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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area .... / ''I .t_ ', ,t oca aro an f -. SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A GE N ES I S W ORSHIP CENTER PRESENTS 'A F AM ILY AFFAIR' The family of Genesis Worship Center gathered at the Eddie Newkirk Life Center on Saturday, March 14, 2009 to celebrate A Family Affair. Tanya Miller presided over the program, which included lots of fun activities (including the Electric Slide), door prizes and of course, food. Among those helping to make the evening a success were, from left: Rebecca Simmons, Executive Administrator; Pastor Alfonzo Broughton, Senior Pas tor/Founder; First Lady Joai Broughton, Vice President of the Board; Evangelist Earlene Sermons, Executive Ministry Advisor; and Deneen Maxwell, Chief Financial Officer. (Photograph by James M cAllister) Busin ssman Feels He's Bean Targeted SEE PAGE 11-A 3rd Annual Clean City Day Planned SEE PAGE 2-A Congresswoman Pays Tribute To Activist SEE PAGE 2-A Woman, 75, Bites Alleged A-cker SEE PAGE 23:-A .......... . .... ::::.::::: : ::.:::.:r t

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en 0 Q N ...: N Features J: 0 a: < :E >= < c Congresswoman Honors Education Activist a: I.L During Black History Month, Congresswoman Kathy Castor paid tribut e to a Tampa trailblazer who has worked diligently in the education arena. The tribute was paid to Dr. Sam Horton on February 24th during ; the 111 th Congressionii} Session Congpesswoman Castor was .in. session and unable to personally present Dr. Horton with the plaque. Her District Director, Mrs. Chloe Coney, and Mrs. Doretha Edgecomb, Hillsborough County School District Board member represented her. The presentation was made at his home. C A native of the historic fi: Bealsville, Dr. Horton c attended the local schools of Z Hillsborough County. After < graduating from Marshall High School in 1945. 5} At the age of 19, Dr. W Horton received his Bachelor's Degree in > Education from Florida A & ffi M University. He later > earned his Masters and w c Ph.D. degrees. W He embarked on a career with the Hillsborough :i County School District that spanned 421/2 years and Q. became a trailblazer for eduZ cation in the process During tij his tenure, Dr. Horton -' served as a coach, English _, :::: Teacher and becam e a prinm _:, DR. SAM HORTON ... Recognized by Congresswoman Kathy Castor cipal in 1965. He became the first Black General Director for Secondary Education in 1978. Dr. Horton retired from the school district in 1991, but not from his mis sion of improving the quality of education in Hillsborough County The school district hon ored Dr. Horton by renaming the Jefferson High School Stadium the Dr. Sam Horton Stadium after his retirement. Dr. Horton established a local chapter of the National Alliance of Black School Educators to bring more African American teachers into the district. He also served as the President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP. In recognizing Dr. Horton during the congressional session, Congresswoman Castor said, "Working closely with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Dr. Horton publicly opposed education plans that would lead to more segregated schools in Hillsborough County. He also co-founded the Empowerment Center, which helps Black entrepre neurs and provides tutoring for children ... ."The Tampa community honors Dr. Horton for his outstanding contribu tions to the Tampa Bay area. His career in education serves as an inspiration and will continue to influence the lives of students and educators he touched in our community and abroad," Congresswoman Castor said. A member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Dr. Horton is a member of Beulah Baptist Church, the Guardsmen, and the NAACP. He was married to the late Mrs. Doris Horton for 55 years and is the father of two adult chil dren and five grandchildren. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail iholton@fisentinel.com. w z t= z w en Sickle Cell Support Group Meeting < c a: 0 _, I.L Sickle Cell Support Group mee tings a r e h eld the 1 s t Tuesday of every m o n t h Th n xt m will be held on April 7, 2009 at 5 : 30 p. m Dinn e r will b e provid ed. Meetings are held 2123 W. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., uit e 102, T ampa, 33607. For more information, cont act 813-431-7977 ting Four Unique Individuals. One Diverse Law Firm. Clark Jordan-Holmes, Arthenla L Joyner, Karen C.D. Gabbadon and Barbara P. Bernardo 1112 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33602 lnfo@jjhlaw.net I www.jjhlaw. n e t 813.229.9300 The hiring o f a lawyer Is an I m porta nt d ecillion and should not be b ased u po n advertisements Before you decide ask us t o send yo u fr09 w r i tt en Inform atio n about our qualification s and experlenee 3rdAnnual Clean Citv oav Event Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, March 28th, the City of Tampa will host its 3rd Annual Tampa Clean City Day Event. It will take place at Al Lopez Park, 4810 N. Himes Avenue, Corporate Shelter 315, from 9 a. m. until2 p m There is a full agenda of activities planned as part of the event. The registration will take place from 7:30 a. m. until 8:45 a. m. Local per sonality Jack Harris, will serve as the Master of Ceremonies and kick off the event. At that point, volunteers will converge on the city to complete clean up efforts and beautification projects throughout the city. The volunteers will then enjoy an afternoon of lunch and entertainment The Belle Witter Elemen tary School Step Team is also slated to participate. The Marching Bands of Blake High School, Middleton High School, and Van Buren Middle School will take part in a Battle of the Bands competition. Local performing artist Sam Bullock will also lend his talent s to the occa s ion In the second half of the event, the winners of the high sc h oo l art contest will be announced, give-a-ways will take place, and the spon so rs and booth vendors will be recognized. The event will conclude with entertainment being provided by Sam Bullock. Jim Pinkney, Division Manager for the Tampa Clean City Program said, "We are observing our third annual event this year. Volunteers will be working throughout the .city with beautification projects. This event is designed to support beautification projects, clean JIM PINKNEY Division Manager, Clean City up efforts, adopt-a-street program, adopt-a-trash receptacle, and to bring recy cling awareness throughout the city." Pinkney further said, "Clean City, along with Friends of Clean City is expecting 3000 volunteers this year to support our 3rd Annual Tampa Clean City Day Event this Saturday. We have more than 6o pro jects that consist of beauti fication projects, clean up efforts and recycling aware ness citywide in 5 districts from New Tampa, North, East, South and West Tampa. The volunteers will focus on the interstate, gatewa y s parkways, and medians to create an environment that i s aesthetically pleasi ng. Mayor Pam Iorio will be on hand to thank the volunteers. There will also be free food for the volunteers and vendors. Anyone wishing to partici pate in the program as a vol unteer is to par ticipate. There will also be remote locations throughout the city to register. For additional information contact Ms. Eva Hughes at (818) 307-5516, (813) 307-5513; or by e-mail at Eva.Hu&hes@Tampap.net.

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Features Local Hero Changed Bv The Experience Nearl y a year ag o, two Tampa men pl aced themselves in d a nger to save two other p eo ple in volved in a traffic acc ident. One of those people was a City of T ampa police o fficer. Archie Thomas said his life has been changed since he pulled Master Patrol Officer Tara Edwards from her police cruiser just moments before it exploded. Since that day, May 5 2008, he and Douglas Rand, who is credited with helping in the rescue, h a ve been the recipients of numerous awards. Most recently, the two men were recognized as Citizens of the Year by the Tampa Police Department. Thomas is credited with saving a police officer' s life, but the experience changed him as w e ll. I think being recognized as the Citizen of the Year is a great thing and it was a very ni ce ceremony. I apprec i a t e tha t they are r ecognizi n g me for trying to h e lp." But Thomas sa id what has really change d for him i s the interaction with p o li ce. H e views them in a d iffer ent lig ht. "They h ave s t aye d in t o uch with m e. The officers keep up with me and ke e p m e thinking positive Captain Rocky Ratliff, III, talks to m e a t least once a month. He h as bee n an i nspiration t o me. I've known him a long tim.e ahd he keeps me thinking positive. I just want to thank him for th at" "This has changed my l i f e. I came to realize that I was creating my own problems. I was creating m y own destiny and now that's ove r You can t blame others for problems you create," he said. Thomas was going to work when he observed the green truc k cross the lin e and hit the police c ruiser head o n T h e crash took place a t Dr IGng Blvd. and 27th Street. ARCHIE THOMAS "Citizen of the Year" Thomas r a n to the police cruiser while Rand went to h e lp the driver of the green truck, l a ter id e nti f ied as Ms. Marti Sue Ottley. During a n ea rlier interview wit h the Se ntin e l Thomas said, We stopped and I ran t o th e officer's car. I co uld see her arm was pret ty bad, but she was t alki ng. I did n t k n ow a t the time h e r l eg was broke n T h e smoke s tarted comin g into the car so I just picked her up and carried her acros s th e str eet. No m o r e th an 30 t o 40 seconds passed and th e n th e p olice ca r burs t int o n a m es ... Master Patrol Office r Edwards suffered a broke n wris t nose, l eg, and kneecap i n th e wreck. She was unable t o get out of the ve h icle without assistance Ms. Ottley was arreste d a n d charged with our with serio u s bodily i njury, driving with li ce nse cancelled, s u spended or revoked, and r ec kle s d r iving wit h serious bodily injury According t o the Hill borough County Jail websi t e, s h e was sente nc ed t o 60 months in a Florid a S t a t e Pri son. Felony MP Misdemeaoor Defens e D rug Trafficking, Delivery And Possession Murder And Attempted Murder Possession Of Firearms Battery, Aggravated Battery And Assault Burglary And Theft VOP's And Bond Hearings DUI And Traffic Offenses/Habitual Offenders Practice Also Handles: General Civil Litigation Divorce And Modification Of Child Support Payment Plans Available Former Hills. County Assistant State Attorney Former Hills. County Sheriff's Deputy 20 Years Of legal Practice Convenient Hyde Park Location With Free Parking Office: 813-254171 2 Cell: 813-527-1434 6021/2 South Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33606 fhe hlmuJ l)f A ldwyt r All lmport.ml dtclion thdl \I mule! nul Ill' h.m: d \uldy upn11 dtlv!!rll\t'lll< llt !It f ort ynu rll'drlt, ' tlw tu wnd you frN wrllll'llinform.llftln olhOUI hi\ lfllolfiliCdtiOtl\ llld cJHrie ii (C. School Band Plans To Collect 10 Million Pennies )> ::c () :I: I\) The donations are slowly coming in to Middleton High School as band members continue to collect pennies. Ronda} Russell, the school's Director of Bands said, "We are not giving up. There is no reason why these children should not have the things they need and be able to take advantage of opportunities for their fu ture." As a result, Russell said they have set a goal of raising $too,ooo, which translates into 10 million pennies. He admits that it is an unusual fundraiser, but feels that people will make donations ---and they are making them. He said the donations are slowly coming into the school. His request to the community is simple. "Every time you see a penny on the ground, street, sidewalk, grass, or wherever, pick it up and think about us because every penny counts. The funds will be used to purchase uniforms, instruments, instrument repairs, and other things vital to the program. Russell wants the band to have the same reputation as the Middleton High School bands of the past. And he is on his wa y in achieving that goal. RONDAL Director of Bands, Middleton High School For the first time in its history, the Middleton High School Marching Tigers were awarded a Superior Medal while participating in a state music competition. This weekend the band, along with that of Blake High School and Van Buren Middle School, will perform at AI Lopez Park during the Clean City Event. Russell further stated that the band plays an important role in the lives of students by teaching life skills essential in their future roles as productive citizens. "Being part of. the Middleton HigH School Marching Tigers Band also gives students the optJortUnity to compete for. college scholarships. Many of our students would not be able to attend col lege if not for the aid of these music scholarships. n City Editor Iris B. 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Editorials & Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 2 1 s l Avenue Tampa Florid a 33605-(813) 2 48-1921 Publi s hed Ev ery Tuesd ay and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co Memb e r of National N ews p aper Publi s hers Asso cia tion (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publish ers, Inc N e w York 1990 -94 CP Tim e lnl e rnati o nal POSTMASTER : Send Addr ess Chang e To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Post age Paid AI Tampa, FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR 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 Wr i te':' dO not reflect the editorial stance of The Florid SenUnef Bulletin or the Pub11s her Americans In The Wilderness A merica is a society of numerous religions. But commentary of a recent news article troubles us to the extent we believe we need to respond to inferences ;;: the article makes. In essence, it says, many Americans are C turning to tarot cards, palm readers and fortunetellers, in ff: hopes of escaping this nation's current economic and politiC cal chaos. It reminds us very much of Moses and the Z Israelites while they were stranded in the Wilderness and
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President 01 A Heartsick Nationl A nd President Barack Obama said, "We've put in place a comprehensive strategy to attack this American crisis on all fronts. It's a strategy to create jobs, to help responsible homeowners, to restart lending, and to grow our economy over the longterm, and even now we are beginning to see signs of progress." He said, "This bud get is inseparable from this recovery because it is what lays the foundation for a secure and lasting prosperity." Then our new president explained his decision to send more guards, but not more military to patrol the borders between America and Mexico. MWe are sending millions of dollars in additional equipment and hundreds of addi tional personnel that can help control the border. For, we are going to continue to monitor that situation. And if the steps that we've taken do not get the job done," he grinned and said in his best Smokey Robinson rendition, find something new!" Then this new Chief Executive rejected China's proposal for a new world cur rency to overtake and replace the American dollar. He said he wrestled with his decision to allow federal financing of medical research using human embryos ; but in the long-run, he was satisfied that he had done the right thing by ordering ethical guidelines to ensure the work was done morally. Then he talked about how he'd defended a budget item that reduced the tax deduction that wealthier families could take when they made charita ble donations, saying the pro vision would affect only about one percent of the American people. And finally, this new American President who has been compared favorably with other leaders like .Franklin D. Roo,seveJt: ; ,..obn F. Kennedy and Reagan, said he can save money on defense by targeting the way the military buys its equipment, and that our nation would remain safe and our veterans would be well cared-for. And when he was through saying to America all that he had done and would do, in less than two months, America slouched back in its chair, looked President Obama blandly in the face and said, "That's all well and good. BUTWHATHAVEYOU DONE FOR ME, LATELY?" Everybody else around the world is saying it. So, I'm going to say it. President Obama, in these past 6o days, has proven himself to bd one of the best presidents America has ever had, since the invention of sliced and blittered bread! Yet, and still, something is wrong, in America. Our eyes do not believe what they see. Our ears cannot fathom what they hear. America's youngest president, full with ideas, vision and confidence, is being greet ed, not by a spirit of "Yes, we can," but with a demonic atti tude of "You go to Hell," espe cially by the men and women who have committed themselves to work with the President to save our nation We ask, "What is wrong?" But we know what is wrong An unwillingness to put historical racism behind us is what's wrong. An unwillingness to see a Black man do what other men and women could not do or would not do is what is eating America alive, from the inside Yes, we as a nation have not yet, made up our minds as to whether we collectively want to bd saved by the son of an African and a white Hawaiian. We try to dress up our angst. But even our enemies see it for what it is. And as our newest Attorney General has said only too plainly, we face the fact that we are cowards of our own true a ught .w!! to do? Here's a suggestion. FOR ONCE, IN OUR HISTORY, WE NEED TO BE TRUE TO OURSELVES. Yes, America is a heartsick, racist nation. But America is also one of the nations that has ever existed in the world. We are both. But we could be much more and much greater. Our future is in our hands (that's what our President is trying to tell us)! Black'Amerlcan Insight continued trom page 4-A search for your ancestry by searching census data, court records for lists of property of slave owners, cemetery records, bir"th and death records. Good luck on your search for your ancestry and best wishes for happy family reunions. Harambee! Has our Political svstem Become Outdatedil At one time, the American Democratic political system was held up by most of the world as the most successful gov ernment system in history It is a government of the peo ple, by the people and for the people. Ideally, it was a system where the will of the majority ruled The American Democratic system was admired and even copied by many countries around the world. The American system was often imitated but never duplicat ed Today, there are those who question the American sys tem of government. Has the American system become outdated? Or have Americans destroyed it? It appears that the very peo ple who create this type of government and the people this government was created for have become almost unimportant. Government in America is no longer run by the will of the people. Instead, political supporters, lobbyists and large corporations now run our democracy. Our political system has become so rupt and so bipartisan until the American people have become secondary and an afterthought. Ideas, laws and government spending are now judged by what party originated the idea; not whether or not it is good for the American peo ple. Sure, politicians use the words 'people, voters and constituents' big-time when they are making speeches. Those same words are seldom used or considered when they are making policy decisions or making budget cuts. The biggest problem our political system faces today is the partisan bickering that goes on between the two major parties, the Democrats and the Republicans. It appears today that these two parties can' t agree on any-thing. This very minute, our nation is plagued by a severe financial crisis that is one of the worst in history. Why are we in this finaneial.predicament? Is it of the failure of Or is it because America has just gotten so big and over-popu lated? I say it is because of the fail-ure of our government. Our government is over crowded with elected officials who are more interested in promoting themselves than the people of 0 the United States. It is becoming more and more )> apparent that our current (J) form of government needs some fixing. :j Down through the years, Z America has been able to I make needed adjustments to ta our government to keep it functional and effective We r just don't seem to be able to do that anymore. The reason: z too much partisan bickering "tt and too much self-preserva-tion. r iii % m 0 m < m l:J -< c: m (J) 0 IV Weapon 01 Choice Is A Pen )> z 0 There are many ways of speaking out on issues. There are also different ways of retaliating against someone who has angered you. Customarily, people tend to use violence or other radi cal means .to solve their dis .. putes. I prefer the power of the pen. The pen has no conscious and ih some caSes, can't be identified. It has no personal agenda or bones to grind. It only operates at the discre tion of its holder The ultimate way to express yourself is to use the pen. Through it pours passion and feelings you could never verbalize. Through it also flows the courage to speak your mind and reach deep inside your heart. The pen also has a dark side It can be utilized to tear someone apart, end an idea, strike back at an opponent, or end a relationship. It can also be used to remove someone from society or tar nish their image severely Those outside the media don't understand the power of the pen until they read what it has produced. The .true sot\tce of information comes from the pen before it's ever gobbled up by new technology. on it to keep us enteHained, and to scare us when the need arises. The pen has sent a lot of young men off to die during wartime, and has also returned them home safely. The pen is used to remove lawbreakers from society and' pi.i\' .them where they can't hurt anyone. The pen can make or break a career. In the educational setting, the pen can either give you an "A" or "F." It doesn't play favorites and no problems hutting your feelings. The pen can be used to 6 revitalize a community or tear it down. It can be used to evict someone or open the door to a new home. The pen can be used to write a traffic ticket, purchase a car, and eve'tt gt!t it tricked out later. The fact is, we dan 't give enough credit to the power of the pen as a means o'f expression. As a society, we try to dilute its power through television and socalled analysts who tend to enjoy having the power to sway your thoughts. Let s give more credit to a simple device that can change so many things in so many ways. Let's give this simple invention the credit it deserves and restore its lus-ter. Let's recognize its power C) and do we can to m stay off its bad side. t

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>a::: w > w 0 w I CJ) ....J co :::l Cl. z i= w ....J ....J :::l co I ....J w z i= z w CJ) !)M of their S180B bailout mon e y to pay bonuses, congressmen from both sides of the aisle scr e amed foul in unison with taxpayers Senators, representati\'es, governors and pur president weighed in on the issue. They blasted ext:culi\'es at A.I.G. using terms like .arrogant.'' incompetent and "greedy" to describe the atmosphere at the insurance commy. Never mind the fact that many of the company's most vocal critics in Washington were aware of the bonuses before they became public, or the damage the bad publicity could do to the company's earning potential and its ability to re-pay the $1808. Ad op ti on Lawmakers seemed more concemed about mirroring the outrage of potential voters. So, they feigned outrage right with them Instead of elected officials taking responsibility for playing knee-jerk reaction politics hy lending money without derailed stipulations, they attempted to their role as co-conspirators hy joining in with th e finger pointing and berating the alleged e\ ildoers at A.I.G. But how can anybody lw upset with a prinate corporation for, in essenee, operating like a pri, atc corporation? I mean this is what companies do They pay exorbitant salaries and bonuses to high level employees in an effort to maintain loyalty, hoost morale and keep talented players on their team. If the fi:ds didn t wunt them the money to maintain those facets of their normal operations, then provisions should have made before the money was allotted. lmmlgraUon Civil / P e rs o n a l In j ury B ankruptcy Guardianship P r o bate Wills Call Us. We Can Help . F. Kemi Oguntebl Att o rney A t Law 1 09 N Arme n ia Avenue Tam pa FL 33609 (813) 254-a717 CRIMI 221 -1800 14&1 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scon S t. The hiring of a lawyer Is an Important decision that should not ba based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you FREE written lnfonnatlon about quallflcallons and experience I repossess these so-called misappmpriated funds. The problem is they don't have much of a leg to stand on. According to A.I.G.'s CEO Edward Liddy, the bonuses were paid because of a contractual obligation the company made with its employees a year ago. If that's the case, then hy law, the individuals who were beneficiaries of the bonuses aren't required to hand hack one penny. Of course the lawmakers, most of whom are former attorneys, already know this. And that's what makes this entire charade of disgust so transparent. Rather than tell the American people the truth and say, We'\'c been had and there's nothing we can do about it," 'they would rath e r maintain the illusion that they arc seeking all ;a\ ailahle options to rctric\ c the IIH>Ill!)'. When in all th .. y rc really doing hoping the y can shame, embarra s s and pressure A.I. c;. employees into gi\ ing the c heck back \'oluntarily In the end, it all comes down to the U S governm e nt g e tting played. They sat down at a poker table with some real financial sharks and A.I.G. did exactly what they were supposed to do when they recognizt:d a sucker ... They shot to kill. And that's what all hustlers, even corporate ones, arc trained to do. Send comments to: Clarence Ba.-r, II, 4:J110-oa8, F. C. I. P. 0 Box 52020, Bennettsville, SC, 29512 or emHil d.>urr.z@oasisnov s:ls,cum. Comminee Meets To Discus s Means To Combat Cri m e BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The West Tampa Committee for Public Safety and Change met last week with members of the Skills Center to discuss a youth basketball and life skills clinic and program. The meeting was made possihle through Todd Cole, Vice President of Operations for the Boy s and Girls Club of Tampa Bay Celeste Roberts arid Ken Rober-ts of the Skills Center talk e d with Dwight Bolden, acting chairman for the WTCPSC and agreed to set up the program where the Boys and Girls Clubs would house each clinic and assist the Skills Center with the program. "This was our second meeting with the Skills Center to attack the problem of crime through a positive means. With help from the Hillsborough County Adult Education Program we hope to see four adult education c-enters open in August of this) ear. "Our goal is to provide services throughout the city wher-e a pen;on that doc.sn 't have a high school diploma would h e ahle to DWIGHT BOLDEN obtain it and be able to <.:ontinuc their e-ducation through ocational or te chnit: al skill training." Bolden said if a p e rson has dropped out of school and wants to par1icipat e in the program, that person would have to enter and complete the Adult Education Program. In a study by the gon!rnment, it was determined 65 % of the prison population did not complete high school," said Bolden. "We feel that getting an education is a crime prevention measure. This gives us a chunl-c to work with all sectors of our community." For more information on this safety and crime prevention initiati, e, call Dwight Bolden at (813) 735-4425. NUR lN G H ME NEGLE T R MEDI AL MALPRA 1 E ALL ERI U INJURl (81.3) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 WWW.G I BBSAN DPARN ELL. 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Local Chamber Holds Militarv Appreciation Banquet The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce will host their 2009 Military Appreciation Ban2uet on Thursday, April 2n at the Hyatt Regency, Two Tampa City Center. The reception will begin at 6 p.m. and the program starting at 7 p m The keynote speaker is Major General Jay W. Hood, Chief of Staff, United States Central Command. The Banquet will honor Tampa' s military personnel and salute their service. This year' s awards include: Military Civilian of the Year; Special Service Award; Special Humanitarian Award; Corporation of the Year ; Military Affairs Coun cil Bob Cutler Award; Army Military Citiz e n of the Y ear; Nav y Military Citi ze n of th e Year; Coast Guard Milita r y Citizen of the Year; Coast Guard Recruit e r of the Y ear; Air Force Military Citizen of the Year; Air Force Reserve Military Citizen of the Y ear; Air Force Recruiter of the Year; University of Tampa Army ROTC Cade t of the Year; University o f S outh Florid a Army ROTC C a d e t of the Year ; Univ e r s ity of South Florid a Marine ROTC Cad e t of the Y ear; U niver sity o f South Fl orida Navy ROTC Cadet of the Year ; Univ e rsity of South Florida Air Force ROTC Cadet of the Year; and the Essay Contest .Winner. lfo register for the banquet visit www.tampachamber.com. For additional information contact the Events Department at (813) 276 .9440, or to register visit the website at www.tampachamber. com. Meeting Hillsborough Coumv Damocntlc Woman's Club Maadng Planned Hillsborough Democratic Women's Club will meet at 6 p.m., on 6th at Cafe on North .Dale 'Mabry Highway, {just 'south of Barnes & Noble). Members and guests will order individually from the menu. This meeting will be chaired by Program Vice President Sheila Ryan, and the guest speaker will be Phyllis Busansky, Supervisor of Elections She will speak at 7 p.m. about some of the changes being made at the Elections Office. For :-ldditional information contact Adele Ida Walter at (813) 932-6902. Conquer your cash management challenges onltne. With Online Cash Managerw you can have peace of mind -that's because everything is right in front of you, online, In real time. You can view all of yolK accounts at once, easily transferring money between business checking accounts and commercial lines of credit, even between business and personal accounts. You also get the added security that your business is being protected from fraud. Wtlre security means less panic. And less panic means more productivity. To learn more, visit suntrust.com/busfness, call 866.587.1780, or speak to your SunTrust banker. for:. .Qf. 00.9'!ltne Cash Manager Plus" with Fraud Inspector, Online Payroll, Online 401k, Online Check [)eposit, and much more. For details, go to suntrust.comlbusiness. Cash Manasement F'lnancWl3 Solutions Solutions antJ Sfk';:-:.; U t.) t ..fff. \ f H J 8 .. nr.. .. r rOl(;. SUNTRusr Ltv. soHct. lank soHct: .-md n s u rMol:! :.>er.,.ics : Aro r.o1 f'OIC or >1r.11 cllht!! G ov<. nnmenl A%1l3noy !t1sured At;! nQl B mk Mav L o t< V3h (J) m z ::::! z m r-1 Ill c r rm ::::! z "'tJ c Ill c (J) :I: m c m < m lJ < c m (J) c > z c "TI lJ c

