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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area i SEE PAGE 9-A VOL. 67 NO. 98 FRIDAY, JULY 27, 2012 48 PAGES 75 MaJor senles Suit With former Police Captain SEE PAGE 2-A Police Chief Makes Statement About Teen's Death SEE PAGE 3-A Voter Iaiii Slated For Easr Tam,ua Park SEE PAGE 7-A WilBERT DAVIS BOYS AND GIRlS ClUB TAlENT SHOWCASE More than 200 participants, parents and supporters were at the Wilbert Davis Boys and Girls Club Wednesday afternoon, July 25, 2012 for the Community Talent Showcase. All of the groups gave a great performance, but there were only three prize winners. The first place winner was Sigma Psi Nu Sweethearts; 2nd place, the Star Divas of the Wilbert Davis Boys and Girls Club, coached by Ms. Tina; and 3rd place, Soul Steppers. One of the participating groups was the Undisputed Divas of Destruction (shown above). Members of the group are: Alexis, Charlia, Jayle, Kaala, Cara, Tati, Rayvin, Mareciauna, Rakiya and Sharil. Jason Jenkins is Director of the Wilbert Davis Boys and Girls Club. (Photograph by BRUNSON)

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Features ...: =:i ;::) .., C( c a: Citv Seales lawsuit With Former Police Captain lavor savs 'Violence Has To, Stop' u. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A tentative settlement be tween a former Tampa Police Captain and the City of Tampa has been reached. The settlement brings a syear battle to a close. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said the tw o sides reached an agreement and both sides are dropping their lawsuit. '' It's time we put this behind us. I'm willing to put it behind us and to let Marion put it be hind him and move on as well. It wasn't a lawsuit I started and I think this is best. Mayor Buckhorn said the city has agreed to pay Marion Lewis an undis closed amount. According to 0 a source, Lewis will receive it $350,000. u. Mayor Buckhorn fur ther said that the settlement 4( has to be approved by mem hers of City Council and by c U) w ;::) t-fi: w > w c w %: U) :::i m ;::) ll. z tu _, _, ;::) m _, w z i= z w U) 4( c it 0 _, u. MARION LEWIS Former Captain with the Tampa Police Department the presiding judge. The circumstances that prompted the lawsuit began five years ago. In 2007, Lewis was a Captain with the Tampa Police Depart ment when he decided to launch a campaign for the office of Mayor against former Mayor Pam Iorio. He said before filing for the office, he had contacted the State of Florida Elections Office and was told he did not have to resign his job to seek the of fice. However, after filing his paper work with the Hills borough County Supervisor of Elections Office, Lewis was forced into retirement. This is a still picture pulled from the apartment complex video. In this photograph, Javon Neal is reaching the third floor landing. You can clearly see the barrel of the shotgun protruding from his shorts on the right side. Next, turns to the left and steps out of the camera's view. Lewis filed a lawsuit and Judge Marva Crenshaw ruled in his favor. The City of Tampa appealed the judge s decision and Lewis filed an appeal with the Second Dis trict Court of Appeals That ruling resulted in a split deci sion with the courts handing it back to the lower courts. Come Join the State Representatives RepresentativeeS Gwen Clarke-Reed (D Pom.pano Beach) and 1iazelle (D-Lauderhill) Will be at the Campaign Headquarters (28o2.' N, MLKBlvd.} ,'\vith Rep. Betty Reed this Saturday-, July :z.B, 2.ou, to 1 pm. Come il5sist,the campaign w.h:hphone banking and canvassing in District 61. Last weekend, a Tampa Heights teenager was shot and killed by police. He was reportedly armed with a shot gun and allegedly pointed the weapon at the officers. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said, "We have got to do something about the vio lence. A 16-year old carrying a shotgun is not okay. "We, as a community have to come together and give our --MONDAY. ,JULY30TH -' EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS C. BLYTHE ANDREWs, JR. PuBUC lJBRAR'f 26CY7 E. DR. MAR'11N l...tmmR KlNG JR BL.\ID. WFST TAMPA BRANCHUBRARY 2313 W. UNJON ST. P0U..s OPEN: 10 A .M.-6 P.M. CALL SUPERVISOR OF BLECTIONS fVRADDmONAL LOCA110NS VOTE EARLY FOR BETTY REED FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE. DIST 61 teenagers a better outcome that this, whether it's gangs, guns, or drugs. We can no longer sit back and say that's okay. We can't let that 1% make it bad for the other 99% living in the community." Javon Neal died at a local hospital after being shot. Prior to the shooting, Tampa Police had responded to the Central Court Apart ment Complex several times that day. Some of the calls were in referenc e to shots being fired in the complex. National Budget Office: Obama Health Care Reduces Deficit WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama' s health care o verhaul will shrink rather than increase the nation's huge federal deficit s over the next decade Congress' nonpartisan budget scorekeepers said re cently, supporting President Obamas contention in a major election-year dispute with Re publicans About 3 million fewer uninsured people will gain health coverage because oflast month 's Supreme Court ruling granting states more leeway, and that will cut the federal costs by $84 bil lion, the Congressional Budget Office said i n the biggest changes from earlier estimates. Republicans have insisted that Obamacare will actually raise deficits b y trillions," ac cording to presidential candi date Mitt Romney. But, that's not so, the budget office said. The office gave no updated estimate for total deficit re du c tions from the law, approved by Congr ess and signed b y President Obama in 2010. But it did estimate that Republican legis lat ion to repeal the overhaul passed recently b y the House would itself boost the deficit b y $109 billion from 2013 to 2022.

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CHIEF JANE CASTOR The men and women of the Tampa Police Department enter the profession of law enforcement to serve our community. We take an oath to preserve life and protect property, swearing to keep our citizens and community safe. In cooperation with all citizens, we have made great strides in making Tampa a much safer city. However, if you have been a victim of crime, then our crime reduction statistics are meaningless numbers. Therein lies the reason that our officers .oome to work every day -to protect our community and reduce the number of citizens who may become victims of crime. There are few things more devastating to an officer than to be forced to take someone's life. As stated, we enter this profession to help others; Deadly force is a last itor ., l:J c lener From Chief Jane Castor About lavon Neal Shooting resort and is used only when the life of a citizen or a n officer is in immi nent d anger It is a trage d y that J a von N eal, a 16-yearo l d would be armed with s u c h a dangerous weapon as an assault style shotgun. A life was lost and many more negatively affected. As a mother, I can't imagine losing a child. Those who witnessed the event were deeply impacted, as were my officers, who are committed to preserving life. Everyone loses in this situation. There are too many guns on the streets of our community, manyofthem in the hands of juveniles. Although homicides have been reduced dramatically in our city, from a high of 79 in 1986 to a low of 20 in 2009, there are still an inordinate number of homicides that involve black on black crime. Andfar too many involve the death of a young man. Every life is valuable; none more than another and we, as a c .ommunity, need to be concerned. Through the years we have seen too much crime involving our younger generation. For some months now I have been meeting and speakin g with community leaders concerning this alarmi n g trend. It is my firm belief that most o f our youth are positiv e well -intentione d good kids. I n some instances they lack direction, or are influenced by that small group that is bent on violence and disruption. The then is -what can we do as a community to provide guidance, a positive example, and constructive activities to this future generation? Some of the actions taken to date include mentoring programs, scholarships to the Police Athletic League, a weeklong Leadership Camp at the RICH House in Sulphur Springs, and a summer youth night basketball league at the YET Center in East Tampa. These programs are not the sole action of the City of Tampa, hq,t epo:l_)e1"a tive effort .of efiinlnunity members ah'd.iovernment working together. Constructiv. e ;activities, such as listed, will undoubtedly touch young lives in a positive and formative way. I applaud all of our community partners who are taking the lead in h elping our child r en. But t h e sad fact remains, i t is n o t enough. We need more citizen s and community lead e r s to join in the e ffo r t s t o help our children and provide positive and inspiring role models for them. Just last week, Tonya Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Young from Project SAW (Show Another Way) put on a faith based youth event in Riverfront Park. Providing the keynote address was the first African American Astronaut, Colonel Benjamin Alvin Drew, Jr. He delivered a wonderfully inspirational speech about being able to achieve anything you wish, as long as you were willing to work hard. Unfortunately, there weren't many children there to hear this speech. Despite the low attendance, the event was a success. There were a number of community leaders in attendance, those individuals who are working to make a difference -those who choose positive action over negative rhetoric. Conspicuously absent were most of those indi-c:: viduals who have identi fled themselv e s a s 'comN munity activists' over the past few days; spewing N 0 misinformation and try..... ing to create a wedge N between the communi t y and their police officers The most damaging aspect of these recent actions is the impact they may have on our impressionable youth, the very ones we as a community are trying to show a better way. As I stated to J avon's mother the night of the incident, I am sorry for his death. The loss of a young life, and so unnecessarily, is a sad commentary on our whole community. I do not, and will not, apologize for the actions of my officers. In fact, I stand firmly in support, knowing that if not for ., their quick reaction to r this dangerous threat, they may not have gone 0 home to their families. )lo I can ask my officers to en lay down their lives for the good in our communi-::::! ty; I cannot and will not z do so for those who are m breaking the law. aJ JANE CASTOR Chief of Police Tampa Police Department c:: r r m ::::! z ., c:: aJ r-"VOTE EARLY FOR THOMAS SCOTT" Starting Monday July 30th u; % m c VOTE AUGUST 14TH Early voting starts July 30th Call 813-650-5390 For ride to polling site or pickup vote by mail ballot Call (813) 650-5390 to serve as a volunteer or make a contribution I Visit www. ThomasScottf'orSOE.com for more information E-Mail: info@thomasscottforSOE.com PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEr,1ENT PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY THOMAS SCOTT DEr,lOCRAT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS m < m l:J -< -t c:: m en c ,.. z c ., :!Z c

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Sentinel E.ditoriall)oard The Ones We Believe Are Good For Our Communitv. c 0: I.L c z c( c UJ w tw > w c w :I: UJ ::::i m D.. z w _, _, m _, w z z w UJ r3 0: 0 _, I.L Betty Reed has come a long way from the fresh man who had to learn the ropes in Tallahassee's Le gislative Hall to a seasoned veteran who chooses each word not only for empha sis, but for pinpoint cla rity. Infinitely BETIY REED knowledgeable in an in-formal and conversational way, Betty Reed-who has made herself a voice to be reckoned with since 2006 -has put her stamp on such legislation as the Homeless Bill, Drug Prevention Bill, Prodigy Program, provid ing educational services to local youth, and In fant Mortality legislation by securing funding for research and intervention. Says Ms. Reed, "I believe that government should take care of its own by being responsive to the needs of its citizens, by securing access to economic growth, and by ensuring that we have a world class educational system and quality, af fordable healthcare." We trust Representative Reed to continue to be a public servant not only for her specific community, but for the State of Florida. As such, we intend to vote in the Demo cratic primary for Representative Betty Reed to retain her post in House District 61. She deserves your vote as well. SUPERVISOR OF ELECI'IONS THOMAS SCO'IT Were it possible, you could set your watch by him. Thomas Scott carries an enviable 14-year public service track record, which includes membership on the Hillsborough County Com mission where he served 3 times as chairman of that organization, membership on Tampa City Council (having served 3 times as chairman of that council), and membership on the Canvassing Board for the Supervisor of Elections. Says Thomas Scott, "I am committed to pro tecting the integrity of the voting process; provid ing excellent customer and voter experience; and promoting education and outreach in all segments of the community." Based on his previous exper tise, we are proud to present Thomas Scott to our reader-voters as a man who deserves their vote and their trust. COUNIY COMMISSION DISTRICf 2 VICfOR CRIST Very few people in Tampa Bay have never heard the name Victor Crist. Indeed, to meet Victor Crist is to be treated to a monologue that soon turns into a travelogue of the myriad accomplishments this man has amassed. Most certainly, after the first fifteen minutes, one gets the impres sion that Victor Crist is not simply one person, but is two, or three, or maybe four people. For, how in the world can one person have held membership on the Aviation Authority, Council of Florida Association of Counties, Friendship Trailbridge, Public Transportation, Tampa Bay Estuary Program, Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, Hillsborough County Legislative Sub committee, Hillsborough County Emergency Policy Group, and was a member of the Florida House of Representatives, to mention only a few of his successes seemingly all at one time? Nevertheless, it should come as no surprise that this Bay Area dynamo has set his public service sites on the seat of County Commission District 2. With a record, which brooks few de feats and with a vision that has helped build the Suncoast into the envy of a nation if not the world, Victor Crist is our choice for the seat of County Commission District 2. We are confident that Crist should be your choice, too. JUDGE ANNOBER When Judge Ann Ober makes the comment, "It's an awesome re sponsibility ... You are affecting someone's life," you get the feeling that she means what she says and has carried such opinion for the 16 years, which she has worn her judge's robe. Before that time, Judge Ober was Attorney Ober, both as a prosecutor as well as a public defender. Consequently, when Judge Ober explains, "Judges must be particu larly diligent about protecting citizens' legal rights," it's as if one was listening to Judge Sandra Day 0 Connor, to Judge Sonia Sotomayor, or to the voice of the late Judge Constance Motley. Indeed, Judge Ober's years of public service in jurisprudence as well as her willing ness to present herself as an avid social activist and supportive citizen of the Tampa-Hillsborough Commu nity continue to win our support as a judge who uses the law to exact justice and fairness for all who come before her bench. Therefore, we recommend you vote for Judge Ann Ober (Sitting Judge), County Court Judge Group 3 .-,,. = COUNTYCOURTJUDGEGROUP4 To read Barbara Twine's biogra phy, which includes her apprentice ship with the renowned attorneys Delano Stewart and Arthenia Joyner, is extremely impressive. But to see her in person and to listen to her rea sons for wanting to become County BARBARA Judge bring back memories of such 1WINE great judges as the late Constance Motley, George Edgecomb, and oth ers. Running for the office of County Court Judge Group 4, Twine has earned endorsements from indi viduals such as Lansing C. Scriven, Former President of the Hillsborough County Bar Association, who de scribes her as a person who has "prepared herself to assume the heightened responsibility of serving the legal profession as a member of the judiciary." We agree with Attorney Scriven and others as we present to you the name of Barbara Twine and recommend her to you as a candidate who more than merits one of the most precious gifts you possess: your vote. Matt Lucas is no stranger to the rig ors of the jurisprudence process. And for his efforts, he has earned the praise of such peers as State Attorney Mark Ober, who considers Lucas as "a man of the highest integrity." Not only is Lucas endorsed by Mark Ober, but he has also earned high marks from cele-MATI LUCAS brated public defender Julie Holt as well as abiding thanks from 10 Past Presidents of the Hillsborough County Bar Association. However, not only is Matt Lucas a proven County Court judge, but his community activism and family roots portray him as a man of the people whom he serves. For these reasons, we are proud to endorse Matt I,.ucas as he endeavors to retain his post as Judge Incumbent County Court Group 12. We continue to need his fairness. HILLSBOROUGH SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 1 SUSANL. VALDES Susan L. Valdes' election and rise in the realm of Hillsborough School Board reads like the preface for a success doc umentary. She was elected to the School Board (District 1) in 2004; was re-elected in 2008; served as School Board Vice-Chairperson in 2008, as cending to the post of Board Chairperson during the following year, and was one of seven colleagues responsible for managing a more than a $3 billion budget for America's 8,. largest school system. Moreover, like all good success stories, thenar rative of Susan L. Valdes and her expertise as a member of Hillsborough County School Board seems endless if not exhausting. So, why would she wish to continue? Perhaps, her motto explains it all. Says Valdes, "An ed ucation can never be erased." Neither can a commit ment for the quality of such an education be erased. She possesses both the inspiration and the expertise to keep Hillsborough County Schools poised and progressive. Because of her ability, we support Susan L. Valdes as a person worthy of your vote for School Board District 1. "l," SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICf 3 What attracted us to Cindy Stuart was her under standing of what Hillsbor ough Public Schools may well have become and by her vision of what that school system may yet, be. We listened to Cindy StuCINDY STUART art as she listened to us, giving and taking ques tions across a wide mahogany desk. What we learned was Stuart, a mother of three chil dren enrolled in Hillsborough County Schools, had also been PTA President and PTSA Treasurer. We learned that Stuart had committed herself not only to participating in the school environment where her chil dren had been placed, but she embraced the opportunity of learning the dynamics and possibilities of a school system that did not always welcome prying eyes and meddling fingers. But it was when she said to us that she believed students and parents deserved a school board member who would stand and fight for their right to a quality education for all children that Cindy Stuart reminded us of the voices we grew up with and marched with during those dismal days of school segregation and brighter days of de segregation. We trust Cindy Stuart's vision for a better school system, which guarantees an equal education for all. Therefore, we ask you to cast your vote for Cindy Stuart, Hills borough School Board District 3 SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICf We believe if an incumbent has done well then that individ ual's record m!)re than argues for his or her continued place as a public servant. Such is our opinion of School Board Dis trict 6 Representative Doretha Edgecomb. Surely, her pre sence has been positively felt during her years of service, and for such service, we stand in line to give grati tude. However, we must say Henry "Hank" Bal lard, former Hillsborough County School exec utive and current candidate for the School Board District 6, has also merited not only our interest, but our sincere mention as a candi date who is not only highly knowledgeable, but whose sincerity of purpose and unwavering frankness would do exceedingly well once Ms. Edgecomb retires. Doretha Edgecomb deserves your vote for Hillsborough County School Board District Six. SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICf 7 He comes armed with folders of facts, observa tions, news articles, and documents that either have his name on them, or bear witnessand support to his comments on their behalf. However, when he be gins to respond to inter view questions regarding the "who," "what," "when," "where," and "why" of school board business, long-time activist, engineer, and businessman "Joe" Jordan Robinson closes his folders, shuts his eyes, and becomes a living encyclopedia of a school system, which has much to commend itself, but also has much to do in order to be the best it can become. Running for Hillsborough County School Board District 7, "Joe" Jordan-Robinson would no doubt, brings to that position the courage and clarity it has often needed (but not always possessed). We cOntinue to be im pressed by the mind of this man. And for that reason, we recommend that you vote for "Joe" Jordan-Robinson for Hillsborough County School Board District Seven. It's about time we give him room to work o n our children's behalf.

