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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area oun it ct C -a: Q ....1 LL. SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 66 NO. 93 TUESDAY, JULY 12,2011 24 PAGES 75 Banle Between Ex-Captain And Citv Continues SEE PAGE 3 First Black Maior At Sherift's. OHice Dies SEE PAGE 8 .farme-Judue Denies Being Raciallv Abusive SEE PAGE 2 PARTICIPANTS RECEIVE CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION The Tampa Metropolitan Section of the National Council of Negro Women presented Certificates of Appreciation to the program par ticipants during its recent 75th Anniversary Luncheon Celebration. The event was held overlooking the ocean at the Rusty Pelican. From left to right are: Belinda Womack, jazz singer; Dr. Gwendolyn Stephenson, keynote speaker; Janette Spencer Davis Isaac Ruffin, musi cian; and Teresa Morning, 1st Vice President and Program Chair. Electa Davis is President of the Tampa Metropolitan Section. (Photo by Streets Photography)


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features legal Banle Rages On Between Citv And Former Police Captain BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The legal battle between a former Tampa Police Captain and the City of Tampa is headed to the Florida Supreme Court. Last week, Marion Lewis learned from his attorney that attor neys representing the City of Tampa planned to file an ap peal and their first brief in the case. When contacted by the Sentinel, Attorney Jerry M. Gewirtz, lead attorney in the case stated, "We mailed to the Florida Supreme Court on Friday a jurisdictional brief. It will be come official on Monday. The other side has 20 days to respond, and the Florida Supreme Court will deter mine to accept jurisdiction in the case." The City is arguing three points in the brief. Last month, a panel of Appellant Court judges is sued a ruling in favor of Lewis, who expressed a de sire to return to duty. Of the most recent development, Lewis said, "We will let jus tice run its course. I still have confidence and faith that jus tice will prevail." In 2007, Marion Lewis qualified to run for the office of Mayor of the City of Tampa, challenging then incumbent Mayor Pam Iorio. Lewis was informed by city officials that he would have to resign his position as Captain with the Tampa Po lice Department if he planned to seek the office. He refused, stating that he had already clarified, via the Tallahassee Office of Elections that the "Resign to Run" rule did not apply to him. Lewis said he was forced into retirement by the city and filed a lawsuit. The rule in question states that an employee can not challenge his or her su pervisor in an election. In January 2011, after more than 4 years in the courts, the Second District Court of Appeals released a unanimous opinion in the case of Marion Lewis v. City ofTampa. The City of Tampa filed several motions urging the court to rehear the case. A local court ruled in his favor, but the City won a de cision in an appeal. The case then went before the Florida MARION LEWIS ... Former Captain with the Tampa Police Department Appellate Court, who has ruled in Lewis' favor in January 2011 and again in June 2011. Shortly after the ruling was released, Lewis said the City offered "a token agree ment, which we turned down." Mayor Bob Buckhorn appeared on the Jetie B. Wilds Radio Show, which airs on WTMP AM Radio Station on Sundays. During the show, Mayor Buckhorn accepted questions from the public on June 261h. City Councilman Frank Reddick called in and ad vised Mayor Buckhorn that Council members had been advised by the attor neys not to discuss the case. "He (Mayor Buckhorn) didn't agree with the volun tary gage order, but said he couldn't make a comment on anything that is pending in the courts," Reddick said. On Thursday, during the regular City Council meeting, the City must provide Councilman Frank Reddick with a status report on the case, as well as the cost of de fending the ease to date. Councilman Reddick re quested the information shortly after learning of the ruling. Lewis stated that the Florida Supreme Court has the option of deciding if it will hear the case oi:' not. His attorney has until the end of the month to file his brief in the case. Lewis stated that if he is successful in the lawsuit, he plans to return to the depart ment as a Police Captain and wants to ''be made whole." The case can be resolved through a settlement be tween the two sides. Or, Mayor Buckhorn can au thorize City Attorney Jim Shimberg to settle it. Attorney Shimberg can only authorize up to $25,000. The City Council must approve anything above that. Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623 I Young Woman Charged In Murder 01 Elderlv Man JAMES "POPS" FRAZIER ..... found dead in a room at the Haven Motel. AYANABROWN ..... charged with Mr. Frazier's murder. en c c.. c: !< _!\) 1\) 0 Tampa Police have ar rested a woman on charges of armed robbery and first clegree murder. room at the motel and found Mr. Frazier dead from a gun shot wound. Reports in dicate Brown was arrested "11 l in the 6400 block of Ne0 Police charged Ayana Brown, 21, with the murder of 83-year-old James Frazier. Mr. Frazier was found dead in a room at the Haven Motel on Nebraska Avenue, Saturday morning. braska at another motel. :!:! Police said a person called 9-1-110 a.m. Saturday to report a man dead in a room. Detectives entered the Known as "Pops," Mr. Frazier had lived at the motel for years. According to a neighbor, he had been seen Thursday arguing loudly with a group of women near the motel. Detectives are continuing their investigation into Mr. Frazier's death. 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...... FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901n (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193D-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 Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00.Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. -worse Than Depression what we're referring to is the impact oflong-term I.L unemployment on Black families during the C current recession. Some researchers say it has a cripdestructive effect on the workethics among Black Americans. c According to experts, children who are reared in an f3 environment of economic struggle and rampant unem-::l ployment develop an attitude about work and workplace opportunities, which are counterproductive and a: counter-democratic. The time when children could see practically every adult in their neighborhood going W off to work, has become a memory or the backdrop for C a Hollywood sitcom. Instead, today, many of our children reach adulthood with empty hands where job (J) possibilities are concerned. And economists don't ::::i m seem to have a clue or a cure. ::l So, what is the answer? Say social experts, what Black communities must do is what they have always i= done: Do for self! Find the needs in their own commuw nities and fill those needs, honestly, earnestly, and cre..J ..J atively. Now, more than ever, America needs what Black ..J Americans have known and nurtured for the past 400 years: How to take lemons and make sweet lemonade. i= z w U) c a: 0 ..J I.L America: The Consumer N o, we have no axe to grind with Wal-Mart. However, could what happened to Black Americans be happening to all Americans, these days? We're talking about how the Black community_ has long-since become a long-term "consumer" for everything, and a provider for very little. What's even more chilling is -not the fact that few