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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area < Q a: SEE PAGE 23-A c ...J LL VOL. 67 NO. 94 FRIDAY JULY 13, 2012 44 PAGES 75 Narive Son Comes Home To Oversee AlE District State Grades Come In; Charter Schools Do Well Organizers Plan To Register 500 New voters SEE PAGE 10-A SEE PAGE 1 0-A SEE RELATED STORIES PAGES 2 4 & 9-A 'REVIVING FAITH OF OUR FATHERS' PROGRAM AT PEACE PROGRESSIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Church, Timothy Kemp, Pastor, held a program, entitled 'Reviving Faith Of Our Fathers' !il r ecently. One of the groups that participated on the program was the Male Chorus of St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church. Members of the chorus are: front row, left to right, Kadarius Gardner, Cleophus Solomon, Madison Broadnax and Ladarius Gardner. On the back row, Andre M. Williams, Matthew Perkins, David Roper and William Campbell. (Photograph by Sylvester Harris)

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fi Features Event It Riverfront Park Hopes To aridge The Generational Gap' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer ill( On July 15th at the Riveru. front Park, Project S.A.W. (Show Another Way, Inc.) and Children With A Vision will be hosting their first an nual event, "Bridge The Gen erational Gap." According to one of the organizers, they are trying to pass down some of the old school fundamental values. COL. BENJAMIN ALVIN DREW "By doing so, we dedicate ourselves to the conference's mission of promoting posi tive solutions to overcome and eliminate these prob lems," said Tonya Lewis, founder of Children With A Vision. Brus, who will perform an act on anti-bullying. The organizers for the event are (from left to right): Stanley Gloser, Barry Thomas, Lesley Young, Rev. Henry Price (from Connecticut), Tonya Lewis. E. J. Otero, Oliver Sutton, and James Williams. c a: u. c z <( c C/) w ::l t-ii: w > w c w :::1: C/) :::::i ID ::l D.. z ...J ...J ::l ID ...J w z z w C/) <( c a: 0 ...J u. <( I N w Keynote speaker for the event will be Colonel Benjamin Alvin Drew, U.S. Air Force and Astronaut. Special guests will be Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor, E. J. Otero. Pastor Antonio Hawkins, Pastor Robert Regester, Jetie B. Wilds, Rev. Henry Price, and former NFL player, Garnell Wilds, who will be bringing other NFL players to attend the event. National recording artist, Young A. J. will be per forming along with 9 -year old positive rapper, Lil' Special entertainment will be provided by G4S Juvenile Justice "Dream Team," and Revealing Truth Praise Dancers. The event will begin at 12 p.m., with a press conference scheduled for 2:30 p. m. in side the Boys and Girls Club at the park. Due to the amount of people expected to attend the event, volunteers are needed to give a hand on all activi ties. Among the problems that will be discussed are youth violence, lack of respect for self and others morals, val ues, unemployment, AIDS awareness, accountability, bullying, and lack of vision. J.C. and Lesley Harris Young, founders of S.A.W., said in life, we all have to make choices. "At Show Another Way, we believe that the quality of the choices will determine the quality of your life. We believe in the old saying that "it takes a village to raise a child. "It is our mission to teach all children to choose wisely. Our organization believes the children are our future and with hands-on guidance, we can show them how to make better choices. It's not where you start from in life, but where you are determined to go in life." AUTO FREE Professional Service News Alert: The Rorida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $10,000 Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... (PIP Insurance Needed} Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Accidents liuck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And More ... "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week Michelle B Inc. The event is free to the public, and you are free to bring blankets, chairs, and other items to make yourself comfortable Everyone is asked to gov ern themselves accordingly, and be respectful of the sur rounding community when looking for a place to park. Organizers Plan To Register 500 New Voters On Monday July 16th a meeting will be held to make plans for a voter registration rally. meeting will take place at the Mount Olive A.M.E. Church 1902 W. LaSalle, beginning at 6 p.m. Marvin Knight, one of the organizers said, "Now is the time for us to meet and discuss having a voter regis tration rally. The people who were not registered by July 16th cannot vote in the Pri mary Election, but they can vote in November. Knight said he is calling on all concerned citizens and organizations to attend the meeting. "There are never enough people if we want to make a difference he said. He further stated that an earlier meeting was very suc cessful and well attended. However, he feels that there is a lot of work left to do be fore the General Election in November. There is always some thing someone can do if we come together and unite. People have died for us to have the right to vote. If we don't get involved, then don t complain. We must make MARVIN KNIGHT sure that the people in office do what they are supposed to do. "We have to be willing to help ourselves and each other. We have to start look ing out for each other and when we do, great things will happen." Knight said their goal is to register soo to be eligible to vote in the General Elec tion. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be reached at (813) 248-1921 or by email at iholton@Osentinel.com.

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Features c First Annual 'Stop The Violence' Movement Planned Elected OHicials Join Forces To Stress lmponance II Election c.. c: !< .... $') IESHA WASHINGTON 7/17/1993 to 7/29/2011 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last July, a group of young people gathered at the International Chemical Workers Union Council, Local 439 Clubhouse for a party. Both of them died after shots were fired indiscriminately into the huge crowd. On Tuesday, Ms. Vanetta Scott and Ms. Nataka Walker, mothers of lesha Washington and Craig A. Thompson, respectively, will host an event for youth. The event is the First Annual "Stop The Violence" Movement, and will be held at the Progress Village Little Park on S. 86th Street. It will begin at 6 p.m. The event will feature praise dancers, poetry, live entertainment, step teams, a drill march, tee-shirts, and food. A spiritual message will be delivered with the overall message being peace In addition to those on the agenda to participate, some of the youth will take about CRAIG A. THOMPSON 3/5/1989 to 7/29/2011 how violence has affected their lives. Those in attendance will have an opportu nity to speak about nonvio lence. Ms. Scott said the movement is in memory of their slain children and they are reaching out to other young people. We are hoping that our voices will be heard throughout our neighborhoods, cities, and eventually, the world." Tuesday would have been Iesha's 19th birthday. She would have graduated from high school last month and her mother accepted her diploma. Iesha was a Tampa native and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. She would have entered her senior year last August and graduated from Spoto High School with her peers. Her mother accepted her diplomas posthumously. Craig Thompson, Jr., was also a Tampa native who attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He graduated from Blake High School in 2007. Anyone wishing to help with the food is encouraged to bring a covered dish to the event. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday, the six elected African Americans in Hillsborough County held a press conference. They were united in their cause of stressing the importance of the upcoming primary elec tion. The press conference was held at the County Center in downtown Tampa at 11 a.m. The officials present were: State Senator Arthenia Joyner, State Rep. Betty Reed County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., City Councilm a n Frank R e ddick, School Board member D oretha Edgecomb, and Plant City Vice Mayor Mary M athis. Senator J oyner said, "It appalls me that the right to vote that people fought for, marched for and sometimes died for is now under threat. We cannot emphasize enough how important it is that you vote and encourage everyone you know to vote because our future and the FISH FRY FUNDRAISER PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT REP. BE1TY REED SATURDAY, JULY 14TH 12 NooN UNTIL 4:00 PM AT HER CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS 2802 E. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BLVD. FL33605 quality of life, now and in the future will depend on the leadership we elect." Vice Mayor Mathis said, Our forefathers and foremothers did not shy away from their responsibility to stand up because they knew they were also standing for future generations to come your generation and mine present here today." Commissioner Miller said, "We came together to let the people know that the deadline to register is Monday, July 16th, and if they are not registered, they cannot vote in the primary. "Many of the races will be decided in the primary elec tion so it is really important that everyone who can cast their votes. The Primary Election is a pre-requisite for the November election." Rep. Betty Reed said, "We all want people to go to the polls next month and come out in record numbers. We want citizens to remember that their vote is their voice and their voices must be heard. By voting, they will honor the courage of all INFANT MORTALITY, PROVIDED $1 MILLION FOR RESEARCH AND INTERVENTION PRODIGY PROGRAM, PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL SERVICES TO OUR YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION DRUG PREVENTION (DACCO) N 0 .... N r-0 lJ c )> en m those who sacrificed for us to z have the right to vote." :::! Ms. Edgecomb said, Our mission was to try to bring r the people out and make them aware of some of the r changes taking place in this election. :::! "Our goal was to inform Z and encourage and we did that. There are three ways to aJ vote: vote early, vote by mail; or vote on Election Day. ::::t Now, it is up to you to choose --just do it." m Councilman Reddick < m said, "We came together to l:J< take on an issue for our constituents and that is the c! importance of voting. We m wanted to remind the voters c that it is important to make sure that your vote to counts. )> "You need a valid identifiZ cation and signature identification issued by a governlJ ment agency with your picC ture on it." This was the first time that all six African American officials had come together for a single cause. They all expressed their joy of coming together as a group on behalf of the community. 30 YEARS OF SERVICE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ELECTED IN 2006 NAACP POUTICAL ACTION CHAIRPERSON NORTH TAMPA CHAMBER ASSOCIATION DIRECTOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CHILDREN'S BOARD NATIONAL PTA BoARD MEMBER EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS C. BLYTHE ANDREWS JR. PUBLIC LIBRARY E. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BLVD. WEST TAMPA BRANCH UBRARY 2313W. UNION ST. POLL. S OPEN: tO A.M. P.M. Call Supervisor of Eleetlons for additklulloeatlom.

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features NI----------------------------------------------------------------T------------------------------------------,.... Tampa Residents Convicted On Federal Drug Charges On M onday, Judge Elizabeth Kovachevich sen tenced Jabulani Bendar Seay, 34, and Gwendolyn Shank, 54, for knowingly and willfully conspiring to possess with intent to distrib ute and distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, and marijuana; and conspiring to launder drug proceeds by : knowingly conducting and attempting to conduct finan cial transactions, with monies earned from drug trafficking; kQowingly con ducting and attempting to conduct financial transac tions with drug proceeds in a manner designed to conceal JABULANI SEAY > the fact that the funds nia, to locations throughout the United States. The drugs were shipped through Fed eral Express, United Parcel Service, and the United States Postal Service. Drugs were also concealed inside automobiles and shipped through car haulers. GWENDOLYN SHANK drug proceeds from Shank at the Tampa International Airport. The money consti tuted proceeds from the sale of drugs in the Middle Dis trict of Florida. Shank was attempting to transport the money back to the leaders of the Yanez-Gutierrez DTO in California National Judge savs No' To Stand Your Ground Defense In JJ's Ieath On Wednesday, Judge Ronald Ficarrotta ruled against the Stand Your Ground defense of Jimmy Lee Cruz. Cruz, 34, was charged with second-degree murder in the 2011 shooting death of Walter "JJ" Revear, 28. Judge Ficarrotta ruled Revear was unarmed when he got into a fight with Cruz's brother, Michael, in the parking lot of the Inter state Lounge. When Revear punched Michael Cruz and knocked him down, witnesses said Jimmy Lee Cruz came around his car with a gun and fired a single shot. Judge Ficarrotta didn't JIMMY LEE CRUZ find it credible that other fights at the lounge that night created a deadly at mosphere and Cruz feared for his brother's safety. No trial date has been set for Cruz at this time. were drug proceeds; and g: knowingly engaging in and II. attempting to engage in fi nancial transactions with CC drug proceeds of more than $10,000. Seay was sene tenced to 210 months in fed fa eral prison, and Shank was ::::: sentenced to 108 months. tAccording to court docu ments, Seay and Shank were knowing and willing participants in a nationwide drug trafficking and money Seay received packages of cocaine at various times, distributed the drugs, and then arranged for drug pro ceeds to be returned to Cali fornia. He distributed the cocaine to lower-level drug distributors in Tampa, St. Petersburg, and elsewhere, who in turn later provided him with drug proceeds, some of which were sent back to Cal ifornia by money couriers, wire transfers and bank de posits. Min RIIDIIJ lllld It NIICP bentlfter lowing Te Re1ea1 'Oba11acare' ::z:: laundering organization led by co-defendants Victor and m Jorge Yanez-Gutierrez (the "Yanez-Gutierrez DTO"). The YanezGutierrez DTO shipped co caine, methamphetamine and marijuana from CaliforOn September 15, 2010, U.S. Immigration and Cus toms Enforcement's Home land Security Investigations agents seized $12o,ooo in HOUSTONUnflinching before a skeptical NAACP crowd, Mitt Romney de clared Wednesday he'd do more for African-Americans than Pres. Barack Obama, the nation s first black presi dent. He drew jeers when he lambasted the Democrat's policies. "If you want a president who will make things better in the African-American community, you are looking at him," Romney told the group s annual convention Gov. Mitt Romney speaks at the NAACP annual conven-tion, Wednesday, July 11, 2012, in Houston. Pausing as some in the crowd heckled he added, "You take a look!" For real? yelled someone in the crowd. The recep ti on was occa sionally rocky though gene r ally polite as the Republican presidential candidate sought to woo a Democratic bloc that voted heavil y for Pres. Obama four years ago and is certain to do so again. Romney was booed when he vowed to rep eal "Oba macare the Democrat's sig nature health care measure and the crowd interrupted him when he accused Pres. Obama of failing to spark a more robust e conomic recov-ery.

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editorials Column FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENTJCONTROLLER ALLISON WELL8-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 Subscrtptlons-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0G-Per Year Both Editions. OplnloM exprMMCI on editorial pagea of this Columnists or Guest Writers do not neces .. rlly reflect the editorial stance of The Florida SenUnel Bulletin or the Publisher West Tampa Is A Black Communitv, Tool T oo often when we think of the so-called Black Tampa community, we think immediately of East Tampa, better known as Belmont Heights. However, East Tampa-Belmont Heights is by far not the only Black enclave in the City of Tampa. West Tampa has been, and continues to be, a vital part of Black Tampa, also. After Central Avenue met its untimely demise, Black businesses as well as Black consumers relocated on both sides of the Hillsborough River. Some went to East Tampa to resume the Central Avenue legacy. Others relocated in West Tampa, on Main Street and on all of the side streets feeding into Main Street. It was as if Central Avenue had become two almost identical clones. For years, such had been the face of Black Tampa: two faces in actuality: one face looking toward the West and the other face gazing at the East. Yet, because of a media habit, which pigeon-holed places and people for tighter news space, East Tampa became Tampa's poster community for Black residents. Such in itself was not really a problem until the City of Tampa began deliberating how it would parlay funds for community development. Then the name of West Tampa seemed somehow to fall through the cracks. Therefore, we remind Mayor Bob Buckhorn and City Council-members not to forget Main Street. Dur ing their fiscal deliberations, keep in mind West Tampa is also the home of Blake High School among other celebrated landmarks. But most of all be mindful that continued investment in West Tampa is continued support of the tradition that Tampa is a city of homes and is a culture of families. Indeed, West Tampa is Tampa, too. AHordable Healthcare: What It Means Never before in the history of the English language have words, which for centuries meant help, hu manity and kindness been twisted and redefined to mean evil and federal meddling. Yes, we're referring to the present Healthcare issue. So, to help citizens and voters become more aware of some of the issues surrounding support of and op position to the Affordable Healthcare Act as we pre pare to go to the presidential polls, we will offer an editorial series on the subject. Support for the Affordable Healthcare Act is based on relieving the plight of more than 52 million citizens without health insurance due to cost or preexisting and Years ago, I remember meeting a young woman who, as far as I was con cerned, was as fine as they came. The only problem was that she wouldn't let me touch as much as her earlobe without me accompanying her to take an H.I.V test. I have to admit that, at first, it caught me seriously off guard. Up until that point, I'd never met anyone who took insistence on safe sex to that level. But then it dawned on me. How could I blame her? It was the early nineties. Magic Johnson had only recently informed the world of his condition. And the idea that anyone could be come a victim was starting to sink into the public consciousness. It was obvious that she was well aware of her status. And she had no intentions of adding a crossbar to her neg ative line. As for me, I didn't even know my own blood type. I mean, I took precau tions. At least, some of the time. But like a lot of guys my age, I took some chances also. Back then college life provided a lot of wild oppor tunities. Between homecom ings, Freak Neek's in Atlanta, spring breaks in Daytona and Omega Psi Phi chronic health conditions. Mardi Gras', playing craps with my manhood was a semi-quarterly event. So the idea of going to a clinic with a woman for my first H.I.V test at 22 came with a boatload of anxiety. To be totally honest, I was scared to death. I wasn't sure if I really wanted to know. I thought going out like rapper EazyE wouldn't have been a bad idea. To me becoming diag nosed on a Monday and dying on a Friday cut out the time you'd otherwise spend going through depression. What can I say? At the time it seemed to make perfect sense. Eventually though, I manned up. I went through the process and came through with flying colors. The relief was indescribable. That entire ordeal ran through my mind recently when I saw on the news that a new product called OraQuick was being intro duced to allow people to test for H.I.V. from the comfort of their own homes. No em barrassing visits to a clinic. No stressful waiting period. A quick swab of the mouth and within a few minutes you would know if you had to alter any plans you had for the remainder of your life. I can only imagine how popular these kits will be when they hit shelves in Oc tober. I predict that they will be the hottest must have items to hit the singles scene since butt implants. I can already see women at nightclubs carrying these things around in their purses. "You say you own your own business huh? You seem nice. You look good. But before we go any further let me get a little bit of that saliva off your gum line. In this environment only a man who doesn t want a love life or who s hiding someg thing would say no to that c request? )lo I am sure that some peopie will think that this prod-z uct will only help increase :::f promiscuity among young people. And that may be r true. But with 20% of indivi duals who are currently inr r fected not knowing their status, I believe it can help Z save some lives as well. ., In a perfect world everyc: body would be spiritually J!! uplifted and stay celibate c;; until marriage. Unfortu-iii nately though, this world is c far from perfect. And since m people will never stop being reckless, it's a good thing that they'll at least have a safety net. The way I see it, C: the more people become m aware, the better off we11 all C be. )lo z c ., :::D c Several studies discovered that 41 million uninsured Americans cost our country $35.8 billion in unreimbursed health care costs. Unbelievably, the number of uninsured Americans has now spiked to 52 million, increasing uninsured healthcare costs to more than $45 million But what is more important, the money or the humairlty? Consequently, uninsured Americans have historically used hospital emergency rooms for illnesses ranging from toothaches to undiagnosed late-stage cancer. The Affordable Health Care Act would prevent such hopelessness by preventing insurance companies from denying coverage to children with lung and heart probleins, placing limits on the amount of care insurance will pay for, or canceling in surance after patients become sick because of errors on their insurance application. In truth, the Affordable Health Care Act is a response to what has become con servative America's attitude: It cares very little whether poor -Black or white, live or die. Let the words speak for themselves. A Voteless People, Is A Hopeless People. C> m U1 I )lo

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Nr---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Page Six :::) "") Florida A&M President Resigns On Wednesday, Florida C A&M University President, ii: James Ammons, resigned. LL He submitted a letter to the university's Board of Trustees Chairman. Ammons had been under fire since the hazing death of Robert Champion last November. Governor Rick Scott had called for Ammons to be suspended, and last month, the FAMU Board of Trustees approved a vote of no confidence against Ammons. As the shocking news reached the community, these are responses from a few people in the area. County Commissioner Les Miller, who received an Honorary Degree from FAMU and whose wife, Gwendolyn Miller, is an >alumnus: "This probably iC may be the best move to get e the school back on track. ft: When the board gave him a c vote of no confidence, I did Z n't expect him to be there thislong. iC "FAMU is a great school, 5I and this is a necessary action W for them to move forward." Rufus Spencer (former > Marching 100 member): ffi "With the attention the > media has been giving FAMU, it was inevitable w there would be some i changes. I'm not surprised :::i this happened. I wasn't sur m prised when the band direc [ tor, Dr. Julian White, z resigned Whenever there is ...1 ...1 :::) m ...1 w z i= z w 0 c( c a: g u.. DR. JAMES AMMONS Resigned As FAMU President change, it usually starts at the top "What I don't like is this presents a bad picture of F AMU to the general public, and may raise efforts once again to close the school completely." Lawrence Hires: "I know Dr. Ammons was under a lot of pressure, but I don't think he should have resigned. Resigning isn't going to solve the problems at FAMU. Maybe, he's tired and just doesn't want to deal with it all anymore. I think he should have stayed, and fought the battle for the school not himself. "It's bad enough the media attacks Black universities. With this announcement, we'll be hearing about it for a while. I hope there are other issues for his resignation, not just what happened with the band." Desmond Boone (former Marching 100 member): "I felt he shouldn't have resigned. He never had any control over the situation that involved the hazing inci dent, and subsequent death of Robert Champion." Parents 01 Slain FAMUMember Suing Universitv ATLANTAThe parents of Robert Champion, Jr. will officially file a lawsuit against Florida A&M University this week, the family's attorney confirmed Tuesday. Champion, a Decatur native, was beaten to death aboard a parked charter bus following a band performance in Orlando last November. Champion was a drum major in FAMU's famed Marching 100 band. Authorities have since determined he was killed during a hazing incident and have ruled his death a homi cide. Eleven people, mostly fellow students, face felony charges in Champion's death. ROBERT, SR. And PAM CHAMPION Champion's parents, Pam and Robert Champion, Sr., announced plans to sue the university back in December, but had to wait at least six months to file suit because the school is a state institution. First ladv Michelle Obama campaigns For Husband In Florida MIAMI LAKES, Fla. -First Lady Michelle Obama told supporters she is fired up and urged them to "get it done in Florida," during a sweep through the state Tuesday. Mrs. Obama reminded volunteers a few thousand votes could make the differ ence in an extremely close election in the fall. The latest polls show her husband, President Barack Obama, with a narrow lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney. And Florida is considered one of the top battleground states with 29 electoral college votes up for grabs. FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA Mrs. Obama's trip marked her first official pub lic campaign jaunt through Florida this year. She has come previously to promote her work as first lady and to attend private fundraisers. Jesse Jackson Jr. Being Treated For Mood Disorder CHICAGO U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is under intensive medical treatment for a "mood disorder," his office announced in a brief statement Wednesday, more than a month after the Chicago Democr,at quietly went on medical leave of absence. The statement gave no details about where Jackson was being treated. Staff members said the state ment was from Jackson's physician but that the doctor' s name and location would not be released because of federal privacy laws. JESSE JACKSON JR. "The Congressman is receiving intensive medical treatment at a residential treatment facility for a mood disorder," the statement said. "H e is responding positively to treatment and is expected to make a full recovery.

