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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area I I SEE PAGE 5-A c( Q ___ .._ a: 0 LL. VOL. 67 NO. 90 FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2012 48 PAGES 75 Tow Truck Driver Had Aliases And Criminal Record SEE PAGE 3-A CODIDIUnitV Invited To celebration With legend' SEE PAGE 11-A Couple Arrested DurinuiD Den Search warrant SEE PAGE 23-A SCHOlARSHIP RECEPTION FOR GRADUATING SENIORS The Urban Teaching Academy held a reception Monday to recognize graduating seniors from Blake, Hillsborough and Middleton High Schools. The reception was held at the Hillsborough Education Foundation's headquarters at the Centro Espanol de West Tampa. Young people in attendance were: Whitney Burke, Victory Fipps, Leonel Garcia-Maestrey, Dontey Jones, Mekka Mason, Adalberto Robles and Caitlin Visnovec, all of Blake High School; Cynthia Curbelo, Ashley Danley, Monique Manlapig, Gelissa Mann, Rossanna Marquez, Kayla Rodriguez and Lakiya Thompson, all from Hillsborough High School; and Latrice Adams, Latifah Brown, Adrienne McLean, Heather Nelli, Justice Tribling and Magalia Vance-Peterson, all of Middleton High School. (Photo by BRUNSON)


Features Group wants occupv Tampa' Gone OCCUPY TAMPA BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staft'Writer >Old West Tampa Neighbor a: hood Association and <;rime u. Watch Director, Mike Vannetta, said there is a CC petition being circulated throughout West Tampa c against the Occupy Tampa f3 group. For the past 6 months, Occupy Tampa, a political advocacy group, has called the Voice of Freedom Park on Main Street and Albany Avenue home. They are in the park with the permission of the land owner, Joe Redner. Vannetta said there are A. several hundred signatures Z on the petition, however, ffi before any action is taken, :j he'd like to talk to Redner and present to him the evi m dence of why they need to go. uj "I spoke with Mr. Redner 3!: a few months ago, and addressed our concerns about w the group. He said as far as 0 he was concerned, there had been no reported problems i: involving the group, and he 0 ...J u. personally hadn't gotten any complaints about them being there. "He said if I came back with evidence the group was caus ing problems or being disruptive, he would rethink his decision." Vannetta said business owners and residents in West Tampa don't want them around. "Where we had a nice park, we now have a tent city. I think it's more of a homeless camp." Vannetta said he also plans to meet with District 5 City Councilman Frank Reddick to the problem. "We want to let the Council know what's going on over there. They are selling food without any intervention by the health department or a license. There are sanitation problems, and other health issues. "If we can't get them to leave, we must make sure they follow the rules." V annetta said this kind of scene doesn't look good when Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 181 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hills\K>rough Prosecutor-DepuTy Chie BARBARA 1. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park CC 10014 N Dale Mabry, Suite 101 N Tampa Florida 33618 w (813)269-9706 Fax: (813)960-0641 The hiring of a laW'\-cr is an imponant decisioo thai should not -J!. bucdsoltly upoo advcrti5CII>Onll. BdOtc Y"'' decide ask us to_ aeud .., you lzee wrillitll ioformatiou about ow: wUif,..uou .00 Up<:oell

BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor ... The Defendant's pattern of deceit and disrespect for the law ultimately enabled him to carry a firearm and wear a concealed weapons permit around his neck during his towing operations. Had the defendant not carried a concealedfirearm on the morning of January 8, 2006, Glen Rich would be alive today. His death is attributable to the Defendant's lifelong pattern of deceit and disrespect for the law." State Of Florida's Memorandum For Sentencing And In Opposition To Appellate Bond On Friday (today) Donald Montanez is to appear before a judge in the Thir teenth Judicial Circuit Court. He is asking the judge to grant a bond while he appeals his second-degree murder conviction. However, Circuit Judge William will have more to take into considera tion than the words of Montanez or his attorney. The judge will have a 19-page document authored by Assistapt : State Attorney Jay Pruner and submitted by the State of Florida in opposition of a bond or consideration in sen tencing. For the past 6 years, Montanez has portrayed himself as a business owner of a tow truck company. The image created for the courts and the public is that of a married father who began his life in Philadelphia, Pennsyl vania and graduated from North Catholic High School. He also said he earned a degree in Business Adminis tration from Penn State Uni versity in 1986. His first arrest in Hillsbor ough County took place after he shot and killed Glen Rich on January 6, 2006. However, according to the document, Montanez has lied about everything --his name, age, criminal record, his mother's name, the high school he graduated from and his college degree in short, everything pertinent about his life. Convicted Tow Truck The document stated that the only thing consistent with the defendant is the first name of "Donald." Investigators learned Montanez was ar rested for the first time as Donald Rivera on May 13, 1981, in Philadelphia. Rivera was charged with taking and receiving stolen property. On January 31, 1984, he was charged with burglary and criminal tres pass. He served two years in county prison. Rivera was arrested on May 27, 1986, and charged with impersonating a public servant. By December 1986, he was in jail again for imper sonating a public servant and driving under suspension. This time, he was booked under the name of Donald DiMartino, he received one year probation after pleading guilty. When he moved to F1orida in 1988, Donald DiMartino was arrested on August 1st of that year for im personating an officer and driving while his license were suspended. Once again, he was given probation. In November 1988, Donald DiMartino was arrested for resisting /obstructing an officer without violence. The JliU!le Domlld Mo taaei first surfaced in Den ton cOunty, Texas when he was arrested on two separate instances for assault and fam ily violence in December 1997. He pleaded no contest to both charges and was sen tenced to 24 months commu nity supervision. The arrests under the dif ferent names were varied through fingerprint compari son, the document states. The document uses the fact that Montanez has also used three different names, four different dates of birth and six different social secu rity numbers as proof of his intent to deceive the court. He also had. a 2o-year-old capias (i$$ue<}. in 1991) for failure to appear on a driving while license suspended charge in Broward County under the name of Donald DiMartino. The trail of deceit was un covered during an interview with Department of Correc tions Probation and Parole Officer Kimberly Taylor on March 9 2012. The pur-Driver Had Aliases, Commined Crimes GLEN RICH .. Killed January 8, 2006 pose of the interview was to obtain background information for inclusion in a Pre sentence Investigation Report. With a domino effect, the document derails practically everything that Montanez testified to as true about his life. He also stated that he took his sister's three children to raise after his sister's death. The documents quote his niece as saying that was untrue and that she hadn't seen him since she was 10 years old. Montanez attempted to use the "Stand Your Ground" law as a defense, but the judge wouldn't allow it as a defense. He was convicted of third-degree murder for killing 30-year-old Rich, a husband and father. The shooting took place after Montanez illegally towed Rich's car from the Sugar Shack on E. Hillsbor ough Avenue. When Rich at tempted to reclaim his Montanez shot him. Montanez claimed Rich attempted to run over him. But prior to the shooting, one of his employees testified that Montanez said if he should encounter a problem, he would just "f***king kill them." Since the shooting, Montanez has been the subject of other criminal complaints as well. He also got into trouble since being incarcerated and DONALD MONTANEZ aka DONALD RIVERA aka DONALD DiMARTINO ., had his telephone privileges 0 taken. Montanez is seeking the c mercy of the courts, he stated, )lo "If you can have it in your heart to let me out, I will Z spend every moment of i day helping Adama (the vic-m tim's wife), with the kids." In light of the information c: uncovered, the document J= stated, "Release of the defen!!I dant on appellate bond shall z place the public at risk." ., c: IJJ r-ID TO ACCIDENTraEEEBMiule < m FREE Professional Service Alert The Rortda Law Stat a That You May Be Entitled To $10,080 Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. 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N c; Features : Young Man Comes From Near Death To College Graduate ;:) "") c a: u.. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In 2003, 16-year-old Labrawn Saffold was no different than many teenagers. He was adventur ous, and looking for chal lenges. It was during that search he was involved in an accident that left one of his cousins dead, and him bound to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. For the three months Saffold spent hospitalized, he grew angry and distant. However, after he saw how many people visited him in the hospital he had never met before, he began to channel that anger in a different direction. "I decided to return back to school and I was voted senior class president at King High School. "While studying at Hills borough Community Col lege, I decided I wanted to help mentor kids. That's when I met Tyrone Keys and he told me about his or ganization, All Sports Com munity Service Foundation." It was a nurse at the hos pital who recommended Saffold receive a scholar ship to attend HCC. With the help of All Sports and the Knowles Family Fund, he got his scholarship, and after graduation, he assisted more than a dozen students with LABRAWN SAFFOLD scholarships through his partnership with the Will Allen and Michael Clayton Foundation. In the Spring of 2012, Saffold graduated from Florida State University with degrees in Communications and History. He's now in Miami training to become an Executive Store Manager for Macy's. "This journey has been difficult to put in words. When I committed myself to helping others, that took the pressure off me and I stopped feeling sorry for my self. "Coming in contact with Tyrone Keys was like God sending me an angel. He re ally saved my life, and now I'm trying to help others." Saffold said there aren't many young men his age who've had the opportunity to attend a Super Bowl, and later celebrate with the Miami Heat when they won their second NBA title. "I never thought I'd be meeting all the celebrities I've met on this journey. You have to work hard to get this opportunity. I was star struck at first, but not anymore. "One thing I'm very happy about is I've gotten closer to my family, espe cially my brothers and my mom. I'm the first college graduate in the history of our families, and now I realize how important it is to be a part of a family." Saffold said he will be returning to Tampa later this year, and he plans on meet ing with Keys and picking up where he left off helping other young people reach their goals. c a: u.. c z c( c en Anornev savs Woman linked To Police Shooting Unlairlv Singled Out BY IRIS B. HOLTON I-ii: Sentinel City Editor w Two years ago, two Gj Tampa Police officers were c fatally wounded during a traffic stop. Ms. Cortnee en Brantley, the woman driv ing the car, is facing a federal ;:, charge for not reporting that a. her passenger, Dontae Morris, was an armed con W victed felon ..J ..J ;:) m For the second time, Ms. Cortnee Brantley has a trial date of July 16th. The first trial was dismissed, but reinstated by the Appellate Court. Her attorney submit ted documents earlier this (Choose) week asking U. S. District Judge James Moody to dismiss the case because of selective prosecution. Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., stated in a brief, "Dis covery materials in the mur der prosecution(s) of Dontae Morris were re leased to members of the media. Included with re leased material was a 38page transcript of Quinisha McMillian, who is appar ently an occasional Morris paramour. ... McMillan witnessed Morris in possession of a firearm and ammunition on no less than two separate oc-Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, HoAOt.B:MI. 't'7o.n"'h'p, Perfect Attendance, Student Of The Month, Other Hobbies: ______ ATIY. GRADY IRVIN casions. The first occasion occurred shortly after McMillan saw Morris near a dead body in her CORTNEEBRANTLEY apartment complex. While the second occasion oc curred shortly after Morris admitted to McMillan that *ALL PRO REFERRAL* "WHERE THE PROS ARE" he had killed the person. Attorney Irvin further said Ms. Brantley is the target of "emotional and se lective prosecution" while there is a lack of prosecution of Ms. McMillan "who pos sibly could have saved the lives of those officers and two others after she wit nessed the first victim, Derek Anderson, laying on the ground dead in the apartment complex where she lived." He further stated that in addition to knowing that Morris had recently been released from prison, Ms. McMillan watched him re move spent cartridge shells from his handgun and reload it with fresh bullets Attorney Irvin also re quested an Evidentiary Hearing based on the newly released information. Judge Moody had not issued a re sponse to either request at press time. Derek Anderson, 21, was killed on May 18th while at the Kenneth Court Apart ment Complex on East Hills borough Avenue. On May 31t, 41-yearold Rodney Jones was shot and killed as he left a West Tampa night club. Harold Wright, 25, was shot and killed on June 8th, in Palm River. Officers Jeff Kocab and David Curtis were shot and killed two years ago today, on June 29, 2010. Morris has been charged with murder in all four cases. The first trial for the death of Rodney Jones, is scheduled to begin on July 30th.


editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Fr i day 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 1901n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS.CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44 .0CHI Months Both Editions: $87.oo-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions exprMMd on edltorlel thl MWapllpel' by Columnlete or Gue.t Writers, do not -..rlly reflect the edltorlel etence of The Floride Sentinel Bulletin or the Publls!Mr Director Rvans Makes Tough Decision S ummer is upon us, schools are out, and the search for responsible teenage recreation seems a never-ending quest. That's why "TecoTuesday," an event, which allows teenagers literally to party in the street, had seemed such a "win-win" idea. However, the idea went sour when complaints from senior citizens revealed a downside that included loud music, scantily-clad .teenagers, extreme dirty-dancing, and foul language lobbed at anyone who didn't like what was going on. So, this year, amidst the realization that Tampa's teenagers seldom have enough to keep them positively occupied, but with an understanding that teen disrespect especially toward senior citizens had reached an antagonistic crossroads, Tampa Public Housing Authority director Jerome Ryans simply said "No" to any idea about an upcoming "Teco-Tuesday" street dance affair. From West Tampa to East Tampa, from North Tampa to South Tampa, the quality oflife in our communities has always been of the utmost concern. Therefore, though we support supervised summer recreation for our teenagers who deserve a break from the rigors of school, we also embrace the fact that everyone deserves respect, especially our senior citizens. Director Ryans made a tough call, but it was a good call. National Debt Fue.led Bv Wars And Tax Cuts S ince everyone seems about the business of telling the truth, we thought we'djoin in by telling you the truth about America's national debt, which continues to be laid at President Barack Obama's feet, and about where it actually came from. In case you didn't know, our national debt now stands at $16.4 and most of that money was not spent on "Obamacare." Instead, it was squandered on a previous presidenti.t "fantasy search" for so-called weapons of mass-destruction in Iraq. Little did we know that the real weapon of mass destruction was the tab we were running with nations like China and Japan who bankrolled our tanks rolling into Baghdad Much of America's deficit is not only caused by war, but is the result of "Bushite" tax cuts for the rich and a continued extension of the same. In truth, few Americans realized that the invasion in Iraq and what followed was the first time in history that a war had been paid for entirely on credit. What's worse, sources state that when he assumed office, G. W. Bush turned an $86.4 billion surplus left by former President Bill Clinton, into a $10.6 trillion deficit that continues to metastasize like a growing cancer. The truth is America had no business starting a war that we would need to borrow money to fight. "TT Healthcare Law :!:! u.s. Supreme Coon Upholds z President's .Health Care Law PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday morning, in a landmark decision, mem bers of the U. S. Supreme Court issued a ruling uphold ing the individual mandate and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). The court's deci sion came about in a 5-4 vote with Chief Justice John Roberts supporting the law. The court ruled that while the mandate is ruled uncon stitutional under the Consti tution's commerce clause, 1\) 0 ...... 1\) HEALTH CARE SUPPORTERS CELEBRATE the law is permitted as part of Congress's power under a taxing clause. While the ruling was a dramatic victory for President Obama and his ad ministration, it was a devastating defeat for the Republican Party who has vehe mently opposed the law. Chief Justice Roberts wrote in the ruling, "the Affordable Care Act's require ment that certain individuals pay a financial penalty for not obtaining health insur ance may reasonably be characterized as a tax. Be cause the Constitution permits such a tax, it is not our role to forbid it, or to pass upon its wisdom or fairness." Chief Justice Roberts was joined in the majority vote by Justices Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Sonia So-., to mayor, and Elena 6 Kagan. The dissenting votes were casts by Justices Clarence Thomas, tn Samuel Alito, Antonin m Scalia, and Anthony Kennedy. z President Obama says, p! "the Supreme Court ruling 01 on Health Care reform is a C: VICTORY for the people." J= NAACP Encourages Suppon For Anornev General In Contempt Vote z ., c: a:l r-c;; ::z: m c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor An unresolved dispute be tween the Obama Administra tion and the House Republicans could lead to a contempt vote for U. S. Attorney General Eric Holder. The Republicans have threatened to hold Attorney General Holder in contempt of Congress, both civilly and criminally. It would mark the first time in history that such a measure has been taken, and will set a prece dent. The disagreement centers around documents pertaining to a gun-tracking operation, Operation Fast and Furious. Operation Fast and Furi ous involved gun-tracking of weapons from Arizona to Mexico for the purpose of dis mantling elusive gun-runners. In the past, federal agents have prevented guns from crossing the border. However, agents lost track of several hundred guns dur ing the operation. The Repub licans are attempting to force Holder to surrender the doc uments pertaining to Opera tion Fast and Furious. Republicans allege that Attorney General Holder has not been forthcoming with information pertaining to the ill-fated operation. DR. CAROLYN COLLINS President, Hillsborough County Branch NAACP However, President Barack Obama invoked a broad form of executive privi lege and stated Holder does not have to surrender the doc uments last week. The execu tive privilege offers protection from disclosure of internal documents in executive branch agencies. Dr. Carolyn Collins, President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP said, "The U.S. House of Represen tatives could take an extreme measure and vote to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Con gress. "This unprecedented ac tion is unwarranted and, quite frankly, nothing more than an attempt to distract and pre vent him from continuing to enforce the nation's civil and voting rights laws." She further pointed out that Attorney General Holder assumed the role of his position in 2009. Since that time, he has revitalized the Civil Rights Division, fought anti-democracy gover nors seeking to block millions of Americans from voting. m < m -4 c: m tn c ,.. z c Hilary 0. Shelton, Director, Washington Bureau NAACP wrote, "The NAACP supports accountability and "TT transparency at every level. However, this crusade in Congress reeks of partisan poli"" tics. All signs indicate the Attorney General is complying with Congress on the "Fast and Furious" program. "He has supplied Congress with thousands of pages of documents about the program and testified on the issue eight times in the past eighteen months. "Threatening to hold a sit ting U. S. Attorney General in contempt of Congress has se rious consequences _:__ this could lead to a criminal charge that carries up to 12 months in prison. This is a dangerous, destructive and distractive political ploy that must end now," Shelton said. The NAACP is asking citi zens to call his or her repre sentative at (202) 224-3121, and urge them to oppose holding Attorney General C) Holder in contempt of Conm t{l ,.. gress.