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Ol 0 0 N ,..... N :::c (.) a: -"' a: w > w c w :J: CIJ ::J Ill 0.. z t= w ...1 ...1 Ill I ...1 w z t= z w CIJ C3 a: 0 ...1 LL. Local Finalists For 'Support Emplovee Of The Year' Chosen BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Four employees of the Hillsborough County Publi c School District have been chosen as fi.alists for the 2009-2010 "Instru c tional Support Employee of the Year." The winner will be announced on Tuesday, March The four....:.finalists are: Chuck Beckman, of Cleveland Elementary School ; Lamar F Davis, III, of LaVoy Exceptional Center; William "Mr. Bill" Davis, of Springhead Elementary School; and Ms. Patricia Fleurijean, of Wimauma Elementary School. The competition is spon sored by the Hillsborough County Education Founda tion, a not for profit organization whose mission is to invest community resources to benefit students. Chuck Beckman became a member of the Cleveland Elementary CHUCK BECKMAN School staff seven years ago As a paraprofessional in the Varying Exceptionalities class, Beckman works with children ranging in age from kindergarten to fifth grade. He engages mus ician s, restaurant worker s, visual artists, and firefight e r s to further introduce the students to their community and its cultural heritage Lamar Francis Davis, Ill, has been a Paraprofessional-at the LaVoy Exceptional Center LAMAR DAVIS, III for four years. During this time he has coached students on improving selfesteem and building their life socia l and communica tion s kill s H e has serv e d as head of t h e Young Gentle m e n 's C lub for Th e Specia l Need Students as well as the sc h ool's soc ia l club and supervises the students in a ll sporting activities H e is a)so involved in the PTA, SAC, and many school enrichment programs. In his spare time, he trains kids in boxing at GENESIS WORSillP CENTER 2711 E. 18TH AVENUE TAMPA, FLORIDA33605 Installation Service Speaker: Apostle Mark T. Jones Senior Pastor Center for Manifestation Worldwide, Inc. I PASTORALFONZO & LADY JOAI BROUGHTON Special Guests: Apostle Michel).e Kelly Pastor Deondrick Douglas Pastor Laytecia McKinney Pastor Oneil Salmon Evangelist Jewel Davis Mighty Praise & Worship by: Minister Ebou Howard & the Minstrels of Worship REACHING THE BROKEN AND FORGOTTEN" WILLIAM R. DAVIS the Community Center. William R. Davis is affectionately known as "Mr. Bill." As the school's cu stodian for the past 10 years, Mr. Bill a l so serves as t h e sc hool 's photograph e r taking pictures at s pec i a l prog r a m s, activities, a nd dress-up d ays He i s f amous at the sc hool for hi s d e piction of "Character Ed," a supe r hero who encourages positive behavior and good character. Ms. Patricia Fleurijean has worked as a Data Processor at Wimauma Elementary for 23 years. She is well known for her MS. PATRICIA FLEURIJEAN talents to create business partnerships and engaging in community outreach. Her work with the Florida Frozen Foods Group led to the creation of the annual sc hool-wide Christmas bash. The company provides gifts for each student in the school, along with music, clowns, and a visit from bothSanta Claus and the Good Humor Ice Cream truck. She has also established relationships with several other businesses that donate money, clothing, toiletries and baked goods for after-school programs. New Progress M. B. Church 3307l SllllllwiiWft 111111 I --. Sr_ PISTil Ill. e. I. lltellaler.ISU PISTil #2 lr 01 New Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church A Super Natural Church Composed Of Super Naturi.l People .7401 So. Kissimmee St. Port Tampa, FL 33616 {813) 837-0129 Office Hours: Tues. And Thurs. 10 A.M. 6 P.M.

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Local Church Hosts Young-At-Heart Seniors Ministrv On F ebruary 26th m embers of St. Luke A. M E Church celebrated Black History Month The the m e for t h e program was Th e Young-At-Heart S en iors M{nistry." As part of the program, t h e church revisited food s eaten by our ancestors. Sister Dolly Grinies provided a historic exhibit. Sister Curtiss W. Wilson was the Prog ram Director and Rev. L. W. Floyd is the pastor. (Photography by Brunson) Mrs. Curtiss Wilson, Program Director, left, is 'shown Mrs. Mrs. Fannie Thomas was on h and for the Black History Celebration a t St. Luke A M E Church last month. Mattie Ford, birthday celebrant, and Pastor L. W. Floyd at the Black History Program. Among those in attendance at the Black History Program were from left to right: Mrs. Ella Jordan, Mrs. Mary Powell, and Mrs. Verlion Jordan. Mrs. Ann Sullivan left, and Mrs. Minnie Sulli an were in Mrs. Eula Conley, Mrs. Leola Brown, and Mrs. Emma Demps attendance at the Black attended the event. Hi tory Program held at St. Luke A.M. E. hurch. 34th Street Church Of God lYWEiK2008 Dr. Thomas & Elder Marva Scott Senior Pastor And First Lady Order Of Events: .. Thursday, April 9, 2009 7:00 pm Holy Communion & Foot Washing Service Rev. Dr. Jeffery A. Johnson, Messenger 34th Street Church Of God Friday, April tO, 2009@ 7:00pm "The Seven Last Sayings of Jesus from the Cross" The FJrst Word: Pastor Greg Whaley Lighthouse Ministries For Christ The Fifth Word: Rev. Dr. Zachery Hudson T)Je Second Word: Rev. Day'na Gray 34th Street Chur c h Of God The Sixth Word : Rev. Dr. .= Patricia Bau er Potter' House D eliverance Tabernac l e The Tblrd Word: Rev. Dr. Ma ine Wood ide 3 4 th Street Chur c h Of od The eventb Word: Rev. Dr. Thomas cott Saturday, April17, 2009@ 11:00 am-1:00pm "Community Day" Held at the King's Kids Community Park33rd Street & 22nd Ave.* ; Join us for fre e hot dogs, and an Easter Egg Hunt. .. .. : ... .. 2-12 Mrs. Dolly M. Grimes stands beside her historical exhibit. All Service unle th IWi will be held at: 34th Street Church Of G d 3000 North 34th Stre t Tampa FL 33 05 813-248-6548 www.34th treetcog.org ., r-0 ::xJ c l> en m z ::j z m r I CD c r rm ::j z "'0 c: CD r-Cii :::t m c m < m ::xJ < -t c m en c l> z c "'T1 ::xJ c

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Local Small Business owner Feels He's Been Targeted First of all, Brother Hakim Aquil doesn't consider himself a vendor. He considers himself to be a small business owner, and should be given all the rights of other small business owners For a quarterof-a-century, Brother Aquil has sold clothing and accessories on the northwest corner of North Boulevard and Columbus Drive. Through that time, he's seen the community around him change, including Prince Grocery, that was an icon in the area, and whose owners, Ferrell and Nora Melton, first allowed him to set up busi ness in their parking lot Having dodged an earlier effort to shut his business down, Brother Aquil again faces the possibility of being shut down. New City of Tampa Code Enforcement Rules regarding vendors has put Brother Aquilina position of either conforming to the new rules, or being forced to move on Among the new rules is a requirement that he provide restroom facilities for his customers, and improve the setup of his business. ':<"l feel I'm being The fact" I've been at that location for 25 years should account for something "Why they want me to leave is beyond me, but I do know it's not for the reasons I've read or heard. Maybe, I don't fit into plans for revi talization of the area." Brother Aquil said not HAKIMAQUIL once has anyone approached him with a complaint about his business. "This whole process is costing me money. I'll go before City Council on April 2nd and plead my case I've been told I can't get grandfathered in, and that confuses me I was in place before the rules were made. I think they should have at least been courteous enough to contact me to let me know what's going on." Brother Aquil said he felt he was following the process correctly but he was still cited. "''m 'Under a lot of stress right now and after all these years, I shouldn't be going through this." Florida Sickle Cell Director, Frank Reddick, said in his opinion, Hakim AquU has been a part of the community for a long time and should be considered an icon He's be e n recognized by community and political leaders everywhere and has the respect of everyone who has ever met him." "Other groups have a place where they talk politics, and African Americans talk poli tics with Hakim." "If h e is told to move, he will b e truly missed, and I hope the city will at least acknowledge his service at that location with some kind of plaqu e or s ign." City Councilwoman, Gwen Miller, said she's talke d with City Attorney Chip Fletcher about Hakim Aquil, and he hasn't gotten back to her yet "All I've learned is that Code Enforcement reported they were responding to complaints from residents in the area. Bill Davidson, an inspector with Code Enforcement, said Aquil's violations are more of a zoning problem than anything else "It has to do with the structure he uses to sell his clothing. Zoning codes say the structure has to be a permanent one and the one he uses isn't a permanent structure." Reddick said he will lead an effort to get as many people as possible to attend the April 2nd City Council meeting in support of Brother Aquil. Reporter Leon B. Crew can be reached at (813) 248, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentincl.com. Citv To Air Tampa Spons Authoritv Meetings In an effort to improve our service to the residents of Tampa, City of Tampa Television (CTTV) will begin -airing meetings of the Tampa Sports Authority on the channel next month. The first meeting for taping is the Executive Committee set for April 13, 2009. CTTV, Channel-"'15 on Verizon FiOS and Channel 615 on Bright House Networks, plans to cover both the Executive Committee and Board meetings in an effort to bring this important public service to city residents. Executive Committee meetings are held on the second Monday of each month and regular meetings of the Board are held on the third Monday of each month. Agenda's can be obtained by contacting Janice Hosey via e-mail at jhosey@tampasportsauthority.com. The Tampa Sports Authority's offices and boardroom are located on the first floor of Raymond S .tadium at 4201 N. Dale Mabry Highway. To view CTTV's programming schedule visit www.tam: paiOy.net/ctty. For additional information please contact Cable Television Manager Mindy Snyder at (813) 274-7033 or miody.soyder@tampaiOV.net 5th Sunday Praise Service Hosted By: Bro. Grady & The Apostles "Sing unt o him a new song ; play s killfully with a loud noise."-Psalm 33: 3 Sunday, March 29,2009 Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church 232 1 Hartford Stre e t South St. Peter s burg, Florida 33 711 Rev Robert Pete Jr Pastor Come FeUowship With: Bro. Grady & The Apostle, Tbe New Florida All-Stan, Gramps & The Golden Harps, The Holy Propbeteers Parmount Gospel Singers, Gospel Pearls, Prosperity Gosepl Singen, Reflections Gospel Singers & More! For Information Contact : Bro. Grady Evans (813) Or Sis. Lillian Evans (727) 919-7200 New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 50th Street Tampa, Florida 33619 813-242-6268 www.nsmmbc.com PASTOR ALEC F. HALL "Believing, Teaching, And Using The Bible To Forever Impact Lives By Evangelizing The Sinner And Educating The Believer" Sunday Morning Church School @9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship@ 11:00 A.M. Thursday Night Youth Bible Study@ 6:30P.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study@ 7 :00P.M. Faith Temple M. B. Church Men Of Distinction Ministry Cordiall y Invites You To: Speaker: Rev. Eric E. 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en 0 0 N r-: N J: (.) a: > a: w > w c w J: en ::J m ::::> Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> m I ...J w z i= z w en l!t 1 839 MR.'C' LOPREZ HARPER The FaithfuJaires Singers And The SUverlett Singers .0 Are Having A -.c MUSICAL PROGRAM Saturday, March 28tb 7:30P.M. Faith Church Of God In Christ Pastors Roosevelt And Marion Crawford 5610 Dr. M.L.K. Jr. Blvd Everyone Is Welcome FREE FREE FREE Sl. M.lrk Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S Sherrill Sired Port Tampa. Florida 33616 (813) 839 5261 On A Firm Sunday School -9:30 A.M. Sunday Momlng Wonhip 1 0:55 A .M. Tuesday NisJlt Bible Study 6 P.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Sluify 6 : 3 0 P M Tr.1ns rta llon S e rviCf'S 11v 1 ii Hblr! In The Spotlight CARDIA This week s Spotligt:lt feature is the lovely Cardia. The gorgeous 21-year-old says her favorite artist is T.l. and her future plan is to be the next Oprah Cardia s hobbies are cooking, drawing, clubbing, and chilling with her friends. Her philosophy of life is: "Live life with no regrets." Cardia is spoken for, so any of you guys out there entertaining thoughts of macking on Cardia can forget. it. But we owe her our thanks for allowing us to feature her as this week's Spotlight feature. Abe Brown Ministries, Inc. Family Trip Schedule MARCH 28, 2009 $50.00/PERSON' CHILDREN: $25.00 #1 DEPARTURE: 3:00 A M 112 DEPARTURE: 4:00 A M 11 MARCH 29, 2009 $25.00/PERSON' CHILDREN: $12.50 # 1 DEPARTURE: 6:00A.M. # 2 DEPARTURE: 4 :00A. M Broward C I ................. ...... ..... Pembroke, FL 11 South FL Reception Center ............ Doral, Fl Central R. Rec:ept Center ...... Orlando, FL FCI Miami ........................................ M iami, Fl Tomoka C 1 Daytona Beach FL Everglades C 1 ............ ........ ........ ... Miami, FL .................. Dade C I... ........................... . Florida Ci1y, Fl Homestead C.I .... ........... ....... Fiorida City, Fl nB ....,. C I Sh Fl 12 rev .. v ..... ...... .. ... ..... . .... 8lp&S, M H C F Moor H FL Indian River C. I. ............... Vero Beach, Fl Hoodre Cavlen lmok eavleeen, Fl Martin C L ....... .... .... ......... ..lndiantown, Fl en ry ....................... ....... m a South Bay C F ......................... South Bay, FL Glades C.l. & Work Camp ... Belle Glades, FL PLEASE CONTACT THE MINISTRY OFACE FOR ADDfTIONAL INFORMATION. 'Each trip requires that lho riders allive at the Ministry OOfHlalf hour eartier than departuro. LOCATION: 2921 N, 29th Street Tampa, FL PHONE: (813) 2473285

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All About Vou CHRISTOPHER P. COBB, JR. A birthday celebration for our Iii man ( C. J.) on March 28th at Skateplex with fami l y and friends Happy birthday C. J. Love, mommy, Deborah (Dee) daddy, Christopher, grandmothers, Dr. Julia Cobb Barnes and Betty R. King, and the family. MIKE And KITIY This is a birthday shout out to a wonderful man. Bae, happy birthday. From, the real Mrs. Mack. Haoov Binhdav ANNIE EVERETTE March 29 From, your family and friends. BIACKBEAUI1E Happy 27th birthday. AA Anomev Referral Service 1-lEGAl: Personal Injury Divorce/Custody Law Criminal Accidents Utigation < Traffic/ CUI Civil Matters Bankruptcy Malpractice Wills Workers Comp. Business Probate Employment Law Real Estate AI Legal Matters 1 24 HOURS-NO REFERRAL CHARGE www.freeshield.com Needs No Explanation! LIL' WOODY, a.k.a., BOSSMAN! Jus t wante d to l e t you know you're always in my heart. Love, Boss L ady. Computer Training Offered For Seniors Senior citizen s can attend training cia ses to learn computer ba s ics on n ew computers and monitors. ThE' classe s will be held at the Westshore Senior Center, 4102 W Spruce Street. The classes will span a 4-week period and will be held in two sessions Thur day from 9 a m until 11 a m and from 1 p.m until 3 p .m. The first session will begin on April 2nd. The clas es are b eing made pos sible by donations from the National Assoeiation of Area Agencies on Aging (NAAAA). Walter Turner will erve as the instructor. Turner has volunteered to train senio r in the following areas: e-mailing, finding website and Microsoft Word. They will I arn word proc ssing, pt ad h t about the database, and the graphics program. Senior can benefit from computers by I nrning to communicate with family and friends using e -mail, learn h ow to use a touch-pad by sliding the fing rove r a small lectr onic pad instead of a mouse, and us a compute r to h lp stimulat cog nitive functioning, fin motor skills a n d hand to eye coordination. Anyone interc ted in enrolling in t h e class'S can regi ster in advance by tnllingth Wstshor' cnior enter at <813) 554-5156. Sulphur Springs New Resource Center To Open JJ c s: )> JJ () :X: 1\,) -...I On Saturday, March 28th at 10 a.m. a cere mony will b e h eld f o r the grand o p ening of a new Sulphur Springs Neighborhood Community Resource Center. Th e cente r i s l ocated at 841 2 North 12th Street. see how they 've e mpow e r e d the mselves and are working hard to attain their goal s." The Sui ph ur Springs Neighborhood A ssociation, a l o n g wit h United Way and agency partne rs, wi ll be hosting the ce l ebration a nd opening of the n ew cente r Sulphur Springs Acti o n League Co-Founder, Norma Robinson, said the center is something they've talke d about and needed f o r decades. "This will provid e ser vices that will h elp improve the lives o f a lot of r eo pl e." The center will be ope n 5 days-a-week, .with flexibl e hours on the weekends. The center's directo r will b e James Jackson. Other resources the Center will offer are r-efer-Paula Kay, who coordinates events for United Way, said t h e center wi ll house a wide array of community services, including fr ee tax preparation, p e r so n a I fi n a n c e t r a i n i n g youth se rvice s and com mu nity health programs. The cente r will al s o b e home for a computer training lab, donate d b y IBM. r-0 JJ c )> ral services, family financial programs that focus on sav ings, first-time home ownership, planning for college, providing GED classes, tutorial services as well as CJ) "\Ve' r e v e r y e xcit e d about w orking in that community and meeting the goal they've set. Thi i s our sec ond year, and the area has a rich hi tory. It' great to reading assistance classes, child care development ser-vices training, and even more. The center will also serve a a location for neighborhood meetings. Jellvbean Jubilee C h ild r e n 10 year s o ld a nd younge r are invited to Simpson Park Community Cente r Saturday, March 28 2009, 10 : 30 a m. -1 p m The r e w ill be a n Eggstra Special Egg Hunt, Story Tim e, Cookie D eco rating and Colo rin g Contest. Adm.i siou is free F amilies n nd friends are invited to this fun spring event featuring lunch with Peter Rabbit. Jeraldine Williams Shaw Attomey-At-Law 1920 E. llill sbornutt h A nnuc FL \.\610 (HI.\) H8-74fHI Phone-( 81.\) Fax -BerrieR's Music Consortium Piano & Voice Lessons Mentoring Musicians For The [ocal Church Group Session For More Information And Scheduling Call: Dwayne Berrien@ 813-417-9811 m z ::! z m r-1 aJ c r-1 m ::! z "C c aJ c CJ) :X: m 0 m < m lJ < c m CJ) c )> z 0 ..... lJ c

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en Local Jazz Artist To Appear At Binhdav Bash c a: c z < c (/) w :;:) ._ > a: MlLESJAYE Anytime people in the area hear the name, Too Smooth, they know they are getting the best in entertainment. So, when Too Smooth ,started planning his birthday bash for March 28th, he depended on his reputation in the industry to attract some big names. Among the celebrities that will be attending the bash is Miles Jaye, a celebrated artist. Jaye, who visited Tampa about 15 years ago, said he is honored to be a part of the celebration and return to Tampa. "Too Smooth's reputation is well known in the industry, so when I got the call, I made sure my schedule would allow me to be W there." > W "As far as n:iy career is C concerned, it's been inc:rediW :::z:: ble. Already, I've lost a lot (f) of old friends, and it makes :::; m you take stock of yourself. :l I'd say I'm in a transition Q. period Tight now." z i= Jaye said the industry is in such a flux and that ...1 forces you to become more diverse .. ..;:. "Where do the smooth jazz artists go these days? i= You don't hear them on the Z radio, and few stations are w (f) developing new program-ming to give them airtime." a: g "I'm going to be doing some production work in Washington, D .C., and I'll do whatever I can to ke e p smooth jazz alive everywhere." Jaye said he's done a lot of work out of h is own stu dio, and he got tired of not having his product available ''That's when I decided to start manufacturing m y own product. I know it's hard to find a lot of my music, even though it's still in demand. There's been a big disconnect between radio and jazz artists. Jaye said unlike other countries, we don't understand that the media programming h e r e is the major league "Some r e leases go straight to the general market, so unless you're in a position to take advantage of that, you'll get stuck. "You have to be an artist that will be played by all the stations. It's interesting from a marketing perspec tive." Jaye said as far as his creative juices are concerned, he can write music in his sleep Joining Jaye for the birthday bash will be comedians Lightfoot, Double D Just June, Ryan Robinson, and others in a big comedy showdown The event will be held at the West Tampa Convention Center and door s will open at 8 p m with the show starting at 9 p m For ticket information, call (813) 244-7474 Come out and celebrate with Too Smooth and wish him a happy birthday. Reporter Leon B Crews can b e reached at (818) 2480 724, or e-mailed at lcrews@[lsentinel com, $60.00 Per Seat April 17th Actual Trip Date -May 2n d < R1"' A Seat Toda y l See V a n essa Or Call (813) 476-8554 I T"' w Comfortable Coach Bus Free Drinks And Movie On The Bus Soul Food Dinner At The End Of The Tour Bus Leaves At 7 A.M. Returns Approx. 8:30 P.M. State News Gov. C r ist Appoints GVPS V Gallardo To The council' GYPSY C. GALLARDO TALLAHASSEE Governor Charlie Crist appointed Gypsy C. Gallardo to the Council on the Social Status o f Black Men and Boys Gallardo, 38, o f St. Petersburg, publi s h e r with Th e Pow e r Brok e r Magazine, succeeding Bill James, appointed for a term beginning March 16, 2009, and e nding January 2, 2013 CFO Sink Challenges Cred i t Score Use For Auto Insurance TALLAHASSEE Florida Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink announced last week that s h e is opposed to use of credit scoring when determining the rates and availability of auto insurance for Floridians. CFO Sink was joined in her opposition to the use of credit scoring by Sean Shaw, Florida's Insurance Consume r Advocate. Right now, people whose credit is reduced or who have been hit hard finan cially could see their auto insurance rates jacked up or find they are not even able to get coverage -and that' just wrong. Becau s e of the challenging times everyday Floridians are facing, I am opposed to the MS. ALEX SINK FL Chief Financial Officer use of credit scoring when determining the availability and cost of auto insurance. We should not be kicking Floridians when they are down, CFO Sin k said. Florida A&M Universitv Wins Victoria's Secret PINK HBCU Competition TALLAHASSEE Victoria's Secret P'INK has announced the winner of their HBCU Comp tition, Florida A&M Univer ity ( FAMU). From January 26 -February 22, PINK tracked the ales at Victoria 's Secret sto r and online of the new Historically Black Colleges and Univer ities (HBCU) Collegiate product and FAMU con istently came in first place ach week. PI K announced these re ult each week on the "Tom Joyner Morning how" and www.blackamericaweb.com. Rounding out the top five are Southern, Howard, Hampton, and North Carolina A&T Uni ersitie FAMU will r ceive a pecial visit from PI K thi April. Although orne details are being kept a surpri e PINK has created Limited Edition tee to giveaway FREE to the first 1,000 students that day and a coupon to use in their local VS PINK store. Additionally, PINK will have laptops onsite to encourage students to sign up a a member of PINK ation, an online network where he can receive free item exclusive offers, pecial download and the inside coop of all that is PINK! FAMU To Compete In Annual Honda All-Star Challenge T ALLAH AS SEE -Florida A & M Univer ity (FAMU), along with 63 other Historically Black Colleg s and Univ r iti (HBCUs) will particip t iri th 20th Annual Honda ampu All-tar hall ng (RCA C), March 27-2 in Orlando. Th Honda Campus All -Star Ch ll e ng i s th only annual acad mic comp tition h Jd b th nation's H F AM i ju t on of th "Strong 4' partici p ti n g sc hool s pr paring for th thr.e d y ournam nt that will t t th ir kill in world hi s tory, sc i n lit r atur r Jigion, h art soc ial sc i n c s, p opular cultur a nd Afri nn -Am ri a n hi s tory To d a th AM Honda Campu All-Star Challenge team i the only t am to hav Throughout it 20-year history HCASC ha touched more than 50 000 tudent and awarded more than 5 million in gran For more information on the Hood Campu All tar Chall n and a li t of the 64 HB

