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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area 41. cc c a: c ...I u.. I I SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 95 TUESDAY, JULY 17,2012 24 PAGES 75 UNCFToHost first Walk for Education SEE PAGE 11 FAMU Alumni Urged To Take Active Role SEE PAGE 11 ManGuiltVOf Murder For Hire Plot SEE PAGE 2 ROIRES A H E R 40 YEARS OF lOYAl SERVICE More than 200 family members and guests joined Carolyn J. Banks to celebrate her retirement July 7, 2012. Guests were in attendance from Washington State, Dallas, Chicago and Gary, Indiana. The event was held at the USF-Gibbons Alumni Center on the campus of the University of South Florida. Renee Brown was the Mistress of Ceremonies. Mrs. Banks held several positions over the years at State Farm Insurance Company. She is affiliated with numerous business, professional, social and civic organizations. She is an active member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church. Mrs. Banks, seated, is shown with her sisters: Maxine Jackson, Norma Reese, Vivian Reese, Shirley Reese, Janice Reese and Ruby Bunts. (PHOTOGRAPH BY J U LIA JACKSON)

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Nr--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------..-Companv Ordered To Reimburse Legal Fees 01 ffi former Commissioner ::) 1-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last year, a local court ruled that an insurance com pany was liable for the legal fees of a former County Com missioner. However, the in surance company, State National Insurance Com pany, appealed the decision. Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals, for the 11th Cir cuit in Atlanta, upheld the district court's decision or dering the company to reimburse former County Commissioner Kevin White for his attorney's fees. In 2009, a federal jury ruled that White, who was then a County Commis sioner, had sexually harassed his former aide, Alyssa Ogden. The jury awarded Ogden $6o,ooo for mental anguish and $15,000 in medical expenses It also awarded her attorney $203,000. White requested that his attorney's fees of $157,730 be paid, but the insurance com pany refused. His attorney filed a lawsuit and the dis trict court ruled in White's favor. Former Hillsborough County Commissioner The court ruled that White was entitled to the fees regardless of the jury s verdict. At the time of the lawsuit, Hillsborough County had also satisfied its $350,000 deductible. The insurance company only paid the county $65,989 after the de ductible was met. White was later con victed of several charges in federal court including ac cepting bribes while serving as the Chairman of the Hills borough County Transporta tion Commission. He is currently serving a 3-year prison se ntence on that con viction. f.cLlD-w u,. ....... www.tw1tter.com/ h FLSENTINELB The Natlonll Aaoclatlon for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), George Edgecomb Ba. r AssociatiOn (GEBA) And Tampa Orpnlzltlon of Bilek Affairs (TOBA) Will Be Hosting A Pol I Forurn Thursday, July 19, 2012 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Greater Tampa Association of REALTORS 2918 West Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, FL 33609 M"t and gr .. t candidates for the upcoming election! **Feature Debates** School Board District 6 Doretha Edgecomb and Henry J Ballard Jr. Supervisor of Elections Richard Glorioso Craig Latimer, and Thomas Scott Stat. Representative District 61 Betty R"d and Tatiana M. Denson School Board District 7 Carol Kurdelf, Carl Francis, Terry Kemple Robert Joseph "Joe Robinson, Jr., & Michael vve:stotu Man Found Guiltv Ollurder For Hire A federal jury found a 26year-old Tampa man guilty of trying to have another man killed. The two men were de fendants in a drug case. According to court documents and testimony, Asieba Imadjami Thomas was in jail on May 3, of last year, on charges of possession of crack cocaine with the intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of a public school. He was sentenced to 17 years and 8 months in fed eral prison for the federal drug violations stemming from this arrest. While in jail, Thomas al legedly approached another defendant and offered to murder that person s co-de fendant to prevent him from testifying in court. Thomas was released from jail after posting bond on June 3, 2011. After being released from jail, Thomas met with the individual and ASIEBA THOMAS discussed committing the murder in detail. Thomas allegedly wanted a $40,000 payment, in part with cocaine and $2o,ooo in cash after the crime was committed. He also asked the other man to provide the gun to commit the murder. According to court docu ments, Thomas told the man that he would bury the body in the countryside and then he would disappear after the crime was commit ted. On September 7, 2011, Thomas met with the indi viduals twice. During the sec ond meeting, Thomas accepted three quarters of a kilogram of cocaine and a gun. He was arrested imme diately after the transaction was completed. Thomas was indicted on the murder for hire charge on October 27, 2011. He was convicted of mur der for hire, possession and attempted possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine, being a felon in possession of a handgun possessing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, and a crime of violence. He will be sentenced on October 4, 2012. Group Spearheads EHort To Get Pharmacv On Main Street BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter There has been a great void in West Tampa since the Eagle Drug Store closed over 20 years ago. The store had been a great convenience to seniors in the area who could either walk from their homes or take a short bus ride to get their prescriptions filled. Now seniors in the area have to either take longer bus rides, have their prescrip tions delivered or get some one to take them to the nearest pharmacy. West Tampa Cultural So ciety Founder Huey Johnson, said community support is needed to bring a pharmacy back to Main Street. "We have a piece of prop erty at 1714 West Main Street that would be the perfect lo cation for the pharmacy. But, without community support, it will never happen. "We need to bring pros perity back to our commu nity, and this is a step in that direction. We spend millions everywhere else, and now it's time for us to invest in our own community." Johnson said they are setting up an account for donations from people in the community who think a pharmacy would be a great idea, and can see how it could lead to jobs for people in West Tampa. We're not talking about a major pharmacy. An inde pendent pharmacy would be just fine. But we need some thing, because I think it's time for Main Street, and the West Tampa community, to take a stand for their future. It' s time to decide if West Tampa will be supported by the people who have lived there for generations." Johnson is also spear heading an effort to get peo ple out to vote by creating a headquarters for registration and voting information. The location will be announced at a future date. Lanell Williams-Yulee For County Court Judge,Group 4 Candy lowe Campaign Manager (813) 394-6363 Jarvis EJ..Amin Campaign Consultant (813) 20 Years Experience Mother Of Four Children Wife Of LEO + Military Veteran Served As A Public Servant On Both Sides Of The Law Assistant Public Defender Assistant State Attorney Please Vote Early July 3oth Thru August 14th, 2012 @C. Blythe Andrews & West Tampa Ubraries For lanell Williams-Yulee For County Court Judge, Group 4

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Tranic .Accident Claims lite 01 Young Father A traffic accident early Friday morning claimed the life of a young Tampa father. The accident occurred at the intersection ofN. 56th Street and Harney Road at approx imately 2:30 a.m. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Terrance Price Davis, Jr., 28, was driving a 1996 Nissan Max ima northbound on N. 561 h Street. As he approached the intersection of Harney Road, the vehicle left the roadway, for unknown reasons. After leaving the roadway, the front of the vehicle struck a metal utility light pole and then a concrete power pole. Davis was transported to Tampa General Hospital, where he died of his injuries. A Tampa native, Davis was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Terrance (Sonya Gyton) Davis, Sr. He at tended the local schools of Hillsborough County. He had returned to school and was pursuing his GED at the time of his death, his wife, Mrs. Jasmine Davis, said. TERRANCE PRICE DAVIS, JR. 10/15/1985 to 7/13/2012 He has been employed at his family's business, Davis Masonry and Design, for several years since becoming an adult. Mrs. Davis said they were married at the new Bethel Temple of Deliver ance Apostolic Church, were they are both members. They were preparing to cele brate their 12th anniversary. They are the parents of two children, an 11-year-old son and a 9-year-old daughter. Mrs. Davis said her husband enjoyed spending time with his children and family, fishing, and basketball. She also said he always read his Bible. She last spoke with him shortly before the acci dent and he told her he was on his way home. "He was a wonderful per son. He had a very good heart and he was always doing something for other people. He was a wonderful wonderful man," Mrs. Davis said. Funeral services for Davis were incomplete at press time. Harmon's Fu neral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. Iris B. Holton, Sen tinel City Editor, can be reached at (813) 248-1921. oruanizauons To Host candidate Forum_ BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several organizations have united to host a Candi date Forum. The event, which will begin at 6 p.m., will take place at the Greater Tamp a Association of Real tors, 2918 W. Kennedy Blvd. The Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, Ms. Yvette Lewis, Political Action Committee Chairperson and the Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA), Jeffrey Rhodes, Political Action Chairman are spearheading the forum. Some other organizations include the George Edge comb Bar Association, the AKAs, the Omegas, the East ern Stars, the HBCU Alliance, and several other organizations. The Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP is ask ing the candidates to address their intents to make nega tives positives in five critical areas of Education, Eco nomic Development, Criminal/ Juvenile Justice, Health, and Civic Engagement The Candidate Forum is being held in combination with the branch's monthly meeting. The forum is a call to action for community in volvement and collaboration YVETTE LEWIS NAACP Political Action Chairperson between community entities to advocate. The forum focuses on local races that could be de cided during the primary next month. The highlight of the event is the four debates." Henry Ballard, Jr., is challenging Doretha Edgecomb, Hillsborough County District 5 School Board in cumbent. Rich Glorioso, Craig Latimer, and Rev. Thomas Scott are all con tenders for the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elec tions Office. There is no in cumbent for that seat. Titiana Denson is chal lenging incumbent Betty Reed for the State Repre sentative District 59 Seat. JEFFREY RHODES TOBA Political Action Chairman The final debate will in clude Hillsborough County School Board District 7 in cumbent Carol Kurdell and six challengers, Joseph Robinson, Jr., Terry Kemple, Carl Francis Kosierowski, Robert McElheny, and Michael Weston. Ms. Lewis said, Black History is being made through Joe Robinson. He is the first African American running in an at-large seat for the school board." Jeffrey Rhodes said "Hopefully, those who attend the forum will leave with a better understanding and the knowledge needed to make a better decision at the polls." Plant Citv Man Killed In Accident According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Nicholas Shakes, 27, was killed in an automobile accident early Saturday morning. Troopers said Shakes was traveling south on State Road 39 trying to turn left onto Trapnell Road. A sec ond vehicle, driven by Jonathan Forbes, 21, was traveling north on State Road39. During Shakes' left turn, he traveled into the path of Forbes's vehicle, resulting in Shakes' vehicle being hit on the passenger side. Both vehicles came to rest on the corner of the inter section. Shakes received fatal injuries, and was pro nounced dead at the scene. Forbes was reported to be in serious condition. The accident is still under NICHOLAS SHAKES investigation, and details about the accident are sub ject to change. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 IITOICCID FREE Professional Senice NP.UIS Alert: The florida law Stales That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss wages And Medical care ... Service Help from the lwliiWIV.I to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle &N'iiiAnte! 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What we saw or thought we saw was Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney getting his head handed to him by a group of not-too-amused NAACP members who were not happy about some of Mr. Romney's remarks. So, he got booed. That's what some of us thought we saw. But later in the day, we were told that what we really saw was Der Mittner sailing true to his Conservative form, staring down the faces of the NAACP lions, yet, refusing to budge an inch away from his Anti-Obamacare language or from his "give the Democrats Hell on Sunday.' demeanor. 11. Indeed, what we saw or what we thought was a fiasco Q we're told, told, then re-told was that what we really should have been seeing was President Barack Obama's absence at what no doubt, he should have attended since he and they were (WHAT??? WE DARE YOU TO SAY Q tn IT!). W But the Romney gaff wasn't the only media-political misread in the course of one week. Fast-forward to the same group (NAACP), but to a difW ferent man (Vice President Joe Biden). On our same > widescreen televisions, when Biden spoke, the audience W roared with approval. It was as if the day was Sunday and Biden was an itinerant minister. Amen? :Z:: Well, what we were later told was that Biden's sermon was little more than epic "Speechifying," a fictitious ID noun, which means "sounds good, but means nothing!" ::l What?? Is that what we heard, we who have weathered G. z a thousand storms? Certain politicians and media magit=W cians swear on a dictionary that's what we heard? ...J So, who do we believe? ...J Well, at last we have an answer. Based on our own ffi merits, and on what our history and common sense have shown us to be true throughout four centuries, we shall believe ourselves! ...J w z t= z w tn Federal Coons Protect And Sene within a week of each other, two federal courts ruled in favor of Americans' physical and environmental g health. Who knew? Few talked about it. 11. Most of us were aware that the U. S. Supreme Court had upheld President Obama's Affordable Healthcare Act, insuring physic8l and mental healthcare for more than 52 million uninsured American men, women, and children. But few imagined the Supreme Court decision would have to become a cop on the beat in order to make Conservative America do what it was mandated to do. In short order, the U. S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld the United States' Environmental Protection Agency's Authority (EPA) to protect our environmental health. Confirming EPA's authority to place restrictions on the release of greenhouse gases by cars and light trucks, and to place limits on emissions from major polluting industries, power plants, manufacturers etc., the Federal Appeals Court chastised states (including Florida) for using policy issues to attack the EPA. Indeed, the Appeals Court stated EPA had access to scientific data on rising global temperatures, rising sea levels and other information necessary to forestall the end of days. Therefore, Americans can breathe easier o::t knowing the EPA will continue to safeguard the environW mental health of our nation, and knowing this nation's Supreme Court has taken off its mittens and put on box ing gloves. Let the fight begin. Memorable Quotes Bv Famous Black People I have found that studying Black history often places the focus on the accomplish ments and contributions in centuries past of people of African descent. However, I have found that memorable speeches and quotes by many of them are timeless and could very well guide us in the world of today. Therefore, I will share some quotes made by fa mous Black men and women on a myriad of topics that I think you will find interest ing and perhaps, useful. On the subject of "time," one of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s memo rable quotes is "We must use time creatively ... and for ever realize that the time is always ripe to do right." On the subject of "doing the right thing," Dr. King stated, "The ultimate test of a man is not where he stands on positions of comfort and convenience, but where he stands on positions of chal lenge and controversy." So, on some questions, cowardice asks, 'Is a position safJ'?' Expediency asks, 'Is the position politics?' Vanity asks, 'Is the position popu lar?' But conscience asks, 'Is the position right?'" I thought of President Obama while reading the part about conScience. When it comes to life and adversity, I found author Jean Toomer's quote in structive. "We learn the ropes of life," he said, "by un tying its knots." Moreover, "You can't hold a man down without staying down with him," was a memorable quote from educator and founder of Tuskegee Insti tute, Booker T. Washington. On matters of race and color, Benjamin Banneker, who completed the street layout for Washington, D. C., stated, "The color of the skin is no ways con nected with the strength of the mind, or intellectual power." Black novelist Ralph Waldo Ellison was quoted as saying, "America is woven of many strands. I would recognize them and let it so re main Our fate is to become one and yet many." And then the "Father of Black History," Carter G. Woodson's memorable quote reads, "The race needs workers, not leaders. Such workers will solve the prob lems, which race leaders talk about." His comment is still appropriate for 21t century America. I would imagine that some of you might find the follow ing quote by Rev. Jesse Jackson enlightening since some Blacks and many whites have accused him of promoting "the blame game." or "playing the race card" During the height of the post civil rights era, Jackson stated, "Black Americans must begin to ac cept a larger share of respon sibility for their lives For, too many years we have been crying that racism and oppression have to be fought on every front. But to fight any battle takes soldiers who are strong, healthy, committed, well-trained, and confident. I don't believe that we will produce strong soldiers by moaning about what the enemy has done to us." Are you surprised? One last quote I found in teresting was one by French novelist, Alexander Dumas, a Black man who was born in 1802 and was quoted as saying, "Men's minds are raised to the level of the women with whom they associate." In other words today, men treat women with respect when we respect ourselves. Dumas and other famous Blacks not only left feats of brilliance, inventions and courage; they also left words of wisdom that still ring true today. Assuredly, the more things change, the more they will remain the same until we listen to the voices of our past. Until then, Harambee! 8 Percent 11 Blacks Can't Vote Becse 11 Felonv Convictions, According To New Report One of every 13 African Americans of voting age is disenfranchised because of state laws that prevent current or ex-felons from vot ing, a rate more than four times greater than that of non-African Americans, ac cording to a new report by the Sentencing Project. The Sentencing Project, a non-partisan group that ad vocates for alternatives to incarceration, used data from 2010 to estimate that s .8s million voting-age Americans will not be al lowed to cast ballots because of provisions that bar voting by people who have been convicted of felonies. Nearly 8 percent of Blacks are dis enfranchised by these laws, compared to about 2 per cent of Americans overall. In Fl9rida Virginia, and Kentucky, all of which bar not only people currently serving prison time for crimes but also ex-felons from voting, more than one in five Blacks are disenfran chised. The group estimates more than half of the people who can't vote have already served time and are not cur rently in prison. Under their laws, eleven states can per manently deny voting rights to at least some felons who have served their time and are no longer in prison or on probation. Total Felon Rates, 2010

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Cancer (June 21-July 22)-Take no guff. Scare your worries away. Your assertive side works for you today. It's tempting, but don't spend more than you have. Put your {eet up later. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Don't try to carry the weight of the world on you r shoulders. Contribute your grain of sand, but friends are there to help. Many hands make light work. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Sehedule meetings for today Work accomplishments raise your popularity. Your wealth is a result of your intention. Organization and creative thinking come easily now. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Home activities take energy. Let your creative powers flow, and provide service. Listen to the problem, solve it and improve your reputation Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Come out of your shell and enjoy the sunshine. There's so much to see and discover. Ask for what you've been promised. Think outside the box. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You get more accom plished when you work together, which is good because things are about to get busier. You gain career stature. Find an inspi ration hidden among the garbage. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Something's blocking the way. Work with it, and look at it from many angles. Get back to basics, even if you have to study. Spend time with someone you enjoy. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-A schedule conflict be tween romance and work threatens. Do one first, so you can concentrate on the other later. Don't lose sight of key commit ments. Have it all. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)The more love you give, the more you receive. Accept a creative challenge, follow the rules and be rewarded. Keep your promises. Aries (March 21-April19)-Take time to stay organized. Stick close to home for the next few days. Hit the books early. Friends and family believe in you. Plan a ltixurious evening later. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Your work impresses the judges. Strengthen your infrastructure for improved results. There's a lot to ]earn from the experience, even if you make mistakes. Watch out for deception Gemini (May 21-June 20) -You're in charge, and everything seems possible. Start by visualizing your next achievement (on paper). Get good rest before tomorrow so you can bring in extra bacon. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Liam begs for Hope's forgiveness after he makes a heartfelt confession; Brooke and Ridge prepare themselves to be a support system for Hope; Steffy sulks as she relives her encounter with Liam. Marcus and Dayzee make a big announcement about their wedding; Liam seeks out Steffy to tell her about his confession to Hope; Brooke learns that Liam didn't tell Hope the whole truth. Dayzee's friends throw her a bridal shower; Brooke confronts Liam about not telling Hope the whole truth; Steffy is not surprised when she receives a visit from Hope, but she is surprised by the message Hope delivers. DAYS OF OUR LIVESLucas tells Sami he's determined to make a go of it with her; Ian finds the envelope Kate was hid ing from him; Bo returns to Andrew's house with a search war rant; Sami questions EJ about the gloves. Carrie's feelings for Rafe come rushing back; Nicole, Daniel and Rafe go to the town square and hang posters regarding Melanie's abduction; Melanie awakens in the tunnels under Salem. Will loses an im portant letter; EJ finds himself alone with Sami, and the sexual tension between them intensifies; Abe plans a fund-raiser for autism research in Lexie's name; Nicole fights her conflicting feelings for Daniel and Rafe. GENERAL H OSPITAL Kate pays Joe Jr. a visit; Luke may be rescued; Lulu and Johnny prepare for the grand re opening of the Haunted Star. Todd freaks when he learns that Blair is coming to town; Heather employs the help of an old ac quaintance; Joe Jr. plans to bring down Sonny with some help. Todd asks Carly for help; Anna is led to believe the worst of Luke; Johnny's actions make things tense for Lulu and Dante. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Phyllis makes a stun ning confession to Nick, while Victor questions Nikki about her feelings for Jack. Nick is unable to forgive Phyllis for her ac tions, while Adam makes Kevin and Chloe an offer they can't refuse. Sharon deceives Victor to pursue Adam, while Christine is determined to have Phyllis arrested. ast Kassie Smith, Michael Reeves and Roberta Simmons attended the University of South Florida reception for Minority Business Owners. .... c: m en c :< c.. c: !< N 0 .... N ., 0 :::D g en m z m r m c: z "'0 c: m m :::E: 11'1 c m c! m i c ., :::D i

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c I About You! IIPPV BirthdiV Happy 6th birthday to our beautiful baby girl. Love: (mom) Jessica; (dad) Ty; Tyron and TJ. Our Militar.Y Men & Women Airman Completes Basic Training a: u.. Air Force Airman Daniel C. Rutledge completed reC quirements and graduated from basic military training. The ceremony took place at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio Texas. 0 The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program en that included training in military discipline and studies, Air w Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare princit-pies and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits to ward an associate in applied science degree through the Comw munity College of the Air Force. C Airman Rutledge is the son of Barbara McGreal, of Tampa. He is a 2010 graduate of Spoto High School. en ::J m Q. z tu ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ..J u.. Incorrect Photo In the Criminal Defense News & Analysis" column in the Friday, July 13, 2012, an incorrect photo appeared of the writer, Tim Bowers Rodriguez, Esquire. The Sentinel apologizes to Atty. Rodriguez Voters RegistrationYou have Until Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 -Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida General Election -Nov. 6 Local Banle 11 The Barbers Barbers throughout the city gathered at the Sons of Italy Hall for the Battle of Barbers" event on Sunday, July 8, 2012. Dale Horton hosted the event. (Photos by BRUNSON) Charlie and Sharen Robin son attended the event. Judges for Battle of the Barbers were: Nate Walker, Caterina Vanella, Latonya Oliver and Apoleon Moore. At the registration table were: Alice Moore, Herman Tim, and Maggie Powell. Some of the barbers at work on clients. Barber Charles works on C. Moore.

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NP---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Reli E:vent Progressive National Baptist Convention c en w :::J 1c a: LL c The Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc was held in Tampa at the Double Tree Hotel. Ministers and others from the southern states of the Convention gathered in Tampa for its meeting. One of the events was the awards ceremony. Reverend Dr. W. James Favorite is Vice President of the Southern Region. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, Vice President of the Southern Region and his wife, Mrs. Ann Favorite. Nathan and Fredricka Westbrooks were among those in attendance. The A. Leon Lowry Senior Statesman Award was presented to Rev. Stephen Saunders of South Carolina by Rev. Michael Harris. Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, C pastor of Beulah Baptist Church, is in the center. en w :::J 1> a: w > w c w :::1: en ::::i m :::J D.. Mother and daughter, Martha and Linda Shephard, at the program. z t= w ...J ...J :::J m ...J Guests in attendance included Margaret Fulton w and Joyce Mitchell. z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL Springhill's 98th Church Anniversary r:Tiieme: "91 Christ Centered Church" Colossians 1:13-20 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. REV. 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. REV. EUGENE GARNETT, Pastor Tampa, FL 33619 Rev. Larry D. Wright, Assistant Pastor at Beulah, attended the awards program. Robert Felder at :the program. Tamera, Ja'Niya and Javon Sanders attended the Progressive National Baptist Convention awards program. Guests also included Betty-Jo Hopkins and Vickye Byron. Shonda Phillips and Bernice Harvey attended the awards ceremony. Claudia Ross and Pat Ryans were in attendance. lJ,. ......... .. www. twitter. com/ / FLSENTINELB

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OrganizatiOnS To Host Financial Empowerment Seminar FRANKCRUM President of the City of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday evening, two organizations will join forces to host a seminar tar geting finances. The seminar will be held at the Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 E. Lake Avenue, begin ning at 6 p.m. The City of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc., and the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership will present the "Live Your Dreams" Financial Em powerment Seminar. It is designed to help con sumers concerned about fi nancial planning, reducing debt, saving a home, invest ing online, increasing savings and starting a small business. The event is free and open to the public. Frank Crum, President FYI PAMALA McCOY of BON.AsD Credit Consultants and WFLA News Channel 8 Financial Friday of the City of Tampa Black History Committee said, The City of Tampa Black History Committee and the East Tampa Community Re vitalization Partnership share a desire to see commu nities and individuals pros per despite the ebb and flow of the current economic cli mate. "An event like this, re minds some that it is never too late to better your finan cial outlook. For others, it is an opportunity to sketch out a game plan for living out their dreams. There is some thing at this seminar for everyone." The moderator for the event is Ms. Pamala McCoy, of BONAsD Credit Consultants and WFLA News Channel 8 Financial Friday segment. Others slated to Storm Debris, Residential Disposal Options The City of Tampa s Department of Solid Waste & Environ mental Program Management is preparing for storm debris cleanup for residents living in priority areas Collection began Thursda y Jul y 12, 2012 in the following residential boundaries: Area 1: Hillsborough River to the North I East Hillsborough Av enue to the South I I-275 to the West I and North 22nd Street to the East. Area 2 is bound by East Hillsborough Avenue to the North I East Martin Luther King Boulevard to the South I I-275 to the West I and North 15th Street to the East. Area 3 is bound by East Busch Boulevard to the North I Hillsborough River to South I I-275 to the West I and North 30th Street to the East. Residential customers wishing to schedule storm debris pickups are encouraged to call the customer service call center no later than Thursday, July 19, 2012 at (813) 348-nn, or contact the Department online via the customer service request center at http://www.tampagov.net/appl customer ser vice center/. Additional storm debris disposal options available to resi dents are as follows: McKay Bay Transfer Station with a current City of Tampa utility bill and driver's license, residents may drop-off brush and large bulky items free of charge. The hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. It is open on Wednesday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is closed on Sunday. Residents may also place storm debris at the curbside for collection. Debris should be placed away from obstructions such as mailboxes, parked vehicles fences, water meters, etc. make presentations at the seminar include representa tives from the City of Tampa Housing and Community Development Office, Wells Fargo, and Edward Jones. These individuals will share information on developing a financial recovery plan, avoiding foreclosure, saving for retirement, and building generational wealth. The seminar will feature a question and answer seg ment and those in atten dance can make appointments for one-on? one consultations. < Refreshments will be served. For additional information about the seminar contact Frank Crum at N (813) 274-7032 or email at cotbhc@gmail.com. SATURDAY AUGUST 18TH AT 6PM Gs Place ...._...: St. FL 33609 PRE REGISTRATION REQUIRED TO RECEIVE YOUR FREE BACKPACK! CALL 813-642-7223 TODAY! MUST ATTEND EVENT TO RECEIVE BACKPACK. DOOR PRIZES & FREE FOOD RUDEBWOY CALL 813-642-7223 FOR FREE AUDITION APPOINTMENT BY FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 C) m CD

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c; Loca Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternitv Black And Gold Ball .., The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Gamma Zeta Lambda Q Chapter, and GZL Educational Foundation held its annual f3 Black and Gold Ball to raise funds for scholarships. The event, held at the downtown Hyatt Regency Hotel, was well attended. Keith Harris was the event chair. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Q a: u. Q z < Q en w ::;) .... w > w From left are, Shannon Curry, Bruce Curry, Casey Curry, Taylor Curry, April Anderson and Anthony Anderson. Q w :::c en ::::; m The Oliver Family: Jasmine, Leonard, Belinda and ::;) Jacqueline Oliver attended the ball. D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) m ..J w z i= z w en < Q a: 0 ..J u. Prevention & Education Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (ReaQ Available *Patient Relaxation These guests are Wendell and Debra Duggins, Attorney Barbara Twine, Joycelyn Moore-Hill, Eric Hill, and Tom and Carolyn Davis. Seated, Geraldine Twine. Mr. and Mrs. Julius (Pam) Denson at the Black and Gold Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Manny (Jeanette) O 'Bryant were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Mack (Jeanette Delta President) Davis, III were also guests. These guests of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity were: Mr. and Mrs. Patrick (Samantha) Crews and Mr. and Mrs. Zannie (Brenda) Mount. Lashere_lle Harper and Mae McDonald. The Askew family: Lucinda, Ronald and Lindsey.