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Local Volunteers Make sure The Homeless Don't Go Hunan "We don't want to see anyone go hungry So, if there is a jl) way the people can eat on Thursdays and Fridays, we'd _. appreciate any help we can N get." Mother Amanda Barnes is a widower on a fixed income Cornelius Hamilton is the sole owner of a barbecue business on 40th Street. Neither are affluent, but both find a way to volunteer their time and services to feed homeless people outside the Salvation Army. Mother Barnes feeds the homeless on Saturday and Hamilton on Sunday. Both do it out of their own pockets with no cost to the Salvation Army. An employee of the Salva tion Army who didn't want to be identified, said it is their policy to feed the homeless s days-a-week with Mother Barnes and Hamilton taking care of the remaining two days-. "However, with donations down, the administrators stopped feeding the homeless on Thursday and Friday. They actually only serve 3 days, and say Mother Barnes and Hamilton are feeding people on behalf of the Salvation Army instead of as volunteers." Hamilton said it appears administrators at the Salvation Army are trying to force Mother Barnes and himself to feed the homeless on Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. "''bey want us to feed them for 4 days so they can save money," said Hamilton. .Aiu S;.Jc, ,..,._,. Cllilf

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g Former THA Board Member Taking Over As Complex President ::l There are very few peo ple in Tampa who have dedC( icated most of their life to helping residents of public u. housing. c a: u. c z < c en w ::) .... w > w c w :I: en :J CD ::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::) CD ...J w z In 1979 Karen Peo ples began her work in the community by helping to es tablish programs that would help parents and their chil dren. In 2000, Ms. Peoples was fortunate enough to be the representative for resi dents in public housing on the Tampa Housing Author ity Board. She held that seat for9years. "When I found out I was being appointed to the T.H.A. board, I was over joyed. I love to know what's going on with people and to help them in any way I can. I try to do the best I can for others, and I believe they do appreciate it. When I got a seat on the THA Board, that put me in a position to do more for the residents, and be among the key players. I wanted to ed ucate myself and others to improve their standard of living." Ms. Peoples said she had an opportunity to gain a lot of knowledge about pubKAREN PEOPLES lie housing through visits to other properties outside of i= z w en < c ...._w: ....... IST OF CALVARY COMMUNITY C a: 0 ...J u. 193.4 W Main Street Tampa Florida 33607 Bishop Philip F. Tucker, Sr., Founder (813) 238-9551 ntendent Earnest Crawford Hill C.O.G.I.C. Mango Circle, Tarpon Springs Fl. 3.4689 Pastor Johnny L. Wright First Community Christian Church 3621 E. GenesAve. 33610 Mentors for Ministry e The Mills Brothers Green Tosha BuHs Miracle Temple Anointed Voices ltn4 M4ny mo4e ... Florida. "I'v e been a resident council leader, crime watch coordinator, and a member of the THA Proposal Com mittee. I wore a lot of hats when I was on the board and also served on the board of several neighborhood groups and organizations." Now a resident of Silver Oaks (formerly Ken neth/Johnson Court Apart ments), Ms. Peoples said she feels her experience will be beneficial to the residents there and she plans to use what she's learned to see that they get what they need Register to sustain themselves and their families. I did all of this as a sin gle parent, and raised my children with great morals and direction." Currently, Connie Bur ton is the Resident Associa tion President, but Ms. Peoples said she is step ping down voluntarily, and she will be assuming the po sition. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e mailed at lcz:ews@flsen tinel.com. Thursday a Friday, July 19 a 20 4-7 p.m a Saturday, July 21 12-2 p.m. Registration Fee-$20.00 Classes Begin Monday, August 13, 2012

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Volunteer Shares Points On Voter Preparation BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Monday July 16th is the last day to register to vote in the Primary Election. One volunteer said she wants to let people know about their signatures and identification. The deadline will also affect anyone who wants to change his or her party. Ms. Paulette Walker said since serving as a volun teer, she has learned many things that will be helpful next month. "During the 2012 Legislative session, Governor Rick Scott and the Republican -c ontrolled legislature, implemented a new voter registration law that has made it very difficult for individuals to vote in the State of Florida. The voter verification law will have a tremendous impact on voters who vote Democratic and whose racial ethnicity is Black or Hispanic," she said. Ms. Walker said a rumor circulating in the communities focuses on a person's signature. This in formation is being discussed with a high concentration on senior citizens. "But according to the Hillsborough County Super visor of Elections Office, this 111mor is not true. That office said the only reason you need MT. CARMEL A.M.E. CH REv. CHARLES E. CLOY, PASTOR NORTH 34TH STREET TAMPA, Fl 1&.30 a.m. Worship ...... IT'S SURF" &""TURF DAY A Five Star Meal $1 0.00 A Time TO Re.t From Work; A Time For Worehlp Celebration & Fellowehlp. fWI)'OM fDA .,_,nl#k:ent F..., For T1N S.lnts ot Godl etc., and this illness will ef fectuate a change in your current signature on file." our hands and there is so w much going on. But we. have to do our parts." However, Ms. Walker did point out that some of the young adults may sign their names and draw a heart above a lowercase "i." She said unless that person signed his or her name the same way on the voter appli cation, then it will affect the signature. She further pointed out N that there is no signature on the newly issued voter regis tration cards, but the signa ture is on file. MS. PAULE'ITE WALKER to update your s ignature is if you have suffered an illness such all a stroke, arthritis, "We have to get together to support our elderly and help them with the updates. The senior care homes need to make sure that the people who live there have updated signatures and that they have valid ID We have a battle on Presents: Reunion Event Cancelled Due to an electrical problem, the Stardust Old School Reunion event, scheduled for this Satur day, has been cancelled. The event will be rescheduled. pm REV. JENNIFER CARNER of Bible-Based Fellowship ARTHUR T. JONES, Pastor PSALMS 51:15 & r-o.r.r....g_""''"' (!,.,.. 8t;/J.de .. de 1-----t-n1aavl July 13th Annual Night of "Prayze@ I:OOpm -----1 Featwmg Rip Artists, solollls, dlnce & mimi teams, chon, poetry n1 Spedll guests Include "'unnmms Mint Mlnilby and Rtc:otdlnQ Artist God's Chozen Mel MOREl For more Info call813-39t-4144 or email: Sunday, July 15th 011am Children & .Youth Service with GMBC Praise Team CONCERTI 5:30PM CONCERTI Futllrlnl: T J Reed Anfel Choir & T J Reed Sl,.,.,. & Frlenda, Prophetic \Wcet. JR Lytle, Jlr. Bllw, Jumlne Roe, Flyah Hone Sold/eta, DuHmla-lllme lllnlatty, God' Chozen and,.,.,., ancn, .,ttfltll and moNt *Sponsors & Special Thanks: Ken Boyd, 1.9lting & Entertainment, Fat Boys Beauty Supply, KJ Imaging, Debbie @ SJC Printing, Upshaw Ministries, YUKA Designs-Orlando, Crown Royal Umos Services Ron Brown, Dr. Reed And Sis. Mary Reed 6 ::u en m z ::::t z m ,... m c: ,... ,... z 'tl c: m c en :I: m c m < m -f c: m en c ?( )> z c :a c ?(

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:; Local Native Son Reassigned To Oversee His Hometown AME District BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor We always hear the adage, 'what goes around, comes around,' and in many in stances proves to be true. So it is with one of Tampa s native sons whose spiritual el evations took him away from the area and is now bringing him back. It was in 2002, here in Tampa, also in June when Bishop Adam J. Richardson, Jr., was elevated to lead 2.5 million in the African Methodist Episcopal Church as President of the Bishops Council. At the time he was one of 19 bishops. 0 For the past 8 years, he has g: been the Presiding Prelate of I.L the Second Episcopal District 0 (Washington, D. C./Maryland area). ;?;: It was again in June, 10 Q years later, this time in CJ) Nashville, Tennessee, during the General Conference when 1Bishop Richardson re i;: ceived a new assignment. This w time he will oversee the Eleventh Episcopal District for 0 the next 8 years, which inw ::z:: C/) ::::J ID ::;) z .... .... ::;) ID .... w z i= z w C/) c( 0 a: 0 .... I.L Ordination Council July 21, 2012 BISHOP ADAM J. RICHARDSON, JR. eludes all the AME Churches in Florida and the Bahamas. Bishop McKinley Young, who served the nth Episcopal District, has been assigned to the 3rd Episcopal District, serving Ohio, West Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia. Bishop William Phillips DeVeaux, Sr. has been sent to the 2nd Episcopal District. Bishop Richardson, who still has several family members in the Tampa com munity, quickly shared the news with local family. Sharing in the good news are aunts and uncles -Curtiss Wilson, Mary Scott, Mordecai and Charles Walker. He also has several cousins in the area. He is the son of the late Rev. A. J. Richardson, Sr. and Inez Walker Richardson. He and his wife, Mrs. Connie Speights Richardson, are the parents of 2 adult children -Monique and Trey. A graduate of Middleton High School and a former drum major, Bishop Richardson matriculated to Florida A&M University, where he was also a drum major, during the era when the drum majors at FAMU were referred to as the 8 Wonders of the World.' Bishop Richardson served as pastor of Bethel AME Church in Tallahassee for 18 years before elevating to episcopacy in 1996. Bishop Richardson spent several years in Africa preparing for his elevation. An aunt here in Tampa, Mrs. Curtiss Wilson, says, "we are so very proud of him." THE ORDINAlON OF DEACONS ,A Ordination Service 10:55 A.M. Whm tilt MtsSII/t cmlrl.t Missi011 rt Dllliu YOU ARE INVITED TO WITNESS ... MEN TAKING THE NEXf July 22, 2012 Rev. n-. T. W.Jenkins. PastCX'/T eaclw Neil Hope Missionary Baptist Chli'Ch 3005 E. Blkott Streer -T A. 33610 BROlHER ANTHONY LONG c( I 0 ,.. w Rev. Ja:nes Brooks St. John Missionary Baptist Ctuch Aorida Grades Come In: Charter Schools DoWell BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Earlier this week the State of Florida released grades for elementary and middle schools. The grades for high schools will be re leased later. Several of the traditional schools improved their grades over last year. How ever, some school grades de clined. Several schools improved their grades over last year de spite changes that took place in the way tests were scored. Hillsborough County School Superintendent MaryEllen Elia said in a press release, "Many of our schools are celebrating. We knew that the raised standards would have an impact. Despite the fact that we are in a transition year, most of our schools earned A or B, half of our schools maintained their grade, and several improved their grade. That's a direct result of the hard work of our students and teachers." The grading system of the charter schools showed that two improved in Hillsbor ough County Both Mount Pleasant Standard Base Mid dle School and Walton Academy received As'. Last year, Lomax Elementary Magnet School received a C." However, this year, Lomax was awarded an "A" Ms. Connie Chisholm, principal of Lomax Elemen tary School attributes the im provement to the focus of her teachers, the extended learn ing day program, and the Sat urday tutoring offered to the students Sligh Middle Magnet School received a "D" last year, but fell to an "F" grade DORETHA EDGECOMB ... School Board Member this year. Ferrell Academy for Girls and Franklin Academy for Boys, the two newly con figured schools, rece ived their first grades this year. Franklin received an "F" and Ferrell received a "C." Mrs. Doretha Edgecomb, school board member said that Superintendent Elia discusses the grades with her and shares plans about ways to improve the grades. "She goes over the grades with me and discusses strate gies that are in place. Wealready have a team that has ongoing conversations on how to improve schools "One of the misconcep tions is that we don't start doing anything until a school gets a bad grade. That is not true because we have people who work very hard all year. But sometimes, for whatever reason, all of the factors just don't come together at the same time." State Education Commis sioner Gerard Robinson recorded a telephone mes sage to Hillsborough County parents that put the new standards and grades in per spective. AnENTION PASTORS! "Are Your Members Registered To Vote?" 3404 E. Deleuil St., Tampa, FL 33610 (Corner o! 34th St. and Deleuil Ave.) (813) 525 A llliiU&tr;y the the Ute ol./e$u# "You are invited to with ... Deliverance & Divine Worship 12:30 p.m. living Word of God (MidWeek Service) 7 :15 p.m. *Tune Into the Moment of Faith Broadcast On Radio Station WTIS 1110 AM Every Sunday at 2:00-2:30 p.m.* F-ndr & OverHer,

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HiBsborough County's first online radio station solely dedicated to our community's children and families is your source for: Community Events Children's Board News Topics of National Interest + Youth Perspectives Social Commentary Children's Stories + Fine Music & More Just visit www.ChildrensBoard.org and click the Radio link on top of the page to tune in today! Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY

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All About You C a: &L c z c( c en w ::::) .... lt w > w c w Jackson Sisters Turning o BRENDA And LINDA JACKSON Then BRENDA And LINDA JACKSON Now llappy birthday to Brenda and Linda Jackson-July :::::i 14th. m z uThe Voice of Our Community 5 Speaking for Itself, ; # SattilaeiBuiJetin ANIJRICA'S z w en C a: 0 ...J &L Rev. Miller Ordained Minister & Miracle Haler Rev. Iiiier Hu The Power To Help You Wlh All Problems Of Ufe ln The Very First Vltlt Help And Prayers Are Free By Dondon Ale you sutrertna from pain or mltefy? Haw you been to othert llld none hive been lblt to help you? Hat someone put root work or voodoo tpells on you? Are you cmying bid luck? Do you have enemies that bring you down? Do you have ertreme sickness doctors cannot find? Are your nerves de1troying you? Do you take one step forward then 10 steps bid(? Have you lost the one you love to another? Do you want true love to return to you only? Are you lost, lonely, deprened, and confuHd? Do you need protection and guidance? Rev. Miller will remove unnatural evil crouecl up condltlonl. Do not let your jealou enemies and the devil destroy you and your famlty ... Rev. Miller will bring you love, a succesafullllll'liage, health, happiness. good luck, & peace of mind. Don't give up hopei """ Call Rev.lliller right now .. Rev. Miller It Guaranteed to help you ... In the very ftnt hour and in the very ftrat visit! HIPPV Binhdav KAVONTE' Wishing Kavonte' a happy birthday. Celebrating Friday, July 13th at Club Ice. Love: your mom, Shantwan and Calvin Allen, Granny Alicia Satchel, Grandma Hattie Bowers, Auntie Peaches and the boys, sisters, Ariana, Alana and Vanessa, brother, Eric, Lil Man, Anthony, Satchel and Sugar Booger, and Auntie Bessie. HappiiJ Married MR. And MRS. CROSSLEY, a.k.a., VINCE And CECE 2012 Love brought us together, it's so amazing to t>e loved In The Spotlight STEFAN lA This week, Stefania is our Spotlight fea ture. The Capricorn says her favorite stars are Drake, Rihanna, Kaskade, and Avicci. Her hobbies are watching movies, going to the beach, and going to rave clubs. In the future, Stefania wants to go to dental school and eventu ally move to California. Her philosophy of life is: "take one day at a time, and be grateful for even the smallest things." Stefania said the man in her life must be a respectful gentleman. Congratulations to Stefania 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 tclark@flsentlnel com.

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_S+p_o_rt_s ________________________________________________ Siblings To Compete In Eagles' Michael Vicll : AAU Junior Olvmpics launches Spans BY .LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer There is no one prouder today than Rock-It-Rod' s M&M DJ. His son, Deontae Williams, 17, and his daughter, Makayla Williams, 12, will both compete in the 2012 AAU Junior Olympics in Humble, Texas. M&M DJ (Mark Williams, Sr.) said neither of his children set out to be track and field athletes. "This is both their first year running track, and both have been very impressive. My son has set the school record at Tampa Bay Yo Tech in the 200 meter sprint, and :my daughter has recorded the best time in the state for the 200 meters : "I must say, I never saw this coming, I coached my son in baseball, and I knew he was a fast base runner." M&M said after his son decided to compete in track and field, his da\lghter simProud papa, Mark "M&M DJ" Williams, Sr. (right), with Deontae and Makayla. ply tried it because her big brother was doing it "They are both great students. Makayla attends Rampello School and runs for the Trailblazers club. Deontae runs unattached. "My oldest son, Mark, Jr., is attending Florida A&M University on a track scholarship." M&M said both Deontae and Makayla expect to come out victorious in Texas, but they also want to become the first siblings from Tampa to compete in the Olympic Games. "That would be an honor to Tampa and our family. We know we will have the support of everyone when they compete in Texas, and I ask that everyone check with ESPN to see when they will be televising the meet. Clothing line N NEW YORK Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is launching a sports clothing line called V7 that will be sold exclusively at East Coast sporting goods shop Modell s Vick is now among the highest paid pla ye rs in the NFL and recently married longtime fiancee, Kijafa .Frink. Vick has re-signed with Nike and added other endorsements for companies such as MusclePharm Corp. He has also since spoken out about animal cruelty. The line includes technical athletic clothing such as T shirts. Part of the proceeds will go to the Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia. It was developed in a licensing partnership with celebrity clothing-line mogul Ruby Azrak and former ICM talent agent Brian Sher, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Vick led the Philadelphia Eagles to a 10-6 record and MICHAEL VICK an NFC East title in 2010, and was named NFL Comeback Player of the Year. He faced injuries and "'D inconsistent performance in the 2011 season. The 2012 r NFL season begins Sept. s. m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c )> z c ., ::D c

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ia Sports Eagles' Running Back Arrested DIONLEWIS A night out in his home town ended in Dion Lewis' arrest after he and his brother allegedly pulled a fire alarm at an Albany, N.Y. hotel. After a night out on the town, Lewis, 21, and his brother, Lamar were returning to Dion's room at a Hampton Inn around 4:40 a.m. when they got locked out of the sliding glass doors to the hotel lobby. The men allegedly tried banging on the doors but no one heard them Both the Eagles running back and kick returner and his older brother were allegedly intox icated at the time, police said. At some point one of the brothers allegedly pulled the fire alarm, cops said. The brothers were arrested without incident and Dion was arraigned on the charges Sunday and was released on his own recognizance. Evander Holvtield Forced Out 01 Georgia Mansion EVANDERHOLYFIELD Boxer Evander Holyfield is in more than $14 million dollars worth of debt c( and he can't afford to pay for the 54,ooo-square-foot man0 sion. Boxing great Evander Holyfield is down for the count, after he was forced to move out of his 54,000square-foot mansion for being unable to satisfy a whopping debt of more than $14 million that was owed to them on the home. The palatial estate, which is located outside of Atlanta, was recently sold for a reported $7.5 million. The boxing great's famed home had been in and out of foreclosure throughout the years. Holyfield, now 50, has had money troubles ranging from his child support nonpayment issues for his 11 children to making the IRS deadbeat list for delin quent taxes to divorce to bad money management moves and even owing exorbitant amounts for ser vices like a 2008 landscaping bill, where he was hit with a $soo,ooo lawsuit. \VIRF--TEK TFCHN()I .()(iY. LLC <( I .q,.... W 'C) PROTECT YIUI HOME OR BUSMESS "''tvll..,., SUrwlllance cam.. ,.,., ..,.I.Jcenad & IIrailed "Mt 111on1111y,.., or,., Cost *lilltltrllll* Home & ...... S)'lsllml "lDw,. & Fullw.m..ty -lrnii:RTa 1112112 ...... 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"But they were also some of those wing players were also a lot older, at kind of the end of their careers. We have just a bunch of young racehorses guys that are eager to compete. "So I don't know," Bryant continued, the trace of a smile beginning to play its way across his face. "It'd be a tough one, but I think we'd pull it out." b-IRWRI .. n II .. ICIIIIn Clllld IIIDidCase PHOENIX Former NFL receiver Andre Rison was sentenced on Monday in federal district court in Phoenix to ANDRE five years' proRISON bation and more than $300,000 in restitution for not paying child support. It is reported that the indict ment accused Rison of failing to pay more than $1o,ooo between August 2008 to August 2011. The indictment says the due date for his payments had passed about three years ago. Court documents say his 13year -old child lived in Phoenix at the time the payments were due. A federal official says Rison also is expected to continue monthly child support pay ments of close to $2,350. Dwvane Wade Rocks Black Toenail Polish DWYANEWADE Dwyane Wade is no stranger to embracing bold fashion trends, but recently, his love of style has spilled into the beauty realm. The Miami Heat shooting guard posted a picture on Instagram of his black toe nail polish. Men wearing nail polish is not exactly a new phenome non, but it's rare that you see men of color rocking it espe cially on their toes. Anornev savs Charge Against Adrian Peterson A 1otal Fabrication' MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota Vikings star, Adrian Peterson was a vic tim, not the aggressor, during an altercation with authorities that led to his arrest at a Houston night club over the weekend, his attorney said Monday. Peterson, a Texas native who makes his offseason home in Houston, was arrested and taken to jail early Saturday morning and charged with resisting arrest, a misdemeanor. Police said he pushed an off-duty police officer who was working security at the club. An initial court appearance is set for Friday. Peterson's attorney, Rusty Hardin, called the charge and the allegation that he shoved the officer "a total fabrication." "He, in fact, was struck at ADRIAN PETERSON least twice in the face for absolutely no legitimate reason, and when all the evidence is impartially reviewed, it will clearly show Adrian was the victim, not the aggressor," Hardin said in a statement. Houston police declined comment on the details. Ceiiiiliiiiiiiiiii 811.211.112 11111caeel.1tt

