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DON'T FORGET TO VOTE!! SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 103 TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2012 24 PAGES 75 fasr Tampa Post Oftice Named For Rev. Abe Brown SEE PAGE 3 Cameras Planned To Combat Illegal Dumping SEE PAGE 7 GunAndDruu Dealer Sentenced To31Years SEE PAGE 18 STUDENTS GO SCHOOl SUPPliES FROM THE TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS The Tampa Bay Buccaneers distributed about s,ooo book bags last week to various nonprofit organizations and recreation centers throughout the area. Each bag was filled with a variety of school supplies. A group of young people from the Jackson Heights NFL-YET Center were there to receive their book bags. Young people showing off their book bags at 1 Buc Place are: Destiny Lee, Da'john Black, Malija Dye, Samaria Ferguson and Aviance Whitehead. (Photograph by BRUNSON)

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.,... More Than 20,000 Cast Ballots During c en w ..... Earlv Voting Period BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The first of an n-day Early Voting period began on Monday, July 30th, in Hills borough County. During that period, which ended on Sat urday, August nth, 20,197 registered voters cast at the designated Early Voting sites. The Jimmie B. Keel U brary drew the largest num ber of voters and the lowest turnout took place at the North Tampa Public Ubrary. The votes totaled at each location are as follows: Fred B. Karl County Center, 795; Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 1,091; Bloomingdale Library, 2,641; and C. Blythe C Andrews Library, 1,129. fE Other libraries where votes were cast include Jan Platt Library, 2,315; Jimmie B. Keel Library, 2,781; and New Tampa Library, 1,039; North c z c( c en w ..... it w > w Tampa Library, 565; Bruton Memorial Library, in Plant City, 1,435; Riverview Branch.Library,894;and SouthShore Library, 1,453 Registered voters also cast ballots at Temple Ter race Library, 1,503; Town N' Country Library, 974; Upper Tampa Bay Library, 944; and West Tampa Library, 638 The largest number of people cast ballots, 2,708 votes, took place on August nth, the last day of voting. The lowest number of votes cast took place on the first day of Early Voting with 1,256 ballots case on July 30th. Registered v oters who did not participate during the Early Voting period can cast ballots during the Primary Election on Tuesday, August 14th when the winner of some o f the local elections are expected to be deter mined. c w :::1: en :::i m Q. z tu ..J ..J m ..J w z FREE Professional Service The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... (PIP lllMIICe Needed) !z Service w Support and Help from the : beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries o Neck Pain Back Pain it Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle &,...;;tf6n+c! Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And More ... "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To You Tube and punch The Patty Shuffle CJ Avalable 24 Hours A /7 Days A Week ....... .. Hearing Set For Dual Election law svstem Last year, Elections laws for the majority of Florida residents changed. However, resi dents in the 5 counties covered by the Voting Rights Act are challenging the state's dual election systems. Last year, Republican Governor Rick Scott signed a law that changed voting rules. Two sections of the 20n law being chal lenged: the number of days allowed for Early Voting; and the section that requires that will force voters who change out of the county ad. dresses on Election Day to cast provisional ballots. Democratic State Senator Arthenia Local Joyner, theACLU and the National Council ofla Raza challenged the new law stating that the state violated rule-making requirements b y telling Supervisors of Elections in 62 coun ties to follow the new law. The other five counties, including Hillsborough County, are covered under the Voting Rights Act and must have approval from the Justice Department. Under the Voting Rights Act, the Depart ment of Justice has approved 77 other areas of the new law. Administrative Law Judge Thomas Crapps will hear the argument and issue a ruling on August 24th. Three Students Chosen As THA ScholarshiP Recipients ... Tampa Bay Technical High School Graduate BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, three recent high school graduates will be honored during an awards luncheon. The Tampa Hous ing Authority is honoring the graduates as part of its Hous ing Heroes Scholarship Pro gram. The luncheon will take place Friday, at the Double Tree Hotel, 4500 W. Cypress Street, beginning at n a.m. The event will open with a silent auction. The theme for the lunch eon this year is "Achieve ment Results From Work Realizing Ambition." Adam Ant will per form at the event. Traditionally, the Tampa Housing Authority has se lected students who reside in public housing to receive the scholarships This year, dur ing their 12th Annual Schol arship Program, the organization has selected three students who reside in Hillsborough County. Ms. Courtni Jenkins is a 20n graduate of Howard .. Blake School of the Arts Graduate W. Blake High School. She will attend Hillsborough Community College. James Elisaint and Derrell Thompson are both graduates of Tampa Bay Technical High School. James will attend Florida International University in Miami. Derrell will attend West Florida University. All three are recipients of the Dr. Mar garet Fisher Housing Heroes Scholarship Awards. Jerome Ryans, Presi dent and CEO of the Tampa Housing Authority said, "We believe that assisting y oung people in our community will essentially provide a divi dend that will ultimately help the next generation of young men and women. It is our re sponsibility to make sure that scholarship opportunities like this one continue to flourish and expand. Ms. Lillian Stringer, Director of Public Relations for the Tampa Housing Au thority said, "It has been my desire to help those who have a passion for higher educa tion, but sometimes lack the ... Tampa Bay Technical High School Graduate financial and tangible sub stance to help get there. I was that young person that didn't think college was for some one like me until a teacher identified my potential and lit a fire under me that was not ever put out. Since the inception of the program, 45 students have received scholarships for a total of $90,000. In addition to the monetary award, each recipient receives a set oflug gage and a laptop with a car rying case. The Housing Authority has set a goal of raising $50,000 through ticket sales and the silent auction to sup port the scholarship pro gram.

