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Celebrating 65 Years In The Ta111pa Bay Area _, .... ,. .... II SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL PARTICIPATES IN FRIENDS OF THE ARTS EVENT Recently Blake High School students, alumni, faculty, and staff members took part in an event that displayed creativity and talent at its best. The event, which was highly successful, featured the creativity, skill, talent, and artistic abilities of not only the school' s current student population and staff, but members of its alumni and faculty as well. The event was entitled, "Blake High School Presents Tapestry at the Tampa Theater. A reception followed the event. Among those in attendance shown in this photograph are: Kelly Horne, Hillsborough County School Board member Doretha Edgecomb, Beleria Floyd, Sandra Cooke, Joe Lynn, Sheretta Gipson, Blake Principal Jacqueline Haynes, Hillsborough County School District Assistant Superintendent for Administration Lewis Brinson, and Claudette Reid. (Photography by BRUN SON). Board Votes To Suspend Officials SEE PAGE 3-A Citizens Respond To Healthcare Passage SEE PAGE 2-A 'Devil Photo' Of President Printed SEE PAGE 4-A Pregnant Woman Killed; Teen Jailed SEE PAGE 23-A


0 Features CD C\1 z () a: < :E > < c a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c (J) w ::l 1-> a: w > w c w z (J) :J [Q ::l Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::l [Q I ..J w z i= z w (J) < c a: 0 ..J u.. Citizens Respond To Passage Of Healthcare Bill BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday night, members of Congress passed a historic healthcare bill. President Barack Obama signed the bill into law earlier this week. Some citizens shared their opinion abo ut the passag e of the bill. Ms. Ann Porter sai d the past yea rs, many of us have felt that our health s y s t em seri o u s l y broken. President Obama inspired us as he campai gne d for uni versa l h ealth ca re. Hi s to ry was made on Sunday, Mar. 21, 2010 with th e passing of th e S e n ate vers i o n of the Bill by th e U S. House a nd the Pr eside nt h as s i g n ed it int o l aw I am thrill e d personally, that the doughnut hole relate d to medication can be filled, and most of all that a better, fairer system of care can finall y b e g iv e n to the American people. God bl ess America President Obama and our own Rep. Kathy Castor." Dr. Sam Wright said I am ec s tati c that Presi d e n t Obama w a s a damant a b o u t making health care reform a reality in America He is a man of his word and his ef forts will help many. As a father of two children, I am e lat ed that my ch ildr e n will be covered with insurance until they a r e 26. I lik e the fact that many Americans will b e n e fit and because of his ef forts the y will li ve longer. This doesn t sound like the Antichri s t to m e It sounds lik e a man who seeks change. ... "YE S WE CAN. Howard Harris said, I -.--,--,volunteer with Serv ing the Insurance Needs of Elders (SHINE) and disab l ed. I know what happen when someo n e l acking health insurance avoids the e:-.-pense of a doctor and finally finds o ut in the emergency room about their diabete s just b e fore lo si n g a foot. I know what it' s lik e to hav e an insurance company to s t a nd betw ee n a patient and t h e ir doctor a nd r e fuse to pay for services b eca u se of bo g u s pre-existing co ndi tions. Finally, I know that it is unfair for my Medicare Ad vantage plan to pay for m y YMCA membership, d e ntal clea ning X-rays a nd a who l e lot of things that traditional Medica r e do es not pay for. At last these inequities will dis appear. My President kn ew what I know. Ms. Ann Jenkins said, I feel that the healthcare bill should have been passed a long time ago. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see the big picture. The Republicans wanted this failure so that they could try and keep the President from being re elected for four more years Congratulations, Mr. Presi dent, keep up the good work The majority of the world loves you. I sure do." Sol Davis ea_sy,! \MiJb: from ke ordering r invitations fl asy for ""on e Impact Of Health Care Bill Felt locallY BY LEON B. REWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Tuesda_ with th e trok es of 22 pen a nd under the watch of Vice Pres i dent Joe Biden, other e l ct e d officia l a n d u -yea r-old Marcelas Owens, President Barack Obama sig n ed into l aw a h ea lth ca r e overhaul bill. The ink hadn't dried on th e doc!Jment before Republican l eaderS' voi ced their opinion, including F olida. Attorney General Bill McCollum, who has spearh ea ded a 12-sta te effo rt to fil e a l aw s uit on the new l egis l ation Locally, severa l people felt th at th e event was hi storic and long overdue. Dr. Paul Sheehy: I think this i s a g r ea t first s t ep. I'm happy that th e uninsured will be covered. We a l so must understand that this is a health insurance reform bill, not health care reform. This changes the business of health, the substance of health care." James Ransom: "I think that any bill that will h e l p provide need e d benefit to all Ameri ca n s and tho se l ess fortun a t e i s worth supporting. Former pres i d ents over an So yea r period weren t able to ge t it done. I think this pres id e nt' s s ucc ess speaks volumes about thi s ad mini s tration. History will sow although it m ay not be perf e ct th e b e n e fit s will outweigh any probl e m s th a t may a ris e in th e future. "Fo r th ose who don t w ant to support anything coming from thi s administration, that s hows the ignorance that s till ex i s t s among so m e American peopl e Thi s crosses more than p arty lin es Th e r e are no politics a t play h e r e Thi s rep r esents the inte r ests of the m rican p pi '' Ransom s 1id I n l xp r t s a the prop d J aw ui ts are frivolou a nd aren' t go in g m -wh re. "At I a t 200 of th t m nda tion mad b th publi a n Party w r in lu d d in th b ill a lth oug h noR p ub lica n s vo t d in f av r of th bill." C i ty o un cil hairm a n Thomas Scott: 'I sta d up until 2 v ry i t d about thi s. Wh n you talk about 32 million p opl will now have coverag that' very significant. Th b n fits for the enior a nd v n th young people mad it all worthwhil Th right p r n in the 1 ader hip ro l shoul d b applauded for g ttin t hi done. Carl Warren: "This is a great public policy. However, I believe there is a huge elephant in the room _, __ _..'--__. ........ that's represe nted by greed and exce ss If this will redu ce or restrain cost, the policy will prove over time to be excel lent. "It can be reduc e d down to size through the impl e m e nta tion process. The m ajor prob lem with health care i s and will always be greed and ex cess. Government has to limit the influence of lobbyist. Until that's done, there will continue to be a problem. Cost containment must be imple mented to make this work." Marion Lewis: "This i s outstand in g Thi s world wa s built on th e h aves a nd h ave nots, and coun try will be b ette r for this kind of l eg i s lation." CALL RICKY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: I njured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY Or Email: callri c kywilliam s@gma il.com Available 24 Hrs./Oay FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS


, Features Commissioners Vote To Citizens Share Opinion On suspend Two Top omcials Suspension 01 Top Countv OHicials :J: MIKE MERRILL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Two weeks ago, Ken Hagan, Chai rm a n of the Hills borough County Commi ss ion e rs, called for the re s ignation s of County Administrator Pat Bean, County Attorney Renee Lee, and County Inter nal Performance Auditor Jim Barnes. On Tuesday in a 4-3 vote the board decided to suspend Ms. Bean and Ms. Lee for up to 90 days with pay, pending the out come of an investigation in,to criminal wrongdoing. However, no action was taken against :IJames. The motion to place Ms. Bean and Ms. Lee on leave with pay for up to 90 days was by Comm. AI Higginbotham. It was the second m9-tion made and passed 4-3 with Comm. Kevin White, Jim Nortnan, and Kevin Beckner voting against the leave with pay. The motion to terminate both Ms. Lee and Ms. Bean brought up for a vote by Comm. Sharpe, failed 3-4 with Com missioners with Conim. Beckner, Norman, White, and Higginbotham voting against it. The board also voted to re place the embattled officials with Don Odom as Interim County Attorney. After nominating other names, they unanimousl y settled on appointing Mike Merrill as Interim County Ad ministrator. Comm. Rose Ferlita stated she felt that actions against Ms. Bean and Ms. Lee be separated and offered Administrator Bean the option of re signing with the Sa.me severance packet she would receive if ter minated. Ms. Bean asked for 15 min utes to confer with her attorney. However, one of the commis sioners wanted to deny her that right. Comm. Norman then said, "They can't even speak to their attorneys? ... Their reputations are on the line because of