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editorials Column FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN c.. (USPS 202-140) C 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) :1.48-1921 Pub lished Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of National Newspaper Publ ishers Association (NNPA) 1\) POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Per i odical Postage Pa id At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLs-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.oo-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of th is newspaper by Column i sts or Gueat Writers do not necessarily reftec:t the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher I lavon Neal: II A Gun Could Talk I 0 nee again, a Black community smolders in rage and remorse. It smolders in rage because another Black man has been killed by a police bullet. However, it simmers in remorse because the Black man who was killed was not a man. He was a sixteen-yearold boy. And as is true for nearly all situations of the like, everybody saw, but saw differently. Witnessing the death of Javon Neal and the involve ment of two Tampa police officers who shot him was like watching a twirling plate of spaghetti and trying to figure out which strands led to the end of the plate. Everyone's eyes told a different story. Yet, the one witness who, if possible, could have brought everything regarding the death of Javon Neal to a close, could never speak, although such witness had the loudest voice and played the most compelling part in this modern Tampa tragedy. We're referring to the pistol-grip, sawed-off shotgun, which Neal allegedly wielded. If guns could talk, what tales they could tell about the minds of America. What pictures they would paint re garding mannish boys who no doubt, have decided that puberty has a bullet clip for a scrotal sack. If a gun could talk, we wonder who it would say gave it as a gift to young Javon Neal? Or did he buy it with his money? And if he did, who was the gun-runner who sold it to him? For, surely, that man or woman was the true monster-murderer of the all-too-common Tampa tale. In the meantime, Javon's mother weeps and says her boy was too young to die. In the meantime, two police of ficers realize they are not impervious to the pain oftaking another human being's life. But there are two who will never weep. One is the sawed-off shotgun. The other is the fool who owned it be fore a teen-aged boy touched it. A National Trauedv Proves Anordable Healthcare Is No Joke T here is an even deeper secret to the catastrophe, which befell shooting victims at a Colorado movie theatre. It is estimated that more than $2 million worth of uninsured medical will be needed to cover the wounds and recovery for one of the uninsured people shot down during America's grizzliest mass murder to-date. Indeed, both the hospital and insurance companies will pass along the unfunded medical care to patients who have medical coverage. Moreover, the patient will be charged much more for his medical care than an insured patient, if the hospital follows the national trend. However, someone will have to pay the remaining hos pital bill. Guess who? While you're thinking, suppose just a few of the other shooting victims don't have health insurance. At least a dozen of the victims are receiving critical care services as one of the costliest of hospital services. Though critics of the Affordable Health Care Act had projected that families with insurance would have to re place their insurance coverage with "government-run health care," no one has mentioned that such statement I am one of tho se individu als who can learn from a dis tance. I don't necessarily need to experience anything first hand to know whether or not I want to get involved in a par ticular activity. If I see you place your hand into fire and your skin begins to bubble up and turn colors while you scream in agony, I pretty much know that repeat ing the process with my hand wouldn't be a good idea. cannabis. My cellrriate even tells me that he had an out-of body experience while smok ing Spice. He claims that he was so high at one point that he was literally watching himself smoking from across the room. I was skeptical about his story also. But, who knows what kind of tricks this stuff can play with a person's mind. smokers are vowing to stay away from this crap. You would think that everyone would be at least a little skep tical about putting something into their bodies that may make them look at their pet as more of a main ingredient in a casserole than a family friend. The only good thing about these products is that their mere existence may finally end the debate on legalizing real marijuana. Mainly because, if 0 ..... 1\) It is the same reason why bull riding isn t on my bucket list. I don't think cool acces sories are available for electric wheel chairs. This would also explain why the popu l arity of head shop incenses like K-2 and Spice puzzles me. I read in the paper and saw on the news where several people from around the country have per formed some insane antics after inhaling some of these products into their systems. The craziest thing I've heard though is a story about a man in Texas who took a page out of the Hannibal Lecter school of cuisine and tried to make a meal out of his room mate's Cocker Spaniel. After he came to his senses, he blamed his barbaric behavior on the effects of smoking K-2. I guess he had a severe case of the munchies and figured, "wha t the heck? the lack of finding good, acces sible weed is causing people to turn to a man-made chemi"T1 cally enhanced alternative that b could turn them into face-eat:!! ing zombies, then it may occur to lawmakers that dealing with a nation of lazy, refrigerator raiding, slackers wouldn t be such a bad thing after all. I'm just saying, which would you prefer? Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him c )> CJ) m z ::j z m r Not to spoil anyone's meal, but apparently eating feces and raw flesh are not uncom mon forms of behavior for in dividuals who trip out on these synthetic replacements for The thing that gets me is that even as these types of wild stories circulate, some people still feel the need to try the ex perience for themselves. And it twists my brain trying to figure out why? I understand that there are people who love to chase the buzz. But even hardcore r:D c r r m ::j z at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007. -o Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin !: Publishing Company. was ridiculously false. Furthermore, residents of Massachusetts have not complained in six years about hav ing to replace their existing health insurance when then Governor Mitt Romney imple mented a health insurance program upon which the national Affordable Health Car plan is modeled. If so-called Obamacare is not currently in place, the scene in Colorado will be muc more tragic for years to come. Again, we urge voters not to buy the hype. Conduct yo own research. Avoid political bait-and-switch double-talk, which gives liberty to lies an false assumptions. Vote for the truth, which is based on proof! CJ) ::t m c m < m J:J -< -1 c m CJ) c )> z c .. ., i r I 1 1 n e 118 1 u 1 1 t 81 n r I 1 1 m 1 :tIE, ; 11 a a a" 1 o 1 11 8 n 1 a. U. S. SENATOR SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 1 Bill Nelson Susan V aides STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST. 61 Betty Reed STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST. 63 No Recommendation SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS Thomas Scott COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 2 Victor Crist CIRCUIT JUDGE GROUP 14 No Recommendation COUNJYCOURTJUDGEGROUP3 AnnOber COUNJYCOURTJUDGEGROUP4 Barbara Twine : COUNIY COURT JUDGE GROUP 12 Matt Lucas .. _____________ SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 3 Cindy Stuart SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 5 Doretha Edgecomb SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 7 Joe Robinson PRECINCT COMMITIEEMEN PRECINCT 209 Howard Harris, Jr. PRECINCT 633 William McBride, Jr. PRECINCT 325 Molbert Scrivens PRECINCT 651 No Recommendation ------------

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Local 0 Voter Registration, Primarv Election Rallv Set For East Tampa Park BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday afternoon, members of the community will gather at the Al Barnes Park, (formerly 18th Avenue Park) for a Voter Registration and Primacy Election Rally The Hillsborough County Coalition for Concerned Citi zens will host the event. It will take place from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30p.m. Marvin Knight said sev eral organizations and con cerned citizens have come together to make the event possible. He further stated that there will be a representative from the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office at the event to answer ques tions and explain the process of registering. "We are trying to register people for the November Elec tion and we want everyone to v 0 come out and have a good time. This is our way of coming back to give back. We are trying to pick up another brother or sister. There will be free food, activities for the entire family, and live entertainment. "We realize that other or ganizations are registering people as well. This is a collab oration to celebrate the hard work that has already been done and to realize that we still have a long way to go," he said. Tampa Fire Chief Tom Forward said, "We are en couraging the community to come out and participate in this healthy election season forum to gain an increased un derstanding of the discussions, the candidates, and the voting process. "In this upcoming election season, you're either in the game or you're a spectator; the decision is yours. Let's get out and VOTE!" T E locally as well as nationally." gust 14th. "But, it is also for those N who are already registered. We N want everyone to come out to this family-oriented event, N bring the family, and just have Ms. Donna Douglas said, "It's important to exercise something so precious as our right to vote. We must focus on unity of our community. We are facing so many obstacles. So we must educate our com munity with the statistics and the relevance of voting." City Councilman Frank Reddick said, "We're having this event to encourage mem bers of the community to come out and register if they haven't already, as well as a reminder that the Early Voting will begin on July 30th, and the Primary Election will take place on Au-a good time." Some of those providing entertainment at the event are: Shawn Brown Entertain ment, Nate Mitchell, jazz artist Henry Ashwood, of St. Petersburg, Theo Valentin, Mike McCarthur, the Mili tary-Rap Group, and the St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Praise Team, among others. Some representatives from City and County govern ment are also expected to at tend. FYI Columbus Drive Bridge Reopens 5 Scott A. Hardy said "Now is the time to exercise our right to vote, which was fought for by our ancestors many years ago. This is not a time to sit back and see what will happen rather than be a significant part of the process to aid iii making a difference After months of detouring, drivers can again drive east and west along Columbus drive between Rome Avenue and North Boulevard. Officials have completed work on the Columbus Drive Bridge, and now drivers won't have to go over to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, or through West Tampa to get to their des tinations. Included in the repairs to the bridge is a new operations cen ter and signals. Hello, my name is Tatiana Denson and I want to serve as your next State Representative lor District 61. I believe the community needs a real in I believe the community needs a person that will champion their concerns, and not be silent to their issues. I believe the community needs a person that is not far removed and who has been through some of the same everyday struggles as you. H you believe like me that our community needs a new State Representative, then I am asking for your VOTE during early voting starting July 30-August 11, 2012. This is a Universal Primary, which means regardless of your party atrJliation you can VOTE DENSON. Democrats, Republicans and Independents, please cast your votes early, even if you are voting by absentee ballot. There are several small businesses in our community that believe like me and support my run for office financially.l am asking tor the community's VOTE and support. Please vote for me, Tatiana Denson, for State Representative District 61, and I encourage you to support these businesses provide valuable services to our co. mmunities and make District 61 their home. Aliana Meat Market -4016 North 22nd Street Abella's Sandwich Shop2124 North 34th Street Jackson's Funeral Home-4605 North 34th Street If You Need A Friend Call813-239-310 1 Let's Win Together!! ***PLEASE VOTE EARLY*** Beginning July 30-August 11,2012 Recommended Early Voting Locations: C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., Public Library 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Polls Open: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. West Tampa Branch Library 2313 W. Umon Street PoDs Open: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. :!! 0 )> (/) m z ::::J z m r-m c: r r-!!l z "0 c: m r-c;; ::::t m 0 m < m -4 c: m (/) 0 )> z 0 :a 0 Temple Terrace Public Library 202 BuJiard Parkway C) Polls Open: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. m ";"' ______ __ >

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Activist warns Documents Needed To Obtain State Issued Identification Gene Marshall To Succeed Victor Crist As New Chairman At Universitv Area Communitv Development Corporation I.L c a: I.L c z < c CJ) w ::::) 1w > w c w l: CJ) ::::i m .::::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ...J I.L < I co w CJ Gene Marshall, a long time, highly regarded leader in the Tampa Bay community serving as a Senior Vice Presi dent of JP Morgan Chase Bank of Florida and numerous non profits that include the Boards of the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay, Straz Center, Hillsborough Education Foun dation, BayCare Health Sys tem, St. Joseph's Hospital, Council for Educational Change, Caribbean American National Development Organ ization (CANDO), as well as NorthStar Bank, has been elected Chairman of the Uni versity Area Community Development Corporation, Inc. (UACDC). HillsbOrough County Commissioner Victor D. Crist, left, Chairman Emeritus of the University Area Community Development Corporation, Inc., turns the reigns over to incoming Chairman Gene Marshall. (Courtesy Williams Photography) Marshall will succeed Hillsborough County Commis sioner Victor Crist, who is stepping down as the Chair man of the UACDC after 15 years of dedicated, volunteer service. Crist will continue to serve the organization as Chairman Emeritus, a volun teer honorary non-voting po sition. "As the founding Chairman of the UACDC since 1997, I couldn t be more proud of the organization's many accom plishments and good works in our community and nine other counties," said Chairman Crist. I've been incredibly blessed to work with a wonderful team with an unrivaled pas sion for improving people's lives." The gains we've made need to be protected and ad vanced to help our communi ties through these difficult times," said UACDC Executive Director and CEO Dan Jurman. "That's why Mr. Marshall is such a great choice. He's a passionate advocate for the most vulnerable people in our community who also hap pens to be a savvy, successful businessman. He knows what it takes for an organization to excel." For his part, Marshall is ready to get to work facing the challenges that still plague the University Area Community. "I'm honored to have the op portunity to serve as Chairman to help lead the UACDC into this next chapter Priftte Placdce-.a..n.a. P. A. Stewart, JoyDer .Janiu cmt Stewart, TwiDe & CulpWI-cml cn.u..J Df(tul. Seldar A.a.tut c..ty Hilll6orotp Olal)r. Mrik Special Trial C...el-Hilhh""" SupetiabJc Attenef-Lfpl 8pedal AIUitut AttemeJ Geaenl-u &.l"itp lllaG n.,.,..,.f{.lulia Gmenl c..el-U&.l"itp lllaG ,.., .. ,., Edtu:iUitnt: Uahullt)iflln.w., .Juril Doc:t:.ate thi;ullt)ifllSolltla Am JIDIIIaaroaP mp 8cMol Floritl4 8trnw Cowt F..Uy Metli4ttw ::emual AlftiOdtmou: A-.c:lltila w-.r...,.. -:PiwiiiMIPat Ge.p ............. A111 rllt\oa-Praiilttlll Pal llllllhonup CotaltJ .. Fe ,.,._-Plwillal Pal CotaltJ BR-Be,r,Jf/Dirldln Pal. t.1Jiitelfllata Dlltrk:t c..t-MWt6llillrid f/ Fltriltt. NWiwW eo-tJWp, I .. ......_Cradt .,.JMC ........... c..t "fqD lllrft.tlla ... Alia dldae ne n.wa._ (,._1m) of its successful life. I'll strive to serve with the same passion, dedication and drive as Chairman Crist demonstrated for so many years. Marshall, a native of Ja maica, relocated to Tampa from Wall Street in New York to open and advance JP Mor gan Chase Banks in Florida. After 35 years at JP Morgan Chase he retired as a Senior Vice President. He has served on the UACDC Boar<\ for 13 years, having begun his tenure as a Board member in 1999. He takes over the role as Chairman on August 1 2012. For more information about UACDC, please visit www. uacdc.org or call Sue Hutson at 813-558-5212. 'l1le o..p ... (IN I) 'l1le '9lrJia lliiMI (I) eo ..... ;e, senner. U.,.fllW...V....-Hill II ... c.., ..... ...... .Jill .&..--PiwillaiPal lt. .... Qa;uoc.tMBc a..... lA...,_-N._.CAadlf{Ntp..._ o-.Jc...el,r.c.._. Mtuaeat ,_....._ Jar COUNTY COUBT .JUDGE b,y Mail, Early Vote, or on Aug 141* ............... .., ......... .......... llrC,..OIIIt ........ 4. Uft ....... .,,..,.AIJIM ..... 1& 4 l.' l i l 4 'iII (:I i) ,., It (' '. { ()I J 1 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For several years, Mrs. Ann Porter has worked to improve the lives of others. She is the former president of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, and a Civil Rights activist. Although retired, Mrs. Porter continues her pas sion of preserving the progress made in voting rights. Earlier this summer, she began working with a in dividuals in preparation for the upcoming election. "There was so much con troversy about the changes in voting, that I wanted to make sure everything was in order with the senior citizens. I know that the person voting must present valid identifica tion," she said. Mrs. Porter said when she began helping a group of seniors to make sure their identification was valid, she wasn't prepared for what she was facing. Two years ago, identifica tion was also required, but the laws have changed. Sev eral changes took place for in dividuals trying to get a state issued identification card or driver's license. On January 1, 2010, in ad dition to the cost nearly dou bling other changes took place as well. For U.S. cit izens, Florida law now re quires that the person provide proof of date of birth, proof of residential address (2) and proof of his or her So cial Security number. These documents are required for anyone seeking to obtain an original driver s license, a re placement driver's license, or an identification card. The cost to obtain an orig inal driver's license is $48, and $25 to obtain a replace ment license or state identifi cation card. Mrs. Porter said, "Some of these people are 75 and 8o years old and have never had a birth certificate. I know that they can vote on an absentee ballot, but these people want to go to the poll and cast their ballots. "I took one lady to get her identification renewed be cause I wanted to know what to expect It took a couple of hours but we got it done. I'm able to help some people, but there are others who need to know what to do. Mrs. Porter said anyone helping others prepare for the election should make sure that their identification is not expired. She further said any one seeking additional infor mation can contact her at (813) 223-9360. Restored confidence and integrity in the elections office. Strong and ethical leadership. Timely and accurate reporting of results. voter rimts providing voter edUcation. Responsible and conservative stewardship of taxpayers' funds. 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Local FamiiV Asks For Help With Arrangements For Teen Killed Bv Police Ms. Kethessa Fordoms said she's heard the Tampa Police Department's report of what happened to her son, Javon "JJ" Neal, and she's also listened to residents and witnesses at Central Court Apartments. On Sunday, two Tampa Police officers shot and killed 16-year-old Neal after he reportedly ran from them, then later threatened to shoot them with a high powered shotgun. The shotgun was found on the ground near a stairwell at the complex. "I still don't know exactly what happened," said Ms. Fordoms. "I don't know why they had to shoot him. I'm upset they were tr}ring to make my son out to be some kind of animal they had to put out of its misery. "I don't believe he was running from the police, and I believe they could have stopped him without shooting him." Ms Fordoms said because "JJ" was a young Black male, she feels his life meant nothing to them. "To shoot him that many times is cruel. They kept shooting him after he was on the ground. "After he was shot, they wouldn't let me near him. They just stood there and let him die. I've lost my son over a stupid misunderstanding." Ms. Fordoms said her son never carried a gun, and she has no idea where the shotgun came from. "As far as I know, "JJ" had never touched a gun before. I never had one in my house." Tampa Police spokesper son, Laura McElroy, said on the day of the shooting, their office received a call of a fight at complex at 6 a. m. "At 12:20 p. m., we got a call of another fight at the complex, and at 2:30 p. m., we got a call of shots fired at the complex. Whe. n officers arrived, they found shell casings in the parking lot area. "A victim of that shooting showed up at 3:30 p. m. to St. Joseph's Hospital with a shoulder wound." McElroy said at 7:21 p. m., a distressed citizen called to say shots were being fired at the complex again, and gave a description of the person firing the shots. "When officers arrived, they spotted someone matching the description of the shooter. He walked away when the officers approached him, and when they told him to top, he ran into the courtyard of the complex, then into a staircase. He turned away from the officers on the third floor, and they reported see. ing him. pulling something from his pants leg. He turned around, and pointed the shotgun at the officers." McElroy said a teenager has no business with a dangerous weapon like this, and that it's tragic a 16-year-old ltlldtllll PilctM, ................ liltl..-lllllllirtllllllllll ..... llll.......,llllillltM .. aiMI .... -...... lelldllll( ldliMII-.m Allllftlyl' Cllll'lld a.ttwdlltlldlll-.ctT.-.. (Oirntlll) Tille I r--.. JAVON "JJ" NEAL was armed with such a dan gerous weapon, and pointed it at the officers. "There has been misinfor mation circulated about the incident, and according to a witness, the officers had no choice but to fire their weapons. "Anyone out there who claims to be a witness needs to come in and give us a sworn statement." McElroy said Neal had been seen in the parking lot with the gun in his pants leg prior to the incident with the police. She also reported that no drugs were found on Neal or at the scene. Ms. Fordoms said due to a problem with her son's insurance policy, the family will need help with funeral arrangements. There was a donation rally EIIIIIIIIMII Jllrl1,2112 ..... 11,2112 EllaiiiiiJ held in West Tampa Wednesday night, and Ms. Fordoms said she appreciates the support the family has received. Anyone who wants to make a donation to help with "JJ's" arrangements, can contact Ms. Fordoms at (813) 952-6762. Gudes Funeral Home is assisting the family at this time. IIEiect SISII LIll-IS lltlll1t 2112 ICIIIII-11111c11 ,,..,. _.,.,.,._, ........ ,., ......... ______ L_.._ ................ -... 1 ., r-0 :2 c ,.. CJ) m z ::! z m r-

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,..:' N ::::l "") >c:c c East Tampa Church Observes 90th Anniversarv a: LL Last weekend, the College Hill Church Of God In Christ held their 90th anniversary. Bishop Matthew Williams served as the guest speaker. Elder Charles Davis is th e senior pastor of the church a nd th e third person to lead the congregation since the church came into existence. I have continued the ideas my father Bishop W. E. Davis, laid out. We hope to have a greater outreach in terms of the community. During recent years, the church has created a child placing agency, a community garden, low-income housing, a Conference Center, and it has relocated its childcare facility to a building on E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr. The church has also established Internet broad C casting at www.CVIY. net. a: Elder Davis said their fu-LL c z ct c (/) w ::::l t> a: w > w c w (/) :::l m ::::l Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::::l m ...J w z i= z w (/) ct c a: 0 ...J LL ture goals include the develop ment of senior citizen housing. Elder Davis has an extens i v e background in social ELDER CHARLES DAVIS ... Senior Pastor of College Hill Church Of God In Christ work. He has incorporated his background into the ministry "Our focus is the gospel, al though we do a lot of social activities. But as a church we do these things as they relate to the gospel. I think we are a church that mirrors the life of Christ and our focus is gospel cen tered and service-oriented. Since its creation nine BISHOP MATTHEW WIU..IAMS .. Anniversary Guest Speaker decades ago, several other churches come into existence. Those institutions were established by evangelists and ministers in their own right. Elder Davis became the religious head in 1998 following the death of his Bishop Davis, in 1997. The Church Of God In Christ was the vision of founder Bishop Charles Harrison Mason. In 1920, Bishop Mason wanted to e x pand the church held a meet ing in Valdosta, GA. Mother Susie Clark Johnson, who was the pastor of a Church of God congregation attended the meeting. She returned to Tampa and convinced her congregation to become a part of the Church Of God In Christ. Her efforts resulted in Elder J. J. Flowers became the first pastor of the Church Of God In Christ in Tampa. Since its inception, the College Hill Church Of God In Christ began on Green Street moved to Blanche Street in 1925, and then to the corner of E. 2pth Avenue and N. 25th / Street It relocated to its pres ent location in 1976 Event Planned To Help Church Raise Funds BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday, July 29th, at 4 p m an "Old Fashion Church Fundraiser" will take place It will take place at Mt. Sinai AME Zion Church, 2909 N. Nebraska Avenue. The purpose of the fundraiser is to purchase air conditioning for the building. First Lady Chloe Coney said the two churches joined forces several weeks ago. "We never know where God is going to lead us or why. We were led to Mt. Sinai and our goal is to help them. "Mt. Sinai is possibly the oldest church in Tampa. The majority of its members are seniors as well. One of their members is 104-years-old," she said. Mrs. Coney further stated that the heat is unbear able for its seniors. The con gregation is about 30 people and some are leaving because of the heat. She further stated that the two churches have small con gregations. However they have joined forces in hopes of raising funds to purchase an air conditioning unit. In a letter to members of the community, Reverend Lillian Zakay, Senior Pastor of Mt. Sinai said, are proud to extend to you an in vitation to be a part of our "Old Fashion Church Fundraiser" worship serv ice. These two ministries are REVEREND ERNEST CONEY, SR. ... Pastor of Spirit of Truth Ministries partnering together to raise funds for the historic sanctu ary of Mt. Sinai AME Zion Church. "We are fortified believ ing the Lord, who is our source assuring us that He has what we need to get the job done, and even more con fident that by partnering with the willing hands of our re sources together we can work and watch the vision speak." Mrs. Coney said 'This is probably t h e oldest Black church in Tampa. It would be a shame to lose the church because of air conditioning. God has sent us there and we want to help revitalize it. We can do it if we all work to gether. For more information contact Rev. Zakay at (813) 229-3573 or Elder Lucius Harris at (954) 643-3626. AnENTION PASTORSI "Are Your Members Registered To Vote?" Macedonia M. B Church 3-11[) L WtldPr Avenue 1'-!mpn. Flond.t 33610 Rev Jo,.nptl A Sykes, p,,.,tor ANNUAL FAMILY & FRIENDS DAY n.Me: "CHANGGNG DIRECTION8" MfO YOU RN.LOWUIG" II P8AL11 July 29,2012 WHERE LOVE 18 EXHIBITED WHERE PRAISE 18 EXPRESSED WHERE 18 ORDER OF SERVICE Speaker: Pastor Cornelius Mullins Camilla Georgia Welcome: 'Sis Marsh8nna Sykes Guest Cho i r: UNYFYDE Chairperson: Sis. Bridgett Smith