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Local Sports UNCF All. Star Extravaganza Held The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) rec entl y h e l d its 23rd Annul All Star Basketball Classic a t J e ff e r so n Hi g h School. All of the county's high schools were r epresente d in the event. . Dr. Sam Horton, retired Hill sbo r o u g h County School Distri ct Administrator, b ega n the games and they are d e di cated to him. (Photography by Brunson) Girls who played on the East Team were: Jane, Durant High School; Tekeyah; Plant City High School; Daveithia, King High School; Cassandra, Lennard High School; Abby, Freedom High School; Brittany, Freedom High School; Yes enia, Brandon High School; Tae, Ar,mwood High School; Ale.xi Wharton High School ; and Mary, Riverview High School. Girls who played on the East Team were: Katelyn, from Tampa Catholic High School; Ly ette, Tampa Catholic; Lauren Jefferson High School; Zhanea, Robinson High School; Arrena Chamberlain High School; Gwen, Chamberlain High Scho I Nette, Plant High School; De'Erika, Plant High School; Annl Tampa Catholic High School; and Dominique, Hill borough High School. Middle School Student Excels As Wrestler These are action shots of Don oven Hough during a tournament. BY LEON B CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Proud parents Donald and Justine Hough, can't get e n ough of Jetting eve ryone know of their son's achievements. Donoven Hough, a student at Young Middle Magnet School, has s h own his competitive spirit through hard work and d edication as a wre tier. Donoven began his wrestling career almost 2 years ago Since then, he has won over 30 medals in local, national and state competition In the pa t 6 weeks, he has wrestled in Applications Accepted For Junior Tennis summer camp The Temple T rrac T nni Center i ring a Junior Tenni ummer Camp, wi h 11 availabl e ion running from Jun to Aug 20, 2009 R gi tration und r wa and ill continu hrough mid-Augu t Each four-day e ion 11 ill includ t nni I matche along i ational gam wimming and oth r ctiviti camps ar for childr n a 7 through 14, includin b ginners and int rm diat pi y r In truction wiJI b h ld on the clay nnis court at the Family R cr ation Comp l x, 6610 E Whiteway riv Each s s ion run M nday through Thursday fr m 9 a.m to 3 p.m Play rs may r gi t r at h r cr ation ompl x Half-day s s ions a l so r availabl Th t nni camp i b in h ld uod r th dir ctio n f t ennis s ional Manny Mariani, SPTA. For mor inti rmation all ( 13) 9 7178. over 5 different tournam ents statew id e and was awarded the first place championship medal at the Florida Southeast Division tournament held b y the USA Wrestling Organization. On Saturday, March 21st, Donoven competed at t he Florida State Wrestling Tournament in Naples, and placed third in the state. He was invited to participate at the national competition in Iowa, a great honor for a new wrestler. Donald and Justine say their son enjoys every opportunity that participat. ing in the sport of wrestling has afforded him, and he takes nothing for granted. "The interactions Donoven made while traveling with the youth wrestling club, making new friends and enjoying time with us are priceless. While school and his education are at the forefront of everything he does, he strives to maintain his honor roll grades." If anyone knows a child ages 6 through 16 that would like to join The Pride Wrestling Club, contact Head Coach Don H ough at ( 813 ) 620-2928. Ten Star All Star Basketball camp Camp location include: B abson Park FL, Phoenix, Arizona, Gaine ville G orgia, Champaign, Illinoi Gla boro, e\ J r y Ithaca, ew York Marietta, Ohio, Lebanon T nn e T xa fr brochure on umm r Camp call <704) 373-0873 or vi it www.ten starcamp.com, "'T1 r 0 :::D c )> en m z z m r I aJ c: r r m z "'0 c:_ aJ c en ::::1: m C m < m :::D -< c: m en c )> z c "'T1 :::D c

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Q) 0 0 N r-: N J: () a: < :E > c a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w ;:) .... > a: w > w c w en :J m ;:) z tu .J .J ;:) m I .J w z i= z w en C a: 0 .J u. Buccaneers Preparing ForDrah Even though the annual National Football League draft is nearly a month away, the Juccaneers are busy preparing for the draft. As long as the Bucs have b ee n around this may be their most difficult draft. The Bucs did a pretty good job of addressing their needs via the free agent route. They already had a large group of talented young players under contract. The Bucs now truly find themselves in a position where they can draft the best players on the board, regardless of position. Yes, the Bucs would like to pick up a speedy wide receiver Sure, they would like to get a good defensive back out of the draft. An offen sive lineman would be nice Any other good position player could only add depth. If the quarterback situation is as solid as the Buc s think it is, then the Bucs should have a pretty good team next sea3on. Football Ph,tyers Are Eggheads? Smart people are often referred to as eggheads. Which brings me to the question: are football players eggheads? A recent survey of football pla ye rs' IQ s was conducted. The survey reveal e d that the average IQ of the foot ball playe r s i s 81, n ot bad. Buccaneers players w e r e smarte r then the average. Their IQ sco r e was 83. Go Bucs! The quarterback i s supposed to b e the s martest guy on the team and they usually are. The average IQ score of quarterbacks was 90. Call the play, Mr. Quarterback. Tiger Battles For #I Two weeks ago, it was Sergio Garcia who was challenging Tiger Woods for the #1 spot in golf. Thi s week, it is Phil Mickleson. Not only did Sergio not catch Tiger, he lost ground. Phil has to win the Bay Hill Invitational Golf Tournament and Tiger has to finish outside of the top 30. Tiger i s at 886 and Phil is at 866 or 20 p oints behind. B efo r e Tiger's kn ee operation, h e was at 1,800 plus points. H e dropped at least 10 points off the 18 without swinging a club. How did that happen? Kobe Brvant sued Bv Former Housekeeper KOBE BRYANT SANTA ANA, CA -Kobe Bryant's former hou se k ee per i s suing the NBA s t a r and hi s wife, contending s h e was "harassed and humiliate d, deni e d h ea lth in surance and forc e d to quit because of "intolerable" working condi tions In one instance, Maria Jimenez says Bryant's wife ordered her to put her hand in a container of dog waste to retrieve the price tag of a blouse. Jimenez filed suit on Friday in Orange County Superior Court. She says in court papers that Vanessa Bryant "badgere d harassed and humiliated" h e r in front of Bryant, the couple's chil dre n and others She s aid th e couple failed to prov id e health coverage, as promi se d w h en s h e wa s hir ed She said s h e didn't learn h e didn't ha ve it until s h e became ill a nd sought m edical attention The acti o n see k s un peci fied general, punitive and s pecial damages, as well a back pay and overtime Jimenez ays s h e i owed. Th e 48 -yea r -old Jimenez said in court papers s he wa s owe d more than $20,000 in earnings t hat were w r ongly withheld, a s well a unpaid ove rtim e and penalti es f o r not being paid properly After s h e left Bryanf employ, Jimenez said h e aske d again about the med ical insurance, which she aid had not bee n purchased as promised She sai d he subsequently incurred more than $127,000 in medical bills for a back injury and surger y to remov e an ovarian cyst. Rodnev Harrison Rips NFl For Making The Game 'Soh' NFL safety Rodney Harrison is not happy with the NFL's new rules. Here are some of hi s comments: "It's crazy. You've been taught since you were six and seven years old to finish the play." "Football is supposed to be a man's sport. ''The game is going to slow down and it's going to get softe r." "It's lik e patty-cake right now." Harrison doesn't think that Tom Brady thought Bernard Pollard put a dirty hit on him I feel like Tom is a se cond-effort guy, Harrison said. H e's a guy who does n t give up on plays Harrison says the one rule they s hould get rid of is the chop block Harrison doesn't mind if Hines Ward hits a guy up high. Harrison just doesn't like the low hits. Harrison said he couldn't change the way he played. RODNEY HARRISON Harrison said he had been taught that way and doing it forever. Harrison said at this point in time he's a free agent. He said he 's going to decide what h e's going to do in the next couple of months. Harrison said Brady is one of the slowest quarterbacks in the NFL. But he says Brady is a better QB than Peyton Manning. Vick leaves Federal Prison In Kansas RICHMOND VA -The U . Department of Labor filed complaints W e dn es da y accusing su pended NFL tar Michael Vick of illegally pending about $1.3 million in pension plan fund for hi s ow n b e n efit, i ncluding p ayi ng restitution ordered in hi dogfighting con piracy ca e The department file d the comp laints in federal di strict and bankruptcy courts t h e sam day Vick l e ft a federal lockup in Kan s a s, apparently bound for Virginia to appear at a bankruptcy hearing n ext week. Vick was at the Fede ral Tran fer Center in Oklahoma City late W dn es da y afternoon Mark Lichtenstein, on of Vick' bankruptcy attor n ey d clin d to comm nt MICHAEL VICK on both the Lnbor Department allegation s and the detail s of Vick's apparent temporary move to Virginia for the April 2 hear ing. The Labor Department said Vick made a series of prohibited trans f e r s from a pension plan sponsored by MV7, a celebrity marketing compaey owned by the former Atlanta Falcons quarterback. The department alleges that Vick violated his duties as trustee of a pension plan that covered nine current or former MV7 employees. "This action sends a message that the Labor Department will not tolerate the misuse of plan money and will take whatever steps necessary to recover the assets owed to eligible workers," Secretary of Labor Hilda L SoUa said.

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Sports Umenviora savs l'eh Knee 99 Percent OSI UMENYlORA EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ-If Justin Tuck had concerns about Osi Umenyiora coming back from knee surgery, they ended the first day t h e two ente r ed the weight r oom for the New York Giant vol -unta r y offseason program. Umenyiora promptly d eclared h e was the stronger man. Tuck laughs t e lling the story, knowing that's how the d e f e nsiv e lin e men pu s h the mselv es, by challenging eac h other. Wh e n asked who really was stronger, Tuck admitted it was Umenyiora, at least for now H e calls hims elf the kin g right now, and m e the princ e," Tuck said Tuesday after the Giants h eld a n ot h e r voluntary practice at Gi ants Stadium. Bu t h e h as h ad six m o n t h s o f train ing and I h a d six month s of b e ing beat up Police sav Man Hit Bv Browns' Stallwonh Wasn't In Crosswalk DONTE STALLWORTH M IA M I --Cleveland Browns wide receive-r Donte Stallworth said he flashed his car's headlights to warn a pedestrian before fatall y striking the man in Miami Beach last month, according to a report released by police The report rele a e d Tuesday also said the pedestrian, 59-year-old Mario Reyes wasn't in a crosswalk when Stallworth's Bentley hit him. According to t h e r epo rt, Stallworth' told officers h e fla s hed !lis lights to try to warn Reyes, a constructio n cran e operator who was rushin g to catc h a bus aft e r getting off work a r o und 7 :15 a.m. March 14. P olice said Stallwort h was driving about 50 mph in a 4 0 mph zone. Th ey are investigatin g w hether a lcoh o l played a r ole in t h e accident. No c h arges hav e b ee n fil e d against Stallworth pendin g the outcome of. blood tests. A police diagram s h ows t hat Reyes was hit in the far left lane of the sixl a n e MacArthur Causeway -not in a nearby c r osswalk. Stallworth topped a few feet away Police al s o r e le a e d call from three p opl e who dialed 911 that morning. Th fir s t, a woman, aid, "Th e r a man laying in the middle of the road Th e di -patcher asked for her loca tion and a description of the victim. Then the woman blurted: "He's dead H e's dead ... H e was just l ayi n g in the mid dl e o f the road I think h e's dead." Ex-Lion Rogers Jailed In Michigan CHARLES ROGERS DETROIT -Charles Rogers used to hav e it all. Talent. Fame. Cas h ow, he' s in jail. The s econd pick overall in the 2003 FL draft cho s e to be locked up for 30 day. with credit for 15 days s erved, instead of stay ing in an intensive drug coun el in g program after vio lating probation in a domestic vio lence case I'm just going to do my 10 day get out of the court system and t r y to get in s hape for a comeback," Roge r s said. "Am I sad about the way my life has turned out? No, because I know the strid es I've made to take care of Charles Roge r s Court record show the 27-year-old ex-Detroit Lion receiver te ted po itive for a l cohol and fals ified record s s a ing h att nd d Alcol wlic Anon y mou m e in s I wa w rong." h aid. "I'm not p rli ct. A jud e in uburban Detroit granted Rogers' r equest Tuesday to leave a "sob riety court," in which h e had to submit to dail y drug testing and a ll ow hi r esi denc e to be searched at any time for nine months fol lowed by nine months of probation Suhscrihc .;Sentinel Bulle ''Th e \I(Jice of Our onununit.v Speaking for ltse(f" (813) 248-192 T :r c: l> -< Ravs Send Phenom Price To Minors PORT C HARLOTTE, FL --American Leagu e cham pionship se ri es star David Price was optioned by the Tampa Bay Rays to Triple A Durham on W ednesday. W e have obviou sly spent a lot of time talking about this," Rays executive vice pres id ent of ba se ball operations Andrew Friedman said. "When we came into camp, we came in with an open mind, knowing full we ll that there were certain d eve lopm ental issues t hat we wanted him to focus o n and a l so t h e work load And just the incr ease and how we'r e going to monitor that. The o 1 pick in the 2007 draft, Price, a lefthander, was called up last ea on and earned his fir t big league win and save in Game 7 -in the ALCS. The 23-year-old Price pitched 139-1/3 innings between the minors and the Rays in 2008. Tampa wants to ensur e he doesn't exceed that total by more than 20 percent thi season. By starting Price at Durham, the Rays can monitor his innings and pitch count. "We had a lot of conversa tions about way to get creative," Friedman aid, "and went through it for the Ia t two or three week at I ngth and ultimat ly. DAVID PRICE r d ecided that all things con -0 sidered that this was the ::C 0 right move for David and )> in turn the organization." CJ) m Friedman expects Price z to r ejoi n the club later in the season to help the Ray s m make a pla yoff push. "David will help u s win c: games in 2009, Friedman J= Price wasn't happy with z the news, but wasn't sur-"C c: prised CD "No. I knew it was com-C ing," Price said It's p a r t of it." H e disputed the organization's claim that his changeup ne-eds more wo rk. Price felt he displayed a major league changeup during 8-1/ 3 inning he threw o er three appearanc thi pring. CJ) :::t: m 0 m < m ::c < c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 ., ::c 0

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0) 0 0 N 1'-N :I: () 0:: :a: 0 0:: u. 0 0:: u. 0 z 0 (j) w ::> > 0:: w > w 0 w :I: (j) ..J !D ::> a. z w ..J ..J ::> !D I ..J w z z w (f) 0 0:: 0 ..J u. c:( I co ,... w MRS. JULIA FORMAN Homegoing visitation for Mrs. Julia Forman of Tampa, who passed away on Monday, March 23, 2009, will be h eld on Friday, March 27, 2009, from s-& p. m at Aiken s Funentl Home. Interment will be in Green Pond. South Carolina. Julia Forman was bon1 August 8, 1917, in Gteen Pond, South Carolina, t o the late Major and Rosa Simmons. She was pteceded in death by: her parents; son Sam Simmons; sisters, Dora Brown and Mary General ; brothers, Archie Simmons, Eligha Simmons and Kayer Simmons. She leaves to c herish her memories: children, Dougles Forman and wife, Mae, Ruby Coston and husband, Gary, \-\lillie Forman and wife, Eva, Evon Sellers and husband, James, Cephus Former and wife, Christine, and Ernest Lee Forman; so grandchildren and a host of great grandchildren; 6 nieces and 6 nephews; and a host of cousins, other relative and friends. "AIKENS F NERAL HOME" www.ajkensfuneralhome.net "A Fam ily Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813} 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner I 0 d dO t d r uneral Home 2708 E Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, FL33610 Phom (813} 232-8725 rax (813) 2310521 Let Our Family Take Care Of Your Family we Are The Key To A Fine And Quality Service" HENRY E. AIKENS Funeral Director J2f 813-781-4939 MR. ROBERT HARVIS "BOB" Homegoing services for Mr . Robert Harvis of 5013 S. 87th Street, who passed away, Thursday, M:uch 19 2009, will b e h eld Saturday, March 28, 2009, at 11 a. m at Palm River Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witness, 4802 1 7th Avenue, Brothet Keith Lee, officiating. Intetment will be in Orange Hill Cemet ety Robert Hanis was born Septembet 2, 1950, in Pike County Alabama. He attended school in Red Bank, New Jersey. Robet t was baptized us a Jehovah \ Vitness on March 14, 1964, and sctved as an Elder in the Palm Rivet Congtegation. He also had a book study in his horne for a number of years. On May 7, 19 7 1 he was joined in holy matrimony to Christine Bailey Harvis. He worked for GA7 Roofing Company for 28 years. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Ulysess and Eula Harvis; and 2 brothers, L. J. and Frunklin Harvis. He leaves: a loving and caring wife of 38 years, C IHistine Harvis; 3 sons, H. Marion Stroud, III of Lake City, fL, Manasseh C. Harvis and Makaz Harvis of Tampa; a loving gtanddau ghtcr, Marc h ela C. C. Sttoud of Lake C ity; brothers, Cod a Harv i s (Tis h) of Tinton falls, ew Jetsey, and J. T Harvis (Hat tie) of Troy, Alabama; sisters, Minnie rnith (Lawrence) of Augusta, SC, Odessa Summey (Edward), Riverview, Shirlen Thompson, Tampa, Rogena Carter, Red Bank, NJ, Wilma John on (James), Orlando, and Eul a Murry, Tampa; brothers-in law, Eugene Bailey (Marie), Woodbridge, VA, and John Bailey (Stacy), Atlanta, GA; s i -ter -in-law, Lillie Wa hington, Tampa, and Carolyn Farmer (Thoma ) Lnke ity; aunt -inlaw, Hele n Brinson, Lak Wales, FL, and Bertha Gil Live Oak, FL; a ho t of nieces, nephews, cou ins, and orrowing friend ; a ho t of spiritual brothers and s i ster ; he will be missed dearly by all. The remains will repose at Aiken Funeral Home from s 8 p m., Friday evening. The funeral cortege will arrange from 5013 87th treet. "AIKEN FUNERAL HOME" MRS. CATHRINE (THOMAS) JOHNSON A wake service for Mrs. Cathrine (Thomas) Johnson formerly of Tampa, who went t o her room on high t o take het res t Saturday morning, 10:57 a m. ftom the Baywood Nursing Home, St. Pctetsburg, will be held friday (today), Man: h 2 7, 2009, ftom 7-8 p. m at Aikens fun era I H o m e 2 7 o 8 E D t MLK Jr. Blvd. The famil y will teceive friends at that time. Catlll'ine was the oldest of six childten bot n to Lovett (Buddy) and Essie Mac Thomas on November 16, 1926, in Tampa. S h e was preceded in death by: both patcnts; s i s t e r Margarct (Duckic) Thomas; niece, Gloria J (Bagley) Brown; and 3 bmthers, Lorenzo, fted and Lovett T homas, Jt. She leaves to cherish her memories: s i s ter, Rosa (Washington) Jackson ; 7 nephews, Leonard \Vashington lays, Lorenzo Thomas. Jr., Robert (l\lary) Brown, Gary 1\iays, Jerrcl 1cPhcrson Johnnie McGriff and .Johnny Fimmis; 7 nieces, l\lurgaret D (Lrrol ) McPherson Deborah Dixon, April !\lay Chcrce olmon, Akenya lcCioude, Britinae lays and o l y i a nrr; 4 cou sins Dav i s Thomas, r AtthurThoma.-.. Dcbonth (Ih:n) \Valton and Brenda (Johnnie) Liburd; and a hos t of great nieces and nephew great, great nieces and n ephe w cou ins and other sorrowing r elatives and friend THERE WlLL B E 0 P BLIC V1EW1NG. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME" www.aikensfitneralhome.net : til "- ' l.tJ j I' i '<} ']iJ v J. .. .... .. .......... .r ... Jo Percy Collins We Provide A Large Selection For Memorial Needs ... Bronze Plaques. Headstones, Corner stones. Signs & Cemetery Lettering Family Owned: Percy Collins, Annette Collins & Michael Colleton We Service The Entire Area MRS. LULA SINGLETON PRESSLEY JOHNSON Blanchett and Liona Coates; a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins and fticnds. The tcmains will teposc at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, March 27, 2009, from s-8 p. m. The family will.. teceive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the chapel approximately 10:45 a.m., Saturday for' the se1vice "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME" www.aikensfuneralhome.net MR. EUGENE MILLER, JR. Mr. Eugene (Gene) Miller, Jr., son o f the late Eugene Miller, r and Catherine Miller, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, March 22. 2009, whil e a p atient at Melech LifePath Hospice, 11125 52nd Street Temple Terrace, 33617 Services will be held aturday, March 28, 2009 a t 2 p m a t the Exciting Central Tamp a Baptist hurch, 2923 N. Tampa tree!, Tampa, 33602, with Pa tor Jeffrey Singl etary, officiating. and Pa tor Debra Lewis of :-lew Jer ev, a i ting. was born June 8 1929. in Pleasantville, NJ, and was a resident of Tampa, for the past 24 years. H e was a member of C\lt. Pleasant Baptist Church for over 40 years while h e resided in Plea antville J where he wa Chairman of the Tru tee Board and ang in the choir and male choru He erved in the Army and afier r eturning to civilian life, he a an officer on the Pleasantville Police Department und a self-mployed a an Air onditioning and mall ppliance Repairmnn until the age of 56. After moving to Tampa h e wa head of mainte nnnce at the Three Lake ommunity, where he worked until he retired at the age of 62

