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. .,/ .. .. rasse OIIIR SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A MICHAEL BAISDEN'S ONE MILLION MENTORS TOUR VISITS TAMPA Recently; Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, Inc., partnered with the nationally syndicated Michael Baisden Urban Radio Show, to bring Baisden and his One Million Mentors Campaign and Save Our Kids Tour to Tampa. The purpose of the tour is to encourage more adults to get involved in their own communities. Baisden broadcast live from a local radio station and attended a Town Hall meeting at Latam at tt"!e Centro, Inc., during his visit in Tampa on March 3rd. Shown in this photograph from left to right are: Charles Holloman, II, George Wilborn, Ms. Valerie Goddard, of the Hillsborough County Children's Board; Radio Personality Michael Baisden, Owen Young, Principal of Middleton High School, Neil Armstrong, of Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, and Maurice Stovall, of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. (Photography by BRUNSON). Boa,d D-ays Decisi On 3 Top Oftlcials SEE PAGE 3-A Drug Bust lets $ 1.5 Million In Car SEE PAGE 15-A Teenager' ;Critical Aller Accident SEE PAGE 6-A Police Arrest I For Gambling SSE PAGE 23-A

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Features :o Commissioners Delav Decision; OHicials' Jobs Remain In limbo :s: )> BYIRJS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In a 3 hour meeting r e mi niscen t of last week, t h e seve n-m ember panel of Hills b o rough County Commi ssio n e rs, vvith th e excep tion of hiring an outs ide attorney to represent th e b oa rd, very little was acco mplished Wednes day. The decision to terminate three high level officials was once again postponed. The commissioners hired Atty. Richard C. McCrea, Jr., of Greenberg, Traurig, and McCrea, to represent them at $310 per hour. Th e only other decision made was to allow Atty. McCrea the opportunity to review the con tracts of County Administrator Pat Bean, County Attorney Renee Lee, and In ternal Performance Auditor Jim Barnes and report back to them next Tuesday. Earlier in the day, Commis sion Chairman Ken Hagan changed procedure and held the public comments section during the morning meeting During the meeting, citizens spoke both in favor and against the terminations The discussion began with Ms. Pat Frank, Clerk of Cir cuit Court presenting the board with the names of two attorneys for consideration. After hearing their qualifica tions, the board decided to hire Atty. McCrea. MS. PAT BEAN County Administrator Commission Chairman Ken Hagan called for the ter mination of the three employ ees, stating that his deCision was based on a series of inci dents. However, once again, Corum. Jim Norman pre vailed as the voi ce of reason and said, "I have never seen these emails or any docu ments .... This is like throwing stuff up against the wall that we know nothing about." Corum. Norman stated that he wanted to make sure everything was done right and that it was not personal. Roger Dean, Director of the Information and Technol ogy Services Department, ex plained that his department was never compromised and, "There has been no internal or external hacking into erriails. .. If any hacking had taken place, my people would have COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT The City of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc. Is seeking the services of an Event Planner/Promoter to assist with fundralslng and event planning of related events. All Interested parties with professional experience should visit the website at www.cltyoftampablackhlstorycommmee.org .. for the Information or call 813-814-3031. The deadline to submit < the required lnfonnatlon Is Wednesday, March 31, 2010. VIsit the websHe for a scope of services for the planner/promoter responsibilities and further details. ;; bon7f m!; '-o 1. MS. RENEE LEE County Attorney caught it. It was also determined that emails are a matter of public record and are reviewed to prevent the release of confi dential information before being presented to the re questor. Corum. AI Higginbotham asked Ms. Bean on separate occasions, if she rec all e d Attorney Lee threa t eni n g Barnes durin g a m ee t ing. Ms. Bean said that w hil e s h e coul d n t recall th e e xact words s h e was "sh ocked'' a nd st unn e d b y Attorney Lee's l a n g u age. Corum. Higginbotham called for Atty. Renee Lee to be suspended with pay. How ever, he said, I want to gather additional information on Ms. Bean." White said I re ally vyas on the bubble, but now .I'm not. I don t know undertone is here? My concern is that fairness comes at the end of the day "Atty. Lee has been called adversarial because she hired an attorney There is still no mention of Ms. Bean being adversarial, but her attorney is here today .... Atty. Lee, I don t blame you for sticking up for yourself. ... 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editorials/Columns 0') .,... :I: (.) a: <( :a: c a: LL FLORIDA SENTINEL B U LLETIN (USPS 202 140} 2207 21st Avenue T amp a Florida 33605 (813} 248-1921 Publ ished Ev ery T uesday and F riday B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of N atio n a l Newspaper Pub lish ers Association ( N NPA) POSTMASTER : Send Addr ess Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Per i odical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W -Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER r GWEN HAYES EDITOR IRIS HOlTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLAS. SIFIED MANAGER Sub s cript ions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions: $ 87 00-Per Year Both Editions O p inion s ex pr es s e d on editori a l pa g e s of this n e w s paper by Columnists or Guest Writ e rs, do no t n ec es s arily refle ct the ed i t o rial st a n ce o f Th e Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publi s h e r Kendrick Meek For u.s. Senate c N o doubt, his favorite gospel tune is, "I'm climbing a: up, on the rough side of the mountain .. !" lnLL deed, political life has never been easy for Kendrick Meek, son of Carrie Meek, who together for the past
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Tampa links Revisit Historic Central Avenue During White Rose luncheon Links Committee members for the .\Vhite Rose Luncheon, "Things Rememberedi Looking Back At Central Avenue," are shown seated from left to right: Links Sonya McCoy, Dr. Hazel Harvey, Luncheon Chairman Patsy Green, Chapter President Janice Collier, and Ozepher Wilds.,Shown: standing from left to right: Pat Miles, Teresa Brown, Sonya Garcia, Marsha Lewis-Brown, Joan Dawson, Frances Sykes, Evelyn Bethune, and Yolanda Anthony. "The Twist" was invented here. Ella Fitzgerald penned songs here. James Brown performed here. The Lemon Meringue Cake Pie was created here. Ray Charles recorded here. And Jackie Robinson stayed here. "Here" is Central Avenue, the former African-American entertainment and business dis trict near downtown Tampa that was the place to be if you were living under Jim Crow laws from the early 1900s through the 1950s. The Tampa Chapter of The Links, Incorporated will take a look back at that era and honor the business pioneers of his toric Central Avenue at its White Rose Luncheon, 11 a.m., Saturday, April17 at the Hyatt Regency Tampa, 21I'North Tampa Street. "The focus of this luncheon is for everyone in attendance to come away with a newfound appreciation of Central Avenue's historical relevance in Tampa," said Patsy Greene, chair of the White Rose Lunch eon. Jim Crow laws gave birth to Central Avenue in the early 1900s, where the genius of African Americans controlled the social services, entertain ment and hospitality industries. Entrepreneurs such as C. Blythe Andrews, attorneys William Fordham, Ha,.-old Jackson, Francisco. Rodriguez, and doctors Martin Silas and J .A. White owned offices, restaurants, movie the atres, night clubs, and other businesses along Central To tell the story of Central Avenue, music and dramatiza tions will be woven throughout the luncheon with singers and actors bringing those places back to life; reflecting on the mystique of the original Cotton Club, Cozy Corner, Marshall's Barber Shop, Rodgers Dining Room, Lovie's House of Beauty, and other popular places in the district. To fully take part in and enjoy this experience, luncheon guests are encour aged to don old-fashioned hats and outfits that would hav e been worn during Central Avenue's he yday In addition to recognizing the heirs of Central Avenue's busi ness pioneers, the Links will present a $5,000 scholarship to a des erving m ed ical student at )> the University of South Florida ::xJ and honor an outstanding citi-(") zen with its Johna B. Andrews ::I: ...... Humanitarian Award. .!D Luncheon tickets are $50. N For mor e information pl ease contact th e Links at o 2010WRL@gmail.com.

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.... State & W. C. Claims Certified by State University CLARIFICATION All Job-Related InJuries Teenager Critical After Accident :I: (.) a: w c w ::J: en :J m ll. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w en I Adult L.n .. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. ir.e h rng of a lal,yer :san rmportant decrston that should not be based sol ely upon advertisements Before :;ou dec de asK us to send you FREE wntten informat,on about quallf 1cat1ons and expenencer An articl e th a t r ece ntl y ap pear e d in th e S e ntin e l stated that Naomi Thompson, of Naomi s Family Child Care won a National Accreditation from the National Association of Family Child Care. Ms. Thompson earned the accreditation and her facility is a home day care. We apologize for any errors the mistake may have caused. CORRECTION L. Xavier Tyrone Brazil, 18, rem a ins in critic a l c ondition at a local hospital aft e r h e was hit b y a car Tuesday night. According to police a woman was driving west on Fowler Avenue approaching a green light at 30111 Street when Brazil was running across Fowler in the crosswalk. Police said he was crossing against the red signal. Brazil continued running di rectly into the path of a vehicle and was struck, causing him to hit the windshield and displac ing him 70 feet into the middle of the roadway. Brazil was transported to a local hospital with life threaten-XAVIER T. BRAZIL ing injuries and is reported to stiU be in critical condition. The driver who hit Brazil was not charged. An article printed in the Sentinel incorrectly stated that this was the first year the J anett S. Martin Scholarship has been presented. This will be the fourth year the scholarship is given in her name. Arson Fire Has Residents Scared We apologize for any errors the mistake may have caused. -Middleton Class Of 1910 To Meet This house on the corner of nth Street and 21st Avenue was the 20th house set on fire in Ybor City Most of the fires were set in vacant homes Members of the Middleton High School, Class : of 1970, will meet on Tuesday, March 23rd, at the Palm River Library. The meeting will take from 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Contact Marvin Butts for ad ditional information. Marshall Class.Of 1969ToMeet The Marshall High School Class of 1969 will have a meet ing Saturday, March 20th, at 3 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Bruton Library. All class mates are encouraged to attend. Julia Valdes, Maria Delores Molina, and the Arreola family, all residents along nth Street and 21st Avenue have lived in their homes for 20 years or more. They all said the only problems they've had to deal with during that time were prostitutes. Those same residents said they were aware of the rash of arson fires that have plagued V.M. Ybor, but none of them thought it would reach tp.eir quiet neighborhood At 4:30 a.m. Wednesday ; Tampa Fire Rescue units were called to a fire at 2924 North nth Street. When units arrived, they reported flames coming from the home. The fire was put out in 20 The -ERIC T. TA ; N ow Located At: 442 W. Kennedy B -Suite 160 Tampa, FL33 Phone: (813) 2,. Automo Wro c---..... minutes on the boarded up home and investigators later de termined the fire had been an act cif arson. '' Fire investigators said the fire was started inside the home where an accelerant had been poured. They have not deter mined if it was or gaso line., This latest arson fire was the 2oth reported in the Ybor City area. In at least one of the fires a suspicious person was seen sit ting on the porch just before the fire started. A task Force is asking anyone with .information about any of the fires to call the arson tip line at (813) 274-7133. Call 9-1.:.1 if you see suspicious activity around a house.

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FYI Valcooks HSN Afternoon Show Time Changed Home Shopping Network has c h anged th e tim e for the afte rnoon s h ow of Val cooks Hostess A prons. Two s how s will a ir o n the 24 H our Cook ing" segme nt Monday, March 22, 2010. The early mornin g show r e mains a t 3 A. M. EST an d 2 A M. CST. The l ater show will air at 1 P. M. EST an d 12 p. m. CST. T h e show airs on Bright House Channel24 and Verizon Chan nel151. Tampa native Valerie Wilson Reed i s CEO ofValcooks, LLC. Group Joins Forces To Help Haiti On Friday, March 191 \ three organizations will join forces to provide assistance for the people of Haiti. The organ izations are the UniverSoul Circus, the 34th Street Church of God People Concerned for Missions Ministry under the leadership of Rev. Thomas Scott, Senior Pastor, and WTMP Radio 1150 AM. group will begin col lecting items at 7:30 p.m., on Frida y March 19th. The collection event will kick off be fore the 7:30 p.m. show on Friday, March 19. WTMP will host a live remote from 5 p.m. -7 p.m. outside the Univer Soul Circus box office at Ray mond James Stadium. Items can be dropped off at the cir cus site. The supplies will be earmarked for the children of Haiti. Pastor Scott and some of his parishioners recently re turned from a trip to Haiti and they can testify to the devasta tion that the Haitians are ex periencing. Items such as baby. formula, bottles, and children's underwear are des peratel y needed to aid the Haitian families' mission ef forts. more information, please call Angelique Lenox at 813-476-5899 or Todd Morris .at 205-266-7220. Greenwich Greenwich Greenwich Excellence Excellence Excellence Greenwich Excellence ., "' I Stability. Performance. Satisfaction. Accuracy. What you need from a bank is what Sun Trust delivers. Greenwich Associates recognizes SunTrust with nine Excellence Awards in commercial banking. Small Business Banking Overall Satisfaction Relationship Manager Performance Treasury Management Overall Satisfaction Treasury Product Capabilities Financial Stability Middle Market Banking Overall Satisfaction Relationship Manager Performance Treasury Management Overall Satisfaction Accuracy of Operations To see what Sun Trust can do for your business, call 877.431.4899 or go to suntrust.com/business. BANK 0 SUNTRUST SunTrust Bank Member FD I C. 2010 Sun Tr ust Banks Inc. S unT rust and Live S o lid Ban k Solid are federally registered service marks of Sun Trust Banks Inc :0 c )> s: )> :0 (') :I: ...... 1\) 0 ...... 0 r-0 :0 c )> (/) m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z "'D c: m r-(i) :::: m c m < m -t c: m (/) c )> z c ., :!:! c C) m ...... I )>

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2607 E. 24th Avenue Tampa, Florida, -Celebraunu -13rd Anniversarv Theme: "Walking In Unity As We Embrace The Vision God Has Ordained For His People"-Ephesians 2:12-13 Sunday, March 21st 7 : 45A.M. Minister Antoine Davis Peace Baptist Church Chairpersons : Rev. Sam & S i s Carolyn nesctay Night REV. ALPHONSO LEWIS ,., } : Matthew M_ B Church (Pastor Alec Half) Tampa Thursday And Friday PASTOR JOSEPH SYKES Elected Pastor Of East Ta Macedonia M. B Church (Wilder Ave. ) THETAMPA DISTRICT WOMEN'S HOME AND OVERSEAS MISSIONARY SOCIETY Of The A. M. E. Zion Church Invites You To d Men In Black Women In White Ar Sunday, March 21,2010 ** 4 P.M. Hood Temple AME Zion Church 3608 26th St. Rev. Aaron Hobley, Pastor MRS. QUINCENIA S. BELL Bible-Based Fellowship Church Guest Speaker Officers OfThe Tampa District A.M. E. Zion Missionary SoCiety President, Sadie S. Stevens BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF 60D IN CHRIST 2313 East 27th Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-5690 Invites you in celebrating our Pastor And First Lady's 25th Anniversary Honoring Bishop Matthew Williams and First Lady A. Gayle Williams Sunday, March 21, 2010 @11 :OOam Th eme : "G OD 'S "SUSTAINING POWER S t. Luke 6:38 Ann ivers ary Colors: Silver and B l ack Thi s w ee k th e M o town M a uri ce Show will f eature th e moth e r s of three hip hop a rti s t s a lon g with a p o pular c h e f and a u p a nd comin g band Th e show will b e tap e d liv e o n Saturda y M a r c h 20th a t th e Cu ban Club 2010 N 14th Str eet. Th e door s clos e for taping a t 7 p .m. Motown Maurice has in vit e d Ms. Aliyah D. Najm, Ms. H. Loraine Smith, a nd Ms. Jacida Carter, are th e mothers ofT-Pain Lil' Wayne and NeYo. They will se r ve as coh osts of their t a l k s h ow "Dinner Table Discussions (DTD), as his spe c i a l g u ests for thi s week. Another g u es t s l ate d for the s h ow i s Charles Mattocks, "aka" The Poor Chef, h a s made a nam e for him se lf as the author of "Eat C h eap But Eat Well. Paris Dennis, of "Pari s a n d The Birds of Paradis e ," a n I s land music b a nd will b e o n hand to s h are the ir mu s i ca l talents . The pre-taped s how s will be aire d on Fridays through April 3rd on Broadcast Channel 38; Channel 6 on Bright House; Channel14 on Verizon; Channel 11 on Comcast; Channel 6 on Knology; Channel 392 on Di r ectTV; Channel 38 on Dish Net work; and Channel s7.1 on Digital Broadc ast. For more information contact Motown Maurice at (813) 9510794 or e-mail a t motownmau rice@yahoo.com. Motivator oners Familv MentorshiP Program BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For more than 20 years Dr. Fairest Hill has trav e led throughout the country motivat ing students However, he said the time has come to do more than motivate people He will host his second in a se ries of workshops on Saturday, March 20th, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, at Kingdom Worship Cen t e r, 1102 E. Fowler Avenue. The program is entitled, Life Without Limits Family Mentorship Program: Restoring Hope To Broken Lives."The event is free and open to the public Dr. Hill said that during these economic times people need m e n to ring more than motivating. "Bishop T. D. Jakes said 'Woman You Are Loosed,' but today the whole family needs to be loosed. Dr. Hill said motivational speakers t e ll people what they need to do. But mentorship is a h a nds-on approach to show them how to accomplish their goals. I will go into different areas of the community to mentor fa mi. lie s I want to focus on the par ents. I b e li eve tha t so% of the problems with the kids is beh avior passed down from the parents. There are so many peop l e who need mentoring. A lon gt im e Ti:unpa resident Dr. Hill is the former drummer of the GAP Band and New Edition.