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Local :B Hearing Planned To 'lrunll For Chrisf Event Determine outcome or Inspired Young woman I. T. Jones Academv to have been a part of the "Krunk For Christ" The Hillsborough County School Board will hold a hearing on Monday, July 30, 2012 to determine whether it will shut down A. T. Jones Academy For Math, Science and Technology. The school is located on the grounds of Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Carrollwood. School District spokesper son Linda Cobbe said the hearing i s at 1 p. m. in the School Board Office audito rium. The school, a charter school whose board operates under the Hillsborough County School Board, was notified in April that it had 90 days to comply with some de ficiencies. "After the 90 days, the superintendent would recommend closure," Cobbe stated. There were some non compliance concerns with the FVI's school's contract on financial disclosures and monthly fi nancial statements. In some other published issues, staff members have verbally vo iced dissatisfac tion with the sc hool and the money that is owed them. Some members of the fac ulty and parents received communication earlier this week from School Board Chair, Bob Morrison, an nouncing office hours to as sist with record requests. The letter also stated, "for security purposes and student pri vacy, no walk-up requests will be allowed and no more than one party will be allowed in the office/building at a time." Morrison told the Sen tinel he did not wish to comment on the status of the school at this time. Big John's Reopens After Grease Fire Last weekend, a grease fire at Big John's Alabama Barbecue resulte d in it closing temporaril y However, after an inspection by the Hillsborough County Health Department, the facility has reopened. According to the Tampa Fire Department, the fire was re ported at Big John' s Alabama Barbeque 5707 N 40th Street, shortly before 1 p.m., Saturday. Firemen discovered that grease in the chimney area had started the fire. The damage was restricted to that area of the business. Shop Owner To Host Voter Rally Ms. Candy Lowe will be hosting a voter rally at her shop 904-1/2 East Henry Avenue this Saturday from 12 p.m. until 4p.m. Ms. Lowe said she decided to host the rally, because she felt there was a lot of information out there voters didn t have, especially when it comes to early voting. "F irst we want to make sure people have their information straight so they can vote. Next we need to make sure people know about early voting and that it begins July 30th." Ms. Lowe said it's important for voters to know what to do when Election Da y rolls around, and it's also important that they know the candidates. We want all the candidates to come to this rally with their campaign literature so the people can decide better who to vote for. "A lot of voters only see a name on the ballot, and have never met or spoken to the candidate. This will give them the oppor tunity for some one-on-one meetings, and to ask important questions ." TOVONNIA LEWIS Tovonnia Lewis says poetry is her evolu tion and it has helped mold her into an artist. "I love illustrating the nature of mankind," said Tovonnia. "I was raised o believe in ambition, and taught to carry wisdom in my heart. My mother, Tonya Russell, motivated my broth ers Andru, Peyton, and myself to discover our passion and to never waste God's given talents." Tovonnia started writing as an elemen tary student, and recently has gained popular ity as the poet influenced by social issues and religious subjects. Tovonnia said it has been a true blessing Program for the past four years, and she said Elder Michelle B. Patty has inspired her through her works and accomplishments. The program has helped me find my indi viduality and talent within God. I am thankful and blessed to be attending Clark Atlanta Uni versity in the fall, where I will participate in their philharmonic choir. I plan to major in Psychology and minor in English, as I aspire to become a motivational speaker. "I will be performing original work at the upcoming Krunk For Christ" program on July 27th (today)." Tovonnnia said she is a testimony of God's power, grace and mercy. "Without His wisdom and strength over the course of my life, there would be no success. All the glory belongs to the Lord, for He guided me through the rain." Tovonnia has been published in the 2011 Hillsborough Council of Teachers of English: "Feelings, Facts, and Fantasies,"' "Stars in Our "TT Hearts,"' Blake High School's 2011-2012 year6 book, and her own Chapbook entitled, "On :!! Bruised Knees."' g Elder Patty said they are very proud of en Tovonnia. m "She has been with us since we first start "Krunk For Christ," and we're proud to see her z going to college. J!! Reporter Leon B. 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_L_o_ca __ Second Annual George Selvie Classic Flag Football Tourna11ent Held Recently, members of the community gathered at the University of South Florida Sycamore Field for the Second Annual George Selvie Classic Flag Football Tournament. The tournament is hosted by the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., i n conjunction with The Crescent Foundation, Inc. The proceeds from the event benefits the Sigma Beta Club Scholarship Fund, Child Obesity, and Scholarship Fund. The champions received a trophy and a George Selvie autographed football helmet. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Tournament host George Selvie is a defensive end for the Jacksonville Jaquars. He was very proud of another successful event. Jarvis "Da Hustle Man" Roney showed off the latest equipment on the market. Cameron caught a spectacular pass for a touchdown. ice Speaking for Itself77 Referee Ronald Michel made sure that the game was fun and that he called it fairly. Edwin Greene and Ernest Greene, Jr., came out to enjoy the game and support the cause. m < m ................................................ The Head Start Program AliA Is now enrolling new applicants 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, TAN!= or Subsidized Child care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, 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 child who was 3 years old before September1,2012 Additionally for Early Head Start: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally for Expectant Parent Program: Are in your 1st/2nd pregnancy trimester and due in May, June or July -f c: m C/) c )> z c ., JJ c

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N Sports Chad Changes Name Back To Johnson CHAD JOHNSON MIAMI Chad Ochocinco is officially no more. The Miami Dolphins wide receiver has changed his name back to the original Chad Johnson. Johnson legally changed c his name Monday in an if u.. appearance at the Broward County Courthouse The change he announced via Twitter quickly follows his July Fourth marriage to Evelyn Lozada of TV's "Basketball Wives fame. Johnson was known as "Ochocinco" for the past four seasons. The name was a playful reference to the No. 85 he wore on his jersey. Johnson was a six-time Pro Bowl receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals. He signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins earlier this year after being cut by the New England Patriots. For his NFL career, Johnson has 766 receptions for 11,059 yards and 67 touchdowns. c ----------------------------------z c( Clemons Gets Newoeal w > w c w :I: en :::; m ::J 0. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J ,U.. CHRIS CLEMONS SEATTLE -Defensive end Chris Clemons and the Seattle Seahawks agreed to terms on a multi-year deal that will keep Clemons under contract beyond the 2012 season, his agent con firmed on Monday night. Clemons' agent, Donal Henderson, confirmed the agreement in a text message. The agreement should settle one of Seattle 's biggest concerns heading into train ing camp after Clemons' actions during the spring made it clear he was unhap py with his contract situation. Clemons has been Seattle's top pass rusher the past two seasons, recording 11 sacks in both 2010 and 2011. But Clemons was enter ing the final year of his contract and showed his dis pleasure by not participating in some offseason team activities and not attending Seattle's mandatory mini camp in mid-June. Dirk Nowtlzkl Marries lenvan Bridaln Africa DIRK NOWITZKI And Wife, JESSICA OLSSO N This weekend was a spe cial one for NBA champion Dirk Nowitzki and Kenyan wife, Jessica Olsson. The lovely couple allegedly had a traditional wedding in Africa this weekend. Dirk and Jessica had two ceremonies to benefit both family's culture and location. lions Cut Ties With CB Berrv AARON BERRY It had been coming all along. Few wanted to speak of it, but it is what it is. With the rash of player misconduct that has riddled the Detroit Lions' offseason, eventually the cradle would fall and someone would become the example the rest of the team would, hopefully, fall in line behind. After his second arrest, cornerback Aaron Berry was shown the door by Detroit Lions' management at a Monday morning meet ing. At approximately 2:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 21, Berry allegedly waved a firearm at three people during an altercation in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. His prior arrest stemmed from an alcohol-induced round of "bumper cars," among other charges, as his BMW struck two parked vehicles. Buccaneers Sign First-Round Pick The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed safety Mark Barron, the seventh overall pick of the draft, to a five-year contract Friday Financial terms of the deal were not released but it is reported to be worth $14.5 million. Last season, Barron col lected 68 tackles, two inter ceptions and a sack as a part _of the University of Alabama's No. 1 nationally ranked defense, helping the Crimson Tide capture the National Championship. Barron amassed 237 MARK BARRON tackles, 12 interceptions and five sacks over 53 career games. Raiders Send WR To Panthers The Oakland Raiders have traded wide receiver Louis Murphy to the Carolina Panthers for an undisclosed conditional draft choice. The team announced the trade on Monday, just days before the start of training camp. Murphy made an immediate impact as Oakland's fourth-round pick in 2009, catching 75 passes for 1,130 yards and six touchdowns in his first two seasons. But Murphy was slowed by a groin injury last season and started only one game. He had 15 catches for 241 yards and became expendLOUIS MURPHY able when fifth-round pick Juron Criner and undrafted free agent Rod Streater passed him in offseason workouts. r--------------IM.Iol!.,.. .... MIIMIII .... ... ....... I ED I Inexpensive Cars & Low-Payment, Great Cars, Nice Inventory-CALL NOW! 1 Contad: Tony Jones I Offi(e: 81:J.870-3333 I Dired Line: 813-965-3105 I Pre-Owned Blow-Out Sale 1 WORK BY APPOINTMENTS ONLY CARS AS LOW AS 2,887.00 I I I I_-------------. 1

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"TT S arts Florida leads Nation In Steelers, Tomlin Agree Gridiron linus For 2012 .. To Extension ALVIN BAILEY VERNON HARGREAVFS LEON MCQUAY, III Champion Gridiron Kings, the nation's elite high school football event that features the best skilled position players in the country, has selected 64 student athletes to participate in team competition, skill challenges and performance training at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The event will air on ESPNU Sunday, July 29th at 7 p. m. and live on ESPN3. The 64 athletes listed rep-resent 21 states, and 46 of the athletes listed are in the ESPN 300. Two prospects are rated number one at their positions in the ESPN 150. There are four Elite 11 quarterbacks. The State of Florida has the most players represented of any state with 14. From the Tampa Bay area are Armwood wide receiver, Alvin Bailey; Wharton cornerback, Vernon Hargreaves, and Armwood safety, Leon McQuay, III. Hornets Sign Rookie Duo ANTIIONY DAVIS AND AUSTIN RIVERS NEW ORLEANSNew Orleans Hornets first-round draft choices Anthony Davis and Austin Rivers have signed their rookie con tracts. The moves, announced by the club Tuesday, are formalities for players chosen in the first round. The values of their rookie deals are outlined in the NBA's collective bargaining agreement. As the first pick in this summer's draft, the 6-foot-11 Davis receives a threeyear guaranteed contract worth a little more than $16 million, with just over $5 million paid in the first year. Rivers, a 6-4 guard picked 10th overall, receives a three-year guaranteed deal worth nearly $5-9 million, with nearly $1.9 million paid during his rookie season. Floyd Mayweather Jr. will be from Clark CountY Detention Center on or about Aug. 3, so what fight looms next for him. One would be Timothy Bradley, or Canelo Alvarez. Those are the two. If Canelo can win on Sept. 15 against Josesito Lopez, then maybe his next fight would be that huge event, against Mayweather." Jaguars' #1 Pick Pleads Guiltv STILLWATER, Okla Jacksonville Jaguars firstround draft pick Justin Blackmon pleaded guilty Tuesday to drunken driving in Oklahoma last month and was given a sentence that includes no jail time for the former Oklahoma State star. "He is mortified by this," defense attorney Cheryl Ramsey said shortly after she withdrew Blackmon's previ ous not guilty plea to a misde meanor count of driving under the influence and entered the guilty plea as part of a plea agreement with prosecutors. Blackmon did not attend the brief hearing in Payne County District Court. "He has apologized to the NFL commissioner. He apologized to the Jacksonville Jaguars. It will not happen again," Ramsey said. Special Judge Michael Stano accepted Blackmon's plea and imposed a deferred sentence of one year, meaning Blackmon will serve no jail time if he fulfills the terms of his sentence. Among other things, Blackmon must pay a $500 fine and $100 to a drug abuse and treatment fund as well as court costs. He must also complete so hours 6f community service : fulfill other plea requirements by Jan. 24. PITTSBURGH -The Pittsburgh Steelers have ended at least one contract distraction before training camp starts. The team and coach Mike Tomlin agreed to an extension on Tuesday that will keep him on the sideline through at least 2016. Financial terms were not disclosed. Tomlin's previ ous deal expired at the end of the 2013 season. ...... MIKE TOMLIN The 40-year-old Tomlin, a surprise choice to replace Bill Cowher following the 2006 season, is 55-25 with the Steelers, winning three AFC North titles, two AFC championships and the 2009 Super Bowl. "Mike is one of the top head coaches in the National Football League and we are thrilled he will continue to 0 lead our team as we pursue another Super Bowl title," team president Art Rooney en said in a statement. -4 ------------------------------------------z Serena Williams Is Bean For Olvmpics S;ERENA WILLIAMS AND VENUS WILUAMS m r-aJ c: r r m :::! z "U c: aJ ,.. en :::t m c LONDONLess than three weeks after winning her fifth Wimbledon trophy, Serena Williams is back in London, looking for the only major singles title to escape her. And even though she pulled out of a World Team Tennis match in Washington last week to rest her back before the Olympics, she insisted Tuesday she's fully fit and ready for a quick return t.o the All England Club. "I feel really good going into these Olympic Games, and wanting to do really well," Williams said at a news conference with the rest of the U.S. team. "I think it's exciting to be back so soon. Usually we have to wait 12 months to walk back on Centre Court and kind of feel that moment that we felt (at So for me, I'm going to be really excited with such a quick turnaround and get back on the grass c where I love to play." ?< The Williams sisters will be defending their gold medal)n doubles as well, but it' s still unclear whether either will play mixed dou bles. The mixed teams will not be decided until Tuesday. 3 Football Scholarships Available Senior Team Age 14 & 15 {Age 15 On/After May 1, 2012) REQUIREMENTS: PREVIOUS FOOTBALL EXPERIENCE COYV OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE 2012 COMPLETED PHYSICAL INTERESTED CANDIDATES-PLEASE VISIT PRACTICE FIELD AT WOODLAND TERRACE PARK, 6410 N. 32ND STREET "fROM MON-THURS 6PM7:15PM J

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E:ntertaiment .... N ::::: .., c a: LL Morgan Freeman lives S1MToObama Super PIC MORGAN FREEMAN Morgan Freeman donated $1 million last month to the super PAC helping President Obama, as the group tries ing new rules on Wall Street. "President Obama has done a remarkable job in historically difficult circum stances," Freeman said. "In return, he is the target of hundreds of millions of dollars from right-wing sources. I am proud to lend my voice -and support to those who defend him." Priorities USA has been airing TV ads criticizing Romney for his job-creat ing efforts at Bain Capital. But the Democratic super PAC's spending and air assault are only a fraction of the pro-Romney group, Restore Our Future. to boost its attacks on Mitt Freeman's donation is a huge chunk of the $6.1 mil lion raised by Priorities USA in June. By comparison, Restore Our Future took in $20 million last month. c a: LL c z c( c t/) w ::::: .... w > w c w %: t/) ::J ID ::::: D.. z tu ..J ..J ::::: ID ..J w z t= z w t/) c( c a: 0 ..J LL Romney. Priorities USA Action released a statement from the Academy Award-winning actor, who hailed Pres. Obama on a host of issues including ending combat in Iraq, enacting a sweeping health care law and impos-Freeman joins comedian Bill Maher in the small club of $1 million donors to the main pro-Obama super PAC. No Arrests After Fight Atlalherlne Jackson's 11111 KATHERINE JACKSON LOS ANGELES Los Angeles sheriffs deputies are investigating a family distur bance and possible battery at the home of Michael Jackson's mother. Sheriffs spokesman Steve Whitmore says no one was arrested after deputies were called to Katherine Jackson's home around 1:10 p.m. Monday. He says deputies determined there was a physical altercation between two people and the case remains under investiga tion as a possible battery. Whitmore declined to say who was involved or whether the incident included Jackson's three young children, who live with their grandmother in Calabasas, Calif Sherman Hemslev Dieslt14 Sherman Hemsley, the beloved comic actor who made George Jefferson of The Jeffersons a 1V icon and a household name, has reportedly d ied at age 74, according to sources. He was allegedly discovered by his nurse at his home in El Paso Texas and the cause of death is believed to be nat ural causes. Hemsley first played the role of Jefferson on 1970s staple 'All in the Family' The character became so popular it spawned a spinoff series which ran for an at-the-time unprecedented 11 seasons (1975-1985) and was consistently one of the highest rated sitcoms on television. The show broke barriers by portraying an upper class SHERMAN HEMSLEY black family, who in the words of the show's classic theme song had moved on up" to a deluxe apartment in an affluent part of New York City. The show remains the longest running series fea turing a predominately black cast in television history. Nate Doggleaves S200k In Real Estate To His 6 Children Nate Dogg's six children will have to decide how to divide the $200,000 in real estate left by their father, who had no will The number seems small, being that he was a staple in the music industry for over 20 years, but there is more potential money to be had. Nate's musical catalog is expected to be added to the final tally which will also go to his four daughters and two sons. His home in Pamona, Calif. was worth a reported $350,000, but he still owed $150,000 on it, leaving the children to divvy up the remaining $200,000. As it often happens when people die young, the estate has run into financial issues, NATEDOGG like being sued for more than $290,000 over unpaid medical bills. Nate passed away last March from complications brought on by multiple strokes. He was 41.

