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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area .2 L. c:c Q a: c SEE PAGE 3-A VOL 67 NO. 100 FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 2012 48 PAGES 75 Funeral Services for Popular Athlete Saturdav SEE PAGE 3-A Union Alleges HART Doesn't Protect Drivers SEE PAGE 3-8 former Educator, FirstladJ Dies SuddeniV SEE PAGE 9-A MIDDlRON HIGH ClASS OF 1912 AND 1913 HAVE 40th-YEAR REUNION With the onset of desegregation at the beginning of the 1971 7 2 school year in the Hillsborough County School District, those students who would have graduated as Tigers from Middleton High School in 19 7 2 and 1973 were denied that opportunity. The students were displaced throughout the county, but they maintained a friendship. The weekend of July 20-22 ,201 2 about 6 o of the former students, many from out of town, gathered at the Crown P laza Hotel in Saba) Park for their 40th-year reunion. There was a Meet and Greet on Friday, Games and Activities and Banquet on Saturday and Worship at New H ope on Sunday. Among those who assisted with details ofthe weekend included from left: Lionel Woodall, Cynthia Myles, Barbara Shazer, Belinda Roberts, Doretha Edgecomb (Banquet speaker), Albertine Parker, Carolyn Harris Jackson and Ronald Peterson. (Photograph by Frederick's Photography)


2 Features Cill Councillpproves senlement With Former Police Captain BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday during their regular City Council meeting, board members approved without discussion, the tentative settlement between a former Tampa Police Captain and the City of Tampa. The settlement brings to a close a lawsuit that has spanned 5 years. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said the City has agreed to pay former police Captain Marion Lewis $350,000. The presiding judge over the lawsuit must also approve the settlement. When contacted by the Sentinel, Lewis said, "Obviously, it has been a c long journey and I'm glad it that it has come to a conclu sion. It was a family deci Z sion." <( He further stated that three important issues have 5) been clarified by the lawsuit. W "The Courts have ruled that qualifying for an elec> tion by taking the Oath of a: w > w Q w :::r::: MARION LEWIS Fonner Captain with the Tampa Police Department Candidate is not an automatic resignation and that's why I was discharged. Secondly, the Courts showed in the case where the law is applicable, the remedy for the government to take is to remove the person from the ballot and not from his or her job. "This case has set precedent and the government must abide by the Court's decision in the future. If my journey has cleared the path so that no other government employee wanting to run for office has to experience the MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN trials and tribulations that I went through, then my jour ney was worth it. This was never about money, it was about principle." Lewis said he believes retirement should be a happy time and that was taken from him in the manner in which he left the Tampa Police Department. He said now that it is over, he can close this chap ter and move on to the next chapter in his life. He said he is grateful for the prayers and support he received during this journey. en :J m ::: a. z i= w ...J ...J ::: m ...J w z AUTO ICCIDENTiiEEERDL!IERIII i= z w en .<( Q a: 0 ...J u. <( I N w (!) FREE Professional Service News Alert: The Aorida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 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 Medical care Provided Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Accidents Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And More ... For Loss Wages And Medical Care "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B. Inc. In sane II School's Closure, omcials Pleased With Academic Results BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor What has been brewing for several weeks at A. T. Jones Math Science and Technology Academy, came to an end on Monday when the Hillsborough County School Board voted unanimously to take the school's charter. In spite of the revocation Bob Morrison, a member of the A. T. Jones Academy board, said, We were, as a board, pleased with the acade mic results of the scholars in 2 years. The K-2 students showed a 95% proficiency in the national standardized test, and the 3-4-5th grade schol ars exceeded the district and state statistics in 5 of 8 cate gories. This shows the educa tion model was working," he explained. The School District stated last week that the school was in trouble because of its lack to turn in monthly financial statements. Morrison said, business wise three things happened. t) The 2011 Legislature cut funding in K-12 by $500 per student, which meant the school received $100,000 less in revenue in year 2 than it did in year 1; 2) 3 key academic components were not considered part of the core curriculum they were elec tives -Mandarin Chinese, technology and physical edu cation daily. The salaries for 6 teachers for these courses went up to $22o,ooo. And 3), between October and February, the student count dropped from 230 to 200, mainly because parents were moving out of the area, out of state, or couldn't afford gas prices. By mid-March, the school was losing $22,000 per month, Morrison further explained. At that point the officials of the academy made 2 commit ments: 1) to make sure the current obligations were met and 2) not to open in 20122013 unless they raised the needed donations through their "Proposal For Support." "We've met most, if not all, of our current obligations. Because we've spent so much effort in closing out the cur rent year successfully, did not have the time to partake in the fundraising. "From a business standpoint, it would not be feasible to start another year. We want to assure our parents, teachers and staff that we would have the financial backing to complete the upcoming year." Morrison stated that the parents were upset with the school closing because they were pleased with the educa tional progress of their chil dren. 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrist .... Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop ForeclosuM & er.dltol's Harassment REAL I!STATE LAW FAMILY LAW Specializing In The Followng Areas: Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 &13 Child Support Probate & Wills Guardianship Personal Injury lmigration REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. F. K8ml Oguntebi Attorney At Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 (813) 264-8717 ... WIO ..... BARBARA 1. 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eatures Man Indicted For Tax Fraud And ldendtv Funeral services For A federal grand jury re turned an indictment charg ing Frederick R. Green, 33, of Naples, with making false claims against the gov ernment, fraudulently using access devices aggravated identity theft, fraudulently using fifteen or more access devices, and stealing govern ment property If convicted, Green who has also been arrested in Hillsborough County faces a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison for each of the five false claim charges. He faces up to ten years in federal prison for each of the charges of fraud ulently using access devises, as well as the theft of govern-FREDERICK GREEN ment property charge. For the aggravated iden tity theft charge, Green faces a mandatory penalty of two years in federal prison. The indictment also notifies Green that the United States intends to forfeit a Volvo and a Dodge Charger, which are alleged to be trace able to proceeds of the of fenses. According to the indict ment, from January 20, 2012 through July 12, 2012, Green knowingly prepared and filed five false income tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service seeking tax refunds. He also possessed fifteen or more unauthorized access devices. Green allegedly used one of the unauthorized access devices, a debit card, to obtain more than $1,000. Green allegedly obtained the debit card by unlawfully using the identification of another person. Voter Purged From Svstem Plans To Have Rights Restored NOTE: For the purpose of this article, the man in the arti cle will be referred to as "John." BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After his 181 h birthday, John became a registered voter and has voted through out the years without a prob lem. However, when he attempted to vote earlier this week, he learned that he had been purged from the sys tem. "The lady asked if I had ever been arrested and I told her about 25 years ago, he said. Today, John doesn't re member much about the in cident, other than it was a drug related charge. He never thought about the ar rest because it never came up. Now, John joins the thousands of people who must apply to have his rights restored. He was told that not only is he prohibited from voting, it will take five or six years to obtain clemency. "I voted for President Barack Obama in .2008, and I voted in 2010. So why is this just coming up now?," John wondered. In the 25 years since the arrest, John has never en countered a problem such as this. And, the fact that it will take so long to have his rights restored, is even more bothersome. However, John plans to go through the process and have his rights restored. He realizes the importance of casting his vote and will not be denied the right --no matter how long it takes. Qrim is flied Av-the hifflest taling fer legti aJily n elhiai sinJEr'd MrHn.l The h/ttniJ d ..,..Is., /trfiOit>'t deci!lon thst shodd nat be tMtld lfiCI" IJefcw )IOU dtlt:fde, 811clhe Alwyar to aend you ne wrflln ibn..,.., abcU f.r qullbfow and experience. Popular Athlete Saturdav g 0. J. MURDOCK 2/15/1987 -7/30/2012 Funeral services for a young athlete who died Monday, will be held on Saturday. The services will take place, at 2 p.m., at The Calvary Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church, 10930 N. U S. Highway, 301, in Thonotosassa. Pastor James Wolfe will officiate over services for Orenthal James (0. J.) Murdock. The 25-year-old Tampa native died of an apparent CJ) self-inflicted gunshot on Monday. After being lo-: cated in his car across from c .... the Middleton High School N football field, Murdock was transported to Tampa General Hospital. He was pronounced dead at 10:43 a.m. Murdock was a stand out athlete who excelled in football and track and field. He graduated from Middleton High School in 2005. At the time of his death, he was a member of the Tennessee Titans. He was the recipient of numerous awards and commendations. Murdock is survived by his parents Kelvin Mur dock and Jamesena Murdock; 1 brother, 2 sis ters, and numerous other family members, friends and teammates. The Murdock family 5 will receive friends from 7 ;;e S2 p.m., to 8 p.m., Friday, August 3rd, at the Church. f Wilson s Funeral Home is in charge of handling z arrangements. J!! m c: I= z Neighborhood Pools Not Accessible For the children of East Tampa, Cyrus Greene is the only community swimming pool in their immediate area available for use. City of Tampa spokesperson, Ali Glisson, said according to Parks and Recreation, the parking lot at Cyrus Greene is being resurfaced, but the pool is open. "As far as the pool at Williams Park is concerned, we hope to have it open for service by the summer of 2013. The pool at Cuscaden Park is still being evaluated to determine what work will be done. "We are doing our best not to deprive the children of using the pools, and we are redirecting them to other pools close to their neighborhoods." m m ::1: m c m m i ;.: l> z c ;a i ;.:


res OCCIPV Tampa Group To leave West Tampa Park Children's Board Approves Interim CEO B Y IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor and b enefi t s p acka g e for 2 6 weeks i n add i t ion t o any re m a in i n g vacatio n a n d sic k t ime s h e has accrued. B Y LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Six months ag o afte r being evic ted from parks and other areas around D ownt own Tampa, businessman Joe Redner gave the Occupy Tam p a Group permission to use the Voice of Freedom Park in West Tampa as a p l ace to put up their tents and launch their political rallies. I n k eeping with a pattern set several months ago, t he Board o f D irect o rs o f t he Hills boroug h County Children s Boar d vote d t o name an Interim CE O Former Tampa May o r Pam Iorio will fill the position for the next six months. In recent months, severa l board members h a d ca ll ed for Dr. Panacek, who has led the organization since 1997, to step down from the position that paid $171,000 per year Initially the group was well received by the residents and busines s owners in the area of Main Street and Albany Avenue, where the park is lo cated. The Occupy Tamp a Group has until' September 15th to vacate the Voice of Freedom Park. At the end of the meeting that las ted more than two hours, the board agreed to pay D r Luann e Panacek $28,ooo and $8,ooo in bene fits until her contact expires on October 1. She will serve in the capacity of a staff member. She will also receive a severance Ms. Iorio will receive $13,696 per month and $554 for any job related expenses per month. She will not have a benefits package. Ms. Iorio will extend her contract on a month-to-month basis if the board has not hired a permanent CEO at the end of her six-month contract. However, the agenda of the group was lost, no clear leader ever stepped forward, and business owners started com plaining that the occupancy of the group at the park had turned more into a homeless After receiving complaints from residents and business owners in the area, Old West Tampa Neighborhood Associ ation and Crime Watch presi dent, Mike Vannetta, circulated a petition that was submitted to the Tampa City Council last week, requesting the city take action to remove c a: camp. c z <( c en w :::J .... fj: w > w c w ::t: en :J m :::J Q. z Earll lid. IIIIIIS Jllllt2112 -nn Eltcdllln Be-Elect susan L Val-es 111 M. 2112 SCII11111aniSblc11 ftliiJ.,,.. .... ..,, ...... ..,,., ,,... ........ ..... ,,.et ... i= .......... .. __ L ____ ,_ ___ l ...J ...J :::J m ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J 'J:'M Florida SeatiDel Tbe Tampa B a y 1imll Tbe Tampa Tn"buae LaGaotta The Teamaten UDion Th e FratcDil of Polioe Natioaal WOIDIIl' l Politioal Weat Ceatra1 FL PBA Tampa Polioe PBA Tampa Fuefipten 754 HiDiboroup Coaaty Pirefipwn 2294 BETTY REED the group from the park. City Councilman Frank Reddick, who also opposed the group l iving in the park, requested the city Attorney look into the s ituation and see what the y could do to evict the group from what i s essentially private property. On Thursday, Redner ad dressed the Council and an nounced that he had received the complaints from the city and had gone by the park to see for himself what was going on. 2112 CIIMltflr-a c.rSCIIIII._. lillrittl-CII .... hi-Pirlilll FidelitY. aravan ADd lnt eumv """""' to lflb lltlmplct to 21..,.110t 21 YlaiS" Camlllilllssues ................. IMilgllAIIidM,""*'-illlll ... I dec i ded that I woul d give the group until Septem ber 15th t o vacate the park. They have no contract or l ease, so I w on't have a p ro b lem getting them to l eave. ..... Gn!Mtill ................... l'lrlll ... Aft e r t hey're g o ne, I wil l have the park no t just re stored, but m a d e even better." ..................... 2116c.nc.t.T .... ............. ... r..-. &tillllllllllllt ... l fWIIt BY THE FlORIDA SEIITIIIEl BUllOIN ---------lucas has proven h i mself on the bench ......... and hard-working Judge Henry G yden, Esq. (past president of the George EdgeComb Bar Association) Endo---Recom TAMPA BAY, LAGACETA TAMPA POLICE B ENEVOLENT ASSOCIA WEST CENTRAL FLORIDA PBA I HIS EARNED Hill PRIIS ,. ... ,._ Paid political advert15in& approved 1.\lCaS for County Court Gl-oup n 'T'


POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodica l Postage Pa id At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-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.()0.6 Months Both Editions: $87.DO-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of thla ,_.paper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not neceasar ily reflect the editorial &lance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher I John And Grace Clark: Osiris And Isis I A legend is born and will continue. Generations will remind themselves about the love story of John and Grace Clark, husband and wife, who did what only MGM or 20th Century Fox could have portrayed. With starry eyes and trembling voices, people will retell how a husband would sit by his wife's deathbed, holding her hand and repeating the words, "Grace, I love you; Grace, I love you." Then sixteen hours after his death, his beloved wife followed him into the shadows of the hereafter. Such loyalty and love beyond the grave reminds us of another couple, Greek poet, Orpheus who would brave the perils of Hades to find his true love, Eurydice (pronounced "you-riddi-see") and bring her back to the realm of the liv ing. No John Clark would not presume to do as Orpheus supposedly had done. But the power of his is inspiring. It reminds us of another husband and wife shrouded in myth: Osiris and Isis. They were the god-king and queen of ancient Egypt. In all things progressive and humane, Osiris and Isis were hailed as the ultimate positive symbol. As such, they remind us of John and Grace Clark. Life-members of Allen Temple AME Church, founding members of the Belmont Heights/Jackson Heights Civic Association, co-founderS of the Doug Williams Fan Club, both educators, community activists, loyal Americans, and freespirited human beings who lived outside the realm of an often racist and insensitive society, the Clarks did, indeed, embody Osiris and Isis, not only in labor, but in loyalty. We send our condolences to the family. But we promise one thing: Their legacy of love, labor, and loyalty shall never die. It shall be our legend, our myth, and we shall teach our children to sing the love-song of John and Grace Clark. I'Free Stuff And 'Corporate wenare' I A nd he had the nerve to say under his breath, "If they want free stuff, they should vote for the other guy." Mitt Romney said that, after being roughed up a bit by a not-so-convivial NAACP audience, a while ago. But the next time you hear a politician talk about people wanting "Free Stuff," ask them, "By the way, are you referring to the $160 billion welfare and "free stuff" American businesses and corporations are presently getting from the government? Or if with the term "free stuff," you were mistakenly referring to Black Americans, are you aware that Black people in the United States of America only make up 33 percent of Americans who receive so-called "Free Stuff," better known as "Welfare?" Also, instance, did you know that in the 1940s, America's tax revenues were equally distributed between individuals aild Regardless of the fact, we were in the midst of a world war, 70 years later, the federal tax code has changed to the point that government subsidies and tax benefits for businesses have-reduced tax revenue from them by 50 percent. Between 1990 and 1994, eight major companies received more than $290 million in federal tax breaks and subsidies while laying off nearly 360,000 employees. They who have pennies get "Free Stuff." Americans, please wake up! I don't like talking about the subject of suicide, mainly because it usually never comes up until someone takes his or her own life. Un fortunately, today is an ex ample of one of those days. Monday night it was re ported nationally that Ten nessee Titan running back 0. J. Murdock allegedly killed himself outside of his former high school in Tampa The news had me frozen in front of the television because, after his name registered with me, I realized that I knew this kid. I first met him 11 years ago when he was a 14-year old track and field phenome non. At the time, Murdock was considered one of the fastest athletes at his age in Hillsborough County. He was preparing for a state competition when his coach brought him by the Sentinel office where I did a feature story on him Even back then, I could tell that he was something special. The first thing that I noticed was his neck. It was abnormally thick for a per son so young. It was obvious that as he matured and filled out his frame, he was going to be a problem for whatever sport he chose. During the interview, I remember asking him his ul timate goal in life. Without hesitation, he said he wanted to be a professional football player. I teased him about having to live up to another famous 0. J. if he decided to follow that path. In a response typi cal of a cocky teen, he shrugged his shoulders at the suggestion of possible pres sure. It was as if any poten tial future comparisons to an NFL legend was no big deal. That was the 0. J. Murdock I fondly remember meeting a young man who exuded quiet strength and confidence. It is always a surprising and sad occasion when a young person chooses death over life. But, it becomes out right perplexing when that same person, by all appear ances, reached a personal level of success. 0. J. made it He fulfilled his childhood dream. A feat many of us aren t able to claim. And yet, there was something in his life so dis tressing to him that he felt his only chance at relief in volved stopping his own heartbeat. The worse part of this kind of occurrence is that there is always a group of devastated people left to pick up the pieces. Loved ones who will forever wonder why it had to happen, and who will never stop asking them selves if there was anything they could done to make a difference? I don't know how many times it can be said that death is a permanent solu tion for a problem that only lasts temporarily. But, it's obvious that too many people aren't getting the message. 0. J. Murdock became just the latest casualty of an ongoing war human beings ., continue to have with their 5 own minds. And at this :lJ point, it really doesn't matter what drove him over the edge, because the unsettling truth is that, had he held on a little while longer, he would have been able to realize that c )> (h m z :::j z m r whatever was bothering him was just something else deJ= serving of nothing more than m a shoulder shrug .... Not a v ery big deal at all. Anyone wanting to con; tact Clarence Barr can r reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. m Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On < Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publish-t c: m ing Company. (h c I i tn; 0 6(18 iu I itS I !i ntn; ro I :I1Ei I! I il{&1l 111 iitS iii (}1 U. S. SENATOR SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 1 Bill Nelson Susan Valdes STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST. 61 Betty Reed STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST. 63 No Recommendation SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS Thomas Scott CQUNJY COMMISSIONER DIST. 2 Victor Crist CIRCUIT JUDGE GROUP 14 Mark Wolfe COUNTCOURTJUDGEGROUP3 AnnOber COUNJYCOURTJUDGEGROUP4 Barbara Twine COUNTY 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 COMMITfEEMEN PRECINCT 209 Howard Harris, Jr. PRECINCT 633 William McBride, Jr. PRECINCT 325 Molbert Scrivens PRECINCT 651 No Recommendation )> z c ., c C) m I Y'


