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Celebrating 64 Years In The Ta1npa Bay Area ..._,.----..._,..,,,_ ____ Documents In Woman's urder ase Released SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A ACT-SO COMPETITION AWARDS CEREMONY The Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) Awards Ceremony, hosted by the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, was held March 29, 2009 at Tampa Bay Technical High School. The theme was Dare To Dream "Today' s Youth .. ; Tomorrow's Legends Among the major players as the Sunday afternoon event were: from left Flossie Lomax, who brought the welcome and presented certificates of participation with Dr. Carolyn Collins; Lynette Lewis, who introduced the mistress of ceremony and the 2009 ACT-SO participants; Patrick Tango, TV celebrity and guest speaker; Ivy Box, TV celebrity from BET's College Hill; and Riquitta Lomax, who gave a tribute to ACT-SO. (Photography by Brunson) HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD When the Mt. Pleasant Standard Based Middle School held its Black Diamond Awards ceremony, there were several winners. The Humanitarian of the Year Award was presented to local businessman, TECO employee and community activist, Marvin Knight. Knight and businesswoman Yolanda Anthony, also a community activist, were the top vote getters for this award. Noose Doesn't Stop Church Sanicas Student Needs Funds For Medical Forum SEE PAGE 2-A East Tampa Group To Host Job Fair SEE PAGE 12-B SEE PAGE 10-A Flrm G1ves voung ::: .......... J l .......... ......... ., l'.il Man His Life Back .. .. SEE PAGE 2-A

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g Features c a: u.. c z <( c en w :::) t> a: w > w c w ::r: en :J m :::) a. z i= w ...J ..J :::) m w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..J u.. Service Continue After Pastor Removes Noose From Church Grounds Pastor Antonio Hawkins says he did not want to alarm his congregation, so when he saw the noose on the church grounds, while worship service was ongoing, he immediately removed it. Last Sunday morning, culprits erected what appeared to be a lynch ing noose on the grounds of the Exciting Faith Alive at Tampa Bay Church in Valrico. door knobs and vandals pulled light fixtures out of the ground in the parking area. "I did not call the police because I thought that it was random. But this is alarming. "I thought that we, as a nation, would have moved beyond these boundaries. Even with the election of our new president, we are still struggling to cross racial borders," the young minister said. Pastor Hawkins says he noticed the structure when he went to retrieve his Bible from his car while service was ongoing (about 11:30 a. m.) Not to alarm the members, he called out one of the members to help him disassemble the structure. The noose "It is my hope that in light of this event, we will be drawn to understand that God is a just God who brings divine understanding to all mankind. Whoever did The noose hanging from a tree limb. this, in due season, the was tied to a tree branch inside a stack of tires on the church grounds. Pastor Hawkins explained that the tires were removed from a portable on the grounds and the limb came from a stack piled on the grounds where they've been doing some cleaning. The culprit attached the noose to one of the limbs and placed it inside the tires. "We went ahead and dismantled it because we didn't want the members alarmed, nor did we want law enforcement officers disrupting the service. We decided to come back on Monday, put it back together and then file a report, which is what we did," the pastor further He learned that that was not the correct thing to do because that stalls the investigation. The crime has been ruled as trespassing. Before this incident, Pastor Hawkins said thieves stole Lord will reveal them. Pastor Hawkins and the 330-member Faith Alive congregation moved into the Valrico edifice in October, 2008. The prior occupants were a mostly white congregation. Since this incident, Pastor Hawkins says he has received calls from news agen cies from around the country. Several pastors have stopped by to offer support and encouragement and he even received a call from a soldier from Afghanistan. Secure your retirement savings with a CD IRA from Fifth Third Bank. It can be tough knowing to do with your finances in today's economy. Now is the time to take action At Fifth Third Bank, we'll guide you through the process, whether it's a CD IRA or rolling over your 401k. Act before April 15 to get spedal promotional rates. For more information, stop by any Fifth Third Bank location, call 36-Month Term CD m5bile BANKING 813-306-2454 or visit 53.com today. FIFTH THIRD BANK The things we do for Y"lt!ld (APY) aa:urate as of offer to at any line. A $500 miliroom IRA deposl is I!Qiired 10 open and receive sta,ed APY. Rate does not to balances rurrenUy on depoSit wlh Afth lhrd Bank. Penalty for eart( witlxfrawal Afth Third reserves the riJhl to refuse any deposit Not available lor commercialaoo Fifth Third Bank, Member FDIC. local law Firm Gives Driver In Fatal Crash His Future Back Attorney Stephen Romine, left, of Cohen, Jayson & Foster, P.A., is shown with William Thornton, IV, in court on Wednesday. (Photo courtesy of Brian LaPeter, Citrus County Chronicle). BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On December 28, 2004, 17-year-old William Thornton, IV, was driving without a license in down an unfamiliar road in Lecanto, Florida late at night. Traveling about 42 mph in a 30 mph zone, Thornton didn't know that a stop sign was at the top of the hill. He attempted to stop, but skidded into the path of a vehicle driven by Brandon Mushlit and his girlfriend, Ms. Sara Jo Williams. Mushlit's vehicle struck the car Thornton was driving. Both Mushlit, 25, and Ms. Williams, 23 who were not wearing seatbelts, were ejected from the vehicle Both died as a result of the accident. Police le arned that Mushlit had a blood alcohol level of 1.1 at the time of his death. Thornton was arrested and charged with vehicular homi cide. Acting on the advice of his then Public Defender, Attorney Eric Evilsizer, who told him he would receive probation, Thornton entered a plea of no contest. However, when Thornton stood before Marion County judge, Richard Howard, in August 2005, with his newly acquired attorney, Dale Merrill, he was given the maximum sentence of .30 years in prison. Thornton attempted to withdraw his plea, but Judge Howard denied his request. His appeal to the Fifth District Court of Appeal in August 2007, sided with the judge. As the case unfolded in the newspapers, Tampa attorneys Barry Cohen and Stephen Romine were monitoring the case. Time for taking action was running out and Attorney Romine decided to volunteer his services to correct an injustice. Attorney Romine said, "We sent an attorney to talk to him to make sure he hadn't hired an attorney and then I contacted his mother. I told her, you don't know me, but I want to help your son. "She said, I can't pay you and I said to her I don't want your money, just your blessing because this is the right thing to do." Attorney Romine uncovered a series of errors in the case ranging from the public defender's office to the investigating officers. After filing a series of motions, including having Judge Howard recuse himself because the judge would be called as a wit ness. Attorney Romine said after he won a motion to set aside the verdict due to inef fective counsel, he conferred with Thornton. Foi' the last 4 years, h e has had this hang ing over his head and he real ly wanted to think about his future again." As a result, Thornton and Attorney Romine stood before Judge William Swigert and once again entered a plea of no contest. Only this time, Thornton was sentenced as a youthful offender, adjudication was withheld, and he was given credit for the 3 years and 7 months he has already served in prison. He will complete the remaining 28 months of his sentence on probation and if he is successful, will not have a felony record, Attorney Romine said. "This young man could have been bitter, but while he was in prison, he completed his credits and earned his GED. Eight days after earning his GED, he enrolled in a computer repair class and scored the. highest possible on the test. He completed the course and earned his certification in 1-112 years. "He has a natural artistic gift and he would like to pursue his education and a career in art. He will be successful," Attorney Romine said.

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Feature ----State -Re-leases Documents In Woman's Murder Case }< )> ""0 JJ BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor ... I'm fixin to be gone. You probably won t n e ver se e me again I did what I had to do and it's done Don t forg e t about me, was the message left on the cell phone of Vincent George Brown, Jr., the man accused of murder ing the mother of his daughter last November The recorded of both Brown antftnat of Jennifer who called 9-1-1 from tl:fe trunk of her vehicle,... .,weJ"e, released along with 700 pages of docu ments in the murder case. Ms. Johnson was reported as a missing person to Tampa Police on November 16th, after she failed to attend her daughter's 2nd birthday party. Her family told police that she would not have missed her only child's birth day Her family last saw her on Friday, November 15th, when she told them she was going to a nightclub known as Apollo South on N. 40th Street Witnesses told police that she left the club with her ex-boyfriend and the father of her daughter, Vincent George Brown, Jr. He was immediately listed as a person of interest in her disappear ance. At 5:29 a.m., on November 16th, Ms. Johnson dialed 9-1-1 from her cell phone. On MS. JENNIFER JOHNSON ... Found in a vacant horrie in Lakeland November 19th the 9-1-1 recording Ms. Johnson is telling the Plant City 9-1-1 operator, They took my car and I'm in side the trunk .... 1 don t know where I am, Ms. Johnson told the operator before the call dropped. According to the doc11ments, Brown attended a party in Ybor City that Saturday night and witnesses told police he was observed driving Ms. Johnson's car. On the morning of Sunday, November 17th, at 8:24 a.m Ms. Johnson's car was lo cated at the Oak Park Recre ational Center. Later that evening, Brown turned him self in to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office on an active warrant for violation of probation on unrelated charges. On Monday, November 18th, at 8:15p m., the body of VINCENT BROWN ... Charged with first-degree murder and kidnapping an African American: woman was discovered in a vacant house in Lakeland. She wore a white blouse, a black bra, and was nude from the waist down. The bra contained $260 in cash and a flip cell phone. The woman was posi tively identified as Ms. Johnson. The Polk County Medical Examiner's Office determined that the cause of death was manual strangulation com bined with asphyxia Two white plastic bags had been placed over her head and tied. When police interviewed Brown after Ms. Johnson's body was discovered, he was uncooperative. He was ,... 1\) 0 0 <.0 This is the home in Lakeland where Jennifer Johnson's body was found. . . . . . sentenced to 13 months in Florida State Prison on thevi olation charge. On January 29th, Brown was charged with first-degree murder and kidnapping in connection with Ms. Johnson's murder. Brown remained uncoop erative with police However, another inmate, Walter Brois, told investigators that Brown had shared details about the killing and the rea son for it with him. In the document Brois stated when someone at the party asked Brown about Ms. Johnson he used both hands and gave the thumbs down sign. He also said Brown stated that he had choked Ms. Jo_hnson until she was un c;qnscious and placed her in the trunk of her vehicle. "He knew she was going to put him in jail for a long time after what he did to her There was ., no turning back ... he had to rget rid of her," the report stated. 0 The report stated, "He also )> mentioned that he should en have gotten rid of the body better, but he panicked. :::! Brown made the statement z m that he knew he was going to r;-eventually kill the ghetto I:D b***h. Br9wn said that she fought him like a man. ... r-m Brown also stated that there :::! was a reason for everything, z and he had to do whathe had "'D. to do. At least he will be wakirig up everyday." C en :t m c m < m JJ -< -t c: m en c )> z c ., JJ c (8 1 3) 495-3702 1-866-352-4 : 200

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m 0 0 C\1 (") -1 a:: a. <( Cl a:: LL. Editorials & Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 2 02-140) 2207 21st Avenue, T a m pa Florida 3 3605 ( 813 ) 2 48-1921 Publis hed Ever y Tuesda y and Fri day B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co Membe r of N atio n al Newspa p e r Publish er s Associati o n ( NNPA) an d Amal g a mate d Pub l ishers, Inc., N ew Y o rk. 1 990-94 CP Time lnt e rnati o n a l POSTMASTER: Send A ddress Cha n g e T o Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P .O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (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 Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Amer.ica's President Takes World Stage B y the time you read this editorial, Pres. Barack Obama will have spent almost a week overseas in the company of his G20 Summit counterparts. And if many "man and woman on the street" interviews C are any indication, the hopes and confidence of most ii: Americans have gone with him. As we recently heard a citiLL zen say, "When that man opens his mouth, he sounds like C the Constitution of the United States." z -touching down at Heathrow Airport in London. When a: asked what impact the present world economic crisis would have or should have on the way world leaders align present W and future policies, the lanky former Harvard professor C stepped up to the mike, and responded, "Basing decisions around fear is not the right way to go." Said the President, en "We are going to get through this difficult time." ::i Many would say it is un-American to boast. Our observam tion is, if 6o days are any indication as to the degree of :::: a.. presidential performance, we American people have picked z a "Keeper" for our president. i= And we predict, when he and his wife return from Europe, W the whole world will realize why an American citizen said ..J ..J about Pres. Obama, "He's got the future in his eyes!" :::: m I ..J w z i= z w en
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Columns Whv Chuck Berrv Rebelled! The name of the song was "School Days," better known as Ring, Ring Goes the Bell!" It was written and recorded by Chuck Berry.According to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, "Schoo1 Days' lyrics describe the stress and drudgery of an American high school student's daily routine." The song was recorded in 1957. The follow ing was what it said. Said Chuck Berry, "Up in the mornin' and out to school! The teacher is teachin' the Golden Rule. American history and practi cal math .. You study'em hard and hope to pass! Workin' your fingers right down to the bone! And the guy behind you won't leave you alone!" (Does it sound familiar, somebody?) Then he says, "Ring, ring goes the bell! The cook in the lunch room's ready to sell! You're lucky if you can find a seat You're fortunate .if you have time to eat! Back in the class room ; open your books! The teacher don't know how mean she looks!" The song continues, but you get the general gist. This is a protest song . but why and about what? Perhaps, historians Alvin and Heidi Toffler can explain. Say the Toffler's, 'As work shifted out of the fields and the home, children had to be prepared for factory life. As Andrew Ure wrote in 1835, 'it was nearly impos sible to convert persons past the age of puberty into useful factory labor.' However, if young people could be pre fitted to the industrial system it would vastly ease the prob lems of industrial discipline later on. The result was another central structure of all industrial societies : mass education The Tofflers continue, "Built on the factory model, mass education taught basic reading, writing and arithmetic, a bit of history and other subjects. This was the 'overt curriculum.' But beneath it lay an invisible or 'covert curriculum' that was far more basic. It consisted and still does in most indus trial nations of three courses: one in punctmility, one in obedience and one in rote, repetitive work. Factory labor demanded workers who showed up on time, especially assemblyline employees. It deJpanded workers who would take orders from a management hierarchy without question ing. And it demanded men and women prepared to slave away at machines or in offices, performing brutally repetitious operations. Thus," conclude the Tofflers, "from the midnineteenth century to the present-day, one found a relentless educational pro-, gression: children started school at a younger and younger age; the school year became longer and longer, and the number of years of compulsory schooling irresistibly increased." Later on, in their text entitled The Third Wave, the Tofflers agree that mass public education has indeed, been a great humanizing concept. "Nevertheless," they warn, "industrial society schools have machined generation after generation of young people into a pliable, regimented work force of the type required by electromechanical technology and the assembly line." If you follow the Toffler's mindset, it's easy to understand why Chuck Berry wrote "School Days." It is more than simply a rock n'roll hit. It is an attack on an infiltration of what had first been created to give each child and each American citi zen the gift of clear thinking and free thought "School Days" is a protest song against the poisoning of the American school system by plantation industrialists. But by the looks of our present school situation, it seems we need Chuck Berry to sing "School Days, again! For, a revolution is brew ing And it may already have begun in our schools Black American Insight continued from page 4-A who survived the destruction of their community, and established a memorial to residents who died in the riot. Surely, America will not heal its race problem until every institution has researched, admitted and apologized for its role in slav ery, Jim Crow and racism. Harambee. 1\) c 0 c.o A Message To Parents And Children here is an old saying that the A boy is father to the man and that the girl is mother to the woman When I first heard this, I gave this adage some careful thought. It is true that every child should adopt as their philosophy of life and try to live by this philosophy. First of all, let us examine what is meant by that phrase. It is a fact that men come from boys and women come from girls. In other words, all human beings are chil dren first and they grow into men and women. Not only do children grow into men and women, but what they do and how they prepare themselves as children, gen erally determines what kind of man or woman they will become. Yes, there are some exceptions to almost every rule. But, the majority of human beings aren't exceptions. They are mostly ordinary humans who follow the norm. Generally, children who grow up in loving homes usually become loving an. g caring adult. Those that grow up in law-abiding homes usually become law-abiding adults. Children with good study habits, good work ethics and young achievers, usually develop into success ful adults. These examples explain why it is said that the boy is the father to the man and the girl is mother to the woman. It doesn't stop there though. I could go on and on citing things that are needed to become a part of a child's DNA in order for them to become solid achieving adults. This is why President Barack Obama constantly reminds parents to cut off the television, silence the Ipod and shut down the computer games and have their children open a book. If a child can t read, then he or she won't be able to read as an adult If they can't c;:ount as a youngster, they won't be able to count as an adult. If they aren't taught any moral, social and family values as a child, usually they won't have any as an adult. This message is addressed to children because they need to hear this and hook their star to this very worthwhile ., philosophy. It is_ a message to r parents because they need to 0 grasp this concept and instill it into their children. )> Parents need to encourage and help their children prepare as youngsters to he good, solid and successful adults The boy is father to the man he is most likely to become. Likewise, the girl is mother to the woman that she is most likely to become. UJ m z ::! z m r I Ill c: r r m -1 z "tt c: m l en :t m c m < m :c -< .. -I c: m UJ c ) :: :: :' )> What DiHerence Will It Make; z c ., The phrase, "What dif ference will it make," is the greatest escape clause ever made It s the ultimate excuse for not taking action against events that you know are wrong, and against the people who are responsible Advocates For Safe Commu-nities, Incorporated was created after the murder of Isaiah Brooks on February 6, 2005. His moth er, Darla Saunders, and her husband, Elliott, creat ed thif organization to not just help find her son's kiiler, but to also help find the killers of several young people whose cases are still unsolved. ' I've actually heard some people saying they don't think it will make a differ ence bringing the killers of these young people to justice, because there will be more. What's equally amazing is people aren't concerned about the deaths of these young people until it happens to them. I often wonder what it's like having a son, daughter, associate husband, wife, or even sibling who knows who these murderers are, but remain silent. For some stu pid reason, they feel there is a need to protect these peo ple. To take it a step furthe1', the so-called "No Snitch" rule has been added to the "Bible Of The Streets," and young people worship that concept. It's amazing how others feel drawn to these peopld who look at themselves as someone who should be feared and respected. As long as we walk around in fear of these people, they will feel free to do it again, and you could be their next target. ::c We all have a responsibility to our community and ,its < safety. None of us should have to live among murderers and the people who harbor them No parent is supposed to bury their children. In some cases, the person who took their life has attended the funeral and put on a show of concern for the grieving fam ily, knowing all the time they are responsible. What kind of person can wake up every morning knowing they've murdered someone? It's obvious their freedom means more to them than the lives of inno cent people. So, the next time you ask what difference will it make, the answer is .... a whole lot. Once you start locking these murderers up and let the tem punish them, will G') m take away their power to kill U1 I )> again.

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(I) 0 0 Tampa Night Spot Receives International leadershiP Awards Responds To Poor Economv < c a: u. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Don't think for one minute that the economy hasn' t had an impact dn the entertainment industry. Night clubs every where ha v e seen a fall in pa tronage and some have even shut down. Rumors had been spreading that Club 112, a fixture in the area for over 5 years, had fallen hard times and patrons were se e king entertainment else where Pat B of Pat B Promotions said Club 112 has felt the im pact of the sagging economy, but unlike others, they' ve de veloped a plan to draw patrons back into Downtown Tampa. still don' t understand the 'fol low the crowd' mentality of some people Pat. B. said the y feel the crowd will return to doWntown especially due to a series of problems clubs in Ybor City have been experiencing "Beginning this Friday, April 3rd, we will feature First Fri day ,' an early-bird Club ATL style happy hour from 8 p.m. until1 a.m All Tampa UVE patrons, co-workers and friends are welcome to the best Friday party in the area. " We 've kept our doors open by providing our customers the best party deal for their budget. Every Friday, we offer the $10 all you can drink happy hour from 9 p.m until midnight, and until1 a.m. in our VIP Lounge. "Some patrons don t underC stand what a great deal is. So a: they still pay $10 to $15 cover U. charge and then $7 to $10 per C drink. I've been in the club business for over 15 years and I Club 112 will also bring back Chunky Sundays with male and female revues Check out advertisements in this publication for more de tails, or call (813) 204-9433 or (813) 493-1997 c tn w ::::: t-rt w > w 0 w l: tn :::::i Ill ::::: &l. z w ..J ..J ::::: Ill I ..J w z i= z w tn < 0 a: 0 ..J u. < I CD w C!J 505 East JaCkson St. Suite #303 Barrister'S Building Tampa, FL 33&02 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY a. c......._ H.,...ment RI;AL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW (813) 387-7724 LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAWYER EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 Plus Costs) AA Anomev Referral Service 1-lEIW Personal Injury Divorce/Custody Condo Assoc. Law Criminal Accidents Constuction Litigation Traffic/ DUI Civil Matters Contract Dispute Bankruptcy Malpractice Wills Workers Comp. Business Probate Employment Law Real Estate All Legal Matters 1-800 24 HOURS -NO REFERRAL CHARGE www.freeshield.com Carolyn House Stewart, Vice President Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was the Founders' Day speaker for Iota Lamba Omega, March 21, 2009 in Ellicott City, Maryland. Carolyn received the Intt;rnational Award.Featured in this photo. with are: Dr Terborg-Penn, Historian ; CNN White House correspondent Suzanne Malveaux who received the Lifetime Achievement Award. She is the only African American with a seat in the White House Press Corps and her mother. Vendor Given Continuance Bv Concil On Thursday, the Tampa City Council vote unanimously to give clothing and accessory vendor Hakim Aquil, a con tinuance on his appeal of a de cision by the city to shut his business down Aquil has sold clothing and other items on the corner of North Boulevard and Colum bus dri ve for a quarter-of-acentury. He also has found himself occasionally in viola tion of Code Enforcement Or dinances, most recently about the structure he uses to sell his clothing. Aquil has been given a 90-day continuance during which time he has been permitted to build a canopy retail structure. At the end of June, he'll appear before council again so see if HAKIMAQUIL their standards have been met. Aquil said he appreciates so many people form the commu nity coming out to support him "IwanttothankAtty. Warren Dawson for taking my case pro-bono. I was really humbled by all of the people who showed up, a lot of them top level African Americans in the private and business sec tor." A resident in the area Mary J. said she thinks Aquil is a great asset to the community. ''I'm from California where street vending is a thing of beauty. I think he's making a real difference in the community." Sickle Cell Director, Frank Reddick, said he was a lso in awe of so many people coming out to support Hakim. We owe them all a lot I feel good that he'll get a favorable decision when he returns in June. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. Cc .FRFE,MORTGAGEDELINQUENCY 'ILr=dna' FORECLOSUREPREVENTION CLINIC OFTAIV1PA INC.
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FVI HCAB Management Comminee Meeting Set The Hillsborough County Health Care Advisor y Board Management Committee will have a meeting Thursday, April 9th, from 3-5 p m. in Conference Room B on the 26th Floor of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., in downtown Tampa. For more info, please contact Wanda West at 301-7344. Code Enforcement Special Magistrate Hearing Planned The Hillsborough County Code Enforcement Special Magistrate for the Enforcement of Burglar False Alarms and Nat ural Resources is scheduled to meet Monday, April 6th at 9 a. m. in the 2nd Floor Boardroom of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in downtown Tampa. The Special Magistrate is authorized to hear violations concerning all codes and ordinances of Hillsborough County in ord e r to maintain health and safety standards. For more information contact Karen Matches, Citizens Boards Support Manager, 272-7181. Public librarv Conducts survev About Computers And Internet From April 6 to April 19, the Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative is participating in a nationwide Internet survey to find out how people use the free computers and Internet connections in public libraries. The U. S. IMPACT web survey is being conducted by the University of Washington Information School with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Until now, there has been no nationwide research about how library-computing services fit into peoples' lives. Some believe that library computers are used mostly for entertainment, but librarians rep.:>rt that people use them to find jobs, stay connected with family and friends, or to get health information. The goal of the U. S. IMPACT studies is to collect evidence about the ways computers in public libraries help people and their communities across the United States. With SunTrust Online Payroll and Online 401k, simplicity is an understatement. That's because together, these services cut confusion and save tirne with setup, monthly payroll processing, and employee record updates. You'll run your business rnore efficiently. And maybe even look forward to payday, again. There's never been a better time to visit suntrust.corn/business, call 866.587.1780, or speak to your SunTrust banker to learn more. Enter the Solid Performance Promotion for a chance to win one year of FREE Online Cash Manager Plus with Fraud Inspector, Online Payroll, Online 401k, Online Check Deposit, and much more.* For details, go to suntrust.com/business. \I. SUNTRUST Cash Management Financing Solutions Retirement Solutions Live Solid. Bank Deposit products and services are offered through Sun Trust Bank, Member FDIC. Securities and Insurance Products and Services : Are not FDIC or any other Government Agency Insured Are not Bank Guaranteed May Lose Value Sun Trust Banks, Inc., their affiliates, and the directors. officers, agents, and employees of any of its affiliates are not permitted to give legal or tax adv1ce. Clients of any affiliates of Sun Trust Banks Inc., should consult w i th their legal and tax advisors prior to entenng into any financial transaction Sun Trust Online 401 k provided in partnership with ePian Services, Inc. ePian Services, Inc., is not an affiliate of Sun Trust Banks. Inc. Sun Trust Banks, Inc. Sun Trust is a federally registered service mark of Sun Trust Banks, Inc. Live Solid Bank Solid. is a service mark of Sun Trust Banks. Inc. 'No purchase or other obligation to enter. -----------------------------------------------"T'1 JJ 0 )> "'0 JJ I (,) I\) 0 0 c.o 'TI r 0 ::c CJ) m z -1 z m r;m c: r r m ::! z "'tJ c: Ill c CJ) ::I: m 0 m < m ::c < -1 c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 'TI ::c 0