All Hail The King "About Damn Time!" LeBron James' words, not mine. But I couldn't have summed up the feeling of the moment any be.tter myself. After years of waiting for the NBA's "Chosen One" to fulfill his prophecy of greatness and after coming so close last year, witnessing James finally hoist the NBA Finals Championship trophy in victory last week made struggling with him through the rough stretches worth every minute. The only thing that could have made it even sweeter would have been to see the expression on > Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert's face as it all went down. Somehow, I can imagine Q him sitting in front of a tele vision, with his legs, arms > and eyes crossed while set ting a little black voodoo 0 doll, with a receding hairline and wearing a #6 Miami tHeat jersey, on fire. I mean, after his insane rant two w years ago, how could you put Gj it past him? c I don't think Hollywood !I! could have scripted it any en better. A hero-turned-villain ::::i who rediscovers his true self, bounces back from failure a. and achieves his goal while silencing his harshest critics iu in spectacular fashion It is a ..1 ..1 m ..1 w picture-perfect story that begs for a sequel. As a fan of basketball and success stories, it's hard for me to understand people who constantly root against this guy? Granted, he could have handled his departure from the Cavaliers with a lit tle less drama. And, maybe his pre-season predictions and welcome to Miami event was a little over-the-top. But, outside of those two public relations missteps, James represents the kind of superstar athlete you wouldn't mind your 10-year old to pattern himself after. The man has his same childhood friends around him. He is engaged to his high school sweetheart. His name never comes up in blogs about out of control athletes. No paternity suits; no gun charges; no drug charges; no disrespect of women, and he goes absolutely "H.A.M." every single night. The only thing I don't like about him is that I'm not able to introduce him to my daughter. But besides that, I enjoy seeing James win for the same reasons I enjoyed watching Michael Jordan, Mike Tyson, Michael Jackson and Tiger Woods when they were at the top of their games. I like watching greatness in motion. If you're a New York Knicks or Boston Celtics fan I can see why you would have a problem with the man who constantly gets in your team's way. But, as far as the person who wants to see LeBron fail for no other reason than his desire to see him not succeed, there are only two words that can describe that individual.. .. pure jealousy. This is the kind of person that James referred to last year as having to return to their "miserable lives." The person who not so much celebrated a Dallas Mavericks victory as they did a LeBron James loss. They dislike James for the same reason they envy everyone else who is success ful. Mainly because they are not him. This is why I jumped on the Lebron James/ Miami Heat bandwagon in the first place. I wanted to share James' joy when he finally had a chance to make his detractors choke on their own Haterade. It didn t happen exactly when we thought it would. But, I'm glad it happened when it did. It was "about damn time." Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. Supreme Coon SJrikes Down lev Pans 01 Arizona's Immigration law WASHINGTON -The Supreme Court has struck down key provisions of Arizona's crackdown on immigrants. But the court said Monday that one much-debated -part of the law could go forward -the portion requiring police to check the status of someone they suspect is not in the United States legally. Even there, though, the justices said the provision could be subject to additional legal challenges The decision upholds the "show me your papers pro vision for the moment. But it takes the teeth out of it by prohibiting police officers from arresting pe9ple on minor immigration charges. Justice Kennedy wrote the opinion for the court that was unanimous on allowing the status check to go forward. The court was divided on striking down the other portions. Supreme Coon Decision On Arizona Immigration law Could Still lead To Racial Profiling The Supreme Court's decision about Arizona' s cruel anti-immigration statute is a mixed bag and a cautionary note for black folks. The Supreme Court struck down three odious provisions that are clearly unconstitutional, including the one that would have allowed police to stop without a warrant anyone deemed suspicious of being in the United States illegally and another that criminalizes undocumented people seeking employment. But it left standing the pro vision of the law that allows Arizona police to request papers for anyone they stop or detain and mandates checking of documents before releasing anyone who is arrested, a provision that can only lead to increased racial profiling. As Mrican Americans, we must realize that these antiimmigration laws are not about "them" vs. "us" but intrinsically include us in their broad sweep, as civil rights violations always do. Black people have always been in the forefront of the civil rights movement. Joining our allies on opposing these discriminatory anti-immigra tion laws is no exception. We know well the suffering and poisoned fruit that racial profiling yields. Make no mis take, we will be caught up in this net of discrimination. In Alabama, home of the nation's worst anti-immigrant statute, the first n people arrested by Tuscaloosa police for violating the "license not on person" section of its law last year were two Black females, four Black males, one white female and four Hispanic males." Once locked up, detainees bear the burden of proving their "lawful presence and are not released until they can. The first person in the state arrested in alleged viola tion of Alabama s anti-immigration law spent an entire weekend in jail before he was determined to be lawfully in the United States and released. The Ariwna law flies in the face of everything we have fought for It is antithetical to the quintessentially American values expressed by our civil rights movement. Thousands marched in New York last week to protest s top and frisk laws that allow those tasked with protecting us from vio lating our civil liberties on the basis of our appearance The Supreme Court decision now gives Arizona similar


Obama News :!! c Pres. Obama Savs The obamas Media Companies He Will Fight For Unite To Illuminate Immigration Reform Black Buvinu Power President Barack Obama speaks at The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials' Annual Conference at the Walt Disney World Resort, Friday, June 22, 2012, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL. Appealing to Hispanic voters, President Barack Obama on Friday defended his decision to lift the threat of deportation for hundreds of thousands of illegal immi grants, saying it gave them an overdue sense of hope." He challenged Republicans in Congress to join him finally on a big, broad fix of the U.S. immigration laws. Pres. Obama tailored his re-election message of economic fairness and opportunity to his audience of Latino officials, address ing the group one day after Republican rival Mitt Romney did the same. Hispanic voters are a vital constituency in states that could swing the election, from Florida to Nevada to Virginia. The President said the nation needs ideas and poli cies that build up the middle class and "our current immigration system doesn't reflect those values." The system punishes immigrants who play by the rules and drives away entrepreneurs who can get an education in America, but cannot stay here legally, he said. President Obama Wants To Visit Set 01 Jackie Robinson Movie '42' U. S. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama poses with a team jersey at an event honoring the 2011 Baseball World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals on January 17, 2012 in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC. The president recently expressed interest in the game of baseball and specifi cally in "42," the new movie chronicling the career of the first African-American Major League Baseball player Jackie Robinson. Pres. Obama asked his staffers to make a request for him to visit the set of the upcoming film. Movie studios often invite members of the press to the sets of upcoming films as a way to build buzz. In the case of Pres. Barack Obama, however, no invitations are needed. According to Deadline.com, Pres. Obama will reportedly head to the set of the Jackie Robinson biopic "42" on Tuesday after White House staffers made the request. "42" is about the life of Jackie Robinson, the first African American baseball player to reach the major leagues. It stars Harrison Ford as Brooklyn Dodgers general manager Branch Rickey (the man responsi ble for bringing Robinson up) and Chadwick Boseman as Robinson. Pres. Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama participate in a Memorial Day event a the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall May 28, Washington, DC. In a new campaign video, the Obamas share what their first date together was like. They started at the Art Institute of Chicago where they had lunch in the courtyard. They then went on a walk and ended the night with Spike Lee's landmark film Do The Right Thing. "He showed me all the sides, he was hip, cutting edge, cultural, sensitive, the First Lady said. "Take tips gentlemen" the president said with a grin on his face. New Boollloolls At The Earll Yean 01 Pres. Obama BARACK OBAMA The S tory DAVID MARAN ISS Pulitzer-winning writer David Maraniss traveled around the globe to examine the early life of America's 44th president. Maraniss journeyed from Kansas to Kenya to Indonesia to Honolulu in search of Pres. Barack Obama's ancestral and cultural history. Maraniss also attempts to provide deeper insight as how Pres. Obama's multi cultural past shapes his pre sent day character. The biog raphy, Barack Obama: The Story, was just released. In a historic show of unity, leading African American media entities are uniting to bring awareness of Black buying power to large advertisers and general audiences through the #INTHEBLACK campaign, which launches today. "We're bringing together leading media and advertising enterprises that serve African American communi ties to showcase ways Black consumers are growing in market influence, and to provide companies with greater opportunities to meet the needs of this valu able community and grow their businesses," Derek J. Murphy, General Manager, Multicultural, of AOL Huffington Post Media Group, told theGrio about this groundbreaking endeav or. The #INTHEBLACK cam paign will highlight the fact that African-American spending reached a massive $957 billion dollars in 2010, and that Blacks' buying power is projected to reach $1.2 trillion by 2015. Noted trendsetters through their consumption, AfricanAmericans comprise only 12 percent of the U.S. population, yet consistently outspend all ethnic groups in several key categories including electronics and entertainment. Despite this, leaders in Black media and advertising perceive that the robust nature of the Black market has been overlooked, as has the necessity of targeting it O through Black media. :a #INTHEBLACK, which is 6 backed by a massive group )t of firms ranging from Essence Communications to z Black Enterprise, seeks to i combat this misperception. m ''The consortium will use its collective resources and c: strength to speak to .the J= advertising community and consumer audience to raise z awareness and create a "'0 sense of urgency around the 5j economic opportunity the r Black consumer segment presents," BET Networks, m another notable partner, C d m announce m a press < release. "African American !B media has the ability -< to reach the African American consumer base m directly and is an important resource in identifying and )lo establishing trends within the Black community. #INTHEBLACK aims to amplify the value of engag:!! ing African-Americans g through Black targeted -< media and agencies." Organizations in this col lective include TheGrio, BET Networks, HuffPost BlackVoices, Inner City Broadcasting Company, Steve Harvey Radio, The Root, The Africa Channel, UniWorld Group, Johnson Publishing Company and Vibe Media, among a total of 26 participating businesses. Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies "#I Bay Area One Stop Shop" Sis. Julia J. Folks.. NR Owaer 1909 E. Buseb Tampa, FL 3361 290917-Tampa,


N One Church One Child Sponsors Field Trip For Foster Kids l The adults shown in the photograph from left to right are Kesi Markham, Emily Zoeller, Freddie Brinson, LaKay Payson, Many Kumrits, Brent Hobbs, Jamila Tippit, Erin Canepa, and Kahlilah Louis. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The One Church One Child came into exis&&. in 1980. Father 0 Clements founded program inJllinois. >In 1988, the late Father icC Coler became the 5J of the Department W Children and Families for State of Florida and introthe concept. w The goal of One Church > One Child is to help African w children in the fosfil care system find permal: nent homes. The organization works in partnership with the m :J ll. Abundant Department of Children and Families. In conjunction with sev eral other organizations, the Tampa-based branch of the organization sponsored a field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) for 14 youngsters waiting for homes. Mrs. LaKay Fayson, Re cruitment Coordinator for One Church One Child, said eleven of the children are available for adoption. The youngsters were accompanied on the field trip by Care Man agers and Adoption Specialists from Camelot Community Care, Inc. A transporter from the Children s Home Society z t= w ..J ..J :J m ..J w z 4125 Nassau Street W Tamp a Florida 33607(813)875-9077 www abundantllfeonllne.com t= z w en c( 0 a: 0 ..J &&. c( CIO w (!) We!kly Gatherings Sunday School: 9:30A.M. Momlng Worship: 11:00A.M. Bible Institute: Wednesday, 7:30P.M. lnterceesory Prayer: MondayFriday 8:00A.M. Corporate Prayer: 1st&: 3rd Friday, 7:30P.M. have com that they might havellfe .. more ABUNDANTLY'-StJohn 10:10 also attended. In addition to the trip, the youngsters enjoyed a box lunch of Cuban sandwiches, chips, and a drink. Mrs. Fayson, along with Ms. Keosha Randall, prepared special gifts for them as well. Niara Fayson and Evan State Lawson assisted them. One Church One Child has a 23-member board with Rev. Beverly Lane serving as its current president. The organ ization also has volunteer Local Advisory Committees. Mrs. Fayson said of the program, "If you are interested in adopting or fostering a child, becoming a Church Partner, a volunteer Local Ad visory member, or donating to One Church One Child of Florida, please contact me at (813) 985-7831." The toll free number for One Church One Child is 1-888-283-0886. Judge Refuses To Block Florida Voter Purge TALLAHASSEE, FL -A federal judge has refused to stop Florida from removing potentially non-U.S. citizens from its voter rolls. The U.S. Department of Justice sued the state to halt the purge, arguing it was going on too close to a federal election. U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle said Wednesday that there was nothing in federal voting laws that prevent the state from identifying non-U.S. citizens even if it comes less than 90 days before the Aug. 14 election. Hinkle 11}led that federiu laws are designed to block states from removing eligible voters close to an election. He said they are not designed to stop states from blocking voters who should have never been allowed to cast ballots in the first place. Gov. Rick Scott praised Hinkle's decision, saying "irreparable harm will result if non-citi zens are allowed to vote." 5un4ay's Sterman: Fisbfn' for Men 3838 N .29th St./ Tampa, FL 33610 813.248.6600 I I ww:W.fbcch.otg l't S &!ittO'M, 5t.


Local Residents To, Compete Forso,ooo Technolouv Makeover To celebrate FiOS Quan tum, the record-setting home broadband service introduced by Verizon FiO S last week, Verizon has announced the "Families on FiOS" vid eo con tact, where Tampa Bay area families, roommates and friends can compete to win a home technology makeover valued at nearly $9,000. To enter the contest, Veri zon asks area residents to film a short video, between three and five minutes, and share it at the contest website, Veri zon.com/FamiliesOnFiOS. Contestants have until Aug. 6 to submit their video. After that, five entries will be chosen to compete for the grand prize. The general pub lic will have two weeks to vote for their favorite video. On Sept. 19, the winning video will be awarded the grand prize a technology makeover package valued at near l y $10,000 The mak eo ve r include s a 52-inch HDTV, laptop, sur roun d sound system, a $1,000 Visa Prepaid Card, a year o f free FiOS Home Monit o ring and Control services and a year of free FiOS, including FiOS TV service, FiOS Internet and FiOS Digital Voice. The contest is open to any one residing in the six counties FiOS serves, which are Hills borough, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Manatee and Sarasota. For complete contest de tails and prize information, please visit Verizon.com/Fam iliesOnFiOS. FYI Congresswoman Announces $11 Million Riverwalk Grant Congresswoman Kath y Castor announced that the City of Tampa is receiving an approximately $11 million grant to help complete the Riverwalk, a 2.6-mile pathway that will link the Chan nel District with Tampa Heights Castor advocated for the grant to be awarded to the City of Tampa because it is a significant investment in our community's infrastructure, leading to more jobs and economic deve lo pment "T'I r-0 :::D c )> C/) m z :j z m r-ID c: r r-!!I z c: m r-Ci) :::t m c m < m 2 m C/) c )> z c "T'I :::D c


N .... New Main Street z Restaurant Announces Grand Opening u.. In this photo are: Peacock, Javon, Devida Belove, Charmaine, Casonova, Enna, Eugene, Ms. Shirley, Floyd Joy, Haravette, and Jeff Hil lUre. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer At the same location the legendary and great Moses White once served food, Jeff Hilaire is announcing the C grand opening of the Main [ Street Choice Restaurant and u.. cafe. With a big show highlight <( ing the event, Hilaire will be featuring an all-you-can-eat C soul food buffet, as well as an cn assortment of other dishes. Hilaire hopes the opening ..,. of this new restaurant will > spark other businesse s open ffi ing along Main Street. > I'd like to see other busiW nesse s follow our lead and bring prosperity back to this :::r:: CJ) ::::i CD ::::::> Q. z j::: w ...J ...J ::::::> CD ...J w z j::: z w CJ)

Local Communitv Invited To Join celebration With A legend' MS. THERESA MANUEL On Friday, July 27th from 7 p. m. until 10 p. m., an evening of "Celebration With A Legend" will be held at Dee Serving Spoon Cafe, 3255 West Cypress. The legend who will be celebrated is Tampa's own Olympian Ms. Theresa A. Manuel. The celebration will take place during the opening ceremony broadcast of the 2012 Olympics in London England. The event for Ms. Manuel is to celebrate a great milestone in her life, 64 years after her debut with the American Olympic Team at the 1948 games in London. Ms. Theresa A. Manuel was born in Tampa on January 7, 1926 to Willie and Frances (Washington) Manuel. She attended the schools of Hillsborough County, grad uating from Middleton High school in 1944. She later attended Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, majoring in Physical Education, and received her B. S. d egree in 1949 During her college years at Tuskegee Institute, Ms. Manuel not onl y participated in the sport of basket ball, where her team held conference champions status for four consecutive years, but also in track and field events, compiling This is a 1944 photo of Theresa Manuel nmning hurdles for Middleton High School. records and victories that thrust her team to four championships. In 1947, Ms. Manuel participated in a track meet at the University of Chicago. During the event, she set the record time for the so-yard indoor dirt track hurdles that she still holds until this day. Ms. Manuel was later honored by being cposen as a member of the 1948 U. S. Olympic Track team, making her the first African American Floridian to pete in the Olympic Games. Ms. Manuel competed in the So-meter hurdles and was third leg in the 440yard team relay and javelin throw. She, along with the rest of the team, were received in the White House by President Harry Truman when they returned to the states. Ms. Manuel was a physi cal education instructor at Middleton High School, and coached girls basketball. Her team won three state championships. Leaving Middleton after 21 years,. Ms. Manuel coached girl's basketball at Hillsborough High School for 17 years, where her teams won conference, dis trict, and regional titles. Ms. Manuel received many honors through the t:y Speaking for ., ;;;;...:=::.....;;_....:::..;;;.::....:....;,.;;;.Jb In this 1948 photo of the Women's Track and Field team are: (Front row, left to right): Dorothy :a Dodson, Lillian Young, Nell Jackson, Mae Faggs, and Mabel Walker. On the second row are 6 Audrey Patterson, Alice Coachman, Theresa Manuel, Frances Kaszubski, Bernice Robinson, )> Emma Reed, and Jean Walraven. en years. Among them was her being named "Coach of the Year" for Hillsborough County in 1975, and 1976, and "Coach of the Year" for the State of Florida in 1976. On November 2, 1979, Ms. Manuel was inducted into the Tuskegee Institute Hall of Fame; in March 1994, she became the first African American woman inducted into the Tampa Sports Hall of Fame. Ms. Manuel was honored, along with other Olympians, by the 2012 Olympic Committee of the State of Florida, during their reception in March 2000. m Since March 1973, track and field events held at z Hillsborough High School p! have been named the m "Theresa Manuel? Relays., rMs. Manuel, now 86 !!I years old, is expected to be Z front and center during the celebration. m r-(i) % m bsterHaven c Fresh Ell Slln-111 ChDWdan IISSIIS S .. lll M1 _.s499 s3991b. $5-99 $599 m CALL AHEAD FOR SPECIAL ORDERS ..... .....