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Local New Transitional Home oners Judge Dismisses Jurv In ; Help For Recovering Addicts oontae Morris Murder Trial BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Pastor Cornelius Hamilton has been active in the community for more than two decades. Through his business Big Bru's Barbecue h e' s branched out to be an instrumental p art of helping those who can' t h e lp the m selves. On A u g u s t 1 5th, Pastor Hamilton will o pen t h e Prosperity Home O f H OP E (Helping Others Prosper Effectively) in Tampa Heights. The home located at 2051/2 West Frances, will be a facility for men wi t h s ubstance ab u se pro b lems. "I will h ave a 9 t o 12 m o n t h progra m that w ill be com pletely fai th-based and serve 8 men at a time. It will be a residential facility, so they will be able to stay on the premises. I thank Thou Will Be Done Ministries, and my own busi ness for making this possible, because this has been a dream of mine for two years. I was waiting on God's time to make sure this would This new transitional home, "Prosperity Home Of Hope," will open on August 15th. work. Pastor Hamilton said he' s still working with the food pantry at The Walk Church, and on August sth, he will be giving away free food from 12 p. m. until 2 p. m. on a first come, first served basis. "I am committed to serving my community, and helping to fulfill the needs of the peo ple," said Pastor Hamilton. I'm still feeding the homeless at the Salvation Army every Sunday beginning at s p. m., and I welcome any and all volunteers." For more information about the transitional house, contact Pastor Hamilton at (813) 965-7796, or Michael and Patricia Kayser at (813) 713-5032, or (813) 713-9397 Mrs. Yulee has served as an Assistant Public Defender and as an Assistant State Attorney, and now as a Criminal Defense Attorney. Mrs. Yulee has dedicated the majority of her career serving as a public servant. With 21 years of experience she has implemented the Principles, Competence, Equality and Justice. Her passion for justice reflects itself in her philosophy that all people regardless of race, religion, or socioeconomic background shou l d be treated with fa i rness and equal i ty If elected Mrs. Yul ee will bring her exper i ence and her passion for j ustice to the j udic i a l seat. 'V CREDENTIALS: Strong Family Values Experience as a Private Attorney Former Assistant State Attorney Former Assistant Pulic Defender DONTAE MORRIS Facing 5 murder charges BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last M on day, jury se l e ct ion b egan i n the first of four mur der cases filed again s t Dontae Morris. However, t h e j u dge sen t t h e j u ry home a fter it became known that s o me prospec tive j ur ors were discussi ng other crimes Morris, 2 6 is acc used of c om m itt i ng. Morris is charge d with killing Rodney Jones, 41, during an attempted robbery outside of the Cotton Club in West Tampa on May 31, 2010. Mark Cox, spokesman for the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office said, "Judge William Fuente dismissed the prospective jurors. He will reconvene on August 20th, to discuss the direction we go from here." Police said Jones was shot during an attempted robbery. RODNEY JONES ... Killed outside of Cotton Club on May 31, 2010 Jones' murder was the last murde r charge filed against Morris in January 2011. Morris is a l so facin g mur der trial s i n the d e a t h s of Derek Anderson, 21, kill ed on May 18, 2 010 ; Harold Wright, 25, kille d on June 8; and Tam p a Poli ce O fficers David Curtis, 31, and Jeffery Kocab, 31, who wer e b oth killed on June 2 9 2 0 1 0 Co) N C) .... N during a traffic stop. When the court conv e n es on 5 August 20th, Judge Fuente :tJ has the option of attempting 0 to empanel another jury from )> Hillsborough County; sequester a Hillsborough Z County jury; empanel a jury ::::1 from another county and sequester them for the durar tion of the trial, or change the venue of the trial. r Nearly 200 people had been r called to serve jury duty in connection with the case. Z "'0 c: m r c;; ::t m 0 The Only Judicial Candidate For County Court Judge, Group 4 Who Has Served As A Public Servant On Both Sides Of The Bench As An Assistant Public Defender And As An Assistant State Attorney. Our Communmty Needs A Judge That Wtf! L1sten And Focus On The Evidence My Vote Is For Lane/1 W1iltamsYulee -Candy Lowe Owner Of Candy Lowe Tea Ttrne & Economtc Empowerment Leaoer Former Assistant Attorney General Lane/! WtiltamsYulee ts the best fit for Countv Court Judge Group 4 the peop!es codrt -Jdrt'1S K E'-APW) Entre teneur Community Oraan1 zer Active In Community Organizations Wife of a Law Enforcement Officer, Who Is Also A U.S. Army Veteran FoR RIDES To PoLLS 813-394-6363 "The Only Endorsement I Need Is The Endorsement Of The People" www. yulee4countycourtjudge .com Politica l advert i seme nt paid for and approved by Lane II WiliamsYulee for County Court Judge Group 4 Non-Partisan


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Local Former Educator And Church First ladv Dies Suddenlv C) Ms. Altamese Saunders passed away on July 26th two days after attend ing a concert with her family in Clearwater. She was 83. Her daughter, Karen Saunders, said her mother's death came as a shock to the entire family, because her doctor had just given her a "clean bill of health" on July 19th during a visit. "She was already plan ning her 84th birthday in Oc tober, because she knew it was a big event the entire family looked forward to," said Karen. Affectionately called "Gramms" by family mem bers, Ms. Saunders was a lifelong resident of Tampa. She was educated in the Hillsborough County School System, first at Helping Hand Day Nursery, then at MS. ALTAMF.SE SAUNDERS Harlem Academy, where her mother was a classroom teacher, and her grandmother, Christine A. Meacham (the elementary school was named in her honor), was principal. Ms. Saunders was Salu tatorian of the Middleton High School Class of 1946, and she always looked for ward to meeting with some Ta01pa Delegates Hold onices With Nadonal BapUstDeacons'Convendon BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The Tampa delegation to the National Baptist Deacons Convention has been an ac tive group since they joined several years ago. They've even hosted the event in Tampa. A number of the members are active members at New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church and many hold offices in the National Convention. The most recent conven tion of more than 1,400 con cluded July 20, 2012 in Norfolk, VA. Among the officers elected from New Mt. Zion were: Deacon Clarence Fort, who is head of the Florida Delegation was elected Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee; Deacon David Lewis, Chairman, Site Selection and Meeting Planning Committee, Deacon John Lovett, Work shop Instructor; Deacon Tommy Robinson, Sr., Assistant Financial Secretary; Deaconess Geraldine Twine, 6th Vice President of the Women's Auxiliary. Deaconess Twine, Ad vanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP), is also head of the Health Ministry, and she heads Florida s Women's Delegation. Patricia Williams is Florida's Youth Director. As chair of the Ways and Means Committee, Fort said his focus will be fundraising, which he already does. He chairs the States Rally, where DEACON CLARENCE FORT a king and queen is selected from each of the participating states. This year Florida took 2nd place behind Washing ton, D. C. Locally, the delegation has contributed more than $20,000 to charities. Each year, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Fund and Abe Brown Ministries are recipients of donations. "New Mt. Zion has brought home 10 of 11 first place winners ct.mong 12 states in the Oratorical Con test. That's a tribute to our Saving Our Children Pro gram," he said. "This year 4 states asked we would share with them our program so that they may institute it. "This year we are reaching out to the residents in Central Court Apartments in hopes that they will take part in our program," Fort concluded. of her classmates, such as Alice Wade, Peggy Jo Jones, Harry Morris, James Hammond, and Ernest Calhoun. Ms. Saunders received her B. A. degree in English Education from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical Col lege in 1950. While at FAMC, she was initiated into the Beta Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She was a stalwart Diamond Life member of the Sorority with 64 years of continuous service. Upon returning to Tampa, Ms. Saunders taught in Plant City, and re ceived tenure at what was then College Hill (now J.W. LOckhart) Elementary. She retired form Robert E Lee 3BIS>N.29th St.J Tampa,. Fl33610 813.2:4$.6600 II www.fbcch.otg Dr. S. B .utrQf4, St. Elementary with 38 years of C: CJ) service. -4 Ms. Saunders married _w Jasper Saunders in 1952, and the couple remained .... N husband and wife for 53-1/2 years. Rev. Saunders passed away in 2005. Ms. Saunders is the mother of 3 daughters and one son, and has 6 grandchil dren. r-0 ::0 6 > CJ) m z -4 z m r-ID c: rr-!!l z m < m -4 c: m CJ) 0 > z 0 ., :!:! 0 C) m cp >


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I Entrepreneur Ofters Alternative Christian Entenainment College. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Alternative Christian Entertainment (TACE) organization has offered a dif ferent atmosphere to Christians has been in exis tence since 2010. The organ ization targets a segment of the population, but others are welcome. Greg Brown, founder of TACE, said the organization is not limited to just Chris tians, but "For people who want to socialize, but who don't like the bar scene. "It's an alternative to what's out there for Chris tians, which is nothing, re ally." Brown said the organiza tion doesn't have a permanent home yet, but has recently been meeting at the Tampa Club 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., on the 42nd Floor. It typically meets on the first Friday of the month. On Saturday, August nth, at 6 p.m., Brown and mem bers of TACE will sponsor "An Evening With Kim Burrell." The concert will take place at the Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Avenue. He stated that by spon soring gospel concerts, it of fers an alternative to the club scene to Christians as well as members of the general com-GREG BROWN ... Founder ofT ACE munity. Brown said TACE gener ally targets the 18 to 35 age group. However, older people in the age range of 65 to 70, have come out to enjoy them selves. The attendees have also come from surrounding counties as well. Brown said he initially had a vision to create the or ganization during a business class. "We were talking about ideas and I had a vision of bringing something unique to Tampa. Others have tried it in the past, but were unsuc cessful. "It started out as a "First Friday" type of venue with about 30 people. God gave me a vision and He has cer tainly provided." TACE combines faith with entertainment, music, the arts, social, and professional Health Department ODicial Reacts To Stolen Patient Information BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Hillsborough County Health Department recently changed the way methods are printed. The purpose of the change follows on the heels of a breach of security. Steve Huard, Public In formation Officer for the Hills borough County Health Department said, the informa tion was removed from the fa cility on or about February 15, 2012, by an employee. However, the department became aware of the potential breach on May 25, 2012. Huard said a small police de partment in Georgia made a traffic stop and arrested a cou ple in the vehicle. As the offi cers searched the car, they discovered the illegally ob tained documents. He declined to provide the names of the in dividual suspect because the case was forwarded to a federal law enforcement agency for in ves tigation. However, he did say the employee was dismissed Huard said once the de partment was notified, the 311 individuals whose information may have been compromised were immediately contacted. He stated that although no financial information was taken, information such as the person's full name, date of birth, social security number, and patient identification num ber were included in the print out. In addition to letters, the individuals were also offered a year of credit monitoring for those affected. Huard said this is the first time, since he became an em ployee that something of this nature has happened. He further said that preventative measures. The employees can no longer print out the person s personal information. "They can print about as much information that goes on a mailing label, which is very general, such as the name and address of the person. Huard said the State of Florida, the Florida Depart ment of Health, and the Hills borough County Health Department are fully commit ted to safeguarding all confi dential information. networking. Brown has already began the next phase of plan ning. In March 2013, TACE will host its First Gospel Music Festival at the Curtis Hixon Park in downtown Tampa. A native of Fort Laud erdale, Brown moved to Tampa in 2001 to attend the University of South Florida He graduated with a Master's Degree in Civil Engineering. Brown currently teaches at Hillsborough Community A member of Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church, Brown is single and the father of 1 daughter. He g enjoys spending time with his N family, outdoor activities and working out. 'TI r-0 lJ 6 ,.. en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: rr m :::! z m < m -1 c: m en c ,.. z c 'TI lJ 6 SATURDAY AUGUST 18TH AT 6PM Gs Place --A'.:I ..... St. FL 33609