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0) 0 0 C\1 M ...J a: a.. 0 a: u. <( I 00 w CJ Local Commissioners Present Awards To East Tampa PartnershiP O n Mar c h 21st t h e Hill s b o r o u g h County Bo ard o f C ounty Commis s ione r s and the C ounty Off ic e o f N eighborhood Relations held their 6th annual Leadership Conference at the Dale Mabry Campus of Hillsborough Community College Several people were singled out and presented awards for their work in the community. Among them were East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chairperson, Evangeline Best, and Denese Meteye-James, who chairs the Aesthetics and Beautification SubCommittee under the ETCRP. Ms. Best was recognized a s the l eader of the "B est Umbrella Association of Associations," and Ms. James for putting together the "Most Successful Special Event of 2009 (the Christmas tree lighting at the District III Police Substation) Ms. Best wasn't in town EVANGEUNE BEST ETCRP Chairperson to receive her award, and said she had no prior knowledge she was going to be recognized. "I'm happy our work in East Tampa is being recognized. On behalf of the organization, I'm very grateful. I'm elated the county recognizes what we've done in East Tampa and specifically the. work Denese and her committee did for our holiday event." Ms. James said the partnership deserves all the New Harmony M. B. Church NEW LOCATION: 2811 N; 17th St. Tampa 33605 Phone For A Ride 531-4 799 2nd Satrurday Tri p 525.00/PERSON' CHILDREN: 512.50 # 1 DEPARTURE: 5 :00A.M. # 2 DEPARTURE: 7:00A. M 2nd Sunday Trip 525.00/PERSON' CHILDREN: 512.50 #1 DEPARTURE: 5:00A.M. #2 DEPARTURE: 7 :00A.M. 11 HamiHon Annex & Wort Camp .... Jasp9r, FL Marlon C.l. & Wort Camp ............ 1owell, A. Lowell C.l. & Work Camp ........ .... lowell, Madison C.l. & Wort Camp ....... Madison, Fl Glinesville C.l. & Wort Camp.GaineVille, Jefferson C.I ............... ............. Monticello, Fl PutnamC.J .................. : . :.: .... East Palatka, FCI Talllhassee ..... ............ .. Tallahassee, .fl 12 3rd Saturday Tnp 525.00/PERSON' CHILDREN: 512.50 DEPARTURE: 5:00A.M. 11 Taylor C.l. & Wort Camp ................ Perry, FL Wakulla C.I. ................. ...... :Crawfordsville, 12 Levy Forestry Camp ..................... Bristol, FL Lancaster C.I.. ........ ; .................... Trenton, FL Cross City C.l... ....................... Cross City, FL Mayo C.I ...... ..... ..... ..................... ... Mayo, FL Hernando C.I .......................... Brooksville;-FL Sumter C.l. & Work Camp ......... Bushnell, Coleman FCI ................ ............ Coleman, 3rd Sunday Trip 550.00/PERSON' CHILDREN: 525.00 DEPARTURE: 4 :00A.M. Quincy Annex .......................... Ouincy, FL Gadsden Corr. Facllity .............. Quincy, FL C.I.. ....................... .. ......... Bristol, FL River Junction Work Camp .. .................. .. ...................................... Chattahoochee, FL PLEASE CONTACT THE MINISTRY OFFICE FOR INFORMATION. 'Each trip requires that the riders arrive at the Ministry one-half hour earlier than departure. LOCATION: 2921 N. 29th Street Tampa, FL PHONE: (813) 247 Aesthetics & Beautification Sub-Committee Chairperson credit. "Without the partnership, there would not have been an award. "Being recogniz e d by the Board of County Commi s sioners put the icing on the cake for me. It makes me excited, because they appreciate the work we're doing." Reporter Leon B. Crews ccm be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@fls entinel. com. UNITY M. B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa, FL 33805 (813) 248-5955 ELDER H. H. HUNT, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship *II A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30P.M. St Mark Missionary Bapti!"l Church 7221 5. Sherrill Str(!(?t Port Tampa, rlor i da 33&1 b (813) 839-52&3 n Building On A F irm Foundationn Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship -1 0 :55 A .M. Tuesday Night Bible Study -6 P .M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6 :30 P.M. Transportation Availab l e Tighter Water Restrictions Ordered For Hillsborough Countv JOE ROBINSON THOMAS SCOTT On Tuesday, the Robinson, said he feels the Southwest Florida city's ordinance was more Management District's restrictive than theirs (SWIFTMUD) governing before they went into Phase board voted to tighten IV water restrictions for all of "With the rive r system Hillsborough, Pasco and drying up, there was no Pinellas Counties choice. With river water The modified Phase IV being a major drinking restrictioJ;J.s will go into source, there w ill be prob-effect (today) April 3rd and lems." expire on June 30, 2009. "We've been aware of the They apply to customers of shortage for months, and Tampa Bay Water member we've been water government utilities, other use. We get updates every utilities that receive water week, so we know who the from member governments, abusers are. and Aloha Utilities in Pasco Robinson said the botCounty. tom line is Hillsborough Residents irrigating their County is in a seriou's lawn and landscape using drought situation. water from the city of "The condition of the Tampa' s Water Department reservoir is part of the prob-are to follow the city's emerlem. Because it has cracks, gency ordinances that will it can't sustain the pressure come into effect today of being filled to capacity. (Friday), that allows hand Therefore, the water level watering only. has to be constantly low-Residents inHillsborough ered, and that mearis we Pasco or Pinellas counties can't store as much water using other sources of as we'd like to. water, either.private well City Council Chairman, water or water from utili-Thomas Scott, said they ties not affected by the don't .anticipate changing Phase IV measures, remain any of. their restrictions. under the current modified "We may tweak the Ian-Phase II restrictions. guage in our ordinance a Part of the }hase IV bit. restrictions will be that res-"My discussion during idential car washing is .pro-our meeting last Thursday hibited. Charity _car washes was that the river and are also prohibited. reservoir were. at recor,d Commercial car wash' lows and our season operations are allowed. wa s .away. we .However, cars for sale :or de<:ided to set a goal of trylease may not be routinely ing to save 30 million. galwashed; they may be. :lortsofwatera day so as not washed immediately ,prior to' have an environmental to sale or lease. impact on the river or an Pressure washing conunderground water source." ducted by commercial busi-Chairman Scott said the nesses is aiiowed city's ordinance did not purposes, which include include an expiration date cleaning to eliminate a safeon the restrictions, but did ty hazard, preparati(\n for say the City Attorney has painting or similar activity, recommended July or maintaining a paint or August. material warranty, and as "If conditions improve, the n eeded to meet federal, restrictions can end soon e r s t a t e or loc a l h ealth and Reporter Leon B. Crews saf e t y s t a nd ards. can be reached at (813) Hill s b o r o u g h Riv e r Basin 248-0724 or e-mailed at Board m e mber Joe l c r ews@flsentinel.com.

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Religious Church's Drama Ministrv Puts Different Spin On Jesus' Death, Resurrection Church Hosts Special Service To Help Get Root Repaired Last year about this time, said. "'T1 :D 0 l> "'C ::0 The Drama Ministry at New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church is taking a different ap proach to celebrate the crucifix ion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. the congregation at New At 6 p. m. on Sunday, April r w 1\) 0 0 c.o The Homegoing Celebration For Jesus Christ, who was cru cified thousands of years ago on a cross in Golgotha at the age of 33, will be held on Good Friday, April 10, 2009 at the Masque Community Theater at 8825 56th Street (hiJhe Sweet bay Plaza on Busch and 56th St.) at 7 p. m. fol lowing will be His Resurrec tion New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church and EverettDen and Anderson Funeral Home will be in charge of the services. Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Judea to His earthly parents Joseph and Mary and had several siblings. He was pre ceded in death by His earthly father, Joseph. Jesus Christ is survived by His devoted mother, Mary, faithful Apos tles, numerous disciples and many followers Jesus was self-educated and spent most of his adult life working as a carpenter, teacher and healer. Until the time of His death, .Jesus was teaching JESUS and sharing Good News and ministering to all that would listen. Family, followers and friends are asked to meet at the Masque Community Theatre at 6:45 p. m. This is a New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church Drama Ministry Pro duction, Rev. Alec Hall, Pas tor. Written and directed by Sis. Jackie Mills Brown. When she is awakened at 2 and 3 a. m Mrs. Brown is obedient to God's Word -she gets up and jots down the ideas He has placed on her heart. The presentation that will be given on Good Friday took her about 4 months to complete. The playwas first presented at Easter last year Because there has been such a demand for it, the Drama Ministly de-34th Street Church Of God HOlY WEEK 200 Dr. Thomas & Elder Marva Scott Senior Pastor And First Lady cided to open it to more people. "We re trying to attract people to see the real message. Even though Jesus d i ed over 2,000 years ago, His message is still the same," Mrs. Brown stated. "We're putting his death in modern times. We're having an actual funeral service for Jesus and using one of our local fu neral homes We want people to know how his mother felt, the disciples and all the people he touched felt. It s very power ful. "Our pastor is very excited about the production. He's pleased to see that we're com ing from a different direction with the presentation of Jesus' death and resurrection," she stated. Macedonia Missionary Bap-5 2009, Rev. Gary l\fc-tist Church, 3402 E. Deleuil Nealy, who formerly pas-Ave., thought it was well on tared in Tampa and is now the way to having a new roof pastor of Greater Friendship put on the sanctuary. M. B. Church of Clewiston The hired 'contractor' did so and Moderator ofthe Kissim-much of the work and left the mee Valley Association, will church with an unfinished be the messenger for a roof. However, he had col-:. fundraiser for the church. lectedmore than $4,000.00 "We're asking pastors, for the The preachers and teachers of the also learned he had not pulled Word in this area to come out the necessary permits and and help with this program. were _questions about All of the monies will go to-his license. Hard lessons that wards repairing the roof'. the church had to learn, 7-"While some complained year pastor, Rev. Paul about the drought and dry Buster, explained. weather, we were thankful These problems led to code that we were not getting wet,'' violations, which is the cause he said. This past Sunday's 'TI for urgency to have the roof rain did leave dampness in 5 repaired. The church has been the church. However, the con-:!;! working for 3 years to have gregation was in its associa-0 the roof repaired. tion, meeting at Grace Mary "With the economy the way and missed getting wet. m it is now, and the small mem-They're hopeful the rain v;ill bership we have, it has been hold off until Sunday's pro-z difficult for us to raise the gram. necessary funds to have the Editor Gwen Hayes 6J roof repaired. That's why can be reached .at (813) we're having this special serv-248-1921 or by email at r ice Sunday," Pastor Buster editor@flsentinel.com. z "tJ c: llJ c (/) :I: m 0 m < m ::c -< -f c: m (/) 0 )> z 0 'TI ::c Thursday, April9, 2009 @ 7:00 pm Holy Communion & FootWashing Service 0 Rev. Dr. Jeffery A. Johnson, Messenger 34th Street Church Of God Friday, AprillO, 2009 @ 7:00 pm "The Seven Last Sayings of Jesus from the Cross" The First Word: Pastor-Greg Whaley Lighthouse Ministries For Christ The Fourth Word: Elder Howard Green The Second Word: Rev. Dayna Gray 34th Street Church Of God The Fifth Word: Rev. Dr. Zachery Hudson The Third Word: Rey. Dr. Maxine Woodside 34th Street Church Of God The Sixth Word: Rev. Dr. Patricia Hauser Turning Point Re-Birth Missionary Fellowship C O.G.I.C Baptist Church Potter's House Deliverance Tabernacle The Seventh Word: Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott 34th Street Church Of God Saturday, April17, 2009 @ 11:00 am 1:00 pm "Community Day" Held at the King's Kids Community Park 33rd Street & 22nd Ave. Join us for free hot dogs, and an Easter Egg Hunt. This wiD be for chUdren ages l-12 years old All Services unless otherwise noted will be held at: 34th Street Church Of God 3000 North 34th Street Tampa, FL 33605 813-248-6548 www.34thstreetco C> m CD I >

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c a: U-c z < c en w ::::;) .... w > w 0 w ::1: en :::i m ::::;) a.. z i= w ..J ..J ::::;) m ...=. w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J U-. <( I. 0 ,.. w CJ St. Mark Baptist Church 1 05 S. Morgan St -Plant City, FL . Pastor & First Lady Moses And Debbie Freeman Morning Service -11 Bible Study & Prayer Service Wednesday 7 P.M. -8 P.M. In All And Every Way. All That Matters Is That Christ Is At Highland M. B. Church 3410 North Street Tampa, FL Rev. Julius Wynn, Pastor Dea. Fred Short, President Dea. Milton Wade, Reporter believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live. And whoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. .John11:25 Celebrate The Life Of Jesus Christ. Have A Happy Easter! Pastors, Preachers Teachers Of The Word Of God Come Share In This Fundraiser To Repair The Roof Of New Macedonia M.B. Church 3402 E. Deleuil Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 Sunday, April 5, 2009 6 P.M. Mln.Terry Pe rry . New Hope M; B. .. . : Pau I Buster . New::Macedonia : M, s: Church it ls Finished" Rev. Michael Williams New Life lntemationaJ Ministries Friendship M. B. Clewiston; Kissimmee Assoc. Shalt Tho.u 'Be With Me ;,[In, ParadiSI1" Min. Don Roberts Bethel M; B. Church J=llarit City Rev. Tony Harris First Prospect M .B. Church, Wimauma Featuring: Elder Alvin Baldwin, Praise & Worship Local Student Needs Help To Attend Medical Forum BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor When Derecia Timmons was a fifth grade student, she decided her future would encompass working in the medical field as a pediatrician. A recent nomination to attend the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine will provide a rare opportunity for the young lady. Derecia's nomination to represent her school, Academy of Holy Names, and her community, places her among a unique group of students in the nation. Less than one percent of all high-achieving high school students are given this opportunity. She was chosen through the Student Search Service of the College Boa:rd. She will spend 10 days from June 17th through June 27th, at Columbia University in New York or at,Georgetown University inWashington, D. C.; work-.. ing beside a physician1 DeTecia was informed of DERECIA TIMMONS .. Nominated to attend National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine her nomination via letter from Shashin Doshi, M. D., Senior Councilor to the National Youth Leadership, Forum on Medicine and an alumnus of the organization Dr. Doshi wrote, "As a Forum Scholar, Derecia will be academically challenged, encouraged, arid motivated while interacting with practicing medical professionals." A Tampa native, Derecia is the daughter of Mrs. Charmine Vickers, the granddaughter of Mrs. Susiane Austin, and the great granddaughter of Mrs. Helen Mitchell. She has two younger brothers. She was the valedictorian of the first graduating class of AcademY Prep in 2007, where she the first student'in the school to make all ks. She earned a scholarship to the Academy of Holy Names, where she is currently in lOth grade. DeTecia recently earned the President's Honor Roll status at her school with a 4.12 grade point average. The 16-year-old is a mem-ber of True Love Missionary Baptist Church, and enjoys reading, cook ing, and babysitting. DereCia said she would really like to attend the forum, but needs financial assistance. Anyone interested in making a donation can contact her great grandmother, Mrs; Mitchell at (813) 248-4143. Collector Shares His Treasures During Black Historv Month BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several years ago, Ronnie Moorer established himself as a collector of Black History artifacts. Recently, he took "the opportunity to share his treasures with individuals attending the Black History Month Celebration at Gary Adult Education Center. The program was held on March 21st at the school, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. In addition to the displays, there were vendors, step groups, poets, and dancers. Moorer, a long time Tampa resident and collector, has acquired several items of interest during his travels. An artist by trade, Moorer came across a col lection of magazines pub-lished hy the NAACP while the agency was in its infancy. Known as "The Crisis," some of the magazines he has acquired are considered rare and hard to find. Additionally, he has other items of interest ranging from statues of entertain-Ronnie Moorer is shoWn displaying statues of James Brown and Louis Armstrong. In the background, he has several copies of "The Crisis" Magazine, published by the NAACP ers such as James Brown and Louie Armstrong, as well as figurines, coins, and pendants. "I displayed and told the history about the historical items I had. People showed a lot of interest and discovered some things they never knew. It brings me joy to see the expressions on people's faces, both young and old, when they learn a little history about their past and -what their ancestors had to go through so that we can enjoy what we have today." Moorer has shown his collection at several locations throughout Tampa, including the College Hill Library. He hopes to take part in the NAACP's lOOth Anniversary Celebration Gala next month.

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Local "'T'' ::0 c Retired Deputv New Hillsborough Kid's Director Of Diversion Airport Projects To Create 265 Jobs )> "'tl :II r (,.) Leon Doby, a 25-year vet eran of the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, has been appointed the director of Hillsborough Kids Incorpo rated's Diversion Program. The program has partnered with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office Child Protec t ive Investigation Department for the past h y o years and their mission is to keep child ren and families out of the child welfare system. Doby said as a Resource Officer at Webb Middle School and later at Tampa Bay VoTech, he could see some of the kids weren't doing well be cause of family issues. "These kids were bringing so mu c h baggage to school with them, so I decid e d to spend time working with th eir families l ooking for solutions." Perhaps the biggest chal l e nge for families today is the eco nomy We're in the midst of a bad s ituation right now, and disadvantaged families suffe r the mo st. When you LEONDOBY throw in domestic violence and other factors, things get overwhelming for families al ready struggling to survive." Doby said he 's happy that new investigators are more family-centered in their deci sion process thm1 they were in the past. Asked if th e r e was a racial disparity with kids in the pro gra m Doby said if one exists, it again goes back to econo m. ics. "We, as a race, tend to not raise our own kids. We have grandmother raising their grands and great-grands". "The St a te has a new initia ti ve trying to redefine the face of foster care. They are devel oping a partnership now with the biological parents. We want them to co-parent and work as a team, so the kids don t feel alienated from their families. Doby said he's happy that the number of kids in foster care is dec reasing In 2007, there were almost 5 ,000 kids in foster care. Today, there are about 2,000" "I think diversion is a great process, because it gives you an option as well as the fami lies. Keeping the kids at home is our top priority." Do by is a Tampa native and he a nd his wife, Katina, have three children, Derek, Adrian and Daryah. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, m e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. Congresswoman Kathy Castor announced that Tampa International Airport will receive $8 million through President Barack Obama's Recovery Act. Those funds will create jobs for projects at the airport that had been put on hold. According to Brenda Geoghan, Media Relations Spokesperson for TIA, be cause of the stimulus funds, they will be able to initiate projects 2 to 3 years ahead of schedule. "We will be pooling two of our major projects, the con struction of Taxiway B with a bridge, and stormwater im provements." Geoghan said now they have to send the projects out for bids, and they won't know who the prime contract will be until around June. "That's when we'll be able to direct possible employees to sub-contractors". The Taxiwa y B and bridge. 0 0 project will involve 175 people c.o vvho will earn $19 to $24-perhour. The major jobs will be site work, utilities, concrete work, electrical, equipment operators, and haulers All of the projects will require a large labor force." The Recove1y Act also in cludes $1.1 billion for airport improvements through the Federal Aviation Administra tion. The reconstruction of Taxi way B will elevate the taxiway so it will allow for a transportation corridor to connect to a new north terminal. This will accommodate the future "'T'' passenger traffic growth comr ing through the airport. Congresswoman Cas-c tor said she hopes these jobs l> will help pull a lot of people out of the countly's economic Z downturn. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. m r I OJ c r r m z "'tl c OJ c (/) Kappa Alpha Scholarship Pageant will be held on :I: m c m < m Sunday, April 5, 2009 at the Tampa Convention Center. This year's pageant will showcase nine young ladies from Hillsborough County High Schools with grace, poise, and leadership The theme for this year's pageant is "The Essence of Silk and Pearls" embraces finesse, cultiva tion, quality, and sophistication, all of these quali ties are embraced by the 1 00+ members of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. The pageant has been Gamma Theta Omega's signature program, for 39 years; raising funds for college scholarships to deserving students, in cluding the pageant contestants The chapter's president, Mrs Evelyn McFadden, is also proud to congratulate the Miss Teenage Tampa Lun cheon Honoree ; Mrs. Jewel Byrd Warren. Mrs. Warren, a me.j:nper of Gamma Theta Omega, was honored -afa held Saturday, March 7, 2009 for her to the sorority, the Tampa Bay communitY, and the Miss Teenage Tampa Scholarship Pageant. The public is welcome to attend the pageant 1st Row (l:r)-Mrs. Evelyn McFadden, President of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter; Whitney Ross, Ariana Stewart, scheduled for Sunday, April 5\11 cd the Tampa MTAT Honoree, Mrs Jewel Byrd Warren; Leonora Nicome, Sierra Fareed and Ms. Deiqre Jones, General ChairperConvention Center; The pageant will begin at son of MTAT. 2nd Row (l:r) Nina Zimmering, Jasmine Mingo, Shakenya Berrien, Kez i a Gilyard, Rikka Lovely and 5:00 pm. Tickets are $15.00 per person and Mrs. Yvette Hall, Co-Chairman of MTAT. are available each Thursday at the AKA House (412 E 7th Avenue, Tampa) or by contacting a member of the Gamma Theta Omega Chapter. Members of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. would also like to thank the contestants and their families for their support and participation in the pageant. We really have remarkable young ladies partici pating this year. They will lead the world with their grace, sophistication, talent, and charm. The evening will be an extra special event. Contestant Jasmine Latasha Mingo Leonora Madiana Nicome Ariana Easlyn Stewart Rikka LaDawn Lovely Sierra Lee Louise Fareed Shakenya Amekia Berrien Nina Danielle Zimmering Whitney Michelle Ross Kezia Mari Gilyard Parents Joseph Mingo, Jr. & Dionne Ball Carol Williams Malik & Jasmine Stewart Kenneth Lovely, Sr. & Angela Davis Sheila Russ Virginia Berrien Donald & Kettly Dowridge James Bryant & Kim Engram Herman & Mattye Gilyard High School Middleton Hillsborough Riverview Gaither Riverview Blake Hillsborough Hillsborough Riverv1ew :II -< -4 c m (/) c )> z c "'T'' ::0 c

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Q) 0 0 N (W) ..J a: a. <( c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c en w ::J t-fi: w > w c w X en :::i m ::J a. z w ...J ...J ::J m I ...J w z z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u. <( I N ,... Local Youth Corps Summer Program Accepting APPlicants Youngsters between the ages of 12 and 15 are invited to submit an application to join the PR1 Youth Corps Summer Program. The program will begin on June 16th and conclude. on August 14th. Sponsored by the Greater Palm River POINT CDC, the program incorporates theatre, African dance, bucket drumming, leadership, skills development, and financial, business development training. Ms. Anthea Henderson, Executive Director of Greater Palm Riyer POINT CDC said, "This program is open to all youth who are too young to work, but too old for camp. We will select 20 students based on their application and interview." Ms. Henderson said the students will be given a $25 stipend per week. "Last year, the student created their own snow cone busi-ness. We are hoping that the students and potential sponsors will participate this year." The students will complete a student questionnaire, a family questionnaire, the application, a copy of their report card, and other general information. They can obtain the application by visiting the office at 7454 Palm River Road or calling (813) 6289179. Public Invited To Tribute For Folk Artist BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The University of South Florida's Department of Anthropology and Heritage Research Resource Management Lab will partner with Doretha's All Children Workshop Gallery of the Moses House, Inc in a tribute to deceased folk artist, Taft Richardson. Mr. Richardson passed away November 30, 2008. He was 65, Mr. Richardson was a great folk artist who displayed his talents as a bone sculpture. Family members said 't was a gift he started displaying as a child growing up in Spring Hill, Florida. This Friday (today), a special tribute will be held at the North Tampa Recreation Center, 8608 TAFf RICHARDSON North 12th Street, from 5:30 p m. until 7:30 p m. At the tribute, family, friends, and loved ones will share their sentiments in an effort to memorialize the legacy of a beloved artist. Mr. Richardson's brother, Harold, said everyone should bring along something to share and expect a moving celebration. "We started planning this about 3 weeks ago, and everything came together rather quickly, thanks to the University of South Florida." "This will give a lot of people a chance to speak who didn't get to do it at his service. We are going to record the event." Harold said the tribute will be a gathering of peo ple who knew his brother. "At his service, I knew a lot of people knew Taft, but there were so many peoplE:, I had no idea he had touched so many. ; "His art work won't b e on display during the tribute, but we will have photos of a lot of his work. We hope to make this an annual event." Harold said they are still working on a program for the event, and all media representatives are invited. CENTENNIAL GALA HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BRANCH NAACP Higgins Hall 5225 Himes Street, Tampa, Florida 33607 Friday, May 22, 2009 6:00pm (Reception) 7:00pm (Dinner) THEME: "We are One Hundred" The Hillsborough County Branch NAACP is soliciting your support by publishing your organization or business in our souvenir scroll journal. Please select your ad choice by Circling the appropriate ad size. SOUVENIRSCROLLJOURNALPRICES Full Page $100.00 --Half Page $ 50.00 Donations are $400Table 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 pspenfla@aol.com. Please submit your payment to: Hillsborough County Branch NAACP and mail to: Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, PO Box 4266 Tampa, Florida 33677, no later than Aprill3, 2009. For additional information, contact Pat Spencer at 813-205-3834 Thanks in advance for your contribution. ORGANIZATION/BUSINESS NAME: ------------------------------------CONTACT PERSON'S NAME : ------------------------------------------ORGANIZATION/BUSINESS ADDRESS: ------ORGANIZATION/BUSINESS TELEPHONE#: ___ ENCLOSED CHECK#: CHECK AMOUNT: --------In The Spotlight CRISTVL As the long, hot dances of summer begin, we will try to cool you off with this week's Spotlight feature, CristyL The says her favorite stars are Beyonce and Keri Hilson. Her hobbies are playing but she also says she's always up for learning new things. In the future, Cristyl wants to become an RN or explore a career in criminal justice. Standing 5'2 1/2" tall, Cristyl says the man of her dreams must be a chocolate man, but then again, she says it really doe.sn't mat ter. He just has to be thoughtful, caring, have a great personality, be cool and have a pretty smile. Congratulations to Cristyl as this week's Spotlight feature. . ; j j \ . . !ttlttt

