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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c Q a: c ...J LL. SEE PAGE 3 T T _r'tT VOL. 67 NO. 99 TUESDAY, JULY 31, 2012 24 PAGES 75 Councilman Meets With Complex Rep here Teen Shot SEE PAGE 3 Popular Artist Hosts 1alllpa's Got Talent' Search SEE PAGE 11 Prominent Redred Educator Dies After long Illness SEE PAGE 2 NATIONAl COUNCil OF NEGRO WOMEN INSTAllS OFFICERS The Tampa Metro Section of the National Council of Negro Women installed new officers earlier this month. Retired City Councilwoman, Mrs. Gwendolyn Miller conducted the installation service. Ms. Electa Davis passed the mallet to Ms. Tempress (Tee) Solomon. Members seated from left to right, Francis Jennings, Edna Berryhill, Rosalie Jones, Gloria W. Davis, and Josephine Townsend. Standing: Tempress Solomon, Christy Jacobs, Cynthia Chipp, Mary Forbes-Williams, Saderia James, Charlotte Smith, JoAnn Harris, Toni Gipson, Sukela Roberts and Electa D. Davis. (Photograph by BRUNSON)

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..... ..... Features East Tampa Communitv Concerned About Alleged Drug House For decades, the residents of an East Tampa community have fought to get street-level drug dealers out of their neighborhood. The area of 28th Avenue and 26th Street has several abandoned hous es, and residents say some of those houses are being used to sell illegal drugs. The community has a lot of elderly residents, as well as four churches, and they want action taken to rid their neighborhood of the drug dealers and their customers. The College Hill Crime Watch Group reports that a house in the 2500 block of 28th Avenue is being occupied by a group of people, and the house has no electric ity or water. house. According to one senior res ident, the house has been the scene of drug activity for 15 years and it needs to be torn down. It's also been reported that clergy in the area feel the house is an eyesore and not welcome in their community They are also upset this kind of activity is occurring so close to their churches. Tampa Police District III Commander, Major Gerald Honeywell, said he has sent officers to the house, and they know someone is living there. t According to the Property l Appraiser's Office, the prop : erty is owned by the Bay To ; Bay Holding Company, 3225 ,. South MacDill Avenue, ( Cynthia Reynolds, manag ( er. A call to their offices :l resulted in a recording saying 3 their number was no longer in service. "The officers have seen dogs in the yard. We have to see evidence of suspicious activities going on at the house before we can take any action. If there's something going on there, we'll find out and take the appropriate action." Major Honeywell said two yea rs ago, they had to kick a group of people out of the same house and at that time it wasn t fit for habita tion. The Cit y of Tampa's Code Enforcement Office is also investigating the property. Residents in the area said ... t they have observed people Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. U coming and going during the > .u night and day, and there are J also children living in the .u t: n :i n :> l. z -,u ..J ..J ;::) 'll ...J w z ;::::: z w t/) <( c a: 0 ...J &L. Earll VIIIDI.IIIBS Jill 31, 2012 lllrl AIIISt 11, 2012 Re-Elect Susan l. Valdes Ueeliaalal 1111st 14, 2112 SchMI Board District 1 fti.t ,,. ,, ,., ,,.,,n, ,.,,,, n ,., .,, ,.,, '' c,,., .... ,,., ,,, ,, ,, t:llllfllli!l ... _. ___ l ________ l Lanell Williams-Yulee For County Court Judge,Group 4 Candy lowe Campaign Manager (813) 394-6363 Jarvis El-Amin Campaign Consultant (813) 787-6652 20 Years Experience Mother Of Four Children Wife Of LEO + Military Veteran Served As A Public Servant On Both Sides Of The law Assistant Public Defender Assistant State Attorney Please Vote Early July 30th Thru August 14th, 2012 @ C Blythe Andrews & West Tampa Libraries For Lanell Williams-Yulee For County Court Judge, Group 4 Request Your Absentee Ballot@ www.votehillsborough.org m Or Call (813) 774-5900 Prominent Educator Dorothv caner York Passes Mrs. Dorothy Carter York, affectionately known to her family, friends, church, sorors and commu nity as "Dot," passed away Sunday. She brought life to her dreams and was an inspira tion to the entire Tampa Bay community. With strong determination, she made positive impacts on folks from all walks of life. People admire and respected Mrs. York. The middle daughter of Mr. Willie and Mrs. Inez Carter, used her warm soft voice, fueled with her strong passion, to tirelessly help others. Born in Tampa, a graduate of Middleton High School, North Carolina A&T (Bachelor's), and North Carolina Central (Master's), she dedicated 45 years of her life as an educator As a college student, Dot started her long journey of service to Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority at her initia tion into Alpha Phi Chapter (North Carolina A&T University) in 1949. After returning to Tampa in 1951, she smoothly transitioned into Gamma Theta Omega Chapter (GTO), faithfully dedicating 60 years of active membership. Mrs. York had uncondi tional sisterly love in every aspect of her loya lty to Alpha MRS. DOROTHY C. YORK Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., becoming a Life Member on April1, 2012. As a retired teacher, Mrs. York continued to empower students' lives. In Hillsborough County, her career as an English instructor included assign ments at Blake High School (English Department Chair), Hillsborough High School, University of South Florida s Project Upward Bound, and as an adjunct professor at Hillsborough Community College. Although she retired from teaching, she never stopped teaching. She taught until the very end at Elmcroft Senior Living. A talented writer and author she published several books: The New Mind: Black and White, Black's Survival for the 198o' s, Beyond, Dr. Martin Luther King's Unfinished Dream, and more. News media through out the country interviewed Mrs. York about her writ ing and her activism. Mrs. York was extremely gifted and talented. She created draperies, upholstered furniture, and even designed wedding gowns. Dot's most treasured roles were wife, mother, moth er-in-law and grandmother. Married to the late Ellis York for 50 years, she is the proud mother of her only child, Inez Elizabeth (Liz) York Cohen and the proud mother-in-law of George F. Cohen, MD. She smiled from ear to ear when she talked about her grandchildren -Robert Dixon, Adrienne Dixon, Esquire (John Barnes), Margaret and Jay Cohen. On March 31, 2012 she celebrated the arrival of her first great grandchild, Jacob Alexander Barnes. Celebration services for Mrs. York will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, 4 p. m at College Hill Church of God in Christ, 6414 N. 30th St. The Wake and Friday evening celebration will be held at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Ave. Earlv Voting For Primarv Begins BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday, July 30th, Early Voting began in Hillsborough County. Residents can cast ballots at any one of several locations until Saturday, August uth, when Early Voting ends. Anyone wishing to vote during the election must have identification with a photograph. The Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office list the following as form s of acceptable identifi cation : Florida Driver's license; Debit or Credit Card; Military identification; Retirement Center Identification; Florida Identification Card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles: United States Passport; Public Assistance Identification; Student Identification; or Neighborhood Association Identification. The for m of identification used must be current. Voters can cast ballots dur ing early voting at the following public libraries between the hours of 10 a.m., and 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday There will be no Early Voting on Sunday. The libraries are: Bloomingdale Regional, 1906 Bloomingdale Avenue, Valrico; C. Blythe Andrews Library, 2607 E Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; Jan Kaminis Platt Regional, 3910 S Manhattan Avenue; Jimmie B. Keel Regional, 2902 W. Bearss Avenue ; and New Tampa Regional, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd. Other libraries are: North Tampa Branch, 8916 North Blvd.; Bruton Memorial Library, 302 W. McLendon Street, Plant City; Riverview Branch Library, 10509 Riverview Dr., Riverview; and SouthShore Regional, 15816 Beth Shields Wa y, Rus k in Regis t e red vote rs can also cast ballots at the: Temple Terrace Library, 202 Bullard Parkway, Temple Terrace; Town N' Country Regional, 7606 Paula Drive; Upper Tampa Bay Regional, 11211 Countryway Blvd., and West Tampa Library, 2313 W Union Street. Voters can cast ballots at the Fred B. Karl County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., and the Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N. Falkensburg Road, between the hours of 9 a.m., and 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Any registered voter who wishes to use a ballot can request, receive, and return the ballot to the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections. The last da y to reque s t th e ballot is by 5 p m., on August 8th. The ballot must be returned to the Supervisor of Elections Office b y 7 p.m., on Tuesday, August 14. Th e b allot s may also b e dropped off at a n y of the precinct s b y 7 p.m.