MIKE B. And TONY A Happy birthday, "Mike B." Local MIKE B. And Daughter Organizations To Host Teen 4th II JUIV Anti-BUIIV Talent Show c HACAP International Foundation has partnered with Jobs a: 4 USATeens to launch the first employment initiative to help LL adults and teens stay out of trouble. On Wednesday, July 4th at the HACAP Resou rce Center, < 909 East Skagwa y Avenue, a teen talent contest and showcase will be held featuring local legends. C There will be free barbecue and representatives from Metro ffi PCS and McDonalds will be in attendance. Using the theme Saving Our Springs, the groups hope they can help reduce teen crime, and increase public safety through their creative arts center and employment options w > to earn honest money to survive the current economy and job-W less market. ffi The purpose of the event is to give back to the community, l: and le t the youth know they are not forgotten. HACAP offers a Life Choice Food Program to combat child a hood obesity, after school creative arts programs, community employment/resource and outreach center, and a Net Work z Cafe, all opening in the fall of 2012. i= w ..J ..J ::l m ..J w z Solid waste Advises on Storm Debris Disposal i= Z Residents within the City of Tampa may place storm debris at the curbside for collection. Debris should be placed away < from obstructions such as mailboxes, parked vehicles, fences, C water meters, etc. Residential customers wishing to schedule storm debris ..J pickups are encouraged to call the customer service call center u. at (813) 348-1111, or contact the Department of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management online via the customer service request center at http://www.tampae;ov.net/appl cus tomer service center/. < I N ..... Residents can also dispose of the debris at McKay Bay Trans fer Station. They will be required to present a current City of Tampa utility bill and driver's license. Residents may drop-off brush and large bulky items free of charge. The hours of operation are Monday, TUesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The hours of operation on Wednesday and Saturday are 8 a m. to 4:30p.m. McKay Bay Transfer Station is closed on Sunday. JESSICA WILLIAMS Happy 17th birthda y to the love of my life! I love you so very much ... Mom. Fireworks Use 01 Fireworks Increases Risk 01 Fire And lniurv The National Fire Protec tion Association (NFP A) re leased its fireworks report that explores fire and injury dangers related to consumer fireworks. The report shows that in 2010 alone, an esti mated 15,500 reported fires were started by fireworks. It also showed 8,6oo injuries related to fireworks were treated in U. S. hospital emer gency rooms. The report also shows that there are more fires on a typical Fourth of July than any other day of the year. Fire works account for two out of five of those fires, more than any other cause of fires. The report demonstrates using consumer fireworks heightens the risk of injury and even death. The study showed: fireworks injury was highest for children ages 5-14 with more than twice the risk for the general population; and sparklers and novelties alone accounted for 38 per cent of the 8,6oo emergency room fireworKs injuries in 2010. LYN Returning by popular demand is this week's Spot light feature, he gorgeous Lyn. This young lady believes everyone should "do what they love, and love what they do." Her hobbies are modeling, shopping, and going to the beach. In the future, Lyn plans to complete college and get a degree in technical writing. She also wants to market herself as a model and fashion critic. Lyn says the man in her life must be someone who is intelligent, a go-getter, hard working, and takes care of his responsibilities. Congratulations to Lyn for being special enough to return as this week's Spotlight feature If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and information to lcrews@flsentinel.com. Booth Rental Available Ask


'TI Local :!! Former Sickles Star To Enter NBA Draft Former Sickles High School basketball star, John Henson, has decided to by pass his senior year at North Carolina, and join at least three of his teammates by en tering the 2012 NBA draft. bounds, and 6.1 blocks per game in ?008-2009. As a junior at North Car olina, Henson was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Con ference first team after aver aging 13.7 points, 9.9 rebounds, and 2.9 blocks. As a sophomore, he became the first Tar Heel to earn ACC "Defensive Player of the Year honors while averaging 11.7 points, and 10.1 re bounds. Henson, 6'11" tall, was born in Greensboro, North Carolina. For three years, he attended Round Rock High School in Round Rock, Texas. In his senior year, his family moved to Tampa and he transferred to Sickles High School where he aver aged 17.6 points, 12.2 re-JOHN HENSON NBA insiders expect Henson to be drafted late in the first round. .Tampa Bav Tuskegee Alumni Club Will Meet on June aoth Tuskegee Alumni are invited to join the Tampa Bay Tuskegee Alumni Club at its monthly meeting on Saturday, June 30, 2012, 12 Noon, at the Jimmy B. Keel Regional Library, 2902 W. Bearss Avenue, Tampa. A major agenda item will be plans to attend the biennial Tuskegee Alumni National Convention to be held on August 1-5, 2012, in New Orleans, LA. The last six months have been busy and productive ones. In addition to the focus on fostering the educational doctrines of founder Booker T. Washington, club members gathered in December for a holiday social; cel ebrated Founder's Day at St. Peter Claver Church, made a donation to St. Peter Claver School and culminated the day with lunch at a local restaurant; provided financial support for the Spring College Tour sponsored by Tampa District Sons of Allen. The Tampa Bay Club is comprised of grad uates from Tampa, Lakeland, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sarasota and Bradenton. Col. Wilson Blount is President. Congress Agrees To Add 26 svnthetic Drugs To Controlled Substances Act The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) recently commended House and Senate negotiators for agreeing on legislation to control 26 synthetic drugs under the Controlled Substances Act. These drugs include those commonly found in products marketed as "K2" and Spice." The addition of these chemicals to Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act will be included as part of S. 3187, the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act. Schedule I substances are those with a high potential for abuse; have no medical use in treatment in the United States; and lack an accepted safety for use of the drug. Omega Psi Phi Fraternitv Sponsor A Blood Drive c.. c: z m N Last month, members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity hosted a !.D blood drive as one of their community service projects. The event focused on the importance of donating blood. (Photography by Toby Scott). C') m .....


Nr----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sports Manial Anist Continues EHon To Get Program Into local Schools a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Before the School District of Hillsborough County decided to put a golf program into its schools, martial arts expert, Master Chris Holmes thought students would bene fit from his program. Master Holmes feels there's no better discipline example than the martial arts. Martial Arts is exactly what it says it is, an art. It instills discipline, structure, and concentration. All of those are principles children can benefit from. "I've tried to get martial arts instructors into area schools, but without success. I still feel children can improve academ-MASTER CHRIS HOLMES >ically and socially through this C( sport." C Master Holmes has held ff demonstrations all over the c city, mostly at community and Z recreational centers, in an c( effort to gain support for his cheaper than golf, and much more productive. I'm not say ing golf isn't a good thing, but I just feel the majority of chil dren will benefit more from martial arts." Master Holmes plans to hold more demonstrations throughout the summer, and invites children and parents to attend. effort. "If the parents can see what I'm offering, they could turn out to be my strongest sup porters c U) w .... > a: w > w "My plan is to continue to market my sport with the hopes that I can get a meeting with some county officials, and we can reach an agree ment. "I feel what I'm offering is "I'd even like to get them involved, because I'm confi dent this sport will improve the lives of the entire family and the community." c ---------------------------------------------w J: U) m Q. z i= w ...J ...J m Venus Williams suners Round 1 Deteat At Wimbledon Tennis pro extraordinaire Venus Williams went up against Russian rival Elena Vesnina, 25, on Monday and lost during the first round of the women's singles match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon, England. THREE POINT SHOOT-OUT BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT SATURDAY, JUNE 23,2012 NOON-3 P.M. WOODLAND TERRACE PARK 6410 N. 32ND AVE TEAMSOFTWO $20.00 ENTRY FEE PER PERSON ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENifRT FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING TEAM LUNCH AND DRINKS ARE INCLUDED 1ST PLACE $100 PER TEAM 2ND PLACE $50 PER TEAM 3RD PLACE $25 PER TEAM L_. 813-.562-7115 FOR TICKET INFORMATION owvane Wade, Sr. AllegediV Sued For Unpaid Student loans DWYANE WADE, SR. AND DWYANE WADE, JR. Dwyane Wade, Sr., the dad of six-time All-Star and two-time NBA champion son, Dwyane Wade, Jr., is allegedly in default of a U.S. government higher education loan to the tune of $4,630.46. Wade, Sr. reportedly took out the loan in 2001 to attend the Environmental Technical Institute, a heat ing, air conditioning and refrigeration school in Illinois. During the same year, Wade, Jr. became a freshman at Marquette University in Milwaukee. IS Basketball Star Crashes Car, CriUcallv InJures 3Friends MONICA KNIGHT Monica Knight, 17, sent texts about going on a "blunt cruise" before veering across the road and crashing her BMW into a school bus, criti cally injuring three friends. According to the Mail, marijuana residue and pre scription pills were found lit tered throughout the car. Knight, who had only had her license for four months, and her three passengers had planned on attending their junior prom on the day of the crash, but were all hospital ized. At her arraignment on Thursday, Knight pleaded not guilty to charges includ ing reckless operation and drug possession. She was released on the condition that she wear a GPS unit, give up her license and observe a 10 p.m. curfew. Oprah's Set To lnteniew Miami Heat Stars The Miami Heat celebrate. On her show Oprah's Next Chapter, Oprah Winfrey has had 50 Cent, Paris Jackson, the Kardashians, Rihanna, and Lady Gaga and her mother. Next Sunday she is set to also have members of the most sought after NBA championship winners: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and other members of the Miami Heat. Repon: Jimmie Giles And Aaron Sears File Suit Against NFL, Bucs Former offensive lineman Aaron Sears is filing suit against the NFL along with former Buccaneer Jimmie Giles. Sears, Giles, and two others are naming the NFL, NFL Properties, Riddell Helmets, and six teams (Buccaneers, Lions, Bills, Dolphins, Eagles and Titans) as defendants on the suit The players are claiming they were misled by those ballclubs on the dangers of concussions intentionally. Jimmie Giles played for the Buccaneers from 19781986 and was inducted into the Ring of Honor at Raymond James Stadium JIMMIE GILES And AARON SEARS last December. Sears started in 15 games for the Buccaneers in 2008 but later went missing from the team in 2009 to attend to "personal issues." It was later reported that he was suffering from a neurologi cal condition stemming from a concussion. Four-Team College Football Plavon Gets Approval WASHINGTON College football will finally have a playoff. Come 2014, the BCS is dead. A committee of university presidents on Tuesday approved the BCS commis sioners' plan for a four-team playoff to start in two years. "A four-team playoff does n't go too far," Virginia Tech President Charles W. Steger said. "It goes just the right amount. The move completes a six month process for the com missioners, who have been working on a new way to determine a major college football champion after years of griping from fans. "There were differences of views," Steger said. "I think it would be a serious mistake to assume it was a rubber stamp." Instead of simply match ing the nation's No. 1 and No. 2 teams in a champi onship game after the regu lar season, the way the Bowl Championship Series has done since 1998, the new format will create a pair of national semifinals. No 1 will play No. 4, and No. 2 will play No.3


__ a __ nt--=a=--n-=-d 1here' s VultUres II d z Vanessa Divorce on, out There lama n arson For Now Charged With DUI g KOBE AND VANESSA BRYANT Kobe Bryant's wife, Vanessa Bryant will not sign documents that make their divorce final, sighting full reconciliation. Since filing for divorce back in December, Vanessa and K obe have been spend ing more time with each other, though Kobe has not moved back in with his wife. Under California law, Vanessa has to wait 6 months before she can file final documents making the divorce official The 6-month mark is this weekend, so Vanessa could end the marriage as early as Monday. Chad Ochocinco Mav Change last Name To 'Seisnueve' For Porn Site CHAD OCHOCINCO Chad Ochocinco was recently released from the New England Patriots, which explains his "UNEM PLOYED BLACK GUY Twitter handle. After exchanging tweets with the porn site Purnhub, Ochocinco may not be unemployed for much longer. Pornhub first tweeted at th e football star offering him $ 69 ,000 to change his name to Chad Seisnueve. The last name is a play on the number69. Ochocinco in turn retweet e d the m replying, Add a o in front of the 9." The porn site in turn fol lowed up accepting the offer with the hashtag SeriousOffer It appears that Ochocinco is willing to change his name for a full 24 hours for the huge payday. He tweeted, "As followers you would change your name for 24 hours for 6o9k ... It's only a full 24 hours." Drew Brees Hopeful OtlonuTerm Deal With Saints DREWBREFS NEW YORK New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees is confident that he and'the Saints will agree on a long-term contract With the start of training camp about a month off, the two sides still have "a ways t o go" to close the gap, the 2010 Super Bowl MVP sai d Tuesday. Nonetheless, he said, ''I'm confident, and always have been, that we'll get a long term deal accomplished. Brees acknowledged that the NFL s bounty investigation into the Saints has slowed down negotiations This has been a stressful offseason in a lot of ways. There s been a lot of distrac tions for everybody," he said. "I'm not using that as an excuse other than just stating it as fact. That has delayed things quite a bit at times." ROB E R T GRIFFIN, ill BEREA, Ohio Redskins r oo kie quarterback Robert Griffin III said the arrest o f a former Bayl o r basketball player for allegedly t rying to extort money from t h e Heisman Trophy winner is a good lesson for NFL rookies. "There's vultures out there, people looking to climb on top of all your money," Griffi n said Tuesday, taking a break from teaching football skills to kids during a Play 60 event at the Browns' training facili ty. Jets Dl Wilkerson lniured In Car Crash MUHAMMAD WILKERSON NEWARK, NJ-New York Jets defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerso n is expected to be ready f o r training camp next month after suffering minor injuries in a two-car crash early Saturday. New Jersey State Police Lt. Stephen J ones said Monday that Wilkerson was driving a 2011 Dodge Challenger northbound on the Garden State Parkway in Kenilworth, Union County He attempted to change lanes and struck the rear left side of a 2011 Toyota Sienna carrying 11 people. Wilkerson's vehicle flipped over and came to rest on its roof ATLANTA P olice say f o rmer Atlanta Falcons running back J a m a l Anderso n is facing a charge of driving under the influence after an officer pulled him over just north east of Athmta. DeKalb County police spokeswoman Mekka Parish says Anderso n was taken into custody around 4 :30 a.m. Sunday. Authorities said Anderson was booked into the DeKalb Cou nty Jail and released later S unday after p o sting bond. The full p ol i c e rep ort o n the circumstances of his arres t had not been complet-JAMAL ANDERSO N ed and it wasn't known whether Anderson has an attorney representing him in the case. Anderson played eight seasons for the Falcons before leaving with a knee injury in 2 001. 1\) ., r-0 c ,.. CJ) m z :::1 -----------------------------------z 2012 NBA Draft m r-m c: ANTHONY DAVIS .. projected first pick of the 2 012 NBA Draft. Everyone expected 6'10" Kentucky power forward, Anthony Davis to be the first pick in this year's NBA draft t o the New Orleans Hornets. From there, however, some experts had either 6'9" power forward Tho m a s Robinso n from Kansas going number two, or 6'4" Florida guard, B radley B eal to the Charlotte Bobcats The remaining top five r-r picks will go to the Washington Wizards at z number three, Cleveland 'lJ Cavaliers at number four, 5j and the Sacramento Kings at C number five. Listed to go in the top five m with Davis, Robinson and C Beal were Harrison Barnes from North m Carolina, and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist from -t Kentucky ffi Davis Traderlls Hisarow CJ) c ,.. z c Anthony Davis is all but ., a lock to go number one overall to the New Orleans Hornets in this week's NBA Draft. He's drawn comparisons to Bill Russell for his play on the floor and now is mak ing news for moves off the court. The 19-year-old college champion has trademarked the phrases 'Fear The Brow' and 'Raise The Brow.'


Entertainment Kelis Speaks Out About Nas' Wedding Dress Album Cover c a: u.. Kells has finally decided to share her thoughts on her ex-husband Nas who made a nod to their ill-fated marriage on the cover of his new album. The singer says she ad mires her ex-husband for wearing his "feelings on his sleeve." "My feelings about it are not really relevant, but you know at the end of the day N as is an artist. And for whatever it's worth he s one of the greatest, and especially for what it is he does. KELIS&NAS WEDDING PHOTO NAS ALBUM COVER "So for me, I feel like espe cially for someone in hip-hop to kind of be genuine and honest, whatever the honesty is about, I think it's awesome. Mourning Michael Jackson: 3 Years Later c a: u.. c z < Three years ago, June 29th, the world lost one of the greatest entertainers it has ever seen. Michael Jackson's untimely death at the age of so shocked fans evel)'Where and sparked im mediate memorials and tribc UJ utes in his honor. Jackson's death was ulti1mately found to be a homift cide, caused mai?ly by a w powerful anesthetic Propoiij fol. c His cardiologist, Dr. Con rad Murray, was found UJ guilty in 2011 of involuntary manslaughter (for giving him ::::l the lethal dose) and senD. tenced to 4 years in prison. Michael Jackson's suc w cessful music career, along :I with his humanitarian work, are just part of a tremendous ...J legacy being remembered. W The international super star first entered the music z industry as a member of the w MICHAEL JACKSON Jackson 5 when he was just 11 years old. According to the late enter tainer's website, since going solo in the early 1980s, Jack son has "sold an estimated 750 million records world wide, released 13 No. 1 sin gles and became one of a handful of artists to be in ducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame." Undoubtedly one of the best recording artists of all time, Michael Jackson will forever be remembered as the KingofPop. 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Besides the traditional paper version, featuring the circular Oprah book club logo, special e-editions will be made avail able that include Winfrey's comments and a reader's guide. 50 Cent In Car Accident, Released From Hospital N E W YORK A representative for so Cent says the rap per is out of the hospital so CENI' after being injured in a car accident in New York on Tuesday morning. The rep says so Cent was taken to New York Hospital Queens where he was treated for "minor neck and back in juries" and is now" doing fine." Bruce Miller, who was driving the car, was also in jured and has been released from the hospital. Photos of the 36-year-old on a stretcher are posted on his website www.Thisisso.com. The Grammy winner, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, appears in a neck brace in two photos No other details were pro vided. NY Club uauor ucensa Suspended After DrakeChris Brown BraWl NEWYORK -ANewYork City nightclub that was the site of a bottle-hurling brawl after a dispute between the en tourages of singers Drake and Chris Brown has had its liquor license suspended. The State Liquor Authority suspended the license ofW.i.P and its adjacent Greenhouse during an emergency meeting Tuesday night. Agency Chairman Dennis Rosen tells the Daily News that the authority would not tolerate violent bars that break the law. The company that runs Greenhouse sued the city Mon day for shutting it down, say ing it was losing $264,000 a week. Bevonce Boosts Hopes Bv Writing To Blind Teen Beyonce may not have the power to heal but a per sonal letter from the interna tional superstar might just be the next best thing. The singer has recently penned a correspondence to Timmy Kelly, an 18 year old who is blind and has cere bral palsy. Having met Timmy when he was only 13, the young man has now grad uated high school and been accepted to college. Like a proud friend, Bey once wrote about Timmy's BEYONCE accomplishments and how he is an inspiration to others, herself included. Judge Fines Rapper Flo Rida For lViDU Southern rapper Flo Rida may be a hit on the music charts, but he certainly isn't a hit in the courtroom. Flo Rida was just slapped with a $7k fine for lying to a judge in case where Flo Rida is being sued by a former em ployee who says he paid her below minimum wage as she worked her fingers to the bone. As the story goes, Ma-FLORIDA hogany Miller is suing the "Wild Ones" rapper alleging he paid her $3.08 an hour. Jennifer Willialls' Bentlev Repossessed Reality TV star Jennifer Williams' Bentley has been repossessed. According to reports, Williams was sued by Toy ota Motor Credit Corporation after they claimed that she stopped making car pay ments. However a source close to Williams and her estranged husband, Eric Williams, said that Eric stopped mak-JENNIFER WILLIAMS ing payments on the car. The car is said to already be on the line up for auction. Ludacris, Keri Hilson Volunteer To Restore Atlanta High School Ludacris and Keri Hil son commemorated the first day of summer Wednesday (June 20) by doing volunteer work at a local high school near Atlanta. Hilson and Luda, both from the area, visited Os borne High School where they helped to restore the ed ucational facility, which is the oldest in Cobb County. Sponsored by Bing and Do Something.org, Luda and Hilson did everything from cleaning to painting. "It gives your life a purpose and you may not realize that when you're young, but it really does give you a sense of ap-LUDACRIS And KERIHILSON predation, a humbleness that you wouldn't get if you weren't being so selfless, Hilson said. Pop rap group Far East Movement were also on hand to show their support.