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1902 West L a Salle St. Tampa, FL 3360 7 Celebrates ii U N I TY DAY II March 21, 201 0 11 A. M. Guest Messenger: REV. DR. DAVID GREEN GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 4 P.M. 12 TRIBES OF ISRAEl FINALE HOPE OF SIDLOH COMMUNITY CHURCH 3910 East Conover St. FL 33610 Church# (813) 236-8353/Fax # (813) 236-8723 Elder Robert E Benn, Sr., Pastor Come Worship With Us As We Celebrate Our ANNUAL FAMILY & FRIENDS DAY CELEBRATION Sunday, March 21,2010-11:00 A.M. Theme: Hope For Tl}e Fan1ily Under Fire" Psalm 130:1 (Compare I Corinthians lQ:l3) FAMILY & FRIENDS DAY FELLOWSHIP DINNER Hope of Shiloh Community Church Tuesday, March 16,2010-7:00 P.M. Mother Wanda Gibson, Speaker (Loving Hill Primitive Baptist Church) Speaker. lltUIIIii.(;U Singletan ---BaptisfChlireh,otTampa Rainbow Ministries Church Of God In Christ 1405 Park Street Seffner FL 33584 813-381-3937 Pastor: ELDER JOSEPH B. GREEN First Lady CHERYL GREEN Weekly Worship Schedule Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Morning 11:30 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 Warriors Service Every Second Sat Of Each Month "Come A Table Has Been www.rainbowministries. webs.com Annual Family & Friends/ Old Fashion Day Sunday, March 21,2010 11 A.M. 11 A.M. Speaker Pastor Donell Peeler 4 P.M. Speaker Elder Joseph Green Dinner Served After 4 P.M. Service MARCH 20 2010 (813) 23 9-3161 RtCA1'TVU: Th l HtAD Hun Housr The Men Of College Hill Church Of God In Christ Invite You ... Triple H Men's Breakfasf "Head Heart And House" College Hill :t;onference Center 1002 Dr. Martin Luther King;)r. Blvd. ,,(9 A. M. -11 A. M. ELDE. R CHARLES DAVtiS BISHOP MATTHEW "''" .. Pastor.. WILLIAMS Presenter $10.00 G d The Gospel Train r' et Aboar A Worthy Touch Of Praise To Celebrate [IThe New FlithiUiairls 18111 .......................................................... ............................................................................. ,_,,, .................................................................................... ..... ........ __________ ... ___________________________ .................... __________ __________________ .. ______ .. ________ ::::::::: Both Are Open Door Programs Guests: Min. Mattie Lane and the Gospel Joyette (St. Pete) Faithful Few (Bartow) Wright Choice (Plant City) Spiritual Travelers (Ft. Myers) Echoes Of Joy (Dunedin) Shady Rest Gospel Singers (Brooksville) Spiritual Voices (Ft. Myers) And Many More Friday, March 19, 201 0 7 p. m. Saturday, March 20, 2010 7 p. m. Faith Church Of God In Christ 5610 Martin Luther King Blvd. (In Redeemed Outreach Building) Sunday, March 21,2010 4 P.M. First 100 People Get FREE Gift The Center For Manifestation 31 02"t: Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 Dr. Mark T. Jones, Pastor Guests: Tyrone Pittman and the Tampa Boyz Little Johnny And The New Gospel Wonders (Ocala) Tony Pittman And The Harmony Winds* Rev. And The True Disciples *Royalites (Orlando) Gene Bell (Bartow) Gramps And The Golden Harps Traveling Stars Faithful Gospel (St. Pete) Inspirational Voices of God LIL JOHNNY AND THE NEW GOSPEL WONDERS Qf QCAV\ ..... ..... 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r 0 :rJ c )> en m z ::! z m r I Ill c: r r m ::! z "'D c: Ill r c;; :I: m c m < m .:rJ < c: m en c )> z c ., :rJ c C) m <0 I )>

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All About You Happy 1st Binhdav a: <( :!: c a: u. c z <( c (/) w 1-w > w c w :::t (/) ::::i m a. AMARIEL And JALA Froni your parents, Sade and MeMe Ms.Prenv. JADA A. DALLAS z . i= Birthday blessings are being sent to the beautiful Ms. Jada, from, mommy, Ms. Lisa and daddy, LavonD.e. . . S -Jadawill celebrate her day with family and friends. You're such a lil blessing. We love you m Nanni Pooh. I . ...J w National z w (/) <( c a: 0 ...J u. Health Care Bill To Cost_$940 Billion WASHIN:GTON long awaited compromise health care bill drafted; by top. Democrats will cost $940 bil lion over the next 10 years, according to a preliminary analysis released Thursday by the nonpartisan Congressional Office. The House will consider two measures Sunday: an $875 billion plan that the Senate passed in December and the revised $940 billion measure. If the $875 billion Sen ate bill passes, it will go to President Obama's desk to be signed into law. If the revi sions are approved, they still will have to clear the Senate. AtAnnouncement Telling ._lacks To .Leave:Store NEW JERSEY--New Jersey authorities are-investigating an announcement made ove'r a public address system a.t a southern New Wal-Mart teiling "all blacks" to leave the store. A!: Happy 5th Anniversarv TOOT And DEE-DEE "Whoso findeth a wife, findetli a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the Lord."Proverbs 18:22. True love never fails. (New Ministry) 4 BAYSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST WELCOMES YOUR FELLOWSHIP FAMILY BIBLE STUDY: (Sun. 9:30A.M.) WORSHIP: (Sun. 10:30 PLACE: Comfort Inn Busch & 275 FOR MORE INFO: 813-451-0121 ST. MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3910 W. Laurel St. **Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 872-6254 Announces Celebration Of 25th Anniversary And InVites You To Join Us Sunday, March.21, 2010 9:30 A M.-Sunday School 11-A. M. -Morning Worship RE\L WALLACE Z.BOWERS Pastor R M. Evening Worship With Pastor/Teacher Samuel Maxwell And 1st Baptist Church of Progres.S-Village March_ 21, 2010 .. 11 A.M. DEACON CLARENCE FORT New Mt. Zion MB Church Guest Speaker.--, -_ 7 P. M. Deacons' Wives service MISSIONARY GLORIA WESLEY-.> College Hill Church Of God In Clvist ., Speaker

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c....\:<'3-\ct; eil,.1 Ste. 111 l> "? (Corner Of Himes) -< Congratulations To Mv Daughter On Becoming Ms. Mardi Gras, 2010 Tampa, Florida 33609 s: \\'WW. s lr a ightfromtlw O n 3 / 6 / 10, M s Erma L. N Morris, was c r ow n e d Ms. M a r di G r as 2010 b y th e O m ega P s i Phi F r a t e rnity, Inc U p silo n X I Ch apte r L a k e l and, FL. Thi s eve n wa s a f undr a i ser for th e ir scholarship pro gram Erma i s a Tamp a nativ e She i s the daught e r of Ms. Sylvia Jones-Morris and Mr. Charles Morris, Jr. She i s the granddaughte r of Ms. Erma Jones and the late, Deacon Johnny Jones, Sr. and the late, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris, Sr. She is the niece of Reggie Jones, Johnny Jones, Jr. and Jessica Morris. She is a member of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, MS. ERMA L. N. MORRIS where Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr. is pastor. Finally, Erma would like to thank family and friends for their support in this endeavor. BLACK DIAMOND It' s her birthday and she' s blessed to see another year. I love you sis and keep living it to the fullest. Sunday Morning Service 11 A.M. Bible Study Thursdays 7:30 P.M. Contact 813470-0063 For More Information The Northside Church of Christ, 6906 N. 50th Street, Tampa, FL 33617 The Northside Church of Christ, Congregation is searching for a dedicated Christ centered Minister who a passion for the spiritual development and growth of the Lord's Church This individual will have the primary responsibility of develop ing programs which will provide firm biblical foundation, en hance individual faith formation, encourage relational growth within the church, and ensure opportunities to develop the daily devotional life of the congregation. Minimum Qualification 2 years commitment with a 2 years renewal option Teach at least one class each week. Preach at least two sermons each week. Marital Status Preferably married Education Follow Us On Twitter At Check A->. On Facebook Be content with what you have for God has said, never will I leave you, never will I forsake you. So, say with confidence, "The Lord is my helper I will not be afraid." BA degree in Biblical Studies or AS degree in Biblical Studies with 5 yrs experience in a professional leadership role or 10-15 yrs of experience in a professional leadership role '\ 11 V\'Ww.twitter.?'om/FLSENTINELB Happ y birthda y From s is. Zenaida and family. Please enquire for other skill & related duties Email resumes to.: northsidechurchofchrist.tampa.fl@gmail.com Know The Facts This Easter. Do You Know .... Why the religious leaders took an adulteress to Jesus even though they considered him to be a false teacher and sorcerer, and why Jesus was allowed to teach daily in the synagogue? Why two thieves were chosen to die with Jesus? What was the true reason Judas was given thirty pieces of silver -not for a kiss? Why there was a drink at the cross for a man who was expected to die? Why Jesus said in the garden "Not my will but thy will be done" and then cried on the cross, "My God, My God why hath thou forsaken me?" Why the soldier pierced Jesus in the side with the spear? Author: Elmer M. Haygood, elmerhaygood@verizon.net P.O . Box 20191 Tampa, Florida. 33622 :D () ::I: ..... <0 1\) 0 ..... 0 "11 r 0 JJ C/) m z ::! z m r I m c: r r m ::! z ., c: m c C/) ::I: m c m < m JJ -< -1 c: m C/) c )> z c "11 JJ c ..... .....

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ead All About )t (1) ,... J: ................... ... fE ALL MY CHILDREN -Liza s h ea rtbrok e n over Tad 's actions; Annie s par a noia over Brooke c a: LL c z <( c en w ::J 1-ft w > w c w ::I: en ::::i m ::J a. z j:: w _. _. ::J m _. w z j:: z w .en I i3 a: 0 _. LL <( I N ,.... incr eases; David has a serious warning for Adam. David tell s Adam w hat Annie s reall y all about; Tad decides to put some distance between himself and Liza; Annie lets JR know she save d his lif e AS THE WORLD TURNS Updates not ava ilable. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Updates not available. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Nicole blackmails Anna into helping her; Daniel learns that Chloe has been lying to him about going to therapy; Kate lets Carly know Vivian 's on the warpath; Philip takes Melanie to their new home. Thea reveals to E.rthat knows his secret; Daniel threatens Vivian to leave Carly alone; Arianna and Brady share their e ngagement news; Anna asks the gov ernor for a pardon for Nicole; Daniel confronts Chloe about her lying. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Kristina begs Sonny not t 8 go after Ethan; Michael's tempted toreveal himselfto Dante; Sam and Jason disagree abdlit shares his doubts about Kristina with Carly; Sonny's murder trial gets underway; Maxie promises Spinelli she'll fight for her life. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Will Kelly accept Todd's offer just to spite Blair?; Starr wonders what's going on with Langston; Br ody fears he's lost Jessica forever. Kelly squares off with Todd; Gigi has a surprising proposition for Rex; Sierra Rose is in danger. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Updates not available -TQday's Birthday---Diversity is the key to your success this year. You learn how to harness your will fo achieve financial gain, creative expression and successful dealings in romantic or other relationships. Emotions work on a less conscious level to inspire you. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Spend time refining your communication skills You could start a bold new project Get your ideas doWn on paper. Aries (March 21-April19)-Today's challenge is to work with, riot against, your partner. Yes, your ideas are brilliant. But you need agreement to make them work. Taurus (April2o-May 20) -By taking several different approaches, you and your associate arrive at the same place at the same time. Ignore the man behind the green curtain. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Possibilities open up in the work environment. The challenge is to make hay while the sun shines, then play later Cancer (June 22-July 22) -You have lots of ideas today. Your partner can make them become reality. Offer lavish praise when the job's done. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Depend on your own insights now. If co-workers become inflexible, employ skillful leadership techniques to change their minds. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -If practice makes perfect, then you just hit the big time. The careful application of force prevents breakage Libra (Sept. 23-0ct; 22) Recognize by using each person's unique talents, even if they don't seem to apply right now; You'll use them later. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-You feel transformation just around the corner Are you ready? Check with the powers that be. Then, let it run full steam ahead. (Nov. 22-:Dec. 21)-Each time you ask for creative input, you reframe your practical desires. Group logic proYides greater opportunity to get your message out. Capricorn. (Dec. 22-J an. 19) Spend most of your time listening today. You want to press your advantage, but you'll get better results by hanging back. Be patient. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Everything rests on your own need to be creative. 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entertainment DMX Sentenced To 6 Months In Phoenix Jail DMX PHOENIX A judge has ordered rapper DMX to spend six months in a Phoenix jail for violating probation and to undergo a mental health evaluation. DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons, admitted in court Tuesday to a single violation of probation for failing a drug test last June. H e was arrested March 9 The 39-year-old r appe r was r eleased from j a il in May after serving a 90-day sentence for felon y convictions including cruelty to animals, theft and two drug counts. Maricopa County Superior Court Commissioner Christine Mulleneaux says he could be released from jail earlier if he's accepted into a drug rehabil itation program. County authorities have arrested Simmons five times, including an August 2007 raid on the rapper's north Phoenix home where they found 12 neglected dogs, three buried dogs, drugs and a cache of weapons. Michael Jackson's Estate Signs $250M Contract With Sonv MICHAEL JACKSON Michael Jackson's estate is making history nine months after his death, signing the most lucrative recording con... tract in history. His estate has agreed to a seven year contract with Sony Records worth an estimated $250 million . Through the contract the record label will have access to Michael's back catalog grant,. ing them permission to release unreleased music from the King of Pop. Additionally, the contract calls for the release of ten CDs with both new and old materi al repackaged. Since his death in June, Sony has sold 31 million of his albums worldwide. They have a lso collected an estimated $250 million in sales from CDs, memorabilia and his This Is It" movie. Bench Warrant Issued For Jailed liiWavne YUMA, AZ An Arizona judge issued a bench warrant Tuesday for Grammy Awardwinning rapper Lil Wayne after he failed to appear for a hearing on drug and weapons charges because he is serving jail time in New York. A Yuma Gounty Superior Court judge issued the warrant after the entertainer, whose real name is Dwayne Carter, failed to appear in court for a final hial management confer ence . But Lil Wayp.e's attorney, James Tilson, said his client couldn't appear because he is already serving a one-year jail sentence for having a loaded gun on his tour bus. The rapper began serving that sentence March 8 at the Rikers Island jail complex. Lil Wayne was arrested in January 2008 at a border checkpoint 78 miles east of Yuma after authorities say they found cocaine, Ecstasy and a handgun his bus. Oprah Must Defend Ex-Headmistress's Suit PHILADELPHIA-Tal k s how h ost Oprah Winfrey must defend a d efa m atio n s uit over re m arks s h e made about a headmistress a t h e r girls' school in South Africa after a sex abuse scanda l e rup't e d th e re, a U.S. judg e rul ed. The case is no w se t for trial on March 29 in Philadelphia. Judge Eduardo Robreno refused to dismiss the suit in a d\!cision Monday ruling that headmistress Nf?.mvuyo Mzamane has evidence to pursue : her defamation claims against the media mogul. Winfrey made the remarks in 2007 after the complaints surfaced OPRAH WINFREY at the $40 million Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls, near Johannesburg. A dorm matron who worked under Mzamane was later charged with abusing six stu dents Jackson's Doctor In Vegas To Resume Practice LAS VEGAS The doctor fac ing a manslaughter charge in singer Michael Jackson's death has returned to Nevada to resume his medical practice and await trial, his represen tatives said Wednesday. Dr. Conrad Murray was in Las Vegas making arrangements to work from another physician's office pending an April 5 evidentiary hearing in Los Angeles, said Miranda Sevcik, spokeswoman for DR. CONRAD MURRAY Murray and his lawyer, Edward Chernoff; ::0 0 s: )> ::0 () ::I:

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Entertainment C\1 ,... :I: 0 a: <( c a: LL Redman & Method Man To Give Awav Free Haircuts For Easter Method Man and Redman have teamed up with Against Da' Grain (ADG) to offer local children free hair cuts in time for Easter. Method -Man and Redman, who both are clients of ADG, decided to partake in the annual event to provide neighborhood kids, who are 12 years of age and under, a way to look their "Sl.!ndays best", even if their parents can't afford for them to this year due to economic woes. "Whether it's free haircuts or METHOD MAN And REDMAN family style BBQ's, ADG is always looking for ways reward its customers and I'm always down to celebrate their community efforts", Redman. Lil wavne's 'Rebinh' cenitied Gold Wayne could pull off a suc cessful rock album may have to eat their words now that the Recording Industry Associatio n of America has confirmed that Lil Wayne's Rebirth has gone gold. The RIAA made the announcement today that' Rebirth is certified gold and vastly approaching platinum status. Memphis Bleek Protege, G Babv, Shot and Killed GBABY The events following an event featuring rapper Fabolous took. an unexpected turn for the worse as upcoming B ; oo-klyn rapper G Baby, legally Gregory Brown, was shot and killed. With details scarce, reports state that the rapper was shot in Queens after Loso's show located at Club Amazura. G Baby, 22, was the protege of Memphis Bleek and was a new artist of Bleek's upcoming label, Get Low Records. Outside of the music business, the rapper stated that G ;Baby was also a childhood friend. After hearing the news of his friend's fatal shooting, Bleek turned to his fans and Twitter to give his reaction to such a tragedy. "I'm in mood I can't explain I lost a real n**ga 2day R.I.P. to my n**ga who was like a bro to me!! G.BABY .. Love u G ... Ikon Releases New Fragrance Konvict Muzik's commander and chief and the mastermind behind the phenomenon that is Lady GaGa, Akon, is set to launch his own fragrance. Joining the likes of Diddy, Nelly and Jay-Z, Akon is preparing for the release of "Konvict" for men and women.' The fragrance line is working in partnership with his newly formed Konvict Cosmetics, International LLC. Speaking on the new fragrance, the Managing Director of Konvit Cosmetics AKON Jack Aini says, "We are excited and honored to launch Konvict with Akon which we project sales in this celebrity fragrance market." ludacris Ends Feud With Bill O'ReillY "The first thing I said to him was, 'I want to meet the guy who has had so much to say about me, but knows absolutely nothing about me ... Ludacris' longstanding beef with Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly is offi cially over . Luda deaded his beef with the shock-commentator known for his politically incorrect, biased and often irrational opinions, largely responsible for Luda losing an endorsement from Pepsi. Luda says after 8 years of brewing issues, he confront ed O'Reilly at a recent event and approached him saying, "I want to meet the guy who has had so much to say LUDACRIS about me, but knows absolutely nothing about me ... Unbeknownst. t9 many, Luda tells RadarOnline..com. that the unlikely pair ended their feud amicably and even hosted a charity event together. NOW AI The {f;r:&, 0 : Rated GF ..... Entertainment ( yJ. /J 1(',)('//[,, ... Lad.ies :Night'' Tuesday: "Behlnd.oa .. l\llic'' (Spoken Word: -. . "Talk Spot. ... .. ( . ,_.,,,, \ \ Don't Forget To Check Us Out In Friday, Saturday & Sunday For Live Entertainment And 1/ / / I Old School Hip Hop

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Crime Man Faces Second Murder Charge DERRICK CULliNS ... Charged with murders of Carl Walters and Ryan Darkins Davis Earlier this month, the Hillsborough County State Attorney' s Office filed a second murder charge against a 29-year-old Tampa man. The suspect has been in jail since he was charged with the murder of his younger brother last ApriL On March 4th, Derrick Cullins appeared before Judge Walter Heinrich, Jr., on the second murder charge. Cullins was charged with the murder of his brother; Carl Walters, 21, on Apriln, 2009. Walters' body was discovered in a woo.ded area in Thonotosassa on April 7, 2009. Support The Florida Sentine Advertisers -.. -. . 1'--RYAN DARKINS DAVIS .. Skeletal remains discovered last month Ryan Darkins Davis, 20, left his home with Walters on April 5, 2009. He was never heard from again. J?avis' mother, Mrs. Robin Harris, reported him as a missing person on April, 8, 2009. His skeletal -remains were discovered in a wooded area last month. Police executed a search warrant at the home Walters and Cullins shared at 1810 E Humphrey. Detectives reportedly discovered evidence that a violent struggle had taken place at the residence. As the investigation continued; police spoke with Cullins. During the interview at the police station, police reportedly observed unexplained cuts on Cullins' fingers, a bite mark on his buttocks, and a bite mark on his chest. He also : had blood on his clothing and shoes, police said. $1.5 Million Found In Car After Drug Bust JUSTIN ST. P E T ERSBURG -On Monday, St. P e t e r sburg Polic e d e tectiv e s said a yea r-long dru g investigation has l e d to the s ei z ure of more than RICHARDSON $ 1.5 million in cash and the arre st of a 28-yea r -old m a n on feder a l drug charges. Police said in reports how coca i ne shipped from Me x ico 'was distributed through the city's neighborhoods by top members of 8-Hype ," a local gang based in Harbordale. Justine Levine Richardson was arrested on a charge of conspiring to distribute cocaine. Detectives said they at one time found $1,008,720 inside his car. Richardson, well known to narcotics detectives, was arrested in Texas in 2004 for shipping drugs through the mail. He was sentenced to five years in a federal prison and was still on probation for that offense when he was arrested Monday During the joint operation, authorities said they tracked down witnesses who said Richardson supplied them with cocaine; tracked hl.m as he allegedly transported a large black duffel bag contain ing $277,585 to a drug stash house, and discovered a courier who crossed the U.S. Mexican border. Trio Facing Fraud Charges On Tuesday, Tampa Police responded to a complaint by the owner of Club Nouveau in reference to a suspect fraudu lently sellingtickets to a nonexistent event set for this Friday at his club. The owner said numerous patrons had bought the tickets and called him to inquire fur ther. A special police squad set up a buy-bust operation and arrested two femaie suspects delivering $300 worth of fraudulent tickets. The officers were to get additional informatii:m that led to the arrest of Antonio Miller. Miller, 36, reportedly organized the fraudulent scheme Arrested were Tabitha Barnes, 19, on charges of organized fraud.and grand theft; Shanise McCray, 18, on charges of organized fraud, grand theft, and possession of cannabis; and Miller -.on charges of organized fraud,. grand theft, being a felon in possession -of a firearm; pos session of cannabis, and contempt of court. Barnes was released on. $4,ooo bond, McCray is still in jail with her bond set at $4,500, and Miller is being fhe1d In The Spotlight SOHNDRE We are returning to you th_is week as our Spotlight feature, the lovely Sohndre. When she appeared as Tuesday's Beauty Unlimited feature, the phones didnit stop ringing with requests to her again. 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0 SP-_o_rts ____________________________________________________________________ ___ ,.... :::z:: 0 a: < ::: Former Armwood Grid Star Avoids Jail ANGELO HADLEY AUBREY HADLEY Former Armwood High School football star, Angelo Hadley, accepted a plea deal Tuesday to avoid jail on a burglary charge. Hadley had accepted a scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina after becoming his school's all-time leader in intercep-ons. However, an event in April 2009 changed his future. According to the Hillsbo rough County Sheriff's Office, Hadley had arranged to have > sex with a 14-year-old female ;: he knew from school. Investigators said Hadley was at the girl's house and intentionally left the door unlocked so his brother, Aubrey, and two others could rob the place. They got away with jewelry cash and a shotgun. On April 29, the Hadley brothers were arrested on charges of grand theft, burglary of an occupied dwelling and grand theft of a firearm. Both appeared in court Tuesday, accepted a plea deal, and Circuit Judge Chet A. Tharpe sentenced them to 5 years probation and ordered them to make restitution to the girl's family. An attorney representing Angelo Hadley said his client may have the opportu nity to attend a school out of state. Judge Tharpe said the probation wouldn't affect him leaving the state. a: LL SeanJonesAureesTo Deal With Buccaneers c ffi Free agent safety Sean > Jones has ffi agreed to a two-year con. 'tract with the w z i= z w Ul < c a: 0 -I LL ampa Bay Buccaneers. The team JONES announced the deal Wednes-day. Jones played for -----.-last season after spending the first five years of his career with the Cleveland Browns. He started nine games with the Eagles, finish ing with 72 tackles, one sack and two interceptions Jones was a second-round draft pick of the Browns in 2004. He has been a full-time starter since 2006, and his 16 interceptions over the past four seasons are tied for fourth among safeties. OF' .THE F'UTU RE Had Several Drawings Over The Tax Season. JANUARY Thomas Ramos Won Super Bowllickets, FEBRUARY Nailah Griffin Won $100And un ...... Williams Shown In Photo Won $1,000 MARCH Yawo Alousonou Won $100. In Photo Shown: Kevin Hobbs, Detroit Lions #23 Right, Robert Williams, $1000 Winner < I CD ,.... If You Haven't Had Your Taxes Done Come See Us. And Sign Up For The Drawing Ex-Coach Dungv Speaks-To Inmates In South Carolina COLUMBIA, SC --Tony Dungy stood before more than 1,700 prisoners Tuesday, sharing a smile and TONY message of DUNGY hope that has become his life's work. The fo 'rmer NFL championship coach said he recently visited an inmate in Florida that he had ministered to nearly 10 years ago. The prisoner thanked Dungy for changing his mental and spir itual outlook. "That," Dungy said, "was a bigger thrill for me than win ning the Super Bowl. Dungy guided the Indianapolis Colts to the Super Bowl win in 2007 -the first Black coach to do so then left the league after one more season to focus on his family and mission. The foot ball analyst spent the morning speaking to inmates at three facilities in the Broad River Correctional complex of the South Carolina Department of Corrections. The last gathering was for about 550 minimum-security prisoners assembled on a worn-down softball field not far from the prison's A choir and-band from the Central Church of God in Charlotte, NC, played inspirational songs before Dungy's group arrived Dungy told the crowd he'd often come_-to South Carolina's capital city to search out prospects as a pro and college coach. This time, he came to let those locked up know it's not too late for posi tive, lasting change . "It really doesn't matter about your past," Dungy said. "It's about your future and what you're going to do." Tomlinson Signs 2-Yearoeal With Jets LaDainian Tomlinson is bolting for the Big Apple. The New York Jets signed the former Chargers running back to a two-year con tract Sunday, adding an aging star to an offense that ranked No.1 in rushing last season. The Jets confirmed that they have agreed to a deal. The Daily News reported Tomlinson's two-year deal is worth $5.2 million, accord ing to source, and can esca-Contact: Phyllis Christian 813-516-671 S late t6 $5.7'million : Tiger woods To Return For Golf's Most Coveted Event It's official. Elderick "Tiger" Woods will return to the golf course, and has selected golfs most coveted event, The Masters, to make his debut. Since Thanksgiving 2009, Woods has been vilified by the media and golfers for his affairs with at least a dozen women. The confession even cost the world's greatest golfer some endorsements, but those who recognize real talent and what it means to professional golf have stayed the course and continue their support. CBS, who will be broadcast ing the Masters, has already stated they won t be talking about Woods' personal life. CBS will be promoting The Masters and the return of Woods carefully in an effort to focus more on the event and less on the troubled golfer's home life ; Before Woods announced his return, sponsors had already booked their spots. TIGER WOODS Woods is playing, golf ratings go up from 20% to so% Since 1977, the top-rated final round of a major tourna ment was 1997 when 14.1% of all households watched Woods win his first Masers. No one can prediCt what will happen once Woods takes the course and the gallery starts yelling. Security will be in place and. all disruptive onlookers will be escorted off the course. Nutritious Meals for Seniors Hillsborough County Hillsborough County Department of Aging Services' Nutrition Services Program provides midday meals for residents age 60 and oldet: Currently, we are looking for new senior clients who are in need of meals to be served through our local coniregate sites in the Hillsborough County area For more information on nutritious meals for seniors, call (813) 307-3605. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY /JtNVUJ. oJ e,.IIU44io-u e I Keys Made te I 79 And Up' e Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set. ........................ $3-.49 ea. 3" Brushes ............... .......... ,; ...... 99 ea. . LI. M .II 2 WJIH. THIS. AD. ON.LY! ....

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To the residents of Hillsborough County District 3: It has been my pleasure to serve the residents of District 3 for another year. Throughout my tenure in office, I have Listened to the needs of citizens and have acted as quickly as possible to reach the best results. Listed below are just a few of the initiatives that I have spearheaded or played a vital role in since being elected to represent the residents of District 3. Thank you for granting me the opportunity to serve you. n is truly an honor to represent the citizens of District 3. If you any questions, concerns or ideas, please feel free to contact my office at 813' 272-5720. Kevin White Hillsborough County Commissioner, District 3 Hillsborough County Boarq of County Con1n1issioners Created stiffer penalties for irresponsible pet owners. Requested an investigation of the Affordable Housing office after the Loss of 2.5 million dollars, which resulted in a total department restructuring. Assisted District 3 residents with the removal ofundue liens placed on their properties. Drafted and adopted new MBE policies and procedures at Tampa General Hosp;tal, which resulted in record numbers of minority contracts awarded during the 2009 fiscal year. Created new Legislation preventing the clustering of sexual predators in Local neighborhoods. Secured funding in the FY 08-09 budget for seniors at JL Young Apartments on the lunch program waiting list. Created stiffer penalties to enhance Hillsborough County Child PrQtection Ordinance. Supported maintaining finances for afterschool programs in Hillsborough County facilities. Created a new publicprivate partnership, which .netted Hillsborough County Animal service supplies valued at more than 18,ooo.oo dollars. Worked with Fire Rescue Chief Bill Nesmith upon concerns from Palm River residents, to add Requested that Bob Gilders' name be returned to the Supervisor of Elections office building on Falkenburg Road after being removed. Continued support of the 40th Street widening project designed to alleviate traffic concerns along this scenic corridor. Supported East Lake park community in opposition of "Tent City" being proposed at Hillsborough Avenue and Harney Road and has advised new locations for our Homeless population. Lead the effort to save the county's Aging Services Senior Meals program. Continues to support Minority Business Development throughout county government and the private sector. Worked tirelessly to spread the word on the importance of voting and possible voting irregularities while serving as a member of the Hillsborough County Canvassing Board during the 2008 election cycle. Successfully fought during the 2009-10 budget cycle for the immediate restoration of funding to the following agencies or positions that directly impact our District:. Voted to keep the African-American, Hispanic, and Asian Liaison positions in Hillsborough County so that all ethnicities are represented. NAACP Enterprise Zone funding East Tampa Community Development Corporation an additional full-time rescue unit to serve the Greater Palm River area. Hillsborough County ::c c :: > ::c 0 J: ..... I\) 0 ..... 0 r-0 c > C/) m z ::f z m r-1 Ill c: rrm ::f z ""C c: Ill r-(i) J: m c m < m .... C: m en c > z c c