Black Americans grow their own food anymore, but that if it weren't for federal government contracts, most Black businesses would have gone belly-up, yesterday. That's the current story of Black America. Now, think about America in general. When was the last time you bought a car, computer, washing machine, refrigerator, pair of pants, fruits, vegetables, seafood or dishes that were made and or assembled in the good old U.S.A? Try walking around your house and finding anything with a label on it that says "Made in America." Has it ever dawned on you that if Americans don't produce or assemble anything they use, then pretty soon, America will begin to look like a Third World country? Consequently, our question to anyone who will lis-ten is as follows: "What must Americans do before o::t even the American flag has a label on it that reads, "Made in China?" No, we have nothing against China, except for one fact: We don't live in China! Political Parties Ruining America America is run by politi cal parties There are a number of political parties in this country, but the two dominating parties are the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. These two parties really run America and in my opinion they are ruining America. Most elected officials come from one of these two parties. Elected officials are supposed to represent the people, their concerns and their well-being. At one time, elected officials did just that. Unfortunately, today they no longer do this. Instead, most elected offi cials cater to the whims of their political party and not to the needs of the majority D uring the initial days of the American Revolu tion by colonists, General George Washington called a staff meeting to discuss whether Blacks would be used in the army being assembled to fight for independence from England. A decision was made not to accept either slaves or free Blacks as sol diers. Well, guess what hap pened to change their minds? The British Earl of Dunmore, Virginia's royal gover nor issued a proclamation on November 7, 1777, offering freedom to indentured ser vants and to slaves who de serted their rebel masters and joined the British army. In deed, slaves were urged to desert or slay their masters and to join the British in crushing what England called the "Colonial Rebellion." Blacks flocked to the British by the thousands and played a pivotal role in several crushing defeats for Ameri cans in the Revolutionary War even though the British were finally defeated. As a matter of record, within 30 days of issuing the proclamation of Black eman cipation, at lea s t 300 runaway slaves in Virginia had reached of people that they represent. Today, elected officials sub scribe to the philosophy of follow the money, cater to big dollars and always make your party look good. It makes no difference what the people they repre sent want. The idea is to keep those with the money happy. A good idea used to be a good idea no matter what. Today, a good idea depends upon which party came up with the idea. All the while, the real idea is to keep one party in con trol of the government on all levels. That means the fed eral, state and local levels. It is very difficult for government to get anything really beneficial to most people. British troop positions and were officially called the "Ethiopian Regiment." This group participated in one skir mish at Norfolk s Great Bridge where Dunmore's troops were overrun, causing even Dunmore himself to flee. The Ethiopian Regiment never took part in another skirmish because the group fell ill and was ravaged by smallpox. Blacks were treated poorly by both the colonists and British forces. Blacks captured during battle by American troops, whether runaway, free, or escaped, were imme diately sent to the West Indies there to be sold back into sla very. Slaves from South Car olina were executed immedi ately. But historians described the British as being brutal to Black enlistees by providing unsanitary living conditions, poor food rations, and unsat isfactory clothing. Once the Black soldiers_ became in fected with or died because of smallpox, the British left them on rebel plantations in hopes that the plantation owners and other slaves would be come infected. Nevertheless, the British This is especially true on the federal and state levels of government. Today, more than ever before we hear the term government grid lock. As complicated as the term may sound, it simply means nothing gets done because one party is trying to out-do the other. Elected officials always talk about how concerned they are about the welfare of their constituents. This is nothing but idle talk. Noth ing could be farther from the truth. Most elected officials don't give a hoot about the voters who elected them. They just enjoy the apparent power and joy that goes along with being elected. If you don'tbelieve me, just watch them. I am look ing forward to the day when voters need to become at least as important as those of big money. I look forward to the day when party politics no longer prevents America from being the great nation is was designed to be. made "superior" use of Blacks in supportive capacities such as the use of more than 1,000 Black laborers who helped British General Cornwallis establish entrenchments around Yorktown and Portsmouth, Vir_ginia. The British were able to encircle C:l).arleston by using Blacks in more combat posi tions than anywhere else dur ing the Revolutionary War. Patrols of Blacks and non commissioned officers were ordered to disarm rebels. Be cause of the use of an aged slave guide, Quamino Dolly, who led the British through a heavy swamp, the British were able to capture Savannah, Georgia. Individuals whose names became as British Loyalists included Bill Richmond, a 15-year-old slave and hangman, and Ty, the best known Black American fighting for the British. Ty led a raiding party of both Black and white troops who cap tured two American captains and a large supply of livestock. When the British evacu ated Charleston, Savannah, and New York, more than 7,000 fugitive slaves chose to leave with them. The former slaves settled in Jamaica, St. Lucia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, East Florida and England. Many of their descendants would fight alongside Black soldiers in world wars of the future. And few if anyone would ever know that the so called BlackBrits" had once called colonial America their homeland Thus we have yet another reason to sa y "Harambee!"


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,.... o II About You! H&PPV 81th Birthdav ,.... ::J .., >=<( c en w ::J .... c a: u.. c z a: w > w c w ::I: en :::i Ill ::J a. SUSIE BASS Susie Bass of Tampa celebrated her 87th birthday on Tuesday, July sth, with children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. With best wishes coming from her son, Alton Bass; grandchildren, Kevin, Chris, Jr., Ovita Dove and Isaiah Bond. Our Militar Men & Women Airmen Complete Basic Training Two young men from the Tampa Bay area recently comW pleted ba$ic training. Both men graduated at Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. ::J Airman Kelvin L. Elao graduated from basic military training atLackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. w He is the son of Damaris Torres, of Tampa, and a 2008 Z graduate of Freedom High School. Airman tst Class Edward S. Kilanowski Jr., also w earned distinction as an honor graduate. en He is the son ofEdward Kilanowski, of Freeland, Pa., and