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Local MavorBob Buckhorn To Chair UNCF Walk UNCF Bay Area Leadership Council Lashon Henderson ofUNCF, D. Shenell Reed, Sherry Paramore ofUNCF, Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, Walk Chair Felicia Harvey and Nikki Foster. Inaugural Walk Aims to Raise $6s,ooo to Send Students to College The Bay Area Leadership Council of UNCF the United Negro College Fundthe nation s largest and most effective minority education organization, announced that it is hosting its inaugural Walk for Education on Satur day, Sept. 8, 2012, in Tampa at AI Lopez Park. Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn will serve as Honorary Chair. Members of the commu nity and friends of UNCF are invited to form a team, join a team or register as an indi vidual to help children get the education they need and our nation needs them to have. Visit www.uncf.org/tam pabaywalk for more informa tion and to pre-register. I am honored to serve as the honorary chair for the UNCF Walk for Education in Tampa," said Mayor Bob Buckhorn. "This event will help fund the education of more than 6o,-ooo students across the nation annually; that fact is more than enough incentive to rally together as a community to support this effort. UNCF is an outstand ing organization that has helped ensure a positive future by providing opportuni ties for our students get the educati on they deserve. Walk on-site registration begins at 7 a. m. and the Walk begins at 8 a. m. The registration entry fee required before the day of the event is $2o for adults 19 and older and $10 for individuals between the ages of 12 and 18. Registration is free for children 11 and under. Sponsorship packages are available. Sponsors for this year's walk include Citi, Fifth Third Bank, Florida Blue, Serenity Village, State Farm, Tampa Chapter of the Links, Tech Data, and Wells Fargo. Additionally, volunteers will be needed to help with set-up and operations, including maintaining Walk stations and clean-up. "We want the Central Florida Community to Walk for Education and help. build a more diverse workforce and strengthen the commu nity," said Curtis Stokes, chair of the Bay Area Leader ship Council. "Everyone who believes that 'A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Waste should come out, and inspire and empower our young peo ple to secure their passports to opportunity, college de grees." For more information on our Walk for Education or for sponsorship packages, please contact Tampa Walk Chair Felicia Harvey at tampabayareauncfwalk@gm ail. com FAMU Alumni Urged To Take Active Role ... Resigned as President ofFAMU BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday, the Florida A & M University Board of Di rectors held a meeting at 9 a.m. During the meeting, they unanimously accepted a modified letter of resignation from President James Ammons. They also ap pointed Dr. Larry Robinson, who served as the Provost, as the Interim Presi dent of the University. Mrs. Carolyn Collins, former Florida A & M Univer sity National Alumni Associ ation (F AMU NAA) President said Board Chairman Solomon Badger, III, made the motion to accept the modified letter and it was second. The motion allowed Dr. Ammons' resignation to take effect immediately, in stead of the required 90-day notice. "The decisions were made DR. LARRY ROBINSON ... Named Interim President quickly because the univer sity's need for stability, tran sition, and they decided to niake the decision to appoint Dr. Robinson today and not to l eave this lingering He has also served in that capac ity before," Mrs. Collins said. She further stated that alumni members should make plans to attend the next meeting tentatively planned for August 22nd and 23rd. It will take place at F AMU in the Lawson Gym. "F olks who want to make sure that there are no exter nal influences should make plans to attend this meeting. We are encouraging all grad uates to contact their local alumni presidents. In Tampa, contact Jackie Hearns, or attend the July meeting," she said. Dr. Robinson was serv ing as the Provost and Vice President for Academic Af-CAROLYN COLLINS ... Member ofFAMU Alumni Association fairs. His responsibilities in cluded the academic opera tion of thirteen schools and colleges within the Univer sity. The school has more than 13,000 students and more than 700 faculty mem, hers. 6 Dr. Robinson had :a joined the University in 2003. C In May 2010, Dr. Robinl> son took a leave of absence m from the University to serve as Assistant Secretary for z Commerce for Conservation m and Management at the National Oceanic and AtmosC: pheric Administration. He I= supported and managed NOAA's coastal and marine z programs. "'0 Dr. Robinson also sup; ported NOAA's participation r in the BP oil spill crisis and in President (Barack) Obama's Ocean Policy Task C Force. 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Comminee.wants More Anention Given To Abandoned Proaenies BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The District 5 Citizens Advisory Committee meets every month at the Lee Davis Center, and a recurring topic at all of their meetings is the growing number of abandoned pro perties in East Tampa Advisory Committee Chairman, David Denson, said they believe there is a direct connection to the rise in crime in East Tampa and abandoned properties. "We'd like to see something done about both problem, and the city' s Code Enforcement Division and District III patrol officers c are doing the best they can. ii: "The problem in East u. Tampa is the growing number of elderly residents who are having main taining their homes and lots because of their health and a lack of funds. Denson points out that > w ithout the help of volun ffi teer groups who help some > of the elderly residents with W home repairs and keeping ffi their lawns cuts, it would be a lot worse. :::l "Another problem we 're m facing is, some of the aban doned properties are being z maintained by the owners i= but developers come in, identify them as abandoned S properties, then use the city m to take them away from the uj owners. "We're asking for the own-DAVID DENSON ers of these properties to step forward and ask for help if they need it. We've got to find a way to stop this trend of these properties being lost through a process, or fined by Code Enforcement. Denson said there are some structures that need to be torn down, because they've been e yesores for decades. There's a building on the corner of 21st Street and Columbus that's been the site of several accidents over the years The building has n t been used for more than 20 years, and all the owners do is cover up the damage, and just let it sit there. "The bottom line is i t doesn t look good for aban doned properties to s i t and go to waste. We feel some could be converted into valuable resources the com munity could use." Middleton Alumni Familv And Friends Choir Presents ScholarshiP The Middleton Alumni Family and Friends Choir presented its 2012 scholarship recently. The $1,000 scholarship was presented to Carissa Bryant, center. She is shown with members Patricia Cooper, Carolyn Sullivan-Burney, Margaret O'Neal and Luvator Nelson. (Photo by Sylvester Harris USF Researchers Explore link Between zero Tolerance And Prisons No child or parent imag ines school serving as a pathway to prison Y e t Uni v ers ity of South Florida graduate stu dent Eric S. Hall and Ass istant Professor Zorka Karanxha have found this to be a consequence of Zero Tolerance school policies for certain groups of students. In their arti cle "School Today, Jail Tomorrow: The Impact of Zero Tolerance on the Over Representation of Minority Youth in the Juvenile System," published in Power Play: a Journal of Educational Justice, Hall and Karanxha provide a critical examination of how such policies are applied and what happens to the young people who aU-too often find them selves victimized by them. "In essence, we are wit nessing students who misbe have in school, doing things that are not a threat to public safety, being arrested and punished in the same way as those students who constitute actual safety threats. This practice results in the funnel ing of man y future contribut ing members of our societ y into juvenile facilities while perpetuating the marginaliza tion of our nation s most at risk students," they wrote Assistant Professor Karanxha is an instructor in the College of Education teaching graduate courses, focusing on educational leadership, culturally relevant leadership for social justice and organizational theory. Hall, who has nearly two decades of experience work-University of South Florida Assistant Professor Zorka Karanxha, left, is shown with graduate student Eric S. Hall. Photo by Aimee Blodgett, USF News. ing with juvenile justice had grown alarmed by what he has witnessed for many of the children served in this sys tem. He handed in a paper on zero tolerance in Assistant Professor Karanxha's organizational theory class. I could see that the poli cies that were landing these kids in the juvenile justice system and keeping them in were on their way to serious long-term negative implications," Hall said. Hall provided the narra tives of two students -Kevin and Ron -he encountered while working in the juv enile justi ce s ystem. "What we have is male students of color being pushed out of main stream educational environ ments and into the juvenile justice s y stem because of zero tolerance policy and its implementation practices. ... A combination of forces such as being late for school, excessive absences or just being and willful or talking back," Professor Karanxha said The article focuses on how excessive punishment has been directed at some of the students who have the greatest need for nurturing and support The practice of sus pension and expulsion for minority youth as a means of enforcing school discipline mirrors the racial dispropor tionality evident in the juve nile and correctional systems in the U.S. Hall and Professor Karanxha hope to see movement in a different direction -prevention o f school-based arrests and sup port to stay in school. The youth of today a r e not the enemy, but our future. Our commitme n t to the m their safety and their s u ccess is evident by the way we tre at nurture, and respect each child ... we need to clo se the pathway that takes stude nts from schools today, and places them in jails tomor row," Hall and, Professor Karanxha concluded. The complete article is available at http;/1-news.usf.eciu/article/tem plates/?a-4553&z-186.