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c a: LL c z c( c en w w > w c w ::1: en :::::; ID 11. z i= w ..J ..J ID MOTHERGWRIA J.TAYLOR Mother Gloria J. Taylor passed away on Sunday, July 29,2012. The homegoing service will be held Saturday, August 4 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Salem Primitive Baptis t Church, 1605 Nebraska Av enue, with Elder Theodis Lane, pastor, officiat ing. Interment will be in Or ange Hill Cemetery. Mother Gloria was born in Tampa, on October 7, 1948, to John Wesley and Emily Townes Marshall. Mother Taylor believed and trusted in the Lord as her only savior. She was a member of the Greater New Salem Primi tive Baptist Church. Gloria attended schools within Hillsborough County (Harlem Elementary, Booker T. Washington Jr. High and Middleton High School). She al8o attended Saint Petersburg She retired from Verizon ()ommunications after 35 Ye&l'!l as a Central Office Equipment Technician. Gloria was an active politi cal advocate throughout Tampa Bay community for many years, participating in the Local, State and Federal Campaigns. She served as president of Northview Hills Civic Association and was rec ognized by the former Mayor of Tampa-Sandy Freedman, regarding her outstanding work within the community. Gloria became affiliated with the Lupus Alliance and served as a team captain for the annual lupus walks. ..J Before her health began to W fail she was very active with Z the Middleton Alumni group i= and the Middleton Family and ffi Friends Alumni Choir. As en owner/operator of Glotay c( Desktop Publishing, her creC ations included church proa: grams, brochures, letters, 0 business cards and wedding ..J invitations. LL Gloria had an awesome c( I co T"" spirit and the ability to reach many people through her love and laughter. Her beautiful smile was a glitter of light and a ray of sunshine that repre sented God' s care for mankind. She touched the lives of many people with her smile and generosity, exhibiting the love of God. She was a true computer techie and gadget queen! d ed f I .. 2708 E. D r M artin luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, F l3361 o II (813) 232-8725 '" (813)231-0521 w Let Our Family Take Care Of Your Family. (!) we Are The Key To A Mother Gloria was pre ceded in death by: her parents, John and Emily Marshall; pa ternal grandparents, Willie and Eliza Marshall; maternal grandparents, Willie and Mat tie Townes; aunts, Mattie Pon der and Willie Bea Ford; and nephew, Arimus Hall. She leaves to mourn: a lov ing devoted son, Dwayne Charles Taylor; daughter, Sonia Lashaune Taylor; grand children, Dwauna Lashawn Taylor (Darren), Terrance D. Small (Shacora), Dwayne Charles Taylor, II, Kenesha Denay Taylor, Bryan Taylor, Shaniya Lashawn Taylor, Daisha Lashawn Taylor and Nakayla Lashawn Taylor; great grandchildren, Da'Nyra Lashay Heyward, Terrance D. Jr., Tramaine, Taliyah and Johnathan Small; sisters, Brenda Marshall (Willie), Linda Spearman (Colonel Richard), Tallahassee, FL, and Johnnye Hall (Kaman), Vista, CA ; niece, Karis Spearman of Woodbridge, VA ; nephews, Demetrius Marshall (An dresea), Richard Spearman, III; great nephews, Demetrius, Jr., Donavann and Anderson Marshall, and Adonis Hall; great niece, Analiesa Marshall; cousins, Luther Wynn, Inez Fordham, Ola Lee Morrow and Bobbie Nell Smith, Tifton, GA; special friends, Jeanette Dixon, Gwendolyn Webster, Lillian Hobbs and Geraldine Christopher; and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, August 3, 2012, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a.m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOZELLA WALKER We love and miss you. Your children and family. ATIY. GEORGE W. BUTLER., JR. December 29, 1944 -August 8, 2001 We are still missing you after 11 years. Love: wife, Gwen Wanda Butler; Kasongo and grands. MR. AREALIOUS COPELAND, SR. The homegoing service for Mr. Arealious Copeland, Sr. will be held Saturday, August 4 2012, at 11 a. m. at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 E. Chipco, Tampa, 33605, Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, pastor, officiating. Mr. Arealious Copeland, Sr. was born January 31, 1947, in Leon County, Tallahassee, F L. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Alfred and Mamie Edward Copeland; and five siblings, John Copeland, Leroy Copeland, Ervine Copeland Davis, Audrey Copeland Floyd and James Monroe, Sr. Arealious or Buddy to friends and Pop to his family, grew up in Leon ()ounty, Tallahassee. As an adult, he relocated to the St. Petersburg/Tampa Bay area. Arealious was a faithful, dedicated member of St. John Progressive M. B. Church. He was also an avid, dedicated automotive mechanic. Arealious was a lifetime member of the Order of the n lustrious Renford P. Brown Grand Lodge of the Interna tional Free Accepted Modern Masons. He was a Worshipful Master of St. Joseph's #196 Shriner 32od Degree Mason. Cherished and fond memo ries are left in the hearts of: his wife, Mercedes Hayes Copeland; sons, Arealious ()opeland; Jr. and wife, Leslie, Reginald Lynch, Eric Hayes and wife, Rosa, Vadry Hayes and wife, Monica, and Charles Hayes; daughter, Valena Williams and husband, lloyd; grandchildren, Demario Copeland, Kiere Copeland, Vadry Copeland, Arealious E. Copeland, Amirah C. Copeland, Javier Oliver, Kenyanna Oliver, Brandon Hayes, Kennedy Hayes, Chris tain Hayes, Arlenis Peralta, Domonique Hayes, Vanessa Hayes and Lott'e McCleary; great grandchildren, McKen zie Oliver, Makhloe Oliver and Kaiden Oliver; brother, Bur dine Copeland, Sacramento, CA ; sisters, Mae Alice Williams, Connie Copeland and Leola Copeland, all of Tal lahassee, FL, Jennifer Rucker and Terrell; mother of Are alious Copeland, Jr. and Regi nald Lynch, Yvonne Simon; along with numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives and loving friends. The viewing will be held at Gudes Funeral Home, 4050 E. Hillsborough Avenue, Tampa, 33610. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday at 10:45 a. m. for the service. GUDES FUNERAL HOME A TEMPLE OF SERVICE" www.gudesfuneralltome.net MR. JAVON 1Y-QUAN 'JAY-JAY' NEAL Celebration of life service for Mr. Javon Ty-Quan "Jay Jay" Neal, who passed away July 22, 2012, at age 16, will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 1 p. m. at True Holiness Church, 3800 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, 33603, Bishop Alto Blanding, pastor, officiat ing pastor, Gregory T. Hill. Javon was born in Tampa, and attended Hillsborough County Public Schools. He leaves behind: his mother, Ms. Kethessa For doms; father, Michael Lovett; brother, Kemon Ford; a loving grandmother, Ms. Vivian Pre ston; grandfather, Mr. Earl Lovett; and a host of uncles, aunts, cousins, family and friends, to cherish his fond memories. Visitation for Mr. Javon Ty Quan "Jay-Jay" Neal will take place Friday, August 3, 2012, from s-7 p. m. at St. James House Of Prayer, 2708 N. Cen tral Ave., Tampa, 336o2. The repast will be held at the church. GUDES FUNERAL HOME "A TEMPLE OF SERVICE" www.gudesfuneralhome.net MS. ORA LEE PERRY Homegoing celebration for Ms. Ora Lee Perry, who passed away July 24, 2012, will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, from 10 a. m. at Abundant Life En richment Church, 4701 E. Hanna Ave., Tampa, 33610, Pastor Ruby N. Baker, officiat-MS. ORA LEE PERRY ing. Interment will follow at Rose Hill Memorial Cemetery. Ms. Ora Lee Perry was born on July 24, 1944, in Ocilla, GA, to Solomon Brown, Sr. and Ora Lee Brown-Mack. She has resided in Tampa for well over 60 years. She was preceded in death by: her father, Solomon Brown, Sr.; her daughter, Deb orah Perry; son, Willy Thorn ton, Ill; grandson, Willy Thornton, IV; sister, Jessie Mae Jones; and brothers, Archie Brown and Alfonso Brown. She leaves to cherish her memory: her mother, Ora Lee Brown-Mack; 2 daughters, Sopbina Perry and Glenda Perry; son, Marlon Perry and fiancee, Tamara; four sisters, Arleather Perry and husband, Claxton, ()ora Mae Brown and fiance, Tony, Alma Jones and husband, Bobby, and Elder Perry Dixon and husband, John; three brothers, Solomon Brown, Jr. and wife, Elaine, Samson Brown and wife, Debra and Otis Lane; fifteen grandchildren and 7 great grandcblldren; a host of nieces and nephews; and a special niece, Rotonda Walton. The viewing will be held on Friday, August 3, 2012, fi:om s-8 p. m. at Gudes Funeral Home, 4050 E. Hillsborough Avenue. Fantily and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday at 9:45 a. m. GUDES FUNERAL HOME "A TEMPLE OF SERVICE" www.gudesfuneralhome.net BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM LATANZA WILUAMS STATEN Sunrise: 8-5-1970 Sunset: 6-12-2004 Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. Our spirit is a covenant of peace that keeps you with us at all times. Happy birthday, missing you like crazy and loving you always. Your mother; your kids, Micqerra, Ebony and Tequila; your sisters, Pebbles, MeMe, Che-Cbe, Tedrian, Julia, Dina and Ronie; n ephews, Tavaris, Twan, Lil Reggie; nieces, Sbani.cee, Quan, Poochie and Asia; brother, Manuel and Lil Robert; dad, Rudy (Diane); your grandkids, Zi'aire, Balark and Miss Suntmah Bow ers; nieces, Tootie, 14, N yliah and Bug; nephews, Homer and Max; and your entire family.


, emonams MRS. MATIIE MAE PARKER Memorial services for Mrs. Mattie Mae Parker will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, with a local minister, officiating. Inter ment will follow. Mrs. Mattie Parker was born April 2, 1956, in Tampa. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. Mrs. Parker was preceded in death by: her parents, Mr. Charlie Godfrey and Mrs. Annie W. Godfrey; brothers, Walter Canedy, Lester Fuse and Charles Godfrey; and sis ter-in-law, Lois B. Hardy. She leaves to mourn her passing: nieces, Mrs. Evelyn Herring, Denise Derisseau, Katina Herring, Rylisha Hicks, Charmaine Godfrey, Remisia Godfrey and Ashley Godfrey; nephews, Walter Joiner, Emanuel Charles Godfrey, Jr., and Rashad God frey; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Terri Stone and Mrs. Janis Fuse; goddaughter, Kenya Williams; along with a host of other sor rowing family and friends. Friends attending the me morial service are asked to as semble at the chapel at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ELDER OLLIE MILlS Augusttst Gone, but never forgotten. The peace of God will guard our nearts and minds through Jesus Christ. The Mills family. MOTHER ADDIE MAE CONAGE SAILOR Homegoing services for Mother Addie Mae Conage Sailor, who passed away on July 27, 2012, will be held Sat urday, August 4, 2012, at 1 p. m. at Northside Missionary Baptist Church, 5706 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, Rev. Ri cardo Robinson, pastor, offici ating. Mother Addie Mae Sailor was a native of Meigs, Georgia, where she grew up and was a member of the Morning Star Baptist Church under the lead ership of Pastor R. B. Smith. After moving to Tampa Mother Sailor became a mem ber of Northside Missionary Baptist Church, and as one of the oldest members, was faith ful, under the Bible teaching of Rev. Jacob Jordan, pastor emeritus, and Pastor Ricardo Robinson. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Mr. W"tley Conage and Mrs. Hattie Mitchell Edwards; husbands, Mr. John D. Mansfield and Mr. Elijah Sailor; and daughters, Ophelia Mansfield, Martha Mansfield and Doris Mansfield Edwards. She leaves to cherish her memory: chlldren, Willie Mansfield (Willadean), Emily Mansfield Johnson, Lucille Mansfield, Alford Sailor, Myr tice Jefferson, Mary Louise, Debbie Kay, and Gail Sailor; goddaughter, Yvette Longstreet; sisters, Trudy Willis and Mattie Tillman (Joseph); sister-in-law, Elise Knight; son-in-law, John Harper; a host of nieces, nephews cousins; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Wake services for Mother Addie Mae Sailor will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at the church. Friends attending the home going service are asked to as semble at 12:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL MRS. JANET SMITH Mrs. Janet Smith was born at April 7, 1947 and passed away on July 25, 2012. Funeral services for Mrs. Smith, also affectionately known by her loved ones as Nana, will be held on Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Highland Avenue Church Of Christ, Brother Darryl Beasley, officiating. Interment will fol low in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Smith was a native of New York and a resident of Tampa for many years. She was retired from nursing. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Georgia Mae Haynes and James Singleton; and 2 sisters, Mildred Single ton and Nora Green. She leaves to cherish her memory: daughter, Brenda Chapman; sons, Robert Bo stick (Judy), Just B. Self (Queen) of Jacksonville, Eric Smith (Rowena) of Ft. Wayne, IN, and Stephen Smith of Tampa; siblings, Mary Frances Russell, James Singleton, Clif ford Singleton, and Jerome Singleton (Sandra), all of Tampa; beloved niece, Connie Johnson; 16 grandchildren, Willie Daniels, Tameisha Whitehurst, Rodney Bostick, Sharmar Bostick, Katlin Bo stick, Just True, Shamar Gilyard, Equan Smith, James Smith, Desiree Smith, Destiny Smith, Josh Smith, Steven Smith, Jr. and Sierra McCall; 6 great grands; sister, Mary Frances Russell; 3 brothers, James Singleton, Clifford Sin gleton and Jerome Singleton; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Visitation for Mrs. Janet Smith will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Har mon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the home going service are asked to as semble at 1:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL JUSTA WORD OF THANKS CORA LEE MARSHALL Deacon Tom Marshall and family would love to thank the many friends and loved ones that were very support ive in the time of Cora's sick ness and her passing. Thank you very much and we love you. Tom D. Marshall. MR. JOSEPH LEROY WALLACE Mr. Joseph Leroy Wallace was born on November 23, 1963 and passed away July 23, 2012. Funeral service will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Springhill Church Of God And Christ, 4208 N. 30th Street, with Pastor William Gaylord, and minister, Elder Eugene Gerald Green, eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery. Joseph was educated in the Hillsborough High School Sys tem. He attended First Baptist Church of College Hill. He held employment at: Jai Alai, Manna House, National Fisheries, Tampa Farmers Market, and he was a Produce Business Owner. He was preceded in death by a brother, Willie Gregory Wal lace. Joseph leaves to cherish memories with: his loving mother, Juanita Wallace and stepfather Artchester Wallace of Tampa; 3 daughters, Savan nah Wallace-Poole (husband, Dionte), Jo'kera Rosaline Wal lace and Tanisha Jomek8 Wal lace (Tampa); 6 stepchildren, Renita Yates, Kadijah Grace, Juwan Sealy, Jermarris Grier, Quinton and Laron Miley, Jr. (Tampa); sister, Charlotte Ce celia Wallace (Tampa); brother, A-Stephen Newsome (Williamsport, Maryland); stepsister, Shasta Newsome (Tampa); stepbrother, Noah Newsome (Tampa); grand mother, Julie Mae Butler (Tampa); uncle, Elder Gerald Eugene Green (Tampa); 4 aunts, Geraldine Green, Janiece Golden and Julzell Butler (Tampa), and Doris Humphrey (Atlanta, Georgia); great uncle, Ernest Hall and family (Tampa); great aunt, Mary Agee and family (Jack sonville, FL); 4 nieces: Zuri, Perstephanie, Chantel and Vonita Wallace (Tampa); 5 nephews, Charles and Charleston Wallace and Artch ester Newsome (Tampa) and Mark and Phillip Newsome (Williamsport, Maryland); 3 grandchildren, Dionte, Jr., D'vonte and Diondria Poole (Tampa); 4 great nieces, Jame sha, Markeia, Octavia and He lena; 4 great nephews, Octavian, Charles, Jr., Legacy and Charleston, Jr. (Tampa); special friends, the Yates fam ily, the Doyle family and the Mobley family; and a host of other relatives and many de voted friends. Visitation for Mr. Joseph Leroy Wallace will be held Fri day evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street. Friends attending the home going service are asked to as semble at the church at 10:45 a.m. A HARMON BURIAL MS. WILMAM. JACKSON Ms. Wilma M. Jackson of Tampa, passed away Thurs day, July 26, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 4008 Dr. C. P. Epps Drive (Cayuga Street), Rev. Michael White, pastor, with Rev. Jerome Griffin, Pastor of Evening Star Tabernacle Mis sionary Baptist Church, offici ating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Ms. Jackson was a native of Clarksville, Tennessee, and a resident ofTampa for 39 years. She was a member of Evening Star Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church. Ms. Jackson was retired. 'TI r 0 :!! g She leaves to mourn her passing: six daughters, Mona (Rev. Jerome) Griffin, Alisia (Theodore) Royal, Natalia Perez, Stephanie (James) Thompson, Julie Jackson and Sharon Jackson, all of Tampa; twelve grandchlldren, Stephen (Laticia) Griffin, Tyrome (Dal las) Griffin, Jerome "Duaney" (Audrey) Griffin, Antonius "Tony" Bagwell, Staci Thomp son, Brittany Thompson, C:1J Jonathan Sanders, Justin Sanders,Jasmin Harrington, a::l Joseph Jackson, Khalia Jackson and Emanuel Jackson; :::t nine great grandchildren and m three great-great grandchilC dren; and a host of nieces, m nephews, family and friends. < The remains will repose from 6-8 p. m., Friday, August < 3, 2012, at Evening Star Taber-4 nacle Missionary Baptist C: en m z m r a:J c: r r z Church, 3716 E. Paris Street. rn Arrangements entrusted. to C RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. neralhome.com i r.:::::I;:::::::N OUR lOVED ONE DEACON ARCHIE L. ERSHERY August 6, 2012, will be 9 years since our loved ones life's journey peacefully ended. We have an abundance of joyful memoires of the many years we shared. Your love is still our guide and when we are overwhelmed with grief, we reflect on our memoires of you. C) Pearl Higdon Ershery, m wife; children, -Michael, ..... Meikah, Kelah and Tint; famcp il and friends.


