stop complaining about those things that bother you and get into action. Have you considered running for public office? Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-There s no better time to conserve resources than now. Make sure to turn the lights off when you leave the room. Your wallet will appreciate it. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -It' s easy to be critical today. Make sure it's constructive (or keep quiet). Don t travel, spend or make a pitch yet. Complete something for great satisfaction. r-0 JJ Soaps 00 ALL MY CHILDREN-Jackson tells Erica her new book is creating good buzz imd her pub-m lisher wants to put her on a talk show in L.A.; EriCa gets a message from Mona; Jesse tells Brot he doesn t want him to risk his badge or relationship with Natalia because of him. Cara confides z in David that she is worried her cancer has come back; Erica wants to know whatever Zach is hiding about David; Angie questions Jesse on why he canceled her surgery without discussing it m BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Steffy seizes the opportunity of Hope being out of town; rRidge makes Bill a business proposition; Nick questions Bill's ulterior motive for wanting to buy Jackie M Bill is stunned when Liam confesses that Steffy has been pursuing him. Eric surprises z Hope with a wedding dress designed just for her; Hope announces at a press conference in Paris "'tJ that she plans to abstain from sex until she's married; Steffy's recent lingerie photos cause much ffi frustration for Liam. r-DAYS OF OUR LIVES -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 m blowout by the lake, complicated by T's continuing tension with Sonny. Brady, Nicole and Kinsey search for a missing Chloe; Maggie decides to stay with Victor, but Hope and Jennifer fear for < her safety; Mandy tells Bo and Hope she thinks she can ID her attacker. !:a GENERAL HOSPITAL -Robin and Patrick fight over his attitude since she became chief -< of staff; Carly and Shawn grow closer; something's not quite right with Kristina. An important moment for Jason; Johnny puts Ethan on the job to find out more about Skye; two important m 00 medical issues are the order of the day in Port Charles. c ONE LIFE TO LIFE -More than one citizen in Llanview appears to be guilty of pulling the trigger; Rex and Shane appear to be lying to each other. Kim makes a shocking discovery while l> catching up on life in Llanview; Cutter gets an unexpected visitor from his past; Viki confronts her brother. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Chloe's angry confrontation with Ronan has a surprising :2 outcome; Jill and Genevieve share insults and an office at Jabot. Jill and Esther worry as Delia C is rushed to the hospital; Chloe is caught up in passionate sex with Ronan. _______________ ------ Birthday & Anniversary Parties Family & Class Reunions Senior Class Photo Sessions G') m

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Entertainment N N a: w IXl :E w T.l. Released From Prison One Month Earlv 5: Atlanta-based rapper T.I. W has been released one (f) c a: LL month early from prison, where he was serving a weapons violation sentence. Bureau of Prisons spokesman, Chris Burke said the artist, whose real name is Clifford Harris, was released Wednesday morning from the Forrest City low-security prison in Arkansas. The rapper was sentenced to 11 months in prison in October for breaking his fed eral probation after he was arrested in Los Angeles on drug charges. He was set to be released at the end of September, but pr!son auT.I. thorities released him a month early. His attorney, Jonathan Leonard, confirmed T.I. was released, but did not say where his client is going. DaiABQRDAY EXCLUSIVE! ,// AV BAR .. \-DRINK SPECIALS! :tl $5 SHOTS Of PATRON B4 llPM $:S SHOTS Of HENN B4 11 PM $100 CIROC BOTTLES ALL NIGHT <( $50 HENN BOTTLES nL MIDNIGHT $80 BOTTUS Of NUVO ALL NIGHT I C:O WINGS & FRIES $7 -r-__.. SHRIMP & FRIES $9 W 2016 TOWN CENTER BLVD. BRANDON FL 33511 FOR INFQ., TABLES & BOTTLES CALL: 407 81 3 51 6-4556 Vogue Apologizes For Naming Large Hoops 'Slave Earrings' Vogue Italia has apolo gized for posting a fashion editorial on large metallic hoop earrings that they de scribed as "Slave Earrings" after protests from con sumers. They've replaced the de scription with Ethnic Ear rings and maintain that it was a mistake due to an im proper translation. Motown Pioneer Esther Gordv Edwards Dies At 91 ESTHER GORDY EDWARDS DETROIT Esther Gordy Edwards, who helped build Motown Records alongside her brother, Berry Gordy Jr. and led efforts to turn its original Detroit headquarters into a museum, has died She was 91. Edwards died Wednes day surrounded by family and friends in Detroit, the Motown Historical Museum said in a statement. Edwards was a Motown executive for nearly three decades, holding numerous leadership positions within the music company whose artists included Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, The Supremes, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations and The Four Tops. Mo town Records, which Berry Gordy started with a family loan in 1959, churned out scores of global hits from the building it dubbed "Hitsville, U.S.A." in Detroit. The com pany moved to Los Angeles in 1972. Edwards served as senior vice president, corporate sec retary and director of Mo town International Operations, where she was charged with exposing the famed "Motown sound" to international audiences. Halle Berrv Wins Custodv Of Her 3-Year-Oid Daughter Halle Berry's ongoing custody battle with her ex boyfriend Gabriel Aubry over their 3-year-old daughter came to an end Monday when a judge ruled in favor of the actress. The couple s troubles be came public in December when Berry reportedly be came alarmed when their daughter, Nabla became when Aubrey came to pick her up for a visit a few days before Christmas. Halle appeareq in court this past week after legal documents were filed by her lawyer, Neal Hersh, im-HALLE BERRYiAnd 15 _,_;, NAljLA J V ' . :I i I [}\ ploring the judge to hold her ex-boyfriend, Gabriel Aubry, in contempt. Michael Jackson's Children Visit His Bovhood Home MICHAEL JACKSON'S KIDS: BLANKET, PARIS And PRINCE GARY, INDIANA Michael Jackson's chil dren visited the late pop star's boyhood home in Gary, Ind., as the tovm. celebrated what would have been his 53rd birthday Hundreds of fans took part in activities outside the house on Jackson Street over the weekend ahead of Jack-son's birthday on Monday. Thirteen-year-old Paris Jackson said that she en joyed seeing so many fans at the house when she and her brothers, 14-year-old, Prince and 9-year-old, Blanket, visited Saturday. Jackson's father, Joe at tended activities at the home on Sunday. legendarv Chicago Singer Claims Kanve Ripped Him OH SYL JOHNSON vs. KANYE WEST Chicago soul singer, Syl Johnson is saying that his song, sound, and likeness was on one of the songs on Kanye West's new album "Watch the Throne," without his permission. Johnson claims one of the songs on the deluxe edi tion of the album, Kanye's The Joy, uses vocals from his classic track "Different Strokes" without getting clearance for the sample. Johnson added that he was particularly surprised that West didn't-reach out to him, since his daughter, Syleena Johnson was an acquaintance of West and sang the vocals for ''All Down" from West's debut album "The College Dropout."

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ntertainment :o Kan Williams Launches Anti-Bluesman David 'Honev Bov Edwards Dies Mexican Tirade At Heckler Gramm y -winning Blues Edwards health declined mus ician David "Honey in May, and h e had to cancel m Katt Williams went on an rant during a comedy show in Phoenix, taunting a heckler of Mexican descent. Williams was respond ing to insults by an audience member, whom he learned was of Mexican origin. After the initial taunts, Williams unleashed a more than seven-minute tirade in which he stated "if y'all had Caiifornia and you loved it, then you shouldn't have given that mothaf*cka up. You should have fought for California, goddamnit, since you love it ... referred to Mexicans as "landscapers" and condemned those who he said "think they can live in KATT WILLIAMS this country and pledge al legience to another country ... do you remember when white people used to say go back to Africa? And we'd have to tell them we don't want to? So if you love Mex ico, bitch, get the f*ck over there!." Janet Jackson won't Anend Tribute To Kina 01 Pop LOS ANGELES --Janet Jackson says she will not attend a tribute concert hon oring her brother Michael later this year because it co incides with the trial of the doctor charged in the King of Pop's death Janet Jackson says that the timing of the show would make her appearance too dif ficult. She joins brothers J ermaine and Randy Jackson, who also have said they will not attend the Oct. 8 show planned for Cardiff, Wales because it will happen during the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray. JANET JACKSON The show has received support from family matri arch, Katherine Jackson and other siblings of the late singer. Opening statements are scheduled to begin in Mur ray's trial on Sept. 27. lil wavne's 'Tha carter IV' Expected To Seii100,000 Copies In Its First Week Lil Wayne is set to do big numbers this week for his latest project Tha Carter IV, now that Billboard predicts it will sell over 700,000 copies. Now with physical copies of the album in stores, he's expected to have a huge sales boost, one that could put him close to the 1 million mark. If Tha Carter IV indeed hits the 700,000 mark, it will become the second highest selling album of the year be hind Lady Gaga's 1.11M debut with "Born Thzs Way." Wayne Disses Jay-Z On The Carter IV Lil' Wayne takes a shot at the throne dissin Jay-Z on the latest Tha Carter IV leak "It's Good" featuring Drake and Jadakiss. Once again its on! According to hip hop fans, WEEZV'S THE CARTER IV Jay-Z started throwing jabs with his verse on "H*A *M" stating, 'I'm like really half a billi ni**a/ really you got baby money/ Keep it real with ni**as, Ni**as aint got my lady money." Now Lil' Wayne sent a shot at the throne. "Talkin' bout Baby money, I got your Baby money. Kid nap your b**ch, keep that, how much you love your lady money? I know you fake ni**a, press your brakes ni**a, I'll take you out, that's a date, ni**a." Boy" Edwards, 96, beconcerts scheduled through S: liev e d to be the oldest survivNovember. ing Delt a bluesman and Born in 1915 in Shaw Mis-:0 whose roots stretched back sissippi, Edwards learned l'l to blues legend Robert the guitar growing up and Johnson, died early Mon-started playing profession::: day in his Chicago home. L......--...,...--------"' ally at age 17 in Memphis. SATURDAY. OCT. tsT