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0 ,... 0 N ,... :I: u a: <( 2 > <( c a: LL. c z <( c en w l-it w > w c w l: en ::::i m D.. z j::: w ...1 ...1 m I ..J w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ...1 LL. MRS. VERLINE HARRIS Homegoing services for Mrs. Ve.rline Harris, who passed away Monday, March 15, will be held at Peters -Missionary Baptist Church; 'Pelham, Georgia, March 27, 2010, at 11 a. Iil. Interment will be in Meigs,, su.nset Cemetery,Meigs, ... Verline Harns was born July 4 1931 in Mitchell County, Georgia. She was a member of Springhill M. B. Church. She in death by: illysses and Dollie Anderson; brothers, Tommy 'c. Mitchell, Willie Anderson, Johnny B. Anderson and Dave Collins; sisters, Lorene Dobson and Shirley McClain. She leaves to cherish her memories:. husband, Rudolph, 'Jlarris; children, RudolphHarris, Jr., Tampa, Tampa, BarbaraG. Harris (John), New smYm,a Beach, Reginaid A. Harris, Tampa, Terrence-. Z i' ; Harris, Tampa, Bever)y)'\Cirise Taviere, im.d Gordon Kent HarriS:, :Tampa; grandchildren, : l\f2ll,'quielus Wrig];tt, Tampa," ; _: Martye Gattie, Harris, Jr., and M --_. "ta Harris, both of MonrSuisiana; Markisba Jahle King, Zadrian King, Alicia Harris, Jazmine Harris; ; Malcolm Cyrus Youmans, Taviere, JameS :H&rris, Kena Harris, Jamar Hams, Jamal Harris and Keanna Harris, all of Tampa;.ah()st of great grandchildreilj .sisters, Sharon An-, derson, .:.: Delray Beach, Elizabeth Griffin, Pelham, Georgia, Gloria Adkins, Meigs, Georgia, and Anderson; Meigs, a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; special niece, Mia Davis; special friends, Ella Rose Chapman, Gwen Burge8s; -and Pauline Glymphf and special Janis Reese Anderson-Harden. will be held at AikenS Funeral Home, Friday, March 19, 2010, from 5-8 p. and Saturday from 9 a.m._..,;3Pm. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.pW.msfuneraJhome.net MRS. SONYA L. MCFARLAND Homegoing services for Mrs. Sonya L McFarland, who passed away Monday, March 15, 2010, will be he_ld Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Springhill M. Church, 8119 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. Eugene Garnett, pastor, with the Assistant Pastor, Rev. -Willie Frank Sheppard, officiating. In tennent will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Sonya L. McFarland was born September 3, 1963, to the late Doris Baldwin. and Edward J. Graddy in Tampa. She received her education in the schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in 1981. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Doris Baldwin; and grandson, Jon Anthony Rorie. In May 1992, Sonya met and married Brice McFarland. Sonya worked as a medical secretary at the Medical Library at MacDill Air Force Base; then she worked as a medical billing clerk at Doctor's Walk-In Clinic. tired from the Tampa Housing Authority due to her health. Sonya enjoyed singing, puzzles, watching movies .and reading books. Sonya lived life and she will truly be missed by her family and friends. She leaves loving memories with: her beloved husband, Brice McFarland; her devoted daughter, Netessia L. Rorie; son, Anthony J. McFarland; grandchildren, Ja'N!a C. Austin, Natasja L. Rone, and Navon L. Rorie; brothers, William "Jerry" Harris, Freddie "Ben" (Janet) Graddy, Irvin (Tiika) Preston, Edward Graddy, Jr., and Lamont (Keisha) Baldwin; sisters, Jonisha Graddy, Minnie Graddy and Carrisha Graddy; aunts, Thelma (Roosevelt) Hill, Essie Jolliff, Sharon. (Rodney) Peterson, Rubeye Graddy and Hazel Graddy; uncles, John (Allie) Harris, Clifford (Dorothy) Lee, and Alphonso (Linda) Lee; special nieces, Tanisha Graddy and Porschea (John) Brewer; special nephews, Jordan (Brittany) Ingram and Anthony "Professor" Graddy; special cousin,_ Alexandrina Jolliff; childhood friend, Theresa Sims; good friend, Daphaney Dixon; and a host of cousins, family and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 5=30-6:30 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.BikepsfuneraJbome.net DEACON WILLIE C. THOMAS Honiegoing services for Deacon Willie C. Thomas, of 1601 E. 29th Avenue; who dep811ed this life Friday, March i2, 2010, will be held Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 2 p. m. at New Greater Friendship M. B. Church, 3325 E. Emma Street Pastor Madison M. In Murray, Sr., officiating. ter-ment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Deacon Willie C. Thomas was born on June 30, 1933, in Madison, FL, to the late Will and Louise Thomas. He was an honorable Korean War Veteran and retired as a longshoreman. He served as Chairman of the Deacon staff at New Greater Friendship M. B. Church. He enjoyed fishing, being around his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Martiel M. Thomas; a sister, Bernice Simmons; and two brothers, Otis Thomas and Sylvester Thomas. He leaves to cherish his memories: three children, Bernita Encinosa, Mychell Robinson (Reginald) and Cynthia Thomas; 10 grandchildren, Tennille, Keisha, Shana, Rerily (Juan), Emmanuel (Alicia), Rene (Joe), Wiliie, Melanie, Amber and Alicia; 12 great dren, Shanikka, Mykel, Kyondae, Keelan, Kysean, Jeremiah, Kourtney, Lalla, Janae, Joe, m, Willie, Jr., and Juan, Jr.; four aunts, Olia Thomas, Annie B. Powell, Doretha Thomas and Catherine Thomas; two uncles, Ernest Boykins and Bishop White (Wife); sister, Oris Ford; two brothers, Thomas (Gussie) and Curti$ Thomas; brother-in-law, John Allen; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, March 19, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net MR. ALPHONZO BONNER' Homegoing services for Mr. Alphonzo Bonner, who passed away on March 9, 2010, will be held this Saturday March 20, 2010, at 11 a. m. Central Baptist Church, 402 East Windhorst Road, Brandon, 33510, with Pastor David O'Hara, officiating. Interment will follow in Hopewell Cemetery, Plant City, FL. Alphonzo Bonner, also affectionately known as AI and Fonzo, was born in Memphis, Tennessee on May 1964, to Barbara Edwards and Willie Lee Bonner (deceased). Alphonzo, -who was God's creation and gift to us, departed this life on March 9, 2010, in Brandon,: Florida. Alphonzo lived most of his childhood life in Memphis, Tennessee, before moving to Morristown, New Jersey, with his mother, where he graduated from Morristown High School. Alphonzo married his beloved wife in June of 1984, and started his family in Orange NewJersey. Priortorelocatlng to Tampa, in 1988, Alphonzo had a lengthy tenure at Morristown Ho!ipital New Jersey, as a superviso;. Always striving to be a provider, Alphonzo quickly became a jack of all trades. After arriving in Tampa, he became certified in hazardous materials, respiratory prevention, forklift operations, diesel mechanics, fire prevention, and propane operations. In addition, Alphonzo also worked in construction and health care. A true believer and follower of Christ, Alphonzo was called to serve the Lord at Central Baptist Church, Brandon, Florida, where he was baptized in 1998 and was a current member. Alphonzo is survived by: his beloved wife,. daughter and son. Being family-oriented, Alphonzo was protective and prideful of his children. An ambitious father he instilled in them the d importance of getting an e u-cation and achieving more than he di.d. Two of his proudest moments were seeing his children off to college. Throughout his blessed life on this earth, Alphonzo touched and affected many lives as a father, a brother, an uncle, a nephew, a cousin, a mentor, an advisor, a helper and a friend. Alphonzo had the determination to live a fulfilled and God-enriched life during.his borrowed time on earth before departing to see his loving Lord and Savior. Alphonzo leaves to his precious memones his beloved family: wife, Valencia Bonner daughter, Jackae EUeby(Derrick);son,Jahreil Bonne r ; mother, Barbara Ed-. wards brothers, Alvin Bonner Tennessee, Willie Bonner (Laura), Johnny Bonner and Lee Bonner (Tara ) Virginia; sister, Renae Drummond (Bernard), Texas; nephews, nieces, aunts, uncles, cousins, and a host of other relatives and very close friends. Visitation for Mr. Alphonzo Bonner will be held this Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at the Central Baptilit Church. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church 10:45a.m. A HARMON BURIAL. MR. THOMAS LEROY WATSON Mr. Thomas Leroy Watson passed away on, March 16, 2010. Services will be held on Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Harinon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, Pastor Ernest Boone, officiating. lntennent will follow in Rest Haven Me-morial Park. He leaves to mourn his passing: a loving wife, Mrs. Maggie Watson, Tampa; two sisters, Susie (Charlie) Smith and Mary (Johnnie) Marshall, both of Lakeland; 8 daughters, Cassandra (Spencer) Taylor Pamela (Lemuel) and Amelia (Michael) Beal; all of Ft. Myers, FL, and Enna (Derek) Allen of Naples, FL, Alfreda Blanding of Port Charlotte, FL Janice (Reggie) Hatcher, cr;,stal and Rose Badger, all of Tampa; seven sons, Efrem (Betty, deceased) Watson, Eric and Adrian Watson, all of Ft. Myers, Shedrick Griffin of Lakeland, Charles (Debra) Griffin of Plant City, FL, Ernest (Laretha) Smith, and Sammie Smith, both of Tampa; a host of graJ?-dchildren and great grandchildren; two brothers-in-law, Joe (Juliette) Williams and James Williams of Savannah, GA; uncle, Joe Bass of Winter Park, FL; special niece, Laura Hall of Quincy, FL; special nephew, James "Bubba" Smith of Georgia; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, and other sorrowing relatives and friendS. Visitation for Mr. Thomas Leroy Watson will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at the funeral home. Friends attending the going are asked to assemble at the funeral home on Saturday at 12:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL.

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Funerals ., MS. LILLIAN WALDRON On, Thursday February 25, 2010, Ms. Lillian Waldron, formerly from the Tampa area, departed this life after a lengthy illness, with her family by her side in Kansas City, MO. Her final days were spent surrounded by family, friends and the dedicated folks of St. Luke's Hospital (Hospice). Even during those trying days, she never lost her 'tenacity' and therefore left a lasting impression on all those she met! Ms. Lillian Waldron was born in Tampa, on April 15, 1940, to John Henry and Beatrice Waldron (formerly Streeter). She was educated within the Hillsborough County School System in Tampa, and graduated from Middleton Senior High School in 1957. She worked for several years at Parrino's Package Store and Hqusing Authority before retiring. In August 2005, Ms. Waldron relocated to Kansas City, MO, to be near her. daughter and.family. She was a devoted mother and grandmother, and the memory of her will forever linger in the hearts of all who knew and cherished her. Lillian is survived by: her daughter, Carolyn Waldron Thomas; son-in-law, Cyrum Thomas of Kansas City, MO; 2 grandsons, Michael Newson and Ryan Waldron; 2 brothers, John Waldron and Willie B. Waldron, both of Tampa; and a host of other relatives and friends. A memorial in her honor will be held as follows. The family will accept visitors on Saturday, March 19th from 2-5 p. m. at 122 Maroldy Drive, #102, Temple. Terrace, FL33617. ,In her.memory, t4e fanuly has requested donations in lieu of flowers. Condolences and donations cap. _be }llailed to: Waldron Thomas, 10906 "'Tracy Ave., Kansas City, MO 6413i. Professional services were entrusted to Elite Funeral Chapel, Kansas City, MO. Interment will be at Garden of Memories, Tampa. MRS. CLEO DAVIS Mrs. Cleo Davis of Tampa, passed away Sunday, March 14, .2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 2 p.m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Davis was born to Jordan Rogers and Eddie Mae Robinson Brown in DeFuniak Springs, Florida, on July 18, 1929. She was a resident of Tampa for 60 years. She was an inspiration to all that knew her. She was preceded in death by: her parents, three brothers, one stepdaughter, and one grandchild. She leayes to cherish her memory: her husband of 58 years, Clifford Davis; daughter, Mildred Brown; son, Robert Brown and wife Belinda; stepdaughter, Ba:bara Barfield of Forsyth, GA; sisters, Ethel Lee Brown Norris Myers, and Doris Tu'rner grandchildren, Robert D: (Tamika) Brown, Aaron Brown, Keasha Scott of F ,orsyth, GA, Takita Barlow of Jonesboro, GA, and Devon Barfield of Rochester, NY; great grandchildren, Serria Tate, Jahque' Wilcox, Aariontae Brown, Tiara Brown, Mar'shanna Brown, Erin Brown, and Marlon Brown goddaughters, Vanessa Gail: Monique Davis; cousin-hke-a-son, Terrence Lyons of Forsyth, GA; and a host of cousins, nieces nephews, and friends. Visitation hours will be from s-8 p.m. today, Friday, March 19, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. THERE WILL BE NO PUBUCVIEWING. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. t Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOND ANDE RSO N L. F. D 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation ()ur F mni ly Can fV1eet Your Fan1ily's Needs MR. ROBERT MICHAEL GREEN, JR. Mr. Robert Michael Green Jr. of Tampa, passed away Sunday, March 14, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Emanuel M. B. Church, 2204 N. Highland Ave., with Elder Tony Strickland, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Robert Michael Green ("Bobby") was a native of Jersey City, New Jersey, and a resident of Tampa for 25 years. He attended Tampa Bay Technical High School and was a member of Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church, 3901 Tampa Rd., Oldsmar, FL. He was employed as a Warehouse Associate at Sunny Florida Dairy.._ Bobby was born March 24, 1970, at 2:30 p. m. in Jersey City, New Jersey, to Robert and Joann Green. He attended public schools in New Jersey before moving to Tampa. He graduated from Tampa Bay Technical High School with a diploma and a certificate in Welding. Bobby held various jobs, but finished the last 10 years at Sunny Florida Dairy In 2001, Bobby married Latonya Mimmenger. From that union, Victoria Michelle Green was born. He was a devoted member of Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church in Oldsmar, where his father Rev. Robert M. Green, Sr. is the pastor. Although Bobby will be sadly missed by all, everyone should celebrate his life and the good times we shared while he was with us. He is preceded in death by:_ his grandparents, Joseph and Audrey McRee, and Alonzo Green and Lillie Mae Green (Wright). He leaves to cherish his memory: wife, Latonya Green; daughter, Victoria Green; 2 stepdaughters, Shareese George and Ariona Mimmenger; 2 stepsons, and Nathaniel Cotton; his loving parents; Rev. Robert and Sis. Joann Green 4 siblings, LaShon Green' Qua';"ll Green (Nicole): Mom que Green, and Darrnell Green; 4 nephews, Daniel Green (Deborah) Darius Williams, Quawn Green Jr., a?d Jamarre Graham; 3 nieces, Fatima Williams, Jasmyn Green, and Nastacia Clarke; step grandmother Ruth Smith-McRee; father-in: law, Harry Mimmenger Jr.; mother-in-law, Bernadine Peoples; 2 brothers-in-law Alonzo Peoples and Jerrell 2 sisters-in-law, Sonja M1mmenger, Melanie Mimmenger and a host of cousins friends and loved ones eluding 2 bes t friends, ve:.UonJackson and S esina Cum-mings after 5 p rn. t o d a y, Friday, -March 19 2010, a t Ray :5:: \ N. Howard Avenue :0 Arrangem ents e n trus t e d to RA Y WILL IAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rho des & Northern Owne r s MR. ALTON JAMES JOHNSON Mr. Alton James Johnson of 3007 East Jean Street, passed away Saturday, March 13,2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday March 20, 2010, at_ 2 p.m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 East 251 AvTamJ?a, with Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Florida National Cemetery Bushnell, Florida, on day, March 22, 2010. Mr. Johnson was born in Piedcock, GA. He was a mem-her of Ebenezer A. M. E. Church in Live Oak, FL. He graduated from Douglas High School and attended Florida A&M University. After 23 years of faithful service, Mr. Johnson retired from Lykes Brothers Insurance Agency as a mail carrier in 1989. He held the prestigious position as the President of Bellmen and Waiters Club for many years. Mr. Johnson leaves tocherish memories of him: his loving wife, Ida; 6 /daughters Louise (Alphonso) of New York, Ruth (Dr. Scott of Pennsylvania, Kathy (Patrick) Edwards of Maryland, Rosland (Isaac) Robinson of Tampa, Patricia Clark of Tampa, and Tracey (Larry) Williams of sonville; son, Eddl e (Connie) Johns He was preceded in death en by: his parents, Jessie and m Flossie Latson; imd his sister Z Minnie P. Latson. :::! He leaves cherished and Z loving memories in the hearts m of his family: three sons, Ja-r;maal Latson, Jerreau Latson tD and Justin Latson, Nesmith C: SC; his two daughters' Tunisia Latson, Sanford, FL: m and J esena Latson :::! Ch.arleston, SC; four Z children; devoted sisters "'C La Verne Latson, Shirley Ross' C: Rosalyn McGill, Sandra tD son, Deborah Lymon, Kelly (Issac) Williams, and v Stephanie Carmichael two ::J: loving brothers, Willie Latson and Robbie -Latson; m uncle, Joseph Lat:Sori aunt < Violet Latson; and devoted m godson and caregiver, Regi-::rJ nald Lawson; niec.es, Henri--< etta Chambers, Dorrie Coney, C:-t Sonya Sams, LaNesha Batts Sabrina (Jeffery) Hydes, Mili rn Criswell, and Lynn.el Thomp-C son; nephews, Derrick Lat-son; Robert McClendon, Troy "" A. Holmes, Kwa Kwi McKen-l> zie, Corey A. Williams, cedric Z Latson, Willie J. Latson, C Jr.; cousms, Yvonne (Charlie) .... _"" Reaves, Lorraine McDuffie -Sonja (Perry) Little, Michaei C Latson, Leroy Latson Mar-lina (Fred) l,\'lcClure, Thelma Browrt; Shetia BroWn, Peggy A. Brown, Donald (Cheryl) Latson, Charles Knowles Uoyd J Brown, Jonya M. son, Jodi Latson; .Traci Latson, Alisa (LaRue) Trowell Terri Latson, Luann (Adrian) Clemons, Nato Howard Daniel (Avery) Reeves, David Reeves, andJ. E. Reeves spe-cial friends, Vincent James "Booster"' Robinson' Henry Dupree, Woodie, Robert .Dowling, Frank and Movia Miller, Rev. Ernest and Chloe Coney, Rod-ney Thomas, and Sheldon Dennard; and a host of other nieces, nephews, couSins lov-ing relatives, and dev'oted friends. The family will -receive friends from 6-8 p. m. on Friday, March 19, 2010, at Mt. Obve A. M. E Church, 1902 W. LaSalle Street, -Tampa, 33607. Arrangements entruste d t o G) RAY WILLIAMS FUNE RAL m HOME, 301_ N. Howard Av-...... enue, Rhodes. & Norther n (0 Owner s -j,.