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c ounu Tampa Athlete Dies councilma. n Meets 1 central Coon Apanments 2 From Gunshot To lead ownershiP ReoresentaUve 0. J. (ORENTHAL) This 2007 photo of the Murdock family was taken when MURDOCK O.J. received the Bill Sheals Trophy for Track & Field. (L-2/15/1987 --7/3112012 R): Sherena,Kelvin,O.J.,JamesenaandSherodMurdock. Early Monday morning, parent suicide. However, an and Pearl River Community Tampa Police discovered a autopsy report will deter-College He continued his edy oung man in a car with a mine the official cause of ucation at Fort Hays State, gunshot wound to the head. death. where he had 95 receptions He was transported to a local A Tampa native, Mur-for 1,987 yards and 20 touchhospital, where he was pro-dock attended the public downs in 21 games. nounced dead at 10:43 a.m. schools of Hillsborough While at Fort Hays State, According to police, offiCounty. He began at Hills-Murdock also set a MIAA cers discovered 25-year-old borough High School, but career record with an, ayerOrenthal James (0. J.) graduated from Middleton age of 20.9 yar ds-per-catch Murdock in a car at 2502 E. High School in 2005. He was also a two-tiri:J.e Wilder Avenue, at approxiDuring his high school ca-MIAA second team selection. mately 8:30 a.m. The car was reer, Murdock caught 57 Murdock also set single parked across the street from passes for 927 yards and 11 season records of 1,290 re-the Middleton High School touchdowns. As a track star, ceiving yards, and for yards football field. Murdock was he was fourth in the state in per catch (21.5) ... recorded admitted to Tampa General the 100 and 200-meter races school's second highest reHospital in critical condition. and was a national champion ceiving touchdown total in a A spokesperson for the sprinter at the age of 14. single season. Tampa Police Department Following graduation, Last year, Murdock was said the department is inves-Murdock played for the an undrafted free agent. He tigating the death as an apUniversity of South Carolina signed with the Tennessee ---------------------Titans on July 28, 2011. Alert: The florida law Slatas That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 For Loss Wages And Meclcal care. .. Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedesbian Incidents Motorcycle ACCI
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BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Liam attempts to do damage control when he and Hope have an argument; Steffy becomes annoyed with Brooke; Taylor and Ridge accuse Bill of manipulation; Hope's reaction to Liam 's apology leaves him torn. Steffy throws Brooke s oversight in her face; Hope at tempts to make sense of the series of unfortunate events that have trans pired; Liam confides in Brooke; Steffy makes a, sur prising statement to Hope Hope has the final word during her heated confrontation with Steffy; Brooke consoles Liam and urges him to believe in fate; Steffy recalls her time with Liam. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -No updates available for the en tire week of7/3o-8/3. GENERAL HOSPITAL Todd may rat out Johnny; Sam may be able to break into Todd's safe; Joe Jr. has major plans for Trey Carly may learn about the secrets Todd and Johnny are keeping; Jason offers to help Sam; Alexis offers a daring challenge to Shawn Liz catches Ewen receiving a mysterious call; Lulu and Dante have a difficult conversation about their marriage; Sonny wants answers from Joe Jr. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESSAshley challenges Jack's underhanded ploy for Jabot, while Dr. Tim's surprise return puts the pressure on Ph yllis. Jack and Victor face off in close quarters while Katherine is impressed by Abby's gesture. Sofia shares her decision with Neil, while Sharon discovers a secret about Chelsea. HOROSCOPES Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-A sudden change provides ex citement. Focus on your special relationships. Enjoy the trip. Don't brag about your business, just stay in action. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Love and romance take precedence now. Consider all possibilities. Your imagination provides the answer when you most need it, and it's encourag ing. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Get into communication with a family member. Accept a creative challenge, and make changes for the better. Allow yourself to trust a hunch. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-There may be irregularities in your income. You can afford a change for the better, but don't gamble. Share dreams with one you love. And concen trate on your studies. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-It's time for close atten tion to issues in the workplace. Attend to making money. Draw upon hidden resources and be surprised. Abandon old fears. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)You're more assertive. Redirect your personal energy and power what makes the biggest difference. But still keep a lid on expenses. The riddle has an answer. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Finish up those projects that were resisting you before. Focus on the possibilities, and use the burden to your advantage. Opportunities arrive. Cast your spell. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You're an inspiration to friends. Enjoy your past accomplishments, but fall asleep on your laurels. Shake things up to keep it fresh. It's not a good time to travel. Aries (March 21-April19)Practice makes perfect in the coming phase. Anticipate changes in your job so that you can be ready. Keep your team in the loop. Allow extra time for security. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Entering a period of expan sion. Plan y our agenda carefully so that nothing falls through the cracks. Saving is better than spending now. Find your hid den resources. Gemini (May 21-Juite 20)For the next two days you spend time working out career issues. Don't react without thinking. Accept a gift gracefully. Offer encouragement rather than inciting discussion. Cancer (June 21-July 22)-The time is right for negoti ating and increasing efficiency. Lend a shoulder to a person who needs one. Surprise yourself. You're not alone. -1 c: .. }< Mrs. Inez Figgers and Mrs. Beatrice Buggs were all smiles for the Sentinel photographer at a wedding reception. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hankerson shared a slice of their wedding cake at their reception. c.. c: w 1\) 0 1\) ., 5 :II CJ) m z m r m c: r r z ., c: m r c;; :I: m c !:2 m -1 c: m l> z c ., :II Zeta Phi Beta members: Margaret Bass, Selena Miles, Doris Wilson, Willie Mae Margaret Bryant. Second Row: Bessie Reeves, Lila Nichols, Ruby French, Thelma Canty, C) Ruth Brady and Carrie Jackson were in attendance at The Archonettes installation.

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N ..... 0 :hm like New York, Chicago and trackson5othstreetataround change may be too much to C") Oakland, the occupiers gave 5 a.m. Places where their presask. :::i the authorities all of the hell ence will bring the kind of inAnyone wanting to contact that they could stand. By _tense recreation authentic Clarence Barr can reach him blocking off shipping ports, revolutionaries look for. at: Clarence Barr, II, icC closing down streets and basiBut considering that they 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; cally causing mayhem, they were pretending to begin with, Marianna, FL 32447-7007. w A West EVI-Ction made life so miserable for the the idea of them leaving Free-Reality On Ice is by the II one-percent that the world dom Park and actually transiFlorida Sentinel Bulletin After observing the ongo ing battle between the resi dents of West Tampa and the so-called "Occupy Tampa Movement" from a distance, I thought I'd take this opportu nity to throw my unsolicited 2 cents into the conversation. Only because, like a lot of peo ple who've probably been lowing this issue all year, I'm really ready for it to go away. At the time, I didn't know my took notice. By comparison, tioning into real agents of Publishing Company. There was a time when I supported the Occupy Move ment. I liked the idea of the lit tie guy standing up to the power structure and saying, "enough is enough." I thought it was cool when the crowds began to gather and camp outside of the New York Stock Exchange, calling themselves the ninety-nine percent and attempting to c bring attention to corporate i:'i: greed, unemployment, health U. care and just about every ill that they felt was affecting c( America. When the Movement began to spread across the c country and overseas, I even en wrote a piece advocating for my hometown to stand up and 1join the revolution. w > w c w :I: en ::::i m ::::) D. z j:: w ..J ..J ::::) call to action was too late. Octhe Occupy Tampa movement cupy Tampa was already up is a joke. and running. However, not The only people Occupy long after, it seemed that they Tampa demonstrators inconwere neutralized. venience are the very people I remember reading where they're supposed to be reprethey were instructed to relosenting. They seem more concate their demonstrations cerned with making sure they from downtown to a small have enough port-a-potties park in West Tampa. And, the than actually protesting anything that shocked me the thing. most was that they actually Every time I read about complied. It was my first inclithem, they're doing little more nation to believe that these than hanging out and getting people were, in fact, faking. suntans. And how is that supI mean, who does that? A posed to make a difference protest is supposed to involve anywhere? I am in agreement civil disobedience against the with City Councilman powers-that-be. Rp.le number Frank Reddick and the Old one of any rebellion: Never do West Tampa Neighborhood anything that would make the Association. This charade has institution you're rebelling got to stop. against more comfortable. If they want to continue to I can only imagine how lounge around ... er ... I mean, those talks went. "Yeah. We occupy something, I suggest see you have a problem with they find a place where they how we're running things. And can actually bring some atten-we understand your grievtion to their cause. ances. But could you please Somewhere like one of the sulk over there where we can't runways at Tampa Internasee you? Thanks fellas." tional Airport, the Port AuWhen the Occup y movethority or maybe set up some ment was at its peak in places tents on the CSX railroad / m ..J w z j:: z w en c( c a: 0 ..J u. BEGINS JULY 23rd REGISTER TODAY Monday-Friday Tampa Park Plaza 141 7 Tampa Park Plaza (Comer of Scott & Nebraska) 813-229-1845 Ext. 0 Ask for Cathy State News Rep. Corrine Brown Plans To Sue Florida over Election Law TALLAHASSEE U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown and a civil rights group will sue the state over a provision in Florida's new Republican sponsored election law that re duces early voting days. The Jacksonville Democrat and Southern Christian Lead ership Conference announced plans Friday for a federal court lawsuit in Jacksonville against Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner and Duval County Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland. They say the law, which cuts early voting from 15 to 10 days, discriminates against Blacks because they vote early in large REP. CORRINE BROWN percentages. Detzner spokesman Chris Cate criticized the plaintiffs for waiting until less than three weeks before the Aug. 14 pri mary to challenge a law passed last year. It is one of several legal chal lenges the new law has drawn. Fla.lt. Gov. Apologizes For Remark About lesbians TALLAHASSEE Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll apologized Thursday for of fending lesbians when she said Black women who en gage in those relationships don't look like her. Carroll, who was imply ing that Black lesbians aren't attractive, made the remarks more than a week ago when she was asked about court documents in which a fired staffer claims that she walked in on Carroll and a female travel aide in a compromising position. Carroll denies that claim. "It is wrong and inexcus able to make a comment that hurts people, and that was not my intention," Carroll wrote in a letter to Equality Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll introduces Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Rom ney at a campaign stop at the River City Brewing Company in Jacksonville, Fla. Florida, a group that seeks equal rights for gays and les bians. "As a Christian, my faith guides me to love and respect all people. The false charges that have been lodged against me are no ex cuse for what I have said." Tampa Near Top In Countrv For Fatal Crashes The rate of fatal car crashes in the Tampa metropolitan area is among the highest in the country, but the numbers statewide are higher still, a study by the Centers for Dis ease Control and Prevention says. There were 12.6 deaths per 100,000 people in Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater during 2009, according to the CDC findings released this week. The national rate is 11.1 deaths per 100,000, and Florida's rate is 13.1 deaths per 100,000. Factors such as population and large, crowded roads contribute to Tampa's high rate, state and local officials said, but drivers bear most of the blame. Also contributing to the local crashes are high the number of major highways converging in Tampa, including Interstate 4, Interstate 275, Interstate 75 and U.S. 301.