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Deroo Williams Stavs Rashanltewls b-Rutaen Football : With Nets: Griftin oe: J::n Plaver Eric leu rand Signs Extension Hired Bv Subwav To lion over five years. Do commercials N DERON WILUAMS And BLAKE GRIFFIN Deron Williams hit the jackpot in Las Vegas, and Blake Griffin signed on for a few more years in Los Angeles. Free agents in the NBA could finally signed contracts Wednesday, and the Brooklyn Nets wasted no time getting their All-Star point guard to put pen to paper well, iPad actually on a new deal worth $98 mil-888.8metro8 metropcs.com The Nets came to Williams at his hotel in Las Vegas, where he is training with the U.S. Olympic team. He posted a picture of himself signing the contract on his Twitter page "We are obviously thrilled that Deron will lead the Nets into our new home in Brooklyn," Nets general manager Billy King said in a statement. "Deron is in my opinion the top point guard in the NBA. With his leader ship and guidance on and off the court, the fans of Brooklyn should be proud." The Clippers announced they signed Griffin to a con tract extension that could be worth $95 million over five years. He left U.S. camp Tuesday for a day to return to Los Angeles and get all the terms taken sorted out, and he should certainly like them. RASHARD LEWIS MIAMI -Rashard Lewis has decided to join the Miami Heat, becoming yet another shooting option for the reign ing NBA champions. Agent Tony Dutt said the free agent forward and the Heat agreed to terms on Tuesday, and Lewis is expected to sign his contract Wednesday in Miami. Lewis' decision comes just four days after Ray Allen agreed to accept an offer from Miami. Allen and Lewis were Seattle teammates for five sea sons, from 2003 through 2007 and both figure to fit perfect ly into Miami's plan to surround LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh with even more shooters who can stretch defenses. NEWARK, N.J. Paralyzed Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand has a new job. The inspirational LeGrand was hired b y Subway to appear in television commercials with New York Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck to promote the world' s largest restaurant chain. The commercials were filmed two weeks ago and will air this fall. LeGrand, who was paralyzed making a tackle in a game against Army in 2010, has had a remarkable year. The New Jersey native was signed to an NFL contract by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and his former Scarlet Knights coach, Greg Schiano, shortly after the NFL draft in April. The 21-Take a month off any rate plan when you add a new phone and line of service. metroPCS Wireless for All. Limited time offer. ERIC LEGRAND year-old, who has vowed to walk again; also will receive Umited time olfet. Restrictions apply. $10 off any plan offet only applies to new phones with new activations when added to an existing MetroPCS account $10 off any is lmited to a ITl8llimum of 1iYe lines attached to one account $10 ott any plan offer net available With $25 ll'llimlted talk and text plan. Otfet may not be combined with any Olhet offer. Coverage not avaUable evetYWilere. Nationwide long distance available onlY 1o COOiinenlal U .S. and Puerto Rito. Rates, services and features subject to change. Use ot MetroPCS seMce8 acl
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N Independence Dav 2': Sequel In The Works F ans of the Sci-Fi action 0 blockbuster Independence If Day are in for a treat. Sixteen years later, filmmakers Dean Delvin and Ronald Emmerich are currently working on a sequel. The summer blockbuster opened on July 3, 1996 to $50.2 million domestically. To date it has grossed $817-4 mil lion worldwide. Independence Day is Will Smith's highest grossing movie domestically earning $306 2 million, and the film established him as box office icon. There is no official timeline for the Independence Day se quel, but the process of assembling stars from the original s cast has begun. "We're begin ning a long process of talking to everybody. We'll just have to see what happens," Delvin said. Scientist Names Marine Parasite After Bob Marlev KINGSTON, Jamaica -A tiny blood-sucking para-e site that infests fish on Caribbean coral reefs has been ii: named after Jamaican reggae icon Bob Marley. LL Arkansas State University marine biologist Paul 0 Sikkel discovered the parasite off the U.S. Virgin Islands a decade ago but it was only recently unveiled as "Gnathia marleyi" as an homage to the singer. C Sikkel says he dubbed the tiny crustacean due to m his "respect and admiration" for Marley, who died in 1981. ::::) .... w > w 0 w %: en ::::i r:a ::::) Q. z tu ..J ..J ::::) r:a ..J w z t= z w en c( 0 cc 0 ..J u. Target Stores Retuse To carrv Frank Ocean's co Frank Ocean's Channel Orange debut quickly topped iTunes charts when it was re leased earlier in the week, but when the physical album is available one place you won't find it at is Target. Ocean con firmed via Twitter that the proj ect will not be sold by the retail giant. "Album won't be available at target," he wrote Wednesday. "Blame it on a generational gap. best buy on deck though." Target explained that their choice not to carry the release was fueled by Ocean's decision to prematurely drop the digital version. Channel Orange hits stores July17. wane BradJ Rres Back II Bill Maher Fir President llllma Comments Comedian and 'IV personality Wayne Brady went on the record to express his dislike for comedian Bill Maher's recent comments about President Obama. Maher has referred to President Obama as "your Wayne Brady," Brady responded say ing, "that means it's a diss to Obama to be called me because he wants a brother brother." Magic Johnson And Wile, Cookie vacation In ltalv Magic Johnson and his wife, Cookie know what love and struggle is all about. The celebrity couple has en dured life's pressures and the confusion of a famous lifestyle for 20 years. The couple was caught spending time together on a ro mantic vacation in Italy. The two posed for a photo while tak ing a stroll through the city of Portofino on Monday. The couple wasn't hard to spot with Magic towering over his wife. As they walked, fans stopped to say hello. Chris, Jamie And ldris Compete For lead Roles In lntouchables' Remake JAMIE FOXX, IDRIS ELBA And CHRIS ROCK, Chris Rock, Idris Elba, and Jamie Fo:xx are allegedly competing for the leading role in an American remake of the hit French movie, The Intouch ables, which will be directed by PaulFeig. Buzz has been circulating about who will be cast for the role that was originally played by actor, Omar Sy, who won the French equivalent of a best actor Oscar. Jessica Chastain and Michelle Williams are also rumored to be competing for the female lead in the Weinstein Company film. Although the French film was hailed as a smash interna tionally and broke numerous box office records, many criti cized the film for being racially insensitive. llanve west curses Website It His Concen Kanye West completed his most recent shows this past weekend at Atlantic City's newest casino and resort, Revel. Throughout his solo per formance, Kanye performed 28 songs from every stage of his career, and shared personal thoughts in between them. Aside from serenading Kim Kardashian during his per formance, Kanye also took time during one of his shows to share some choice words about MediaTakeOut, a celebrity gossip website. Kanye used explicit language claiming they KANYEWEST are "making up sh*t everyday." Towards the end of this short video rant, Kanye ad mits that "as a man, I am flawed. But my music is per fect!" MON .......... $51f011DAY .2+1 TUES. TIIACIC TUI!S WED ANATUU' lllGHT THURS SDY THURSDAY FRI FRI!AICY FRIDAY SAT SROWIII'OUCS lilT&

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Berrv Gordv To Bring Motown To Broadwav Motown 'founder Berry Gordy is getting ready to bring the story of his label, and the songs that helped define it, to the stage. It-was announced Tuesday that Motown the Musical is set to open on Broadway in the spring of 2013, featuring a book by Gordy and tunes im mortalized by the likes of Ste vie Wonder, Marvin Gaye. Michael Jackson and the Jackson Five, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, and the Temptations. Those artists will also be characters in the show, which will trace their rise and Gordy's. Gordy will also produce the new musical, along with Broadway veteran Kevin Mc Collum (Rent, In the Heights) and Sony Music honcho Doug Morris. Stage and screen vet Charles Randolph-Wright is slated to direct. 40 Glocc Talks About Geninu JUIDPed Bv The Ga10e And Crew Over the weekend, 40 Glocc was the talk of the Internet thanks to The Game and his entourage. The G-Unit af filiate got jumped, with the in cident being caught on camera, and big bad 40 was seen falling in some and generally in retreat because guns were al legedly being aimed at him. 40 Glocc doesn't plan to press any charges. However, RoseMo700 is now dead due to an unrelated beef. "My motto is if you ain't got a gun and they got some, you better run, ya feel me," 40 Glocc, who had a general "it is what it is attitude, told DJ Vlad. "I had to do what I had 40GWCC to do, I was trying to get out of the situation. But it panned out, I'm still breathing, I'm still kicking. It happens. You see him, when he solo, he get knocked out. i ,. -: -loll4n.'\. t J .... C>n h,,ith 1\t < ht><"L J..., ()1ft I I f.H.-hnol. """'"'' ..... -.... .. ..,,NIINIIB [:fJ Robin Robens TeariUIIV Thanks Her Sister ROBIN ROBERTS ABC's Good Morning America host, Robin Roberts has found her perfect match! Roberts' sister Sally-Ann will serve as her donor after tests proved her to be a perfect match. Roberts announced in June that she had been diagnosed with a rare bone marrow dis ease. Robin Roberts has been credited for the increase in re cent bone marrow donations. After attending a doctor's ap pointment with her sister, Roberts took to her Facebook and Twitter accounts to express her sincere appreciation for her sister, Sally-Ann. FloRida Awarded For Donating over $1 Million To Breast Cancer Research Pop artist Flo Rida was taken aback during a perform ance at the Bank United Arena after, halfway through, two breast cancer advocates awarded the multi-platinum artist and his manager, Freezy, for their generous contributions to breast cancer research. Flo Rida has been active in the breast cancer community, performing at multiple events and using his celebrity to help raise awareness in impover ished neighborhoods about why it's so importanfforwomen and men to embrace preventative care for cancer. By raising over a million dol lars for breast cancer research, and by caring for and helping people who need support, Flo Rida has definitely bought his way into the hearts of his fans who keep him at the top of the charts consistently. R.lellv Describes Marital rrobleiDS In New Book, ., :u 6 'Soulacoaster, The Diarv 01 Me' ;; II.) R. Kelly shares candid details of his 12-year marriage to Hollywood Exes star Andrea Kelly in his autobiography, Soulacoaster, The Diary of Me, out Thursday on Smi leyBooks. enjoyed the love story about a couple who grew old to gether and died in each other's arms, he got visibly emo tional in the theater. "As the film cred0 ...... II.) Andrea, who is the mother of Kelly's three chil its started to roll, I couldn't move," he wrote. "I burst into tears. R.KELLY My marriage had died. And there was nothing I could do to bring it back." dren, is a cast member on the VH1 reality show that also stars former spouses of Eddie Mur phy, Prince, Jose Canseco and Will Smith. In the Soulacoaster chapter "The Breakup," Kelly describes the day a frustrated Andrea took off her $so,ooo wedding ring and threw it in a pond in their backyard. The problems in Kelly and Andrea's marriage had been mounting. According to Kelly, he continued to struggle with in fidelity, Andrea wasrunhappy walking away from her dance ca reer to be a stay-at-home mother, and they were con. stantly fighting. They began discussing di vorce. When Kelly realized that the relationship was over, he went to the movies by himself to see 'The Notebook'. Though he Kelly met Andrea when she auditioned to be one of his back ground dancers. He described their meeting as love at first sight. Though his initial attrac tion was physical, he loved her confidence. He described her as a lioness who "calmed [his] inner storms." In the book co-authored by David Ritz, who also has titles with Aretha Franklin, Mar;n vin Gaye and Janet Jackson, 0 Kelly discusses being molested by a teenage girl when he was a g child, being illiterate, his eleCJ) mentary sehool teacher who rec-m ognized his musical talent, and his fallout with Jay-Z during the z promotional run of their Best Of m Both Worlds album and tour. r Kelly released this week his album, Write Me Back. r r Heiress savs Her 'life Had Been Saved' Bv Jav Electronic& The former couple took to Twitter to air their grievances, en with Rothschild defending :I: herself. gJ This isn't the Jay Electronica news that Hip-Hop fans have been waiting for. The New Orleans rapper's relation ship with heiress, Kate Rothschild is being documented and the drama it has caused As previously reported, Jay Elec was at the center of the divorce of multimillionaire ex husband, Ben Goldsmith and Rothchild. Hip-Hop conspiracy theo-m rist are eating this up since < part of this love triangle involves Electronica sleeping ....... with Rothschild, a ridicuc! lously rich banking family m heiress long linked to the Illucn minati. > z c "T1 :a c

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Sava&es (2012) Two named Ted coming to life to an above-average storyline local marijuana dealers be his friend. Worth-seeing about a headstrong princess have to become savages to for laughs. Made $119M. who refuses to be queen. deal With the brutal world of (Budget $soM). Kids will love this movie. the Mexican Drug cartel. Magie Mike-Tampan Made $173M. (Budget Directed by Oliver Stone. Channing Tatus is on a roll $185M). ***112 Very violent. Not for kids. at the box office. Tatum Abraham Uneoln: Made $16M. (Budget plays Magic Mike, the life Vampire Hunter -A $45M) ***112 and times of a male stripyoung Abraham is on a Madea's Witness Pro-per. The ladies will love this warpath after seeing a vam-tection Tyler Perry is movie. Made $72M. (Budpire kill his mother. Good back as Madea and she has get $7M). **** special effects. Made $34M. to protect a family from the Moonrise Kingdom (Budget $69M). *** mafia . Could have been funThis comedy/drama is That's My Boy-Adam nier, but it's still worth seeabout two teenagers (Jared Sandler misfires again with ing. Made $45M. (Budget Gillman and Kara Hayward) this so-so comedy about a $2oM). *** who fall in love and decide single parent Dad being dis-Spider Man The first to run away from home. Co-owned by his son. A few onSpider Man was a classic stars Bruce Willis Bill Murnecessary scenes. and this remake of the first ray and Edward Norton. Definitely, not for kids. Wait Spidey is also a classic. AnThis well-written movie for video. Made $36M. drew Garfield (Social Netseems weird at first, but (Budget $70M) work) comes through as the turns into a classic. Kids Madagascar 3 Ben C new Spider Man. Check it and adults will enjoy this Stiller (Lion), Chris Rock fE out on 3D-Dbox. No. 1 at movie. Might win an Acad(Zebra) and the efficient c the Box Office . Made emy Award for best movie. penguins came through $137M. (Budget $230M). (1 hr./35 min.) Made $26M. with the best Madagascar **** (Budget $16M).**** movie. Adults and kids will Ted Mark Wahlberg Brave Disney/Pixar enjoy this one. (1 hr./35 scores again with this funny (with classics Toy Story, min.). Made $195M. (Bud-w comedy about a teddy bear Finding Nemo) returns with get $145M). **** ii: ................................................ w c w :I: U) :::i m :::) z w ....1 ....1 :::) m ....1 w z z w U) <( 0 a: 0 ...J iJ.. <( I The Head Start Program ...a is now enrolling new ty into their child care program! You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Receive public assistance (SSI, TANF or Subsidized Child care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic impairment, developmentally delayed, speech/ language, or any other impairment affecting the child's ability to learn Additionally for Head Start: Have a dlild who was 3 years old before September 1, 2012 Additionally for Early Head Start: Have a dlild between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally for Expectant Parent Program: Are in your 1st/2nd pregnancy trimester and due in May, June or July HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 00 ,.. w (!) In accordallce with !toe Americans with Disabilities does not dlsaiminate based oo .............................................. .. BOLD AND THE BEAtmFUL Marcus chooses his best man; Steffy has something vital to tell Hope before an important press conference; Liam makes a heartfelt confession to Ridge. Brooke puts pres sure on Liam to come clean to Hope; Hope presents her new wedding collection to the press; Steffy tells Ridge she has no regrets when he confronts her about her and Liam's secret. DAYSOFOURLIVFS Chad learns that Daniel also got a distressing call from Carly; Gabi begs Andrew to let Melanie go; EJ asks Sami to promise she'll protect their children; Chad and Daniel go to the police to re port that Melanie is missing. An intense confrontation builds between Lucas and EJ; Bo and Hope learn that Cancer (June 21-July 22) Controversy looms at a friend's gathering. Your standards get challenged, and this is good. Voice your opinion with enthusiasm, and listen to others. A wider view develops. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Lots of new assignments develop over the next few days, for the good and for the better. Keep all your deadlines by working smarter. Share your dreams with a trustworthy person. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Clear confusion be fore proceeding. All work and no play makes for a dull game; see how you can have both. Use common sense, and don t fall for a con game Hide the keys Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Changes are coming. Don t react without think ing first. There 's no time for blind mistakes Focus on one task at a time. Connect with one you love. Ignore critics. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Upgrade technology or your way of thinking to increase productivity. There's plenty of work to go around. No need to test the limits now. Follow the instructions. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dee. 21)Youre entering a workaholic phase. The busier you get, the easier is to stay out of your head. Dreams are abundant and provide clues You can solve Melanies last e-mail was sent from somewhere in Salem; Chad finds Melanies bracelet in Andrew's house; Rafe uneovers a suspicious pair of gloves in EJs apart ment. GENERALHOSPli'AL Sam is on the verge of dis covering the truth; Olivia might stand by Steve as he supports his mother; TJ makes a strong accusation about Alexis. Todd and Heather's unlikely alliance goes a step further; Sonny makes a confession to Kate; Luke has a visitor. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Neil and Har mony take a small step for ward in their relationship, while Michael pleads with Phyllis to tell him the truth. Paul mourns a tragic loss, while sparks fly between Victor and Nikki. the puzzle. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)Creativity and play take center stage. Take some time to secure data before Mercury goes retro grade. It's a good time for love. Aquarius (Jan. 20Feb. 18) The person yelling the loudest isn t al ways right Be patient and spread calmness Slowly your home is improving. Save a trip and visit some one by chat or Webcam. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) You're entering a learning phase. A loved one is upset if you're late. Cheer up your partner by doing something totally practical. Share feelings for the next couple of days. Aries (March 21-April 19)Finances are looking good from now until Fri day Schedule ca r efully so you don t miss anything im portant. Listening is your secret weapon. You're an inspiration Taurus (April2o-May 20) Things are looking brighter, even if you don't see it just yet. Hang in there. It's not worth getting into somebody else s argu ment. Gemini (May 21-June 20)Psychic dreams in spire romance. Use your calendar, and make time for work in your busy play schedule. A traffic jam seems likely. Get plenty of rest tonight