Entertainment Paris Jackson Goes Out on A Date Paris Jackson, the only daughter of the late King of Pop, was spotted this week end with someone who is believed to be her boyfriend. The two were going on a date to the movie theater. The 14-y ear-old daughter report edly watched the new ani mated film Brave. Like many teenage girls, Paris Jackson is finding PARIS JACKSON herself interested in boys. Samuell. Jackson Stars In 'Beez In The Trap' Samuel L. Jackson, host for this year's 2012 BET Awards, is star ring in a number of promo videos for the event. "Beez in the Trap" is one of them, a short parody of Nicki Minaj's song with the same title. SAMUEL JACKSON Qulncv Jones san DlddJ couldn't Recognize I B-Fiat lilt Hit Him' QUINCY JONES Quincy Jones was speak ing at Spotify launch event on Tuesday when he slammed Diddy's musical abilities. Jones was quoted saying Diddy "couldn't recognize a bflat if it hit him, and went on to note the the hip-hop moguls marketing skills as his talents. Michael K. Willia01s Joins The Cast 011welve Years A Slave' Actor Michael K. Williams, best known as Omar from HBO's The Wire, might have foq.nd the next breakthrough role. Williams is set to join the star studded ensemble of the upcoming film Twelve Years a Slave' directed by black British filmmaker, Steve McQueen. Though the HBO series The Wire was never a ratings success on the level of Game of Thrones, it s at-MICHAEL K. WILLIAMS tracted a dedicated and ever growing fan base over the years, and every single one of those fans knows what the above sentence means. D'Angelo To Perform At The 2012 an Awards D ANGELO The perfo r mance list for this year's BET Awards just hit another high note. Having already announced sets from the likes of Usher, Nicki Minaj, and the G.O.O D Music crew the cable channel has revealed that D'Angelo will take the stage. D'Angelo has been mak ing a slow decent back into the spotlight as of late, and his app ea rance at th e awards show will likely fuel rumors that a new album is on it's way. 51 Call Savs Dr. Ire Is 'canered' When n comes To Detox Kanve west Gives Jav-z A c: For all those still holding out hope that Dr. Dre's Detox album will see the light of day 5 CENT 50 Cent has provided an update. The rapper spoke on why the project has yet to be released. He falls in love with music and he falls out of love with it, he said. He got a lot of good stuff playing in the studio. The G-Unit head also lauded Dre for setting his own musical standard. "Dre, he doesn't have to create a for mula because he was gone so long, and it gives us something that feels like The Chronic, I think everybody will be happy." On the contrary, so went on to state that The Good Doctor has issues commit ting to a specific sound. "He's kind of scattered. You see him working with Rick Ross, he'll work with anybody to try and find something that feels niche, to make the record hands down, the best record out there." $34k Father's oav Present Kanye West commemo rated his "big brother" JayZ's very first Father's Day, a couple of weeks ago with a piece of jewelry, reports The Insider. West bought Hov a $34 ,000 golden skull in honor of the holiday. According to a source, the yellow gold piece is a Lions & Sons Divora Skull with 1 680 star-cut red topaz gem stones. Rather than take a chance on shipping the gift Ye chartered a private jet, along with a courier, to enJAY-Z AND KANYE WEST sure that the present was hand delivered. lil Scrappy And Stevie J's tove & Hip-Hop' Fight a Real Shuauon' You can expect the female cast of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta to kick up some dust this season, but the guys get into their fair share of drama as well. A preview trailer for the rest of the upcoming sea son shows Lil Scrappy and record producer, Stevie J. getting into a heated argu ment. Of course the tease is cut so we don't see much of the action, but the clip does show an agitated Scrap ULSCRAPPY punching a wall after he and Stevie go nose-to-nose. 620 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 more lnfonnatlon, call (813)"493-1997 or (813) 368-6161 EVERY FRIDAY-NIGHT Come lip and socialize with Gaty (Black Velvet Ent.) Fennel, Pat B. & Ssdl (Club An) Starting Tonight, June 29th Hr ppy HOUR 6 p.m. -11 p.m. 2-4-1 Drinks H FREE FOOD BUFFET FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! 11 P.M. 3 A.M. EVERYONE FREE TIL 12 A.M 2-4-1 DRINKS


m Brave -Disney /Pixar N w (with classics Toy Story, Z Finding N emo) returns an above-average storyline a:bput a headstrong 0 princess who refuses to be queen. Kids will love this u. movie. No. 1 at the Box Of fice. Made $66M. (Budget $18sM). ***112 Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter -A young Abraham is on a warpath after seeing a vam pire kill his mother. Good special effects. Made -$16M. (Budget $69M). *** That's My Boy -Adam Sandler misfires again with this so-so comedy about a single parent Dad being dis owned by his son. A few un necessary scenes. Definitely, not for kids. Wait for video. Made $27M. (Budget $70M). **1/2 Madagascar 3 -Ben Stiller (Lion), Chris Rock (Zebra) and the efficient penguins came through with the best Madagascar movie. Adults and kids will enjoy this one. (1 hr./35 min.). u. Made $157M. (Budget C $145M). **** Prometheus -Director Ridley Scott (Alien) takes 0 the crew back to space to tn discover a new world filled with you know what, Aliens. 1If you like sci-fi horror, this it movie is for you. (2 hrs./5 mins.) Made $1o8M. (Bud w get $130M).**** C Snow White And The Huntsman Snow White (Twilight's Kristen Stewart) m ;:) suiting up for battle seemed unrealistic. Charlize Theron saved the movie as the wicked witch. Stewart's ap peal to the young audience carried her to Made $137M. (Budget $170N). A little long -2 hrs. **112 Men In Black 3 -Agent J (Will Smith) goes back to 1969 to try and save his partner Agent K (Tommie Lee Jones) from Boris The Animal. Josh Brolin comes through as a younger Agent K. Everybody loves Will. The ending was great. Made $163M in U.S. (Overseas Made $158M) (Budget N/A). **** Battleship -Can't figure why this action-packed movie didn't do well at the box office is beyond me. (Oh, The Avengers). Must see! Made $63M. (Budget $209M). **** Dark Shadows Direc tor Tim Burton and Johnny Depp come together for their 8th movie to remake the popular supernatural soap opera. If you like Depp, he's at his best playing a vicious vampire. Made $75M. (Budget $150M).*** Marvel's The AvengersSamuel Jack.., son (Nick Fu ry), Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evan (Captain Amer ica), Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), and Scarlett Jo hansson (Black Widow) vio lently come together to save the world from Thor's brother, Loki and his under wprld soldiers. Action packed! 2 hrs./30 mins. Made $6ooM in U.S. ($2.5B. worldwide). (Budget $22oM). **** Safe (2012) -A suicidal cage fighter tries to protect a young Chinese wiz from the Triads, Russian gangsters and NY corrupt cops. Might be Jason Statham's best ac tion film since "The Trans porter." Very good storyline. Must-see! Made $16M. (Budget N I A). **** The Pirates! Bands Of Misfits-A family-friendly animation that does not compare to the short film classic "Wallace & Gromit." Wait for the video. Made $28M. (Budget $53M). **112 Think Like A Man Produced by St. Pete native, Will Parker, the movie is based on four women fol lowing the advice from Steve Harvey's best-selling book. Once the men find out i= w ...J ...J ;:) m ...J w z i= z w U) 0 ...J u. HOROSCOPES Cancer (June 22-July Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 22) -Don't bet on a far-21) -A loved one could use 20) -Making a choice fetched scheme. It's better to extra attention. You may not could be challenging, but stay home now. You can get through right away, but there's freedom in commithandle more work in the be patient. Add some honey ting. Your love is empowlong run, even it seems diffito make things run ered. Acknowledge your cult at first. smoothly, with tea and toast. accomplishments. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Aries (March 21-April -Your ability to communi-Dec. 21) -There's more 19)-Love drops a surprise cate is greatly improving. room for romance now. in your lap. Learn from the Get the word out and be Keep your objective present experience of others so you heard. Dwell on the problem in the face of emotion. Think don't have to make the same and find the solution. long term. Leave the place old mistakes. Keep your Friendships blossom. cleaner than you found it. money in a safe place. Vtrgo (Aug. 23-Sept. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Taurus (April 20-May 22)-A barrier to your ad-Jan. 19)-Get there, even 20) -The pressure is on vancement is dissolving. if you have to find another now. Expand your influence. Don't be afraid of success. route. Be careful with shopFocus on making progress at Friendship is the basis for a ping and save. Stop to acwork and getting ahead fi-great partnership. The knowledge yourself and the nancially. It's not worth takmoney is available. team after completion. ing romantic risks. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. Aquarius (Jan. 20Gemini (May 21-June 22)-You're luckier-, even if Feb. 18) -It's okay to fear 21) -Now is the time to you may end up with somethe unknown, but don't let it consult with your family or l thing different than exstop from your goal, even if sweetheart. Disagreement ..,.... pected. Use the resources things don't go as expected. inspires new ideas. Solving W you have to get what you Allow your partner to take the problem is fun when you need. Poetry, anyone? the lead. don't go it alone. where the women are get ting their advice, they turn the tables. Kevin Hart is hi larious. Must-see for laughs. Made. $90M. (Budget $12M).**** The Cabin In The Woods-A group of college students venture into the woods to stumble on a de serted cabin and that's when the slaughter begins. The best horror movie of 2012. Made $41M. (Budget N/A). **** The Hunger Games -Based on the best-selling kid's novel, the movie tells the dark tale of a young fe male selected to compete in a vicious TV tournament in which 24 teenagers fight to their death. Made $401M. (Budget $78M). **** Lockout -Guy Pearson is sent to a space prison to rescue the president's daughter. Disappointed. The acting was bad. Made $14M. (Budget N/A). **112 The Three Stooges -Take your kids to see Curly, Moe and Larry for some laughs. Your kids will enjoy this movie. Made $42M. (Budget $30M). *** American Reunion -The American Pie gang has grown-up and doing the BOLD AND THE BEAliTIFUL -Ridge and Steffy return from Italy and share big news with their family; Caroline and Thomas' relationship heats up; Karen and Danielle at tempt to fess up to Bill about what they have been hiding from him. Bill and Katie learn the sex of their unborn baby; Steffy fills Taylor in on what happened in Italy on Hope and Liam's wedding day; Liam and Hope recount the events that took place on the day they got married. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Kayla reveals a DVD that Lexie wanted Abe to watch; EJ and Nicole bond over their unborn baby; Ian offers to send Brady to rehab; Abe asks EJ to be a pallbearer; Spencer accuses Rafe of being biased. Lexie's family same crazy antics from the past. Could have been fun nier. Not for kids. Made $56M. (Budget $5oM). **lf2 Titanic 3D -The ro mantic, disaster voyage re turns in 3D. Check this movie out if you have 3 hours to spare. Made $57M. (Budget $18M). [Titanic has made over $3.2B]. **** Wrath Of The Titans Perseus (Sam Worthington) has to travel to the treacher ous underworld to save his father, Zeus (Liam Neeson) from his jealous brother and son. A better movie than the Clash Of The Titans. Action packed. Made $82M. (Bud get $150M). **** Mirror Mirror-Julia Roberts returns in this soft kid's movie as the evil queen trying to bring down Snow White. The dwarfs and queen assistant made this movie enjoyable for the kids. Made $6oM. (Budget $85M). ***lf2 21 Jump StreetJonah Hill, Channing Tatum and Ice Cube star in this hilari ous comedy about two un dercover officers investigating a high school drug ring. Must-see for laughs. Made $136M. (Bud get $42M). **** John Carter -Disney shelled-out $250M on this lukewarm action/fantasy film about a man trans ported to Mars. Disap pointed. Too long (2 hrs.j3omins.). Made $70M. (Budget $250M). **If2 and friends gather at Chez Rouge to pay a final tribute to her; Sami puts aside her anger to comfort EJ; Kayla expresses her anger regard ing her husband; Celeste worries about Cameron and Abigail; Daniel asks Nicole out on a date. GENERAL HOSPITAL Maxie is worried about Patrick; Starr goes into the recording studio; Kate is overwhelmed with guilt. Michael and Starr grow closer; Liz confronts Sam; Todd wants Carly. YOUNG AND THE RESrLESS Daniel be comes the prime suspect in Daisy's disappearance, while Eden's investigation places her in danger. Family mem bers await news about Abby, while Paul takes extreme measures against Ricky


emonams MarquishaJ. Wynn, two great to m ention. Aden Aikens DEACON WESLEY JOHNSON, JR. A celebration of life for Dea con Wesley Johnson, Jr. of 215 E. Palm Ave., who entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, June 26, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 2:30 p. m. at Victory Temple Outreach Min istry, 5819 N. 56th St., Tampa, 33610, Pastor Laytecia McKin ney, with Pastor James Jeffer son, officiating, and Pastor Louisa Forte-Campbell, eulo gist. Interment will follow at Rose Hill Cemetery. A native of Tampa, Deacon Johnson, affectionately known as "Poppa," was born on Octo ber 30, 1942, to the late Cora Mae and John Wesley John son. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County, and worked as a land scaper. Deacon Johnson was a born again Christian who was a faithful member of Miracle Temple Church Of God In Christ, serving under Pastor Clethen Sutton. He then became a member of New Bethel Temple of Deliv erance Apostolic Church, under the leadership of Pastor Louisa Forte-Campbell until his demise. Deacon Johnson was pre ceded in death by: his parents, John Wesley and Cora Mae Johnson; brothers, Frank Wesley Johnson and Franklin K. Johnson; and sister, Cora Lee Johnson. He leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: daugh ter, Voncile Whaley; brothers, John L. Johnson (Melinda), Ivory Johnson (Roberta), Wal ter Johnson and Ralph John son; sisters, Callie Mae Mormon (Russell), Hazel Tucker (Woodrow), Pastor Louisa Campbell, Rose Mary Stubbs, Mary Johnson, Minnie Bermudes (Walter), Mattie Lou Price (J. B.), and Barbara Bell (Michael); devoted hiend, Doreen Troy; grandchildren, nieces and nephews; along with a hos t of other sorrowing relatives and hiends. A wake service will b e held on Friday, June 29, 2012, from 6-9 p. m. at New Bethel Temple Of Deliverance Apostolic Church, 6221 Palm River Road. Family and friends attend ing the service are asked to as semble at the church at 2:15 p. m., Saturday for the service. Arrangements entrusted to ADE N FUNERAL HOME BURIAL INSURANCE Funerall eo.t between $7,000 and $10,000. Protect Younelf TodaJ. Cell Now For Your FREE In Home Quote. Plans Starting At Only $20.00 Per Month MR. FRED WYNN Homegoing services for Mr. Fred Wynn of Tampa who passed away, Friday, June 22, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 10 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Ave., Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Fred Wynn was born March 20, 1937, in Marianna, FL, to the late Louis Dixon and the late Louise Lewis Dixon. Fred received his education through the School System of Jackson County in Marianna, Florida. He received Christ at an early age at Springfield Methodist Church. Upon moving to Tampa, he became a member of New Hope M. B. Church. He was employed in the early sixties at Brengle Broth ers Cement Co. in Ybor City for over 20 years. Later he was employed with GAF Roofing Materials for the next 20 years until retirement. He was also an entrepreneur of Wynn's Lawn & Land scaping Services and Cement Work. Fred was known as a loving, devoted, caring and supportive family man. He loved talking and meeting people and no one was a stranger. His passion was baseball as he was an avid Tampa Bay Rays fan, traveling back and forth to Marianna, FL, and his love of doves. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Louis Dixon and Louise Lewis Dixon; grandfather, Alexander Dixon; grandmother, Aleatha Dixon; brother, James White Dixon; and wife of so years, Annie Lois De Vance Wynn. He leaves to cherish his memories: his wife, Annie Baldwin-Wynn; five children, Freddie L. Wynn, Jr., Sonya Wynn Williams (Arthur), Mar quis F. Wynn (Bertha), Althea M. Wynn and Enga Z. Wynn; step-children, Cornell Gilbert (Fannie), Andrea Baldwin, Heidi Davis, Anthony Baldwin and Gwendolyn Rohlac; god daughters, Regina Depass (An thony), and Dr. Soritza (Robert) Robinson of Georgia; niece, Tia (Everett) Brown; seven grandchildren, Yvette Wynn, Fred L. Wynn, III, Phy ter i Wynn, Raeneisha A. Mc Daniels, Gregory Law, Jr., F. I 0 d dO d t!f',',j:; 2708 E. Or. Martin luth e r King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl336 1 0 (813)232-8725 .. (813) 231-0521 l e t OUr F amil y Tak e care OfYo ur Family. "We Are The Key To A Fine And Quality Service" grandchildren, ShaMarae Lois Visitation will be Friday, June McDaniels and Jaiden Izaiah 29, 2012, from s-8 p. m at New Law; mother-in-law, Willie Greate r Friendship M B. Bell Philyor; brothers, Frazier Church. The family will receive Wynn (Geraldine) of Marlfriends from 7-8 P m. There will be a viewing Saturanna, F L Frank Wynn (Pam), day morning at 10 a. m. until fu-Lawrence Holden (Melody ) of neral time. Alabama, and Charles Holden THERE WILL BE NO VIEW-of Marianna; sisters, Angeline lNG AFTER THE EULOGY. Russ of Marianna, Queen Funeral arrangements en-Holden of Miami, and Laverne trusted to Everett -Derr & An-Pope (Philip) of Virginia; sis-derson Funeral Home, RonaldJ. ters-in-law, Lettie (Rev. Derr, Sr., L.F.D. and Embalmer. Johnny) Jones, Eldiest An drews (James), Mary Beachim (Tube), Elease Wynn; broth ers-in-law, Jewel (Jeanette) Atkins and Charlie Simmons, Jr. (Cheryl) of California; spe cial uncle, Rev. Ned Wynn of St. Petersburg; cousins, Brucie Mae Brown, Ellen Taliferro, Orine Black, Mary Hudson, Dorothy Burgess (James) of Auburn, Alabama, W. T. Row ell, Christine Reed of Apopka, FL, Lillie Reed, Carrie Webb, Betty Govan, Mary Dingle, Martha Hickson, Johnny Fred Dixon, Martha (Raymond) Ming, Clarence Holden (Mil dred) and Enoch Williams and wife; special friends, Mr. and Mrs. Lenton (Mary) Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. William (Ira) Ellison and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Lewis and family, Martha Lewis Oike a mom), Mrs. Katie Allen; and a host of other sorrowing rela tives and hiends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, June 29, 2012, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive hiends from 6 to 7 p. m. There will also be a viewing one hour prior to the service on Saturday at the church. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME CELESTINE VICKERS KENNEDY Deeply missed by her fam ily. HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY MILTON STUBBINS June 24, 1965 February 2011 We love you and miss you dearly. Love always: your mother, family and friends. MRS. BIRDER MAE JONES-HODGES Homegoing services for Mrs. Birder Mae Jones-Hodges, who passed away on Wednesday, June 20, 2012, will be held Sat urday, June 30, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Greater New Friendship M. B. Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, with Rev. Madison Murray, pas tor, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Ceme tery (Lake Ave. and 40th St.). Mrs. Birder Mae Jones Hodges was born on April 18 1924, to the late Sam Jones and Viola Robinson Green in Bradenton, FL. She was edu cated in the Manatee County School System and graduated June 12 1942, from Lincoln Me morial High School. Mrs. Jones-Hodges moved to Tampa and gained employment as a department head at the Base Exchange on MacDill Air Force Base after 20 years of service. She later became employed by the Central Parking System for 1oyears. She was converted at an early age and was a faithful member of New Greater Friendship M. B. Church, under the tutelage of Pastor Madison Murray, where she served as Church Clerk for many years. She was a member of the Missionary Society and #1 Choir, until her health failed. She was preceded in death by: her parents; two brothers; and her husband, Pinkey Lee Hodges. She leaves to mourn her pass ing and to celebrate her life: her loving and caring daughters, Paulette Baker-Andrews (Bobby Moore) and Patsy (W'illie Floyd) Williams; a special daughter, Va lerie Brown; grandchildren, Portia (Willie) Davis, Edward Norwood (Pam Allen), Gina Jones, and Rev. Antwain (Kim berly) Williams; great grandchil dren, JameU Hayes-Davis, Devin Davis, Shantel Norwood, Ed ward Norwood, Jr., Kerrell Nor wood, Zalessia Norwood, Raven Norwood, Trevon Norwood, Jalen Norwood, Darkeisha Bronson, Demarcus Bronson, Daisha Jones, Perry Jones, IV, Alexis Williams and Antwain Williams, Jr.; brother, Otto (Mary) Bryant of Oakland, CA; aunt, Ophelia Randolph of Bradenton, FL; nieces and nephews, Amy Lee (Kenneth), Antoine, Sandra Kay Wilson, and Johnny "Lam" Jones, all of Texas, Roberta Jones and Jes sica Jones of Bradenton, FL, Frances (Dwight) Fletcher, Daryl Bryant, Larry (Gladys) Graham, Gussie Hunt and Ben jamin Graham, all of Oakland, CA Roderick Jones and Sam Jones, III; cousins, Carolyn (An derson) Carnegie and Ammie (Marlon) Houston of Bradenton, F L Robert (B etty) K e yes of St. Petersburg, F L Liz zie Bryant and Helen Marshall; stepchil dren, Carrie Hodges-Wheele r (Reggie), Jewel Pie r son (Debo rah) and Elaine Pierson-Darby (Homer); faithful hiend, D ea. Louis Howard; devoted care givers, Jacqueline Hunter and Betty Franklin and the staff of Fletcher Medical Health and Re habilitation Center; and a host of sorrowing step grandchildren, step great grandchildren, nephews, nieces, cousins and other fanilly members, godchilMS.COSETIE ROBINSON WATKINS Homegoing services for Ms. Cosette Robinson Watkins, who departed this life on June 25 2012 will be held Saturday, June Church, 2511 East Colunnbus Drive, Rev. Walter J. Williams, g Pastor Emeritus, with the Rev. C/) Allen Cusseaux, officiating, and m Rev. Larry Williams, Pastor z Good Samaritan M. B. Church, -1 St. Petersburg, FL. eulogist. Inz terment will follow in Rest m Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. rMs. Cosette Robinson a:J Watkins was a member of New C: Mt. Zion M. B. Church for over I= so years. She served as an Ad-lm ministrative Assistant, Financial Secretary, a member of the Pulz pit Aide Ministry and the Golden "tJ Gems. c: In preparation for her life a:J service, she attended the public r schools of Hillsborough County (;; and Florida A&M University :::Z::: Tallahassee, FL, where she rem ceived her Bachelor's of Science C Degree and Master's Degree in m Education. She was employed with the Hillsborough County School Dis .... trict for over 31 years as a Secre--1 tary at Meacham Elementary, C: Booker T. Washington Jr. High m and Just Jr. High Schools; an fg Educator and Assistant Principal at Dunbar Elementary and -.. an Educator and GED Instructor )> at Middleton Adult Evening Z School. C Cosette served in the United States Armed Forces (WAC) She was affiliated with the National C Education Association, the American Legion and was a life member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She leaves to cherish her memory: sister, Juanita Spear man; nieces, Cosette Whitntore (Fredel), Theresa Spearman and Jamila W. Felder (Maurice); nephews, David L. Green and Dozier R Green, Sr.; grand nieces, Blake Felder and Dey'zhanae Green; grand nephew, Dozier R Green, Jr.; cousins, Deacon Clarence Fort (Yvonne), Willie Fort (Idella), George Fort (Betty), Ora Dee Daniels, ClaraneU Lattimore (Carlton), ClanzeU Flowers, George Fort, Barbara Ann Gib son and Josie Mae Fort; and a hos t of other relatives and hi ends. The viewing for Ms. Cosette Robinson Watkins will be held Friday, June 29, 2012, from s 6 p. m. at N e w M t. Zion M. B. Church, the Alpha Kappa Sorority, Inc. will hold their cer emony from 67 p. m. Family and hiends are to meet at the church on day morning, June 30, 2012, at C) 10:30 a. m. m EVERETrDERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME


N ,... 0 N and Lewis, Grace SherW man, Nellie SDlith and faDlily, Z Oryan Speed, Cherry Buie, Dianne and Gail Carey, Sylvia SDlith, Cornell and Buie, ic( Shavonne Johnson, Greg C Roberts, Lonnie, Gail, Jackie, ii: Cotton Club, 4200 Block of LL Green, Class of 1970, and a c a: LL c z <1: c 0 w ::::) 1w > w c w l: 0 :::i ID ::::) Q, z i= w ..J ..J ::::) ID ..J w z i= z w 0 ( a: 0 ..J LL SAMMIE LEE 'SAMM' PHILMORE, SR. SamDlie Lee "Samm" Philmore, Sr., 85, went home peacefully to be with the Lord on June 21, 2012. He was born in Parrish, FL, to the late Virgil and Bertha (Williams) Philmore on February 27, 1927. He resided in the Tampa Bay area for over eighty years. He received his early educa tion by attending public schools in Hillsborough County. He proudly served his country as a member of the United States Army during the Korean Conflict. Afterwards, he attended St. Petersburg Jr. College where he received his Associate of Arts degree in Police Adminis tration. He continued on with his education where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Science from the University ofTa01pa. As a faDlily man, he was well loved and respected by his wife, children, grandchil dren, great grandchildren, rel atives and friends. He remained active in his pe.rsonal life and stayed in volved with his community. He never knew defeat and would have a life that was suc cessful and filled with all his accomplishments. Samm started his career in Law Enforcement with the Tampa Police Deparonent from 1957 -1977, serving under five police chiefs; from 1977 to 1981 he went to work for Hillsborough County Sherift's Deparonent as a school Re source Officer. From 1981 to 1987 he worked as a Special Agent with the Florida Depart ment of Law Enforcement. Samm was an avid gar dener; he owned and operated a plant nursery and landscape maintenance business for many years. He was preceded in death by: his sons, Vtrgil Philmore and William Langfitt; and his sister, Corethea. His memories will be cher ished by: his loving wife, Peggy 0. Philmore; 2 daughters, Mary Martin and Samarah Brinson; 7 sons, Sammie, Jr., Rudy (Vivian), Donald (Erasie), Barrett "BJ" (Giana), and Bruce Langfitt; twenty grandchildren, Eric, William (Shonta), Nell, Krikara, Maqueba, Shevella, Cassan dra, Mahogany, Mya, Donna, Corethea, Grant, Jaimie, Ash ley, Michael, Zachary, Alexis, Dahrya, Shyra, and Kourtnae; a host of great grandchildren; a very special aunt, Beatrice Williams; niece, Barbara Rus sell; goddaughter, Tracey Smack; and a host of other rel atives and friends. A memorial service will take place at the Garden of Funeral Home on Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 3 p. m. The faDlily will receive their guests one hour prior to the service. <1: Garden of Memories Fu0 neral Home, 4207 East Lake N Ave., Tampa, 33610, (813) 626-3161, www.&arde nofmemories-tampa.com. :!Thomas P. McCabe, Funeral ... Director. MR. FREDDIE .GORDON, JR. Mr. Freddie Gordon, Jr. was born on February 21, 1958, in Tampa. He was a life time resident of Hillsborough County, a -graduate of Hillsborough High School class of 1976. Freddie was a member of New Life Baptist Church. He enjoyed playing basketball, cooking, and eating. He was a mentor to all kids. He never met a stranger and was a friend to everyone. He treated everyone with respect. Freddie rededicated his life to the Lord in May 2012 and took the "Pledge Courageous Man" on Father's Day 2012. He vowed that day to work with the strength that God provided to fulfill his purpose in this life. Freeldie was a loving and de voted son, father; grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. He touched the lives of everybody he encountered. On June 23, 2012 Freddie Gor don answered the call of his heav enly Father. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Amanda Williams. Homegoing services will be held Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 2 p. m., at Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church, 2923 N. Tampa Street, Tampa, 33602, Rev. Jeffery Singletary, pastor, Pastor Bobby Patton, Pastor of New Life Baptist Church, officiat ing. Interment will follow. Freddie, leaves to cherish his memories: two loving and de voted parents, Jane and Henry Gillette of Tampa; two sons, Freddie Gordon, m and (special friend) Denise and Demetris Gor don, both of Tampa; grand daughter, Samiah Gordon of Tampa; grandfather, Alfonzo Williams of Tampa; two sisters, Pheobe (Zane) Andrews and Marquita Gillette, both of Tampa; three brothers, Henry (Kathy) Gillette, Jr., Keith (TiDlika) Gillette and Jovan (Kim) Gillette, all of Tampa; seven aunts, Pearl Harris, Alma Bowers, Lois Watson, Ella Williams, Valerie Williams, Eve lyn Gant, Johnnie Mae Johnson and Jeanette Rice, all of Tampa, and Tawanda (Robert) Andrades of Plant City, FL; six uncles, Kenny (Rhonda) Holt, Willia01 Gillette Alvin (Mary) Bunche, Curtis McKe nzie, Adam McKe .n zie and Frank McKenzie, all of Tampa; godmother, Annabel Cummins; along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends; special friends, Je lanie (Trenika) Crossman; and a host of other relatives and friends. Vtsitation for Mr. Freddie Gordon, Jr. will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Har mon Fune.ral Home, 5002 N. 4011. Street, Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 6:30-7:30p.m. Friends attending the home going service are asked to assem ble at the church at 1:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL MRS. ANNIE MAE MERRICKS Homegoing services for Annie Mae Merricks of Tampa, who passed away on June 19, 2012, will be held on Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Vic tory Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, 2801 N. 1,..Street, Pastor Eugene Sanders, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea St. Mrs. Annie Merricks, affectionately called, "Auntie," was born on December 8, 1927, in Columbia County, to the late Robert Van Blount and Pearl Sherfield. Auntie completed her education in the Columbia County School System. She was married to the late Jack Merricks. She was preceded in death by: sisters, Ola, Dorothy, Nina and Ethel; and brothers, Arthur, Odell, Willie, James, Adel, Eddie and Lacey. She leaves to celebrate her homegoing: precious memo ries to her devoted niece and caregiver, Zenola Wtlson-Cul ver (Willie); sister, Doretha Tomas of O'Brien, FL; nieces, Willie Mae Burney, Carnell, Amanda, Donnicka (CeRon), Makeeba, LaKisa, Mercedes, Stella, Gloria, Regina (Carl). Elaine (George), Ieee Mae, Joann,Regjna,Jacqui(Jeftrey) and Janet (Jeff); nephews, Vernard, Harry, Matthew, Oscar (Wilma), Resha (Nicole), Dwayne, Devon, Otis, George, Ernest, Leon (Sabrina), Clarence, Nick, Terry, Wendell, Colle, Lorenzo, Ricky and Larry; cousin, Lula Mae SDlith; sisters-in-law, Ruth Linton and Constance Polite; god daughter, Chiquita Brown; the Polite family, the Davis and Cason faDlilies of Orlando, FL, Rena Young and fa01ily, Edith Randolph and faDlily, and the Linton faDlily of Live Oak. Special acknowledgement to: her friends, Jane Dillettte, her neighbors of Tampa Park (Nuccio Pkwy.), the staff and residents of the Ybor Rehabili tation Center, and Revealing Truth Ministries. The viewing will be held Fri day, June 29, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. at God's Side Progressive M. B. Church, 5107 Dr. Luther King Jr. Blvd., Pastor Danny C. Osborne. FaDlily and friends are asked to meet at the church (Victory. Tabernacle) on Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 10:30 a. m., Arrangements entrusted to Jackson Funeral Home. "A JACKSON SERVICE" CRISIS PRICES JOliN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33810 MR. RONALD BETHUNE Mr. Ronald Bethune of Ta01pa, passed away Sunday, June 24, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 West Nassau Street, with Rev. Prentiss Davis, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Me morial Park. Born December 6 1951 to the late Ada Jo Bethune and Douglass Hoard, Mr. Ronald Bethune was born and raised in West Tampa. He attended Howard W. Blake High School. He was preceded in death by: his devoted mother, Ada Jo Bethune; father, Douglas Hoard; and grandmother, Mat tie Bethune. He leaves to cherish his memory: sisters, Deborah Murphy, Sylvia Hoard Salters and Audrey Bethune Odom; godsisters, Lee, Margret Brookins and Y'yony Sims Redd (Jimmy); nieces, Dr. Erika Bethune, Racquel Odom, Nyree Odom, Abelba Salters Woods, Keisha Freeny, Court ney Bethune, Heavlyn Lane, Sumara Anglin and Daionni Odom; nephews, Odom, Vatillian Odom, Lancinet Stephens, Jeremiah Freeny and Parrish Bethune; cousins, Charles White (Eloise), Louis Jones (Urie), Joseph Bethune (Mary), Glenda Freeny Hitman (AI), Curly Freeny, Alvin Freeny (Cheryl), Paula Freeny Thomas (Tommy), Eddie Freeny, Samuel Bolton (Annette), Gregg Kirk, Barbara Edwards (Donald), Carrie Moore, Edwin Bethune (Janice), Sarah Bethune, Dr. Evelyn Bethune, Tonie Johnson (Horace), Frank Bethune, Dex Cusseaux, Jermaine Bethune, Ryan Bethune (Ernestine), Yosha Willi801S (Marcus), Jackie Clemons, Dorine Williams, Bernard Bethune, Brenda -Bethune Dawkins (Vincent) and Julius Collins; friends, Jones (Manuel), Marie Williams and faDlily, Coleman Bell, Jr. and faDlily, Marvin Bell and family, Doretha and faDlily, Ron Hornsby, Eddie Welch and family, Dwight Edgecomb and family, Debra Cooper and fam ily, Joe and Jackie Archie and family, Reginald Bolton and faDlily, Winston Davis and faDlily, Betty Terrance Kinsey, Pelham and Willene Golden, George Thomas and host offaDlily and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, June 29, 2012, at Ray Willi801S Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIA.M:S FUNERAL Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilli&Dlsfu neralhome.com MRS. ERNESTINE BUTLER Mrs. Ernestine Butler of Consulate Healthcare, 701 Vic toria Street, Brandon, FL, passed away June 25, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 2 p.m. at by Williams Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. T. D. Leonard, Pastor of Tabor Baptist Church, officiating. Inter ment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Butler was a native of Miami, FL, and a resident of Tampa for eight years. She at tended Booker T. Washington High School in MiaDli, FL, and was a member of Ebenezer A. E. Church, Miami, FL. Butler was employed as a telephone operator at Southern Bell. She leaves to cherish her memory: devoted daughter, Regina (the late Michael) Joseph; two grandsons, Michael and Reginald; great grandson, Ameer; and one soon to be born grandchild. "Stine" will be remembered fondly by her siblings: Carolyn (Lewis) Bland, Valerie (JimDlie) Alexander, Annie Hines, Sandra (Ronald) Pelham, Rod ney (Mary) Hines, Aaron (Deb bie) Hines and Dennis Hines. Numerous other relatives will mourn her passing but re call her "live life to the fullest" attitude. Even during her ill ness she could bring on a laugh with her wit. Rest in peace, "Stine," no more pain. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, June 29, 2012, at Ray Willi8D1S Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIA.M:S FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfu neralhome.com


Memoriams Wilson MRS. THELMA BLUE-WIUJAMS Homegoing services for Mrs. Thelma Blue-Williams will be held Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 11 a. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 N. 25th Av enue, with the pastor Bishop Eddie Newkirk, officiating. In terment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery. Thelma Blue-Williams was born January 9, 1935, to the late John Calvin Blue, Sr. and Adele Blue in Tampa. On Sunday, June 24, 2012, our Heavenly Father dis patc h e d his angels to usher Thelma to her eternal home. She was preceded in death b y : her husband, Otis J. Williams, Sr; daughters San dra Rhone and Tina Williams; granddaughter Kindera Williams; sister, Louella Hicks; brother, John C. Blue, Jr.; sister-in-law, Martha Williams; and brother-in-law, Excell Williams, Jr. She leaves to cherish fond memories: sons, Otis J Williams, Sr. (Debby), Gregory Williams, Sr., and Calvin Williams, Sr. (Turkessa), Mil lvill e NJ; daughters, Sheila Williams, Sophia Williams J ames (Mitchell), and April Williams-Crawford (Cassius); grandsons, Clarence Rhone, Jr., B ernard Owens, Jr., Adrian Riley, Nerieko Stokes, J emonte Thornton, Mitchell James, Jonathan Yearwood, Gregory Williams, Jr., Ernest Spann, Jr., Randy Williams, Calvin Williams, Jr., Ryan Williams, Denzel James, AJ Williams and Jaden Williams; granddaughters, Sherocka Whitehead, Tamyka Castillo (Joshua), Markesha Hector (McKenzie), Tynecia Williams, Brittany Williams, Jovanie Yearwood, Varnesba Stokes, Crystal Quarterman, San quenette Quarterman, Gren isha Williams, Sierra Williams, Talmesea Williams, Raven Williams and Deja Williams; forty-one great grandchildren and 2 great great grandsons; three broth e rs, Leroy Blue, Sr. (Clau d ine), Sylvester Blue, Sr. (Betty), and James Blue, Sr. ( Freddye); two sisters, Amanda Hicks and Barbara Baker; aunt, Margie Thomas, Brooksville, FL; a host of nieces and nephews friends and other family members There will b e a viewing from 5-9 p m. and the family will recei v e friends from 5 6 p .m., Friday, June 29, 2012, at Wil son Funeral Home, 3000 N. 2 9th Street, Tampa, 33605. F riends are a sked to assem ble at the church at approxi mate l y 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. A WILSON S E RVICE www.wUson funeralhome.com Celebration of Ufe for Mrs. Mary H. Mutcherson of Tampa, who passed away Fri day, June 22, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 2 p. m. at New Testament Worship Center, 5107 E. 32114 Avenue, Tampa, 33619, Dr. and Mrs. Roland Comellas, Senior Pas tors, with Rev. Valerie Cutler Polnitz, Associate Minister of Hood Temple AME Zion church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Me morial Park Cemetery. Mary Mutcherson was born to Isaac and Margaret Harris on September 12, 1940, in Quitman, Georgia. She was baptized and con tinued her walk with Christ on her life' s journey .She was a member of New Testament Worship Center under the pas torate of Dr. and Mrs. Roland Comellas. On March 29, 1955 she mar ried Jordan Mutcherson, Sr. her companion of 57 years. On Friday, June 22, 2012, God dispatched an angel to es cort her home. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Isaac and Mar garet Harris; sisters, Emma Harden, Gloria Smith and Ber nice Merritt; brother, Nathaniel Harris; daughter-inlaw, Patricia Mutcherson; and son-in-law, Gerald Wilson. Mrs. Mutcherson leaves be hind to cherish memories of her : a devoted and loving bus-. band, Jordan Mutcherson, Sr.; 9 children and their spouses, Jordan Mutcherson, Jr., Timmy L. and Candace Mutch erson, Angela Wilson, Yolanda Hollins and her husband, Kirt, Terry and Donyel Mutcherson, Barry D. Mutcherson (Tracy), Sophia Mutcherson (Terry), Sedrick Mutcherson (Vir ginia), Jerome and Shameka Mutcherson; a host of grand children, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She is survived by: three lov ing brothers, Robert Harris, Isaac Harris and Michael Har ris There will be viewing from 5 9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6 7 p. m., Friday, June 29, 2012, at Wil son Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are aske d to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 1:45 p .m., Saturday for the service. A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilsonfuneralhome com MRS.LULAV. PHIWN Homegoing services for Mrs. Lula V. Pbllon will be held Saturday, June 30,2012, at 11 a. m. at St. James A. M. E. Church, 5202 S. 86.., Street (Progress Village) Tampa, 33619, of which Reverend Michael Price is Pastor, with the Reverend Lonnie Mills, of ficiating. Interment will fol low in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Lula was born August 23, 1936, in Silas, Alabama, to Bre dell, Sr. and Lillie Johnson, both of whom preceded her in death. Lula married Robert Philon on March 31, 1954 She and Robert moved their family to Tampa, in 1956, finally settling in the Progress Village com munity in 1965. Lula retired from Singleton Seafood Company in 1998, having worked there for 35 years. A born again Christian, Lula was a long-time member of St. Joseph Missionary Baptist Church, where she enjoyed singing in the adult choir and assisting with the youth choir until her health would no longer allow her to do so. Even in her fading health, Lula never stopped calling on the name of Jesus and often e x pressed her desire to be able to attend church. Her lov e for all and her love for singing re mained evident a s she would say, I lov e everybody," and would sing "This Little Light of Mine." Lula answered the Master's Call and ended her earthly journey on June 19 2012. In addition to her parents, Lula was preceded in death by: her daughter, Paulette Philon; sister, Bert McGrew; brothers, Daniel Johnson, Freeman Johnson,EdwardJohnsonand Sylvester Johnson; and par ents-in-law, Charlie and Mary Phil on. Left with fond memories that will forever be cherished are: Robert Philon, Sr., her de voted husband of 58 years; her children, Lillie Joyce, Jean Philon, Roashirley Philon (Don), Robert Philon, Jr. (Fenella), Alfred Philon, Paul (Viveca) Philon and Anthony (Sonja) Philon; like a daugh ter, Gerri Elston; her grand children, Rodney (Aretha), Derrika Presley, Adrian, Sr., Nikya, Metrice, Marcus, Kane sha (Matt), Plykesia, Marquis, Ashley, Anoesia, Travis, Bry onka, Christina, Garrett and Shenese; a host of great grand children; sister, Mamie Williams of Cleveland, OH; brother, Bredell Johnson, Jr. of Mobile, AL; sister-in-law, Leola; special friends, Gloria Thornton and Sharlene Davis; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, are also left with fond memories. To know Lula was to love her. She will always be re membered as a devoted Chris tian, a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. Visitation will be from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Friday, .June 29, 2012, at Wil son Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29.., Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" Condolences may be expressed and the guest book signed on line at: www.wilson funeralhome.com MR. FRANK BARNES, JR.You've been gone only a short time, but in spirit you will always be with us. You are gone, but not for gotten and God lingers within. From: your dear wife, Mother Amanda Barnes and children. HAPPY BIRTHDAY AND lOVING MEMORY OF DAVID ANDERSON 6/30/40-1/4/04 ::! z m l You magnified my happiness when I was feeling glad. You helped to heal my injury whenever I was feeling sad. You were such a pleasure in my life that God blessed me with. Your wife, Lavonne Anderson; son, Reginald and Fredericka; granddaughter. Fredreanna; and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MARLO GIBSON 7/2/19789/10/2009 Dear Baby Girl, on July 2nd, you would have celebrated 34 years on earth. But, the moment you stepped off earth into paradise, time stopped. For now, you are forever young, forever healthy and happy. We miss you every day, but we feel your presence arouad us too, still loving and guiding us. You gave your life to Christ and for that alone I give Wm the glory of saving you. W e will meet again on that beautiful shore. Love: Mom, Joe, Muffy, Francine and all. tD c: r r m -4 z 'tl c: tD r-Cii ::I: m c m < m -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c :::D c C) m 1'1) ..... I )>