MRS. ALTAMESE W.SAUNDERS 'GRAMMS' Mrs. Altamese W. Saunders ("Gramms") of Tampa, passed away Thursday, July 26, 2012. The homegoing celebration will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, 405 North Oregon Avenue, with Dr. Henry J. Lyons, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Altamese, affectionately called. "Gramms," was the third born of four and last surviving daughter of the late William J. "Tump" and Lilla Barry Walker. William J. Walker was Tampa's first African-Ameri can mail carrier. C Altamese was a lifelong res ii: ident of Tampa. She was edu U. cated in the Hillsborough C County School System, first at Z Helping Hand Day Nursery, c( then at Harlem Academy, where her mother was a classC "' w ::l .... w > w c w %: "' ::::i m ::l a. z tu room teacher and her grandmother, Christine A. Meacham, was Principal. Altamese was Salutatorian of the Middleton High School graduating class of 1946. Dear classmates continue to meet bi-monthly---some of whom are Alice Wade, Peggy Jo Jones, Harry Morris, James Hammond, and Ernest Calhoun. She came to Christ, was baptized at an early age at Greater Bethel Baptist Church, and served as pianist, as did her father, under the pastorate of Rev. Jacob Wesley Rhodes. Altamese received her Bach...J ...J ::l m elor of Arts degree in English ...J Education from Florida AgriW cultural And Mechanical Colz i= z w "' C a: 0 ...J u. lege in 1950, with further studies at New York Univer sity. While at FAMC, she was initiated into the Beta Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She was a stalwart Diamond Life member of the Sorority with 64 years of continuous service. Upon returning to Tampa, Altamese taught in Plant City, and received tenure at what was then College Hill (now J. W. Lockhart) Elementary. She retired from Robert E. Lee Elementary with 38 years of service to Hillsborough County. She was bestowed the honor of Teacher of the Year of 1989-1990 "In Recognition of Her Superior Capacity to Inspire a Love of Learning in Stu dents of All Backgrounds and Abilities." After a fairy tale courtship, Altamese married her beloved college sweetheart, Jasper, in 1952, and was his faithful wife for 531h years. She served dutifully on the Deaconess Board when Jasper c( was ordained Deacon at 0 Greater Bethel, and thereafter N when he was called to the W Gospel Ministry in 1964. Al (:J tamese, a steadfast and spirit if filled help meet, loyally served as First Lady of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church for seventeen years after Jasper became Pastor in 1974 She was also Director and Pianist for the Junior Choir, Imperial Choir, and was active with the International Ministers' Wives And Ministers' Widows. Altamese was truly dedicated to her husband, children, grandchildren, family members, sorors and students. For a span of more than 20 years, Altamese enjoyed celebrating her birthdays in exciting locales around the world, meeting God's people and experiencing unique cultures and cuisines. She was a loyal member of the following: the Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Middleton Class of 1946, Golden Angels (New Salem); Life Member of the FAMU Retired Rattlers, and Life Member of the Florida Retired Educators Association. In the early afternoon on July 26, Altamese peacefully transitioned home to be with the Lord. She was preceded in death by: her loving husband; her parents; her sisters, Breezy Taylor (Joseph), Willie Belle Walker, and Sarah Sims; and a cousin reared like a sister, Winifred Lee. Altamese leaves to cherish precious memories: devoted daughters, Karen, Kathy, Maureen (Boris); loving son, Andre'; 6 grandchildren, Robert Andrew, Sierra, Onyx, Gavin, Desmond and Jacob; former daughter-in-law, Brunette; sisters-in-law, Mary Sanders, Mary Alice Saunders, Catherine Saunders and Almeta Saunders; brothers-inlaw, Willie Bodden Sims, LemRoy Saunders (Eunice) and Freddie Saunders (Eleanor); 3 godsons, Maurice Nolen, Robert Bowman, Jr., and Aaron Fleming; nieces and nephew of Tampa, Arndreeta Clark Harris (William), Carrie Nathan and Reverend William Taylor; nieces, nephews and their spouses of Perrine, Tallahassee, Atlanta, New York, Waycross, and Gabon, Africa; Patsy, David; Elijah, Lillie Mae, Leroy and Patricia; Beverly, Willis, Jr., and Kevin; Leon and Harold; Zhana, Levien; Willis and Mary; Fredericka, Angela, Andre' and Audrey; Rodney and Lynn; Andrecia and Andre'; a host of great nieces, great nephews, greatgreat nieces and great-great nephews; cousins, Theresa Manuel, Cyntltia Flowers and Dorothy "Tootsie" Paul; family members of Harbour Island and Nassau, Bahamas; sorors; Greater Bethel and New Salem Church families; Tampa-born friends, Betty Hayes, Eddie Dawson and Oscar Johnson; neighbors of Saint Conrad and Beach Streets; and a host of other sorrowing relatives, extended fantily and friends. The remains will repose from s-8 p. m., Friday, August 3, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Omega Omejpl service will be held during the first hour of the viewing frOm 5-6 p. m. The fantily will re ceive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & NortheQ, neralhome.com MRS. DOROTHY CARTER YORK Mrs. Dorothy Carter York of Tampa, passed away on Sun day, July 29, 2012. A celebration of love will be held on Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 1 p. m. at College Hill Church Of God In Christ, 6414 N. 30th Street with Elder Charles Davis, pastor, officiating. The interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. York was the third of six children born to Willie and Inez Carter of Tampa. She was a faithful and dedicated member of the 29th Street Church of Christ since childhood. "Dot", as she was affectionately called, was a graduate of Middleton High School, North Carolina A&T (Bachelor's) and North Carolina Central (Master's). She was a life member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. for 6tyears. Dot married her high school sweetheart, Ellis L. York. They were married for 50 years prior to his death in 1999 A dedicated educator who molded and guided many lives for forty-five years, Mrs. York was an English instructor at Blake High School (English Department Chair), Hillsborough High School, University of South Florida's Project Up ward Bound and an Adjunct Professor at Hillsborough Community College. 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 Kihg's Unfinished Dream, and others. News media throughout the country interviewed Mrs. York about her writing and her activism. Her most recent interview, in California's Antelope Valley Press, discussed challenges she experienced with Parkinson's disease in the article, "If You Can't Walk, Crawl." Although she retired. from teaching, she never stopped teaching. She taught until the very end at Elmcroft Senior Living where she resided until her death. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Willie and Inez Carter; two brothers, Clarence Carter and Harold Carter; sister, Mary Ella Carter Cureton; and husband, Ellis L. York. She leaves her legacy oflove to: her devoted daughter, Inez Elizabeth (Liz) York Cohen and husband, George Cohen, MD; brother, William Carter of Seat Pleasant, Maryland; sister, Mildred C. Jones of Lancaster, California; grandchildren, Robert Dixon, of Baltimore, MD, Adrienne Dixon, Esquire (.John Barnes) of Nottingham, MD, Margaret Cohen of PriDeess Ann, MD, and Jay Cohen of Alexandria, VA; first great-grandchild, Jacob Alexan.tlef Barnes; aunt, Genevieve of Ft. Lauderdale, FL; sisier..in-law, Mar ian Flowers aDd Marlene York Monroe (John); and a host of nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, cousins, godchildren, friends, and more friends. The viewing will be held on Friday, August 3, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, Tampa. The AKA Ivy Beyond the Wall Ceremony will be 6-7 p. m., and the wake will be 7:308:3op.m. The Dorothy Carter York Scholarship has been established at her alma mater, North Carolina A&T Univer sity. Checks should be made payable to NC A&T University Foundation, Inc. Please mail to the Office of University Development, 1601 E. Market Street, Greensboro, NC, 27411. Thank you for honoring her commitment and legacy to higher education. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com LYSANDRAT. LAFAYETTE Last year, we lost our beloved Lysandra T. LaFayette. As a devoted wife to Michael, a loving mother to Erica, daughter, sister, aunt and friend, she touched so many with her joyous and caring spirit. We will continue to remember the laughter and joy Sandra brought to our lives. We will cherish her in our hearts forever. Michael, Erica and family. APRIL DANIElS SANDERS December 18, 1965 August 4, 2011 Mr. Terrol (LaSun) Sanders and April (Poetry) Daniels Sanders were mar iiedon August 16, 2008. .\ that simmered for aec.des; two hearts joined so two lives :shared. for way too brief a love that will live eternany. Sanders. De 18, 1965 -August 4, 20Uo ;I love you baby, God bless your soul. Love always: your husband, Terrol. Wilson MS. JUANITA ASHLEY Funeral service for Ms. Juanita Ashley, who passed away on July 27, 2012, will be held Thursday, August 9, 2012, at 1 p m. at Irvin Street First Baptist Church, 1411 Irvin Street, Littlefield, Texas. Interment will follow. Juanita leaves precious lifetime memories to be cherished with: her sons, Clinton (Juanita) Ashley of Baltimore, Maryland, Windell (Audrey) Ashley of Tampa, and Larry Lee Ashley of Clovis, New Mexico; daughter, Doris "Jean" Ashley of Temple Terrace, FL; 23 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren and 7 great, great grandchildren; nieces (more like a daughter), Margie (Leroy) Martin of Fort Worth, Texas; dear friend/companion, John James of Littlefield, Texas; and other relatives and friends. Juanita Ashley was born on June 15, 1924, in Ladonia, Texas. She was the first born of six children from Pearl Mae and Dave Lackey and the last of this beautiful era. Juanita found Christ at an early age and joined Irvin Street Baptist Church in Littlefield, Texas, where she remained an active member until her health failed, but remained faithful and true to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ until death: Juanita met Alfonso Ashley and they married on February 4, 1940, in Olton, Texas. To this union, seven sons and one daughter were born. AI, Jr., Thomas Earl and Jarvis, preceded her in death Ms. Juanita Ashley's remains will be shipped in care of McCarty Funeral Home, 1303 Griffin, Littlefield, Texas 79339 "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson MRS. BIRDER MAE HODGES The fantily of Mrs. Birder Mae Hodges wishes to thank everyone for their prayers, cards and kindness during our bereavement. Special thanks to the Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home.


Wilson MR. ROBERT A. BROWN, SR. Homegoing celebration for Mr. Robert A. Brown, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away Sun day, July 29, 2012, will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 1 p. m. at Beulah Baptist Institu tional Church, 1006 W. Cy press Street, Tampa, Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, pastor, with Bishop Adrian Shaw, offi ciating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Brown was born May 6, 1931, in Morgan, Georgia, to Mr. and Mrs. William (Nettie) Brown. He was educated in the pub lic schools in Morgan, Georgia, and was a member of Mt. Knebo Baptist Church of Mor-gan, Georgia. Mr. Brown was a Contractor and retired in 1989. He relo cated from Fort Pierce, FL, to Tampa in 1978 where he resided until his demise. He was preceded in death by: his parents, William and Nettie Brown; 3 brothers, France Brown (Peralee), Leron Brown (Annelue) and L. B. Brown; son, Johnnie Brown; daughter, Ruth Brown; and special son-in-law, Steve Jackson. Mr. Brown leaves behind to cherish memories of him: a loving wife of 59 years, Euge nia Brown; 7 daughters, Marie Jackson, Nettie Brown, Rosa Wilson (Roscoe), Lucy Jones (Robert), Carolyn McDuffie (Alfonso), Diane Brown and Teresa Brown; 4 sons, Robert Brown, Jr., James Brown (Mary), Willie Brown (Rhonda) and Tremaine Smith; brother, 11leron Brown; sister, Dora Johnson (Reverend Johnson); 45 grandchildren, 73 great grand children and 10 great, great grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the fantily will receive friends from 7-8 p.m., Friday, August 3, 2012 at Wil son Funeral Home. Friends are asked to assem ble at the funeral home at ap proximately 12:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www .wilson-funeralhome.com MR. COREY LEE COMER Homegoing celebration for Mr. Corey Lee Comer of Tampa, will be held Saturday, August 4 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, Tampa, 33610, with the Pastor, Reverend Dr. T. W. Jenkins, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. For the Lord purposed and called forth Corey Lee Comer to life on September 17, 1982, to Rhonne J. Willie and Cyn thia Comer Harper. He attended local area schools in Tampa, where he also worked. However, Corey's greatest passion was to be a Disc Jockey (DJ). Every one affectionately called him "DJ Smallz." Corey was loved and re spected by many in the com munity and developed a following at many of the local clubs. Corey was called home to glory during the early morning hours of July 25, 2012. He was preceded in death by his grandmother and grandfa ther, Albert and Mittie Comer, who played a vital part in his upbringing. He was also preceded in death by his grandparents, Ada Williams and Willie King. He leaves to cherish his love and memories: his father, Rhonnie Williams (Sarah); his mother, Cynthia Comer Harper (Albert); his brother and sisters, Tyril D. Swint, Keisha Williams, Rhonda Williams-Turner (Jason) and Bieshia Smith; stepsisters, Vanessa Compton and Natessa Jenkins (Raymond); his un cles, Albert Comer, Jr., MacArthur Comer, Richard Comer, Joseph Comer, An thony Williams (Linda) and Charles Williams; his aunts, Nannette Williams, Patricia Washington (Allen), Gloria Jefferson, Brenda Comer, Irma J. Guillory and Karen Comer; great aunt, Marie Wiliams; and his girlfriend, Latasha Walker. Corey also leaves: a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. There will be viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, August 3 2012, at Wil son Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeral home.com 3ot North Howard 'Avenue Tampa, f.l33606 / 813.2$3.3419 Fox : MR. ORENTHAL JAMFS '0. J.' MURDOCK Celebration of life for Mr. Orenthal James "0. J." Mur dock of Tampa, who passed away Monday, July 30, 2012, will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Calvary Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church, 10930 N. U.S. High way 301, Thonotosassa, FL, 33592, with Pastor James Wolfe, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Me morial Park Cemetery. Orenthal James "0. J." Murdock was born on Febru ary 15, 1987, in Tampa, to Melvin and Jamesena Mur dock. He accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior and was baptized and received the Holy Ghost at the age of 8. He ex celled at an early age athleti cally, playing football for the Ybor City Boys & Girls Club, Fighting Eagles, Temple Ter race, Youth Sports Associa tion, AAU Basketball and The City of Tampa Trailblazers (Track). He graduated in 2005 from George S. Middleton High School and continued his edu cation at the University of South Carolina, Pearl River Community College and Fort Hays State University. He con tinued his football career by signing as an undrafted free agent with the Tennessee Ti tans. "0. J." was the recipient of numerous awards some of which were: AAU Junior Olympic Champion at 14 years of age; Athlete of the Year by The Tampa Tribune in 2005; 2005 State Champion Track & Field 100 & 200 Meters and 2010 East West Shrine Game. He was preceded in death by: his grandfathers, James Kelly, Sr. and Johnny Mur dock; and uncle, Dewayne Kelly, Sr. "0. J." leaves to cherish fond memories with: a loving and devoted mother, Jame sena Murdock and father, Kelvin Murdock; brother, Sherod Murdock; 2 sisters, Kerri and Sherena Murdock; grandparents, Ernestine Kelly and Lillie Mae Stubbs; niece, Tiyana Addison; aunts, Cheryl Kelly and Karen Hester; un cles, Bennie Kelly, James .Kelly, Jr., and Derrick Lovett, Sr. (Delores); cousins, Khe maron, BreAna, Kajai, Don isba, Dewayne, Jr., Andre, Shameka, James, Ill, Brittney, Jaymeisha, Jackiesha, Jay tavion and Jayla Kelly, Der rick, Jr. and Darius Lovett; special mentors, Romey Bat tle, Joe Troupe and Robert and Aesha Bailey; godparents, Robert (Pop) Doster; agents, Hadley Engelltart and Vinni Kirpalani; and a host of other family, friends and coaches. There will be a viewing from 5-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Friday, August 3, 2012, at Cal vary Tabernacle United Pente costal Church, 10930 S. Highway 301, Thonotosassa, FL, 33592 Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 1:45 p.m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MS. DIANE YVETIEPOPE A homegoing celebration for Ms. Diane Yvette Pope, who passed away in a local hospital on 111ursday, July 26, 2012, will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 11 a. m. at 34th Street Church of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, with Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, Pastor of 34th Street Church of God, of ficiating. Interment will follow in Mytle Hill Cemetery. Ms. Pope was a native and a lifelong resident of Tampa. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of C. Leon King Senior High School, class of 1976. She re ceived an Associate Degree from Hillsborough Commu nity College and a Bachelor De gree from Springfield College. Diane accepted the Lord as her personal Savior and was a dedicated member of TwentySecond Street Church of God currently 11lirty-Fourth Street Church of God. Diane was employed by Well Care as Supervisor of Configuration until her health declined. She also was em ployed at Honeywell/Group Technology & Health Plan Services. She is survived by: her 5 sis ters, Evangelist Eva Russell, Dinah Pope-Harris (Los Ange les, CA), Miriam Pope-O'Brien (Bobby) San Antonio, TX, Pauline Pope-Williams Tampa, and Zelda Pope, Los Angeles CA; 2 brothers, Waymon Pope and Leroy Pope, Los Angeles, CA; 2 aunts Leona Hudson Tampa, and Vivian Johnson, San Diego, CA; nieces, Monica Stenson-Brown, (Michael Brown) Los Angeles, CA, Tameka Williams, Charlotte NC Victoria Simpson, Tampa, Susan Clemmons, LeChell Pope-Zakoul (Gamel) Los An geles, CA, LeKeshia Williams and LeShai Williams, Tampa, and Victoria Pope; nephews, Alan Stenson, Mi'chael Russell, Jeneral Russell, Rashad Har ris, Dorian Harris, Ishmeal Bryan (Starr), Maurice Bryan, Warren O'Brien (Shekina), Daymon Pope, LeRoy Williams, IV, Tampa, Markese Smith, Marcel Philips, Deont'e Pope, Marcelyn Pope, Broder ick Drew and Ronzae Drew (Los Angeles, CA), Boykin, Terrence Deon Sten son, Torrance Devon Stenson, Travis Boone, Kya'Rell Rus sell, Tyler Russell, Jayden Brister, Samir Zakoul, Tane sha and Tymira Stenson, Tatyana Riggs, Jazmyne and Jayla Williams, Elijah, Janyia and Jaden Bryan, Jaymeon and Jamel O'Brien, Jasmyn Harris, Kaceilea Simpson, Thearon Sampson, Jr, Kristian and Kristaney Robinson; cousins, the Dorsey, Scott, Montana, Lester, Sledge, Tay lor families and Pope families from Marianna, Florida; and other relatives and friends. There will be a viewing from 5-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, August 3, 2012, at 34th Street Church of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 10:45 a.m. Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www .wilson-funeralhome.com MS. ClARA BROADNAX Ms. Clara Broadnax passed away Friday, July 20, 2012. She will be sadly missed by her devoted and loving friend, Anthony Williams. She will be remembered for her kind and loving spirit. She also leaves behind her precious pets, Passion and Scarlet. May she rest in peace. Love, Anthony. '11 National News Toddler, 5 Others wounded In Drive-Bv NEW YORKPolice con tinue to search for the gun man who wounded siX people, including a toddler, during a drive-by shooting in Brooklyn Sunday evening. A 25-year-old man was shot in the back and his 2year-old daughter suffered a graze wound to the leg when gunfire erupted. Another teenager and three men in their 20s were hit in the leg and back. Woman Tried Ti Brealllnto Ohio Jail HAMILTON, OH Police in southwest Ohio are perplexed about why a woman tried to TIFFANY. sneak into a HURD county jail before telling authorities to arrest her. Deputies with the Butler County Sheriffs Office ar rested Tiffany R. Hurd, 36, on Sunda y morning after she was caught trying to climb over a fence into Butler County Jail, near Cincinnati. It happened after jail staff leaving a late night shift told Hurd to leave the property, but she told them to arrest her. "She was repeatedly told to stop," Sgt. Monte Mayer said. "They couldn't talk her out of it." Deputies asked Hurd to leave numerous times, but she refused and attempted to climb the fence again. That's when police took ac tion. :IJ (/) m z :::! z m r tD c: r r m ::t z ., c: tD c (/) :r m c m < m -f c: m (/) c )> z c ., :IJ c ., C) m N I )>