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Funerals & Anderson [ __________ ------------REV. THEODIS GOGGINS, JR. celebn1tions fo1 Rev. Theodis Go).;gins, J1., who went home to be with the Lord on Thu1sday, i\larch 19 2009, will be held SatUIday, Mtuch 28, 2009, at 11 a. m from the Ca Iva I'Y Ta be I'IHI cl e. 1 o 93 o No I' t h US Hi!-: h way 3 0 1 Thonotosassa, with the Apostle AI Gallon, officiating, PaslOI' Tam i Robinson, p1e s i ding. lnte1 ment will follow in Sunset i\lemory Gal'!lens. Rev Theodis Goggins, J1. was bo1n December 12 1956, in B1adenton, to the late Theodis, S1. and Evel},l Goggins. He was the 2nd of 5 child1en and the oldest boy of the Goggins family. He enjoyed fishing and spending time with his family. He leaves to chel'ish his loving memory: his loving wife, Yvon Goggins; 2 daughter Tawanda (Mark) Mo01e, and Tina (John) Aydelotte; 2 son Theodis (Mjaya) Goggins, and Matcus Goggins; 3 stepchildren, Phillip King, Mary Larkin and Nicholas Williams; 3 btotheis. Anthony Goggins, Fteddie Lee (Renee) Goggins and Alton (Irene) Goggin ; 2 sister!O, Ronette (Steve) Lee and Zena (Winston) Marshall; grandmother, Mrs. Doris Goggins; 5 aunts, Dorothy Monts, Pamela (Carroll) Paryo, laty Edith (Bob) Marshall, Delores Re,id and Patricia Lanier; uncle, Alvin Cotton; 14 grandchildren, Kierra Reed, Dante Hou ton, Tyreese Moore, DeVaughn Barnum, De Andre Bai den, Jasmine, Micah, Cele te Grier Unique Goggins, Jayden Goggin Titanu King, Jadu Brock and Jasmine Juyden Larkin; u host of loving nieces, nephew and cousin ; godparent Eugene and Robertu Hum ; god i ter, Patlicia Cole; mother of hi children, Beverly T1ibble ; special friends, Deirdre Kellum, Randy and Dorothy Yarborough; and u host of other loving relatives and friend The remains will repose on Friday, Murch 27, 2009, ftom 5-7 p. m. ut New Te lament M . B. Church, 11530 Walker Road, Thonotosa sa. Friends are asked to meet at the chlar h on Saturday morning ot 10:30 a m. Service by EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME. MS. CYNTHIA H. BURR Homegoing se1vices fo1 MsCynthia H. Bun, who passed away on Satunlay, Ma1ch t.t, 2009, will be held Satunlay, March 28, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Harmon Fune1al Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th St1eet, Tampa, 33610, with PasiOI' Teny 'mith of New Beginning Tabentacle l\'1. B Chun:h, officiating. lnlel'lllenl will be made in Rest Haven lemoi ial Pa1k 'he was preceded in death by: h e I' Ill o I h e I' Pea d (. e e C I e m o n s ; t h ,. e e In o 1 h e s A I t h Ill' c I e Ill 0 II s F I' e d d i e Clemons and Bobby Cummings. Ms. Bu1r was a native of Tampa. he was educated in Hillsborough County Public School s and advanced academically in Hillsborough Community College. he was Clll 'rently attending the University of South Florida. Ms. Bur1 wu a devoted mother, i ter nnd u loving grandmot he!'. She will be sadly mis ed. She leaves t o cheris h her memory: 5 childten, Lawrence Alvin HnHold, Jr. (Bethany Harrold), Cynthia A. H t iiTOid, Chantelle A. Burr, Roosevelt Burr, III and Ru hmd A. Burr; niece J>utrice Riolund, Pamela Rioland, Onika Riolnnd, Sandra King (David King), Vola n du \Val ker, Willette Wa lket, \Vnnd a Clemon and Jenn Clemon ; nephew Lcwi Rioland, Jr., Dunyl Williams, Michael Bryunt, Keyvus Bryant and Freddie Clemon Jr.; i ter Joa.n Walke1 nnd Pri cilia Riolnnd (Lewi Rioland); grandchild! n, Ceded de, Chyna, Lawrenc III, Delb rt, Loe hu, Bobby P nd, Je e, Lurwne, .Ln hona, Ly hayla, Candace, Johnny nnd Dejohn, hnwnna; and a ho 1 of oth r sorrowing r lntive and fl'iend Friend nte n k d to meet nt the hup I at 1:45 p. m ., Saturday, Mnt eh 28, 2009. A HARMON B RIAL 813-237-5775 RAYMOND ANnlllSON L P D Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our Family Can Meet Your Farnily's Needs MS. MARY FRANCES CAUSEY Homegoing se1vices for MsMary Fn1nces Causey, who passed a way on M a 1ch 23, 2009, will be held Satu1day, Ma1ch 2H, 2009, at 4 p m. at Ha1mon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th St1eet Tampa, :J:J610, with Pastoi' Nancy i\Iitchell, officiating. Intel'lllent will be made priva t e. i\Is la1 y F1ances Cansey was b o I n i n S i I as A I a h a m a I o Nathan Causey, J1. and CaiTie i\litehcll. She g1cw up and lived most of her life in Si las, whe1 e s h e attend d puhlic .-.chool. S h e move d to Tampa in 1965, and was employed as a line manag e! fo1 Singleton 'eafood f01 35 yea1 s ami B1ocato's Sandwich Shop fo1 several yea1s. She nti1ed to become a homemaker and raise her gr-andchildren. He1 glowing smile and fei t y pe1sonality touched the hem t s of everyone who knew het. She wa preceded in death b y: her pa1ent ; longtime companion, Timothy Williams, S1.; ix brothets und two s i ter ; and two daughter Linda and Carolyn. he leave to chel'ish her memory: three son Donald Can ey, Tyrone William and Timoth Williams, J1.; daughter, Carri Jack on; and tepson, Ronnie Cooper, all of Tampa; grandchildren, April Campbell Cobb, Craig Jackson, J1., Tnnina tubb Brittany Cau ey, Johnny Shelton and ha\ nella Franklin; grent grandchildten, Rile Hurri and Marqui. Harrel on; brother, Arrie u ey of Mobile, L ; three s i ter Helen Thompson nnd hu band, J. L., Carol n Pi ket1 of il , and ther nu ey of Fairfield, TX: and a ho t of ni c and n ph w Fl"iend are a k d to me t at Harmon Funeral Hom hap I at 3:45 p m., nturda Mnr h 28,2009-A HARM N 8 RIAL RISIS BROTHER OTIS LEE JOHNSON "BIG OJ" Homegoing services fot Mr. Otis Lee Johnson also known as "Big OJ," who passed away on March 18 2009, wi ll be held Saturday, March 28; 2009, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel 5002 N. 40th St1eet, Tampa, 33610, with Pastor Ron Hubbard of Keeney UM Church, officiating, Reverend Larry Lewis, eulogist. Interment will follow in Re s t Have n l\1emo1ial Park. B1 othe1 Otis Lee Johnson was hoi n in Fountain, F l o i ida, on l\la1ch 11, 1923. Otis was edu cated in the public schools of llillsborough, County. He attended Booker T Washington J1. High School and was a graduate of Middleton Sr. High chool. Brother Johnson erved in the nited States Army, Infantry Division. He wa a \Vorld \Var II veteran and was honorably discharged. He wa self-employed as a cement fini her. Brother Otis Lee John on met Sarah Frances \Villiams and on February 4, 1954, they were united in holy matrimony. Together they were the proud parents of three daughters. Oti lov d fi hing, li tening to mu ic, photography, water kiing, dominoe and playing cards. He w preceded in death by hi parent 1 Mattie Baker and Mr. Lee John on. Hei tn., JOHN HARMON LFo.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFo 5002 N. 40th Street Tam a Florida 33610 SIS. CHARLEZETTA BATES Homcgoing services for Sis. Renea Charlezetta Bates who passed away on .March 18, 2009, in a local hospital, will be held Saturday, March 28, 2009, a t 11 a. m at Lo ving Hill Primitive Baptis t Church, 10040 Joe Ebert Road, Seffner, Elder Leroy Turner, Jr., pastor, officiating. Interment will be in tayberry Cemetery, Seffne1. Renea Charlezetta Bates was born June 2 1954, in Tampa. At a n early age, she converted and joined Loving Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Seffner. "T1 ::0 0 :s: )> ::0 (") :I: 1\) 1\) 0 0 c.o "T1 r-0 ::0 0 )> Ms. Bates was a calm and en quiet individual who loved her m family. She was a devoted ani-Z mal lovet, she especially loved ::::! cats. Z Ms. Bates graduated from m the public schools of r;Hillsborough County. She was tD employed at Black & Decker in C Riverview, .where she worked r-tirelessly for se eral years m until her health failed. ::::! She leaves to cherish fond Z memories: a devoted friend, Lynn Green, Tampa; mother, Lessie Mae Anderson, Seffner; brothers, Edward (Patricia) Bates, Seffner, Harold (Carol) Franklin, Jack onville, and Timothy (Jud ) Thomas, Tampa; tepbrothers. Ant110ny Anderson, Tampa, and Michael (Collette) Anderson, Hawaii; tep i ter Cynthia (Juliu ) Hodge Plant City, "'D c OJ c en ::I: m 0 m < m ::0 < -i c m CJ) and Sha Ia (Terry) Prather, \ illiam burg, P ; aunts, Erma W lie and Emma D nnard, effn r; uncle Leon Frazier Long I land, :Y, Frank rum (Inez), Tampa, and Raymon Di:'<, Jr., effner; nephew niece cou in other famil and friend Public vi itation will be Friday, larch 2 2009. at Jack on Fun raJ Home, 4605 N. 3-tth tr et, from s-8 P m. The fun ral cort ge will form at 10216 Joe Eb rt Road at local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 0 )> z 0 C> m .... 'f> )>

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0 a: u. c z < 0 (/) w ,:) > a: w (ij c w X (f) :::; m :> a. z ...J -J ::::> al I ...J w z z w .(f) < c a: 0 ...J u. 6 N w f BROJ'HER CURTIS ALLEN Brother Curtis Allen of Wimauma, Florida, passed away, Thursday, March 19, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 28, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, 5910 Vel Street, Wimauma, Dr. D. L Waiters, pastor, with Reverend Willie Hammon, officiating. Interment will follow in Wimauma Community Cemetery. Brother Allen was born in Tampa, to the late Captain "Daddy Cap" and Lillie "Mn Lillie" Allen. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a citrus laborer. Brother Allen, at an early age, united with Mt. Moriah Baptist Church under the leadership t>f Reverend Moses Newsome. He wus preceded in death by: his son, Curtis Allen Jr.; parents, Captain and Lillie Allen; sisters, Dorothy l>orsey, Dorothy Matthews and Louvina Bryant; and brothers, Jesse, Willie Nathan and Samuel Allen. Brother Allen leaves to cherish his memories: 2 daughters, Ladreda Spencer (Joseph, II) and Anita Allen; grandchildren, Tanesha Young, Latara Young, Joseph, Ill and Jalonda Spencer, all of Tampa, and Roberto, Kesha and Lonnie Graham, all of Wimauma; i -ters, Gladys Wilcox and Geneva Nelson (Raleigh), both of Wimauma, and Nancy Nellon (IzeU) of Detroit, MI; brother, Ira Allen (Sandy) of Dunkirk, NY; ister-in-law, Elizabeth Allen of Ru kin; special nieces, Betty Mulkey, Vivian Henry, Joyce Pittman, Carolyn Rhodes, Carletta Floyd, Cynthia Wilcox, Kimb rly Nel on, Mel Nel on, Vonice Wright, Rotunda Wilcox, Somana Sharp, Twanya Coop r and Gloria Sharp; nephew Bernard Wilcox, Rod Nelson, Cordell Nelson, Harold Wilcox, Keith Nelson, Cliff Matthew Ken Nelson, Mandell Nellon, Carlton Williams, Reverend James Dor ey, Jr. Alonza Sharp, Greg and Lester Allen; cou sins, Minnie Hammon, Catherine Hammon, Reverend Willie Hammon and Dot Brown, and their familie ; and a ho t of other relalive and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, March 27, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue: Arrangement entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northetn, Owner. MR. JOSEPH THOMAS FELLS Mr. Joseph Thomas Fells of Tampa, passed away Friday, March 13, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 28, 2009, at 2 p. m at First Buptist Church of West Tampa, 1302 N. Willow Avenue, with Reverend Rayford Harpet, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Fells was a native of Tampa, and was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was a graduate of Leto High School, class of 1978, and was "lllployed with Property Cu r e Svccialist, Inc. He was preceded in deuth by: his grundmothers, Louisa Hemmingway-Norton and Irene Lang; grandfather, E lij a h Hemmingway; aunts, Leola Graham, Luvenia Dortch, Maggie Kiner, Mamie Lyons, Lottie Hemmingway, European Lang and Margaret Lang; uncles, Lovett Hemmingway, Archie Hemmingway, Joseph T. Lyons and Roland Fells. He leaves to cherish beautiful memories of hi life: children whom he loved and cared for dearly, daughters, Valencia, Latecla, JoQuetta, Nakia and S h atiran; sons, Joseph, Messiah and Nos ki; g tandchil dren, Cashunda, Amniya, Kyziah, Vanijah, TerQuyanna, Wilnijah, Joe'nie, Jamier and Jamaree; hi parent Mrs. Bernice Hemmingway Fells and Mr. Alfred Fells, Sr.; three loving brother Alfred Fell Jr. and wife, Valetta, David Fells and Alphon o Fells; three loving sisters, Sheryl Jack on and husband, Larry, G loria Jeffer on and hu band, Charles and Mamie Fell ; aunt Allene Hemmingwny; unci Samuel Hemmingway, Sr. and Catherine, Homer, Jame Hemmingway and wif nn Joyce, Harold Lang and laud Lung niece, Ang Ia F II ; nephew AI x Jr. (LaTonyn) Jack on, Maurice (Yolandu) Jack on, Richard (LaQuellu) Cart r, Theordor Fell and Billy Fell ; a loving ho t of great nieces and nephews; devoted eou in undra Hayne (Erne t), Shantel Hemmingway-Lawton, amuel H emmingway, Jr. (Loi ) Donnn Monroe, Veda Simmons (Melvin) and Erika Hayn ; u ho t of extended r e lutiv the H mmingwuy, Graham, F II Lung, Pryer, Morrl on, Everhurt, Thoma Norton and Myrick famille nd Arie William ; devoted frl nd Sherrie Goodwin (Hon y), Ricky Burney, Mlchuel Juckson (Curia), Jolandu Sund rs, Fo ter Bnrbershop Stuff und Stephanie Burk G org tt and Emanue l William nrl and Fuy and Gall and Truman; T rl Gallmon Fells; other frl nd th Bull y, Wirtgo, Ru II Jack on, Golden, Thoma Hill, Rob rt Ro eboro, William K lly, Arnao, Campb II; and th 320 W e t olumbu Drlv famlll s; and many oth r orrowlng r 1 -utive and friend Th remains will II in lut aftct 5 p. 111. today, Match 27, 2009, at Ra y Williams Funetal Home, 301 N: Howanl Avenue. THERE WILL B E NO VIEW ING. AtTangemcnls ent1ustcd to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Ownets. MRS. HELEN R.WILLIAMS Mrs. Helen R. 'Williams of 1312 W. Lemon Street passed away Saturday, March 21, 2009. Funeral services ";11 be conducted Saturday, March 28, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Beulah Baptis t Institutiona l Church, 1006 W. Cypress Street with Reverend James Fnvorit e pas lor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Huven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Williams was a native of Tarpon Springs, Florida, and a resident of Tampa, for 41 years. She was educated in the public schools of Waycross, GA, and wa a graduat e of Central High School, Class o f 1956. She began her career as an OB Nurse at Tampa General Ho pita) and later worked for 27 year for the Department of Corrections. S h e wa preceded in death by: her parent Mattie Lee and Levi Smith; her aunt and uncle who r a i sed her, M abelle and Nathan Coachman; four beloved children, Darlene Daniels, Debra, Sammie, Jr. and Victor Living ton. he leave to cheri h her memory: two loving daughter Pennie We tt and hu band, Wayne, and Faith arnes and hu band, Melvin; grandchildren, harle Ebony (Rick), Tiana (Mark), Chandra (Tiem), Monica (Omoro). Rico, D rrick Todd, Whitley ierra and Wayne, Jr.; two brother Herman mith and Wilb rt riven ; a very p e iul ni ce, Sylvia Johnson; a ho t of gr at grand hildren; p ial frt nds, ammie and 81 i Living ton, Jull and atlt:mi I ard anford and Ro Jar n Holton and Debo e; nd MS. KIMBERLEA M. WASHINGTON Homegoing services for Ms. Kimberlea M. Washington, who passed away Saturday, March 14, 2009, in Atlantic City, NJ, will be held Saturday, March 28, 2009, at 11 a m. at St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, 108 S Warnell Street, Plant City, Elder Larry Sykes, pastor. Ms. Washington was born Aug1.1st 21, 1978, to Elder Harry J Washington and the late Charlotte Fennell. She attend ed the school s of Hillsborough County and graduated from Plant City High School. She was a member of the House Of God, At lanti c City, NJ. She leaves to cherish her m emories: loving daughter, Chelsea Washington; loving sons, Sincere and Rashir \Va hington; father, Elder Harry Wa hington and s t epmother, Edith Wa hington; sisters, Tabithall Fennell and Ra in Fennell; brother, John Fennell; tepbrother, Arlandas Pogue; aunt and 1 0 uncle ; god i ter Pamela Fonville and Francine Jones ; peciul friend Roderick und Mona; great aunts, uncle cou ins and friend The r main ill repo e at th Hou e Of God, Ball and Waller Street Plant Cit Friday, March 2 2009, from s-p .m. A er ice of comfort by WA HI GTON F NERAL H PEL, nthony Wa bington, Jr., L F D./Owner. Plant ty. 'Th oi of ur ommunit 'p aking for If e(f" 13) 248-1921 MRS. IRA LEE SUTTON A celebtation of life for Mrs. Ira Lee Sutton of Tampa, who departed this life on Wednesday, March 18, 2009, will be held Saturday, March 28, 2009, at 11 a. m. at St. Luke A.M.E., Church 2709 N. 25th Street, of which the Rev. LaTonya W. Floyd i s pastor, with Rev. Patricia Langston Crusoe-Jackson, officiating, and Reverend Rufus P a rsons, eulogist. Interment will follow in Res t Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was preceded in death b y: her hus b and, Edward "Dick" Sutton; her sons, Everett Tyree Sutton and Jerome (Jeep) Sutton; parents, J ames Dill and Myrtice Parson Dill; her sister, Madelyn Ritman; and brother, Ralph Moore1 Jr. (Man chino). Mrs. Sutton leaves to cherish precious memories of her: son, Edward C Sutton and wife, Cath ; daughter ll'is L Jackson and friend, Maxwell; grandsons, Duane Sutton Jerome ut1on, Jr. and Edward Jamal utton; Tammy and Adam Freeman, Tanya Sutton, Kenya Sutton, a talic Ta lor, Angel (Keisha) Hall Trinee Jackson and Shanelle Jack on and friend, Dean \ il oni 16 great grandchildren; i ter, Irma Anthony; 2 daughter -in-law, Floria Sutton and 1ancy utton; true and devoted fl'iend, Mrs. Daisy oban; numerou nieces, nephew cou in and other rclati es and grieving friC'nd native ofTifton GA 1r utton moved to Tampa a t an earl uge und join d t Luke A. 1. E. hUJ h in 1930. hewn a m mb r of hoir # 1 1i ion ociet y and The Pn tor' ide Board. h a a ub titutc tea her/ hou ewife until he mo ed to w Jer e in 1969. Th re, h wa an a live member of the lk Lodge, where h h ld vent! positions and rankings. I n 2000, 1r utton returned t o Tumpa. he njo ed cooking ocializing and travelin g T h e r main will r p 5 9 p. m. and th fumil rec i fri nd from 6-p. m., Frida !Jar h 2 2009, at Wil on Fun raJ Hom 3 o 29th tr t Fri nd ur ked to a m -bl nt th hurc h at approxi-m t I 10:45 a. m turda WI ON RVI prov est in funera l services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax : (813) 251 4912 Emtil: raywms ij.net

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Funerals/Memoriams MS. MAUD RAE AKINS WATERS Funeral services for Ms. Maude Rae Akins Waters, of 2714 N. Munro Street, who passed away Thutsday, Match 19, 2009, will be held Saturday, March 28, 2009, a t 11 a. m. at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, 405 N. Oregon Avenue, with the pastor, Dr. Henry J. Lvons, officiating. Interment w'ill follow in Garden of Memol'ies Cemetery. Mrs. \Vaters was preceded in death b y : her parent s William, Sr. and Annie Rae Akins; sist et, Mary Katherine Upshaw; nephew, Donald Thomas, brother, Leo L. Akins; and sistet-in-law, Olga Akins. She leaves to cherish many beautiful and fond memories to: her daughter and best friend, AJphanette Jenkins and husband, Deacon Thaddeus Jenkins; adopted son/nephew, elson Upshaw and wife, Sandra; the love of her life, gtandchildren, Thaddeus Arizona Jenkins (Taj) and Chad Akins Jenkins; brother, \ illiam Akins, Jr.; niece Gloria J. Reed of Minneapoli M D elote Tookes, Lee Etta Stephens (David), Leafie Lee, Y vonne Lee, C ynthia Akins lcTeir. Corlissa Jacobs (Marcus ) and h etri and Matiel Reed of Minneapoli 1 ; nephews, Robert kin and Bryan K. Reed of 1inncapolis, M ; devoted cousins, Patl'icia Bntdley and Telecia Hester of Alphatetta, GA, Lateef Bradley of Eas t Orange, J Belinda O 'Neal William Kathy pann and husband, Michael of Ridgeland, SC, ylvia Hollingshed and hu -band, John, Clarence O 'Neal and wife, Ingrid of Triangle, A Gregory Williams, Debru Opong-Yoa, Torra We ton and husband, Leroy, Pauline Black, Mildred Richard on, Jackie Snow, Gail Richardson, Ronnie Black and wife, Linda, D enni Black and wife, Tanya, Adrian Black, Mercedes opeland and husband, Arealiou James Black, Tony Black and Dwayne Black of Tampa, Dwayne Black, and Benita Molton and hu -band, Derrick of Chicago, IL; special pet and companion, Kris; a host of pecial extended family and friends who include devoted fl'iend of the Golden Hawks, II Motorcycle Club; a host of sorrowing great niece nephews, other cou in and other sorrowing relativesand friends. A native Tampan, Ms. Water was a graduate from Don Thompson Senior High School. She received her Associate in Arts from Gibbs Junior College on June 3, 1959 She furtheted her education earning a Bachelor of Science Degree on May 23, 1966, from Florida Memorial College In Saint Augu tine, FL. Ms. Waters wa a lifelong member of New Salem M. B. Church. She wa a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Ms. Waters was a dedicated teacher for 44 years, retiring in the spring of 2008. The r mains will r po e from s 9 p.m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p m ., F!'iday, Match 27, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, :JOOO N. 29th Shcet. Fl'iends ate asl,ed to assemble at the chu1ch at apptoximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE" www ,wilson-funcralhomc,com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM FELICIA BOYER Greutl y mi sed as a lways Bt eamut, Dalisn, Ms. Jeanie and families. IN LOVING MEMORY IDELLA SINGLETON HANNER Sunrise: July 21 1945 Sun et: March 31, 2008 It' been one at inc the Lotd culled you hom Memori of you ill liv for ver in out heal't Your loving fnmil 24TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN MEMORY OF RENWICK L. PRE SLEY It ha be n 24 yeors, Mol'ch 29th since you went to Heaven. Yet, you al' till h t with u You til' still lov d. We miss you beyond words, beyond tear Mom, Llona; 1st , Lawannn and Ondtln; broth t Tony; and th r t of th fuml ly. IN LOVING MEMORY ESSIE WALKER 1902-1990 The Kelley, Daniels, Walker and Soaney families. IN MEMORIAM Hill ndt "OI'e\ \ V illi m Jr., n born on Janunr 29, 19 1 in Tampa and d parte d on Marc h 16 2009, in Palm EUGENE WALKER 1933-1989 AUTHURSOARREY 1919 -CHARLIE WALKER, JR. 1929-1995 ANTONIO C. SMITH 1962-2005 '":.l' h c o j Our C o,rJ.rnuni.J.":>r ..for _.__ I We're not just in your neighOOrhood. We're part of your community. Bei n g k'JC3ted in your mnmun.it y and being Ail a ti m e mber o i t ru t w very diffi..r nt 'lllf neig h rh funeml h m w e'r h n red n 'erve u both thr u h C :::0 (") :I: 1\) --.1 1\) 0 0 <0 'TI r-0 :c 0 )> en m z :::j z m r-1 CD c: r rm ::! z CD l en :I: m 0 m < m :::0 -< .... c m en 0 )> z 0 'TI :::0 0 G') m 1\) .... I )>

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0) Memoriams/Cards Of Thanks c a: u. 0 z 1-> a: w > w c w :I: 5Q ...1 CD ::> a. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::> CD I ...1 w z i= z w CJ) as t01 ; Aikens Fune1 a l Home; Ronald Brookins and family; the HcUJ't of East Tampa Front Porch Council, Inc.; East Tampa Business and Civic Association, Inc.; and East Tampa Community Revitalization Pnrtnership. Ernestine Ponder, Bnrbnrn Glover and fnmily. f: IRENE BENNETT The family of Irene Bennett would like to thank you for your warm cxprc'ssions ofsym pathy and support and com passion at the loss of our mother, grandmother and great grandmother. We deeply appreciate all your prayers, cards, visits, and calls r endered during our bereavenlent. Special thanks to: Palm Garden Staff, New H o p e Missionary Bapti s t Church and Rev Dr. T. W Jenkins, Pastor: and Aikens Funeral Home. The Bennett Family. CARD OF THANKS MRS. NETTIE JEWEL BRACKINS We would like to thank e cry one for your prayer s and up port during our berea emcnt in the los of a loving wife, mothe r s i s t r grandmother, aunt and friend. We' d like to gi special thnnks to: Dr. H L Dnni I and th e w Fri nd hip ct. B. Church, and th staff of Aik n s Funeral Home Plense continue to ke p u in your pray rs. The family. local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 Local Health Problems Claim life Of St. Petersburg Icon Anyone and everyone who knew Timothy "Big Tim" Walters will tell you he was careful about whom he called a friend. He really preferred to just be left alone. Known throughout Pinellas County as Big Tim, the restaurant owner and businessman died Saturday at St. Anthony's Hospital. He was 66 years old and had a history of heart problems and diabetes. Big Tim opened "Big Tim's Bar-B-Que" in 1968, using his special sauce to attract customers from all over. One report stated that Walters grew up in Gainesville and play e d foot ball at Howard University in Washington, D.C. In 1964 Walters alleged l y f o llo wed a girlfriend t o St. P e tersburg and wa s abl e t o find a job with a drug compa ny. He l a t e r s t a rt e d a janitori al se r v i ce th e n inv es t ed his National TIMOTHY "BIG TIM" WALTERS savings in a restaurant. That restaurant later became Big Tim's Bar-B-Que. Walters owned other restaurants, as well as real estate and an auto repair shop. Although Walters had his problems with law enforcement officials over the years, they still were regular patrons a t hi s busine ss. Laura Ingraham's Guest Host Tammv Bruce Calls Michelle Obama 'Trash' M ICHELLE OBAMA TAMMY BR CE Filling in for conservative talk-show ho t Laura Ingraham, Tammy Bruce bla t e d First Lady Michelle Obama for comments s h e made during a visit t o a Wa shington D. C. classroom Ia t week During that visit, the First Lady recalle d trying to get good g rad es a n eighborhood kid c riti c ized h r for t a lkin g lik e a white girl." In light o f those r m arks, Bruce made fun of Obama for her use of a "weird, fake accent," much lik e Hillary did wh e n talk in g to Black p ople. What?! What i th a t?" "That's what h [Barack] married to," Bruce said. ... You know what we've got? We've got tras h in the White House Tras h i s a thing that is colorblind, it can cross all ecosocionomic, kind of a, categories. You can work on Wall Street, or you can work at the Wai Mart. Trash, are peopl e who use other people to get things, who patronize others, who consider you bitter and clingy. Bruce, who describes herself as an "openly ga y, pro-choice gun owning, prodeath penalty, voted for President Bush authentic feminist hosts the nat"ional ly syndica ted "Tammy Bruc e Show," flagshipped at KABC Radio in Lo s Angeles. Last spring, Bruce took some flak for suggesting that Sen. Hillary Clinton suffers from m ythomania ... part of a larger psychiatric scheme of people who m a ke up fantastic s tories to bolster their own image." Bruce also claime d that Clinton had said daughter Chelsea was "a t the World Trade Center on September 11th," even though Clinton never said that. Needless to say, Bruce' s comments about Michelle 0. aren't being receiv e d too highly across the blogos:. phe r e. "Today, I bring you Tammy Bruce, who must b e at least a sophomore in the Ann Coulter School of Bigotry," says one post on Talking Points Memo. "I kn ew Bruce was kinda nuts, but clearly she's aced Coulter's introductory class s."