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-t _n_ea __ tu __ res---------------------------------------------------------------------------m Familv 11 Popular Athlete Donates His Organs The family of Orenthal J. Murdock donated his or gans after his death. The pop ular athlete died on July 30th, of an apparent suicide. His brain tissue was do nated to researchers who are studying the impact of repet itive traumatic head injuries. His mother made the deci sion after being contacted by researchers after his death. His other useable organs were donated to LifeLink. Murdock, 25, was a standout athlete who excelled in football and track and field. He graduated from Middleton High School in 2005. He continued his edu cation at Fort Hays State 0. J. MURDOCK 2/15/1987 -7/30/2012 University. At the time of his death, he was a member of the Tennessee Titans. Boston University is conducting the research on Chronic Traumatic En cephalopathy (CfE). CTE is a progressive de generative brain disease that results from repeated blows to the head. Studies show that the disease affects boxer. However, recent data has shown it affects other ath letes as well, includh;:rg foot ball players. The university also re ceived brain tissue from for mer NFL player Junior Sean who died in May of a gunshot wound to the chest. Sean's death has been ruled a suicide. Murdock's death is still under investigation. Mother Continues To Mourn Her Son's Murder On July 28, 2001 James T. Davis, Sr. was murdered and his case was never solved. The father of four would have celebrated hi s 32nd birthda y on April 21st. According to Tampa Po lice, Davis and some friends were leaving Club XS on Franklin Street downtown and stopped to buy food from a vendor in a parking lot close to the club. Police said at 2:44 a. m., Davis had gotten his food, JAMFS DAVIS, SR. The Florida Senti.Ji.el Bulletin Let (iaceta The Tampa Bay Times The Tampa Tr.i:bu;ne The TeamSters Union The Fraternal oNer of P9lice National Women's Po)ftlcal eaucu. West C'entriil Fl PM .TampaP&\ ..... Tampa fireftghten'i'54 Hillsboroqb 'Cowty We.t.Ceobal Election Cam Head uar.ta:s .. pillgll,. q '' E. MLI{Blvd. SWte A Tuesday, August J4th 7:]0 pm-Until and was walking away when he was shot His mother, Mattie Davis, still hasn t gotten over the pain of burying her son, and it's even more painful for her t hat his killer has never been arrested. "I think about my son every day. I still want the law to find the person who took him away from us. There was a witness to his murder that needs to step forward and tell what they know. It would be the right thing to do for our family, and we deserve some closure. "James left behind four sons : James, Jr., Jacquez, Jaden, and Mario. They are all fine athletes, just like James, and they remind me so much of him Ms. Davis said her daily prayer is to thank God for rid ing them through this 11 year storm. "It hasn't been easy, be cause the memories linger on. No one had the right to take his life away from him, and I wish he could be here to see how his sons have grown up. He would be so proud of them." Police spokesperson, Janelle McGregor, said over the past 11 years, they have followed up on every tip they've received. "We will continue to follow up until the person responsi ble for Davis' death is ar rested and convicted of this tragic crime. We know that there were plenty of witnesses that night around the club, and we hope they will find it in their hearts to come forward and share what they saw with us, so that we can bring the Davis family some closure." East TIIDPI Post ODice Dedication Cere10onv Held c )> c: G') c: KATHY CASTOR U.S. Congresswoman BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several months ago, Patrick Donahue, Post master General for the U. S. Postal Service, announced the possible closures of more than 3,700 post offices. The Produce Station on East Hillsborough Avenue was on that list, but an outcry from the community successfully lobbied to keep it open. U S. Rep. Kathy Castor was among those working to protect the Post Office. After it was saved from closure, Rep. Castor submitted a bill to have the facility renamed in honor of the late Reverend Abraham Brown, a popular East Tampa resident. The U. S. House passed the bill in June, and the U. S. Senate passed earlier this month. Last Friday, Presi dent Barack Obama signed the bill into law. On Monday afternoon, Rep. Castor, family members of Rev. Brown, and other members of the community gathered for the dedication ceremony. V.EIIIJ an 111111 n 2112 EIICIIIIIIJ ... 14,2112 REV. ABRAHAM BROWN A Tampa native, Rev. Brown died nearly two years ago. After graduating from Middleton High School, he completed his education at Florida A & M University. Rev. Brown returned to ., Middleton High School his 5 alma mater, where he taught ':D classes. He served as an assisC tant football coach at Middleton High School and eventually became the Head :::! Coach at Blake High School. Z He retired from Chamberlain High School as Dean of Boys. aJ In the mid 1970s, Rev. Brown launched a program to visit prisons and offer help :::! to ex-offenders. As the Prison Z ., c: m r c;; m c Crusade grew, Rev. Brown provided transportation to various prisons in the state so that family members could visit. The organization was later renamed "Abe Brown Ministries." m Rev. Brown also served as the senior pastor at First Baptist Church of College Hill. He died in September 2010 after a bout with cancer. Rev. Brown was 83 years old. 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Subscriplions-$44.()().6 Months Both Editions : $87. Cl0-Per Year Both Ecltions Oplnlone epreseed on edlloltel peges of this by Colurmlsls or G<.-wrt1ers, do not nec:eesaoily rellecllhe eclhorial stance of The Flortdll Sentinel ...or 11e Publloher One Moses Is Not Enough p erhaps, what perplexes us most is a recent state-ment by former civil rights activist, Reverend William Owens, Sr., who says his organization CAAP (Coalition of African American Pastors) does not mean to become political when it urges other Black preachers and Black America to turn their backs on President Barack Obama because of his stance on gay a; marriage. LL. Says Owens, "We want to make this very clear .. We C are not Democrat or Republican. This is not the plat :i form of any political party. It is our conscience. We will vote for what is right and what is scriptural." Then 0 he says, "We're asking Black America to step up to the en plate and do the same." "Say what?" tWhat could such stepping up to the plate by Black America accomplish? One doesn't have long to wait for an answer to Reverend Owens, Sr.'s challenge. It w came from his own son. C Says Reverend Owens, Jr., such a response by Black American voters would, no doubt, benefit Conserva en tive candidates. This is what we know. President Barack Obama de ::l serves to be re-elected. In order for his successful re election, he must have support of Black American i= voters. However, what we don't want to do, as Black voters, is to remove ourselves from a fight that we ..J could have won if we had only stayed in the ring. ::l m ..J w z i= z w en Min Ro01nev, Show Us Your Monev To put it politely, we are astounded. that more voters have not seen fit to challenge Mitt Romney's re-fusal to release his income tax returns. After all, Romney is only the Republican Party's candidate for the most important job in the world. Certainly, Romney didn't learn such reluctance from his father who released 12 years of his tax returns when he ran for President, years ago. So, where does such bad behavior come from? Could it be that Romney's false "Obama-sends-American-jobs-overseas" chickens are about to come home to roost when voters see the real culprit is Mitt? Furthermore, how might voters react when they find how many millions of dollars Romney currently has stashed in Swiss banks? And how could anyone forget the windfall Mitt received from his investment in Bain Capital, a company known for outsourcing American jobs overseas? Does anyone really care? Is Romney's reluctance to show his underwear the real issue, or has America's ego suddenly had second thoughts about electing an African American native son? : We say, there's only one way to balance the books g and restore America's confidence: MR. ROMNEY, SHOW US YOUR MONEY! :IIrJiDBilS IT!T@ifilftJfFn118inl iT! 1T1 I U. SENATOR SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 1 I Bill Nelson Susan Valdes I I I I STATE REPRESENTATIVE SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 3 1 1 DIST. 61 Cindy Stuart I I Betty Reed I I STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST. 63 I No Recommendation I SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS Thomas Scott COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 2 Victor Crist CIRCUIT JUDGE GROUP 14 Mark Wolfe COUNTY COURT JUDGE GROUP 3 AnnOber COUNTYCOURTJUDGEGROUP4 Barbara Twine SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 5 Doretha Edgecomb I SCHOOL BOARD DIST. z Joe Robinson I I I I PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN : PRECINCT 209 Howard Harris, Jr. PRECINCT 633 William McBride, Jr. PRECINCT 325 Molbert Scrivens I I I I I I I COUNTY COURT JUDGE GROUP 12 PRECINCT 651 I Matt Lucas No Recommendation I

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oroscopes Bold And The Beautiful-Hope selects a date and location for her and Liam s second wedding; Steffy takes Liam for a night on the town to show him what it's like to be free; Thomas and Caroline's relationship grows while they spend the after noon with Danielle. Steffy tries to convince Liam that he shouldn't marry Hope again; Bill is put on the spot when Katie questions his involvement with Deacon's untimely appearance in Italy; Stephanie voices her reservations about Liam and Hope s marriage. Hope spends a great deal of time planning her wedding; Stephanie has a health scare that prevents Hope from keeping her dinner plans with Liam; Liam feels rejected, but he refuses to sit home alone and sulk about it. Days Of Our Lives Sami surprises EJ and Will with her announcement; a triage center is set up at the pub; Jack, Jen nifer and Cameron try to reach Abigail, who's stuck in an ele vator; Ian pours his heart out to Madison; a trapped Nicole fears she's in labor Roman awakens and worries about Sami; Lucas passes out; Jack deals with flashbacks related to his PTSD; Daniel gets injured while trying to get to Nicole; Thea reunites a young girl with her mother. John is driven to find Brady; Chad and Gabi try to get out of the tunnels; Kate and Ian have a confrontation; Chad sees Melanie in Brady's arms; Daniel worries when he can't find Nicole. General Hospital Sonny proposes to Kate; Lulu reveals the results of her pregnancy test to Dante; Alexis is in danger. Todd and Heather make a deal.; Luke wants answers about Heather s accomplice; Carly fears for Josslyn. Joe Jr. has a sur prising connection to someone in Port Charles; Starr may catch Trey plotting with his father; John McBain and Jason are forced to work together. Young And The Restless Sharon and Nikki come to blows over Victor's absence, while Lauren takes a risk to help Paul. Nick pressures Victoria to come back to work at Newman, while Billy presses Tim for dirt on Phyllis. Tucker helps Sharon assert her new power at Newman Enterprises, while a mystery woman manipulates Cane and Genevieve. HOROSCOPES Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) --Finish up a project today and to morrow. Apply thought to streamline the process. Demand more from yourself. Don't go into debt in a moment of passion. Vn-go {Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Friends are a big help. Be sure to appreciate them. Launch your next adventure or project soon. Accept an opportunity to advance. Household tasks may have to wait Libra {Sept. 23-0ct. 22) --The foreseeable future is good for decision-making. Consider public service. Find the perfect balance between love and career. Keep it mellow for a while. Scorpio {Oct. 23-Nov. 21) --An unlikely dream could be possible now, take notes for future reference. What you have is worth more than you thought, and your ideas are getting bet ter. Sagittarius {Nov. 22-Dec. 21) --There's an opportunity for reinvention, especially these days. Note items that still need correction, and create something new Love feeds your soul. Capricorn {Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Take the opportunity for romance. You're gaining points. Let advancement occur natu rally. Things get worked out. Get promises in writing. Aquarius {Jan. 20-Feb. 18) --Get to work! It helps to keep it simple. Don't try to be two places at the same time. Don 't worry about money now, just focus on creating it. Pisces {Feb. 19-March 20) --The next few days are good for playing and explorin_g new creative outlets. Painting a pic ture helps clean up your head. Make sure you understand what others expect. Aries {March 21-April19) --Handle home repairs today and tomorrow. Watch the magic at work. You're rewarded with sweet satisfaction. Visualize perfection. It's not a good time to travel. Taurus {April 20May 20) -When was the last time you wrote a love letter on real paper and sealed it with a kiss? The next two days are great for sharing words of affection. Gemini {May 21-June 20) -Drive with caution. You're entering a financial developmental cycle. Show yourself the money without losing sight of your main objective, love. It's possible not to confuse the two. Cancer {June 21-July 22) --Take a while to be awesome, but not arrogant. Be a leader by letting your partner take the lead. Find a treasure hunter for your trash. Your imagination soars. These four fashionistas modeled their designer outfits for a well-pleased audience: (Top Row, L-R) Jean Holland and Ethel Harris. (Bottom Row, L-R) Louise Herron and Alma Hemmingway. .jg C) m c.n