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Lnterraiffmenf lite Sentence In Jennifer Hudson's Fallilv Slavinus JENNIFER HUDSON CHICAGO -The man convicted in the shooting deaths of Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother and 7-year-old nephew is scheduled to return to court. William Balfour's attorneys are expected to ask the judge to grant Balfour a new trial at a hearing sched. uled for Tuesday. If that request is denied, Judge Charles Burns may sentence Balfour. A jury convicted Balfour of first-degree murder in May in the 2008 slayings. He faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. Balfour was married to Hudson's sister. During the trial, prosecutors argued that he shot his wife's relatives in a jealous rage because she was dating another man. Mariah Carev Joins 'AIIerican Idol' As New Judge MARIAH CAREY BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -Mariah Carey will be joining the cast of "American Idol." She told a meeting of the Television Critics Association that she is excited to join as a judge and it all happened quickly. Executive producer Nigel Lythgoe earlier added uncertainty to the question of who will judge next sea son, saying there:s a slender possibility that Jennifer Lopez might return. His reasoning: Since she told "Idol" host Ryan Seacrest she was 99 percent sure she was leaving, that means there's a 1 percent chance she won't, Lythgoe said Monday. Ja11es Brown's Daughter Arrested For Vehicle Then VERNISHA BROWN The daughter of music legend James Brown was arrested for allegedly stealing a vehicle from St. Stephens Ministries in Augusta and injuring her boss, Hope Ellis Campbell, outside a bank in North Augusta. Vernisha Brown is being held in the Richmond County jail and is being charged with possession of a stolen vehi cle, leaving the scene of an accident and first-degree assault and battery. Richmond County police recovered the vehicle around 1 a.m Tuesday and about two hours later, they found Brown arguing with another woman Chris Brown And Rihanna Reponedlv c: vacation Together On Mega-Yacht ,:-1 Amid recent reports that Chris Brown broke up with his current girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, he's been spotted on Rihanna's mega yacht in the French Riviera. Both, Brown and Rihanna N have hinted at a possible g make-up through social N media over the past few months. Brown's rep denies he was with Rihanna. ., r 0 :!! c ,.. en m z :::! z m r m c: r r z "0 c: m r (j) ::1: m c m < m -t c: m en c ,.. z c ., :::rJ c

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c( I CIO ,... Dark Knight Rises -Director Christopher Nolan does it again with his last and final Batman. Can't quite out-do the Joker, but Bane (Tom Hardy) came close to bringing mayhem to Gotham City and Batman (Christian Bale). Another classic by Nolan. Must see! **** plus some. Ice age: Continental Drift -This needs to be the final movie for the Ice Age franchise. Wait for the video. Made $88M. (Budget NJA). ** Savages (2012)Two local marijuana dealers have to become savages to deal with the brutal world of the Mexican Drug cartel. Directed by Oliver Stone. Very violent. Not for kids. Made $40M. (Budget $4sM). ***112 Madea's Witness Protection -Tyler Perry is back as Madea and she has to protect a family from the mafia. Could have been fun nier, but it's still worth see ing. Made $6oM. (Budget $2oM).*** Spider Man -The first Spider Man was a classic and this remake of the first Spidey is also a classic. An drew Garfield (Social Net work) comes through as the new Spider Man. Check it out on 3DDbox. Made $228M. (Budget $230M). **** Ted -Mark Wahlberg scores again with this funny comedy about a teddy bear named Ted coming to life to be his friend. Worth-seeing for laughs Made $18oM. (Budget $soM). **** Magic Mike -Tampan Channing Tatum is on a roll at the box office. Tatum plays Magic Mike, the life and times of a male strip per. The ladies will love this movie. Made $101M. (Bud get $7M). **** Moonrise Kingdom -This comedy I drama is about two teenagers (Jared Gillman and Kara Hay ward) falling in love and who decided to run away from a home. Co-stars Bruce Willis, Bill Murray and Edward Norton. This well-written movie seems weird at first, but turns into a classic. Kids and adults will enjoy this movie. Might win an Academy Award for best movie. (1 hr./35 min.) Made $36M. (Budget $16M).**** Brave -Disney /Pixar (with classics -Toy Story, Finding Nemo) returns with an above-average storyline about a headstrong princess who refuses to be queen. Kids will love this movie. Made $2o8M. (Budget $185M). ***112 Marvel's The Avengers-Samuel Jack son (Nick Fury), Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evan (Captain Amer i ca), Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), and Scarlett Jo hansson (Black Widow) vi olently come together to save the world from Thor's brother, Loki and his un derworld soldiers. Action packed! 2 hrs./30 mins. Made $615M in U.S. (Bud get $22oM). **** rr::\J.IMLu:..,.,u IN & LACE FRONT WIGS (GLUED OR SEWN ON) WIGS (WITH OR WITHOUT BABY HAIR) E W-1 PECIALS $4 75-ln" cludes Aair & Style Brazilian, Indian Remy, hinese Virgin, Peruvian Straight, Body Wave, Deep Wave RegeneSilm Allows You To Lose Weight Htlalthy Do You want to loose weight, maintain your sugar and cholesterol levels at the same time <1811 us today. We are now offering Health and Wellness as featured on Dr. OzJ You are Guaranteed to loose at least 15 lba or more In one month and you can still eat whatever you like! 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Abe hosts a fund raiser in Lexi' honor; An drew prepares to reveal Gabi's secret; a huge explo sion rocks the tunnels of Salem; Abigail gets trapped in an elevator; Sami's life hangs in the balance as EJ tries to save her. GENERAL HOSPITAL Anna confronts Heather; Ewen may rekindle his rela tionship with Liz; someone else learns Johnny's secret. early and Spinelli try to get Sam and Jason to work things out; Johnny uses his insurance policy to keep his secret safe; Anna is deter mined to get answers. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESSBilly posts in flammatory footage of Nick, while Dr. Tim 's disappear ance intrigues Genoa City. Chelsea warns Sharon to stay away from Adam, while Christine is convinced that Phyllis harmed Dr Tim HOROSCOPES Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) The action is behind the scenes. Work faster and make more money. Use it to replenish your reserves. For best results, stay close to home. Compliment your partner. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Tidy up your desk and your finances. Your cre ativity pays extra dividends It's all working out. Increase your family s comfort, and pay back a favor. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Friends help you maintain discipline and in crease your income. Find beauty in the most unex pected places. Express your love with words, which come easily. Spread them around. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -From boredom comes enlightenment. Brilliant ideas don t always come, so write them down when they do. Listen for gold through the chaos. Beautiful music makes everything more palatable. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You have a chance to demonstrate your newly acquired skills and your genius. Slow down and contemplate now. You can be the big spender later. Ask for what you've been prom ised. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Clean a closet and find the clue .. or a treasure. Get other people to help you achieve your goals, especially those with the ex perience you lack. Learn from their mistakes. Aquarius (Jan. 20Feb. 18)-You're in aperiod of expansion, especially around career. Enjoy the growing pains. Make a new important connection, or get in touch with an old acquain tance. Keep your eyes on the road. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Love the one(s) you are with You're coming up with great ideas for the short and long term. Reinvent what's possible and realign responsibilities. Follow your dream. Aries (March 21-April 19) -Find strength and comfort in old friends. Get practical since what you pro vide is in great demand. Ideals can be achieved. Taurus (Apri12o-May 20) -The next few da ys could be intensely passion ate (for better or worse). Stay in communication with friends and family. Artistic expression and silly play are rewarding. Accept a nice bonus. Gemini (May 21-June 20)Focus on your work today and tomorrow. Con tribute to a good cause or re pair an inherited problem. Innovation pays well. Pon der deep questions over the next few weeks. Cancer (June 21-July 22)You can find creative ways to have fun without breaking the bank. Create your own opening. Friends offer good advice. Shoulder your responsibilities.

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N 'I"'" .... ,..: Minor and husband, Willie; N sisters, Janie Sailors, Lena >; Mae Buie and Laurie Alfred, all of Quincy, FL; brother, :; William Harris, Valdosta, GA; adopted daughter, Essie Reese <( and husband, Johnnie; 0 adopted sisters, G. Joyce a: Dawkins and husband, Elder U. Billy Dawkins, Evelyna c a: u. c z c( c en w ::l tw > w c w J: en :J r:D ::l D. Homegoing services for Mrs. Cora Lee Marshall of Tampa, who passed away on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, will be held Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 11 a. m. at First Union M. B. Church, 3707 E. Chelsea Street, with Pastor Bruce E. Garmon, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Cora was born July 17, 1933, in Clayton, Alabama. She was a member of First Union M. B. Church. Cora was a child of God. She loved to bake. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Mack and Corean Gamble; brothers, Willie James Gamble and Willie Lee Gamble; and son, Benjamin Marshall. She leaves to cherish memories with: her husband, Tom Marshall; children, Winston Marshall and wife, Zena, Calvin Marshall and wife, Anjetta, and Jennifer Marshall; grandchildren, Myles Marshall, Qunay Marshall, Kiara and Annice Simmons; great grandchildren, Maleek, Elijah, Amaris and Isaiah; sister, Lee Ella Hardley; special friend, Varessa Ruben; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held on Friday, July 27, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6 -7 p. m. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::l r:D The family and friends are ..J asked to meet at the church on Saturday at 10:45 a. m. for the i= service. z AIKENS w FUNERAL HOME en a: 0 ...1 u. :!:'\",1;; 2708 E Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl33610 (813)232-8725 (813) 231 -0521 Let Our Family Take Care Of Your Family. "We Are The Key To A Fine And Quality Service BURIAL INSURANCE F_. Coat ltttwllll $7,-llld $10, Prollot YMnelfltdly. Callow f Ylar FREE ........ Quote. Pia Starting At-Only $20.00 Per Month Homegoing services for Mrs. Jannie Mae Shepherd of Tampa, who passed away on Friday, July 20, 2012, will be held Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church, 2002 N. Rome Avenue, Tampa, 33607, Dr. C. T. Kirkland, pastor, officiating, Rev. Lewis Shepherd, eulogist. Interment will be in Or ange Hill Cemetery, Tampa. Jannie Mae Shepherd was born August 5, 1929, in Eufaula, Alabama. She was a member of Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church. She eqjoyed cooking, baking and teasing family and friends. She was preceded in death by: her father, James Snipes; mother, Ruth "Sister" McClendon; son, Willie James; and daughter, Georgia Lee. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: her husband, Willie Fred Shep herd; children, Ruby Harrington and husband, Melvin, Lewis Shepherd and wife, Soqja, and Bennie Shepherd; grandchildren, Arthur Shep herd and wife, Nicole, Melissa Harrington of Ft. Meade, MD, Victor Harrington, Shawanna Harrington, Lewis Germaine Shepherd, Samara Shepherd, Kevin Shepherd, Samal Shep herd, Kameron Shepherd, Montreal Shepherd, Kells Shepherd and Jeremiah Shep herd; great grandchildren, Markesha Harrington, Arthur "AJ" Shepherd, Jordan Shep herd and Taylor Shepherd; brother, Lewis McClendon, Chicago, IL; and a host other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at _Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, July 27, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday at 10:45 a. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME HERMAN TELFAIR, Ill August 4, 1976 -July 27, 1990 You are our shining star, we miss and love you. Your family. DEACON EMERITUS MATIHEWL. HARRIS, SR. Homegoing celebration for Deacon Emeritus Matthew L. Harris, Sr., who answered the Master's Call on Tuesday, July 17, 2012, will be held on Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 1 p. m. from Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 E. 241 h Avenue, with the Reverend Albert Gallmon, Jr., Senior Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Matthew Harris was born on January 21, 1933, in Tampa, to the late Joe Harris and the late Emma Lee and Eddie Williams. He was educated in the public school system of Hillsborough County and he graduated from High School in 1952. He was united in holy matrimony to the late Sister Vernella Robinson. Matthew was employed with the Hillsborough County DepartmentofTransportation for 23 years. Matthew retired in 1996. His love for funeral business was his passion. Matthew was a loyal employee with the Pughsley Funeral Home as the transition was made to the Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, where he remained until his health declined. He accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Peace Progressive M. B. Church in 1945 by Rev. C. Fluker, under the leadership of Rev. J. C. Goines. He was ordained as a Deacon in 1973 He served faithfully until his health declined. Matthew served in many capacities at his church. He was Chairman of the Deacon's Board, Chairman of the Trustee Board, President of Choir No. 1 for 24 years and sung in the Male Chorus. He was also President of Choir Union No. 2 and President of the Brotherhood in the Progressive Missionary Baptist Association. In 2010, under the leadership of Rev. Albert Gallmon, Jr., he was given the title Deacon Emeritus. Deacon Emeritus Matthew L. Harris, Sr., was a devoted and loving person to his family and friends, and he especially loved his church. He was in death by: his wife, Sis. Vernella Harris; mother, Emma L. Williams; fathers, Joe Harris and Eddie Williams; sisters, Deloris Williams and Annie Mitchell; and brothers, Rayfield Harris and Theodore Jackson. He leaves to cherish many wonderful memories that will forever be remembered within the hearts of his family and friends, which includes: a loving and devoted sister, Eva Richardson and Mary E. May; the Doyle sisters of Tampa, Claretha Christopher; son, Rev. Matthew Harris, Jr., and wife, Malichand Blain; grand and great grandchildren, Chancey Harris, Matthew, III, Genesis Blount, Lavonte Duke, Laquaid Javes and James Robinson; a host of nieces and nephews; cousins, Nettie Jones and family and Mary Weeks, Sarasota, FL; devoted friends, Irene Harris and family, Annie Bell Gilbert, Anna Williams, Anna Hearn, Mable Ellison, Martha Hickman, Annie P. Williams, Maureen Langston and Annie Singleton; the Everett-Derr & Anderson staff; and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewing for Deacon Emeritus Matthew L. Harris, Sr., will be held Friday, July 27, 2012, from 6-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. All reflections will be acknowledged at this time. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 12:3op.m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEW ING AFTER THE EULOGY. EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME DEACON NAMON WOODROW MILlS, JR. The celebration of life of Deacon Namon Woodrow Mills, Jr., who answered the Master's call on Saturday, July 21, 2012, will be held Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 12 noon from the New Saint Matthew Missionary Baptist Church, 1006 S. 50th Street, with Pastor Alec Hall, eulogist, and Bishop James McCaskill, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Deacon Namon Woodrow Mills, Jr., was born in Sop choppy, FL (Wakulla County), on September 21, 1921, to Namon Woodrow Mills, Sr., and Alice Allen Mills. Namon attended schools in Wakulla and Leon Counties. After moving to Tallahassee, FL, he met the only love of his life, Idell Edwards, who became his lovely bride at the age of seventeen. Namon was employed with Seaboard Railroad Co. and Caldwell Truck Company for many years in Tallahassee, FL. While at Caldwell, he was given the choice of being trans ferred to VIrginia or Tampa, he chose to move his family to Tampa. After moving to Tampa, Namon had his own janitorial business. He was employed by B&B Supermarket prior to retirement. Namon was a family man. He worked hard to provide a safe, loving and stable home for his wife and children. He and ldell were blessed to have seven children whom he loved, honored and adored: Buford, Joyce, Gwendolyn, Namon, Alice, Shelia and Jackie. Namon was a humble and godly man. He was a Mason and he was very dedicated to Saint Matthew Missionary Baptist Church. He was the church bus driver, substitute Sunday School teacher, handyman and a Deacon. He was or-DEACON NAMON WOODROW MILlS, JR. dained as a Deacon by the late Reverend G. E. Edwards in 1973 He actively performed the duties of a Deacon until his health began to fail. Daddy was an avid fan of Florida A&M football and the Marching 100. He loved fishing, working on cars (in fact, he built one!), home remodeling, gardening and spending time with his family. Namon was predeceased by: his parents, Namon and Alice Mills; stepmother, Ida -Mills; children, Buford Mills, Sr., Gwendolyn Mills, Alice Mills Robusky and Shelia Mills Jones; and siblings, Doc Brewster, Irene Meeks and Bruce Mills. "Daddy" will forever be remembered by: his loving and faithful wife, Idell; his devoted and proud children, Joyce Ann Brown and husband, Louis, Namon Bernard Mills and wife, Diane of Texas, and Jacquelyn Mills Brown and husband, Garry; Barbara Mills, daughter-in-law; grand and great grandchildren, Buford W. Mills, Jr., Monica Mills of Winterview, NC, Valencia Mills Lopez, Patrick Mills of San Francisco, CA, Monique Mills, Donna Mills Douglas and husband, Jermaine, AI Telio -Moragne and wife, Dionne, Victor Mills, Maurice Green, Winston Jones, Philip Guest, Jason Robusky, Kimberly Sanders and husband, Kendell of Texas, Chris Mills of Texas, Tasha Brown, Angelique Lopez, Jennifer Lopez, Shachel Mills, Jaylin Mills, Lay'la Howard, Jermaine Douglas, Jr., Nia Douglas, Austin Mills, Bryce Moragne, Raigan Moragne, Taylor Moragne, Bryce Sanders of Texas, Devin Hall and Jocelyn Hall; sisters, Delores Harpool of Tallahassee, Mary Hargis of Tallahassee, and Linell McCaskill and husband, James of Tallahassee; brother, Napolean Mills and wife, Shirlene of Bradenton; sisters-in-law, Emma Edwards of Dayton, OH, Bertha Edwards and Catherine Gainous; devoted nieces and nephew, Reverend Harry Cloud, Linda McCardy, Cathy McCardy, Twila Gainous and Vannessa Grace; devoted neighbors, Dori, Paula and Renetta; devoted friends, Mae Catherine Jackson, Reggie and Pat Randall, the Gunn family, Kenny Anderson and the New Saint Matthew M. B. Church family; and a host of loving family and friends, too numerous to name, whose lives he touched with his infectious smile, wisdom, unconditional love, caring ways and liberal generosity. The viewing for Deacon Namon Woodrow Mills, Jr., will be held on Friday, July 27, 2012, from 6-8 p.m. at the New Saint Matthew Missionary Baptist Church. The funeral cortege will leave from 11007 Ulster Ct. on Saturday morning at 11:30 a. m., July 28, 2012. EVERETT-DERR &ANDERsoN FUNERAL HOME