Q a: u.. Q z c( Q en w :;:) tMRS. BEATRICE T.OLIVER Sunrise: June 28, 1915 Sunset: December 6, 2010 In celebration of your 97th birthday ... what a great Mom and Grandma! It seems like you left us just yesterday, but it bas been 11h years since God called you home. We love you and think of you every day ... your sweet smile, your words of wisdom and your infectious laughter; memories that will be with us always. Happy birthday! We love you always: Tina, Deb, Marc and family. "I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep; for thou, Lord, only makest me dwell in safety." PSALMS 4:8 (KJV). IN lOVING MEMORY OF MR. WILUAM S. FILLMORE, JR. W The elitist founder and director of Pinellas County Head Start, iij to our loving uncle who was indeed our "family rock." Q We are missing you on family nights and keeping your chair w warm. Wishing you a happy 81st birthday on June 30th. ::1: Love you and missing you always: Nathaniel, James, Betty Jo, en and a host of other family members, including great nephews, :i nieces and cousins. Gone, but never forgotten. m :;:) Q. z ti j :;:) m .. J' w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..J u.. Sometimes the people who need to pay their respects most are the ones who cant. Until now. l'ilimM ciJOJrT)Stanccs Seml condolenas it impossible to attend a loved ones funeral, we're pleased to offer you another way to share your con dolences. From virtual messages to actual Aora1 arrangements, Visit us online and we11 help you send all the thoughts and final wishes you would have wanted to offer in person. Seml flowers Read obifu4rits View photos Muchmore www. wilson funeralhome.com F UNERAL HOME 300) N 29th St. Tampa, Fl33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 CUFFORDE. BRADY, SR. Sunset: June 25, 1987 Daddy, your memory will never leave us. Your children: Clifford E., Saundra, Clifford C. Brady, Ingrid, Clarence, Carrington and Marquise O'Neal. CARD OF THANKS GEORGE W. GREEN The family of the late George W. Green acknowledges with grateful appreciation all of your acts of kindness expressed during his demise. Special thanks to: Pastor T. D. Leonard and the Mt. Tabor Church Family, Pastor Dr. Albert Phillips of Sarasota, Rev. Cliarles Sampson, Rev. T. L. Williams, Bethune Hi-Rise Staff and lleilidents and Ray Wdliams:Funenl Home. CIRDOF THANKS LENDA BURTON THOMPSON The family of Lenda Burton Thompson would like to ex preSs our appreciation for the man)li; ads of ldndness ren dered. to us during the illness and passing of our loved one. Special thanks to: St. John's Cathedral Church Family, the Sisters of the 70s, Middleton c/o 71, Manhattan Beauty Academy, the Golden Rule Christian Women, Ray Williams Funeral Home, Hospice of Sun City and everyone else who shared with us during these difficult times. Sincerely, the Thompson, Benson and Mills family. HERMAN TELFAIR, JR. The family of the late Herman Telfair, Jr., would like to thank: Rev. Tony Thomas and Pastor Randolph of Abundant Life Enrichment Church; Sister Annie Suttle and children; nieces, Shantalette Telfair (others); nephew, Tony Bludsaw; Shawn Harris, Jessie Real, and Thelma Simmons and others. Special thanks to: Gudes FuneralHome. From the grace of God, we thank you all very, very much for the love and support that God allowed you all to give. Sincerely: Inez Newton, Patty Youngblood and Vickie Wilson. BIRTHDAY MEM.ORIAM RUBY CALHOUN-MORRIS It's been three years since you've been gone. How wonderful it is to know that your legacy lives on. You left me with so much knowledge and wisdom to go on from day ,to day. Oh, how I thank God because of the things you taught me, I will never go astray. You are truly missed, but will never be forgotten. Happy birthday, Mom. Love always: your daughter, Tosha "Precious Ruby" and family. BlmDIY MEMORIAM WIUJE J. EVANS .Jult 3, 1951 )" Make' baste; 9'God(t8 dielh>w .me; make haste to help me, O'Lord. PSALMS 70:1. .._ Jackie, Jowania,. Chuckle, Justin, Jordan, Isba, James, Jr., James, ill and Gl'anny Bea. Hear my prayer, O'Lord, and let my cry come unto thee. PSALMS 102:1 Sisters, Minnie and Martha; and brothers, Wardell, Johnny, Freddie, Jack and David.


Crime Man Given 15 Years -For Distributing Crack Cocaine BRUCE KENYON DAVIS .. Sentenced more than 15Years A federal judge sentenced a 31-year-old Tampa man to 15 years and 8 months in federal prison for the distribution of crack cocaine. He entered a guilty plea on April 2, 2012. According to court documents, Bruce Kenyon Davis must also complete 6 years of supervision after his release. Davis was arrested September 7, 2011 during a law enforcement initiative referred to as the "Pines Operation conducted by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). The "Pines Operation" concentrated on drug and gang activity in two apartment complexes. Davis was one of 52 people arrested in associa tion with that operation. According to police, Davis sold crack cocaine to an undercover police officer on two separate occasions. At the time of his arrest, Davis had at least four prior state drug distribution convictions, including one for trafficking in cocaine. suspects sought In Crime Spree At Bank Temple Terrace Police are investigating a violent crime spree involving three incidents this month at a drivethrough ATM at the Bank of America, 9385 North 56th Street. The latest incident occurred Monday at 12:30 a. m., when two armed men approached the victim in the bank's parking lot and ordered him to remove money from the ATM. The victim fled on foot and escaped. One of the suspects fired twice at the victim, but missed. The suspects left the scene in the victim's black cherry Mazda CX-7, Florida tag 732ITB. The suspects obtained the victim's wallet, but no cash from the ATM. Police later recovered the vehicle. Two similar incidents have occurred at the bank this month The first on June 5th at 9:40 p. m., and the second on June 17th at 12:17 a. m. One suspect is believed to be involved in all three incidents, police said. He is described as a Black male, 20 to 30 years old, between 5 8 and 6'1" tall, weighing 160 to 170 pounds. The second suspect is described as a Black male, 20 to 30 years old, between 5'9 and 6 1 tall, weighing from 170 to 180 pounds. Anyone with information about this crime or the sus pects is asked to contact the Temple Terrace Police Department at (813) 9897110. Police Investigate Home Invasions ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police have released a surveillance video from a June sth home invasion and reported that the case has similarities to two home invasions that occurred on June 19th, one of them involving a murder. On June 5th at 4:07 a. m., police responded to a call of a home invasion robbery in the 3000 block of sth Avenue, South. The victim, Ernest Wright, 77, told police he and his girlfriend were sleep ing when they were awakened by a loud crashing sound in. their living room. Three Black males armed with handguns kicked in the front door and entered the victim's bedroom. One of the suspects reportedly held the victims at gunpoint while the other two ransacked the home. The three suspects left with a television, DVD player, briefcase a small amount of cash and other items. As the suspects were leaving the house, Mr. Wright grabbed a shotgun in his bed room and fired two rounds in the direction of the last suspect as he left. Both rounds struck an interior wall of the victim's home. Officers learned Mr. Wright had security surveil lance cameras mounted out side of his home that showed the suspects entering the front door. Coach Facing Banerv Charges LAKELAND -On Sunday, the Polk County Sheriff's Office arrested the basketball coach at Lake Gibson High School on domestic battery charges. Deputies said Warren Johnson, 40, went to his former girlfriend's home, and during a confrontation, allegedly struck 31-year-old Raquel Bell on the hand and left the home. Deputies located Johnson and arrested him without incident. Youth leader Faces lewd And laSCiviOUS Complaint ST. PETERS BURG -St. Petersburg Police have arrested a volunteer youth leader of a Boys and Girls Club after a JEREMY lewd and las-LOMACK civious com-plaint was filed. Jeremy Lomack, 23, has been charged with violation of the Computer Pornography and Child Exploitation Prevention Act, and use of a two-way communication device to facilitate a felony offense. According to reports, Lomack was a volunteer youth leader for the Suncoast Chapter of the Boys and Girls Club of America at the Royal Theater, 1011 22nd Street, He is charged with attempting to lure and seduce a 14-year-old victim, through the use of transmitted texts on his cell phone to engage in sex. Over the course of the first week of camp, Lomack allegedly groomed the victim through verbal and electronic communications in an attempt to develop an intimate relationship with her. Lomack also reportedly sent numerous texts to the victim. The victim complained to a friend about the photos and texts. The victim's friend told a staff member at the club and the staff member reported it to the club 's authorities Lomack was immediately dismissed as a volunteer youth leader and the victim's mother was contacted. The vict im 's mother reported the matter to police An investigation was conducted, and Lomack was arrested at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday. Couple Arrested Duringldentitv Then Search warrant c.. c: z m N CD ELVIS MARTIN A couple was arrested after police executed a search war rant at their New Tampa resi dence for identity theft evidence. The Tampa Police Department's Tactical Response Team (TRT) execut ed the warrant. According to police, at the time officers arrived at the home of Elvis Martin, 28, and Ms. Rosa Moultry, 24, they were not at home, but two children were there. However, as they were com pleting the search, the couple appeared in a 2006 Gold Infiniti. An officer attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver continued for four blocks, reducing his speed to about 10 miles per hour. When the vehicle finally stopped, the odor of marijuana was evi dent. The vehicle was searched and police discovered marijuana hidden in the back passenger door of the vehicle near a 6-year-old child. Police arrested the couple, seized the vehicle, and released the three children into the custody of a relative. ROSA MOULTRY Ms. Moultry was charged with child neglect and posses;!! sion of marijuana. Martin 0 was charged with fleeing to :D elude police. Both have been g released from the en Hillsborough County Jail on m bond. The charges of identity theft z pertain to an ongoing investi-m gation and police said addir tional charges are pending. The spokesperson further r said the police considered the I:;:; execution of the warrant to be ::::! high risk and activated TRT. 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2012 B I Universitv Area Communitv Center Hosts Benefit Program I The University Area Community Center was the location for a benefit program featuring several local groups. Its purpose was to raise money for a 10-day trip to New York where the groups will represent Tampa singing and praising the Lord. Their mission is to introduce as many to Jesus Christ as they meet. Some of the participants in the event were Essence of Fire, Anointed Voices of Christ, Destiny Warriors, and Sammie Oates. (Photographs by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Among those in attendance were Valerie Anderson Stallworth and Debra Wiggins. Pastor Willie White, Sr., and First Lady L. White, of Emmanuel Tabernacle Church had a great time. Anthony Depass, of HBCU Spirit, came out to show his support. Mrs. Anna Clark was very proud of the community and sponsor support for the cause. James D. Blount, Sharnard T. Frazier, Courtnie A. Crockett, and Louise Little, of Essence of Fire prepared to travel to New York. Mikeik Twymhan showed off his latest art. large Crowd On Hand For Dedication Ceremonv Holding any event outdoors is tricky this time of year. But on Friday, June 15th, County Commissioner Les Miller said there was someone special watching over the crowd at the Sulphur Springs Head Start Center on Henry Avenue. The people were there to attend a special ceremony held to rename the center in honor of the late Ms. Deborah McNair Calhoun. Ms. Calhoun passed away suddenly on Monday, January 27th after dedicat ing 38 years as an instructor with the Head Start/Early Head Start Program. At the dedication ceremony were members of her family, former co-workers, former high school classmates, childhood friends, elected officials, and Head Start/Early Head Start Director, Louis Finney. Commissioner Miller commented that he was pleased the weather held up for the dedication ceremony. "I think Deborah is look ing down on all of us today, and she's the reason we're able to sit outdoors and enjoy this ceremony. She made sure the weather was perfect for this. It's just another sign that she's still with us in spirit." Mr. Finney said Ms. Calhoun will be missed by hundreds of people. "She will be missed by Head Start staff, and we all will miss her dedication and the lives of the children she touched. "She touched my life, especially when I first came to the agency. She was really a special person." Ms. Calhoun's mother, Mrs. Ruth McNair, her sisters, Ann and Linda, along with friends of the family and acquaintances all talked about their experi ences with Ms. Calhoun, and how humble she was. A special tree was planted 'outside the center in her honor by her family and Comm. Miller. Pastor Bart Banks, Director of Aging Services, gave the invocation. Head Start/Early Head Start Director, Louis Finney, addressed the crowd. Comm. Miller, with Ms. Calhoun's family in the rear, announces the dedication of the Sulphur Springs facility as the Deborah McNair-Calhoun Center. Deborah's sisters, Linda and Ann, recount their childhood memories.


: Sentinel Circulation Manager Receives lener From First ladv c 0: u.. c a: u.. Harold Adams, Circulation Manager at the Florida Sentinel, is shown holding a phoc( tograph of First Lady Michelle Obama, and a thank you note from her. In January of this year, First Lady Michelle Obama visited Tampa to talk about her c plans for healthy eating. She visited a local store and Sentinel photographer Jerry Brun en son was on hand to photograph her at the event. w Adams sent Mrs. Obama copies of the newspaper highlighting her visit to Tampa on tthe front page. He was pleasantly surprised when he received a package from the White iX: House of the First Lady and a thank you note. w > w c w %: en :::; m Q. z ti ..1 ..1 m ..1 w z ;::: z w en c( c a: 0 ..1 u.. m I N w CJ DREAM BIG, ACHIEVE BIG CAREER TRAINING IN: > Medical Assistant > Basic X-ray Technician > Medical Office Assistant > Surgical Technology LINCOLN IS A PARTNER IN YOUR SUCCESS AND OFFERS: > Convenient day and evening classes > Financial aid for those who qualify > Career placement assistance upon graduation SCHEDULE A CAMPUS TOUR TODAY 800.790.01281 LincolnTech.com 8800 PARK BLVD. SEMINOLE, FL 33777 For student consumer information visit: www:UncolnEdu.com'consumerinfo LEARN MORE 71110451R0112 GenerositY II Anonvmous Donor Creates Football Scholarships BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During the last week of May, someone broke into the storage building of a newl y formed East Tampa football team. In addition to the mone tary cost of the theft, the organ izers were upset because the team was so new, they did not have insurance. However, as the news of the story circulated within the community, donations began to flow into the organization. Members of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers donated $3,500 to help replace the stolen equip ment. At the time of that dona tion, Orlando Gudes, Execu tive Director of the Unity Football Conference said, "The donations are going to be used to replace the stolen equipment and to provide scholarships for kids in the area who want to play but their parents could not afford to pay." Earlier this week, Gudes said an anonymous donor has made it possible for an addi tional 20 boys between the ages of 5 and 14 to play with the Highland Pines Cougars Foot ball Team. At the time of the burglary the suspects fled the scene with ORLANDO GUDES Executive Director of the Unity Football Conference more than $2,500 in equip ment for the startup team. The loss was so devastating because the team was required to play their first game before it could obtain insurance The theft happened at the end of May, before the season began. Gudes said the culprits forced the back door open and took helmets, belts, repair kits, and other accessories. At full capacity, the team will have four teams with about 120 players. It will also have four squads of cheerleaders. Anyone interested in ob taining more information about the scholarships can call Commissioner Kelvin Williams at (813) 458-5325. Banle 01 The Barbers' Expected To Be Unique Event For more than 40 years, Dale Horton has been a trav eling musician, and connected to the hair care industry Horton, and Necessary Entertainment have an nounced their first annual Battle Of The Barbers" event that will be held July 8th at the Sons Of Italy Lodge, 3315 West Lemon Street. Horton's last event of this type was 20 years ago at Up town 21 on Kennedy Boule vard. "I also hosted the 'Best of the Bay Hair Competition' back in the day. "I've been promoting events since the 1970s." Horton said this event will be about competition among area barbers, and there will be 8 barbers competing. "Next year, I'd like to widen the field to include barbers out side of Hillsborough County." The barbers will be judged in categories of fastest fade, most creative cut, best graph ics, best women's cut, and the total look. "I'd like to think this more than just a contest," said Horton. "This event will feature live entertainment like Ms. Cleo Heart and others. Also, DJ Floyd Joy will be on hand to put his special touch to the evening. DALE HORTON "The goal was to have a celebrity host the event, but due to budget restraints, that will happen at the next event. "I want to do this every year, as well as the hair compe tition." Horton said the next hair competition event will be the Tampa Bay International Hair and Fashion Festival. Tickets for this year's event can be purchased at Simply Raw, Barber's International, and Carr's Barber Supply There will also be a special recognition ceremony for all of the barbers who have been in business 30 years or more. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com.