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All About You! c! 1 ,, HaoovBirdldav Trio Finds Success Out Happy birthday, Cat, we have your back. With God all things are possible Love, Nique. MS. ELAINE JOHNSON To my two awesome ladies, happy belated birthday. Love from, husband and son, Low. HaPPV Binhdav August 1st A Star was Born MS. UNIQUE I would like to wish the woman I love dearly, my beautiful wife, Ms. Unique Underwood a very special happy birthday. May God bless you to see many more Love your husband and kids Awwwman, HaPPV Birthdav TOMVMiniMe ISAIAH JAMES And SAMUEL JAMES Wishing my son a joyful happy birthday. Love, Daddy. LOWAndDINA Rider, through it all, they're going to stand right beside you. We've been in love for 2 years baby, and With God first, we're going to ride together until the wheels fall off. To all you perpetrators, it's called motivation. From your wife, happy an niversary Baby. c: Of Their Dinerences JAHSERVA BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On the surface, the rap trio known as Undizputed appears to have nothing in common. However, when they met 6 years ago, they discovered they had more in common than they knew Tonito "Glockoma" Martinez, and twins Dewayne "Jahserva" and Duhayne "Josia" Hall have discovered they bring out the best in each other when it comes to music and performing. "We pride ourselves in our diversity," said Glockoma. We started off in high school on the basic principle that music is emotion. We later found ourselves feeding off our musical differences and allowing ourselves to cre ate even more diverse music and cover a broad area of top-. lCS. JOSIA The trio shares similar backgrounds growing up. Glockoma was adopted as a small child by an 18-year-old woman, who died when she turned 33, and the Hall twins also spent time in foster care. Undizputed started recording songs together in 2009 after first recording at different locations that pre sented a quality consistency issue. "I think we've improved our music quality as well as constantly looking for pro ducers, beat makers, and other artists who share or passion for music," said the Hall twins. The trio said they've learned a lot from the pio neers of hip hop, but they also listen to an array of music, ranging from the blues, to country, to R&B and some heavy metal. "A lot of hip hop doesn't Our Militar_y Men And Women Enlistee Completes Basic Training A former graduate of Leta High School recently completed requirements to graduate from basic training in the U.S Army. The graduation ceremon y took place at Fort Jackson in Colum bia South Carolina Private Saul 0. Mondragon studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values and physical fitness. He also received instruction and practice in basic combat skills chem ical warfare bayonet training rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, basic first aid, and other areas of training Private Mondragon is a 2011 graduate of Leta High School. Pen Pal Clinton Walker, #H20991, 58580 E. Milton Rd., Mil ton, FL, 32583. Release within 8 months, looking for that special some one to come home to. I'm 25 years old, mixed with high yellow skin complexion. Your photo gets mine. GLOCKOMA have substance and heart, said Glockoma. "You shouldn't have to glamorize our art by rapping about things most people can't identify with. Music has "T1 to be expressive." r Undizputed said they are trying to gain the expo-c sure of being a group with > consciousness and a hand on the pulse of the people. Z "Come listen to what we're trying to say, then m judge for yourself," said the 1 Hall twins. "It's not all harsh, ai-J= though sometimes it's neces!!J sary to come across rough. z We know what we have to do ""0 to be successful in this indusC: try and that means some sacrifices of style and substance, en but never will we surrender ffi our mission." If you're never heard this trio perform, check them out on www.ReverbNation. com/Undizputed. Free Phvsicals And Immunizations c m < m -f c: m en c )> z c "T1 :::c Hillsborough County s c Department of Family and Aging Services will be giving free back to school ph y sicals and immunizations on Sat urday, August 4, 2012 9 a. m. 1 p. m at the Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, 3402 N. 22nd St (33605). Immunizations will be done at the Hargrett Build ing, 2002 E. 26th Ave., ap pointments are required (813-443-3048). Parent or legal guardian must accompany the child. The immunization record is required for the free immu nizations to school-aged children. The free physicals are for any school-aged child (K-12) entering Florida schools for the first time. No sports, Head Start or child care C) physicals will be available. m

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l } J l i i I i i l I l t t : a First International oav At SL James House 01 Praver St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church recently celebrated their first International PHOTOSBYJUIIAJACKSON) Ernestine Fleminster, pastor of St. James, and her ter, Lauren represented Liberia. .erine Pearson, Marcia Hawkins, and Margie Mays were International Day event. tha and Mitchell Leggett represented the U.S. A. and 1 :.. .. } ......... ,....-'"' MINISTRY OF SPIRIT AND TRUTH SEMINARY 1417 E. Holland St., Tampa, FL 33612 813-866-4508 Fax 813-866-7779 Email mosatl@verizon.net www.mlnistryofspir i t.org OPEN HOUSE & REGISTRATION LY 7, 2012@ 2PM AUGUST 4-; 2012@ 2PM Saughanto Austin, Dean & Professor *The Study of the Bible is Serious Business If you are ready to go forward in Life Cor(le and Grow with US "zt is not just higher education, It Is UFEII Deloris and Yvonne Thomas represented London, England. Cosmas (Pat) Edwards represented St. Thomas, U. S. VIrgin Islands. Sandra and John Thomas were representing the U.S. A. GiGi Johnson was also attending to represent the U.S.A. Re-Binh Celebrates Pastor's 11 Years OIService Re-Birth Missionary Baptist Church celebrated the 17th anniversary of their pastor, Zachery Hudson, recently. (PHOTOS BY JUIIA JACKSON) Pastor Zachery Hudson, and Mrs. Freddie Hudson. Audrey Colston took the microphone during the celebration. Janice London presents a gift to the pastor Lucille Franklin and Bertha Baker joined the celebration. Rev. Dr. Maxine Woodside of the 34th Street Church of God spoke during the celebration. Celebrating the pastor's anniversary were Betty Baker and Carolyn Banks, Daughter of Isis.