ficture From The _H_o_ro_s_c_o..a...-e_s/......;;S;_o_a ......... s _____ ---trn Attending the Grant wedding anniversary reception were: Mr. and Mrs. H. Jones, the late Mrs. Ellen J. Duhart, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Baker and Mrs. Minnie Sampson. The Heavenlyaires, from left, Verlenda Coleman, Jacquelyn Brown, Shirley Simms, Debra Williams, Aniteress Fudge and Tangela Williams at Padgett's Nursing Home as participants onthe Christmas Program. The reception held after the Mallard and Southers wedding was a festive occa-sion. Pictured are some of the people who enjoyed the event: little Ebony Mitchell, John Stanley, Loretta Avery, Joyce Mitchell, Alma Cason and Veatrice Avery. c Horoscopes Cancer (June 22-July 22) -It could be easy to delude your-r_ self into not seeing something you'd rather avoid especially with C: all this work coming in. Face it squarely and accept changes. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Let go of a crazy scheme. You may be missing part of the puzzle. There s a bigger change that wants N your attention Listen to your loved ones, and follow your heart. o ...... Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Create space at home by letting ...a. go of old clutter that doesn't serve you anymore. Don't keep it just because you once loved it. Let someone else love it. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Plan ahead and sta1t marketing your future projects now There s plenty of work to do and many temptations for fun. Organizational to allow for both. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-The next couple of days could be very productive. Your head is full of ways to make money. Don't forget to make time for love. You won't regret it, not even a bit. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Confidence expands with y our finances. You' re strong, creative and a lucky hunch could prove profitable. Go for the practical solution. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Think it over, but not so much that you start going in circles. Watch out for wolves in sheep's clothing. Research the full story. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) I:Ieed your urge to serve. What you give comes back to you tenfold. Helping others is a great way to mend a broken heart; yours or someone else's. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) ,__Don't get carried away by un obtainable fantasies. Focus instead on those that are within your reach. The trick is to khow which ones are which. Patience is a virtue, especially now. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-Adventure is in the air. A ro mantic destination or philosophical exploration keeps calling. Check prices and times, and indulge in speculation, even as you bring home the bacon. "11 r Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Details hold hidden gold for 0 the next two days, whether discovered through reviewing the plan, ::C or wheeling and dealing. Seek win-win solutions. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Compromise, negotiation and partnership hold the keys to success. Hold off on travel for a few m days. Send off the paperwork for a new oppo$nity. Make the call. Z Soaps ALL MY CIDLDREN-Ryan fills Griffin in on his plan to stop David; Amanda tells JR a secret; Greenlee overhears Jane and David making plans. JR dreams about a wedding night with Marissa; JR buys a bottle of alcohol, and he may relapse; Amanda has a nightmare. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Taylor has trouble believ ing that Stephanie is remorseful about influencing Thomas to lie; Thomas attempts to defend himself to Dayzee; Brooke is shocked z m r m c: r r m :::! z c: m r to learn that Thomas had been lying. Brooke unloads on Thomas about how hurt she is; Eric's appalled to learn of Stephanie's ac tions; Thorne confesses to Eric his feelings regarding the family; m Stephanie goes to Brooke with the intent of making a heartfelt apology. Hope is ecstatic to learn that her suspicion was correct; Stephanie humbly apologizes to Brooke and tries to explain why she bribed Thomas to lie; Thorne and Felicia worry about their C: parents' marriage. rn DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Jennifer backs away from Daniel to c help Carly; EJ lies to Taylor, and Sami takes special pains to get Taylor to see the truth; Carly encounters Quinn's drug dealer and )> gets tempted; Rafe unleashes a brutal tirade against EJ just as Z Johnny walks in. Stefano turns against EJ and treats Chad as his C only son; Sami asks Lucas to send Allie home; Taylor and Nicole 3J reach a tentative rapprochement; Sonny bonds with Gabi, T and 0 Kinsey. Sonny has a serious talk with Victor; EJ tries to appeal to Taylor; Abe receives flack from the DA's office about Bo deputizing Hope; Nicole and Kinsey bond; Kate urges Chad not to abandon Stefano. en ::t: m. c GENERAL HOSPITAL Sonny discovers Jax paid off the court-appointed mediator, and he blackmails her; Brenda reveals the recent attack on her and Alec during Carly and Jax s custody hearing; Robin and Patrick adjust to the new chief of staff at the hospital. Maxie continues to meddle with Jason and Sam's thoughts on marriage; Michael gives Edward good business ad vice, making Asher jealous; Javier takes a special interest in Lulu. Anthony can't believe Spinelli's behavior; Ethan continues to ex aggerate his interest in Abby, but Kristina does ot buy it; Lulu and Dante plan strategy as Javier dangerously overhear's. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Jessica slaps Natalie in front of Viki; Dorian and David discover a dead body; Echo overhears Rex plot ting revenge against Todd and Jack by hurting Blair and Tea. Jack is attacked; Bo probes Rex's reasons for trading Gigi's heart for Clint's assets; Blair walks in on Dorian evicting David. James and Starr have a romantic interlude by the pool; Nora obsesses on figuring out who might have hurt Matthew; Destiny freaks out when Vivian mentions a teen pregnancy group she's working with YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Nick's anger confuses Sharon; Sam's arrival changes everything for Adam. Sharon receives help from an unexpected source; Diane reveals .Adam's scheme to the DA. Colin and Genevieve's ongoing at-traction confounds Jill; Lily is shocked by Sofia's infidelity. .....,


First Black Maior At Sherin's OHice Dies BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, the first African American promoted to the rank of Major with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office died. Retired Major Arnie Lee Myers, Jr., was 82 years old. His daughter, Mrs. Adrienne Myers Comache said her father had been on dialysis for the past three years. He had completed his treatment at the ARNIE MYERS, JR. Retired Major, Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office center Tuesday, when he suf-He ended his career with fered a heart attack and did not recover from it. retirement on May 24, ).988, and in his retirement letter to A native of Haines City, then Sheriff Walter C. Major Myers attended the public schools of Polk Heinrich, Sr., Major County. He conbinued his Myers wrote, "I've enjgyed a education .and earned an AA law enforcement career in Degree in Political Science which I accomplished much and Administration, a more than originally expected." Bachelor's Degree in C Literature; and a Master's After retiring, Major it Degree in Public Myers became a published 1.L Administration. author of 4 books; hosted a He served several years in radio program entitled "The c:( the U. S. Army and in later Law And You;, hosted a weekly television series enti-decided to pursue a career in tled "Th e Two Way Street" on c ..... law enforcement. Major USF Channel 16; and wrote a CJ) Myers joined the column for the Florida Hillsborough County Sheriffs Sentinel Bulletin. 1-Office in January 1965. Major Myers is survived i:[ During his tenure, he became by Mrs. Marye A. w the first African American Herrington Myers, his wife Gj promoted to the rank of of 51 years; 5 children; 16 C Major.. grandchildren; 3 great grand-W Major Myers received children; and numerous other m numerous awards and comfamily members and friends. ::::i mendations during his 23-Funeral services for Major ID year career in law enforce-Myers took place Monday ment. He served as President (today) at 1 p.m., at Mt. Tabor z of N.O.B.L.E. of Florida and M. B. Church. Stone j::: was the recipient of the Memorial Funeral Home was of the Year" in charge of handling ...J Award. arrangements. m ...J w z j::: z w CJ) Highland Pines Task Force Meeting