For The Best Seafood: Lobster Haven Is The Place To Go Dan Oeft), and his long time friend, Tommie Wdson. If there is one thing you will find a lot of in Florida, it's seafood restaurants. Some have franchised and turned into icons, while oth ers open their businesses close to tourist attractions or the beach area. Lobster Haven takes a dif ferent approach. Daniel Hall and Pat Roach attract customers with the quality of the product they serve, and great customer service. Dan and Pat have known each other for more than 20 years, and decided to unite two years ago to open Lobster Haven. "Dan opened Lobster Haven 8 years ago as a wholesale business. I had been operating a restaurant on South Howard Avenue. However, after the events of September 11, 2001, I de cided to shut it down, be cause business fell off. People were afraid to come out and eat. "Dan is originally from Maine, and his family has a lot of history in the area." Pat said they ship in their lobster from Maine, and house about 3,000 pounds. "Dan had been wholesal ing to restaurants in the area with Albertsons being his biggest client. When Albert sons left the area, he got out of the wholesale business "Dan and I partnered up to open the restaurant, and we've really grown in the past two years." Pat said they have fish from Florida and Maine, shrimp from Florida and other areas; live blue crabs, and seasonal seafood, like stone crab and crawfish we bring in from Louisiana." Pat said a lot of the recipes at Lobster Haven were brought over from his South Howard restaurant. "I'm proud to say we've become a destination restau rant. It's best to call and get reservations, because our seating is limited. "We're so happy with our growth pattern, we're consid ering expanding, and maybe in the future, franchising." Pat said he understands seafood restaurants are a Solid Waste Schedule For large Debris Pickup On the heels of a massive cleanup effort in East Tampa, East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chairman, Essie Sims, felt it would be important if residents knew the schedule for Solid Waste's pickup oflarge debris. The Solid Waste Enhanced Environment Program (S.W.E.E.P.) provides services designed to improve the quality oflife throughout the city's neighborhoods. In addition to regular trash, recycling, and yard waste services, the S.W.E.E.P. program provides resi dents with 36 weeklong neighborhood cleanups each year. Over the past 5 years, S.W.E.E.P. has removed 13,489 tons of bulk trash items and debris from the city's neighborhoods. Acceptable materials for pickup are household appliances, fur niture, mattresses, tires without rims (up to 4), carpet, yard waste (cut down to 4-feet lengths), barbecue grills, toilets, and railroad ties (cut down to 4-feet lengths. Items not accepted are building materials, sheds, fences, tile, pipe, wood/plywood, brick concrete blocks, roofing material, doors, windows, drywall) hazardous materials and electronics, pressurized gas cylinders, explosives/ammunition, liquid waste (paints, solvents, oil or fuels), metal drums, tires with rims and boats. For th e month of July, the pickup schedule is: July 2-6, Northeast MacFarlane Park/Old West Tampa. July 9-13 Belmont-Boers Heights/Rainbow Heights. July 16-20, Southeast Seminole Heights. July 23-27, College Hill/LaPalomajVM Ybor. July 30-Aug. 3rd, Belmont Heights/Jackson Heights. very competitive business in this area, and to stay a step ahead, they rely on their ex perience and the fact that they bring in quality seafood right off the boat. Maine or locally. "Our staff is very edu cated, and enjoy sharing their knowledge with customers. We also hand out pamphlets that demonstrate how our dishes are prepared. at 12807 West Hillsborough Avenue. Their phone number is (813) 855-2888 w "We deal directly with the fishermen, whether it be in Lobster Haven is located Reporter Leo n B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, o r emailed at lcrews@jlsen tinel.com. :,: .. /< f.: :><:; 'tnlnlaeUject ct001120t3a'lda 48-l:ra'll br1; .m Asc:fOW1112. aaamea Alit tobrl, a.25% .25% doowt Wvth tm EJf'l:t,e:AAitll!Yd /lax:J.rt isrtqied $1:0 n:rnun ci:pool t>qma a.Qectto rob. Rfth Tl'id art. MErrbiJ' Ft)l(1 ORih 11id Bin< 2012 ., r-0 :::D 6 ,.. en m z :::! z m r-m c r-rm :::! z "'0 c m r-u; :::z:: m c m < m :::D < c m en c ,.. z c ., :!! c C> m w I m


C\1 All About You! c a: LL c z c( c CIJ w it w > w c w :I: CIJ :::i m a. Happv Birthdav EREYONNA BLUE Ereyonna is turning 16 on 6/29/12, and the party is 6/30 at the Alley in Riverview. Every one is welcome. Love, mom and grandma, BJ. HIPPV Binhdav MS. YATTA And MARCO z Ha ppy birthday to my q u een, i= Ms. Yatta. w ..J ..J m ..J w z t= z w CIJ c( c a: 0 ..J LL From, your k ing, Marco Love you, Bae. Happv Birthdav Happy birthday to my lovely Tammie Mickens. your husband, HaPPV1SI Binhdav ERIN SYNAI JAMES Happy 1st birthday to Erin Synai James. She will be celebrating her special day with her mother, Dominique James; April Jacobs, grandma; Margie Pearson, great grandma, Markee James, uncle; and a special birthday wish from her great auntie, Vickie and Mon tique Shepherd from Califor nia. She will also celebrate this day with family and friends. Mommy loves you always and forever. Relocated MS.RUTHIE FLOWERS Ms. Ruthie Flowers once lived in Tampa. Now she lives in Davenport, FL. She got her Cosmetology Certificate in Tampa HappJ .Anniversarv CARLOS And LAY-LAY Happy anniversary, Babe. Miss you and love you From, wifey HaPPV Binhdav OaddV BIG BEN, LIL BEN AndBEIOSHA Father's Day at Lego Land was very fun Now that's over, it's time to hang out for the best daddy's birthday. Happy birthday, Daddy. Love, Lil Ben and Beiosha. Happv Binhdav TRI-TRI Fir s t I want to thank God f or allowing me t o see another year And thanks for my famil y and friends y ou know who y ou are. Passes RN Boards DONNETTA JAMES Congratulations!! Donnetta has just passed her Florida State Boards for Registered Nursing, after completing Allied Medical Health RN Program. We love you and are so proud. Your biggest fans, Tray, Shania, Moochie and Aunt E. They say you don t g o back to your old love, but we s ay it s better the 2nd time around. Established in 1993. I love you more today than I did back then. AMYAndPOP Happy birthday, Bae.


JAMAREON MOULTRIE Julyt Jamareon is the joy of our lives and the smile on our faces. We wish him a happy birthday and many more. Power Ranger "J" will cele brate his birthday with family and friends on Saturday, June 30th at Chuck E. Cheese. God bless, love: your parents, Daland and Theresa; brother and sister, Shain and Shay; grandparents, Lisa and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moultrie; and his loving TeTe, Sierra. Tyrell White, H18449, T. C. 1., Perry, FL, 32348. TAMMIE MICKENS We want to wish our mother, Tammie Mickens, a happy birthday. We love you always. Your daughters, Josetta and Jonecia Mickens. A 106 Years Of Age Birthday Celebration MRS. GOLDIE GARNETT The people of Wimauma will celebrate the birthday of its oldest citizen on July 22 2012, at 11 a. m. her name is Mrs. Goldie Garnett. This will be an all day event held at First Prospect M. B. Church. Mrs. Garnett still lives in her own home and walks to church every Sunday. Let us shower her with gifts appreciation and love. Welcome Horne Just 42 days shy of 5 years, VietNam veteran and Purple Heart recipient, Bernard Wilcox was released from a healthcare facility in Polk County and placed in a health unit near his home in Wimauma. The Wilcox family and friends have waited sev eral years for this transfer and is very happy that he is in the area. Educator Foregoes Retirement After 38 years of working in the public school system, Margaret Claritt retired in May of 2009. However, retire ment did not reflect Ms. Claritt's profile and the itch to return to the classroom weighed on her heavily. Now, she teaches part-time and uses her remaining time to can fruits and vegetables and shares them with the commu nity A Leap Of Faith The Revelator app lauds Julia Glover a 1,000 times for taking 'a leap of faith' and adopting a child. We hav e much respect and admiration for y ou Julia. May heaven's fortunes rain on your family. The Deacons' Association OfTarnpa Bay Charitable Event The Deacons Association of Tampa Bay held a fund rais ing event for Pastor Roosevelt Johnson on June 2, 2012, at Mt. Moriah M. B. Church. Pastor Johnson, who is an amputee, expressed heartfelt appreciation and gratitude for the love and sup port that he received from the Christian family. Mt.Moriah M. B. Church -Upcoming Events July 15, 2012 11 a. m. Family and Friends Day, fea turing the Bunton Family from Buffalo, New York August 14, 2012 -10 a. m. Community Fun Day, Bethune Park August 24 20127 p m. Happy Belated Birthday The Revelator extends many birthday wishes to Patrick Hayes and wishes him many more with many hugs and kisses. Circle Of Concern To those among us who are ill, remember what God said in the book of Isaiah Chapter 40:31: But they that wait on the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. Take His words by faith: Pastor Roosevelt Johnson, Goldie Garnett, Gladys Wilcox, Bernard Wilcox, James Berrien, Mattie Huffman, Gloria Young and Eddie Marshall. Until next time, ring, ring Revelator. Keep an appliance ther mometer in the refrigerator and freezer to determine if food is safe during power m outages. The refrigerator temperature should be 40F or lower and the freezer -t should be 0F or lower. C: Store food on shelves that will be safely out of the way of contaminated water in case of flooding. m C/) c )> z c "TT Group food together in the :!'! freezer --this helps the food .stay cold longer. < Freeze refrigerated items such as leftovers, milk, and fresh meat and poultry that you may not need immedi ately this helps keep them at a safe temperature longer. Have coolers on hand to keep refrigerator food cold if the power will be out for more than 4 hours. Purchase or make ice and store in the freezer for use in the refrigerator or in a cooler. Freeze gel packs ahead of time for use in coolers. Plan ahead and know C> m where dry ice and block ice U1 can be purchased. m


It is a natural experi ence for people to get to a certain point in life and feel like they can handle all of life's issues by themselves. Recall your childhood days when you could not wait to get grown" so you could do ings your way. Sad to say, many people get this way in their spiritual life, too. Some people have gotten so caught up in being blessed they have forgotten about who blessed them. Some people tend to get to a point in their life (after a a: storm, after they are healed, u.. after their re la tionship is better ... ) and rely less on c( God. Their trust is placed less in God and more in the c gods of the world. m This week's lesson from 1 Samuel 7:3-17 tells the > story of the Israelites being a: w > w c w :I: en ::::; ID ;:) D. reunited with God and re ceiving God's help. People must know and understand that there is an enemy whose goal is to make you leave the God of your salva tion and fight you at every turn. Samuel told the people that if they were going to re turn to the Lord with all their heart, then they needed to put away the for eign gods and commit to the Lord and serve Him only (vs. 3). No matter what your life has been like in the past or how you have lived, you can return to God. He is calling you to return, the choice is yours to accept the invita tion. If you are going to return you must be willing to put aside the foreign gods of the z t= w ...1 ...1 ;:) ID ...1 w z ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL t= z w en a: g u.. 3401 E. 25th Aveooe,T ampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248 .. 3737 Or (813) 248 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP ....., Eddlllla Sr. Pastor WEEKLY SCHEDULE 8:00 A. M Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Email Us At: stjmilistries@aol.com M$sion Statement: A Church of the inner city reachlr(Jout to the community by ministeli1g to the whole man." OUtrea::h Mini&1ry: 1D r-l>AH t.c./ ch t-OJSE OF LYDIA w 0 world. You must decide that you are going to live your life for Him and serve Him only. The people heard this word and decided to accept the invitation and return to the Lord (vs. 6). On their day of assembling them selves to be reunited with God they fasted and con fessed. Oftentimes the people of God must have time to fast and confess their sins or shortcomings to the Lord. Fasting is simply denying your flesh of the things that it desires. You decide that you are not going to partake in the delicacies of the world. Confession is just being true to one's self and to God. The t111e to one s self is acknowledging for yourself that you have done wrong. Although you return to God does not mean that the enemy of life is going to freely let you go. Your enemy or that "thing" that you wrestle with will still be there in you and around you. When he, she, or it hears that you are assembling to be united with God he, she, or it will make plans to NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 For Transportation Call (813)486-7890 Oea. Kelvin DeCoursey Chairman, Deacons' Miris come against you. For some reason, the enemy thinks that you are most vulnera ble when you are praying, fasting, worshipping, or praising. While they were engaged with God, they were at their best and strongest. On the day that the Philistines at tacked, God thundered and put the Philistines in a panic (vs. 10). With or without God you are going to have an enemy. Some people think that because they unite with God they will not have any enemies or all of their issues will go away. You will have issues, but being with God assures that you will have Him to figpt for you. Being in relation ship with God and worship ping Him gives Him great reason to subdue your ene mies. God will confuse your enemy and that will enable you to gain the victory over him, her, or it. Return to God and He will receive you. Return to Him and He will fight for you! You are at your best when you are with Him. You are at your strongest when you are worshipping and serving Him. If you re turn to Him, He will help you! MINISTRY OF SPIRIT AND TRUTH SEMINARY 1417 E. Holland St., "Tampa, FL 33612 813-866-4508 Fax 813 866-7n9 Emll mONtlOverlzon.net www mln lstry ofsp lrit.org OPEN HOUSE 8t REGISTRATION JULY 7, 2012 @ 2PM AUGUST 4, 2012 @ 2PM Dr. Saughanto Austin Dean & Professor SAINT .JAMES A.M.E. CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE, INC. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-2411 Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Church School 8 :45 A. M.. Morning Worship Service 10:15A.M. 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""' women and public servants June Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday wishes go out to: Nathaniel Scott, Mary Hobley, Pastor Rozell White, Amos Sheffield, Betty Reed, Tyrone Timmons, Sr., and Cecelia "Lafran" Albritton, who will celebrate her special day on 6/29. Belated Birthdays Belated birthday wishes are sent to: Tonae Filer (6/3), and Vaughn Akins (6/19). Sympathy Our condolences are ex tended to the Philon family due to the passing of their loved one: Mrs. Lula Philon, who will be greatly missed by her family, friends and neighbors. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. Prayer Let us pray for those far and near that are less fortu nate: Dea. Eli Rodgers' family, Arlean Evans, Marie Benson, Mattie Mills, Annie Laura Jelks, Alfonso Lee and James Wiggs. Apology We apologize to Mr. and Mrs. Francis (Mildred) Hanna, they have shared 58 years. What a blessing! Wow!! St. Matthew Missionary Batptist Church Rev. Alec Fitzgerald Hall, Pastor and congrega tion send birthday greetings to the following June celeI CHURCH DIRECTORY I NEW BEGINNING CHURCH OF THE LMNG GOD, INC. Email: bishopandrewsfJiive.c:om SERVICE TIMES Sunday Schoo l 10 A. M Moming Service -11 :30 A. M Evening Service 7:30 P. M. Bible Study Tuesday .. Bible Band7:30 P. M. .. lhursday E v ening YPWVV 7:30P. M 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry 7 :30P.M. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St. ) P .O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr. C. T. Dtdand, 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 WORSHIP11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's Sl4>Per (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bi>le Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IIRIO.AIID, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org brants: Ayanna Petti-grew-Wilkes, Alan Stallings, Dovonte Myers, Trinity Graham, Nadine Jones, Amera Jenkins, Marjavius Session and Latoya Hamilton Bryant. Chess Would you like to learn to play chess or just sit in for a few games? Every Saturday morning from 10 a. m. -12 noon chess lovers gather to have fun. The chess sets are provided. To RSVP or ask questions, contact chess coach, Ted McNair at 813-431-5215. scripture (Psalms 100:4-5) Enter into His gates with thanksgiving and into His courts with praise, be thankful unto Him and bless His name. The Lord is good, His mercy is everlasting and His truth endureth to all generations. Thought For Today The only way of finding the limits of the possible is 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 Tuesday7 :30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! GRACE MARY .SSIOURY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N. 37th St (813) 248-3n9 Ear1y Morning Worship -8 A M Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship10 : 50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. 7 P M by going beyond them into the impossible. F.Y.I. God bless Pres. Barack Obama and his family. Also, the service men and in our community. Remember your helper in 2 the kitchen, Shu-Lon's Kitchen 813-741-9760 N Call your news into Glo

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Celebrating A Dedicated Servant The community is invited to a celebration in of the diligent service of Mother Princess Fortson, founding Church Mother of Victory Temple Church of God by Faith in Lakeland. The celebration will be held on Saturday, June 30, 2012 beginning at 6:oo p.m. at Victory Temple. For further information and/or confirm your partici pation, please call (863) 8127098. Happy Anniversary Shaw-Nv.f Talk extends wishes for a Happy Anniversary to Jessie and Ricca Randolph as they celebrate their first year of marriage; and to Charles and Brenda Shaw, of Lakeland, as they celebrate their sth wedding anniversary on July 7th. May the Lord continue to bless this union! Brittany Hutchinson, Kidney Recipient Nathan Singletary, Lung Recipient Happy Birthday Shaw-Nv.f Talk extends Happy Birthday wishes to Lakeland gentleman Mark Johnson, who is celebrating another natal day on July 2nd. Wishes for a Happy 12th Birthday to Little Miss Christian Dickerson, of Lakeland, who will celebrate her special day on July 3rd. Shaw-Nuf Talk also extends wishes for a Happy Birthday to: Tampa's Minister Fred Sears, who will celebrate his special day on July 4th and to Lakeland's Coach Mozell Axson, who will celebrate his natal day on July 6th! Shaw-Nv.f Talk hopes that each of your days will be filled with the desires of your hearts! May the Lord continue to bless y ou with many, many more birthdays! Shaw-Nuj'Shout-Out This week Shaw-Nuf Talk gives a Shaw-Nuf Lakelald Well Developer : James Watkins, Presi-awards Senlces To dent/Gospel Division 1.. Director; Boni McClendon, Marketing/ Promotion Tamp a Non-Prof-It CDON Director; Leroy .... McClendon, A&R/ Produc-N tion Director; and Hezekiah LAKELAND --Mosier college graduates who seek Johnson, R&B/Hip-Data has named TampaBay-employment by helping to Hop/Pop Division Director. Job-Links as the recipient of provide the skills necessary The mission of Full Circle the company's 2012 Pro to conduct an effective job is to provide a positive venue Bono Outreach package. search and develop a stratefor artists to unleash their TampaBay-J ob-Links is a gic self-marketing plan. creative talents. Their goal ... Tampa-based nonprofit Mosier implemented the Helping Others Achieve. organization that provides Pro Bono Outreach in 20t2 Thanks, Full Circle, for all resources and employer by inviting nonprofit orgaconnections for those seek-nizations in Polk, that you do to inspire our communities ing employment. Hillsborough and Orange MosierData will provide a Counties to apply for a Talk To ShawNuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your cele brations, special events, community events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, fam ily reunions, class reunions, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Nv.f Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk-@yahoo.com or calling (863) 5138437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! comprehensive identity, chance to receive the pack-website and social media age valued at as much as branding package that $6,400. includes consulting and Fourteen nonprofits professional services. applied during the out-Two Tampa philan-reach's inaugural year. thropists started Organizations competing TampaBay-Job-Links in for the prize registered 'TI March 2010 in an effort to themselves online and sub0 address the nearly 11 per-mitted a consideration lJ cent unemployment rate in package of anything they g the area at the time. The felt adequately painted their en organization provides indi-need for the marketing vidualized job search sup-package. :::! port as well as net-For more information Z working opportunities. about Mosier Data visit the TampaBay-Job-Links company's website m assists the unemployed, http: //www.mosierdata ? underemployed and recent ...oom. Jn :::! z "D c: m r-c;; % m c What's your story? m < m .c: Has your life been affected by organ or tissue donation? Are you a recipient, a donor family member or passionate about your community about saving lives? Volunteer with us! If you are interested in-sharing your donation story and encouraging more people to join Floridas donor registry contact us today. L-ife Link ofF lorida Ashley.Moore@ LifeLinkFound.org 1-800-262-5775 m CJ) c ,.. -< )It z c ., :!! c