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Local Middleton Alumni Group Meets Saturdav The Middleton Senior High School Alumni Association holds its regular monthly meeting on Saturday, April 4, 2009, 11 a. m at the Tampa Police Department, District 3 Office, 2808 N. 22nd St. (next to the Belmont Heights Little League Field). The association's 2009 AllClass Reunion Planning Committee will give an update on the June 25-28 activity, set for the DoubleTree Hotel, 4500 W. Cypress St. Alumni and supporters are encouraged to attend and get important information about the event. Middleton will be celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. The school opened at 4302 N. 24th St. in 1934, in the first school structure built specifically as a senior high school for Blacks in Tampa. Prior to 1934, local Black students who went beyond junior high school attended classes at Booker T Washington Senior-Junior FRED HEARNS .. Reunion Chair High School, or in other facilities not built as senior high schools. Middleton High graduated its first class in 1935 and served as a high school until 1971, when it was converted to Middleton 8th and 9th Grade Center. Middleton High School reopened at its present location, 4801 N. 22nd St., in 2002 under principal and 1968 graduate, Henry "Shake" Washington. The former high school site now CALVIN SIMMONS ... Alumni President is A. J Ferrell Jr. Middle Scqool. Mr. Ferrell was the last principal (1959-1971 ) at the original high school site. The April 4th meeting is open to all Middleton High School and 8-9th Grade Center alumni and supporters. Fred Hearns (Class of 1966) is the 2009 All-Class Reunion Chairman and Calvin Simmons (Class of 1968) is President of the Alumni Association. First Fridav Inspiration Service The public is invited to First Friday (April 3rd), an hourlong inspiration service held at the Mary McLeod Bethune High Rise, 1515 W. Union St. Service begins at 7 p m For more information, contact Rev. Laura Harris, (813! 258-2439 Educator Assisted Success 01 African American Teachers Longtime educator, Paul Wharton, for whom a Hillsborough County high school is named, died Tuesday morning. He was 94 years old. Retired educator, Harold Clark, says Wharton, who held several positions with the district, including Assistant Superintendent of Administration and Operations, was instrumental in assisting many African-Americans in their successful teaching careers. Funeral services for Wharton will be held on Saturday at 1 p. m at Tampa's First Presbyterian Church. Subscribe Today! f w w Bulletin "The of Our Community Speaking for lrseff" "'T1 ]J 0 )> "0 ]J I w I\) 0 0 (0 "'T1 r-0 ]J 0 )> en m z ::j z m r-1 m c I rm :::j z "0 c m c en :I: m 0 m < m ]J -< c m en 0 )> z 0 "'T1 ]J 0

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G') All About \'oil JAires, It's Your BirthdavJ Oct c LL c LL. c z <( c en w ::> .... > w > w c w :::1: en :J m ::> a. z t= w ...J ..J ::> m ..J w z t= z w en <( c 0 ...J LL. <( I oo:t ,... w (!) SHANDRA "It's my girl's birthday," April 5th. Come out and celebrate with us_ this Friday at Studio, Inc Remember, "faith is the ultimate survival." Ben-Gordon Photograph y & ll'1tleo 813-231-0931 Weddings-Parties-S p ecial E v e nt s Large Storybook Album 1 4x6 cop y of all photos taken unlimited shots of your e vent FREE internet acces s $395.00 + tax Limited T i m e Off e r R est riction s Appl y University of South Florida Institute on Black Life leadership in the 21st Century: The Role and the Road Guest Speaker: Farai Chideya, NPR's News & Notes" Moderators: The Honorable Lisa Campbell & Dr. Ted Williams Honoring and celebrating a new moment in American democracy, this symposium will explore the possibilities and potential for community renewal and empowerment. A group of visionary thinkers will address issues relevant to local, national, and global leadership. Our keynote speaker, Ms. Farai Chideya, a nationally recognized television journalist and author, will discuss the ways in which local actions can lead to global transformations. Conference Registration $10: Includes Hot Lunch Speakers Honorable Pam IoriO-Mayor ofTampa, FL Otis Anthony-Director, Diversity Management -Polk Cotmty School Board Candy Lowe, Candy Lowe Tea Time Dr. Bart Banks-Director, Hillsborough County Aging Services Dr. Paulette Walker-National VP ofDelta Sigma Theta Incorpornted Henry Bell-President, National Coalition of 100 Black Men Ann Darby-Former Mayor of Winter Haven, FL Glenton Gilzean. Jr.-Founder, Educate Today RavshanaBlack-Africana Studies Graduate Student Regmald Eldridge-Africana Studies Graduate Student Date: Venue: Time: Aprill7, 2009 Embassy Suites USF 3705 Spectrum Blvd Tampa, FL33620 8:00A.M-4:00P.M. RSVP by AprillO to ccobb @ ibl. usf.edu Contact Person: Clara Cobb Institute on Black Life, F AO 274 ccobb@iKusf.edu (813) 974-9387 Univel'sity of South Flol'ida Haoov Birthdav MS. WARREN We love you! Your family and friends. Together Forever MR. And MRS. HIGHTOWER God has truly blessed us! Together forever H8PPV22nd Binhdav MARESSA HAWKINS Apriltst We love you! Peanut, Jeremiah, Lomont, mom, dad and family. 'look Who Turned14' ASIA BESS Happy birthday on your 14th birthday, March 31, 2009 Love you, Sugar. Baby, love is like a beauti ful 4-leaf clover (understanding, caring, trust and communication) .You .possess all these qualities an,d more. You complete me! Happy 1 year annive rsary. I love you unconditionally. Your wife for life, Mrs. Williams. :;::;::;: : ; : One year ago, you changed my life. Thank you and L---..,.---""";;;;;.... ___ --J thank God for you. Happy MR. And MRS. JAMES anniversary! Love you Your husband, James Williams. 40th Binhdav Celebrated At local Nightspot Martha Kitchen celebrated her 40th birthday with family and friends at Tampa (Photos by Julia Jackson) Martha Kitchen, better known at Mott, celebrated her 4oth birthday at Tami>a Live. Among those at the-4oth birthday party for Martha Kitchen were Senoia Brantley and Sherece Owens. 'Birthday girl,' Martha Kitchen (2nd from left) is shown with Tammy, Naheem and C.onn!e

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Sports Dunuv Invited Bv Obama To Join White House Faith-Based Council TONY DUNGY And PRES. BARACK OBAMA TAMPA --Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy has been invited to join a White House faith-based advisory council. Dungy publicist Todd Starowitz confirmed Tuesday that President Barack Obama had invited the former coach tp join the Advisory Council on FaithBased and Neighbor-hood Partnerships. He said Dungy had not decided whether to accept. _Dungy, who retired from the Colts in January, is a devoted. Christian and was the first Black coach to win the Super Bowl. H e has been invo lved with many charities, including Big Brothers/Bi g Sisters, the prison ministries and loca l food banks. H e previously served on President George W. Bush's Council on Service and Civic Par ticipation. Dungy and his wife, Lauren, attended Obama's inauguration in January, setting off speculation that Dungy would be invite d to work with the administration in some capacity. He said his preference would be working with trou bled youngsters in America. His son, James, committed suicide in late 2005 while attending college in Florida. Michael Vick To Pav Falcons S&.5M MICHAEL VICK FLOWERY BRANCH, GA --Michael Vick has agreed to pay the Atlanta Falcons $6.5 million as part of his bankruptcy case, clearing the way for the team to release him before training camp, a person familiar with the settlement said Tuesday. The person, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the settlement was not being announced publicly, said the payment would go toward settling a bankruptcy claim by the team for salary paid to Vick while he was missing the last two seasons. The settlement was reached ahead of Vick's bankruptcy hearing in Virginia on Thursday. It does not affect the Falcons' claim involving bonuses already paid to the quarterback An arbitrator ruled the team was owed $20 million, a federal judge reduced the award to $3.75 million and the team has appealed to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. A ruling is expected in June. I I I fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout D_l ..... sc-'ou_n_ts_F_o--.r I Sh Sh H d Churches, 1 Snapper nmp eap ea Family Reunions And 1 i Uve' Blue Crabs Large Orders. 1 813.247.5128 i I.-----------------------------..... .. ____ .. Tiger's Bac I BY VAUGHN WILSON Courtesy Capital Outlook Tiger Woods started the final round of the 2009 Arnold Palmer Invitational five strokes behind the leader Sean O'Hair, but put tog ether one of his best closing rounds to win at the final hole. Woods hit a 16foot birdie on the 72nd hol e to finish one ahead of O'Hair. In the words of the great Yogi Berra, "It's like d eja vu all over again." Last year Woods hit a 25-foot putt to make birdie to beat Bart Bryant at the final hol e for a come-from-behind victory there as well. With a fierce storm that passed through Orlando at 6 a.m., play was suspended until nearly 1 p.m. Tourna-. ment organizers sent pairings off both the first and lOth tees and grouped them in threesomes in order to get the round in. ahead of the darkness. Even with the adjustments, it was nearly dark when Woods' final rotation found the bottom of the cup at the 18th hole The delay didn't hurt attendance as the. day was clearly the largest in attendance of the four day tournament. The cheers at the final hole replicated that of a football game with tens of thousands of spectators within 50-100 feet ofthe-.green. Woods looks like the Tiger of old. That's good and bad news for the PGA Tour. The good news is the television ratings when Tiger is in the hunt like Sunday are usually off the charts, no matter what other event is taking place. The "Elite 8" of the NCAA tournament was going on at the time of the golf tournament on Sunday. Tiger's appeal has caused programming TIGER WOODS adjustments by other sports such as the NBA as not to conflict with a Sunday run by Woods. Woods never misses a must-make putt . Sure he misses putts, but he never misses one with the tournament on the line. Everyone had a feeling he was going to make the 16-foot putt. As he started the putt rolling, you could feel and hear the groundswell of energy. With every roll of his signature One golf ball, they crowd got louder. While the putt was on the way, Woods backed-off gathering energy for a monumental celebration. When the putt creeped in the left side, Woods let out a roar worthy of the king of the jungle. In this game, he truly is. Arnold Palmer, the tournaments namesake and host greeted Tiger with an awesome comment. "Your dad would be proud," Palmer uttered. He was referreing to Woods late father, Earl who groomed him for the game mentally and physically. This victory comes just two weeks ahead of the first major tournament of 2009, The Masters. Woods. has won four times there and will certainly be the favorite with this performance. For those nay,sayers who said he wouldn't be the same, he delivered a resounding "I'm back," with his play at Bay Hill. Tiger Woods'-Win Gets Highest TV Rating Since Open NEW YORK--Tiger Woods' victory at Bay Hill has produced the highest overnight television : golf rating since the U.S. Open; Woods made up a fiveshot deficit Sunda:yand won the Arnold. Palmer Invitational with a birdie on the last hole. NBC Sports says the final round drew a 4.9 overnight rating with a 10 share. According -to Nielsen Media Research, that's the highest rating of any golf tqurnament since the U.S.' Open in June. Woods won thattournament in a playoff. 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c:n Sports ('I) ...J a: a. c a: u. c LL c z <( c U) w ::: t-it w > w c w l: U) I' ::: D. z t= w ...J ...J :::J m I ...J w z t= z w en 0 ...J LL ,... w A: Cop Who Stopped NFL Plaver In Hospital lot Resigns OFFICER POWELL RYAN MOATS DALLAS =------T-he police officer who pulled out his gun and threatened an NFL player with jail instead of allowing him inside a hospital where his mother-in-law was dying resigned Wednesday. Officer Robert Powell had been placed on paid leave pending an investigation of the March 18 incident. "I made this decision in the hope that my resignation will allow the Dallas Police Department, my fellow officers and the citizens of Dallas to better reflect on this experience, learn from the mistakes made, and move forward," Powell said in a statement Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers issue d thro u g h his a t torneys. He had stopped Houston Te xans running back Ryan Moats' SUV outside Baylor Regional Medical Center in suburban Plano after the vehicle rolled through a red light. The officer pulled out his gun and threatened Moats with jail as the player and his family pleaded to be allowed to go inside the hospital. Powell continued writing Moats a ticket and lecturing him even after a fellow officer confirmed that Moats' mother-in-law was dying. Jonetta Collinsworth, 45, died of breast cancer before Powell allowed Moats to go inside the hospital. Powell's resignation was first reported by A DallasFort Worth television station. He later issued an apology, and Moats said he would accept it. "I still hope to speak with the Moats family to personally express my deep regret, sympathy, and to apologize for my poor judgment and unprofessional conduct;" he said in the Wednesday statement. He also said he wanted to apologize to his fellow officers. Winfield Joins ESPN As Analvst DAVE WINFIELD BRISTOL, Conn -of Farner Dave Winfield has joined ESPN as a ::Baseba:Il Tonight analyst. Winfield will mainly work Sundays and select Mondays with host Karl Ravech and analysts Peter Gammons and John Kruk throughout the season. Winfield will make his first appearance Sunday before the opening game between Atlanta and Philadelphia. -He played 22 seasons for six teams and was a 12-time AllStar and seven-time Gold Glove winner. He had 3,110 hits and 465 home runs and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001. Burress' Gun Case Postponed PlAXICO BURRESS NEW YORK --A gun possession case against New York Giants star Plaxico Burress was adjourned Tuesday until June unless he -r.eaches a plea agreement with pros_ecutors to resolve the matter sooner. Burress accidentally spot himself in the thigh with unlicensed gun he'q stuffed into his waistband at a Manhattan nightclub last year. Both side. s .agreed to adjourn the case to June 15 following a brief hearing before Judge Michael Yazinsky. Burress' bail was continued Prosecutor John Wolfstaetter told the judge that the prosecution was con tinuing its investigation. Brafman told reporters after the hearing that he had reached no plea agreement with prose<;utors and said discussions were continuing. If the two sides agree, they will not necessarily wait for the scheduled court date, he said. Cincinnati Interested In limited Role For SheHield SARASOTA --The Cincinnati Reds have an interest in free agent Gary Sheffield, but only if he'll accept a limited role. Manager Dusty Baker says that he plans t
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Sports CanTheBucs Land Cutler Rumors have it that quarterback Jay Cutler of the Denver Broncos will be traded. Those same rumors say the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have the inside track in getting Cutler if he is traded. The Bucs have the money and the draft picks needed to put Cutler in a uniform. Those facts, plus the fact that the Bucs do not have a returning starting quarterback makes a trade to the Bucs interesting for Cutler. It is also a good deal for the Bucs because right now there is a lot of uncertainty at the quarterback position. We will see. Sickles' Henson In All-Star Game JOHN HENSON Sickles High School player, John Henson was on national television last Wednesday night playing basketball. The occasion was the annual McDonald's All-American All-Star game. Henson played with the East squad and scored 10-points, had 2 rebounds and two blocked shots. The North Carolina State signee looked good. At one point Henson grabbed a defensive rebound, dribbled length of the court and dunked the ball. Players like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Alonzo Mourning, Shaq O'Neal, among other NBA greats have all played in the prestigious basketball event. Tigers Release Gary Sheffield Former Belmont Heights Little League star Gary Sheffield has been released by the Detroit Tigers. But don't worry about Gary. He will have a team any day now. The Philadelphia Phillies and the Cincinnati Reds have both shown an interest in signing Gary. Even if no team signs Sheffield, there is still no reason to worry. The Tigers are on the hook for $14 million to Gary for this year. Gary wants to play. He has 499 career homeruns. He wants to hit one more to reach the 500 career homerun milestone. Is Tiger Masters Ready? Tiger Woods won the Arnold Palmer Golf Tournament last week for the 6th time. The win was a big confidence booster for Woods. But, the question remains: is Tiger ready for the Masters Tournament that begins next Thursday. Tiger putted exceptionally well at Bay Hill, but he spent three days spraying his driver all over the place. He can't do that at the Masters and win. Tiger is back from knee surgery that kept him sidelined for about nine months. Of course, Tiger has spent the week working-on his driver and fine-tuning his short game. For sure Tiger is one of the tournament favorites. ''The \.-{)ice of Our Conunurtity Speaking j(>r llse (/'1' . Sentinel Bulletin J "' !; (813) 248-1921 Trial Delav For Man Accused Of Shooting NFL Plaver RICHARD COLLIER JACKSONVILLE --A judge has delayed the trial of a man charged with attempted murder in the September shooting of former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Richard Collier. Circuit Judge Mallory D. Cooper scheduled a pretrial hearing for April 21 after the defendant signed a waiver of his right to a speedy trial. Thirty-three-yea r-o I d Tyrone Hartsfield's trial had been scheduled to start April 13. A new start date hasn't yet been set. Hartsfield is charged with shooting Collier 14 times. The former player is paralyzed from the waist down and his left leg was amputated Former NBA Plaver Blount Pleads Guiltv To Drug Possession CORlE BLOUNT HAMILTON, Ohio Former NBA player Corie Blount has pleaded guilty to two felony marijuana posses sion charges in a plea bargain t.hat could land him in prison for up to 10 years. In exchange for his plea, prosecutors on Wednesday dropped two marijuana trafficking charges against the 40-year-old former University of Cincinnati star. Sentencing was set for May 13 in Butler County Common Pleas Court. Blount was arrested Dec. 4 after sheriffs deputies intercepted 11 pounds of marijuana sent to him at a relative's home in southwest Ohio. Th ey l a t e r searche d Blount's home and say they found anoLhe 1 1 8 pounds of' mariJLI:IIl:l. Garnett Shut Down Bv Celtics WALTHAM, Massachusetts --The Boston Celtics are "shutting down" injured star Kevin Garnett because of concerns over his sore right knee. Coach Doc Rivers announced after practice Tuesday that the team would be "shutting down" their star forward after Garnett experienced continued soreness in the knee, first injured on Feb. 19 at Utah. Rivers said Garnett would probably play the last few games of the season to prepare for the playoffs. "After watching him move today, we're just going to shut him down," Rivers KEVIN GARNETT said. "It probably won't be for the year. He'll probably play by the end, last couple of games, or last three games. It's just not progress ing the way we anticipated it would progress. takers' Bvnum Eveing Return; Phil Jackson Dismisses Plavbov Photo CHARLOTTE, NC --Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum's rehab from a torn knee ligament has progressed to smallsided games -and carrying Playboy playmates on his shoulders. 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Funerals ...J a: a. Cemetery. <( Shardai Jackson was born in Cl Tampa, on January 9, 1986. a: She was born to the late, Fay U. Leeks Simmons and Theodore C "Honey" "Rock" Jackson. Z Shardai was educated in the <( Hillsborough County School System and graduated from C Jefferson High School, class of en 2006. She continued her eduW cation at the Tampa ::::> Transitional School where she 1-completed the Macy's Training > Program. She was a member a: of Suncoast Girl Scout Troop #276 and All People's Life w Center After-school Program. Cl Shardai joined Northside M. w B. Church in Tampa, under the :r:: leadership of Rev. Jacob en Jordan and was baptized and :::i converted at an early age. A (C member of the Youth ::::> Department, Shardai loved a. serving in the youth choir. Z Shardai leaves to cherish tij fond memories: her father, ..J Theodore "Honey" Jackson; ..J brother, Michael Leeks; three ::::> sisters, Stephani. e JacksonMoultrie, Shericka Jackson ..J and Jacqueline Coffie-Leeks; W nephew, Eric Leeks; three Z nieces, Zuri Moultrie, Keandra i= Leeks and Tia Leeks; aunts, Z Versia .. and Janie m (Jasper) Sailor,1Quincy,, FL; uncle, Harris, C William Harris, Valdosta, GA; 0: cousins, Roylette Jackson, O Donna Jackson, Lori Jackson, ..J Matthew Harris, Jr., Johnnie u. Sailor and Stella Sailor, and JuJius Braddy; and many other co'usins; best friend, Taukera Oliver; and other sorrowing relatives and friends that include, Carolyn and !loliijt!! familY., I)J elline J;lar.dnett, Meraldine Frankie Jones, Mary Williams, the Northside Church family and the Springhill Church family. f The remains will repose at; Aikens, Funeral Home on Friday, April3, 2009, from 5-8 p.m. and 4, 2009, from. 1-2 p. m. at the church. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING DURING THE SERVICE. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3008 E. 24th Avenue. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 1:45 p. m. on Saturday for the ser-vice. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME <( SERVICE I co ,_. w e, MRS. HAZEL LEE Funeral services for Mrs. Hazel Lee of 504 E. Emily St., who passed away on Saturday, March 28, 2009, will be held Saturday, April 4, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. MLK, Jr. Blvd., with Rev. James Mitchell, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Lee was born February 8, 1926, in Clearwater, to the late Napolean and Susan (Morrow) Demps. She enjoyed reading and gardening. She was preceded in death by: both parents; and a daughter, Donna Griffith. She leaves to cherish fond memories of her: husband of 211/2 years, Kenneth Lee; children, Juliette Pedlar of Lauderhill, FL, Ruth Vaughan, of N. Lauderdale, FL, Phyllis Grant, of Lauderhill, Calvin Lee of Junction City, KS, Junior Lee of Junction City, KS, and Chris Valdez; 12 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren; sister,, Bettie Burnett of Clearwater; sister-in-law, Sweetie Lee; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, April 3, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the chapel at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME SERVICE EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 2301 N. Nebraska Avenue Tampa, FL (813) 224-9557 (Founded On Faith) Deacon Robert L. Stevens Alberta L. Leonard, LFD&E funer.JI Horne 2?os or. Martin Lutflel' Kihg'.lr. arvi:l. Tampa, FL 33610 -Phone. (813) 232-8725 Filx (813) 231-0521 Let Our Family Take "We Are The Key To A Fine And Quality Service MRS. LOUISE LING Homegoing celebration for Louise Ling of 3805 Rivergrove Court, who passed away Friday, March 27, 2009, will be held Saturday, April 4, 2009, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott St., Rev. Dr. T. W. Jerikins, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Louise Ling was born March 22, 1913, in Hampton County, South Carolina, and was a longtime resident of Tampa. She was a member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church. Louise loved cooking, baking, singing and praising the Lord. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Richard Ling, Sr.; son, Ulysses Ling; daughter, Mary Gaines; stepdaughter, Laura Shaw; par.ents, Asberry and Anna Bell Johnson; sister, Mary L. Jenkins; and brothers, Richard Wright and Marion Johnson. She leaves to cherish her memory: son, Richard Ling, Jr. and friend, Beatrice Beal and Helen Jenkins (Roger), NY; grandchildren, Earl Ling, Richard Ling, III (Karrie), SC, Reginald Ling (Sonovia), GA, and Victoria Ling, Laverne Jenkins, Will Jenkins (Evelyn), Robert Jenkins and Cora Carter (like a daughter), all of New York; great grandchildren, Richard, Reginald and Sarah N. Ling, GA, Sara L., and Keiona Ling and AI, Fuquan and Ebonie Lamont, Elisha Jenkins, Alana and Jaden Hughes and Daniel Carter, all of NY, and Laura Pinkett (Dan) of NJ; nieces, Elouise White, Anna Bell Bridgeman, Carrie M. Corbett and Willie, Bertha Vickers and Chuck, Jeanett Johnson, Annie J. Garland, Hattie Jordan, Stella Aiken, SC, Marie Duncan, SC, Minnie Ling and. Irene Snooks (Joe); nephews, Harry Ling (Myrtis), Rev. James Ling (Florence), SC, Gussie Jenkins (Linda), Robert L. Wright, GA, James Wright, GA, and Tommie Edward ; cousin, Clarence and Verde)) Johnson; Usher Board #1, L. Powell,. M. Rutland and The Senior Women aild the entire New Hope M. B. Church family; and a host of o 'ther nieces, cousins :an'd extended family and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening .The funeral cortege will arrange from 3805 Rivergrove Court. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME SERVICE Remember Your Loved Ones With A Memorial Of Distinction From 2.301 N. 401 h Street (813) 238-6531 : L annettesmonument@earthlink net Percy Collins We Provide A l.;arge Selection For Needs ... Bronze Plaques, Headstones, Cornerstones, Signs & Cemetery Lettering Family Owned: Percy Collins, Annette Collins & Michael Colleton We Service The Entire MR. JOHN THOMAS (SNEAKY) FENNELL Homegoing services for Mr. John Thomas (Sneaky) Fennell, who passed away on March 27,.2009, will be held Saturday, April 4, 2009, at 1 p. m. at Oak Hill M. B. Church, 4202 East Palifox Street, Tampa, 33610, with the Pastor, Reverend Victor Ball, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. John Thomas (Sneaky) Fennell was born on July 8, 1945, to parents, John Roger Fennell, Sr. and Nancy Harris in Donalville, GA. He moved to Tampa, in the 6os. His chosen profession was in the agriculture industry with Superior Fertilizer Co. Lykes Bros., from which he retired. His pastime was fishing, cooking and traveling. He was preceded in death by: his parents, John Roger Fennell, Sr. and Nancy Harris; son, Johnny Fennell (who he dearly loved); grandmother, Fannie Harris; father-in-law, James Patterson; mother-inlaw, Pearl Patterson; aunts, Lozeins Johnson, Lousie Johnson, Martha Ruth Harris, Johnnie Mae, Sis . Sharon Johnson and Demiko Williams. He leaves to cherish fond memories: his wife, Annie Fennell; 2 daughters, Loretha Fennell and Ozetha Fennell Williams; 3 grandchildren, Jonisha, Jiren Fennell and Demonjae Williams, all of Tampa; 2 sisters, Mrs. Rose Jackson of Philadelphia, PA, and Mrs. Delois Terry (James) of Albany, GA; brother, John R. Fennell (Doris) of Philadelphia; 2 uncles, Alvin Fennell and Phillip Mills, all of Donalville, GA; sister-in-law, Doris Black; brother-in-law, Williams Thomas, a!l of Tampa; special friend, Mr:s. Patricia Brown; mother-in-law, Mrs. Florine Patterson of Fort, Ganes, GA, Mrs. Mandy Johnson of Tampa; godbrotger; Raymond Freeman godmother, Hattie Nevels; godchildren, Gloriastine William Antwan Owens, Aaron Stanley (Crystal) Tawana Brown and Regina Brown; 40inieces.a nd. 25< nephewst and :a host of great nieces; nephews, cousins and friends of Florida and Georgia; special friends, Jerry Thomas, tHe Burnett, Clark, Dixon and Perkin Families, and Jackson Heights and Lincoln Gardens. Visitation for Mr. John Thomas (Sneaky) Fennell will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Friends are asked to meet at the church at 12:45 p. m., Saturday afternoon. A HARMON BURIAL "A Family Friend In Their Time Of Need 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner Homegoing services for Mr. Albert James Harris will be held this April 4, 2009, at 2 p. Jn. at Agape Ministries of God in Christ, 51112 N . 34th Street, Tampa, 33610, at 2 p. m. with Pastor A. L. Wingfield, officiating. Interment will fellow in" Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Albert James Harris was born to parents,-Mr. and Mrs. Jessie and Bessie Mae Harris on August 3, 1924, in Valdosta, Georgia. He was a very neat and snazzy dresser. Mr. Harris also was a Mason before joining the Jehovah Witness Church. He was a member of the AME Methodist Faith. He educated himself and was married three times. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Mrs. Bessie Mae Harris; sister, Mae Frances Harris Day; brother, Ezekiel Harris; first wife, and his thil d wife of 26-years, Mattie Hanis; and son, Albert Harris, Jr. He leaves to mount his memory: sister, Mmy I. Jackson of St. Petersburg; son, Chal'les Harris, St. of Clearwater; grandsons, Charles Harris, Jr. of Clearwatet, At1hur H;uTis of Daytona Beach, and Howard Harris of Chicago, Illinois, and Jerome Gordon of Orlando; daughters, Ethel Col'ine of Phoenix, Arizona, Ellen Valencia Harris Wagner of Anniston, Alabama, Mary Gibson of Daytona Beach, and Herreine Gordon of Ol'lando; and ntany ntore grands, nieces, and nephews; devoted nephew, Elmore Singe1 and wife, Donna of Clearwater; his barber, Mr. Lester Mackey; barbers from the Beauty School, Mrs. Brown, manager; Sharon McNiel and Paul McNeil; and his legal guardian, Alice Givens; special acknowledgement to Liberty Senior Cate, Dr. D. Eschebasher and staff; Save Rite & Walgreen Pharmacy. Visitation for Mr. Albert J. Harris will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at Harm'on Funeral Home, 5002 N . 40th Street. Friends are asked to meet atc'tht(Church at 1:45 p. m., A HARMON Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers

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Funerals BRO. KIRBY E. WAlTS Homegoing for Bro. Kirby E. who passed away on March 2 .2, 2009, will be ljeli:l Saturday, April 4 2009, Highland Avenue Church of Christ, 2800 N. Highland Avenue and Gladys Street at 11 a. m., Bro Darryl Beasley, pastor, and Brother Joe Lowe, minister, officiating. Interment with military honors will follow on Monday, April 6, 2009, at 11 a. m. in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, Florida. Sergeant Kirby E. Watts born January 22, 1952, tn Tampa, to the parents of Isaee Watts and Mable Catopore. He was a Vietnam veteran, and other wartime conflicts. Bro. Kirby Eugene Watts retired from the United States Army after more than twenty years of service. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted wife, Mrs. Betty Watts; 2 sons, Kevin and Keitg Watts; 3 step-gtanddaughters; son-in-law, Ramon and Sharon Mitchell; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; and host of loving friends; special friends, Bro. Cole Bell, Bro. Charles Harris, Bro. Clarence Bess and the entire brotherhood; (Loving Church Family Highland Avenue Church of Christ.). Bro. Watts became a member of the Church of Christ on June 9, 2001 under Bro. L. Trone, Jr. and remained fatthful under Bro. Darryl Beasley. Bto. Watts was active in the church with the nursing home communion ministry; he was a new convert teacher. Visitation for Bro. Kirby E Watts will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at Highland Avenue Church of Christ. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. in. Friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL JOSEPH C. BOZEMAN, SR. Mr. Joseph C. Bozeman, Sr., (J. C.), beloved husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on Saturday, March 28, 2009, at the Melech Hospice House, Tampa. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, April 4, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Bethel A. M. E. Church, 5001 Cumberland Drive, with Reverend Beverly Lane, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. J. C. was born on July 27, 1924, in Monticello, FL, to Robert and Annie Bozeman. After the death of his mother, he-was raised by his aunt and uncle, Thomas and Emma Turner. He attended Howard Academy and .graduated from high school in 1942. During his school years, he met his future wife, Hazel Wynn. They were joined in holy matrimony on March 7, 1942, and were married for 67 years. J. C. served in the United States Army from June 10, 1943 through December 8, 1945, and was a vetera!l of World War II. He earned four battle stars for combat action. Afte1 the war, J. C. and his family moved to Tampa. .J. C. worked for Gateway F1;eight Company (formerly Tamiami Freight) for 29 outstanding years and tetired in 1982 as a tetminal manager. During his career, he earned the JH'ofessional T1uck Driver Safe Driving Award fo1 20 and 24 years of extraordinary safe and efficient driving. J. C. was a loyal and dedicated member of the htternational Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local #79, for over 29 years. J. C. was a community advocate and contributed his time and expeitise with assisting his' neighbors in the Lincoln. Gardens Community, where he was a homeowner for over 6o years. His spirit of strength and support will be missedbyall.!. :'. .:; ;, .. ,y .J; C; is survived by: his wife, Hazel; his daughters, Gwendolyn Bates (James) of Hudson, NH, .Mildred Sturks. of T.a1111p a and. Dianne Kelly (A11drew) ofMiddletown, CT; his son, Joseph, Jr. (Gail) of Laurel, MD; seven granddaughters and six great grandchildren; two brothers and one prov est stan in funeral services for over 70 years Ray Willia ms Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: 13) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij net sister; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, April 3, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Please consider making a memorial contribution in J. C. Bozeman, Sr.'s name to the Alzheimer's Association. Online condolences may be submitted to www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. WILLIE NICHOLS, SR. 'BILL' Mr. Willie Nichols, Sr., "Bill", of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2009, at the home of his son, Jamillah Nichols, Sr. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, April 4, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, witg Minister Jamillah Nichols, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Nichols was a native of .Lawtey, Florida, and a resident of Tampa for many years. He was preceded in death by his father, Reverend Sye Johnson. He leaves behind to cherish his memories: his children, Gina Bryant (Tim) of Flint, MI, Theodore Nichols of Tampa, Willie Nichols, Jr. (Tonya) of Orlando, Nichols (Tonya) of Fhnt, MI, Pathema Gilbett (Dennis), Selphenia Simmons (Larry), Jamillah Nichols Sr. (Viola), Kayetrenia Wilantae and Aladin Bryant, all ofTampa; his devoted mother, Mary Johnson of Tampa; his godchildren, Wilhemina Jones and Joseph Wheele1, both of Tampa; and he will be missed greatly by his grandchildren, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren; lifelong friend and former wife, Lillie Nichols of Tampa; companion, Rutha "Pat" Doe, and a host of other relatives. and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p m. Fl'iday, April 3, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Jlome, 3,0.1, .. ... ,:: Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners .. :,,.,.,.; :.::hi-1 '! _,. ,, ); -,.,: Sentinel Bulletin MR. JOHNNY CHARLES NUNN Mr. Johnny Charles Nunil, 49, of 1905 Delaware Street, Tampa, passed away Wednesday, March 25, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, April 4, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Zion Church of Holiness, 1475 N. Nebraska Avenue, with Apostle Cynthia Forde, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Nunn was a native and lifelong resident of Tampa, and graduated from Robinson High School, Class of 1978. He was employed as a Steward at Hyatt Regency Downtown Tampa for many years until he retired. Mr. Nunn was a D. J. for Albany Lounge spinning great oldies but goodies. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Geneva) Nunn, Sr.; grandparents, Leather (Annie) Curington, Robert Nunn, Sr., Alberta (Leroy) Plummer; uncles, Percell, Alphonso+ Louis Curington, Robert (Fred) (Doretha) Nunn, Leroy and Edmond Plummer and Johnnie Wright; cousins, Louis (Boo Boo), Delores (Sister), Craig Curington, Herman Telfair, Jr., Tyrone Plummer; and a dear friend, Craig. He also leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted aunt (like a mom), Lacy Curington Wright; two caring and loving sisters, Cassandra (Deacon Maurice) Tucker and JoAnn (Curtis) Marshall; two caring and loving brothers, Eugene Nunn, Jr. (Ruby) and Alonzo Nunn (Michelle); precious and loving nieces, Maureen Tucker, Tamara Moore, DeAndra C Marshall, Jessica and Brittney Nunn, Sharonda Glenn (Piggy) and Jaquita Walker; devoted nephews, Maurice N. Tucker (fiancee, Tina) .Curtis Marshall, Ill, Antonio, Travis, Eugene, III (Peanut) Nunn, Demetrius Ward, Steven R. Hardy, Sr. and Marquis Devlin (Smurf); grand nieces, Stevondria Monique, Sybrice, Stevaria (Sugga), Candra Lacy, Marquavia, Stezaria (China) and Kaniya; grand nephews, Mikea; special aunts, Kalvama and Delgrettia Curington and Shirley Plummer; special ,cousins, AliJQonsQ Thomas, Robert (Pop) (Diane) Nunn, Cynthia (Renee) Govantes, Alfred Nunn, Sheryl Plummer, Bobby (Miriam)_ Massey, Vida Plummer, Jorice Plummer, SteFani Curington, Gregory (Brendolyn) CUIington, Sharon (Oliver) Lewis, Ronnie Currington, Wayne Curington, Kaye (Littleton) Long, Deb1 a Telfair Cooper, E -ddie (Geraldine) Nunn, Herman (Mattie) Telfair, Ollie Blanchett; families, Nunn, Brooks, Campbell, Guzman, Curington, Edward Moses, Jr., Charles and Aline Robinson and the Moore family; devoted friends, Jackie Christian, Joseph B1annon, Sinclair Lucas, Charles Farrington, Joe Simmons, 0 Robert Earl Taylor, Mike -Goyens, Nancy Craig, Veronica l> Nunn, Sybil Tucker, "'C and Julius, Franklin famtly, ::C and the families of Central I Park Village Projects; and a host of other sorrowing rela-1\) tives and friends. g The remains will repose after (0 5 p. m. today, April 3, 2009, at RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. AMOS ROBINSON, JR. Mr. Amos Robinson, Jr., Tampa, passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2009. The funeral service will be conducted Saturday, April4, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Elder Charles Davis, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Robinson was a native of Picayune, Mississippi, and a resident of Tampa for 19 years. He attended public schools in Picayune, Mississippi, and was a member of St. Paul A. M. E. Church of Picayune, Mississippi. He was last employed as a loader/forklift operator at Seaboard Terminals. Mr. Robinson served in the U.S. Army for 13 years. His duties were Officers Record Clerk and Ammunition Supply Sergeant. He leaves to cherish his memory: son and two daughters, Adrian, Andrea, and Aryesia Robinson; one granddaughter, Logan Robinson; mother of his children I past companion and friend, Valerie Robinson, and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, April 3, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. local news education ,,, religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 ., r-0 c )> CJ) m z ::j z m r-' aJ c: r rm ::j z "'C c: aJ !: CJ) :I: m 0 m < m ::c -< -t c: m CJ) c )> z 0 ., ::c 0

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Funerals/Memoriams MRS. ERNESTINE ROGERS Mrs. Ernestine Rogers of 1701 W. St. John Street, passed away Friday, March 27, 2009. Homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, April 4, 2009, at 1 p. m. at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2002 N. Rome Avenue Reverend Dr. C. T. Kirkland' pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. 0 Mrs. Rogers was a native of a: Thomasville, Georgia, and a LL resident of Tampa for'84 years. 0 She was educated by St. Peter z Claver Catholic School and < Hillsborough County Public > Schools. She was a graduate of member of Mt. Pleasant M. B. 1-Church and was very active in > the church until her health a: began to fail. She was W employed as an Elevator > Operator and .Salesperson at W Department Store for 0 many years, the Barnett Bank for a number of years and also en at GTE as a Shopman Phone :::; Repairman, where she retired. m She was preceded in death by: :::> her father; her mother, Susie a. Baker; stepfather, Lucas z Baker; aunts, Rosa Smith, i= Frances Williams, Lizzie Gatlin W and Leola Gatlin; uncles, Frank ::j Gatlin, James S. Gatlin, Sr. and :::> Melvin Gatlin;.grandparents m Charlie Gatlin and _:, Gatlin; cousins, Geraldine w Streeter Oike a sister), Charlie z Williams, Willie Hill and i= James S. Gatlin, Jr. z She leav'es to cherish her W son, Rogers en (Lmda); step grandson, Tito < Fuentes; step great grande daughter, Brittany Fuentes; a: aunt, Easter Mae Gatlin 0 cousins, Delores -' (Eathom), Robert Gatlin LL (Clarice) of Houston TX Bon.nie Crews Jamc{! McCaskill (Louis) of Quincy,. FL, Shirley Williams, Sandra Lovelace, Marva Floyd Aialee Hill and Evelyn Gatlin; fa_mily, l.illie c. Bryant,' Anita Howard Jeanette Davis (Maurice): Raymond McCloud. (Juanita), Rudolph McCloud, Berriard McCloud, Odell Allen, Sonja' Allen, Craig Reese, .R.a.ndy Reese, Ivan Reese, Ci"ndy Henry (Louis), Sherry Hall (David) of'Katy, TX, Lespy Nelson, Sr., Dr. Lespy Nelson, Jr. (Pocahontus), Dr. Deborah Nelson, Reverend Benjamin Nelson, Michael Nelson Kenneth Nelson, Ricky of Goldsboro, NC, Wendall Nelson of Deltonia, FL, Karen Nelson of Anchorage AK Sharon Nelson oi Cecelia Lawson (Ted) of St: < Petersburg, Catherine Murphy (George), Vickie Osborne 0 (Michael) of Deltonia, Yvette N Thomas, Bernadette Nelson of W New York, NY, Jeanette Davis 0 (Maurice, Sr.} of Lakeland If Betty Jo Hayes, Ingrid O'Neai (Clarence) of Triangle, VA, and Clifford Brady (Saundra) of West Palm Beach, FL; co-workersat GTE; Hospice Silver Team; friends, Christine Hardwick of Atlanta, GA, Leota Taylor and the entire church family of Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p m. Friday, April 3, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MRS. WINIFRED CARTER WHIGHAM 'GRAND LADY' Mrs. Winifred Carter Whigham, "Grandlady" of 3919 W. Arch Street, passed away Saturday, March 28, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, April 4, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church, 1902 W. LaSalle Street, with Reverend James C. Givins, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Whigham was a native and lifelo?g resident of Tampa, born Aprd 8, 1939, to Bernice Mcintosh Barnett and Richard Carter. She was a graduate of George S. Middleton High School and Florida A&M University. Mrs. Whigham was a faithful member of Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church for 50+ years. She ":or ked. for various hospitals, Lily White and St. Joseph's and was employed by the Hillsborough County Health Department for 33 years. During her years with the Health Department she became the first Black Nurse Prllctitioner in the State of Florida. She was a member of the Florida Nurses Association. She leaves to cherish her memory: her hildren, daughter, Harriett C;u:t_er-Manning (Clyde) of Tampa; son,.Andrew Whigham, III (Deardra) of Dallas, Texas; grandchildren Gavin Carter of Tallahassee' Andrew Whigham, IV, and Carrington Whigham of Ditllas Texas; sisters, Mary (Curtis), Rev. Beverly Lane and Ramo.na ScJ:l,uler; .n1eces, .. ilaley (Andrew) and Mincy Dixon nephews, Curtis J.ane III, and Curran Lane, all of Tampa godchildren, Andrea (Charles) and Taushi Maultsby, all of Tampa; longtime friend Steven Wilson, Sr.; and a host of devoted.friends, nurses classmates, church and co-workers of Hillsborough County Health Department. The remains will 1epose from 6-8 p. m. today, April 3, 2009 at Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church' 1902 W. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern Owners. MR. JAMES THOMAS, SR. Homegoing celebration for Mr. James Thomas, Sr. of 5830 Langston Drive, who passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2009, will be held Saturday April 4, 2009, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Blvd., Dr. Sam Maxwell, Pastor-Teacher Minister Dwayne Sanders Sr.' officiating, Interment will be made in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida on Monday April 6, 2009, at 1 p. m. He was preceded in death by: his parents, George and Nellie Thomas; grandson, Jason granddaughter, Ch1ffon Thomas; a sister, Margaret Dunbar; brothers, Dave Thomas, Price Thomas and J. C. Thomas; and good talking buddies, Woodrow Steplight, Sr. and Earl McGriff. He will be missed by his wife Lillie Thomas of Tampa; daughter, Carolyn (John) Thomas and son, James (Sharon) Thomas, Jr. of Bradenton; stepchildren Barbara (Jacob) Hunt, (Donald) McClarty, Shirley (Waymon) Saffore and Marvin Kinsey; 22 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, 6 great, great grandchildren; sisters Essie Stepligh t, Burdgess, Eliza McGriff and Connie Ford; sisters-in-law Martha Kinsey, Viola (Joe) Hughes and Judy Hughes brothers-in-law, (Catherine) Leonard, Thomas (Joy) Leonard and Moses Jenkins; a host of nieces nephews, cousins and sorrowing relatives and friends a?d far; who include speCial fr1ends, Jerry Steplight Percy Hamilton, Gordon and Gladys Birkett, Richard Myrick, Herbert Bolan Johnny Campbell and David B:unt. A native of Palmetto, FL, Mr. Thomas grew up in Manatee He served in Vte u.S. Army during the Korean War and was the recipient of the Purple Heart. Mr. a member of First Baptist Church of Progress Village. He was employed'. by Florida Steel as a truck for 'than 35 years, prior to retirement. Mr Thomas was one of the original founders of the "Friendly Fifteen" Club. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the fami'Iy will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. on Friday, April 3, 2009 at Wilson Funeral Home, N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m. Saturday. . "A WILSON SERVICE" Support The Florida nel Advertisers ALLEN K. WILDER April1, 1990 In loving memory of my husband, who God called home 20 years ago. Sadly missed by: wife, Sarah; brother, daughter and grands. Your wife, Sarah. HAPPY22ND BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM WILLIE CHERRY, III It's been one year since the Lord called you home. Memories of you will live forever in our hearts. You're truly still loved, we miss you beyond words, beyond tears. Harvey, Mom, A. C., Ashley, Cierra, your Iii man Willie Cherry, IV, family and friends. Wil-LIAM ItP_ PKINS, JR. "BILLY'' It's been one(i) year and we miss you very much. Love, family and friends . The Hopkins. IN MEMORIAM CHARLES HUBBERT January 17, 1955-March 30, 2005 Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. Matthew 5:4. "Charles," it seems-like yesterday -but 4 years have passed w:ith you as a "missing link" in the family. Your "memories" will never fade away and our "love" fo1 you is never ending. One day, we will meet you on that "other shore" and greet you with joy everlasting. The Hubbert family and friends. Family Owned & Operated Everett-Den & AndersonFuner-al--Home 5117 North 22nd Street .f-NH? n 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our Family Can Meet Your Family's Needs CRISIS l'IUMAOON JOHN HARMON LFD.813 HARMON 5002 N. 40th Street Tam a Florida 33610 D

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Memoriams/Cards Of Thanks BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM EVELY,N PRESTON There's magic in a Mother's touch, and sunshine in her smile. There's love in everything she does to make our lives worthwhile. We canfind both hope and courage just by looking in her eyes. Her laughter is a source of joy; her works are wm'lll and wise. Th,ere -is a kindness and compassion to be found in her embrace, and we see the light of heaven shining from a Mother'sface. You've been gone for a while but NEVER EVER forgotten. We love you mom and kiss Alex for us. Your children, Kenneth, Reginald, Nora, John, Veronica, Sharron and May Pearl; grandchildren and great grandchildren. -. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Howard Anthony Williams, Sr., who passed away 1 year ago, Aprilstg. Words cannot explain how we miss you. We are stHI remembering you and the wonderful times we had together. Sadly missed by: mom, Lillian; sisters, Birdie and Betoria; brother, Harold Williams; daughter, Kim; grandchildren; and niece, Raquel. IN LOVING MEMORYOF BURDINE March 18, 1928. March 24, 20'o6 We knew neither the day, nor the hour, not even our last moment with her. But we th_ a-hk the Lord for the predo.us moments of joy and love stored away in our. hearts and memories. We love and miss her ... From her children, son, Edward (Stella) Kinne} and daughter, Mary L. Kinnel, Dawson, GA. From all of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. .(813) 248-1921 ; BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR.LEONE. WILLIAMS, SR. 4/2/51-7/t6/o8 This is the day the Lord has made, we celebrate your birthday as well as the moments we shared witg you. We all miss you. Ldve always: wife, Veronica; sons, Ieeon, Jr., Anthony and Alvin; grands, family and friends. NATHANIEL O'NEAL, b.k.a., YOGI Well, what an anniversary. I can' t say it' s a happy one because you're not here. with me. But your family loves you so much and misses you so much, and I do, too. And your kids miss you as well. I love you, Bo'o; Your big sis, Trish O'Neal and AC. Be good in heaven. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM. MRS. WILLIE B. BROCK Happf birthday Mother. April ts was your birthday. We all miss you and love you. From, your chifdren, grands. and otherfamily members 'and fril!nds. We'll always lovd you. CARD OF THANKS REV. THEODIS GOGGINS, JR. We, the family of late Rev. Theodis Goggins, Jr., would lil to leam ho\\ we c;m serYe you turthcr. FUNERAL HOME 3000 N 29th St. Tampa, Fl33605 (800)605-3350. (813)248-6125 "TT JJ 0 }< l> "'0 JJ r w 1\.) 0 0 <0 "TT r-0 l::J : 0 )> en m z m r;IJJ c: r rm ::! z "'C c: IJJ en ::1: m c m < m l::J -< c: m en c )> z c "TT l::J c G') m I\) .... I )>

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(1) 0 0 C\1 M' ...J a: a.. a: w > w c w ::I: C/) :::i m ::I a.. z i= w ..J ..J ::I m I ..J w z i= z w C/) < 0 a: 0 ...J LL. < I C\1 C'\1 w 0 Cards Of Thanks/Mem. Service THANK YOU RETIRED M/SGT JOSEPH CROMPTON, JR. The family of Retired M/Sgt. Joseph Crompton, Jr., would like to thank you for all the cards, flowers, food, phone calls and other expressions oflove. We "never could have made it without you." Special thanks to the Bay Area Church of Christ, The James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of AKA, Woods and Wanton Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers, The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, Joe and Bal Manuel for years of support and the McCullough and Debose families. CARD OF THANKS ClARENCE THOMAS HOARD We would like to thank everyone for your prayers support during our bereavement in the loss of a loving father, son, brother, uncle and friend. We would like to extend a special thanks to: Pastor Bryant Fayson and St. Paul AME Church1 International Masons an d OES, the Hillsborough County Chapter Charmettes, Inc., and Ray Williams Funef.al THANK] YOU MOTHER VERNAL TROUPE Eccl. 3:1,3 -To everything there is a season and a time for every matteJ" undeJ" heaven ... a time to heal. May God richly bless each of you for all your love and kindness shown to us during our time of bereavement. With sincere gratitude, from our hearts to yours, the Troupe Family. MEMORIAL SERVICE BEATRICE JUANITA 'JOHNSON t/29/1964-3/t/2009 Beatrice was born on January 29, 1946, in Tampa to Frank Pittman and Myrtle Lee Reed. She was preceded in death by: her parents; grandparents, Annie and Luther (Red) Joh"'son; brother-in-law, Terrance Thomas; uncles, Otis Johnson and Jimmy Tucker; aunts, Beatrice Tucker and Estella Johnson; and cousin, Loretta Johnson. A memorial service will be held at "Cristina Camp" Riverview YMCA, 9840 Balm Riverview Road, Riverview, 33569. .. . . Horne. ;-.: J ;{,.-' Please continiieto in your prayers. The Family. .,_) F l :> H [; A (813) 248-1921 Local 22nd Street Business co-owner Alleges Abuse Bv OHicers On Wednesday afternoon, Tampa P olice QUAD Squad members arrived at a bu s iness located at 4108 North 22nd Street East Tampa C ustom s The business i s a vehicl e body and paint shop. District III Commander, Major Gerald Honeywell said according to his officers, they went to th e bus iness to a rr est Marterrence Holloway, 29. Maj. Honeywell said Holloway was being sought on outstanding warrants. H e a lso said probable cause had been established for hi s officers to inspect vehicles at the busine ss based on previous complaints "When my officers went into the business to arrest Holloway, they were confronted b y Ernest Gilliard, 30 "Gilliard got into a verbal dispute with one of the officers, the officer attempted to move him out of the way so they could check the vehicle identification numbers on vehicles parked inside and outside the shop, and the verbal dispute continued Maj. Honeywell said the officer attempted to move Gilliard out of the way when he allegedly slapped the officer's hand away. "That's when he was tased and arrested on charges of resisting arrest without violence and battery on a law enforcement officer "Gilliard had been told several times by the officers to allow them to check the YIN numbers on the vehicles at the business and he was not allow ing them to do that." National MARTERRENCE HOLLOWAY ..... said he thinks he's being harassed by police Community act1 v1st, Michelle Williams, who had just arrived when the officer tased Gilliard, said in her opin ion it wasn't necessary "What I saw was the young man waling away from an officer and being tased. Anything that h appened before that, I know nothing about. However, I did. capture the incident with Gilliard on my phone." On Thursday Ms. Williams went before the Tampa City Council to demand action be taken against the officer and that all police officers working in urban areas be retrained. Hplloway said he opened his business November 2008, and allows kids in the area to earn money by cleaning up washing cars, and other small jobs. "I even take them on outings like barbecues and to the beach I just want to keep them off the streets I've been there and done that, so I know the dangers they're up against. "Since I first opened, it seems police come by twice a Obama Gives The Queen 01 England An I Pod President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle met with Britain's Queen Elizabeth H and Prince Philip at Buckingham Palace. Well it' s better than giving h er a bunch of DVD s that don't work. President Obama went t o the Buckingha m P a lace in London where he and First Lady Michelle had a lovely t ea with the Queen of England The pr ess corps from both s ides of the Pond was paying close attention to this meeting After all, it was another gift exchange. Something the president didn't do too well the l as t time out. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown gave Obama an ornam ental pen holde r carved from th e timbe rs of th e HMS Gannet -an anti-slave ship from the 1800s. President Obama, on the other hand, treated the gift exchange like a Secret Santa party forking over a bunch of American movies on DYDs. If that wasn't bad enough, it turns out they didn't work So what do you give a Queen? Turns out she's pretty hip In fact she owns a Wii. ERNEST GILLIARD . ... feels he was physically and verbally abused by the officers week, saying they've gotten a complaint about something going on here. It's just an excuse for them to harass me and try to shut me down ." Gilliard sa id of him being / tased, he never saw it coming. "One of the officers wanted to check the YIN number on a car I had just painted and I was trying to tell him that when he got verbally abusive with me I told him I didn t like the way he was talking to me. He pushed me out of the door to the shop, and that's when I just put my hands behind my back. "He tased me and then told me he was taking me to jail for obstruction. When he removed the prongs, he told me I was. being charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest without violence Ms. Williams accompanied Gillliard to the Tampa Police Department's Internal Affairs Division so he could tile a complaint against the officers Episcopal Minister Defrocked After Becoming A Muslim SEATTLE, WA Ann H ' o 1 m e s Redding has what could b e called a crisis of __ faiihs. Ann Holmes Redding says she sees no contradiction in being both a Christian minister and a Mu s lim For nearly 30 years, Redding has be e n a n ordained mini ste r in the Episcopal Church : He r priest hood ended Wednesday when she was defrocked. The reason ? For the pa s t three years Redding has .been both a practicing Christian and a Muslim Redding said her conversion to Islam was sparked by an interfaith gathering she attended three years ago During the meeting, an imam demonstrated Muslim chants and meditation to the group Redding said the beauty of the moment and the imam's humbleness before God stuck with her.