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Funerals a: w :!E UJ 1-a.. UJ en Aikens c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en UJ :;:::::) 1-> a: UJ > UJ c UJ ::I: en ::J m :J a. z j::: UJ ...J ...J :;:::::) m SISTER RUBY THERESA MITCHELL Homegoing services for Sister Ruby Theresa Mitchell of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, August 28, 2011, will be held on Saturday, September 3, 2011, at 2 p. m. at St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church, 3708 E. Lake Avenue, Rev. W. D. Sims, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Sister Ruby Theresa Mitchell was born January 31, 1940, in Tampa, to Nathaniel and Annie Bright. She received her formal education from the school system of Hillsborough County, where she graduated from Middleton Senior High School in the Class of1958. She was employed with the School District of Hillsborough County. She worked at Nathan B. Young School for over 10 years before she became ill and could no longer continue employment. She united with St. Matthew M. B. Church many years ago and faithfully served with the #1 Usher Board, under the leadership of Sister Georgia Smith. When her health failed and she could no longer attend she was still interested in finding out about the services and the happenings at the church. Sister Mitchell was a loving, caring and compassionate person. Her favorite pastimes were bingo, cooking and spending time with her family. She will be remembered for her special strut when ushering, humorous nature, contagious smile, she could make you smile even if you didn't want to and she cre...J ated delicious meals that were UJ enjoyed by many. Z She was preceded in death j::: by: her son, Anthony Troutz man; father, Nathaniel Bright; UJ sister, Vivian Scott; and uncles, en George and Leon Coleman. <( She leaves to cherish memoC ries: husband, Charles Mitchell; a: children, Diann Thomas, 0 Deann Thomas, Tonia Bright ...J and Violet Mathis; grandchilLL dren, Naimah Thomas, Jemal <( I 0 UJ (!) Thomas (Regina), Genair Kirnes, Yasin Bright, Nyleria Lancaster, Akyia Troutman, Temeka Thomas, Temesha Thontas, Karreem Troutman, Sr., Bill Mathis and Valencia Simmons; great grandchildren, Maleek, Miara, Deashia, Jamell, Jaida, Jadden, Jawuan, Karreem, Jr. and Kamaya; mother, Annie Bright; brother, Melvin Doyle; sisters, Audrey Jackson and Gwendolyn Triplett; aunt, Susie Bass; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; and best friends, Juanita Isom, Kim Irons, Dorothy Sneed and Mary Biggins. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, September 2, 2011, from s-8 p.m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS. EDDIE CATHERINE STYLES BRADY Homegoing service for the late, Ms. Eddie Catherine Brady, who passed away Saturday, August 27, 2011, at her home, will be held Saturday, September 3, 2011, at 1 p. m. at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, Inc., 2511 E. Columbus Drive, Tampa, 33605, with Rev. Walter Williams, officiating. Interment to honor and seek closure will be at the Garden of Memories Cemetery. Eddie C. was born in Desoto, Georgia, on September 3, 1929. She moved to Tampa as a child with her family. She attended school in Hillsborough County. Later she met and married Joe Brady; there were no children to this union. She joined the New Mt. Zion Church and was a member of the Purple Lily Usher Board. She was a faithful member until her health failed. She retired from Tampa General Hospital in 1982, where she worked over 40 years. Eddie was like a mother to many, even though she had no biological children. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Annie Mary Tolbert; father, Mack Styles; brothers, Johnnie Fletcher, Sr. and Elijah Styles; and 2 nephews, Freddie Lee Caldwell, Jr. and Anthony Caldwell. She leaves memories with: her sister, Frances Fletcher McCloud; aunt, Carrie Swain of Lakeland, FL; sister-in-law, Deloris Fletcher; nieces, Lynda Jackson (Charles), Cynthia Brady, Islay Cutler, Mary Thomas, Sandra Reed and Felicia Fletcher; nephews, Robert Session (Patricia), Eddie Session (Juliet), Joseph Jackson, Jr., Johnnie Fletcher, Jr., John Calvin Fletcher, Christopher Nichols, Michael Nichols, Anthony Nichols and Kenneth Nichols; a host of other relatives and friends, Mary Toy and family, the Brady family, the Bosewell family, the Sessions family, the Swain family, the Dukes family, Tommy Robinson and family of Tampa, the Rudolph family, the Smith family, the Hunter family, the Robinson family, the Chase family, Ham Swain and family of Polk County, FL, Alpin Sweet and family, Elizabeth Water and family of Desoto, GA, and Mattie Thompson and family of Orlando, FL. Viewing will be held from s-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Friday, September 2, 2011, at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. The processional will assemble at the church at approximately 12:45 p. m., Saturday, September 3, 2011. A HARMON BURIAL MRS. GLADYS L. FELTON Mrs. Gladys L. Felton of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, August 30, 2011, after a brief illness. A celebration of life and homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, September 3, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Pleasant Chapel A. M. E. Church, 2615 East Chipco Street, Tampa, with .Pastor Esther Eva, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Felton was a native of Sparta (Hancock County), Georgia, and a resident of Florida for more than 50 years. She was educated in the school system of Hancock County, Georgia, and \Vent on to nursing school in Miami, FL, where she finished at the top of her class. Mrs. Felton was a devoted and longtime member of Pleasant Chapel A. M. E. Church, where she served as a church leader, missionary, stewardess and Bible teacher. She was a great cook and had the "Ministry of Feeding People." She was, indeed, a loving and devoted mother and a dedicated and faithful Christian. Mrs. Felton touched the hearts and lives of all who knew her. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Mr. Henry E. Felton; and their first born daughter, Sandra "Kaye" Felton. She leaves to cherish wonderful memories: two daughters, Cynthia Felton Perry and husband, Lester, and Joyce Elizabeth Felton; two sons, Minister Ronald G. Felton and wife, Yolunda, and Michael E Felton; grandchildren, Adrian L. Perry and wife, Brandi, Jordan Perry, Albert F. Hardy and wife, Letia (deceased), David M. Hardy, LaRhonda, Cashae, Zelanka and Aaron Felton; six great grandchildren, all of whom were dear and near to her heart, especially Braxton Perry, whom she babysat, and Bree Perry, the newborn; siblings, Shirley Thomas and husband, Ezekiel, Willie Chester, Jr. and wife, Betty, Carl Chester, Dorothy Franklin, Robert Chester and.wife, Ethel, Clarence Chester, Delphine Motley and husband, Jack, Ernest Chester and wife, Karen, Barbara Lynn, Louise Stevens and husband, Franklin, Ethel Leecan, and Pastor Jimmy Horton and wife, Melissa; dedicated sister-in-law, Annie M. Cason, along with sisters-inlaw, Genethel Gay Felton and Mable Felton; brothers-in-law, Robert Felton and Grover Felton. Other relatives included: the Felton, Warren, Lanier, Chester, Young, Horton, Harper, Bell, Williams, Thomas and McNeeley families; the Pleasant Chapel Church family; and many nieces, neehews, cousins, friends, neighbors, former co-workers and acquaintances. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, September 2, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a. m. for the service on Saturday. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MRS. HELEN ELAINE LONG-JAMES Mrs. Helen Elaine LongJames of Tampa, entered into eternal rest on Monday, August 29,2011. A celebration of her life will be conducted Saturday, September 3, 2011, at 11 a. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 East 25th Avenue, with Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Helen Elaine LongJames was born August 12, 1947, in Tampa, to Reverend C. J. and Maude Long. She was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by: her loving husband, Willie; and stepson, Jason, both of Tampa; stepdaughters, Kimberly of San Francisco, CA, and Porcha of Riverside, CA; brothers, Allen of Tampa, and Ronald (Frankie) of Houston, TX; brothers-inlaw, Frank (Debbie), Jerome, Ernest and Rodney of Tampa. Other survivors include: nieces, Elaine (Richard) of Augusta, GA, and Toni (Ray) of Houston, TX; nephews, Melvin and Tyrone of Key West, FL, and Allen of Aiken, SC; cousin, Bessie Bell of Daytona Beach, FL; special friend, Robert lvm:y of Tampa; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, September 2, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MR. JIMMY ('SLAPPY JACK') JACKSON Mr. Jimmy ("Slappy Jack") Jackson of 1808 East Fri'lfrson Avenue, passed away on Tuesday, August 30, 2011. A memorial service will be conducted Saturday, September 3, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue. Mr. Jackson was a native of Louisville, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for 65 years. He attended Middleton High School, Class oft960, and was a former member of First Baptist Church. He was employed as a roofer. He leaves to cherish his memory: a longtime companion, Gloria McKinnes; son, Jeremiah Johnny Jackson; daughter, Tyesheia Coleman; four grandchildren; sister, Ruth Jackson; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC VIEWING. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .ra.ywilliamsfuneralhome.com RISIS FUNERAL p c ( 'RfMATION RICES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610

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Funerals/Memoriam en ----neath ----i MS. MARIE SERAPHIN On Wednesday, August 24, 2!H1, God found it best to call Ms. Marie Seraphin from labor to reward. Ms. Seraphin passed away on August 24, 2011, at 1709 E. Navajo Avenue in Tampa. A celebration of life for Ms. Marie Seraph in will be held Saturday, September 3 2011, at 10 a. m. at First Church Of God, 2202 E. Busch Blvd., Rev. Larry Mobley, pastor, with Pastor Herve Menes, officiating. Interment will be held at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea Av-enue in Tampa. Marie was born August 13, 1941, in Port Au Prince, Haiti to Graeuise Seraphin and Amenie Jean Juline. Ms. Seraphin was a clothing designer. She leaves to cherish his loving and wonderful memories: daughter, Marie Francis; granddaughter, Nathalie Louis Charles, Fabiolah Louis Charles; grandsons, Loubenz Louis Charles, Lekanson Louis and Junio Louis; great granddaughters, Meolah Rigaud, Bianca Benjamin and Withnarlie Zidor; great grandson, Sanders Louis Charles; niece, Sherline Oreus; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose on Friday, September 2, 2011, at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, from 7-8 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday, September 3, 2011, at 9:45 a. m. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., L. F.D. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADmONAL SERVICE" MR. ALLEN MORRIS 'MR. AL' MCKINNON Homegoing celebration for Mr. Allen Morris "Mr. AI" McKinnon of Tampa, who passed away Tuesday, August 23, 2011, will be held Saturday, September 3, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church, 1605 N. Nebraska Avenue, with the Pastor, Elder Theodis Lane, officiating. Interment will be held Tuesday, September 6, 2011, at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Mr. McKinnon was preceded in death by his mother, Judy McKinnon; father, Cornelius McKinnon; sister, Linda; daughter, Judith; and nephew, Genavies. He is survived by: his wife, Lydia; and family members, Tony (Darlene), Ronnie, Renae, Tasha, Angela (Gene), and Will and wife, Jet; loving sister, Cathy Brown; nephews, Israel and Sid Brown and Demetrius McKinnon; niece, Justice Brown; uncles, Bishop Sylvester McKinnon, Jr. (Dorothy), Howard McKinnon, Rev. James McKinnon (Juanita) and Gary McKinnon; aunts, Sylvia Lockett (Napolian), Janie Johnson (Timothy), Maxine Bowers (John) and Janet Sigh (Elder Odea); special grandchildren, TJ, Heaven and Miracle; a host of other children and grandchildren; special caregivers, Christine Bucklon, Yoeslin Martinez and Hospice Nurses; along with countless other family and friends whom will all miss him dearly. Mr. McKinnon was born in Trenton, New Jersey and raised in Tampa. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. After graduation, he attended college for a short while in St. Petersburg, FL. He joined the United States Army and fought in the Viet Nam War; obtaining an honorable discharge. He worked for and was a member of Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church and also worked at St. Peter Claver School until retirement, where he was loved and respected by many. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p. m., Friday, September 2, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a.m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MS. IREOTHA BORDERS TOOMBS Homegoing celebration for Ms. Ireotha Borders Toombs of Tampa who passed away Sunday, August 28, 2011 at Melech Hospice of Temple Terrace will be held Saturday, September 3, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with the Reverend W. D. Sims, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. lreotha Borders Toombs began her life on October 4, 1945, in Greenwood, FL. She was born to the late Clinton Borders, Sr. and Earnestine Garrett Borders. Ms. Toombs leaves behind: three children, Joseph L. Toombs, Jr., Treotha Toombs McCauley (Frank) and James Toombs (Joyce). She also leaves: four siblings, 1 sister, Christine McGriff (Willis) of Copperas Cove, TX, and 3 brothers, J. B. Borders of Greenwood, FL, Clinton Borders, Jr. of Leesburg, FL, and Lyndon B. Borders of Copperas Cove, TX; 16 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and many dear friends. Ms. Toombs will be missed, never forgotten and always remembered. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p.m., Friday, September 2, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" WWW wilson-funeralhome.com MEMORIES ANNIE MAE WIMBUSH It's been 8 years since you've been gone and it's still hard to move on. We love you and miss you dearly. Gone, but never forgotten. Love: Nazrine, Bessie, Alberta, Mary Ann, Lonnie, Sheila and Lois; grands, Kivaughn, Devon and Deuntarious; great grands, Kivaughn, Jr., Dayonna, Brandi, Brandon, Jr. and Kiyrra;othergrandchildren and great grands. Love you, Mama. MEMORIAM SHARON CLOUDEN SYLVESTER AFTERGLOW I'd like the memory of me to be a happy one. I'd like to leave an afterglow of smiles when day is gone. I'd like to leave an echo whispering softly down the ways, of happy times and laughing times, and bright and sunny days. I'd like the tears of those ivho grieve to dry before the sun, of happy memories that I leave when life is done. IN LOVING MEMORY Sharon Clouden Sylvester was born: August 1, 1966, in Port Of Spain, Trinidad. She entered into rest August 11, 2011, in Hampton, Georgia Graveside services for Sharon Clouden Sylvester will be held at 9 a. m., Saturday, September 3, 2011, at Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, 2323 W. Brandon Blvd., Brandon, FL. Final Resting Places: In the arms of God and the hearts of those who loved her. ALEX KENT AMIKER In loving memories of devoted father and son, Alex Kent Amiker. From: your sons, Fred, Alex, Jr.; and daughter Alexis. We already miss you! It was just a little over a year since Granddad passed and I remember you saying, "Dad I'm going to miss you." Now today I'm saying those same words. I really enjoyed all the time we spent together at football games, dinner, movies, etc. Everyone knew you as "Big Kid." But, I knew you as "Dad" and looked up to you. People always said great thing about you, Dad. You were a great man and I will always remember that and always look up to you. Please join us on Saturday, September 03, 2011, at 3=30 p. m. at 5205 South Stst Street, Tampa, 33619, for a memorial celebration for my Dad. Or contact, Hattie Miller at (813)-677-4816. Love, Frederick Amiker and Family. . to U'l'-' ''-''. Cl. Youi-e riotjusrorir client; youre ottr bo$. Z . 3 -.. We ftinend5, we don't sell them. ..... .. IUs our tohonor your Wishes and . respect y()ur budget . 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke we part of this community. e supportmg our netghbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is hnportant to you, and you don't desetve to be rushed. 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Memoriams/Cards of Thanks N a: w CD :2 w 1-(l. w CJ) > <( c a: u.. c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::;) 1-w > w c w ::z::: en ::i CD ::;) (l. z i= w ..J ..J ::1 CD ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u.. <( I N N w (!J VERDA HAMILTON CLIFFORD THOMAS Dec. 24, 1936 -Sept. 6, 1993 Sept. 18, 1953 -Sept. to, 1997 Words can't express how much we love and miss each of you. Your Family. IN MEMORY OF MRS. WILLIE BEA HALL 'August 26, 2007' It has been four years since you left us. We miss you so much. Wilbert and Juanita Williams, Vanita Lynn Hall, grand and great grandchildren, and other family and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SHARON SLAYMON DIGGS 9/4/1953-12/11/02 I'm living underneath a cloudless sky, drinking at the fountain that never runs dry. Feasting on the manna from the bountiful supply. Miss and love you. Gregg and son, Austin Diggs; mother, Geneva Slaymon; sister and brother, Paulette and Carl; and entire family. IN MEMORIAM DOROTHY CAR WISE MALLARD 9/3/1930 -2/21/2009 Happy 8tst birthday, Momma. We wish you were here with us. Your place is in heaven now. \Ve love and miss you so much. Your presence will always be felt in our hearts. From your daughter, Linda Cotney, and family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF TAMMY THOMAS Jan. 14, 1961-Sept. 4, 2002 BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM HENRYL. BELL, SR. 1939-2005 "The tree oflife is known by its fruits." Bell Family., IN MEMORY OF YOU ON YOUR BIRTHDAY. JOHN FRANCIS BELL September 1, 1936 -July 22, 2006 Five years ago we had to say goodbye. We hold memories in our hearts that will never leave. Our love is forever. Love: your wife, Vickie; children, Mike, Karl and Cheryl; and family and friends. Earth Has No Sorrow, That Heaven Cannot Heal. ISAAC WOODS Oct. 13, 1905 -Sept. 3, 2005 BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. MARVIN WARREN 9/t/62-12/7/02 Happy birthday. Love always, CeCe, DeDe, Don and Baby. CARD OF THANKS MR. GREENE (BUDDY) BROOKINS, JR. The family of Mr. Greene (Buddy) Brookins, Jr., would like to say thanks to all family members, friends and neighbors for their acts of kindness and prayers rendered during our time of bereavement. A special thanks to: The Center For Manifestation Worldwide Church, Minister Timothy Judkins and The Upshaw Singers. May God continue blessing our family, friends and neighbors abundantly. ANDREA HAMILTION 0-1:. 8, 1962 -Sept. 3 2009 CARD OF THANKS MR. JOE HENRY LEGGETI Our sincere thanks to each of you for all kindness shown during the loss of our loved one. Your calls, flowers, food and monetary gift are all very much appreciated. May God's blessings be with you always. From, the Leggett and Meteye Family. Crime Authorities "eleastr.Name 01 Murder Victim The Hillsborough county Sheriffs Office is jnvestigating a murder that occurred at the Lazy Acres Mobile Home Park; 1401,1 Nebraska AvenlJ,e on JUly 25th. r : ; ( The offense occurred at 3:39 a. m., and detectives said someone driving an .. older model, 4-door Ikxus was seen parked in the frpnt of 46-year-old Ayhan's home. The vehicle waS as white wit h wssibly chrome strip separating the two-tone colors. An unkpoivn Black male was seen : ariving out of the park in that vehicle. A suspect driving a se cond vehic;le, described as a gold or brown mini.van or SUV 'that. sat low to the Wit!h lighrs, may have also been involved. _, Anyone with information on the suspects or the suspect vehicies is asked to. call (813) 247-8200 hr Ciiine Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477 ;