2 Groundbreaking Scheduled For Home For Pregnant Mothers As part of the Sulphur Springs Neighborhood Of Promise Initiative, on July 18th, a groundbreaking cere mony will be held at 11 a. m. to announce the opening of Layla's House. Layla's House will provide young families with workshops, support and programs that create strong educational foundations for their children. It will also be a tremendous resource for pregnant mothers along with infants in Sulphur Springs. According to Cheryl Pollock, Executive director for the Neighborhood Of Promise Program through the YMCA, a life of academic suc cess is largely determined before a child is 36 months old. Layla's House was named in honor of Layla Maria Chami who was a vibrant young woman who lost her battle to cancer at the age of 16. Layla was talented in many respects. She was smart, ath letic, and creative. She also had great compassion for oth ers. At such a young age, Layla Chami was a defender of the weak and underprivileged. Without a second thought she would volunteer her time to help those in need of a help ing hand. Layla's dream when she grew up was to be an obstetri cian. She loved babies and had special affection for women about to be'tome mothers. The public is invited to join the Sulphur Springs commu nity for the groundbreaking ceremony at 1506 East Eskimo Avenue. For more information or to RSVP, contact Cheryl Pollock at (813) 229-9622, Ext. 41. School District Denies Wrongdoing An East Tampa elementary school did not receive a grade recently because of a high number of erasures on tests. However, school officials deny any wrongdoing. Steve Hagerty, spokes person for the Hillsborough County School District, stated that their investigation at James Elementary School is complete and the district is confident that the students did not cheat during the test. The results of that investiga tion have been forwarded to the state. He also stated that now they are waiting for the school to receive its grade. "There were a high number of abnormalities, but we found that there was no prob lem. We found that the stu dents were told to finish the tests and then go back and review their answers. That resulted in the high number of erasures. "If all of the answers had been changed to the correct answers, then there may have been a problem. But, the kids were just checking their answers. We hope to find out the new grade in the next few weeks," he said Last year, James Elemen-tary School was given a "C"dropping from a "B"the year before: Some elementary schools showed impressive improve ments over last year's grades. Just Elementary improved from an "F" last year to a "C," Shaw improved from a "C"to "A," and B. T. Washington pulled its grade up from an "F" last year to a "C. Some elementary schools pulled their grades up by one letter. They are: Foster, (C to B); Graham, (D to C); Ippolito, (C to B); Kenly, (D to C); Miles (F to D); and Westshore (C to B). Other elementary schools lost points during this grading period. They are: Anderson (A to B); Bing (A to B); Bryan (A to C); Lockhart (C to D); Lomax (C to D); Oak Park (C to D); Riverhills (C to F); Roland Park (C to D); Seminole (A to C); and Temple Terrace (A to C). Some middle schools that dropped a grade letter include Buchanan, Greco, Pierce, and Young all dropped from a "B"last year to a "C"this year. Marshall dropped from an "A"last year to a "C"this year. Masonic Organization To Host &1st Supreme Convention c N BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Florida's Grand Master Members of the International Free and Accepted Modern Masons Inc. and Order of the Eastern Star will host their 61st Annual Supreme Convention from Saturday, July 16th to Saturday, July 23rd. The convention will ta,.ke place at the Florida Hotel and Convention Center, 1500 Sand Lake Road (in the Florida Mall) in Orlando. Illustrious Bobbie J ...a. Meeks 33 o and Grand Matron N.R. Christian Hayes said, "We are very fortunate to have the convention convene in the State ILL. JAMES DOGAN 33 Supreme President of Florida this year." Ill. Meeks further said, "This is a family re-union on a very large scale" Supreme President Ill. Dogan will officially open the convention. Rev. Barbara Powell, the Supreme President of the Clergy Department, will deliver the Devotional Message. This year's theme is "Designing Our Destiny, Shaping Our Future." Several activities planned for the convention are open to the public. Those activities include entertainment, a tour of Florida's Holy Land, a fashion show and the Annual Supreme Banquet. The General Session is also open to the public. new Supreme and National Leaders. Supreme President and CEO Illustrious James 0. Dogan 33 o, of Detroit, Mit;higan, will preside over the Annual Supreme Convention. Supreme Grand Master Illustrious Kenneth L. Hollowell 33 o, and Supreme Grand Matron N.R. Patricia J. Hollowell, of Detroit, Michigan will also be in attendance. The Welcome Program will take place Monday Night to ;!l welcome all out-of-town del-0 The calendar of events for members includes daily workshops and classes. During the convention, members will also elect their egates, and during that time, Ill. Dogan will extend an invitation to those wishing to take part in the convention. More than 1,000 delegates from throughout the country are expected to attend the Convention. For activities attendance and banquet tickets informatio_n, call (313) It's time to learn about Medicare. Now's the perfect time to ask about your Medicare options. How is Medicare different than my previous health coverage? What is Original Medicare and do I have other options? What are Medicare Parts A, B, c; and D? 