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Aikens MR. EARLY LEE DALE, JR. Homegoing services for Mr. Early Lee Dale, Jr. of Tampa, who passed away on Saturday, July 7 2012, will be held on Saturday, July 14 2012, at 2 p. m. at Center for Manifestation Church, 3102 E Lake Ave., Rev. Mark Jones, pastor, with Rev Henry I. Dale, eulogist, and Rev. Michael McCray, offi ciating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Early Dale, Jr. was born May 20, 1968, to the late Early Dale, Sr. and Aleane Davis Dale in Tampa. Early attended Hillsborough High School. He was a dedicated father to his daughter and a faithful and loyal son to his parents. Early was a member of Hood Temple AME Zion Church and a mem ber of the Masons. He enjoyed socializing with his family and friends and will be remembered for telling jokes and keeping everyone laughing. Early was preceded in death by: his parents; and sister, Kimberly Dale. He leaves to cherish loving memories with: his daughter, MUdah Dale; stepchildren, Joyce Jones, Joslyn Jones and Ivory Gordon; sister, Regina Walton (James Walton); brothers, Rev. Henry Dale (Jennifer Dale), Keith Dale and Michael Dale; aunts, Willie Mae Glover, Rosa Tolbert, Marion Dale, Marjorie Dixon and Willie Mae Lane; uncles, Jessie Dale and Richard Dale; nephews, Ellis T. Everett, Jr. Terrence Everett, Michael Dale, Jr. and Anthony Dale; nieces, Tranika Everett, Mik'Nicea Dale, Kimberly Dale and Kierra Dale; cousins, John Simpson, Curtis Simpson, Usa Dale, Brandon Dale, Greedy Banita, Jackie Glover, Viola Glover, Willie Glover, John Glover, Tiny Copland, Sol Davis, Peggy Davis, Ela Davis, Tyrone and Pebble; godsister, Rosalind Emziah; best friends, Samuel Thomas, Freddie Ne smith and Gerald Tribling; and a host of other relatives and special friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, July 13. 2012, from s-8 p. m The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Church on Saturday at 1:45 p. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. ANNIE M. THORNTON Homegoing services for Mrs. Annie M Thornton of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, July 8, 2012, will be held Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Friendship Mis sionary Baptist Church, 3201 East Lake Avenue, Rev. H. L. Daniels, pastor, with Rev. David Carson of New Begin nings Community Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow. Annie was born on June 21 1946, in Lake City, FL, to the late Arthur Lee BaUey, Sr., and Annie Mae Clayton Bailey. Annie was a member of New Beginnings Community Baptist Church. She enjoyed sewing, shop ping, traveling and bowling. Annie was a faithful and dedicated registered nurse for over 30 years. She assisted nu merous patients in many insti tutions throughout her nursing career, including Pad gett Nursing Home. She graduated from Middleton High School class of 1965. She received her Ucensed Practical Nurse degree from Brewster Vocational School and her RN degree from St. Pe tersburg Jr. College. She was an active member of the Black Nurses Associa tion and her Middleton High School class of 1965. She was preceded in death by: parents, Rev. Arthur Lee Bailey, Sr. and Annie Mae Clay ton Bailey; brother, Johnny Lee Bailey, Sr. ; sister, Annie Campbell Jordan; and cousin, Dorothea K. Jackson and friend, Gloria Williams. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: children, Steffanie Thornton, Trevor Thornton (Tomlcia) and Patrick Tyler; grandchil dren, Trey, Trevor, Jr., Sidney, Mackenzi, Kevis, and Kenijah, Trevon, Xachari, Xaquavius and Xavian; broth ers, Arthur Lee Bailey, Jr., (Velma), Robert Bailey, Sr. (Sandra), Willie Bailey, Sr., (Sandy) and David Bailey; sis ters, Evelyn Simmons (James), Dorothy Simmons (Hubert, Sr.,) and Patricia Straughter (Mitchell); a host of other rela tives; special friends, Brenda Williams, Shirley McCullough, Peggy Eady and Glemma Mc Cray, Liz Williams, James Smith, Johnnie Jackson (c/o '65 president) and Shelah Watkins; and godchildren, Va lencia, Krystal, Brittany Mob ley and Tina McCrae. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home, Friday from 5 8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. ARTHUR WILLIAMS, JR. Homegoing services for Mr. Arthur Williams, Jr. "Dap" of Tampa, who passed away on Tuesday, July 3, 2012, will be held on Saturday, July 14 2012, at 4 p. m. at Aikens Fu neral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., with Rev. Stephen Williams, officiating. Mr. Williams was born Oc tober 24, 1924 in Dawson, Georgia. He enjoyed sitting at the Laundromat with friends. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Lillie Mae Williams; son, John Arthur Williams; parents, Ester Whitaker and Lillie Hagan; brothers, Johnny Whitaker and Joe Williams; and sister, Mamie Owens. He leaves to cherish his memories: with children, Delorlse Mitchell, James E. Williams, Beatrice Pinder, Charles E. Williams and Usa Williams; grandchild, Tasha Williams; 58 great grandchil dren and 24 great-great grand children; sister-in-law, Patri cia Whitaker (Johnny) Philadelphia, PA; cousins, Ruth Bridges, Americus, GA; family friend, Marilyn Hughes; neighbor, Ann Moultrie; and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held on Saturday, July 14, 2012, 1 hour prior to the service at Aikens Funeral Home. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME BIRTHDAY IIEIIORIIM CYENNAR. WATI'S 7/13/1998 R.I.P. Happy birthday, Nana Pooh. You may be gone, but you're never forgotten. Missing you every day. Happy 14th birthday Baby Girl. Love you: Khadijiah, Sen tavia, Dea. Robert and Sarah Barnum, Kim and family. MOTHER ULLIE M.WILLIAMS Homegoing services for Mother Lillie Mae Williams of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, July 8 2012, will be held on Monday, July 16 2012, at 11:30 a. m. at Cathedral of Faith Church, Inc., 6304 N. 30th St., Bishop James H. How ell, Sr., pastor officiating. In terment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Lillie Mae Williams was born on July 16, 1930, to the late Clyde Wilson, Sr. and Hat tie Warren. Mother Lillie Williams was a dedicated and faithful member of Cathedral of Faith Church, Inc. She enjoyed sewing, singing and ministering. She was preceded in death by: her spouse, Woodrow Williams, Sr.; sister, .Juanita; brothers, Clyde and Donald; SOQ, Bobby Williams; grand son, Tyriq Antmons; aunts, Beatrice Warren and Edna Ed wards; and uncles, Fred, James and Sam Warren; nephews, Ronnie and Darrell Anderson. She leaves to cherish her memories with: her children, Marvin L Davis, Elder Henry Ammons and wife, Odessa, Woodrow Williams, Jr., Wolina Williams, Ira Williams, Louisiana Williams, La'Shawn Cohen and husband, Ronnie, and Denise a host of grandchildren, great grand children and great-great grandchildren; sisters, Mable Edwards and Ruth Anaiah; nieces, Twanda Grant, Cheryl Anderson, Faye Griggs, Sylvia Ann Edwards and Phyllis Ed wards; nephews, Leroy Vann and wife, Leumel Anderson, Jr. Robert Lee Vann and wife, Anothony Anderson and wife, Michael Anderson and wife, and Ernest Anderson and wife; best friend, Sarah Wright; daughter-in-law, Joann Williams; friends, Minister Blanchard and Janice Nunn Nelson; and a host of cousins, other relatives, church family and friends. The viewing will be held at Cathedral of Faith Church, Inc. on Sunday, July 15, 2012, from 5-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Church on Monday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Harmon MS. GWRIA FAYE 'GW-BALL' SOWMON Homegoing services for Ms. Gloria Faye "Glo-Ball" Solomon, who passed away on July 7, 2012, will be held on Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 10:30 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, Rev. John Lang, Associate Pastor of King Blvd. Baptist Church, officiating. In terment will follow. Gloria was born on June 23, 1955, in Tampa, to the union of Emory and Ernestine Solomon. She was a longtime 0 resident of Tampa and at:::0 tended the Hillsborough g County Public Schools. She was the proud mother of two sons, Janmarion Lantar Z Lofton and Robert Cato, Ill. ::! She was full of laughter, loved to laugh, liked r jokes on others, and had a m wonderful spirit of giving, even C: when it was her last, to anyone J= that she thought was in need. !!I She ei\Joyed watching movies, z listening to her Gospel music and spending tlnte with and c: 1ovec1 people. m She was preceded in death I'"" by: her mother, Ernestine (November, 2011); grandmothers, rn grandfathers, uncles, aunts C and a cousin. rn Gloria leaves to cherish her ;ii memories: sons, Janmarion Lofton and Robert Cato, III; =t special someone, Sammie c: Brown; dad, Emory Solomon; m sisters, Patricia Anderson (Carl), Barbara Copeland and Denise Nellons (Ray); grand""""' daughters, Lantatrelle .Lofton )> and JaNyla Cato; grandsons, Eric Green and KeSahun Cato; ., greatgrandchildren,Javontae :::0 Lofton, Javieonna Lofton, JaC naria Lofton, Christopher Lofton and Camari Lofton; nephews, Keenis, Terrance and Brandon; nieces, Chedinia (Robert), Tanyale and Zarkissa; uncles, (Frankie) and David Slaton; and a host of great nieces and great nephews. Gloria counted many others as her extended family and friends and shared a special bond with the Brown family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Cheryl) Cato, Jr. A HARMON BURIAL

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Nn=----.------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Leslie, Anthony D. House and wife, Adrienne, Apostle Dwayne D. House and wife, ...., >"' Katrina, Elder Alejandro S. ic( House and wife, Katrina, KenO neth G. Andrews, Jr., Beaufort a: A. Brown, III, Samuel E. LL . KAMARI JAMES Karnari James was born April 1, 2012, and was called borne to be with the Lord on July 7. 2012. He was preceded in death by: his great-grandfathers, Jimmy Lee Nevels and Clifton George Black; and one uncle. He leaves to cherish his memory: loving and devoted parents, Tiquanda Williams and Calvin James; great grand parents, Louise Miller, Hattie Mae Williams and Doris Black; grandparents, Regina Black Guerrier and Fritz, Johnny Williams, Ray and Andrea James; 3 great-great uncles and two great-great aunts; great aunties, Ernestine BurC nett (Clifford), Gerstine Mc-Donald (Wyndell), Deanna fE Black (Louis), Evangeline 0 Black, Tanya Black-Bryant, z Sonja Miller, Teresa Smith, c( Jackie Jenkins, Carol Wright, ::C Retie Caters, and Sandie Clark; 0 great uncles, Jerrold Murray, en Angress Wright, Adrian W Wright, David Miller, Joel Miller, Barry Miller, Paul > James, Clifton (Elizabeth), and a: Christopher Black (Tina Black); aunties, Tarnika Black, w Natasha Black, Maquita Rig0 gins, Shaquita Riggins, W Lawand James, Monica Wright, Joy Wright, Pattsy ::; James and Ashley James; unm cles, Johnny Williams, Jr., Jonathan Wtlliams, Jamel D.. Williams, Roy James, Jr., Je z rerny James, and Laroy James; i= brothers, Degand Williams, Calvin James Senior, and Fer..J ren Mobley, Jr.; sisters, Erika ffi Carter, (twin) KiariJames, 147 ..J loving cousins; loving and de W voted godparents, Selathiel Z and Mike Rivers; devoted i= friends, Jessica, Cracken, ffi Melina, Taya, Walter and en Cheese; and a host of loving c( relatives and friends. 0 Hornegoing services for Ka a:: marl James will be held Satur0 day, July 14 2012, at 2 p. rn. at ii Northside Missionary Baptist Church, 5706 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, Rev. Ricardo Robinson, pastor, Rev. Victor Ball, Pastor of Oak Hill M. B. Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Me morial Park. Visitation for Karnari James will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p. rn. at Harmon Fu neral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. A HARMON BURIAL MRS. DOROTHY E. HARMON Mrs. Dorothy E. Harmon, 85, was born on June 26, 1927, in New York City, NY, and passed away on July 6 2012. She was preceded in death by: her husband of 62 years, Mr. John W. Harmon, Jr., who passed away on April 5 2012. They met when she was 14 years old. Mrs. Harmon graduated from Florida A&M University; she was a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, and founder of the Tau Zeta Chapter. Mrs. Harmon began her teaching career in Shadeville, FL, at Sbadeville High School. Mrs. Harmon was a class room teacher for over fifty years, also teaching at Carter Paramore High School in Quincy, FL. After moving to Tampa, from Quincy, FL, Mrs. Harmon taught at Blake High School in the 1960s. Mrs. Harmom established Harmon' s "Half-Way" Home, Inc. and Worlds of Help In Time To Save (WHITTS) Asso ciates Youth Service Clubs, Inc. which continue to be ac tive today. She later went on to teach at Just Junior High School, Oak Grove Elementary, Jackson Heights Elementary, Potter El ementary, Bryan Elementary, and had offices in D. W. Wa ters School Resource Service Center. Survivors include: three sons, William A. Harmon, John W. Harmon, III, LFD, and James A. Harmon, LFD; as a son, Lee H. Green; grandchildren, William Andy Harmon, Jr., Jetta Harmon, Zarah Har mon, Christopher G. Harmon, Stephanie, Stacey, LaToya and Volousia; several great grands; brother-in-law, Moses Harmon and wife, Betty; dear cousins, Robert W. Saunders, Jr., Debra Jackson, Faye and Tina Jackson, Norma Jean Harris, Dr. Norman Jackson, Rev. Lucretia Middleton, Jewel Kennebrew, Nathaniel Keel ing, Thomas Newberry and Irene Graves; and a host of nieces, nephews, very caring cousins and other family mem bers and friends, far and near. Funeral services are to be held Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 1 p. rn. at St. John Cathedral, 340125th Ave., Tampa, Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor, Bishop Michael Lewis, eulogist, and Minister Janice Nunn-Nelson, officiating. Viewing will be held Friday, July 13, 2012, from 6-8 p. rn. at St. John Cathedral. A HARMON BURIAL MOTHER ALICE DUCKETI' BROWN The celebration of life for Mother Alice Duckett Brown, who passed away Thursday, July 5, 2012, will be held Satur day morning, July 14, 2012 at 11 a. m. from College Hill Church Of God In Christ, 6414 N. 30th Street, with Elder Charles Davis, pastor, Pastor Dwight D. Brown, Sr., officiating, Watchman Eddie A. Brown with the Word of YAH. Interment will follow in Me morial Park Cemetery. Mother Alice Duckett Brown was born February 19, 1924, to the late Samuel and Ophelia Duckett. She was educated in the Catholic Schools and the School of Nursing. She was a former employee of Tampa General Hospital. Mother Alice Duckett was married to the late Beaufort Albert Brown, Sr. She was af filiated with the Holiness Church Of Jesus In Unity, Inc. Loved ones who preceded her in death were: Beaufort Al bert Brown, Sr., Louie Cro martie, Leroy Cromartie, Edith L. Brown, Clementina W. Brown-Jackson, Leola C. Brown-Andrews and Mary A. Cromartie-Nelson. She leaves cherished memo ries to: her daughter, Pastor Ophelia House; sons, Rabba Beaufort A. Brown, Jr. and wife, Barbarah, Elder Samuel Brown and wife, Sheena, Watchman Eddie A. Brown, Sr. and wife, Linda, and Pastor Dwight D. Brown, Sr. and wife, Samantha; grandsons, Louie P. Cromartie, Sr., Pastor Brown and wife, Angela, Dwight Brown, II, Eddie A. Brown, II, Derek D. Brown, Brandon B. Brown, Terrence R. Brown, Antonio E. House, Bryan A. Nelson, Marquis G Alford, iulius 0. Walker and Bernard J. Williams; grand daughters, Marilyn FL Powell, Alice T. Williams and husband, Christopher, Tonya T. An drews, Clernentina W. Brown, II, Briahna J. Brown, Janee' E. Brown, Trinity L. House, Brit tney N. Chaney, Akilah R. Chaney and Andreiona L. Rune and husband, Larry; a host of great grandchildTen and great great grandchildren; sister-in-law, Dorothy Brown, Lake City, SC; special cousins, Victoria White and husband, Willie, Darlene Hopkins and husband, Michael, Letha Daniels, Lake City, SC, Betty Joe and husband, Rev. Frank Williams, Willie Mae Lacey, the Woodards, Rookers and Gilbert families; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; devoted family friends, Sis. Maggie Drumniar, Deacon Woodrow Simmons (Juanita), George Cooper (Katrina), Sis. Ruby Ghostin, Sis. Lucille Chapman, Ali Jafar and Rebbi Jacobs (Charles), Atlanta, GA; a host of other relatives and friends, among whom are the Church family of the Holiness Church Of Jesus Pentecostal, Inc., Largo, FL; neighbors and friends; and businesses, the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Sol Davis Printing and staff The viewing for Mother Alice Duckett Brown will be held on Friday, July 13, 2012, from 6-8 p. rn. at the Holiness Church Of Jesus In Unity, 1522 Nassau Street. The funeral cortege will leave from 1709 E. 29tb Avenue on Saturday morning, July 14, 2012, at 10:30 a. rn. THERE WILL BE NO VIEW ING AFTER THE EULOGY. "EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" HAPPY BIRTHDAY MS. MARTHA JAMES July19 Mother Martha James, gone but never forgotten and always in our hearts. From: your children, Edward, Carolyn and Lovett; grandchildren, Erica, Ashley and Nikki Lovett, Jr.; and a host of great grandchildren and family. Love always. MS. BEVERLY JEAN BEllAMY Ms. Beverly Jean Bellamy of 323 Lettie Lane, Seffner, FL, passed away Wednesday, July 4 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, July 14 2012, at 2 p. m. at Revealing Truth Ministries, 5201 North Arme nia Avenue, Pastor Greg Powe, with Pastor Keith Walker, offi ciating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Born O ctober 12, 1948, to Walter Nelson and Julia Shu man, Ms. Beverly Jean Bel lamy was a native of Tampa, and a resident for 64 years. She attended Hillsborough County Public Schools and was a proud member of the Howard W. Blake Class of 1966. Ms. Bellamy was a long time employee at Xerox and the Hillsborough County Tag Of fice. She was an active mem ber of Revealing Truth Ministries and se,rved in both the Women ofWISdom and the Nursing Horne Ministries. Ms. Bellamy was preceded in death by: her mother, Julia Shuman Wells; father, Walter Nelson; stepfather, Alton Wells; stepmother, Ruth Nel son; brothers, Vernon Nelson and Isaac Harris; uncles, Ben nie Shuman and George Shu man; and aunts,-Emma Lee Shuman and Nancy Shuman. She to cherish her memory: her children, Kevin Bellamy, Lisa Bellamy, Charles Bellamy, Jermaine Goodman and Shavon Goodman; grand sons, Tyree, Charles, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Jermaine, Jr., Xavier, Delano, Jr., Jerthario, Andre, Jr., and Donald Williams; granddaughters, Char'Vanette and Brianna; great grandson, Dionte Jr.; brothers, Walter Nelson, Jr. (Kim), Robert Nelson, Sr., Reginald Kendall, Toney Kendall and Joseph Kendall; sister, Helen Nelson (Daniel); nephews, Robert, Jr. and Mar cus; nieces, Monica, Michelle, Tonya and Lacresha; great aunt, Thelma Shuman; god sons, Terrick, Eroy, Keith, Jo Jo, Alfred, George and Montre; cousins, Patrick and Ann Adderly, Kurt and Stephanie Adderly, Kathy Mortirnere, De loris Hunter and family, Myrna and Satura Shuman (Derek), Tracy Currie and fam ily Chattie Martin and family, Diane McCray and Toni and family, and Mervine Pringley. The remains will repose from 6-8 p. rn. Friday, July 13, 2012, at Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 W. Nassau Street. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliams-funeralhome.com