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c a: LL c z < c en w :;:::) .... fi:-w > w c w :I: en ::::i m :;:::) ll. z j::: w ...J ...J :;:::) --m I ...J w z j::: z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL < I 0 N w DR. DELOIS MOTI Dr. DeLois Mott ofTampa, affectionately known by her grandchildren as Nanny, passed on to join her many loved ones in Heaven on Monday, March 8, 2010. Homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 11 a. m. at New Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, Reverend M. Murray, pastor, with Rev. Wallace Z. Bowers, officiating. Interment will follow in Edgewood Cemetery, Apop-ka, FL. . Dr; Mott was born on December 24, 1944, to the late James B. Mott, Sr. and Janie (Mitchell) Mott in Apopka, FL, and was a resident of Tampa, for many years. She was an alumnus of Middleton Senior High school class of 1962, and earned her Bachelor of Science from Tampa College in 1992. Her quest for knowledge and enlightenment led her to earn both a Master of Business Administration in 2003 and her Doct(_)rate of Management in Organizational Leadership (Ph. D.) from the University of Phoenix in 2008. Dr. Mott was employed a s a Project Manager with Hillsborough County Health and Social Services and provided invaluable service to hundreds of individuals for more than 10 years. Dr. Mott embraced life with open arms, loved God, cherished her family and friends, and adored her grandchildren. Her many achievements served not only as a road map to success, but inspired her children, grandchildren, and nieces and nephews, as to what rewards were available with the love of God and hard work. Her words and actions will continue to resoffate in our hearts and to1u t h our souls. Dr. Mott was preceded in death by: her parents, James Mott and Janie (Mitchell) Mott; a sister, Elouise (Mott) Meadows; two brothers, James Mott, Jr. and Bobbie Mott. She leaves to cherish her fondest memories: 2 daughters, Vacelia A. Brandon and Mapall A. Tribling {Gerald, Sr.); 2 granddaughters, Mariama Brandori and Justice Tribling; a grandson, Gerald Tribling, Jr.; 2 brothers, Carl Mott, Sr. and Donel Mott; sister, Sheila Mott; nieces and nephews, Robert Mott, Clarence Meadows, James Meadows, Esq. (Sandra), Carl Mott, Jr., Vivian Meadows, Esq., Marlon Mott, Isba Mott -Nicole Mott, Carmen Singleton (Jamal), Katrina Mott, Amanda Mott-Barrett (Raymond), Janie Mott, and Bobby Mott, Jr.; and a host of sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose 'after 5 p. m., today, Friday, March 19, 2010, 'at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7p.m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home RhOdes & Northern, Owners 301 N. HQward Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: 813) 253-3419 Fax; 1 Email: l'l21n.uw'"'''rnlii MR.CLIFfON DARNELL MILLER, JR. On Wednesday, March 10,. 2010, God found it best to call Mr. Clifton Darnell Miller, Jr., from labor to reward. A celebration of life for Mr. Clifton Darnell Miller, Jr., will be held on Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 12 noon at Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1109 E. Laura Street, Plant City, FL, Rev. H. L. Hollingworth, pastor, officiating, and Pastor James Sykes, eulogist. Interment will be held at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL, on Monday, March 22,2010. Clifton received Christ at ari early age, attending Allen Chapel in Plant City for many years. A native of Plant City Mr. Miller attended Marshali High School and was a graduate of the elass oh967. He was a psychology major at the University ofSouth Florida. He served in the Marines for six years. Clifton was a manager at Farmers Market in Plant City. He was preceded in death by: mother, Leila Mae Grant; father, Clifton Darnell Miller Sr.; sister, Cheryl frather; and daughter, Erica Miller. He leaves to cherish his loving and wonderful memories: the Miller children, Demetrius, Cliffvette, Crystal Carolyn, Carole, Brian Macauley Tarvis (Quina), Kelada, Rashad, Darnyal, Clifton James, Dortice and Sherry Lynn; grandchildren, Bayquon, VanquarIUS and Danielle Ayanna, Ralph, Eric, Kaish, Keshona, Charquan, Carlito D .emetrius, Jr. and Omaria; 3 Sisters, Dr. Wilma T. Stone Mrs. Mary Ann Diggs and Mrs. Maxine Broadnax 2 brothers, Mr. "Bobby" Miller and Mr: .:kai Hutchins; nieces, loving devoted niece, Fannie B. Stone, II, Buffy R. Williams Jovana K. Diggs and Capatena Miller; nephews, Obie J Diggs, III and Roosevelt Miller; special cousins and friends, Henry Smith, Clarence Coffee, Clyde Coffee, Hardy Sykes, Leroy Sykes, Washington, Nathaniel McFadden and Isaiah Richardson; and a host of other relatives arid friends. . The remains will repose at Allen Chapel A. M. E Church, 1109 E. Laura St., Plimt City, on Friday,. March 19, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at 1107 E. Warren St. at 11:45 a. m. on Saturday, March 20, 2010. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., L.F.D. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADmONAL SERVICE.,' MRS. LULA BELL COLEMAN A funeral service celebrating the life of Mrs. Lula Bell Coleman, who passed away on Saturday, March 10, 2010, will be held on Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 10 a.m. at the Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with the Reverend W. D. Sims, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Coleman was a native of Albany, Georgia, but a long time resident of Tampa. Her husband, the late Mr. Von Henry Coleman; and her daughter, Ezell "Love" Coleman, preceded her in death. She is survived by many who will always love her and cherish their memories of her including: her daughter, Della Miles of San Francisco, CA; her sons, Ronald Vaughn Coleman (Juanita); and Michael Kent Coleman of Tampa; her grandchildren, Natasha Reed Kendra, ;Tristan, Travis: Shanta, Fred and James Reynolds, Da'Quamn, Eugene, J aRon and Michael Rashad Coleman, all of Tampa; aunt, Norma Lee Evans of Cleveland OH; nieces, Mary Lee of Pahokee, FL; Diane Sullivan of Macen, GA, and Melba Ann Bush (David) of Tampa; nephews, Charlie Will Scott of Tampa; Eugene 'Dorn of New York and Charles Simmons.of Jacksonville, FL; as well as a host of other grieving relatives and friends. -The remains will from 5-9 p.m., Friday, March 19, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 9:45 a. m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com BIRTHDAY, 'BOO' MICHAELA STEWART,-JR. March 22 2010 Love, mom; stepdad, Barron;. sisters, K'Wanda and Quevonna; and niece; Ja'mya. A celebration of life for Sister Flora M. Holland of Tampa, who .passed away Tuesday, March 16, 2010, will be held Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Spring Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. E. with the Pastor, Reverend gene Garnett, Senior Pastor officiating. Interment will low in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Sister Holland was the first of seven children born to the late David (Dora Brooks) land, Sr. At an early age, she united with Spring Hill Missionary Baptist Church in North Tampa (Sulphur Springs) during the leadership of the late Reverend W. M. Dillard. She was a loyal, active member at her church and within the community. Sister Holland became the family matriarch after her mother died in 1942. She was a good neighbor, a very loving mother, a faithful employee of the late Mrs. G. F . Epperson and the late Mayor J. L. Young and the University of South Florida. Above all _she was a true Christian. She leaves to lament her transition: a devoted daughter, Lorretta M. Cottman: siblings, Herman Holland of Lake City, FL Claude Elliott Holland of Fort Pierce, FL; Juanita H. PowellBowman and Minnie L. Major of Tampa; a loving granddaughter, Alexa L. Cottman; a step-grandson, Lawrence A. Cottm::'n; and goddaughter, Georgia Coles; associates and caregivers, Deacon John Glymph, Deacon Earl Glymph, Harvey Glymph, Joanne E. Bradley, Deacon Sylvester (Kay) Powell; Minister Jacqueline Coffie-Leeks Mary Wright, The Spring Hill M. B. Church Family, Reverend Eu(First Lady Katie) Gar-. I nett, Thi f'Adnrinistrative Team and stiff.at.F:letcher H ealth Care Center,'University Comand Melech : ;Hospice along with a host of compassionate reiatives and friends. The remains will 'repose from 5:-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p.m., Friday, March 19, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER TilE EULOGY. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximatelY. 10:45 a. ni., SatUrday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wiisonfuneralhome.com

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EVANGELIST LEROY BUBBASMITH The funeral service for Evangelist Leroy Bubba Smith, who passed away on Tuesday, March 16, 2010, will be held Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Brown Memorial Church Of God In Christ, 2313 E. 27th Avenue, Tampa, where Bishop Matthew Williams, II, is pastor, and Minister Marco Pursely, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Evangelist Smith was a native of Jacksonville. He had lived in the Tampa area for more than 20 years. He leaves to cherish his memories: a loving and devoted wife for many years, Diane Smith; 9 children, Salita Johnson, Crystal Berry, James Wilson, Danny Bethel, Charles Howard, Benjamin Smith, Carolyn Louisma, Mary Ann Allen and Patricia Brown, all of Tampa; 18 grands; father, Samuel Stubbs; 7 brothers, Nathania} Stubbs (Cleo) of Lumberton, NC, Sammy Stubbs (Willemenia) of Newburgh, NY, George Stubbs (Carolyn) of Fayetteville, NC, Leon Stubbs of Lumberton, NC, 'Jerome Stubbs (Belinda) of Lumberton, NC, Jeremiah Stubbs of Atlanta, GA, and Donald Stubbs of Newburgh, NY; 5 sisters, EllaMay Bethay of Flint, MI, Dot Pruitt of Newark, NJ, Mary Christine Stubbs of Fayetteville, NC, Lynn Stubbs ofNewburgh, NY, and Paulette Stubbs of Newburgh, NY; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, inlaws, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose on Friday, March 19, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. WOODY'S FUNERAL SERVICE BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. OZIE L.HORTON 3/18/32-4/23/06 "A good man obtaineth favor of the Lord." We love and miss you. Love, wife, Daisy Horton and family JOHN WESLEY COX John Wesley Cox, 86, of Tampa, died Friday evening, March 12, 2010, at Hospice House, Temple Terrace. Born in Quincy, FL, he retired as a block mason. He served as Quartermaster in the U. S. Army during WW II, earning the rank of Corporal. He was awarded the Philippine Liberation Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the European -African -Middle Eastern Theater Campaign Medal, the Asian-Pacific Theater Campaign Medal and the WW II Victory Medal. A graveside service with full military honors will be presented at 2:30 p. m. on Friday, March 19th at Florida National Cemetery by the Sumter Volunteer Honor Guard, 6502 SW 102nd Avenue, Bushnell, 33513 (Exit 309 on I-75): IN MEMORY OFMY HUSBAND AND OUR DADDYI WILLIE BUSTER SMITH July 15, 1915 -March 16, 2008 Baby, it's been two years already. Even though you are not here, we still miss you more and more. Your loving wife, Vivian Norton "Toni" Smith; your children, Andre, Loretta and Teresa. MRS. CATHE JEAN WHITE BENNETT February 14,1952-March 15, 2009 .Resting in the arms of Jesus is our wife, mother, and friend. Remembering all the love you gave to each of us. Andrew R., Andrea and Andrus Bennett. IN LOVING MEMORY ROBERT GORDON, III 12/3/60-3/16/2000 It's been ten years, but it seems like yesterday. You are in our thoughts each and every day. Love always: wife, Tammy; sons, Robert and Rashard; and daughter, Yolanda. IN LOVING MEMORY OFMY HUSBAND JESSE GENE JOHNSON, SR. March 20, 2005 It's been 5 years since God called you home. Not a day goes by that we don't think of you and miss you. So, continue to rest in yom heavenly home until we meet again. We love you, your wife, Karen; sons, Jesse, Jr. and Yardtick; and family. VIVIAN GUZMAN BRANCH July 1, 1912 -March 15, 2002 Big Mama, 1 miss you so much. I miss you1 wisdom. our long conversations on the phone. and watching soap operas with you. But I know you arc in a bcttc1 place with our Lord. Yom granddaughter, Vivian "Toni" Norton Smith. IN LOVING MEMORY SHADDIEA. MILLER June 8, 1915 -March 17, 2009 It has been one year since the Lord called you to be with Him in paradise. We miss you, love you and will always cherish you. Your son, Lesley "Les" Miller and wife, Tampa City Councilwoman, Gwendolyn "Gwen" Miller; granddaughter, Le'Jean Harper and husband, Thomas, Sr.; grandson, Lesley Miller, III and wife, Dr. Alyndria; great grandchildren, Thomas Harper, Jr., Tempestt Harper, Lesley Miller, IV, and Kameron Miller; son-inlaw, Vincent Gooden; and other relatives and. friends. J:tve b oonstJer Wilson tunerJ.IIome: We can' t afford to provide less than impeccable service, or to leave you with less than the best impression possible. 2 You're not just our client, you're our boss. We don't lose sight of who we're working for. After all, you're the one we answer to. 3 We arrange funerals, we don't sell them. It is our responsibility to honor your wishes and respect your budget. 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a pan of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is important to you, and you don't deserve to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME 3000 N. 29th St Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 lfNVIN.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne L Bright Manager ..... CJJ m z ::! z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z -a c: m c CJJ ::I: m c m < m :II -< -4 c: m CJJ c )> z c "T1 :II c G) m 1\) ...... I )>

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o-Memoriams/Cards of Thanks J: u a: <( :2 c a: LL. c a: LL. c z <( c (/) w ::l 1-> a: w > w c w :::r: '(/) :::i m ::l D.. z i= w ...J ...J BELATED BIRTHDAY WISHES DONALD BECK Happy birthday, Donald. We all love you. Mother, Lucille; children, Gail, Lakeisha and Donald; grandchildren, Davani and Morgan ::liL----'---..,.-------' m ...J w z !z BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM <( c a: 0 ...J LL. <( I N N w MS. JANET MCCOY 03/20/2010 Happy birthday, Mom. Though you are gone, you are never forgotten. I know you are watching over us and can't wait until we are all together again standing around the throne of our Lord. We miss and love you. Love, your children: Lahkoyah, J. R., and Deon; and grandchildren, Anasia, Amari, Anthony, Deona and Angel; and family. MISSING YOU i l I' MAUD RAE AKINS WATERS Sunset: March 19, 2009 IN MEMORIAM PHYLLIS ROSE REESE JONES ln memory of our mother, Mrs. Phyllis Rose Reese Jones, who was taken too soon on March 15,2005. You are dearly missed by: your daughtets Otree and Tonya; your grandchil--dren, your brothers and sisters, your nieces and nephews, your cousins and a host of friends. "Love always." IN MEMORY OF OUR BROTHER DEACON JAMES TAFfGUZMAN May 14, 1949 -March 19, 2009 Jimmie, you are truly missed and loved by your family. Our memories of you will last forever. Your sisters, Rena, Vivian, Shirley, Carolyn, Margaret and Mmjorie; brothers, Herbert and Costello Guzman; and your niece, Vivian "Toni" Norton Smith. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SHEILA JOHNSON-SUTION It's been a year since you've been gone. As hard as it is to face reality, I know you are in a better place. So, I will celebrate your birthday with a smile, until we meet again. You will always be in my heart. Happy birthday, Momma. Love; Kim. EXPRE IONS OF THANKS ROBERT STRODE, JR. The family would like to express their sincere appreciation and gratitude for all acts of kindness extended to them during their bereavement. Your thoughtfulness and concern-has been a source of consolation and strength. May God bless you. The Family. CARD F THANKS HELEN VICKERS WALTON I, Brownie Mae Herbin, would like to thank my family and friends for all the kind gestures rendered during the homegoing of Helen Vickers Walton. Special thanks to: Dr. Willie J. Williams and the church family of Greater Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church, and Everett-Derr & Anderson staff. May God bless each of you. Brownie Mae Herbin. The family of the late Deacon Eathom Flowers would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our rriany friends and neighbors and Old West Tampa Crime Watch Association who shared in our loss. Your kind expressions .of love and sympathy through prayers, visits, telephone calls, food, flowers, cards of condolences to us during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: St. Joseph Hospital, Emergency Room staff, ICU Unit, 5th Floor and 7th Floor staffs, John Knox Village Rehab Unit Staff, University Community Hospital 4th Floor Progressive ICU Unit staff, and Kindred Hospital 2nd Floor, ard Floor, Progressive ICU and ICU Units staff. Also the Home Association staff. Special thanks to: Rev. Rayford Harper and the First Baptist Church family of West Tampa, Rev. Dr. C. T. Kirkland and the Mt. Pleas-BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ANITA MCCALLA 3/20/1930 And SYDNEY MCCALLA 2/17/1934 In remembrance of our parents, Sydney and Anita McCalla, we miss you. Sons, Leslie, Gregory, Michael, Sydney, Jr., family and friends. JULIUS CEASAR DEAS The family of the late, Julius Ceasar Deas, would like to tharik everyone for their comforting words of kindness, prayers, telephone calls, cards, flowers, food and other acts of kindness shown during the homego-ing of our loved one. Special thanks to: the staff of Dickenson Elementary School, Armwood. High School and student body. Thank you all. The family of Julius Ceasar Deas DEACON EATHOM FLOWERS ant M. B. Church family, Rev. Dr. Linda C. Reese and Pilgrim Rest M. B. Church family, Rev. Johnny Wrice and Mt. Orum M. B. Church family of Waverly, GA, and the Middleton Sr. High School, class oft956. Sincerely, the Flowers Family. . . "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself'