this criminal investigation." Ms. Bean said she felt she DONODOM s till had a lot t o offer a nd d e clined th e offe r I will consider the option but I'm not prepa r e d to do that. I would need the doc ument in writing. Th e commissioners did not e xtend any offers to Ms. Lee. Attorney Chinwe Fossett, who is repre senting Ms. Lee, said she was not s urpri sed that her client wasn t offered a simi lar deal. Comm. Ferlita then warned that the offer may not be offered in the future. Attorney Richard McCrea, Jr., was hired to represent the board last weel< and given the assignment of advising them about the contracts of the three employees Attorney McCrea stated if the board found the three em ployees had committed a crime, then could fire them and deny a severance package. Otherwise, they would be bo1,1nd by the con tracts. Comm. White said he was against the suspension because of the issues facing the board I have a real problem sending either of them I want the highest and best out. of each of them. Comm. Norman held steadfast to his call for due process. At one point during the discussion he said to Comm. Sharpe, who continually called for their termination "If it were yo u and your family, you would n t want to step down. The root of the turmoil is linked to allegations of reading e-mails and a 1% salary increase that both Ms. Bean and Ms. Lee received. When the news of the salary increases was made known to the board, both women were verbally reprimanded dur ing meetings and bOth the money. Attorney Fossett said she feels it is unfair for the board to continually bring up the issue of the raise when the money has been re-paid. The board was previously told that e-mails are public record and that e-mails should not be used as a means to pro vide confidential information. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tu es day eve ning. th e b oa rd of Hill s b o rough County Board of Commissioners voted 4-3 to s usp e nd County Administrator Pat Bean and County Attorney Renee Lee with pay pending the o ut come of an FDLE inves ti ga ti on. The Commi ss i o n ers did n o t include a n y disciplinary ac ti on co n cerning County Inte rn a l P e r formance Auditor Jim Barnes. Som e citizens shared the ir opinions about the deci s ion to s u s p end the two e mplo yees with pay pending the o ut co m e of the cr imin a l investigation. Dr. Carolyn Collins, Pres id ent of th e Hill sborough County Branch of the NAACP said, "Clearl y the y did not make a wise d ec i s i o n M y op ini o n i s bas e d on th e m ee tin g last week. I sat through three h ours of dis cussions last week. Anytime yo u sit in the midst of e J e cted o fficial repres e nting the pt."'O pie th e y are responsible to it is imperative th at they show the highest regard f o r the l nw. for fairne s, and for the respec t of the people 's money and th ey didn' t do that last week. Mlnst ead, they hired an a t torney a t $310 an hour a n d they are still waiting o n th e ou t co m e of the FDLE investiga tion The right thing t o do would b e to wait on th e FDLE investigation This i n o thin g but another form of discrimin a tion that is not only r ac i a l but gender as well. Rev. Thomas Scott, for m e r Chairman of the Board of Coun ty Commissioners said h e do es n t feel the decision of th e co mmi ss i o n e r s was wise b ecause th e e mplo yees h adn' t be e n given due process and that em ai l s are a m a tt e r of pub lic record. H e a l so s t a t ed that th e bo a rd did not t a k e a n y ac tion against th e auditor. Much of the controversy stems around th e ongoing in -wstigntion by the Florida D N p a rtment of Law Enforcement. Th(' investigati n reque. t "a mad(' Commissioner Kevin Beckner. In response to the in li ga tion. Re\1. Scott said Commi sioner Beckn r vio l a ted th e pro of the b nrd. n commi i on r cnnno t t n k a n y acti n. It t a k es 4 vot es t m a k a d ecisio n by th Board f o m mis s i o n rs," Rev. Scott s t a t ed. Ms. Yolanda Anthony aid, "In m y opinion th Board of County Commi s ion rs i re acting, not m aki n g wi d i s i o n s a nd n o t t ak in g th prop r steps to n ur a fair and a m e n ab l e o ut come i s r u h d "Most of th em hnv m ad up their minds th a t unty Attorney Renee Lee hould b termin a t e d a nd th fact aren't worth waitin g f or. I am ver y di sappointed with my co un ty co mmiSSion e r s Attorney rRenee Lee s hould r e m a in County Attorn ey." c > (/) AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE m z m .. .. :/ -r r / 1 I ..... f 1 1 I Personalized service -Support and Help from the beginning 10 1he end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work No Recovery. No Fee Investigators If 1here is a dispute on how 1he accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical care Provided Pharmacy-Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle,. 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0 c; Features (l) N :I: u a: < Paper Publishes 'Devil Photo' 01 President > < BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 0 On Wednesday, TBT, the fE newspaper, published by the St. Pete Times, published a caricature of President Barack Obama depicted as the devil, complete with red horns. In brazen, bold, red lett ers, the word "BEDEVILED" appears below President Obama's photograph. The Sentinel received several complaints about the photograph. Joe Robinson, who is a Republican said "That 24 % talked about in the article is the Tea Party Group who are radical, far right conserva tives. Their opinions are not reflective of the Republican Party Elder Charles Davis, pastor of College Hill Church Of God In Christ said, Wellthinking and Christian peo-0 ple need to be aware of fE people who are playing with 0 them. You cannot legislate morality and you can t vote against every bill when 90% 0 of it is good and only 10% of en it is bad. Monty Sampson said, 1-"It was deplorable. I can't even think of the words to W say It was just a despicable [i caricature of the ComO w :I: en :::l m ::::> a. z tu ..J ..J ::::> m I ..J w z t= z w en < 0 a: 0 ..J LL. BEDEVILED mander-In-Chief and Chief of the United States of Amer ica." Eric Brown, who is also a member of the Republican Party said, "It's unfortunate that most people will look at the cover and formulate their opinions based on that. I'm very, very disappointed with this cover. I'm aware of the first amendment, but the news media should use dis cretion." Marvin Knight aid. "I saw the photo and I think it's awful. They (Republican ) are the elect d 1 aders and hould be etting xampl for us. They should have an obligation to help make tl1is country better, rather than sitting on the sidelin and trying to destroy th oun try." U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor also shared a comment about the photo graph, "The l evel of dis course across America is coarsening and we must seek civility and a more respectful tone. So, I am disturbed and disappointed by this por trayal of our President. The President of the United tat mutb n -iors." Th articl that a mpa ni th ph togrnph ab ut Pr id nt Obama b ars th h dlin "Obama: Antichrist, Muslim, Racist, Nazi. It was originall n titl d "Mqjority of Republicans: Obama Is A Muslim," by its autl1or, Jo Connelly, a olumni t with the Seattle PI, publish d Mar h 23"1 A telephon cnll from tl1 Sentinel to TBT wa not returned. Familv Needs More Help To Burv Loved One The family of Eric Peoples is grateful for the dona tions they have received to l)elp with his funeral ex penses but they are still short of what they need for his burial. Peoples was killed in a car crash last J::riday morning on Columbus Drive near 121 h Street His family has asked for an investigation into his death. Anyone who wants to make a donation to help this fam ily, needs to make them di rectly to Everett, Derr and Anderson Funeral Home ERIC PEOPLES 5117 North 22"d.Stre e t, or by calling th e funeral hom e at (813) 237-5775 Communitv Invited To East Tampa FamiiV Reunion BY BILLY WHEELE'R. In 2008, the Health, Ed ucation and Social Services (HESS) Committee of the East Tampa Community Re vitalization Partnership, (ETCRP) conducted a resi dent-driven needs assessment that covered over 900 households in East Tampa. The purpose was to find out what the community resi dents wanted to see done, cr eated and improved re. garding their health, educa tion social servi ce s, and economic renewal. The committee is now ready to report the findings, and cordially invite all inter ested persons to attend the East Tampa Family Reunion: Reducing Health, Education And Social Service Disparities in East Tampa. The event takes place from 8 :30a.m. to 5 p. m., Monday, M arch 29, at the Children 's Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 E Palm Avenue (lo cated in Ybor City near Palm and Nebraska Avenues). Evangeliite Best is ETCRP Chairman. For more information, email Pamela Bradford at pam.bradford @yeriron.net, or (813) 238-5331. Or, contact Richard Briscoe at briscoe@fmhi.usedu, or (813) 974-6413.


Editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLET1N ( USPS 202-l en m and Lee had been done. Yet, thos e sa m e squirr els were in a quandary as to how they f e lt about the County s doling out money to bureau crats it had recently sus pended, with malice. The County Commission has become a pool of sharks; thrashing and lashing out at anything that speaks or moves. Soon, the sharks will run out of available prey. Then, as they have done in the past, they will return to feed on themselves. And in a short while, when the feed ing frenzy is done, there will be nothing left in the pool, but cartilage (sharks have no bones), blood and. the County Auditor who started this mess in the first place (but that, too, is another story.) And after the sharks have mauled each other and the sit-com of County govern ment has been replaced by some other publicly funded reality-show, who shall be left to clean up? Fellow mans, put away your pop corn; grab your aprons, pick up your pooper-scoopers, and follow me. z m r;m c: I'"'" ...... z c: m .-en :J: m 0 m < m -t c m en 0 )> z 0 ., :!:! 0


Minister Farrakhan Addresses Obama And Combating Race Relations The East Tampa Conspiracvl BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StafflVriter (An Analysis) thi s is the Blac k communit) I'm talking ubout. und we n ever hav e a reason to complain or s o w e a re s uppo s ed to believe. "we need to pray for our c brother and his family, and a: warn America: Leave that man LL. a l o n e." Alth ough th e in i t ial s up port was appa r ent during th e ca m pa ig n th e anno unc e m ent th a t Barack Obama was offic iall y th e n e w pres iden t of the Uni t ed Stat e d sh i fted the mentalities of many a nd masked p e r ce pti o n s of a Black presi d en t b eca m e a r e ali ty. Th e mo s t d e n sely Bla ek pop ulat e d a r ea o f Tampu i s Ea s t Tampa Yet, they have to put up with more di s r es p e ct th a n any other community. If the fact that elderl y citizens are afraid to come out of their homes isn't enough outsiders have made it virtually impossi ble to get from one place to an other. There i s not a c o n s piracy in Ea s t Tampa, but n doubl e s t a ndard It' s just not rensonnbl or fair that Ea s t Tampa resi dents have to tolerat e this kind of disrespect. S a f e to s ay, th e country h as se t i tse lf ba ck very far as it p e r tain s to race relations as Obama and his wife Michelle have been used as a spectacle and have been plastered with racial commentary from politi cians and citizens. MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN Virtually every road in East Tampa is either torn up or de toured. Why it was decided to do all of this work in one small area at the same time is beyond me. But, there's not one non-Black community that has to deal with this or will tolerate it. A call Monda y was made to CSX about this untim ly train arrival, which stopped on th tracks for 2 hours, and all th y did was to take the complaint, and probably toss it into the "who cares" pile. They feel they are so powerful, they not only don't have to answer to the resi dents of East Tampa, but that we can do nothing to change the time the train travels through the area. c a: LL. c z < c en w :::) .... > a: w > w c w :::r:: en :J CD :::) a. z i= w ..J ..J :::) CD ..J w z i= z w en I < c a: 0 ..J LL. Unfortunately for Obama, not addressing such harsh comments. might not be in his best interests as he is still a repreSen tative for the Black community and many starting to believe that their voice may n .ot be speaking for them. With great Black minds such as Cornel West and Michael Eric Dyson gathered by Tavis Smiley, Minister Louis Farrakhan led the march on battling race relations and how misconception has developed that Obama is truly winning LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. 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As time progresses, the safety of Obama and his family is be coming uncertain as long as racist minds still exist and have the ability to enact their partic ular views to spread hate and ig norance. George w. Bush Shakes Hands With Haitians, Wipes Hand On Bill Clinton's Shin Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are visiting the country of Haiti to see the destruction in the country first-hand. The two w e r e cho se n by the President to spearhead fundraising for the embattled country and made a s top in the capit a l of Port-Au-Prin ce M o nday. While the r e the two g re e t e d s ev e ral H a itian s s till stra nd e d from January's earthquake a nd living in t e nts. The BBC captured video of the moment, even capturing when George W. s hakes hands with a Haiti a n m a n and then immediatel y wipes his hands on Bill Clinton's shirt. No matter who you complain to, the inconvenience is always easily explained and made to look like it's no big deal. It isn't a big deal for those who don't work, live or drive in the area. But, that's not the biggest problem. The biggest problem is the CSX train. During the morning hours when East Tampa residents are traveling west on their way to work a long, endless, car carry ing train impedes their progress. Not only does this event happen every day, but it occurs during the precise time when people are trying to get to work. Apparently, it would greatly inconvenience someone to have the train go through earlier or change its route. But remember, CSX underestimates the intel ligence and power of the people who live in East Tampa, and they know who to talk to and ac tion will be taken. If CSX wants to challenge that, let them try. This has been going on for too long, and it's time for it to stop and for East Tampa residents to be re s p e cted. Fix the detoured roads, tak e down the signs, and let's get thi s train on a different schedule. 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CommunittJ News ASAlHMeets Atlibrarv Th e monthl y m ee tin g o f ASALH of Tampa Bay will be h e ld Saturday, March 27, 2010, 2 p m., at the Seminole Heights Public Library 5711 Central A v e (at Osborne A v e.) The Association for the Study of African-American Life and History was founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1915 The Tampa Bay Branch was or ganized in 2004 by Frances Alexander. The public is welcome to at tend. TOBAToHost Communitv Meeting Members of the Tampa Or ganization of Black Affairs (TOBA) will host and facilitate a Call meeting for all community, church, business, and civic lead ers. They also are inviting frater nities sororities, elected and appointed officials, professional organizations and individuals The organization is s eeking individuals who are willing to develop a broad comprehensi v e agenda of special interest and a plan to improve the quality of life for African Americans in Tampa and Hillsborough County. The meeting time and location will be published in the Florida Sentinel next Tues Church Celebrates 5th Anniversarv In Communitv On Saturday, March 27th Shekinah Glory Church will host a community-wide barbeque from 12 noon until4 p m. It will take place at 223 S 78th Street and the communities of Palm River, Clair Mel, and Progress Village are invited to attend. Everyone is encouraged to come out and enjoy the festivi ties, food and fun. There will be games face painting, music and information for everyone The senior clergyman is Pastor A. D. Shaw. For addi tional information about this free event contact the church at (813) 732-1106; or visit the web site at www.sgcburcb.net. 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. BANK1 SUNTRUST 6 :2 c ,. C/) m z m r;m c: r r gJ z "0 c: aJ r c;; ::z:: m c m < m m c ,. z c ., ::D 6 Sun Trust Bank, Member FDIC. :r.!010 Sun Trust Banks Inc. Sun Trust and Live Soli d Bank Solid. are federally registered service marks of Sun Trust Banks Inc Ci) m


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Lc5Rrgf,t For more information oontact Rev Pauline L Cole at (813) emai l : wozint@netzero com www. women-of-zion i ntemational.org Women Of Zion International, Inc Affecting Nations Through Jesus Christ REGISTRATION & INFORMATION For more information pertaining to MIGHTY WOMEN OF GOO CONFERENCE; Please note the following : Each person is responsible of making h i s or her hold reservation Please use website www TampaCtarion.com for room registration and hotal directions VENDORS/EXHIBITORS: $150 for corporations ; $75 for profit business ; and $50 for non profits (Please present verifiCation of status) ADS FOR SOUVENIR BOOKLET: Full Page $100; Half page $50 ; and Quarter page $25 ; Business Cards $12 50 and name only $5.00 CONFERENCE FEES: Conferance Package : $75 ( Includes : Registration Workshops Luncheon Banque t & Pageant ) per-person ; H usband and Wife $100 00 Itemized F ee : Reg istration S 1 0 .00: Workshops & Luncheon $ 2 5 00; Banqu e t & Pag ean t $4 0 .00 SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES : Platinum Level : $ 2 000 and u p Gold Le vel : $1,000-$1.999 Si lver Level : $500 -$999 Local Resident leadershiP Training course Offered Bv Weed And Seed Ea s t Tampa II Weed and S eed Coordinator, Kim Miner. imited residents to participate in the Middle Dis trict of Florida Core Team, Community Mobilization and Resident Leadership Training on March 30, 2010, being held at the DACCO Building, 4422 East Columbus Drive from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Come out and learn more about the role of Weed and Seed and its effort to train residents in how to mobilize the community to reinvest in itself, thrive and sustain itself into the future. Miner said she and the 23-member steering committee are looking forward to collaborating and partnering with organizations to provide opportunity and leverage resources to the East Tampa II Weed and Seed area. "Over the past 8 weeks since I became the East Tampa II Weed and Seed Coordinator, I have been obser.ing and m ee t ing \\ith le a d e rs and re s id ents in the community. -This effort will require working together for the common good to fully meet the challenges of East Tampa. There is important work still to be done, especially having res idents understand that nothing can fully be accomplished on their behalf without their involvement." Miner will continue her outreach campaign to community residents and has scheduled to meet all neighborhood watch/association groups in the Weed and Seed area over the next 30 days. Her plans are to inform residents and local businesses about the Weed and Seed strategy and enlisting the help of the community at large to take charge to effect real change in their neighbor hoods. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN u".Ku'c 4025 W. Palmetto Street, Tampa, FL, 33607 (813) 879-1351 REV. A. W. GREENE, Pastor You Are Invited To Attend Our 1Oth Annual HOPE Scholarship Program (Help Open Pathways to Education) Sunday, March 28, 2010 Time: 11 :00 a. m. Guest Speaker Dr. Walter Smith 7th President of FAMU Pastor Paul Buster Bishop Elgin Franklin Dr. Gregory Robinson Featuring The Male Chorus of Highland Pines Baptist Church, Pastor Cleveland Lane IleUm 01 Domesdc VIolence To Host Seminar BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Yolanda Lee got involv e d with a man she knew had a his tory of domestic violenc e Sh e said because he's such a great manipulator, he manage s to find women who are vulnemble as she was. "He also targets women with hidden issues." Lee later married the man and they had three children together. She also said the warning signs of their future started when they were dating. "I was terrified of him, because I'd never been in an abu sive relationship. It was very embarrassing to me, and I didn't tell anyone what was going on. "The abuse escalated after we were married, and was physical, sexual, emotional, mental, and verbal. He always apologized and would heat me crying to convince me he was sorry." Lee said she's been di vorced for almost 10 years now and believes her ex-husband is continuing his history of abuse with someone else. "I wouldn't' go to a hospital for my injuries, because I was so embarrassed. "My oldest daughter suf fered a breakdown because of what I was going through, and that's when I decided enough was enough." Lee decided to become an advocate for abused women and she credits Bay Area Legal Services with giving her a voice "I started a group in 2004 to address domestic violence. I do a lot of public speaking, but this will be my first seminar." On March 27'h, Lee will be hosting her first seminar, "Herstory: Women's Empowerment Seminar," from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the Chester H. Ferguson Law Cen. ter, 1610 North Tampa Street. Author Danielle Sweat will also speak at the seminar. Lee said her seminar will address the big question of what makes a person stay in an abusive relationship. "This is my testimony. Today, I'm a much stronger woman, and I've started a new relationship. "We also talk about men who are victims of domestic vi olence." Lee is also working on a book, "Silent Screams," and said she knows recalling the experiences will hurt, but she has to do this. "I have to do what I can to help others deal with this issue. I have to try and make -them call for help before it's too late."