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Crime Assistant Manager Charged With Theft STEPHEN JANVIER According to a report from the Tampa Police Department, on March 2nd, Monica DiMaio, 44, and her family who are on vaca tion from Argentina, had left their hotel at 30th Street and Busch Boulevard for a meal at Burger King, 3009 East Busch Boulevard. After eating, police said the family left not realizing Ms. DiMaio had left her purse sitting in the restaurant. An employee discovered the purse and turned it over to the manager Police said Ms. DiMaio returned 20 minutes later to claim h e r purse and the manager gave it to her. When she checked it for her property police sai d she discovered a large sum of money mi ssi ng Ms. DiMaio confronted th. e e mploy ees and the m an ager, and eventually called police. Police questioned the employees, but the mi ssi ng money wasn't recovered. Police returned with Ms. DiMaio to her hotel room and again no money was located. On March 23rd, detective s responded to the Burger King and recovered video that appeared to implicate the assistant manager, Stephen Ja.nvier. When Janvier, 24, was contacted, h e reportedly agreed to return the money A detective went to Janvier's apartment com plex where the victim's property was recovered and Janvier was arrested and charged with grand theft Judge leaps To Victim's Aid During Anack In His counroom JUDGE IAN RICHARDS BROWARD COUNTYJustice can be swift in Broward County as one judge demonstrated Tuesday when he leaped from the bench to come to the aid of a woman whose ex-boyfriend attacked her in court. County Court Judge Ian Richards, 33, helped law e nforcement officers restrain a domestic violence defendant who charged at his alleged victim and b 'egan hitting her, said Broward Sheriffs spokeswoman Dani Moschella. The incident happene d after Richards told John Charles Reasee II, 29, that he was being take n into on a domes tic viol ence charge. His ex-gir lfriend Nicole Word, had just testifie d that h e ran her off the ro a d last week in Laud rhill A courtroom d eputy was coming up b ehind Reasee to handcuff him w h e n the defendant lunge d at Word, chasing h e r several feet until h e cornered h e r in the courtroom's witness stand Word told the Sun S enti n el that Reasee hit her twice in the temple and twice in the back of the head. The judge and courtroom personnel were able to separate Reasee from Word within seconds. Word said she's thankful the judge and others r eacted so quickly. "I was amazed," Word said. "I've never seen a judge come off [the bench] like that. I'm g lad h e did Reas e, of Laud rhill, was arrested in Nov mb r on a mi s d meanor b att ry charge a nd again on March 19 on an nggravat d stalk in g charg H e n o w i s f aci n g a n a ddi tional dom stic viol n ee c h a rge f o r t h courtr oom attack, Mo h ll a snid. Man Charged With Slamming Roommate's Hand In Drawer JOE MCGILL ST. PETERSBURG -St. Petersburg Police report that officers arrested a man Tuesday for reportedly assaulting his roommate. According to reports, Joe Christopher McGill, 34, slammed his roommate's hand in a dresser drawer and punched her in the face several times. McGill was arrested on charges of felony battery and is being held with a bond set at $5,000. Police said the victim suf fer e d a cut on her hand and abrasions on her face. Elderlv Woman Bites Alleged Anacker ST. PETERSBU R G On 1onqay, a would-be natchand-grab thief came away empty handed after trying to rob an elderly woman. St. Petersburg Police report that Marcie Rae L 75, had gotten into her car after hopping at a Publix tore on 3 th tr t, orth, when a woman approa h d and d mand d th money in h r h nd. Polic aid th woman impli d h had gun. According to r po r Lee r fu d to h nd over h r ca h Whe n the woman r eac hed in and t ried to natch jt, M Lee bit h e r for ea rm Th e s u p ect fled in a vehicl when Ms. L e loos ened h e r bite, leaving a blood t r ail. The u pect i de s crib d a a black female, 5'4" to 5'6" tall and weighing about 185 pound . Police spokesman George said from evid nee at the scene, it was a big bit because there was a lot of blood UNCLE SANDY 2,8,9,11 We need tohelp each other 12,13 ,2 0 22 to get through this depression. 30,32 ,40,41. Pair Charged With Burglarizing Church GREGORY WILLIAMS Tampa Police arrested a man and woman for alleged ly burglarizing Church Without Walls Wednesday afternoon An officer was on his way to roll call when a burglary occurred at Church Without Wall s International, 2511 North Grady Avenue. The officer was told that the sus pect was being held down by church patrons. When the officer arrived at the location, he reported seeing church patrons holding the suspect down in the church parking lot. The officer handcuffed the suspect without incident ZIPPORAH CREIGHTON ing in the opposite direction near North Grady Street and Columbus Drive The officer went to that location and observed the second suspect walking away When the officer tried to approach the suspect, she fled into a nearby gym that is a part of the church. The same patrons that held the first suspect down went inside and brough t the woman to the door where the officer took her into custody. 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. . -.. ..... ------, -' :.. ----------SECTION FLORIDA SENTINEL .. _. ; F .RIIJAY,MARCH27,2009 B New Building Named In Honor 01 CDC Founder Recently, family members, friends co-workers, and a s s oc iat es gathered to witn ess th e d e di ca tion of a new building named in honor o f Mrs. Chloe Coney, founder of th e CDC of T ampa, Inc. (Corpor a tion to Develop Communities, of Tampa, Inc.) Th e new Chloe Con ey Urban Ente rprise Cent e r i s loc a t e d at 1907 E. Hillsborough Avenue. Mrs. Coney found e d the notfor profit o rganization more th a n 15 yea rs a go. She served as its president until 2006. Mrs. Coney's husband, Pastor Ernest Coney, Sr., gave th e inv oca tion greeting s were ex t e nd e d by Ms. Toni Watts, CEO of the CDC of T ampa, In c., a nd th e occas ion was g i ve n by Albert Lee, .Jr., Chairman, o f the CDC Board o f D ir ec t o rs. Among those o n h and t o offe r comme nt s we re: Rev. Thomas Scott, C h a irm a n Tampa C i ty Coun cil; Mayor Pam Iorio; Kenneth Hagan, C h a irn1an Hill s borou g h County Commi ss i on; Doug Gaither, Neighbo rworks Southern D i s trict ; Derold Mciver, BB & T Bank ; Bobby Priester, Con s tru ctio n R. W. T y m e well. Amo n g the family m embe r s in at t endan ce were: h e r hu sband, Pastor Ernest Coney, Sr.; so n Ernest Coney, Jr., COO o f th e CDC of Tampa, In c.; m o th e r Mrs. Mary Mitche ll; and s i s t e r M rs. Jackie Chaney Wilson. (Photography b y Brunson). The honoree, Mrs. Chloe Coney, left, is shown with her mother. M rs. Mary Mi tchell a t the dedication ceremony. MR. AND MRS. FRANK (IVY) CARTE R MARVIN KNlGHT f I 1\IS. TONI WATI'S CEO of the CDC ofTampa. Inc. MRS. WILLIE MAE WILLIAMS BOB BUCKHORN Ms. De nese Metcye .James, left, and Ms. Karen Peopl e .-; wtre among those who attended th dedication cer emony 1\ls. lleddie Sumpter board membe r and Albert Lee, Chairman of the Board of the CDC ofTampa. Inc., attended the dedication cer tmony. Among those a tt ending the C\'cnt w rc Mo;. lsa I. G ull ey. Prcsidt'nt nnd CEO of lenrwnt r ighborhood Housing cnices nnd i\ls. Grace Miranda of 1 c M Co n sulting. Ms. Lafc T homas, l tf t i .o; show n w i t h Ms. K a t r y a Watkins a t the Ms. Doncelyn C h a ney, l e ft niece of the honoree, is shown with Ms. La lit a Watkins. :'>Is. Donyclle Chaney, left. niece of the honoree, :\Irs. Anika Coney. daughter-in-law of the honoree, and Shelby Ana Co ney, granddaughte r of the honoree. were among family members attending the dedication ceremon y. Bobby Prie t e r left, and Ronnie \ Villiam Tymewe ll i shown a t the event E ldca l\lidad lt Patty, ld1. ami 1\ls. Tonya Llwis WCI'l' amon); thost a tttruling tht dl'Ciication nr't' llllmy.

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0) 0 0 ('II ,..: ('II :I: (.) a: <( :: Young People Need Financial Support To Complete Journev These young people visited Senator Arthenia Joyner in Tallahassee durin1; their tour in 2008. This year they plan to go on to Washington, D. C as well. Th e T ampa Bay Academy of C Hop e founded by James M. fE Evans, former Tampa BuccaC neer and a parent group, known Z as the PLAN, have e nc ouraged < and rallied 40 youth tog ether to travel from Tampa to T allahassee all the way to Washington w D C with a chance to m eet President Barack Obama. > Over the last four months, ffi parent have worked to educate > their children on how the govW ernment works and its impact on their future But they n ee d financial support to complete their journey CD Th e students n eed to raise money for their food for 5 z days!!! They are asking-for doi= ,.na tions to help them embark up6n this L egislative L ea d er:5 s hip Tour (April 6-IO), from CD Tampa to Tallahas see to W ashington, D C Donations can be made online at www.tampa-i= z hop e.co m or mail e d to 1 702 N N e braska Ave T a mpa FL 33602. You ca n call 8 1 3-277-0464. Recentl y in partnership with Macy's Department s tor e at Univer s ity Mall youth and parents along side s tud e nt s from the Univ e rsity of South Florid a representing Progr essive Black Men a nd Delta Epsilon P s i raised over $1,000 to support the trip to W as hington D C. Th ese youth who hav e been selected for this onc e in a lif e time opportunity r ep r ese nt 1 5 schools throughout Hillsbor ough County. Th e e part fa Leadel'8hf!J' rough Education program conducted by th e Tampa B ay Acad e m y of H ope, Inc. in partne r s hip with H ills borough County Publi c Schools Adam Diala Bazan, Liliana Bazan, Tiana Berry, hantz Boykins, Ebony Brown, Marche Brown, Colin Carter, Chapman, Bionca Chapman, David Nicholai David, DeJesus, Devin DeJesus, Marie Edwards, Angelica Ellerson, Kendrick Franklin, Dena Hargrove, Shawn Harris, Phylisha Jackson, Donzell (Dee Jay) Jenkins, Cierra Jones, Nakarri Jones, Lavaughn King Win ton Lightbody Briana (Bree) McRoy Asheley Merrell, Johnathan Mingo Brianna Mitch e ll Ashley Simmons, Danzel (Dan) Simmon Jamaal Simmons, Jessica Vanzel Sim-tubb Williams am -ron William W b t r Wood. w CJ) < c CENTENNIAL GALA IDLLSBOROUGH COUNTY BRANCH NAACP a: 0 ..J u.. m I ('II w (!) Higgins Hall 5225 Himes Street, Tampa, Florida 33607 Friday, May 22, 2009 6 :00pm (Reception) 7 :00pm (Dinner) THEME: "We are One Hundr e d TJ;te HiJ.lsborough Co!IDty js, your s upport by publishing your rganization or busmess m our souvemr scron JOurnal. Please select your ad c hoice by circling the appropriate ad size SOUVENIRSCROLLJOURNALPRICES Full Page $100.00 -Half Page S 50.00.. --Donations are $400-Table or $50-Individual Call 813 234-8683 to reserve your table All .ads will be full color glossy, and should be submitted camera ready to p s penfla aol.com P l ease submit your payment to: Hllsborou&;}l County Branch NAAC P and mail to: County Branch NAACP PO Box 4266 Tampa, Flonda 33677, no later than April 13, 2009 For additJona l information contact Pat Spencer at 8 1 3-205 3834 Thanks in advance for your contribution ORGANIZATION/BUSINESS NAME:--------------CONTACT PERSON'S NAME: ---------------------------------------ORGANIZATION/BUSINESS ADDRESS :---------------ORGANIZATION/BUSINESS TELEPHONE # : ENCLOSED CHECK#: H E K AMOUNT: ---------------Student Seeks Help As He Prepares To Join People To People i* .. ;'"" ... K.ENDIUCK MENTION Kendrick Mention, a ISyear-old s tudent at Academy P rep Center of Tampa, is preparing to e mbark on a n op portunity o f a lifetime. H e is being offe red th e oppo r tunity t o be come a P eople To P eople Stude nt Ambassador. People To P eople was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower i n 1956 H e believed that if people from different cultures could co me t oge ther in peace a nd friend s hip, eve ntually would cou ntri es. Since its founding P eople t o People has launched many international p r og rams, includi n g ister Cities a nd Pr ojec t HOPE part of the program, Kendrick will spe nd 19 days in Europe over the s umm er. His expe ri e n ce will includ e m ee ting with gove rnm e nt offi cials, interaction with other stud e nt s e ducational ac tivitie s a nd h o m e s t ays w ith h os t families. To parti cipate in the pro g r a m Kendrick need s $7,139.00, which will includ e tran s portation accommoda tions, meals and .educational activities He is seeki ng spon sors and community do n ations t o assist hi s desire to become a part of P eople To Peopl e "Any contributi o n would be appreci a ted I plan to give a speech and sha r e m y journal photo graphs a nd experiences with contributor s upon m y return," Kendrick said in a Jette r he has s hared with friends and family For additional informa tion he can be reached at (8 13) 381-0885. His tuition is due by April 20, 2009. As a student at Academy Prep Kendrick is an active stude nt with a 3-4 GPA, being inv olved in several orga n iza tio ns at the school and in the co mmunity H e has a tro_Qhy i.n football Spoken Word medal and Actors Award. He is the so n of Cynthia Hills and the brothe r of Kelvin Kelisa and Kaniya Mention. He is also active with the Pent eco tal Church of God T.O.B.A. Tampa rganization of Black Affair Membership Orientation Saturday, Marh 28, 2009 10:00 A.M. 12 Noon AKA. House 412 E. 7th Avenue Tampa, Florida 33602 TOBA is a vibran t organizaion with a vi ion to impact and Impro ve th e AfLrcan American community To make this vision a reality WE NEED YOU! We need your inp ut We need our co n trib ution on the committee of yo ur choi e l M mber s hip app l i c ations will be available at th me tin g Refre s hm ents Will Be crvcd -(8 1 ) 874 T BA (8622) Visit O ur wcbi s t : www toba nctwork org

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:c Birthday Greetings c so Fly 1 Ms. Thick 11 Stand Alone I =====H=a=p=p=y=S=w=e=e=t With It CARLA And REGINA REGINA All The Way Live ASHLEY, REGINA And SHANTA If you think you're a celebrity and you're cool, I'm cool. And we're all cool. Come out and celebrate with all Pisce s and Aries for this Hollywood event. The celebrities are Regina, Carla, Sabrina and Ashley. We also will be celebrating at Tampa Cru s-ACade March 28th. 'And We Still' SHARDAY And YANCEY Ha p p y birth day, Yancey! I l o v e y ou a nd wis h you m a n y mor to come. Love alway s Ms. Pollock. MRS. RONESHIA 'Look Who' s Turning 10 MANINA M IKELIA JONES On Wedne s day March 25, Manina turn e d 10 y ear s old Happ y birthda y From, (mom) Camilla (dad) M i c hael, (grandma) D ebra and great gr andma, M .Gwen Happy birthda t no. From your wif and kid W l o ou! St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263 On A Firm Sunday Sdlool 9: 3 0 A.M. Sunday Momlnz Wonhip 1 0'.55 A.M Tuaday NiJht Bible StUcfr 6 P.M. Wednaday Nl&frt Prayer & Bible StuCty 6:30P.M. tJon S rvlces Avall a bt BRIDGETT, HEEM, NESHIA, STANKA, KENT And KELDRICK I'm well e stablished and done it all. Keep it cute or pu t it o n mute! ASHAQUAY DAVIS :I: 1\) 0 0 <.0 r-0 :::c 0 > (J) m z :;j z m r-1 OJ c rr m :;j z ., c OJ c (J) :I: m 0 m < m :c Special birthda wishes going out to a wonderful woman, who :; will be turning a ear older by the Grace of God. c Quay will b celebrating this da with famil and friend rn Happ birthda We love ou. 0 Ads W il l Be Published Friday, April 17, 2009 D ea dlin e To Bring In Ad April 9, 2009 $10 For Photo Sch 9 ol: Student s Name : Parents : Grandparents: Honor : ( C hoose) Principal s Honor Roll Church: (Not For Publication) > z 0 :c 0

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m g All About \'ou C\1 r-: C\1 ::c (.) a: 1-> a: w > w c w ::c (f) ..J cc ::::> a. z i= w. ...1 ...1 ::::> m I ...1 w I'm A Diva z MZ.DEE i= z W Let's talk about money, 00 'cause s h e gets a lot of that. C Big shout out goes to you, a: Sis. Happy birthday. 0 Love, your ace, Shawt. ...1 LL LENNY Happy 24th birthday to Lenny. May the Lord co ntin ue to bless you with u cc in Atlanta W e lov e you. From, the f amily JARRON ANTONIO YATE JR. Happy b irthday t o J arron Antonio Yates, J r .. wh o will be turnin g 2 on l arch T th li e will be celebra tin g with family and friends on aturday. !\larch 2 Love. mom, antclla Franklin (K vin). and grandparent Twanda Franklin and Bobby White. .. s .outh 78th St. Tampa,.FL ""u:::u.:n the Engine Lab lndu trial Park) to Worship with Ust 2 Services MRY8UNDAY 8:00 a.m. 0 11:00 a.m. CHRIST LIKE What You Said? She Ain't No Diva! BEl OSHA t op th e track let m e tat e (;Jets. h e's been th e # 1 d i va in th e _game for 2 years on 1arch 30tn Happy birthday t o M B. From, mommy. daddy and family TED JAH JAIRA HO BRADL Happ birthda to TeDajah Jaira hondana Bradley who turned 6 on March 26, 2009. T Dajah will el brat a w ek nd of fun in Orlando ith h r Shondun tt ; Nahl dg ; a n d i t r Minniqua and Rakira. Happ y birthday sw th art. W lov e y ou grandpar nt l ph n and arl an. Birthday Notices And Other Announcement Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call : 248-1921 For More Into ZANE Happy 1st birthday, March 27, 2009. Zane. Love always, parents, Sidney and Cathleen; grandparents, Lisa and Jackie; and brothers, Lil Sidney and Desmond. Happy Birthday AUDLEYIA l love you Audlyia. Too Cute! AUDLEYIA With DADDY Look w ho' turning 2 on Mar h 3 th. L e, Dadd

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All Abou t Vou Come And Say Farewell . ...... ANGE L MRS. T AYLOR, DA' LA UREN And SA'KENDRA Ms. Helen R. Taylor of the City of Tampa R ec r ea tion Dept. i s RETIRING y'all. Starting at 7 p. m. on April 3, 2009, at Kid Mason Center (near Central Park), we're saying, Farewell! Please come o ut a nd join us R S V P. b y calling (813) 919-1413. Well Known Recreation Leaders Retires HELEN T AYLOR And MAXINE LARRY Come help celebrate my mom, Mrs. Helen T a yl or's retirement at Kid Mason Rec Center, 7 p m., April3, 2009. If you'd like to participate call (813) 351-9643, leave a message. TYRIQJAMES Congratulations goes out to 7-year-old Tyriq James, 1st grade student at Edison Elementary who received am award for Citizenship Tyriq, the son of Frank and Katina James; and the grandson of Frank James and Qenese Meteye Jame was one of only four students in 5 first grade classes a nd the only male to also r eceive the Principal' s Honor Roll. Way to go, Ty Happy Birthday MS. TORI Pen Pal MAURICE POUNCEY Seeking a mart, beautiful woman with confidenc e and g reat personality f o r fri end s hip. Writ e Maurice Pouncey, 365836 8 1-127-L, Glades Work Camp, 2600 N Main Street Belle Glade FL, 33430. Weekend Visitors DR. WILLIAM H. BRXANT And SHIRLEY B BRYANT Dr. William H. Br ant, graduate o f the Ia s of 1964 Middl tqn High S hool and apt ain of the Middleton Mar bin g Tig r s Band, was in town this w ekend with hi lov l y wif from Atlanta, GA. R eligious God Said It And He Did It ometimes in life it seems as though we are wasting away. Situations come u p and t h .at causes us to grow weary and lose heart. We find ourselves in wars and battles trying to stay alive. There are some days when it just seems like we are dying and going to di e in our situati on. Not only do we as people ex p erience these things but the re a r e some things around u s that s uffer as well. There arc som e relationships that are dead or dying. Sometimes our finances experience d eath. There are som e who have encountered a spiritual death. No matter what has caused the d eath, there is still hope. The possibilities of living again are great. In this portion of his experience Ezekiel writes in Chapter 3 7 Verses 1-14 about hope after death. Ez e kiel writes that God car ried him down into a valley (vs. 1). God wa in comple t e control of Ezekiel 's life and He took Him where H e wanted him to go. For this lesson Ezekiel had to go down in the valle T o learn a lesson that would changd his life he had to go down in the valley. Sometimes the thing that God wants to how us requires u to go down in the valley Too often time people are up et and frustrated when they find them elv in life's valle There are orne da wh n ou mu t go to th valle through th all and eve n I ep in the ai l e The on) thing that hould ca u a believer con-e rn about th alley i if God i s not with yo u Whil in the vall y E z kie l saw dr bones; a lot of dr bon s; th bon were very dt ( s. 2). Th bon w r e th r mains of what u s d to li e but i n c n dead. Th dryness of th bone p ak to th I n th of time th bon ha be n dead. The fact that th w re ery dry sugg sts tha l th r was n s i gn of in th m In this all it i b li ved that th r w re the r mains of oth r things a w II. In th vall y of life toda th r ar th f thing that on ar now d ad. If ou 1 k at th e dry bones of our-li ou might s th b n of a marriag that ou ar in. You might see the bones o f what o nce was f inanci a l securi ty and eco n omic s t a b i lity. In your valley, if y o u look around, you might see the bones of dreams that have died The bones do not just appear after death. There is a decaying process. Sometimes in life even as you live now, there is a dying and decaying process. You see the flesh of what is alive and fading. You see the signs and evidence that you are dying spiritually. You feel your breath of God's "TI spirit getting weaker. The 5 process is happening when ::c yo u don't have the spiritual 0 strength to press on any-)> en m z more. God did not take Ezekiel there just for an outing. There was a purpose. God wanted Ezekiel to see what the situation was then so he would be encouraged and rejoice for what he was about to see. God asks Ezekiel, Can these bones live (vs z m r-1 tD c: rrm z As you look at all the tD death and decay around you ,can these bones live? Because there is no more life m left in it, can these bones live? They said it was over < and nothing else could be !B done, can these bones live? -< The ans' er for making -i that which was ali e and dead live again is to prophe-en cy to it. God said to Ezekiel - word o r and ""at h d m iv it n w li '{1 tD