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.. :u Rav Williams MRS. MARY RUTH BROWN Mrs. Mary Ruth Brown of 8220 N. Florida Avenue, Apt. 294, passed away Sunday, July 22,2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 2 p. m. at New Mace donia Missionary Baptist Church, 3402 Deleuil Avenue, Rev.PaulBuster,pastor,with Elder Nathaniel Johnson, offi ciating. Born April 22, 1944, to Moses and Estella Richardson, Mrs. Mary Brown was a native of Hillsborough County and a resident of Tampa for 68 years. ShewasaretiredLP.N. She was preeeded in death by: her parents, Moses andEs tella Richardson; 2 sisters, Ethel Harrell and Cynthia Richardson; and a brother, John Williams. She leaves to cherish her memory: 5 children, An toinette Fogo, Anthony Brown (Nina), Arthur Ray Brown, Jr., Alton Brown and Angela McNeal (Alexander); 12 p-andchildren, Anthony Brown, Jr. Antonio Brown, Margaret Stenson, Brandi Fogo, Jade' Foggo, Michael Brown, Bryan Harris, Jr., Delicia Buster, Alexis Mc:Neal and fiance, Dyrell Carrolls, MeKalya Brown, Kayla Brown and Jamario Brown; a host of great granddrlldren; 6 siblinp. Vera Micher (Roosevelt), Moses Richardson, Jr., Vmie Jack son, Hipolito Gonzalez, Mar ion Williams and Teresa Magee; a host of nieces and nephews; good friends of the family, Katherine Scruggs and Lucille Stewart; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, July 27, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WIUJAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliams-funeral home.com MRS. LESSIE HILL Mrs. Lessie Hill of 2007 Goldendale Court, Brandon, FL, 33511, was called home to rest Friday, July 20, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 East Martin Luther King Boulevard, with Rev. Eugene Garnett, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Born March 29, 1920, in Monticello, FL, Mrs. Lessie Hill was the daughter of the late Tom and Ellen Davis. She was a resident of Tampa for many years. Mrs. Hill was preceded in death by: her husband of 46 years, Deacon Leo Madison Hill; daughter, Missionary Debra Ann Olds; brother, Simon Davis; sisters, Rev. Lan nie Stacy, Mattie Mae Brown; four brothers-in-law; and two sisters-in-law. She leaves to cherish her memory: devoted daughters, Ellen .Jean Hill, Onalia Hill; grandchildren, Joshua Madison Olda (Temeka), Akilah Hill; great p-ands, Aaliyah, Travis and Jordan; sisters, Nora Cain of Thomasville, GA, Lanell Glover of Altamonte Springs, FL, and Latrell Williams of Tantpa; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; godchildren and grandchil dren, Dennis Harold, Runetta Johnson and Herman (Mook), Tawana and Yvonne Collins, Jailyn Garland, Alfred Pyles and Sandra Roberts; and spe cial supporting friends, our wonderful church family, Rev. and Sis. Garnett, the Jones/Sankofa, Leeks, Roe and Walters families and the Sapphire Team of LifePath Hospice. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, July 27, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliams-funeralhome.com MR. SIMON 'PENNY' JOHNSON Mr. Simon "Penny" John son of Tampa, passed away Wednesday, July 18, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, Rev. T. D. Leonard, pastor, with Rev. Dwayne K. Gaddis, Pastor ofMt. Zion A.M. E. Church, of ficiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Simon was horn October 19 1935, to Mr. Joe Louis Johnson and Mrs. Julia Johnson of Madison, FL. He was baptized and accepted Christ at an early age at St. Jantes Missionary Baptist Church in Madison. He was a faithful member of Mr. Zion A. M. E. Church of Riverview, FL, where he has served on the Steward, Trustee and Usher Boards and sang in the Church Choir. He attended public sch.ools in MadiSon County and gradu ated from Madison County Trainin& Sc:booL After graduation he attended Florida AAM University, later returning to Madison where he worked as a Unotype Teehnician for the Enterprise Recorder newspa per. After moving his family to Tampa, Simon continued in his profession, wol'ldna at the Florida Sentinel Bulletin for 37 years. Simon Johnson was dedi cated to his family and was loved, respected and admired by family and friends. He was well known throughout the community as a friendly, knowledgeable and supportive person who was always willing to share his wisdom. Simon was preceded in death by: his parents, .Joe Louis and Julia Johnson; brothers, .Joe Johnson and Bert Johnson; sisters, Henrietta Johnson and Charlie Barfield; and daughter, Lanita Berniee .Johnson Taylor. He is survived by: his loving and devoted wife, Lorita John son; sons, Sheldron Tyron Johnson (Jackie), Morris Johnson and Byron Keith Johnson;grandchildren,Shel dron Tyrone (T. J.) Johnson and Simone Alexandria Tay lor; sisters, Mary Hall of Madison, FL, Shellie Golden of Columbus, GA, and Catherine Price of .Jacksonvi1le, FL; nephews, Reverend Dr. Charlie Barfield (Shirley), Raleigh Barfield (Amy), Leroy Hall, Willie Hall (Bertha), Randy Hall, Alfred Ha11, Ralph Hall and Lawrenee .Johnson, all of Florida, and Allen Wiley (Carla) of Atlanta, GA; nieces, Simmie Thomas, Margie Jack son, Usa Barfield, Sandra Barfield, .JuHa Mae Alexander (.Joe), Lucille Hiill, Yvonne Hall. Pearl MeGee (Johnny), Mamie Pryor (Calvin), Barbara Ann Davia (Leonard), Joan .Jolmson, Nicole Franklin, Rhonda Johnson, Anita MonUoY (Charles) and Michelle Rniz of Wesley Chapel, FL; sisters-in-law, Lorata Franidin (Ponee) of Madison, Mary Palmer (Edward) of Tantpa, and Ida Joaes (Michael) of Wesley Chapel; brother-inlaw, Louis Frazier of llochester, NY; devoted family friends, the Dixon family of Madison, Dwayne Mayweather ofTampa, Ruth Hall ofTampa; and a host of sorrowing family and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, July 27, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from r.3o-8:3o p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WilLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliams-funeral bome.com MRS. DARLENE V. VERNON REED Mrs. Darlene Valerie Ver non Reed of 2112 State Street, Tampa, passed away Saturday, July 21, 2012. Paneraleea vices will be condueted Saturday, July 28, 2012, at a p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Miuionary Bapti8t Church, aooa North Rome Avenue, with Rev. Dr. C. T. Kirldand, pastor, of6dMina Interment will follow in Rest Hawn Me morial Park. Mrs. Darlene Valerie Ver non Reed wu born in Tampa, to the late Charlie Vernon, Sr. and Bertha Mae Ballard Veruon on November 19. 1957 She was converted as a member of Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of the late Rev. G. W. Mitchell and Rev. Dr. C. T. Kirkland, where she was under Sis. Grace Mitchell, Sis. Easter Mae Gatlin and Sis. Leota Taylor. Educated in the Hillsborough County School System, she attended George Washing ton Carver Elementary Sehool, Ernest E .Just Middle School and Leto Senior High School, graduating in the year of 1974 Sbe continued her education at Hillsborough Community lege. Legally blind, she graduated from The Ughtbouse for the Blind in a class of twenty. She was married to the late Carter Eugene Reed, Sr. and to this union a son was born, the late Carter Eusene (Woogie) Reed, Jr., and a daughter, Erika M Carter. She was an employee of Na tions Bank, now named Bank of America, as a Data Clerk for several years until she retired. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Carter Eugene Reed, Sr.; aon, Carter Eugene Reed, Jr.; father, Charlie Vernon, Sr.; brother, Derwin Bernard Vernon; grandmothers, Rachael Alveda Ballard, Mamie Culpepper Vernon; mother-in-law, Loai8e Reed; aunb, LoriDe Perry, 18realee Conner and Aples Vernon; and uncles, William Vernon, Sr. and Nathaalel Peny, Sr. As she deparb from this life, she leaves Iovin& thoughts and memories to be cherished by: her Erika M. Carter (William, DI); granddauchten, ICayla Anderaon-carter and ICyla Carter; grandson, William Carter, IV; i5 mother, Bertha Vernon; sis-J< ters, Alveda Vernon and Mamie Igles (Rudene); broth2 ers, Curtis Vernon (Jessie), r Charlie Vernon, Jr. and Len < Vernon, Sr. (Tonyua); sistersin-law, Mattie Richardson, Pastor Lena Boyd (Jerry), Janie Archie (Clarence) and ,. Brenda Reed; a host of nieces N and nephews; and two dearest friends, LaVerne Mustipher and Marion Webb. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, July 27, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the fanrlly will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILUAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliams-funeralhome.com r-0 ::0 c )> ;;.._;;.....o;;.__......,. C/) MR. L. W. TILLMAN m z ::! Mr. L W. Tillman of u905 Z Marion Johnson, Rd., ThonoJ!! tosassa, FL, departed his 1 earthly home Friday, July 13, 2012. rHe was born March 16, I 1926, in Baxley, Georgia, to the parents of Lucius and Viola z 11Ilman, who preceded him in "tJ death. c: He was the father of seven ID children: son, John F. Be11; C and daughter, linda Tillman en Hankerson, preceded him in :::1: death also. Mr. Tillman moved to m Tiunpa in 1959. < He leaves to cherish his m fond meiJ,lories: a longtime companion, Gall Greene of Ft. -t Pierce, FL; son, .James Tillman c: (Loretta) of Tampa; four m daughters, Ann Siplin of en Tampa, Carolyn Baldwin (CarC lewyle, Jr.) of Thonotosassa, FL, Christine Reddick )> (Labronn) of Tampa, and Glo-z ria Johnson (Joe) ofThonotoC sassa, FL; daughter-in-Jaw, Vivian Bell of Seffner, FL; for:!! mer son-in-law, .Jimmie HanC keson of Tantpa; godson, Robert Hankerson; special friend, Allee Johns oflbonotosassa, FL, and Mozella White of Ft. Pierce, FL; grandchildren, Demetris Pitts, Rodney Pitts, Lucius Tillman, Lisa Till man, J. T. Tillman, Terry Till man, Bridgette Parham, Shontrice Allen, Katrina Perkins, Justin Tillman, JoAnn Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Twanda Jansen, Vera Northcutt, Terry C. Till man, John Smith, Quentin Smith, Latwanda Watson, Julia Hart, Michael.Bell, Karl Bell, Gail Baldwin, Lonnie Joe Baldwin, Theda Baldwin, Charles Baldwin, Donavon Baldwin, Reginald Baldwin, Curtis Baldwin, Carlewyle Baldwin, Ill, Kenneth Bald win, Sherman Baldwin, Tifl.'any Baldwin, Alfonso Baldwin and Marvin Baldwin; fifty great p-andchildren and twenty-five great, great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Viewing will be held for family only, to be followed by C) cremation. m Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILUAMS FUNERAL I HOME. )>

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Funera s/Memoriams/ N ,.: N Wilson ;:) > a: u. c z c( c t/) w ;:) w > w c w ::1: t/) ::::i m ;:) 0.. z _, _, ;:) m _, w z t= z w t/) i a: 0 _, u. SHANNON A. HEYWARD, III, Celebration of life service for Shannon A. Heyward, III, of Tampa, will be held Satur day, July 28, 2012, at 2 p.m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605, with Elder Ronnie Nor ton, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He was preceded in death by: his aunt, Shantele Hey ward; and great grandparents, Herman and Delores Ran dolph. Mission assigned, July 16; 2012 -mission accomplished, July 17, 2012. Shannon, m, is survived by: his parents, Shannon and Sa davia Heyward, Jr.; sister, Sa niah Williams; grandparents; great grandparents; aunts, un cles and host of cousins and friends. There will be viewing from 5 9 p. m., Friday, July 27, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home. Friends are asked to assem ble at the funeral home at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilaon ticneralhome.com CARD OF THIN IS HORACE LEE The family of Bro. Horace J. Lee gratefully acknowledges and deeply appreciates every expression of sympathy and all acts of kindness that have been shown to our fam ily during this most difficult time. We pray God's continual blessing unto you. Horace, I will love you now and forever, Sandra. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' (813) 248-192 DARRELL CRAIG WNDON,SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Darrell Craig London, Sr., who passed away on July 16, 2012, will be held Satnrday, July 28, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Fu neral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29,. Street, Tampa, 33605, with the Reverend Michael Price, Pastor of St. James A.M. E. Church, officiating. Inter ment will fOllow in Garden of Memories Cemetery, 4207 E. Lake Avenue, Tampa, 33610. On October 17, 1959, Darrell was born to the union of Mr. and Mrs. Ric:bard (Iradean) London, Sr. Darrell attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and p-aduated from Brandon Seoior High School in the C...ol1fJ77. At the tbae of Mr. Darrell London's dnniae, he was employed with Wyndham Hotel as a Chef. Dllrin3 his 20 years at Wyncl.hun, he received nu merous awards and accolades of excellent 8erVice to the com pany. There are lots of fine qualities to be remembered about Mr. Darrell London such as: his kindness, quietness, com passionate manner, extremely private soul and lover of foot ball. Mr. Darrell C. London, Sr. was preceded in death by his stepfather, Mr. Bobby Biggs. Cherished and fond memories are left in the hearts of: his cllildren, Darrell, Jr., Paige, Darren and Meseadia; grandcllild, Azasheonna; devoted mother, Mrs.lradean London Biggs; a loving father, Mr. Richard (Janice) London, Sr.; brothers, Ric:bard (Mae) Lon don, Jr. of Atlanta, GA, and Wmston (Mary) London of Tampa; sisters, Rhuetelia (Marvin) Bradford and Fontaine (Tony) Marion of Tampa; aunts, Ms. Catherine Walker, Mrs. Lucille Oates of Concord, and Mrs. El louise Beal of Tampa; step brothers, Rodney Biggs of Wmter Haven, FL, and Douglas Biggs of lithonia, GA; stepsister, Tonya Chamberlain of Albany, GA; a host of cousins, nephews, nieces, other relatives and friends who include, &Qdsisters, Robin Paschal and Cheryl (Henry) Washington; and special acknowledgement to Jackie Brown, Diane Inmon, Gwendolyn Brown, St. James A. M. E. Church, St. J08eph Mission ary Baptist Church, Evelyn Mobley and the Progress Village Com.mnnity. There will be viewing from 5-9 p. m. today (Friday) July 27, 2012 at Wilson Funeral Home. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the eervlce. A WILSON SERVICE" JDJRIP.IPfllontjcnerglbontC.com Memorial Service MS. CYNTHIA JEAN THOMAS Sunrise: July 17, 1949 Sunset: July 7, 2012 Ms. Cynthia Jean Thomas of Tampa, departed her earthly home on Saturday, July 7 2012. She was born and raised in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. She was a class of 1967 graduate of Gar rett BiJh School in Garrett, In diana. She worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Wellington M:anor and Cambridge Convalescent Nursing Center in Tampa, an Office Assistant for Jackson Heights Estates in Tampa, and as a Toll Collector for the Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway in Tampa. Some of the things she en joyed most in life were spend ing time with her grandchildren, working with arts and crafts, sewing, bingo and spoiling her pet Shill Tzu, Chachi. She was preceded in death by her father, Raymond Thomas. She is survived by: mother, Phyllis Ruby; daughters, Nicole Thomas and Heather Thomas; grandchildren, Nikada Straughter, Tyree Hamilton, Ohonna Hamilton, Olivia Beachem, India Hamil ton and Trinity Beachem; sis ter, Rebecca Thomas; three brothers, Richard Thomas, Michael Thomas and Steven Thomas; goddaughter, Teresa Hollowell and daughters, Misha Miller and Jadzia Hol lowell; godson, Burnice "Burnie" Ford; and a host of nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at the home of Nicole Thomas on Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 11 a. m. at 130 Ruby Circle, Brandon, FL, 33510. ALBERTA JOHNSON LOUISY 7/27/00 You are loved and missed by all your cllildren, sisters, grands, great grands and friends. IN MEMORY OF MRS. GERTRUDE (GRANNIE) MCCOY 5/14/15-7/26/07 Although it' s been 5 years since you passed away, we love and miss you every single day. We love and miss you al ways and forever. Love, your family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SUSIE BURNEY Another birthday, another year, with precious memories of one so dear. If tears could wash away our pain, we would not feel such hurt again. The heartbreak felt since you've been gone, we wouldn't wish on anyone. But, today is your birthday, so we'll have to be brave and accept God's taken what first He gave. The family. MRS. CHERYL DENISE DAVIS-WHITEHEADFERRELL Sunrise: 12-11-1957 Sunset: 7-30-2008 "Cheryl," it has been four years since you left us. You are always on our "minds," and forever in our "hearts." But, we are persuaded that "life," nor "death," nor "anaels," nor "principalities," nor "powers," nor thinp "present," nor thinp to "come," nor any other "creature" shall be able to "separate" us, from the "love" of "God," which is in "Christ Jesus," our "Lord." We "love" you "Cheryl," but "God loved you best." The THANK YOU SISTER ROZENA JACKSON WILLIAMS Our heartfelt thanks to all the beautiful people who cared to send cards, flowers, uttered kind words, pre pared tasty food and helped us to pray. Your kindness means more to us than words can ever tell. We give New Hope M. B. Church and Wilson Funeral Home staff a very special thank you for taking such good care of us. CUD If IPPRECIIOON DEACON BOBBY LEE ROYAL I earried you on eagles winp and brought you to myself. EXODUS 19:4. The family of Deacon Bobby Royal acknowledges with grateful appreciation, an ads of kindness, seen and UD8elell, during the demise of our loved one. The cards, :Oorals, tele phone calls, prayers, visits and other sympathetic gestures are deeply appreciated. Special thanks to: Resurrection Temple House Of Prayer, Apostle Otha Lock ett, pastor, Edward W. Stone and Stone's Memorial Fu neral Home staff, and Long shoremen Local #1402. May God richly bless all of yon. 1bank you so much. 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Funera HARMON MR. JAMES F. "KO-JACK" JENKINS, JR. Funeral services for Mr. James F. "Ko-jack" Jenkins, Jr., who was called home to rest on July 21, 2012, at the age of 77, will be held Saturday, July 28, 2012, at noon at Harmon's Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street. Minister James Jenkins will officiate. Interment will take place at Florida National Cemetery. Mr. Jenkins resided in Tampa for more than 50 years. He was born and educated in the Palatka School System. Mr. Jenkins was a retired longshoreman and honorably discharged member of the U. S. Army in August 30, 1961. He was a faithful and long time member of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. Mr. Jenkins was preceded in death by his mother, Pearlie B. Jenkins; wife, Viona Simpson Jenkins; son, Roy Jenkins; and grandson, Sylvester Scott. He leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with sons: James F. Jenkins, III, of Tampa, Robert L. Jenkins, of Lakewood, NJ, James "Sudie" Jenkins, and wife, Renvia, of Valdosta, GA, and Wilbert Jenkins, of Cleveland, OH; sister, Jenny Marie Flucas; daughters: Margaret Jenkins Scott, Margurite Jenkins, Caroline Barnes Jenkins, and Pamela Jenkins, of Valdosta, GA, Lizzie P. Jenkins, of Tampa; grandchildren: Robyn and Kenneth Reeves, Tywonn L. Harris, Jeremiah J. Damon, Leola H. Damon, Alisa Henderson, William Brown, of NJ, Yakema Jenkins, Sean D. Battles, Jr., Shunta Battles, Darralnett Scott, Antwan Scott, Marquez Scott, Roy Dino Jenkins, Angel Adams, Margie Bradley, Iyuna Jenkins, Angel Jenkins, Charles Jenkins, Christopher Adams, Gary Adams, Tyree Jenkins, Deseri Adams, and Eli Jenkins; and a host of great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins,. and spe cial friends. Visitation for Mr. Jenkins will take place Friday, July 27, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. A HARMON BURIAL MR. TERRANCE PRICE DAVIS, JR., a.k.a., PEPE Terrance Price Davis Jr. "Pepe," 28, passed away during the early hours of Friday, July 13, 2012. Born on August 5, 1983, in Tampa, he resided at 10007 North 23rd Street, Tampa, 33612, with his beloved family. He was preceded in death by: his grandfathers, Ernest Davis, Sr., Johnny L. Guyton, Sr., four great aunts, two aunts and four great uncles. He is survived by: his wife, Jasmine Williams Davis of Tampa; children, Terrancia Davis and Zephaniah Williams of Tampa; mother, Sonya G. Davis of Tampa; father, Terrance P. Davis, Sr. of Tampa; grandmothers, Mrs. Margaret L. Guyton of Tampa and Mrs. Lorraine P. Davis of Cherry Hill, NJ; sisters, Charlet D. Davis, Brandie L. Davis and Alicia L. Davis of Tampa; brother, Ricardo P. Guyton, Sr. of Tampa; many loving nephews, nieces, aunts and uncles; cousins, Victoria D. Guyton of Tampa; and friends on both sides of his family. The wake will be held Friday, July 27, 2012, from 6-8 p. m., Pastor Louisa Campbell, pastor; Minister Pernell Scott, officiating; and Bishop Alto Blanding, eulogist. Homegoing services will be held Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 1 p. m. at True Holiness Deliverance Center Church, 3800 North Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, 33605; Bishop Alto Blanding, officiating, eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 East Hanna Avenue, Tampa, 33610. Visitation for Mr. Terrance Price Davis, Jr. will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing service _are asked to assemble at the church 12:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL Crime Murder Trial To Begin In Shooting AI Club r-------. murder May 31 ,2010 On Monday, jury selection will begin in the murder case ofRodneyJones. Jones, 41, was shot and killed as he was leaving a West Tampa night club on May 31, 2010. Police said Jones was shot during an attempted robbery. In January 2011, police arrested Dontae Morris and charged him with the homicide. Morns is also facing three other murder trials in the deaths of Derek Anderson, 21, killed on May 18, 2010; Harold Wright, 25, killed on June 8; and Tampa Police Officers David Curtis, 31, and Jeffery Kocab, 31, who were both killed on June 29, 2010 during a traffic stop. JAMES JENKINS, JR. And CHRISTOPHER CARLTON A federal jury has found James Craig Jenkins, Jr., 33, guilty of conspiracy to pos sess with the intent to distribute, 5 kilograms or more of cocaine last week. Jenkins faces a maximum penalty of life in prison. His sentencing is scheduled for October 9, 2012. He was indicted March 1, 2012. On February 9, 2012, Jenkins and co-defendant, Christopher Carlton, tried to purchase 7 kilograms of cocaine from an undercover officer, and were arrested. Following the arrests, law enforcement seized $55,960, allegedly money Jenkins was going to use to pay for the first 2 kilograms of cocaine. According to testimony and evidence presented at trial, a confidential source identified Jenkins as a multi-kilogram distributor of cocaine in the area. In a series of recorded phone calls, Jenkins arranged to purchase 7 kilo grams of cocaine. He negotiated paying for 2 kilograms of cocaine up front, and having 5 kilograms given to him on credit. The kilograms of cocaine credited to Jenkins would be paid for after the cocaine was sold. Carlton, 37, pled guilty on May 24 2012. His sentencing hearing is scheduled for August 23, 2012 Authorities Raid 5 Spice warehouses This warehouse on 12th Avenue in Ybor City was raided by DEA agents Wednesday. On Wednesday, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office joined agents with the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency in a raid of 5 spice warehouses in Tampa. One of the warehouses raided was on 12th Avenue near 40th Street in Ybor City. DEA agents wore hazmat suits to protect themselves from toxic chemicals as they removed several boxes of syn thetic marijuana from the small warehouse. Authorities seized tens of thousands of bags of products used to make synthetic marijuana at locations where the product was concocted, dried, mixed with various aromatics, and packaged for shipment. Hundreds of thousands of retail ready packets were seized. There were no arrests at this time as the nationwide investigation continues. In Hillsborough County, agents seized drums of 200proof ethyl alcohol and scores of bottles of acetone used in the making of these products. In addition, authorities con fiscated hundreds of pounds of sacks and bales of leafy material and plants. On Wednesday, the search warrants were served at: ., Wild Incense Distribu6 tion Warehouse, 4401 :!! 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY JULY 27. 2012 B I Middleton High School Class 111962 Has 51th Reunion I With the theme, "Reminiscing The Past, Enjoying The Present, and Embracing The Future," Middleton High School's Class of 1962 held their soth Reunion. The event was people friendly with all fellow classmates really enjoying each other. They even honored Mr. Morris Williams and Mrs. Betty Jo Hayes as special teachers. Jewel Byrd Warren, President, has kept their class together for almost so years. She was well appreciated. The master of ceremony was Andre White who kept everyone in stitches. (PHOTOS BY SYLVESTER HARRIS) In this class picture are (sitting): Kay Francis Parker, Elizabeth Hardy, Flora Wynn Pimento, Eunice Butts Pimento, Evora Wynn, Jewel Byrd Warren, Claudette Myrick, Eria Sutton, Inez Foxworth, and Barbara Thompson. Standing: Matthew Ellis, Wilson Robertson, Gloria Frances, Patricia Singfield, Sandra Allen, Mattie James, Helen Bozeman, Claude Rhanes, Jackie Laque, Margaret White, Issac Young, Gloria, Betty Jo Hayes, Charlotte Hardy, Alice Peterson, Joretha Alexander, James Hillsman, Marilyn Graham, Shirley Williamson, Mary Epperson, and Morris Williams. Next row: Daniel Colleton, Alvin Pimento, Eugene Alfonso, Eryn Johnson, Carlton Gambrell, Maurice Tucker, Arthur Goff, and Coleman Bell. Standing, last row: Clayton Anderson, Edward Morange, Earnest Anderson, Andre White, Manuel Mitchell, Bobbi Washington, and Clifford Ray. Class President, Jewel Warren, and her son, Conrad, a supporter. Dr. John Scrivens gives the opening address. From left to right: Wilson Robertson, Jewel Warren, Evora Wynn Pimento, and Andre White. From left to right: classmates, Elizabeth Hardy, Maurice Tucker, Margaret White, and Matthew Ellis. Participating in the class event were: Evora Pimento, Wilson Robertson, Eria Chester, Carlton Gambrell, Claudette Myrick, Charles Thornton (Vice Pres.), and Jewel Warren, (President). Class Committee Members: Eunice Butts, Flora Poitier, Claude Rhanes, Evora Pimento, Charles Thornton, Claudette Myrick, Eria Chester, Inez Foxworth, Barbara Thompson. Standing: Wilson Robinson, Jewel Warren, Carlton Gambrell, and Issac Young. Out of towners attending the reunion were (sitting, left to right): Sandra Allen Kelly, Charlotte Hardy, Gloria Frances Hall, Elizabeth Hardy, Mary Epperson, Marilan Graham Sullivan, Joretha Alexander, Kay Frances Parker Henry, and Carla Moragne. Standing: Eugene Alfonso, Matthew Ellis, Arthur Goff, Le Earnest Anderson, Mrs. Anderson, Jewel Byrd Warren, Mr. Sullivan, Bobby Washington, Carlton Gambrell, James Hillsman, Clifford Ray, and Edward Moragne.