uslim Alliance To Host 13th Annual Charitv Fesuval BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Tampa Bay Muslim Alliance announces their 13th annual Islamic Charity Festi val that will be held Sunday, March 28th at the Riverfront Park, 1000 North Boulevard. The festival will begin at u a.m. and end at 5 p.m. The charity festival is held to give back generously to the indigent, homeless, poor and deserving in the community. In the past, several elected and non-elected officials have attended. Dr. Husain Nagamia, Tampa Bay Muslim Alliance President, said when the fes tival first started, it was in celebration of the Festival of Sacrifice. This event commemorates the sacrifice Abraham made of his son under the command of God. A lamb was sacrificed instead, and it was shared with everyone. That is the spirit of the event. Dr. Nagamia said atten dance has grown tremen dously since they first held the festival. "When we started, we had a couple of hundred people at tending. Now, we have 2 to 3 thousand people coming out. The Muslim community feels it's important to share with the less fortunate." Each year, the festival or ganizers provide free cloth ing, toys, and food that features Indian, Pakistani, and Middle Eastern cuisine. Free barbecue and Oriental dishes are also provided, and it's all free. A total of 75 bicycles are given away (so adult, 25 chil dren), and games and clowns are provided for the children. New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc. 7402 N. 56th St. Bldg. 700 Suite NO Tampa, FL 33617 ELDER OlANO COSTON hap:/Mww.nhcwc.org Bible Study: Prosperity 101 Is it wrong to want the good stuff? What can I do to get God to let me have it? If the sinner can enjoy it, why can t I? What's the secret to wealth? These questions and more answen!d SUNDAY EVENING 6 P. M. Bring your and let's sean:h GOd's Won:! Also a medical team will be providing free blood pressure check-ups free blood sugar and other tests. Tbe Tampa Bay Muslim Alliance board members who have worked to make this event possible are Dr. Nagamia (President) Hakim Aquil (Vice Presi dent), Mr. Bukhani (Trea surer), and Halima (Executive Secretary). DR. HUSAIN NAGAMIA For more information about this event, call (813) 6616161, or (813 267-1600. Arst M. of Highland Pines_ 4711 East 21st Avenue Tampa, Florida 3a&05 813-627-0338 --Anrilfal_ WomenJn Red Program Sponsorect By: Senior Women of (S.W O.P) Mission Thanks in advance for your support. 28, 3;00 p.m. Gl:JEST S BEAKER( Valerie H.:JJ, o liard -Theme : "We Walk in the Ught, and He Is the Ught"-1 John 1:7 ,/ Familv Honors loved One With Feast On S a turday, 2 '" from 2 p m unt i l p m., th e family of Ms. Clark will b celebrating another ear ofh r new lif e in he aven with a love feast at the hom e of h er mother, Ethel Helms. The love feast cookouts are very specia,l and will b e held every year with family and friends gathering to honor Ms. Clark and talk about all the good times they shared with her. On March 22, 2004 Leroy Jones as sentenced to life in prison for the 2002 strangula tion murder of Ms. Clark. DEBORAH DENISE CLARK Make Your Way To Allen Temple A M E Church Tampa On Good Friday (April 2) 6 :30 P M As The Pastors Of The 'Tremendous' Tampa District Proclaim And Preach The Seven last Words Of Jesus From The Cross! 1. Rev. Charles Cloy (Mt. Carmel, Tampa) 2. Rev. Walter Lassiter (St. Luke, Tampa) 3. Rev. Mtch1:f Price (St. James, Progrett Village) 4. Rev. Patricia Mosley (Mt. Olive, Plant City) 5. Rev. Ricky Polk (Unity, Seffner) 6. Rev. Beverly Lane (Bethel, Tampa) 7. Rev. Dwayne Gaddis ZJon. Riverview) NOTE: This Worship Service Is The 'Spark' For The Creation Of A 'NeW' Ministeriai.AIIiance In Tampa, Bay! )> :::D (") ::::&: 1\) 1\) 0 .... 0 ., r-0 ::rJ C/) m z m r;m c: r r-z 'tJ c:\. m c C/) :x. m c m < m -i c: m C/) c )> z c 'TI :::D c


Local 0 ('1,1 eD N J: (.) a: <( :E > < c An Easter Storv: 'Nothing But The Truth .... So Help Me God' a: Perhaps you feel that y ou 've u. seen it all and yo u already kn o w the e nd of the story, but Jackie Mills Brown states that's not what youill get! With another original production Mills-Brown is set to bring a climactic portrayal of the death, burial and resur rection of Jesus Christ. Nothing But The Truth, So Help Me God brings tlte audi ence into a modern day court room, ala Johnny Cochran and 0. J. Simpson, only this time Jesus is the accused! JACKIE MILLS BROWN Fueled by a ministry whose Jesus Christ was a previous mission statement is Biblical production performed at the based original productions, Masqu e Community Theate r with a contemporary twist, in Temple Terrace, and was this production will have th e originally received with a > audience laughing crying a nd controversial acceptance. maybe even pleading the Many felt as thou g h th e con;;: fifth! .... cept of Jesus being dead u. The Fun e ral Services Of wouldn' t make sense for c -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------z <( c en w :::l .... > a: w > w 26th Annuat Easter Egg Hunt At Universitv Area Communitv Center 0 The Tampa Alumni W Chapter (Gamma Eta Sigma) of Phi Bet a Sigma Fraternity, :J Inc., will host its annual community Easter Egg Hunt c.. on Saturday March 27, 2010 Z at the University Area Community Center, located ..J at 14012 North 22nd Street S in Tampa. The festivities will 1D begin at 11:30 a.m. The bunt is held in conjunction with z personnel from the t= Hillsborough County Parks ffi division. Chapter of the Year at the 2009 Inte rnational Conclave held in New Orleans, LA. Brother Tommie Tolbert, Jr. serves as the chapter president. SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M. Morning Service-11 :30 A. M. Evening Service-7 _:30 P. M Bible Study -Tuesday Evening Bible Band 7:30 P M : those of us who belie e in Hi resurrection and ascen ion to heaven However, for those that attended, th_e rave r eview and shouts of Hallelujah were a testimony to the fact that the production more than made sense -it invoked emotion The goal of the pro duction is to bring the mes sage of Christ in a manner that is effectQal ar;td invoking, and not just a monotonous repeat of a story that we've heard rriany ma.ny times. When asked about her cre ativity and originality, MillsBrown credits it all to GOd, Th e r e is nothing that can b e adde d ro the most moving saga of our Savior 's d ea th and resurrection, but hopefull y peopl e will trul y think about w h a t Christ endured on the cross as they watch Him being crucified in a mod e rn day kangaroo court. In the end I hope that peopl e a r e moved to dedicate th e ir lives to Christ a nd truly li ve for Him a nd not for the people. The event will be hosted a t the New St. Matthew M. B. Church located at 1006 South soth Street Rev. Alec l:Iall Pastor, on Friday April 2, 2010. Doors open at 7:00 PM and the event is FREE! For more information con tact Jackie Mills Brown@ 813-245-86ss. en