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m 0 Church Directory C\1 :I: (.) a: a: w > w c w :I: CJ) ::::; aJ ;:::) a. z t= w ...J ..J ;:::) m I ...J w z t= z w CJ) c a: 0 ...J LL m I CD w ALLEN TEMPLE A. M. E. CHURCH 2101 Lowe St. REV. WILLIE J. COOK, Pas ta( Worship Activties : Early Worship 7 :45A. M Sunday School 9 :30AM. Morning Worship 11 AM. Bible Study 6 :45P. M Tuesday PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES 10511 Ma i n Str ee t Thonotasassa Fl ori da DR.THOMAS l. HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9 :30A M Morning Worship 11 AM. Bibl e Study (Wednesday) 7 P .M. FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES 4711 21st Ave. REV. Pastor Pray e r M ee ting & Bibl e Study W e dn es d ay-7 P M Sund a y S c hool 9:30 A M Morning Worship -10:55 A M Church Van -(81 3 ) 627 0338 NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH uuc:L.-. 1 Past or Weekl y A c t i v i t ies Sunday Church School 9 :30 A M Morning W o rship 1045 A M Bible Class 4 :30P. M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday P rayer Meeting 7 P M Bible S tudy 7 :30 P O ffic e Location : Worsh i p Servic e L oca tion Blaise Alfano Conference Center 11606 N McKinley Dr. G e o rget o wn O ffice Park 1307 W Rei che r Ave Tampa FL 336 1 2 Tampa Fl 33612 SUNDAYS First Fruit Worsh i p Se rv ice 7 :30 A.M Morn ing C e lebration Se rvic e 11 : 00 A M .THURSDAYS V o ice Of The Wor d B i ble St u d y 7:30P.M BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2 313 E 27th AVE (813) 24 8 -5690 ( 8 1 3) 2 4 1 690 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunda y Schoo l 9 :30A.M. Sunday M o rnin g Wors hip 11A M Sunday Evening W o r s h i p 7 :_30 P.. M . Mornin g Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .. .. 9 A.M . Wednesday Night Worship ___ .... 7:30P. M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Past o r "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." TEMPLE CREST CHURCH OF CHRIST 8309 N 4 0th St. Tampa F L 33604 914 7525 Sun. Morn. Bible Study-9 : 30A M Sun. Morn. Worship-10:30 A M Sun. Evening Worship-6:3 0 P.M. M id W e e k Bible Study Wed7 :30 P M Everyone Welcome GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37t h St (813) 248-377 P astor Early Morning Worship-8 A.M Sunday School -9: 30A.M Morning Worship-10 : 50 A.M B ible Study, Wed -7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 W. Palmetto St. 879 1351 REV. ANTHONY GREENE, Past o r Sunday School-9:30A.M. Moming Worship-1 1 A.M. Pra y e r S ervice & Bible Study Wednesday -7 :30 P .M "To Know Chris t And To Mil k e Christ Known" MOUNT OUVE A. M. E. CHURCH 1 90 2 W LaSalle St, Tampa, F L 3360 7 ( 813) 25 4 -62 7 B =---, REV. J .AMES C. QIYJ Pastor MRS. ROBERTA T. GMNS, First Lady 9 : 30 A M. Church School 11: 00 A M Worship Bible S1udyWednesday -7 P M ST. MATlHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 (813) 628-0752 Websit e: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@ tampabay.rr.com Br eak Of D ay W o r ship 7.45 A M Sunday School 9 .30 a m Mornmg W o rship 11 a m Prayer Service W ednesday 7 p m Study o f the Bible W ed 7 : 30 -8 : 30 p m Praise & Worship Service Wed 8 .30-9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wedn esday 7 8 30 p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10a. m. Y outh Bible 12 4 p m Teen N ight Friday before t he 2nd Sund y 7 -11 p m REV., W D Sl S Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS V1LlAGE 6616 Progress Blvd, Tampa, Fl33619 Church Office (813) 677-1948 Pastors Office (813) 672 Academy Office (813} 677-5988 Fax ( 813) 672 0514 E-Mail fbcopv @ tampabay rr com GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E Emma St. Sunday School 9 :45a. m Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship-5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7:30p. m V i s itors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 North 29th Street Tampa 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS Senio r P astor E arly Worship 7 : 50 a m Sunday School 9 :45a. m Morning Worship-10 : 5 0 a m For Transportation Call SISTER BARBAR A MCGILL at621-1 155 Tuesday Prayer Service -6 : 30p. m B i ble Study -7 : 30p. m Visit our Websi t e or E -Mail u s : www.fbcch org info@fbcch org Jesus Is The Wav The Truth And The Ute. II we claim to have fellowshiP with h i m DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Te ching Pastor AduiVChildren Worship Times 7 : 30A.M & 10:55 A M l :l!:l!liil l tl!ft Sunday9 : 45A M -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday -11 A M -Adult Wednesday-7 P M -Youthl Children 7 :30 P M Adu l t the darkness, we lie and do not live b)l the truth. But H w e walk i n the l ight as he I s In the' llohl we have fellowshiP With one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin.

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Church Directory NEW MT. ZION M. B. 29TH STREET CHURCH, INC. CHURCH OF CHRIST 2511 E Columb u s Dr. HAROLD RODRIQUEZ-M INISTER (813) 248 -8101 or (813) 247-3899 3310 N 29th St. TAMP A F L 33605 DR. WALTER J. WILUAMS Pastor Early Moming Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 A. M Wed. Family Night-7 P M Dea. John C Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons OFFICE & FAX (813) 242-4572 EMAIL : romello @verizon.net Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15A.M. Morning Worship ................. 1 0 :30A. M Evening Bible Class .............. S :OO P.M. Evenif'IQWorshi p ................... 6 :00 P.M. WedneSday Night Class ...... .7:00 P.M. Personal Work: 1st Sat... .. 1 0-12 Noon ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E 25th Avennue ,Tampa, FL (Come r Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone : (813) 248-3737 Or ( 813) 248-3651 Fax: 2428076 Careline : 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkiric, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8 :00 A M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation 1 0:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays ) TUesday: 12 :00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w / Bible Study Wednesday: 5 :30 P. M Free Tutorial 6 :45 P. M Adult & Youth Mid Week Service E mail Us At: stjmini5tries@ aol.com Mission S tatement: A Church of the inner cit y reachingout to the commun ity by ministering t o the whole man Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INCJ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.T. Kirldandt Pastor Tel : ( 813 ) 253-5714 Fax ( 813 ) 2 5 4 -144 1 E mail : MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP A T 7:45A. M SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 :30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A. M 1ST SUNDAYS 5 P M Fam ily Series Hour (B.T.U. ) 6 P M -lor d s S u ppe r (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 P M -P r aye r Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bib l e Study DR. C .T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order O n Lin e A t W eb Site Or Call C h urch W EB S ITE: Mt P i easant M BChurc h org HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Hillsborough High School 5000 N Central Ave Tampa, FL 33603 REV. DELORES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning W o rship Service 8 :00 A M Bible Study Tuesday 7:00P. M New Mt Silla M B Church 5702 E 32nd Ave Tampa, FL 33619 New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 W alker Road T honotosassa, FL 33592 (813) 986-3971 (813) 6 1 0-1252 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, JR. Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9 :30A M Sun. Morning Wors hip 11 A M Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers I Can Do All Thmgs Through Christ Who Str e ngthens Me. -Phil. 4 : 13 ST. JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 5202 86th S t Tamp_? 677-2411 Sunday Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M ; ... fr; .... 1 Chur ch S c h ool 9 :30A.M. \:-.;-, each Sunday B ib l e Study 7 P M each Wednesday Take Progress B lv d t o S 85th St. tum 140<1h. go to Ash Ave tum E follow the curve t o the f elt t S REV. JOE GAY, Pastor 86th St ) and the d'lurch as on t nght Wor ship Oppor1untttes SUNDAY Sunday School 9 :30A. M Morning Worshi p 11:00 A M YPWW-6 :00 P M Evening Worshi p 7 :00P. M liUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M RE-BIRTH MISSIONARY BAPTlST CHURCH 1 924 East Comanche Ave Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 238-8911 Welcomes You To An Exc i ting Place To Worship Electrifying Praise Powerful Teaching & Preaching 10A. M. Every Sunday Morning PASTOR ZACHERY And MRS. FREDDIE HUDSON LAURA STREET CHURCH Of CHRIST 1 3 1 0 East L aura S tree t Plant C ity, FL 33566 (813) 752-2858 William Kerrlson, M i nister Sunday M orni n g Bibl e Study ......... 9 A M Morning Worship Worship .10:15A.M Evening Worshi p ...................... 5 P.M. Wednesday Morning Bible Study. .... 10 A M Even ing Bible Study ................... 7 PM. elv Baptist Church 405 N. O r egon Avenue Tampa, F L 33603 813 -2513389 ,."'(\'\e Early Birct Early Worsbip : 7 :45am Suuday Sc h oo l : 9 : 4 5am Worsh ip: Nigh t Bill It-Study:7:00pm Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy. Si days you shall labor and do all your work but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God On it you shall not do any work neither you nor your son or daughter nor your manservant or maidseNant nor your animals nor the alien within your gates For in si x days the LORD made the heavens and the earth the sea and all that is in them but he rested on the seventh day. Therefore the LORD blessed the Sabbath day and made it l1oly. Exo d us 2 0 :8-11 NIV 'T1 ::c c s: )> ::c (') ::r: 1\) -...j 1\) 0 0 (0 'T1 r-0 ::c c )> (J) m z :j z m r-1 m c r rm :j z ""0 c m l en :I: m c m < m ::c _. c m (J) c )> z c 'T1 ::c c

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CJ) 0 0 N ,.__N ::r:: u 0::: <( :l: Cl 0::: LL. Cl 0::: u.. c z < Cl CJ) w => .._ > a: w > w c w ::r:: CJ) ::J al => 0. z w ..J ..J => al I ..J w z z w CJ) < c a: 0 ..J LL. al I CIO w (.!) Local Broach Tampa High School Making Strides In Communitv Broach Tampa High p a rti c ip a ted in it s first state competition on F ebrua ry 27-28th in Orlando. With only 6 m embers on the basketball team to finish out the season and 4 girls representing the school in the cheerleading competition, Broach Tampa walked away with 4th place win for the boys and 2nd place win for t h e g irl s. The Broach B ears b as k e tball team and cheerleading squad have grown npt only in athletics, but also as young men and women who have vision, d e t ermination, courage and stre n g th. As a t ea m th ey reali ze d that th e r e i s n o substitute f o r hard wo rk a nd d edica t ion A Change Has Come, Go Bears! Broach T ampa Hig h School is a m embe r of the Interscholas ti c Activities Asso ciation of Florida. We are currently accepting application for the 2009/2010 sch oo l year. The school is located at 6400 E. Chelsea St., Tampa, 33610. Contact: 813-623-1751 I (Fax) 813 -623-2328. Broach Tampa. High Cheerleaders From left: Diana Garcia, Jasmine Edwards-Captain, Alexi s F lanagan Head Coach: Ebone Davis, Asst. Coach, Dirccto1 Iris Prince Broach Tampa High Ba ketball Team Standing From left: Cory Goodsell (F/C) Antonio Lind ey (F/G)-Captain, Richard Clark (F /C) Dawon Anderson (F/G). Front row left: Antonio Wilker on (PGJG) De ariu Cusseaux (G) Head Coach: Ebone Davis and Asst. Coach Director lri Prince. Meeting Tampa Writers Alliance Meeting 3010 E. Hillsborough Ave. 813-236-7814

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March Birthday Celebrants B e lat e d birthday wishes a r e se nt to Shane E. Anthony, Jr., who celebrated hi s special day on March 25, 2009. H appy birthday to th e March cel eb r a nts: Mrs. Annette Jackson, Percell Bradley, Mrs. Willew Simmons, Mrs. Vann Scott, Mrs. Mary Baldwin Mrs. Grace Everhart C harles Pritchard. Ms. V ictori a Fredrick, Erin Byrd, Trence Williams, Carlton Lise, Jr., Cheryl Larry, Retha M. Jackson, Catherine Miller, Charlotte Bass, Zenita Sharonda Anthony. Also celebrating birthdays thi s month a re : Lorenzo Ira Harris, Anna Harris Drayton, Everett Leslie Williams, Jr., Alonzo Johnson, Jr., Kathy Hayes, Rudy Hayes, Edmond Ligon, Casandra Hall, Lisa Allen, Natalie V. Foster, Darlene Kelly, Ruby Miller, James Halley, Irene Bigbee, LaShawn Burke, Tyrone Williams, John Price, Archie Roberts, Sam Welch, Nathaniel Edwards, Lanolia Jackson, Jaleel Robinson, Chad Jenkins, Marques Spencer, Ray Melendez, Carnethia Gillis. Andrew Jones, Jackie Mosley, Daverian Willis, Velveteen Spivey, Destine Brown, Carl Vann, Curtistine Dixon, Seyveaunce Jones, Rachel Smith and Terry Col e H a pp y b ir thday t o M 1 s Norma Francis, who cel e brated her specia l clay o n 31 8. Mrs. Francis turn ed 76-ye ar old and e njoy ed thi da y with l o t s of fami l y and frie nds. W e p ray for many mor e to come. Number 1 For Shannon! On 3-2 1-09 Baby hannon cel ebra t ed his s p ec i a l da y with hi s m o th e r Mesha; brother, Brandon; sis ter, RiKayla; gra ndmoth er, Rosa Dupree; and lot s of oth e r f ami l y a nd friends St. Josep h Miss i o n ary Bapti st Church Rev. Thomas Heyward, Int erim P astor a nd mem b ers ex t e nd birthday gree tings to : Talecia Collin D errick Blue, Travis Philon and Shauntavia Watson. Sick And Shut-Ins L e t u s k ee p those 'far n e ar and all a r o und in o ur daily prayer s : Mrs. Hattie Mae Williams (Clark s t o n GA), Bro. Stan Porter, S i s Shirley Anderson, Brcman Anderson, Sis. Helen McMillan, Sis. Ethel Gambrell (Brandon Nursing H o m e), Sis. Bert Graham, Bro. and Sis. Wilbert (Elaine) Johnson, Sam Oliver, Mrs. Nettie Mae Dennis, Ralph Williams a n d Mrs. Barbara Collins. Also in n ee d o f prayers a r e : Sister B ert Graham, Kcna Salsbury Samue l Sheppard, S i ster Sylvi a Royal th e Blue family, James .Joyner, Sister Traci a Tayl01 S i s ter Carol Pi erce (Brand on H ospital). Let us ext e nd praye r to th e foll ow ing folks: E llen Haire Mc C l enna n Edwcud Prathe r Juanita Daniel, Bessie Sims John Curtis Eth e l WellsDixon, Linda Huggins, Joe Huggins (Jae), Kimberly Bryant, Agalee Hill, Devora olomon, George Washington, Lonette Gardner, Rudy Hayes, Luvenia Mitchell, Cynthia Roberts, Geneva Lies Ferrell. Christina Wilson, Lillian Harris Cusseaux, Eli Rodger and Robert Col eman. Sympathy Eart h hath 110 sorrow, which H eave n cannot h e al... I extend sym pat h y to the f ollow ing families : Coles, Sutton, Scott and Thrcatts in th e p ass ing of th eir l oved one who w e r e fune rali zed over th e w ee k e nd. My d ee p es t s ympat h y i s ex t e nd e d to Mrs. Roesolia Young a nd fami l y in th e passing of h e r s i s t e r in-law, Mrs. Lillie Mac Mosley of E usti s, FL, who was fun e r alized Saturday, March 2 1 2009. Sympat h y goes ou t t o Mr. Preston Anderson, former Vil l age r a nd th e e ntir e Anderson famil y in th e loss of hi s so n Kendal, who p asse d away on 3 17-09. Get Well Wishes Get better soo n a nd k n ow that you a r e misse d Mrs. Mildred Hanna. S h e s having knee trou b l e and we want her to know 'we all miss you'l! Spec i a l ge t well p r ayers to all th e sick a nd s hut-in s including: Mrs. Henrietta Peterson, Mrs. Marie Benson Mrs. Lei l a Moss and Mrs. Ernestine Bes t. Mr Sallye Holmes is pro g r essi n g afte r a brief illness. She was recently blessed wit h a visi t from her sis t e r Ms. Ida R. Dovers from Augusta, GA. Welcome Back Very happy to see Brother Roger Humphrey in Worship ervice unday after a brief stay in th e ho spi tal. We pray each and :::D c }< s:: every d ay for him to get b e tter Mission Day 5; On Sunday, M a r c h 22, 2009, St. 0 J osep h M. B. C hurch r e nd e r e d :I: serv ice a t Fir s t John M B 1\J Church for their Mission Day. """" Th e Rev. Quantai Washing-ton i s P as t or. o Progress Village Family And Friends Reunion Good f e llo wship, good food and goo d fun for all! Jump aboard th e Carnival's Cruiseline Sensational a s it sails t o th e Bahamas C a bins are limit e d and tim e i s running out. For more info call Debora Barr at (813) 417-6654. Thought For Today One o f the sec ret s in life is to make ste ppin g s t o n es out o f our stumbling blocks. 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0) g Local N ...... N i surprise Panv Held At Reagan Park C Reagan Park was the l ocation of a surprise birthday party f o r Mrs. Dorothy Reed. B e r C: husband, Coach Billy Reed, and the ir c hildre n h osted the party. (Photographs by Julia u. Jackson) c a: u. c z ._. > c: w > w c w :I: en :J m ::::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::> m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. m I 0 ,.. 15"&16"-$795 17" -19-$895 0 20" $1095 22" $1695 24" 2695 9370 N. FLORIDA AVE. TAMPA,FL OPEN MON.-SAT. 9-6 Conch Billy and Mrs. Dorothy Reed at her surprise birthday party. Mr Reed i hown with her brother Rev. Tommy L. Bo of caJa. MS. DONCEL YN CHANEY . Sang a tribute to Mrs. Reed Mr. and M r Kevin (Tonya) Hammond were among tho e on hand to help Mr Reed celebrate her birthday

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Reci es Asparagus, a springtime favorite, is high in 8 and C fiber, potassium and folic acid. Spring Rolls: 1 lb. Asparagus & % cup each fresh mint leaves & cilantro 1 mango & ginger cut in 2" pieces % red bell pepper & 2 cups fresh bean sprouts % cup dry roasted salted peanuts, chopped 8inch dried rice paper Spring Roll Wrappers Dipping Sauce: %cup store-bought Asian Sweet Chili sauce & Juice of 1 lime ................... ._ ........ ........ DIRECTIONS: Filling: Blanche asparagus in boiling salted water until tender to the bite 3-5 min. Peel and julienne mango, ginger and bell pepper. Set a side with remaining filling ingredients. 2 cups cubed watermelon, seeded '12 cup apple juice 11.3 cup lemon or lime juice 1 to 2 tablespoons honey Ice cubes Mint sprigs (optional) To Assemble. fill a bowl with hot water. Working with one wrapper at a t ime, s lip rice paper wrapper into water until pliable, about 1 minute. Place wrapper o n cutting boar d In the center, put 3-4 asparagus spears with the tips coming off the end of the wrapper slightly, 3-4 mango and pepper slices, 3 tablespoons sprouts, 2 tablespoons herbs, sprinkling of ginger and peanuts. Roll the wrapper from the bottom up, tightly. Leaving the ends open. Set aside and cover with a damp towel. Finish with remaining wrappers. When ready to serve, slice wrappers into 3 chili sauce and DIRECTIONS: In a blender combine watermelon, apple juice lemon juice and honey. Cover and blend until smooth. Serve over ice. Garnish with mint sprigs .. publi x .com/a d Publix. 1 WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE. Pork Spareribs Publix Pork, All-Natural, Full-Flavor SAVE UP TO 1 .40 LB ................ 3991 b 159 :--lb D rit s Fr h ss r-'2\5 OO Salad Bl nd s -Assorted Varieties, A Healthy and Conveni ent Meal Solution, 5 to 12-oz bag SURPRISINGLY LOW PRICE 12-Pack --------------M ulti grain Br ad. Healthy Blend o f Whol e Grains, Handmade Throughout the Day, From the Publix Bakery, 1 6-o z loaf SAVE UP TO .70 .. 289 96 % Fat Free, G r eat for Sandwiches SAVE UP TO 2 .00 LB Tortilla . F hip s............... ree Assorted V a rieties 11.7 5 t o 14. 5 -oz bag ( E x cluding Baked! Light, and N aturol.) Q u a nt i t y right s r e s erved. l ct d ana d a ry 7 -UP, F rA&W......... f 1 2 -oz can or bot. SAVE UP TO 2 .00 (12-Pac k Bud Light Lim 8 er, SAVE UP TO 3.99 O r D 1 e t R i t e 1 2 -oz can SAVE UP TO 8.68 ON 4 ( lndlvidu ai12-Pack, each ... 3 66) Prices effectiv e Thursday, March 26 through Wednesday, April 1, 2009 O n l y In l.ah(l, Sumte r Polk and 03ceol o Coun ties. Pric e s not eftectlve n t Publlx Sabor. Q u,1r 111ty rrghts r M rv d 1 2 -oz can or bot. or B u d w ise r A m rican Ale. 12-oz. bot. ... 10. 99) "T1 ;;u 0 )> -< s:: )> ;;u () :c N -...I N 0 0 (.!) "T1 r 0 0 )> (J) m z :j z m r I OJ c r r m :j z ""0 c OJ r (J) :c m 0 m < m :::0 -< -; c m (J) 0 )> -< )> z 0 "TT :::0 0 )> -< ""0 )> G) m ...... I OJ

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0) Health Event r-: N J: (.) a: :E 9th Annual Men's Health Forum Held At HCC On S aturday, March 7 th Moffitt Cancer Center and the F lorida Prostate Cancer Network h e ld the gth Annual African American Men's Hea lth Forum. 0 The event was held at th e Dal e Mabry Campus of Hillsborou g h Comm unity College, 4001 W. fE Tampa Bay Blvd., from 7:30 a m. until1:30 p. m. c a: LL 0 z <( c en The forum was to provid e a ven u e of health screenings free of charge for African American men. (Photography by Brunson). W Isaac Bush and Kwa i Bamfo took time from their bu day to attend the 9th AnnuaJ African American Men' Health > Forum recently. a: w > w c w J: en :J m :J a. z j::: w ..J ..J :J m I ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL FLORIDA NETWORK ... brick by brick, block by block, callous hand by callous hand .. together ordinary people can do extraordinary things . PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA Do You Want To Share Your Story? Do You Want More Information? (813) 210-0513 Sonja (813) 277-4587 Rebecca Francis House (81 446-9274 Telesia tkins attended the 9th Anrough ommunity 1 -OPTOMETRIST CARE