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MS.MATIIE BELLE CLIA'IT Ms. Mattie Belle Cliatt of Tampa, passed away Monday, July 9. 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, 4025 West Palmetto Street, with Pastor Anthony Greene, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Ms. Mattie Belle Cliatt was born in Eufaula, AL, to the late Willie James and Passie Lee Cliatt. She moved to Florida in 1957 She retired from the Hillsborough County School System and was a member of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens. She is preceded in death by: two of her sons, Willie T. Cliatt and Ruben Cliatt; and two brothers, Ernest "Jack" Cliatt and the Reverend Lenwood Cliatt. She leaves to cherish fond memories: 4 children, Char lotte Mangual (Leo), Adelbert Cliatt, Marilyn Cliatt and Carolyn Williams; brothers, Willie James Cliatt, Jr. (Dorothy) of Tampa, Roy Cliatt (Ethelene) of Phoenix City, AL, McKinley Cliatt (Peggy) of Phoenix City, AL, and Willie Cliatt (Vera) of Columbus, GA; sisters, Mildred Johnson of Tampa, Barbara Brown of Phoenix City, AL, and Christine Ringewater of Columbus, GA; sister-inlaw, Naomi Cliatt of Tampa; cousins like sisters, Arie Williams and Earlene Butler; grandchildren, Edward L. Grooms, Jr., Marvin B. Grooms, Ruben S. Cliatt (Jennifer), Charles E. Williams, Jr., Calvin R. Williams, Tiara Wilson, Marquilas Cliatt, Misha Fox (Edwin), Ricky Lundy (Teresa), Kenyatta Jenkins (Larry), and Anissa Snell (Donte); 37 great grands and 2 great-great grands; nephews, Johnny Williams, Roy Cliatt, Jr., Willie Walker, Ralph Cliatt, Jovan Cliatt, Michael Cliatt, and Treven Cliatt; nieces, Sharon Holmes, Rita Johnson (Venson), Kim Finaiel (Michael), Sabrina Marshall, Angela Cliatt, Felicia Cliatt, Gail Cliatt, Kobi Blesoe (Mike), Molly Osley, Patricia Sylvester, Tameka Adams (Curtis), Marzell Cliatt, Lashawn Ford (Robert), and Christie Smith; devoted friends, Marqueda Love, Shaniel DeSylvia and Yvonne Murray; a host of great nieces and nephews and cousins; and godchildren, Leon McCray, Jr., Ahisha Williams, Mikell T. Royal and Yasmine Cliatt. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, July 13, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to IMY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliams-funeralhome.com MRS. MARY (TOODLES) CORSTON Mrs. Mary (Toodles) Corston of Tampa, passed away Thursday, July 5, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue. Born December 12, 1935, Mary Corston was born and raised in Clayton, Alabama. She resided in Alabama for numerous years and later moved to Miami and worked as a Nurse's Assistant. After retiring, she moved to Tampa, where she resided for the remainder of her life. She was preceded in death by: her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman and Josephine Allen; sisters, Mamie Lue, Flora Mae and Annie Mae; brothers, James, Will and Coleman Allen; and sons, Murphy and Anthony Allen. She leaves to cherish her memory: 3 daushters, JoAnn, Maryann, and Wendy; son, Bernard; sister, Tiny Dardy (Detroit); and brother, J. K. and his wife, Jean Allen (Plant City). She will also be sadly missed by her son-in-law, Alton Joe Herring. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, July 13, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywiUiams-funeralhome.com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM OWANDA HICKS This is your day, Baba! Love: your kids, Kay, Pee and Ced; sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends; and your loving parents, Gary and Grown. MRS. MARY LEE CROSBY Mrs. Mary Lee Crosby of Ruskin, passed away Thursday, July 5, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 11 a. m. at First Prospect Missionary Baptist Church, 6012 Edina Street, Wtmauma, FL, with Rev. T. B. Harris, officiating. Interment will follow in Wimauma Community Cemetery. Mrs. Crosby was a native of Attapulgus, Georgia, and a resident ofTampa for most of her life. She attended Sun City School and was a member of First Prospect M. B. Church. She was employed as a health care aide at a nursing home. She leaves to cherish her memory: an adopted son, Ronnie Crosby; 2 sisters, Corine Brown and Helen Woody (Laurie, Jr.) of Tampa; 2 brothers, Ralph Cooper of Rochester, NY, and Reliford Cooper of Tampa; nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of sorrowing friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, July 13, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliams-funeralhome.com IN lOVING MEMORY OF JAMES WilSON 7/17/19367/14/2004 It's been 8 years since you left us unexpectedly, but it seems like yesterday. But we know you're in a better place. Rest well until we meet again. Your loving wife and children. 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Wilson MR. DEMETRIC D. HENRY Homegoing celebration for Mr. Demetric D. Henry of Tampa, who passed away Sun day, July 8, 2012, will be held Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 3 p. m. at True Holiness Church, 3800 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, 33603, Bishop Alto Blanding, pastor, Bishop Michael V. Lewis, Sr., Pastor of First Victory Cathedral, eulogist. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. He leaves fond memories with: two daughters, Shantell Henry and Demetreal Henry; like his children, Anthony Grant, Keonnoa Grant, Maria Grant, Jaimey Grant, Ronnie Grant, and Sandra Grant, Rhianna Miller and children, and Dwaine Miller; sisters, Patricia Reed (brother-in-law, Eldridge Reed, preceded him in death), Faheemah Taalib-Din and Monica Banks; brothers, Willie Henry and wife, Deborah Henry, Anthony Henry and wife, Felisa Henry; 7 nieces and 4 nephews who includes, Larissa Henry, Ebony Heney and D'Marlo Henry; aunt, Ocie Butler; cousins, Kenny Lyse, Charles Brooks, Charnesa Brooks, Lisa Cooper and DeAndrea Cooper; and a host of other relatives and friends. Mr. Henry was born in Tampa, and was a lifetime resident. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and attended King Senior High School. He was a Concrete Finisher and a member of First Victory Cathedral. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m., Friday, July 13, 2012, at Wtlson Funeral Home. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 2:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' (813) 248-1921 MR. HORACE J. LEE Mr. Horace J. Lee ofTampa, passed away Saturday, July 7, 2012, at his residence, while under the care of LifePath Hospice. Mr. Horace J. Lee was born on September 4, 1955, in Jasper, FL, to the late Myrtle Keel Lee and Columbus Lee. He completed his education through the Hillsborough County School System. Horace started a college football career at Albany State Univer sity. He started a career at Peter., son before transferring and r devoting his longtinte commitment of services to the City Tampa Solid Waste Department for 22 years. C/) A soldier dedicated to pro-m viding outstanding services to Z the Tampa community as a supervisor. m Horace was a man of many r hats. He was a great family aJ man, a hard worker, and dediC: cated to his church. Accepting J= Christ at a young age he later m found a home church at New ::j Hope Missionary Baptist Z Church. "a He was preceded in death 5j by: his son, Frank Jackson, III; r parents, Myrtle Keel Lee and (;; Columbus Lee; and sisters, Va% lerie Lee and Cheryl Lee. m He leaves to cherish special C memories: a longtime and devoted companion, Sandra m Collins; stepmother, Rosie Lee; granddaughter, Zi'An-1 drea; sisters, Vicki Hopps C: (Vincent), Sheila Marshall m (Robert), Annette Jones and Marveen Mitchell (Sandy); brothers, Joseph Lee, Christo""' pher Lee (Tina), David Lee, :J> Kenneth Lee (Renita), Gregory Lee, Keith Lee (Mae), and Jer., reD Lee; and a host of aunts, :!;! uncles, nieces, nephews and C cousins; special friend, Courtney Kaham; special families the Solid Waste Department and Tampa Heights. Celebrating the life of our buddy will be on Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, Tampa, 33610, with the Pastor, Reverend Dr. T. W. Jenkins, officiating. Immediately after the services, Mr. Horace J. Lee will be transported to Spring Branch Cemetery in Jasper, FL, for interment. Visitation will be Friday, July 13 2012, from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com C) m N .. I )>

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N ..... cwi' ..... ::::: ""') a: IL c a: IL c z < c en w ::::: 1w > w c w % en ::J m ::::: Q. z tu ...J ...J ::::: m < I N N w (!) Wilson MS. WILLIE MAE 'BUTI'S' WINDHAM Homegoing celebration for Ms. Willie Mae "Butts" Wind ham of Thonotosassa, FL, who passed away Thursday, July 5 2012, will be held Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 11 a. m, at 34th Street Church Of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Tampa, 33605, with the Pastor, Reverend Dr. Thomas Scott, officiating. Inte.rment will follow in Sunset Memory Gar dens, Thonotosassa, FL. Willie Mae "Butts" Windham was born October 30th, 1936, in Thonotosassa, FL, to the late Willie and Bernice Butts. She attended the local public schools and graduated from Middleton Senior High School in 1954 After high school, she at tended Florida A&M University. In 1955, she married George Oliver Windham, Sr. and through that union, five children were born. She worked various jobs throughout her life and after working for more than 30 years at the James A. Haley VA Hospi tal, she eventually retired. She was baptized at an early age and later became a member of the 34th Street Church Of GOd. She was a loving sister, mother, aunt, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend. She was blessed with a heart filled with love, mercy, and kind ness and never met a stranger. She enjoyed cooking and wei-corned anyone that wanted a good home-cooked meal, as long as it didn't conflict with her first love, fishing. She was also a loving care taker to Shawn Henry and Larry Linton. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Willie and Bernice Butts; daughter, Sebrenia Hicks; sister, Alice Hart Perry; broth ers-in-law, James Perry and Charles S. Bing, Sr.; and nephews, Albert Brown, Jr., Willie Hart, Sr., and Charles S. Bing, Jr. Those she leaves to love her and carry on her legacy are: a loving sister, Betty Bing; loving and devoted childi-en, George 0. Windham, Jr. (Grace), Reginald S. Windham (Linda), Deborah Windham and Gregory K. Wind ham (Mary); grandchildren, Ebony Young, George Wmdham, III (Marilyn), Erica Windham, Maura Windham (Ryan), Fred Hicks, III, Stephan Hicks (Re becca), Willonda Wmdham, Job hie Windham (Cristina), Darious Windham (Jessica), Ashley Windham, Joshua Dorsey, Gre gory K Windham, Jr., and Gar-rett Windham: great grandchildren, Sa'breana Brooks, Kenyan' a Brooks, Charl ton Dawkins, Jason Williams, Jamaal Williams, Kamari Whid ham, Sebrenia Hicks, Stephan Hicks, Jr., and Tulelei Hicks; nieces and nephews, Sylvia James (J. T.), Julia Hart, Lemoyne Hart, Jr. (Katie), Melody Bing, Harmon Bing (Theresa), and Valerie Bing (Tory): great nieces and nephews, Willis Harris, Jr. (Lan cie), LaTanya Brown, Albert Brown, III, Marcus Brown, Alice Greene (Frank), Kevin Hart, Willie Hart, Jr., Latasha Hart, Donald Harris (Tracy), Jamie Hart, April Green (Dwayne), Chertrice Williams (Jimmy), Shervon Hart, Joseph Manuel, Jr. (Daphne), Tomeika Manuel, Karissa Hart, Christopher Bing, Brittany Bing, Destiny Bing, Charlay' Bing, Jai Bing, Jalen Bing, Gianna Jenkins, Tyvon 2' You're not j ust o u r client, yoo'fe -'We don't lose Sight of who for. After all, you're the one v;e 3 We arrange funerals, don t ;d1 them. It is our responsibility to hono r youi wishes and respect your budget. 4 We like meeting families not gOOJs . like you, we are a pan of this comrounitJ supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 W e spend time wi th you. Arranging a fitting tribute is important to you, and you don't deserve to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME N 29th St. Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605 3350. ( 813) 2486 125 vwvw.wilso n -funeralhome.com Wayne l Br i ght Manager Jenkins and Ayden Jenkins; de voted friends and family, Var ressa Rubin, Mary Taylor, Albert Hart, SyMa Jordan, Claude Mc Duffie, the Hicks family, the Knight family, the Larry family, the Reed family, the Stillings family, the Jackson family, and Allison McCants, and a host of other relatives and friend8 that knew and loved her very much. There will be viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the family will re ceive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, July 13, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com GLORIA 'BILUE' DICKENS THOMPSON 7/23/32-7/3/12 Billie was called home by the Lord. A native of Tampa, she started her teaching career on the East coast of Florida. Billie moved to Washington, DC, and continued teaching. She ended her career after thirty years. Billie enjoyed making friends and left many at The Home Association, where she lived her last five years. We will all miss her, but be lieve she is smiling down on all of us. She is survived by: brother, George Dickens; daughter, Pamela McFadden; grand daughter, Marisa McFadden; many nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. GONE TOO SOON Ill MRS. ANNIE LEE JACKSON The 24th year transition anniversary tribute to our mother, Mrs. Annie Lee Jack son, missing you dearly. Love, your Jackson fantily. IIIMEMORIU JOHNNYW. MURRAY Birth: 7/14/54 Death: 8/26/02 We love and miss you so much. Your sisters and brothers: Selena, CeCe and fantily. Ill MEMORY OF JULIOUS WATSON Good Morning S/7/1927 Good Night 7/12/2ooo JUUAWATSON Good Morning 3/6/1946 Good Night 7/8/2011 A Letter To My Parents To my Daddy, my King: Daddy, 12 years ago, you spread your wings and said goodnight to us. From then until now, that void has never been filled. My heart is still mending, my soul hollow, however I know you're with your Queen. You both are looking down on me, you're my protector. I want you to know that I was a blessed woman to have you as my Fa ther and I will never let your memory die and your spirit will forever be with me. To my Mother, my Queen: Mommie, 1 year ago you spread your wings and said goodnight. From then until now that void has never been filled. M y heart is still mending, my soUl is still hollow, however I know you're reunited with your King. You both are looking down on me, you're my protector. I want you to know that I was blessed to have you as my Mother and I will never let your memory die and your spirit will forever be with me. So, this is not goodbye, it' s only goodnight for now. Dear Heavenly Father, my angels are with you. I know all things heal in time. I thank you for your unchanging hands around me. Continue to hold me and shape me into the woman my parents raised me to be. R. I. P. Mrs. Annie Thornton.

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Crime 6 Robben suspect Strikes Man Charged With Raping Girlfriend's Daughter NACENURE NELOMS A 52-year-old man is being held without bond for allegedly raping his girlfriend's 12-year-old daugh ter. On Wednesday, Tampa Police arrested Nacenure Neloms on charges of sexual battery and lewd and lascivi ous molestation. Police said after 11 p. m. Tuesday, Neloms entered into the victim's bedroom and fondled her, then sexually battered her. The victim told investigators that Neloms had touched her inappropriately three times before, according to the arrest report. On one occasion, police said the victim told her mother, who confronted Neloms. At that time, he reportedly admitted touching the girl and swore to not do it again. In all of the incidents, police said Neloms waited for the family and the girl to fall asleep. Teens Charged In Man's Murder SCIONTI HILL BRITI'ANY DE1WILER JEREMY MAYERS ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police reported that on July 8th, Jeremy Mayers was found lying on the front lawn of his residence in the 3600 block of Searobin Drive. He was transported to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 6:20a.m. The investigation revealed Mayers was being robbed at gunpoint when he collapsed and later died. Witnesses told police Mayers fought with two people during the robbery. Detectives reported that during the robbery, the sus pects used a shotgun to beat Mayers and also choked him to the point of unconsciousness before fleeing with Mayers' cell phone, wallet and car. Investigators later identi fied Scionti Hill, 16, and Brittany Detwiler, 16, as the two people who allegedly robbed and beat Mayers. Both were arrested and charged with first-degree murder. A subsequent interview revealed that Mayers had just arrived at his home, and had gotten out of the car when he was approached by Hill and Detwiler. Detwiler was implicated as the person who set up the robbery. UNCLE SANDY .. Before you leave this world 5, 9, 12, 14 make sure you have 17, 19, 22, 25 made a difference 29, 31, 34, 37 in the life of someone 39, 44, 49, 58. Tan Facing 51 Counts II Possession II Child PornographJ According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, on April 14th, a search warrant was served in the 6soo block of Diana Court. After a check of the computer at that resi dence, investigators reported active and deleted image and video files depicting children 12 years old and younger posed in lewd positions, or engaged in sexual activities. The investigation also revealed file activity previously linked to the residence (over 6oo files). On July 9th, Andrew Daniel Turner, 66, turned himself in to authorities and was charged with 50 counts of possession of child pornography. His bond is set at $212,500 Man Arrested After Crashing Stolen Car Into Bus ST. PETERSr-----:::=--..., BURG St. Petersburg Police report that on July sth, Tiffany Grimes, 40, drove to the SOQO block of DERRICK 3rd Avenue, North to visit a MIMS friend, and left her car parked in a driveway off the alley with the keys in the ignition and the doors unlocked while she went inside. She estimates she was inside the residence for 10 minutes. When Grimes returned, she found her car was missing. No one was seen near her car, and Grimes told police she did not give anyone permission to take it. Police in nearby Gulfport spotted the stolen car and ini tiated a pursuit that took them back into St. Petersburg. Police said the vehicle subse quently crashed into a PSTA Bus, which crashed into an apartment near Jordan Park. One of the six passengers on the bus was injured. Police said the driver and passenger in the stolen vehicle were transported to a local hospital with their conditions described as a trauma alert. It was also reported that there was a 2-year-old child in the stolen vehicle. The child w.as also hospitalized and is listed in stable condition. A third person reportedly fled from the scene. Derrick D. Mims, 21, was identified as the driver of the stolen car and was charged with grand theft auto and aggravated fleeing and eluding police. c Twice In Two oavs w This is a surveillance photo of a man suspected of robbing two businesses in two days. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that on July 9th at 3:32 a. m., a man entered the Circle K Store on Highway 92 in Seffner and approached the N clerk. The man showed the g clerk a gun in his waistband N and demanded money. After getting the money, the man fled on foot. On July 10th at 10:07 p. m., deputies said the same man entered the Little Ceasars, 804 West Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and demanded cash. Again, he implied he had a gun in his waistband and fled on foot with money from the business. The robbery suspect is described as a Black male, 30 to 49 years old, s'7'' to 5'9" tall, and weighing from 6 150 to 180 pounds. :!! c ,.. en m suspects Sought In Metro PCS Robberv z -t z m r m c: r Tampa Police report that at 4:30 p. m. Tuesday, two men entered the Metro PCS Store at 2602 East Busch Boulevard. Both suspects had their faces concealed. Police said one of the suspects was armed with a handgun, and both demand ed money from the register. The second suspect had a white plastic bag and demanded the clerk put the money in the bag. At one point, one suspect's shirt covering his face dropped, exposing his face. r When the suspects fled, they !!l grabbed the purse of a cus-z tomer. There were five cus"C tomers in the store at the C: m time of the robbery, and one r was seen on surveillance en :1: footage talking with one of m the suspects. C m The suspects were seen < chrome style rims and dark tinted windows. rn Both suspects were descri bed as Black males, 16 to 20 years old. c ,.. z c WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Parll Plaza @ Nebraslla Ave. & scon St. The h1nng of a i a'hJe' r s an rmportant dec
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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY. JULY 13. 2012 B c Local Teen Meets President Obama And Former Sec. 01 State Allin One Week BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer Fourteen-year-old Camille Benson thought this summer would be like any other tutoring math to elementary students, working as a Vaca tion Bible School volunteer at New Destiny Wor shi p Center in Clearwater and reading a few good books. She had no idea two monumental chance meetings were in store for her. Camille and her mother, Lisa got tickets to see President Barack Obama during his recent Tampa visit to Hillsborough Community College. The two stood in line for four hours with temper atures reachin g well into the 90s, but they felt it was worth it for a chance to see the Commander in-Chief in person. Shortly after the doors opened for the crowd to file in, Camille and her mother got news they weren't expecting. The room had filled to capacity and the remaining crowd would have to watch the event from a big screen in an overflow room. Camille was incensed. "I had been standing outside in the heat for four hours! We didn t get water until the last hour! It felt like a hundred degrees outside and after all that I had to go stand in the cafeteria of a college! I was disappointed." Camille settled into a spot in the overflow room with her mom, when all of a sudden, she no ticed commotion going on around her. "I saw peo ple shutting the curtains in the room and saw movement with the cameras. There was no an nouncement. Then I heard people screaming and pointing." Camille Benson with her mom, Lisa Benson. Camille was at the front of the crowd when, to everyone's surprise, President Obama en tered the room. As he made his way through the mass of people, he came face to face with Camille. The two shook hands and to Camille's amazement the President reached out and gave her a big hearty hug. "I could feel the stiffness of his suit. It was like it was freshly ironed; he put it on, then jumped out of the plane, into the car and came right over. I was thinking, Oh my gosh, the President of the United States is hugging me!'" Camille vowed to never wash her hands or the shirt she was wear ing. She has since washed her hands. Days later, Camille travelled to Orlando with her mom for the National Assembly of The Links Incorporated. She was a guest speaker. "I was there to welcome the kids of the Links. My speech was about meeting President Obama and ex plaining how a lot of people consider Orlando the place where dreams come true I would tell them how my dream came true when I met the Presi dent." As Camille waited backstage she was seated next to a woman who was also on program. The room was dark with only a small table lamp pro viding light. Because of the limited lighting, Camille didn't recognize the woman s face, but thought her voice sounded familiar. She asked me what my role was on the pro gram. When I told her about my encounter with the President, she responded, 'He gives great hugs, doesn t he?"' Camille says it wasn't long before she realized she was seated next to Condoleezza Rice. B y the end of the conversation, Camille had made such an impression on the former Sec retary of State that the two exchanged personal email addres ses Camille says she will absolutely keep in touch with Ms. Rice. After all, she plans to attend Stan ford University after high school. Ms. Rice is a faculty member there. Camille is a ninth grader at Tampa Prepara tory School. She's earned varsity letters in golf and tennis and is a member of the Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. She hopes to one day become a physician, following in the footsteps of her father Dr. Robert Benson and grandfather, Dr. Ramon Joseph. 'Silk' lead Singer Part Of Gospel Stage Plav Cast BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Sunday, November 4th at the Straz Center, Too Smooth Entertainment will be presenting a Gospel stage play written by Carlos Davis called "Holding On To What You Never Had." The play will feature a star studded cast of people like Gospel leg end, Shirley Murdock, Tony Terry, actor Miguel Nunez, Donald Gray, Ronnie Terry, and from the R&B group, SILK, Gary "Lil' G" Jenkins. For Jenkins, his journey started in Nashville, Tennessee and being exposed to music as a small child. "I started singing when I was 5, and actually sang with Bobby Jones. I appeared on BET with Bobby Jones, and things just started growing from there. ''I've always been fascinated with the arts, and fortunately, it has served as a great opportunity for me to meet a lot of people." As a student at Tennessee State University, Jenkins majored in music, with an emphasis on piano and voice. He actually learned to play guitar and piano on his own without any instruction GARY "UL G" JENKINS "When I moved to Atlanta in 1992, that's when the group SILK was born. We're still performing, and I actually have a single out now. "In the future, I would like to keep acting and singing, but I'd also like to be the CEO of an artist development company /label. I think in another 5 to 7 years, I should be there. Asked about appearing in the stage play, Jenkins said he loves it, and he's worked with both Davis Gary "Lil G" Jenkins (right) and the members of SILK. and Too Smooth before. "I've been doing stage produc tions for a long time I've done some with Tyler Perry. I think this facet of the arts gives me a chance to be more well-rounded." Starting out as a gospel singer, Jenkins said his crossover into secular music was a natural transi tion for him. "I've just finished a production where I was acting and was the music director. I'm in the studio now writing a lot of new music. "It's tough to get a listening au dience today, because radio stations and other televised shows promote hip hop. I'd rather stay in my lane, and continue to appeal to the fans who supported SILK then, and still do today." Jenkins said he's happy to say all of the original members of SILK are still together, and that they are one of few groups around that have managed to stay together.