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Crime Investigators Charge Man With sening Fire At Park CHARLES ROBERTS Investigators with the Tampa Fire Marshals Office have arrested Charles E. Roberts, 50, charging him with second-degree Roberts is alleged to have set a fire at Copeland Park on March 20th. On the above date, Tampa Fire Rescue units responded to Copeland Park at 6:20 p. m and found a wooden deck on fire. It took them an hour to put the fire out. Investigators determined the fire was intentionally set. Damages were estimated to be about $1,000 There was the danger the brush fire could have spread from the park to nearby houses causing more property damage, but fortunately fire crews kept the flames from spreading too far. Roberts was arrested Tuesday, charged with intentionally setting a trash can on fire on the deck. The fire spread causing the property damage. One Man Arrested, Two Being sought In Robberv ALFRED MORRIS ..... in custody PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies are asking the public for help in locating the suspects in a Largo armed robbery and barricade incident Tuesday morning. Deputies responded to a robbery in progress at the Detail Depot, 1646 Tilley Avenue at 9:34 a.m. They reported that two men had entered the business, robbed the victims at gunpoint and fled. Witnesses told deputies they saw the suspects run around the back of the business and jump into the back of a truck driven by a third suspect, now identified as Alfred Morris, Jr., 23. The three fled the scene, but were later spotted in the area of 113th and Gooden Crossing and seen entering a home on Crosby Street. Deputies approached the home, ordered the suspects BRANDON BENNETT ..... being sought out, and only Morris com plied M .orris was arrested for driving with a suspended license Additional charges may be fil e d later. The two remaining suspects were believed to have barricaded themselves in the home and the SWAT Team was called. Several attempts were made to establish communication with the suspects. The SWAT Team entered into the home 8:30 p.m. and the suspects were not inside. One suspect was identified as Brandon Bennett, 18. Probable cause for his arrest has been established for 2-counts of armed rob bery. Anyone with information as to his whereabouts is asked to contact Detective Keith Johnson at the Robbery/Homicide Unit, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS. Armed Bank Robben Under lnvesligalion PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriffs Office Detectives are investigating an armed bank robbery that occurred Tuesday evening at the Wachovia Bank, 1551 South Belcher Road According to detectives, the suspect entered the bank and demanded cash from a teller at gunpoint. The teller complied and the suspect fled the bank in a red vehi cle. The suspect is described as a Black male in his mid-30s, 5'8" and 6 feet tall, weighing 160 pounds. Burglars caught On Video UNCLE SANDY 2,8,9, 11 We need tohelp each other 12,13,20,22 to get through this depression. 30,32,40,41. Man Beaten, Robbed At Grevhound Station STEVEN WRIGHT ORLANDO--Robbers may be preying on passengers at an Orlando Greyhound bus station. One victim who was moving back home and lost everything he owned. ., Jl 0 )> "tJ ::::tJ r w 1\) 0 0 CD ., r-0 ::rJ 0 )> The bus depot on John Young Parkway just happens to be down the street from the sheriffs office. Steven Wright, 20, had just gotten there after a 23-hour overnight bus ride from Huntsville, Alabama. way, twice, but never showed. Wright said a guy who was picked up by the security cameras at the Greyhound bus station struck up a conversation with him and eventualiy offered him a ride. CJ) "He seemed like a nice guy, like he wouldn't bother :::! nobody," Wrjght said. Z But Wright said they walked quite a while on m Arlington Avenue, just off C:: r John Young, without get-r Wright. had no sleep, had broken up with his girlfriend and was moving back in with his family. His brother was supposed to be there to pick him up. ting to the car. He noticed !:!l someone was following them z Wright said he was tired and he was sad and he just wanted to get home. His brother said he was on the and then it happened. Wright didn't try to fight back told them to take what they and they did, including all his money, $450, his portable Playstation and games and his clothes E BAILBONDS Free Services Offered Tq Client" Refferrals Referrals for Treatment Re-establishing Convicted Felons Votii1g Rights (813) 664-0404 5005 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. ( 1 block nr50th 5118 N. 56th St. Suite 213 Tampa, FL 33610 24 Hour Service 813-231-BOND ( :::> (l(l_;) Fast Confidential Sen,ice 56th Street, Ste. 13 -=-= Open 2Citours LL 7 Days A Week BONDS We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won't Have To Sit" Darrell Ingram ()vvner "'C c: m !: CJ) J: m 0 m < m oooi c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 ., ::::tJ 0

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links Host Reception For Joi Gordon The Tampa Chapter of Links, Inc., held a reception recently for their visiting Link member, Joi Gordon. Link Joi is the Executive Director of Dress For Success Worldwide. She was in town as the guest speaker at a luncheon honoring Tampa Dress for Success founder, Pat Ellington. Link Joi was a former prosecutor in New York before becoming the E.D. of the New York pro gram of Dress for Success in 1999. In 2002, she became the worldwide director. The reception was held during the regular monthly meeting of the women who participate in "Dress For Success" and are members of PWG. Many of them attended the reception/meeting. Katie McGill is the director of the local organization Link Patsy Greene is a board member. (Photography by Brunson). Links Gloria Andrews, F1ances Sykes, Teny Taylor, Joi Gordon, guest ofhon01, Janice Carter Collier, Patsy Greene, Joan Dawson, Kay And1ews, and Pat Miles were in attendance-at the 1eception. Link members who attended but a1e not pictured were: Links Yolanda Anthony, Nancy Andrews, Sonja Garcia, Ellie Gilde1, and VerneJ
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0') Local M ..J a: a. <( 'Pastors On Patrol' Outraged Over Man's Sentencing > <( c a: LL Pastors On Patrol, an organization that consists of area clergy who counsel young men and women unjustly tried and convict ed, will be hosting a C ommunity Seminar on Thursday, April 2nd at Beulah Baptist Church, 1006 West Cypress Street. The main topic of the will be t4e recent sentencing o f Eddie Darien. DR.W.JAMES FAVORITE point out the injustice he felt was served in his case. EDDIE DARIEN Attorney) Mark Ober. There seems to be a plan to put Black men in jail no matter what. On December 1 6 2007, Darien, 6 4, was involved i n an accident with Melvin Ortiz. According to reports, Ortiz ran a red light at Cypress and Lois, striking the vehicle occu pied by Darien and a pas senger. After the accident, Ortiz fled, and later caused u. another accident when he C collided with another vehiz <( Last Tuesday, Darien was sentenced to 34 months in Florida Sate Pri son o n his charges. Darien has contacted "Pastors On Patrol" to assist him as he sought to clarify what he first deemed a misunderstand ing "Eddie Darien had five witnes s es in c ourt to dis pute the testimony of Ortiz. Ortiz had one witness, and from the way things turned out, that's all he needed. Darien's wit nesses weren't allowed to be heard c CJ) w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en de. The driver of that vehi-de was injured Ortiz was not charged in either accident. However, because Darien pursued Ortiz after the first accident and allegedly struck him with his vehicle, he was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. "This sounds like the Jennifer Porter case all over again. She hit four children, killed two of them, and never spent one day in jail. I didn't kill anyone and look at what they're doing to me." Dr. Favorite said Pastors On Patrol, the NAACP and COACH Foundation are outraged over what's happening to Black men in the judicial system. :::i Since that time, Darien Dr. W. James Favorite said they all feel Darien got a bum deal. "I've already got calls into Julianne Holt's office ) Mark Ober's office, and anyone else involved in this case. We want a n ew had been waiting for his a. day in court so he could prove his innocence and w The judge was too punitive as well as (State ..J ..J :::> rc I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...1 LL. rc I C\1 w &PARNELL, PA r ATTORNEYS AT LAW A P Gl BBS. ESQ. MATTHl W KOCHEVAR. ESQ THOMAS E. PARNELL ESQ PE. RSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK. MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDE NTS. SUP AND f All, NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACT I CE. ALL SER[OUS INJURlE S (813) 975--4444 --800--711--5452 WWW.G I BBSANDPARNELL.COtv\ OUR FIRM IS RATE D "AV" BY MAR TINDAlE-HUBBEll, THE HIGHES T RATI N G fOR LEGA L A BILITY AND ETH ICAL S TANDARD, WORLDWIDE. Tire f{A !-<.''l( I'Cr 1 -'i Jn /mpor1m11 {);.si..:ir m Thut Should : Yo! Re .SII('C'ly Upon }im Ask U-. Ti1 Sarti >lJit FREE ff'; ill.:u l ujOrnwt/tm Ah<.1ut Our An: i F.xperlent:v trial for Brother Darien before he's transferred. wasn't he charged?" "I think the entire system is failing us terribly. The key is Darien didn't receive a fair trial. Both of the charges against Ortiz were thrown out without anyone testifying. He caused one accident, left that scene, and caused a second accident. So, why Dr. Favorite said they are supporting Eddie Darien and they are ask ing for justice. "Ortiz should be in jail, not Dairen. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@tlsentinel. com. BARBARA]. PITTMAN P rac t ici!ig Law In: Cr i min a l Defen s e F a mil y Law P e r so n a l Injury Atrorne v & Couns elor A.t L a w Cyp ress P<,intOf fice P ark 10014 N. Dale l\: f ab rv; S u ite 101 Tampa Rorida 33618 ( 813)269-9706 Fax:( 813 ) 960-0641 The )! ;I J:t;\")'er ts em rl.:.cn1()n rl:tt: ytu dtci.Je. .. k u-. stud f a::-: inf
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"T1 All About You jHappy4th Kingj TARINO TROUPE That's right, he's back. Party time You are the star player on my team. Gators! Love, mommy, Chiaka! Wedding Announcement SHAKENA (KENA) And JOHNNY (J. B.) SHAKENA (KENA) And JOHNNY (J. B.) Proverbs 18:22, "Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing and of the Lord." On April4, 2009, at 3 p.m. ShaKena McAllister of Tampa, and Johnny E. Brice of Bradenton, will unite in holy matrimo ny in the presence of family and friends. The two will continue to reside in Tampa. and God bless you both. Love, the Family. SAMIYAAnd TALLY, JR. (Then) "We would like to wish our angels a happy birthday and enjoy your day at Adventure Island. We love you Mommy, Black Boy, daddy, family and friends Be On The Lookout ANTONIO And AMP I would like to wish my son, Antonio a happy gth birthday. Coming from dad May God bless you and look over you LILGENE 4-4 Special birthday wishes for our wili c -elebrate with family and friends Saturday at Williams Park at 2 p.m. We bve you and wish you many more. Mom and dad I -,wl%1 Subscribe Today! '/ ; ri I [) A MOMMY, JAVON, JADEN, SAMIYAAnd TALLY, JR. (Now) KENDRICK GEORGE KEN KEN Happy birthday, Ken. We love you. Ads Will Be Published Friday, April 17, 2009 Deadline To Bring In Ad April9, 2009 \ $10 For Photo Student's School: Student's Name: Parents: :..:..:.:::.:._ __ Grandparents: Honor: (Choose) Principal's Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, _ eerteci.Attendanc.e.:__ ___________________ --_ Hobbies: Churc.:..:.h=-: _ Daytime Telephone Number: (Not For Publication) ----:II rw 1\) 0 0 (0 "T1 r-0 ::0 0 )> en m z :::! z m r-1 IIJ c: r rm :::! z "'C c: IIJ c en ::I: m 0 m < m ::0 -< -f c: m en 0 l> z 0 "T1 ::0 0 C) m w I Ill

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en All About Vou Local M ...J a: a. <( >=' <( c a: u.. 0 a: U. c z <( c en w :::) 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en. :J m :::) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::) m I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u. Happy Anniversary I I Birthday Celebrated Family, friends, church members, high school/college classmates and Delta Line Sisters gathered at I t Mount Olive AME Church of West Tampa, Rev. James C. Givins, Pastor to celebrate the birthday : . ;.,_ :! : ' I ,' THE WARRENS EUGENE And I. April gthwill.be one year sinee the twqof you joined 2hearts as 1. May God continue to bless you with much happiness with many more years .to come as husband arid Wife: I love you both. Kena. ::Spec.ial Ano(>.uncement __ :. i' ki<:J.s of the. 6 os ; i<'>ll 8os and .. to todais kids in the Wes t Tampa, West: ;Oqll ege Hill, Gary, Central Park' s India Street espe cially Kid Mason Center the .. --. ... ' ) come for an to hang up : hei' sneakenfimd and call it : .-: .. '_._. ":.,. . After 4i years o f dedication' and a evoted erVices, Mrs. Helen R. Taylor, a . . . .. the City df Tampa Parks & -, ; The family and of Yvette Ballard Sims. The event was hosted by her daughter and son-in-law, Andrea and Charles We.lls. Other program participants were Cheryl Ballard Riley as MC, Michael T. III, Phyllis Gaines, Robert Wright, Jr., Ramona Schwer, Carol Smith Stewart, Karen Saunders, Rebeeca Jones, Rev. Ricky Roberts and Rev. James Pictured are family members: seated Ophelia kclre' a Sims Wells, Connie Spann Ballard, Yvette Ballard Sims, Gathers Ballard and Michael T. Brown, III, in front. Standing: Lionel:(\;: Ballard; Heney J. Ballard Jr., Charles Wells, Riebel Riley, Rick Riley, Monica :Ballard J. Ballard, III. Not shown: Tiffany and LiNika Bailard, Mylia Williams'and. Christopher H. Brown. (Photo by Ricky Roberts). ; ., Elonda And Kenneth You rig Elonda and Kenneth Young held a reception to celebrate their 30 years of marriage. More than 100 family mem bers frien ds joined them fo't the celebration. (Photos by, Frederick Harris) LessieHooks, mother ofElonda Young; Natasha Young, and Dorothy Grimes, parents of Kenneth Young, Sr. were amqng those who attended the reception.' . . On the .first row are:. Eunita Edith Fulks, Bertha Gacy, EJonda and Kenneth Y()ung, Luella Williams and Shirley Foster. Second row, An!lie Serivel\, Patricia Fulks, Ophelia Ball, Laura Swain, Felicia Williams, Felicia and Belinda Palmer were among those at.theanniversary celebration. .. ' ' ..,

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working From The cross ft is during this season that believers all over the world will remember the actions of Jesus on Calvary. It is because He gave His life that we have life. He took the place of sinful man so that man could have an opportunity to live a life of righteous ness. In this week s lesson recorded in Luke 23:32-47, we read the dialogue and comments made by others during this time in Jesus' life These words and records reveal to us today life lessons that will help us as we continue to press on towards that higher mark. During His time on earth Jesus tried to help as many as those who wanted to be helped. He responded to the needs of humanity whenever He was Jed to do so by His Father. He healed the sick, fed the hungry, and encouraged those who had given up. Yet, they still crucified Him. They falsely accused Him; they lied on Him, and made a mockery of His ministry. The only thing Jesus was guilty of was doing the work of Him who sent Him. This lesson the people of God can learn is that even in your effort to do good and right, people will still mistreat you Even when you are trying to give the best of your service people will still lie on you, falsely accuse you, and seek to kill you They crucified Him with other criminals who were guilty of their crimes (vv. 32, 33). How did Jesus respond Rainbow Ministries Church Of God In Christ 1804 W Waters Ave. Ste B Tarn a, Ft' 33604 --...., B. Green First Lady: Missionary Cheryl Green Weekly Worship Schedule Sunday School-9:30' A':M : Sunday Morning Worship -11 A.M: Monday Morning Prayer -9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship Prayer Service 7 P.M. Bible Study 7:30 P.M. Saturday Morning Prayer Warri<>rs Service Every Second SaL Of Each Month "Fulfilling The Vision Through Faith to being in this situation? How should you respond? From the cross, the place where He would lay down His life and give up the ghost (vs. 46), Jesus prayed for them. He prayed, "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do" (vs. 34a). Instead of praying down thunder from heaven and hoping that their hair fall out, or some other calamity befall them, He prayed that God would forgive them. Jesus understood that forgiveness was more valuable than vengeance. He unde;:stood that forgiveness would serve for eternity, but revenge only for a moment. He said forgive them. From the height on cross Jesus saw a lot. He was able to see people for who they were and where they were When He said THEM, no one really knew whom he was referring to It could have been that He looked around and saw the leaders gathered. He could have looked towards Pilate's house Cert a inly He saw the crowd who once praised Him and then cried crucify Him Maybe, just maybe, from that view on the cross, He saw those who were close to Him; those who walked with Him, talked with Him, and ate with Him, maybe He saw them standing and observing from a distance what was happen ing. Perhaps, He prayed for them. All we know is that in the midst of our tria ls and setbacks that we suffer at the hands of others, sometimes the best thing to do is pray for ELDER ROBERT J DOUGLAS And MRS. SADIE DOUGLAS SUNDAY SCHOOl-10 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A.M. TUES., BIBlE STUDY-1 P.M. The Church will provide transportation, call 626-2759 th em. S o m e tim es p eople a r e n o t aw a r e o f t he things th a t they are doing a nd th e con se qu e nces a nd the re s ult th e r e of B y allowing the light of God s word to shine forth, a man was saved! The least likely witn e ss to be c a lled was the one who gave the loudest and most convincing testimo ny, the thief on the cross. In his darkest hour, he saw Jesus for who He was. It is oftentimes in your darkest moment that you see God for who He is. It is in the midst of pain, agony, and suffering that you see that God is real-Jesus did not deliver the man from the consequences of his actions; but He did assure him of a paradise in eternity (vs. 43). Oftentimes you may not get the relief that you want at the time you want it Be assured that when that crisis and that moment is over there is a place of paradise awaiting you. VICTORY TEMPLE OUTREACH MINISTRIES (localld At Tho South Tonace Plaza) 7633 N 56th St. Tampa, FL 33617 (813) 989-1863 PASTOR LA YTECIA & BRO. SEDRICM MCKINNEY Join Us For Worship! Sundays .. 10:00 A.M. Worship Service ... 7:00 P.M. Corporate Prayer 4th Mondays 7:00 P M. Substance Abuse Ministries Wednesdays . 7:30 P.M. Bible Study 4th Fridays ... 7:00 P.M. Youth Service 3rd Saturdays .... 1:00 P.M. Women's Ministry "RESTORING FAITH, FAMILY & FINANCES" www.victo empleoutreach.com 'HANbS oF GoD1 MINISTRIES, INC. i 2918 East 271 h Avenue 1 BISHOP CLAYTON FERGUSON. JR. And PASTOR S ELDER DOROTHY FERGUSON Sunday: Sunday SchoollO A.M. Praise S Worship I Morning Service II A M Evening Service 6 P.M. Wednesday: Bible Study 7 P M Friday: Evangelis t Night 7 P M UNITY A.M.E. CHURCH 10 !:> \V. Dr M artm Luthe r Kmg jr., BIYd S effner. FL, 3:l5X-l tXl3) 5713 758 Church School* 10 a. m. Each Sunda} "Sunda,Y Morning Worship* J 1 :L m. BihJc Study 7 p. m. Each Tuesday Come share with us the NEW THING Gud is doing! Rf.V. RICKY \ POLK l'aslur Ducdtom: 2 hltlcks East uf\ \ 'al-\lart r :-.Jango ) Oil\\'. Dr ; ,tLK. fJ!vd . nd th e C h ur c h o n r ,r, "One Church, Two Locations" Church: (813) 251-5756 & Fax: (813) 231-4664 "Equipping The Saints For The Work Of The Ministry" Ephesians 4:12 West Tampa Location 2001 N Albany Avenue, Tampa, FL, 33607 7:45 a m -Early Worship 10 a.m. -Sunday School 11:30 a m Morning Worship :30p. m -Wednesday Intercessory P 7 p.m -Mid-Week Worship Service South Tampa Location 5833 S Dale Mabry Hwy. 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Q) 0 Church Directory M ........................................................................ .. ..J ALLEN TEMPLE A.M.E.CHURCH FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES TEMPLE CREST CHURC H O F CHRIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS < 2101 Lowe St 8309 N. 40th St. Tampa FL 33604 4025 W. Palmetto St. <( 0 a: u. c a: LL c z a: w > w 0 w :::1: (!) ::::i a:l :) Q. z t= w ..J .;;.I :) a:l ..:. w z t= z w (/) a: 0 ..J u. m I CD w (!) 4711 21st Ave. 914-7525 : REV. WILLIE J. COOK, Pas tor REV. Pastor REV. ANTHONY GREENE, Pastor Sunday School -9:30AM. Morning Worship-11 AM. Worship Activties : Early Worsh i p 7 :45A.M. Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worsh i p 11 A.M Bible Study 6 : 45 P M Tuesd ay Prayer Meeting & B i ble Study Wednesday7 P .M. Sunday School 9:30 A M Morning Worsh ip-10:55 A. M Church ( 813) 627-0338 Sun. Morn. Bible Study9 :30A.M. Sun. Morn. Worshi p -10:30 A M Sun. Evening Worship-6 :30 P.M. Mid Week Bible Study Wed-7 : 30P M Everyone Welcome Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday 7 :30 P M. "To Kno w Chri s t And To !kke Christ Kno w n PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES NEW FRIENDSHIP GRACE MARY MISSIONARY MOUNT OLIVE A. M. E. CHURCH M.B. CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH 3107 E Lake Ave. 248-4127 3901 N. 37th St (813) 2 48-377 1 0511 M a in Str ee t Th o n o t asassa Flo rida W ee kly A c t i viti es DR.THOMAS L. HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9:30AM. Sunda y Churc h S c hool 9:30A.M Morning Worship 11 AM. Morning Worship 10:4 5 A.M Bible Class 4 :30 P M Evening Worship 5 P M Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 P.M. W ednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 P New St. Matthew Baptist Church 1 006 South 50th Street Tampa, Florida 33619 813-242-6268 www.nsmmbc.com PASTOR ALEC F. HALL Sunday. Morning Church School @ 9:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship@ 11 :00 A. M. Thursday Night Youth Bible Study @ 6:30 P.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study@ 7:00P.M. BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E 27th AVE (813) 248-569 6 (813) 241-690 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30 A.M. s -undayMo r ri ing Wvrship .... 11A.M : sorrday : eve o '!fiJJ .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (TuesdayFriday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP. MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pas tor Early Morning Worsh ip-8 A.M Sunday School -9 : 30 A.M. Morning Worship-10: 50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed -7 P .M. 1 902 W. L a S alle St, T a mpa, FL 3360 7 ( 8 1 3 ) 25 462 78 C. GIVINS, Pastor MRS. ROBERTA T GIVINS, First L a d y 9 :30 A. M Church School 11:00 A. M Wor ship THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Bible StudyWednesday-7 P M ST. MATIHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 (813) 628-0752 *Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Emai l : rsims@tampabay.rr.com Brea k Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A. M. Sunday School 9 : 30 a.m Morning vyorship 11 a.m. Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p .m. Study of the Bible Wed 7 : 30 -8 : 30 p.m Praise & Worship Service wed. 8 : 30 -9 p m . C hi ldren : & Youth B i ble Study Wednesday 7 -8 : 30 p : m. SaturdayPrayer SerVice & Bible Study 10a. m. Youth Bib)e Institute 12 -4 p m. tee n Night . Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p m. FIRST BAPllST CHURCH OF 'PROGRESs VIUAGE . 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, .FL 33619 Church Office : (813) 677-1948 Pastors Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Office : (813)'677 "5988 Fax : (813) 672-0514 E-Mail: Sunday : 9:45A.M -Adult & Y QUth/ Children ... "A Church Wla'e The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." Tuesday-11 A .M. -Adult .. Wednesday-7 P M -Youttv Children 7 : 30P M Adult A Campus For Bible Growtng The Church For Global Cl'laoJe (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Tiles 1 :8) Sunday School -9:45a. m Morni ng Worship-11 a m Evening Worship-5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p. m V isitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 North 29th Street, T a mpa 813 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS Senior Pas tor Earty Worship 7 :50a. m Sunday School -9:45a. m Morning Worship 10 : 50 a m For franspo'rtation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at62H155 Tuesday Prayer Service-6:30p. m Study -7 : 30 p .m. Visit ourWebsite or E-Mail us: www.fbcch org info@fbcch org Jesus Is The wav TbeTruth c -And The life.