The hunt will feature an egg hunt for ages 2-7 and 8-0: 12 in separate areas of the 0 center, followed by lunch. ii Two prize baskets wHl be given out to two lucky winners who find the golden egg. rr.ursday E vening -YPWW -7:30P.M. 1 st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry 7:30 P This is the 26th year the Fraternity has held a <;ommunity egg hunt for families who may otherwise not have the opportunity to participate in this traditional activi ty. Phi Beta Fraternity Inc. was founded in 1914 at Howard University in Washington, DC. The Fraternity's motto is Culture For Service and Service For Humanity." The Tampa Alumni Chapter was chartered in 1946. The chapter sponsors two collegiate chapters at the University of South Florida and the <( University of Tampa and has 0 a youth auxiliary the Sigma .,.. Beta Club. The chapter was recognized as the Fraternity's "2009 Model Cordially Invite You To The Church's 13th Anniversary 461 o E. Hanna Avenue Tampa, 33610 Theme: "There Is Hope For Us" Hear, 0 Lord, and have mercy upon me: Lord, be thou my helper. Thou hast turned for me my mourning into dancing; thou hast put off my sackcloth, and g irded me with gladness ; Guest Speaker For 4:00 P.M. Service PASTOR BOBBY R. PATTON New Ute Baptist Church Tampa FL Event Coordinator. Sister Sandra lhomas 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 has 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 format i on, encourage relational growth within the church, and ensure opportunities to develop the daily devotional life of the congregation. Minimum Quallftcatton 2 years commitment with a 2 years renewal option Teach at least one class each week Preach at least two sermons each week. Martt.l St.tus Preferably married Education BA degree in Biblical Studies or AS degree in Biblical Studies with 5 yrs experience In a professional leadership role or 10-1 5 yrs of experience In a professional leadership role Please enquire for other skill & related duties Email resumes to.: northsldechurchofchrlst.tampa.flgmall.com New Saint Matthew M. B. Church Drama Ministry 'Biblical Based, Original Productions with a Contemporary Twist' Presents NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH ... So HELP ME Goo! Not your EXPECTED Outcome (Jesus does not come into the court and state I AM ALIVE) Written and Directed by Jackie Mills Brown Where: New Saint Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 50th Street Tampa, FL 33619 When: Good Friday, April2, 2010 *7:00pm For Information contact: Jackie Mills Brown@ 813 245-8655 Admission: FREEl It:"' Gospel Play DnA MISsion The .-Jity will make you cry. The humcw will br1ng on much laughter. The story-line Is sure to captivate your MlentJonl Saturday March 27,2010 7pm Historic Centro Asturiano Theater 1913 N. Nebraska Ave Adult $25.00 Children $15.00 Doors open 6:30pm Ticket Oudet: Big John BBQ 5707 N 40TH St. For--hdio call: (813) (813) 245-1007


::D oavcare Reigning Rovalties Aut or To Host Birthdav Book Signing Bash CYNTHIA GADSON On Saturday, March 27 from 12 noon until3 p m., suc cessful author, Cynthia Gadson will hold a birthday celebration and book signing at Nephew s Barbecue, 4401 North 40th Street. Gadson will be featuring her third book, Show Me! Teach Me! Guide Me!, and will have a special giveaway and $s.oo discount offer if you bring in a coupon from her ad vertisement. Gadson's first two books Mom Had A Problem, and Dad Had Issues, have been well received, and she s still working on future issues. All three books were illustrated by Gadson's son, Maurice Lindsey, and the graphics have stepped up with each publication. For more information on the book signing and birthday bash, contact Cynthia Gadson at (813) 622-7722. At Ebenezer M. B. Church 1212 Scott Street Rev. Quantai Washington, Pastor Dea. Fred Short, President Dea. Milton Wade, Reporter Apostle Otha B. Lockett House or Prayer Resst.n!ction Temple Speaker ::D Mrs. Maxine McCullough, teacher for the 3-year-old class at New Friendship Day-Q care and Cultural Center, recognizes the royalty that reigns in her class: N The King and Queen of Hearts are Darryl Hicks and Wi'Yanna Ortega. The second place winners are Torianna Johnson and Anthony Johnson. Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott 8r Elder Marva Scott and the Thirty-Fourth Street Church of God presents Service will be held at: ptlst Church r / ,1' t' Y; Ave, Tampa, FL 33610 Dr. Thomas Scott, Dr. Mmdf!f! Wtf!Jtfst i!IJ/I!asio. r-Greg Pastor Anton!o OT. Z11chary HudsPn, April 3, 2010 at 12iOO. /-: Easter Hunt Free food, games, and live musiC by 2010 .at 6:30 ani-Slllirise Joe Chillura Park (DowQtown Tampa) 2010 at 10:00 am -Resurrection Service Experience a live Easter through Choral and Dance. Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott' 3000 NOrth 34th street-Tampa, Fl-Rew. Dr. Thomas Scott; Pastor en N 0 0 r-0 :!! en m z m r-m c: I= z "'D c: m r-c;; ::::1: m 0 m < m -4 c: m en 0 )> z 0 ::D 0


Local Bles'd Is Highlv Favored! Jeremiah Bles'd Wicks is highly favored! c a: Congratulations are in u.. order for this young man as h e was awarded the MVP trophy in football for Salesians Youth Center. He had a great 2007-2008 year. Not only was he playing great games for Salesians, but Jeremiah also started for the West Tampa Spartans football team at the same time. He scored 23 touchdowns in 14 games,. led his team to the Super Bowl, and scored two more touchdowns in a loss to the Kissimmee Cowboys. He won Player Of The Year 2008 for West Tampa Spartans football team and played various positions on 1:i each .team to include rune ning back, quarterback and fE wide receiver, thanks to his C father Robert Wicks, who z < started coaching his son in 1:i football when Jeremiah c was four years old. His ffi father also excelled in football in high school and had scholarships to many colw leges but decided to join the [i Army to fight for our counC try. He works with W Jeremiah on his athletic :X: en skills constantly in football, basketball, and baseball. ::::l Amazingly, Jeremiah and his father both wore the same numbers, #22 and _. #30. This young athlete was S only seven old with a m bright future ahead of him I Lrl at the time. Coach Ron z Niles was his Head Coach i= for the Spartans. ffi As Jeremiah moved towards 2009 at age 8, he Q joined the Temple Terrace Wildcats, who won the ..J championship in their dis-u.. d th trtct an went on to wm e Super Bowl this past year. Again, Jeremiah had an outstanding football season, and received yet another trophy for his accomplishments. Jeremiah was selected to play in the All Star game where coaches selected the best player from each team to play. His coaches included his dad, Coach Billy Graham, and Coach Isaiah Spencer. He is very actiye in the community, and gravitates towards sports. He is a member of Mentors For Ministry under the supervision of his aunt, Dr.