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Cahoon Elementary School ADAM ANDREWS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Q Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. u... Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; C and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry 0 HOBBIES: Playing Basket ball, Video Games and Golf CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace w > w Q w ::z::: tn ::::; m ::::) D.. z ...1 ...1 ::::) m ...1 W HERMIONE ANDREWS z ;:::: z w tn a: 0 ...1 u... m HONORS: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Playing with her dolls and watching 'IV CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace WILLIAM ANDREWS, IV HONOR: Principal's Honor w Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Drawing Writ ing Stories and Reading CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace JORDAN MORGAN HONORS: Honor Roll Cit izenship, and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Vernon and Zelda Morgan GRANDPARENTS: Willie and Angie Ousle y and John and Louise Harrell HOBBIES: Singing and Drawing CHURCH: Exalted Word Ministries JOSHUA MORGAN HONORS: Honor Roll, Cit izenship and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Vernon and Zelda Morgan GRANDPARENTS: Willie and Angie Ousley and John and Louise Harrell HOBBIES: Drawing and Fishing CHURCH: Exalted Word Ministries VERNON MORGAN, JR. HONORS: Honor Roll, Cit izenship, and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Vernon and Zelda Morgan GRANDPARENTS: Willie and Angie Ousley and John and Lou ise Harrell HOBBIES: Fishing and Writing CHURCH: Exalted Word Ministries Clair Mel Elementary School ANTONIYA WILLIAMS HONORS: Honor Roll, Cit izenship, and Perfect Atten dance pARENTS: Antonio Williams, Sr., Ann Chestnut, and Tony GRANDPARENTS: Leatrice Byrd and Annie Guy HOBBIES: Reading Mod eling and Singing in Church Choir CHURCH: St. John Pro gressive Missionary Baptist Church Cleveland Elementary School C.J. WEST HONORS: High Honor Roll, Citizenship, and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: C. W. and Que West GRANDPARENTS: Oliver Bernard Fields and Gwen dolyn Fields HOBBIES: Dancing, Art, and Listening to Chris Brown Hillsborough I. 8. High School HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs Gloria Andrews arid the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Karate and Computer Games CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace CYRIL B. ANDREWS, IV HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr C. Blythe Andrews, J r.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Hanging with friends, running, playing golf, karate and playing video games CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace SHARROD DARNS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENT: Sonja Arnold GRANDPARENTS: James and Rose Morton; and Daniel and Nora Arnold HOBBIES: Football, HHS JV Football Team, CB CHURCH: Bible-Based Fel lowship Church of Temple Terrace Jefferson High School JAZMINE A. WILSON HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Jeffrey, Sr., and Cathy Wilson GRANDPARENT: Tyrone and Michelle Lindsay; Allan and Lana Flood; and Willie J. and Annie Bell Wilson HOBBIES: Reading, Flag Football

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"TT Cousin Williams; and Charles Harris Williams ter Smith, Sr., and Lawrence J< HOBBIES: Reading, Com-HOBBIES: Computers, HOBBIES: Football (Fair Williams puter, Skating, and Crafts Reading, Spelling and Oaks Rattlers); Baseball HOBBIES: Cheerleading CHURCH: St. John ProSpendingTimewithMommy (North Seminole Marlins); (FairOaksRattlers);Softball gressive M. B. Church CHURCH: Home Study Hip Hop (Tampa Gym and (North Seminole); Ballet, w Dance); Basketball (Wilbert Tap, and Hip Hop, Tap, and N ,. Pizzo Sheehy Davis); Soccer (Grant Park) Ballet (Tampa Gym and Elementary Elementary Swimming; Video Games; Dance); Girls Pampering N JUWANM. WILSON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Jeffrey, Sr., and Cathy Wilson GRANDPARENT: Tyrone and Michelle Lindsay; Allan and Lana Flood; and Willie J. and Annie Bell Wilson HOBBIES: Most Sports and Working Lockhart Elementary Magnet School ANGELA. LALOR HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll; Citizenship Award; Perfect Attendance, 2011-2012; Math Bowl League; and PassedCAT Math and Reading PARENTS: Tauvia Ivery and Aedon Lalor GRANDPARENTS: Anna D. Ivery Beauford and James Beauford, Jr.; Eddie Ivery, Sr., and Antoinette Ivery HOBBIES: Selected for Chocolate Nutcracker 2012; Temple Terrace Gymnast; HOST Participant; Lockhart Choir; Allen Temple Youth Choir; Dance Ministry; Church School; Awana; and YPD CHURCH: Allen Temple AMEChurch Memorial Middle School JAQUEENA COUSIN HONORS: High Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Melissa Newton and Joseph Cousin GRANDPARENT: .Gladys School School and Hanging Out With His Day; Swimming; and HangMr. Dirt and Crew at Old ing out with best friend, Jada JODI CHARLTON HONORS: High Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENT: La Felsa M Green GRANDPARENTS: Igelsia and Darryl Anderson HOBBIES: Reading and Singing in the Choir CHURCH: St. John PMB Church Robles Elementary School LA'DAIZAJOLLY HONOR: Honor Roll GRANDPARENT: Annie Doris Smith HOBBIES: Dancing and Watching 'IV CHURCH: Peace Progres sive Missionary Baptist Church St. Peter Claver Catholic School HONORS: High Honor Cit izenship; and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Shonda and Corey Perry and Cedric Jack son GRANDPARENTS: The late Renita Williams; Frances Williams; Joseph Roots Barber Shop Bank St. Aaldemy JOQUEZ SMITH WALTA VIA SMITH HONORS: Outstanding EBONI I. ANDERSON Achievement; Honor Roll and Citizenship entire year; Perfect Attendance three of the four NineWeek Grading Periods; President's Educa tion Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement on the Stanford IQ Test PARENTS: Walter and Joann Smith GRANDPARENTS: Sam and Eva Cochran; Jimmie Lee and Leavonne Nichols; the late JoeL. Howard; Walter Smith, Sr., and Lawrence HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll the final grading period; Outstanding Achieve ment entire school year for Citizenship; three grading periods award Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance; Sheehy Royal Award; and Kids For Character PARENTS: Walter and Joann Smith GRANDPARENTS: Sam and Eva Cochran; Jimmie Lee and Leavonne Nichols; the late JoeL. Wal., HONORS: High Honor Roll b and Citizenship PARENTS: Angus L. Ang derson and Brenda Capers GRANDPARENTS: Lorenzo Anderson and Netta Coleman; Arthur and Pauline Capers HOBBIES: Dancing, Singing, Stepping, Reading, Bowling, and Skating CHURCH: Re-Birth M B. Church The Hillsborough County Head Start Program 1s now County enrolling applicants into their child care program with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) & Early Head Start 1s accepting children with Individualized Family Support Plans (IFSPs). You may be eligible for this progr-am if you: Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic impairment, developmentally delayed, speech/language1 or any other impairment affecting the child's ability to learn Are a parent of a child with an Individualized Education Plan Are the parent of a child with special needs and receiving therapy Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in sChool/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who will turn three before Sept. 1 of the current school year Additionally for Earfy Head Start: Are the parent of a child with an Individualized Family Support Plan Are the parent of a child with special needs and receiving therapy Have a child between the ages of 6 weeks and 23 months HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 8tHWl oj fJou,lf In ac:cordiw1ce with the Americans with Olslblties Ibis does not discrlminall! based on z :::1 z m r-m c: rr-!!l z ., c: m r-c;; :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m (/) c )> z c "TT c

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Local ::) .., >= ic( c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c en w ::) tw > w c w ::z:: en ::::i m ::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ::) m ...J w z i= z w en <( MS. PEACHES Happy birthday to my lovely daughter. May the good Lord bless you to see many more Stunna-Man J. R., a.k.a., 4-1 H8PPV10th Anniversarv ERIC And MICHELLE Ten years seems short when you love someone as much as I love you. Eric. I want to give a shout out to 0 the Get Busy Crew, Her it berthia, Con, Marla, ProiectliNK To Host 11th Annual Back To School Fair Project LINK, Incorpo rated, in partnership with the Hillsborough County Back to School Coalition, Hillsbo rough County School Nurses, St. Joseph's Children's Hos pital, along with local corpo rate partners, will host its 17th annual Back to School Fair on Saturday, August uth from 9 a. m. until1:oo p. m. at Howard W. Blake High School. The purpose of the "Back to School Fair" is to initiate school readiness, parental in volvement, and community interaction, targeting eco nomically challenged families who reside in Hillsborough County and have children that attend schools in the Hillsborough County Students are provided with free school supplies such as backpacks, pens, paper, notebooks and rulers; in addition to health services such as immunization, eye examinations and physicals all requirements needed to TINA YOUNG Project LINK, Inc. Executive Director attend schools in the Hills borough County. During this event, fami lies get an opportunity to meet with various school principals and teachers, com munity support agencies, sponsoring corporate repre sentatives and partake in a host of activities that include entertainment face painters balloon makers and a back to school pep rally. "Last year, we served over sao children and their fami lies. In these economically challenged times, we expect more this year. Our goal is to secure 6oo book bags filled with school supplies, and prove as many as 100 chil dren with eye exams, physi cals and/ or immunizations," said Project LINK's Executive Director, Tina Young. The event is free to the public and open to children of all ages. Parents must pre register their child(ren) for physicals and immunizations at (813) 443-3048. There will be free parking. If you are interested in volunteering or making do nations to support this com munity event please call (813) 276-5671 or email Tina Young at tyoung @ project link. org. For more information about this event and other fairs hosted by the Hillsbor ough County Back to Sch ool Fair Coalition please go on line at www. proj e ct-li nk.org Men's Conference United Men of God and One Made Whole Bible Church have come together to host a 2-day conference focusing on the lives of men and their families godly leadership, male role within the home, family unit, and accepting a lifestyle of obedi enceto God. The conference will be held August 10th, 7-9 p. m. and August uth, 6-8 p. m. The free, business casual event will be held at the One Made Whole Bible Church, 12016 N. Nebraska Ave. (33612). Topics for discussion will include: Understanding the Male Role, Calling Of God's Man, Self-Esteem and Self Assurance, Marriage and Communication, Uplifting and Supporting Your Mate, Instruction For Children and A GodView of Submission. For additional informa tion, visit www.United MenofGod.org or call (813) 641-4175 Seneca Howard is pres ident of United Men of God. \Iount .Junior Acaden1y Kimkrgart<.'n Sth ( ;radt NOW U&ISfERINt FOR fHE 2012-201 S SCHOOL YEAR WE OFFER: 1. Bible-based instruction 2. Caring, loving, certified teachers Patsy, Chan and Lee-Lee for holding me down from day one!! Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies . . "f#l Bay Area One Stop Shop" 3. High. value at an atTordable rate 4. Florida Pride scholarships Words can't express how much you all mean to me and I will be home soon, so be easy!!!!! Reginald Buchanan, 50460-018, F. C. C. Coleman Medium, P. 0. Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. Sis. Julia J. Follq,NR uwner J 909 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 290917-Tampa, 33687 .,-,.,_,,., Cell 5. Computer lab with internet and network 6. A safe drug free environment for students 7. Extracurricular activities 8. Challenging academic program 9. Personal attention given to students 10. Outstanding students 11. Hot, nutritious meals daily 12. Fully accredited curriculum 13. Small class size 14. Before and after school program 15. Readi .ng and math labs 16. Music (String Ensemble) Training minds, hearts, and bands for worthy and productive service. Call today for a registration packet 813-238-0433 3111 East Wilder Avenue Tampa, Florida 33610

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"' and even churches because that boy live with her roomThe Bible is clear that all people are entitled to be treated with fairness and jus tice A person is not to be treated unjust because of so cial, economic, academic or moral deficiencies The church must look beyond a person s occupation or habits when it comes to jus tice. This week's lesson from 1 Kings 3:16-28 shows that even those who have unde sirable occupations and lifestyles are entitled to seek the wisdom of God and re ceive justice. The writer identifies the two women who came to Solomon as prostitutes (vs. 16). Prostitution was widely practiced this time; howbeit, the children of Is rael were commanded not to indulge in the lifestyle. While it was clear that the peopie of God could not ben efit from their practices, the people could come to the people of God for guidance and wisdom. Perhaps they would come to know the God of grace, mercy, and justice. One of the women ex plained the situation to the king. They lived together, were both pregnant and they both had sons (vv. 17, 18). Notice how the king did not pass judgment on them for their occupation and lifestyle. He didn't carry on with a lecture about why they ended up in the situation they were in. The story continues that one woman laid on her son in the night and as a result died (vs. 19). She then got up and took her dead son and switched him with her roommate's living son (vs. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue,T ampa, Fl (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248HELP Bishap Eddilllwldltl, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP 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 wtaible Study I W8C._dn: P. M Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M Adutt & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: A Church (Jf the Inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whol e man." Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ l-OUSE OF LYDIA 20). As a result they argued the next morning (vv. 21, 22). There is a lot of informa tion and details not provided in the account. How did the woman telling the story know all of this, if she was asleep? If your son was in the bed with you, why didn t you notice she was taking him and sWitching him? It became one woman's word over another. In your life, it becomes one person s word over another. When you stand as judge between two people, it is one person's word versus another. Who is right? Who is wrong? Every situation is not about the details of what happened. The issue is not who did what! Or why the person did not do. There are a lot of issues not being re solved in marriages, families, S .\1:\T .J..\:\JES :\.:\I.E. Clll:RCII OF PROCRFSS \'Il.L\CE, 1:'\C. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, F'lorlda 33619 (813) 6']7-241:1 ltEV. KICHAEL JJ. P1UCE, 1 .._ Sund.n. Earl y Mor n i ng Worship Service 7 :30A.M. Church School 8 :45A.M. Morning Wo rs h i p Se rvice 1 0:15A M people are trying to find the mate, instead of being cut in cause and place blame. Of half. Her compassion for her course you consider the evison concluded that she < dence ofit all! would rather see him at a c:; To get to the truth and be distance than to see him fair, Solomon relied upon dead. wisdom. Oftentimes when it Solomon did not judge N may seem unclear use wisthe situation based upon the dom. Solomon requested a women in the situation; he sword be brought to him and used wisdom to determine then commanded that the th e outcome. In your life, living son be cut in half so allow God to give you wisthat each women would get dom to a just and fair half (vv. 23-25). conclusion. This solution sounded bazaar, but it would serve the The wisdom of God is far purpose for what it was inbetter than all the rubies and tended. Solomon did not diamonds in the world. Seek judge between the two, but and use wisdom and you will he allowed their compassion always find truth and justice. to determine the truth. Sometimes instead of choos ing a side, you have to pres ent a person with options that will bring about the truth. If you side with per son "A", then person "B" will think that you did not believe him/her. The woman whose baby died was happy to see the baby split, because in her mind she had nothing and half was better than nothing at all. She sees that she and the mother of the living baby will be equal. The mother of the living son said she would rather see Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW 6 :00 P M Evening Worshi p 7 :00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PR08RISS VllAIE 8722 Progress BMJ., Tampa. FL 3361 9 *Church Office : (813) 677 1948 Pastor s omoe: (813) 672..()389 Academy Office : {813) 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Ma: fbcop'l@tampaba.y .rr .com UNITY M .B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St. Tampa,FL 33605 248-5955 ELDER H. H HUNt PASTOR School t:ao A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study TuM. 7:30P.M. 1!11 .WFREIDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E Lake Ave.* 248-4127 Weekly Activ i ties Cluch ScOOol 9 : 30A M =class WOrship 10:45 A M E W 4 : 30P M wnng orship 5 P M Wednes:1ay Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bi:>le Study 7 :30 P NEW MT. ZICXt M. B. CHURCH,-. .2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or 247 -OOW ln. WAI.11!11 Putor E meritua Earty Morning Worship 7 :55 A M Sunday Morning Worship 9 : 30A.M Morning Worship 10:55 A M Wed., Family Niglt7 P M Fo r T ransportation Call (8 1 3 ) 4 86-7890 "' r-0 :D en m z m r-m c r r-gJ z c m r-u; :t m c m < m .... c: m en c ?< )> z c ., c ?<

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July Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday wishes go out to: Demon Pt1nce James, Wilbert Johnson, James Joyner, Sr., Gerri Elston, James Joyner, Jr., Ankwon Simon (7/17), Shane "Thuthi" Evander Anthony, IV (7/17), James Earl Hill (mem) (7/24), and Honest Bisbee (7/24). Belated Birthdays We extend a happy be lated birthday wish to a spe cial lady, Mrs. Rebecca Hair, who celebrated anSick And Shut Ins Let us keep the sick and shut ins in our daily prayers: Alfonso Lee, James Wiggs, Eloise Leeks, Arlean Evans, Cora McCall, Lena Jenkins, the Philon family, New Testament Church Family, Mamie Pittman and Deacon Eli Rodgers family. Condolences other natal day on July 6th. c Hope your day was filled ii: with the desires of your heart!!! z Happy belated birthday to c( Antonio "Tony" Deak won Simon, who just turned i3 on July 5th. He w celebrated his special day with relatives and friends. > We love you and wish you ffi many more! We extend condolences to the entire Bevels family and friends of their loved one, the late Ora Lee Bevels, who passed away Friday, June 29, 2012. She will be funeralized on Saturday, July 7, 2012. It is my prayer for you to look to the Lord for your comfort and strength. > w c w en ::::i Prayer Please extend special prayer request for the Saf fore and Miller families. I CHURCH DIRECTORY I NEW BEGINNING CHURCH OF THE LIVING a. 3613 N. 23rd St.*"' Tampa. FL 33605 z (813) 247-3055 -Church (813r61l-4600-Cellular i= &nail: bithopandrews ct live.com w ..J ..J ::) m ..J w z i= z w en c( SERVICE TIMES Sunday Schoo l-10 A.M. Moming Service11:30 A M Evening Servic.e 7:30 P M Bibl e Studv -Tuesday Evenin g Bible Band 7 : 30 P M TI1ursclay Evening -YPVVW 7:30P.M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evenin g Women's Outrea ch Ministry 7:30 P. M. MOUNT PLWANT M. B. CHURCH 0 ..J 1&. 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr.Ca'T. Dldand, 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. r------: 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PMFamily Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM General Bille Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IORIO..AIO, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org Hour Of Power Prayer Band The Community Hour Of Power Bible Prayer Band meets every Thursday morn ing at 10:30 a. m They are a group of God s children gathered together on one accord to learn the word of our Father. Everyone is invited to come and share with us. Are You Registered To Vote? Progress Village Civic Council wants ALL Villagers to come out on Monday, July 16th at 7 p. m. to register to vote, making sure their infor mation is current and up to date for voting in the elec tion. Please contact Linda Washington at (813) 3219853 with any questions. Thought For Today "The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible." Civic Council Meeting The Civic Council will hold their monthly meeting on the third Monday of July (7/16) at 7P m. Sunday School 9 : 45 a m Morning Worship -11 a m. Evening Worship 5 p .m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7 : 30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! &RACE MARY MISSIOIIARY BAPIIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St 248-3n9 Early Morning Worship 8 A M Sunday School-9: 30A.M. Morning Worship 10:50 A.M. Bible Study Wed 7 P M My Brothers 2 Keep For free Bibles and greet ing cards, write to: P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa 33689-0402. F.Y.I. God bless President Barack Obama and family, all military (active and non,), and all public servants. Remember our helper in the kitchen: Shulon's Kitchen, (813) 741-9760. Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at (813) 735-7968. Springhill's 98th Church Anniversary "91 Christ Centered Church" 1st Baptist of West Tampa will celebrate with Springhill on Wednesday, July 18, 2012 @ 7:30 pm. REV. RAYFORD HARPER, Pastor New St. Matthew MB Church will celebrate with Springhill on Sunday, July 22, 2012 @ 4 pm. REY. ALEC HALL, Pastor. This will be a joyous time in the Lord and you do not want to miss it. 8119 E. Martin Luther King Blvd. REY. EUGENE GARNETT, Pastor FL33619 El111101111-Y IIP1IST 1211 ......... 1-.R.UIIt 111U Ul-1191 ....,... 1:11aa. llrRIRI WlrshiJ.--------11 a.m. rraver Slnlce, Tuesday ____ 1 p.m. IIIIana Bible StUdY. THstlaY 1:11 p.m Bible StudY, tuesdaY--------"----1 p.m. ICM'IDtAUTIIIniSllnUIIIICIItstWIIIeh REV.OSCARJOHISOII,JR sn ............ ,..llllllans4:13 Pastor/Teacher ---------------------------------] BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship ... 11 A .M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. '----="------"' BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Wlae The Love Of God Flows And Tile Holy Ghost Is In Full Control."