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Black Women Love Jesus Over the years, I've met a lot of good men who've strugg led with their religious identity at one point or another. Most lik e myself, were ra is ed in Christian households Th ey were drug kicking and screaming, to school on Sundays. On Easter, the y were dressed up in colorful suits to hear the s to ry of a Resurrec tion. Then afterwards, they were allowed to look for hidden treats left by a mysterious egg laying rabbit. And, more than likely, they also probably once played a role in an annual play commemorating the birth of the savior of mankind while anticipating the presents they would receive later from a fat guy in a red suit. It is no wonder why, as they grew older, many of these men C began to have inner conflicts fE with the teachings oftheir in C herited faith. For the ones who Z began to learn more about c( themselves the idea of follow ing a faith they believed was C forced upon their ancestors (fi during slavery to promote pas sivity, was too much to endure. For others it came down to being fed up with the numerW ous holes that they felt consti i:; tuted much of the Bible. Their c inability to find anyone who W could provide valid answers to their numerous questions :::::; drove them into different di m D.. z i= w ..J ..J ID rections. Their se arch for a greater understanding led a number of these individuals to turn to be liefs such as Islam, ancient African spirituality, Moorish Science The Nation of Islam, TheN ation of Gods and Earths irl and Rastafarism to fill their Z spiritual voids. While an equal !z number of these men, who w viewed all religions as folly for 0 the unenlightened, simply be came non-believers it Though they each chose a 0 different path the main prob lem they all encounter when it comes to finding a good woman to accompany them on their individual journeys is the unsettling fact that their pick ings are slim For every Erykah Badu type that they perceive to be open-minded, there are 400 Yolanda Adams types who have sold out mind, body, spirit and soul for Jesus Christ. Since the numbers aren't in their favor, some of these men have resorted to desperately trying to convince their Chris tian female counterparts to cross the divide. What they often realize too late is that, by comparison touching the sun would be easier. I discovered this by chance when I had the gall to suggest to my late-grandmother that CD the historical Jesus was, more w CJ than likely, of African descent. The look she gave me was all I needed to confirm that I had, in deed stepped on her freshly washed toes Apart from making my sta te ment seem blasphe m ous she made it clear that s h e felt that I'd lost my damn m ind. And it didn't matter what Revelations 1:14-15 said. I learned then that when i t comes to a die-hard Christian woman, particularly if she's Black and from the south, whatever you believe keep it to yourself. The bottom line is that she doesn t care. When it comes to her faith, she's going to believe what she was raised to believe She isn't the least bit inter ested in knowing why the sin gularity of God in Genesis 1:1 contradicts with the plurality written in the first sentence of Genesis 1:26. And you'll never get her to stop eating bacon or pork chops because she was taught that it's not what goes into a person 's mouth that defiles them, it's what comes out. Mentioning King James' sordid history as a closet ho mosexual who murdered his young lo v ers and victimized women won't even get her to blink. In fact, she ll tell y ou that it has nothing to do with the inspired word. And the idea that the Bibl e was written esoterically, with all of the sto ries being metaphors, will sound absolutely ridiculous, be ca use as far as she's con cerned, i t 's more than plausi ble that Jonah could have actually lived in the bell y of a whale for three days. If she's an Eastern Star who's absorbed a little light, you might get a receptive audi ence if you ask her to explain why she says the name of the ancient Egyptian god, Amen, at the end of her prayers? But if she's anything less, expect to be doused with holy water and hit across the head with a crucifix. In the book, The 48 Laws Of Power, the j8th law states that you should, think as you like, but behave as others." When it comes to Black women and their faith, I can t think of a better route to take. So if you're a man reading this who doesn't necessarily subscribe to the Christian faith, but you have your eyes set on a beautiful, cool sister who's a foot-stomping soldier for Jesus Christ, don t discour age her. When she tells you that she loves the Lord, just smile, look her in the eyes and simply say, "Hallelujith! What time are we leaving for church?" Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at : Clarence Barr, II, 4311o-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. All About You! I ShOUIOUI Twan Boyd still has love tor you homie. In due time, I got us. Ericked Brown, T26511, Suwannee C. I. Work Camp, 5964 U. S Hwy. 90, Live Oak, FL, 32060. Pan Pal Clinton Walker, #H20991, 5850 E. Milton Rd., Milton FL 32583 Release within 8 months, looking for that special someone to come home to. I'm 25 years old, mixed with high yellow skin com plexion. Your photo gets mine. Happv Binhdav 'MAINE Augustts Happy birthday, Bae. Wish you the best of wishes on your birthday. VOIWS R.egislrolion-You tUnlil Oct. 9th To Aegistw To Vola Election -Birthday Celebration aoear' Celebrates Birthdav In Ybor Square Annette, better known as MaDear, held her birthday party in Ybor Square. (Photos by Julia Jackson) County Government will be Open for Business, Just Not Business as UsuaL August 20 -31 The Republican National Convention will shine a spotlight on our area, bringing national and international attention and benefitting our economy. But with tens of thousands of visitors converging on downtown Tampa, getting around and parking could be a challenge. So for your convenience, the HiUsborougb County government services you typically receive downtown wlll be relocated into the communities we serve. Find County Services Near You 813-272-5900 HillsboroughCounty.org/RNC Keep Current! 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1 Cameras Planned To Combatllleual Dumping BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last y ear Tampa taxpa y ers paid $81,000 to clean up hundreds of sites where illegal dumping took place. While dumping occurred throughout the city, it was more prevalent in certain Tampa neighbor hoods. In an effort to combat the ever-growing problem, the City of Tampa is introducing Solar powered cameras at some of the most notorious dumping lo cations. The cameras are mo tion-activated and designed to photograph license plates in total darkness Ms. Tonja Brickhouse, Director of Solid Waste & Envi ronmental Program Management said, Illegal dumping is an issue of public health and safety as well as cost. We are TONJA BRICKHOUSE City of Tampa Department of Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management Director taking aggressive action to identify and hold violators ac countable. Individuals caught dumping waste can face criminal charges and pay the costs for disposal and cleaning up the dump site s he said. Last year Solid Waste Code Enforcement Officers identified 890 illegal dumping sites throughout the city with the highest concentration in North Tampa and East Tampa neigh borhoods. So far this year, nearly 200 tons of illegal dumping has already taken place. The cameras are part of the City's deterrence program to stop the illegal activity. Ms. Brickhouse is team ing up with the Tampa Police Department's Environmental Crimes Unit and the East Tampa Revitalization Partner ship to help combat the pro blem. Ms. Brickhouse said in addition to the cameras being solar-powered, they are also mobile and can be relocated to problem areas as they develop. NAACP Invites Supervisor Of Elections To General MembershiP Meeting The NAACP President Carolyn Hepburn Collins encourages all voters to vote. Due to the Voter Suppression laws and/or activities in Florida and many other states in the United States, there was no Souls To The Polls" voting for churches Sunday (August 12, 2012) in this year s Primary Elections in Florida. Bill HB 1355 is described as punitive, restrictive, disenfran chisement and an assaulted on every citizen s vote. This bill is a voter s greatest nightmare Collins stated, as a friendly reminder, Florida vot ers and despite the protective status of Hillsborough County v oters the voters are suffering with reduction of days to earl y vote less opportunities for third party organ i zations to ac t ively register voters inability t o change an address at the poll due to abrupt emergenc y re a s ons, a s well as the horror s of photo id e ntification. There are enough insults that the cit izen s are suffering The NAACP' s concern is to aggressively pursue efficiency, accuracy and equity for all vot ers (registered and felony un registered that shoulg be registered) with the Hillsbo rough County Supervisor of Elections Office throughout the process before, during and after ALL Elections. A Chief Justice described voting as ... The right that is preserved of all rights ... "The importance of doing it right is what the Hillsborough County NAACP is concerned about at all times Too many people died for this precious right that voters experience today. Do not take it lightly. DR. EARL LENNARD The Supervisor of Election is invited to the General Mem bership meeting to answer a plethora of questions from the citizens Although the Primary Election on August 14th will be over, the Thursday, August 16th NAACP Meeting will be held, the citizens want assur ance from Dr. Earl Lennard whom this community ha s wor ked succe ss full y with for y ears. Some of the community concerns Surfaced since Tuesday's Florida Sentinel story are: Democratic voter received sample ballot that wa s for a Republican voter. People that did not request absentee ballot were mailed a ballot. It is reported that the mail ballot was in the SOE office computer without the voter's signature on the Mail Ballot request. Early voting site was un able to accommodate ADA voter needs. Although the vot ing machine was present, it did not work. Numerous former felons with rights restored are com plaining that after many years of voting, notifications were re ceived informing the voters they are ineligible to vote in this Primary Election. The late notice of purging from the voter's role. The lack of voter's educa tion county-wide specifically in the African Americans com munity is evident. Many voters are complain ing they have not received their mail ballot yet, unaware of the requirement to re-apply every two years. The Political Action Chair Ms. Yvette Lewis and her committee is asking for effi ciency in the office and in tegrity. While the NAACP appreciates the SOE response to our letter submitted more than so days before the elec tion, the question is who runs the constitutional office, the SOE, the Chief of Staff or the Canvassing Board. As stated in the repl y letter to the NAACP, the Supervisor of Elections office will ab solutely conduct a free and fair election. It is the Canvassing Board, per section 102.141, Florida Statutes, that is re sponsible for oversight of the election, processing ballots, and tabulation of the results. This is a community educa tional concern that must be an swered. Who is responsible for the irregularities that occurred leading up to the election? That is our question. The General Membership Meeting will be held the 3rd Thursday at 7 p.m. at St. Matthew M. B. Church where Rev. W. D. Sims is pastor. The meeting will be in the Child Development Center Auditorium at 3708 E. Lake Avenue at 7 p.m. For more information, call 813-234-8683 or 813-23 I VOTE. Businessman Wants To See Progress In West Tampa c l> c: C) c: C/) -1 ...I. N Q Businessman Marvin Knight said he' d like to see some things done in West Tampa. Knight owns a build ing adjacent to Voice of Free dom Park where the Occupy Tampa group has been camped out, as well as other properties in the area. I haven't had any direct contact with any member of that group," said Knight. I have received calls from people in the community com plaining about them being there, and how even the home less have taken up residence in the park." Knight said as a property owner, and based on the com plaints of the people, he doesn t think the community needs to wait until September 15th for the Occupy Tampa group to leave. I plan to address the pro blems now instead of giving them until the 15th of Septem ber, said Knight. I'd like to see this negative turn into a positive. I'd like to contribute whatever I can to help jumpstart the area." Knight said he's talked with some people in West Tampa who let him know why the Occupy Tampa group was in the park. He said he wants to see people abide by the rules, and keep the area clean. "I've talked with Joe Redner (who owns the land the park sits on), and with his in novative mind, I'm sure we could come up with a solution. I think the park could be better utilized by the business com munity, or as a place for com-MARVIN KNIGHT munity activities. "I want Main Street to be a part of the growth spurt in ...I. N West Tampa. I've talked with Councilman Frank Reddick, and I'd like to see out talks continue in the future. I ., want some real ideas about 5 what should be done for that :!! area We need action and less C talking. :; Knight said he believes the m time to act is now on the future ofWestTampa z "It s obvious the area is m going to be redeveloped, so it s tD time for great minds to get to-c: gether and come up with solutions. "As far as the Occupy z Tampa group is concerned, if ., they are seen as an eyesore, 5i then they shouldn't be here. We r need to stay on top of this. We en need to keep the area looking nice, and work with anyone C with a vision to improve the !;2 area." m Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) -4 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. CJ> c l> Hillsborough County Public Schools z c ., NOTICE OF RULEMAKING The School Board of H ill sborough County Policies At its r egular meeti ng of Sep tember 1 1 20 12, T he School Board of H ill s boro ugh Cou nty Flo rida, w ill c onduct a p u b li c he ari ng to be he l d i n t h e Board audito rium located a t the Raymond 0. Shelton Schoo l A d m i n i strative Center 901 E Ke n nedy Bou levard Tampa, rega rdi ng the proposed new School B o ard policy number 2431.01 after whi ch the Board w ill consider the Su perin tende nt' s recom mendat i on to adopt the policy to be effective Septembe r 1 2 2012 The propoeed new policy estab li shes the Board s ru l es regarding participation of student ath l ete transfet'$, seta forth e)(cept i ons to allow partic ipat ion in student-athlete transfers, and establishes an appeel process. Other than the cost of advertisement, there is no economic impact. Pursuant to the Board s Bylaws, if an individual believes they are affected by this proposed policy, that i ndividual may present argument or evidence on aft issues relat ing to the proposed rule at the hearing to be held pursuant to this notice Any person wishing to present argument or evidence must within twenty-one (21) days of the date of this notice, submit a written request to the Superintendent at 901 E. Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa. The propoeed fonn of the policy may be viewed and inspected at the following website: http;{fwww,fl!Ola.eom/prudoption,lhllltbuaMJtftult,html The proposed rule i s ava i lable in the Communications Office located at 901 E. Kennedy Boulevard Tampa. For add ition al in formation cal l (813 ) 273-7536 8/14112 :!! c