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Church Directory NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 DR. WALTER J. WILUAMS Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship -A.M. Morning Worship M Wed. Family Night-7 P.M. Dea. John C. Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST HAROLD RODRIQUEZ-MINISTER 3310 N. 29th St.' TAMPA, FL33605 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242-4572 EMAIL: romello@verizon.net Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15 A.M. Morning Worship ................. 1 0:30A. M Evening Bible Class .............. 5 :00 P.M. Evening Worship ................... 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 (Comer Of 34th St & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation 10:45 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 Email Us At: stjministries@ aol.com M i ssion Statement: A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whQieman. Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC/ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY tJEWKIRK MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@ aol.com Oey_QJio. n Mt ... EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord s Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM-GeneraiBibleStudy 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Hillsborough High School 5000 N Central Ave. Tampa, FL 33603 REV. DELORES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship 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 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 (813) 986-3971 (813) 610-1252 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, JR. Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School' 9 :30A.M. Sun. Morning Worship* .11 A.M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Biole $tudy Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And 'Bible Study Saving The Sinners And Educating I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 ST. JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 5202 86th St. *Tampa* 677-2411 Sunday Worship Services :tw' ii.i'llii [ 7 :45A.M. & 11 A.M. : i 1 -j' Church School 9:30A.M. Bible each Wednesday TakePiogress Blvd to S 85th St.. turn North, go to Ash Ave I urn E lollow the curve lo the lefl (S. 86th St.) and the church is on the right. REV. JOE GAY, Pastor College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street 813-239-3161 Worship Oppor!unities SUNDAY Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW-6:00 P.M. I Evening Worship i 7:00P.M. j TUESDAY & FRIDAY i Evening Service : 7:00P.M I RE-BIRTH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1924 East Comanche Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 238-8911 Welcomes You To An Exciting Place To Worship Electrifying Praise, Powerful Teaching & Preaching 10A. M .. Every Sunday Mom ins PASTOR ZACHERY And MRS. FREDDIE HUDSON LAURA STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 1310 East Laura Street Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 752-2858 William Kerrlson, Minister Sunday Morning Bible Study .......... 9 A.M. Moming Worship Worship ... 10:15 A.M. Evening Worship......... .. ... 5 P M Wednesday Morning Bible Study. ... 10 A .M. Evening Bible Study.... .......... 7 PM. ew e1n Baptist burch 405 N. OregQn Tampa, FL 33603 813-251-3389 "1\'\e Eh rly Eal'ly \Vorship: 7:45am Sunday School: 9:45am :Morning Wol'ship: 10 :.:f5am Wt>dnesday Night Bil.lle-Stud)': 7:00pm Transporfatiou Seni's For More Information Call: (813) 2Si-3389 :ne'I'V$alemmbl'.com PLACE YOUR CHURCH SERVICE AD HERE! Contact MRS. HAYES (813) 248-1921 Or editor@ flsentinel.com Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it hq/y. Six days you shal/ 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 maidservant nor your animals nor the alien within your gates For in six 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 holy. Exodus 20:8-11 NIV :::0 0 l> ""0 :c I (,) I\) 0 0 (J) m z ::::! z m r-1 m c: r rm ::::! z ""0 .c: OJ I en ::I: m 0 m < m :c -< -t c: m (J) 0 )> z 0 -n :c 0 G') m ...... I m

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Social April Birthday The birthstone this month is the Diamond and the flower this month is the Sweet Pea. Happy birthday: Mrs. Beauty Pittman, Mrs. Peggie Lise, Mrs. Christine Hill, Mrs. Quanda Ellis Walker (Concord, CA), Otis Cole) Ms. Alisha A. Walker (Oakland, CA), Mrs. Lashay Sanchez Cabrera, Mr. Bobby J. Biggs (memorial), Mrs. Joyce Krauss (Bonneville, FL), Valencia Fells, Harry "Ben Ben" Roberts, III, Authorine Hammond, Cheryl Archie) Tauheedah Hill, Raymond Sweetenburg, Tor Armstrong, Israel Murray, Fred Blue) Lottie James, Brenda Wynn, Lorenzo Milton, Robert Nelson, Sevaughn Anthony, StevenS. Anthony, Vicki Rigsby, Charles Rigsby, Patricia Hadley, Aprile Hamilton, Justin Abrams and Aakier Davis. Sick And Shut Ins We've come this far by faith and uplifting prayers for the following: Mrs. Bertha Washington and family, Dr. Junious and Dr. Ferne Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Vickers, Mrs. Lula Philon, Bro. and Sis. Wilbert (Elaine) Johnson, Mrs. Barbara Collins, Mrs. Bert Graham, Mrs. Mary H. Ford, Mrs. Carol Pierce and Mrs. Annie Laura Jelks. Sympathy Condolences are extended to the Fells and Hemmingway families in the passing of their loved one, Mr. Joseph Thomas Fells, who was funeralized March 28, 2009. Rev. Rayford Harper, officiat ed. I extend sympathy to my former co-worker, Mrs. Susan Suarez and family in the passing of her father, Mr. Joe A. Suarez. Mr. Joseph Benjamin Johnson, formerly of Tampa, passed away in New York City on March 16, 2009. He was the father of Sheryl Anderson-Wright of Tampa; brother of Mrs. Johnnie M. Garner, Mrs. Annie Hines, Mrs. Altamiese Comer of Tampa, and Lester Johnson of Austin, TX; uncle of Michael Garner, Margaret Sims and Douglas Archie of Tampa. Joe B, as he as called by everyone, was a popular drummer with local bands in 1940. After serving in the Navy, he became a Pullman Porter on the Silver Meter out of New York City, where he retired. The funeral was March 28, 2009, in New York City Veterans Cemetery. Unity Funeral Chapel was in charge. Congratulations! Congratulations to Jasmine Roberts, a brilliant, motivated Tampa Bay area teenager. She has set an ambitious goals to cure Alzheimer's disease, which has impacted her family. She attends Wharton High School. Jasmine's endeavors in science brought her national attention in 2006, when she appeared on Oprah, and Good Morning America, along with newspaper and magazine articles. She was featured in a book titled, "What Does A Scientist Look Like?" Jasmine is waiting on confirmation from the National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD, for an 8-week paid summer internship She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Justus (Minnie) Roberts.' Money For College Congratulations to the high school Progress Village!! Did you know that you can get free money to go to college? For questions about the Progress Village Foundation Inc. program or scholarship money, call Mrs. Lois Bowers at (813) 677-6438 or Mrs. Linda Washington at (813) 7413604. The deadline to turn in applications is May 3, 2009. Progress Village Family And Friends Reunion Good fellowship, good food and good fun for all! Jump aboard the Carnival's Sensational as it sails to the Bahamas. Cabins are limited and time is run ning out. SEMINOLE HEIGHTS '"T1 :0 0 For mor e info call Debora }:( Barr a t (813) 417-6654. l> :0 First Baptist Church Of Progress Village News Eve1y third Saturday of the 1\.) 0 month between 8 a. m and o r 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing toys and household items at 8616 Protress Boulevard (between 78t St. and Faulkenburg Rd.). My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry Inmates can request a FREE Bible and greeting cards by writing to: My Brothers 2 Keep Minist1y, P. 0. Box 4618, Tampa, FL, 33677-4618. F.Y.I. Let us keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers as he tries to bring change for everyone. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily Remember the helpers in the kitchen: Thelma, (813) 671-3614, Family Deli, (813) 671-1541 or H. 0 P., 238-5221 Call your news in to Ira dean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! Ye_sWe Can! YBOR CITY .. -BRANDON BlOomingdale Awi: ;-: .: .-.-: ...... . : -ROUTE &NUMBER 0 POINTS OF INTEREST: <0 "T1 r 0 :c 0 )> CJ) m z =!" z m r I tD c: r r m =! z c: tD r iii ::J: m 0 m < m :c -< -f c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 "T1 :c 0 C) m <0 I tD

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Q) 0 0 N M' Local ...J a: c.. < < c Student Serves As Senate Page a: TALLAHASSEE LL. Joshua Bent of Tampa recently served as a Page in the Florida Senate for the 2009 Legislative Session at the request of Senator Arthenia Joyner (DTampa) Joshua worked in the Senate, House Office Building and the Capitol, picking up and delivering materials for lawmakers. c a: u. c z < c en w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w :::r:::: en :J m :::> c.. z i= w ...J ...J :::> m ...:. w z i= z w en < 0 a: 0 ..J u. He is a senior honor roll student at Thomas Jefferson High School with a G.P.A. of 3 .9. He is an active student who serves as a drum major in the band and is a member of the National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the Distributive Education Clubs of America, where he will represent the Club at a national business competition in April 2009 in California Joshua is the' son of Raymond Bent and Faye Wingo. He is the younger of two children and his older. sister, Kaleesha Bent, attends Southeastern University in Lakeland. Joshua's, educational pursuits are to attend Morehouse. College in Atlanta, Georgia, where he will double major m International Business and Music His civic and commu nity activities consist of being an active member of St John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Reverend Bartholomew Banks and a member of Men of Tomorrow which is sponsored by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity "I Would like to thank Senator Joyner for provid ing me with this invaluable opportunity," stated Joshua, "my experience in Tallahassee gave me greater insight of the legislative process at the state level and of the complexity of the budget process." Joshua Bent is shown with Senator Arthenia Joyner. Meetings Tigers Track Club The Running Tigers Track Club parents meeting and kids prac tice will be held on Saturday, April 4, 2009, 12 noon -4 p. m. at Cyrus Green Swimming Pool, 22nd St. and Martin Luther iqng Blvd. Kids 6-18 are invited. Must bring swimwear or track shorts for this practice. For more information; contact Adrian White at {813) 2315937 All Class Reunion The All-Class Reunion Meeting wlll be at Red Lobsterin Brandon on Thursday, April 9th, 6 p. m. Items on the agenda consist of gospel program, family and friends day picnic and spring dance. For more information, contact Adrian at {813) 231-5937. Highland Pines. Communitv Task Force The Highland Pines neighborhood meeting will take place on Thursday, April 9, 2009 at the Highland Pines Recreation Center, 4505 N. 21st Ave. The meeting begins promptly at 6:30 p; m; The Crime Watch meeting begins at 7 p.m. The guest speaker for this session will be of USF's Alzheimer Research Cent.er. Ms.: Cherenfant is a Certified ALF Administrator. Hope you are able to attend. As bring a fdend. . . Betty J. Bell,. President, Highland Pines Community Force, lnc.

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Local 6th Annual Adult Checkers FellowshiP And Binhdav Celebration Held On Saturday, March 14th, the 6th Annual Arthur Moochie McCarr Adult Checke r s Fellowship and 70th Birthday Celebration was held at the H.O P.E. Community Center, 4902 N. 22nd Street. Those who attended the function enjo y ed barbecue ribs chicken sausages and soft drinks (Photography by Brunson). Several checker games are underway during the 6th Annual Arthur "Moochie" McCarr Adult Checkers Fellowship & 70th Birthday Celebration. Arthur "Moochie" McCarr and James McQuay c )> )> ""D :::0 r1\) 0 0 CD "TT r-0 :::0 0 )> en m z :::! z m r-1 Wilbert Malphus seems to be deep in thought about his pending move. m c:: r rm Dwan Colbert and R. Jones attended the 6th Annual Arthur :::! GEORGE WEBSTER KUNTRYPREACHER "Moochie" McCarr Adult Checkers Fellowship and 70th Birth-Z day Celebration. ""D lYEAR PRICE GUARANTEE PWSGET ---$150 BACK' nlct rn1< tvfW'IERJZONIIO! C:.'ST!JAJCAS rui'ICHASIHG IKJSTVES S tNTIAtS 11Vl"f6PSI'I(fllfNlTANC VfJZONIRUCICY.4fS5#(TlAL.S jlfL-rfAA AGAEUifNrHf.C$.1/It! PLUS TAXCS .I iJ i l/O t-4i1110i I'ISII!II)' (/1f: Of FiOS:& TV-with HD Quality;' according to Electronichouse.com, 12/19/07 FiOS Internet with speeds that outperform cable Phone Service with 99.9% network reliability THIS IS FiOS. THIS IS BIG. ORDER FiOS TODAY. CALL 877.797.FiOS or CLICK verizon.com/fiostv I ISO provided YIO prepaKJ bank c ord Card con be llled J>!epdid IMnt 011d1 are epled. T o oblarn mh f r o m )'lUI cord. YM , prrsen1 your lOidJrrd ru. crHolltJ rr, se"cfo: .II d!)lrc w l ,,r, 1\rlluc>erl! w::h" t0 ca)> cf ro,;rrf(; ::r-n>Jr J .or ,1.,:r frr new Veraoo frOI T V o r Inte rnet c usto mers only Prke gua rant e e apphe1 t o base moott.ly rate Jnd 6 c l udes t ms. I UICh a rgcs a n 1 Kat e may ch;n g e ahcr l 4 m o11tt.s liN 1<1 opp : e s >.'4 9i JdrvJt:'.lr 1 J rjt w ; :vt J L:tc ,; t r. l cc. ; :o; r o .J" J' J .11, ,; "'' a ctepo.it. Othmllarqes, taxes;nd t erms apply fiOS ava!lablern select areos.llan-.ry h.Kkupf01 s!dn<1ard fil'fr -holsed ''"" smrce and E911( b u t not V OII') up to$ hau11 V.1hd 1/ll/0'! thiOtiiJh 1/IS/09. M :st install ty i /13i09.l">!(IJIJ Vcuon Stmro rdatt'dchirois illd SdM z 0 "TT :::0 0 "'0 )> C) m ...... ...... I CD

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Tampa, FL www.marshsmiles.com It Is our olllce polcy that the refuse to pay, cancel or treatment which Ia for the free, ANGELLA TOMUNSON, DDS, PA GAIL C MCDONALD, DDS, MPH Accepting New PatientS, Including Children Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns {Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures Extraction rmplant Restorations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citizen Discounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South OfW. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com 2123 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd Suite 102 Tampa, Florida 33607 1703 Palmetto Ave. Plant City, FL 33563 Health News T Food Recall he FDA and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) are investigating Salmonella contamination in pistachio products sold by Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella Inc, Calif. The contamination involves multiple strains of Salmonella. Salmonella can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Thus far, several illnesses have I been reported by consumers that may be associ-L a ted with the pistachios. It is not yet known whether any of the Salmonella strains found in the pista chio products are linked to an outbreak. Home Remedies For Sinus Problems B efore you start tr_ring to treat your smus problems it's pertinent that you figure out why you have sinus problems. Allergies are a fairly common reason for sinus problems Whatever the trigger, these five tips can help you alleviate your sinus problems. Tip 1: Keep Your Cool When the heat is on, the membranes get dry. Mucus isn't cleared as effectively, boosting the risk of infection and other sinus problems, such as sinus headache. In the winter months, you're better off wearing a sweater and keeping it cooler than cranking up the heat so you are comfortable wearing only aT-shirt. Let your nose guide your indoor temperature range. If you are not waking up with nosebleeds or congestion, that is probably a good tem perature range. Tip 2: Humidify Your Air Strive for an indoor environment that's not too dry and not too humid. Dust mites love greater than so% humidity. And if you're aller gic to dust mites, that's bad news for your sinusitis risk. A too-humid indoor environment can also encourage the growth of mold, which can also set off sinus problems. Vaporizers can keep you more comfortable if you are in the midst of a sinus prob lem, but you need to have it close by. It doesn't do any good to have a vaporizer on the other side of the room. Make sure you clean the device daily to keep bacteria from growing in them and making you sicker. Breathe the mist coming from vaporizers, but not the steam. Steam can easily burn you. Ten minutes at a time is often recommended. Tip a: Ventilate our House An energy-efficient house is not necessarily a sinusfriendly one. Yo. u seal up a house to make it more ener gy efficient, and y ou end up with stale air that aggravates sinus problems . The solution: Opening up the house on a warmer day to clear the air is a good thing, providing it's not a high-pollen day that will set off your allergies. Tip 4: Hydrate And Irrigate Yourself Drinking a lot of fluids can help keep your sinuses func tioning well -at least a quart a day, but the more the better. Most doctors recommend that you drink enough water every day so your urine is generally clear. Salt water nasal rinses for your nose can help, too. You can buy a kit or mix up your own at home. The recipe: Put 3/4 teaspoon salt in a glass of water. Using a bulb syringe, flush your nasal cav ities to clean out mucus and debris. Neti pots are another way to irrigate your nasal cavi ties. This centuries-old remedy has gained popularity recently, thanks in part to coverage on The Oprah Winfrey Show and in other media. The pot looks like a tea pot with an elongated spout. The devices are sold widely, for about $10 to $20, online and in drug s.tores and health food stores. To use the pot, typically you mix about a pint of luke warm water with a teaspoon of salt. Next, tilt your head over a sink at an angle of about 45 degrees. Place the pot's spout into your top nostr:il and gently pour the solution in. The salt water will flow through your nasal cavity, into the other nostril, and perhaps into your throat. Blow your nose to eliminate a n y water, and then repeat the steps on the other nostril. Cleaning the pots ly is crucial. Tip 5: Avoid Household Irritants Indoor allergies can wreak havoc with your sinuses. Cigarette smoke, cleaning products, hairspray, and other materials that give off fumes can all make your sinus problems worse Anything that has a s trong odor of fumes can be a problem, especially if you are sus ceptible. Cigarette smoke is p robably the No. 1 offender for sinuses. Try ask ing family members to smoke outside or, better yet, to g i ve up the habit. If you're sensitive to pet dander, wash or clean your pets weekly As difficult as it is for pet owners, limiting exposure to your animals at night can help. Catc h More Middle aged adults typical ly sleep only six hours on average. A study conducted by the University of Chica go s hows that by added a n addi tional hour or two of snooze time, will reduce th e risk of coronary artery calcifica tion, which is an early predictor of heart disease, by 33%. So, if you need another reason to

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Pancreatitis What is pancreatitis? . p ancreatitis is inflamma-. tion of the pancreas, an organ that makes the hormones insulin and glucagon. These two hormones help control the body's metabo lism. The pancreas also makes other hormones and enzymes that help you digest food Inflammation of the pancreas happens when digestive enzymes, usually contained in tubes within the pancreas, l ea k into the rest of the pancreas and irritate it. The inflammation may develop suddenly (acute pancreatitis) or over many years (chron i c pancreati tis) Over time, it can damage and scar th e pancrea s What causes pancreatitis? Gallston e s a nd alcoho l abuse are the m ost common causes of pancreatitis. Less common causes of pancreatitis a r e certain infections, high triglycerides, certain medicines, and injury. Lopg-term pancreatitis may develop after on e attack or after several over many yea rs. Long-term abuse of alco hol causes 70% to go-% of the cases of ongoing p a ncreatitis in Western covntries.l In some cases, the cause is not known What are the symptoms? The main symptom of an attack of pancreatitis is moder ate to severe pain in the upper area of the belly (abdomen). The pain may spread to the back. Some people may have other symptoms too, such as nausea, vomiting, fever, or sweating How is pancreatitis diagnosed? A doctor diagnoses pancreatitis by asking questions about your symptoms and past health and by doing a physical exam and tests. You may have blood tests to see whether certain are higher than normal-signs of possible pancreati tis. Other lab tests m ay in c lud e a complete blood count (CBC), liver tests and a stool analysis. Abdominal ultr aso und ca n be use d to spot gallstones that may ca us e pancreatitis. Other imaging tests that mignt be u sed include a CT scan and an l\1 RI. A test called endoscopic r etrograde c h o l angiopa ncreatogram (ERCP) may be u sed to help diagnose long-term p anc r e atitis. It can a l so be u sed to r e mov e gallstones tha t are blocking th e common bil e duct. How is it treated? Most attacks of pancreatitis are treated in the hospital with pain medicine and fluids given through a vein (IV) until the OPl"OMETRIST I mit not a Doct01. I am a Licensed Health Insurance Consultant providing you with documented, researched information that can assist you in your health care. If you are having any of these symptoms please contact your health professional as soon as possible. . 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? (81 210-0513 Sonja (813) 277-4587 Rebecca Francis House 13) 446-927 4 Telesia Take Care Of Your Feet. .. They Have To Last A Lifetime! Sheehy Ankle & Foot Center Medicine And Surgery OfTI1c Foot. Ankle :\nd Leg Foot Pain Nail Deformities Ankle Pain Corn & Calluses Heel Pain Sports Medicine Wound Care NEW Medi-Pedicure Bunions A\'ailable ............... PAULL. SHEEHY, JR. D.P.M., P.A. lioani ( "c!rrifit;l Awdemy C )jAmhulat1111 h & ..lnkic .'ilngcn 813-872-8939 wwwTampaFootDoctor.com 4200 N. Armenia* Suite 5 (corner of Armenia & Isabel 2 Blocks South of 1\U.K I-Iealt!n; Smile llealthy Body I-lealthier You! Dental Implants Sedation/ Anxiety Management Cosmetic Gum Surgery Treatment Of Gum Diseases T.MERRELL WILLIAMS DMD,MS Board Certified .. ... ,.:'::>-==:: _. ... T. MERRELL WILLIAMS, DMO, MS plant Dentistry .... ......... """ .... .., odont cs 4505 Annanla A"!a. Suite 101 Tampa, FL 33603 Vis1t Our Webs1te At: www.tampaperio.com (813) 354-8707