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Health News Colon Cancer Part 2 Understanding Colorectal Cancer -Detection &Treatment How Do I Know If I Have Colorectal Cancer? Beginning at the age of so, everyone should be screened regularly for colorectal cancer (earlier screening is recommended for some high-risk groups). There are several options. The traditional screening routine was for the doctor to perform a digital rectal exam once a year and for you to collect three stool samples to be tested for traces of blood. Also every three to five years you would receive a sigmoidoscopy to look at the lower part of the bowel. If a nything were abnormal then you would be referred for a colonoscopy. The colonoscopy i s a complete e valuation of the co l o n and rectum with a scope o r long flexible tube similar to the s igmoidoscope but longer. Biopsies or tissue sampl es of any suspiciouslooking areas can be obtained during a co lonoscopy for l aboratory anal ysis. Now, many doctors advocat e goin g right to co lonoscopy every 10 year s. The frequency for how often to get a colonoscopy is not ye t establishe d so the guide lines may c hange. But s in ce it takes about 10 year for a polyp to develop into cancer, this number is a good place to start. A noninvasive screening procedure called virtual colonoscopy i becoming available. It does away with the tube and in stead uses spiral computed tomography, w hich produces a threedimensional image of the colon after it has been emptied and partially inflated w ith air. Any s u s pi c i o u s sympto m s o r abnormal it i e s w ill a l e rt your doctor to p erfo r m a co lonoscopy t o ge t a b iopsy. S h ould a biopsy confirm cancer, imaging tests u sing X-ray, ultrasound, or C T scan s are run to f in d out w h ethe r it has spread to lik e l y s ites such as the liver. Blood tests might a lso b e ordered to find out how well the liver i s functioning and t o measure t h e blood l e ve l of a substance called carci noembryonic antigen (CEA), often found in hi g h er-thannorma l concentration in t h e presence of colorectal ca n cer, especially if it has spread R emembe r yo u are the heartbeat of o u r community. We need you. I f you are o n M e dicare, M edica id or disabl e d with M e di ca r e, there a r e plans avai l a bl e t o assist yo u that have $0 premiums and $0 co-pay for l\l e di ca r e cove r e d co l orectal screening exams f o r peopl e age so and o ld e r. A l so, we have prescription drug plans that allow you to get your generic 90 day up ply at $0. Please contact Jacki Webb your Licensed Health Consultant at 813-545-266s to find a plan that best fits your needs. Gening To The Bonom 01 Colorectal Health See how much you know about an organ no one likes talking about but one we can't live with out-with the Super Colon quiz: True Or False? 1. Only people with a family history of colorectal cancer are at risk. 2. Colorectal cancer, once diagnosed, is deadly. 3 Your risk for colorectal cancer increases with age 4 Men get colorectal cancer more frequently than women do. 5 African AJnericans have a higher risk for colorectal cancer. Answers 1. F:alse. Anyone can develop colorecta l cancer. Those with a family hi s tory m ay be a t in creased risk and s h o uld b screened mor freq u e ntly. 2. Fal e. Wh e n co l o r ec t al ca n cer i s ca ught in th e earl s t age 90 percent o f p opl e are alive aft r five years J. Tru Ag i s a s i g nifi nt risk f acto r for co lor ctal anc r : Th e o lder yo u ar th hig h e r th ris k With each d cad past 40, col orectal polyp s and cancer be come more common 4 Fal e. M e n and worn n nr at equal risk for co lor eta ) cancer. 5 True. Afri ca n America n h av th hi ghc l co l o r tal ca n cer in c id n ee and morta lit y r a t e of all ra ial g r oup. i n th e S Another Generation At Risk What was once just a worry for those who worked with asbestos has now become a concern for their spouses a nd childre n M eso thelioma a cancer that af fect s the lining o f inte rnal organs, i s a ris k for a nyon e with a family m e mb e r wbo worked with asbestos That means a hug from dad after h e got home from work or a wif e wa s hing her hu sband's work clothes ca n be e nou g h ex po sure to cause health problems-and it ca n take up to 40 years for symptoms to s how up. Symptoms includ e lun g prob l e m s s u c h as dry coug h and shortness of breath ; stomach problem s s uch as nau sea, l os s of appetite and bloatin g; a nd h art probl e m s ca u s in g c h s t pain. 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They note that teenagers who stay positive in the face of managing the disease may be more likel y to take all the steps they need to keep their blood s ugar in check. Salmonella Surge On The Rise The names Jelly Belly Blue Ribbon Gourmet Cookie Dou g h and K eeb l e r bring the phra e "scr umpti o u s cu lin ary confectio n s" to mind. But these products have another slightl y less appetizing cha r acteristic in common they are recent victims of what many health expert are call ing the biggest food recall in history, courtesy of salmonella typhimurium The most recent salmonella outbreak began with the de tection of small salmonella cluster patterns in peanut but ter. The age of people affect ed ranges from 1 to 98, with the average age being 16, indicat ing half of the victims are young adults and children, ac cording to CDC The salmonella outbreak bas managed to reach 46 states. 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:IJ We think the world of our doctors. www.tgh.org Tampa General Hospital's national prominence is a result of the clinical excellence of USF Health and community physicians who practice here. Their dedication to our patients is worthy of daily recognition. To honor them, we proudly observe national Doctors' Day on March 30. We say thank you to our fine physicians, today and every day. -The Board of Directors, employees, and volunteers ofTGH Tampa General Hospital PhysicianFinder Physician Referral Service 800-822DOCS Trusted for our expertise. Chosen for our care."' 0 )> :IJ () :I: 1\) -..J 1\) 0 0 c.o r 0 :IJ 0 )> CJ) m z ::! z m r I ID c: r r m ::! z "0 c: CD c CJ) :I: m 0 m < m :0 -< -i c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 :IJ 0 ..... 01 I ID

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0) g Local Entertainment N ,..... N :::r: u a: oct :E Ms. 'B' Celebrates Her Birthdav At The Mirage Bessie Blue, b etter known as Ms. 'B', was at the Mir age a: recently to celebrate h e r birthday. The event was a major LL food feast for food lovers. The house was full to h e lp h e r celebrate another birthday. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Famous Eve wa one of tho e celebrating with M B' at the Mirage. Surprise Partv Held At Blue Shark Mrs. Jacqueline Wilds was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday party recently Her husband, George Wilds, hosted the party at the Blue Shark. (Photographs by Julia Jackson) MARVlN AND RUTHELlA BRADFORD ATIY. JERALDINE WILLIAMS.SHA W Jame and Kim Mallard, nail tech hop owner, wer among tho who att nd d th party at th Blu hurk. M Jacqueline Wilds was the guest of honor at her surprise party. She i hown with her husband, George, who hosted the event.

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Local Entertainment 40th Birthdav Partv Held At Tampa live 'Recently, Mrs. Cheriese Stewart ce l ebra t e d h e r 40th birthday. She observe d the d ay with a birthday party at T ampa Liv e. H e r husband, Tenne Stewart, h os t e d t h e party. (Photographs by Julia Jackson). Birthday honoree, Mrs. Cheries e Stewart, i hown with h e r husband, Tenne Stewart, who ho ted the party. Kimborly Lockett, M G," and birthday honorc Cheriese Stewart at her 40th birthday party. Irs Terri and Rico Stone were on hand for the birthday party held at Tampa Live honoring Mrs. Cherie e Stewart. Erica Mitch II and Garland, JJ w I'e among those wi hing Mr h d tewnrt n happy bkthday. FREDDY SHE LMAN ... Manager Odessa Roberts, Mrs Cheriese Stewart, the honoree, Nicole and David Tomke are shown at the birthday party for Mrs. Stcwatt. Pl BLIC :\OTICE-T h e llill bor o u g h A rea R egio n a l Tra n it Auth o rit y ( HART ) ''ill i m p l ement bu rnicr enhanceme nt r ffccti, c und ay, ,\la rch 2 9.2009 W EE h:D:\Y TS Umur I -rlanda h't'flllt' lncrca'c frcqllCIIC\ iflllll IP _:;to llllllliiC' net\\ CCII q a Ill and l pIn Ratll<' 8-l'rll[!rt''' 1//lar:r llrn11d!l!t lncrc.l'c rrcquc11u lnm 1 5 mtmtlc' tu ; 1 nu11utc' hct\\l'Cil '' n m and-p m Uoute 10-[own \ ( (Jflllfrt lnuca'c lrlqucnn lrm ;(imJnul.:' In I) flllllltc, ht:l\\ccn.1an<'n \d0\\11 0"11 T.unp;l)and TJmpJ lnlctn;lltPn.ll \11p..r1 lt('ill '' ;1111 un1tl I' Ill '-en tee hlt,Hcn 11.\ a11J olth\\C'>t I r.llhfcr lcrllcr r.:rn3tll'> tn nurcnl mtnuk chcJuk I \l.:nJ l.ltl n 11h1 '"r' tee h:IHcn II;\ and crtll\1 ,t 1 rathll'r L.:nh:t '" I''" 11 l ountl\ Routt 31'i-/)n/1 \lahrr 1{11111'< hl'lllll' l11crc.hc lrcqlulcl lt'lll I' 11111111! ,. l:ltlllltl h.:t\\t.:cn '':1m anJ 3 p m AJJcd :1 nc\\ tnp northiXInnJ ka,tng l.ld>dl :\I H n t .lllp m ''" IH-c!-Ja,' /((11/l!' 1'1-Htl\rh !iuu(ectrd ln.rta": frtqucllc\ lllllll 'll llllllUtt'' tn llllllllt<.: hct\ll'\'11 ,, rn .tnJ 'rIll WEEK E :\D E \11 :\:\CE\lE.'-TS Rllltlt I 1 lomla b mur t\ddtJ 'I nell 111p norlhhPund depatlt llll l.rr11n I r .llhlt enter :11 .15 .1 111 ''" .'un,IJI l<: changmg R :r \, :r N -...J N c 0 (0 "Tl r 0 JJ 0 l> en m z ::j z m r I Cl c: r r m ::j z "0 c: Cl c en :I: m 0 m < m JJ < c: m en 0 l> z 0 "Tl lJ 0

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, 5 Entertainment :'II ,.. 3 I: 1. Universal Music Inks Deal For Hendrix Catalog JIMI HENDRIX EW YORK --Universal Music P ublishing Group has become the exclusive administrator of the Jimi Hendrix catalog through o u t the world outside the United States. Universal M u s i c Publis h i n g r eplaces S o ny/ATV Music Publishing, whic h h a d administered the H endrix 'catal og o utsid e t h e U nited Sta tes si n ce 1998 The U .S. publis hing rights w ill co n tinue to b e h andle d by Exp erience H endrix, t h e Seattl e company formed in 1 9 95 b y t h e guitarist's late father, James AI Hendrix, and n ow head e d by Jimi Hendrix's siste r Janie Hendr ix, who i s president/CEO. Marv J. Blige Joining TVIer Perrv's 'Bad' MARY J. BLIGE LOS ANGELES --Tyle r Perry i s adding some harmon y to his next pic ture. The writer-director has cast nine-time Grammy winner M ary J Blige in / Can Do Bad All b y M yse lf, a n a daptati on of one of hi s early plays. Blige joins T araji P. Hen s on, r ece ntl y n ominated for an Oscar in the Lionsgate release, which i due in theaters September 11 ::l z ::( ,.. The five-year agreement T h e Hendrix c atalog -which includes such songs as "Purple Haze," 'Crosstown Traffic" and "Voodoo Child" -r e m ains a p e r ennia l str o n g sell e r In the United States, the catalog sell s a bout a h alfmillion copies annually, putting worldwide sales at 1.2 million, Billboard esti mates. S ong download s of the artist's mus ic grew from 800,000 in the U nited States in 2007 to 915,000 last year, according to Nielsen SoundScan. In the film, Blige will play a nightclub manager and singer who i s good f riends with Henson's character Madea, Perry' most iconic creation, also will appear in the movie, which is shooting at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. 3 covers all commercial n opportunities, including synchronization licensing -for motion pictures, TV, a dvertising and other Ll media. Blige recently gueststarred on "Entourage." H e r last big-screen appearance was in the 2001 drama Pr ison Song > Ll ::l Ll t: n J D :1 l. z Ll .J .J :1 D .J Ll z Ll ., ::( :l I: .J 1. a I 0 u f What's about to become Florida history? All the following Scratch-Off Games of the Florida lottery. $50 G rand 9's I n A Une Easy Money 763 #752 #754 $50,000 Jolly H o li day Bucks 1 OX T h e Money Green Machine #773 11741 11728 $5,000 Taxes Paid Big C heese Holiday Break #745 # 7 1 8 #777 $25,000 T a xes Pai d Blazin g R e d Hot Buck s Holiday Cash #746 1175 1 #775 $100,000 Ta11es Paid Cash Cow Ho1100' s #747 #766 #758 $250,000 Tax e s P aid Cash To Go Jingl e Bucks #748 11760 #778 $30,000 Payday Cherry Twist Lucky Cash #765 #736 lt762 4's G alore Diamond s a n d 7's Lucky S hamrock #749 11753 11738 A ll these Scratch-Off Games officially end Marc h 30, 2009. So play th s great games now while there are s till prizes to win. But remember any winning tickets must be redeemed by Friday May 29, 2009. Prizes less than $600 may be redeemed at any Florida Lottery r e tailer Prizes $600 and over must b claim d at a Florida Lott ery office (For the office nearest you c II 8504877777 ) Thanks f or p l aying these and the many other gam s of the Florida Lottery 0 2000 FlllrodD Muol bo 18 ot older 1o ploy Play r pono r bly Match 3 1#735 Merry Money #776 Spades #743 Super 7 s # 7 0 Take 5 # 711'1 Trtpler # 764 Winfall lt7 6 8 Winner Wonderlan d 11772 Winfrev Offers Degeneres Spot on o Magazine cover CHICAGO -Oprah Winfrey offe r e d to s h a r e t h e cover of 0 magazine w i t h Ellen DeGeneres, a n d DeGeneres w ho's been campa i g n i n g for the spot has acce pted W infrey surprised DeGeneres with a vide o tel ephone call o n Friday's episode o f The O p r a h Winfrey Show." She told a shocked DeGeneres t hat s h e was "ca lling to r tJfficially invite yo u on the'cov-er of 0 ." u DeGeneres, wlib's been mounting a campaign for the cove r during h e r Ell en" talk s h ow, told Winfrey: I can't b elieve you're serious about this. I'm freaking out OPRAH WINFREY And ELLEN D E G E N ERES right now. Winfrey had gone solo on the cover of 0 magazine for nine years before sharing the spot. with First Lady Michelle Obama. lil wavne Jabs At 50 Cent On New Pimp c Track Just last month, 5 0 Cen t told MTV News he wanted Lil Wayne to cla r ify lyrics from the Cash M oney star's mixtape t rack "Louisianimal," which featured Weezy spitting lines like: "rm about a dollar, ftwo quarters." When a ked about Fif's comments last week, however, Wayne chose to bypass the que tion. "You aid it never rain in outhern California? Wow. That' why I didn't ee people with umbrella he an \ ered after being asked by MTV ew about 50 last week. Weezy then turned to Young Money artist Jae Millz ith a grin. "Me neither Millz added. o rain jacke or boots, Wayne continued. Wow That s crazy. Young moooolaaah, baaabyl ow on a nev ong that leaked to th Web on March 20, Wayn i takjng anothr tab at Thi time he lyrical di g i more blatant than the one on Lil Tn Apptm In VIII's 'lhh i nd Tlw :\1 U!-oiit-' LILWAYNE March 19 that the eminal documentary program will be relaunched, and Lil Wayne and Scott Weiland have already signed on. Plans call for the new incarnation of Behilld the Music to focus more on contemporar arti t than the eteran talent of pre iou incarnatjo n -after all with 200 pre iou e pi ode the hov ha covered a majori t of iconic talent. And accord ing to Rick Krim, executive vice president of talent and mu ic programming at VHl a number of upersta.rs ha e emerged ince 2004 that de erve the BTM treatment. Lil Waytw :\lust Tutn
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Entertainment Video From Notorious B.I.G.':s Final Panv Hits Web Damon Dash Set To Divorce BIGGIE And DIDDY In the film "Notorious," we got a glimpse of the fateful party the Notorious B.I.G., J.U.N.I.O.R. Mafia, Diddy and others attended in Los Angeles at the Petersen Automotive Museum after the Vibe Awards the night of Biggie's death. From all firsthand accounts, the 1997 party was legendary. Everyone danced the night away and popped bottles. Big's "Hypnotize" spun incessantly No one had any idea that tragedy awaited them. Footage of the party has recently surfaced on :the Net, and true to the stories from 12 years ago, revelry abounds. More than seven minutes from an amateur recording of the party show highlights such as }Juff Daddy dancing to "All About the Benjamins surrounded by a circle of women, along with various crowd shots of stars such as Missy Elliott, Irv Gotti, DJ Klark Kent, DJ Clue, Chris Tucker and Ginuwine. The party spinner, identified as DJ Ace, shouts out people such as Da Brat, Aaliyah and Jermaine Dupri. A note at the bottom of the screen said Biggie himself refused to be videotaped. DAMON DASH Damon Dash is headed to divorce court. The New York Daily News has obtained papers that Dash's wife, fashion designer Rachel Roy, has filed to t erminate their four-year marriage. Jav-Z: 'Hip-Hop Has Done More Than Anv Politician To Improve Race Relations' The two met when Roy was an intern at Dash's Rocawear clothing line. In 2004, she launched her own line. According to New York magazine, Roy counts Oprah Winfrey and Ivanka Trump among her list of clients. When Dash and Jay-Z severed their Roc-A-F ella R ecords ties officially in 2004, Dash began to focus heavily on fashion. Las t year h e resurface d, jumping back into music b y working along ide Jim Jones, advising his fellow Harlem native. Dash devised a Jones business plan, which include d music, movi e s and a mus i cal Jay-Z believes the influ ence that he and his peers have had on society goes beyond simply entertaining and showing people fresh new dances, the fliest clothes or high-priced luxury items. In the new issue of B est Life magazine, the Brooklyn -born mogul speaks about the powerful effect hip-hop has had on the country. "[Hip-hop] has changed America immensely," Hov is quoted in the magazine as saying. "Hip-hop has done more than any leader, politician, or anyone to improve race relations." "Racism is taught in the home ... and it's very hard to teach racism to a teenager who idolizes, say, Snoop Dogg," Jay continued. "'t' s hard to say, 'That guy i s less than you .' The kid is like, 'I like that guy, he' s cool. How i s he le s s me?' Jay who was voted one of the MTV News Brain Trust Greatest MCs of All Time and has appeared on our Hottest 'MCs in the lists -says he sees the tolerance first-hand whenever he hangs out. wl}y, this generation is the least raci s t generation ever/' Jay told the magazine. "You see it all the time Go to any club. People are intermingling, hanging out, enjoying the same music." So what new music is Young Hova working on? The long-awaited Blueprint 3, of course. Jay and Kanye West started crafting the project last year. Jay says he still doesn't have a release date. "I made a bunch of songs," Jay told us last month during NBA All-Star We ekend. JAY-Z He hosted the star-studded Sprite Green "Two Kings" dinner and afterparty with LeBron James. "We're gonna get in the studio and get down to what's supposed to be on the album and when. Right now, Kanye i s making a n e w batch of music that's going to b e ph enomenal, and at t h e e nd o f the day, wh e n i t's read y f o r the p e opl e, the n we'll ser ve it up." 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 0 _.,.Keys Made 79 And Up' Latex Flat White Paint ............. $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! "TT :II c Eminem To Induct Run-DMC Into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame He's the King of Detroit and they're the Kings of Rock. Sounds like royalty will be in the building next month as Eminem is scheduled to induct Run-DMC into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 4 Em was announced as a participant in the festivities late Friday afternoon March 20. Em will join Jimmy Page, the Rolling Stones' Ron Wood, Flea and Smokey Robinson as presenters during the ceremony, held at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland. EMINEM "Actua lly, it was my idea for him to release two albums, because he had so much material over a time period," the G-Unit star added. "The [second album] kind of feels like a sequel. They're both written to one topic almost .. it felt like part one and part two of the [same album]. They tie together." Before he adds more cred-% The reclusive rapper is slowly starting to re-enter the public consciousness. Recently, his label, Interscope, announced the rapper would release his forthcoming project, Relapse, on May 19 Slim Shady's protege, 50 Cent, told MTV News it was his idea for Eminem to also put out a second album before the year's up. You can' t ask for more excitement from a hip-hop perspective than two Eminem albums," 50 said. "One is great. It's a treat. But the s econd one is excit ing its toward his own future Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, Em is sure to ;:!! speak graciously about 0 Run-DMC. In interviews, :!! the Detroit lyricst often !2 name-checks artists who "' have had an influence on him, and certainly the trio Z from Queens made the list. ::! DREW-Z'S MOVIE REVIEW Knowing A creepy, suspense/thriller starring Nicolas Cage. Thi s move coul d have been a classic but the endng was disappointing. No. 1 at box office$27M. Worth seeing! Duplicity A comedy/spy caper that was too long (2 hrs/5 m ins) and confusing until the end. You can pass on thi s one r1 Race To Witch Mountain -The Rock comes through with thi s actionpacked movie from D isney. The kids will love thi s one. No. 1 at Box Office -$25M. r-J The Last House On The Left -A family of cr-axt prison escapees kidnap two g irls, rapes them and leave them for dead. A revenge killing you can feel good aboul I Watchmen -Comic book comes to the big screen. Over the top violence and nudty Definitel y n o t for k ids. Too long 2 hrs./43 m i n No. 1 at box office $ 55M. rJ Caroline A dar1< animation about a g irl who i s terrorized by a witch. Too scary f o r kids. [ .. 1 Rred Up-Two high school football stars decide to join the cheerleadng team to be around the girls Well-written comedy Enjoyed it! [ ..... Y:J He' s Just Not That Into You -A comedy/drama about differen t relationships c : n emmg women. Starts slow but turned out to be good. r J Tyler Perry's Madea Goes To .tail -Comedy/drama starring Tyler Peny as Madea. 5 week -87M. .. 1 Friday The 13111 -The same as before. F 1fteen VIctims to slash and two to survive. You pick who will survive Blood and guts. No 1 movie-$42 The Confession Of A Shopaholic A light-hearted comedy and love story about a young woman who is addicted to shopping Your daughter will love this one. rJ The International A cnme thnller starring Clive 0 ens Worth seeing! I .. 'Y:I The Uninvited A teenage girlthmks the nann killed her mother to many the dad. A serious twist at the end. Worth seeing! ["'h J Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans -This movie traces back t o the f eud between the vampires and werewolves. Good special effect s If you like blood and guts thiS One is for you ("'hj Paul Blart Mall Cop -A single dad tries t o make ends meet as a security guard a t a N J mall. Pass o n this o n e [ .. ] TakenA r e t i red CIA operat i v e s daughte r i s k idnapped ( t aken) You can' t miss this o n e Action-packed. [ .... 1 Notorious -A hip-hop movie about the life and t imes of rapper B iggi e Smalls. [ .. Yzl Marley & Me -This movie i s about a family and an out of control dog Surprisingly very good. A definite tear-jer1 z c "TT lJ t:

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0') 0 0 N 1'N :I: u a: <( :E c a: u. c a: LL. c z <( c CJ) w :::> > a: w > w c w :I: CJ) ::i aJ ::::> a. z w _, _, ::::> m w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL. m I 0 N w Read All About It Today's Birthday (04/13/09) You' d love to get away, but complications will arise. Of course, you love taking risks and having amazing adventures. Go ahead. It might be a good idea to take along a few of your best friends. There' s security in numbers. Aries (March 21-April 19) P o stpon e a ne w e nd ea v or f or j ust a l ittl e while. G ive yo u rse lf l ong e r to t h i nk a b out w hat you'll need a nd w h a t you have. P repare for emergencies a n d d e v elop a b ackup plan a n d an alterna t e rout e Taurus (Apri l 20-May 20) D on t assume your fr i ends w il l go along with your every whi m S omething t hat looks good to you may look t oo expensive t o them T h i s i s rare but i t does hap pen Gemini ( May 21-June 21) Don t l e t your partn er do any th i ng to mess u p your longrange p lans. Th is may requi r e you spend some time talking t o gether abo u t them Make sure you can support each o t her Cancer (June 22-July 22 ) A n ice out ing you 'v e been think i ng about shou l d probably be postponed Put i t off u ntil lat er in the week and i t'll be a lot more f u n There are too many compli cation s now Leo (July 23-Aug. 22 ) You and your sweetheart may not agree on your shopping priori t ie s Try to work out a compro mise, poss i b l y by wai t ing. Don t rush in to a deci s io n that w ill p lunge you deeper i nto debt. V irgo (Aug. 23-S e p t. 22) -A hassle at home i nterferes w ith y o ur pla ns. D on' t be s urprised if t e mp ers are short i n c lu di n g y o ur own. B es t n o t t o make l i fec h a n ging deci sio n s during these co n ditio ns. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) You could be suffe ring f rom u nf ulfilled expec t a t ions Thing s didn I t ur n out exac t l y as y o u pic tured. If you can't c hang e the fac ts, you'd be tt er c ha n g e the picture. Scorpio (Oct. 23Nov 21) No t a good day t o gamble Don' t even think abou t it. Cut out the flirting and o t her subtle means of sedu c t io n to o. Wat ch and see wha t h a pp e ns, but don t be a player. Conditions have changed Sag ittarius ( Nov 22Dec 21) There s something not qui t e righ t about your comfortable home. You need to act qu ickl y to preserve the peace. It s houldn t b e too d ifficul t to f igu r e ou t wha t tha t is. D on' t hesitate C apricorn ( D e c 2 2 J a n 19) You may have jus t won an i mportant battle Share your pri vate success with the person you love, but nobody else. Don't m ake promises now ; wait until t e dus t settles. Aquarius ( J a n 2 0 F e b 1 8) Turn down all invita t i ons t o celebrate. It's a li ttle too soon Gather more resources Don t spen d g ive away or share w ith o t hers yet. Wait to f ind out how much you have Pisces ( F eb 19 March 20) You're crea t ive, assertive and lucky. If you don t like what's going on tell your adversary to stop. You can do amazing th ings with your tone of voice and your take-charge att i tud e Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1 Love VS Money ............ .......................... .......... .......... T heD r e a m 2. Round 2 .................. ................... .... .... .......................... J Hol i d a y 3. lntuition ..... .... ...... ... ...................... .... ........ .... ......... ... J a m ie Foxx 4. A Different Me ................... ... ....................... .. .. ... ...... K e y s h ia Col e 5 Uncl e Charlie ................................... . .................... C h a r lie Wilso n 6. Testomony: Vol. 2, Love & Politics ...... ....... ... ............ l n d ia Arle 7 Paper Trai i. .................................... ....................................... ... T I 8 I Am ... Sasha Flerce .......... ....................... ....... .... ...... .... B eyonce 9 The Reb irth ... ...... ................... .. ...... .... .. ............ Bobby V a lent in o 10. 808s & Heartbreak ..................... ............................. K a n ye West 11. Jennifer Hudson ...... ....... .................... ...... ..... Jennl f e r Hudson 12. Year Of The Gentleman .............................. ...................... 13. Ryan Lesli e ............ ............ ....... ............ ............. ...... Ry a n Leslie 1 4 Fearless . ... ................. ............ ...... ........... ..... Jasm i n e Sullivan 15. The Point Of It All .............. ....... ......... .... ..... Anthony H amilto n 1 6. onmyradi o ........ .................................. ............. M u si q S o u l c hild 17. Da REAList ........... ...... .......... ....... ..... ............................. ...... Piies 18. Tha Carter III ........... ... .... ............... ............................. Li l Wayne 1 9 Freedom ........... .... ..................................................... .......... Akon 20 Soui. ..... ... .... ... ........... . .............. . ........ .................. ...... ........ Seal Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1 Blame lt .......................................... J a m ie Foxx Fea turing T Pain 2 T u rn i n Me On .......................... Keri Hilson F eaturing Lll Wayne 3 Rockin' That Thang ........ .................. ... ..... ................ Th e D rea m 4 Dead A n d Gone ...................... T I. Featuring Justin Timberl ake 5. D i v a ........ .... .... .... ............................. ......... ... .......... ... ... ... Be y o n ce 6 Mad .... .. ...... ...... ...... ..... ............................ ............................. N e Y o 7 You Comple t e M e ........................................ ........... K e yshla C o l e 8 Kiss Me Thru T h e Phone ... Soulja Boy T eii' E m Featuri n g 2Pac 9 Beep .... : ........ ... ...... ...... ..... Bobby V a l entino Featuring Yung-J o c 10. A i n t I ............................ Yung L.A. Featuri n g Y oung Or o & T I. 11. She Got H e r Own .... N e-Yo Featurin g J a m ie Foxx & F abolous 12 Lions, T i g e r s & B ea r s ... .... ....... ..... ............ ..... J az m l n e Sulliva n 13 If This I s n t Love ..... ...... ...................... ............ J ennlfer Hudson 14. Jus t Like Me ......................... .......... J a m ie Foxx Featuring T I. 15 sobeautiful ....... .... . ......... ..... ..... . ..................... muslc s o u l c h ild 16. H eartless ......................... ........... .... .... ....... ..... ......... K anye West 1 7 Stanky Legg .... ...... .......... ......... ... ................................... GS Boyz 18. There Goes My B aby ................. ............ ............ C h a rli e Wilson 19 Boyfriend # 2 ................. .... ........................ ...... ......... Pl easure P 20 Magnificent ........................ Ri c k Ross F eaturing John L e g end ALL MY CHILDREN: Anni e di sc u sse d h e r recu r ri n g n i g ht ma r e w ith Aid a n who b e li e v e d so m e thin g t rauma t ic h a pp e n e d o n h e r bir t hd a y as a c hild. Ai da n l a t er m ade a d is t u r bing d i s co v ery as he ex p l o r ed Anni e's p as t while s h e felt cer t a in s h e killed so meone l ong ago Zach wa s the victor when h e b ea t Ryan f or the one t hing he l oves t h e m os t -the ca s i no Kendall had to back off from moving in with Rya n whe n Zach refused t o le t her tak e J an or Spike H ow ever, Kendall and Zach w e r e drawn toge t her when J an became se riou s l y i ll and underwent heart surgery per fo rmed by Davi d Adam vani s hed fr o m t h e P hilad e l ph i a ho s pi tal a n d s urp ris e d E r ica in he r suite Jak e help e d Amanda by claiming to be her baby 's f a th e r when she met with the adoption lawyer Coming: Aid an helps Ann ie face her pa st. AS THE WORLD TURNS : Despite his ange r a t finding Carly in bed wi t h C r aig Jack defended her mothering skills a t P a rker's emancipation hearing Much to J ack's fury the j udge let Par k er appoint Cr aig as the new trustee of his money But Park e r got a rud e shock when Craig refu se d to give him cash f or an a partment. Damian insist ed he 's innocen t after someo n e ransacked Lily and H olden's home. Later, Damian was stabbed and Luke wa s given police protection, while H olden believed it was self-inflicted. Shocked to realize she's still pregnant, but with Henry's baby Vienna concealed her miscarriage from Katie while Henry became slightly intere sted that the baby is his Lucy persuaded Dusty to pretend they're lovers in order to get Paul off her back Coming: Casey f inds a way to make a fresh s tart BOLD A N D BEAUTIF UL : T homas gave Rick an insincere apology after Rick made i t clear that Thomas would not be turned over to t he police Brooke was elated by the news of Rick and Steffy s engagement despite R idge s continuing opposition Donna 's fear regarding Pam prompt ed Er ic to hire a bodyguard for his family Bridget got an unexpected reaction from Eric when she told him about her JOb at Jackie H Jackie and N ick started to research the history of their busi ness rival Forrester Jackie hired Owen which he celebrated by kissing Bridget. Donna inadver tently created a conflict between Stephanie and Eric t ha t led to Stephanie sliding into a distraught emotional sta t e Coming: Rick and Steffy hope the ir troubles are finally over DA Y S O F OUR LIVES: Tony died belore he could reveal to EJ that Sydney is not EJ and Nicole's child. Sensing that EJ s anger about Tony's demise was somewhat directed toward her, N icole sugges t ed they call off the wedding and a fed up EJ shocked her by agreeing. Meanwhile Ste f ano vowed to get revenge on t he Kir iakis family and believed N ico le was somehow involved Thing s got worse for N icole when Dr Baker became her new pediatrician Kat e prac ticed forg ing Daniel's signature as she plotted against Chloe Will acted more respectful toward Sami after Rafe told him something about Grace but Sami had to divert Lucas' suspicion abou t whether Grace Is her biological child Hop e fig ured out 8o's latest vision Coming: EJ sticks to How man word from t h 1 tt r in th an wh u mak I ? a h word mu t ontain th hub I tt r an ou find a I tt r word and at I ast 20 oth r word of fi 1 tt r r mor? hi s r ec on s ider e d d ecis ion GENERAL HOSPITAL: After Claudia hid a dr u gged out R i c from Sonny Johnny and Maxie br o u g ht R i c to the ho s pital but L ulu a nd Spinelli later sus pect e d t he y wer e kee p i ng a secret. F ollowing Ric's n ext t h r ea t C lau di a r e ali z ed she needs t o g ive So nn y a c h i l d t o h old on to him and turned on t he seduct ive charm. Jax told early that the ex p e r i m e nt a l p rocedu r e being c on sidered for M ic h a el might k ill hi m Move d by Nikolas sup p ort, R ebecca kisse d him b ut i mme diately apolog iz e d L a te r Ni kolas convinced R ebe c ca t o h a v e the br east bio p s y Robin took the a n ti d ep r ess ant s pr esc r ibe d b y h er t h erap is t but fou n d he r sel f in t rou ble in th e d o cks wh en h er mind began to p lay tricks on her. Coming: Niko l as le t s his emotions out to R e b ecc a GUIDING LIGHT: Reva was a l one with Edmund when she went into labor and h e ha d t o drive her to the hospital. Reva gave birth through natural del i very to a son she named Col in an d then began her lat est round of cance r tr ea tm en ts. Edmund t old Shayne that La r a was pr egn a nt with Shayne' s child when she died. A guilt-ridd en Shayne went to the roof but told Dinah he d idn t jum p because of he r leading them to a kiss, an d more. E a r lie r Dinah sue d herself in order to make restitution, and paid $25 000 to Springfie l d Christina lo st her scholarshi p and h er p l ace in school when the reason for her marriage to Remy became known O livia appeared on the verge of confes s ing her feel in gs to Natalie. Da i sy started to drink Coming: Will Natal i a go through with the wedding? ONE LIFE TO LIVE : Br ody hel ped G i g i dea l with Stacy s blackmail by making sure Rex found him in bed with G igi Gig i broke u p with Rex to save Shane while Jessica about to tell B rody she wants t hem to be more than friends was deeply hurt to see him apparently intim ate with G i gi. Stacy s claim to be a match for S hane was greeted wi t h skepticism at the hospital. Todd l ost everything when John revealed that he and B l a ir got married, and the j udge put Todd s children in John s care Vowing revenge, Todd tried usin g Tea' s feelings for him to escalate his c us tod y fight. Meanwhile, T odd's former frat brother Zac h was seen as a possible suspect. Dor i an k i ssed Jackie, hoping to make Ray jealous. Hank Gannon returned t o town Coming: Todd s past may bring harm to those he loves YOUNG AND RESTLESS: New DNA tests confirmed that Kay and Jill were never related Lyme disease caused Kay' s illn ess B illy slept with Sharon the night before his weddin g to Chloe. and Phyllis saw him leaving Sharon' s place. When Nick told Phyllis to stay out of Sharon s life, she revealed Sharon s tryst w i th Billy. Despite all their issues, Chloe and B ill y were wed -just as his former wife, Mac, ret urned to Genoa City Kevi n forced Amber to help him rob the bank but collapsed from his wound and was dragged out by her. Amber feared the worst as the police closed i n and Kevin refused to surrender Ed en and Noah con sidered a getaway. Abb y got a strang e feeling from an unexpectedly friendly Adam Coming: Th e honeymoon may be over before i t starts

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LK COUNTY NEWS First Baptist Institutional Church Celebrates 125th Anniversarv "Committed To The Great Commission Matt. 28:19-20, was the the me of the 125th Church Anniv e rsary Celebration of First Baptist Institutional Church, Rev. Alex Harper, Sr., pastor. This joyous occasion was h e ld February 16-22, 2009. Program participants for the 2 services were: Deacons and Praise Team, Mildred Hawk and Linda Silas. Rev. H. L. Daniels, Pastor of Tampa's New Friendship M. B. Church was the speaker for the 10:45 a.m. service. The anniversary song was The Solid Rock. In the afternoon, the guest church was Harmony MB Church, Rev. John G. Hooks, pastor. He s poke from Acts 2, "A Focused And Committed Church." Also participating were Gow Fields, Church Anniversary Chairman, Mildred Hawk, Maggie Bennett, Beverly Henderson and Rev. Harper. (Photos by Gloria L. Jennings) Rev. Alex Harper. Sr., Pastor of First Bapti t lnst. Church, and Rev. John Hooks, Pastor, Harmony M. B. Church, guest speaker. (L-R) Sis. Mildred Hawk, Trustee Chairlady, pr ented an award to outstanding Church Secretary, Beverly Henderson for dedicated services with the Souvenir Program. WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 Plu Colts) 505 East .Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrbter'a Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Haraaament REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW SIS. MAGGIE BENNETT ... Welcome And Occasion Gow Field r cei ed an Appreciation Plaqu n halrman of th 12.5th hurch Ann! er nry. f SentfneJBulletin '"*"" ... ................ .. "The H1ice o( Our <"mtlfmmifl Sp('(tkin}: tor lt\C' u .. (813) 248-1921 and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree : (813) 418-5253 Paymcntl'lans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. riminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury ypress Point Offic Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy ulte 101 Tampa Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Fonner Hillsb rough O_U11ty Prose utor-puty hief 'TI r-0 JJ (/) m z -f z m r;-1]1 c: r rm :::1 z "C c: I:D r-u; :I: m 0 m < m :::0 -< -f c: m (/) 0 )> z 0 'TI 0

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Polk County News surprise Birthdav Celebration For Rev. Alex Harper, Sr. ., :IJ c s: )> :IJ 0 :I: A surprise birthday celebration was given by Mrs. Martha Harper and the Pas tor' s Aide Ministry h onoring Rev. Alex Harper's 74th birthday February 21, 2009,4:30 p m in the church's Social Hall. Rev. Alex Harper. Sr. i s Pastor of Firs t Baptist Inst. Lakeland. N Rev. Harper, Sr. and Associate Ministers and visiting minister, Rev. Arthur Jordan, Min. Glen Brown, Rev. J. H. Williams and Rev. Joe Rowe. Revel Green and Emmaline Doles-Green rendered songs, "Friendship With Jesus" and "My Job Is Working For Jesus" dedicated to the birthday honoree, Rev. Alex Harper, Sr. Yes! 7 4 -years-old. 888.8metro8 www.metropcs.com MetroPCS Corporate Stores ar.denlon 491914th St. West Bradenlon, A. 34207 888.576.3876 lhndon 1989 w Llmsden Ad. Brandon, FL33511 888.576.3876 a..wat. 1674 S. MiaeouiAve Clearwater, FL 33756 888 .576.3876 Pictured with Rev. and Mrs. Alex Harper are ons, daughters-in-law and grandchildren: Rev. Rayford Harper and wife, Jackie, son Cleveland; Janice, Alex. Jr., Roger and Syral. roPCS. U limit You If. S.aeota 1158 N. VWUiogta BM:I. &neoto, FL 34236 888.576.3876 St. P.tenburg 3100 22nd Ave. North, Ste 8 St Peterstx.rg, FL 33 713 888.576.3676 2907 N Dale Mebly Hwy. Twnpa, FL 33607 888 .576.3876 1251 E Fowler Ave. Tampa FL33612 888.576.3876 I !11\.11 W\Yr,. oo IPdt CXInCIIIonla &eMD, tQ 01o'l1lliQe I1;VDIM ana MJ ltllbw!tle t.l'oln III'C1I'UIIIo nrn R:f&\ r.GM.:eiii'C1 0 0 CD "TI r-0 ::D (/) m z :j z .. I aJ c: r rm -4 z "'C c: aJ c (/) m c m < m ::D -< -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c "TI ::D c

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60th Birthdav Partv For Jackie Dupree It was elegance all the way as Jacqueline Dupree celebrated her 60th birthday with over 150 guests at the Dr. Blaise F. Alfano Banquet and Conference Cente r The party was given b y her family: Henry Dupree, Henry Dupree, Jr., Kelia Siplin and Ursula Dupree-White. Some of the guests enjoying this unforgettable event were: Jackie's family: Kenny Siplin, Kelia Siplin, Jackie Dupree, honoree; Hem-y Dup:ee, Sr., Letitia Dupree, Henry Dupree. Jr., PauJ and Ursula-Dupree White and Linda Williams Friends, left t9 right: Lillie Minor, Verdell Vicker Latasha Rosemond, Larry Rosemond, Darlene Vickers, beryl Vickers and Brittany Jackson. MILDRED LEWIS More family members: left to right, Ro a Wingfield, Aleatha Taylor, Nina Lanca ter Marvin Lancaster, Shylonda Walker, Gary Walker, Jackie Dupre honoree; elma Taylor Toya B a Van and Kila Johnson. The honoree with her classmates: Tyrone Brown, Carolyn Alexander, Rudine Hopkins, Edward BaJley, Luvator Nelson, Ophelia Ball, Cynthia Few, Carolyn Williams, Estella lark, Charlesettn Arline, Birdie Williams, Irene Newberry, Carolyn McCormick, Fred Hearns and Rhuetelln Bradford. Linda Owens-Williams honoree' s sister from Atlanta, GA and Florence Owens, honoree' s mother. BEVERLY WEBB MARGARET WOODIE Friend Bobby Bowden Jr. and Mary Bowden.

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0') 0 0 N ..... N :I: u n:: <( ::! >=' <( c 0:: u. c LL. c z c( c en w ::::) 1-w > w c w ::I: en :J CD ::::) D.. z t= w ...J ...J ::::) CD ...J w z t= z w en c( c 0 ...J LL. -Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00 p.m., April 13, 2009, at the Board Room 2nd floor of the County Center 601 E Kennedy Blvd . Tampa, to hear the following requests Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the condusion of the public hearing The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05 unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058 SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 09-0191-ER, filed on 11121/2008 by McCormick Road LLC, represented by Judith L. James, Esq of 325 South Blvd., Tampa Fl. 33606 ph 813-254-7157 requesting a Special Use Permit for Land Excavation The property is 82 acres and is presently zoned CG & AR. It is located in all or parts of Section 25, 36 Township 28 Range 20 or N/S of U.S Hwy 92. 50 SWof Old Darby St. Petition SU 09-0427-5FN, filed on 2/18/2009 by Wai-Mart Stores represented by Marilyn Mullen Healy, Esq of 401 E. Jackson St. #2700, Tampa, Fl. 33602, ph 813-222-6608, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit -2-APS -Beer and wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licenses premises (package sales). The property is 106,536 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (85-206) It is located in all or parts of Section 3 Townsh i p 29 Range 20 or 11720 M L.K Blvd. Petition SU 09-0428-BLD, filed on 2/18/2009 by Big Belly Burger of Brandon, LLC, represented by Terry A Haley, of 108 Clocktower Dr #157 Brandon, FL 33510 ph 813-453-4251, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises (package sales). The property is 3 ,315.16 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (03-1603) It is located in all or parts of Section 10 Township 30 Range 20 or 109 W. Bloomingdale Ave Petition SU 09-0434-BR, fired on 2/19/2009 by Bright House Networks LLC represented by Frontier Engineering of P 0 Box 4750, Tampa Fl. 33677 ph 813-251-0169 requesting a Special Use Permit for a Communication Tower The property is 9 ac and is presently zoned BMS TC2 (04-318) It i s located in all or parts of Section 27 Township 29 Range 20 or 607 Pauls Dr Petition SU 09-0475-CW, filed on 3/512009 by SOMME LLC represented by Michael D Homer, AICP, of 14502 N Dale Mabry Hwy # 200, Tampa, Fl. 33618, ph 813-962 2395, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises (package sales) The property is 5 159 73 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (74-4) It is located in all or P.arts of Section 9 Township 28 Range 18 or 13030 N Dale Mabry Hwy REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 08-1443-PR, filed on 9/3012008 by Ms Agnes Bak represented by Michael D Homer, AICP, of 14502 N Dale Mabry Hwy #200 Tampa, Fl. 33618, ph 813-962-2395, requesting a zone change from CG to Cl (R) The property is 56 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 29 Range 19 or NW cor of 45th St. & Causeway Blvd 09-0092-EGL, filed on 10/23/200 8 by T Truett Gardner, of 101 S Franklin St. #101, Tampa Fl. 33602, ph 813-676-8080, requesting a zone change from RMC 20 to BPO The property is 44 and is located in all or parts of Section 33 Township 28 Range 18 or W/S of N Himes Ave 700' S/0 W Lambright St. Petition RZ 09-0385-GB, filed on 1/29/2009 by Bobby Ramey, Ramey Business Park, represented by Matthew Justice, of 4625 East Bay Dr. #211, Clearwater, Fl. 33764, ph 727-822-4151, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 (MH) to CG The property is .41 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 35 Township 30 Range 19 or EIS of U S Hwy 41, 150' N/0 Florence St. Petition RZ 09-0420-5R, filed on 2/17/2009 by Lisa Lannon, represented by Mosaic Fertilizer, of P 0 Box 2000, Mulberry, Fl. 33860, ph 813-938-6256, requesting a zone change from AR to AM The property is 75 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 6 Township 32 Range 22 or W/S of C .R. 39, one mile N/0 S .R. 674. 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TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS DOCUMENT NO. P-011-09 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, MAP AND MAGAZINE The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting Request for Proposals (RFP) from qualified custom publishing firms interested in providing all labor, research photographs, artwork, design, ad sales and other materials, equipment and services necessary or incidental to provide 15 ,000 up-to-date, easy-to-use full-color maps and 7 000 port directories and 3,500 copies of two full-color news magazines and electronic versions of all. All firms interested in becoming qualified to partic i pate in this RFP shall obtain a copy of the RFP Instruction and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101 Channelside Drive 4th Floor Tampa Florida 33601. Submittals are due by 2 :00 p m Tuesday Apr i l 28, 2 009 Responses w ill be opened at 2 :00 p m on the same dat e RFP Submittals shall include a l e tt e r indic at ing the F ir m's interest and complet i on of t h e RFP Docum e nts in cl ud ing a Vendor's Quest i onnaire F irms fail ing t o subm i t the r equ i red RFP Documents, may be deemed non -responsi ve to t he RFP The RFP i s avail ab l e through t he DemandStar System (www.demandst a r com ) or through a li n k on the TPA web s i te ( www.tampaport .com) TPA encourages t h e use of reg i stered S m a ll Busi n ess Ent erpr i se (SSE) firms to the grea t est ex1e n t possible on pro jects and has a goa l of nine percen t (9%) SBE partic ipation. TPA w ill cons ider SBE part i c i pat i o n when e v a luation t h e subm itt als. Questio n s c onc e rning this RFP should be directed Donna C ase y o f the T P A s Procurem e nt Department at (813 ) 905-5044 or e -mai l a t dcase y @ t ampaport. com or f a xed to (813) 905-5050 TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) DESIGN/BUILD REK FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT NO 09-03309 RFP NO. 003-09 Th e Ta mpa Port Au t hority (T P A) is soliciting Requests for P r oposa l s ( RFP ) fr o m firm s/in d ivi d uals i nt eres t ed i n prov i d ing des ign, perm i tt in g and con s tru ction fo r t h e d esig n /build of REK Fac i l it y Improvements at Berths 226 227 and 23 0 TPA w i ll hold a pre propo s al confere nce at 1 0 : 00 a m Wednesday, Apri l 1 2009 at i ts office located at 1101 Channels ide Drive, Tampa Flor ida 33602 All pro s pect ive proposers are i nvited to attend . All firms i nterested in becom ing qualified to part i c i pat e i n this RFP shall obtain a copy of the RFP Ins truct i on and Subm i ttal Document s and submit a completed res ponse to th e T ampa Port Authority 1101 Channelside Drive 4th Floor Tampa F lorida 33601. Submittals are due by 2 : 00 p m Thursday April 23 2009 Responses will be opened at 2 : 00 p m on the same date RFP Submittals shall i nclude a letter i ndicat i ng the F i rm 's interest and completion of the RFP Documents, includ i ng a Vendor's Questionnaire Firms failing to subm i t the requ ired RFP Documents may be deemed non responsive to the RFP The RFP Document is available through the DemandStar System (www demandstar com) or through a link on th e TPA w e b sit e (www tampaport com) T PA e ncourage s th e u se o f r egis t e r e d Sma ll Busi n ess E nt erprise (SB E ) firm s to the greatest exte nt possible o n p r ojec t s and has a goal of nin e p e rcent (9%) SBE p artici pation. TPA w ill consid e r SBE p artici p a t i o n whe n e v aluating the s ubmitt a l s Q u es tion s c oncerni n g thi s RFP s ho uld b e dir ect e d Donna Case y of the T P A s Pro c ur e m ent :::>ep artment, a t (813) 905 5 044 o r e -mail at dcas e y @ t ampa p ort.com o r f axe d t o ( 813) 9 0 5 505 0 :::0 EMPLOYMEN Avon Representatives Precious Jewels NEW WAGE SCALE Needed All Areas! Day Care & Nursery CNA'S Call 813-832-4282 5016 Garden Lane Starting Pay Or E-mail Tampa, Florida 33619 7-3 $10 .00 $11. 00 3-11 $11.00-$12 00 Child Care Teachers Great Benefits 401 k Director Assistant Director Needed Applicant Must Pleasant, Courteous And Teachers Must Have Have Experience Training Work Environment Required Credentials And Transportation LTC Experience Required Call (813) 507-6000 Apply In Person Or Apply Call (813) 626-6836 Health Care Center 6910 Karin Court For More Information Of Tampa Tampa, FL 33610 1818 E. 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en 0 0 N ...... N ::I: u 0::: <{ :::! >= < c 0::: LL c 0::: LL c z . ,o::: w > w c w ::I: CJ) :::::i m :::) 0.. z w ..J ..J :::) m ..J w z z w CJ) < c 0::: 0 ..J LL NOTICE TO CONSULTANTS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority hereby requests, pursuant to ttw Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act, Florida Statutes 287 055, letters of interest from geotechnical engineering and materials testing firm!; or individuals desiring to render professional services for the following project : GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS TESTING SERVICES TAMPA INTERNATIONAL, TAMPA EXECUTIVE, PETER 0. KNIGHT AND PLANT CITY AIRPORTS This agreement is to perform geotechnical engineering and materials testing services for specific projects selected by the Authority and provide technical services to supplement the Authority staff. 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