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N Local -0 N Neighborhood -1-en ::) (!J leader Anends ::) c( c Maior Conference en w ::) 1-BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Eastern Heights Neigh borhood Association and Crime Watch President, Sam Mobley, was the only repre sentative from Tampa to at. tend a big conference in Pensacola. From July 12, through the 14th, the Florida Neighbor hood Conference was held, with Florida Neighborhood Association Leader, Susan Ajoc, as the guest speaker. Mr. Mobley said repre sentatives from neighbor hood associations were able >to address major concerns in their community. a: "We talked about gang viLL olence, and how they are identified, said Mr. Mob c( ley. >-"We talked about the crime rate and what kind of ffi crimes are being committed ::) that are associated with gang 1-activity Mr. Mobley said drugs continue to be a problem in w the Eastern Heights area, and C he thinks law enforcement is doing a great job in respond ing to the concerns of resi dents in the area. ::) "I'm determined to get drugs out of my community. ..J City of Tampa Community liaison, Shannon Edge, and Sam Mobley stand with plaques given to them at the convention. This kind of activity affects property values and keeps nice families from moving in. I have rental property I haven't been able to find a tenant for in more than 10 years. The problem is the drug activity is being condoned by older adults or parents of the actual drug dealers. It seems they look out for each other." Mr. Mobley said he will continue to attend meetings with other groups, including the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, with hopes of finding a solu tion to the problems in East ern Heights. ..J ::) m ..J w Revival! Revivalf z ;::: z w en c( c a: 0 ..J LL MT. TABOR M.B. CHURCH 2606 Grace Street Tampa, FL Pastor T.D. Leonard PL N US FOR OUR ANNUAL REVIVAL WORSHIP SERVICES! August 13-17, 2012 Preaching Week -7 p.m. Theme: "The l..ocal Church Needs To Return To Her First Love" Revelation 2:4 Evangelist: D. Sampso Paslor of Friendship Missionary Houston, TX Treasurer of the National Baptist Convention of America, Inc. Dr. Stephen Thurston, President Revival! Revivalf Olvmoic Gold Medalist Calls lutz Home In London, England be fore the final of the women s 4X100 meter relay race began, Tianna Madison, Allyson Felix, Bianca Knight, and Carmelita Jeter made a promise that they would come out on top. The American women had been shut out of gold medals in 100 and 200 meter races, finishing behind the strong Jamaican women. But, it was not to be for the relay final. TIANNA MADISON From left to right: Carmelita Jeter, Bianca Knight, Tianna Madison, and Allyson Felix. Madison ran the open ing leg of the relay, handing the baton over to 200 meter gold medalist, Allyson Felix. Felix then handed the baton to Bianca Knight, who handed it 100 meter bronze medalist, Carmelita Jeter. When Jeter crossed the finish line, she automatically started pointing to the board that showed they had just set a new world record of 40.82. Madison is a native of Elyria, Ohio, but now calls Lutz, Florida home. She was greeted at Tampa Interna tional Airport by a large crowd who gave her hugs and kisses, and congratulated her. Middleton Head Football Coach Wants Students To learn School's Historv G. S. Middleton Head Footb _all Coach, Alonzo Ashwood, said he grew up listen ing to stories about the history of Middleton High School, and H. W. Blake High School. I've met with Pastor Ron Ellis (Exalted World Ministries), who graduated from Tampa Bay Vo-Tech but considers himself a member of the Class of 1971, and we talked extensively about the pride students had during that era. We also talked about life, spirituality, and how to change the culture at Middle ton. "Few people know that from 1934 until1956, Middle ton was the only high school Blacks could attend. When Blake came along, we had two, but that was it Coach Ashwood said what's needed now is the com munity support that existed On behalf of B.A.M. and Exalted World Ministries, Pastor Ron Ellis Oeft) presents Middleton Head Football Coach, Alonzo Ashwood, with a check for $500 for the football team during the school's era of greatness, prior to 1971. "I think we have to attack the mindset of our young peo ple, and talk to them about the history of both Blake and Mid dleton. We have to instill in them the same pride that was responsible for the success of hundreds of graduates from REVIVAL REVIVAL REVIVAL !!! IEITESIIIEIIIl CIIRCI U53IIIWI RUI liiiiTISISSI, R 33592 11131 98&-am PASTOR HENRY M. COCHRAN. JR. THE GREATER NEW COVER.VAN'T CHURCH SUMMERVILLE. SOUTH CAROLINA COME HEAR GOD' S MAN PREACHING AND TEACHING GOD'S WORD EVERYONE INVITED COME AND EXPERIENCE A SPIRITUAL REVIVAL! both schools." Pastor Ellis explained that an inadvertent result of the 1970-1971 Desegregation Plan was the separation of the students within the same com munity. "We lost the family iden tity. We also have to under stand that it will never be like it was then. Today we have kids living in the same com munity who don t know each other. "Through it all we made it though, and I'm proud to be in a position to help empower as many young people as I can." Pastor Ellis founded an organization called B.A.M. (Believe, Achieve, Maximize), and that made it possible for him to reach out to the players at Armwood during their first championship run. ""Today, I'm stretching out further to other schools. I'm going to start doing it at Mid dleton, and I'm committed to helping Coach Ashwood. Coach Ashwood said he hopes to get more former Tigers to join the Tiger Club and help bring back the pride and spirit. "I've been somewhat suc cessful in reaching out to a lot of the former Tigers from the 1970s and earlier It's impor tant for us to come together and so something great for the school, and help these kids get to college. Our principal, Owen Young, has done a great job and I credit his open-door pol icy for making the students feel more comfortable. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com.