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MARC ROBERT STRODE The family acknowledges with grateful app-reciation, all acts of kindness rendered during their hour of bereavement. Your caring and sharing will always be remembered. Carver City, you know who you are. Thank you. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers FOR YOU, WE ARE GRATEFUL JOYCE C. MARCUS The Marcus family wishes to express gratitude for t One of the K-g units caught m Thornton near the railroad z tracks. Police also found a gun :=! in Thornton's car. Thornton was hospitalized r;with a gunshot wound to his tD left side and faces charges of armed burglary, battery, and aggravated assault on war-:=! New charges are Z vated battery on a law "'tt enforcement officer, home ffi invasion robbery, and false imprisonment as a result of cn his actions Wednesday. More ffi charges are pending. C m < m Police Arrest Nine For Gambling -1 c: m CJ) c RANDY BLOCKER RONALD THOMAS FREDERICK COARD COREY JONES QUINCY BULLOCK CHAR VIS BRADY COLLIE cox KEITH MITCHELL On Wednesday, two Tampa Police officers responded to a cail of several men gambling behind a residence in the 1600 block of 24th Avenue. When they reported seeing nine men rolling dice They detamed all mne and charged them with gambling. Some of them bad been previously trespassed from Belmont Heights Estates. A total of $1,605 was forfeited, and 15 grams of marijuana was recovered. l> z c 'TI c were Randy Blocker, 20; Frederick Coard, 33; C) Qumcy Bullock, 26; Collie Cox, 23; Ronald Thomas, 32; m Corey Jones, 31; Charvis Brady, 26; Keith Mitchell, 28 and 1\l Bryan Dixon, 23. Cf l>

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Pete visits his neighborhood Family Support and Resource Ceriter (FSRC) to catch up on his computer skills; while grandson Marlen learns, plays and builds friendships with other children. Funde_ d in part by the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, F SRCs are warm, inviting places that offer a variety offree services like educational play groups, mentoring, mobile health services, job skills tra.inirig and much more! Most important, FSRCs provide the resources residents themselves determine to be most needed. Discover the Resource Center near you! Visit www.DreamsWorthGrowing.c-om or call 813-229-2884 to learn more about FSRCs, and how you can get a free ch ild's admissio n to Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo! Because every child is a Dre.am .wo.nth Growing. Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing

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Negro League Baseball Plavers Honored On Friday, February 12th Hill s bor o u g h Count y held its 18th Annual Black Herit age Celebration. The honored g u ests were African Americans who played on t h e Negro League Baseb all t ea ms. The event was held at th e Joe Chillura Courthou se Squar e in downtown Tampa. Four for-Among those who attended the Hillsborough County Black History Program are Philip Laster, Miller Hugging, and Seneca Howard. Ms. Renada Appling, Ms. Belinthia Berry, Mrs. Freddye Hudson, and Ms. Katrina Blaine attended the Hillsborough County's 18th Annual Black Heritage Celebration. mer memb ers of Negro League Bas eball teams were recog nized. A large crowd was o n hand to congratulate the four individu-Larry Johnson, recipient of the Legacy Award, is shown with his wife, Mrs. Valerie Bradley Johnson. Ms. Charnetta Troupe, Ms. Pam Player, and Ms. Alice Hernandez greeted the former members. of the Negro League Baseball teams. als recognized during the cere mony who were Clifford Brown, Walter Gibbons, Raydell Maddix, and Billy Reed. All of the honorees were m e mb ers of th e semi-profes s i o n a l Pepsi-Cola Giants, th e Tampa Rock e t s, and ot her semi-professional t ea ms. (Pho tography by BRUNSON). David Ash, Jr., Donald Skillman, and Harold Jackson attended the Black Heritage Celebration. The 18th Annual Hillsborough County Black Heritage Celebration was well attended. Ammig those present were: Deputy Velma Glover, Dwight Bolden, Rev. and Mrs. Ernest (Chloe) Coney, James Ransom, and Ms. Anika Coney. CITE Has Annual Black Historv Program The Consortium of Informa tion and Telecommunications Executives (CITE) held its Black History Month program recently. CITE is an effective network ing system and a diversity re source group whose goals are to increase the individual and collective effectiveness of African-American managers and associates, arid to add value to Verizon and the broader community. The organization is com prised of dedicated members who sponsor seminars work shops arid other activities di rected toward the professional and personal development of its members. The group supports educa tion programs, have a strong focus on outside scholarship Winston Park staff members with Black History speakers and CITE Board members. Winston Park members with CITE members: Michelle, Billy Graham, Jasmin Stephens, Kayla Garrison, Alexis Shelly, Adrian Taylor, JoAnn Avery, CaSasndra Washington, Curtis Hill, Khalil Hill and Jimmy Cadle. , , funding, and are involved in community activities The Consortium of Information and Telecommunications Ex ecutives (CITE) is a 501(c)(3) organization that represents more than 35,000 African American employees of Verizon. The organization strives to be the premier employee resource group through its employee advocacy, professional devel opment and community-based initiatives. (Photography by BRUNSON) Verizon/CITE members at the Black History Program: CaSandra Washington, JoAnn Avery and Joan Bell. In attendance for the Black History Program were: Jarvis ElAmin, Kiana Bell and Terran Bell, Sr.

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::0 Happy birthday Bae Bae. From, Jamayde. Happy Birthday! The Biggest Move Ever GWENAndERIC_ 'LILE'WU-WU Behind every man down, there has to be a good family. Happy Eric. yYeloveyou. Still standing. DAKIRA, LIL RED, b.k.a:., CHICO Look who's turning the big 2. Happy birthday to the #1 divl;l, Kira. Family and friends giving hugs kisses. Love, mom, dad; aunt, un cles; cousins, and most of all grandma and granddad. ., ,. 81 -361-1212 2705 E. Martin luther King Blvd. Suite B Tampa, FL Also Offering Photo Restoration & Photo Enlargements Haouv Birthdav -TASHYRA (3":18) Happy birthday Mommy. We love you sooo much. LOve always, Brooklynn and .Damari. Also; birthday wishes from your mom, Toynetta, dad, James and your sissy, Jamesha. We love you! How ld AreYouil MONYAITA COBB Special birthday wishes to a special yourig lady. From, mom, dad, Kevin, Aunt Evelyn, Uncle Steve, Monye', your nieces and nephew, and all of your friends. MS. TIFFANY MS. TIFFANY Special birthday wishes go out to Ms. Tiffany, who's turning a year older and truly much wiser. Happy birthday!!! 3/21. In God We Trust BARBRA, ALI And MR. JOHN . . . . Barbra, Ali and Mr. John. We love you son! Your Love Is So Remarkable GAILAildLAMONT ., IAMONT;'GAIL And RONNIE Each new year is a gift from God and we have been blessed thirteen years strong and counting. Birthday wishes goillg out to the love ofour life, Gall. Comin!(from )'our better half, Lamont,. Ronnie, mother, Brenda and Brent. Happy belated birthday to my sister, Moon!!! )> ::0 (") :I:

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DA CARTER, KELBO, REX, DRE, JARVIS, QUAWN,AMPAndCHAUNCEY H a pp y birthday, Rex. From th e Wee Wee s id e of FL. REX, HOT DOG, TRAP, SHAY, DIDDY And DA CARTER Happy 23rd, Bre. They can't hold you forever. Free Rex. 90th Birthdav WILLIAM STEWART Mr. William A. Stewart turned 90 on March 2 "d. He was born in Hawkinsville, GA, in 1920, and raised in Ocilla, GA. Mr. Stewart has been a resident of Tamp a for over 60 y ears Real As It Gets Birthd ay wis h es g o out t o m y ri ght h a nd m a n Rex. K ee p your h ea d up we will b e b ac k to g e tting mone y to gethe r in no time. From Iii brus Shay. He atte nded Don Thompson and graduated from Howard W. school Adult 1 American Beautv 1 He served his country in World War II. He retired from Tampa General Hospital in1982. He's an active member ofMt. Zion A. M. E Church, Hyde Park (Riverview) and also holds membership in the West Hyde Park Masonic Lodge #327, and the American Legion Post #167. JJ And CHELLA Happy birthda y to m y soon to-be wife. The y don t mak e the m lik e thi s a n y more. CHELLA C h eck m y swag. Yes, it 's m y b irth day. To the best m om in the West. TAMIAGREEN Turning 10 years old on Sun day, March 21, 2010. Happy birthday, Tamia Green. We are very proud of you. Love, Tina, Lawrence and Sharon Jackson, grandpar ents. From, your brother, Aziah, mommy, Fiona, daddy, Andrew and all your grandparents We love you very much

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.5irthda Greetin s I Our Angel Is Turning '4' MVC TOOT-DA-FRUIT A special birthday wish go e s out to your girl Toot-Da-Fruit, a.k.a. Tasha, who will be celebrating her Melloville birthday bash at Sin City on March 19111 with famil y and friends. TAY, MOMMY, MIRACLE, LASHAWN And LJ Happy birthday, "Tay." Love mommy, Miracle, Lashawn and LJ. Happy Birthday! MS.NIYA Happy 3rd birthday, Niya, a.k.a., P. Katt. Love mommie, daddy (Ju), Bailie, Teresa, sisters, brother, Granny and Oma. Happy birthday. NEXT STOP: Despite recent tough times, tomorrow holds the promise of a brighter future. The question is, how do we get there? We'll need big ideas, new ways to spark our economy and get us rolling in the right direction. One of those :is t-r,ansit" ihvestment; .: ... ; Transit generates jobs, with construction of projects and operation of new bus and. rail lines. A transit investment car give us traffic relief, while fewer vehicles on the road means a cleaner environment a step toward energy independence. Arid transit can drive new opportunities for businesses to get employees and customers right to their door. When people can get to work and enjoy their community without relying solely on a car, the community is healthier and wealthier. We have much to do to set our course for a bright future. We can get there with HART. HART Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority Driven to serve you. www.goHART.org "T1 :D c l> s: l> :D (") ::I: ..... <.0 1\) 0 ..... 0 "T1 r-0 JJ c l> en m z ::! z m r;m c r rm ::! z ., c m r-c;; ::I: m 0 m < m lJ -< -1 c m en c l> z c "T1 :D c

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church Directory :c GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St 248-3779 NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave ... 248-4127 ELDER lHOIIAS J. REED Pastor uantii:LOJ, Pa stor Weekly Activities Early Morning Worship-8 A.M Sunday Church School 9 : 30 A M Sunday School -9 : 30 AM. Morning Worship 10:45 A.M Morning Worship-10:50 A.M Bible Class 4 :30P. M Bible Study, Wed. 7 P.M. Evening Worship 5 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 p MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue ... (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) PO. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: {813) 253-5714 Fax {813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM -Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-LDrd's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 -PM -General Bible Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study OR. C.T.IIRKI.AIIO, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org BROWN MEMORIAL I CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP .SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. . ; : Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP UnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Chlfth Where The Love Of God Rows And The Holy Ghost IS In Full Conlral." GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School -9 :45 a .m. Morning Worship -11 a.m. Evening Worship-5 p m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p. m Visitors Are Welcome! St Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Flonda 33616 (813) 839-5263 On A fim1 fmmdationp SUnday School 9:30A.M. SUnday -10:55 Wedne6day !light Prayer Service & Bible Study-6:30P.M. Trampartatkm Services Avai/;w/e FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd.., Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office: {813) 677-1948 Pastor's Office: (813} 672-0389 Academy Office : {813} 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Mail: fbcopv@tampabay.rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:11:1!fjii1UI+) Sunday-9 :45AM. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday -11 AM. -Adult Wednesday-7 P .M. Youlh/ Children 7:30 P .M. Adult A Satellm campus Foc Faith Biblelnstituta "GI'O\WlgTreChi..n:h Fa-Global Change" (Ac1s 1 : 8. Rom. 1:8 1 Thas 1:8) NEW MT. ZIIIIM. B. CHURCH, IIIC. 2511 E. ColumbUs Dr (813} 248-8101 or 247-3899 HERITAGE CHRISnAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 New Testament M. L Church Of n.onotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 (813) 986-3971 (813) 610-1252 P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. Pastor Weekly Services : Sunday School 9 : 30A.M. Sun. Morning Worship* 11 A M REV. 'DELORES JAMES CAlli, Pastor Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Sunday Morning Worship services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating Th6 89/ievers Sunday Schooi-10A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. t Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 New Harmony M. B. urch NEW LOCATION: 2811 N. 17th St. TamPa 33605 Phone For A Ride 531-4799 IDIH IIPTISTII.IH 1207 N. Jefferson St, Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 229-1390 Sunday SchooL .. -------.9:15 a.m. Morning Worship....----a.m. Prayer Service, TuesdaY,.----..6:30 a.m. Awana Bible Study, Tuesday-... 6.'30 a.m. Bible Study, Tuesday. .. ---p.m. l Can Do All Things Through Christ Which Strengtheneth Me. PIKliRlians 4:13 RE'l ST. MAnHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708-E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628 *Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A. M Sunday School9:30 a m Morning Worship 11 a.m. Prayer Service Wednesday., 7 p.m Study of the Bible Wed. "7:30-8:30 p m Praise & Worship Service 8:30 -9 p.m. Children & Yooth Bible Study Wednesday 7-8 :30 p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10a. m. Youth Bible Institute* 12-4 p.m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd SUnday 7 -11 p.m :: :t> :tl (') ::I: r-0 :tl c )> en m z ::! z m r-1 m c: r r-!!I z 'tJ c: m c en ::I: m c m < m :tl -< -1 C: m en c )> z c :tl c

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N 0) ,.... :I: u a: <( ::!: c a: u. c z <( c en w ::l ..... > a: w > w c ...1 ...1 ::l Dl I ...1 w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...1 u. m I CIO w (!J Rev. Shaner Scon Receives Honorarv Doctorate Degree Dr. Tyler, left, reads from the degree. Harriet Scott, sister Rev. Scott, was the messenger for the occasion. Mrs. Evalina Scott stands next to Rev. Scott. Hillsborough County Branch President Carolyn Collins was also a program participant. Rev. Shafter Scott received an Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from International Seminary in Plymouth, FL. The presentation was made at his church, St. Mary M. B. Church in Bealsville, following a recent 11 a. m. service. Dr. Dan Tyler, President of International Seminary, said in a letter to Rev. Scott that the Board of Directors was recognizing him for the studies and work you have done and are doing for the Lord . and for the 34 years he has been in the min istry. Rev. scott descrjbes himself as a "Mover and Shaker for the upbuilding of the Kingdom of God." He has been active in the Tampa Bay community as a deacon, min ister, pastor, teacher and con struction builder. His education and training are extensive, including Hillsborough Community College, Tuskegee University, University of South Florida, International Bible Institute and Seminary, Faith Outreach Center of Ministries, Florida Bible College, Moody Bible Institute and National Association of Christian Counseling Association. A product of Greater M. B Church; Rev. Scott became the pastor of St. Mary in 1996, where he has implemented a number of active Dr. Dan Tyler, right, bestowed the honorary doctorate degree on Rev. Shafter Scott. programs under the vision "Grow, Glow and and had several accomplishments. Professionally, Dr. Scott has utilized his construction skills with numerous compa nies and has taught within the trade as well. Dr. Scott's work in the corihnunity is not only reli gious and professional. He has been very active in the NAACP for many years. Currently, he serves as the 3rd Vice President and has served as Chairman of the Religious Affairs Committee. Dr. Scott and his wife, Mrs. Evalina M. Scott, have been married nearly 46 years. Middleton Suppons Water Drive For Haiti. The family at Middleton High School united to gather water for Haitian relief after the earthquake on January 12th. They collected hundreds of containers of water to be shipped to the devastated country. Shown here are: Seth Jorden, Owen Young (Principal), Jeanne Derice, Joshua Hilaire (student), Mrs. Waters (Student Intervention Specialist), Charles Joseph and Soine Mercegord. (Photography by BRUNSON) Meeting Scheduled For Blake Reunion Former Howard w. Blake students, Clarence Jones and Michaela Moore, are launching a casual high school reunion that will consist of alumni from the classes of 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. With the theme of a family barbecue setting, a meeting will be held Friday (today) from 4 p.m. until 5 p.m. at the Robert Saunders Library on Nebraska Avenue. For more information contact Michaela Moore at mmooreslhawkmail.hccfl.edu; and/or Clarence Jones at djassociationoftampaba@gmail.com. Head Start/ Early Head Start Now Accepting Applications Hillsborough County Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a proud recipient of Federal Stimulus Funds for program expansion to serve 400 additional infants, toddlers, children and expectant mothers. You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Receive public assistance (SSI, TANF or Subsidized Child Care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with an impairment affecting the child's ability to learn ., Additionally, eligibility for Head Start program: Have a child who was 3 years old September 1, 2009 Additionally, eligibility for Early Head Start program: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally, eligibility for Expectant Parent Program: Are a pregnant mother in her 1st or .2nd trimester. Head Start is pleased to partner in this expansion with: Build a family, build a community: Success starts with Head Start FREE Child Care Applications can be downloaded at 1 -. www .hillsboroughcountv.orq/ head start/ For more information on enrolling, call,,) 813;_272-5140 (TTY 813-301-7173) . ''Transportation Not Providea .. . /'::'\ I-lillsborough Coun9> Tampa MetropOlitan kea Easter Seals ..,.. . l P U UI.IC METROPOLITAN ....... t; '; 1T I 'iol fiV1C[ u MINISTRIES HOPE UV!S HElle Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a federally funded program, operated by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners of Children's Services. Funds for a two-year expansion effort (2009/20102010/2011) are provided through the American Recove,.Y and Reinvestment Act. Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start has partnered with Easter Seals, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Lutheran Services Florida, Metropolitan Ministries and Tampa Metropolitan YMCA to provide these expanded services. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this agency does not discriminate based on disability.