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Bad Car Deal Results InMan Being Deponed BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When Christopher Storer came to the United States from his native Jamaica, he had aspirations of becoming a successful businessman. He also want ed to assimilate into the local culture, while still holding on to his West Indian roots. What Storer hadn't planned on was a business transaction costing him his dream of living in the United States, and also jail time CHRISTOPHER. SI'OR.ER. charged me w ith things I knew nothing about During the court hearing, I sat there listening to lies being told about me, and there was nothing I could do to defend m y self. I was working two jobs and had set up a nice life for myself here. But when this happened, all I had gained \Yas lost. Storer found himself not just locked up but also fac ing deportation. He fought off efforts to be deported, but on June 28th, the battle was lost, and he was sent back. In December 2010, Storer had gone to a local used car dealership to pur chase a car. After purchase ing the car, he noticed right away it had problems, and returned it to the lot. money back, and he wasn't going to allow me to exchange the car for another one." "Now, I'm in Jamaica, and I'm having all kinds of pro blems. I haven't been able to get a legal identification card, because my green card and passport are still in the Tampa area. z "That's where everything C fell apart for me," recalls Storer admits he lost his and tossed a brick through the rear window of the automobile, but he did nothing that warranted what he went through with the court system. "I left them with my girl friend, Tequila Gibbs, and I'm trying to reach out to her to have her send me the documents." 5J "I took the car to the deal w ership, told them it had problems, and I wanted my > money back. He told me I ffi wasn't going get my "By the time I was arrested in January 2011, they had Christopher Storer can be reached at (876) 316-28oo. The Hillsborough County Head Start Program is now CountY enrolling applicants into their child j care program with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) & Early Head Start is accepting children m I N w C) with Family Support Plans (IFSPs). You may be eligible .for this program if you: 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 Are a parent of a child with an Individualized Education P lan 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 dlild who will tum three before Sept 1 of the current school year Additionally for Early Head Start: Are the parent of a child with an Individualized Family Support Plan Are the parent of a child with spedal needs and receiving therapy Have a child between the ages of 6 weeks and 23 months HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Bocvul. oJ In actordance with the Americans with Oisabillties Nt. this does not discriminate based on Mother Still Feels Pain Of losing Her OIIV Child BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer In 2008, Levi Dixon, Jr. was an aspiring gospel artist, and a junior at Howard W. Blake High School. His mother Angela Pearson, said he could always be found either in his recording studio, or any where else he could sit in front of a keyboard and cre ate gospel music. Dixon was hanging out with friends on July 27, 2008 at a house in the 2500 block of Chestnut Street. Unknown to Dixon, his friends had left him alone in the house when an intruder kicked open the front door at 4 a. m. and shot him. He was later pronounced dead. Tampa Police said Dixon may have been mistaken for someone else. No arrests were made in the shooting death. Ms. Pearson said it's been four years since the death of her only child, and the pain just won't go away. "There's not a day that goes by I don't think about Levi," said Ms. Pearson. "This is vecy tough for me, because he was my only child, and had such a bright future ahead of him He was no angel, but he wasn't a bad kid LEVI DIXON, JR. Ms Pearson said her son had so many friends when he was alive, but she wants to know where they are now. "It seems all of his friends have disappeared now that he's dead. I haven't heard anything from any of the friends who were with him in the house the night he was killed. "If anyone knows any thing, please step up. He was a loving person who wanted nothing more than to write and play music. I'm begging anyone to come for ward with information about who killed my son. Please call the police You don't have to tell them who you are, but you can help solve my s on's murder. :\fount .Junior AcadenlY Kindergarttn-Sth NOW UtiSTERIN& FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR WE OFFER: 1. Bible-based instruction 2. Caring, loving, certified teachers 3. High value at an affordable rate 4. Florida Pride scholarships 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. FuUy accredited curriculum 13. Sman class size 14. Before and after school program 15. Reading and math labs 16. Music (String Ensemble) Training minds, hearts, and hands 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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Local :B Rainbow Heights Holds First Neighborhood Meeting f two events in October, and !< Ms. Jones said Marion "Clay" Daniels was the first N recipient of their monthly recognition of people in their N community who work hard. Dani.els was presented a plaque by the group. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Rainbow Heights community has always had a crime watch group, but as of February, they also now have a neighborhood association. Ms. Frankie Jones is president of the Rainbow Heights Neighborhood Asso ciation, and they've already began to work on several projects for their community Holding their first official meeting this past Saturday, City Councilman Frank Reddick was in attendance to listen to the concerns of the residents, and straighten out confusion about a lot on the corner of 34th Street and Chelsea. "There were some in Rainbow Heights who thought the site of the old Honky Tonk had been given to the Rainbow Heights Community," said Council man Reddick. "First, the property was purchased with TIF (Tax In crement Finance) dollars, and people in East Tampa have told us what they would like to see on the lot. "Ms. Jones is in agree ment with us that a commu nity center would be perfect for that location. Ms. Jones said her pri mary interest is to keep Rain bow Heights residents from MS. FRANKIE JONES having to travel so far to get to a community center. "I'm concerned about our seniors and young people having to go to either the YET Center or Fair Oaks. "I think if we had our own community center, it would take a lot of our young people off the streets and give them something productive to do." Ms. Jones said Coun cilman Reddick explained to them that it will take ei ther an outside sponsor, or the group raising funds on its own, to build a community center specifiqlily for Rain bow Heights. "We understand we don't have the funds to build a cen ter, nor do we have the funds it will take to operate a com munity center "We are prepared to work hard and do whatever we can to raise some of the funds, Hillsborough Countv To Hold Budget Public Hearings Hillsborough County is holding a series of public hearings to receive comment from the public on its recom mended budget for Fiscal Year 2013, which starts in October. The first public hearing was held on Thurs day, July 19. Two additional budget public hearings will be held on Sept. 12 and Sept. 20 befQre the budget is adopted. Public comment is welcome and encouraged. In addition to attending in person, residents will be able to view all budget work shops live on Bright House channel 622, Verizon and Comcast channel 22, or on the County's website at www.hillsboroughcounty.or g through live streaming video by clicking on the "On line Meetings" button. Those who cannot attend the public hearings can also give their ideas and opinions on budget actions by send ing e-mails to hcbudget@hillsboroughcounty.org, by voice or text to 813-704-0181, or by post ing a comment on the budget biog available at the website below. More information and instructions for all comment options, a link to the dates of the budget hearings and workshops, and a link to the recommended budget docu ment in its entirety are available on the County's website at www.hillsbor oughcounty.org/budgetmattersj. but that doesn't mean we wouldn t appreciate some one else doing it for us. All we ask for is a place for us to meet, a place for our seniors to go, and a place our young people can go to improve their lives." Ms. Jones said they are trying to in crease their num bers, and they meet every third Saturday at 3621 Genessee Street, at the First Christian Community Church. The group has plans for "TT r 0 :u g en m z ::::! z m r m c r r z "U c m r CiS :I: m 0 m < m -t c m en 0 )> z 0 "TT :!! 0

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c a: DON And BETTYE JOHNSON July28 Seven years, thank God. c:( c en w :::) .... w > w t:J w :I: en ::i m :::) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::) m ...J w z i= z w en c:( c a: 0 ...J LL REKESIA WILLIAMS, HILTONESIA WILLIAMS, BEKIDA LEE And ASHLEY WILLIAMS Happy birthday to our 1st lady. Our RHOT for 17 years. Happy birthday, Sis. GRAND OPENING! : July 28,2012 11am-The brands you trust. .. r -fJonna Beauty iupplg 2408A EAST LAKE AVE. TAMPA, FL 33805 (813) 898-2840 We spec1alsze m AFFORDABLE urban hair care & we' re OPEN LATE to meet your needs IIIJOI:ICMV Thtndey: 8am -Bpm Sllfutdlty ; .., f., fQam-Spm FOOD, DRINKS, MUSIC & FAMILY/ COllE ONE, COllE All, TO AN EVENT YOU CAN'T 111881 HIPII Blrllldll REKESIA WILLIAMS, HILTONESIA WILLIAMS, BEKIDA LEE And ASHLEY WILLIAMS Happy birthday to our mommy, Kesi. Love: Nesi, Nani, Marquis and Hilton. JOHN BARNES Wishing you happiness on your birthday, praying you have many more With love your best friend. MS. VERA 'Still Standing' When have you ever been able to hold a child of God down? Love always and forever: Peggy, Jecoliah, Jayla, Cory and Devin. ANTIONETIE VARNES, ALBERT. C. BLOCKER AndNATASHABLOCKER Happy birthday Albert C. Blocker, July 29th From your children, grands, great grands, and great, great grands. "We love you." HILTON WILLIAMS And REKESIA WILLIAMS I had to understand, you've got to live and learn to make mis-takes to be the man. I love my wife, my homie, my lover; she's my best friend. She's going to be there for me 'til the very end, no matter what. Happy birthday, Babe.

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All About You! lisa IIIII Binhdll She will be my Mooka 'til the end. She 's Gaga to family and friends. I love you. Happy birthday. From Nana and Raymond. Happy belated birthday to my mom and my Larz. Conaratuladons To The Glovenl RICCARDO And BEVERLY GLOVER Riccardo and Beverly ex changed vows on May 26, 2012, in the presence of family and friends. A big thank you goes out to everyone for making their day so special. May their futures continue to be everything they Wish for. Love, David and Deronda Green. FLOSSIE PITIMAN July26 What a blessing it is to still be able to enjoy your smile and your humor. Know that you are loved by 7 and adored by many. Happy 8oth birthday Mama. MELAnd JA'LEYIAH Happy birthday, Daddy. From, your Lil Lady! MEL I would like to wish you a happy birthday on your special day. You're another year stronger and wiser. Looking forward to sharing many more loving years with you. Love, your wife, Ebonie. TERRIBLE TWO Wiz will be celebrating his 2nd birthday 7/28, with family and friends at Chuck E. Cheese. Enjoy your day, son. BlessedDav DELORES E. RAINES AndJAMESE. JOYNER, JR. To my good friend, Delores, a.k.a., Duby and my dear godson. May God bless this day. Love always, Delilah, a.k.a., Ms. Blessed. KEYONN, WILLO And WILLIE BO Wishing a happy birthday to our Lil Prince on his special day. Love: Mommie and Daddy. Free Willie Bo, by the way. c: !< 1\) ..... 1\) 0 ...a. 1\)

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N ..... N :::> "") >.;' fE Learning From Mistakes Life is a teachable mo ment every day Every day you live life, will present it self with a teachable mo ment that will affect how you live the rest of your life. The danger of having teachable moments is not learning the lesson they present. Not only must you learn the lesson you must also im plement the change. To help you learn the positive lesson from your choices you will need someone who will be honest and true. This is the lesson from J e hoshaphat in 2 Chronicles 19:4-11, this week's lesson. All the events of this week's lesson come as the result of him learning from a mistake he made. Jehoshaphat c helped a king who he was a: not supposed to help; as a u. 0 consequence he was chas-Z c( tised by God. The people of Judah struggled with remammg faithful to God and not wor shipping other gods. Je hoshaphat led the people to return to God (vs. 4). As king he had a responsibility to set or establish some reli gious order. Other kings walked in the ways of the world, but he chose to follow after righteousness. He empowered the people to judge over sections of the kingdom (vs. 5). In his charge to them he com manded them to be careful of their decisions because what they do will not be for them, but for the Lord (vs. 6). People who are empo wered by the favor of God must be forever reminded that they must do what is good, right, and pleasing in the eyes of God. Too often, in the church, people make decisions about what is best and pleasing to man. As Je hoshaphat stated, your judg ments are for God and not forman. He gives them reason why they should judge right. His wisdom to them serves as reasons why we should change how we make deci sions and treat people today. He says to them; fear the Lord, in the Lord there is no injustice, no partiality, or no bribery. Every leader must learn from the mistakes of the past. Jehoshaphat empo wered and appointed people who would follow the com mands of God. Jehoshaphat put people in charge of the city who would seek to please God. As a leader in the church, you must seek people who will do the will of God and not the will of man. The mistakes of the past are to put people over the church and the things of God who desire to live according to the world. These people put the church in bondage and cause the people to moan. He further commanded them that they should serve faithfully and wholeheart edly in the fear of the Lord (vs. 9). People who serve in leadership and serve in gen eral must do so fearing God with faith and commitment. The past teaches what hap pens when there is no fear, faith, or commitment to God. If you have tried to serve the Lord in any capacity without fear, faith, and com mitment you have seen the results. Learning from that mistake will help you change how you do things. Your spiritual success does not come outside of God; it comes in God! He realized that there are issues of a secular nature and those that relate to reli gious affairs; therefore he appoints men over the secu lar and the religious (vs. 11). In any venue justice is to be administered. When there is justice in the world and in the church, there is great peace. The changes Jehoshaphat implemented were the re sults of lesson learned from previous mistakes. You can live a life more suitable for God by learning the lessons from the mistakes of your past, too! Middleton High School Class 011963 The Middleton High School Class of 1963 will meet Satur day, July 28, 2012, 12:30 p. m. at Golden Corral Restaurant, 11801 N. 56th St., Temple Terrace. All classmates are encouraged and invited to attend. For more information, please call (813) 447-1194 or (813) 391-2493 c tJ) w :::> 1-1 CHURCH DIRECTORY w > w c w ::E: tJ) m :::> D. z i= w ..J ..J :::> m ..J w z i= z w tJ) C a: 0 ..J u. 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: 248-HELP Sllldar: Tuesday: Blsllop Eddilltwkirt, 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 w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5 :30 P M Free Tutorial 6:45 P M & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: .,.A Olurch of the inner city reachingout to the community by miristemg to the whole man." Outrea'll Ministry: NJAHCOMMUNITY, H:./ t()IJSE ()=LYDIA liD. WALTBI J. WILLIAMS Putor Emeritus Early M>ming Worship 7 : 56A .M. Sunday Mcming Waship :30AM. Morning Worship 10:55 A M Wed. Family Nigrt-7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dee. KeMn DeCoursey Chairman, Deeoons' Mfni Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW 6 :00 P M Evening Worship 7 :00P. 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""' :::D needed for all especially: family and friends in the pass Monday, July 30th July Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to Keelan 26th; Mario Mallard, 28th; Natasha Barnum; 29th and Ashleigh Grubbs, 29th. Happy birthday to my mom, Mrs. Shirley Sanders (7/28), my aunt, Mrs. Velma Doyle (7/28), and my cousin, Mr. D'kevis "Big Dog" Greene (7/31). These wishes come from Sicily Sanders who is send ing much love your way!! Birthday wishes are sent to Rosalind Burgman (7/30) and Anthony Edins, II (7/28). From mom and grandmom Ms. Betty Harris. Wish you man y more! Belated Birthday Wishes H app y b e l a ted b i rthday to Lady Ira Mae Eddison (Ju l y 1 8 th). It is the prayer of SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M Morning Service -11 :30 A. M. Evening Service 7:30 P. M. Bible Studv -Tu<-..'Sday Evening Bible Band-7:30 P M your old time friend that each of your days are filled with the desires of your hearts and the Lord will continue to bless you with many, many more birthdays! Happy belated birthday to my cousin, lesha "That Gyri" (7/4) and Journei Mae (7/25). Love always, Shanaye Naye Jenkins. Sick And Shut-Ins Sick and shut-in, but not forgotten: Mary Monts, Dorothy lrork, Elizabeth Bethea, Perry King, Lena Daniels, Leona W'dliams, Peretha King, James Green, Ella Churchill, Bro. Joe Williams and Sis. Diane Williams. Prayer Requests Without God on our side w h e r e w ou l d we be, pra y er is 1hursday Evening -YPWW-7:30 P. M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach M in istry7:30P.M. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue* ( C-orner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P O Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. t Klltdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 2541441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M .-----............ MORNING WORSHIP -11 A.M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PMFamily Series Holl' (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's SUpper (Cornnulion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer SeMce 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bille Study D1. C. I. 1C111LA11, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org Cora McCall, Robert ing of their loved one, the late Health Information on the in-c.. Miller,AnnieLauraJelks, MattieBelleCliatt. Itis my temetat6p. m. C: Waymon Saffore, Mamie. prayer that each of you will Pittman, Alfonso Lee, continue to look to the Lord Hazel Brown, Evelyn for your comfort and strength Scripture (Psalm 119:169-170) N ..., N Q Larry, Idell. Mills, Ella Harris, James Wiggs, Phyllis Akes, Van Scott and Eloise Leeks. Unspoken prayer request for the family of Johnny Trotman, who is in Memo rial Hospital. Deepest Sympathy Our deepest sympathy is sent to our own special lady, Ms. Iradean Biggs, who lost her son, Darrell Craig "Rock" London on Monday, July 16, 2012 His homegoing service will be Saturday, July 28th at Wilson Funeral Chapel. Please keep her and family in your prayers. Sincere condolences are sent to Charles Israel "Chuck" Jeffrey Jr. and famil y for his r e cent loss of his grandmother Ms. Shirley Andersen in Canada Belated condolence s a re e x t e nded to Marilyn Cliatt, ............ ,_ Pa s t o r S u n d ay S c hoo l 9 : 4 5 a m M o rnin g W o r s hip 11 a m Ev e nin g Wor s hi p -5 p .m. Pr a yer M e et ing T uesday 7 :30p.m. V i s i to r s Are Welcome! GRACE IIIARY MISSIOURY BAP11ST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St 248-3n9 Ear1y Morning Worship -8 A M Sunday School 9 :30 A.M. Morning Worship -10:50 A M. Bible Study, Wed. 7 P M .... Events At The Library July 20, 2012, the 78th Street Library had free infor mation on diabetes at 11 a. m. by authorities in the medical field. Let my cry come before N thee o Lord. Give me under standing according to thy word. Let my supplication come before thee, deliver me according to thy word. For more information on this and other programs please contact your local li brary in your area. Bloomingdale Regional Library News Check out the following classes. Bloomington Regional Library: July 27th at 330 p. m. Ebooks and Ereaders: An In troduction Tuesday, Jul y 31st, 2: 00 p. m. -Excel: Pivot Tables 78th Street Library : Jul y 30th Informacion Sabre Salud -En La Internet at sp.m. IIPTIST 111111 Thought For Today Good intentions are no sub stitute for action: failure usu ally follows the path of least persistence. F.lr.I. Continue to keep President Barack Obama and family in your prayers, also our servicemen and women and public servants Remember our helper in the kitchen Shulon s Kitchen 8 1 3-741-9760. Call y our news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at 8137 35-7968 121JI.....,_SI.. 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Letter To Editor In Open Lener To The Citizens 11 Hillsborough Countv. I have asked the Chil dren's Board to support the option to terminate my contract without cause on October 1, 2012. The Children's Board will hold a special meeting on Au gust 1st at 4 p.m. to dis cuss this issue. I have worked on be half of children and their families in Hillsborough County for 34 years with two employers: the De partment of Child and Family Studies at the Florida Mental Health In stitute in the University of South Florida; and, the Children's Board of Hillsborough County. I have loved every part of my career and every po sition I have held. How ever, no position has made me feel more hon ored every single day for the last 15 years than being the Chief Executive Officer of the Children's Board. The mission of the Children's Board has al ways been to identify or develop and fund pro grams that provide per manent positive change for individuals, families and communities. This approach has cre ated lasting results and the highest return on in vestment for your tax dol lars. In recent years, we have been recognized as a model for other organizations throughout the United States. The past year has been most challenging for the Children's Board and our dedicated staff. Reducing our budget by a third was a gruesome task. The resulting loss of $10 million in services to kids and families, at a time when many of them needed them the most, has been heartbreaking for us all. Allowing key staff positions to remain 'vacant saved precious dol lars, and at the same time strained a staff already over extended. Requiring all of our funded agencies to corn pete for the dramatically reduced budget bas also been excruciating. We know that beginning Octo ber 1st, excellent services, many that we created, will no longer exist. October 1st also marks the date that the Chil dren's Board and our community partners will launch $20 million in ex citing new services and supports across the county and in targeted neighborhoods. I would conservatively estimate that in the time I have been at the Children's Board, more than a mil lion people have benefited from and depended upon our services, support and training. Because of the types of activities we will be funding in the corning years, that number will grow more rapidly. One of the handicaps we have is that not enough people know about the good works of the Chil dren's Board and its staff, and we have been largely without praise. Those who know who we are and what we do care a great deal about our success. No one cares more about or is more invested in the success of the Children's Board than I am, and I al ways will be. But for a va riety of reasons, both personal and professional, I have decided to end my tenure with the Children's Board beginning October 1, 2012. During my 17 years at the Children's Board, I have had the privilege of working with knowledgeable, influential and tal ented Board and community members, and gifted, hard working, mis sion-driven staff, to create a very unique governmental organization. Together we have created an organization known for its un wavering advocacy for children's issues. We have developed a system of services and supports for children birth through kindergarten to ensure babies are born healthy and they are ready for school when they get to kindergarten. These continue to be two of our goals. We have pro vided increasingly rapid and easy access to and de livery of high quality serv ices. We have convened community stakeholders thousands of times to solve problems and com bine our resources in more effective ways to serve children. Over the last 12 years, more than 75 not for prof its have "graduated" from our social enterprise pro .. gram. The result is that each year, dozens of our county's not for profit agencies generate millions of dollars in sustainable revenue, which increasingly improves their stability and de creases their dependence on government funding. The Children's Board's Heart Gallery and KidzCreate Gallery are two outstanding examples of how we have used art (photos and kid created art work) as communication strategies to signal important issues facing our children in ways that demand public attention. Finally, in our building in Ybor City and in all of the Children's Board Farn-ily Resource Centers, we offer at no charge an array of services arid supports in the most welcoming, family friendly and cus tomer service oriented en vironments you will find in the entire county. The Children's Board staff and I believe it would be difficult for any public agency to demonstrate a better or more efficient use of your tax dollars in action. For the rest of my life, I will be grateful to the citizens of Hillsborough County and the parents and children we have helped for allowing me to serve as CEO of the ChilN dren's Board. g N LUANNE PANACEK, Chief Executive Officer, Children's Board of Hillsborough County