ALGIE, DIANE, IRIS, MONIQUE And YOLANDA It's that time again! Come celebrate our birthdays with us this Friday, 3/26 at the Landmark Lodge across from the Cotton Club. JAMELAndANITA BLAKELEY ;J-29-2010 Looks like you've got your hands full, but that's okay. We'v e got a lifetime. You keep holding me up and I'm going to keep holding you down. Happy 2 year wedding anniversary. (813) 248-1921 I r -e\enl\ 1 -he .-fth I dt rs -i.uc lien c =undr-ai\er-Saturday, April10, 2010-Spm@ USF College of Education -TECO Room 4202 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL Tickets $10 in advance $15@Door Call 813-664-0921 for ticket purchases. Doors at 5:00pm Mttt & Grttt the Bachelors Wine & Cheese Reception-Bidding otarts promptly at 6:00pm Portion of Proceeds to benefit G.R.I T.S Youth Mentor Group Scholarship Fund. The National In titute for Strategic and Tactical Planning and the West Tampa CDC will host a free professional grant writing workshop in basic grant writing on April 3, 2010 from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm at the West Tampa Library, 2312 West Union Street. Staff administrators, board members of non-profits faith based organizations, government agencies and other taxx empt statu organization s hould attend. Seating is limited; pleas email at wefindarants@aol.com or mikeconsulto confirm a seat and to obtain a n invitation and workshop packet. No one will be admitted without an invitation. Contact Michael Randolph for additional information at (813) 254-6297. Vendors Needed For. 2010 Tampa Bav Hurricane Expo ., tact Peter Ignacio or Angela 6 Baird at (813) 274-7006, ore-:a mail Peter.linaciq-Tampa-6 iOv.net or Aniela.Baird-)lo @Tampa-ioy.net. en. The 2010 Tampa Bay Hurricane Expo Steering Committee is accepting vendor and sponsor applications for the Third Annual Tap1pa Bay Hurricane Expo at MOST on Saturday, May 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p m. Vendors who offer hurricane protection or survival products or services are encouraged to apply. Sponsorship opportuni ties are also available. To participate in the Expo, vendors and sponsors can reg i"ster by filling out the appropriate form at www.TampaBayHurricane-Expo .com. Deadline to submit exhibit reg istration form by mail or fax is Friday, April16, 2010 For more information, con-The 2010 Tampa Bay Hurricane Expo will serve to ::i inform the public that "The Z First 72 Are Up To You This r means that there is a personal m responsibility for every county ? resident to be prepared to pro-rvide for themselves up to the first 72 hours after a storm. z The City of Tampa, ., Hillsborough County and C: Museum of Science & Industry are co-sponsors of the event. (;; Admission to the 2010 ::1: m Tampa Bay Hurricane Expo is c free. m MOM HAD A PROIWI, DAD HAD ISS.I, AOOIHIW MEl TEACH MEl 8UIDEME! < m -f c: m en c ... ----------... $5.00 Iff Booll 1 Witt! Coupon 1 Umlt_!Per While Supplies L.aS1 _J > z c ., ::0 c


Tiger To Hold First Press Conference At Masters a: u. Mid-Winter Tournament To Stan This week e nd it will be a true s aying that all roads lead to Rogers Park Golf Course. Some key golf history is being reborn at the historic course. Golfers are coming from all over to participate in the Winter Pro-Am Golf Tournament. There was a time when the Mid-Wint e r Open was one of the biggest golf tournaments Black pro golfers would play in. Every Black golfer who has played on any of the PGA Golf Tours has played in a past > Mid-Winter Open at Rogers < Park. Not only is this MidC Winter Open a Pro-Am Golf fE Tournament, it is a reunion of c friends and competitors. The Z event promises to be fun-filled a: w > w c w :I: (/) :J m :::::1 c.. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::::1 m I ...1 w z i= z w (/) Arenas Faces Jail Time The Washington Wizards' suspended guard, Gilbert Arenas may be looking at up to 3 months of jail time. He is to be sentenced today for bringing a loaded gun into the Wizards' locker room. It is believed that Arenas brought the gun into the locker room as a result of an argument with a feammate over an unpaid gambling debt. Prosecutors are recommending three months in jail for Arenas. It will be up to the judge to determine Gilbert's sentence It Will do Arenas good to get this gun sent e nce behind him UConn In Wrong Tournament The University of Connecti cut Women s Basketball team has made a shamble of women's college basketball all season long. Now they are making a shamble of the Women's NCAA Basketball Tournament. UConn has won a record for women, 74 straight basketball games in landslide victories. The UConn ladies are in the wrong basketball tournament. The Lady Huskers should be playing in the Men's NCAA Tournament. It would be a much fairer tournament and at least the men would have a chance. The ladies don't. NBA Winding Down The National Basketball Association is winding down and the playoff season is rapidly upon us. It really doesnit matter what teams make the playoffs, but it-is boiling down to the same four teams. The Championship will be decided once again between the Los Angeles Lakers, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Orlando Magic and the Boston Celtics. One of these four teams will win the NBA Championship. No other teams have a sliver of a chance. It also appears that the four teams could be nar rowed to two, the Lakers and the Cavaliers TIGER WOODS ORLANDO--Tiger Woods will speak before he plays in the Masters. Woods is scheduled to hold his first press conference in nearly five months at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 5, according to a tentative interview schedule that Augusta National released Wednesday. It will be his first press con ference in nearly five months, and his first time facing a room full of reporters since he crashed his SUV into a tree on Nov. 27, setting off shocking revelations of rampant infi delity. The Masters only recently began conducting a press con ference on Monday of tournament week, usually a player with only moderate news interest because most of the media isn't there yet. Woods is the only player scheduled for an interview that day. Arnold Palmer, one of the most popular players in golf history, suggested that Woods be more open with reporters. "It's up to him to do and say whatever he feels he needs to do to redeem the situation, put it in the proper place," Palmer said. ... I suppose the best thing he could do would be open up and just let you guys shoot at him. And that's just my thought." a: 0 ...1 u. Unity Youth Football Conference 2010 REGISTRATION COPELAND PARK SAINTS A YF National Champions 2008-2009 CUSCADEN PARK COUGARS *New Team* JACKSON HEIGHTS PARK VIKINGS JACKSON HEIGHTS NFL YET CENTER 331 0 E. Lake Avenue ** Tampa, FL 3361 0 Saturday, April 3, 2010 10 A. M. -2 P. M. Special $75.00 Before June 5, 2010 $115.00 After Age: 5-14 No Weight Limit All Teams Are Tackle (Player Cannot Turn 15 ANYTIME In 201 0) FOR MORE INFORMATION: (813) 244-9914 Vikings (813) 770-4138-Cougars (813) 312-0093 Saints Ex-Mets Star Dwight Gooden Arrested FRANKIJ J --Form r Major Baseb a ll t a r Dwight Gooden h a b n c h a r g d with drivin g und r th influ nce o f drug and I avin the n e of a n a id nt. Th form r pit h r f o r th New York M e t and N w York Yank es had a child in his v e hicle at the tim of th two-vehicle crash around 9 a.m. Tuesday, Franklin Lakes police Capt. Joseph Seltenrich said Police wouldn' t say whose child it was, but they said no one was hurt. Gooden also was charged with child endangerment and motor vehicle violations, authorities said. They wouldn't release details, including the type of drugs. Gooden, 45, was released on his own recognizance until a municipal court hear ing. It was unclear whether Gooden, who has waged a DWJGHf GOODEN well-publicized battle with alcohol and drugs, including cocaine, had an attorney. The driver of the other car, Ronald Schmidt of Franklin Lakes, said he recognized Gooden right away "I looked at him, and I knew it was Dwight Gooden," Schmidt told WABC-TV in New York. "I think he was surprised I recognized him, (and) he shook my hand." Sentence Extended For Dad 01 Reisman Winner Ingram CENTRAL ISLIP, NY -Mark Ingram Sr., a .star NFL player in the 1990s and the father of Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram Jr., was sentenced Monday to more than two additional years in federal prison for jumping bail in an attempt to see his son play in the 2009 Sugar Bowl. Ingram Sr. failed to surrender In December 2008 to begin serving a prison term of seven years and eight months after pleading guilty to money laundering and bank fraud. He'll now have to spend nearly 10 years behind bars. U.S. District Judge NOTICE OF NON DISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS The Renewing Minds International Inc School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accprded or made available to students at th6 school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational polic i es, admissions policies scholarship and loan programs, and ath l etic and other school administered programs. MARK INGRAM, JR. Thomas Platt on Long Island was nearly apologetic in imposing the additional 27 months but noted that Ingram, 44, has had a long criminal history since retir ing from the NFL. "I do this with a heavy heart," Platt told Ingram, a star receiver for the New York Giants in the 1991 Super Bowl. "You've had a remarkable career and your son has a remarkable career. It's too bad it had to end this way The younger Ingram is a star running back at Alabama and won the 2009 Heisman Trophy in Decembe r. Ingram Sr. was free on bail when he di sappeared afte r being denied a reques t to remain free until after hi s son competed in the Sugar Bowl.