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c Author Hopes To Help Others Through His Own Personal Experiences BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Growing up, it would have been easy for Ernest Brown, Jr. to accept the life that others thought he was destined for. Growing up in an abusive environment could have psychologi cally damaged him for life. But, Brown said he found his place by sticking to the religious values that were also a part of his upbringing. "For 27 years, I worked as an air conditioning mechan ic for the school district," said Brown. "I retired four years ago, and wondered what I was going to do with my spare time Brown said it was tough working in an environment of racism and discrimination, but because of his faith and character, he was able to get past all of that and still enjoy a nice career. "My book, 'From Birth Until Jesus Christ This Appointed Time Son Of The Living God He Has Kept Me My Savior,' is a chronicled story of my life. "Those experiences taught me a lot and I learned that without. Christ in your life, you'll never be successful in life or else." Brown said what really compelled him to write the. book was his displeasure over what he sees going on, ERNEST BROWN, JR. especially with our young men. ''I'm 66 years old and I was part of the Civil Rights movement. That made me a strong and more focused person on what's really important and what I needed to do to make sure I didn't become a statistic." "Today, our young people need more guidance. You have to be blessed and have a Christian family that points you in the right direc tion." Brown said he sees so many young men who have given up, have no hope, and just don't care about any thing or anyone. "They need to be encour aged and someone needs to tell them to stop going through life thinking people owe them something. I was able to be successful in spite of my childhood and upbringing." lnTown Homes President Vows To Keep BuildiQU In West Tampa BY LEON B. -CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter InTown Harries President, Ed Turanchik,'; said although the real estate market has taken quite a hit, he plans on continuing his efforts to build new homes in West Tampa. Recently, Turanchik's \ company, InTown Homes, did a land debt swap with his creditors and he has acquired new financing to keep building and stay in business. "Right now, we have a new home under construction on West Palmetto Street. It will be 1,585 square feet and sell in the mid $16os." "Some of the land going to the bank is commercial property that we can still build on. I'm happy to say we've developed a brilliant partnership with our lenders, and they've stood .. by us during these tough economic times." Turanchik said their refinancing will enable them to keep building in West Tampa . "The big problem is find ing people who qualify for a first mortgage. The banks have really tightened up." "I think the so new homes we've finished have helped &tabilize the neighborhood. We're also happy that the elderly homeowners are still in their homes." trouble. to do. :::0 (') :I: "At one point, I was actu ally thinking about killing myself. I was feeling sorry for myself and getting into things I knew were wrong. I'm glad I was able to pull back before I got into real Brown said the message he wants to pass on to all young people is for them to stop making excuses for what aren't doing right, and find out the right things I reached a crossroads of ...... * .. ... ::,. 2115 E. Hillsb;orough Ave. co either salvation or accepting 1\) the lifestyle my friends were o ...... living. I think I made the o right choice, and I'm blessed for it &nerica 'Ihtsts Store (813) 237-3741 OPEN 24 HOURS Pharmacy (813) 237-3743 We Now Accept Prudential Healthcare Plans IHMO -PPO -POSJ & CIGNA -' Wonder Bread Loaf $1.99 hvrhills Pack uwater 2/$9.00 Balian Milk $3.39 Anliel s oll Bathroom Tissue BRoils $4.00 Nabisco Single Serve cookies Reg.$1.99 2/$3'''-Ink-Jet c Relill Blaa&Miill or Color 12.9 &Pk. 1.00 TUI Pl. Paper Towels $5.00 r 0 en m z -4 z m r I m c r r gJ z "0 c m c en :I: m c m < m -4 c m en. c )> z c :::0 c G) m co I m

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Canola oil cooking spray 2/3 cup all-purpose flour, spooned into measuring cup and l eveled 1 /3 cup white whole-whea t flour, spooned into measuring cup and leveled 1/2 cup cocoa powder 1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1 tablespoon instant coffee granules 1/8 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup packed brown sugar substitute blend 1/3 cup canola oil 1/2 cup egg substitute 2 teaspoon. s vanilla extract CREAM 2 tablespoons water 1 teaspoon instant coffee granules 4 ounces fat-free whipped topping 1 cup fresh raspberries & 1 cup blackberries or blueberries DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 325F. Coat 9-inch, nonstick springform pan or cake pan with canola oil cooking spray. Combine flours, cocoa and baking powders, 1 tablespoon coffee granules and salt in medium bowl. Combine sugar, canola oil, egg substitute and vanilla in another medium bowl; mix Add sugar mixture to flour mixture, and stir until just blended. Batter will be very thick. Spoon into bottom of pan; spread evenly by coating the back of a spoon with cooking spray. Bake for 11 minutes or until slightly puffed. (Mixture will not be completely cooked at this point, but it will continue to cook while standing without overcooking and drying out.) Place pan on a wire rack, and let cool for 5 minutes. Remove sides of the pan and gently remove from bottom or leave on bot tom and place on a serving plate. Serve warm or at room temperature. When cooled completely, store in an airtight container at room temperature. To make cream, combine water with 1 teaspoon instant coffee granules in a medium bowl, and stir until dissolved Add whipped topping; whisk until a sauce consistency is reached. For thinner sauce, add 1 to 2 tablespoons water or milk. Refrigerate until needed. To serve, cut into wedges spoon mocha cream on top, and sprinkle with berries. publix.com/ad --"" 8 Publix .. 1 WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE. :> ii E u l z = Chef ............... 89 Assorted Varieties, 14.5 to 15-oz can Limit four. SAVE UP TO .60 Publix Yogurt.. ........ @20 Assorted Varieties, 6-oz cup SAVE UP TO .25 ON 5 ........................ 319. Grade A : Whole, 1% Milkfat Lowfat, 2% Milkfat Reduced Fat, or Fat Free, 1-gal bot SURPRISINGLY LOW PRICE Medium 599 Cooked Shrimp....... .. .. ---, b Farm-Raised, Previously Frozen 41 to 50 per Pound SAVE UP TO 4.00 LB ----___________ .. ___ .... __ -------.. ---.......... -.. . Apple Pie ............ : ............... 399 All American Pie, Choice of Flaky Double Crust o r Dutch Apple With Streusel Topping, From the Publix Bakery, 32 or 34-oz size SAVE UP TO 1.30 2X Tide 499 Laundry Detergent.................. -Or Total Care, Assorted Varieties, 50-oz bot. ........... @300 M int: Dental Care, Peroxi Care, or Complete Care, 6 or 6.3-oz tube (Excluding Advance White Varieties. ) Limit four deals. Scott Unscented Bathroom Tissue.... .. .......... 2 49 White or Extra Soft Double Rolls, 4-roll pkg. J' 399 Family SIZe Entrees... . -Assorted Varieties, 28 to 40-oz box Limit four. SURPRISINGLY LOW PRICE Love the sboppi ng. Love the sav1 ngs. At Publix you'll find thousands of items on sale every day-c l ear l y mark ed. easy t o fincJ. with savings higllli g llted on tile sllelf and aga i n on your receipt. Publix brand produ cts. pr i ced lower than nati ona l brands wit t 1out compromising quality. And helpful service you can't put a price on. Enjoy tile experien ce and the savings--only at Publix. 'TI r 0 c )> I en m z :::j z m r m c r r m :::j z "'0 c m r Cii ::t m c m < m -1 c m en c )> z c 'TI ::D 6 Prices effecti v e Thursday, March 18 through Wedne s day March 24 2010. Only in Lake, Sumter. Polk arid Osceola Counties. __ _:ublix a t Hills Village in Mount Dora. a t Publix : _ _ . . . .... m --"

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0 ..... 0 N (1) ..... ::I: (.) a: NFIDENT 4505 North Annenia Ave. w Suite 101 Tampa, FL 33603 Visit Our Website At: www.tampaperio.com (813) 354-8707 Health Cinnamon For Diabetes For people with Type 2 dia betes try cinnamon. It low e rs glucose, triglyceride and cho l este rol level s and hi gh choles terol because it enhances insulin signaling in the body. Cinnamon is safer than drink ing coffee and by ingesting as little as 1 gram a day will lower glucose and fat levels. Sleep! It's Non-Negotiable A good night's sleep isn't just about hitting the ground running in the morning If you get the seven to nine hours ex perts advise, you can e x pect these added benefits: Fewer sniffles, A trimmer waistline, Lower risk of heart disease and diabetes Avoid the 1V and computer. Meditate or do light stretch ing. People who relax in the evening fall asleep about 30 minutes sooner than those who don't and get an extra hour of sleep. Ginseng Lowers Blood Sugar Peop l e with Type 2 dia bet e s and non-diabetics can lower their blood s u gar by taking American g ins e ng. Ease Menstrual Pain svmptoms A combination of Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin B-12 s ignific an tl y r e duced abdomi nal and loin pain, bloating, nervousness and irritability. Dementia. Men who are overweight, have high blood pressure and high cholesterol are at risk of developing dementia, which is second only Alzheimer 's disease. Vitamin c Helps Gallstones Risks women who don t get enough Vitamin C are at risk for gallbladder disease. Women are more suscepti ble because estrogen increases cholesterol, a major componel).t of gallstones. SCHOOL PHYSICALS. Optimal Health Care the Whole Family STEPHEN A. WILLIAMS, M.D., P.A. Board Certified Pediatrician 714 W. MLK Jr. Blvd. Tel: 813-223-6222 Tampa, FL 33603 Fax: 813-223-6020 www kiddlemd .com Accept in g New rstevens Patients 0-21 vo,...,l.iJ H W Dr. Martin King Blvd Suite 102 Tampa Florida 336.07 1703 Palmetto .Ave. Plant City, FL 33563 Prevent Cataracts High int a k es of Vita min A Niacin Protein Riboflavin and thiamin protect the eyes from catarac t s in the cent er of the l e ns, while polyunsat(l r ate d fats r e duc e the occur r e nc e of cataracts a t the outer e d ges of th e l e ns. The Jov 01 sov In addition to fightin g heart disease, soy foods re duce the risk of a broad range of diseas es a nd health condi tions For women, soy foods can ease unpl easan t symptoms of menopause a nd help protect aga inst brain cancer and os teoporosis. For men,. soy foods may help prevent prostate cancer Soy is an excellent source of vegetarian protein, rich in antioxidants, calcium and other health promoting sub stance .s. The Heart Connection Take heed to these valuable tid bits of hea.rt health tips ... VitaminE When it comes to fighting heart disease with supple ments, Vitamin E ranks higher than any other antioxidant. It prevents clogging in arteries and also minimizes blood clot ting. Garlic Garlic has cardiovascular benefits. Specifically aged gar lic extract (AGE) which aids in the slowing progress of coronary artery disease. AGE significantly reduces the risk of heart attacks by slowing platelet aggregation or clumping. Mushroom The Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucindum) show promise for heart protecting and coronary heart disease. By taking reishi, you will experi ence improvement in symp toms such as, lower blood levels or cholesterol and better ECG readings. Reishi is also useful for inflammation. Green Tea The flavonoids in green tea lowers mortality from coro nary artery disease and heart attacks.

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Health JJ Black Women Banling Boost Your Cut Your Risks Of Genital Herpes Brain Power Catching Pneumonia The C e nt e r For Disease Control h as r e l ease d a l a rmin g new t es t result s th a t claim 48 % of Black wom e n between ages 14 a nd 49 h ave herp es simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2) a lif e l o n g an d in curab l e inf e ction that ca n ca u se r ec urr en t a nd pa inful genit a l sores Th e CDC a l s o es timates th a t ove r So % of tho se with HSV2 a r e unaware of th e ir infection Symptoms ma y b e absent mild or mis t a k e n for another condition. People with HSV-2 often transmit it without knowing it the y ma y have no visible so res or signs. Tak e a t l east 40 m g o f ginkgo three tim es a day. For t h ose affec t e d b y Alz h eime r a nd d e m e ntia, take two 1 20 mg do ses dail y Wh e n purc h asi n g g ink go ge t an ell.iract that includ es a t l eas t 24 % flavonoid s a nd 6 % terpenes. Gum Disease H e r e a r e a few things :-ou ca n do t o c ut your risks: 1. E a t Onions they are rich in quercetin a flavon oid vvith a ntioxid a nt a nd a nti-inflam m a t ory acti v i ty 2. Wash Your Hands Frequently-this h e lps to r e duce exposur e t o pn e umonia bacte ria and viruses 3. Get Plenty Of Vitamin C it is linking to the reduction of ptleumonia incidence. 4 Eat Garlic-it exerts an tibacterial activity against pneumoni a ca using ba c t eria 5. Mullein-an herbal anti inflammatory offers antibac terial activity. 6. Goldenseal contains hydrastine and berberine, two anti-microbial agents. Is Your Glass Half Full Or Half Emotvil perature, cushions joints, car ries oxygen to cells, and pro tects organs and tissues. To prevent dehydration, you should be drinking 6-8 glasses of water a day. Inflammation and infec tions may be potential causes of cardiovascular disease. When bacteria from the mouth enters the blood stream, they trigger inflamma tory substances like C-reaction protein (CRP). Try taking 150 to 360 mg. of CoQ10 daily. Don't let Allergies Hinder Your Spring-Cleaning Most of us know we should be drinking more water. But dehydration is still a common problem for many of us. Water helps the kidneys function, regulates body ternHere are a few common indicators of dehydration: Thirst, Headaches, Dry and itchy skin, Tired or groggyfeeling, Urine Color, Constipation, Indigestion, arid Lapses in concentration. Cranberries, a source of the highest quality phenols, plant substances that helps prevent heart disease and stroke, as well as reducing the risk of gum disease. It's Spring-cleaning time and for allergy sufferers, the best types of Cleaning prod ucts are nontoxic. Baking soda and vinegar can just about anything clean, in different concentra tions for different uses. Here are some suggestions: Vinegar* and salt for a surface cleaner Baking soda and water to Offering high -risk and normal obstetric services, more than 5,500 babies are born at Tampa General Hospital's Women's Center each year Moms appreciate the spa-like decor of our labor and delivery suites and oewly renovated and expanded post-partum unit. New ):>a rents are comforted knowing that care for critically ill newborns is available in our Level Ill Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. As babies grow up, our Children's Medical Center can meet their healthcare needs until adulthood. For the tec:hnology you expect and the comforting amenities you want, trust Tampa General Hospital's Women's Center clean baby bottles 1 Baking soda on carpeting to remove scents or odors c Olive oil or lemon juice with vegetable oil for furniture CJ) care Ventilation, cinnamon and cloves, or steeped tea for air freshening Never mix bleach with vinegar or bleach with ammonia. Tampa General Hospital m z ::::! z m I m c: I I m -f :z "tJ c: m I c;; ::I: m c m < m -f c: m C/) c )> z c JJ c Take a virtual tour of the Women's Center at www.tgh.org WOMEN'S CENTER PhysicianFinder Referral Service 800-822-DOCS Affili a ted w i th the USF College of Medicine -" CN I m