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Crimes Second Suspect Charged In Holidav Shooting NAJEE RUSSELL ... Arrested August 4th A second teenager has been charged in a holiday shooting that left a college student injured. The shooting took place at an apartment com plex clubhouse. According to police, on December 30th, more than 200 people were attending a party at the Waterford Apartments Clubhouse, 4733 N. Waters Avenue, in Wesley Chapel. At some point, some one began discharging a gun and the attendees fled. One of the bullets struck 19-year-old Eric Jerrod Allen, a student at Florida A & M University in the head. Police arrested Edjarick Quantavis Johnson, 17, and 16-year-old Najee .... Arrested January 19th M _arquis Russell in con nection with the shooting Johnson was arrested January 19th and charged with shooting into an occupied building, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and improper exhibition of a firearm. He is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail on a $85,000 bond. Russell was arrested August 4th and charged with shooting into an occupied building, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and being a minor in possession of a firearm. He is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail on a $90,500 bond. Ex-Student Arrested For Bomb Threat To Face. Adult Charges JARED MICHAEL CANO .. will be tried as an adult The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office has decided that a teenager charged with a plot to blow up a high school will face adult charges. The former student has been in custody since he was arrested last month. Jared Michael Cano, 17, was being held at the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. However, he will be remanded to the Hillsborough County Jail after a warrant is executed on the adult charges Mark Cox, spokesman for the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office said, After a careful review of the crime, evidence, and interviews, it was determined that adult charges against Mr. Cano were warranted. The State Attorney's Office will have no further comment at this time." -UNCLE SANDY ... When you spend your time 8, 10, 19, 22 trying to make a fool 25, 28, 30, 31 of others, usually the real fool33, 35, 38,40 turns out to be you 44, 47, 49, 51. ., 6 Man Shot During Alleged Drug Deal Man Charged With Sexual DEANDRE ADAMS Tampa Police have arrested a 20-year-old in a shooting incident that occurred Wednesday night. According to reports, Antonio Butler, 31, and Deandre Adams, 20, were involved in an alleged drug transaction at 12th Street and Eskimo Avenue at 11:30 p. m .. Police said during the trans action, Adams allegedly shot Butler in the buttocks. He sustained non-life threatening injuries and was transported to a local hospital. Adams was arrested and charged with aggravated bat tery. He is being held under a bond of $22,500. Banerv After Anacking woman Tampa Police have arrested a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman on August nth. According to the report, a woman was walking home from KoKois Bar but stopped at the Sunoco Station at 34th Street and East Hillsborough When she left the g a s station and walked past F air Oaks Park, police said she was approached by a man from behind. The man reportedl y gr a bb e d her a round the neck and dra g ged her into the park where he sex ua]l y assault ed her. On Monday night, police arrested Gregory Weaver, 38 charging him GREGORY with armed WEAVER sexual bat-tery, kidnapping possession of marijuana, posses s ion of drug parapherna lia and an unrel a ted charg e of burglar y of a n unoccupi e d conve y ance Woman Charged With Hining Pregnant Granddaughter Earlier this week, Tampa Police arrested a 70-year-old woman and charged her with hitting her granddaughter. According to the report, Ola Correa and her grand daughter, Joshe Correa, 21, have lived together for 13 years. On Tues.day night, Ms. Correa and her granddaughter got into ari argument about her being pregnant. During the argument, police said Ms. Correa grabbed J osbe by the face and pushed her backwards. She then reportedly hit Joshe 2 to 3 times in the face with her fist. Police said when Josbe tried to leave, OLA Ms. Correa CORREA picked up a red broom handle _and started moving toward Josbe, who allegedly fled to a: nearby store and called police Ms. Correa is being held without bond on the charge. 24 Hours -Directly Across From Jail 1520 Onent Road Tampa, FL 33619 www.orientroadbailbonds.com -Reward For Any Information Leading To The Capture Of These Individuals 008:02/20/1972 $1 ,000 Reward Jones DOB: 02/28/1966 Reward Offered uglas AKA: Laronda Roberson 008: 07 Reward Offered Bivinsky James Freeman Jr. DOB: 00/11/1986 AKA: ''Black Boy" $800.00 Reward . . -. . . .......... ; .... ;g G) m 1\) w I )>

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,.... ,... 0 C\1 Pres. Obama Faces Historic Disrespect From Political Peers C\1 a: w By Karen Hunter President Barack W Obama asked to deliver his IC. w (/) c a: LL. economic speech to the joint session of Congress next Wednesday. House Speaker John Boehner, told him no. He'll have to do it on the 8th. Boehner cited a sched uling conflict, but the real "conflict" appears to be the GOP presidential debate scheduled for the same date. The president has been forced to capitulate -and will now have to compete with the opening night of the NFL season for viewers. What may seem like a minor slight underscores the crux of the problem in Washington: A blatant, sus tained and unabashed disre spect of the president of the United States of America. And it is historic. Never in our nation's his tory has a president been publicly denied access to the chamber for an address, ac-cording to the House histoC rian. This is just the latest in a: a string of eyebrow-raising LL. C and even historic slights. z And for those who want to < say it's just partisan politics as usual, or just the kind of C thing that goes with being an ffi unpopular president, let's consider a few lowlights: > a: w > w c w ::I: (/) ::::i a:l ::::: c. z i= w ...J ...J ::::: a:l ...J w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...J LL. The "You lie!" shout dur ing the president's speech on health care reform before the joint session of Congress in Sept. 2009 The recent posturing, walk-outs, and tantrums thrown over the debt ceiling debate, which eventually led to our country's credit being downgraded. Newt Gingrich referring to the president as "the food stamp president" and saying that Pres. Obama "knows how to get the whole country to resemble Detroit." Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn who supposedly enjoys a warm relationship with the president, saying he doesn't think Pres. Obama wants to destroy the coun try, but "his intent is to cre ate dependency because it worked so well for him as an African-American male" who "received tremendous advantage from" welfare programs. Congressman Mitch McConnell's bold procla mation that he wants to be Senate Majority Leader to make sure that Pres. Obama is a one-term pres ident. Rush Limbaugh saying that he wants to see this president fail. (Note: Limbaugh has modified that statement to say he meant his "policies." But when it was said, it was less than a year into Obama's presi dency and he was still clean ing up the mess from the previous president's poli cies, which Limbaugh had very little to say about dur ing the Bush era). Former Fox News host Glenn Beck declaring on the air that the president "hates white people" and "the white culture." Television personality Donald Trump's over the-top taunting of the pre sident, hyping unprecedented demands to see the president 's birth certificate. The shouts of "We want our country back! by the Tea Party. And the frequent habit of not calling the president by his proper honorific: "President Obama", rather than just "Obama" by quite a few elected officials, pundits and others. This negative "attention" that this president seems to attract cuts across partisan lines. Even before he took office, Joe Biden referred to him as the first "clean, ar ticulate" African-American candidate. (Which we assume was meant as a com pliment). And let's not forget Bill Clinton, who chalked up Pres. Obama's win in South Carolina to being similar to Jesse Jackson's wins there in the 8os and then had the audacity to cry foul, saying the race card was played on him when Pres. Obama supporters called him out. There was also his Senate mentor Joe Lieberman, who blocked the public option in the health care bill. And the near-deafening si lence by high-ranking De mocrats, including Senate leader Harry Reid, while all of this is going on. The question among some of us who love this country and want to see it succeed is what is all of this really all about? Because it just seems as if there is a pissing con test going on, but the only ones getting wet are the American people; many of whom are suffering through the worst economy of their lives. Some may call this ob structionism. But I think there's something else going on here. Now I'm' not saying it's racism. But if it quacks like a duck and walks like a duck. .. At the very least it's unAmerican. Because while all of this is going on, Ameri cans are suffering. This shouldn't be about President Obama. All535 lawmakers who were sent to Washington to make a dif ference must ask themselves this question: is opposing everything this president does for the sake of opposi tion, or worse for a more in sidious reason, helping this nation get back on her feet? If the answer is no, then they need to knock it off. And if they're not going to do it, it's time for the silent majority to do it for them: Enough is enough! FREE programmable thermostat FREE energy audit Eight FREE energy-saving light bulbs UFE RUNS ON ENERGY*

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Kickon Celebration For Moderator candidate Sims A kickoff celebration was held at St. Matthew M B. Church for Rev. W. D. Sims, who is a candidate for Moderator of the Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Association. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Rev. W. D. and Mrs. Arsie Sims enjoy the kickoff celebration. Team supporters Dorothy Coleman and Patricia Walker. The proud mother of Rev. W. D. Sims, Mrs. Emmeral Lattimer. City Councilman Frank Reddick was also in attendance. Sabrina Mitchell Larry and Valerie Johnson were also a part of sharing encouraging the "Team With A Dream." words. Rev. Willie Beckham and Rev. Tony Harris, on the front pew, were also there to support the candidate. Deaconess Carolyn Taylor. Deacon Charlie Ball also joined the team. Niecki Lewis was among those cheering her pastor on during the celebration. Rev. Huey Stratford and Rev. Roland Oliver were in town for the kickoff celebration. The "Team With A Dream" also included Gioria Castillo and Deaconess Patricia Ball. Wayne Bright and Esther Badger represented Wilson Funeral Home staff. T h e Voices of Inspiration inspired the audienee.

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Feature N' a: w m ::l: w .... a. w en Son Of Educators Turns His life Around ><( c a: LL. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Gilbert Brinson grew up more fortunate than most He came from a great family. His father, the late Professor Grant Brinson, was one of the first African Amer ican principals in Hillsbor ough County. Brinson said both of his parents passed before he fin ished high school, and as an only child, he started selling drugs. "I was still attending high school at the time, and actu ally attended Florida A&M University where I got even deeper into drug dealing. "I was involved in the band, track and field, and other things. I gave all that away to be a drug dealer. I C had problems with authorities, and knew I needed to c change my life." Z After spending time in CC state and federal correctional institutions, Brinson said he decided to let God take over his life. .,_ "I got with Pastor Tony Parker at St. John Cathedral w and he gave me guidance and Gj a lot of support, I've also c worked with other pastors in W the area." ::z::: en Among the activities :::i Brinson has gotten involved in are mentoring with TyD. rone Keys and Pastor Ken z iii ...I ...I ::::) m ...I w z i= z w en cc c a: 0 ...I LL. m I C\1 w C!J GILBERT BRINSON Muldrow of All Sports Com munity Services, and volun teering his time at the HOPE Center as well as Computer Mentors. "I hope by telling young people my story it will help them turn their lives round. "It's a battle, but because I've done what they're doing, they listen to me. They trust me, because I speak their lan guage and can identify with all the excuses for why you keep doing what you're doing." Brinson said he spends a lot of time talking to his 5 children, trying to make sure they don't make the same mistakes he's made. "There are no friends on the streets. People may say they're your friend, but when it comes time to prove it, they are never there. I found that out myself. "Make sure the decisions you make are the right ones and won't bring hardship on others." Journev Through Historv On Two Tanks 01 Gas The Barber Shop where Dr. King got his haircuts in Montgomery. The corner of Lee and Montgomery Street is where Mrs. Rosa Parks was arrested in 1956. BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer It took nearly 20 years, but the long awaited Martin Luther King Memorial in Washington D. C. is now re ality. The monument opened to the public a week ago. A special dedication ceremony was set to take place on Sun day, but Hurricane Irene forced those plans to be post poned. The monument is now a "must-see" for people around the world; but to take in the full scope of Dr. King's legacy, residents of our area only need to drive north. The city of Atlanta is Dr. King's birthplace, burial and home to the King National Historic Site on Auburn Avenue. However, the city of Montgomery, Alabama is the place where Dr. King devel oped into the man and leader we've come to know. Outside the King home in Montgomery-the Johnson family: _Ish, Tameca, Kyndall and Ish, III. A walk through the down town area of Montgomery is monumental. The over whelming sense of history, in particular Black American history, almost overtakes you. There's the Rosa Parks Museum, complete with a reenactment of that cold December night when Mrs Parks was arrested for defy ing the Jim Crow bus segre gation laws. A landmark on the comer of Lee and Mont gomery Streets shows the spot where it happened. There's Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, (renamed Dexter Avenue King Baptist) the first and only church where Dr. King served as Senior Pas:.. tor. That church is also where the Montgomery Bus Boycott was formed in 1955, leading to the end of bus segregation in Montgomery a year later. Just over a miie away sits the home that Dr. King shared with his wife, Coretta and children. That same house was bombed dur ing the bus boycott in a failed attempt to scare Dr. King and Montgomery's Black community into submission. Still standing just a block away is the barber shop where Dr. King got his hair cut. His barber is alive today The city of Montgomery has numerous historic sites and restauran,ts for visitors to explore and enjoy. The drive from Tampa to Montgomery takes about two tanks of gas, but you may find it's a journey worth taking in the name of history. (Pictures Courtesy: Ishmon Johnson) Photography, Graphics, eBay, Data Security, and Liberal Arts Courses Arts, History, Political Science, Humanities, Science, Literature and more! (IJJI Lecture Series Social Events UNIVERSITY OF SQj]fH FLORIDA UNIVERSITY COLL Fall Open House Tuesday, Sept 13, 9:,30.a.m. Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Rd. Tampa: Call813-97 4-8036 or email ollivol@gmail.com to reserve space. Find out more at www.usfseniors.org/05 USF is an EO/EA lnstllutlon 1VJ 2403