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I 2 Groups Unite To Host Candidates Forum On Thursday, August 2 from 6 p. m. until 9 p. m., the Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Incorporated hosted a Candidates Forum at the HOPE Community Center, 4902 North 22nd Street. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON) Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus President, Dianne Hart poses with too Black Women President, Janice London. Dr. H. Bruce Miles, moderator and President of the Florida Democratic Black Caucus. School Board candidate Henry Ballard Oeft) poses with Ross Anderson and Bishop-Elect Michelle Patty. Tonya Lewis, Rose Dixon, and Renee Brown came out to lis. ten to the candidates. From left to right: Rose Dixon, Jean Gardner, and Crystal Fort. Janee Murphy and Dewayne Mallory came out to meet and listen to the candidates. Tina Morrell dropped by to listen to the candidates. Melanie Alvin brought a paper and pen with her to take notes. Lorenzo Reed and Robin Lockett enjoyed meeting the candidates. The Rrst Baptist Church of Progress Village 8722 Progress Blvd -Tampa, FL Dr. Sam Maxwell, Pastor/Professor Dr. G.l. Bradley, President Fall Semester 2012 Registration August 20 -24, 10:00 am 5:00 pm By appointment only Call813-677-1948 The Person of t11e Holy Spirit August 30 -December 20, 2012 Thursday Morning: 9:00 am 12:00 Text:TBA The Psalms September 7 & 8 -December 21 & 22, 2012 Friday 6-9 pm_ & Saturday 8:30am -3:30pm Text:TBA c )> c:: C) c:: en -4

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0 Loca Painful Disease Hasn1 Stopped This woman's Mission >;' C( 0 en w :::::> 1-BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Ronnie Terry can' t remember a time in her life when she wasn t involved in entertainment. With Roberta Flack as her god mother she wa s exposed to a lot of the industry from the inside and out. Aft e r giving birthday to h e r son in 2006, Mrs. Terry was diagnosed with fibromyalgi a a common syn drome in wh ic h a person has long-term, body-wide pain and tenderness in the joints muscl e s tendons and othe r soft tissues The dise a s e has also b ee n linked to RONNIE TERRY fatigue, sleep p roblems, headache s, d e pression and anx iety. I was pregn ant and living in Las Vega s, and had to put REPUBLIC PHAR 1304 E Busch Blvd, suite B Tampa, FL 3361 Ph:813-933-3439Fax:813 -402-0426 Your community pharmacy We accept most insurances including Medicare and Medicaid Prevention & Education Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Real) Available *Patient Relaxation The 6th Annual "Day of Pampering" Saturday, October 20, 2012 8:00 a .m.-2.-GO p.m. Unlwl'llty Area ConnunHy Center (UACC) 14013 N 22nd Stn8t, T-.a, FL 33&12 FREE ADMISSION Registration Required Free Test Screenings-Cholesterol, Glucose, Blood Pnssure and Respiratory Referrals f8r *Pap Tests and *lla1111110grams (Rw to thole who qualifY) Space Ia Limited. Call813-307 8082 Hosted By: Available Workshops: cancer Prevention & Ear1y Detection Healthy Ufestyles & Nutrition (!l A POWER Sunlvorshl p Resources = Overcoming Stress my career on hold to be a stay home parent. When I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, it wa s blamed on some kind of trauma I'd suffered. The docto r s said it was a result of having my first child, but I believe it was from a 1995 car acci den t." Mrs. Terry said she 's had a long 5 years bringing attention to the disease, and how devastating it can be. Ronnie Terry i s a beau tiful dynamic former entertainment publicist turned model/ actress/ dancer /host, spokesperson On November 4th, she will be part of a cast coming to Tampa t o perfor m in the Carlos Davis written stage production, Holding On To What You N e uer Had. The play i s being promote d by Too Smooth En t ertainment, and will be at the Straz Center. Mrs. Terry said she s still being treated for fibromyal gia and she fights it all the time. "My husband and I decided to move to Atlanta so I could be closer to my family. Now I can deal with the dis ease. I was in a depression for a long time with the pain and I would have just given up if it weren't for niy son. acting and mod eling for about a year, and I'm looking forward to com ing to Tampa to appear with m y husband in the play. Mrs. Terry said she' s very excit e d about thi s pro duction, becaus e thi s is her fir s t l e ad i ng role. "Too Smooth and I have t alke d e xtensiv el y, and I didn t know at first I was the lead character. I found out what the play was about when I talked to him. I will be challenged in this role, and I enjoy working with my husband." Mrs. Terry said the play has a surmised ending and everyone will be shocked. Father And Daughter Share Common Goal VIcrORIA AND NAPOLEAN WRIGHT BY JULIA JACKSON Napolean Wright is we ll known for managing clubs and promoting in the Tampa community. H e i s also an aspiring actor, who started making films in the 1970s. He worked with celebrities like Ice-T and Bernie Mac. Following in his footsteps is his daughter, Victoria Wright, also known as Janu. She is an artist, songwriter, actress and starred in a film called "Sunshine." 'Janu' is currently work ing on a movie while attending modeling school and plans to graduate in RNC Octob er. Sh e g r a du a t e d fr o m Gary Adult S chool, attended Hillsboroug h Com munity Colle g e and h a s CD Speciali s t certification from Leary Tech 'Janu' enjoys working with children but her pas sion is acting and modeling. For more than 12 years she has made her mark in the rap industry. She has a thirst for acting and is doing all she can to pursue that interest. Her acting instructor, Mary Ann has given her much inspiration and she believes that with God on her side she can accom plish anything. Town Hall Meetings Focus On Convention Mayor Bob Buckhorn will host town hall meetings on three consecutive days this week. The topic of discussion will be the Republican National Convention. The three meetings will take place in different areas of the city. All of the meetings will begin at 6 p.m. and end at 8 p.m. All of the meetings are free and open to the public. On Tuesday, August 14th the meeting will take place at the Florida Aquarium in the Taylor Great Room, 7 01 Channels i d e Driv e On Tuesday, Augu s t 1 5 t h, Mayor Buckhorn will host ihe m eeting at St e t son University, in the S mith Court Room, 1700 N Tampa Street MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN On W ednes d ay, Augu s t 16th, the meeti n g w ill be h eld a t the Kate Jac k son Comm u nity Center, 821 S. R o m e Avenu e. T h e C i t y of Tampa w ill host t h e Republican Nationa l C o n ve n tio n from A u g u s t 27th throu g h A u g u s t 30, 2 012.

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Local Communitv Turns Out For Free Phvsicals And Immunizations Hillsborough County s Department of Fa mily and Aging Services gave free back to school physicals a nd immu niz a tions on Saturday, August 4th at the Lee Davis Center. The immunizations were done at the Hargrett Building. (Photography By BRUNSON) From left to right: Ernest Coney, Linata Collins, Debra Williams, and Betty Green. From left to right: C. Lindor, Revena Lindor, and Jude Nathan Lind or took advantage of the free physicals. Also on hand for the free physicals and immunizations were: T. Darrian Jones, Conchita Jones, Mellita Mills, and Janice Hawkins. Tonya Green and Eugena Harris had a busy day, but still managed this smile for the camera. From left to right at the Lee Davis NSC Back to School Health Fair: Cheryl Gibbons, Jose Martinez, Deborah Chow, Deirdra Tatum, Patricia Bradley, Gabriela Fernandez, Patricia Martinez, Mark Diggs, Alyssa Baker, Sarah Proctor with Catholic Charities, Anika Coney (Interim Regional Center Manager), and Gwendolyn Giles. The group is standing in front of the mobile unit provided by Catholic Charities. Physicians were on hand to conduct physicals for children. Larry English was at the event to hand out information to parents. -ACT NO Take part in a colon cancer testing study called I-ACT Colon cancer can be prevented! Who? If you are Black/African American If you are between 50-75 years old If you have had a colon cancer screening test done If you have not had a colonoscopy in the past 10 years What? Learn about colon cancer testing Answer questions about colon cancer Learn if you qualify for a free colon cancer screening kit Why? To help inform the community about colon cancer and how it can be prevented! If you want more information or if you are interested in taking part in this research study, call: (813)-7 45-6502 qualify for the study you will get paid for your ti H LEE MOffiTT CANCER CENTER & RESEARCH INSTITU TE, AN NCI COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTERT AMPA, fl 1 888MOfFITT (16633488) www. MOFFITT .org .. -.. ; ... -.y. .... c: m en c l> c: C) c: en -1 1\) 0 ..... 1\)

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w Organization Hosts First Fashion Show SirPass Events recently hosted their First Fashion Show, using the theme "Ambitious Elements of Style." The fashion show took place at the University of South Florida Embassy Suites. The event created excitement in the fashion industry. The organizers said, "We are combining various elements in the fashion world that are represented by the most ambitious entities to bring about a sophisticated and excitement filled event." (Photography.by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). "JS The Best" and DJ Dubble Up were ready to make sure everyone had a great time. ShaQueena Cole and Mataya Redding displayed some off their new products. CJ Brian Ross, Yoharis Valentin, Johana Eubanks, Jonquetta Williams, Suli Massa and Tiffany Torres, of"Hands 2 Hair By J" provided the finishing touches to the already lovely models. Sneaker And Fashion Show Held At MOSI Members of the Bay Area Society hosted the largest sneaker and fashion show in Florida. The event was held at the Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI). The show was a sneaker wonderland for those who prefer this type of footwear. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Justin, Joerod, and Jency showed off some of their custom made shoes to those in attendance. Christine and Carmen, of Se7en District, talked about the new line of products the company is offering this year. Steven Charboniel and Lennon Velazquez are excited about all the "Sneaker Heads" that came out to showtheir style.