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"" .._ ,\ -... ... ..._ _.._ ....... ................ ..._ ........ ..IL .......... _,. ,. "" .. ...... "' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SchooiNews en St. Peter Claver Grad Will Anend Academv 01 HoiV Names Merline Lamour is a remarkable young student. With a quiet demeanor, yet strong determination, she has successfully adjusted, in one year, to a new country, learned a new language, ex celled academically and graduated from St Peter Claver Catholic School. In August she will attend the prestigious Academy of Holy Names in Tampa. In August of 2011, Merline enrolled at St Peter Claver speaking Creole, the language of her native coun try, fluently, but no English. The school placed her on a program of tutoring and in dividualized instruction, and she responded with passion and resolve. Within six months she won 1st place in the school's annual spelling bee; shortly thereafter she won 3rd place in the Science Fair. For two grading periods she made the Honor Roll. In February 2012 Mer-MERLINE !AMOUR line eloquently delivered the history of St. Peter Claver School at the Alumni Break fast to the delight of parish ioners, teachers and other guests. In May she delighted the graduation audience with a farewell message. We con gratulate Merline and her family for the accomplish ments she has made, and we are confident she will re spond positively to the new experiences that await her at Three-oav Sales Tax Holidav Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Florida legislators passed a tax holiday that will benefit parents purchasing clothing and supplies for the upcom ing school year. The sales tax holiday begins this weekend. The 2012 Sales Tax Holiday will begin at 12:01 a.m., on Friday, August 3 and end at 11:59 p.m. Sunday, August 5 Although the holiday coin cides with the beginning of the school year, anyone can benefit from it. This year, books are not exempt during the holiday weekend. The exemption does not apply to any item of clothing that sells for more than $75, or school supply items that sell for more than $15. A manufacturer's coupon cannot be used to reduce the price of an item. However, store coupons or discounts can be used. Some of the clothing items that qualify for the tax ex emption are: baby clothes, blouses, skirts, pants, uni forms, caps, hats, choir and altar clothing, coats, wraps, dresses gloves, employee uniforms, school uniforms, work uniforms, athletic uni forms fishing vests, hunting vests, ties, etc. Backpacks, belts, baseball cleats, boots, shoes, aprons, cleated and spiked shoes, etc., are exempt. Braces and supports worn to correct or alleviate a phys ical incapacity or injury is also exempt. School items that can be purchased includes binders, calculators, cellophane tape, colored pencils, compasses, composition books, computer disks, construction paper, crayons, folders, legal pads, markers, notebook paper, pencils, pens, rulers, scissors, etc. Staplers, staples, toner and ink cartridges, jump drives, flash drives, are not exempt from taxes. School Districrs Diversitv Office Announces 24% Increase In Spending During the last meeting of the Hillsborough County School Board, Supplier Diversity Officer, Ben Moore reported to the Board and Superintendent that spending with vendors who fall in the district's Goods and Services categories grew to more than 24 percent in the fiscal year that ended on June 30th. The 24 percent increase reflects spending of more than $19 million (vs. $14.9 million in the previous fiscal year ending June 30, 2011) with businesses registered in the district's Small Business Encouragement Program. the Academy of Holy Names. St. Peter Claver Catholic School was founded in 1893, and is the oldest parochial school in the state of Florida, primarily educating African American students. Today, the school serves students in grades PreK:3 through 8th grade, including VPK. The tradition of the historic school is to provide strong moral values coupled with a disciplined, yet nurturing learning environment. Enrollment for the 20122013 school year is underway. Scholarships and tuition assistance are available St. Peter Claver is located at 1401 N. Governor Street Tampa. Please call the N school at (813) 224-0865, for additional information. m < m ::::tJ -< -t c: m en c ,.. z c ., ::::tJ 6 SATURDAY AUGUST 18TH AT 6PM Gs Place St. FL 33609 C)" m U)

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; Former Mavor Chosen As Organization To Host ; Children's Board Interim CEO The ffj BY IRIS B. HOLTON we are spending dollars Democratic Black Caucus her that the Supervisor Sentinel City Editor wisely and create a whole -and the Tampa Ba y Chapter of Elections office must The Board of Directors of the Hillsborough County Children s Board will hold their meeting on Wednesday, August 1st, at 4 p.m. During the meeting, the board members will take a formal vote to allow the current CEO to step down. The board members will also take a formal vote to hire an Interim CEO to fill the position. For several months, the Children's Board has been embroiled in controversy. Several board members recently called for Dr. Luanne Panacek, the CEO of the organizati on, to step down PAM IORIO p ete. In February, employ ees called police after find ing residue from an oily liq uid in their offices. Dr. Panacek's contract, c worth $171,000 per year, a: expires in Octo ber. The Board of Directors hired an auditor to conduct a study of the organization Board member Pete Edwards said, "The report speaks for itself. We didn't adjust our policies and procedure to be applicabie to state and federal laws. LL The Children 's Board pro viding funding to approxi FREE ,.fiM!SSIDM--RIIgisb Bllllit S,..C:.IaHmltecll. Available WoMQ;,'TSEMIWI':I':KLY y M.B. CHURCH

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rn Popular Artist To Host1a10pa Got Talent Search' Hip Hop artist, Krazy, was on the launch pad, and on his way to the top. He was in hot demand at all of the top clubs, and radio stations were contact ing him to play his music over the airwaves. Auditions will be held at Club Patron, 2620 East 1h Avenue beginning Thursday, August 9th from 11 w Three years ago, Krazy was involved in a motorcycle accident that has left him walking with a cane a nd changed his career direction. On top of all that, hi s mother passed awa y in September 2011. "I reall y wasn' t intere s t in performing anymore and gave up on music for a while," s aid Krazy. "My friend Bezel, talked me into doing talent s ho ws, and when Madam Chair Productions found us, a nd people here s howing me s o much love, they wa n t ed me to st art performing a g ain. Krazy s a i d inste a d of g oing b a ck on the stag e a s a performer, he decided t o re a ch out to the y oung p e ople and do something for them. There 's too much violence on the streets and If I can give the y oung people something else to do with all that talent and energy, it would work out for e v eryone. Krazy, along with Madam Chair Productions are presenting Krazy s 2012 Tampa s Got Talent S e arch ." event is being held to attract singers, rap pers, dancers, spoken word artists, and anyone else KRAZY with talent All who enter the contest could win the Festival Idol Grand Prize. Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place winners. 'Old School Night Out' What better way to run into people from y our era than to be a pa rt of a n Old School Night Out e vent. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Pete and Tyrone were out on the town. a. m until 6 p m. On Friday, August 10th, auditions will be held at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 East Palm Avenue, from 11 a ml until4 p. m. Krazy said he s trying to do different things, in cludin g ho st i ng Grown Folks Night every Wednes da y at the Double Decker Lounge with DJ Tre y I haven' t performed in, or really been in a club or lounge in a long time. I got tired of seeing our young people involved in s o much crime, especiall y against each other. I want to help them de v elop their natural gifts into so m e thing positi v e tha t can help everyone. Ther e will be celebri ty judge s and a contest to s ee who can cook the best barbecue. There will also be bounc y house for the kids. Krazy advises everyone to put their curse words in a bag, and leave them home, along with all the knuckleheads who enjo y disrupting events. For more information call (813) 444-4091, or (813) 344-4119. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lccrews@flsentinel.com. Voters Registra6on-You have Un61 Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 -Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida General Election -Nov. 6 -

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First Annual Youth Football Camp Held On July 21st, QC held its First Annual Youth Camp was held. The camp was a win-win. The youth were delighted to receive some football skills from men who actually play in the NFL. The information given will aid them in life. QC Party Starters did an outstanding job coordinating the event. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). DJ C-Nasty, Marquis Price and Chris Brooks hosted the event. Antonio held everyone's attention as he demonstrated the proper way to throw a pass. Antwan enjoyed watching his son play football. Ed Mills, Twila Mills, Chinovia Shedrick, Chris Wilson, Floreta Spain and Tyrone Taylor are the Executive Board for the Giants. Christopher, Treshon, Keyon, Ademola, and Stefhan were excited about the new moves they learned. amasee Tribe Hosts 'Tribes 01 Color 2nd Annual Pow Wow' On July 21st, members of the Yamasee Tribe hosted "Tribes of Color 2nd Annual POW WOW." The event took place at the Progress m Village Recreation Center ...J The Pow Wow consisted of drumming, storytelling, face i= painting, dancing, cultural z w en <( c sharing and food. There was also a prize for best dressed Native Regalia .At one point, the Yamassee Native Americans were believed to be an extinct tribe. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Fodeba Johnson and Mesuti -Re are Yamasee Tribal members. Davis McGurn, Fahiym Copner-El, Wmdwalker Waller and Elder Hakim Soaring Eagle enjoyed storytelling and showing off their Regalia. Vincent and Sekhu were excited about the food and native dancing. Ava, Matron Bilqiys Talking-Bird and Li'Mahli are proud of the Tribe. They proudly displayed their culture.