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All About You! Happy Belated Birthday Wish Happy Birthday c, FRANCESCARSVVELL 9-1-37 Mother, for your love, your support and your patience, we thank you. From, your kids and grandkids. Happv Birthdav VICKIE And RICKEY VICKIE And RICKEY Happy birthday to my Budha. It's your day! I give thanks for you being in my life. You have restored that in which was once lost, but now is found. That which makes a man is his : faith in someone whom he loves and cherishes. Love, your Budha Ricky. Happy Birthday MR. And MRS. CAMPBELL My love for you is a journey which starts at forever and ends at never. Happy birthday to the love of my life. You are the most preciou s possession God has blessed my soul with. Love you always, Ms. Lady #1 Campbell "Chetta". From your better half, "Willie." JUWANAnd JAZMINE WILSON Happy 16th birthday on September1,2011.VVelove you! Mom dad and J effrey. TERIAAMOUR SKINNER September a This birthday wish goes out to a beautiful daughter, mom, goddaughter, sister, auntie, granddaughter, niece and friend, Teria. VV e love you very much and wish you many more! Love: mom (Tonia), son (Master Henry, V), and all your relatives in Florida, Ohio, Arizona, North Car olina and Georgia, to name a few! JUWAN And JAZMINE WILSON Happy Birthday, Twins JAKAYLA And JAKYLA m ., -1 m s: OJ m JJ N 0 _... _... ., r 0 c )> en m z ::! z m r OJ c: rr m ::! z ., c: OJ r c;; ::::1:. m c m < m Happy birthday wishes go out to Fat and Ky-Ky. Oh, how time flies, seems like yesterday you were babies, now you're -1 young ladies. ffi Happy 13th birthday twins. en Love, mommy and daddy. )> z c ., JJ c The Florida Department of Health Free presents: ..... The 5th Annual "A Day of Pampering" for Women Only Saturday, October 15, 2011 8:30 .am 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 adu -lts 18 years of age and older! 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.hillscountyhealth.org DEADUNE: September 30, 2011 Special Gift to flrst 200 f DA. DEPARTMENT Of HEALTH

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All About You! Happy 98th Binhdav Mama, Grandma, Nana, Miss Jessie JESSIE LEE MCKINNEY Happy birthday to Jessie Lee McKinney of Progress Village, who is celebrating her 98th birthday. God has blessed her with many happy years in her lifetime. Her kind and caring spirit has made a difference in so many c of the lives that she has touched. She is truly blessed and a: highly favored. u.. Today, September 2nd, Carl, Rosemary, Ronald and Jacqueline (Jack) wish her a happy birthday. Thanks for
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., :c ther said to his son, do not words That Make ADiHerence When growing up it was not uncommon to hear grandmothers and other eld erly people in the church to say things that didn't make too much sense. Now that I am older I have found myself repeating some of those old sayings. After reading the Bible from Genesis to Revelations it became clear that some of those sayings had biblical reference. The difference between the days of the Old Testa ment and today is the person making the statements From reading this week's les son from Proverbs 3:1-12, we can see how times have changed. Verse one of the chapter opens with the words my son, do not forget the words that I teach you but keep the commands in your heart. In biblical days it was the father who spent time with his son to teach him the ora cles and commands of God. It was the father's duty and responsibility to make sure that he deposited within his son, words of wisdom and knowledge. The words that the fathet spoke to the son had a spe cific purpose and were full of power The words that the father spoke into the life of the son would prolong his life and bring him prosperity (vs. 2). It would be wonder ful if more fathers now could speak words that would pro long life and bring prosperity to their lives. Since the time has changed and fathers are not speaking into the life of their sons or daughters as in the days of old, mothers must make sure that the words and commands being spoken in the ears and heart of chil-BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." dren are good, bring long life and prosperity. The words that will be a blessing to the children are found in verse 5: Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not to your own understanding. This is a very powerful message that children (young and old) need to hear today. With all the educa tional attainments and finan cial prosperity, there are many people trusting in themselves and their own ac complishments. The church must take heed to the words of wisdom from the days of old. People must get back to putting their trust in God and not in man. People must realize that while they are trying to figure their problems out, God has already worked them out. The father further ad vised the son that in all his ways he should acknowledge God and He would direct his path (vs. 6). How can a per son not have long life and be blessed as a result of ac knowledging God and allow ing Him to direct his paths? God knows where to take you and how to get you to your destination. The father provides the St Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S. Sherrill Street Pt. Tampa, Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263 "Reaching 7he Las t With !he Message Of The Cros.> Oi jesus Sunday School -8:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-10 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 P.M. Call Prayer Line: Sunday 8P.M.-9P.M. 1-610-214-0200 Access Code: 391053 & # Transportation ServicesAvailab f e UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M; Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED son with more information that will help him trust the Lord. Following God is the key to the blessings of life. The more faith and trust the believer puts in God, the better life will be. As with all good things there are some bad. Just as the people want the blessings of God, they must also en dure the chastisement of God. A lot of people want to get angry with God because they did wrong and had to be chastised But the wise fa-NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WILliAMS Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55A. M Sunday Morning Worship 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 A. M. Wed., Family Night-7 P .M. For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minist despise the chastisement of en God (vs. 11). The reason given for not despising the chastisement is that God chastises those He loves. :C That reminds me of that .!" saying of old, "I am beating you 'cause I love you! The chastisement of God is not to destroy you, but to save you. God chastises you because He wants you to live a long prosperous life. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7:50a.m. Sunday School 9:45a.m. Morning Worship 10 :50 a.m. TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6:30p. m Life Enrichment University Visit our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@fbcch.org Morning Worship 11:00 YPWW -6:0. 0 P.M. Evening Worship 7 :00P.M. N c ... ... ., r 0 :B c > (/) m z :::! z m r llJ c: r r m :::! z c: llJ r c;; m c m < m :c < c: m (/) c > z c ., :B c ):lo < TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service C) 7:00P.M m ==== llJ

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0 Loca Nl-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sl Peter Claver School Board And Associates At Their 'Back To School' Board Meeting The St. Peter Claver Catholic School Board and Associates gathered a few days > before the school year began to prepare for this yearis group of incoming students. Seated, front row-L-R: Luella Carrington, Belinda Wilson, Julie Jenkins 0: (Development Director), Art Raimos and Frances Sykes. LL Second row-L-R: Mike Jensen (Vice President), Atty. Kaydell Wright Douglas, Ruth D. Bell, Wilma Warren (Ex-Officio), Sister Maria Babatunde, Principal; < Harold Jackson, Secretary; Father Hugh Chikawe, Pastor; Sonja Garcia, President; > Harriet Harris (Ex-Officio); and Molbert Scrivens, Ex-Officio; Members not pictured: Deacon John Alvarez, Dr. Cora Dunkley, Richard en Gonzmart, Dolores Mcintosh, Mary Pinheiro and Curtis Stokes. (PHOTO BY BRUNSON) .... i;: w > w c w ::I: en :::i m :: D. z i= w ...J ...J :: m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL. m I <.0 w ll[l!ffti11C i!fJIB .. ------MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue *(Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship-11 a m Evening Worship -5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7:30 p .m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPDST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progress Blvd. Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office: (813) an-1948 Pastor's Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Office: (813) an-5988 Fax: (813) 672 0514 E-Mall: fbcopv@tampabay rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior T eachlng Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30AM. & 10:55 A.M. 4:1i:i!Jiil!al!ft Sunday 9 :45AM. Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youth/ Children 7 :30 P.M. Adult A Campus For Bible Institute 'Gra.Ying The Chtrch For Global Change' (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 :8) Holv Outreach For Christ Church Hosts Conference Holy Outreach For Christ House Of God Assembly held a recent conference with several participants from the community. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Pastor Ala Faye Nelson Vickers addresses the attendees. Veronica Booth attended the conference. HERITAGE CHRIS11AN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN,. Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. &.11 A.M. Sunday School A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. Charles Ford was in charge of the offering. Elder Eddie Bellamy of Columbia, South Carolina was the guest speaker. New Testanad B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, Fl33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9:30 A M Sun. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study 'Saving The SlnnetS And Educating The 88/levetS' t Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. Phil. 4 ;13

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Social August Birthday Celebrants We send belated birthday wishes to Ja'liyah Wilkerson and Kymoli Wilkerson, who celebrated their special day in August. These wishes are sent from grand mother, Kym Hessing. A belated birthday wish is also sent to Angela Gilmore, who celebrated her day on August 25, she is the sister of Kym Hessing. Wow! On August 24, 2011, Mr. Simeon Brown cele brated his 8151 birthday! This wish comes from your friends and may the Lord bless you with many more birthdays. Other belated August birthday celebrants are: Annie Gaston, Nekeva Hamilton and Christina Guida. September Birthday Celebrants The birthstone this month CHURCH BISHOP CLAYTON" FERGUSON, JR. And PASTOR & ELDER DOROTHY FERGUSON Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Worship .....,.r,, .... ,,.. 11 A.M. Evening Service 6 P.M Wednesday: Bible Study 7 P.M. Friday Youth Evangelist Night ?P.M. is the Sapphire and the flower is the Aster. Happy birthday to the September celebrants: Verna Robinson (9/12), Brittany Cannon (9/21), Kym Hessing (9/27), Kevin Burkes (9/27), and Gloria MeN air-Johnson (9/29). Also celebrating their natal day this month are: Ora Roberts, Ann Wiggs, Joe Nix, Shirley Griffen, Mary D. Williams, Hattie Byrd-White, Lucille Walker-Oats (Concord, CA), Thelma NappierLivingston (Sacramento CA), Audrey Lewis Acosta, Thelma Singleton, Ray Balthazar, Tameka Harris, Roy Weisenberger, Eric Allen, Lydia Campbell, Ron Muller, Kim Seymore, Ingrid Flannery, Yumary Montsalvo, Judy Badillo, Robert Rosenberg, Stephen Williams, Samuel Walker, Ginger Sasser, NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 uftlllllli_, Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9 :30AM Morning Worship. 10 :45 A M Bible Class 4 :3b P M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 : 30 P. SERVICE TIMES Sunday School -10 A. M. Moming Service-11 :30 A. M Evening Service-7:30 P. M. Bible Study -Tuesday Evening Bible Band-7:30 P. M. Gregory Rouse, Quintillian B. Lott, Sandra Eaton, Peaches High, Safee-Ullah, Ronald Cogmon, Thomas 0'Dennis, Wayne Mayweather, Jr., Barbara Parson, Leah R. Thompson, Joseph Abrams, III, Marquis Thompson and David Kennedy. May each of your natal days and years to come be fulfilled with joy, peace and love and may the Lord con tinue to bless you with many more. Congratulations Congratulations to a new arrival, Briana McLendon, who is now 2 weeks old. She is the daughter of Benjare McLendon, who is currently serving his coun try in Afghanistan Sick And Shut-Ins Everyone needs prayer not only the sick and shut ins: Mary Lucille Turner, Mozelle Debose, Marie Benson, Geneva Lucas, Beryl Wilson, Eloise Leeks, Dorothy Wilder, Vinnie Williams and Lucille Moore. Dr. Arthur T. Jones has been sick off and on and the community would like to GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N. 37th St 248,3779 Early Morning Worship -8 A.M. Sunday School -9:30 A.M. MomingWorship -10:50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 'llwrsday Evening -YPWW-7:30 P. M 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry7:30 P. M send prayers, best wishes and encouragement to him and his family. In Need Of Prayer Let's pray for traveling grace for Mrs. Ann Harris, as she travels to Alabama to spend some time with her mother, who is re cuperating from surgery Sympathy Our condolences are ex tended to Mrs. Hattie Miller and family in the passing of their loved one, Mr. Alex "Kent" Amiker, Sr. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and greeting cards to Florida in mates write to: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa, FL, 336890402. Home Deliveries If there is anyone inter ested in having home deliv eries of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin in Progress Village and the surrounding areas, J< please call Mr. Westley at en (813) 248-0724. -f m Thought For Today aJ "Constant and determined effort breaks down all resist-N ance and sweeps away all ob-stacles." _... Scripture (Corinthians 12:13) "For by one Spirit we are all baptized into one body, whether we be Jews or Gen tiles whether we be bond andfree; and have been all made to drink into one Spirit." F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 741-9760. Let's keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers. ..... Let's also keep our service men and women lifted up as they continue to protect our 5 country. :!:! Let's pray for the home-52 less and the people far and .near, that are less fortunate than we are. Z Call your news into Glo-::::! ria MeN air-Johnson at her NEW number (813) 735-1 7968. rrm ::::! z sundav SChill-----1:15 a.m. larnlng Wai'slllp ....... '"_ .. ; ....... .. ,;.:, ... __ 11 i.m. "tJ c: aJ r-(j) :::1: m c Praver Slnlce, TuesdaJ.--.... ....,.._..., 8 p.m. Awalla Btble StUdY. TueidaJ 8!31 Bible StldJ, 1 p.m. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Comer St. IX ""UII-nn ... ll Phone: (813) 248:.:37370r(813)248 ,Fax:442-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop. Eddla. ilewut; Sr .. P-astor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEQUl! '8:00 A M. Sf:>it:mal . 9:45A.M. Sunday SchooL/ QieritatiQn 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd.And SIQ 12:00 Noon tWmesrctav: s :so P. M. Free ttitortar . 6:45 P. M. Adult &Youth Mid V\. EmaiiU$At:: M ... Stat ment $$10h ... El . ; J "kaJurch of the innt)r citY t/J8 CcmmtJI?ily byminl$ferfngrot1Je whole man." autreOOi MlnisJJY: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA m z c c