c r:t LL c z c( c en w ::;) 1w > w c w ::t: en ::J m ::;) Q. z ..J ..J ::;) m ..J w z j:: z w en C r:t 0 ..J lL PASTOR R. L. OLIVER, SR. Thank you for your endless love that helps me through each day. And thank you for the memories that never fade away. You're the man I loved and I was proud to be your wife, and every day in some small way I celebrate your life. And though it's sad to think about the way things were before, when we're reunited it will be forever more. July 4th would have bee n 16 years. Also happy birthday, August 7th I love you honey, the late Pastor R. L. Oliver. Sr., 3/2/2012 (my everything). From: your loving wife, Nora; children and grandchildren. PRECIOUS MEMORIES DANIEL K. MITCHELL, SR. Entering This Earthly Home: March 27, 1957 Leaving This Earthly Home: August 6, 2011 It has been only one year since you left us, but it seems like yes terday. We miss and will always love you and cherish those precious memories, how they linger. For we know as recorded in 2 Corinthians 5:1, If our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. Jesus said to all of us "Let not your heart be troubled, ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father's house are many man sions, if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you and if I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and receive you unto myself, that where I am there ye may be also. John 14:1-3. A prepared place for prepared people ... a land of no more. Rev elations 21:1-4. On this your day of departure, August 6th, one year ago we know that you are absent from the body, but present with the Lord. 2 Corinthians 5:8. We do know that God has got something waiting for us with every tear that we shed and with this assurance, we can hold on by faith, leaning and depending on nobody but the Lord who will never leave us nor forsake us. You may be gone from our presence, but forever in our hearts. Precious memories how they linger. Love always: mom, Helen R. James; son, Daniel K. Mitchell, Jr.; brother, David Carlos Mitchell (Amanda), and the entire fam ily and your friends. Celebrating MR. OLLIE LEE PATRICK A memorial service for Mr. Ollie Lee Patrick of Tampa, who passed away on Monday, July 23, 2012, at the LifePath Hospice House in Sun City Center, will be held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 11 a. m. in the chapel of LifePath Hospice and Palliatile, Inc., 11150 N. 53rd St., Temple Terrace, Pas tor Ken Addinton, officiating. Mr. Patrick was born on June 19 1938, in Forest, Mis sissippi. In his earlier years of life, he traveled to Florida .where he made his home in Tampa for over 45 years. He become employed .with Roberts Lumber Company and Staffing Chemical Plant. He was also a truck driver forM filiated of Florida. He was preceded in death by: his father, Dewey Patrick, and mother, Eddie Bell Patrick. He leave to cherish his memories: his two daughters, both of Tampa, Cyntrina Patrick Scott (Steve) and Lashon Richards (Charles); grandchildren, Willie Larry, Jr., Marshanna Larry, Steven Scott, Jr., Sable Richards, Con stance Richards and Mercedes Richards; great grandchild, Kendall Davis; brothers and sisters of Forest, Mississippi, Jimmy Patrick (Evelyn); sis ters, Katherine Townsend and Hattie Adams (Jerry); along with a host of nieces and nephews; devoted friend, Will Corbett; neighbor, John; along with many more sorrowing rel atives. SISTER LESSIE HILL We acknowledge with grateful appreciation, all acts of kindness: cards, flowers, food, prayers, kind words, telephone calls, visits, and other sympathetic gestures during our time of bereave ment. Special thanks toi Rev erend and Sister Garnett, the Springhill MB Church Family, and the culinary staff. Also special thanks to: Ray Williams Funeral Home and their Staff. The children and grandchil dren. 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Crime 6 11n Cle1red b lnnecence Man Faces Murder And Drug Charges After Victim Overdoses In separate project Charged With coulllas Anempted Murder NED CASTEL The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that an arrest has been made in the death of Stephan Gruen del. On February 6, 2012, patrol units responded to 4703 Kemble Court on a report of a non-responsive male. Deputies found Gruendel, 21. After con-ducting an investigation at the scene, detectives believed the death was an apparent overdose due to evidence found at the scene. Detectives learned that Gruendel had purchased oxycontin from a suspected drug dealer the night before his death. An autopsy was performed and toxicology results con firmed that Gruendel had died of an overdose of oxy contin. On Wednesday detectives arrested Ned Castel, 21, in the area of 29th Street and Osborne Avenue. He was on a GPS monitor for various drug charges. Castel was arrested and charged with third-degree murder and delivery of a controlled substance. He is being held without bond. Police Arrest Three On Gun Charges MONTEIZ SCO'IT JETT GILMORE STEVEN QUINN Tampa Police arrested three men, two from West Palm Beach, Tuesday on gun charges. According to the report, an officer was traveling on Fowler Avenue when she saw the front passenger of the vehicle not wearing a seat belt. The driver was taken into custody and the vehicle was searched. Two loaded hand guns were found in the vehicle within reach of all three occupants. The two passengers were also detained discovered that Gilmore had given his brother's name instead of his own at the scene. He was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed firearm, giving a false name to a law enforcement officer, possession of a con trolled substance, and driving with a suspended license Quinn was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed firearm, giving a false name to a law enforcement officer, and violation of proba tion. This man is suspected of robbing thr:ee banks in the area. Law enforcement officials are looking for a man they believe is responsible for three bank robberies in three counties in the past week. The suspect has been described as a Black male, 25 to 30 years old, 6 feet to 6 2" tall, and weighing 180 to 250 pounds. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reported that a robbery occurred 9 a. m. last Friday at the TD Bank, 6176 Highway 41 in Apollo Beach During that incident, the robber wore a motorcycle helmet On Monday at 4:30 p.m., the Bank of America at 2301 South Florida Avenue in Lakeland was robbed by a suspect matching the description as the suspect from the TD Bank case. The Pasco County Sheriffs Office reports that they think the same suspect robbed the BB & T Bank, 6213 S R. 54 in New Port Richey, at 4 p m Tuesday. Anyone with information on these cases is asked to call the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office at (813) 2478200. UNCLE SANDY ... Some bad decisions 1, 4, 7, 12 can never be 14, 17, 20, 25 forgiven or made good by 31, 34, 40, 44 another bad decision 48, so, 55. 57 It was learned that the driver, identified as Monteiz Scott, 29, and the front passenger, Jett Gilmore, 26, were convicted felons. The rear passenger could not be identified at the scene, but was later identified as Steven Antonio Quinn, 26. --------Quinn was later discovered to be wanted by the U. S. Marshall's Office for weapons charges and is a convicted felon. All three men denied ownership of the two firearms. Scott was charged with being a felon in possession of a firear m carrying a conce ale d firearm, and driving with a s usp e nd e d license. Police also CIICIIII-IIIliCII 813.211.182 IIC-111.111 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For 24 years, a Florida Department of Corrections identification number identi fied Alan Crotzer. But, with the help of DNA testing and the Innocence Project, Crotzer was released from prison. Two years later, he received $1.25 million dollars for his wrongful conviction. A native of St. Petersburg, Crotzer relocated to Tallahassee after his release from jail. Crotzer was arrested again on Monday, and charged with attempted first-degree mur der. He is accused of firing at least eight bullets into the vehicle of another Tallahassee resident. According to the Tallahassee Police Department, the inci dent took place Sunday night. The unidentified victim told police he and Crotzer had a confrontation a few months before over the sale of a CD. The victim told police Crotzer displayed two hand guns and threatened him at the time. He had no other contact with Crotzer until Sunday night. The victim said he was leav ing a Best Buy store when he noticed Crotzer's vehicle. He said the Florida license plate said RIKA." The victims said as he left the parking lot he noticed a black Dodge Avenger follow ing him The victim said he was dri ving on Apalachee Parkway when the driver of the Avenger moved up alongside ALAN CROTZER ... Charged with attempted 1st degree murder of the victim's vehicle, the suspect lowered the front passenger window of the ;:!! Avenger .... The suspect began 0 shooting a handgun through :!! the open passenger window at C the victim while both vehicles : were traveling at approxi-m mately 40 MPH. "'The victim's driver window z was struck and he felt a sharp m pain in his left arm. As the :;; shots continued, he felt pain c: in his left hip. The victim lost J= sight of the suspect vehicle !!l when he stopped," the probaZ ble cause affidavit stated. The victim who was hit two by the gunfire, told police he believe the suspect emptied u; the gun before driving away. % During the investigation, gJ police identified Crotzer as a m possible suspect. The victim < immediately identified Crotzer as the person who -< shot him from a photograph identification package of six m pictures. tg .A warrant was issued and Crotz.er was arrested and "' charged with attempted firstdegree murder. 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY AUGUST 3 2012 B : When encouraging people to be an organ donor, Pastor Julius Wynn (Highland M. B. Church, Tampa) always makes ref erence to a bumper sticker that defines h is stance on the issue. "Don't take your organs. t o heaven; heaven knows we need them here." FYI Organ donation saves lives. Transplantable organs include the heart lungs, kidneys, liver, intestines and pancreas. More than 114,000 people are listed for an organ transplant in the United States; 56% are minorities, including Blacks. In January 2008, Pastor Wynn received the gift of a new kidney from a member of his congregation. "I was amazed that someone would do that for me," said Pastor Wynn of his living kidney donor, Ms. Martha Kitchens. Though Pastor Wynn received his kidney from a living donor, he realizes how important it is for people to sign up to be a deceased donor. This is illustrated through his work with Ufelinkof Florida (the local organ and tissue recov ery organization) and the message on his favorite bumper sticker. Dr. Julius Wynn, center, is shown with 2 of his major professors for his dissertation at USF Dr. Arthur Shaprio and Dr. Steve Permuth. Many of the conditions leading to the need for a transplant, such as high blood pressure and diabetes occur with more frequency in minori t y populations. Pastor Wynn was diagnosed wi t h kidney failure due to high blood pressure. According to the Center for Disease Control, Blacks develop high blood pressure more often and at a younger Carolina witness his daughage than Whites and other ter' s graduation from col-ethnic minorities. One of lege and obtain his the risk factors associated Doctorate of Education in with this disease is kidney Leadership. failure. Currently, there are "There were days when I more than 8o,ooo couldn t go to work or get Americans awaiting a kidout of bed because the bad ney and/or pancreas trans-fluids had taken over," plant and many are in need Pastor Wynn said of his due to high blood pressure life befo re he received his complications. transplant. "Now I have an Since his transplant, opp ortunity to do regular Pastor Wynn has a new things that a lot of times lease on life. He was able to people t ake for grante d." play golf at the renowned For information on Pinehurst Resort in North becoming a living donor, individuals should contact the transplant center at Tampa General Hospital. To learn more about deceased donation, please visit www. DonateLifeFlorida.org One person can potentially save the lives of eight people through organ donation. If you have a personal experience relating t o donation that you would like to share, please contact Brandi Wilkerso n at (813) 2532 640 ext. 1 3 6 6 o r Brandi.Wilkerson@LifeLiok Found.org. Every major religion supports organ donation as one of the highest expressions of compassion and generosity. Celebrities do not receive preferential treatment; the organ transplant waiting list is blind to ethnicity, gender and connections. Sign up to be a donor at www.DonateLifeFlorida.o n More Scenes From President Barack Obama's Vist To Tampa President Barack Obama Tampa last month in a cam paign event at Hillsborough Community College Dale Mabry Campus. President Obama shook hands with many and shared hugs with many others in this grassroots event. (Photos by Sylvester Harris and Lomax Mcintyre) President Barack Obama speaks to an enthusiastic crowd at Hillsborough Community College Dale Mabry Campus. Mayor Bob Buckhorn gave a resounding shout out for the President. The Reverend Arthur T. Jones delivered the prayer. The percussionist unit of the Revealing Truth Ministries was the special guest for the President's visit. From left to right are: Antwaun Underwood, Sr., Director; Robert Johnson, Javier Valderamma, Nykia Williams, Shelly Bristow and Gabriel Parker. On the back row: Derek Harris, Malik Williams, Quinton Burnett, Demetri Scott, Jose Valderamma, Enrique Franks and Nia Baptiste. Organizing For America Florida volunteers: Jesse Boateng, Candace Bowers and Marcus Martell. Left to right: Tarance LeNoir, Ira Jean Gardner, Dianne Hart and Jean Coco.


i Local cw; t; ::: ::: c( Group wants To Extend Historic Boundarv Into East Ta1111 >.;' C( Again an effort to declare C th e area from Columbus Drive a: LL. to 2 1st Avenue a historic dis trict has resumed. East Tampa Business and C ivic Association CEO, Dianne Hart, said she has at tended meetings with the group, and she opposes their e ffort. "We asked them to meet with us at the YET Center, and we told them w e aren t inter ested in changing our bound aries What they don t under stand is the people in this area don t have the money to bring their homes up to the codes of the Historic Preservation group. I think they are going to have a meeting with the City Council in the form of a work shop to see what can be done. Whatever they decide we don't FRANK REDDICK City Councilman north of Columbus Drive, be cause the money is just not there to make this kind of move possible." KIM HEADLAND within m y neighborhood asso ciation area "If y ou want to do bas i c maintenance on your home or business you don t have to bring them up to the h i storic code. When you're doing some thing significant, then you have to bring it up to the historic code. There are negatives and positives involved." agree with their plans. c Councilman Frank Red a: dick said he knows the VM LL Ybor Neighborhood Associa C tion has held meetings to dis cuss strategy and how this would benefit their community ..... "Once they have settled on a course of action the issue will W eventually come before the council. Councilman Reddick said if the group is successful in getting the boundaries changed, it would put them in better shape for funding through the Historical Preser vation Act. Businesses and res idences will have to find the money to come up to code and there is limited funding for that Headland said existing homes and businesses will not have to change anything to meet the h i storic code. VM Ybor Neighborhood Association President, Kim Headland, said they had an information meeting in June with city officials present and they discussed how the exten sion of the boundary would benefit VM Ybor. "There are tax credits, low interest loans, and grants avail able to those who qualify and want to make extreme renova tions to their homes or busi nesses. >a: "I think it would pose a lot W of problems for the people The area being proposed for the boundary extension is "We have folks south of Columbus Drive who've used the grants to rehab the exterior of their homes, and they are happy with the process. > w c w ::E: C/) :::::i m ::: Q. z t= w ..J ..J ::: m ..J w z t= z w C/) c( c a: 0 ..J LL. m I N w (,!) The HWsborough County Head Start Program is now County enrolling applicants into their child care program with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) & Early Head Start is accepting children with Individualized Family Support Plans (IFSPs) You may be eligible for this program if you: Have a child who has been d iagnosed w ith autism, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedi c impainnent, developmentally delayed, speech/language, or any other impainnent affecting the child' s ability to leam Are a parent of a child w ith an Individualized Education Plan Are the parent of a child w ith 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 Supp ort Plan Are the parent of a child w ith speci a l needs and receiving t herapy Have a chil d between the ages of 6 weeks and 23 months HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY tJOtVUJ,oj In accordante with the Americans with Disabilities does not discriminate based on Pain II Losing Her Son Still lingers BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On August 1 2004 Warren Mitchell was returning home after en j oying a little night out on the town. His mother Wanda Conaway, said she know s he was looking forward to seeing his son Warren, Jr. Mitchell ne ver made it home that early morning. He was shot to death in his car in the area of Columbus Drive and Kathleen Street. No one was ever arrested for Mitchell's death, and Mrs. Conaway said every time she looks at her grandson the pain of losing his father is tough to deal with. "It s been 8 years, and I know Tampa Police are doing the best they can, said Mrs. Conaway. I just believe there is someone out there who knows what happened, and why. They know who killed my son. All I ask of them is for the sake of his son and this family please step up and let the police know what you know. Mrs. Conaway has vowed to never give up hope that who ever is responsible for her son's death will one day be brought to justice. Warren Mitchell and his mom, Wanda Conaway. I know the day will come when this will no longer be one of the city's unsolved murders. How long it will take for that day to come is uncertain, but I have faith in God that it will happen. "Warren deserved to see his son grow up and he was too young to be taken away from us. I know it was God's will and I hope it will also be God s will that the person who d i d this is caught and put in jail. If there is anyone out there who knows what happened to Warren Mitchell, please call the Tampa Police Department at (813) 231-6130. l\lount Junior Acaden1v Kindlroartl'n Sth ( ;ra