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Local Club Patron On Fridav Night Fun activities take place at Club Patron on Friday nights. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Tosha was all smiles while enjoying the evening Ms. Diva also enjoyed the out. night out. Jerome Green out on Friday night. Greg and DeLashia out for the evening. Hanging Out At AD East Ta11pa Club DJs on the spot: Redd and M$M. Reed and Thug at the nightspot. Ja and Coby are doing business at the night spot. Hosie was enjoying his outing at this East Tampa night spot. Tiger, Mike and Ant hanging out. Blues ShiP Happani.nus Frank enjoying one of the games. WWW.FLSENTINEL.COM www.fac:ebooloom/flsenlinel www.twitter.com/Rsen6nelb C) m ....

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Bolt leads Jamaica To Olvmpic Gold In 4x1DO Relav Jamaica's Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Yohan Blake and Usain Bolt celebrate as they receive their gold medals after winning the men's 4XlOO-meter relay. c LONDON -Usain Bolt finally delivered what he had denied fans with his previous two victories at the London Games -a world a: record. I.L. The crowds packing the main stadium on Saturday < night erupted in wild cheers as Bolt took the baton from C Yohan Blake and ran m across the finish line to help i= Jamaica to victory in a > record 36.84 seconds in the a: 4x1oo-meter relay. He added that gold to the ones W he earned in the 100 and c w :I: 200. The United States got the silver in 37.04, matching the old record that Bolt helped set at last year's world championships. Trinidad & Tobago took the bronze in 38.12 after Canada, which was third across the line, was disqualified for running outside its lane. Bolt's latest victory makes him the first person to win golds in the 100 and 200 meters and the 4X100meter relay at consecutive Olympic games en m ;::) 0.. z i= w ..J ..J ;::) m American Wins Gold,. First Women's Boxing Medal Middleweight Claressa Shields defeated Russia's Nadezda Torlopova. American Claressa Shields, a 17-year-old with a megawatt smile, won gold in the 75-kilogram competition with a show of raw strength and aggression against her older Russian rival, Nadezda Torlopova, 33. It was a win for youth and speed over strength and experience Shields broke away from Torlopova in the second of four rounds by being faster on her feet. That approach frustrated Torlopova in the ring. By the third round, Shields had a five-point lead over Torlopova, and never looked back. Shields overwhelmed the Russian for a final score of 19-12. lSU'sDBOH Team For Violating Rules TYRANN MATHIEU Heisnian Tro ph y finalist Tyrann Mathieu was kicked off LSU s football team Friday for breaking an athletic department rule. The junior defensive back nicknamed Honey Badger for his tenacious style, small stature (5-foor-9, 175 pounds) and blonde streak of hair rose from obscurity to become one of college football's biggest stars last season He was a sleeper Reisman candidate as the Tigers won the Southeastern Conference championship and reached the BCS title game. But almost as quickly as Mathieu rose to fame and became the face of LSU football, the Honey Badger phenomenon ended in Death Valley. Athletic Director Joe Alleva said Mathieu, who was suspended for a game in 2011 after failing a drug test violated an athletic department rule and had his schol arship revoked. With Dwight Howard, Steve Nash, lakers' Four On Floor Shifts Balance Dwight Howard becomes the next great center of the Lakers. Will he have the same success as his predecessors? The Lakers are not a per fect team, nor are they fool proof picks to win the 2013 NBA title just because Dwight Howard now graces a roster that also includes Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Steve Nash. Howard gives the Lakers the game s best two-way cen ter a lockdown defender who has led the league in rebounding in six of the last seven seasons and is capable of averaging 20 points per game. Johnson Released Bv Dolphins Following Domestic Banerv Arrest As the Miami Dolphins took the field for practice Sunday, Chad Johnson was getting out of jail. Hours lat er, he was out of work. The Dolphins terminated the six-time Pro Bowl receiv e r 's contract abou t 24 hours after he was arrested in a domestic battery case invo lving his wife. Johnson was released from jail on $2,500 bond earlier Sunday after his wife accused him of head-butting her during an argument in front of their home. Johnson was charged with simple domestic battery, a misdemeanor The confrontation came barely a month after Johnson married Evelyn Lozada, who is on the reality 1V show "Basketball Wives. The 34-year-old Johnson had been battling for a spot on the team after a disappointing season with the New England Patriots in 2011. Following Sunday's prac tice, coach Joe Philbin said he would meet soon with Johnson. Only five days earlier, Philbin said Johnson's roster spot could be in jeop ardy if he didn t temper his freewheeling behavior. Johnson annoyed the coach by frequently using profanity during a session with reporters. Johnson who recently changed his name from CHAD JOHNSON Chad Ochocinco -was arrested Saturday after Lozada confronted him about a receipt she found for a box of condoms, police said. According to an arrest affi davit, Lozada said she was taking groceries into their home when she found the receipt in the car trunk. When the two were seated back in the car, they began talking about the receipt and their marriage. That's when Johnson got upset and head-butted his wife, the report said. Lozada ran to a neighbor's house and called police. A responding officer said Lozada had a 3-inch cut on her forehead, according to the affidavit, w,4ile Johnson did not have any visible marks or bruises. When questioned by police he confirmed there was an argument over the receipt, but said his wife had head butted him. Gabbv Douglas Honored With Mural In Hometown GABBY DOUGLAS VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -Gabby Douglas is really big in her hometown. Really big and painted on a wall. The gold-medal-winning gymnast has a giant mural painted in her honor in Virginia Beach. And she loves it. WOW!!! This is amazing!! so honored, Douglas tweeted Friday from the Olympics in London, where the 16-year-old won two gold medals at the Summer Games. The mural shows Douglas holding a gold medal with an Anierican flag backdrop. It says "Way to go Gabby." Brothers Todd and Eric Lindbergh spent four days painting the 9-by-30 foot mural on the outside wall of a sports bar. Todd Lindbergh says he found out that Douglas was from Virginia Beach, and the idea behind the mural came the moment he saw her on television at a medals ceremony.

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Sports ...---------------. USA Wemen Win wean uruirusa BEAUTY UNUMnm 4x400 Meter Relav LONDON By the time Allyson Felix was done with her part, h e r third gold medal of the Olympics was all but hanging around her neck. Staking the U.S. team to more than a 2 s econd lead at the halfway point Saturday night, then watching Sanya Richards-Ross bring home the blowout v ictory, Felix added the 4 x 400-meter relay gold to the titles she won earlier in the 4x100 relay and 200meter sprint "By the time I got the stick," Richards-Ross said "it was basically a victory lap." The United States finished in 3 minutes, 16.87 seconds -good for a 3.36-second rout over Russia, the biggest margin in the final of the long relay at the Ol ympics since East Germany beat the U.S. by 3.58 seconds in 197 6 Jamaica took third in 3:20.95 u. s. Wins Gold, Beats Spain10J-100 .In Men's Hoops Gold medallists the United States pose following the medal ceremony for the Men's Basketball on Day 16 of the London 2012 Olympics Games at North Greenwich Arena on August 12, 2012 in London, Englancl. LONDON -Kevin Durant scored 30 points, LeBron James added 19 and the U.S. men's basketball team defended its Olympic title, holding off stubborn Spain 107-100 on Sunday for the gold medal -just as the Americans did in2008. Kobe Bryant added 17 for the U.S., which only led by one point after three quarters and was ahead just 97-91 when Jamesdrove the lane for a thunderous dunk and followed a miss by Spain with a 3-pointer TIGER WOODS It was a long mostly frus trating day for Tiger Woods on Sunday in the 94th PGA Championship at the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Resort in Kiawah Island, S.C. Not only did he r ise before dawn to complete his third round, he never got untracked in the final round Woods played 11 holes to finish his third round and shot a 2 over-par 74, touring the back nine in 2 under 34. That left him tied for sixth at 2-urider 214, fi v e strokes behind leader Rory Mcllroy. Hoping to mount a come back for his 15th major title, Tiger had early chances to make a move in the final round but his putter failed to cooperate. He closed with a 72 to tie for nth at 2-under 286, 11 strokes behind Mcllroy. BucsShow Focus on Running Game It might be awhile before LeGarrette Blount or rookie Doug Martin is declared the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' starting tailback. Coach Greg Schiano doesn t see an y urgency on that front. Developing a running game is a top priority for the new head coach of a team that ran the ball fewer than 22 times per game last season, the least of any NFL team The Bucs traded into the first round to draft Martin, a quick and compact running back out of Boise State. That sent a message to Blount, who came to camp with his job on the line after losing five fumbles last season and experiencing a big dropoff from his 1 ,007 -yard perfor mance of 2010. Schiano sent a message in the spring about the kind of offense he intends to run first by draftin g Martin and t h en b y sign i n g All-Pro gu ard Carl Nicks to a f i ve yea r c o ntr a ct To the c o ach, e stab l i s hing th e gro und g ame is a hi g h e r prio rity than d ecidin g who will carry th e football. Fr i day, th e Buc s beat the Miami Dolphins, 20-7. BIANCA This young lady must have really made a great impression, because we've received a lot of requests to feature her once again. Bianca is a 5'2" Scorpio who says her only hobby is soccer. In the future, Bianca wants to have a big family, and her philosophy of life is: "You only live once, so make it count." Bianca said only the hottest of men get her attention, so if you aren't in that category, just step aside. Congratulations to Bianca as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature return ing to you by popular demand. If you are Interested In appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and Information to tclark@flsentlnel.com. c 0 ..... 1\) 0 ..... 1\) "TT r-0 :::D c )> 0 m z ::::! z m r-aJ c r r-!!I z ., c aJ r-c;; % m c m < m -4 c m 0 c )> z c "TT :!! c