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0 Local N a: UJ CD :!E UJ 1-a.. UJ en Communitv Turns Out To Help With Jackson House Restoration C On August 6, 2011, more than 50 people, some elected offi-ff: cials, joined Willie Robinson, Jr. in the r es toration of the historic Jackson House. c a: LL The Jackson House was left to Robinson by his late moth er, Mrs. Sarah Jackson-Robinson. Thanks to th e efforts of the community and a representative from Bracken Engineering, the project began with the removal of trees and other items from the property. c""""'"-----z From left to right: City Councilman Frank Reddick, Willie a: UJ > UJ c UJ J: en :::i CD ::J a. z UJ ...J ...J ::J CD ...J UJ z z UJ en ( From left to right: Aswad Hodges, Robert Scott, Jr. and 0: Curtis Brown. 0 ...J LL CD I co UJ (!) Jl. EY -AT-LAW In this group photo are Oeft to right, front row): Jetie B. Wilds, Sam Jones and son, Robert Scott, Sr. Gerald William, Willie Robinson, Jr., Sen. Arthenia L. J'oyner, Pat Spencer, Gloria Philmore, and Matt Depin. Second row, left to right: James Green, Councilman Frank Reddick, Marlow Blair, William Cade, Ron Cherry, and Mike DuPree. From left to right: Belinda Carson Roberts, James Richard Carson, Robinson, Patricia Carson Bates, and Gwenda Carson. From left to right: Willie Robinson, Jr. Sen. Arthenia Joyner, and Johnnie Sanders. 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA uan .. un. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborougb8ouncy Prosecutor-Deputy hief (813) 387-7724 "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 13) 248-1921

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0 a: LL. 0 z <( 0 en w ::J 1-w > w 0 w ::I:' (/J ::::i m ::J a.. z j:: w ..J ..J ::J m ..J w z j:: z w (/J a: 0 ..J LL. m I 0 ,... By TONIA TURNER Are you ready for some football? I certainly hope so, "cause the Tampa Bay Buccaneers officially start the season on Sunday, September nth against the Detroit Lions. The best thing about football, besides watching the game, is tailgating with delicious food and tasty drinks. So whether hosting fans at home or celebrating at the stadium, start by drafting a roster of easy-to-prepare snacks like chips and salsa or veggies with dip. Just make sure to have a yummy variety to hold ravenous receivers over until halftime. Now for the tailgate MVP: mini pulled pork sandwiches. This tiny take on a familiar fa vorite makes for perfect handoffs to your hungry crowd. Here's the game plan: Homemade pulled pork is easy. Just marinate pork shoulder in a spicy-sweet mus-tard mixture, then cook slowly until fork-tender. While the pork cooks make homemade buns. The Wilton Whoopie Pie Pan makes perfect petite buns for the pork. Kick off the process with frozen bread dough rolls and ac cent with a sprinkling of sesame seeds before baking. Assemble the sandwiches, or set out the fixings and fans can help themselves. Top off with pickles and pennant-shaped picks. Run out the game clock with Chocolate Kicker Cereal Treats, a surefire way to bring your team to the end zone. From The Family & Staff Of 'G JOHN'S AlABAMA BBQ Yf(, We Would Like To Welcome The Kids Back To School And We Thank You For A Wonderful 44 Years! Ho urs: Monday-Thursday 10: 00 A.M .-9: 00P.M. F r iday-Saturday 10 : 00 A M -11: 00 P.M. Closed Sunday WiFi Access Available To Customers During With Us. WE E SMOKii:Nf See Cashier 3608 N. 1 Sth (Corner Of lake) Mini Pulled Pork Sandwiches For Pork: 1 onion, chopped 6 cloves garlic, peeled 1 jalapeno pepper, seeded, chopped 3/4 cup apple cider vinegar 1j2 cup ketchup 1/3 cup molasses 1/4 cup Dijon mustard 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 2 teaspoons chili powder 2 teaspoons paprika 1 tablespoon salt 1 quart water 4 pounds pork shoulder roast, trimmed of excess fat DIRECTIONS: In bowl of food processor, combine all ingredients except pork and water; process until smooth. Pour over pork shoulder, turning to coat on all sides. Marinate at least 3 hours or overnight. In large pot, mix pork, marinade and water. Bring to simmer over low heat Cook covered 2-1/2 to 3 hours or until pork pulls apart easily with a fork, turning meat every halfhour . Remove pork from pot; shred. Meanwhile, over high heat, reduce sauce by 2/3 or until slightly thickened. Pour over shredded pork and toss to coat. For Rolls: 12 frozen bread dough rolls, thawed according to package c:lkections 1 egg, lightly beaten with 1 tablespoon water 2 tablespoons sesame seeds DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350F. Prepare Whoopie Pie Pan with cook-. mgspray. Place one thawed roll in each cavity; spray lightly with cooking spray and cover with plastic wrap. Let sit in a warm area 30 min. until size doubles. Press .down dough lightly to fill whoopie pie cavity. Brush with egg wash and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake 15-18 min until light golden brown.

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m I C\1 .... September Is National Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month learning More About Sickle Cell Disease Part I What Is Sickle Cell Disease? In the U. S., 1 in soo African-American newborns have the disease. Other peo ple affected include Hispan ics, people of Mediterranean and Middle Easte,rn descent, and Asians. In addition, more than 2 million people carry the gene that allows them to potentially pass the disease on to their children. Sickle cell disease is a group of disorders that af fects the hemoglobin, mole cules of the red blood cells that deliver oxygen to the cells throughout our body. People with this disorder have atypical hemoglobin molecules called Hemoglobin S which can distort red blood cell into sickle or cres cent shape. Accepting New Patients, Including Children ANGEL.LA TOMUNSON, DOS, PA GAIL C. MCDONALD, DOS, MPH Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures Extraction Implant Restorations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citizen Disoounls Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com Confidence Begins With A Beautiful Smile! Improve Your Smre Today Wrth StrarghtPr T"'Pth From 'The House Of Beautiful Smres" Fnendly Personal Care Most Insurance Plans Accepted Zero Down Payment Plans Available Flexible and Affordable Monthly Payments Family Discounts BRACES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN William F. Marsh, DDS, PA Prefermd Orthodontist For Over 30 Years You can't have healthy hair if you don't have a healthy body, so if you're dealing with hair that's dull, dry, frizzy, flaky, or falling out, it's worth a closer look to make sure it's not due to something bigger than just using the wrong shampoo. Visibly Thinning Protein Deficiency: Common with the caloric deprivation of anyone on fad diets or suffering from an eating disorder-it is not un usual to experience severe hair loss. The malnutrition forces the body to conserve protein (the building blockof all the body's cells, including the hair) by shutting down hair growth. Since more hair may also be shed-without being replaced-the result can be a noticeable thinning over several months. Iron Deficiency: Usu ally due to blood loss, poor diet, or an inability to absorb enough iron from the foods you eat. Hair problems that are caused by nutritional de ficiencies can be corrected by a proper diet. Principal nutri ents that are involved include Vitamin A, certain B Vita mins, the Vitamin Biotin, Vitamin C, Copper, Iron, Zinc, Protein, and water. Iron deficiency can lead to a condition called anemia and can lead to hair loss or increased hair shedding. Foods For Thought If you don't eat these foods regularly, or if you don't take an iron supplement, you're more likely to get iron-defi ciency anemia. This is why we must consume foods rich in iron, such as meat, fish or poultry, sardines, shrimps, seafood, spinach, pinto beans, potatoes, iron-forti fied breakfast cereals, oatmeal, oysters, peas, almonds, beef liver and soybeans. For example, good nonmeat sources of iron include spinach and other dark green leafy vegetables, certain types of beans, dried fruits, and iron-fortified breads and cereals. Part 4 of6 Be An Egghead Egg shell membrane con tains compounds that are necessary for maintaining healthy joint and connective tissues No, I'm not suggesting that you attempt to consume the egg shells The nutritional value can be consumed by taking vitamin supplements with the egg shell membrane nutrients in them. A study published in 2009 found that taking soo mil ligrams daily led significant reductions in joint pain and inflexibility. Positive responses were seen after seven days and continued throughout the 30 day trial, leading researched to conclude that eggshell membrane "is a possible new, effective and safe therapeutic option for the treat-ment of pain and inflexibility associated with joint and connective tissue disorders. Board Certified, Internal Medicine Is now at CTM Healthcare Internal Medicine Clinic Oelillllry Compassionate, Thoughtful, Meticulous Adult Medicial Care Accepting many insurances including: Humana Commercial, Humana Gold Plus and Medicare. Located at 5503 E. Busch Blvd.. (SW Comer of Busch & 56th) Ankle Pain ttion: I HI Tampa. FL 9 Heel Pain Sports Medicine Wound Care Personal Injury & Bunions Accident lreatment PAULL. SHEEHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A. Board Certified Academy Of Ambulat01y Foot & Ankle Surgery Prevention & Educati Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold CroWn (ReaQ Available *Patient Relaxation

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Health :XJ Tummv Down With These Prenatal Vitamins Cut Autism Risks m flat-BeiiJ TiPS A new study finds that mothautism spectrum disorders. ers of children born with autism In certain mothers and Here are some tips to help be more health concious and to shed inches and pounds, banish the bloat, and feel even more gorgeous. Enjoy An Afternoon Snack Eat a snack that contains protein between 3-4 p.m. like a protein bar, low-fat cheese, almonds or an apple. It's important because it boosts metabolism and ba lances blood sugar Take Time To Chew Digestion begins in the mouth, and without proper chewing, food is not well-di gested. Better-digested food means less gas and bloating. Switch To Sea Salt Use sea salt or kosher salt, which is lower in sodium than traditional table salts. And stay away from soy sauce because it will cause instant bloating. Stop Eating portion-controlled meals that include whole grain foods and monounsat urated fats (MUFAs) throughout the day is the best way to eat for a flat belly. People who eat whole grains lose more abdominal fat. And making most of the fats you eat MUF As reduces ab flab, research says." Laughing The best thing for your abs is laughing. Every time you laugh it strengthens your abs. If you start busting a gust, you are absolutely ton ing your abs. Focus More On Belly Balartce Probaby the most import is your Diet first, your Cardia second, Building Muscle third, and Abs exercises last. Spend 6o min. a day preparing healthier meals. Spend 20 min. a day 3-5 times weekly doing cardia. Spend 15 min. a day 3 times a week strength train ing. Finally, spend 5 min. a day 3 times a week doing abs ex ercises. Best Belly Foods Best Breakfast: A slice of whole-wheat bread with natural peanut butter and 1 cup of your favorite berries. Best Lunch: Spinach salad with sliced avocado, grilled firm tofu, and cherry tomatoes, drizzled with a lit tle olive oil and fresh lemon juice. Best Dinner: Grilled salmon, a roasted sweet po tato, and sauteed asparagus with olive oil and garlic. Best Snack: A cup of fat free yogurt with 2 table spoons sunflower seeds. FREE HOME DELIVERY OF YOUR MEDICATIONS DIABETIC SHOES & SUPPLIES FAST & RliENDLY SERNCE $4 DRUGS NOW AVAILABLE ON MOST GENERIC MEDS WE ACCEPT HILLSBOROOGH COUNTY PLANS, SHARE COST, MEDICAID, MEDICARE & OTHERS. Let Us Be Your Pharmacy Call Us Today At (813) 989-1351 were less likely than those of children with gene variants m normally developing children to that affect the metabolism of have taken prenatal vitamins. folate, not taking prenatal vi-N Taking prenatal vitamins in tamins was linked to a seven-N the three months before confold increase in risk. ception and in the first month Prenatal vitamins tend to be ........ of pregnancy led to substanhigh in folic acid, the synthetic tially lower risks of autism and form of folate. 10 Cancer Svmptoms Men Ignore Symptom 1: Breast Mass -If you see: skin dim pling, nipple retraction, red ness or scaling of the nipple or breast skin or discharge, see a doctor. Symptom 2: Pain -Any pain that persists should be checked out by your doctor. Symptom 3: Changes in the Testicles -Testicular cancer occurs most often in men aged 20-39. Men should get examined regularly. Symptom 4: Fever -If you have an unexplained fever, it may indicate cancer. It could also be a sign of some other illness. Symptom 5: Weight Loss -If a man loses more 10% of his body weight in a short period, he should see a doctor. Symptom 6: Abdominal Pain and Depression -If you have a pain in the ab domen or feel depressed, get a checkup. Other symptoms can include jaundice or a change in the stool color. Symptom 7: Fatigue-If you feel tired and it doesn't get better with rest, check with your doctor. Symptom 8: Persistent Cough -A prolonged cough -niore than 3-4 weeks should not be ignored. It could be a symptom of can cer, or it could be chronic bronchitis or acid reflux. Symptom 9: Urinary Problems -As men age, urinary problems become more frequent. The prostate gland enlarges as men age. Symptom 10:. Blood Where It Shouldn't BeAnytime you see blood com ing from a body part where you've never seen it before, see a doctor. FREE Lisinopri An ACE inhibitor, Lisinopril is used to prevent, treat, or improve symptoms of high blood pressure, certain heart conditions, diabetes. and some chronic kidney conditions. We now offer this vital prescription at no charge to you. Ask your Publix pharmacist or log on to publlx.com/pharmacy for details: P U B L I X . i Feeling well. j.l'(log better. e { ..... *All strengths included. of 30 days supply (30 tablets} . Llslnoprii-HCTZ comblndtlon products ore excluded. r-0 :2 en m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r m ::! z "'tt c: tll r-Cii :::J: m c m < m -f c: m en. c )> z C :2 c