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:: ntertainment Rihanna Concert Ends Earlv Due To Fire Oprah Teaching Class At Her south African High School c (J) w ::;) .... Back in 2007, the talk show empress opened the Oprah Winfrey L ea dership Academy for Girls s outh of Johannesburg a nd no w s She will be teaching a class at the institution called "Life 101." The course aims to bring guidance to the stu-dents and prepare them for OPRAH WINFREY the real world. Khia Stavs Alive Thru Blog KHIA In what seems like a ploy for attention, the rapper. most known for her 2002 hit "My Neck, My Back went on her Myspace blog, and went on a rant dissing some of the biggest names in en tertainment. Khia's blogged disses against Amber Rose, Bey-c C: Florida rapper Khia obvionce, Chris Brown, Gucci Mane, Jamie Foxx, Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross. LL ously has a lot of time on her C hands. z < c (J) w ::;) .... w > w c w ::I: (J) ::::i m ::;) 0. z j:: w ..J ..J ::;) GucciMane Released From Jail GUCCIMANE Gucci Mane had been in jail since April, after pushing a woman out of his moving vehicle and violating his pro bation m Gucci Mane, real name uj Radrick Davis, was re Z leased from the Fulton i= County jail at 4:30 a.m FriZ w day. (J) Anticipating his return, rumors began that Gucci Mane was released earlier this week, coupled by a re lease of his new mixtape, Writing On The Wall2, and a Welcome Home Back party Though, Gucci missed his welcome home party because he wasn't home y et. < c a: 0 ..J LL I I I I 0 I w (!) Theme: "Designing OUr Destiny, Shaping Our Future" Saturday, July 16 Saturday, July 23 I Florida Hotel and Convention Center I 1500 Sand Lake Road (In the Rorida Mall) Ortando, Florida I.L JAMES 0. DOGAN 33 Supnma President, Presiding Events Include: TOll' of Holy land Fashion Show Annual Supreme Banquet Daily WolbhDps & Classes Installation Of New Officers Florida's Orand Masar -Ill. Bobbie J. Meeks 33 Florida's Orand Matron -N. R. Christian Hayes call (313) 259-6817 For Aotivity Information and Banquet nakets I RIHANNA A Rihanna concert in Dallas, TX ended early Fri day night after a fire caused the singer to exit the stage. A video posted on YouTube shows a fire burn-ing at the top of the stage at the American Airlines Cen ter, with some sparks falling toward the floor. Some peo ple begin to stream out. The R&B and pop star posted several messages on Twitter following the inci dent. "DALLAS!!! We set the stage on FYAH tonight!!! LITERALLY!!! I'm so (mad), I was havin so much fun wit yall too!!! I gotta come back man!!" the singer tweeted. Dallas FireRescue Captain Johnny Bates said a chair caught on fire. Ghosuace Killah Sued For Sampling 'Iron Man Theme GHOSTFACE KILLAH The Wu-Tang Cllm has never been sh y about flaunt ing their influence s : from martial arts to La Cosa N as tra, chess and, of course, su perhero comics. But member Ghostface Killah's (a.k.a. Dennis Coles) love of one Marvel icon, Iron Man, is putting the Shaolin rapper in some hot legal water. Composer Jack Urbont is suing Sony Music Ent. and Ghostface over claims the rapper illegally sampled his "Iron Man Theme" from the 1960s "The Marvel Super Heroes" TV show. Ghostface, named his 1996 solo debut Ironman, and whose many aliases in clude Ironman and his alter ego, billionaire industrialist Tony Stark (which Ghostface spells Starks), has long had_ a fascination with the character. But Urbont claims that two songs on Ghostface's album, 2ooo's Supreme Clie ntele copied "verbatim" the "Theme" he wrote for the show. BOW WOW AND JOIE CHAVIS He shot to fame as a baby faced rapper aged 13. But BowWow isn't so lit tle anymore, and the now 24year-old has revealed to his fans that he has become a fa ther. After previously slamming websites who reported the news, the Like You hitmaker has that he wel comed a little girl, Shai Moss, in June. Writing on his website, the artist, real name Shad Gregory Moss, told fans: 'My Iii girl is getting BIG fast. I love every minute of it. She in spires me to go harder. Even made me treat iny mother better, it's like it made me into a man overnight. Shai Moss' mother is BowWow's ex-girlfriend and music video star Joie Chavis. Andre 3000 Mav Be Set To Plav Jimi Hendrix ANDRE 3000 And JIMI HENDRIX A Jimi Hendrix biopic" with rapper real name Andre Benjamin, a.k.a., Andre 3000 -playing the title role is in the works. This is good news for Ben jamin, who has been vocally gunning for the project since 2004, se e mingl y to no avail. In an interview seven y ears ago the OutKast rap per said he was excited about portraying the two sides of Hendrix's persona onscreen, though no project ever mate rialized. "Jimi was wild onstage," he said. "Offstage, he was really calm." The film never came to be, however. Janie Hendrix, Jimi's stepsister, manages Experi ence Hendrix, the gatekeeper of the Jegendary guitarist's estate. Attempts by numerous producers to launch a biopic film have failed. The closest thing to success was "Slide," a so-called 2009 "fictional ized account of what happened during Hendrix'sJ 'lost weekend.


========================PAID ADVERTISEMENT======================== ROADSHOW PAYING CASH FOR GOLD, SILVER, COINS AND GUITARS TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY! By Jason Delong STAFF WRITER Roll up your sleeves and get ready to start your spring cleaning early this year. The Treasure Hunters Roadshow opens today in Wesley Chapel and is looking for old coins, timepieces, and other collectibles Remember those musical instruments you played with as a kid? You know, the ones that have been stored away in the attic for the past 30 years Well it's ti!Tle to dig 'em out, along with any other forgotten treasures. You might be sitting on a small fortune and not even know it. Roadshow representative, Archie Davis, explains what the event is all about. "It's a chance to get paid today, on the spot, for your valuables. We host over 3,000 shows every year throughout the U.S. and Canada. Gold and silver, timepieces, war memorabilia, jewelry, fine art, coins and just about anything valuable can be sold at the Roadshow. This event is popular because it puts money in people's pockets. At a typical show, we will see hundreds of people during the event. We will see a few unusual items, but mostly we will see a lot of old coins, gold jewelry, and a wide variety of musical instruments and paintings. II last week at a show in Missouri, a retired dentist walked in with over 5 lbs. of dental gold fillings. "I would say that is pretty unusual, wouldn' t you say?" commented Davis. The gentleman received over $31,243 for his gold fillings. He told Davis that over the years he would keep the extracted teeth when the owners didn't warit them. He would t hrow them in a jar and over the years it added up to over 5 lbs. of gol d. Now, not everyone has a jar of gold teeth lying around but according to Davis, mo r e than you might think have some sort of gold they can cash in. Davis says, "The Roadshow rece i ves a fair amount of gold each day o( the event." Broken jewelry, gold coins and dental gold have been the largest payouts so far WE BUY SCRAP GOLD & GOLD JEWELRY with todoy's high gold prices. Archie Davis commented, "Oth er top categories at the Roadshow would have to be silver dollars and other coins, pocket Above-The Treasure Hunters Roads how event runs today through Saturday this week in Wesley Chapel. watches and my personal favorite, military items." Davis told me a story about a visitor at a recent Roadshow in Iowa. "This elderly gentleman walked into the show and asked if we were interested in old war memorabilia. He explained that he had kept all of the uniforms, medals, flags and swords that he hod collected during his service in WWII and that they were outside in his pickup. I walked outside, and to my surprise his pick up was full of the coolest militario I had ever seen: beautiful swords and daggers, battle flags, potches and medals, uniforms, he hod it all. We spent the next 3 hours going through his collection, and at the end of that day, he ended up walking away with over $8,000 for his old war memorabiHa. His last comment to me was, 'Well, I hope someone else con enjoy these things now."' Whether you have 5 lbs. of gold or a single gold tooth, a pickup full of old military items or a single sword, you should visit the Roadshow this week. It's free, it's fun and it could put some money in your pocket may be a lot oF money! Any and all coins made silver and gold coins, dollars, half dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. All condi tions wanted! GOLD & SILVER PRICES AT 40 YEAR HIGH for platinum, gold and silver during this event. Broken jewelry, dental gold, old coins, pocket watches, Krugerrands, Canadian Maple leafs, etc. JEWELRY Gold, silver, platinum, diamonds, rubies, sapphires, all types of stones and metals, rings, bracelets, necklaces, etc. (including broken ;ewelry) Early costume jewelry wonted. WRIST & POCKET WATCHES Rolex, Tiffany. Hublot, Omega, Chopard, Cartier, Philippe, Ebel, Waltham, Swatch, Elgin, Bunn Special, Railroad, Illinois, Hamilton, all others. MILITARY ITEMS & SWORDS Revolutionary War, Civil War, WWI, WWII, etc: swords, badges clothes, photos, knives, gear, l etters. GUITARS & OTHER INSTRUMENTS Fender, Gibson, Marlin, Rickenbacker, Gretsch, new and vintage amps, saxophones, wood winds mandolins and all others TREASUREHUNTERSROADSHOW .COM "T1 r-0 :!! c )> en m z :::f z m r-m c: rr-z c: m r-Cii ::1: m c m < m :::D < -1 c: m en c )> z c "T1 :::D c