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Local -----------------------------------38-Stepping Crime Out Of The Neighborhood Step Show Is A Huue Success 6 c.. c: !< N On Friday July 13th City Of Tampa held a Stepping Crime Out Of The Neighborho o d Step Show & Pizza Party. The event was held at the Jackson Heights NFL Yet Center (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Vince Howard, KeiJuwan Hymon, and Coach Darius Davis are shown as they prepared for an exciting night of singing, dancing, rapping and stepping. Alesia Gill, Aaliyah Sims, Janale' Reed, Jackie Mickens, and Brianna Senter bad a great time at the Step Show and Pizza Party held at the Jackson Heights NFL Center. Tampa Police Chief, Jane Castor came out to share some encouraging words to Tampa's youth; Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of The Computer Mentors Group, Inc., talked about the vari ous programs they offer. Ms. Tonya Lewis, of Children With A Vision, Inc.; Recbi Butler, and Ms. Kristina Duran, of Get It Straight Foundation; Ms. Janelle McGregor, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department; Ms. Rebecca James, Gilbert Brinson and Essie Sims Jr., attended the event. "Souls Steppers" Morteria, Marquicia, Taneshia, Aniyah, "'D Lauryn, Jazmine, Andreana wowed the audience with their i latest step! r c;; :l: m c m < m -Smart Choice &e.ytlqyouwantto know including prices and payrnentsuplront. ?Day Service NowopenSundayto And us. Friend us. .. ..... c: m en c )> z c ., c Q m .. .. I m

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Hillsborough 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 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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N -N ;:::) .., >;' a: LL c a: LL c z c( c (/) w ;:::) ..... w > w c w :I: (/) :::::i m ;:::) Q. z i= w ...I ...I ;:::) m ...I w z i= z w (/) C a: 0 ...I LL BBQ CHOPPED SALAD 2 cups prepared BBQ shredded chicken 1 package chopped iceberg lettuce 1/2 cup prepared ranch dressing 1 package Sharp Cheddar Chunk Cheese, split 1/2 cup sliced black olives 1/2 cup chopped tomatoes DIRECTIONS: Place barbecue chicken in mi crowave-safe bowl. Microwave on high for 3 minutes. Arrange chopped iceberg lettu ce on platter Layer warm chicken over salad. Drizzle ranch dressing over chicken. Top with cheese, black olives and toma toes. From Tonia Turner Warm weather provides the per fect excuse to gather all your loved ones together for good food and fun. And while people relish the idea of catching up with family and friends, planning and preparing for these festivities may be daunting, as well as time-consuming. A few tips, however, can help make sure y ou aren't tied to your kitchen and help turn traditional recipes into fabulous fare. Plan Early Remember that stress-free entertaining can be just as fun if not more than fine din ing. Keep The Menu Simple These recipes are simple to pre pare require only a few ingredients and are perfect for backyard enter taining. Line Up Help Recruit your family and friends to help with gro cery shopping, prep work, cooking and, most importantly, cleanup. By dividing the tasks, you won't feel overwhelmed or overburdened. And, you will have plenty of time to mingle with guests. Wow 'em With Great FoodShake up your standard fare by in corporating savory flavors. SUMMERTIME CHICKEN 4-6 slices Applewood Bacon Cheddar Cheese 5 boneless/skinless chicken breasts 10-12 slices bacon 1 tbsp. cooking oil 1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon 1/2 tsp. ground red pepper 5 fresh basil leaves 3/4 cup unsweetened applesauce DIRECTIONS-Remove excess fat or skin from chicken breasts. Sprinkle cinnamon and red pepper on both sides of each chicken breast. Place chicken in glass pan. Chop basil leaves and sprinkle on top of the chicken. Pour applesauce on top of the chicken and place in oven af350 degrees for 30 minutes. While chicken is baking, cook bacon in oil in skillet over medium heat on stove until browned. Place cooked bacon on paper towel-lined plate and cover with another paper towel to blot away grease. Take chicken out of oven and cover each breast with 3-4 slices of bacon. Top the chicken with the Borden Applewood Bacon Cheddar Singles Sensations cheese slices. Put back in oven at 350 degrees for 15 more minutes or until cheese is completely melted and beginning to brown. WICEBAKED POTATOES 4 Russet potatoes, scrubbed and pierced with a fork 1/4CUpmilk 1/4 cup butter 8 slices Smoked Cheddar Natural Slices, torn into pieces 1/4 cup chopped chives DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 400F. Bake potatoes in microwave on high until tender, about 9 to 10 minutes per side. Cut potatoes in half; scoop cooked potato flesh into mixing bowl, leaving 1/ 4-inch thick "potato boat." Add milk, butter, four slices of smoked cheddar and chives in mixing bowl; mix well with potatoes. Season with salt and pepper. Spoon mixture into "potato boats." Cut remaining four smoked cheddar slices into strips; place over tops of potatoes. Put potatoes on sheet pan and Bake until they are heated through and skins are crisp. STUFFED MUSHROOMS 6 Applewood Bacon Cheddar 8 ounces sweet Italian sausage 1 large clove garlic, minced 2 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon olive oil, divided 1 tablespoons finely chopped parsley Water DIRECTIONS: Wash mushrooms well. Remove stems and chop finely. Remove outer casing from sausage and put in skillet with chopped mushroom stems, garlic, and 1 tablespoon of the oil. Cook, breaking up sausage, until browned. Add 1 teaspoon of oil, parsley and the 6 broken peaces of Applewood Bacon Cheddar Singles Sensations cheese. Fill mushrooms with sausage mixture and put in shallow baking pan. Pour 1/4 cup water and remaining tablespoon of oil into bottom of the pan. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes.

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::u BERRY MUFFINS 3/4 cup ( 6 ounces) Butter, softened 2 cups granulated sugar 3eggs 1-1/2 teaspoon vanilla 1-1/2 cup buttermilk 3 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons double-acting baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup each fresh raspberries and blueberries DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 375F. Prepare the muffin tins. Butter the sides and bottoms and dust with flour, tapping out any ex cess. Sift together the flour baking powder and salt. Set aside. Place the softened butter and the sugar in a mixing bowl on high speed until the mixture becomes light in color and fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time, mixing until each egg is incorporated. Scrape the bowl occasionally. Mix in the vanilla. Using a rubber scraper, mix in 1/2 of the flour and 1/2 of the buttermilk. Repeat until all the flour and but termilk are added. Gently stir in the berries. Scoop into 12 equal muffin cups. 4cupslemon yogurt FRESH SUMMER BERRY PARFAITS 4 tablespoons honey 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 2cupsfresh strawberries, sliced 1CUp blueberries 3CUpS raspberries, divided 4 kiwis, peeled and sliced 2 cups banana crunch-style cereal or granola Fresh mint leaves for garnish DIRECTIONS: Combine yogurt, honey and cinnamon in small bowl. Combine strawberries, blackberries and 1 cup raspberries in medium bowl. For each parfait, choose a glass and begin creating your parfait with a layer of berries in the bottom. Top with cereal and then yogurt mix ture. For the second layer, start with a layer of slice4 kiwi Top the sec ond layer with berries, cereal and then the yogurt mixture. Using the reserved 2 cups of raspberries, finish the parfait with a layer of raspberries and blueberries with pointed ends facing up. Garnish with a mint leaf if desired. Serve immediately to prevent yogurt mixture from melting. :< "" c !< I\) :.a I\) () ..a. I\) r-0 :!! en m z ooot z m r-aJ c r r m -ooot z c: aJ r-c;; :::t m 0 m < m ooot c m en 0 )> z 0 C) m ..a. Cf' aJ

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:::: .., >.;' CCC NASHVILLE, Tenn. if Dr. Rahn Kennedy Bai ley, associate professor and chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Meharry Medi cal College, will be installed as president of the National Medical Association (NMA) on July 31 during the NMA 2012 Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly in New Orleans NMA represents more than so,ooo African-Amer ican physicians and is the largest and oldest national organization representing these physicians and the pa tients they serve. Dr. Bailey begins his term as the 113th NMA pre sident with an eye toward implementing a policy agenda that includes sup port of the Obama administration' s Affordable Care C Act. ii: Additionally, his adminis tration will focus on elimi Z nating health disparities and c( ratsmg awareness of the unmet need for mental health care for Mrican w Americans. "Health care policy is changing rapidly and, for w more than 100 years, the > w c w %: en ::::J ID :::: a. z DR.RAHN KENNEDY BAILEY National Medical Associa tion has been at the fore front of the effort to provide quality health care for medi cally underserved popula tions," Bailey said. "I look forward to expanding my commitment to the NMA as we continue to make a dif ference in meeting the health care needs of all Americans." A of Morehouse College, Dr. Bailey re ceived his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galve ston, Texas. He completed his residency in psychiatry at the University of Texas at Houston and completed a fellowship in forensic psy chiatry in the Department of Psychiatry at Yale Univer-Friendly Personal care ti ...J ...J :::: ID ...J w z Most Insurance Plans Accepted Zero Down Payment P lans Availabl e Aex i ble and Affordable Monthly Payments Family Discounts i= z w en C a: g &L BRACE S FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN WilHam F. 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Keep Your coolin The Scorching Heat When you just can t find a way to beat the heat outside, try these fun, inexpensive to keep your cool inside. Happy Hydrating All you need is a plastic ice tray or a freezer-safe plastic bottle one single serving packet of Crystal Light Lemonade, plus one bottle of lemon flavored seltzer water. Mix the Crystal Light pow der with the seltzer water. Stir the mixture instead of shaking it up. Pour into freezer safe plastic bottle or put into individual contain ers of mini ice tray maker. Freeze until slushy. Stay Cool Under The Collar Save those wet wipes you get from restaurants Put them into a zip lock bag in the freezer. Or, make your own cool down wipes by using makeup removal to wels Remove a few, lie flat inside of large zip lock bag and place in freezer. When you get back inside simply remove a wipe from the freezer and put on your neck or wipe down your face. Give Those Feet A Thrill Fill a foot tub with cool to cold water. Slowly immerse your hot, tired feet into it and enjoy the cooling sensation that starts from your feet and works itself up. For maximum chill effect, cqmbine with a frozen towlette on your neck and enjoy a lemon slushy while soaking. Get super cool re sults by topping it all off with a peppermint lotion foot massage afterwards. Relax And Feel The Chill All you need is a few cot ton balls, a comb and some peppermint or eucalyptus oil. When rela.Xing, take a comb and separate your hair into four sections. Put a little oil onto a cotton ball. Using long strokes, gently spread oil from front to back of scalp. Be careful not to satu rate your scalp. Lightly massage and enjoy the cooling sensation. Mister Cool To The Rescue Fill a spray bottle with ice cold water. Select the "mist" control on nozzle. Give your self intermittent soothing, cooling sprays on wrists, neck and anywhere you'd enjoy a quick shot of cool. Fill bottle with chilled chamomile tea for skin treat that's extra soothing and coOling. Always Remember It's a hot summer! Re member to keep yourself well hydrated by drinking plenty of water and keep your cool with these fun tips. Habb That Hun women Over 40 Part I There are a number of be haviors that are more com mon in women over 40 that are increasing the risks of certain diseases, such as: cancer, heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer's disease, respira tory disease and diabetes Inadequate Sleep Women have more trouble falling asleep than men and get less sleep overall. Women also suffer more insomnia, more restless legs syndrome, and the sleep disruptions due to menopausal changes. Sleep apnea increases in women after age so; by 6s, it affects 1 in 4 women. Note: For adding years to your life through sleep is more than s hourS a night, but less than B.s. Sitting Too Much Women are less likely than men to get at least 30 minutes of moderate exer cise a day. Yet those who do move their bodies for half an hour a day have a reduced risk of depression, metabolic syndrome, high cholesterol and obesity. Exercise at midlife also helps protect against osteoporosis, depres1304 E BUsch Blvd, sule B Tampa, FL 336 Ph: 813 Fax: 813-402..()426 Your communly phatmocy We accept most insurances including Medicare and Medicaid sion, cancer and, of course, being overweight. Note: Sitting for long erase the bene fits of daily exercise, raising the risk of diabetes and heart disease Keeping moving, even standing up to stretch while you work. Smoking Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in middle age. The longer you do it, the higher your risk of heart, lung and Alzheimer's diseases and cancer. Note: No matter when quit, your risk of added heart damage is halved after one year. The risks of stroke, lung disease, and cancer also drop immediately.