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Sports rn Olvmpics 2012: Gabrielle Fan Throws Detroit lion Star Douglas Qualities For sneakers At F l -t 0 Olvm-PI-C Gvmnasti-CS Kevin Durant aces aWSUI Ver .... For Autouraah December Car Crash GABRIELLE DOUGLAS Gabrielle Douglas, 16 was smiling extra big on Sunday when she saw that she made the cut for the Team USAspots for the gymnastics all-around The qualifying rounds were a shocker when Aly Raisman get the first con firmed spot and Gabrielle Douglas getting the second confirmed spot. The fans of Gabrielle Douglas weren't exactly sur prised by the exceptional rou tine the athlete performed on Sunday. Sharing her flexibility and preciseness, the ath-Jete had the grace to impress the judges. Add to the oppor tunity that she outperformed the reigning champion at the U.S. National Championships and Olympics trials and everyone should have seen the win coming. Gabrielle Douglas obvi ously loves gymnastics and she loves the chance to repre sent Team USA at the London Olympics is exciting. Ready to step up and do her best for the team, it isn't a mistake that the young athlete took the spot to compete, it's a great opportunity. Michelle Obama Huus leBron After USA B-Ball Thumps France 98-n FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMAAnd LEBRON JAMES LONDON -The hiccups outnumbered the highlights, and for a while the U.S. racked up fouls faster than points. The opener wasn't artistic. However, it was enough easily enough. Kevin Durant scored 22 points in his Olympic debut, Kevin Love added 14 and LeBron James had eight assists as the American men's basketball team overcame some sloppy moments with a 98-71 win Sunday over France "We know everybody else expects us to win by 40 points," said Carmelo Anthony. "For us, a win's a wiJ1. We expect every game to be like this one." Seeking a second straight gold medal to match the redemptive one the y captured in Beijing four years ago, the Americans expected a tough test from a French team featuring San Antonio guard Tony Parker and five other NBA players. And although the U.S. was never in real trouble -it only led 22-21 after one quarter there were enough flaws (14 turnovers, 26 fouls) to keep coach Mike Krzyzewski and his staff busy and this superstar-laden squad from feeling too com fortable. As they left the floor, the U.S. players stopped to hug Mrs. Obama, who can report back to her comman der in chief husband that his favorite team has taken its first step toward gold KEVIN DURANT Kevin Durant was making his way to the locker room at Team USA's exhibition game against Argentina last week when a fan decided the best way to get KD to sign his sneakers, was to throw them at him. Durant was out of the fan's reach, leaving him to resort to throwing his sneakers at him. As this fan learned, and most people could have guessed, throw ing sneakers at the Thunder star will not get you his autograph. Paralvzed Plaver Eric legrand. Retires As For lite' ERIC LAGRAND Eric LeGrand recently retired as a Buc for life. LeGrand's dream of becoming an NFL player were cut short after he was severely injured while play ing for Rutger's University as a junior. In May, LeGrand's former coach Greg Schiano, who now is the head of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, signed him on the team in order to fulfill LeGrand's life-long dream. As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened training camp, Eric LeGrand, their most inspirational player, announced his retirement. DETROIT N damukong Sub is being sued for just more than $1 million by a woman who claims she was injured in a December car crash in Oregon involving the Detroit Lions' star. Saadia Van Winkle accuses Suh of negligence, recklessness and intentional infliction of emotional distress in the suit, which her attorney says was filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court. Police said Suh was not impaired and was coopera tive with officers following the Dec. 3 accident. In the following days, police said they had no plans to investigate the accident further after two women claimed they suffered injuries in the Ndamukong Suh #90 of the Detroit Lions looks on during warm ups prior to playing against the New Orleans Saints in the 2012 NFC Wild Card Playoff. 0 wreck. The suit accuses Suh of lying to 911 operators about whether anyone was injured. :::tl c )> CJ) m z :::! z m l Massachusens Mavor Fires Cop Who Slurred tD c: rr m :::! z Red Sox Plaver LEOMINSTER, Mass. A Massachusetts mayor has fired a police officer accused of directing a racial slur at Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl C r awford during a baseball game. Leominster Mayor, Dean Mazzarella says Officer John Perrault's comments and actions show he's unfit to serve on the police force. Mazzarella's decision Thursday came a day after Police Chief Robert Healey recommended that Mazzarella fire Perrault. Healey says the 38-yearold officer has used racial slurs at least two other times. Perrault has been on paid leave since he called Crawford a "Monday" CARL CRAWFORD before a July 5 minor league game in Manchester, N.H The word is considered a racial slur when associated with the phrase, "I hate Mondays." His attorney says Perrault wasn't using the word in a racial way and that the city is overreacting.

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eat On Opening Night Of The NBI Season NEW YORK -Miami's championship defense will begin where they won last season's title, and the first game for the W Brookl yn Nets will b e at home against their now-crosstown :::l rival. 1LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Heat will raise their title banner at home on Oct. 30 against the Boston Celtics as part of an opening-night tripleheader, meaning Ray Allen's first game with Miami will come against his former club and in a rematch of last season's seven-game Eastern Conference finals. RiskV Plan For USA Men's Freestvle Relav Backfires In An Ironic Twist LONDON, ENGLAND -JULY 29: Michael Phelps of the United States and teammates Adrian Nathan (L), Ryan Lochte (2nd L) and Cullen Jones (R) celebrate with the silver medals won during the Men's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay final on Day 2 > of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Aquatics Centre on a: July 29, 2012 in London, England. w Gj LONDON The French, This ironic deja vu involved the men's 400meter freestyle relay, which eerily repeated itself from 2008 only in reverse. Back then the United States overhauled France in the final meters to win a race for the ages. Now, France overhauled the United States in the final meters to win a race for the ages. fittingly, have a phrase for W what we saw Sunday night at the Aquatics Centre: deja vu. :::i But deja vu came seasoned with a gift from the Greeks: irony. The Greeks also gave Z us the Olympics, of course i= and even in the ancient histo ry of these Games, there S weren't too many ironies m more startling than what ..J went down in the pool here. i= z w en
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........ '!:11 nment c Rapper Kravzie Bone Arrested Singer Darlene love IRS Auctions Oft Young Buck's Items Recovering From The IRS auctioned off ery, studio Bone Thugs-n-Harmony rapper Krayzie Bone was arrested in Los Angeles for allegedly drunk driving earl y this morning. According to reports, the 39-year-old was pulled over on a routine traffic stop. He was arrested after fail ing field sobriety tests where he al legedl y bl ew 10 on a breathalyzer. California's legal alcohol limit is .08 Krayzie KRAZIE BONE Bone was booked at a nearb y jail. Sanaa Lathan To Take Acclaimed Role Stage and screen star Sanaa Lathan (A Raisin in the Sun, Contagion) returns to the title role in Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage's 'By the Way, Meet Vera Stark' for its LA pre miere. Lathan, who originated the character of Vera Stark in the critically acclaimed New York run, will once again take the stage as the 1930s era maid turned movie star, reuniting with her original cast member SANAA Kimberly LATHAN Hebert Gre-gory (Red Hook Summer) who played "Lottie." The Game's Wedding Is Back On California rapper The Game was set to marry fi ancee, Tiffney Cam.bridge last week, when she suddenl y called it off However, new reports are saying the pair has settled differences and set a new date. As we reported, Gam.e's fiancee, Tiffney Cam. bridge pulled the plug on the wedding last Thursdayand the rapper said it was all his fault, tweeting, "The ru-The Game and fiancee, Tiffney Cambridge. mors are TRUE. The wed-' ding is OFF It s not her fault, it's mine! She s a GREAT woman." Randv Jackson Goes On Twiner Rant savs 11 Estate Is Trving To Kill His Mom Although Katherine Jackson has reportedly agreed to share custody of Michael Jackson's chil dren with her grandson, TJ, the Jackson family drama is still going strong. Michael's brother, Randy Jackson, took to Twitter, claiming that Michael's estate is trying to isolate his mother Katherine "Just like they did Michael" "It is my fear and belief, that they are trying to take my mother's life." Randy wrote. His tweet included a link to a lengthy message re vealing his take on the events that have unfolded this week within the Jackson family. 1) When TJ asked my mother if he should ask for temporary guardianship, my Mother told TJ NOtwice. 2) The Estate denied Rebhie, Janet and Jermaine access to the house when they returned home to Cal abasas with a letter written by Howard Weitzman, at torney for the Estate, who is not a resident of the home. 3) The Estate is trying to isolate my Mother from her family JUST LIKE THEY DID TO MICHAEL, in order to propagate their lies fi nancial agen das and to RANDY protect a JACKSON fraudulent will. 4) The same that are trying to manipulate my mother, are the same people that were involved with my brother when he died. 5) In order to obtain tem porary guardianship, TJ lied to the court. Rebbie, Janet, Jermaine and I would never harm our mother and we are doing our best to protect her and the Estate knows that. I want to know why Perry Sanders would consider a negotiation based on lies 6) It is clear that anyone who stands up against the Executors of the Estate -John Branca, John McClain and their attorney Howard Weitzman is denied access to my mother. 7) It is my fear and belief, that they are trying to take my mother 's life. HeanAnack Young Buck's personal equipment, the 2 items from his Tennessee rapper's tradeDarlene love, a Rock and Roll Hall of Farner who's considered one of the best background singers of all DARLENE time is recoverLOVE ing from a mild heart attack. Her agent, Eric Stevens says the 71-year-old experi enced some discomfort prior to a performance over the weekend in Asbury Park, N J As the pain grew a day later Love went to a hospital and was told she suffered a mild heart attack. Love lent her voice to sev eral of Phil Spector's hits in the 1960s in acts like the Crystals and Bob B Soxx and the Blue Jeans. Love also has Broadway and film credits. Marvin Sapp: Single Dad' Mav Air This Fall Celebrities' personal lives are judged harshly by the public, gospel stars even more so. So the MARVIN idea of reality SAPP television featuq ng gospe l singers is a hard pill to swal low Pastor and gospel singer, Marvin Sapp seems ready for the challenge. He has signed on to star in a reality show currently ti tled: "Marvin Sapp: Single Dad." The show, which will film his life raising his three chil dren (Marvin "ML" Sapp II, MiKaila and Madisson) as a widowed father (he lost his wife of 20 years, MaLinda, to colon cancer) and pastoring his famous church. Fishburne To Co-Star In NBC Thriller Legendary actor Laurence Fishburne is preparing to play the super visor of a FBI LAURENCE agent on a new FISHBURNE TV drama. Fishburne, who has held many leading roles in televi sion (CSI) as well as film, will make several appearances on NBC's newest thriller Han nibal', which is inspired by the infamous movie charac ter Ham;1ibal Lecter. The pilot will consist of 13 episodes and is set to pre miere mid-season. The veteran actor''. (The Matrix) will play FBI Behav ioral Sciences Unit leader Jack Crawford on the show. home, whil e the rapper m a rked name watched from prison. is for sale, too 1\) 0 He is currently serving an Young Buck ..... 18-month sentence for gun is sa id to have _Y .... O.._.UN........., .... G....., possession. The auction purchased sevBUCK 1\) brought in $53,000 and will eral items back be put towards the reported including his 615 Cashville $200,000 he owes in back chain, which sold at auction taxes. for $12,600, but is actually Along with awards, jewelworth $2o,ooo. Snoop oouu Banned From Norwav OSLO, NORWAY A lawyer representing Snoop Dogg says the American rapper has been banned from entering Norway for 2 years after trying to enter the country with a small amount of marijuana last month. Holger Hagesaeter, the rapper' s legal representative in Norway, said on Saturday that his client "can live with the and has no im mediate plans to appeal it. Snoop Dogg, whose name is Calvin Broadus, was on his way to a music festival in southern Norway in June when sniffer SNOOP dogs detected DOGG eight grams of marijuana in his luggage. He was also carrying more cash than is legally allowed and was fined $8,6ooafter admitting to the two of0 fenses, the lawyer said. ::0 Brown Representatives Denv Brawl en m z ::::! z Chris Brown's repre sentatives have denied that the 23-year-old star was in volved in nightclub brawl while in Cannes France. Reports state the singer showed up to Gotha night club with a entourage of 30 people including his girl friend Karruecbe Tran. A fight allegedly broke out after the group was denied access to the V.I.P section by the nigh tclub 's security. The eyewitness claims as soon as Brown arrived with an entourage, the scuffle began. The group, led b y fellow musician, Barry (Mijo) Bradford, walked up the stairs to the VIP area with some huge p! bodyguards, m and Brown ? right behind them, thinking CHRIS ::j that's where Z their table BROWN "tJ c: would be," says the insider. m Two secur ity guards belonging to the club, however, ::1: blocked them, and Bradford became "angry and m started punching and shov-< ing the security. Then Chris and his bodyguards got in-t volved and they were push-c: ing and screaming at each rn other." c )> z c "11 :a c