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Entertainment Jennifer Hudson Eving several Big l's, Including Idol And 1 JENNIFER HUDSON LOS ANGELES -Jennifer Hudson has s p ent the past few months recovering fro m the tragic murder of h e r moth er, brother a nd n ep h ew Now, both h e r p e r s on a l lif e a nd h e r caree r a r e blossoming. Wednesday night, t h e star returne d to the plac e that fir s t brou ght h e r into our li ving rooms, American Idol. Following the Motown-themed show, the season-three, seventhplace finisher-who famously went on to win a Grammy and an Oscartaped a performance of her single "If This Isn't Love" to air on the show at a later date. Following the perfor-' mance, Hudson, whose tour alongside R obin Thicke kicked off. on March 31, spilled a few beans to Ryan Seacrest. When asked about her engagement and upcoming nuptials to David Otunga, she admitted a date had been set. "Yeah, but it's a secret," the 25-year-old singer said. "I can't tell anybody." Hudson gushed a little further when s h e taped h e r Thursday-afternoon appearance on The Elle n D eGe n e r'es Show. Aft e r the two san g "And I'm T elling You I'm Not Going" from DreamGirls as p art of the s h o\'v''s Bathroom Conce r t Series, the host asked about the happy couple. "We're like big kid s so we like to ride bikes, and on e thing I like to do is I put my dog il) her little basket and put her on my back and then we ride the bike to the dog park," Hudson told her. DeGeneres, as usual, had an appropriate engagement gift : a roman tic bicycle built for two. T.l. savs He Proved He was wonhv' 01 Experimental Plea Deal T.I. .. Arr'LANTA -The sentencing judge called it "experimental." The U.S. attorney who helped broker the arrangement called it "unique.;' And T.I. himself acknowledged that his plea deal -which reduced a potential 10-year prison term into community service and, more tha' n likely, less than a year's worth of jail time -was "an opportunity." T.I. wasn't the recipient of the deal because he snitched, he's often said. Nor did he get the benefit of the doubt frorfi the legal system because he's rich. Tip landed his plea deal due to a combination of his fame, his familiar troubled past and his ability to recount his transformation from trap star to rap star as a means of influencing at-risk youth. "Ifthey would have gave Joe Blow, who got arrested with the next day or the next week -if [the court] would have gave him my deal, could he have turned around and given as much back to the community as I have? No he couldn't," T .I. told MTV News' Sway during their conversation for "Road to Redemption: The Reckoning." "I showed I was worthy of this and this was something possible," Tip continued. "So they decided the opportunity was worth the chance." Rihanna's Tanoo Anist Explains HerNewlnk RJHANNA Rihanna isn't shy about getting tattoos. When she wanted a n ew one, she fl ew h e r friend BangBang, a N ew Yorkbase d tattoo artist, to her h o m e in Los Ange les to giv e her new ink. "She flew me out for the purposes of tattooing one of h e r friends," h e said. "I've tattooe d h e r a f e w times, and she gave m e a call and asked if I could come out to her house. I wound up tatting her as well. We've been playing with it for about a year, and I was at her house, and I suggested she finally get the gun." BangBang -who also did the star tattoos on Rihanna's back, the Roman numerals on her shoulder and the word "Shhh . on her finger -said the singer seemed in great spirits when he was at her house. Rihanna has been in the news a lot lately because of an alleged altercation with boyfriend C .hris Brown last month. "I don't really know what's going on with her," he said. "She's She's perfect. We had a blast, and we had a lot of fun." When he got there, Rihanna had an assistant and some friends over. BangBang said he thinks the gun tattoo represents strength and power. Initially, the duo wanted to put the tattoo below her shou!ders near her armpits but changed it to her ribcage because "it takes away from her face. You don't want to be starting at tats. You want to be staring at her face Rihanna didn't express any reservation about getting the gun tattoo "People are going to react all different ways. ," BangBarig said. Rihan'na and BangBang already have more tattoo plans up their sleeves. "We got something planned for this year," he said. She's awe some She really is." 'TI :II 0 Akon Addresses Suge Knight's Alleged Involvement In Emplovee's Robberv 1\) 0 0 (!) NEW YORK --On March 25, TMZ reported that people allegedly affiliated with Suge Knight robbed producer Detail, one of Akon's employees. The Grammy winner was surprised to hear of the events when he arrived in NYC on Wednesday. I just got in from overseas to do this U.N. [show], and all this news hit m e at one time," 'Kon said. H e's actually a producer I signed recently. Even [Detail), I couldn't get in contact with him to get the full story. I'm try ing to find out the story from him before I ca n put it out on record." In F ebruary, Akon's manager was arrested for knocking Knight out at a party. Akon said he hasn't been "cleared" to speak on that incident and that he and Knight had no prior beef. "All I know, we had peaceful conversations," 'Kon sai<;l of Suge. "I'm trying to figure out why it's escalating to this extent. We never had no problems. All I can do is the right thing. Everything always works itself out." A rep for the Los Angeles Police Department told MTV News that around 2:30a.m., four to five men invaded the Van Nuys home of up-and-coming AKON Vs. SUGE KNIGHT produce r Detail (real name: Noel Fisher). Th ey u se d physica l forc e to ransack the home and take everything from computers to jewelry to r ecording equipment. Polic e s a y no guns were used but the victims told officers that the assailants threatened to pull weapon s out if they did not cooperate. The police also say Knight's 'TI r possible involvement was 0 being investigated. :II Akon was at the U.N. with producer/composer CJ) Peter Buffet. The two m z have a philanthropic Web ::::j site called Z .IsThereSomethingi-PJ CanDo.com and are pro-OJ rooting awareness about C: r human trafficking. The r-two were set to debut a col-laboration called "Blood Z Into Gold "'C c: "The concept is how peo-m ple take blood and turn' it C into gold," Akon said. The performers are working in m conjunction with Cause.com. < m ::tJ -< -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c 'TI :r 0

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. a Entertainment .J -"1: John Cena Wants To Work With 50 Cent: .Hit Me Up!' JOHN CENA And 50 CENf Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena said he's listening to a lot of vintage country music these days, from Willie Nelson to Waylon Jennings, but he's still heavily into hip hop. On Wednesday in New York, he was in Cold Stone Creamery, freestyling and telling MTV News about a :J: few rap collaborations he has coming up even while he was touting his new action flick -from "Cliffhanger" director Renny Harlin, "12 "Still trying to keep in --ubscrib(. "The VoiCe of Our Cominunitv Speaking /or Itself" 813) 248-1921 touch with the hip-hop," said Cena, who will be trying to get his belt back at a World Heavyweight Title Triple Threat Match on Sunday at "WrestleMania XXV" against Edge and the Big Show. "I did a -song with Snoop. I'm about to do something with Rick Ross. Doing some stuff with' [Tha] Trademarc-he J;lelped me do my solo p;roject, so I'm returning the favor there. Freddie Foxxx [a.k.a.] Bumpy Knuckles, who did-our track "Bad Bad Man;" which is featured on Seth Rogen's new trailer [for] 'Observe and Report.' [Seth) kinda hooked it up. A good look for us there. I'm doing some stuff with him. And I'm kinda on call. I did : some stuff for Back40 Records, which is an independent label owned by Carl Edwards, NASCAR driver .... I'm getting in where I fit in." Cena said his busy schedule as a wrestler and actor doesn't afford him much time to focus on a follow-up to his 2005 rap debut, You Can't See Me. Howevm, he does want to work with the G-Unit on some things. "There was awhile where it-was cool to beef with everybody," Cena said of the 50 Cent vs. Rick Ross feud. "I think that stuff has died down. So I don't know the legitimacy of this beef. And 50, if you're out there listening. Hendrix Home Tape For Sale, Shows 'Sober' Side JIMI HENDRIX LONDON --A home recording by Jimi Hendrix, which its owners said showed the 1960s rock icon's softer side, will be auctioned next month and is expected to fetch between $70,000 and $140,000. According to co-owner -Mark Sutherland, the tape was recorded by Hendrix in New York in 1968 and then taken to Britain. Carl Niekirk worked in a photography studio below Hendrix's central London residence where, because there was only one entrance to the building, he often doubled as doorman for his famous neighbor, letting in guests including George Harrison. "I don't know how the tapes got from New York to London, but they must have been important if he. took them with him," Sutherland said. "Hendrix ended up in London above where Carl worked. Carl kept getting disturbed by people, and said 'a favor for a favor' ... and Jimi gave him two tapes." Sutherland said a friend met Niekirk .in a pub several years ago and bought the tape from him "for a nominal fee." He is not sure what happened to the second recording. Since tl!' n the tape: s new owners: have been legal dispti'te with the Hendrix estate, and Sutherland said he was now finally able to auction it. Hendrix's estate was not immediately available for comment Sutherland and Ted Owen, managing director of pop memorabilia auctioneer the Fame Bureau which is handling the April 28 online auction, are confident the tape is genuine. Flo Rida Wanted For Alleged Animal Crueltv Case As Flo Rida drives around the country promoting his upcoming album, R.O.O.T.S., the "Right Round" rapper has come under scrutiny for an alleged incident involving animal cruelty. According to Lexington, Kentucky, television station WKYT, police are still looking for the MC's tour bus which is wrapped in a huge advertisement for his album and single because of allegations from witness es that two men exited the vehicle on Wednesday in Lexington and committed an act of cruelty on an ani mal. A witness told an animalcontrol officer that they reportedly saw the men kill a rabbit, get back on the bus and drive away. Lexington Police, Kentucky State Police and Lexington Animal Control began investigating tlie incident immediately. It's unclear if Flo Rida (born Tramar Dillard)_ _was involved in the alleged FLORIDA incident, but the rapper's label has issued a statement in which Rida denies anyone in his entourage harmed an animal. "While no one in my party was in any way involved in any incident, the media report that I saw was sickening. As an animal lover, I would never want to see cruelty inflicted upon them." WKYT reported that at this point animal-control officers just want to question the people who were on the bus. Flo Rida's label had no further com--_ ment ori the allegations. Naomi-Campbell On Catwalk For Mumbai Victims -MUMBAI --British supermodel Naomi Campbell walked down the ramp in Mumbai.on Saturday to pay tribute to the victims of last November's Mumbai attacks. Along with a host of Indian celebrities, the 39year-old Campbell helped raise funds for the city's emergency medical ser .rices in a charity show called "Mai Mumbai Campbell heads a charity called "Fashion for Relief." Islamist gunmen went on a three-day rampage on some of the most famous landmarks in Mumba1, -the financial and entertainment capital of India, killing 166 people. After the show, Campbell, dressed in a red saree and traditional Indian jewelry, told Reuters why she loves coming to India but-won't act in Bollywood again, and how the global economic slow down has affected her char ity work Q. Could you begin by talking about how the concept of Mai Mumbai came about? A. "I am a model with IMG (International NAOMI CAMPBELL Management Group) in America and Europe and they were telling me they to do something for the bombings that happened at the Taj (hotel) and the Oberoi (hotel) and they asked me, what would you like to do, and I said I would like to contribute Fashion for Relief, and it just started from there. Q. Y o u are known for your charity work, in places like South Mrica. A. "That's where 1 am headed next. I have to do an orphanage in Cape Town and see Mr (Nelson) Mandela.

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Entertainment Nick Cannon Buvs Mariah Carev A Dog For Their Anniversarv NICK CANNON And MARIAH CAREY Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon will celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary in May, after being secretly married last spring in the Bahamas. So what does a guy get the girl who has everything? "I got her a short-haired Jack Russell terrier," he told Us Weehly. "A girl, named Cha-Cha. She's 8 weeks. Although Cannon laughed off rumors that he and Carey are expecting a baby, he did say that being married to her is "the most amazing thing ever. I couldn't wish for anything He even offered evidence of why the marriage is so great. "She's the most incredible woman," he said. "Being in a strong union and being there for each other is something I've never really experienced before, so to experience it with my wife is remarkable. We're together as one, and that's important to me.'' The couple plan on getting away for their upcoming anniversary to a tropical locale, similar to the one where they were married a year ago. "We never went on a honeymoon," he said. "So I guess I can tell you we'll probably go to Barbados." Cannon also recently spoke to "Extra" about the possibility of working with Carey on any music. "I am not worthy of being on a Mariah Carey record," he insisted. "Please, we're going to try to keep her career soaring. I can't even step into the studio with that woman. She is incredi bl e." T -Pain Returns To Stage Aher Golf-Cart Accident T-PAIN After a backstage mishap sent him to the hospital last week for some emergency dental surgery, T-Pain. was back to the grind on Sunday night, a bit bruised, but not too worse for the wear. "There's a lot of talk that I flipped over in a golf cart," Pain told his audience on Sunday at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California, RapUp.corn reported. According to reports, Pain suffered cuts and abrasions, and lost four teeth in the accident, which caused him to miss the Friday stop of Lil Wayne's I Am Music tour in San Jose, California "That's f--ing true," Pain confirmed about the acci-dent. "It did happen like three days ago. My ass is on fire right now My side hurt, my mouth hurt." But despite the bumps, bruises and missing teeth, the Titan of AutoTune was reportedly in a good mood on Sunday, telling the crowd, "I bust my ass. I'd show you the marks, but I don't wanna pull my pants down right now .... I got my teeth fixed the same day. Rich n--a teeth. A spokesperson for T-Pain could not be reached for comment at press time, but according to reports, the injury also caused the singer to miss a video shoot for Lil' Kim's new single, "Download." Kim told HipHollywood.com that though Pain missed out on the shoot, he will be in the video. "He's gonna be in the video, but we've got to wait until he heals and gets bet ter." Pain appeared to have a good sense of humor about the incident, telling the Gibson crowd, "I don't give a f--how many golf carts I flip over If I was any less of a showman tonight, I apolo gize." Jamaica's Luciano Charged With Harboring Fugitive LUCIANO KINGSTON, JAMAICA --J arnaican police say they have charged reggae singer Luciano with harboring a fugitive who shot and wounded three patrolmen while held up inside the Gramrny-norninated musician's horne last week. Police Superintendent McArthur Sutherland said the 44-year-old Rastafarian was charged Monday and released after posting bail. Luciano, whose real name is Jepther McClymont, and his attorney could not immediately be reached for comment. A police statement said the hourlong standoff last week ended with the fugitive gunman, Andrew Senior, being killed at Luciano's home in Kingston. Two of the injured officers are still hospitalized. The other officer was released. Luciano's 2001 release, "A New Day," earned a Grammy nomination for best reggae album. ''7'lle hJicc of Our CommuniTV Speakingfor ltse.(f" (813) 248 .. 1921 Outkast's Andre 3000 Arrested For Driving 109 MPH Outkast's Andre 3000 (real name: Andre Benjamin) was arrested near Atlanta Saturday for driving his 2007 Porsche Carrera at such a high speed that police called him "an accident waiting to happen," according to Atlanta's WSB-TV, TMZ and AllHipHop.com. A police o,fficer told the station that' the MC was clocked 8:' t 109 MPH on Saturday morning, significantly over the 65-rnph speed limit, on Interstate 75, and was arrested for the danger he posed. "Traveling that fast along 75, you're passing people as if they're standing still," Henry County Police Captain Jason Bolton told the station. "It's an accident waiting to happen." The MC was released after posting $1,200 bail, according to TMZ. He is scheduled to appear in court on April29. Reps for Benjamin had not responded to MTV News' requests for comment at press time. ANDREJOOO The arrest comes as State Representative Jim Cole is lobbying for a new "Super Speeder" bill to be passed in the state of Georgia. The law will force violators to pay an additional $200 fine for driving at more than 85 miles an hour on highways and four-lane roads. Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue has said he supports the bill and intends to sign it into law in the coming months. Representative Cole told WSB that he hopes Benjamin will help rally support behind the bill. "He might be willing to help us market it," Cole told the station. DREW-Z'S MOVIE REVIEW Monsters vs. Aliens -Your kids will love this one. (***] Knowing -A creepy, suspense/thriller starring Nicolas Cage. This move could have been a classic but the ending was disappointing. No. 1 at box office-$27M. Worth seeing! (***'h] Duplicity A comedy/spy caper that was too long (2 hrs/5 mins) and confusing until the end. You can pass on this one.(**] Race To Witch Mountain -The Rock comes through with this actionpacked movie from Disney. The kids will love this one. No. 1 at Box Office -$25M. (***] The Last House On The Left -A family of crazy prison escapees kidnap two g1rls, rapes them and leave them for dead. A revenge killing you can feel good about. (***Yz] Watchmen-Comic book comes to the big screen. Over the top violence and nudity. Definitely not for kids. Too long -2 hrs./43 min. No. 1 at box office-$55M. (**] CarolineA dark animation about a girl who is terrorized by a witch. Too scary for kids. (**] Fired Up -Two high school football stars decide to join the cheerleading team to be around the girls. Well-written comedy. Enjoyed it! (***'/,] He's Just Not That Into You -A comedy/drama about different relationships concerning women. Starts slow but turned out to be good. (***] Tyler Perry's Madea Goes To Jail-Comedy/drama starring Tyler Perry as Madea. 5th week -$87M. (***] Friday The 1Jth-The same as before. Fifteen victims to slash and two to survive. You pick who will survive. Blood and guts. No. 1 movie-$42M (**'h] The Confession Of A Shopaho/ic -A light-hearted comedy and lovE;) story about a young woman who is addicted to shopping. Your daughter will love this one. (***] The lr.ternational -A crime thriller starring Clive Owens. Worth seeing! [***'/,] ; . The UninvitedA teenage girl thinks the nanny killed her mother to marry the dad. A serious twist at the end. Worth seeing!. [***'/, ] Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans -This movie traces back to the feud between the vampires and werewolves. Good special effects If you like blood and guts, this one is for you. (**Yz] Paul Blart: Mall Cop -A single dad tries to make ends meet as a security guard at a NJ mall. Pass on this one. (**] TakenA retired CIA operative's daughter is kidnapped (taken). You can't miss one. Action-packed. [****] Notonous -A hip-hop movie about the life and times of rapper Biggie Smalls. [**'h] Marley & Me -This movie is about a family and an out of control dog. Surprisingly very good. A definite tear-jerker.(****] Gran Torino-Clint Eastwood plays a prejudice Vietnam vet who is forced to change his ways. Pretty good. (***] The Unborn -A young woman cursed by her unborn t win. Had the potential to be scarier, but fell short. (**'h ] Yes Man -Jim Carrey stars iri this light comedy about a guy who loves to use the word No." Enjoyed ill (*** ] RATINGS **** Very Good I *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Video "TT :JJ c }< l> "tl :JJ r w 1\) 0 0 CD ;, r 0 :::0 6 )> (/) m z :::1 z I'T1 r I tD c r r m """i z c tD l-Ui ::r m q m < rn :JJ -< -f c m Ch c ):It l> Z C :::0 c G) m 1\) .... I m

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C") ...J a: a. <( >=' <( c a: u. c a: LL c z <( c en w :::> f-> a: w > w 0 w 'J: en ::::i m :::> a.. z i= w . ;.J ...J. ;:l ,Ill I ...J w z i= z w en '<( c a: 0 ...J u. Ill I N N w Today's Birthday (04/20/09) You know people who have wonderful talents. They may not be very good at marketing themselves, however. That's where you come in. Take care of them and they'll take care of you. You have amazing powers of 'persuasion this year. Aries (March 21-April 19) Don't tell anybody, but for the next several : weeks you're even better at business. You can bring in more money than before, effortlessly. It's partially because some of your plans are begin ning to work Your efforts are paying off. Taurus {April 20-May 20) Take a few moments to meet with friends and get your stories straight. Decide what you want to accomplish during the coming phase. They can do it, with your help. Gemini (May 21-June 21) You may not feel like doing much of anything This is OK. You can sit back and watch and listen for a while Make sure you're up to date on all the latest changes. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Meetings should go well for you now. You'll all come up with good ideas and make practical choices. Proceed as if you know what you're doing. Your odds of success are good. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Conditions favor bookwork involving other people's money This includes the household account, if everyone pitches in. Figure out what you can spend ontoys and tre'ats, once the bills are paid. Jjlere'll be enough for some. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Encourage your mate to proceed as planned. He or she may be getting nervous about an unfa miliar task. Imagination and determination are required. Your partner has plenty of both. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Concentrate on your work C\nd find ways to streamline your production. You're being forced to do this through necessity, but that's OK. You get creative under pressure. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -You may not be quite ready yet to concentrate on your job. Can you get a "well" day off? Can you come up with a g!Jod reason? If you want to sleep all day, tell them you're sick. Spring fever. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) There's work to be done, b.ut you probably don't feel like doing it. Can you get someone to cover for you? This would be an excellent day to read a good novel in bed. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -The next four weeks should be lots of fun. You and a person you like will have many interesting conversations. Is this love? It could grow into that, if it hasn't already. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -You may be a bit worried about expenditures you'll have to make soon. Will you have enough to get what you need? It appears that you will, but not everything you want. No problem. Pi. sces (Feb. 19-March 20) -The material you've been studying is beginning to make sense. You knew it would happen eventually, but it's still a surprise when it does. As a nice side effect, your self-confidence is improving. You're winning. Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. Love VS MQney ................................................................. The-Dream 2. feed Da An. imals .............. ...................................... Gorilla Zoe 3. lntuition .. : .-:-.......................................................................... Jamie Foxx 4. Round 2 ........................................................................... J. Holiday 5. A Different Me ................................................................ Keyshia Cole 6. Uncie Charlie ............................................. ................ Charlie Wilson 7. Paper Traii ......................... : ............................................................ T.I 8.1 Am .. ; Sasha Fierce .... .......................................................... Beyonce 9. Testomo n}i: Vol. 2, Love & Politics .................................. lndia.Arie 10. 808s & Heartbreak ......................................................... Kanye West 11. The Point Of It AII .................................. : ............ Anthony Hamilton 12. Year Of The Gentleman ... .............................. ....... .................. Ne-Yo 13. Fearless ................................................................. Jasmine Sullivan 14. onmyradio ................ ......................... : ................... Musiq Soulchild 15. Da REAList. ........................................................ ................ ....... Piies 16. Jennifer Hudson .......... ......................................... Jennifer Hudson 17. The Rebirth ........................................................... Bobby Valentino 18. Tha Carter III. ..................................................................... Lil Wayne 19. Ryan Leslie ......................................................... ...... ...... Ryan Leslie 20. iSouijaBoyTellem ............................................... Soulja Boy Tell'em Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. Blame lt.. ..... ; ............ : ..... ; .... ;,, .............. Jamie Foxx Featuring T-Pain 2. Turilin Me On ................. .'.:::.c ......... Keri Hilson Featuring Lil Wayrie 3. Rockin' ThatThang ............................................. : ............. The-Dream 4. Dead And Gone ............................ T. I. Featuring Justin Timberlake 5. Mad ............ ............................................................................... Ne-Yo 6 . Kiss Me Thru The Phone ......... Soulja Boy Teii'Em Featuring 2Pac 7. You 'complete Me ........... ; ....................... ........................ Keyshia Cole 8. Diva ...... ................................................................................. Beyonce 9. Ain't I .; : ..... .......................... Yung L.A. Featuring Young Oro & T. I. 10. Lions, Tigers & Bears .......................................... Jazmine Sullivan 11. sobeautiful ............................................................... music soulchild 12. She Got.Her Own .......... Ne-Yo Featuring Jamie Foxx & Fabolous 13. If This Isn't Love ..................................................... Jennifer Hudson 14. Beep ...................................... Bobby Valentino Featuring Yung-Joc 1 .5. Magnif!cent ............................... Rick Ross Featuring John Legend 16. There Goes My Baby ................................................ Charlie Wilson 17. Boyfriend #2 ............................ : ........................................ Pieasure P 18 .. Just Like Me .......................................... :Jamie Foxx Featuring T.l. 19. Stanky Legg ........................................................................ GS Boyz 20. Heartless ......................................................................... Kanye West MY CHILDREN: Krystal suffered an ectopic pregnancy, losing David's child, and was crushed to learn that she can't have any more babies. When Annie remembered seeing a bat wielding Richie in the cellar with her and Tori, Aidan deduced that Richie killed Tori and then made Annie think she did it. Aidan believed Annie can heal but she later planned a secret visit with Emma. Things got off to a rocky start between JR and his cousin Scott when Adam refused to let JR shut down Scott's los ing company. A scheming David approached Scott. Amanda wouldn't flee or let Jake sacri fice his life for her Zach and Kendall kissed after bringing Jan home from the hospital. Coming: Kendall and Zach make their life choices AS THE WORLD TURNS: Unaware of Paul's plan to get Eliza, Dusty played into his scheme by beating Paul up. Paul then set a fire in the house just before the social .worker arrived, and she believed that Meg had left the baQy alone, so Paul got Eliza. Later, when Eliza developed pneumonia, Meg made the choice to stay with Paul in order to remain with her baby. Meanwhile, Lucy and Dusty unsuccessfully searched for evidence of foul play connected with the fire. When Craig secured an internship for Liberty in New York, Parker convinced Jack to give him money to see her there. Henry denied to Vienna that his feelings have changed about keeping the baby. Lily believe9 Damian was responsible for stealing the foun dation's backup discs, but began to be affected by his vow to uncover the truth Coming: Zac and Zoe have their own agenda . BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Stephanie turned down Nick's proposal, even as Eric began to wonder hoW Forrester Creations will manage without her. At lunch with Taylor, Stephanie encountered Eric and Donna and confronted them in front of the other diners. Her verbal release inspired Stephanie to act on the white lie she previously told Eric. Jackie's continual sniping at Katie's sense of security regarding Nick led Katie to tell Nick that she's willing to postpone their wedding. Ridge wasn't pleased by Rick's choice of location for his and Steffy's ceremony site. Owen shared a kiss with Bridget, followed by an embrace with Jackie to celebrate his promotion. Coming: Stephanie makes the most of her independence. DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Fed up when Nicole didn't tell him about cutting her ties with Dr. Baker because Sami was visiting, EJ was unsure as to whether he'll even go through with the wedding. Rafe told Sami he can't stan<;! by and watch her still be in love with EJ. When Nicole saw Rafe at Sami's townhouse, she real ized he looks familiar. While Victor rehired Philip at Titan, Stefano called someone in Italy and said he has a job to be done regarding Philip. Sami almost told EJ about Grace' s paternity but changed her mind when she saw his desire for revenge Kate observed Chelsea signing out controlled substances at the hospital: Chloe got a job offer in Vancouver. Coming: Will Nicole's dream wedding go up in smoke? GENERAL HOSPITAL: Claudia romanced Sonny, hoping to get pregnant, while Ric put her in a precarious position when confronted by Sonny and Jason Olivia noted early's dizzy spell and wondered if she could be pregnant. After Patrick rescued Robin from the water, she insisted it wasn't a suicide attempt. Later, things got worse between them when Patrick saw Robin embracing Jason, and she saw him in a close moment with Elizabeth. Tracy feared that Ethan could be Luke's illegitimate son and tried to warn Lulu away from him. Lulu and Johnny broke up after he confessed to almost sleeping with Maxie. Nikolas kissed Rebecca. Coming: Claudia faces more trouble from an unexpected source. GUIDING LIGHT: Alan bribed the judge to make sure Phillip was sent to prison after being found guilty, but Phillip had the last laugh when he was pardoned because the governor's daughter is tied to .James Spaulding. Daisy broke into her old dorm room and met James. James invited Daisy to a family dinner, where he made it clear that he doesn't want anything from Phillip Shayne admitted to Edmund that he's the reason Lara is dead. Edmund acted forgiving but showed his anger in other ways. Remy and Christina signed the divorce papers but afterward gave into their passion. Mallet and Marina got a call about the adoption. Jeffrey set up a webcam so Reva could see Colin. Coming: Alan won't stay out of Lizzie's life ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Forced to go along with Stacy's scheme, Roxy brought Kyle to the clinic to extract the bone marrow from Rex's father Schuyler crushed Starr when he denied having feelings for her and rejected her advances. Zach let Todd know that he wants restitution for spending time in jail while Todd became rich Later, Todd found Zach holding Starr at gun point in Marty's old bedroom Unwilling to risk destroying Jessica, Natalie and Jared decided not to tell her that Chloe is Starr's baby After Dorian sent David the photo Jack took of her and Ray kissing, Ray backed off, apologizing to Dorian for coming on to a married woman. Rachel's arrival lighten-ed Nora's heart. Coming: Jessica makes a shocking revelation. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: After Kevin and Amber were arrested, Michael tried to get Kevin .sent to a psychiatric hospital to get the help he needs Mac was stunned by the news of Billy and Chloe's marriage, while Kay shocked everyone with the revelation that Brock is her son, but Jill isn't her daughter. Tension flared when Chloe showed up with Delia as Billy appeared to be softening Mac's resistance Despite. Jack's hope to save his marriage, Sharon showed him the signed divorce papers. Meanwhile, Nick walked out on Phyllis. Following her own agenda, Mary Jane con vinced Kay to rehire Jack at Jabot, and also got herself a job there. Karen was devastated when she realized that Neil and Tyra did more than kiss. Coming: Noah and Eden's desire to be together leads to trouble. C R 0 S S FBBEGG