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tJ) 4th 01 Julv Panv Jarvis El-Amin hosted a 4th of July Party at his home for several friends and acquaintances. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Fourth of July Party host, Jarvis El-Amin, right, with Me'Shay Holiday. Skye Hall, Hakim Aquil and Natasha Goodley were at the holidayparty. Belinthia Berry and Yvette Lewis were guests. J. T., Tampa's Dancing DJ, was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse (Michelle) Patty and City Councilwoman, Lisa Montelione and her guest were among the guests in attendance. Jackie Hearns, President of the Tampa Chapter of the FAMU Alumni Association, enjoying the party. "Teatime's" Candy Lowe was also a guest. Henry also enjoyed the party. invites you to support our phannacy retail building fundraiser. This building will be the first of this kind in West Tampa, it will be solar powered. To make this happen we need $85,000; No bank will loan it to us. So with your help, we can raise it. Whether you donate 0.50 or $50,000 it will be greatly appreciated. We are operating dba Blackmon's Last Stand. We call this Hood Aide 2012 Campaign to bring economics to save your own community. We can create jobs and have a better way of life. Please come and support our efforts, buy something. We only need 80 people with $1,000 a piece. Look for our campaign indegogo.com. BLACKMONs LAST STAND OPEN 24/7 ONLY$500 +Tax Our Millionth Customer Will Receive a Free Car! 1714 Main Street Tampa FL 33607 (813) 404-4316 c C) m .... w

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ADRIAN PETERSON Prosecutors havj! agreed to reset Adrian Peterson's court date to Aug. 6 on a misdemeanor charge stemming from an incident at a Houston night club. The Minnesota Vikings running back was charged with resisting arrest and briefly jailed after a confrontation with an off-duty police officer at the club last Saturday. Police say Peterson pushed the officer after he asked Peterson and his acquaintances to leave the club which was closed. Peterson and attorney Rusty Hardin arrived early for his initial court hearing on Friday, then left before Judge Natalie Fleming even arrived. Hardin says he wants prosecutors to gather more information. NY Knicks' Jason Kidd Arrested On DWI Charge In Hamptons NEW YORK New York Knicks point guard Z Jason Kidd was arrested on (ii a drunken-driving charge ..J after police said he crashed S his SUV into a telephone pole m in the Hamptons on Sunday, ..J days after signing with the Knicks. i= Treated at a hospital for ffi minor injuries after the crash, Kidd was arraigned on a misdemeanor driving-whileintoxicated charge and released without bail, Southampton Town police said. Kidd's agent didn't imme diately respond to phone or email messages. The Knicks, who signed the 10-time All Star in free agency this week, had no immediate comment. Kidd, 39, was alone in the 2010 Cadillac Escalade when it hit a pole and veered into the woods around 2 a.m. in Water Mill, police said. Water Mill is a serene, mainly residential community east of Southampton Village. Kidd's next court date wasn't immediate available. The DWI charge carries the potential for up to a year in jail. Mass. OHicer Focus 01 Probe In Red Sox Racial Slur CARL CRAWFORD LEOMINSTER, Mass. A Massachusetts police officer is under investigation after allegations that he directed a racial slur at Boston Red Sox ::;! outfielder Carl Crawford last week. Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella said the patrolman is on vacation will be put on desk duty when he returns next week. The mayor said Friday that he expects the city s inquiry to conclude by Tuesday at the latest, and that officials are hoping to interview Crawford as part of the probe. Mazzarella said the city's police chief is conducting the investigation, and the chief would make a recommenda tion to him about any poten tial discipline if the allegation is sustained. The mayor would then decide on any sanctions, which he said could include anything from suspension to termination. uaNeal, Brooklin Till SWims HerwavTa london Games LIANEAL Lia Neal isn't old enough to vote, but she' s already making history. The 17-year-old Brooklyn swimmer placed fourth in the 100-meter freestyle finals in Omaha, NB. That means she s punched a ticket to the 2012 London Olympics. Neal is only the second African-American woman to make a U.S. Olympic Swim Team, and she' s one of three blacks to swim for the U.S. this year. Neal already nabbed a gold medal in the 100 freestyle at the World Junior Championships. She hopes to return to her Flatbush neighborhood with another. Sprl .. r Debbie Dunn Wllhdraws FraIIIIIDICS Iller 111111 Test DEBBIE DUNN COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. Relay sprinter Debbie Dunn has withdrawn from the U.S. Olympic team after testing positive for excessive testos terone. Dunn, who finished fourth in the 400 meters at Olympic trials, was selected for the American relay pool. She is the 2010 world indoor champion at. 400 meters. In a statement Friday, she acknowledged a positive doping test and said she was withdrawing from the Olympics while the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency resolves the case. NBA Rookie 01 The Year Kvrielninu Breaks Right Hand CLEVELAND Kyrie Irving, the NBA's reigning rookie of the year, broke his right hand during the Cavaliers' practice on Saturday in Las Vegas. Irving will return to Cleveland to be examined by team doctors Sunday and said he likely will undergo surgery. The Cavs said in a release Saturday night that they expect Irving, their lead ing scorer last season who recently dazzled during scrimmages against the U.S. Olympic team, to be ready for the start of training camp in late September. However the team said it will not have a timeline for Irving's return until after he is examined. The team said Irving KYRIE IRVING injured his hand slapping the padding on a wall at the team' s practice site. The injury occurred after Irving committed a turnover toward the end of the morning prac tice. Irving was in Las Vegas practicing with Cleveland's summer league team. Blake Griftin Out 01 Olympics After suneriKnee lniurv LAS VEGAS -Anthony Davis was seated on the court, the best playerS in the world towering above him. The NBArookie had just been fouled while making a 3-pointer, falling backward toward the U.S. bench, looking up to see the likes of LeBron James and Kevin Durant dancing in celebra tion. The Americans weren't just giddy over the basket. Their joy was in knowing they can count on the kid in the Olympics. With Blake Griffin head ing for left knee surgery that will keep him from London, Davis is expected to join the Americans as they chase another gold medal. He got BLAKE GRIFFIN his first taste of playing with them in a 113-59 exhibition victory over the Dominican Republic on Thursday night, which ended about the time the Los Angeles Clippers were announcing the news about Griffin. Reggie Jackson: Comments On A-Rod Were 'Inappropriate And Unfair' NEW YORK Reggie Jackson says he made a mistake by disparag ing specific players in recent remarks. The New York Yankees released a statement Thursday from Jackson. He is a special adviser with the Yankees and was told by the team to stay away from the locker room and club events for a while after his comments in a Sports Illustrated interview The Hall of Farner says his comments were inappropri ate" and "unfair." Jackson told SI that some of Alex Rodriguez's statistics were tainted by his admitted use REGGIE JACKSON for performance-enhancing drugs. Jackson also said he did n't see Gary Carter, Kirby Puckett and some others as Hall of Famers. Jackson says he's been reaching out to make apolo gies to the players he offend ed and their families.