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MRS. KATRINA ALTHEA NICHOLLS Funeral services for Mrs. Katrina Althea Nicholls, of Tampa, passed away at St. Joseph Hospital on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, surrounded by her loving family, following a long battle with congestive heart failure. The funeral will be held on Friday, August 3, 2012, at 12 p. m. at Mt. Calvary Seventh Day Adventist Church, 3920 E. Osborne Ave., Senior Pastor Patrick E. Vincent, offici O ating. Interment will be in 0:::: Orange Hill Cemetery. LL Katrina was born in 0 Tampa, on December 30, Z 1951, to Alfonso and Althea <( James. Katrina was preceded in 0 death by: her husband, tn Mervyn Nicholls; sister, CynW thia Hicks; sister-in-law, ::J Eleanora Isles; and her 1grandmother, Selena Thompw > w son. Trina, as she was affectionately known, attended schools in Newark, New Jersey graduating from Arts High School in 1969. When she decided to go to college to major in Elementary Education she chose to attend Atlantic Union Col ::J lege in South Lancaster, Mas C.. sachusetts, where she Z graduated with her Bachelor i= of Science Degree in Elemen tary Education. -1 In 1973, several months ::J after graduation, Katrina r:D married Mervyn Nicholls and the newly married couple moved to Newark, New Jersey, where Katrina accepted a teachingjob at Trinity Temple SDA Church School. To this union, two children were born, Valencia and David. Wherever you saw Valencia and David, Katrina was usually there training, teaching, protecting and loving her children. She was a devoted wife and a caring mother. Her lifelong professional career was her commitment and dedication in teaching students to excel. She believed in the holistic development of children and she ceased the opportunity, building character and modeling lives in the process for over 32 years in Newark, New Jersey; Orange, New Jersey, and Tampa, ret:iril,.g in 2011 from E. L. Bing Elementary School in the Hillsborough County Public School District. Katrina was known for her smile, her creative abilities and innovative teaching techniques, her happiness and joy in giving to others (only the best), her never ending zeal, enthusiasm and energy to get the job done and done right was contagious. Katrina walked with pep in her step, on the move, helping others to improve. She was a trooper, determined to accomplish the task at hand and to reach her goals, with class, of course. She enjoyed shopping for others and was particular about her appearance. She was a sophisticated lady, always styling from head to toe. Katrina loved people, traveling, swimming, education but especially her Lord, family and friends. Katrina was a faithful member of Mt. Calvary SDA Church in Tampa, until her health began to fail. She was actively involved in Women's Ministries, Sabbath School and the Usher Board. She leaves to cherish her memory: her daughter, Valencia Nicholls of Silver Spring, MD; son, David Nicholls of Tampa; granddaughter, Jasmine; parents, Alfonso and Althea James of Tampa; sister, Dr. Lorraine James-Stiggers (Norman) of Lancaster, TX; brothers, Alfonso James, Jr. (Brenda) of Banning, CA, and Jerome James (Annette) of Glen Ridge, NJ; uncles, Alfonso Thompson (Eleanor) and Jerome James (Katrina), both of Tampa; aunt, Willie Lee Williams of Marianna, FL; best friend, Gloria Lawson (Willie) of Columbia, SC; dear friend, Brenda Asberry of Tampa; 11 nieces and 9 nephews; favorite cousins, Vivian Thomas of Miami, FL, and Alfonso Thompson, Jr. of Tampa; and a host of relatives and friendS. The visitation will be held one hour prior to the service on Friday beginning at 11 a. m. at the Church. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME "Ot.r Business Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 805-3350. t813) 248-6125 -.wilson-fuMralhome.com URIAL INSU fllnlrlll Colt...._ .... $10.000. Protect Y....., Todly. Call Now fGf Yeur AlEE In Home QUGtt. Plans StarUng At Only $20.00 Per Month JOHN 'JUNE' AND GRACE CLARK Mr. John "June" Howard Clark of 2412 E. Cayuga St., Tampa, entered his eternal home Sunday, July 22; 2012. Mrs. Grace Agnes Tillman Clark, his wife of 42 years, joined him in paradise Monday, July 23, 2012. Truly, they have an "endless love." Joint funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Clark will be held Wednesday, August 1, 11 a.m. at Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2101 Lowe Street. Rev. Dr. David W. Green, Sr., pastor, officiating. Interment will be at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue. Mr. Clark was born February 2, 1926, in Cairo, Georgia, to Dock and Louvennia Clark, both deceased. He was preceded in death by: brother, Lawrence; and sister, Johnnie Lee. He moved to Tampa at an early age and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. Mr. Clark served honorably in the U. S. Navy, where he developed his skills as a chef. He married Grace Tillman in 1969, and they remained dedicated to that union for 42 years. He reaffirmed his love for her with his final words. He was recognized as an outstanding employee of Gardinier, Inc. Mr. ClarkjoinedAllen Temple African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in the 1970s, serving as a trustee, church custodian, sexton, chef and member of both the Male and Gospel Choirs. He and Mrs. Clark were also founding members of the Doug Williams Fan Club. Mrs. Grace Tillman Clark was born April 5, 1931, in Tampa to Israel and Grace 'Iillman, both deceased. Mrs. Clark was also preceded in death by: brothers, Robert and Israel, Jr.; and sisters, Annie Mae and Fredye Mae. She attended Hillsborough County Public Schools, gradu ating from George S. Middle ton High School with the Class of 1948. She earned an A. A. Degree from Gibbs Junior Col lege. Mrs. Clark began a 35-year career at Clara Frye Hospital and retired from the Hillsbor ough County Clerk of the Circuit Court Office. She was a 20-year volunteer for both Meals on Wheels and the Straz (formerly Tampa Bay) Per forming Arts Center. She also supervised voting precincts for the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office. Mrs. Clark was a founding member of the Clerks and Sec retaries Organization (CSOs), the Belmont-Jackson Heights Civic Association, the Ada T. Payne Friends of the Urban Li-braries and the Senior Adult Ministry (SAM) at Allen Tern pleAME. Her mother, Grace, led her to Allen Temple AME Church as a child. In 2006, she fulfilled a life-long dream by attending historic AME Bi-Continental Lay Organization Celebrations in Johannesburg, Soweto and Cape Town, South Africa. She prayed a prayer of thanks in Nelson Mandela's former jail cell for his freedom. At Allen Temple, Mrs. Clark served as treasurer of the Roberts-Burroughs Women's Missionary Society. She chaired the nominating committee and was an on-call registrar for the Area/District AMElevel. At the AME Conference level, she was active with the Christian Social Action Committee. She earned the rare honor of being strolled a "Silver Sis ter" by AME Bishop and Mrs. McKinley Young for her long, faithful service. Former Pres ident of the Local Lay Organi zation, she also served on Usher Board No.1, was active in the Sunday School and in Bible Study. Mrs. Clark attended the WMS Quadrennial Convention in Nashville, Tenn. in June and July of 2012. Mr. and Mrs. Clark were preceded in death by two sons, John and Phillip Clark. They leave a legacy for two children: son, Charles Frederick (father, Samuel) Hearns; and daughter, Pearl Elaine Roberts; grandchildren, Charles F. (Tanika) Hearns, Jr., Darius (Angela) Clark, Derrick (fiancee, Jennell Bassette) Roberts, Phillip (Latoya) Clark, Jr., Cassandra Franklin, Marcel Hearns and Charaneka Johnson; great grandchildren, Mia and Alex Hearns, Kiaus Collins, Markell and Marianna Westbrooks, Dorothea, Augusta and AiReal Clark, Rayshad Smith, Jadyn, Joidyn and Princeton Clark; nieces, Sharon Freshwater and Vicki Grooms; nephews, Reginald (Ricky) Hopkins and Tony Grooms, Jabari James, Dominic Grooms, Derica Mosley, Eduardo Anderson, Emario Anderson, Davina Lassiter arid Delina Dennis; devoted cousins, Laura Dell Miller and children, Dr. Council Miller, Jr., Freddie (Sophie) Miller, Mildred (Oscar) Foster, Dr. Faye (Reginald, Sr.) Bellamy and Benita Gray, VIrgil, Keith and Alicia Henry, Chainaka, Dyzbane, Edric, Jr., Kierra, Princess, Azaria, Sayyidab, Isaiah, Twila, Brooke, A'niya, Diane and Cassandra Manago, Ernest (Jeanette) Macon, Elizabeth (Ellis) Austin, Ernestine Macon Coleman, Alberta Jackson, Renee (Steve) Evans, Michael (Michelle) Macon, Kevin (Lisa) Macon, Raymond (Megban) Macon, Keteya (Tom) Macon Smith, Richard Crooks, Linda Jackson, Geraldine Kay-Sandra (Robert) Young, Trina Minter, Valerie Austin, Ellis (Freida) Austin, Christopher Austin, UFE Malcolm, Cheryl Clark, Ronald Clark, Donald Clark, Albert Jackson, Edric Miller, Joshua Gray, Dr. Reginald Bellamy, Jr., Justin Gray, Teketa Bellamy, Ashanti Bellamy, Evelyne Miller, Caitlin Evans, Cassady Evans, Spencer Macon, Sabrina Macon, Gianna Macon, Tristan Macon, Taylor Macon, Richard (Chris) Crooks, Jr., Sam Crooks, Sonia Myles, Eddie (Stephanie) Myles, .,-r., Collier Banks, Gerald Phillips, Erika Phillips, Jovon Phillips, Ervin Phillips, Antoine Crooks, Larry Simpson, Jr., Terrence Crooks-Usher, Christina Austin, Lyfe Coleman, Asha Coleman, Journey Coleman, Jaye' Coleman, Ronald Clark, Donald Clark, Albert Jackson, Ronald Clark, Jr., Randall Clark and Ryan Clark; and numerous other relatives. The remains of both Mr. and Mrs. Clark will repose for public viewing after 5 p. m., Tuesday, July 31, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. The family will receive friends 6-7 p. m. with two-minute tributes scheduled from 7-7:45 p.m. Pastor Green will close the service at 8 p. m. "A WllSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com Local Popular Tampa Woman loses Banle With Cancer A popular Tampa woman : lost her battle with cancer and died on Thursday. She was 82-years-old. MRS. WILMA According to JACKSON her daughter, ... "The Dollar Mrs. Mona Lady" Griffin, Mrs. Wilma Jackson had battled the disease for 4 years. A native of Woodlawn, Tennessee, Mrs. Jackson moved to Tampa more than 40 years ago. "When I got married, my husband moved my mother and 5 sisters to Tampa," Mrs. Griffin said. Formerly a homemaker, after arriving in Tampa, Mrs. Jackson obtained employment with the CfA (Classroom Teachers Association) River Apartments, and worked there for several years until her retirement. After retiring, Mrs. Jackson began visiting nursing homes and hospitals, issuing get well cards. Mrs. Jackson continued that practice for more than 15 years. Mrs. Griffin said her mother told her daughters that God had given her a mission to visit the sick and shut-ins and she obeyed His call. Through the years, Mrs. Jackson has delivered hundreds of cards, smiles, and get well wishes. Her daughter said she didn' t need to know a person to send them a greeting card. She would also take her own money and purchase personal items for people who had no one to care for them "She loved people, she never forgot anyone, always remembering to send a card with a dollar in it to someone," her daughter stated. Mrs. Jackson was a longtime member of Evening Star Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, where she was one of the church's Mothers. Mrs. Jackson really enjoyed spending tiine with her family. She is survived by 6 daughters, 12 grandchildren, and numerous great grandchildren, and greatgreat grandchildren. Funeral services for Mrs. Jackson will take place on Sat urday, August 4, 11 a.m., at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements.