Local Union Alleging HART Doesn't Protect Drivers BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staft'Writer On Thursday, July 19th, HART Bus operator, Colin Brown, was assaulted as he drove the #2 bus route. A fe male patron entered the bus, paid her fare, and then at tacked Brown, hitting him at least 20 times with her fist. Brown reportedly tried to protect his face as he pushed the immediate assis tance button on the bus. Brown said he tried the but ton several times, but HART staff was not available and did not respond. Brown was able to fi nally open his seatbelt and get out of the driver's seat. He then pushed the patron off the bus and she just sat on a bench at the bus shelter as if nothing had happened. Brown then called dis patch from his cell phone and informed HART he had been severely assaulted, and he needed police, a road su pervisor and medical help. Brown was transported to the hospital by ambulance. The patron, identified as Mayi N athali Rijo-Martinez, was subsequently arrested and charged with battery of a public service employee. Her bond is set at $1,000. Amalgamated Transit Union Local #1593, who rep resents HART drivers, me chanics, and customer service personnel, released a statement about the incident. A TU Local 1593 Chief Steward, Michaela Stuckey, said nobody from HART informed Brown's wife about the incident, or check on his condition to see how he was doing. "Mr. Brown has a se vere concussion, and it seems no one from the au thority cares. "Brown is not the only driver that's been attacked. We have drivers being as saulted all the time, but when it's a driver of color, lit tle or nothing is done about it. They are hiding how they are wasting the money of tax payers." Stuckey said the union has filed several unfair labor practice claims on behalf of the drivers, asking HART to treat the drivers like they are human. "As far as the incident with Brown is concerned, they told us he knew the woman, but even if that's true, that's no excuse for him being attacked." HART Public Informa tion Office spokesperson, Marcia Mejia, said the in cident is under internal in vestigation. "We take these incidents seriously. We did test the ve hicle to make sure the com munication equipment was working properly, and on Thursday it was working, so the bus was put back. out on route. Safety is number one for us. Mejia said as far as they are concerned, this is not a widespread problerp, and the incidents are pretty much isolated. "But, one is too many for us. We have safeguards for crime deterrents. It isn't an epidemic. This 'Was the only incident where a driver was actually injured. "Mr. Brown is out on l leave, and we are < currently negotiating with the union on a new contract." Brown said he's cur rently receiving Workman's Compensation, and has not set a date when he will be re turning to work. policies in place, it would stop this kind of violence. "Because I was strapped into my seat at the time of the attack, I couldn't really defend myself. I received several blows to my head, and I messed up my back trying to move around in my seat. "I will say it could have been a lot worse, because the bus was pretty full when I was attacked. The response time of a supervisor coming "My attacker didn't seem angry at first, but something set her off, and I don t know what it was." Brown said he started driving for HART 8 years ago, and this is the first time something like this has hap' pened to him. "As a driver, this is not something you see coming. You don't prepare yourself from being attacked by a pa tron. That is not something you're trained to deal with when you start working here, and no one ever talks about it." Brown said he does feel HART could do a better job protecting the drivers by lis tening more to what they are trying to tell them, and be more concerned about their safety than increasing rider ship. "I think if they put certain to my aid should have been a lot better, and it was only after I used my cell phone when one actually showed up." Brown said he doesn't think it's fair that he's being investigated to see if he insti gated the incident. "There are rumors going around that the woman who attacked me was my ex-girl friend. "She was not my girl friend, and I only recall see ing her riding the bus on a couple of routes I've driven on. We've never had a con versation, and I don't know her name or anything about her." FINANCING AVAILABLE ., ON SELECT LEXUS VEHICLES. WITH APPROVED CREDi t ::0 Smart Choice know including prices and paymentsupfront. ?Day Service NowopenSw.dayto service your'Mhic:le. lexusofTampaBay.com Find us. Friend us. E'J AuloN..tion 1-888-201-7031 a


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Continuous Praise Life is what you make it. Life is what you determine it to be. If you think nega tively; that is how you will interpret life. If you are pos itive and optimistic you will see every situation as an op portunity. Do you see life as half empty or half full? Do you focus on what you have or do not have? This week's lesson from Psalm 146 gives the reader a reason and understanding of how to live life. The psalmist suggests that in stead ofliving life with com plaints, there is a lot to praise God for. In verse one he recommends and writes to the singer to, praise the Lord. Your mandate is to praise Q the Lord! He puts the idea of ii: praise in two different ways. He says, "I will praise the z c( Lord all my life; I will sing praise to my God as long as I live" (vs. 2). By using this method he wants you to know how im portant it is to praise. As long as you live you must praise. Praise is determined by the fact that you are alive not the quality of life you live. Some people want to praise as long as things are going well, they have money, they have a job, or their fam ily is doing well. That is praise because of quality of life! Here it is suggested that you praise because you have life! As long as you live and have breath, praise the Lord. One of the reasons you can praise God is not be cause of what you need or want God to do; but you have a reason to praise be-cause of what you have re ceived or the justice that has been extended to you. In verse three he writes in the hymn, "do not put your trust in princes, in mor tal men, who cannot save." Princes are those who represent the governing authority. Mortal men are men who are frail and have some short' coming. It is not wise to put your trust and faith in people who can fail and not save you. "Blessed is he whose help is the God of Jacob, whose help is in the Lord his God" (vs. sJ. When you know that the Lord is your helper the situation you are faced with does not seem too diffi cult to handle. This gives reason to praise! You can't help but be blessed when you have God on your side and helping you whatever you are faced with. In the singing of praise to God, the psalmist identifies various reasons why. God looks out for the oppressed, feeds the hungry, set prisoners free, restores sight, and He frustrates the ways of the wicked (vv. 7-9). These tasks that God com pletes are not limited to those who find themselves in these situations physically. You can be in each of these spiritually as well. You can praise as long as you live re gardless of these situations because the Lord is looking out for you. God will fight for you! He will make sure that you receive the justice that is due you. When you consider the words of this song, you will discover that you have more reason to praise than you re alize. As long as you live you have a God on your side who does not fail; this is reason to praise. Your life is not empty and your situation is not be yond hope and repair. Keep praising God and you will see that God will change your situation. Don't give up on God, be cause He won't give up on you! Abundant Ute Non-Denominational Church 4125 Nassau Street W. Tampa. Florida 33607 (813)875 www.abundantlifeonline.com Weekly Gathertnga Sunday School: 9:30A.M. Morning Worship: 11:00A.M. Bible Institute: Wednesday, 7:30P.M Intercessory Prayer: Monday Friday 6:00A.M. Corporate Prayer: 1st & 3rd Friday, hatorKMwl Bamee, 7:30 P.M. Sr. Putor "I have come that they might havellfe more ABUNDANTLY"-Sl John 10:10 Q fJ) w ::::) ..... CHURCH DIRECTORY w > w Q w J: fJ) :J m ::::) Q. z tu _, _, ::::) m _, w z t= z w fJ) g a: 0 _, u.. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue,T ampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bislaop Eddie llllkirt, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSH 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 IWIIIIIISdaY: 5:30 P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P M. & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: A O!urdl of the inner city the .community by rniristering to the whole man." Ministry: f'.OAH It{;./ lEY. WALTEII J.WILI.IAMI Pastor Emeritus Early Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Marling Worship 9 : 30A.M. Morning Worship 10 : 55 A. M Wed., Family Nig-tt-7 P.M. For Transportation Call (813)486-7890 Dee. Kelvin DeCoursey Chairman, Deacons' Minis Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW-6:00P. M. Evening Worship 7:00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M S1\li\T .JAl\.lES A.:Vt.E. CIIURl'II OF PROGRESS \'I LI .:\(; E, I i\ C. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-2411 :-,ll!ld.l\ Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Church School 8:45 A. M. Morning Worship Service 10:15A.M. IIEW FREIIDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 24&-4127 Weekly Activities Slllday Chl.l"ch School 9 :30A. M Morning Worship 1 0 :45 A.M Ba>le Class 4 :30 P M Everting Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 P FIRST iiAPnsT CHURCH Of PROIRESS VIUAGE 8722 Progress BM1., Tampa, FL 33619 Churctl Office: (813) 677 1948 .. Pastor' s Otrioe: (813) 672 .. Academy Office : (813) 6n-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Mall: fbcopvtampabay rr .oom Sunday-9 : 45A.M Adult & Youth/Children Tuesday AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youth/ Children 7:30P M Adult A Satefte Campus. F Fca Faith Bible lnstitliB Th& et.Jch Fa Global Cha'lge" (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 The$. 1 : 8)


:!! We in the Village are proud Keep For information, call Ted )> August Birthdays Happy birthday shout out goes to Mr. Aaron Copeland, Sr. on Ash Ave From his family and friends. July Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday: Lena Franklin 7/1, Elsie McArthur 7/7, A. Jean Trice-Snowden (San Pedro, CA) 7/8, Diamond Copeland 7/17, Brittany Evans 7/21, Jukia Mills 7/24, Tony Sheppard 7/26, Kerrick "Zeze" Jones 7/27, Hope Perkins of Plant City 7/27, Reggie Doby 7/28, and Ebony Franklin 7/30. Birthday memorial to Mil dred Mills, 7/30. SERVICE nMES Sunday School 10 A. M. Moming Service -11 :30 A. M. Evening Service 7:.30 P. M. Bible Studv Tut.'Sday Evening Bible Band7:30 P. M. Prayer Requests Unspoken prayer re quest for Sha-Ron C. An thony. Let us pray for each other. Welcome Home Bishop A. J. Richardson, we love you and we are proud of you. All AME Churches in the area are blessed to have you back with us. Congratulations Robert Wright, Sr. Of Mount Olive AME Church was honored with a special day for his services. The Mayor presented him with a certificate and The Lay Organization gave him a beautiful cake with his picThur.>day Evening -YPWW7:30 P. M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry7:30 P. M. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue" (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.'T. Dkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. -------. MORNING WORSHIP11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's SUpper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org w of you Robert. God bless you McNair at 813-431-5215. c: and keep up the good work! Write to My Brothers 2 g Keep Ministry, P 0 Box F.Y.I. Indians Visited The Village The Yamassee Musko gee Nation visited Progress Village on Saturday, July 2181, with their Annual Pow-Wow. There was drumming, dancing, grilling, educational displays and all sorts of In dian pottery and paintings. Most were dressed in their native costumes. D 'eepest Sympathy The Villagers and Tiffany Doby and family extend prayers and condolences to Ms. lradean London Biggs, who recently lost her son. He was funeralized at Wil son Funeral Home Chapel on Saturday, July 28, 2012. You are a very special lady and we offer special prayers in your behalf. unru111 Pastor Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a .m. Evening Worship 5 p .m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome GRACE MARY MISSIOIARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3n9 B.DER TIIOMAS J. ED Pastor Early Morning Worship8 A M Sunday School9 :30 A.M. Morning Worship -10: 50 A M Bible Study, Wed. 7 P M THE PUBUC IS INVITED 89174, Tampa 33689 for free Continue to keep Presiw greeting cards for Florida in-dent Barack Obama and mates. family in your prayers. N Chess At The Public Library Remember our helper in the kitchen, Shulon's Kitchen 813-741-9760. Learn to play Chess at the 78th St. Library every SaturCall your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at 813735-7968. A benelit for the kjckoff of our "Love U2 Life." This o .rganizauon will adopt ca .ncer patient'i and be companions, prayer warriors, and a listening ear to those that are battling In o .rder ro act.'Qmplish our goal we need JUnds. So this is an event ro railfe funds. MARTI MACEO BLDG 1226 E. 71H AVE FL 33605 813-900-5522 Win.. -___ ,_ n PriJif Sll'llcl, TIISUJ I u. .... ....... Tit. .. .... 11.11 Ill., TIIHn'----IC.IIII=. 'IIIIII!CIIIII ... ___ ... ,. 4:11 BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. "(813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .. .. 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship .. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Churcb Wllerellle Love Of 6od Flows And Tile Holy Ghost Is In Full Collbol."


N 'I"'" M ..... (/) Elk Member Proposesl :::1 Ike Anderson, Elk :::1 <( member, proposed to his girlfriend, Charnell c Williams at the Elks Hall a: during Monday Night At lL The Elks." Several of their friends were there to witness the event. After he popped the ques tion Charnelle answered 'yes' without hesitation. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Ike Anderson places an engagement ring on the fin ger of Charnelle Williams. c a: I.L c z <( c (/) w :::1 ..... w > w c w l: (/) :::i m :::1 0.. z j::: w ...J ...J :::1 m ...J w z j::: z w (/) a: 0 ...J I.L 3404 E. Deleuil St., Tampa. Fl 33810 (Comer of 34th St. and Deleuil Aw.) (813) 525-8855 A "***'Y ltllfOwlng II 8Mr:t1*111 tllld II U. 01 .1M# Clltttlt "You .,. lnvfted to with u.r Ms. Lee was at the Elks Hall. Margo was there when the proposal took place. UNITY M.S. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 ELDER H H. HUNT PASTOR Sunday School t:30 A .M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED IR14>1fiOP Q.A YTON FERGUSON, JR. And PASTOR It El.DR DOROTHY FERGUSON Adult Sunday School-10 A.M. Youth Sunday SchooL10'30 A.M. Sunday Worship 11 A.M. Wednesday Bible Class__6 P.M. 1st & lrd Fri-Evangelist Svc 7P.M. 2nd & 4th FriYouth Svc 6P.M. Betty Jo Hopkins and Vickye Bryson were among the witnesses. TAMPA FOR MORE IN (81 ISTER VYIGIGIINS 53 COMEO OMEALLI FRIENDLY M.B. CHURCH 1901 CENTRAL AVE. TAMPA, FL 33602 # 813-223-4049 ANNUAL FAMILY & FRIENDS DAY SUNDAY,. AUGUST 12, 2012 ; WE WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME t. J I i ALL TO COME AN WORSHIP WITH US {:'' IN CELEBRATION AND FELLOWSHIP r:: IN THE LORD. P } P ASTOR FRIENDlY M.B. CHURCH Y GHOST HEAOOUARTERS" REV. JOHNNIE MILLER MRS. JOHNNIE MILLER -------SATURDAY, AUGUST 11,201218:00 P.M. Tickets: $151$25 for VIP** -$12 tor Groups of 10 or MOf'e '"*Includes Meet & Greet and Meal Center For Manifestation 3102 East Lake Avenue I Tampa, FL 33610 -Pr&-Event Free Back To-School Giveaways!Pw'chase tickets now at www.taoeentertaimnent.com For more information, call813--664-1419, 813-404-1906 or email us at tacetampaOyahoo.com ...... CiwiiiM


NUCP To Hold Monthly General MembershiP Meeting C) website at www. h illsborough-c: Members of the Hillsbor ough County Branch of the NAACP will hold their monthl y Gen e ral M embers hip Meeting on Thursday August 16, at 7 p m The meeting will take place in the Auditorium of the Child Development Center at St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 3708 E. Lake Avenue. The Deaconess Ministry is hosting the meeting and the host pastor is Rev. W D. Sims. One of the topics planned for discussion during the meeting is the upcoming election, the importance of regis tering and voting. They can also purchase tickets for the NAACP Buccaneers Family YO Center To Host BackToSchooiBash The Jackson Heights NFL YET Center is hosting the Friends and Family Back To School Bash on Saturday, August 4th. The purpose of the event is to give parents and children in the surrounding neighborhoods access to resources that will insure a healthy and productive school year. This free event will begin at 10 a. m at the YET Center, 3310 east Lake Avenue. Parking is available on site During the bash, there will be plenty of outdoor games, food, and surprise give-a-ways for families Parents will have the opportunity to sign their children up for free physicals and health exams Kids attending the bash will receive a free book bag just in time for school. The Friends and Family Back To School Bash" is sponsored by the Jackson Heights NFL YET Center, the Center for Manifes tation Worldwide East Tampa Business and Civic Association, and the Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival. To learn more about the Bash contact Diedra Anthony Willis at (813) 242 5346 or Diane Hart at (813) 748-0952. !Malflll GtUt. FriH Qicbl'" ,..., Oxteis S..tlio TrbJ Wilts SWt as M a." Fmll Flsll* .... ...... 'a...,.-Ctlla 6tlels-Swtef c..wy ....... ,. s.ca.ll CMar.r-1 s..tlln s ... t la.l T r.dt C..W. ..... ,..... & IIIKI -II SUNDAY ONLYII 11 A.M..4 P.M. EYE CATEIIIIG 3311 W. Cypress St. Tampa 33607 (....._ H ils & u..ll) (813) 727-7884 *email: mmterillg-....Lc & Friends Day planned for September 30th. Member s of the commu nity are encouraged to attend the meeting, ask questions and discu s s community-ori ented issues. Members of the commu nity are also encouraged to join the branch or renew memberships. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information can contact the Hillsborough County NAACP Branch Office at (813) 234-8683 or visit the naac p org. Dr. Carolyn H C ollins i s the Branch President; Rev. N Jay Jackson is the Religious g Affairs Chairman; and Ms. N Pat Spencer is the Branch Secretary. Sale Thursday, Aug. 2 thru Saturday, Aug. 4 "11 r-0 :!! c )> en m z :::1 z m r-m 399 c: r299 rm sale :::! z sale Luster's Pink SmocAI! Fantasia Hair Polisher TOUCh '*'i)'t AeOr IQ c: m Styling Gel16 oz. Glosser, 8 oz. c lilllilr ..... ....,.lllid. en ...... Mil ...,. ::I: m c m 1 m < m J:J < -4 c: m COLOR WITH IMPACT en c ,.. z c ., bltj1get1 50o/o Dr. Miracle's :!! c $1 off sale off Har Cit, 2 ., 8 oz. NcH.ye AelalrM Kl .......... ....,. ... ...................... 09nlc Root...., Clw OINo.I,Jt Rllmr Kit .... .............. ..................... $2 off sal e Milani Makeup The U8elrMFaPCIMW EYen-Tooofl PoMW Fotl1dalim : C) m (0 I m