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0 Nationa Rapper, Author And Actor Common To a. Kick OH FAMU's 2011-2012Lvceum Series LL COMMON TALLAHASSEE, FL --Florida A&M University > (FAMU) alumnus and : Grammy Award-winning 0: rapper Common will be LL making a return to his alma mater September 28 at 7:30 < p.m. in Lee Hall Auditorium to kick off the 2011-2012 C Lyceum Series. f3 Known as the King of ::J Conscious Hip Hop, 1-Common will serve as a guest lecturer for the affair w discussing his book titled One Day It'll All Make Sense, which explores his upbringing and family rela tionships. Tickets are now available through ticketmaster.com for $20, $10 and $5, depending on the location of the seats. Common is considered one of music's most poetic and respected lyricists. His introspective lyrics have pushed boundaries with their biting social commen tary. In 2007, he launched the Common Ground Foundation, which is dedicated to the empowerment and development of urban youth in the United States. Common also offers a younger generation a better understanding of selfrespect and love, utilizing the cultural relevance of hip hop in the children's books he has written. > w------------------------------------------------0 w Colin Powell Slams Dick Chenev's Book over cheap Shots' COLIN POWELL Vs. DICK CHENEY WASHINGTON -Former Secretary of State Colin Powell dismissed the criti cism leveled at him and oth ers in former vice president Dick Cheney's memoir, calling them "cheap shots." It was the latest volley in a clash that stretches back to their first years in former President George W. Bush's administration. Powell said that if Cheney's staff and others in Bush's White House had been as forthcoming as the State Department in the case involving CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson, the indictment and convic tion of Cheney's friend and former chief of staff wouldn't have happened. Powell made the remarks on "Face the Nation" ahead of the release of Cheney's book, "In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir." Cheney said in an earlier NBC interview that the book would cause "heads to explode" in Washington, a description Powell said he expected from a supermarket tabloid and not a former vice president. Chapter 7 Liqu Wipe Out Bad Debt! Get Rid Of: 1. Judgments 2. Liens 3. Bills 4. Unsecured Debts $500.00 & Up (Plus Filing Fees & Cost) FREE CONSULTATION Downtown Tampa Call (813} 223-1200 Tampa W www.fordlawtirm.org (727) 209-0814 Clearwater/St. Pete (!) of a l,3wyer is a n important decision that should not be based I I Female counselor Charged With Statutorv Rape Of Student CINNAMON DAVIS TENNESEE School guid ance counselor Cinnamon Davis, 23, was charged with statutory rape after police discovered she was sexually involved with a student. Police say Davis was involved in a sexual relation ship with a 17-year-old male student at Varangon Academy in Tennessee for an entire weekend, as well as gave him alcohol. The Memphis school is a 7th to 12th grade "residential treatment facility for adolescent boys with emotional and behavioral problems." Davis is currently out of jail on bond and is due in court in two weeks. Man Robs Store For 'Fake Weed', Gets Shot In Bun SAN ANTONIO-Dustin Darsp attempted to rob a gas station for K2, a legal compound known as "fake weed" by pretending his hammer was a gun. Unfortunately for Darsp, a man carrying a real gun was in the store and shot him after he exited. Pres. Obama's Uncle Held Bv Immigration OHicials MASSACHUSETTS -President Barack Obama's uncle was stopped on suspicion of drunken dri ving, told police he planned to arrange bail through the White House and was being held without bail on an immi gration detainer authorities said Monday. Onyango Obama was arrested last week in Framingham, after police said he made a rolling stop through a stop sign and near ly caused a cruiser to strike his sport utility vehicle. Police said that after being booked at the police station, Obama was asked whether he wanted to make a telephone call to arrange for bail. "I think I will call the White House," he stated, according to a police report filed in ONYANGO OBAMA Framingham District Court. Police said Obama, who's originally from Kenya and is the half-brother of the presi dent's late father, pleaded not guilty Friday and was being held without bail on a detainer from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In a court document, ICE said he had an earlier deportation or removal order. Amazing! 98% 01 Florida's Welfare APPlicants Pass Drug Test Ninety-eight percent of Florida's welfare applicants passed a new mandatory drug that was implemented by the state. Florida Gov. Rick Scott said in June that it is "unfair for Florida taxpayers to sub sidize drug addiction," draw ing criticism from the ACLU and numerous Democrats who see the new drug-screen ing law as unconstitutional. Contrary to Scott's assumptions, most of tthe appli cants did not test positive for any drugs. TheRoot.com reports the costs of testing the applicants: Cost of the tests averages about $30. Assuming that 1,000 to 1,500 applicants take the test every month, the state will owe about $28,8oo$43,20o monthlv in reimbursements to who test drug-free. Maybe Florida politicians are the ones who need to be tested to see if they're under the influence of something (prejudice, perhaps?) that's making them think this wasteful program is good public policy. Labor Day Holiday Collection Schedule In observance of the Labor Day Holiday on Monday, September 5, 2011, there will not be any residential collection services including household garbage, yard waste recycling and blue box recycling services. Residential collection services will resume on your next regularly scheduled collection day. Observed Holidays: No service provided New Year's Day MLK Day Spring Day (Good Friday) Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Veterans Day Monday --. Thursday Tuesday --. Friday Thursday --. Monday Friday Note: Collection service for ThanksgMng and Chrlstmt:Js will resume an ttl day Immediately following the holiday. New Tampa residents, please contact Hillsborough County Solid Waste Management at (813) 272-5680 for your residential collection schedule.

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Welcome, September Known as one of the warmest month of the year, in the Southern United States, September is upon us. It is also known as 'har vest time' and the season of Autumn (aka Fall). The flower for the month of September is the Morning Glory and the gem is the Sapphire. Labor Day will be celebrated on September 5th and Grandparents' Day on September nth. Remember To Honor Your Grandparents Start making plans for a family celebration! On September 11th, Grand-parents D ay mark 32 years of recognition in the United States of America This day should receive as much (or more!) as Mother s Day and Father s Day ... for this is the day for to honor GRANDparents Lake Wales NAACP News The Lake Wales Brand and Youth Council of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in conjunction with the Mayor of Lake Wales, Polk County Supervisors of Elections Office, Lake Wales Police Department and Polk State College Upward Bound Program will celebrate their first annual Back-toS ch o o 1 I Stay-in-S choo 1 Program on Friday, September 16, 2011. The event will be held at the James P. Austin Community Center beginning at 6:30 p.m. The rally will consist of guest speakers, music, prizes and a vari ety of activities. Admission is FREE and the public is invited. For further information, contact Wanda F. Howard, NAACP Youth Advisor or Ethel K. Austin, Education Chairperson, by calling (863) 678-3176. Condolences Extended B e hold, I send an angel befor e the e to keep thee in th e way, and to bring thee int o the place which I have prepar ed. Exodus 23:20 Shaw-Nuf Talk sends s pecial condolences and pray e r s for God's comfort to Abraham Curry and the family members, friends and co-workers of the late Mary Louise Hunter-Curry. Affectionately know as 'Lou', she was remembered for her beautiful smile, which she always wore, her love, kindness, support and sincere friendship to every one. She was employed with the Internal Revenue Service for more than 25 years. Happy Birthday! Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy birthday to very dear friends, Gertie Crawford-Scott, of Auburndale and Mary Harris, of Lake Wale s, who will both celebrate anothe r nata l day Sept. 4th. Also, special wishes for a happy birthday to Elder Calvin McDonald, of Lakeland, who will celebrate his special day on Sept 9th. Ma y each of your natal days be filled with joy, peace, love and gifts! Belated happy birthday wishes are extended to Brother Samuel Moore, of Plant City, who celebrated his birthday on August 26th and to his sister, Delores Williams, of Orlando, who celebrated her special day August 28th. May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more natal days. Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out! This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes to Deorite Dempsey and Maurice Russell, who are expected to do great things during the prep football season in Polk County. Dempsey is a defensive end for Victory Christian. Russell is a middle linebacker for Fort Meade High. Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc. with the r e adership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-NufTalk by sending an e -mail to: shawnuftalk@ yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437 Shaw-NufTalk will share your exciting n e ws with the readership! 18th Annual lakeland Juneteenth c ultural Observance Held 1\) 0 The Lakeland Juneteenth Committee in conjunction with The National Congress of Black Women-Polk County Chapter held its 18th annual Lakeland Juneteenth Cultural Observance on Saturday, June 18th. The host-site of this event was the New Bethel A.M.E. Church in Lakeland, Reverend Jessie Harvin, Jr., pastor. Doris MooreBailey served as Chairlady Professor Charles J. Ogletree, Jr., served as the keynote speaker at Lakeland's 18th annual Juneteenth celebration. Doris Moore-Bailey, Lakeland Juneteenth founder-coordinator and Chairlady of the Polk County National Congress of Black Women, gave words of gratitude. and Henrietta S. Attles, Ed.D., Co-Chair of this mem orable event. The keynote speaker was prominent legal theorist, Professor Charles J. Ogletree Jr. Professor Ogletree, a Harvard Law School Jessie Climenko Professor of Law and Founder /Executive Director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice. He also served as mentor to President Barak Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. The theme for this year's Juneteenth celebration was 'Juneteenth: More Than a Celebration, It's Moving from Ceremony to Action." Reverend Richard and Mrs. Jestina Richardson served as Master and Mistress of Ceremonies. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf). Mary Fears, Storyteller and Civil War Re-enactor, is sho'wn with John H. Anderson, Jr., who presented an excellenttreenactment of Frederic Douglas. C) "" m The National Congress of Black Women, Polk County Chapter.

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The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 050731.2000 Certificate No.: 151815-07 File No.: 2011-703 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: FLORIDA GARDEN LANDS REVISED MAP OF THAT PART OF TRACTS 82 AND 83 DESCRIBED AS COMM AT THE SW COR OF TRACT 83 RUN N 10 FTTO RfiN FOR HONEYWELL RD THENCE RUN WLY ALONG RfiN A DISTANCE OF 60 FT TO POB CONTINUEW 15 FTTHENCE RUN N 740FT E 75 FTTO E BOUNDARY OF TRACT 82 THENCE RUN NLY 271 FT MOL TO A POINT ON WATERS EDGE OF BULLFROG CREEK SAID POINT CALLED POINT A BEGIN AGAIN AT POB RUN N 722FT E 130 FT N 397 FT MOL TO WATERS EDGE OF BULLFROG CREEK THENCE SWLY ALONG EDGE OF BULLFROG CREEK TO PTA SECTWPRGE : 25-30 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: NICHOLS, JOHNNIE M KISER, ARVLE JR. Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomq Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street ; Tampa, FL 33602 on the day of Seotember. 2011, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 12lb day of August 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If YOU are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 ex1en slon 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II FOR RENT II South Tampa Near Air Force Base Large 2/2 Condo Small Complex Newly Painted CHA, WDH, Petless Section 8 (813) 949-3482 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that POWELL-LINK II LLC #2720 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 004445.6914 Certificate No.: 152937-os File No.: 2011-704 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: EDGEWATER PLACE LOTI BLOCK2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 90173 SEC-TWP-RGE: 23-2B-17 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assesaed: JAIMES GAMEZ COLMENARES VICTOR GAMEZ Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to t he highest bidder at the Jur y Auditorium, 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Stteet, Tampa FL 33602 on the day of September, 2011 at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-BtOO ext. 4B09 to verify sale location). Dated this 121b day of Augyst 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dlseblllty who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 ex1enslon 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ALUMNI PARTNERS, II LLC #3164 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 203244.8150 Certificate No : 180636-08 File No.: 2011-706 Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: THAT PART OF SE l4 OF NE l4 BETWEEN SR 574 AND RR LESS E 960 FT AND LESS W 140FT SEGTWP-RGE: 35-28-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: REYNOLDS FACILITATORS LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the day of September, 2011, at 10:00 A ,M. (NOTICE : Please call (B13) 276-BtOO ext. 4B09 to verify sale location) Dated this 121b day of August 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommoda!lon In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 ex1enslon 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II FOR RENT II Homes And Apartments Sulphur Springs Area Available 2 Bedrooms/1 Y2 Bath 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Townhouse For Lease Home Gated Community 2 Bedroom/1 Bath A Low $620.00 Per Month Apartment Security Deposit $300.00 CHA, WDH Application Fee $25.00 Section 8 Accepted Section 8 Welcomed (813) 453-0123 Call (813) 740-0384 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC #3164 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which H was assessed are as follows: Falla No.: 086754.1204 Certificate No.: 189585-08 File No. : 2011-708 Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: BRANDON EAST SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 2 E 100.G1 FT OF LOT 16 BLOCK2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 45135 SEC-TWP-RGE: 32-29-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: NEW MILLENNIAL LC Said properiy being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the day of September, 2011, at 10:00 A.M, (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 00 ext 4809 to 1,1erify sale location). Dated this 12th day of Aygyst. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 ex1enslon 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ALUMNI PARTNERS LLC #3164 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate tor a tax deed to be issued thereon, The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names In which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 086754.1201 Certificate No.: 189584-011 File No.: 2011-709 Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: BRANDON EAST SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 2 W 100.01 FT OF E 200.02 FT OF LOT 16 BLOCK 2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 45135 SEC-TWP-RGE : 32-29-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: NEW MILLENNIAL LC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be r edeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to tlie highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 2l!tb. day of September, 2011, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-BtOO ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 12lb day of Aygyst. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 ex1enslon 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing oP voice Impaired, call 711. BLICATION DEADLINES uesaav Edition-Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad