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Sports lobe Brvant On Beef With Michael Jordan: I'm A Bad Mother F**ler' MICHAEL JORDAN vs. KOBE BRYANT Known for hi s trash talk i ng Kobe Bryant couldn t let Michael Jordan's comment about his USA basketball squad go without a response. It all started when Kobe stated during a press confer ence while training with the US national team in Las Vegas that he felt this years 2012 Olympic Team could beat the 1992 Dream Team. That comment sparked a debate, in which several Dream Team players got involved including MJ. Michael Jordan said that, I absolutely laughed," upon hearing Bryant's comments about beating the Dream Team Jordan added, For him to compare those two teams is not one of the smarter things he ever could have done." Well, Kobe is not letting Jordan get the last word. Kobe responded to Jordan with, "So what? He knows I'm a bad motherf**ker. I'm not really tripping. And went on to say he thinks this year's Olympic Team can beat the Dream Team in one game, clarifying that he didn't men tion a 7-game series Jordan, as well as the rest of the Dream Team, have yet to respond to Bryant's latest comments. Seanle Releases WR Mike Williams MIKE WILLIAMS RENTON Wash. -Mike Williams' career that was reignited with the Seattle Seahawks in 2010 came to an end Friday when he was suddenly cut by the Seahawks two weeks before the start of training camp. Williams was a candidate for Comeback Player of the Year in 2010 after seeing his career rejuvenated by getting a second chance with Pete Carroll and the Seahawks following flops in Detroit and Oakland. But Williams could never develop a connection with new quarterback Tarvaris Jackson in 2011 a nd his season was cut short b y a broken left ankle. We would like to thank Mike for his contributions ove r th e past two seasons and we wish him well in the futur e," Seattle general man a ger John Schneider said in a statement. When Seattle signed Sidney Rice before the start of the 2011 season, the belief was that Rice and Williams gave the Seahawks two of the top big receiv e rs in football. Williams was coming off a 2010 season when he caught 65 passes for 751 yards and two touchdowns and was rewarded with a three-year extension that paid him $1.7 5 million in base salary in 2011 and was scheduled to pay him $3 million in 2012. But the connection Williams had with Matt Hasselbeck in 2010 never materialized with Jackson. Williams caught just 18 passes for 236 yards and one touchdown in 2011. He never had more than four receptions in a game and was shut out four times in the 12 games he played as Rice and rookie Doug Baldwin became the more favored tar gets for Jackson. The decision by the Seahawks to trade for tight end Kellen Winslow, Jr., might have been the fina) sign that Williams' time in Seattle was coming to an end With Winslow and Zach Miller, the Seahawks are likely to use more two tight end s ets and limit the need for a second taller receiver on the outside Brees Passes Phvsical, Signs $100M, 5-Year Deal DREW BREES METAIRIE La. -Drew Brees took some time out of his Sunday to sign autographs on items ranging from a black jersey handed to him by a fan to a $100 million contract handed to him by the New Orleans Saints. The star quarterback, who had agreed verbally to his historic deal F.riday, visited team headquarters to take a physical and put pen to paper on the five-year contract that gives him the highest average annual pay ($20 million) in NFL histo ry. LeBron And Brtnnev Griner 2012ESPY Awards Highlights LEBRON JAMES LOS ANGELES -LeBron James was the big winner at the ESPY Awards, collecting three trophies including male athlete of the year for helping the Miami Heat win the NBA championship. James wasn't on hand for the 2oth a.nnual show celebrating the year's best athletes and moments in sports. He was in Las Vegas with the rest of the U.S. national team preparing for the London Olympics. James also won in the championship performance and NBA player categories. He shared in the best team award. Baylor basketball star Brittney Griner won two trophies, including female athlete of the year in which she beat out French Open champion Maria Sharapova, skier Lindsay Vonn and soccer playe r Abby Wambach. AUTY UNUMII ED STEFAN lA Only a special few have what it takes to repeat as our feature, and after all the phone calls we received, we had to bring Stefania back as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Just in case you missed her Friday, the 20-year-old Capricorn's 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 eventually 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 Beauty Unlimited feature. c.. c: .... ..... N 0 .... N ., ,... 0 0 > en m z: :::! z m ,..., m c: ,... ,... z ., c: m ,... c;; ::1: m 0 m < m -t c: m en 0 > z c ., c

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Williams family, Golfers of Rogers Park, CSX Railroad fam ily, many cousins and other rel atives and sorrowing friends in Tampa, Tallahassee, Uoyd, Jupiter, Orlando, Ft. Laud erdale, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Ocala and Jack sonville, FL. MR.. RONALD TOM CHRISTIE Homegoing services for Mr. Ronald Tom Christie of Seffner, will be held Wednesday, July 18, 2012, at 11 a. m. at 34th Street Church Of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Rev. Thomas Scott, pas tor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ronald, a special blessing from God, was born in Tampa, on November 9 1952. He was the first born son of Tom Chester Christie and Helen White Christie. He was baptized at an early age at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. He attended the local schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Middleto n High School, Class of 1971. He entered marital bliss De cember 15, 1979 He began his lifelong career with CSX Railroad in 1974 He retired after 32 years of dedi cated service. He was an avid golfer, a su perb mechanic, automobile restorer and loved listening to music. He enjoyed spending quality time with his fanilly and friends, watching westerns, football, golf and fast cars. Ronald loved FAMU, loved talking and ensuring that others were enjoying themselves around him. Ronald was preceded in death by: his parents; and two brothers, Gerald Christie and Kenneth Christie. Ronald answered the call of the Lord on Tuesday, July 10, 2012. He leaves to cherish his mem ories: a devoted and loving wife of 32 years, Sabrina Whaley Christie; a dedicated and loving daughter, Carla S. Christie; sis ters, Willie B. Davis, Beverly Backey and Beatrice Larry; nieces and nephews, Sabrina (Bobby) Nobles, Philana Backey, Nikia Christie, Ashley Herd, Odyssey Christie, Karen Davis, Terri'eisha Allen, Mark and Chris Davis and Kenny Christie; aunts, Sarah C. Tucker and Lillie M. (Turner) Coving ton; mother-in-law, Gladys Whaley; brothers-in-law, Leonard (Jennifer) Whaley, Gregory (Prici_Ila) Whaley and Paul Whaley; sisters-in-law, Veronica Whaley, Betty Christie and Dannetta Whaley; cousins, Catherine Cottman, Rodney Thomas, Charles and John Christie, Karen (Stan) Franklin, Audrey Franklin, Barbara Gard ner, Karen Whiting, Joan Cov ington, Karen Jackson, Lenae (Alexander) Smith, Angela Rogers, Veronica and Bobby James, Bernadina and Jerry Jenkins, Francis Chambers, Ozie Brown, Ida Harris, Michael Watson and Ernestine Carr; godchildren, Alexandria and Marco Williams, Marcus, Myron and Marion Scott; special fanilly and friends, Christie fanilly of Tallahassee, Graham family of Ocala and Anthony area, Joe N Campbell, Norris (Alma) Smith, Hankerson family, Wilson family;Vfatson family, Washington family, Marion family, Twine family, Smith brothers and sis ters, Jim Dent and family, The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Tues day, July 17, 2012, from 4-7 p.m. (today). The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Wednesday at 10:45 a.m. for the service. In lieu of flowers please email corinewbaley@att.net. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM BERNICE GREEN July 17, 1930February 5, 2008 Your special day is nere, but you are not. Missing you. Love, your fanilly. IN MEMORY OF CASSANDRA YVETTE ALLEN We are celebrating the homegoing of Cassandra Yvette Allen. Cassandra was born on Sep tember 22, 1955 ; in Tampa. She graduated from Robin son High School in 1973, with honors and briefly attended F AMU. She was also a web de sign student at Hillsborough Community College. She resided most of her life in Tampa. She was an Air Force brad and lived in Little Rock, AR., Taipei, Taiwan, Turkey and San Angelo and San Antonio, TX. She was a reservationist with Eastern Airlines until it folded. A memorial service will be held for Cassandra at First Bap tist Church of Port Tampa, 8306 Interbay Blvd., Tampa, at 3 p. m., Saturday, July 21, 2012. For more information, call (813) 323. MR ALFONSO LORENZO HANKERSON Mr. Alfonso Lorenzo Hanker son of Tampa, passed away Wednesday, July u, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Wednesday, July 18, 2012, at 2 p. m. at 34th Street Church Of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memo rial Park. Born September 23, 1943, Mr. Alfonso Lorenzo Hankerson was a native of Lakeland, FL, and a resident of Tampa for 65 years. He attended Hillsbor ough County Public Schools and was a Vietnam Veteran. After wards, he worked at James A. Haley Veterans Hospital until he developed health complica tions. He was preceded in death in 1981 and 1985 by his father and mother, Thomas and Estella Hankerson; and his nephew, Eric Lewis. Survivors left to cherish lov ing and fond memories are: his four daughters and five sons, Al fonso, Jr., Gerald, Gache', La trieia, Theron ((LaShey), Aaron Hankerson, Michael Johnson (Cheryl), Robin Johnson An drews (Patrick), and Priscilla Spencer; stepdaughter, Tantmy Sanders (DeAngelo); grandchil dren, Jordan, Jasmine, Shanae, Chelsey, Alfonso, III, Gerald, Jerard, Antione, Torry, Tyra; Tytianna, Brea, Wtlliam, Aaron, Jr., Leilani, Jakaylar, DeAngelo, Jr., Zaria, Shamire, Michael, Jr., Jasmine, Malik, Patrick, Jr. and Roshonda; great grand, Mikaylah Johnson; siblings, de-. voted brother I caregiver, Thomas Hankerson, Jr. (Eddye), four loving sisters, Leanora Brady, Gladys Whaley (caregiver), Susie Milner (care giver) and Mildred Lewis; nephews and nieces, John Ro driguez, Leonard Whaley (Jen nifer), Gregory Whaley (Priscilla), Cynthia Brady, Sab rina Christie (Ronald), Paul Whaley, Veronica Whaley, Michael Turner, Beverly Turner and Anthony Turner; and a host of cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Tuesday, July 17, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the fanilly will receive friends from 7-8p.m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Wednesday at 1:45 p. m. for the service. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com verizon Named One 0140 Best Companies For Dlversltv !< NEW YORKFor the sev enth year, Black Enterprise Magazine has named Veri zon to the publication s list 40 Best Companies for Diver sity. The elite companies were selected based on their com mitment to diversity in four key areas: employee base, sen ior management representa tion supplier diversity and board of directors. The 40 Best Companies for Diversity list is featured in the July issue of Black Enterprise. Verizon s workforce in cludes 20 percent of African Americans and nearly 22 per cent of new hires in 2011. African Americans also hold several leadership positions in cluding chief se c urity pfficer, president of Verizon Global Wholesale, general counsel of Verizon Enterprise Services, senior vice president of inter nal audit and vice president of human resources for Verizon _. Wireless. ,:.a Verizon also has one of the most diverse corporate boards in America. Currently, women and people of color make up 64 percent of Verizon's Board of Directors, and African Americans constitute 27 percent of the board. Last year, the company's philanthropic arm, the Verizon Foundation, awarded more than $34 million in grants sup porting programs and nonprof its that benefited African American and other ethnic communities. Verizon doesn t limit its di versity strategy to just its em ployees the company also looks to do business with mi norityand female owned sup pliers to better serve its diverse customers Last year, Verizon spent $3.8 billion with diverse suppliers. I'\.) c .... N ., r 0 Zimmerman' s Inside Connacuon To Santoni Pollee Dapanment Revealed c )lo U) m z :::1 z m r U. S air marshal and former Seminole County sheriffs deputy Mark Osterman, has been identified as the law en forcement insider possibly pulling strings for George Zimmerman, the former neighborhood watchman guilty ofkilling 17-year-.old Trayvon Martin, as he navigate through the court system and Sanford Police Department rel atively unscathed. First speculation sur rounded the influence of Zim merman's father, Robert Zimmerman, a former mag istrate judge from Virginia who many people assumed was paving a clear path to freedom for his son behind the scenes. Then it moved on to State At torney Norm Wolfinger, who made the decision to side with Zimmerman on the night that he gunned down Trayvon. Wolfinger eventu ally stepped aside and was re placed with special prosecutor Angela cOrey. But it was Osterman who was at Zimmerman's side when he recreated the night of Trayvon's death to detectives. It was Osterman, who is also a shooting buddy of Zimmer man's, who allowed him to stay at his lake house for 6 weeks after the shooting as the world wondered where he was hiding. And it is Osterman who spoke on Zimmerman's behalf in an FBI interview: "Zimmerman is very con cerned with all the negative re action from the press and others and wants more evi dence released to show what really happened, Osterman told the FBI. Though the official story continues to be that Zimmer man's case is being handled with unbiased professionalism, in addition to the Osterman GEORGE ZIMMERMAN connection, Judge Kenneth Lester has also come under fire for releasing Zimmer man, a man whom he called a manipulator. Lester released Zimmerman on bond a sec ond time, even after he and his wife Shellie Zimmerman lied about how much money he had during his first bail hearing then also pro cured a second passport in a suspected attempt to flee the country. Zimmerman Says Current Judge Is 'Biased' Against Him Zimmerman, the wanna be cop responsible for shooting 17-year-old unarmed Trayvon Martin dead on Feb 26, now claims that Seminole County Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester, Jr. is biased against him and feels he cannot get a fair "Stand Your Ground" hear ing or murder case unless the current judge steps aside Zimmerman's request comes just a week after Judge Lester raised his bond to $1 million after he mislead him in his first bond bearing over the amount 9f money he had. The judge described Zim merman as "manipulative" in an order he wrote after the sec ond hearing. 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lt Governor Jennifer Carroll On Sex Scandal: Black Women Who look like Me Aren't Gav LT. GOV. JENNIFER CARROLL TALlAHASSEE, Fla. -An ongoing criminal case against a former top aide to Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll is transforming into a swirl of allegations about improper relationships, widespread illegal taping and other inci dents inside Carroll's office. The allegations, which Carroll denies, were includ ed in a court filing made late last week by the attorney rep resenting Carletha Coie, who was arrested last 0 October on charges that she ff gave an illegally taped con versation with another Carroll aide to a newspaper reporter. Cole's attorneys made the filing in response to prosecu tors' attempts to seal some evidence in the case. In the filing, Cole con tends that she witnessed Carroll and a top aide, Beatriz Ramos, in a "com promising position" inside Carroll's office, that Carroll's chief of staff secretly recorded conversa tions routinely at the direc tion of those working for Gov. Rick Scott, and that the trash can at Cole's desk might have been deliberately set ablaze following an argu ment between her and Ramos. Cole also said Ramos was living at Carroll's home and at one point she was ordered by Ramos to find adjoining hotel rooms for Carroll and Ramos when they traveled. Cole said that she was "scolded" by an agent with Carroll's security team when she placed Ramos next door to Carroll when the lieutenant governor and her husband traveled last summer to Puerto Rico. The agent told her to not do it again, Cole says, although he did not explain why. Carroll_, a former Navy officer who is also a mother of three, says the allegations are all lies. w ....... 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Forge said that he kept Walker in the clothes he allegedly stole because it would not have been proper for him to leave the scene nude. Man Becomes Cop To Honor Dead Brother RONALD PAGE MIAMI, FL -Evan Antwan Page, 17, was mur dered by a man trying to rob him at a Checkers drive-thru in Florida and his brother, Ronald Page, has fulfilled his dream of becoming a police officer in his honor. Evan was in the explorers and JROTC programs and always wanted to be a police officer, according to his grandmother: "When this killing hap pened even his teacher came from Carol City (High) School crying," she recalled Thursday. BURIAL INSURANCE fUnerlla Cost .......... $7,000-$10,000. Protect Youl'lllf Toay. C.H Now For Your FREE lnlloMtQuott. Plans Starting At Only $20.00 Per Moiltb Call Now ': 8 1 o,flcej !f,\ Cell i'H l !1\1 H 1,1 J Loca Crime Man Sentenced.To25 Years In 011 Accident That Killed His Wile Authorities said if it were left up to Charles Peoples, his wife was responsible for her own death. Peoples, on probation for habitually driving with a revoked license, had gotten drunk and crashed into another veh icle on Interstate 75 on November 27, 2010. His wife of 32 years, Wanda, was fatally injured. Authorities said it's unclear when Wanda Peoples died, but Charles Peoples tried to cover his tracks at the acci dent scene before troopers arrived Prosecutors said Peoples cut his wife's seatbelt and tried to push her into the dri ver's seat. Judge Gregory Holder on Fr-iday sentenced Peoples, 6o to 25 years in prison for driving while intoxicated manslaughter, violation of probation and driving while revoked, habit ual offender. Peoples presented the judge doctors reports saying he has substance abuse prob-CHARLES PEOPLES lems involving alcohol, cocaine and heroin dated back more than 40 years. Peoples denied trying to put his wife in the driver's seat, and on the night of the accident, his blood alcohol level was .204, more than twice the legal limit. The accident occurred near Exit 240A, and according to troopers, People's Isuzu was heading south when it crossed all travel lanes and hit a 1997 Lincoln. Peoples pleaded guilty to the charges. Man Faces Child PornouraphJ Charges The Hillsborough County Sheriffs O ffice reports that on July 15th, detectives with the Internet Predator Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in the 11000 block of Pine Court after a two month investigation Three computers, external and internal hard drives, cell phones and SD cards were seized It was later revealed that Steven .Brannon, Jr., 25, was in possession of files depicting children 3-to-16 years old engaged in sexual activities. Brannon was also in possession of child pornog raphy files that he made available for download according to detectives. STEVEN BRANNON, JR. Brannon was arrested and charged with 8 counts of dis tribution of child pornogra phy and 21 counts of posses sion of child pornography. According to detectives, Brannon is a reservist with the United States Military Buccaneer cornerback Cleared In 011 Case An attorney for Tampa Bay Buccaneer cornerback Eric Wright said the Los Angeles District Attorney has decided to not file charges in connec tion with Wright's arrest on July 2nd for suspicion of dri ving under the influence. Los Angeles Police reported the incident correctly, but it was later misinterpreted by the media in terms of Wright refusing to take the chemical test, that later exon erated him. Wright was taken to the LAPD's detention center and later released on $100,000 bail. He was scheduled for a court appearance July 23rd. Wright, 26, recently signed a five year contract with the Buccaneers ERIC WRIGHT worth about $38 million after playing previously for the Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns.