Supervisor 01 Elections onice Corrects Mistake On Mailed Ballots Two weeks ago, the Office of the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections mailed absentee ballots to residents in one New Tampa community. The ballots contained a mistake that left and entire race off The race missing from the ballot was for the Democratic District 63 race for the Florida House. The race pits Mark Danish against Z. J. Hafeez. Travis Abercrombie, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office said the mistake was caught and the corrected ballots were mailed out on July 18th. He further said that because the mistake was on about 166 ballots, the error can b e tracked. "We mailed out the corrected ballots the next. day. We can track the status of those corrected bal lots to make sure they were correct. We're on top of the mis take and we have taken steps to follow up the first mail out. ------------------------------------OFFICIAL NON PARTISAN BALLOT I BOLETA OFICIAL NO PARTIDISTA -HILlSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA I CONDADO. DE HILLSBOROUGH, FLORIDA ----AUGUST 14,2012114 DE AGOSTO DE 2012 lU YOTE, coe.FlB'El Y FILL IN THE 01//lJ.. -NEXT TO YOUR CHOICE. ..u. t1l'tf. blldt pen. -you llllllla millllille, don't helbiiiO ask i:lr a new ballcl -you -or 1111111 olllf mns, your"'* may no1 count. SAMPLE BALLOT WITH ALL RACES PARA YOTAR REI..lNE TOTALMENre El If& COUNTY COURT JUDOE GROUP 3 (Valli for One) .lEZ DEL COfiW)() GRIJPO 3 (Valli par Uno) COUNTY COURT JUDOE GROUP 4 (Valli .. 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August 14 2012 The Florida Aquarium -Taylor Great Room, 701 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL 33602, 6 p. m. 8 p.m. August 15, 2012 Stetson University Smith Court Room, 1700 North Tampa Street Tampa, FL 33602, 6 p. m. 8 p. m. August 16, 2012 Kate Jackson Community Center 821 S. Rome Ave., Tampa, 336o6, 6 p.m. -8 p. m. All meetings are free and open to the public Representatives from the Tampa Police Department, Hillsborough County Sherriffs Office, Tampa Fire Rescue, Transportation and Parking Divisions, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority, Department of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management, and the Office of Special Events will be on hand to share information and answer questions. The City of Tampa will host the Republican National Convention from August 27, 2012 August 30, 2012. To find out more informa tion about the Republican National Convention includ ing road Closures and possi ble detours, please visit t.ampa&ov.net/RNC. Earlv Voting For Priman Begins BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday, July 30th, Early Voting began in Hiilsborough County. Residents can cast ballots at any one of several locations until Saturday, August nth, when Early Voting ends Anyone wishing to vote dur ing the election must have identification wjth a photo graph. The Hillsborough County Supervisor o f Elections Office list the fol lowing as forms of acceptable identification: 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 Asso-ciation Identification. The form of identification used must be current. Voters can cast ballots dur ing early voting at the follow ing 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, Valnco ; 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 Cros s 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 Way, Ruskin Registered voters 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 Country way 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 day to request the ballot is b y 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. The bal lots may also be dropped off at any of the precincts by 7 p.m.


Album Release Partv To Be First Dilts lind BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In the competitive world of hip-hop music, how do you re lease music that will get the attention of an audience that changes its taste practically overnight? J-Roc Jones and Jus Henry think they have the so lution. We capture the attention of our audience by letting them know it's not all about the music," said J-Roc. "You have to be a part of the crowd you're entertaining, J-ROCJONES and you have to be in tune with your audience .. On August uth at Ybor City's Crowbar Club, 1812 17th Street, the duo will feature a Students To Receive BackTo-School Haircuts BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A local college is offering complimentary haircuts to students. The haircuts will be offered beginning Monday, August 6th, through Saturday, August 18th. The Cuts For Kids Cam paign will take place on Salon at Remington, on the campus of Remington College, at 6302 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd., Suite 400. The hours are Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Salon is also open on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from s:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Parents of students 17 years of age and younger can call (813) 316-4470 to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins are also welcome. Adults who bring a child in for the event can also receive so% discount on select serv ices for themselves, including haircuts, styling, manicures and pedicures. Ken Heinemann, Remington College-Tampa Campus President said, "Cuts for Kids allows us to help parents save some money on back-to school expenses and helps children look and feel their best when they go back to school." The Remington College Cosmetology Program teaches students the art of hair, skin, and nail care through traditional classroom instruction and hands-on training. The students have to opportunity to gain the hands-on experi ence by working with real customers in a salon-style setting. Since the inception of the campaign, Remington College has provided more thari 8,ooo complimentary haircuts throughout the country. JUS HENRY "3oth birthday album release party." The event will feature per formances by Solo 350, J'nelle, TK Phresh, Hype Cuz, Mighty Jai, 2nice Annex, Touch The Sky Jinx, and others. The duo said selecting the Crowbar Club for their show was great, because unlike other clubs, it is specifically set up for entertainment. As far as the album, Refreshing, is concerned, they worked on it for a year. "A lot of thinking and effort went into this album. We took a step to see what was going on, but we re so polished, we know how to put our product out there. "Everything flows from talking with each other. We also visit other clubs to see what the other acts are doing, and how the crowd is reacting to their performance." J-Roc and Jus Henry said they don't worry about taking risks. People are apprehensive about not following trends. People don't think not to follow. They want to be a part of -t w the crowd. They're scared to take the hard road. "We think one innovative thing we've done is have a live band on stage with us. It brings an entirely new piece to what we do by making the au dience a part of our perform ance. Our band consists of the old and the new with mem bers ranging in age from their 20s to their 6os. The duo thanks PlaySta tion for sponsoring their show and there will be a PS3 Bundle Raffle that will include a 16og PS3 and 5 games. The first 20 people that enter the raffle will receive a PlayStation gift bag. The show will start at 10 p. m. ..... N -------------------------------OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT J BOLETA PRIMARIA OFICIAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY I PAR1100 DEMOcRAT A HILLSBOROUGH COUNTYJ FLORIDA I CONOAoo DE HIU.SBOROUGHr FLORIDA AUGUST 14, 2012/14 DE AGOSTO DE 2012 TO VOTE. Cot.R.ETELYFILLINTIOVAL-NEXT TO YOUR CHOICE -Use only a blacl< pen. l1!alui a !)MJ ll*l. -II you or mafce OCher marb, yoll'"'10411. may not count. SAMPLE BALLOT WITH ALL RACES PAAA VOTAR REu.ENE TOtAI..t.lEJ(('E a. OVALO-PROXIMO A SU .U. aolamenii ill ..sl usted berra 0 iJIIVEJWoL PRIMMY CONTE$T ELECCIONES PRNARIM UNIVERsAL CIRCUIT GROUP14 (vgtaforOne) LACORTE CIRCUITQ (V**porUno) JOimie a Byrd, Jr. M$11( R. WOlle COUNTY COURT JUDGE GROUP 3 (Vgja forOne) JUEZ OEL coti>ADO GRUP03 (V<*iporUno) COUNTY COURT JUDGE GROUP 4 (Vgjafar()ne) JUEZ DEL COIC)AI)O GRUPO 4 (VOle porlklo) SCHOOL IIOMO a&EER DI81'1WT7 (V* tor One) .. DISTRITQ7 ('/* porUriO) Joe Jordan-Rilbineon Teny l<8ml)le Carl Francis captain ea.r Kosiemwsld P8ECINCTCOMMITTEEJoWt. MIEMBRO. DEL:cown; PRECINTO 2IJ8 Howard F. Hams, Jr, pal Jesse .Meadow lEJil PIIEGINC'U211 t\WF

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Himes Ave Tampa Fl 33614 5201 N Armenia Ave, Tampa 33603-1407 4811 George Road Tampa 33634 -6236 4811 George Road Tampa 33634-6236 5101 N Rome Ave Tampa, 33603-1518 5103 N Central Ave Tampa, 33603 2215 5800 N Central Avenue Tampa 33604-7018 6918 N Florida Ave Tampa 33604-5560 6815 N Rome Ave, Tampa, 33604-5839 2526 W Sl i gh Ave Tampa, 33614-4341 8220 N Florida Ave Tampa 33604-3046 724 W 109th Ave, Tampa 33612-6611 709 W Linebaugh Ave, Tampa, 33612-7912 10401 N Florida Ave Tampa, 33612-6708 2707 W Waters Ave Tampa, 33614-1836 10902 N Armenia Ave Tampa 33612 -500 2 10902 N Armen i a Ave Tampa 33612-5002 2224 E. Corrine Street Tampa Fl 33605-6415 2101 Lowe Street Tampa 33605 3517 2511 E Columbus Dr, Tampa 33605-2849 3724 N 54th St Tampa, 33619-1424 3310 E Lake Ave, Tampa 33610-7876 1200 E Lake Ave Tampa 33605-1065 801 E Hillsborough Ave Tampa, 33604-7107 801 E Hillsborough Ave Tampa 33604-7107 2607 E Dr Martin Luther K i ng Jr Blvd Tampa 33610 5019 N 34th St. Tampa, 33610 -6519 6410 N 32nd St. Tampa Fl. 33610 6304 N 30th Street Tampa 33610-1419 6400 N 15th St Tampa 33610-3405 690 7 N Nebraska Ave Tampa 33604-4932 1611 E Bougai nvillea Ave Tampa 33612 7063 8116 N 37th St. Tampa Fl. 33604 8718 N 46th St Tampa 33617-6002 5030 E Busch Blvd Tampa 33617-5304 5030 E Busch B l vd Tampa 33617-5304 201 E. 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National Pres. Obama Administration Hopes To Help Black Students From To Career' WASHINGTON, DC -The Obama administration has launche d the first steps of an a mbitiou s plan to dra maticall y improve academic achievement among African-American students from the cradle to career. President Obama signed an executive order last week, which established the first ever White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for AfricanAmericans. The new initiat1ve will coordinate federal agencies various partners and communities nationwide. Its charge will include seeking PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA critical issue of Black student achievement. services; developing and retaining greater numbers of top-notch AfricanAmerican teachers and principals; reducing dropout rates and increasing college access; and expanding access to quality adult education, literacy, and technical programs. and sharing evidence-based C 'best practices' around the a: The initiative has sweep ing goals. They include providing African-American students with greater access to high-level, rigorous course work and support President Obama recently told an audience at the National Urban League convention in New Orleans, he wanted to ensure every child has greater access to a complete and competitive education from the time they're born," with pathways to high school and col lege graduation, and a productive career. LL c z c( c (/) w :: ..... > a: w > w c w :t: (/) ::::; m :: D.. z tu ...1 ...1 :: m ...1 w z i= z w (/) c( c a: 0 ...1 LL m I o:t .... I I I I I I I I I I I Earl Lennard Supervisor of Elections : 2614 Falkenbutg Rd. : Tampa, FlS3619 l TUESDAY, AUGUST 14 IS ELECTION DAY POUS OPN 7 AM TO 7 PM ON ruct10N DAY I Martes 14 de Agosto es el Dfa de Elecclones L.as Urnos Abnn de 7 AM o 7 PM tn fl DkJ de Eltcdonts m..sa, It youon elecdon day, you mutt -In yow polq piKe. MW sure you know wiMn your polti"C piece Is. 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Blouuer Who Outed Witness 9' In George Zimmerman Case Spew Racist Venom The blogger who revealed the name address, and photos of a cousin of George Zimmerman, the man charged with killing Trayvon Martin, has care fully guarded his own privacy Known on the Internet only as "Sundance Cracker," the anonymous blogger has posted potentially embarrassing personal information about several figures in the Martin case people who fellow posters at "Cracker's" website derisively call "Trayvonites." The punishment for supporting Martin's family, or for opposing Zimmerman, who has developed a following on some conservative blogs, is often to have intimate details including pho tos, posted to the site. This month, the site published photos and personal information about the woman known publicly as Witness 9 a female cousin of Zimmerman, who contactGEORGE ZIMMERMAN ed Sanford, Florida police two days after Zimmerman shot and ki11ed Martin, a Miami teenager visiting Sanford with his father. She told the officer she spoke with Zimmerman and his family dislike Black people, and that from the time she was eight years old, until around age sixteen, Zimmerman -who is two years older-sex ually molested her. Chicago Public Schools Panners With Groupon For Low Income Kids In Chicago CHICAGO -Because the children are our future and apparently the Chicago Public School system hasn t done its homework on profitable partners to buddy up with, Groupon has announced it's now taking donations on CPS' behalf to provide school sup plies to l owi ncome students Basically, people can pony up $11 or $18 to give kids basic back-to-school kits or a kit and a backpack, respec tively. A lot has changed for Groupon since last year when CPS first partnered up with the daily deal company for a similar opportunity to be charitable. Last year, more than 1,200 students received kits when approximately $15,000 was donated through Groupon


Peaches are not only great fresh; they are also fan tastic when barbecuing, in desserts and drinks, too! Give your grilling season a little pizzazz by adding a slice or dice of peaches. P{laehg T {Z8 5 cups cold water 1 cup orange juice 1 packs (2 qt. drink) Peach Flavor Iced Tea Mix 2 fresh peaches, sliced 1cup fresh raspberries 1cup fresh blueberries DIRECfiONS: Add water and juice to drink mix in large plastic or glass pitcher; stir until mix is dissolved. Stir in fruit. lf4 cup BBQ sauce, divided 1lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into 16 pieces 2 peaches, peeled, each cut into 8 pieces 8 slices bacon, slightly cooked, cut crosswise in half DIRECI'IONS: Heat grill to medium-high heat. Reserve 2 Tbsp. barbecue sauce. Stack 1 each chicken and peach piece; wrap with 1 bacon piece. Repeat with remaining chicken, peaches and bacon. Thread onto 4 skewers. Brush with remaining barbecue sauce. Grill12 to 14 min. or until chicken is done, brushing with reserved sauce the last 2 min. 1 tub (8 oz.) whipped topping, thawed 1 pt.' (2 cups) vanilla ice cream, softened 1 pkg. (3 oz.) Peach Flavor Gelatin 4 cups prepared pound cake cubes lf4 cup raspberry preserves 12 small fresh peach slices 12 fresh raspberries DIRECI'IONS: Mix cool whip, ice cream and dry gelatin mix in large bowl until well blended. Stir in cake; spoon into 8-inch square pan. Freeze 3 hours or until firm. Drizzle with raspberry preserves. Serve topped with fruit. "11 r-0 :a g en m z m r-m c: rr-!!l z "U c: m r-c;; % m c m < m -t c: m c )> z c "11 :a 6 ...... en I m