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II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC # 3164 the holder of the follo w ing certificate has file d said c ertific ate f o r a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of i s suance, the description of the pro perty, and the names in which it was assessed are a s follo w s : F olio No : 0831n. 0324 C e r tificate No. : 168993-08 Fil e No.: 2011-711 Year of Issuan c e : 2008 Description o f Property : VIRGINIA ACRES L OT 2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0108 /0001 S E C TWP-RG E : 32 2 1 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: JONATHAN BROWN PAIGE E BROWN Said property being in the County of Hill s borough St ate of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in suc h ce rtificate s hall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jur y Audit o rium, 2 nd Floor George E Edgecom b Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 o n day of September, 2011, 10 : 00 A.M (NO TICE : Please call (813) 276 00 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this rnh day of August, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the serv Ice Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t hat ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC # 3164 the hold e r o f the following certificate has tiled s a i d certificate lor a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificat e number and yea r o f issuance, the desc ription of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: F olio No.: 067233.0000 Certifica t e No.: 165440-08 File No.: 2011-712 Year of Issu ance: 2008 Description of Property : SISSON HEIGHTS LOTS 30 AND 31 BLOCK 8 PLAT BOOKJPAGE: 19 /52 SEC-TWP-RGE: 1 4-29-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : LIFE ESTATE FRANK MARSON LIFE ESTATE AGNES MARSON WILLIAM MARSON STANLEY MARSON Said property bei n g in the Coun ty of Hillsbor ough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in s uch cert ifica t e shall be sold to the highe st bidder a t the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edge comb Courthouse 800 Eas t T w igg s Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 29th day of September, 2011, at 10:00 A M (NOT I C E : Please call (813) 276 ext. 4809 to verify sal e location). D a ted this 12111 day of August, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II FOR RENT II Charming Condo Available Now 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Section 8 OK WID Included Gated, Pool, Screened Patio Tiled Floors (813) 960-8490 Central Tampa (Yukon) 1 Bedroom Condo Vertical Blinds And New Ceramic Tile Gated Community $650.00/Monthly Includes Water Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 948-1316 TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC #3164 the h o l de r of the foll o wing c e rtificat e has filed said c ertificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certifi c ate number and yea r of i s suance the description of the property, a n d the names in whic h it was assessed are as follows : F olio No.: 079557 0050 Ce rtif icate No.: 168504-08 File No : 2011713 Year ollssuance : 2008 Description of Property : BEG S E C COR OF NW \4 O F NE \4 OF NE \4 THN N 89 DEG 53 MIN 44 S E C W 65.52 FT THN N 06 DEG 40 MIN W 67.25 FTTHN N 48 DEG 26 MIN 38 SEC W 55.65 FT THN N 11 DEG 49 MIN 01 SEC W 258 .62 FT THN S 89 DEG 53 MIN 44 SEC E 167 FTTHN S 356 7 FT TO POB E 20 FT OF NW \4 OF NE \4 OF NE \4 LESS S 356.73 FTTHERE O F AND LESS N 33 FT THEREOF SEC-TWP-RGE: 1932-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : SUSAN MARTIN Said propert y being in the County of Hill s borough State of Florida. Unl ess such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certifica t e sha ll be sold to the highest bidder a t the Jur y Auditorium, 2nd F loor George E Edgecomb Co urthouse BOO East T w igg s Street Tamp a, FL 33602 o n the 22111 day of September, 2011, a t 10 : 00 A M. (NOTICE: P l ease call (B13) 276-B1 00 ext. 4B09 to verify sale location). Dated this 1lt!! day c l August, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Flor i da By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC #3164 the hol der of the f o llowing certificate has filed said certificate lor a tax deed to be issued thereon The c e rtifi c ate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : F olio No.: 078008.0100 Cer tificate No. : 168290-08 File No.: 2011-716 Year of Issuance : 2008 Descr i ption of Property : PT O F NW \4 DESC AS COM A T NW COR OF SEC THN E A L G NLY BDR THEREOF 199 .35 FT FOR POB THN CONT S 89 DEG E 1700 FT THN S 34B.54 FT THN N B9 DEG W 910.56 FT THN N 220 FT THN N B9 DEG W 791.BO FT TO PT ON ELY R/W OLD WIMAUMA RD THN N ALG SD R/W 150 FT TO POB SEC-TWP-RGE : 04-32 20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) I n which assessed: HC LAND HOLDINGS INC Said property being in the County of Hillsb oro ugh State o f Florida Unless such certifi cate sha ll be redeemed according to law, the property described i n such ce rtifi cate sha ll b e sold to the high est bidder at the Jur y Aud itorium, 2nd Floor G eorg e E. Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 22111 day of September, 2011, at 10;00 A M (NOTICE: Please call (B13) 276-B 100 ext. 4B09 to verify sale loca tion) Dated this 12th day of August, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. II FOR RENT II Tampa Rentals 1/1 -From $500.00 2/1 -From $600.00 3/1 From $725.00 Section 8 Accepted Vanguard Property Management (813) 785-7455 Room/Apartment For Rent Age 55 And Up Preferred $100.00/Weekly Apartment $600.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Includes Utilities Call (813) 241-4158 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC #3164 the holder of the follo wing certificate has tiled s aid certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certi ficate n umber and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in whi c h it was assessed are as follows : F olio No : 083133.0158 Certificate No.: 168989-08 File No.: 2011-717 Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property : GAVIN ESTATES LOT 4 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0104 /02B1 SEC-TWPRGE: 32-2B SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: DOUGLAS E SMITH Said property being in the County of H illsbor o ugh State of Flor i da. Unl ess such certificate sha ll be red eemed according to law, the prop erty described in s uch certif i cate shall b e sold t o the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, G eo rge E. Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 2l!1h day of September. 2011 at 10 ; 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (B13) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to v erify sale location) Dated this 12th day of August, 2011 PAT FRANK Cle r k Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding you a r e entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. II FOR RENT II USF Area 13050 20th Street 2 Bedroom/1.5 Bath Town home Water Included $100.00 Section 8 Mov e In Special $750.00/Monthly Call (813) 22Q-3633 II CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT -----------------------------------------., JJ c }< CJ) m "'tJ -i m m m JJ ,!') 1\) 0 ., r-0 JJ CJ) m z ::f z m r-m c r rm ::f z "'tJ c m r-c;; ::::t m c m < m -i' c m CJ) c )> z c ., :!! c

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.,... ,... 0 N ffi II TAX DEEDS II m :!: w t-Il. w CJ) c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w ;:) t-w > w c w CJ) :::::i m ;:) c. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) m ...J w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ...J LL m I co ..... NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC #3164 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 080168 .0000 Certifi c ate No.: 168574-08 File No.: 2011-718 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: N 3 / 5 OF E 1 / 8 OF SE 14 OF SW 14 LESS N 35 FT FOR EASEMENT SEC-TWP-RGE: 24-27 -21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : JOHN L. SILVEY SHERRY SILVEY Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unle s s such certificate shall be redeemed according to l aw, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the day of September, 2011, at 10: 00 A.M (NOT!CE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 12th day of August 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; if you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes As Low As $900.00 A Month Sec 8 Welcomed Call V &V (813) 259-4663 www myfinancialconnections com Near 15th Street And 109th Ave Large 3/1 House New Inside Paint, New Carpet In Bedrooms, Ceramic Tiles, Washroom, Covered Back Porch Approved By Section 8 Rent $975 00 Deposit $350.00 (954) 300-1002 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t h at ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC #3164 the holder of the following certificate has filed s aid certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 086007.0000 Certificate No.: 169453-08 File No.: 2011-719 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: WEST PLANT CITY FARMS UNIT NO 2 E 75 FT OF W 150 FT OF LOT 207 LESS RIW PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0027/0013 SEC-TWP-RGE: 24-29-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: ESTATE OF IDELL KILPATRICK Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the day of September, 2011, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 12th day of August, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Flori da By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; if you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC #3164 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance the descript ion of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 079016.0504 Certificate No.: 168324-08 File No.: 2011 720 Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: SCARBORO MINOR SUBDIVISION PARCEL B PLATBOOKIPAGE : SB01/ 0039 SEC-TWP-RGE : 09 32-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) I n which assessed: JOSE VAQUERA BLANCA I. VAQUERA Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 29th day of September, 2011, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 12th day of August, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are enti tled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; if you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOT I CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC #3164 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 086086.0960 Certificate No. : 169464-08 File No .: 2011-721 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: WALLACE ROAD ACRES LOT 5 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 88 / 40 SEC-TWP-RGE : 24-29-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: KENNETH DUSHANE Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the day of September. 2011, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale l ocation) Dated this 121!:1 day of August, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 2Z6-81 00 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. HOMES FOR RENT II 7121 Gulf Highlands Port Richey, Florida 5 Bedroom/3 Bath Home Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code #FS7121 Block Home Like New 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Central A/C Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Tile Floor $1, 125.00/Rent $500 00/Deposit Call (813) 293-2677 2914 E. 27th Avenue 5 Bedroom/2 Full Baths Central Heat And Air $1300 00/Rent $ 650.00/Deposit Property Manager Jonda 727-320-731 0 West Tampa Large 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home CHA, WDH Huge Fenced Yard Less Than 1 Mile From Downtown Call (813) 230-9448 GET NOTICED ... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora @ {813) Fax To: {813) 248-9218 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ALUMNI PARTNERS II, LLC #3164 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the desc r iption of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 104826.0000 Certificate No.: 171839-08 File No.: 2011-722 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: RIVERSIDE ESTATES LOT 7 LESS RIW BEG 225.70 FT W OF SE COR OF LOT 4 FOR POB CONT W 24 30 FT N 16 DEG 22 MIN 55 SEC W 4.36 FT N 03 DEG 50 MIN 10 SEC W 18.07 FT AND S 50 DEG 21 MIN 05 SEC E 34.73 FT TO POB BLOCK 5 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 0018 / 0038 SEC-TWP-RGE : 35-28-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: JAMES K. HOWARD EDDIE L. HOLT ANTHONY TOUCHSTONE Said property being i n the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 29th day of September. 2011, at 10 : 00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 121!:1 day of Aygyst, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II HOMES FOR RENT II 2506 East 28th Avenue Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code #FS2506 1701 East Stika (Nebraska & Busch) 4/2 CHA, Tile Floors Section a OK $975.00/Monthly $600.00/Deposit (813) 385-2298

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II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION CASE NO: 509617 DIVISION: C UCN: 10-470 IN THE INTEREST OF: CHILDS, NEVEAH DOB: 07/17/2009 MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OFTHIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. TO: Brandy Mathon, mother of: Neveah Childs, DOB: 07/17/2009 YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Termination of Parental Rights has been filed in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, Juvenile Division, alleging that the above-named child is dependent child and by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination of parental rights and permanent commitment of the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you are required to appear personally On the 31st day of August, 2011 at 9:30 a.m., before the Honorable Rex M. Barbas, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs Street, 3rd Floor, Division C Courtroom #31 0, 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 repre sented by an attorney at this proceeding. II Date this 19th day of July, 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: LINDA LEPELLETIER Deputy Clerk HOMES FOR RENT II Sulphur Springs Area Large 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Home Fenced, Central H/A $900. 00/Month ly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 6104 Silkdale Court Tampa 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code #FS6104 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA. SENTINEL .A.DVEFlTISERS 1319 Grace Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA Fenced $850.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit Call (813) 684-3539 8015 11th Street Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code #FS8015 Ybor City 919 East 11th Avenue $50.00 Move-In First Month Free 2/1 -House Central Alarm System $550.00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 2110 North 36th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Fenced Yard Updated Interior, Fenced Yard $770.00/Month $700 00/Deposit $35.00 Application Fee Credit Issues Ok Call 813-704-5994 North Tampa 2022 Eskimo Block 3/1% CHA, Garage Large Fenced Yard Newly Painted $900 00/Monthly $650. 00/Deposit (813) 948-3173 (813) 924-4476 Section 8 Ok Must Have 5 Bedroom Voucher 5 Bedroom/2 Bath New Home Custom Tile Ceiling Fans, Fenced Laundry Room Washer/Dryer Hook-Up CHA Stainless Steel Appliances Call (813) 758-2289 2908 North 17th Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Central Heat/Air, WDH $795 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 562-3013 2007 Okaloosa Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Fenced Yard WDH, CHA $800.00/Monthly $700.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 293-8431 Ybor Heights Area 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Home CHA, WDH Large Fenced Yard $950.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Section 8 Ready Call (813) 453-5690 1413 East Waters Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Updated Interior $820 00/Month $750.00/Deposit $35.0 Application Fee Credit Issues Ok Call 813-704-5994 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Available September 1, 2011 Fenced, 1 Car Garage, CHA, Washer/Dryer $925.00/Monthly $1 ,000.00/Deposit No Exceptions Rental History Required Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 506-4863 Section 8 OK 3 Bedroom/1 Bath House Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-Up $850.00/Monthly Call (813) 850-2392 West Tampa 3/1 House 1,512 Sq. Ft. Washer/Dryer Included CHA, Garage Fenced Yard Section 8 Welcome 813-971-0341 5001 Aberdeen Court Tampa 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Please Call 813-440-6440 Mention Referral Code #FS5001 Unique Homes Prices Slashed! Nice 3 Bedrooms Seminole Heights Quiet Neighborhoods Rents Reduced! These Won't Last!! Call Us At 813-610-7186 Or Visit www.jimrents.com 2704 East 17th Avenue Large 3 Bedroom House Great Location And Condition All appliances A/C, Washer Hook-Up $750 00/Monthly Must Have Job Or Retirement Check Call (813) 244-5600 For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel B .ulletin JWastercard VIsa, l\llasterCard AIIT'Ierican Express And Debit Cards IIT'I&nt VIa ....... JJ c l< C/) m ""D -i m s:: m m JJ 1\) 1\) 0 ...I. ...I. r-0 JJ c )> C/) m z ::! z m r-m c: rr-m ::! z ""D c: m c C/) :::t: m c m < m JJ -< -i c: m C/) c )> z c JJ c G') m ...I. cp m