Sports Melo Interested In New York In 2011il CARMELO ANTIIONY Hmm, a sign of things to come p erha ps? A day after the New York Post reported that Carmelo Anthony is on the Knicks radar for 2011 th e Nuggets lost a winnable game in New York. Anthony, who played at Syracus e and s till has a lot of family in the :\'c w York a rea, score d a game-hig h 36 points but afterward, it was clear the loss got to him. H e k e pt r e p o rt e r s waiting 40 minutes w hil e h e t ook hi s tim e in th e lock e r room a nd when h e finally did appear h e talke d about the gall of Danilo Gallinari who was tra s h-talking. However h e did provide some pr o -New York comments r ega rdin g Donnie Walsh's 2011 plan in the Post: I really don't know what s going to happe n th e next year. I don t know what s going to happ en. But I don t see why anybody wouldn' t want to play here in N e w York." Javson Williams Asks counToToss NYCDWICase JAYSON WILLIAMS NEW YORK --Former NBA star Jayson Williams had done iwthing illegal and was just sitting in his wrecked car when police arrested him on drunken-driving charges ear lier this year, a defense lawyer said Monday. The former New Jersey Nets player "had not, was not or was not about to do any act which constituted a crime," attorney Oscar Holt III wrote in urging a judge to toss out the case. Williams is serving a five year prison sentence in New Jersey after pleading guilty to aggravated assault for fatally shooting a limo driver in 2002. But the drunken-driving case remains open in Manhattan, where prosecu tors have said his blood-alco hol level was more than dou ble the legal limit after his Mercedes-Benz SUV crashed into a tree Jan. s. The Manhattan district attor ney's office had no immediate response to the papers filed Monday, saying prosecutors hadn't had time to review them. Eagles Open To Trade Offers For McNabb DO NOV AN MCNABB Donovan McNabb may be on his way out of Philadelphia after all. The Eagles hav e b ee n receptive to trade offers of late. The Eagles certainly aren' t divulging their plans, but it 's growing ever unlikely that they' ll have McNabb, Kevin Kolb, and Michael Vick by the time next month's draft is complete. Coach Andy Reid said that the team is entertaining offers for the quarterbacks; and despite his assertions after the last season that McNabb would be his guy going into the 2010 season, that doesn' t appear to be a given anymore Pats Sign Veteran IE Crumpler ALGE CRUMPLER FOXBOROUGH, Ma ss -Veteran tight end Alge Crumpler has signed a freeagent contract with New England filling a glaring hole in the Patriots offense. Terms of the contract were not disclosed Wednesday He had 27 receptions for 222 y ards and one touchdown last season for the Tennessee Titans. The 32-year-old Crumpler spent nine seasons with the Atlanta Falcons and Titans, and has started 122 of 139 regular-season games. The four-time Pro Bowl pick has 367 catches for 4,691 yards and 3 7 touchdowns. Crumpler is the onl y tight end on the Patriots roster who has appeared in an NFL game Ben Watson signed a free-agent deal with Cleveland and Chris Baker was cut before signing with Seattle. Serena Honored As 2009WTA Plaver Of The Year K E Y B I SC. \ Y E. FL -S erena \-Villiams won th e 2009 \<\1TA Tour Play e r of the Y ea r award and a l so t oo k the D oubles Team of the year h o nor with s ister Venus a t a c e r e m o n y h e ld at the Sony E ri csso n Op e n on We dnesda y Serena Williams, wear ing high h ee ls d es pit e a kn ee injury, was a ll s mil es when picking up her award. Sh e won the Australian Open and Wimbledon in 20_09, was a semifinalist at the U .S. Open and a quarterfinalist at the French Open The Williams sisters won the 2009 Australian Op e n, Wimbledon and U.S. Open doubles titles as well as the doubles crown at Stanford. SERENA WILUAMS "It' s exciting because I don't think we've won the Doubles Team of the Y ear award before," Serena Williams said I won the daily double today and that was cool." 0 :!! ---------------------------------------en m Hopkins Won't Underestimate .Jones z m r;m c: rr-z BERNARD HOPKINS vs. ROY JONES JR. MIAMI BEACH -Bernard Hopkins says he knows that Roy Jones Jr. is looking to resurrect his career by beating him again. Nearly 17 years after their first fight, Hopkins and Jones will finally have their rematch on April 3 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. Jones won the first bout and his first world title with a unanimous deci sion over Hopkins for the International Bo xing Federation middleweight belt in May 1993. "His career took off, he earned it," Hopkins said of Jones during a m,edia session and before a workout on Tuesday. He deserved it. Now 17 years fast forward, he needs his career resurrected over Bernard Hopkins' blessings. Wbile Hopkins, who turned 45 in January, appears to still have some fight left in him Jones is s-5 in his last 10 fights. Jones suffered a first-round knockout loss against Danny Green on Dec. 2 in -n Australia -the same date :II Hopkins Cso-5-1, 32 KOs) C won a lopsided decision over Enrique Ornelas in his hometown of Philadelphia. Although Green dropped Jones in the opening seconds of the fight, Jones (54-6, 40 KOs) got up, but spent most of the round lay ing on the ropes befm : e ref eree John Foster stopped the bout with 58 seconds remaining in the round. Hopkins believes that Jones' recent performance will not hurt their bout's marketability. "When I heard he got knocked out in the first round, I said, OK he got knocked down, didn' t get wait a minute. 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Entertainment last Chance To Get Your Discounted Funk Fest Tickets BABYFACE Get a free Funk Fest t-shirt with your ticket purchase this Saturday at Readeris Choice Book Store in St. Pete Frankie Beverly & Maze, Bell Biv Devoe, SWV, Doug E. Fresh and Babyface will light up. St. Pete' s Vinoy Park on Saturday May 1st. The tickets to the event are going fast, with Platinum and VIP already sold out. Local ticket outlets, including Tampa' s Boyz II Men Barber Shops and M Salon 1, St. Pete' s Reader's Choice Book Store and Against the Grain Barber Shop, and Lakeland's Studio 88 are get ting heavy traffic for what is expected to be a sold out con cert. Saturday, March 27th, Variety Entertainment will have its last discounted ticket blitz at R eader's Choice Book Store (4301 34th Street South St. P etersburg, FL 33711-4546 727-867-3696), from 12 noon6 p m. Anyone who buys a ticket will also get a free t shirt. Tickets start at $30 and will go up on April 1st. Children 10 and under are free. In case you've been wonder ing here are some Funk Fest facts: Seating is on a 1st come basis for all areas -Lawn chairs and blankets are permitted in preferred/general admissio n -No tent s, grills, umbr e llas, camcorders, food or b eve rag es allowed -Vendors will be on hand-ATM available. -This is a rain or shine event. -Platinum, VIP and. Preferred ticket holders will have designated areas There will be jumbo screens for easy viewing. Group discounts available for 40 tickets or more Doors open at 2 p.m.; show starts at 4p.m. For any additional info, please visit www.funkfestconcerts.com or call 704-510-0539. SUGEKNlGHT LOS ANGELES Los Angeles police want to talk to Suge Knight after a rapper initially accused the former Death Row Records chief of robbing him before recanting the story. Detective Jeff Briscoe says 35yea r-old Jerold Ellis, who uses the name Yukmouth, reported h e was talking to Knight on Monday night in a Woodland Hills supermarket parking lot about a debt that another rapper allegedly owes Knight. Yukmouth filed a police report saying 10 other men arrived, knocked him down and took his watch, medallion and other jewelry worth $92,000. He wasn t badly hurt and declined medical treatment. Mo'Nique Hopes Bullock, James 'Make It Work' MO'NIQUE While the official status of Sandra Bullock and Jesse James' marriage remains unknown following James' alleged affair with tell-all tat-too model Michelle 'Bombshell' McGee, Bullock's friend and fellow Oscar-winner Mo'Nique delivered a public message of support to her A-list pal. "To my sweet sister Sandra, my prayers are with you," Mo'Nique announced during an interview with Entertainment Tonight. "My prayers are also with your husband, baby. That is between the two of you and I hope ya11 make it work." Mo'Nique, who recently revealed extramarital sex wouldn't be a "deal-breaker" in her own marriage went on to state that she doesn t want to see any union "dissolve or break up. As for those with their own ideas about what's best for Bullock, the Precious star even had a message for them. Everybody else, and please quote me, mind your damn business," the actress said. Buddha Uproar Halts Ikon Show COLO lBO, SRl LANKA -R&B star Akon ha po s t pon e d a planne d concert in Sri Lanka following a ngry protests over a music video h e i s in l v here scantily clad women dance in front of a Buddha tatue. Akon who e.xpr e sed regret said he was not previously aware of the statue in the video. H e would have been the highest profile international singer to come to this predominately Buddhist, Indian Ocean island since the end of a brutal 25-year civil war last year. Sri Lanka said Wednesday it would not i ss u e Akon a visa for next month s concert, and his booking firm confirmed the show had been postponed amid growing outrage at the singer here. A mob on Monday hurled AKON stone at a privat e broad ca t r that. was h lping pon or tl1 event and a W e Hat e Akon' pag e on Face book h ad attrac t e d more than 12,000 mem b e r s b y W e dne s da y eve ning. Akon said h e was '"disheart ened" to hear of the media attack and didn' t mean to offend any religion. Oprah Wintrev senles Defamation Suit PHILADELPHIA --Oprah Winfrey has settled a defamation lawsuit filed by a headmistress she had accused of performing poorly at her South African girls school, where some students claimed they were abused, lawyers said Tuesday. The lawsuit by former headmistress Nomvuyo Mzamane claimed Winfrey defamed her in remarks made in the wake of the 2007 sexabuse scandal at the school. Mzamane said she had trouble finding a job after Winfrey stated she had lost confidence" in her and was "cleaning house from top to bottom." A trial had been set to start next week in federal court in Philadelphia. Winfrey and several schoolgirls had been OPRAH expected to testify. A joint statement released late Tuesday by lawyers for both sides said Winfrey and Mzamane met to resolve their differences. "The two parties met woman to woman without their lawyers and are happy that they could resolve this dispute peacefully to their mutual sat isfaction," the statement said. Dannv Glover Tries To Save Hugo Boss Jobs BROOKLYN, OH --Actor and activist Danny Glover has offered hugs and moral support to Cleveland-area workers at a men's suit plant that faces a shutdown next month with the loss of 375 jobs. Workers at the Hugo Boss plant in Brooklyn, Ohio, cheered as the star of the "Lethal Weapon" action movies toured the operation Tuesday. Glover later held a news conference and appealed to Germany's Hugo Boss AG to reverse its shutdown decision. Glover led a boycott of Hugo Boss formal wear at the Academy Awards earlier this month. DANNYGWVER The company says its shutdown decision stands. The company says the union representing workers rejected concessions at the plant, which it says isn't globally competitive.