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"TT Habits That Hun women over 40 Part II Drinking Too Much Women are at greater risk for developing alcohol-re lated problems including breast cancer heart disease, alcoholism and alcoholic hepatitis. Women on aver age, weigh less than men and have less water in their bodies than men water helps dilute the alcohol. Hormone and aging also affect how they metabolize alcohol. More women than men show alcohol-related problems later in life ac cording to the National Insti tute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Health Note: The federal Dietary Guidelines for Amer icans call for 1 drink per day for women, compared with 2 drinks per day for men. Red wine is full of antioxidants. Dieting Too Much And Dieting Too little Many American women simply do not eat the right things, and their unbalanced diets lead to obesity, dia betes, high blood pressure, anorexia, heart disease, and other health problems. Health Note: The middle diet ground is a healthful diet that doesn t skimp on nutri tion or overdo empty calo ries. Nutritionists emphasize focusing on a mainly plant based diet featuring whole grains, whole frUits and veg etables, healthy oils, and fish what's generally known as the Mediterranean Diet. Its anti-inflammatory, high-an tioxidant benefits include a 33% reduced risk of develop ing metabolic syndrome. Being A Caregiver The average caregiver in the U.S. is a woman in her late 40s. Many are looking after both children and/or husbands and aging parents. With little time for adequate self-care, they're prone to "caregiving stress syn drome," a condition linked to a medical chart full of health problems, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol dementia, and back strain. More than 70% of family caregivers show signs of depression. Health Note: Caregivers are twice as likely to manage stress by smoking, binge drinking and emotional eat ing. When stress is managed with good self-care and time off many caregivers report a deeply enriching experience. Some caregivers even show improved longevity, better memory and better physical strength, as well as a sense of meaning and purpose. Unprotected Sex Although young adult women are most vulnerable to sexually transmitted dis eases (STDs), rates are rising in their mothers generation as midlife women reenter the dating scene after divorce or widowhood. Health Note: Barrier method contraceptives and regular testing dramatically lower the risk of disease for those reentering the sex scene after a long, monoga mous, relationship. 5 Health Benents 01 Collard Greens 1. The Antioxidant Benefits Of Collard Greens. As an excellent source of vitamin C, beta carotene, and manganese, and a good source of vita min E collard greens provide us with 4 core conventional antioxidants. 2. The Anti-inflammatory Benefits Of Collard Greens. As an excellent source of vitamin K and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids (in the form of alpha-linolenic acid, or ALA), collard greens pro vide us with two hallmark anti-inflammatory nutri ents. 3 Collard Greens And Cardiovascular Support. Of particular interest here has been the isothio cyanate (ITC) sulforaphane, which is made from gluco raphanin (a glucosinolate) found in collard greens. Not only does this ITC trigger anti-inflammatory activity in our cardiovascular sys tem, it may also be able to help prevent and even pos sibly help reC) c: C/) -t verse blood N 0 vessel damage. ...... N 4 Collard Greens And Digestive Support. The fiber content of collard greens-over 5 grams in every cup-makes this cruciferous vegetable a natural choice for digestive system sup port. You' re going to get 85% of your Daily Value for fiber from only 200 calories' worth ofcollard greens! 5 Other Benefits. Cur rent and potentially promis ing research is underway to examine the benefits of col lard greens in relationship to our risk of the following "TT inflammation-related conb ditions: Crohn's disease, in:!! flammatory bowel disease, g insulin resistance, irritable en bowel syndrome, metabolic m syndrome, obesity, rheumatoid arthritis, type 2 dia-z betes, and ulcerative colitis. J!! m c: r r !!l z "'CJ c: m r (i) ::1: m c m < m -t c: m C/) c )> z c "TT :!! c Tampa General Hospital is proud to be named the # 1 Hospital In Florida and one of 11 America's Best in nine specialties: Cardiology & Heart Surgery Neurology & Neurosurgery Diabetes & Endocrinology Orthopedics Nose & Throat Pulrnonology Geriatrics Urology Nephrology Additionally, TGH was designated high-performing in three other specialties: Caricer, Gastroenterology, Gynecology. We would like to thank our dedicated team of healthcare professionals for their outstanding patient care. For a referral to one of our phyeiciane, pleue caii1-8

N ..... 0 N of scrumptious foods. lii cs: ic( c Among the numerous guest witnessing this joyous occasion were the children of the bride: Isaiah Dunbar and Nat Lewis and the children of the groom: fE Lakeland Couple Shawn Brown. The flower girl, J aden Giles, decorated the path before the bride's processional. Marva Brooks, Carol Brooks-Harris, Errol Brooks, Beverly BrooksBoatwright, Charles Brooks, and Kevin Brooks; Jessie Newman, Ashley Oldham-Jackson, Dimiah Patterson, Ayana Dassie, Larry Mitchell, granddaughter of the groom, Novella Johnson; and Archie and Juanita Thompson. Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks! c a: u.. c z cs: c (/) w 1-fi: w > w c w l: (/) ::i m ll. z tu ..J Exchange Wedding Vows New beginnings are not just for the young! On the evening of Saturday, June 23, 2012, Charles Brooks, 93, and Dorothy R. Dunbar, 88, plighted there love, one to another. The ceremony was held in the C.H. Bolden Fellowship Hall of New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, in Lakeland, Reverend Kendrix J. Gardner, Sr., pastor. The opening song of the ceremony was rendered by renowned performing artist, A prayer was offered up by Evangelist Rodney Giles, who also served as the Officiator of the Words of Commitment, Exchanging of Vows/Giving of Rings and the Presentation of Husband and Wife. Beautiful solos were sung by Mr. Alan Bolden and Ms. Patricia Jones. After the benediction and blessing of the food, the newlyweds and their guests enjoyed a dinner of an array 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 County Prosecutor-DepuTy Chief EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 a. Up) Birthday Greetings Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a very special happy birthday to : former Haines City lady, Janet Taylor; Auburndale gent, Kurt Bradley; and Lakeland lady Katrina Holston .... all celebrating another natal day on August 6th Happy birthday wishes are also extended to Lakeland gent, Curtis Logan a.k.a. Brother Curtis, who will celebrate his birthday on August 9th. It is the hope of Yours Truly that each of you will enjoy a magnificent day of celebration and receive all of the gifts that your hearts desire! May the Lord bless each of you with many, many more years of life! S RODERICK 0. FORD 220 E Madison Ste. #1110 Tampa, FL 33602 www.fordlawf irm. org (813) 223-1200 Happy tooth Anniversary Girls Scouts! m Fonner U S Army Atty ...=. w z z w (/) cs: c a: 0 ..J u.. ..... Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK All girls in grades K -8 are invited to come party with the Girls Scouts of West Central Florida, on Saturday August 4 2012, from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. The host-site will be the Colton Meadows Comm-unity Room, 1919 W 10th Street in Lakeland. Girls must be accompa nied by a parent or guardian There will be cupcakes, give aways and Girl Scout activities at this Centennial Celebration. Those who are PERSONAL INJURY & AUTO ACCIDENTS Jimmie Butler BARBAS SANDERS BmER&HovsEPIAN AND OOUNSBLOitS Jtr LAW Katherine AgiiMo Automobile Accidents Boat/Jet Ski Accldent8 813-254-6652 Free t nlormatlon Concerning Oua l lllcatlons & Experience Available Upon Request. The hiring of an attorney Is an I mportant decision that should not be bassed so l ely upon advertlsemants Before you decide, ask us to send you free written in formation interested can also join the Girls Scouts troop. For more information, contact Ayana Weaver at (863) 703-0808. We hope to see you there! Lakeland Housing Authority's Employee of the Month JENNIFER MCDOWELL During the month of June, the Lakeland Housing Authority proudly congratu lated Jennifer McDowell as the agency s Employee of the Month-June 2012. Ms. McDowell is a staff member of the Authority's finance department. She is a valuable asset to the Authority. She exemplifies the characteristics and work ethic that makes the Authority great. Along with have a pleasant and helpful personality, Ms. McDowell is always wihing to help others within her department or any other Authority department. She has taken on and successfully completed pro jects that required a lot of time, effort, accuracy and effective communication with other staff members. Congratulations, Jennifer McDowell. Keep up the great work! Shaw-NtifShout-Out! This week Shaw-Nuf Talk gives a Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out to Mrs. Audrey Sherman (formerly Williams), who is visiting her parents, Elder James E. and Mother Lillie P. Williams, in the Tampa area. It was sooooooooooooo great to see you on Sunday! And you're looking good, girl! The new 'do' looks good on you! Mrs. Sherman is the former Director of the Church of God by FaithTampa WestCoast District Choir. May the blessings of the Lord continue to be upon you and your family! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo. .c.!lm or calling (863) 5138437. Shaw-NtifTalk will share your exciting news with the readership! Well-Known Couple Exchange Wedding Vows In the presence of family and friends, Dorothy R. Dunbar and Charles Brooks exchanged wedding vows at the New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church C .H. Bolden Fellowship Hall in Lakeland on June 23, 2012. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf) The groom and bride, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Dorothy) Brooks, after they were joined together in holy matrimony. Daughter of the groom, Ms. Beverly Brooks Boatwright, daughter of the groom, is shown with wedding guest, Larry Mitchell.


I ., ::1:1 c l: C) c tn -1 $') N HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) EMERGENCY GENERATORS MAINTENANCE No. 12-534-805 Request for Information (RFI) for Emergency Generators Maintenance will be received from f i rms by the Authority at Tampa International A i rport Offices located at 4100 George J. Bean Parkway Suite 3311, Main Terminal 3rd Floor, Blue Side Tampa Florida 33607. Solicitation documents and detailed requirements w ill be ava i lable on the Tampa International Airport website at www.tampaairport.com, Common Links Airport Business, Not ice of Solicitat i ons, on August 1, 2012 INVITATION TO BID The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY hereby issues Public Notice of its i ntention to receive sealed b i ds at the office of the Authority located at 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway Tampa Florida at which time bids will be opened and publicly read aloud. Sealed bids are invited for the following: BID #12-12 PORTABLE TOILET RENTAUSERVICE, RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM BID OPENING DATEITIMEILOCATION: TUESDAY, AUGUST 14,2012@ 10:00AM AT THE TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY OFFICE Bid packages will be available for distribution and pickup at the Tampa Sports Authority office after 10:00 am on Monday, July 30, 2012 or online at www.tampasportsauthority.com. Further deta i ls and specif i cations may be obta i ned from the office of the Tampa Sports Author i ty by calling (813) 350-6500 Extens i on 6511. Please contact M ike Davis at (813) 350-6505 if a s i te visit i s needed The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive irregularities if any and accept the b id, which i n the judgment of the Author ity, is determ i ned to be in its best interest. Dated at Tampa, Florida thi s 2001 Day of July 2012. /ssl Jeanette Baker of Finance & Administration TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY Voters Registration-You have Until Ocl'. 9'1-h To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Ocl'. 28 Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida General Election Nov. 6 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ABANDONED VEHICLES LEFT AT TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Notice is hereby given that property abandoned at Tampa Internat i ona l Airport will be sold by publ i c outcry as prov i ded by law on Saturday. August 11. 2012 at 9:00A.M. if not claimed by the rightful owner thereof. Such public auction will be held at the Tampa Mach i nery Auction, Inc., located at 11720 US Highway 301 North, Thonotosassa Flor i da THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL BE offered for sale by competitive b i dding AT THE TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC., and will be sol d to the highest bidder: DATE IMP# YEAR MAKE/MODEL COLOR VIN# ABANDONED 1088 2004 PontiacN ibe B lack 5Y2SL62854Z410753 01/25/11 1287 2002 Dodge/Caravan Gray 2B4GP44362R515807 06/17/11 1316 2003 Mercedes/C340 Silver WDBNG70J23A372584 08/15/11 1336 1997 Hyundai/Eiantra Blue KMHJF24M9VU584728 08/22/11 1376 2000 Ford/Explorer White 1 FMZU62XOYUA44881 9/20/11 1377 1996 Chevrolet/Cavalier White 1G1JC524XT7105206 09/21/11 1433 1995 Lexus/4dr White JT8GK13T6S0077154 10/25/11 1482 2000 Mitsubishi/Galant Burg andy 4A3AA46G9YE150018 11/26111 1495 1994 Nissan/ 4dr Black 1N4BU3108RC196738 11/26 /11 1555 1999 Mazda/626 G reen 1 YVG F22C 1 X5891276 01/ 21/12 1570 1990 Chrysler/ 4dr Maroon 1C3XY66R5LD756053 0 1/25/12 1588 1997 Chevrolet/S 1 0 Green 1GCCS1444VK129817 02/08/12 1674 1996 Ford/Explorer Green 1 FMDU32P5TZA64984 03/30/12 The Hillsborough County Aviat ion Authority/Tampa Machinery Auct ion, Inc. reserves the right to remove any vehicle from the auction at any time and to rej ect any or all bids. Vehicles will be sold "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY COVENANTS OR WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE ON THE PART OF THE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY [TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION. INC Vehicles will be on display from 7 : 30A.M. to 9 : 00A.M. on the day of sale Questions concerning the sale may be addressed to Lori Lowenthal, at 813/870-7855 no later than 2 : 00 P.M. on Friday August 10. 2012 or the Tampa Mach i nery Auction at 813 / 986-2485 on August 10. 2012. before 5 : 00P.M Not i ces will be posted at the Tampa Internationa l A i rport Impound Vehi cle Storage Lot located at 4812 W. South Avenue Tampa, Florida and in the Adm i nistrative Off ice lobby areas on the third floor of the Ma i n Termi nal and second floor of the Air port Admin i strat ive Off i ces and Conference Rooms at Tampa International A i rport 4160 George J Bean Parkway, Suite 2400 A i rport Administrative Offices and Conference Rooms 2nd Floor Red Side, Tampa, FL 33607 II EMPLOYMENT Drivers: Local G r eat Pay & Benefits Home Everyday Pai d HolidaysNacations 401K COL-A w/X End Schoo l Grads Accepted 866-358-3937 MCA Need A Job? Become A Member First Regi ster@ www.tvcmatrix.com/tellnotsell Then Call (813) 666-5JOB (813) 666-5562 The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Estate Telemarketing Sales Must Have Great Sa l esmansh i p Skills In House Lead Base High Pay-Outs Immediate Advancement Paid Trai n ing $24k $50k Start Immed i ately Call Basia McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 II I I FOR RENT USF Area 13050 N. 20th Street 2 Story 2 Bedroom Town home Free Water Optional Washer/Dryer Section 8 Ok Free One Month Only $685 00 Call 813-220.3633 C::::hcoc::lc. '-..J!-. <.:> .... Fa.c.-ebc..-. 'kill! www ... twltter.cc......-./ FLS E ........ -.-I,....,ELU II ., r-0 ::1:1 tn m z :::! z m r-m c r r m :::! z "'a c m r-(jj ::::1: m c m < m -1 c m tn c ?< )> z c ., ::1:1 c ?<


c a: u. c z < c f/) w ::::) ..... w > w c w ::1: f/) ::::i m ::::) Q. z ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z i= z w f/) a: 0 ...J u. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO. EMPLOYEE BASIC TERM LIFE & ACCIDENTAL DEATH & DISMEMBERMENT BENEFITS The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting Request for Proposals (RFP) from qualified firms or individuals interested in providing Employee Basic Term Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Group Insurance Coverage. All interested firms will obtain a copy of the RFP Instruct i ons and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101 Channel side Drive 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602 Submittals are due by 1 :00 p m., Wednesday, August 22 2012. Responses w ill be opened at 1 : 00 p.m. on the same date. TPA will hold A MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL TELECONFERENCE on Monday, August 13, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. TPA will only accept proposals submitted by firms participating in the telec onference. See Section A, Paragraph 1.1 of the RFP for teleconference details. AFP Submittals shall include a letter indicating the Firm's interest and completion of the AFP Documents including a Vendor's Questionna ir e Firms failing to submit the required AFP Documents may be deemed non-responsive to the RFP. The AFP i s availab le through the DemandStar System (www.demandstar.com) or through a link on the TPA web site (www.tampaport.com). TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the subm i ttals. Questions concerning this RFP should be directed Donna Casey of the TPA's Procurement Department at (813) 905-5044, e-mail !it dcasey@tampaport.com, or faxed to (813) 905-5050. INVITATION TO BID Kamminga & Roodvoets Inc invit es all Florida Department of Transportation Ce rtified DBE Subcontrac t ors 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 (ACP) Signs, Sodding Staking & Survey Striping, Taxiway Lighting, Taxiway Painting, Testing Trucking & Hauling and Video The above list is only a partial breakdown of tl:le scope of work available. Plans and Specifications are available for review in our office, 5219 Cone Ad 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 g Aoodvoets Inc. strongly encourages any DBE firm interested in quoting to our office. Submit your written proposal to Kamminga & Aoodvoets, 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 49Ct=R Part 23. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. Q-Q03-12 ECONOMIC IMPACT ANALYSIS The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) i s soliciting Request for Qualifications (AFQ) from qualif ied firms or individuals interested in providing consultant services for the Economic Impact Study of the Port of Tampa All intere sted firms will obtain a copy of the RFQ Instructions and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101 Chimnels ide Drive 4th Floor Tampa, FL 33602 Submittals are due by 1:00 p .m., Thursday, August 23, 2012 Responses w ill be opened at 1 : 00 p m on the same date TPA will hold A MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL TELECONFERENCE on Monday August 13, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. TPA will only accept proposals submitted by firms participating in the teleconference. See Section A, Paragraph 1.1 of the RFQ for teleconference details. AFQ Submittals shall include a letter indicating the F irm' s interest and completion of the AFQ Documents including a Vendor's Questionna ire. F irms failing to submit the required AFQ Documents may be deemed non-responsive to the AFQ. The AFQ is available through the DemandStar System (www.demandstar.com) or through a link on the TPA web site (www.tampaport.com). TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE partic i pation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the submittals. Questions concerning this AFQ should be directed to Donna Casey of the TPA's Procurement Department, at (813) 905-5044 e-mail at dcasey@tampaport.com or faxed to (813) 905-5050. I 1.:;;;;;;;;;;1 =LE=GA=L N=OT=IC=E 1.:;;;;;;;;;;1 ==FO=R R=EN=T 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 St. Croix located at 722 Eatl Avenue, in the County of HlllibQrough, in the City of TamRI, El2[1da 33612 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State Tallahassee, Florida Dated at TamRB. El2rlda, this 3..1.11 day of July. 2012. 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