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Many of the Gilford's friends are shocked and taken aback by the allegations against the pair who have otherwise maintained an overtly pristine reputation. After state prosecutors poured over the extensive financial records of the church and delved in to the pasts of the Gilfords, though, they learned some eye-opening facts that could put the pair away on charges that carry anywhere from 5 years to life in prison if convicted by a jury. 505 East Jackson St. Suite 1303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & CNCiitor's REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Jesse Jackson Jr. Takes Medical leaveOI Absence JESSE JACKSON JR. CHICAGO-U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who defeated a primary challenge this year despite being the target of a House Ethics investigation, has been on a medical leave for two weeks and is being treated for exhaustion, his office announced Monday. 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The hiring of an attorney It an Important that should not be bused solely upon adVenlsemente Before you deckle. lfl( ut to nne! you !fee written lnlonnatlon Rodnev Kino's Familv Plead For Help With His Burial Costs RODNEY KING When Rodney King, 47, passed away on June 17th from an alleged drowning, lit tle did the public know that he wa,s broke. King, who was brutally beaten by the Los Angeles Police Department in 1991, died penniless. Now his family members need money to lay his body in the ground. After his videotaped beat ing, the troubled King sued -and won -$3.8 million from the LAPD. Yet King's family members, his three grown daughters, along with other extended relatives, say that the funeral expenses will run upward of $22,000 and RODNEY KING'S Daughters they cannot afford to cover the exorbitant costs. The family has now resorted to asking the public to donate to a memorial fund for the deceased so that he can receive a proper burial. 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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on July 18. 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. CASE t11n SC1BECK, LAWRENCE K. 7210 S. KISSIMMEE ST. AlB TAMPA, Fl SECTIONS : 1948, 19-231 AND 19-232 PORT TAMPA CITY MAP N 11 FT OF LOT 23 AND LOT 24 AND S 19FT OF LOT 25 AND S CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON BLOCK 142 138790. 0000 CASE t 12-C1271 CANTY HELEN ESTATE OF C/0 JEROME D. CANTY PERSONAL REP 1321 W GRACE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-50 AND 19-231 COLLINS PHILIP 2ND ADDITION LOT 15 BLOCK 8 ABlJTTING THEREON BLOCK 61 178464.0000 CASE t 12-C1471 CHAMBERS AMY 11101 W ARCH ST., TAMPA, Fl SECTIONS: 19-16 AND 19-49 BENJAMIN' S 2ND ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA LOT 24 BLOCK 13 178133.0000 CASE t 12-C2415 RODRIGUEZ, CARLOS L RIVERA, EUZABETH 4308 W. CARMEN ST., TAMPA, FL SECfiONS : 19-26 19-49 AND 19-231 HANAN ESTATES LOT 7 BLOCK 9 AND N OF A LLEY ABUTIINGON S 114936.0000 CASE t 12-C3673 BRYANT, ORA LEE 1322 W. GRACE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46 19-49, 19-50 AND 19-56 COLLINS PHILIP 2ND ADDITION LOT 11 BLOCK 9 178482. 0000 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CASE t 12-o4030 MORRIS URBAN DEVELOPMENT LLC 4807 W PAUL AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-49 BAYBRIDGE REVISED LOT9 BLOCK4 131905. 0000 CASE t 12-C4125 SOUTH WESTSHORE INVESTMENT GROUPLLC 6815 S. WEST SHORE BL, TAMPA, Fl SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49, 19-50 AND 19 PRESCOITS C W ADDITION TO PORT TAMPA CITY S OF LOT 4 LOTS 5 AND 6 AND E OF ALLEY ABUTIING SAID LOTS BLOCK 53 AND LOTS 11 AND 12 & S LOT 13 AND W OF CLOSED ALLEY ABlJTTING SAID LOTS ON E AND E OF CLOSED MASCOTIE ST ABlJTTING ONW BLOCK 53 138390 0000 As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice i s hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on July 18. 2012 at 1:00 p.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s) violation address code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 CASE t12-o55110 SURAEZ, MARCELO 114 W. AMEUA AVE., TAMPA, Fl COOE SECTIONS : 5-104 3,5-108.4,5-105.1 MUNRO AND MC INTOSH'S ADDITION E OF LOT 5 BLOCK 6 191831. 0000 CASE t12-o5515 MCCUULARS, BRYAN K. MCCULLARS, SHARON G. 5201 E. BUSCH BL, TAMPA, Fl COOE SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5-108 4,5-105 1 TEMPLE TERRACES E 132.25 FT OF N 250 FT OF LOT 45 142863.0000 CASE t 12-o5e15 MARTIN, JAMES E MARTIN, KIM K. 6807 S HESPERIDES ST., TAMPA, Fl COOE SECTIONS: 5-104.3,5-108 4 5 -105. 1 MACDILL HOME PROPERTIES INC. S 30 FTOF LOT 3& E ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON AND N 20 FT OF LOT 4 AND E OF ALLEY ABUTTING 138352. 0000 CASE t 12-o5622 RODRIGUEZ, LUIS GARCIA 3001 W SPRUCE ST ., TAMPA, FL COOE SECTIONS: 5-104 3 5-108 4 ,5-1 05 1 MAC FARLANE PARK LOTS 33 TO 36 INCL BLOCK 54 180597 0500 CASE t 12-C8637 POLANCO MARIA DELKARMEN 3507 N 8TH ST., TAMPA, Fl CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5-108 4 5-105 1 FRANCIS S 51 FT OF LOT 4 BLOCK 2 173216.0000 CASE t 12-o&538 ROLAND, NICHOLAS T ROLAND, REBECCA L 207W. HENRY AVE., TAMPA, Fl COOE SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5-108 4 5-105 1 IDLEWILD ON THE HILLSBOROUGH E 80 FTOF LOT7 AND E 80 FTOF S LOT 8 BLOCK 20 162408.0000 CASE I 12-os53t GREAR JAMES H 1713 N. BOULEVARD, TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS: 5-104.3, 5-108.4, AND 5-105. 1 CASA LOMA SUBDIVISION LOTS 39 AND 40 BLOCK 12 100438.0000 CASEt12-Ge541 ROMAN ANGELES M 1008 W BRADDOCK ST TAMM, FL CODE SECTIONS: 5-104.3, 5-108.4, AND 5-105. 1 SUBURB ROYAL LOT4BLOCK8 181685 0000 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK II NO"nCE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 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.: onsee.oooo File No.: 2012-5113 Certificate No.: 1H019-09 Year of laauance: 2009 Description of Property: COMM AT SE COR OF SOUTH COVE PH 2/3 PB99 PG288 THN N 00 DEG 1 1 MIN 14 SEC W 290.16 FT TO PC TO LEFT WIAAD 580 FT CB N 79 DEG 39 MIN 43 SEC E 160.12 FT TO PT OF CURVE TO LEFT W/AAD 594.68 FT CB N 43 DEG 01 MIN 07 SEC E 100.53 FT THN N 37 DEG 30 MIN 24 SEC E 679.87 FT THN S 85 DEG 26 MIN 41 SEC E 63.83 FT THN N 16 DEG 45 MIN 22SECW 45.62FTTHN N45DEG 38MIN 06SECW18.57FTTHNN13 DEG 44 M l 09 SEC E 21.76 FT THN N 08 DEG 13 MIN 40 SEC W 99.20 FT THN N 30 DEG 28 MIN 25 SEC W 654.20 FT TO PC TO LEFT WIAAD 170 FT CB N 42 DEG 09 MIN 02 SEC W 68.81 FT THN N 53 DEG 49 MIN 38 SEC W 9 .18 FT THN S 37 DEG 44 MIN 36 SEC W 788.34 FT TOPTON ELINE OF SOUTH COVE PH 2/3 AND CURVE TO LEFT W/AAD 470.53 FT CB N 84 DEG 56 MIN 22 SEC W 263.90 FT THN N 35 DEG 28 MIN 45 SEC W 563.46 FT THN S 54 DEG 31 MIN 15 SEC W 130.59 FT THN N 35 DEG 57 MIN 45 SEC W 67.68 FT TO PC TO LEFT W/RAD 2180 FT CB N 40 DEG 29 MIN 48 SEC W 282.30 FTTHN N 44 DEG 12 MIN 32 SEC W 82.16 FTTHN N 38 DEG 27 MIN 52 SEC E 265.76 FT THN N 37 DEG 28 MIN 10 SEC E 533 56 FT TO POB THN S 52 DEG 31 MIN 39 SEC E 200 FT THN N 37 DEG 28 MIN 13 SEC E 498.19 FT THN N 40 DEG 20 MIN 06 SEC E 100.12 FT TO PT ON BDAY OF WATER LEAF PH 1 PB111 PG80 THN N 37 DEG 28 MIN 21 SEC E 232.07 FT TO PT OF CURVE TO LEFT WIAAD 235 FT CB N 07 DEG 49 MIN 01 SEC W 334.01 FT THN N 53 DEG 06 MIN 23 SEC W 483.01 FT TO PT ON BIG BEND AD THN S 38 DEG 36 MIN 06 SEC W 798.54 FT THN S 53 DEG 27 MIN 23 SEC E 200 FT THN ALG CURVE TO AT W /AAD 780 FT CB S 65 DEG 05 MIN 19 SEC E 314.54 FT THN S 33 DEG 35 MIN 11 SEC W 334.39 FT TO POB SEC TWP AGE: 10 31 20 Subject To All Outstanding Taxes Name(s) in which assessed: US HOME CORPORATION Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shal l be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h ighest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 26lb. day of JulY, 2012. at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 10 verify sale location). Dated this 6th DAY OF JUNE. 2012 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA BY: TERESA L CLARK DEPUTY CLERK H 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 ofcertaln asalstance. Please 'contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; H you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. ICATION DEADLINES 1 ,uestl1av Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad 'TI c c.. c: z m N N 0 ...... N 'TI r-0 g C/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: rr-!!l z "tJ c: m r-u; ::I: m c m < m :zJ -t c: m C/) c 'TI ...... cp m


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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, Geo rge E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 2mb day of July, 2012 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sate location) Dated this mt1 day of June. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk H you are a peraon with a dlaablllty who needa any accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding, you are entitled at no coat to you, to the provlalon of cartaln a .. latance PleaH contact the Clark'a ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenalon 4205, two (2) working daya prior to the date the aervlce Ia needed; H you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. I I EMPLOYMENT II The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Estate Slltl Must Have G r eat Sa l esmanship Sk ill s In House Lead Base High Pay Out s Immediate Advancement Paid Tra in ing $24k$50k Start Immed iate ly Call Basia McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certifocate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the descr i ption of the property, and the names i n which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 160404.0000 Fil e No.: 2012595 Certificate No.: 208460-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Deacrlptlon of Property : W 100 FTOF E 195 FTOP S 114 OF SE l/4 OF NW 14 OF NE 114 LESS STREET SEC TWP AGE : 1629 19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) i n whic h assessed : ESTATE OF MAURICE DENNIS WALTON VERONICA DENISE BRYANT Sa i d 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, Geo rge E Edgecomb Co urthouse, BOO East Twiggs Street Tampa F L 33602 on the 2tb. day of JulY 2012, at 10 00 A M (NOTICE : Please caH ( 8 13) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this mt1 day of June, 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk H you are a person with a dlaablllty who needa any accommodation In order to partlclpeta In thla proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provlalon of certain ualatance. PleaH contact the Clerk 'a ADA Coordinator 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 axtanalon 4205 two (2) working daya prior to the date the aervlce Ia needed; H you are hearing or voice I mpaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of the following certificate has f iled said certificate for a tax deed t o be i ssued thereon The certificate number and year of iss ua nce the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 080797.0000 File No.: 2012-596 Cert i ficate No.: Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: W 100FT OF E 1 050 .FT OF N 100FT OF NW 1/4 O F SW 14 SEC TWP AGE : 06 28 -21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) i n which assessed : F[QRIAN L. BELES TRUSTEE Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unl ess such cert i f i cate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Ju ry Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E as t Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 2mb. day of July, 2012 at 10:00 A .M. (N OT I CE : Please call ( 813 ) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this th day of June, 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Ot The Circuit Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk H you are a penaon with a dlaablllty who needa any accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provlalon of certain aulatance. PleaH contact the Clerk'a ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Aorlda, (813) 276-8100 extena lon 4205, two (2) working daya prior to the data the aervlce Ia needed; H you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder o f the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be I ssued thereon. The certificate number and year of i ssuance the descri p \ion of the property and the names in which i t was assessed are as follows: Folio N o.: 081871 .0000 File No.: 2012 Certifocate No.: Year of Issuance: 2009 Deacrlptlon of Property : THAT PART OF W 114 OF NE 1 / 4 OF NE 1 / 4 LYING S OF WALLACE BRANCH RD SEC TWP AGE: 24-28 -21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which aaaeaaed : ROBERT R POLK Said property being i n the County of H illsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described i n such certifocate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audllorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 2mb. day of July. 2012 at 1 0 00 A,M ( NOTICE : Please call ( 813 ) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this mt1 day of June, 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk H you are a person with a dlaablllty who needa any accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provlalon of certain aulatance. Pleaae contact the Clerk'a ADA Coordinator 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 axtanalon 4205, two (2) working daya prior to the date the aervlce Ia needed; H you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. I Assistant Principal -Townhouse Community Education North Tampa Partners 3 Bedroom/1 5 Bath 2 Bedroom/2 Bath A Professional Full-Service Will Work With You Townhouse School Management Company, On Security Deposit Large Fenced Yard Currently Has A An ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Opening In Ceramic/Carpet H illsborough County. 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Florida to register the said name with the D i v i s ion of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee Florida Dated at Tampa. Florida, this 26th day of June. 2012. Sole Owner(s) Burnside Learning Center REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Competitive sealed proposals will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville F l or ida, and publi cly opened on July 26 2012 at 2:30 p.m. for: RFP 005-12 Independent Auditing Services ORAL PRESENTATIONS AND/OR REVIEW COMMITTEE MEETING: If required, are expected to be held at the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Tampa Setvice Office, Building 1, 7601 Highway 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33637 at 10 : 00 a m on Wednesday, August 22, 2012 The Request for Proposals may be obtained through the District's Internet website at http tlwww WaterMatters o rgl oroc u remeot under "View Our Solicitations on DemandStar" or "Alternate V iew of Our Current Solicitations. Southwest Florida Water Management District, Procurement, 2379 B road Street Brooksv ille, F l or ida 34604-6899 ; procurement@watermatters org ; 352-796-7211 ext. 4132 ; or in Florida : 1-800-423-14 76, TOO ONLY 1-800-6103. The Distric t reserves the_ right to reject any or all bids/proposals received w ith or without cause. JoAnne M. Rehor Contracts Administrator


:D 0 II LEGAL NOTICE II L\;;;;;;;;;;;11 f z IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA Case No.: 11-13459 WELLS FARGO BANK, N A., a national banking association, successor by merger to Wachovia Bank, N.A., Plaintiff vs. Southland Properties, LLC a Florida limited liability company ; Florida Department of Revenue, State of Florida; Southland Construction Services, Inc. a Florida corporation ; Southland Restaurant Services, LLC, a Florida limited liability company; John Dobler, an individual Douglas Gillotte an individual, Bryan Killian, an individual; Mitchell Mercer an individual; and Randal Niedermaier, an individual Defendants. NOTICI; OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN, that under a Final Judgmen t dated the 6th day of June 2012 in Case No. 1113459 i n the C i rcuit Cour t of the Thirteent h Jud i c ial Circu i t i n and for Hillsborough County, F l orida in which Wells Fargo Bank, N A., is Plaint i ff and South l and Properties LLC, Flor i da Department of Revenue State of Flor i da; Southland Construct ion Services, Inc. Southland Restaurant Services LLC, John Dobler Douglas Gillotte Bryan Killian Mitc h ell Mer cer and Randal Niederma i er are Defendants I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twi ggs Street, 2nd Floo r Rooms 201/202, Tampa, FL 33602, at 10:00 a.m. on the 1mb day of July. 2012, the following described property set forth in the F i nal Judgment: EXHIBIT A The East Y2 of the.West Y2 ofTract 3, Less Highway Road Right of Way, STATE HIGHWAY FARMS, According To The Map Or Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 27, Page 98, Of The Public Records Of Hillsborough County Florida. TOGETHER WITH: ( a ) t h e improvemen t s ; (b) all estates easements interests licen ses r i ghts and ti tles o f Mortg a gor i n and to o r ben efiting the Land; (c) all es t ates easemen t s int e r est l icenses r ights a n d titles, if a n y o f Mortgagor in and to the r eal e state lying in all p resent o r future r o ads and sidewa l k s In fro nt o f or a djo inin g the Land, and in and t o any s t r i ps o r g or e s o f real e s ta t e adjo i ning the land ; (d) all p a ssage s waters water r igh ts wat er courses, riparian right s oth e r appur t ena nt to th e L and, as well as any aft e r a cquir e d t i tle, franchise or l icen se and t h e reversi o n s a n d r e m a i n d er s t hereof; and (e) all estates, easeme n t s licen se s int erests r ight s and titles appurt e nant or inciden t t o the f orego ing; (ii) the Persona l P roperty; and (iii) all o t her estates easem ents licens es i ntere st, r i g hts and titles which Mortgagor now has o r a t any t ime hereafter acqu ires, I n and to t h e Land the Improvements the Per sonal Property and all property whi ch is used or usefu l i n connect ion therew ith, i nc luding without l imitation (a) all proceeds payable i n lieu of or as compensation for loss or damage to any of the foregoing (b) all awards for a taking or for degradat ion of value in any emi nent domain proceed i ng i nvolv i ng any of the forego ing; and (c) the proceeds of a n y and all i nsurance ( i nclud ing without lim i tation, title insur ance) covering the Land the Improvements, the Personal Property and any of the for ego i ng. IF YOU ARE A PERSON CLAIMING RIGHTS TO FUNDS REMAINING AFTER THE SALE YOU MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH THE CLERK NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO ANY REMAINING FUNDS. AFTER 60 DAYS, ONLY THE OWNER OF RECORD AS THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MAY CLAIM THE SURPLUS. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Hillsborough County Co urthouse 800 E. Twiggs St. Room 604, Tampa FL 33602; (813) 272-7040 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated this 15th day of June 2012. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ JENNY ALVAREZ DEPUTY CLERK HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY (HART) ACCEPTING BIDS The Hillsborough Transi t Author i ty (HART) will be accept ing b i ds/proposa l s i n the month of July for : IFB-12033G NetApp Network Server Equipment, IFB-12050G HP Virtualization Servers and VM Ware, IFB-12058G Computer Workstations and Accessories and IFB-12146GAPC UPS Systems. Informat ion pertain ing to these solicitat i ons w ill be avail ab l e for download through our website at www goHART org I Bus i ness Oppo r tun i t ies I Open Solicitations I nqu i ries to any soli citat i ons should be d irected to the specific Contract Special ist listed on each open solicitat ion. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) RFP No. 12-534-026 Bond Underwriter Services Sealed proposa l s f or Bond Underwriter Services will be rece ived from firms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4100 George J. 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