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., Local :!! NCNW To Install OHicers At Saturdav Meeting ELECfAD. DAVIS ... Outgoing President The monthly meeting of Tampa Metro Section of NCNW is scheduled for Sat urday, July 14th, 10 a. m., at Lee Davis NSC, corner of N. 22nd St. and E. 26th Av. Installation of officers for fiscal years 2012 thru 2014 will be conducted by Gwendolyn M. Miller. Those scheduled to be installed are to wear white attire with .. Incoming President NCNWstole. Outgoing President, Electa D. Davis, who presided well for the past four years will pass the Presiden tial baton to in-coming Presi dent, Tee Solomon. The new officers will become ef fective in October, the begin ning of fiscal year 2012 -13. Members are encouraged to be present and on time. Stories Conflict On Occupy Tampa Group BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Tampa City Councilman Frank Reddick said in West Tampa, there appears to be conflicting stories when it comes to the Occupy Tampa group. The Occupy Tampa group has been living in the Voice of Freedom Park on Main Street and Albany for almost a year. Councilman Reddick said right now, the original members of the group are gone and there appears to be no designated leader or spokesperson for the group. Some residents and busi ness owners have said they are fine with the group being there, while others have said they are a nuisance. "The West Tampa CDC and other West Tampa lead ers are supposed to meet with the group Saturday to find out what's going on." Councilman Reddick said the Council will review a petition signed by residents in West Tampa who want them removed. "I haven't spoken with Joe Redner (the property owner of Voice of Freedom Park)." Councilman Reddick said on the 19th, a representa tive from the Tampa Police Department and City of Tampa Code Enforcement will be at their meeting and there will be a discussion of the 19 calls police have re ceived on the camp since De cember 2011. I've gone by the camp, and there appears to be not as many tents as before, said Councilman Reddick. "But, I did see a huge drum barbecue grill at the camp. We don't know how they are sustaining themselves, and we're trying to find out if they are actually Occupy Tampa participants, or homeless people looking for a place to stay." Councilman Reddick also said it's important that he mentions he hasn't had any discussions about the re develop plans for West Tampa. "I do know there's a lot of misinformation going around. And it's going to take years for West Tampa to be developed, and it's not guar anteed it will happen." DACCO To Host Candidate Forum 2 !< On Thursday, August 2nd at 7:30 a. m., DACCO is asking the public to join them for their Candidates Forum. The Forum is scheduled to be held at the DACCO Center for Behavioral Health, 4422 East Columbus Drive. and substance abuse serv-..... ices. The forum will give prospective candidates a chance to discuss their plan to support funding for vitally needed mental health I\) A continental breakfast o .... will be served. N For more information or to RSVP, contact Linda Parrish at (813) 384-4201. SATURDAY AUGUST 18TH AT 6PM Gs Place 3040 W. cYPress St. Tampa, FL 33609 PREREGISTRA110N REQUIRED TO RECEIVE YOUR FREE BACKPACK! CAU. 813-642-7223 TODAY! MUST ATTEND EVENT TO RECEIVE BAa
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Peace Baptist Pastor Celebrates 3rd Anniversarv The Reverend Albert Gallmon, Jr. celebrated his 3rd anniversary recently with several guests sharing in the ser vices. (Photos by Julia Jackson) From left to right: Rev. Fred Sanders, Rev. and Mrs. Sylvester (Tammy) Robinson, 11 a. m. speaker; First Lady Wilma and Rev. Albert Gallmon, Jr. and Deacon Kenneth Forward. Peace member Carol ii: at the anniversary 0 service One of the ushers on duty, Billy Daniels. ...I I.L 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Bullclng Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop Forec:loMwe & Creditor's REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Specializing In The Followng Areas: Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 &13 Child Support Probate & Wills Guardianship Personal Injury lmigration REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. SL John Progressive Choir #2 Celebrates Anniversarv The No. 2 Choir at St. John Progressive M. B. Church celebrated its 69th Choir Anniversary recently. Johnnie Mae Davis is the Choir President and Rev. Bartholomew Banks, Sr. is the pastor. Deacon John Brittingham, Sr. presided over the program. Also on the pro-gram were Cheryl Jackson, Annie Simmons, Lois Worlds, Male Chorus of St. Luke AME Church, the Highlandaires, Sons of Allen Choir of Greater Mt Carmel AME Church, the Nunn Sisters, Rev. David Jones, Deacon Isaac and Betty Gallmon, Deacon James and Rose Watson, Faye Wingo, Veronica Deramus, Keith Smalley and Elizabeth Green. Dinner was served in the Life Center. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Deacon John Brittingham, Sr. presided over the program. Rev. and Mrs. Thomas (Shirley) Weeks and Mrs. Alma Hicks attended the program. Uretha Hawkins was also in attendance. Mrs. Geraldine Nunn, left, and her daughters-Janice, Valerie and Angela-were on the program. Vivian Simmons, Ronnie Deramus, Gloria Drungo, Rhonda Deramus and Pam Green. PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough Prosecutor-Depuiy Chief

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Local Harram Temple To Host Diabetes Walll BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, July 14th, members of the Harram Temple No. 23, Inc and the Daughters of Isis (PHA), will host a Diabetes Walk/Run. The event will begin at 12 noon, at the AI Lopez Park, 4810 N. Himes Avenue. The event is part of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine, (AEAONMS), Inc., National Diabetes Initiative. Noble Lesley "Les" Miller, Jr., is the Project Chairman. The purpose of the Walk/Run is to raise aware ness to a disease that affects the African American com munity Those participating in the walk will meet at Pavilion #302 at the park. AI Lopez Park offers a scenic walking area that consists of two miles The participants can elect to walk or run around the park t o complete the 4-mile walk. NOBLE LFS MILLER, JR. Project Chairman Diabetes is marked by high levels of blood glucose resulting from defects in insulin production, insulin action, or both. Considered one of the leading causes of death and disability in this country, diabetes can lead to serious complications and premature death. There are two types of diabetes. Only about 5% of Type 1 diabetes cases diagnosed affect adults. Most adults are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, which experts said can be prevent-ed or delayed in adults. Type 2 diabetes most often diagnosed in adults, takes place when the body does not make enough insulin or cannot use the insulin it makes effectively. According to statistics, people are more likely to be diagnosed with Type 2 dia betes if they: Have a family history of diabetes; are a member of an ethnic group such as African Americans; are overweight or obese; are 45 years old or older; had diabetes during pregnancy; have pre-diabetes (levels elevated but not enough to be diagnosed as diabetes; of have high blood pressure. People with diabetes can manage it by eating healthy foods, being physically active, taking diabetes med ication as prescribed, and testing blood glucose levels. Anyone wishing to learn more about the walk can contact Noble Miller at (813) 239-2719. Ybor Celebrates Alter The Storm Tropical Storm Debby dropped several inches of rain in the Bay Area. After the sun began to dry out, folks visted Ybor Square to celebrate. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Cousins Pop and Eddie Joe celebrate after the storm. Chefs take a break after the storm. Marvin said be made it through the storm. Communitv leader Meats With wast Tampa Group N 0 .... Last Thursday, West Tampa Riverfront Crime Watch and Neighborhood Association President, Ms. Ruth McNair, met with Michael Randolph and other representatives of the West Tampa CDC. The meeting was held to go over the plans for devel opment of the West Tampa area. Ms. McNair said she, along with residents from her community, left the meeting knowing what they would like to have, and what they dislike about the plan. "We know we would like to see a lot of things change in West Tampa. "We are aware that we don't have the TIF (Tax Increment Finance) dollars to do as much in West Tampa as they' ve done in East Tampa, but we all feel it can still be done in this com munity with the right part ners and investors. Ms. McNair said they want to make sure the peo ple of West Riverfront are treated fairly. She also said they feel the redevelopment plan will benefit everyone in West Tampa. "We know here are people involved in the plan who would be happy to see us all leave so they could take over the entire area. We know we have to keep an eye on these people to find out what they're up to. "We know there are some out there who see a bigger picture for the development of West Tampa, and have plans on the area south of I-4." Ms. McNair said the group has also talked about the issue of North Boulevard Homes being demolished, and they are all in favor of it. "The discussion about the future of North Boulevard Homes came up 6 years ago, so this is nothing new to any of us. "We'd also like to see Robles Park go as well, because the people that live N in both areas would have a chance to live somewhere ., better." 6 West Tampa resident, :::U ])wight Bolden, has g pledged to continue his en effort to see that the North m Boulevard Homes buildings north of Main Street are z declared a historic land-m rmark, and therefore can't be Ill demolished. C: I've been told there is no J= historical significance to those buildings, but for them z to be the first public housing "U buildings erected in the city, i that makes them historic. r"I think the Tampa en Housing Authority should ffi put money into rehabbing C those buildings, and improve the lapdscaping. I m think the cost would be a lot less if they did it that way." -t Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at en (813) or emailed at lcrews@fl.sentinel.com. c ., :!! c

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Trlcue Tame Tension And Beat The Blues Taking a soak in hot water eases muscle tension. It'll also cause you to lightly sweat, which helps your body release toxins that build up from a stressful day. Getting 7-8 hours of sleep every night helps you let go of remorse over the past. Sleep reboots brain areas that govern emotion, mak ing you more apt to focus on the positive! Keep Bugs At Bav The Natural wav Part tof2 Bugs vs. Chemicals It's a dilemma. On the one hand, there's West Nile virus, Rocky Mountain spot ted fever and Lyme Disease to worry about. On the other hand, recent research suggests that DEET (N, N-Diethyl-m toluamide) may have ad verse effects on the brain-especially in young children and a developing fetus. What's a parent to do? A number of herbs and essential oils have proven to be almost as lethal to pests as DEET, but without its po tential hazards to young children, Basil leaves and lemongrass can be crushed and rubbed directly on skin, and one study found that traditional thyme can repel mosquitoes as long as -or longer than DEET. There's even research showing that catnip oil is ef fective against certain species of mosquitoes, and celery extract has shown promise in the development of alternatives to conven tional chemicals Essential oils of eucalyp tus, cedar wood and cit ronella can also repel bugs. According to malaria re searchers, neem extracts have been found to repel mosquitoes for up to 12 hours. Probiotics And Weight Control If the trillions of bacteria in your stomach and intes tines were suddenly enlarged to human size, their activities might inspire the next Stephen King novel: a GI tract battle of good versus evil. Studies have shown that healthy bacteria, called pro biotics, plays a role in strengthening the immune system, improving dental hy giene, combating Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and diarrhea, and preventing uri nary tract infections. The absence of probiotics contributes to weight gain. To combat this problem, eat yogurt and kefir or take dietary supplements (in pills or capsules). Bacteria that are fried and stabilized in pills remains alive, but becomes active only when they are reintroduced into a moist en vironment. Also, if you find it hard to lose weight and have over weight or obese family mem bers, who also have difficulty shedding pounds, consider this. Your problem could be an inherited predisposition to packing on the pounds. A super easy way to over ride those genes: Walk! People who walk briskly for one hour per day, slash the impact of fat genes by an impressive so%. Read The label On Sunscreens When you buy sun screen, the last thing you want to wonder about is whether the product will actually work. However, not all sun screens are equally effec tive. The U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is implementing regula tions so consumers can shop more easily for the best sun protection. FDA is also considering a regulation that calls for all sunscreens with an SPF value of so or higher to bela beled simply as "SPF so+" since there's not enough evi dence indicating that SPFs over so have any additional protection. Although regulations are in effect this summer, FDA has extended the compliance dates for testing and labeling until December 27,2012, for most sunscreens. This exten sion was intended to avert a shortage of sunscreen prod ucts over the summer, ac cording to the agency. Naturally Safe In the meantime, some mainstream manufacturers continue to sell products that are mislabeled. Stay away from products with phony claims. 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From Tonia Turner If you're tired of flipping burgers, put some sizzle on the grill with your own spiced-up fajitas and soft tacos. Fajitas Your Way Put your own spin on Grilled Chicken Fajitas with these tasty ideas Ranch Style Add 3 slices of cooked peppered bacon diced to 1/2-inch strips of chicken. After peppers are sauteed, add diced tomatoes and mushrooms; heat through. Top with ranch dre ssing Jamaican Jerk Style Marinade Coat chicken with 2 teaspoons jerk seasoning and marinate. Vegetables Add 11/2 teaspoons jerk seasoning during saute. Salsa Combine 1/4 cup each diced papaya and pineapple, 3 tablespoons red onion, 1 garlic clove, minced 2 teaspoons l ime zest, 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice, 1 tablespoon minced cilantro anna e 1!2 cup coarsely chopped fresh cilantro /3 cup lime juice cloves minced garlic tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon each cumin and dark brown sugar 1!2 teaspoon kosher salt boneless skinless chicken thighs, 1j2"thick egeta es 1 each red and green bell pepper, cut into 1/ 4" strips 1 white onion, cut into 1/4" strips 1 tablespoon olive oil Kosher salt Condiments For 12 style white corn tortillas sour cream DIRECTIONS: In bowl mi x all marinade ingredient s. Place chicken breasts and marinade in a large sealable ag and marinate for 30 minutes in the refrigerator. Preheat grill. Remove chi cken from marinade and cook over high heat until browned on both sides and cooked rough 4 minutes per side until cooked to an internal temperature of 170 F. Remove and allow to rest 5 -10 min tes. Slice into 1/2-inch strips. Toss peppers and onion with a little olive oil and pinch of salt. Put a cast iron skillet directly on the hot coals, or n grill grates for gas grill. When heated add in the peppers and onions Continue to cook, stirring frequently, until ey are soft and nicely browned, about 5-10 minutes Heat tortillas on grill until warm. Assemble fajitas with vegetables, chicken and sour cream. anna e tablespoons each extra virgin olive oil and fresh lime juice teaspoon chili powder 112 teaspoon salt and black pepper boneless skinless chicken thighs Salsa 1112 cups chopped ripe tomatoes 1 ripe avocado, peeled and diced scallions, chop white part only 1/4 cup fresh cilantro, finely chopped 1 ta espoons nun J apeno 1 tablespoon lime juice kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper Condiments For Tacos 1 cup grated Monterey Jack cheese Iceberg lettuce 1 cup sour cream 1 tablespoon milk 1 can (15 ounces) black beans, DIRECnONS: To make marinade: In bowl whisk together marinade ingredients. Rinse chicken thighs under co l d water, and dry with paper towels. Put marinade and chicken in sealable bag. Seal bag and marinate overnight. To make salsa: Combine salsa ingredients, including salt and pepper to taste. In separate bowl, combine milk and sour cream. Preheat grill. Grill chicken over direct medium heat 8 to 10 minutes until meat is firm, and internal temperature reaches 170F turning once. Remove and allow to rest 5 to 10 minutes. Cut chicken into bite sized pieces. Place chicken, cheese, drained black beans, sour cream, salsa and lettuce in grilled tortillas. Add a dollop of sour cream N c .... N ., r 0 :!:! en m z -4 z m r m c: r r !!l z ., c: m r u; ::z::: m c m < m -4 c: m en c ,.. z c .... .... I m

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Nr-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Jlll's Financial Independence which you do not materially participate Examples would be income from rental prop erty, ro y alties from a book patent or other intellectual property. Earning money from internet advertisements, annuities, dividends and interest from invest ments can also be viewed as passive income "When you are financially independent, the way money functions in your life is determined by you, not your circumstances." Unknown Empowered greetings. Now that you are all done celebrating Independence Day let's focus on your fi nancial I-N-D-E-P E-N D E-N-C -E. The traditional defin i tion of financial independence is to possess suffi cient per s onal wealth to live indefinitely without having to actively work for basic ne cessities A more simple contemc porary definition of financial If independence would be to c have enough i ncome to sup Z port your self i n the life s tyle c( c (fJ w ::::) .... fi: w > w c w J: (fJ ::::i ID ::::) a. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::::) ID ...1 w z i= z w (fJ c( c a: 0 ...1 lL HART 2012 aM .. '' you desire and have money left over To be financially independent doesn't mean that you're rich. It means having enough and then some. So what's financially independent for you will be different than what it is for me. Most people generally trade their time for money by working as an employee or running their own business on a day to day operation. Fi nancially independent peo ple, however based on the traditional definition live off of accumulated personal wealth obtained from some means of passive income Passive income as de fined by the Internal Rev enue Service is income from rental real estate activity or trade or business ac tivity r If you want to increase the possibility of obtaining financial independence, then work on increasing your pas sive income and invest ments. Also, consider working on decreasing your expenses as financial inde pendence looks at how much revenue you have verses how much you re spending. Until next time, work on your financial independence. For, to be financially free is a notion worth celebrating To contact Selphenia Nichols-SimmonsEmail: the que e nofsuc c ess @ yahoo c Qll Follow her on twitter @ queenofsuccess1Facebook: Selphenia Nichols or call 813-956 0185. ID I N ,..... HART For more information call HARTinfo Line (813) 254-4178, TDD (813) 6l6or visit www.goHART.org Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority Understanding Our Spiritual Needs We are human beings and we all have needs. We need air to breathe water to drink and food to eat. We need to love and be loved. We need to learn to change and grow. We need to accept others and be ac cepted and appreciated by oth ers We are all unique and wonderfully made. Every day we encounter people with dif ferent attitudes and/or prob lems. Every day life poses questions How will you respond? We all have to search our hearts for answers to those questions We will either re spond spiritually or carnally. We will respond in faith or doubt. If we are Christians we ought to mo v e be y ond religion and be spiritual. Faith is trusting God de s pite the natural/ph y sical ob s tacles Pra yer is communicating with God. S a dly, t he no is e o f the worl d pre ven t s us fr om h earing the gentle v oice o f God with in Oft e n w e are so self a b sor bed t hat we can t see God o r i dentify His l ove ex pressed by others. Simplifying your life can helP: you find inner peace. Si lence, solitude and simplicity can increase spirituality. "The Supreme Court of the United States rules that The Fair Sentencing Act's new lower mandatory minimums apply to the post -Act sentenc ing of pre-Act offenders ." PART I UndertheAnti-DrugAbuse Act (1986 Drug Act), the 5and 10-year mandatory minimum prison terms for federal drug crimes reflected a 100-to-1 dis parity between the amounts of crack cocaine and powder co caine needed to trigge r the minimums. Thus the 5 -year minimum was triggered b y a conviction for possessing with i ntent to distribute 5 grams of crack cocaine but soo grams of po w der, and the 10y ear min i mum was triggered by a con viction for possessing with intent to distribute 50 grams of crack but 5 ,000 grams of pow der. The United States Sentenc ing Commission-which is charged under the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984 with writ ing the Federal Sentencing When I speak of spirituality I am not referring to religious affiliations. Spirituality is a be lief and practice that can be experienced within, or without an institutionalized organized religion. Spirituality prompts indi viduals to reflect on their lives and leads to a lifestyle change Spirituality brings clarity, di rection, continuity and in tegrity to our lives. Spiritual individuals will love their ene mies. Spiritual individuals will forgive those who say all man ner of evil against them Spiri tual individuals are not judgmental. Spiritual individuals will not allow envy, strife and bit terness to hinder their bless ings. Spiritual individuals obey the word of God Let us all say, More of God and less of me!" Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for right e ousness for t h ey will be fille d. (Matthew 5:5 KV J). Evangelist Dr. Reba Haley, Author of The Cov enant Connec ti on Your Best Marriage Now," www.re b ahale y com. Dr. Reba can be heard at Covenant Family Church, 6321 US Hwy 301, Riverview, FL 33578 every Sunday at 10 a. m. Guidelines-incorporated the 1986 Drug Act's 100-to-1 dis parity into the Guidelines be cause it believed that doing so was the best way to keep simi lar drug-trafficking sentences proportional, thereby satisfy ing the Sentencing Reform Act's basic proportionality ob jective. The Fair Sentencing Act, which took effect on August 3, 2010, reduced the disparity to 18-to-1 lowering the manda tory minimums applicable to man y crack offenders by in cr ea sing the amount of c r ack needed to trigger the s-year mini mum from 5 to 28 grams and the amount for the 10-year minimum from so to 280 g r ams while leaving the pow der cocaine amounts intact. It also dir e cted the Sen tencing Commission to make conforming amendments to the Guidelines as soon as practicable (but no later than 90 days after the Fair Sentenc ing Act' s effective date). The new amendments became ef fective ori November 1, 2010.