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National Election OHicial Will Not Enforce Identical Twin Sisters Give Birth One Hour Apart Pennsvlvania Voter 10 laws Demonstrators hold signs at an NAACP-organized rally on the steps of the Pennsylvania Capitol to protest the state'snew voter identification law on Tuesday, July 24, 2012 in Harrisburg, Pa. A Democratic s tate election avoid the disenfranchisement official says he will not enforce of groups that may not have of-the Pennsylvania voter ID ficial state identification and laws are inclined to vote for Democ-Christopher Broach says rats, such as college students, he will continue following the Mrican-Americans, and Latistate's old vo ting rights to nos. Idaho Billboard links Pres. Obama With Alleged Colorado Shooter An electronic billboard in Caldwell, Idaho that compares President Obama to James Holmes, the 24-year-old accused of killing 12 people in an Aurora, Colo., movie the ater on July 20, has sparked outrage in the comm unity re ports The Idaho Statesman. The giant sign features a photo of Holmes with the words, "Kills 12 in a movie the-ater with assault rifle, every one freaks out," written under his picture, juxtaposed to a photo of Pres. Obama with the words, "Kills thousands with foreign policy, wins Nobel Peace Prize," written below. The billboard often features anti-Obama messages, and is sponsored by The Ralph Smeed Foundation. Identical twin sisters, Shaakira White and Za akira Mitchell, gave birth just an hour apart on July 24 in South Carolina. But that is not the biggest surprise. White, the oldest sister, gave birth to twins. Originally, Mitchell trav eled from Rock Hill, S.C. to ac company her sister to her doctor s appointment at Pal metto Health Baptist Hospital in Columbia. However, she had SHAAKIRA WHITE And ZAAKIRA MITCHELL no clue that both of them would be giving birth that day. "Around three, 3:30 she came back and said Tm 5 centimeters dilated.' So Dr. Ferc... guson was telling her that she ?= was going to be admitted today, so that meant we were both going to have our babies on the N same day," said Mitchell. "We didn't know, it wasn't planned." N Mitchell gave birth to baby Kad.in Zaakai and an hour later, White delivered twins, Landon Elijah and London Elise, via C-section. Dr. James Ferguson delivered all three babies. Ex-Fia. GOP Head Claims Embarrassing Partv Secrets TALLAHASSEE, Fla. A former state GOP chairman accused of stealing from the party has made some embar rassing accusations of his own, including claims that the party tried to suppress Black voters, though secret recordings re leased Thursday shows he was concerned what people knew about a secret arrangement he made to get a share of party donations. In a deposition Jim Greer gave as part of his lawsuit against the party, Greer por trays himself as a victim of a conspiracy against him while painting a picture of a party in turmoil that's marred by loose ethics. But a secret tape released as part of the criminal investigation also shows Greer was worried about what party leaders knew about JIM GREER And GOV. CHARLIE CRIST Victory Strategies, a company he and his executive director formed to pay themselves 10 percent of major party dona tions. The party said it wouldn't comment on ongoing legal matters Greer tells a different story in his civil case, in which he claims the party owes him $123,000 as part of a sever ance agreement he negotiated with Senate President Mike Haridopqlos, House Speaker Dean Cannon and Sen John Thrasher, who suc ceeded Greer as chairman And along the way, he makes stunning accusations, including claims that party of ficials were trying to find ways to get black people not to vote. "They talked about not let ting Blacks vote ... and minority outreach programs were 0 not fit for the Republican Party," Greer said. g He also detailed a party in 0 chaos, saying elected leaders m tried wrestling control of the party from then-Gov. Char-z lie Crist while "whack-am dos from the party right and 1 tea partiers also tried to grab control. And he portrayed himself as getting caught in the h; middle as he stayed loyal to :;j Crist. Z ""0 c m r-c;; :I: m c m < m c m 0 c > z c ., c over 1,000 bemes beugbt & Seld Iaiiie Tampalav area slaceiUIISI, 2000.