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; Polk County c a: u.. c z w c w :I: en m ::J D. z i= w ...I ..,.1 ::J m ...I L.A.T.C.H. Graduates Fifty-Five Students On Friday, Ma r c h 1 2, 2010 the Lu s t er-A ll T r aini n g Cent e r o f H o p e (L.A.T.C.H.) hos t e d its firs t g r aduation for the year of 2 010. In tha t graduating cl ass w e r e fift y five students w ho r e c e i ve d a diploma in the fie lds o f nursing a s si stant or compute r applications. A great majority received certification in the field of home-health aide. One student even earned her high school diploma while studying computer applications. The ceremmiy was held at the Carver Recreation Center in Bartow. Robert E. Oliver, Computer Applications Instructor, served as Master of Ceremony In his opening remarks, Oliver extended a warm welcome to the family members, friends, business associates and oth.ers who had come to witness this beautiful occasion. CalprU:nia Vereen l e d the graduates and audience in the singing of our National Anthem. The Invoc ation was rendere d by Abdurrahim Alkhatib, Chaplain Supervisor/Polk Correctional Institution. Calprunia Vereen introduced the keynote speaker, Cynthia Ritter, ARNP-C, whom she has known for w many years. One df the graduates, Ms. z Latonia Bell, treated W everyone with two beautiful en solos. What a voice!!! After Ms. Ritter's speech of 0: encouragement to the gradu-0 ates, Dr. Harvey J. it Lester/President/CEO of L.A.T.C.H., Delores Joiner, RN/Instructor and Oliver presented certificates to. the program participants and graduates. Graduates Karen Carr and Gloria Riggins rendered Valedictorian Remarks. Lorenzo Hill gave Salutatorian remarks Closing remarks were given by Dr. Lester. In his closing remarks to the graduates Dr. Lester challenged the graduates to "spread wings and soar like the eagles". The evening concluded with a buffet-styled dinner. Graduates were: Nursing Assi stant: Latonia Bell, Kawanya Brown, Marjorie Calloway, EJ? Karen Carr, Ashley Chatmon, M arie Gatlin, w Lorenzo Hill, Tina Hill Chimela Hogan, Krys t a i Q.:o. Kayla Mason, Shiretta McCoy, Suzana Nuri, Carolyn Reid, Stephanie Rodriguez, Latongia Ryan, Celeste Scott, Satoria Stroud and Kiara Wilson. H o m e Health Aide : Shauna Bradley, Jamilia Burgess, Tiffany Coleman, Nicole Graydon, Gaylan Lawrence, Linda McKnight, Aprillette White, Cassandra Shields, Melissa Smith, Frances Williams, Shondra Anthony, Kasha Bacon, Shawana Edler, Shakayla Edwards, Stephanie Flemings, Willie Mae Ford, Sara Griffin, Kimberly Hopkins, Venunice Huchtenson, Debra Jones, Cynthia McGriff, Dallas McKinnon, Aeisha Owens, Henry Pansey, Ashleigh Pride, Yolanda Randall, Courtney Rankin, Roseline Rodrique, Tammy Williams, Kanish White and Anna VixmrLuxamar. Compute r Applications: Felicia Cook, Early Reddick, Gloria Riggins and Octavia Wright, who also earned her High School Diploma. Congr'atulations, Graduates and L.A.T.C.H. staff on a job well-done! Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk extends condolences to Pastor John Boyd and children, family, friends and the Higher Praise Full Gospel Ministries family in the pass ing of your loved one the late Mrs. Evelyn Boyd. The Homegoing Celebration was held at Vineyard Church of God on Saturday, March 13th. "There was plenty of shoutl.n' and praisin' in that place ... they had church," stated Minister Jerome Fortson, who attended the celebration. Pastor Sheila Green shared on Monday "I'm get ting a chill, just talking about it (the celebration) ; it was something wonderful to be a part of. The Lord is your very present help and comfort during this time. May He continue to bless and strengthen each of you. Public Invited To Open House The L akeland Police D epartme n t (L PD) will h os t an O p e n H o u se o n Sa turd av Marc h 20, 2010. T h e :Yi.l! Q:;gig 'H\1 N LPD C entra l 2 19 N !VI ass a c h use tts A v enue in Lak eland. T o educat e t h e p u b li c on th e o p e r a ti o n of e a c h unit, the SWAT T e a m K 9 T eam, H e l icopt e r C r im e Sc e n e, DU I Av iation a n d Hostage Negot i a ti o n s units wi ll r ende r d e m o nstrati o n s T h is e ve n t i s free t o t h e pub li c Tours o f t h e crime l a b communica ti o n s c ente r and e m e r ge nc y ope r a tion s cente r w ill b e g i ve n Free r e fr eshm ents will be served and the r e will b e lots of ac tiviti es f o r childre n. Happy Birthday! Shaw-Nuf Talk extends a special "Happy Birthday" greeting to young St. Petersburg Gentleman Evan Samuels who will celebrate his 13th birthday on March 25th. Evan is the son of former Lakeland Lady Karen Johnson. It is the prayer of Shaw-Nufthat this year be filled with spiritual growth and many blessings for you, Evan. And may the Lord bless you with many, many more birthdays! Happy Birthday, Evan! You are an official member of the Teenager Club! Polk County Schools Spring Break Students and teachers of most Polk County Schools will e njo y fr eedom from the cl a s sroom' during Spring Br eak which is schedul e d for March 29th -April 2nd, 2010. Classes will reconvene on Monday, April sth. For further information, contact the school where your children are enrolled. Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week' s Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to Macy Bailey who served on the Student Advisory Board for the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the recent football season! Selected for this position, based on an essay that she wrote and her interview with Bucs staff, Bailey was the only Polk County student on the board. She is a junior at Winter Haven High School and a student in Winter Haven High' s Academy of Hospitality and Tourism. Congratulations, Macy! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hea r from you Share your exciting news and/or photos of your celebrations special events, birthday s anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, church or community events, etc., with the read ership o f the Fl orida Se ntin e l Bull e tin and ShawNuf Talk b y sending a n e m a i l t o: s hawnuf t a l k @ y ahoo.com or ca lli n g (863) ews Former lakeland Resident Installed As Pastor Of Pompano Church BY CYNTHIA E ZORN-SHAW Polk County Columnist "Th e Dawn of a N e w B eginning was the c h ose n the m e for the Ins t a ll atio n Service for Reverend Louis Sanders. On Sunday, J a nu ary 10, 2010 in th e pres e nc e o f a n a udi e nc e of f a mil y m embers and friends Reverend Sanders officia ll y installe d a s the Pastor of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Pompano Beach Florida. Reverend Sanders is a former resident of Lakeland and the son of Mrs: Dorothy Sanders and Louis Sanders of Lakeland. "I thank God for my mother and my late grandmother, who kept me in prayer," stat ed Rev. Sanders. Installation program participants were: Elder Amos REVEREND LOUIS SANDERS Giles, Rosa Lampkin, Deacon Malcolm Black, Marilyn Chaney, Rev. Charles Jones, Rev. Lance Chaney, Deacon Stanley Dixon, Rev. Bruce Sanders and Rev. T. T. Shellman. Selections were rendered by the St John Missionary Baptist Church Choir, Boynton Beach, Reverend Lance Chaney, Pastor. Annual Bethune Cookman Universitv oav The B ethune Cookma n Univ e r sity D ay observance will b e held on Sunda y March 28 2010. It begin s at 4 p.m., and will take place at Harmony Missionary Bapt ist Church 1645 North Webster Avenue Lakeland FL Rev John Hooks, pastor. Admission is free Featured will be the highly acclaimed Bethune Cookman Concert Chorale and Spiritual Dancers, under the direction of Dr. Rebecca Walker Steele, a native of Lakeland and graduate of the forme; Washington Park High School. All Bethune Cookman Alumni fri e nds, and support e rs are invited to come out, bring along our children, especially those with vocal and spiritual dance talent, as Dr. Steele also schedules auditions for scholarships during these annual visits. This program is educational as well as spiritually and cul turally uplifting. The seed to attend college is planted in many young minds during events such as this one. So, we look forward to your attendance on this date. For further information contact Program Chair Tanya Matthews at (863) 816-7495

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Nationa :o Inmate Awarded $95,000 senlement After Guard Rips Out Gold Teeth An inmate in a Tenne ssee prison i s s e eing dollar s i g ns aft e r a winning a settlement against a prison guard who ripped out his gold teeth causing hfm permanent injuries. Anthony McCoy was brought to the Davidson County jail in Tennessee for failure to pay child support While serving his time Lieutenant Tanya Mayhew asked him to take out the gold teeth in his mouth. When McCoy told the woman that he couldn' t because they were permanent, she reached into his mouth and removeQ them by hand for him. David Raybin, the attor ney for McCoy says his client was, "Spitting out teeth and blood in a trash can then told to get back in line. ANTHONY MCCOY'S TEETH Raybin also says that the enamel was ripped from four of Arithony's teeth and he was only given Tylenol for medical treatment until 10 days later when a dentist was called. McCoy needed $10,000 in dental work for his mangled mouth and the lieutenant was demoted and suspended for five days because of the inci dent. The state of Tennessee will pay McCoy $95;000 in dam ages. School Board President In Detroit Excels Despite He can't Write Coherentlv OTIS MATHIS A school bbard of{icial in Detroit Michigan is facing after facts surfaced that he is incapable of writing coherent sentences : .O.tis Mathis js the president of the Detroifschool board, the nation'siowest achieving big citv dist r ict of 90,000 school children. And like some. of these children, Mathis struggles with writ ing and composing a compre hensible sentence. Although Mathis readily admits that he's a "horrible writer" and that he struggled to get through school, many are questioning the validity of his qualifications. Adding to the concern is the fact that despite short-comings, Mathis was able to graduate high school and col lege, as well as become an elected academic officer at the University of Michigan. Mathis, a math whiz, speaks coherently but his learning disability is a different story. MarvlandMan Throws Awav S250K lfi'ttervti'cket One man's man's treasure as a Maryland threw. -away 3: Mega Millions ticket in the garbage. Fortunately, after realizing that the ticket was worth $250,000 the .J!n.an proceed ell to rummage through the trash for 90 minutes before retrieving his winning ticket, according to Baltimore.televiBuying several tiGkets for the drawing op-March 9, the man, 49, threw away the tick ets, but was informed by his brother that an employee from the Maryland Lottery that he actually had a winning ticket After frantically calling the store, the man made his return t o search for his money before finally finding it. Tliat just goes to show that anybody can find just about anything if they dig deep enough into the garbage can. Everyone be looking out to the local dumpster, you could 3-Year-Oid Abandoned Bv Parents At Panv Police are considering child neglect charges in Michigan for two parents they say took their child to a popular play time restaurant for his birth day party and left him there. Employees at a Caeserland Restaurant in Warren, Michigan called police after noticing the 3-year-old child was left alone Saturday night. -Before then employees noted that a celebration was taking place for the child complete with candles, pizza and presents. However at around 9 th.ey noticed that the party had cleared out and the boy was left by himself at a table : Police say the boy's 41-year old father and 33-year-old mother, who are separated, didn'_t realize the boy was missing till the next day c Hawaii Considering Law To Ignore Obama 'Binhers' HONOLULU -Birthers beware : Hawaii may start ignoring your r epea t e d r equests for proof that President Barack Obama was born here As the state continues to receive e-mails seeking Obama 's birth certifi ca te, the state House Judiciary Committee heard a bill Tuesday permitting govern ment_officials to ignore peo ple wffo won't give up. "Sometimes we may be dealing With a cohort of peo ple who believe lack of evi dence is evidence of a con spiracy," said Lorrin Kim, chief of the Hawaii Department of Health's Office of Planning, Policy and Program Development. Socalled "birthers" claim Obama is ineligible to be PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA president because, they argue, he was actually born outside the United States, and therefore doesn't meet a constitutional requirement for being president. Hawaii Health Director Dr. Chiyome Fukino issued statemer.ts last year and in October 2008 saying that she's seen vital records that prove Obama is a natural-born American citizen. Racial Slurs Found In Easter Eggs r-0 :D An African American family in Auburn, Michigan was surprised en when their family Easter egg hunt turned hateful after children found racist notes stuffed in their Easter eggs ::::! The family found several plastic eggs tossed in their yard with Z hateful messages inside, some of which had the m e ssages includ-ed the "N" word and references to the Aryan Nation. m Neighbors notified the authorities and police said they are C: investigating but no arrests were made as of press time. 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'>-'' HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received from bidders by the Owner in the Service Building front office located on the second level/red side, Tampa International Airport, for the Project listed below, until 2:00p.m., April15, 2010, at which time all bids received will be pub licly opened and read aloud in the Service Building Lobby Conference Room A, second level/red side: Airport Name: HCAA Project Number: Project Title: Tampa International Airport 5675 10 Red Hangar Rehabilitation Package 1: Fire Protection, Fire Alarm and Major Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Work A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held in the Authority boardroom, located in the Landside Terminal Building, third level/blue side on April 2, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. For more information and to register to receive automated e-mail notifications of future business opportunities, please visit our website at www.tampaairport.com; quick links; airport business. REQUEST FOR INFORMATION SELMON EXPRESSWAY PIER LIGHTING Project 70.10.12 The Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway Authority (Authority or THEA) seeks Request for Information (RFI) to inquire about potential soi)Jtions to either repair or replace the pier light ing on the elevated reversible express lanes (REL) from Downtown Tampa to Brandon due to a nurnber of issues related to the design, .ihst11llatio'n and operation of the lighting. Consideration will be given to consultants/contractors with expertise in the design, manufacture or installation of street and decorative lighting as further indicated in the detailed RFI that will be posted on the Authority's website www.tampa-xway.com at 10:00 AM on March 22, 2010 . Additional ;Information: Some or all of the responding consultants/contractors may be requested to provide written or oral technical proposals or both, for evaluation and ranking purposes The posted RFI provides additional information on THEA's selection procedure, communication policy, designated contact, standard notes and protest rights. SBE Policy: This project is subject to THEA's Small Business Enterprise (SBE) policy which strongly encourages the solicitation and utilization of SBE firms and requires nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, sex and national origin in its employment and contracting practices. Response j=lroced1-1re: Deadline for delivering a Letter of Interest to the Authority is by 5:00 PM Eastern time on April 20, 2010. Letters of Interest must be submitted as attached files by E-Mail to vicki@tampa-xway.com and will be composed of a single file, not to exceed 1 MB in size,)n Adobe PDF forinat (unzipped), and will not exceed seven (7) pages in length. Consultants/Contractors will be provided an e-mailed Return Receipt acknowledgement of the Letter of Interest. If such acknowledgement is not received by the Consultant/Contractor, please call THEA's contact at 813-272-6740. Letters of Interest should not contain links to other Web Pages and will, at a minimum, include the following information: a . Project Name I Authority Project Number b. Consultant's/Contractor's name and address . c. Proposed responsible office for consultant/contractor d. Contact person, phone number and Internet E-mail Address e. Statement regarding prequalification of consultant/contractor or proposed subconsultants in advertised type of work f. Proposed key personnel and their proposed roles (do not include resumes) g. Subconsultant(s) that may be used for the project h Indication as tq whether the prime firm and/or subconsultants are a Small Business Enterprise : d. Ilill'ilxm>Lagl1 O>t.mty Flunda Public Notice Public Comment Period and Public Hearing on Review of the Hillsborough Local Housing Assistance Plan Fiscal Years 2010-11,2011-12 & 2012-13 The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public comment period starting on March 19. 20 I 0 which includes a public hearing on Apri121, 2010 to take public comments and adopt the County's Local Housing Assistance Plan (LHAP). which directs the use of State Housing Initiative Partnership (SHIP) Program funds. This plan is for a three year period. including fiscal years 2010-2011.2011-2012 and 2012-2013. with the fi.seal year beginning July 1 and ending June 30 of year. It is estimated the County Will receive $5,677,611 in SHIP funds for each of the three year periods. The LHAP establishes general housing strategies that are included in the plan for Hillsborough County's use of SHIP funds, in an annual allocation. These general housing strategies are placed into practice through the use of policies, procedures and housing programs to meet the needs of the community. Strategies include homebuyer education. owner-occupied reha bilitation, down payment assistance, new construction, multi-family rehabilitation and new construction, foreclosure prevention, rental deposit /eviction protection and disaster mitigation. A Public Hearing will be held on Wednesday, April21, 2010 at 2 p.m. to receive comments and input on the LHAP. This hearing will be held at Frederick B. Karl County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. 2nd Floor Boardroom. The LHAP will be available for review at the following locations from March 19. 2010 throughApril21; 2010: www.hillsboroughcounty .org/affordablehousingoffice/resources/publicationslhome.cfm Affordable Housing Department-1208 Tech Boulevard, Suite 300, Tampa. FL 33619 78th Street Community Library -7625 Palm River Road, Tampa, FL 33619 Jimmy B. Keel Library-2902 West Bearss Ave . Tampa. FL 33618 Ruskin Library -1 Dickman Drive SE, Ruskin, FL 33570 Bruton Memorial Library -302 McLendOn Street, Plant City; FL 33563 University Area Community Center-14013 22nd Street, Tampa. FL 33613 For more information, please call .Joe Anne Lowden at (813)246-3i51 or email at: lowdenj@hill$boroughcounty.org, TTY (813) 301-7173. Para informaciOn en espalfol,l.lamar al246-J 150. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY /JoaN/. o/-NETWORKS Bright House Networks employees enjoy competitive starting pay; opportunity for adyancement : with a growing company; above average benefrts, complimentary services arid use of a vehicle for the following positions. ; :\:.,(!'' SERVICE Service and repair residential Cable TV; Internet and Digital Telephone service$. 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