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Crime Motive For Double Shooting Mav Be Love Triangle AIMEE STREETER ..... arrested in Alabama LAKELAND Authorities in Lakeland report that a 33-year-old woman has been arrested in Alabama after a double shooting Sunday night. Polk County Sheriff's deputies reported that Aimee Streeter was being 1&11!1 Rushing Cli/Pres l d elt sought after a shooting that may have resulted from a love triangle. Deputies said Streeter, from Midland City, Alabama, shot her exboyfriend, Tabarri Clayton, in Lakeland on Sunday night. Clayton's fiancee, Janice Lucas, was also shot. The shooting occurred at a home in the 6oo block of Crescent Hills Place, an upscale community. Clayton, 36, is reported to be in stable condition, and Lucas, 35, is in critical condition. Streeter is currently being held by authorities in Alabama. According to his website, Clayton is part of Imperial Cuts Phase One Salon in Haines City, Florida, and also markets hair care prod ucts. Woman Gats lila In Prison For StaninaHar Infant To Death TIVASHA L OGAN BARTOW On Thursday morning, a judge sentenced a Lakeland woman to life in prison without parole for starving her s-month-old daughter to death. Tivasha Logan, 27, was found guilty last month of first-degree murder and aggravated manslaughter of a child. During last month s trial, L ogan was found responsi ble for allowing her daughter to starve to death in 2009 after watering down the bab y's formula. The child's father, Chauncey Gardner, is facing a similar charge, and a trial date will be held at a later date. Gardner and Logan reportedly told detectives they didn't know they were giving the baby an improper ratio of powdered formula to water. Man Wanted For Questioning In Shooting BRADENTON Bradenton Police are investigating an incident Saturday night that left a teenager critically wounded. Police said the uniden t i fied victim was shot in the head at 6:37 p. m. in a home in the 500 block of Second Avenue East. Prior to police arriving, the 17-year-old male victim was driven to the hospital and dropped off by an unknown person. KWAMEHENRI suspended license. Police are now looking for K w ame H enri 21, for questioning. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked Police detained three peo ple at the scene and interviewed them. Two of them were released, but police said the third, Keith Brooks, 21, was arrested on an outstanding warrant charging him with failing to appear on a charge of driving on a to call Detective Gre g Price at (941) 224-4265. b "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself :!! c > C/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rz c: IJJ r-u; :I: m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c > z c :!! c IWr 1.8881111181 llluallt & Sold 11 lila Tapa 111 area since 111111, 2880. .... CD

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NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Fina l Judgment of Forec l osure dated May 1 2012, and entered i n t h e above styled cause, wherein F STEVEN SANCHEZ and BARBARA J SANCHEZ are the Plaintiffs and ROSA ADAN MORET and I DELIO VIERA are the Defendants the Cle r k of the Circu i t Court of Hillsborough County, Florida will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, pursuant to Admin i strative Order S 2011-029 on the 2nd day of Aygust, 2012, the following descr ibed property as set forth in said Final Judgment: A port i on of Lots 2 and 3 Block 2 RIVERSIDE ESTATES (Corrected Map of Blocks 1,2 12 13 14 and 15) accord i ng to the P l at thereof, recorded i n P l at Book 24 Page 28 of the Public Records of Hillsbo r ough County, Flor i da be i ng more particularly descr i bed as fo l lows : Beg i n at the Southwest corner of sa id Lot 3 Block 2 ; thence North 17 degrees 37' 00' West along the Westerly lot l i nes of sa id Lots 2 and 3, Block 2 for a distance of 140 00 feet to the Northwest corner of said Lot 2 Block 2 ; thence North 82 degrees 5S' 00' East along the Northerly lot line of said Lot 2 for a distance of 50.87 feet ; thence leav i ng said Northerly lot line of Lot 2, Block 2, along a line paralle l to and 50 00 feet East of the Weste r ly lot line of said Lots 2 and 3 B l ock 2 South 17 degrees 37' 00' East for a distance of 124 80 feet to the Southerly lot l i ne of sa id Lot 3, B lock 2 also be i ng the Northerly r ight of way line of West Rio V ista Avenue ; thence a l ong said Northerly right of way line of West Rio V ista Avenue be i ng a curve to the r ight and hav i ng an arc length of 50 35 feet, a radius of 692 40 feet a chord bear i ng of Sout!l 65 degrees 43 22' West a chord distance of 50 34 feet and a central angle of 4 degrees 09'59', to the Poi nt of Beginning also being the Southwest corner of said Lot 3 Block 2 together with all ingresslegress easement along the Northerly 15.0 feet of the following descr i bed property : A portion of Lots 2 and 3 Block 2, RIVERSIDE ESTATES (Corrected Map of Blocks 1 2 12 13 14 and 15) according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 24, Page 28 of the Public Records of Hillsborough County Florida be i ng more particularly descr i bed as follow$ : Commence at the Southwest corner of said Lot 3 Block 2 ; thence along a curve to the left also be i ng the Southerly lot line of said Lot 3 Block 2 and the Northerly right of way line of West R io V ista Aven u e hav i ng an arc length of 50 35 feet a rad i us of 692 40 feet a chord bear i ng of North 65 degrees 43 22' East a chord distance of 50 34 feet and a centra l angle of 4 degrees 09 59', to the Po i nt of Beg i nn i ng; thence North 17 degree s 37 00 West along a line parallel to and 50 00 f ee t East of the We s ter l y lot lines of sa id Lots 2 and 3 B lock 2 for a d istance of 124 80 f eet to the Northe r ly l ot line of said Lot 2, Block 2 ; thence North 82 degrees 59 00 East along the Norther l y lot l ine of said Lot 2 Block 2 f or a d istance of 67 64 feet to the No r t h east corner of sa i d Lot 2 Block 2 al so be i ng the Westerly right of way l i ne of North River Shore Dr iv e ; then c e along sa i d rig h t of way li ne an d a l ong a curve to the l e ft hav ing an arc l e ngt h of 85 02 fe et a rad i us of 602 02 f eet a c h ord bearing of South 19 degrees 17 03' E a s t a chord d i stance o f 84 94 feet and a central angl e o f 8 d e g ree s 05 28', to a po iht of reverse curvature ; then c e along a curve to th e r ight hav i ng an a r c length o f 21. 24 fee t a r ad i us of 15.00 feet a chord bea r ing of Sout h 1 7 deg r e e s 1 0 42' West a chord d is t ance of 1 9 .51 feet and a cent r a l ang l e of 81 degrees 07' 37 to the So ut her l y lo t li ne o f said Lot 3 Block 2 a lso be i ng the Northerly r i ght of way l ine of West R io V i sta Aven ue ; thence along sa id right of way li ne and a long a curve to the right hav in g an a r c length of 58 96 feet a rad i us of 692 40 f eet a chord bear i ng of S o uth 61 deg r ees 12 00 We s t a chord d istanc e of 58 94 feet and a cen tral angle of 4 degrees 52 45 t o the Poi nt of Beg i nn i ng Subject to an ingress/egress easement along the Norther l y 15 0 feet of the p r operty All sales are to be held on the 2nd FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E EDGECOMB BUILDING ROOM 201/202 located at 800 EAST TWIGGS STREET in TAMPA, FLORIDA Bidd ing begins at 10:00 A.M. _In the event of any temporary change of location the C l erk will post a of Change at the sale l ocation d i recting the bidders to the temporary sale locat ion. If you are a person with disabilities who needs any special accommodation In order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida (813) 276-8100 within two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice of sale. If you are hearing or. voice impaired, call TOO (800) 534-7777, or Florida Relay Services 711. Dated this 13.tb. day of J.!.!Jx, 2Q12.. PAT FRANK, Clerk of the Circuit Court Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Jani! Englilh Di!lign located at 1503 EBit 5th Avenue. Suite #E in the County of Hillsborough, in the C i ty of TBmgB, FIQridg 33 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the F l o r ida Department of State Tallahassee Florida Dated at Tgmga, FIQridl, this 17th day of July, 2012. Sole Owner(s) Jane English Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Tile C21m2C1[e Cenle[ located at 1901 EDII !:fiD!Y AVID !.II in the County of !:fill&borough, in the City of TlmRio FIQrldl 33 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Tgmgg, FIQridB, this 17th day of July, 2012. 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