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"TT ::u Polk Countv Teacher Summer Program Offers Fun And Education At Girls Inc. of Lakeland, Kay Fields, Executive Director, the girls are taught to be strong, smart, and bold ... plus how to have great summer fun! During the 2012 summer, they are enjoying field trips, college tours, mov ies art, baking, soccer, a nd softball Thei r 'brain power and ser vice skills' are being enhance d in fun educational classe s that include: My Girlfriend Zelda, She's on the Money, Let's Move, Me and My Community, STEM Camp, Jr. Leadership Program, and Eager to Service with VISTE. Many thanks to Ms. Kay, Ms. Wendy, Ms. Shamille, Ms. Kadeazia, Ms. Briesha, Ms. Antoneisha, Ms. Quanjeana, Ms. Taylor, Ms. Monika, Ms. MyKeal, Ms. Brionne, Ms. A'Launda, and Ms. Pam, for making the summer a very special one for the girls who attend the Girls Inc. of Lakeland program! Seniors Enjoy Movie Day The Lakeland Housing Authority strives to make sure that their seniors enjoy their golden years. On Wednesday, June 27th, LHA hosted Movie Day at Gober Villa. The host-site was the Cecil Gober Villa Community Center. The seniors enjoyed free snacks and beverages while enjoying the feature movie 'Grumpy Old Men'. In attendance were: Dorothy Sanders, Willeen Cook, Mamie Locust, Betty Hills, Nannette Campbell, Patsy Ackett, Victor Sanchez, and Lala Collins. Movie Day is a heid twice each month. The last one was held on Wednesday, July nth. The featured movie will be 'Coming to America' starring Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall. On May 23rd, the seniors enjoyed 'Redemption Road' which was donated b y Ben Stevenson, LHA s new Executive Director. During the movie City of Lakeland Commissioner Phillip Walker and LHA Commissioner Dr. Bernice Evans, along with Earl W. Haynes, LHA's Resident Services Director and Stevenson, stopped by and surprised the seniors on that day. On that day, the snacks and beverages were donated by Commissio-ner Walker! Mosquito Warning Issued In Polk County On June 21st, the Polk County Health Department (PCHD) issued a warning suggesting that the public take precautions to protect against mosquito-borne illnesses. The PCHD is concerned that the recent heavy rainfall in Polk County could cause an increase in mosquito activity. Safety precautions, rec ommended by PCHD include: (1) Persons who must be outside especially during the dawn and dusk hours should wear clothing that covers most of the skin; (2) Use repellants that contain up to 30% DEET. Picaridin, oil of lemon, euca lyptus, and IR3535 are also effective. PCHD warn that some repellents are not suit able for children, so be sure to carefully read the label on the repellent's container; (3) Clean out eaves and gutters; (4) Change water in bird baths, animal feeding dishes, and plant trays at least once per week; and (5) Remove old tires or drill drain holes in those that are used on playgrounds. Birthday Greetings Belated Happy Birthday! wishes are extended Clearwater lady, Christine Dudley, who celebrated another natal day on July 10th May God continue to bless you with many, many more days of your life! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out! This week Shaw-Nuf Talk gives a Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out to Ernest Joe, the new Polk County Schools Senior Director of Diversity Management. He began his career with Polk County Schools in 1981 as a Social Studies /Geography Instructor. Mr. Joe has served as Principal of Auburndale High School and Tenoroc High School. On July 1, 2012, Joe began serving in his new capacity of Senior Director. Congratulations, Mr. Joe! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk 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-Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! !< Honored For Excellence : 0 ... On May uth, the House of Blues in Orlando was the host-site of the 33rd Annual Governor's Awards for Excellence in Teaching Economics. During this event, the Florida Council on Economic Education (FCEE) and Publix SuperMarkets Charities announced Crystal Lake Middle School teacher, Dr. Antionette Wilcox as the recipient of this year's Charles Harper Economic Educator of the Year award. The Charles Harper Economic Educator of the Year Award honors recipients for their contribution to improving economic education on a broader scale throughout their school dis trict. DR. ANTIONETfE WILCOX It was shared that in her classroom, Dr. Wilcox searches for a balance between teaching the funda mentals of economics and life lessons. Her goal is for stu-dents of her classroom to N become better at working as a team player, are more creative and better critical thinkers. Dr. Wilcox has been a leader in the field of econom ics and personal finance for more than thirty years. The Crystal Lake Middle teacher has been a leader in the field of economics and personal finance for more than 30 years Since 1987 Dr. Wilcox has contributed economic projects to the National Economics Council. In Polk County, she' s been very involved in the development of similar projects. Dr. Wilcox also serves as a mentor and instructor to her peers. Girls Inc. II lakeland's 2012 She Knows Where She's Going Awards luncheon "TT r 0 :!! c fJ) m Z -1 z m r aJ c: r rz Recently, Girls Inc. of Lakeland hosted its annual 2012 She Knows Where She's Going Awards luncheon. More than two hundred dig nitaries, local business repre sentatives and others were in attendance. Mrs. Barbara Carpenter, Lakeland businesswoman, is shown with her brother, Reverend Billy Shaw. Earl W. Haynes, LHA Resident Services Director, with first-time She Knows Where She's Going luncheon guest, Gwen Collins. Among the numerous guests were City of Lakeland's Mayor Gow B. Fields and The Honorable Judge Timothy Coon of the Polk County Court. The host-site of the event was The Lakeland Center. The annual luncheon is one of the fundraising aJ sources that support programs of Girls Inc. For fur::z: ther information about Girls Inc. of Lakeland, contact Kay Fields, Executive Director at (863) 682-3002. < -1 c: m fJ) c z c Praise Dance group Order My Steps performed during the ,.. SKWSG awards luncheon. aJ

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National ,... ::J ..., c a: LL. Mom Who Accidentallv Kills Son, Burns Herself To Death TONI A. MEDRANO And SON MINNESOTA -Toni Annette Medrano, the Minnesota woman who allegedly suffocated her 3week-old infant son by sleep ing on him after drinking a heavy amount of vodka last drinking a fifth of vodka before falling asleep on her son, subsequently smothering him to death. The show dubbed Medrano as the "Vodka Mom." > November, has died after set ting herself on fire. 0: Medrano's tragic suicide u.. comes less than one month C after she was torched as a :i horrible mother on a June 11 > segment of the "Nancy On July 2, she doused her self with a flammable liquid and set herself ablaze in her mother's backyard. She was rushed to a local hospital where she died five days later. Police said she was "despondent and suicidal over personal issues." Grace" show on the NLN cable news channel. As NewsOne reported on June g, Medrano was charged with manslaughter after allegedly Her husband, Jason Medrano, felt the segment was cruel. Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal RJghts? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans A.vGIIDha.. With NO CREDIT EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 & Up) NAACP: Voter ID Fight Akin To '&OsBanles BENJAMIN TODD JEALOUS HOUSTON, TX -The head of the NAACP says the group's fight against conser vative-backed voter ID laws that have been passed in several states is akin to the great civil rights battles of the 1960s. Benjamin Todd Jealous, the CEO and president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, told delegates at the group's annual convention on Monday in Houston that these are Selma and Montgomery times. He was referring to historic civil rights confrontations in Alabama. Many conservatives say voter identification laws are needed to stem voter fraud. Critics say voter fraud is rare and such laws are meant to suppress turnout among groups that tend to vote Democratic, including minorities. Jealous says the rising tide of vote suppression must be overwhelmed by registration and mobiliza tion. PERSONAL INJURY & AUTO ACCIDENTS BARBAS SANDERS BUTLER&HoVSEPIAN .G"l'OitNft8 AND OOUMSIILOit8 Ja LAW Jimmie Butler Automobile Aooldenta Motorcycle Accldenta Slip nd FJI Wrongful Death 1802 WEST CLEVELAND STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 33808 813-254-6652 Katherine Agl..,o ao.tl"-t Sid AOctdenta Defective Producta All Injury Clelma Clothing Of Missing Mentallv Disabled Woman Found PALM BAY, FL Marsharie LemonsGarrett, described by fami ly associates as emotionally troubled, was las.t seen by Marsha Muhammad, her mother, on June 22. Detectives say there is no immediate indication of any foul play or an abduction. Her family said LemonsGarrett frequently walked in and around the wooded area. Her socks and shoes were also found in a nearby wooded area the same day she was reported missing. At least so people showed MARSHARIE LEMONS GARRETT up at Shiloh Christian Center to participate in a grassroots effort to find Marsharie, 22. Hug Triggers Ofticer's Gun, Kills Woman DETROIT, MI A woman celebrating the weekend before her 25th birthday was fatally shot Sunday when she hugged an off-duty police officer while dancing at a party, causing the officer's service weapon to fire, according to police and her mother. Adaisha Miller would have turned 25 on Monday, according to her mother, Yolanda McNair. According to Stephens, the woman "embraced the officer from behind, causing the holstered weapon to accidently discharge." The bullet punctured Miller's lung and hit. her heart, and she died at a hospital. ADAISHA MILLER Stephens said the Detroit officer will remain on administrative duties while authorities investigate the shooting and report their findings to the Wayne County prosecutor. The offi cer's name was not released. Mom Arrested After Missing Babv Is Found Face Down In Street TULSA, OKLA. -Myia Natrice Cole of Tulsa, Oklahoma has been arrested and is being held on a felony child endangerment complaint after her baby was found in the middle of a road. Cole reported her 11-month-old infant son miss ing on Saturday night. When an officer arrived at Cole's residence, he noticed that she and the other parent were "extremely intoxicat ed." The officer also wrote in a police report that the parents were so drunk that they could not provide informa tion on where they think the child could be. Police did find a witness who said she picked up Cole near North Frankfort Avenue in Tulsa. MYIAN.COLE When police drove back to the location, they found a child's car seat facing down in the middle of the avenue. When an officer lifted the car seat, the baby was still inside. He was dehydrated, but OK otherwise. The child was placed in the custody of the Department of Human Services.

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II .. I ,:. LEGAL NOTICE 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 111-222n SCIBECK LAWRENCE K 7210 S KISSIMMEE ST ., AlB TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-48 19-231 AND 19 232 PORT TAMPA CITY MAP N 11 FT OF LOT 23 AND LOT 24 AND S 19 FT OF LOT 25 AND S 1 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON BLOCK 14 2 138790 0000 CASE 1112-Q1271 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 PH ILI P 2ND ADDITION LOT 15 BLOCK 8 ABUTT ING THEREON BLOCK 61 178464 0000 CASE 1112-Q1471 CHAMBERS, AMY 1901 W. ARCH ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19 16 AND 19-49 BENJAMIN S 2ND ADDIT I ON TO WEST TAMPA LOT 24 BLOCK 13 178133 0000 CASE 1112-Q2415 RODRIGUEZ, CARLOS L RIVERA, ELIZABETH 4308 W. CARMEN ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19 26 19-49 AND 19 -231 HANAN ESTATES LOT 7 BLOCK 9 AND N 1 OF ALLEY ABUTTING ON S 114936 0000 CASE t 12-113673 BRYANT, ORA LEE 1322 W GRACE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 19-50 AND 19-56 COLLINS PHIL I P 2ND ADDITION LOT 11 BLOCK 9 178482 0000 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CASE I 12-o4030 MORRIS URBAN DEVELOPMENT LLC 4807 W PAUL AVE ., TAMPA FL SECTION : 19-49 BAYBRIDGE REVISED LOT9 BLOCK 4 131905.0000 CASE I 12-o4125 SOUTH WESTSHORE INVESTMENT GROUP LLC 6815 S. WEST SHORE BL., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49, 19-50 AND 19-56 PRESCOTT'S C W ADDITION TO PORT TAMPA CITY S 1 OF LOT 4 LOTS 5 AND 6 AND E 1 OF ALLEY ABUTTING SAID LOTS BLOCK 53 AND LOTS 11 AND 12 & S 1 OF LOT 13 AND W 1 OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUTT I NG SA ID LOTS ON E AND E 1 OF CLOSED MASCOTTE ST ABUTTING ONW BLOCK 53 138390 0000 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 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 #12-Q5590 SURAEZ MARCELO 114 W AMELIA AVE ., TAMPA FL CODE SECTIONS : 5-104.3,5-108 4 5 105 1 MUNRO AND MC INTOSH S ADDITION E l-2 OF LOT 5 BLOCK 6 19183 1 .0000 CASE I 12-Q5595 MCCULLARS BRYAN K. MCCULLARS, SHARON G 5201 E. BUSCH BL., TAMPA FL CODE SECTIONS : 5 104 3 5-108 4 5 105 1 TEMPLE TERRACES E 132 25 FT OF N 250FT OF LOT 45 142863.0000 CASE t 12-o5615 MARTIN, JAMES E. MARTIN KIM K. 6807 S. HESPERIDES ST., TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS : 5-104-.3.5-108. 4,5-105 1 MACDILL HOME PROPERTIES INC S 30 FTOF LOT 3& E Y.t OF ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON AND N 20 FTOF LOT 4 AND E Y.t OF ALLEY ABUTTING 138352 0000 CASE I 12-05622 RODRIGUEZ, LUIS GARCIA 3001 W SPRUCE ST TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS : 5-104.3, 5 08.4 5-105.1 MAC FARLANE PARK LOTS 33 TO 36 INCL BLOCK 54 1805 97.0500 CASE t 12-o&537 POLANCO, MARIA DELKARMEN 3507 N. 9TH ST TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5 108 4 5-105 1 FRANCIS S 51FT OF LOT 4 BLOCK 2 173216 0000 CASE t 12-o&538 ROLAND, NICHOLAS T. ROLAND, REBECCA L 207 W. HENRY AVE TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5-108 4 5-105 1 IDLEWILD ON THE HILLSBOROUGH EBO FTOF LOT7 AND EBO FTOF S Y.t OF LOT 8 BLOCK 20 162408 0000 CASE I 12-o6539 GREAR, JAMES H 8713 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 CASEI12-o&541 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 .. I INVITATION TO BID (ITB) DOCUMENT NUMBER B-Q11-12 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE SERVICES II The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting proposals from firms/individuals qualified in furnishing all labor, materials, equipment and accessories and services necessary or incidental to maintain the exterior landscaping (approximately 300 acres) at the TPA facilities. Interested firms must have an establ ished reputation for experience, reliability, and ability to provide services as required All f irms interested in participating in this ITB shall obtain a copy of the ITB Instructions and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101 Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602 Submittals are due by Friday, August 10, 2012, at 1:00 p.m. Responses will be opened at 1 :00 p.m. on the same date. A MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE AND TOUR will be held on Monday, July 23, 2012 at 8:30a.m. Prospective bidders are required to attend. Proposers not participating _in the mandatory pre-bid conference will be precluded from submitting a proposal for this project. Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB. The ITB is available through a link on the TPA web site (www.tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www.demandstar.com). Questions concerning this ITB should be directed to Donna Casey, TPA Procurement Department, at (813) 905-5044; e-mail at dcasey@tampaport.com; or faxed to (813) 905-5050. II EMPLOYMENT Job Opening Graphic Artist Must Be Proficient In Photoshop Freehand And Quark Must Apply In Person At The: Florida Sentinel Bulletin 2207 E. 21st Ave. Tampa, Fl 33605 Wednesday & Thursday <;)NLY 8 a.m.-12 p.m. No Phone Calls BLICATION DEADLINES uesdav Edition Thursday 0 12:00 RM. Friday Edition Monday 0 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1 Words And 60$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad II 'TI :!! c C'c: !:( ...... N 0 ...... N 'TI r 0 :!! en m z -t z m r OJ c: r r m :j z "tJ c: OJ r Ci5 ::::1: m c m < m -t c: m en c z c 'TI JJ c ...... U1 I OJ

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N .... ;:) "") ).;' a: u. c a: u. c z < c tJ) w ;:) w [U c w :1: tJ) ::i m ;:) a.. z ..J ..J ;:) m ..J w z t= z w tJ) C3 a: 0 ..J u. CONTRACTING & PROCUREMENT Invitation For Bid "PROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPING SERVICES" Bid No: FY2012-IFB-Q2 The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa (Authority) will receive sealed bids for "Professional Landscaping Services at various Housing Authority properties" until 2:00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa, Florida time) on Tuesday. July 31.2012 in the Board Room located on the first floor at 1529 W. Main St., Tampa Florida 33607, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after this time will not be considered. On Friday. July 13.2012 at 2:00p.m. (prevailing Tampa, Florida time), the Housing Authority of the City of Tampa will conduct a Pre-bid conference _in the Board Room located on the first floor at 1529 W. Main St., Tampa Florida 33607. Copies of this Invitation for Bid are available on THA's website at www.thafl.com/depts/procurement; or can be picked up at the Pre-bid Conference or from the Contracting and Procurement Department on. the second floor of the Main Administrative Office, Room 213. THA will conduct a site visit at the conclusion of the Pre-bid Conference for those in attendance. All Jr:tterested bidders are strongly encouraged to attend the pre-bid conference, the site visit and the bid opening. Persons who require special accommodations should immediately contact the THA Contracting Office at (813) 253-0551 extension 390. II THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF TAMPA Jerome D. Ryans, EMPLOYMENT Request for Qualifications (RFQ) CEO Roundtable Coordinator Children' s Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY www.ChUdrn&8or d o r t The Children's Board of Hillsborough County has issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a Coordinator to support the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Roundtable. The CEO Roundtable is a county-wide initiative consisting of public and private partners whose mission Is to create an Integrated outcome-based system of care for children and families In Hillsborough County. The Coordinator will serve as an independent contractor. For more information visit: www.ChildrensBoard.org. II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 09-CA-015953 DIVISION H DEUTCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR LONG BEACH MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2006-8 PLAINTIFF, vs. ANTHONY J. CAM, ET AL. DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Uniform Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated June 19th, 2012, entered in Case No. 09-CA-015953, in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, wherein DEUTCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR LONG BEACH MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2006-8 is Plaintiff, and ANTHONY J. CAM are Defendants, the Clerk of the Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at 10:00 a.in. on the 27th day of September. 2012, the following described real and personal property in Hillsborough County, Florida: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 6, BLOCK 3, OF NORTH LAKES, SECTION 'D', ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 50, PAGE 7, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 16202 LAKEHEAD COURT TAMPA, FL 33618 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INT.EREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FLIE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. "If you are a person with a disability who requires accommodations in order to participate in a court proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, the provision of certain assistance. Individuals with a disability who requires special accommodations in order to participate in a court proceeding should contact the ADA Coordinator, Administrative Offices of the Courts, 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602, Phone (813) 272-7040, Hearing Impaired: (800) 955-8n1, Voice Impaired: (800) 955-sno or email ADA@fljud13.0rg at least seven (7) days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days. Dated at Tampa. Hillsborough County. Florida this 6th day of July. 2012. PAT FRANK WITNESS my hand and seal of this court CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT lsi FELICIA PATTERSON As Deputy Clerk Classroom Teacher Must Have 45 Hours HS Diploma Working Towards Or Recently Completed CDA Reliable can (813) 956-2920 Established Salon Seeking Highly -Talented Stylist Must Be Professional, Friendly And Courteous Call Jackie @ (813) 728-4530 Or (813) 654-0861 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTING CLERK II $26,332 BUSINESS ANALYST II (AUTOMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPORT) $43,097 INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROJECT MANAGER (SHAREPOINT ADMINISTRATION) $65,124 LEGAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT $40,768 MANAGER (DEVELOPMENT REVIEW) MANAGER (REAL PROPERTY SECTION) $71,884 $71,884 SYSTEMS COORDINATOR (ESSENTIAL SERVICES & CONTROL) VEHICLE SERVICE DISPATCHER $40,768 $23,462 See our web site at http://www hccsb .org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. 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::xJ c !:( IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 11-CA-004872 DIVISION "G" FRIENDS BANK, a Florida corporation PLAINTIFF, vs. GABRIELLE A. GEORGE, et al., DEFENDANTS AMENDEND NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Summary Final Judgment entered in this cause I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on July 25. 2012, at 2:00 p.m. on the 2nd Floor, of the George E. Edgecomb Building Room 201/202 Located at 800 East Twiggs Street i n Tampa, Flor i da the following-described property set forth in the Order o r Final Judgment: Unit No. 813 of Parkcrest Harbour Island Condominil,!m a Condominium, according to The Declaration of Condominium recorded in O.R. Book 14790, Page 622, and all exhibits and amendments thereof, Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida. PIN #A-24-29-18-825-QOOOOQ-00813.0 ANY LEINHOLDER CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FUND FROM THIS SALE, IF ANY, MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 45.031 (1 )(a), FLORIDA STATUTES. "If you are a person with a disability who requires accommodations in order to participate in a court proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, the provision of certain assistance. Individuals with a disability who requires special accommodations In order to participate in a court proceeding should contact the ADA Coordinator, Administrative Offices of the Courts, 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602, Phone (813) 272-7040, Hearing Impaired: (800) 955-Bn1, Voice Impaired: (BOO) 955-Bno or email ADA@fljud13.0rg at least seven (7) days before your scheduled court appearance ; or Immediately upon receiving this notification If the time before the scheduled appearance Is less than 7 days. DATED 29th day of June. 2012. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT lsi FELICIA L. PATTERSON As Deputy Clerk ET NOTICED ... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora @ (813) 248 Fax To: (813) 248 or Email: ledwards@ftsentinel.com INVITATION TO BID (ITB) DOCUMENT NUMBER B-Q11-12 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE SERVICES The Tampa Port Authority .(TPA) is soliciting proposals from firms/individuals qualified in furnishing all labor, materials, equipment and accessories and services necessary or incidental to maintain the exterior landscaping (approximately 300 acres) at the TPA facilities. Interested firms must have an established reputation for experience, reliability and ability to provide services as required. All firms interested in participating i n this ITB shall obtain a copy of the ITB Instructions and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101 Channelside Drive 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602 Submittals are due by Friday, August 10, 2012 at 1 :00 p m Responses will be opened at 1 : 00 p.m. on the same date A MANDATORY PRE-BID CpNFERENCE AND TOUR will be held on Monday July 23 2012 at 8:30 a.m Prospective bidders are required to attend. Proposers not participating in the mandatory pre-bid conference will be precluded from submitting a proposal for this project. Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB The ITB i s avail able through a link on the TPA web site (www.tampaport.com) and the DemandSta r System (www.demandstar.com). Questions concerning this ITB should be directed to Donna Casey TPA Procurement Department at (813) 905-5044 ; e-mail at dcasey@tampaport .com; or faxed to (813) 905-5050. INVITATION TO BID The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY hereby issues Public Notice of its intention to receive sealed bids at the office of the Authority located at 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, Florida, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read aloud. Sealed bids are invited for the following: RE-BID 112 ESCALATOR CLEANING, RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM BID OPENING DATE/TIME/LOCATION: TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2012 @ 10:00AM AT THE TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY OFFICE Bid packages will be available for distribution and pickup at the Tampa Sports Authority office after 10:00 am on Monday, July 16, 2012 or online at www.tampasportsauthority.com. Further details and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Tampa Sports Authority by calling (813) 350-6500 Extens ion 6511 Site visits will be scheduled between 9am 2pm on Wednesday July 25, 2012 Please contact Jim Duffy, General Manager at (813) 350 6529 The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive irregularities if any, and accept the bid which in the judgment of the Authority, is determined to be in its best interest. Dated at Tampa. Florida this 3rd Day of July 2012. /ss/ Jeanette Baker Director of Finance & Administration TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY II II The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Estate Telemarketing Sales Must Have Great Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base High PayOuts Immediate Advancement Paid Training $24k$50k Start Immediately Call Basla McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 FOR SALE Occupied Investment Property 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Condo New Roof, CHA Pri vacy Fence Extra Storage $52,500 Call (813) 843-2309 Or (813) 842-2939 FOR RENT North Tampa 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Townhouse Large Fenced Yard Ceramic/Carpet No Pets WDH, CHA Section 8 (813) 949-3482 USFArea 13050 N. 20th Street 2 Story 2 Bedroom Town home Free Water Optional Washer/Dryer Section 8 Ok Free One Month Only $685 00 Call 813-22Q-3633 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT II II r-0 ::xJ 'C/) m z ::1 z m r-aJ c: r r m ::1 z "'0 c: I:JJ r-c;; :::: m c m < m -1 c: m en c > z c :!! c

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