Jeter Homers For 3,000th Hit, Goes 5for51nWin NEW YORK -:-Derek Jeter homered for his 3,oooth hit and raced right past the milestone in a scintillating performance Saturday, going 5 for 5 with a tiebreaking single in the C eighth inning that gave the ff: New York Yankees a 5-4 vice tory over the Tampa Bay :i Rays. Jeter doubled and had three singles while starting a pair of Yankees rallies and finishing off their last one. He bounced a single through the left side his first time up to give him No. 2,999, then sent a no-doubt drive into the left-field seats off Rays ace David Price in the third inning. That made Jeter the 28th major leaguer to get 3,0oo hits, one of baseball's biggest milestones, and the first to do it with the Yankees. Former teammate Wade Boggs was the only other player to reach the plateau with a home run. B. J. Upon hit a two-run homer for Tampa Bay, and All-Star outfielder Matt Joyce also went deep. Price lasted only five innings, giving up four runs and seven hits. c en w ::::> 1-ft w > w Steelers' Hines ward Arrested On DUI Charge c w ::z::: en ::J aJ :J D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::::> m ..J w z i= HINFSWARD z W DECATUR, GA-Pitts-en burgh Steelers. star wide receiver Hines Ward was iX: arrested early Saturday in 0 Georgia on a drunken driving ii charge, sheriffs officials said. The former Super Bowl MVP and reigning "Dancing With the Stars" champ was booked into the DeKalb County jail just outside Atlanta at 3:41 a.m. and charged with driving under the influence. A jail official said he was released on $1,300 bond, though the sheriffs office website said his bond was set at $1,000. The discrepancy couldn't be immediately resolved Saturday. Since being drafted in the third round out of Georgia in 1998, the 35-year-old Ward has been a four-time Pro Bowl selection and won two Super Bowls. Dancing with professional partner Kym Johnson, Ward in May became the second professional football player to win the "Dancing" crown after Emmitt Smith won in 2006. He bested actresses Kirstie Alley and Chelsea Kane to become the season 12 champion of the TV celebrity dance competition. Rov Williams Gets His Ring Back ROY WILLIAMS Breathe a sigh of relief, peo ple. Roy Williams got his engagement ring back. To recap-in February, Williams sent the ring, along with a videotaped pro posal and around $5,000 for school and dental work to his then-girlfriend of about a year, Brooke Daniels. According to Williams' account, Daniels declined the proposal, but accepted the ring, worth around $76,000. A signed affidavit by Williams said that when he initially asked for the ring back, Daniels said she had lost it. But an insurance investigation revealed that it was in the possession of her father, leading Williams to file the now-infamous law. suit! Judge Stops Auction 01 Reggie Jackson Memorabilia REGGIE JACKSON LAS VEGAS -A federal judge in Las Vegas has shut down an online auction of memorabilia belonging to Hall of Fame baseball player Reggie Jackson. U.S. District Judge Kent Dawson issued a temporary restraining order Wednesday against Las Vegas-based American Memorabilia Inc. The company had been asked by Jackson's stepmother to auction a purported 1977 World Series championship ring and a watch given to Jackson by the New York Yankees. Jackson says he gave the items to his father with the_ understanding that they would remain in the family. Jackson says the ring is a replica of his W otld Series ring. Jackson's stepmother says the ring is authentic and that it became hers after Jackson's father died in 1994 Ronde Barber: Tiki Unlikelv To Join Bucs Ronde Barber's twin, for mer Giants RB Tiki Barber, told USA Today the Bucs and Steelers are on his "short list" of teams for which he wants to play as he returns from retirement. How realistic is it that the Barbers could be reunited in Tampa Bay? "It was an entertaining thought four or five years ago," Ronde said. "I don't know how realistic it is now. I've not had a chance to talk to (GM} Mark (Dominik) or Raheem about it. RONDE BARBER Maybe the would be a little different under different circumstances. But I know he wants to go somewhere where he feels like he's wanted. Buccaneers QB Josh Johnson Welomes Trade ToThe49ers When the 49ers hired Jim Harbaugh as head coach, there was plenty of talk that the 49ers would look to acquire Buccaneers qualj:erback Josh Johnson, who had played for Harbaugh at the University of San Diego. With his path in Tampa Bay blocked by 2009 first-round pick Josh Freeman, Johnson, an Oakland would welcome a return to both Harbaugh and his native Bay Area. "I'd get to go home, be with my family, phi.y for a coach that changed my life and play for a team that I grew up loving," Johnson said on Thursday. "But reality of the situation is this is a business and we're all seeing it with this lockout. So I'm a part of the Buccaneers and I have one year left." Johnson is scheduled to earn $596,833 in base salary in the final season on his JOSH JOHNSON four-year, $1.877 million rookie contract. After sitting his rookie season, Johnson started four games in 2009, completing 63-of-125 pass attempts for 685 yards with four touchdowns and eight interceptions. As the No. 2 quarterback behind Freeman in 2010, Johnson completed 14-of-16 attempts for 111 yards, and has added 187 yards on 26 attempts over the 2009 and 2010 seasons. Ohio State vacates 2010 Football Wins, Sugar Bowl COLUMBUS, OH -Ohio State is vacating its wins from the 2010 football season, including its share of the Big Ten championship and the Buckeyes' victory over Arkansas in the 2011 Sugar Bowl. Responding to the NCAA's investigation of a memorabil ia-for-cash scandal that cost former coach Jim Tressel his job and led to star quarterback Terrelle Pryor leaving school, the university also said Friday it is waiving a $250,000 fine imposed on Tressel and changing his resignation to a retirement. The move contradicts a comment university President Gordon Gee made last I month when he said Tressel "will pay the fine." Through the school, the ex Buckeyes coach said that he is taking responsibility for the NCAA inquiry, which developed after it was learned Tressel failed to report play ers receiving improper bene fits. Tressel will attend Ohio State's Aug. 12 hearing before the NCAA infractions committee, the former coach's attorney said Friday. The university also is putting the football program on probation for two years, which means there would be harsher penalties if any further wrongdoing is discovered.


Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Ex-Baltimore Colts Hall Of Farner John Mackev Dies JOHN MACKEY BALTIMORE -John Mackey, a Hall of Fame former player for the Baltimore Colts who had battled with dementia, has died. He was 69. Chad Steele, a spokes-man for the Baltimore Ravens said Thursday that Mackey's wife had notified the team about her husband's death Mackey played for the Baltimore Colts from 1963 to 1971. He also played for the San Diego Chargers in 1972. He caught 331 passes for 5 ,236 yards and 38 touchdowns in a 10-season career. A NFL labor agreement ratified in 2006 includes the so-called "88 plan," named for Mackey's number, 88. It provides up to $88,ooo a year for nursing care or day care for ex-players with dementia or Alzheimer's dis ease, or $so,ooo for home care. Timberwolves' Beaslev Ticketed For Mariiuana MICHAEL BEASLEY MINNEAPOLIS ____: Michael Beasley's first season in Minnesota was quiet off the court, an encouraging sign for the Timberwolves as they hoped to see him mature and emerge as a go-to player for a franchise that desperately needs one. His first full offseason isn't off to a good start. Beasley was ticketed for possessing marijuana and speeding in the Minneapolis suburb of Minnetonka last week, police said on Wednesday. The officer allegedly found 16.2 grams of the drug in a plastic bag under the front passenger seat of Beasley's car Beasley told police the marijuana was not his, but belonged to a friend whom he had just dropped off. According to the report, Beasley cursed when an offi cer pulled out the bag The possession charge is a petty misdemeanor that car ries a fine of $128. Yao Minu Retires YAOMING Yao Ming, the 7-foot-6 top overall pick by Houston in the 2002 draft and one of the pivotal figures in the global ization of the NBA, has decid ed to retire The 30-year-old center h ad his career derailed over the last two years due to an injury in his left foot and ankle. He missed the entire 2009-10 season recovering from surgery to repair a broken bone in the foot and played just five games last season after suffering a stress frac ture in his ankle. Over nearly a decade, Yao's presence helped facilitate the NBA's popularity in Asia. He was voted in as an All-Star starter eight times, largely due to an enormous Internet vote from China. His 2007 matchup with countryman Yi Jianlian was broadcast over 19 networks and see n in more than 200 million homes in China. Yao retires with career averages of 19.0 points and 9.2 rebounds. DERON WILLIAMS ANKARA, TURKEY Turkish team Besiktas says it is close to reaching a deal with NBA All-Star guard Deron Williams. Besiktas manager Murat Murtezaoglu said on Thursday that talks are under way with the New Jersey Nets player and U.S. Olympian. Coach Ataman says our negotiations with this player are continuing. If he does come, it would be an even greater transfer than that of Allen Iverson." The Nets say they can't comment because of the lockout. Williams was supposed to earn $16.36 million with New Jersey next season. Pacman Arrested In Cincinnati ADAM "PACMAN' JONES CINCINNATI -Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was arrested Sunday in Cincinnati on misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct while intoxicated and resist ing arrest, adding to the list of off-the-field troubles that have marred his career. The 27-year-old Jones was jailed around 3 a.m. and released later in the morning. Cincinnati media outlets reported documents filed in court accuse Jones of being disorderly and shouting profanities in a downtown bar and trying to pull away as officers arrested him. Jones denied the allega tions in an interview. "I just had surgery, so why would I be resisting arrest?" said Jones, who was wearing a neck brace. He's been r ecoveri ng from a neck injury last fall that required s urgery, but he was expecting to play this year. He said h e hadn't been drinking and was out with his wife to celebrate her birthday. MELANIE Things are about to get a lot hotter with this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Melanie. As you can tell from her photo, she loves to model, and has no problem being the center of attention. Melanie has no prob lem intimidating men who aren't strong or secure enough for a determined young woman. Melanie does have a playful side, and you see that when she goes out on the town with her close friends. The man in this young woman's life must be mature, intelligent, strong, handsome, respectful, and wise beyond his years. Congratulations to Melanie as this week's Beauty .Unlimited feature. 3608 N. 1Sth(corner0flake) 813.247 1\) 0 ..... ..... 'T1 r-0 :!! CJ) m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r rm ::! z "tt c: IJJ r-Cii :::z:: m c m < m c: m CJ) c )> z c 'T1 :::tl c ..... w


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The president said the numbers were yet another sign that a full economic re covery is still elusive. Wile Calls Fatal Vegas Casino Punch Selt-Detense Benjamin G. Hawkins of Gainesville, Fla., who was arrested on a murder charge in a fatal onepunch fight that left a Utah man dead inside a Las Vegas Strip casino LAS VEGAS -The wife of a Florida high school football coach being held on a murder charge said Friday her husband was defending him self when he threw a single punch that authorities say killed a Utah man in a Las Vegas Strip casino. Benjamin Hawkins, 37, pleaded not guilty Friday during a brief appearance before a Las Vegas judge. The judge scheduled a Tues day bail hearing and set a July 21 date to hear evidence in the early Wednesday slay ing of John Massie, 46, of Roy, Utah. Defense Attorney Jack Buchanan said he wanted to review security videotapes that police say clearly show the confrontation between Benjamin Hawkins and Massey after the two exited a men's restroom at O'Sheas Las Vegas Casino, along with the single punch that felled Massie. Benjamin Hawkins told police that Massie made a comment about a "black man in a yellow shirt" in the restroom. He also said he told Massie to shut up before the two men squared off. Massie's actions as ag gressive, and he feared that if he turned his back on Massie, he'd be attacked from behind. Benjamin Hawkins whirled and punched Massie once in the jaw, according to a police re port. Fax (813) 231 -0521 Let our mmilytnke cru-e of your fumily. "'We are tl>e key to a fu>e ruld quality service" Teen Could lose Sight From $20 Contacts ERICA BARNES NEWYORK--ANewYork teen will need a cornea transplant after a defective pair of colored contacts bought from a beauty supply store gave her a sight threatening eye infection. 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Crime 2 Robber In custodv Tampa Police report that at 12:50 a.m. Friday, a distur bance between two women erupted at the Blue Note Bar 1504.North Nebraska. Police said Denise Gallon, 27, was allegedly sprayed with mace during the inci dent. After regaining her composure, Gallon report edly armed herself with two knives and walke<;l to Salem s Gyros and Subs. At that location, police said Gallon stabbed Maria McLeod, 32, and Ida Mathis, 24, thinking one of thein may have been her at tacker. After the attack, police said Gallon went into the bathroom and began to stab herself. Both McLeod and Mathis were transported ta a local hospital and reported to be in stable condition. Gallon received minor wounds and was charged with two counts of aggravated bat tery with a weapon. Her bond is set at $so,ooo. Police said their initial in vestigation revealed Gallon was mentally ill and insti gated the fight with the two victims. Shots Fired Into Vehicle During Assault Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies are asking for the public's assistance in identifying an armed rob bery suspect. On June 12th at 10:44 p. m. as the victim was parked in front of an ATM at the .