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ntertainment '! Young Jeezv Named Senior VP Jada PinkeD Smiih Covers SePtember Essence 'Malcolm X' Actor Dies At18 1-U) :::) 01 A&R At Atlantic Records C w Drake Passes Jav-z For Most Bill board R&B/Hip-Hop #1 Singles c w ::a: tJ) :J m :::) Q. z t= After snatching his first #1 single as early as 2009, Drake has surpassed Jay-Z for the most #1 s i ngles on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop charts in the 70-year history of Billboard. Drake's latest collabora-w ..J ..J tion with 2 Chainz, ''No Lie" rose to the top of the ..J R&B/Hip-Hop Chart to heW come his 10th No. 1 hit on the chart z Jay-Z scored his first R&B/ Hip-Hop #1 sin g le in 1995, with a t o tal of nine a: 0 ..J LL records in which he was the lead artist in four Lil Wayne is in third place with e ight and Kanye West trails with six. A SALON BARBER AN) FASNION NETWORK St:Rlf.S JADA PINKETT SMITH Jada Pinkett Smith continues to deny that her marriage to Will Smith is in turmoil. Her latest comments are to Essence magazine, which features her on the cover of its September 2012 issue. She insists she can t even fathom divorce since her husband is like another part of me. Jada Pinkett Smith on the Essence September 2012 cover. It's rumored that we' re g etting a divorce. But no. We re not getting a divorce Where am I going to go? That's my boo. It's like he 's another part of me. Bevonca Performs And Films Music Video At UN BEYONCE NEW YORK Superstar si nger Beyonce has sere naded a different New York City venue: The United Na tions Beyonce performed her song I Was Here on Friday in the UN's General Assem bly Hall in honor of World Humanitarian Day, which is Aug. 19. A music video of the performance will debut the same day. Beyonce sang in front of hundreds, including Julia Stiles, R&B singer TheDream and songwriter, Diane Warren, who wrote the song. Warren said in an inter view that she initially called Beyonce's husband, Jay-Z, and played the song for him over the phone. He quickly called Beyonce, and days later she recorded it. It ap pears on her album "4," re leased last year. LOS ANGELES -Albert Freeman Jr., fhe veteran actor who played Elijah Muhammad in Spike Lee's epic film Malcolm X ," has died. He was 7 8. Howard University con firmed his death Friday night, but details weren t im mediately available. Freeman taught acting there for years and served as chair man and artistic director of its theater arts Freeman earned an NAACP Image Award for playing Malcolm X's mentor in Lee's 1992 biogra phy. He also received an '""-"'"--.......,,. Emmy nomination for his JR. role as Malcolm X in the 1979 miniseries "Roots: The Next Generations." He won a best-acto r Daytime Emmy that year for his work as Capt. Ed Hall on the soap opera One Life to Live." Stevie J Gets Punched Bv Mimi Outside l.A. Nightclub Somebody needs to give Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta (LLHA) star, Stevie J a les son on how not to catch the fade As if the extremely en tertaining punch, kick and slap s, h is side-piece Joseline Hernandez gave him on Monda y 's (Aug. 9) episode weren't embarrass ing enough, he lost a battle with an open hand that just happened to belong to his ex, Mimi Faust. During a trip to Los Ange les, Stevie and Faust were headed inside the club when STEVIEJ AndMIMI FAUSf a photographer asked him who would win a fight be tween the cast of Basketball Wives and LHHA. He of course gave the wrong an swer: "Mimi and Joseline." Faust socked him, then took the cigarette out of his mouth for a quick puff. Naomi Makes Appearance After Receding Hairline Stir Naomi Campbell made international headlines, but not for her stunning looks. Campbell received intense media attention for sporting inches of hairless hairline when emerging from the water during a yachting jaunt. Pictures snapped of the 42-year-old supermodel vacationing in Ibiza shocked many as patches of bare scalp were revealed by the lack of coverage created by a wet weave. "With her h ai r pulled back in a ponytail, Naomi re vealedher incredibl y reced ing hairline, the result of her over-reliance on hair exten sions and weaves for most of her model ling career." EmbarressNAOMI ment over the CAMPBELL unflattering photos did not deter the beauty from stepping out to mix and mingle with athletes and celebrities at an Olympic charity event held in London. Wearing a hair piece that covered much of her baldness, Campbell hosted "an Olympic Celebration Dinner in partnership with Fashion For Relief. OJ Khaled Facing Eviction over S55k Rental Pavment DJ Khaled may be "the best," but maybe not at pay ing his bills. Khaled owes his landlord over $50,000 in unpaid rent, and has yet to settle his debt, which means that an eviction is imminent. Khaled rented a Miami apartment from Misci LLC. The agreement was that he would make 2 payments of $66 ,ooo each. While he han dled the first transaction, he failed to cover the entire bal ance of the second, causing the landlord to file court doc uments to have him kicked out of the unit. The 36-year old worked out a new deal to break up the rent into 3 payments, and shelled over $n,ooo. He was scheduled to drop the remaining DJKHALED $55,000 a month later. Misci gave Khaled a 3day notice to vacate the property, of which he report' edly refused. The company is suing to have him removed, and is seeking payment to cover their legal fees in addition to Khaled's outstand ing rental debt.