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., c J< =J=U=N=K=CA=R=s==--11 II LAWN SERVICE II =R=E=PA=t=R=s=---!111 We Buy Junk Cars And Trucks CALL J.R. (813) 966-3501 Junk Cars We Buy Junk Cars Trucks And Vans Call (813) 784-8339 We Will Buy Your Junk Cars Trucks And Vans Call (813) 478-5133 Or (813) 446-1947 CASH For Junk Cars And Trucks Running Or Not Call Lorenzo (813) 843-8857 I Buy Junk Cars Up To $500.00 & Up Free Pick Up Of Old Appliances And Metal Call Eric (813) 764-3968 CASH For Cars, Trucks And Vans Free Hauling Lost Title OK Call (813) 626-5733 Or (813) 924-6255 God Bless For Junk Cars, Trucks Vans And Motorcycles Running Or Not We P ick Up Any Junk Metal/Appliances For FREE! 7 Days A Week (813) 695-2438 II LAWN SERVICE II "We Do Best For Less MAC DADDY Lawn Service And Complete Clean -Up We Haul: Debr i s Limbs And Furniture Phone (813) 245-9761 Reliable, Affordable Quality Work Lonzo Hauling Lawn Service & Clean-Up For $25 .00 $40 00 Also : Hauling Debris Cars Junk Furniture Pallets Tire P / U w / Disposal Fee Call For Commercial Lawn Rates (813) 900-5828 II LEGAL SERVICE II II Incarcerated Legal Issues? No Cash Needed Need Bonding Out? Behind On Legal Fees? Anything Of Value Vehicles, Jewelry Property, Electronics Call Bonnie (Collect If Needed) (813) 571-5471 PLUMBING Gil Robinson Plumbing Installation Of : Kitchen Sinks And Cabinets We Specialize In General Plumbing Phone (813) 872-0927 Or (813) 404-9778 II Stoppages, Drain Cleaning $59.00 Any Drain Any Where Plu mbing Repa i r 24 Hours Free Home Inspections Pipesurgeonsfl.com (813) 850-5237 Woodard's Plumbing We Special ize In FaucetsLeaks, Drain Stoppage Cabinets Sink Installation And All Plumbing Needs Call (813) 325-4643 Lie# 022650 c .. ; ;;;;:;;;,;;;;;;; ,; 1 for Itself' qs, II II S & H Painting Complete Home Repairs Exper i enced Carpenters Roofers Hauling Harvey (813) 463-6492 Insured/Lie# 199701 Woodard Brothers Residential Remodeling Carpentry Room Additions Roofing Drywall Plumbing Ceramic Tite Sidewalks, Patios & Hauling Call Eli (813) 325-4643 Lie #022650 RESTAURANT II $1.99 Breakfast! Monday Saturday 7:00 a.m. -11 :00 a.m For A Limited Time Grits, Eggs, Meat And Toast 8410 North 40th Street (813) 446-3611 SALONS II After School Specials Kids Only Mattie's Natural Hair Care 7901 N. Nebraska Avenue Kinky Twist $100.00 Senegalese Twist $100.00 Sew-Ins $100 00 Goddess Braids $50 00 (239) 81 0-5894 Wanda's Hair Enterprize 581 0 North 40th Street (813) 458-3367 (813) 900-7024 The Lord Blessed Me So I 'll Bless Tampa With $35.00-Re-Twist ( 2/ $60 .00) 2/$100 00 Sew-In 2/$75 00 Bond-In We Do All Braids And Twists Fabulous Natural Hair Braiding Shop M i cros Kinky Twist Invisible Part $99 00 $85.00 $75.00 Sew-Ins $60 00 Body Plaits $85 00 Corn Rows Start ing @ $35 00 Stuff Twist $40.00 Senegalese Twist $99 00 Individual Lashes $20.00 Call Kina 813 359-3098 Or 813 679-7682 Cosmo African Hair Braiding School 4802 Busch Blvd. Unit C Classes Starting January 2, 2012 Registration Fee $150.00 3 Month Class $1 ,895.00 Payment Plans Available Learn How To Do Senegalese Twist Kinky Twist Plaits Micros Braids, Sew-Ins, Extension Dreds, Create Partings, And Style Hair Properly You Will Graduate With A Certificate And Hair Braiding License (239) 810.5894 B'Eiegant Beauty Salon 3402 North 34th Street Is Looking For 3 Licensed Hair Stylists Booth Rental Only Call Mrs. B (813) 621-2820 Or (813) 965-0020 Braids By Serina 813-458-0441 Senegalese Twists $100 00 Micro Sew -In $85 00 Box Plaits $75.00 Bobs $65 00 Sew-In $50.00 Cornrows $30.00 Felicia's House Of Braids 1502 E. MLK Blvd #B Special Of The Month Get $25 00 Off (Reg Price $175.00) Any Of The Following Services When You Bring A Friend (Same Day Service Only) Senegalese Twist, Micros Body Plaits, Kinky Twist All Hair And Hair Accessories Are Included Call (813) 498-2168 (813) 369-9936 Walk Ins Welcome m :s:: m m :::tl 1\) 1\) 0 ..... ..... ., r 0 en m z -f z m r m c: r r m -f z c: m r u; % m c m < m -f c: m en c )> z c ., c

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FLORIDA SENTINEL . SECTION 67 YEARS SERVING TAMPA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 2011 c Friends And Familv Back-To-School Event At NFL YET Center The Fri ends and Family Back-To-School Bash was held at the Jackson Heights NFL YET C enter on August 13, 2011. There were activiti e s f o r the children and adults and of course, back to school supplies free food and give-a-ways. (Photos by BRUNSON) Dayana Smith and Diedrea Willis, NFL YET Director. Keisail and Andrea Mitchell attended the back to school event. Latrice Byrd and LaDena Mouling. Saphenya Green arid Taraji Alexander. Master of ceremonies and host, Arthur The Comic, MC J. Rock and Theresa Wimbush. Tony Marion, Cedric McCray, Albert Coleman, Dr. H. Bruce Miles and Ralph Rance. On the front row are: Essie Sims, Alicia Muhammad, Dianne Hart, Alvin Holder, East Tampa Team Supervisor; Diedrea willis, NFL YET Director, Donald Bush and Jonathan Jones. On the second row: Josh Clemente, Kogee McClain, Mike Simms, Veda Virgil; and in the back, Astley Willis, Davarius Durham, Evelyn Wilson and Jason Williams. Vonne and Bre at the back to school event at J amyl a, Kathy and Tammy at the back to school the NFL YET Center. event. Andrew "Drew" Harris, B. A. Christmas and Kelvin Williams at the back to school event. Jaqyeshia, Diana, Malik, Marlene.and Saray attended the back to school event at the NFL Yet Center at Jackson Heights Community Center. Letiesha Robinson, Dy'Quan Vance, Tae'Shon Natasha Williams and Yvette Lewis of the Po-Keller and Markiita Carter. liticalAction Committee of the NAACP.

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Local N a: w m :lE w 1-a. w en c a: LL Operation WIN Kick Off Event Held On Saturday, August 2ih, Mayor Bob Buck horn l aunched Opera tion WIN to clean up n e i ghborhoods with the assistance of individuals ordered to comp l ete community service h ours T h e firs t locatio n clea n ed u p was in South eas t S emino l e He i ghts T h e prog r a m wi ll take pl ace o n e Saturd ay per m o n t h thro u g h out t h e i nner c i ty. (Photogra p hy b y Frederic k Harris). Among those on hand for the kick off of the Operation WIN Project were from left to right Deputy Kreg Bro'Yll and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Brenda) Mobley. Ms. Brenda Mobley, David Lee, Mayor Bob Buckhorn, Code Enforcement and Tax Director Jake Slater and Councilman Frank Reddick attended the kick off o f Operatio n WIN. Code Enforcement Tax Director Jake Slater, Thorn Snelling, 'Councilman Frank R e ddick and Ryan S hepherd were on hand for the kick off of Ope ration WIN. .. .... Ross Anderson, Resource Teacher ofStudent Services at Van Buren Middle School and Founder of Men ofVision, is shown with Joel Elkanah, ofVan Buren Middle School, Susan Wenrick, and James Eliassaint, of Tampa Bay Technical High School at the kick off. -Ms. Susan Wenrick and Larry Canalegjo provided instructions on safety at the kick off. Check Out Our N ewly Enh ance d VVebsite: www.flsentin-el.com Now With On-line Advertis i And Morel

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Reunion Owens-Hill-Booth Familv Reunion The Owens-Hill-Booth Family Reunion was held in Tampa July 29-31 at the Crown Hotel-Tampa. The Sunday service was conducted by Rev. Ayesha Kiner, the daughter of the late Leroy Kiner and Dr. Cynthia Owens-Brown. The Family Reunion theme was: Focusing On The Family Through Christ." The banquet also featured Dr. Owens-Brown, a former stunt girl for Middleton High School Class of 1963. Plaques were presented and there were performances by several members of the family. (Photos by Sylvester Harris) Ayesha Kiner was the speaker for the worship service. Sheila Owens Henry also gave her testimony on the power of God. Dr. Cynthia Owens-Brown shows off how she used to do it with the baton. Members of the family in attendance were: seated on floor, left to right, Campbell Waters, ZaThe matriarch and her daughters, all of whom were show girls at Middleton High School. Mrs. Florence Owens is surrounded by Sheila Owens Henry ('69), Dr. Cynthia Owens Brown ('63), Jackie Owens Dupree ('66), Linda Owens Williams ('68) and Gail Owens (Brandon High cheerleader). 'Kyra Dupree, Z'Niya Henry and Kya Dessources. Seated, left to right: Pastor Carolyn Hill, Lorna Owens, Sheila Henry, Dr. Reverend Cynthia Brown, Florence Owens (family matriarch), LaVern Slade, Jackie Dupree, Linda Williams, Gail Owens and Ida Booth. Standing (third row): Zelda Owens, Ayesha Kiner, Doshenae White, Elmer Rhone, Angela Hill, Letitia Dupree, Margaret Booth, Kelia Siplin, Kira Waters, Pamela McMorris, Akilah "11 Dessources, Ashley Ward, I Kai Waters and Ursula 0 Dupree-White. Back row: 2:! Milo Hill, Henry Dupree, Jr., Henry Dupree, III, Vincent en Henry, Larry Williams, Jr., m Frank Rhone, Henry Dupree, Z Sr., Ronald Dessources, ::::! Apostle Charles Hill and Z Kenny Siplin, Jr. Ill c: rrm ::::! z WHEN YOU'VE TAKEN CARE OF THE ., c: Ill r-c;; J: m c it 6 emJieJc w tAinle a6oat tlw HEREAFTER. The way we see it thinking about lite's spir itual journe y is more than enough to. handle. That's why we're devo t e d to your hna nci a l path. Nobody understands th e comple x tax laws and other monetary issues you face quite th e way M M 8 B does. F o r o v e r 1 0 0 ye:Jr s we ve b ee n providing inves tm e nt. re tir e m e nt and insura nce benehts just tor those who serve th e c hur ch both o r d ained and lay T o learn more about M M B B and o u r ex c l u s ively focused hn a nc ial p roducts. v i s i t www .mmbb.org or call l-800-9 86-622 2 T h e b e t t e r yo u pl a n n ow. t il e more cornrort a bl e y o u'll b e h e reaft er. REAL PLANNING, REAL SOLUTIONS. THAT'S OUR CALLING. m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c ., 2:! c C) m (,.) I 0

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class Reunion N 0:: w r::c :2: w Howard w. Blake Class 011961 Reunion I-The Howard W. Blake Class of (L. w 1961 celebrated their soth en golden reunion anniversary at the Airport Hilton August 4-7, c 2011. a: The events started on Thurs-LL day afternoon as classmates gathered to greet and welcome each other. Class Night was held that evening and entertainment was provided by the Dance Praise Group of St. Mark Baptist Church and classmate Emma Neal Collins. Friday morning the class took a bus tour to Daytona Beach, sponsored by Bennie Small, where they visited the campus of BCU and enjoyed the beach area. Later that evening, a delicious dinner was held at the lovely home of Charles and Carol Spencer. Late Saturday morning, class mates enjoyed a fish fry at the Carver City /Lincoln Gardens Civic Center Association. That evening, the ballroom at the hotel was decorated in the school's colors for the classmates to enjoy the "Black and Gold Ball and Banquet." Thomas Gra-ham provided the Invocation and Bennie Small gave the Oc casion Grace was by Gwendolyn Jenkins Carter. J erlene Thomas Reaves ac knowledged former teachers in attendance: Curtiss Wilson, Harry Morris, Josephine Brodie Hubbard, Norma Williams Hawk, Eloise Cabrera White, Coach Charlie White, Oscar Johnson, Walter Turner, Thelma Shuman and Mose Powell. A poem was read by Patricia Johnson Cherry. Raffle winners were Harry Morris and Charles Spencer. This class dedicated the soth reunion to its deceased class mates. Roll call was provided by Betty Reese Lewis, Clara Russ Glenn, Lois Wesley Robinson, and Charles Collins. The event was not only attended by classmates, but numeroous guests of classmates as well as the Middleton Tiger fam ily. Committee members respon sible for the success of the rec umon were: Eddye Bexley, John Billups, Roland Carrington, Ethel Chapman, Charles Collins, Mary Davis, Clara Glenn, Henry Hill, Patricia Johnson, Betty Lewis, Mildred Miles, Jerlene Reaves, Lois Robinson, Bennie Small, Myrtle Walker, Orelia Whitlow, Herbert Williams, Augustus Wimberly, Barbara Edwards and Dolores Mcintosh, Chairperson. (Photos by Sylvester Harris) The Howard W. Blake Class of 1961 at the meet and greet event of their soth reunion at the Airport Hilton Hotel. Seated, left to right: Betty M. Lewis, Mary Davis, Emma Collins, Betty R. Lewis, Ethel Chapman, Jerlean Reaves, Dolores Mcintosh, Barbara Edwards. Lavern Slade, Gwendolyn Carter and Lois Robinson. Standing, left to right: Thomas Graham, Lawrence Griffin, Julius Holmes, Kent Farmer, Harold Wilson, Charles Spencer, Bennie Small, Louis Young, Elmer Singer, Myrtle Walker, George Cutler, Clara Glenn, Eddye Bexley, Patricia Johnson, John Billups, Charles Tate, Phyllis Walker, Henry Hill, Vivian Brown, Onelia Whitlow, Roland Carrington, Leonard Pressley, Ronald Sheehy, Robert Chapman and Betty M. Lewis. Casually dressed for the fish fry are classmates George Cutler, Kent Farmer, Ronald Sheehy, Thomas Hill, Harold Wilson and Roland Carrington. During the meet and greet event: Dolores Mcintosh, chairperson; Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Sheehy and Harold Wilson. Former teacher Josephine Brodie Hubbard speaks while her husband, Rev. Ronald Hubbard and former teachers Eloise and (Coach) Charles White look on. Robert Chapman, Betty R. Lewis and Betty M. Lewis. Bennie Small gave the Occasion. Clara Glenn and Lavern Slade. Former teacher I coach Oscar Johnson. AUTO ACCIDENT? FREE HELP LINE CALL 1-800-275-4279


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