-Wachovia Bank on North Florida Avenue, an unknown suspect, armed with a handgun, approached the driver's side of the victim's truck. The suspect fired into the cab of the truck striking the windshield. He then demanded money from the victim. After getting the money, the suspect fled on foot. The victim was not injured. The suspect is described as a Black male 30 to 40 years old, 6 feet to 6'2" tall, and weighing 170 to 180 pounds. Surveillance photo of armed robbery suspect. UNClE SANDY Take the time to finish 5, 9, 10, 14 a project before you 17, 19, 21, 25 start another one you haven't 27, 30, 31, 32 given much thought to how it will end 36, 40, 44,49 Man Charged With Impersonating AnOHicer MICHAEL SIRDAR According to reports, after seeing a man park illegally in fwnt of a dry cleaning busi ness last Wednesday, a soyear-old security guard pulled up in an old police car, pointed a handgun at the man and told him to move or he would get a ticket. Miehael Sirdar was wearing his security guard uniform at the time, deputies said. After the victim threat ened to callg-1-1, Sirdar re portedly got into his vehicle and left the scene. He later charged with impersonating an officer and aggravated as sault with a deadly weapon Police Need Help locating This Man LARRY HAWI'HORNE WINTER HAVEN Win ter Haven Police are asking for help in locating Larry Lavonsa Hawthorne. Hawthorne, 17, is ered very dangerous and is possibly armed with an auto matic rifle. Hawthorne has several warrants, including two counts of battery on law en forcement, felony burglary, re sisting arrest with violence, criminal mischief, depriving law enforcement of means of defense/communications, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. Anyone with information on Hawthorne's where abouts is asked to call Heart land Crime Stoppers at 1-800-226-84 77 0 Man Arreste d For Armed Robberv PINELLAS COUNTY Pinellas County Sheriffs de tectives have arrested a sus pect in connection with two robberies committed on the same day in Largo. According to detectives, Eric Massey, 38, was iden tified by victims and wit nesses as the person responsible. Massey was identified after he committed a third robbery at the Mini Mart 'on Walsingham Road on July 4th. He was captured at his ERIC MASSEY residence and charged with armed robbery and aggra vated assault. Murder suspect lnCustodv Last Thursday, Antonio Foster, 22, was arrested by authorities in Tampa. Foster was being sought on an active warrant for secon<;l degree murder in relation to a mur der that occurred on May 15, 2008 on Robert King High Drive. Ronald Rodmon was shot in the roadway at that location, police said. Foster is in jail on a charge of second degree murder. ANTONIO' FOSTER Michigan Shooter Comnlits suicide. GRAND RAPIDS, MI Hours after the shooting stopped, a car chase ended and a gunman wanted for killing seven people took three hostages, Michigan authorities still hoped that the suspect might surrender without another death But instead, he took his o-wn life. Police in Grand Rapids tried to talk an agitated Rodrick Shonte Dantzler into giving up late Thursday. They said his thoughts seemed to swing between surrender and aski ng officers to shoot him. RODRICK S. DANTZLER crime scenes -the result of an unexplained rampage in which he killed his daughter, c c.. c: """' ,!') ., r-0 c )> en m z ::::! z m r-m c: r rm ::::! z -a c: m c en % m c m < m --4 c: m en c )> z c ., :a C The 34-year-old ex-convict from Grand Rapids killed himself with a single shot to the head, ending the standoff with his hostages unharmed. But authorities say Dantzler left behind a pair of bloody an ex-girlfriend and five oth-ers, including a second child C) who police couldn't immedi-m ately identify. """' U1


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DIEHL, individually, BEST DEAL BLUEBERRIES, INC., a converted Florida corporation f/k/a BEST DEAL BLUEBERRIES, LLC, a Florida limited liability company; HIGHLAND CORPORATION OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, INC., a Florida corporation; PACKAGING CORPORATION OF AMERICA, a Delaware corporation; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; ASHER BARNEA and LINDA BARNEA; TOWNSEND FARMS, INC., an Oregon corporation; US BANCORP, a Delaware corporation; VIP MARKETING, INC., a California corporation; FIVE POINT CAPITAL, INC., a California corporation; KEYSTONE EQUIPMENT FINANCE CORP.; a Delaware Corporation; together with any GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES OF SAID DEFENDANT(S), AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST DEFENDANT(S); and any UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the cause pending in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, in and for Hillsborough County Florida, Case No. Q.11-00348, in which FARM CREDIT OF CENTRAL FLORIDA ACA, is the Plaintiff D.G.. DIEHL FARMS, INC., a Florida Corporation; DEAN G. DIEHL, individually, BEST DEAL BLUEBERRIES, INC., a c9nverted Florida corporation f/k/a BEST DEAL BLUEBERRIES, LLC, a Florida limited liability company; HIGHLAND CORPORATION OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, INC., a Florida corporation; PACKAGING CORPORATION OF AMERICA, a Delaware corporation; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; ASHER BARNEA and LINDA BARNEA; jointly and severally; TOWNSEND FARMS, INC., an Oregon corporation; US BANCORP, a Delaware corporation; VIP MARKETING, INC., a California corporation; FIVE POINT CAPITAL, INC., a California corporation; and KEYSTONE EQUIPMENT FINANCE CORP., a Delaware qorporation are Defendants, the undersigned Clerk will sell the property situated in Hillsborough County, described as: The West % of the Northeast % of the Southeast % of Section 31, Township 31 South, Range 21 East, Hillsborough County, Florida; SUBJECT TO an easement in McGrady Incorporated as to the North 25 00 feet for private roadway. TOGETHER WITH an easement for ingress and egress over the North 30.00 feet of the Northwest % of the Southeast % of Section 31, Township 31 South, Range 21 East Hillsborough County, Florida. Parcel Identification Number: 88738-0000 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash on the 28th day of July. 2011 at the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs Street, 2nd Floor, Room 201/m, Tampa, Florida 33602, beginning at 2:00 p.m. on the prescribed date. "IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS AN ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. TO REQUEST SUCH AN ACCOMMODATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, 800 E. TWIGGS STREET, ROOM 604, TAMPA, FL 33602; TELEPHONE NUMBER 813-272-6457 TWO (2) WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE; IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL THE FLORIDA RELAY SERVICES AT 1-S00-955-8771 (TTY); IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL THE FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT 1-aoo-955-ano. Dated this 24th day of JUNE. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/FELICIA PATTERSON AS DEPUTY CLERK NO"RCE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC #2289 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate lor a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the prop erty, and the names ih which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: on426.6082 Certificate No.: 119879-0& File No.: 2009-143 L Year of Issuance : 2006 Description of Property: TROPICAL ACRES SOUTH UNIT NO 3 LOT 3 BLOCK 15 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 45/71 SEC-TWP-RGE : 03-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In wh lch assessed: MICHELE LITTLE ANITA KRUCZEWSKI Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold io the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Sireet Tampa, FL 33602 on the 1Dt!!. day of August. 2011, at 10:00 A.M: (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 'ext 4809 to verily sale location) Dated this 2mb. day of June. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The ClrcuH Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dlsabiiHy who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this you are entitled, et no cost to you, to the provision of certain aSsistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenslqn 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. 'I BLICATION DEADLINES Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition --Monday@ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE -. $8.00 1 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad


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