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Crime Man Robs Bank Wearing Motorcvcle Helmet Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies report that at 9 a. m. Friday, a man wore a motorcycle helmet and rode his red bicycle to rob a bank. Deputies said the man entered the TD Bank of 6167 Highway N wearing a fullface motorcycle helmet. He reportedly demanded cash from the teller, and climbed over the bank counter during the robbery. He left his red bicycle on the scene, and fled on foot. The suspect is described as a Black male, 25 to 30 years old, weighing about 215 pounds and having a stocky build Suspects Dressed As OHicers Anempt To Rob Jewelrv Store a Tampa Police are looking inside. Seconds later, police said Suarez knew they weren't real police. a: for a group of men who preLL tended to be officers and opened fire on a jewelry store owner Monday morning. Police said the men tried to roQ Marcelo's Jewelry Store on Columbus Drive around 8 a.m. Marcelo Suarez, the store owner, told police the trouble started when four men pulled up in a car with light bars on the dashboard, similar to a police cruiser. Assuming they were actual ly police, Suarez let them Suarez told police the men ordered him to put his hands up, and that's when he decid ed to run, and the suspects fired shots at him. Suarez fired back at them. Suarez told police he did not recognize the men, and thinks he may have shot one of them. Police are looking for four Hispanic males who took off in a blue or green Nissan Saturn. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scan St. The "'""9 of ala .... er ; an moortant dec-sen that sh'"'o be cased sole, -.po ad,etrsements Be'oc, o. dec de as' .s :o sed ,c. FREE:: ::en "1:i"''J: o a:o, qua ':a: :s ac exoe e:e Bank Robberv Suspect Sought This man is suspected of robbing a bank Friday. LAKELAND Lakeland Police report that a man who robbed a bank Friday is still being sought. The Bank of America at 2301 south Florida Avenue was robbed around 4 p. m., police said. The man suspected of robbing the bank didn't use a weapon. He left with money in a plastic gro cery bag. The suspect is described as a Black male, 6 feet tall. For The Third Time, An OHicer Kills A suspect CLEARWATERFor the third time In less than a week, a law enforcement officer in Central Florida has shot and killed a suspect. On Wednesday, two Clearwater officers were on patrol in the Palmetto Park Apartment Complex when they saw a possible wanted subject. When the officers tried to make contact with the sus pect, he fled. Officers chased him on foot through the apartment complex. During the chase, police said the suspect fired several shots at the officers. At least one officer returned fire, striking the suspect The suspect entered an apartment, where he barri caded himself inside. More officers responded and tried to make contact with the suspect. Officers took precautions before entering the apartment, and inside they found the suspect lying on the floor with a handgun near his hand. Paramedics were called, but he was pronounced dead. The suspect was later iden tified as 19-year-old Julius Richard Larrance. The incident is under investigation. Driver Gets 44 Years In DUI Deaths LARGO On Friday, Judge R. Timothy Peters sentenced Demetrius Jordan to 44 years in prison for a DUI crash that killed a family of four. On August 1, 2010, Jordan, reportedly drunk and high, was traveling 92 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. A vehicle carrying Elroy McConnell and his three adults sons entered the intersection at the exact same time as Jordan. The judge said McConnell and his sons died with no warn ing at all. Judge Peters then sentenced Jordan to what state guidelines recommended. DEMETRIUS JORDAN The impact crushed and killed McConnell, 51; Elroy, III, 28; Nathan, 24, and Kelly, 19. Jordan, 22, had no crimi nal background and no history of alcohol or drug abuse. Pursuit Ends In Crash, 4 Arrests ST.PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police report that a pursuit Monday was initiated after a citizen witnessed four men breaking into a residence in the 3600 block of 12th Street, North. The witness told police the men removed one or more flat screen televisions from the home to an awaiting car. The witness tried to follow the suspects in his car, but lost them. The witness was able to provide police a car description and tag number. Quade Evertt, 16, was identified as the driver of the car and was charged with fleeing and eluding, and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. Police said Evertt, along with Jatoney Robson, 18; Jacquez Lovette, 21, and Dawun Merriex, 17, will all be charged with burglary Teenagers Face Armed Burglarv Charges WINTER HAVEN -Winter Haven Police have arrested two teenagers for armed burglary after they allegedly broke into a home while the victim was inside. At 9:19 a. m., police said Juwann Vann, 15 and Nathaniel Murph, 15, knocked on the front door ofthehome .. Police said the victim was inside, but did not see any one when he looked outside. When it appeared there was nobody home, Vann and Murph reportedly jumped the fence and entered the garage. They broke open the door that enters into the home, and when the victim walked out of a different room, he saw the teenagers. At that point police said Vann and Murph dropped the items they had in their hands and fled. While officers were searching the area, two males matching the description given by the victim were seen riding bicycles in the area. The vic tim was able to positively identify the two as those who were inside the home. Vann and Murph were on probation when they committed the offense. MVann and Murph were charged with armed burglary and violation of probation. Both were taken to Bartow's Juvenile Assessment Center.

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Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Lola & Eve's Boutique located at 814 West Ohio Avenue, in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Tampa. Florida to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Tampa. Florida, this 27th day of July. 2012. Sole Owner(s) Sharae Hart Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Five And Two (5 8! 2) SQiuth:ml GrQyp (SG) located at 21 01 CQiewQQd .!.Jm.e, in the County of HillibQrQygh, in the City of DQver, FIQrida 33527-6361 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 27th day of July. 2012. Sole Owner( s) Berthony Napoleon INVITATION TO BID Kamminga & Roodvoets, Inc invites all Florida Department of Transportation Certified DBE Subcontractors and suppliers to bid on the following project: Taxiway B Extension at the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport, Bid No. 2223, Bid Date: August 10, 2012 at 2:00 P.M. The following scopes of work are being solicited : Asphalt, Barricades, Clearing & Grubbing, Erosion Control, Fencing Milling, Mobilization, Pipe (RCP) Signs, Sodding Staking & Survey, Striping, Taxiway Lighting, Taxiway Painting, Testing, Trucking & Hauling, and Video. The above list is only a partial breakdown of the scope of work available. Plans and Specifications are available for review in our office, 5219 Cone Rd., Tampa, FL 33610-5301, the City of Lakeland Purchasing Office, 1140 E. Parker Street, Lakeland, FL 33801 or at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport 3900 Don Emerson Drive, Suite 210, Lakeland, FL 33811 If you need assistance with the following items or anything else please give us a call at 813-623-3031: obtaining bonding, insurance or lines of credit, or evaluating plans Kamminga & Roodvoets, Inc. strongly encourages any DBE firm interested in quoting to contact our office. Submit your written proposal to Kamminga & Roodvoets, Inc no later than 24 hours prior to the bid date indicated above. Proposals may be provided via email (quotes@kandrincfl.com) or by fax (813-628-4490). The terms and conditions of this contract Include EEO obligations of Executive order 11246, as amended by the executive order 11375, and as specified In 49CFR Part 23. II -Teaching-Learning Center Coordinator (Job # 0182) Pnsco-Hemondo Community College (PHCQ is oppliartions hx o Teodtir.J -learning Cen1er Cooldinotor at the Brooks>.;lle For more inhxmotion visit our website at wv.w.phcc.edw'jobs. Applicotion dosing dote is 8/9/12. THE COllEGE I S CLOSED FRIDAYS THROUGH AUGUST 10. EOF/ADA Compliance MCA Need A Job? Become A Member First Register@ www.tvcmatrix.com/tellnotsell Then Call (813) 666-5JOB (813) 666-5562 The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Telemarketing Sales Must Have Great Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base High Pay-Outs Immediate Advancement Paid Training $24k$50k Start Immediately Call Basia McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 FOR RENT North Tampa 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Townhouse Large Fenced Yard Ceramic/Carpet No Pets, WDH, CHA Section 8 (813) 949-3482 Apartment 2 Bedroom/1 Bath .. _._ Home 4 Bedroorn/1 Bath CA/H, W/D Hook-up Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 453-0123 Job Opening Graphic Artist Must Be Proficient In Photoshop Freehand And Quark Must Apply In Person At The: Florida Sentinel Bulletin 2207 E. 21st Ave. Tampa, Fl 33605 r-0 ::rJ Wednesday & Thursday ONLY 8 a.m.-12 p.m. C/) m z No Phone Calls -4 z m r m c: r-r II II m FOR RENT ::1 z c: m r 1011 E. Bougainvillea Condo Available Now en 2/1 For The Price Of One ::r m 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths c Quiet Property Spac i ous, Secure m Beautiful Duplex < Tiled, Lots More m Fenced Yard ::rJ Must See Won't Last < Section 8 0 Deposit Section 8 OK -4 c: 139th Avenue Apartment m {813) 96Q-8490 C/) c (813) 264-9660 II HOMES FOR RENT II ,.. z c Ybor City Nice 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath c Apartment ulphur Springs Area II $700.00/Monthly Large 3 Bedroorn/2 Bath Plus Deposit Block Home Furnished Room Fenced, CHA With A/C And Cable $800.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 209-3289 (813) 503-5321 BLICATION DEADLINES Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday@ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1-20 Words And 60e For Each Additional Word Over 20 i This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad G') m ..... CD

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