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The Kevs To Building A Strong FamiiV An individual learns how to communicate and relate to significant others by observing social interactions. People communicate and relate from their point of re ference and/or life exposure. Therefore, in a relationship it may be difficult for your partner to appropriately communicate. Often, drug and alcohol abuse destroys a family' s interaction and closeness. Sadly, legal issues or divorce are motivators for individu als to seek drug and alcohol treatment. Past family hurts and secrets, incest, molesta tion and other issues keep individuals unhealthy and families separate. Maybe the past events in your childhood were disappointing. Perhaps in your family of origin negative words, anger, and compul sive behaviors were exhibited. These emotions and behaviors can transfer into your present family. The key to building a strong family is accepting what happened in the past. Acceptance does not mean that what happened was okay ; but that the event or situation did occur. Open discussion and prayer can bridge the gap between communication and emotion. Communication and for giveness are keys to building a strong family. If you forgive people their trespasses their recklessness and willful sin, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. To begin the healing process, an individual must make a decision to forgive all those who hurt them. Forgiveness provides healing and is essential to family and marriage stability. Forgive and eradicate those negative thoughts and voices of other people, especially things that people have said about you and your past. Speak positive words about your life and destiny. Reinvent your life and be happy. Be willing to make the proper adjustments to minimize and resolve con flicts to maintain a healthy and strong family. Don't allow trivial things to destroy your family and marriage. Forgiveness is for you. Free yourself of the past and build a strong spiritual and loving family. "Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins." (I Peter 4:8) Dr. Reba is the author of the 'Covenant Connection Your Best Marriage Now.' She can be heard at Covenant Family Church every Sunday at 10 a. m. Dr. Ha(ey provides family & marriage counseling. Visit www.rebahaley.com for more information. Raising Awareness About the "Stand Your Ground" Law & Demanding Justice Tuesday, July 31, 2012, 11 A.M. Hillsborough County Courthouse Corne Help Support Chyvas (Rapper Ex-Con) currently serving 30 yrs for defending himself Call: (904) 263-4555; or visit: www.facebook.com/JusticeforChyvas www.change.orglpetitionsljustice-for-chyvas PART II 'The Supreme Court of the United States rules that The Fair Sentendng Act's new, lower mandatory minimums apply to the post-Act sen tencing of pre-Act offenders." In No 115721, petitioner Hill unlawfully sold 53 grams of crack in 2007, but was not sentenced until December 2010. Sentencing him to the 10-year minimum mandated by the 1986 Drug Act, the District Judge ruled that the Fair Sentencing Act's s-year minimum for selling that amount of crack did not apply to those whose offenses were committed before the Act's effective date. In No. 115683, petitioner Dorsey unlawfully sold 5 grams of crack in 2008. In September 2010, the District Judge sentenced him to the 1986 Drug Act's 10-year mini mum, finding that it applied because Dorsey had a prior drug conviction and declining to apply the Fair Sentencing Act, under which there would be no mandated minimum term for an amount less than 28 grams, because offense predated that Act s effective date. The Seventh Circuit affirmed in both cases. Held : The Fair Sentencing Act's new, lower mandatory minimums apply to the post Act sentencing of pre-Act offenders. Pp. 1020. (a) Language in different statutes argues in opposite directions The general feder al saving statute (1871 Act) provides that a new criminal statute that "repeal[s]" an older criminal statute shall not change the penalties under that older statute "unless the repealing Act shall so expressly pro vide." 1 U.S. C. The word "repeal" applies when a new statute simply diminishes the penalties that the older statute set forth, see N Warden v. Marrero, 417 U. S. 653, 659664, and penalties are "incurred" under the older statute when an er becomes subject to them, i.e., commits the underlying conduct that makes the offender liable, see United States v. Reisinger, 128 U. S. 398,401. In contrast, the Sentencing Reform Act says that, regard less of when the offender' s conduct occurs, the applica ble sentencing guidelines are the ones "in effect on the date the defendant is sentenced. 18 u.s. c. ()(4) (A)(ii). "A canwa ..,.,.., ...,.l.loeMed & ,.,., "MJIIIItrlhly,... 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..... 0 wann welcome to the guests. day to: Naquaisha Coward :l Mother Nell Lewis shared (Aug. 1st); Minister This week Shaw-Nuf .., beautiful and inspiring words Anthony Landers, "Talk gives a Shaw-Nuf. as she gave The Occasion. Deacon Leon Williams, Shout-Out to Ms. T. c The speaker, Evangelist Yvette Landers and Diane Colleen McCalip, the owner NadJne C ler h of Sweet Breads in Lakeland. a: uy w o was Dukes (Aug. 2); Elder II. introduced by Ruthenia Harvey Lawrence and Thanks for your understand-Celebration Service Held Lakeland. Lewis, delivered Words of d ing and words of encourage-ForA Founding Mother Mother Fortson under Exhortation entitled 'You Dexter Phillips (Aug. 3r ). ment! Keep on smiling, for the guidance of our Lord and are Virtuou'. Her May the Lord bless each of your presence and smile 'For God is not unrighteou to forget your work and labour of love, which ye have hewed toward His Name, in that ye have ministered to the aint, and do miniter.' Hebrews 6:to Savior began this work more scriptures of reference were you with many, many more brightens the room. than 30 years ago. Her Prov. 31:28, Phil. 4:3, and years oflife! On the evening of Saturday, June 30, 2012, a fellowship service of appreciation was held for Mother Princess Fortson., the founding Mother of Victory Temple Church of God by Faith, in children: Ann, Elnora, Romans 13:7. Naomi, Jill, Arthur, Some of the other Elmar, Jeremiah, and program participants were: Jerome (Pastor Jerome The Fortson Singers, Fortson) walked the streets Janice Robinson, Pastor of Lakeland sharing the vision Albert Calloway and the that God had given to Inspirational Voices of Love, Mother Fortson and the Victory Temple Praise invited the people to come Team, Janice Robinson, and be a part of it. Paulette Stevenson, and Dr. Rudolph W. Berry Elder Neal Phillips. served as the Master of Ceremony. The Prayer Consecration was rendered by Pastor Jerome Fortson. Birthday Greetings Shaw-Naif Talk extends Revival To Be. Held Bartow Church of God by Faith, 1110 Golfview Avenue in Bartow, Elder Thomas Faison Jr., will host a Revival July 30th August 3rd, 2012. Elder Calvin McDonald of New Life Deliverance in Fort Myers, will be the messenger. Evecyone is invited! For fur ther information, call (813) 752. Talk To Shaw-Nl4f Shaw-Nl4(Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your cele brations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Nv,f Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawuuftalk@yahoo.-com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Nl4f Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! Q a: II. Couple bchanue Wedding Vows Q z Congratulations, to Brandon and Lace Whitten! The C w c w en ::::i m :::) D.. z tu ..J ..J :::) m ..!I w z i= z w en c( Q a: 0 ..J II. The bride and groom, Brandon and Lace Whitten, are shown with their daughter, Lyric. Mrs. Sue Jean Reynolds, grandmother of the groom attended the wedding. PERSONAL INJURY & AUTO ACCIDENTS m I co ..... w (!) BARBAS Numz SANDERS BUTLER&HoVSEPIAN c::ouNai.OU Ia LAW Jimmie Butler Automobile AooldetD llolorcyole Aooldenla Slip and Fall Wrongful Death 1802 WEST CLEVELAND STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 33808 813-254-6652 KMMrtne AgiiMo eo.t/Jet Ski Aooldenta Defective Producta All InJury C .. lm. Shown in this photograph are Larry Mitchell, father of the bride, and Lark Mitchell, sister of the bride. BARBARA 1. PITTIVIAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personalliljmy Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Part 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax: (813)960-0641 n.....,ct...... .. ...,.._ ......... .... be boood ooldy ..... :a:.:.= llcfc.,..,.. cloO
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National -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------a Teen Saves Mother, 2 Daughters In Colorado Theater Massacre PATRICIA LEGARRETAAnd JARELL BROOKS AURORA, CO -A Colorado teen who survived Friday's mass shooting of the midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises, saved a mother and her 2 daughters although he was injured himself. J arell Brooks, 19, was prepared to flee the cinema when James Holmes allegedly opened fire on the unsuspecting audience. Brooks realized Patricia Legarreta was struggling to save her children and immediately ran to their rescue. "I made sure they got in the aisle and pushed behind her to make sure she got out of there, said Brooks. He and Legarreta were shot and are recovering at home. Pres. Obama Victorv Fund To Hold Fundraiser With Stars From 1he Wire' Richard Price, Clarke Peters, Seth Gilliam, Wendell Piere, David Simon and Clark Johnson attend a panel discussion with the cast of 'The Wire'. The Obama Victory Fund and supporters have announced a fundraiser on August 15th with the cast of the HBO series The Wire. Highly acclaimed as one of the best TV series of all time, The Wire aired on HBO for 5 seasons from 2002-2008. It is unclear which stars from the popular series will be attending the event, which will be hosted by Judy and Ron Davenport at their home in Martha's Vineyard, but tickets can be purchased for $500 a guest, $2,500 per host, on the Obama campaign website. Although President Obama has noted 'The Wire' as one of his favorite television shows and Omar as his favorite character, the president is not scheduled to attend the fundraiser. Chicago Woman Dies AfterGenlnu Anlbonlon TONY A REAVES CHICAGO, IL -The family of Tonya Reaves is demanding answers after she died following an abortion Friday. The 24-yearold went to a Planned Parenthood facility in Chicago to have her second trimester pregnancy elimi nated. According to her autopsy, Reaves suffered a fatal hemorrhage, during the dilation of evacuation procedure (also known as D&E), which surgically removes fetal tissue from the cervix. The method is normal for women in their second trimester and is also used as a therapeutic procedure after miscarriages, to prevent infection in the uterus by ensuring that it is fully evacuated. In wake of the tragedy, Reaves' family wants answers. Although her death has been ruled an accident the family is seek ing further inquiry into the matter. We were born the same day. She was my other half," said Reaves' twin sister, Toni. "It happened so fast.-She was just fine one day and then the next day she was gone. We're just trying to figure out what happened ... what hap pened. Carole Brite, CEO of Planned Parenthood Illinois released a statement expressing that the organization-which provides free and/ or low-cost services for women without medical coverage-is "shocked" and "saddened" by her untimely death. Bov, 4, Dies After Being Shot In Head On Plavground NEW YORKA 4-year-old boy who dreamed of being a basketball player was killed Sunday night while playing in a Bronx park after he was struck by a stray bullet from a nearby gun battle, police said. The gunfire broke out on a basketball court during a game that was being played as part of a memorial for a victim of violence, a woman who died more than a year ago, residents said. LLOYD MORGAN stomach and a 21-year-old was shot in the arm. Both are expected to survive. Residents described chaos c.. c: !< N ...... Little Lloyd Morgan, who was caught in the cross fire when gunshots erupted around 9:30 p.m. in the park in the Forest Houses in Morrisania, was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. "My baby is gone," said his mother, Shianne Norman. as people began running throughout the park and parents grabbed their children. 0 No arrests have been :!! made. Police continue to g investigate. en Authorities say two other men were also shot. A 27-year-old was shot in the OFFICE OF 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-Deputy Chief LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAWYER EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVn.,,u.,.. BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 6 Up} 505 East Jackson St. SuHe #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW (813) 387-7724 m z ::::t z m r-m c: r r m ::::t z "'C c: m r-Ci) :r m 0 m < m .... c: m en 0 )> z 0 G) m .. cp m

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c a: LL c z c U) w ;:) tw > w c w J: U) :::i m ;:) D. z w ...J ...J ;:) m ...J w z z w U) a: 0 ...J LL m I 0 N w II LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Public Hearing A public heari n g will be hel d by the Zoning Hearing Master pursuan t to H ill sborough Coun ty Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00P.M., August 13, 2012 a t the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center 601 E Kennedy B lvd., Tampa, to hear the follow ing requests Cop ies of the applications department reports and legal descriptions are available for publ i c inspection i n a master file maintained by the Development Services Department the Board of County Comm i ssioners and the C l erk of the Board of County Commiss i oners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in thi s matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the publ i c hear ing before h i m / her The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk w ithi n f i fteen (15) work ing days after the conclusion of the public hearing The review of the Zoning Hearing Master s recommendat ions by the Board of County Comm i ssioners of H i llsborough County shall be rest r i cted to the record as defined in H ill sborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless addit i ona l evidence and/or oral argument is perm i tted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEEDTO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OFTHE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS ITWILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Addi tional i nformation concern ing these requests may be obtained by calling the Devel opment Services Department at (813) 272-5920. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 12-0505-RV/S (AB), filed on 04/ 19/2012 by V i ncent A. Marchetti Greenberg Traurig of 625 E Twiggs St., #100 Tampa, FL 33602 ph 813-318-5700 requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-APS (Beer and w ine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises (package sales)). The property is 12, 035 sq. ft +1and is presently zoned Riverv iew Downtown D i strict (DT2). It is located in all or parts of Section 17 Township 30 Range 20 or NE cor of U S Hwy 301 & Riverview Dr Petition SU-AB 12-0588-ER (AB), filed on 05/25/ 2012 by Akhtar Vazi r of 2433 Silver Moss Dr., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 ph (813 ) 735 -0041 requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcohol Beverage Permit AB 2 COP (Beer and wine for sa le and consumpt ion on and off the licensed premises) The property is 6 089 sq. ft +1and i s presently zoned PO ( 94-0209 ) It i s located in all or parts of Sec tion 06 Township 27 Range 20 or 20323 Bruce B. Downs Blvd Petition SU-AB 12-0610-USF (AB), filed on 06/05/ 2012 by OJ Dolan's Ir ish Pub represented by Mark Sirkin of 13807 Shady Shores Dr., Tampa, FL 33613 ph (480 ) 818 2337 reques t ing a distance separat i on wai ver for an Alcoho l Beverage Permit AB 4 -COP-RX (Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only i n connect ion with a restau r ant) The property i s 11 243 sq. ft. +1and is presently zoned PO (85-0355) It is located i n all or parts of Sect ion 05 Township 28 Range 19 or 2836 E Bearss Ave. Petition SU-AB 12-0632-BR (AB) filed on 06/ 14/20 1 2 by Sabor A Mexico Inc., represented by Juan Mendoza of 706 E. Brandon Blvd. Brandon FL 33511, ph (81 3)654-4900 request ing a d i stance separation waiver for an Alcohol Beverage Permit AB-4-COP-RX (Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumpt ion on the licensed premises only i n connection w ith a restaurant). The property is 5 458 sq. ft + 1 and i s presently zoned CG. It i s located in all or parts of Sect ion 23 Townshi p 29 Range 20 or 706 E. Brandon Blvd. Petition SU-GEN 12-Q651-RV (PRIV-SCH), filed on 06/20/2012 by Charter School Associates represented by Michael D Horner of 14502 N Dale Mabry Hwy. # 200 Tampa, FL 33618 ph (813) 962-2395 request ing a Special Use for a School. The property is 10.22 acres +1and is presently zoned AR. It is located i n all or parts of Section 23 Townshi p 30 Range 20 or 13221 Boyette Rd. Petition SU-AB 12-0653-APB (AB), filed on 06/21/2012 by Waterset North Commun i ty Devel opment D i strict represen ted by Stantec Consulting of 2205 N. 20th Street, Tampa, FL 33605, ph (813) 223-9500 requesting a distance separation waiver for an A l coho l Beverage Permit AB 2-COP-X (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only) The property is 28 275 sq. ft. +1and is presently zoned PO (86-0154) .1t is located in all or parts of Sect ion 14 Township 31 Range 19 or Amen ity Center NE of Sail View Ln. & Waterset Dr intersect ion Petition SU-LE 12-Q654-TH (LE), f i led on 06/21/2012 by Lorton Industries, Inc., represented by Molloy & James of 325 South Boulevard Tampa FL 33606 ph (813) 254 7157 requesting a Spec ial Use for Land Excavation. The property is 39 .18 acres +1-(Overall) and i s present l y zoned AR. It is located in all or parts of Section 26 Townshi p 28 Range 20 or S/S of Pruett Rd., 50' W/0 K i ngsway Rd. Petition SU-AB 12-0655-BR (AB), filed on 06/21/ 2012 by Ploy Thai Restaurant Inc., represen ted by Dixie Liberty of 5719 Tanagerlake Rd., Lithia FL 33547 ph (813 ) 817-8585 requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcohol Beverage Per mit AB 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumpt ion on and off the licensed premises ) The property is 2 769 sq. ft +1and i s presently zoned PO ( 88-0146 ) It i s located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 29 Range 20 or 1941 W. Brandon Blvd. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ-PD 12-0552-GB, filed on 05/16/2012 by National Gypsum Company represented by Tampa Electr i c Company of P.O. Box 111, Tampa, FL 33601, ph (813) 228-4560 requesting a zone change to PD. The property is 40 acres +1and is presently zoned AI. It is located i n all or parts of Section 10 Township 31 Range 19 or 1/4 mi W/0 US Hwy 41, 1/4 mi N/0 Big Bend Rd. Petition RZ-PD 12-Q554-BR, filed on 05/17/2012 by Robert C Schm id of P.O. Box 1969, Tampa, FL 33601, ph (813) 877-8789 requesting a zone change to PD. The property is 25.6 acres +1and is presently zoned ASC-1. It is located in all or parts of Section 36 Township 29 Range 20 or N/S of Brooker Rd., 200' W/0 Rich-Mar Ln. Petition RZ-STD 12-Q605-GB, filed on 06/01/2012 by Kenneth Smith of 7501 Nundy Ave., Gibsonton, FL 33534 ph (740) 459-9045 requesting a zone change to AS-1 (SB). The property is 4 .09 acres +1and is presently zoned ASC-1. It i s located in all or parts of Section 26 Township 30 Range 19 or S/S of Nundy Ave., 50' E/0 Gloria St. II Notice of Public Hearing A public hear ing w ill be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer pursuant to H i llsborough County Land Development Code beginning at 9:00A.M., August 13,2012, at the Board Room 2nd Floor of the County Center 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa to hear the follow i ng requests Copies of the app l ications department reports and legal descr i ptions are ava i lable for public i nspection i n a master file ma i nta i ned by the Development Serv i ces Department and the C lerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All i nterested persons wishing to submit testimony or other ev i dence in this matter must subm i t same to the Hear i ng Master at the public hear ing before him/her The dec i sion of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk w ithi n fifteen (15) working days after the conclus i on of the publ i c hear i ng ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additiona l informat i on concern i ng these requests may be obtained by call i ng the Deve l opment Serv i ces Department at ( 813 ) 272-5920. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 12-0628-USF Emerald Poi nte Tampa Ltd requesting a Var iance to fence regulat i ons for property located a t S/S of Bearss Ave., 50 W/0 Livingston Ave (Emerald Pointe Apartments) zoned RMC-20 Petition VAR 12-0634-GCN, Bullseye-F letcher LLC requesting Var iances to max i mum noise levels and ope r ating hours for property located at 116 E. Fletcher Ave., zoned CG. Petition VAR 12-0636-NWH, Audre Levy requesting a Variance to allow use of septic for property located at 8003 Beaty Grove Dr., zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 12-()639-KO Michael C & Jessica R. Corcoran requesting a Var i ance to maximum s i ze for an accessory dwell i ng for property located at 7746 Still Lakes Dr., zoned AR I PO (97-0069). Petition VAR 12-()698 Karen & Brian Code John & Beverly Grant requesting a Variance to fence regulations for property located at 10029 Orange Grove Dr & 10025 Orange Grove Dr., zoned RSC-4 Voters Registration-You have Until To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 -Nov. 3 ------------------Only 1 Week In Florida -Nov. 6

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lJ II EMPLOYMENT II II HOMES FOR RENT II National Motor Club Now Accept i ng Appl i cat i ons On li ne O r In Person For Full Or PartT i me Service Represen t at i ves Felons Wel come (813) 389-0852 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ANI MAL CONTRO L OFF I CER $26 457 AUTOMA TE D DEVISES MECHANIC ( NON-STANDARD HOURS) $35 464 COMMUN I TY SERV I CES PROGRAM COORDINATOR II DETENTIO N CLASSIF ICATI ON SP E C I ALIS T $40 768 $ 38 646 D I GITAL COMMUN I CA T IONS D I S P A T C HER TRA I NE E (N O NS T ANDARD H OURS) ELECTRICIAN Ill (RESTRICTED) LIBRARY ASSISTANT LIBRARY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT $27,414 $36 129 $22 ,131 $27, 8 30 MA I NT E NANCE REPAIR LE AD E R (HVAC) ( NON -STAN DARD H OURS ) ( RES T RIC T ED ) $37 897 PROGRAM ASS I S TANT ( SCHOOL & COMMUN ITY GARDEN I NG COORDINATOR)(PAR T T IME ) $11. 00 / DOQ PROJECT MANAGER I ( RECREATION PROGRAMS) $46 238 SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT $31,512 SOFlWARE SPECIALIST (MICROSOFT SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR) $40 768 See our web site at http : //www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor Tampa FL. P r eference in initial apt. w ill be given to eligible vets & eligib l e spouses o f vets. AA/EEO Employer Drivers: Local Great Pay & Benefits Home E ve r yday Pai d Hol i daysNacat i ons 4 01K COLA w / X End Schoo l Grads Accep ted 866-358-3937 Workers Needed For New Pharmacy In West Tampa Must Be Hard Work ing Ene r getic Apply In Person 10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Monday Friday 1714 West Main Street 33607 The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Estate Telemarketing Sales Mus t Have Grea t Salesma n ship Sk ill s I n House Lea d Base H i g h P ayO uts I mme d iat e A d v ancement Paid Training $24k$50k Start Immediately Call B a sia McMurray At 8 13-675-7040 Extension 26 I I FOR RENT Apartment 2 Bed r oom / 1 B ath Home 4 Bedroom / 1 Bat h CA/H W / D Hoo k -up Depos it Sect i on 8 Accepted Call (813) 453-0123 Ybor City Nice 2 Bedroom/ 1 Bath Apartment $700 00/Month l y Plus Depos i t Furnished Room With AIC And Cable $350.00/Monthly Call (813) 209-3289 I I 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 F l 33605 Wednesday & Thursday ONLY 8 a.m. -12 p.m. No Phone Calls 1.6.11 -=---!.111 II HOMES FOR RENT II Water Front Condo 1 Bedroom In Ga ted Community Near 43rd Street And Hanna Avenue 4495.00 / Monthly No Cred it C h eck (813) 625-2061 North Tampa 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Town h o u s e Large Fenced Yard Ceramic/Carpet No Pets WDH, CHA Section 8 ( 813) 949 3482 1902 North Lamar 2 Bed r oom / 1 Bat h Condo Centra l AIC WID Hook-Up And Many Ext ras $800 .00/ Monthly Call (813) 610-4518 USF Area 13050 N. 20th Street 2 Story 2 Bedroom Town home Free Water Opt i onal Washer/Dryer Section 8 Ok Free One Month Only $685 00 Call 813-22Q-3633 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath Home Fenced Backyard WDH, Tile And Ca r pet $1 000 00 / Monthly Deposit Req u ired Sect ion 8 Welcome (813) 728-3163 (813) 732-5332 Handyman Specia l 3 Bedroom /2 Bath Home Spacious Fenced Yard $650 00/Monthly $300 00 / Deposit Wa i ved Visit Pauline Morgan On Facebook Homeless No More Call (813) 398-0992 Two -3 Bedroom/1 Bath 3005 Arrow Street Highland Pines 8315 Dahlia Avenue Progress Village $925 00 / Rent $700 00 / Depos i t Sect ion 8 (813) 789-0760 Kenny Rushing Property Management 3723 Garrison Ave. 412 1906 E 19th Ave.412 3003 Cord St. 312 -=-=-.-a..--C:::c::. .,. __ .,..-.,. c::_ All Propert i es Are Move-In Ready Sect i on 8 Approved Low Deposit -..... -=c::..- -=--... --=.,.- ---=.,. --!;f t:' ""---.........._._.. ________ ... -=------= ------------....,._ -------Contact: Tonya Davis P: 813-675-7040 X 20 C: 813-526-4150 1708 East ldell Street 4 Bedroom / 2 Bath 8506 Tidewater Trail 4 Bedroom/ 1 % Bath S e ct i o n 8 We l c o me Nagi (813) 727-6782 3019 North 38th Street 3 Bedroo m s / 2 Baths O n Quiet Dead End St r eet CHA Carpor t $875.00 / Month l y $ 600 .00 / Secu r i ty (813) 335-6688 Sulphur Springs Area La r ge 3 Bedroo m /2 Bath Block Home Fenced CHA $850 00 / Mo n th l y Sect i on 8 Accep t ed (813) 503-5321 Seminole Heights 2 Bedr o o m/ 1 B ath T ot a lly R e model e d WDH C los e To H ills b o r o u g h HS $75 0 0 0/Monthly Plus Deposi t Call ( 8 13) 6 01-3101 3418 N o r t h 49th Street S e c t io n 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath C H A WD H Fen ced Yard Ava ila b le No w (813) 770-2003 (813) 735-5295 (813) 713-4055 2914 East 27th Avenue 5 Bedrooms / 2 Full Bat h s CHA $ 1 300 00 / Mo n t h ly $650.00 / Deposi t Sect i on 8 On l y Call Jonda (727) 32Q-7310 N .:"" N C) ..... N ., r-0 ::D en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r r m :::! z ""D c: OJ c fJ) :J: m c m < m -i c: m en c )> z c ., ::D c ?<

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