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" MS. ELLASTINE DIANA PITTMAN Graveside services for Ms. Ellastine Diana Pitbnan will be held Wednesday, August 15, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea. Ms. Ellastine Diana Pittman was born on February 21, 1966 and passed away August 9, 2012. She was preceded in death by: her father, Samuel Pitbnan; grandmother, Ella Riggins; grandfather, Willie Riggins; and sister, Theresa Walker. Left to mourn her loving daughter' s death is: her mother, Falstine Isaac; two sisters, Cheryl Hill and hus band, Daryl and Shirley Isaac; four brothers, Alan Riggins and wife, Rosa, Willie For man, Jr. and wife, Veronica, Charles Isaac and wife, San tera, and Derrick Isaac and fi ancee, Quinesia; nieces, Allison, Danaesha, Akari, Quiniyah, Marlena, Nickie, Tiera and Sharonda; nephews, Alan, Vearly, Don tae, Devin, Zavid, Daryl, Jr., Daniel, Santonio, Jay and Marice; aunt, Annie Bunch; two uncles, Willie Riggins of Detroit, Michigan, and Ronald Riggins and wife, Minnie; cousins, Mary Isaac, Carolyn Brown and husband, Sher man, Felisha, Vida, Tammy and Sharon; good friends, Tonya Pittman and Pat Taylor; and godmother, Janie Cohen. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., L.F.D. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADIDONAL SERVICE" L.etourilmilytnkecareot:yourfiunlly. "We are the Jo!!yto a fine andqua)lly .,Nice" REVEREND JOSEPH WENDELL HARDY, SR. Homegoing celebration for Reverend Joseph Wendell Hardy, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away Thursday, August 9, 2012, will be held Thursday,Augustt6,20t2,at 1 p. m. at First Missionary Baptist Church of Highland Pines, 4711 E. 21st Avenue, Tampa, 33605, with the pas tor, Reverend Cleveland Lane, officiating. Interment will fol low in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Reverend Hardy was a na tive of Quincy, FL, where he was educated in the public schools of Gadsden County. He was a resident of Tampa, for approximately 26 years. Reverend Hardy was a member of First Missionary Baptist Church of Highland Pines of which the Reverend Cleveland Lane is Pastor. He was employed by the Hillsborough County School Board as a Bus Driver prior to his disability retirement. Reverend Hardy was pre ceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Evelyn Hardy. He leaves fond memories with: his wife, Mrs. Annie Jo Hardy; 7 sons, Anthony Robert Hardy (Mary), Joseph Wendell Hardy, Jr. (Sandy), Ernest Darrell Calhoun, Gre gory Crevan Calhoun, Eugene Antwynn Hardy, Joseph Wen dell Hardy, Ill and Robert Taylor Hardy; 4 daughters, Ora Denise Smith, Martha Denise Hardy, Vernetta De lores Hardy and Terika Ann Hardy; 2 grandchildren, Courtney Calhoun and Ernest Darrell Calhoun, Jr.; 4 great grandchildren, Akhari Torik White, Zaimere Christopher White, Kayla J. Hardy and Aron D. Hankerson, Jr.; 2 sis ters, Clydeana Willis (John) and Debbie Freeman (Moses); niece, Dana Washington (Cedric); 3 nephews, Armand Bright (Brenda), Terrance Freeman (Rachel) and Bishop Eric Freeman (Coleen); and other relatives and friends. There wiD be viewing from 5-8 p.m., Wednesday, August 15, 2012, at Wtlsoll Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 12:45 p.m., Thursday for the serv ice. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralbome.com ...... .....,..,._ (813) 254-4918 JOHN HOWARD AND GRACE TILLMAN CLARK The family of the late John Howard and Grace Tillman Clark thanks Pastor Rev. Dr. David W Green, associate min isters, officers and members of Allen Temple AME Church for their faithful services. The family also thanks Rev. Eugene Garnett of Springhill M. B. Church, Rev. Beverly Lane of Bethel AME Church, and all or ganizations and persons who supported the family in their re cent loss with prayers, cards, and many other acts of kind ness. Love, from the children, Fred Hearns, Pearl Elaine Roberts and the family. National NY Cops Shoot Knile-Wieldinu Man Dead In Times Square DARRIUS KENNEDY NEW YORK CI'IY, NY New York Police Department officers shot 51-year-old Darrius Kennedy dead in the middle of Times Square Satur day afternoon after he allegedly refused to put down a large knife he was reportedly ing at officers and tourists. A reported 12 shots were fired at Kennedy after he al legedly advanced towards offi cers with the knife He was shot several times in the stomach and later died at a local hospital. The deadly encounte r began around 3 p.m when an officer reportedly noticed Kennedy smoking a joint When the cop tried to cuff him, Kennedy grew irate and pulled out a six inch blade. Kennedy allegedly began wielding it in the middle of Times Square. He was pepper spra y ed six times but it did not force Kennedy to give i n to officers de m ands a c c ording to NYPD official s H e w a s re pe at edly a s k e d t o put down t he k ni f e bu t r efus ed t o do so police officials said. ..... N 0 ..... N ELLEN J. DUHART In Loving Memory Of Our Mother, Our Dear Mom I know that everyone thinks their mother is the best, well let me just inform them all that we were the ones who were blessed. There's no other Mom like you, of that I am quite sure. For, no matter what the pain, you always had the cure. Most of all Mom, we thank you for showing us who God is so we could become the blessed women and men we are today. ., r-0 From, your blessed and highly favored family. c )> en Ohio law Expands Eartv Voting For Republicans, Cuts It For Democrats m z :j z m Ohio has made voting harder for Democrats and eas ier for Republicans. ThinkProgres The Nation magazine and MSNBC s Rachel Maddow reported this week that Ohio s Republi can Secretary of State Jon Husted has intervened in county by-county voting rules to break ties in county boards of elections siding with Re publicans who want to limit voting in large urban centers like Cleveland which are heavily populated b y Democ rats to work hours, while county boards in Republican leaning areas voted to allow ex panded early voting hours that will make casting a ballot eas ier. Starting October tst, voters OJ in Democrat-leaning urban ? centers including Cleveland r Columbus Akron and Toledo will now only be allowed to z vote between 8 am and 5 pm 'tJ on weekdays, when the majority of people are at work. The r board of elections in these en counties, which are split evenly ifi between Democrats and ReC publicans, was gridlocked over !;2 a Democratic effort to expand m hours. The Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted -4 stepped in to deny expanded C hours in these counties. But m Republican-heavy counties C have actually expanded early voting hours on nights and )> weekends, when most people have time to go to the polls Hair Braider Wins Lawsuit Challenging Utah Rules SALT LAKE CI'IY, UT -A Utah woman who braids hair to supplement her family's in come has won a federal lawsuit against the state over its li censing process for her craft, arguing state regulations vio lated her right to earn a living. A federal judge ruled this week that the state s requirement that Jestina Clayton get a cosmetology license to braid hair was unconstitu tional and invalid because regulations are irrelevant to Clayton's profession. Clayton, 30, sued l ast y ear after she f ound it would be ille gal to run a hair-braiding bus ines s without a license, i n part because of public and safety concerns. Clayton said she learned how to braid hair as a s-year-old in her West African home country of Sierra Leone, and she was doing it at her suburban Salt Lake City home to support her three children-ages 7 5 and 1 -while her husband finishes school. U.S District Judge David Sam in Salt Lake City said Utah's cosmetology licensing requirements are so discon nected from hai r -braiding "that to premise Jestina's right to earn a living by braid ing hair on that scheme is wholl y irrational and a violaC) tion o f her constitut ion ally m protected rights.

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Nr-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Crime Nl------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------,.... len ;:::) ;:::) <( Gun And Drug Dealer Sentenced To 31 Years entere d a pl ea o f guil ty on April10, 2012. c en w ;:::) 1-co ,.... w ZAVIEN BRAND On Friday, Judge Steven Merryday sentenced 28year-old Zavien Brand to 31 years in federal prison for distribution of crack cocaine, possessing firearms in fur therance of drug trafficking crimes, and being a felon in possession of firearms. He Court documents stated that a Pines Operation was initiated by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in an effort to combat ongoing drug and gang activity in apartment complexes located in Tampa Authorities arrested 52 people on state or federal charges as a result of the operation. During the course of the operation, Brand allegedly sold five guns to undercover officers on five different occasions. On seven occasions, Brand reportedly sold crack cocaine to under cover authorities while he was carrying a firearm. At the time of the offenses, Brand had at least five prior state felony convictions. Murder Suspect Arrested ST. PETERSBURGSt. Petersburg Police arrested a murder suspect early Monday morning. Homicide detectives have charged Charles Stone, 28, with the death of Richard Shaw, 42. Shaw was killed during a home invasion that o ccurred June 19th in the 7000 block of lrpine Drive North. Police said Stone was implicated by a witness to the offense and during an inter view with detectives, he reportedly gave facts about the case only a suspect would have known. Stone was subsequently charged with first-degree murder and police said they expect to make more arrests in this case. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tapa Park Plaza @ tlebrasla Ave, & scan St. The 1 of a la:;,er 1S 3, s ;" S": ... c r:! :JJseo sc e] .. .. 8efce )OU dec de as> .s :J se: .c. >REE: ::' ''o-a: aco. :J' :; Y: ;,:e-e:e Suspects Sought I n Shooting DARRIN COTMAN .. wounded after altercation with three others. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies were on the scene of a shooting Thursday night at the Marbella Apartments on 127th Avenue Deputies said Darrin Cotman, 20, was involved in a physical altercation with another person. The two men were separated, and as the suspect was leav ing with two others, shots were fired at Cotman, striking him in the ankle. His injury is not considered life threatening. Deputies are looking for three suspects all described as Black males in their 2os. Wile To Testitv Against Husband In Herson's Death MARCUS BROWN LAKELAND -Ina Brown testified Monday in the murder trial of her hus band, Marcus Brown, 31, who police said beat his stepson on the head and upper body in,June 2010, causing his death. Prosecutors said Brown also hit the boy, nicknamed Dooley, with a cane and forced him to sit on a toilet for hours to potty train him. The defense has put the blame on Ina Brown, who took a plea deal and is currently serving a 10-year sentence for failing to pro tect her child. Police Search For Suspect In Home Invasion CLEARWATERClear water police are looking for a man they believe is responsible for a home inva sion. Police said on August 1st, Tommy Mitchell, 42, approached an 89-year-old woman out of her' home in the 100 block of Orangeview Avenue, identifying himself as Joe Moon. Police said he asked the victim if she wanted him to detail her vehicle for $50. The victim agreed. Police said after Mitchell finished, he allegedly entered the victim's home without invitation through the locked front screen door Once inside the home police said Mitchell asked for several glasses of water saying he had taken heart medication. When the victim went to the kitchen, Mitchell reportedly started looking around the house The victim told police she paid Mitchell $so and asked him to leave. At that point, police said Mitchell told the victim he wanted T OMMY MITCHELL ... a suspect in a home inva-sion. $150 for the car detail. At that point, the victim went to get more money. M itchell allegedly followed her, took additional money and pushed her down before leaving the home. Mitchell was positively identified as the suspect, and detecti v es belie v e he is connected to another case with similar circumstances. Anyone who knows Mitchell's whereabouts is asked to contact Clearwater Police at (727) 562-4333. Teen Alleuedlv Rapes 84-Year-Oid Woman KANSAS CITY, MO T ony L Putman has been accused of raping an 84-year-old woman and assaulting her 93-year old husband during a home invasion in Kansas City Mo. Putman, 18, was charged with six felonies Tuesda y afternoon includ i ng one count of rape and two counts o f robbery. He allegedl y broke into the couple' s home on Monday afternoon through basement window and began ransacking it. When Putman saw the husband, police said he attacked him. His 84-year-old wife who was at the bank and returned with $400, arrived home to the sound of her husband moaning. TONY L. PUTMAN After forcing the woman upstairs, the man took $400 from her she had just received from the bank. He then raped her, according to court documents. Putman allegedly also stole jewelry from the home. UNCLE SANDY ... All of the knowledge 2, 6, 10, 12 of the ages can be foun d 14, 19, 22, 25 from books and those who 27, 30 33 35 have the wis dom to have been there 39, 41, 44, 49

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Sealed bids are invited for the following: BID #12-12 PORTABLE TOILET RENTAUSERVICE, RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM BID OPENING DATE/TIME/LOCATION: 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 details and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Tampa Sports Authority by calling (813) 350-6500 Extension 6511. Please contact Mike Davis at (813) 350-6505 if a site visit is needed The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all b ids, to waive irregularities, if any, and accept the bid, which in the judgment of the Authority, is determined to be in its best interest. / Dated at Tamoa. Aorlcla this 2mb Day of July 2012. Iss! 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