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POLK COUNTY NEWS Happy Birthday And Happy Anniversary Happy birthday and happy anniversary to the April celebrants. Your flower this month is the Sweet Pea and your birthstone is the Diamond. Happy natal day: Esther Snowden, Kathy Swanson, Catherine Copeland, Wanda White, Mrs. Margaret Thompson, Yvonne Roberts, Erris Ingraham (Math/Science Instructor at Greater Faith Academy), Ann Maddox (Club Kathleen), Willie Tom Borders, Robert Borders and Bernice Evans, PhD Harmony M. B. Church Rev. John G. Hooks, Pastor and members are sending a birthday wish to Betty Porter and Edna Gilchrist. Greater St. Paul Church Dr. N. S. Sanders, Pastor and congregation extend birthday greetings to : Gussie Johnson, Betty Sanders (First Lady), Rosalyn Lundy, Dr. Beqjamin Franklin and James Johnson. Mr. Maty Bunch cele-District Assembly Held 'Raising Our Standards to Meet His Expectations' Leviticus 20:7-8 was the chosen theme of the Church of God by Faith (COGBF)-Tampa WestCoast District (TWCD) Assembly, which was held March 27 -29, 2009. This District is made up of seven churches located m: Bartow, Clearwarer, Ft. Myers, Lakeland, Plant City, Polk City, and Tampa. The host church was Victory Temple COGBF in Lakeland, Elder Neal T. Phillips, pastor. The assembly opened on Friday, March 27th with a one-hour Prayer Service, followed immediately by the Home Mission Service. The meeting was officially opened by Elder James E. Williams, III, District Superintendent. The Mes.senger of the evening was Elder Harvey Lawrence, Pastor of Clearwater COGBF. Other program participants were: First Lady Edna Lawrence, District Home Mission President, Sister Shirley Coleman, Devotion Praise & Worship Leader, The Elders and brates her 90th birthday on April 9th. She is a retired educator and a vital link to the community. NewMt. Zion M. B. Church Dr. J. S. Hardie, Pastor and the entire church send happy natal day wishes to : Barbara Willis, Mia Harley, Daisy Willis, Rev. Dudley Brown, and Dea. Ambrose (4/25) and Mrs. Barbara Austin (4/2). Belated Birthdays Belated birthday wishes go out to Pastor Barbara Giles (2/22/1950), a staunch supporter of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, celebrated her birthday with family, church family members and friends Her celebra tion was held at the beautiful Peggy Brown Center, Feb. 22, 2009, Sunday evening. Ms. Barbara is the Pastor of the Church Of God Gospel Tabernacle Happy belated birthday Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson, Greater St. Paul Church. y'all too! Gloria. Get Well Get well wishes go out to: Elizabeth "Sammi" Ministers Wives Praise Team and Elder Neal Phillips, Master of Ceremony. On Saturday, March 28th, the Messenger of the evening was Elder Thomas Faison, Jr., District Father/Pastor of COGBF Bartow COGBF and Britt Chapel COGBF. Other program participants were: Elder Neal Phillips, Master of Ceremony, and the Tampa WestCoast District Youth Choir under the directorship of Dexter Phillips and spe cial guest, Minister of Music Joseph Leath. The assembly concluded on Sunday, March 30th, with Sunday School and Mid-day Service. Elder Calvin McDonald, Pastor of Ft. Myers COGBF, served as Master of Ceremony. The Messenger of the afternoon was Elder James Williams, III, District Superintendent /Pastor of Little Rock COGBF. Special pulpit guest was Bishop Anthony Lawrence. Other program participants were: The Tampa WestCoast District Praise Team featuring Sistet Audrey Williams, Sister Shirley Coleman, Sister Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Bubba" Hamilton (Delores), Ellen Smith, George Cox, Sr., Betty Moore, Cora Gatlin, Henry Walker and Bessie McLeod. Florida Region's 41st Annual Mother Of The Year The Florida Region's 41st Mother Of The Year Fellowship Dinner was held March 14, 2009, at 5 p m at the Apostle Henry Ross Family Life Center, 1302 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lakeland. The center comfortablx accommodated 400-500 guests from all parts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. The program was uplifted by words of encouragement and a delicious dinner, accompanied by soft music from the Florida Region Orchestra, enjoyed by all. The program was as follows: The Introduction of Master and Mistress of Ceremony by Bro. Darryl Moore, II -Master and Mistress were -Dr. Kelvin and Sis. Michelle Wiley; Invocation and Blessing of the food -Brother Dwayne Mickens, II; Welcome -Sis. Susan Parrot; Response Brother Rayneil Driver; Scripture -Min. Joel Davis; Instrumental Sis. Pamela Calloway and Sister Karen Brown a nd the District Adult Choir und er the directorship of Sister Audrey Williams; musicians: Deacon Al Smith, Sr., Brother Monroe Jackson, Roosevelt Stewart, and Brother Keith Cox; Elder Harvey Lawrence, and Elder Thomas Faison, Jr. Some of the other leaders and/or members in attendance during the weekend were: Christian Willingham, Patience Landers, Darrick Landers, Yvette Jordan, Tonette Jordan, Minister Jerome Fortson, Pastor/Plant City COGBF, Minister Gary Hird and Minister Carolyn Hird, Associate Pastor/Bartow COGBF, Minister Paulette Mack, Mother Margaret Faison, Mother Lillie Williams, Mother Margaret Johnson, Mother Christian Mack, Mother Ollie Smart, Mother Princess Fortson, Mother Mamie Barnum, Mother Gennell Jordan, and Mother Dorothy Jones. Deacon Neil Cowan, Sister Carolyn Cowan, Sister Mary McEhath, First Lady Regina Phillips, Sistet Katrena Faison, First Lady Belinda McDonald, Sister Myrtice Landers, Sister Nora Burroughs, Samuel Burroughs, Solomon Angelica Roberts; Lakeland Praise Team -Selection; Recognition of Head Table and Special Guests by Min. Marcus R. McCoy, Jr.; Restoration Song -Mickens/Houck family; Introduction of Speaker -Sis. Michelle Spivey; Speaker I God's Messenger -Elder David Spivey; Presentation of the Mother Of The Year 2008 by Sister Anita Bradford; Presentation of Royal Court -Sis. Danita Groover; Bishop and'_Diocese Mother Of The Year, 2009 by Apostle Gentle L. Groover, Sr.; Introduction of the 2009 Graduates with Presentation of 2009 King and Queen by Dr. Dorcas McCoy and Sister Sandra Moore; Final Praise Fest -Region's Youth Choir; The Final Words -Apostle Gentle L. Groover, Sr. The theme was, "The Pursuit Of Excellence." The motto was, "I Press ." Scriptures: t Corinthians 12:31 and Philippians 3:14. Regional ApostleBishop Gentle L. Groover, Sr. Diocese Headquarters -Greater Refuge Church, Lakeland, Southern Headquarters; Greater Refuge Temple, Jacksonville, Northern Headquarters. Executive Staff: Apostle Gentle L. Groover, Sr. -Regional Apostle; District Williams, Sister Ann Fortson, Sister Jill Glass, Courtney Phillips, Albert Phillips, Merissa Landers, Sister Tassie Faison, Michael Shaw II, Shelton Faison II, Khyla Faison, Brother Brown, Sister Wanda Worlds, Brother Andre' Jackson, Evangelist Diane Jackson, Sister Willie Robinson, Sister Terri Cox, Al Smith II, Deacon Lee Mitchell, Deacon Paul Mack, Deacon James Mack, Deacon Leon Williams, Glenda Williams, Rashad Williams, Melanie Williams, Brother Mark Nash, Sister Albedean Nash, Deacon Amos Landers, Sister Yvette Landers, Sister Patricia Smith, Sister Florence Davidson, Sister Carolyn Dickerson, Deacon Ruben Allen, Sister Mae Allen, Sister Tenae Allen, Bryan Smith and many, many others. Special Anniversary Greetings Shaw-Ntif Talk extends special "Happy Anniversary" to two special couples who will soon celebrate another year of marriage: An1os and Yvette Landets of Tampa, (April 6th) and to Cornelius and Cynthia Floyd of Bradenton, (April 9th). May the Lord continue to bless you with many more anniver-""C :::0 Elder Marcus R. McCoy, r Sr. -Executive Assistant; w District Elder Kenneth N Groover Executive Secretary; Deacons Robert McGee and Rufus Slater Executive Treasurers; Elder Willie Nix, Jr. Sergeant At-Arms; Florida Congress, District Elder Dwayne A. Mickens, Sr.-President. The grand finale ... present ing the Mother Of The Year 2009 -Sister Clementine Johnson, Jacksonville, Greater Refuge Temple. Weekly Hellos 0 0 the same da)', exactly one Z year apart! Imagine that! 0 BELATED BIRTHDAY wishes are extended to 0 Minister Paulette Mack of Clearwater, who celebrated h -er natal dav on Sundav, March 29th. May the Lord bless you with many, many more birthdays! Shaw-NufShout-out This week Shaw-Nuf Shout-out ,goes to the husband of yours truly, Michael R. Shaw, as we celebrate our 13th wedding anniversary on April 6th May the Lord continue to bless us with many more anniversaries! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from \'OU. Share ,our exciting news and/or pl{otos of your celebrations, special -events, anniYersaries, weddings, reunions, church or communitv events, etc., with the rea.dership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Shaw-Nuf 1'alk by sending G') an e-mail to: sha\\nuf-m talk@,ahoo.co m or calling (863) 513-8-t37 OJ

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en c Polk Countv News co; ...J a: c.. <( Coup'e Renews Wedding Vows After 40 Years Of Marriage By Cynthia E. Zorn-Shaw o Polk County Columnist a: LL. HIGH SPRINGS, FL -As children, they played together, with other children, after church. In March 1968, as teenagers, they were officially introduced by her cousin, Emory Chandler, after she expressed an interest in the young Army man who was driving a 1966 GTO in the neighborhood. During her 12th year of school, he came and asked her father for her company. This was a custom, in earlier years, when a young man wanted to date a young woman. After his return to Germany and while serving in Vietnam, they dated by way of the U.S. mail. The love letters became sweeter and sweeter. Upon his return from Viet nam, they were married on December 26, 1968 at the courthouse in Gainesville, Florida. Two of the wedding ushers were Everett Williams, Jr., left, and Solomon Williams. On Saturday, February 14, 2009, as the rain fell gently outside the Church of God by Faith in High Springs, the sun was shining bright in the eyes (some shedding tears of joy) and hearts of those who anx iously awaited the entrance of the Bride and Groom! After 40 years of marriage, Elder James Williams, III entered the sanctuary accom panied by his father, Elder James E. Williams, Jr., Officiator to await the entrance of his once again Bride-to-be and wife, Lillie P. Williams. The Mothers of the Bride and Groom were seated by the cou ple's grandsons/Ushers, Derryc Jarman, Solomon Williams and Everett Williams, Jr. After the Lighting of the Candles, the couple's eldest daughter, Ma tron of Honor, Tangi Jarman was e scorted to her Mother's side by eldest son/Best Man, Everett Williams, and The Bride is shown with sister-in-law Deloris Landers. daughter/Bridesmaid, Audrey Williams, who was es corted by the youngest son/Groomsman, Jeffrey Williams. Ian Smith served as the Ringbearer. The Wedding Announcer burst through the sanctuary doors running up and down the church aisles crying out 'The Bride is coming Flower girls/granddaughters of the couple, Joy Jarman and Alani VanRivers created a path of rose petals, and a few minutes later, Lillie Williams entered the sanctu ary, on the arm of her eldest brother, Elder Jessie Hampton. For the first time, she experi enced the joy of being escorted down the aisle to meet her Groom. Throughout the sanc tuary there were smiles, tears, and sniffles of joy. The Exchange of Vows was a blend of the traditional wedding vows and VOWS that each the Bride and Groom had written, to The Groom is his youngest brother, Ezra Williams. Among the wedding guests were: Nehemiah Cowan with his sister, Chrissy Cowan. Wedding Coordinator, Carolyn Cowan with her husband, Neil. pledge their love, for the sec ond time, to one another. A bit of laughter came from family members and guests, when the Bride shared in her vows to the Groom, 'what's yours is mine and what's mine is mine!' The commitment was sealed with the Blessing and Exchange of Rings and a solo of The Lord's Prayer in song, by sister-in-law, Glenda Williams. A Prayer of Bless. ing was rendered by Elde. r . Williams, Jr. And of course, all was sealed with a Salute in Kiss by the. Groom and Bride. A reception was held after the ceremony af the High Springs Civic Center. The couple's youngest daugh:. ter, April VanRivers and her husband, Santron served as official wedding photogra phers for this oc casion. "The honeymoon will be for the rest of our lives to gether," stated -Elder Williams. The couple shares that they have stood strong and that their love has grown even stronger since the reded ication of their vows. In a time when longevity in marriages is somewhat un common, the Williams share that three important factors that have kept their marriage together are: (1) being saved, (2}having the Lord direct their lives, and (3) much prayer, loye and (spiritual) devotion. ''We both believe that in a relationship, there must be first be a commitment to God, ac .19lowledging Him, so that your lives can be directed; self-de nial, humbleness, and truthful and open-lines of communica-., tion are included in the ingre dients that make up the glue to make our 'oneness'. And, sometimes the two of you have get away and rekin dle, when you feel like the sparks are getting low in your relationship," shared Mother Williams. The couple is look. ing forward to many more years together! (Photos by Shaw-Nut) Bride and Groom with their parents and eldest brother, Elder Jessie Hampton. Bridesmaid Audrey Williams, left, is shown with the Bride, Lillie Williams, and Matron of Honor, Tangi First Lady Belinda McDonald, left, and Elder Calvin McDonald are shown with the bride.

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SECTION FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY,APRIL3,2009 c light 01 The World Deliverance Church Presents Women's Conference Light of the World Deliverance Church, a t the corner of 15th St. and Osborne Ave. was the site of a recent United Fellowship Women's Conference Apostle J. Jones is Pastor a nd founder and Evangelist Ruthie Jones is co-founder and coordinator of the women's conference A spiritual pageant was presented by the ladies of the church. More than 25 women adorned in white represented various women from the Bible during this service. The mistress of ceremonies was Evangelist Taranya Sampson of New Testament Christian Outreach Center. The devotion was by a praise team of Jacksonville, FL from the New Hope Holiness Church (Photos by Julia Jackson) Mistress of ceremony, Evangelist Taranya Sampson. Sister Annette Washington represented ''Lois," a womarl" of great faith. Regina Jones represented Liah. Representing "Ruth," Evangelist Lonnie Reeves. Evangelist Ruthie Jones preparing the participants for the pageant. Sister Delores House represented Martha, who loved welcoming visitors and the various travelers. Jacqueline Butts represented "Debra" from the Bible. Young Minister Visits New Mt. Zion Fifteen-year-old Minister Princeton Irvin Parker of Paramo1mt, CA made his annual visit to Tampa and the New Mt. Zion M. B Church congregation on Sunday, March 15th. An overflow attentive audience heard him speak from the 23rd Psalms. Minister Parker is the son of Irvin and Samon Parker. He is a member of Olive Grove Church of God in Christ in Los Angeles. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Minister Princeton Parker, center, visits New Mt. Zion each year the 3rd Sunday in March. He is shown with, from left, Minister Ricky Wade, Rev. Allen Cusseaux, and Rev. Dr. Walter J. W"illiams, pastor, New Mt. Zion. is shown with his mother, Mrs. Samon Parker, left, and Mrs. Sherry} Cusseaux. Sister Carolyn Williams was among those in the audience when Minister Princeton Parker spoke. Ron Curry was an-long the visitors to hear Minister Princeton Parker. Mrs. Daisy Jenkins, a member of New Mt. Zion. Ms. Marilyn Washington a nd her granddaughter, Sasha, !lt the worship service featuring Minister Princeton Min. Parker is shown with Dr. Walter Smith,and Mrs. EveJyn Smith.

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en Local M ...J a: a. <( Joe McFadden, Charisse C Burrell, Terry Davis, (f) Stanley Glover, Laurel w Evelyn Sanders, 37-t/2 years, retired teacher; and Takyia Boyd. ::J 1-> a: w > w 0 w J: (/) :::::i m ::J a. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m I ...J w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ...J u.. (.) I N w (!) C.lorbe fric 813.531.1133 (]3rarufy e 813.526.6292 Poetry C{u6 2518 Albany St. Tampa, FL 33607 Cfiess C{u6 Next To The Cotton Club Directly Connected To The Left Side Of Shop Rite DJ services Available humblearroganceinc. yahoo.com Felony And Misdemeanor Defense Drug Trafficking, Delivery And Possession Murder And Attempted 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 Assistant State Attorney Former Hills. County Sheriff's Deputy 20 Years Of Legal Practice Convenient Hyde Park Location With Free Parking Office: 813-254-1712 Cell: 813-527-1434 :6021/2 South Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33606 The hiring of a lawyer is an nnportanl dcci,ion thdl should noll>e based \Oiely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask the attorney to send you free written information about his qualifications and experience. Tne voice or Our c-:oFnnzuniry Speakiilg for Itself' # ; Samelia Davis, Cheryl Byrd Washington, Gwen Stephens, Lydia Sanders and LaVern Holloman. Marshall students enjoying the assembly. Ben Henry (Technology) and Joe McFadden (FBLA). From left, Cheryl Byrd Washington, Committee Chairperson; guests, Josh Goff, Rose Bilal and Stanley Glover, Committee Member. 50 Scholarships To Be Awarded To Students With Phvsical Disabilities The ChairScholars Foundation will award 50 scholarships to students with physical disabili ties at the Thirteenth Annual ChairScholars Festival, on Saturday, April25, 2009 from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. The Festival, called "ChairScholars Rock," will be held on the grounds of the Foundation's headquarters, 16101 Carencia Lane, Odessa, FL 33556. The Festival will be hosted by NFL legend and Pro Football Hall of Farner, Lee Roy Selmon. activities will include -W1i & Playstation games, karaoke, paintball, remote controlled car races, arcade games; arts and crafts, psychics and much, much more all followed by a delicious Lupton's barbeque dinner. The highlight of the day will be the awards ceremony. Of the 50 scholarships, 33 will be awarded to students from Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Sarasota and Volusia Counties-27 full tuition college scholarships, 3 community college scholarships and 3 vocational training schol a rships. The remaining 17 college tuition assistance scholarships will be awarded to stu dents from throughout the United St a tes. This Festival is sponsored by the Don & Erika Wallace Family Foundation.

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LEGAL NOTIC HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ABANDONED VEHICLES LEFT AT TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT .. Notice is hereby given that property abandoned at Tampa International Airport will be sold by public outcry as provided by law on Saturday, April 11, 2009 at 9 :00A.M. if not claimed by the rightful owner thereof Such public auction will be held at the Tampa Machinery Auction Inc located at 11720 US Highway 301 North, Thonotosassa Florida THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL BE offered for sale by competitive bidding AT THE TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC., and will be sold to the highest bidder : DATE IMP# YEAR MAKE/MODEL VIN# ABANDONED 88 1993 GEO PRIZM 1 YASK5367PZ041 04 12/03/2008 84 1989 TOYOTA COROLLA JT2AE92E6K3224533 11/30/2008 7 8 1992 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS 2MECM75W7NX615207 11/24/2008 77 1988 FORD PICKUP 1FTDF15N5JNA80667 11/24/2008 48 1994 HONDA CIVIC 2HGEH2361 RH517697 10/25/2008 42 1995 CHEVY 2G1WX12X7S9234501 10/18/2008 29 1997 DODGE4 DOOR 183EJ46X3VN727000 09/30/2008 22 1978 VOLKSWAGEN VAN 2382019900 09/20/2008 17 1991 BUICK4 DR 1 G4AH54N3M6411441 10/14/2008 12 1999 FORD EXPLORER 1 FMYU22X3XUC53177 10/09/2008 11 1992 MERCURY TOPAZ 1 MEPM31 X9N K63891 9 10/09/2008 6 1998 CHRYSLER 4 DR 1C3EJ56H7WN153231 09/07/2008 47678: 2003 PONTIAC GRAND AM 1G2NF52F73C288650 08/14/2008 47680 1989 cv 1 G6VR3188KU 1 00976 08/14/2008 87 -., 2000 JEEP TK 1 J4GW48S3YC2451 01 12/03/2008 54 1998 HONDA4 DR 1 HGCG5640WA017949 10/30/2008 47590 1998 MISTSUBISHI 4A3AK44Y3WE042399 05/18/2008 47009 1988 HONDA4 DR 2HGCA5639JH507969 07/23/2004 The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority/Tampa Machinery Auction Inc., reser:ves the right to remove any vehicle from the auction at any time and to reject any or all bids Vehicles will be sold "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY COVENANTS OR WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE ON THE PART OF THE HILLSBOROI..iGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY/TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION INC Vehicles will be on display from 7 : 30A.M. to 9:00A.M. on the day of sale Questions concerning the sale may be addressed to Lori Lowenthal at 813/870-7855 no later than 2 : 00 PM on Friday April 10 2009, or the Tampa Machinery Auction at 813/986 2485 on April10, 2009, before 5 :00P. M Notices will be posted at the Tampa International Airport Impound Vehicle Storage Lot located at 4812 W. South Avenue, Tampa, Florida, and in the Administrative Office lobby areas on the third floor of Terminal and second floor of the Service Building at Tampa International Airport, 5 503 W. Spruce Street, Tampa, Florida -Avon Representatives Jobs Fpr USA/Felons NEW WAGE SCALE Needed All Areas! (813) 965-7991 CNA'S 813-832-4282 Orientation Starting Pay Or E-mail Monday's1 :00 P .M. 7-3 $10 00$11 .00 AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO .COM March 23rd And 30th 3-11 $11.00-$12.00 Downtown Library Great Benefits, 401 k Ashley & Cass THIS COULD BE YOUR Pleasant, Courteous ADVERTISEMENT Every Wednesday Work Environment CONTACT LAVORA 12:00 P .M.@ THA LTC Experience Required @ (813) 248-1921 1803 Howard Avenue Apply In Person FOR DETAILS ON Health Care Center PLACING YOUR SUPPORT THE FLO::::Jil Of Tampa SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISERS 1818 Fletcher HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREP!!ENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened APRIL 23, 2009@ 2:00 P.M. P-0155-09(BM) AUDIO AND VIDEO EQUIPMENT Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the followin g : (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty org/procurementservices or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office locat ed at the address listed below Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commiss i oners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl. County Cente r Tampa Florida 33602 (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BIO (ITB) Document Number B-006-09 FY 2009 Railroad Crossings Improvements The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors interested i n providing TPA with labor, materials and equipment to resurface portions of Drawdy Dr i ve, CF Industries access road and East Port Drive, i nstal! concrete crossings at CF Industries accessroad, and East Port Drive and to coordinate with CSX Railroad to replace crossings at Drawqy Drive and CF Industries A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10 : 00 a .m on Thursday April 9 2009 at the Tampa Port Authority The ITS is available from the TPA's website (www tampaport com) and the DemandStar System Interested firms shall submit the completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101 Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602 Sealed Bids are due by 2:00 pm on Thursday April 30 2009 at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Firms failing to submit required ITS documents as outlined on Form 81-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB. TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SSE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects, and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SSE participation. TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids Questions concerning this ITB should be directed to Donna Casey TPA's Procurement Department, at (813) 905-5044, or e-mail dcasey@tampaport com, or faxed to (813) 905-5050. / FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE "T1 :::0 0 )> ""C rw N 0 0 CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z ""C c: m r-Cii :::t: m 0 m < m -t c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 "T1 0 ACCEPTS VISA, AMERICAN EXPRESS l THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN MASTERCARD, & DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE w I -----n

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c 0:: LL c z w c w :I: en :::i m ::::> a. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::::> m ...1 w z INVITATION TO BID Competitive sealed bids will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened at the s pecified time for : RFB 0915-PHASE 2 HABITAT ENHANCEMENT & RESTORATION FOR MARSH CREEKOPENS APRIL 30, 2009 @ 2 : 30 P.M MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE; APRIL 16 2009@ 10:00 a m (SHARP) at SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICrS TAMPA SERVICE OFFICE, LOCATED AT 7601 U S H I GHWAY 301, TAMPA, FLORIDA 33637 B idders arriving late or failing to have representation may not submit a bid. Bid Documents Specifications, and Drawings may be obtained from the District's Internet website at http://www.watermaHers.org/procurement or from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Florida Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211 extension 4133 or 1-800-423-1476 (Florida only) or. TOO ONLY 1-800-231-61 03 (in Florida) The District reserves the right to rej ect any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause Malcolm Wilson, CPPO, MPA Purchasing Manager 1-Campus Maintenance Mechanic I Brooksville Campus Educational Requirements: Standard h igh school d iploma or possessio n of o n acceptable equivalency d iploma; completion of HVAC courses. Experience Requirements:
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