Entertainment Doc Halted Jackson's CPR To Hide Drugs MICHAEL JACKSON LOS ANGELES Michael Jackson's doctor halted CPR on the dying pop star and delayed calling paramedics so he could col lect drug vials at the scene, according to documents obtained said that shed new light on the singer s chaotic final moments. The explosive allegation that Dr. Conrad Murray may have tried to hide evi dence is likely to be a focus as prosecutors move ahead with their involuntary NOUVEAU manslaughter case again s t him. The a ccount given to in vestigators b y Alberto Alvarez, Jackson's logis tics director who was s um moned to the stricken star s side as he was dying on June 25. His statement and those from two other Jackson employees also obtained by the paint a grisly scene in Jackson' s be droom. Alvarez toid investigators that he rushed to Jackson's room and saw the star lying in his bed, an IV attached to his leg Jackson's mouth was agape, eyes open and there was no sign of life. Murray worked franticall y at one point performing mouth-to-mouth resuscita tion while Alvarez took over CPR. Two of the star' s children Prince and Paris, cam e in the room and cried as they saw Murray trying to save their father. A nanny was called to usher them away and they were taken to wait outside in a vehicle. The All New Grown Folks HappvHou 5 P.M. -11 P.M. Hosted by: Adrian Wright For More Info on Happy Hour Call Corey_ @ 0 ( Abdul In Talks W"llb NBC For Dance-Themed Show PAULA ABDUL NBC may end up winning the Paula Abdul sweepstakes : The former American Idol judge is in talks with the net work about joining a big new dance-themed series the net work is putting together with Kenny Ortega ( This Is It). The Ortega project has qui etly been in the works for sev eral weeks now. The show s concept involves teams of contestants staging big, highly choreographed dance numbers spectactular spectaculars if y ou will and possibl y doing so in public spac e s Ortega, who s the d a ncing fee t behind both High S c hool Musical" and Michael Jackson's This Is It," is exec utive producing the project, which is being targeted for a possible fall debut Star Jones Recovering After cardiac suraerv Star Jones und erwe nt car diac surge r y VVednesd ay r e lat e d to rare l y -p e rform e d surge r y s h e h a d three d eca d es ago afte r d eve loping a thor acic tumor A r e pres e nt a tive for th e t e l e vision personality confirm e d the procedure. "On VVednesday March 17th a pre-planned cardiac surgery was performed on Star Jones," the statement read. "This recent surgery is a follow-up to the thoracic surgery she had 30 years ago. The procedure was successful and she is recovering well with her family. Star is grateful for everyone' s thoughts and prayers. In August 2003, Jones, 47, STAR JONES underwent gastric bypass surgery and subsequently lost 160 lbs. Her recent car diac surgery comes just days be(ore her 48th birthday on March 24 0 laden Smith Takes Action In New 'Karate Kid' en m z LAS VEGA S --Will a nd Jada Pinkett Smith's f a mil y i s getting c r ow d e d with ac ti o n h e r oes now th a t their 1 2 -year-old. son, Jaden, i s b ea tin g up o n b a d g uys. Jaden Smith s t a r s in th e title rol e o f "Th e Kara t e Kid," a r e m a k e o f th e 1984 hit in whic h h e plays a n Ameri ca n youth in China w ho ge t s a c ra s h course in m a rti a l arts fr o m a m a int e nanc e m a n (Jackie Chan) s o h e c a n d e f end himself a ga in s t a b a nd of bulli es. Th e m ovie, du e in th e at e r s June 11, screen e d W e dne s day f o r th ea t e r own e r s attending their annua l ShoW es t c onvention wh e r e Smith r e c e i ve d a n award as breakthr ou g h mal e star of the year. 'I'm very e xcited about getting awards alread y It's crazy," Smith said in an int erview. Smith said his f athe r w h o s e a c tion flick s include Hanco c k ," I A m L egend," "Inde p ende nce Day and the "Men in Black" and "Bad Boys" movi e s, w a s a fan of the original "Karate Kid" JADENSMITH and thought Jaden, who alr ea d y had s tudi e d k a r a t e, would b e the r ight gu y for 6 th e role. M y d a d h a d the id ea o f r e m a king it Jaden Smith sa id. H e' s th e on e who w as like, W e n ee d to mak e thi s movi e.'" Will and J ada Pinkett Smith w e re produce r s on "The Karat e Kid ," along wit h Jerry Weintraub, wh o produc e d th e original and i ts se qu e l s It' s v e ry scary when y ou go back and fiddl e around with a classic," Will Smith told the ShoVVe s t audience before the screening.


0 .... a: w > w 0 w :X: (/) ::::i m :J Q. z tu ..J ..J -;::, m ..J w z i= z w (/) I t a: 0 ..J LL. c( I co .... ALL MY CHILDREN Randi warn s R ya n t o b e ca r eful aro un d M a di so n ; Anni e g r o w s m o r e a nd more paranoid ; David thinks Liza could be th e a n s w e r t o his pr oble m s C o lby sets o ut to ge t th e g oo d s o n Annie ; Ryan is hot on David 's tr ail; Jack wonders if h e and Erica ca n recapture what the y had AS THE WORLD TURNS -Lily and Holden confront Faith ; Allis on help s Chris get in touch with his sensitive side. Parker question s Craig about his trust fund ; Dusty thre atens Rocco ; Lily c a tches Faith red-handed. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Eric suffers backlash from Donna ; Taylor realizes that she s failing Whip s test; Donna runs to Katie for support but finds Bill instead ; Eric kisses Stephanie while telling her about his fight with Donna. Taylor makes a realization about her relationship with Whip; Aggie hints to Nick that Bridget has done something wrong ; Bridget's guilt begins to get the best of her; Brooke and Ridge leave Cafe Russe for the last time. DAYS OF OUR LIVFS-Vivian has it out with Bo and Carly ; Adrienne realizes that Justin is in love with Hope; Brady insists that he !itiU wants to marry Arianna; EJ learns the damage control Anna has done and does some himself with Rafe and Sami. Nicole tries to derail Brady; Will confides to Kate that Mia was two-timing him; Rafe questions EJ about Anna; Stefano is shocked to learn that Anna kidnapped Sydney; Mia tells Chad that she broke up with Will GENERAL HOSPITAL-Michael is certain that Kiefer attacked Kristina; Sonny decides to let Ethan live for the time being; Lucky tries to give Ethan insight into Luke Claire overhears Sonny s murderous tirade against Ethan; Johnny clashes with Dante; Luke implores Kristina to tell the truth. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Natalie finds herself in the middle of a situation that she must keep from John; Starr questions whether her best friend is telling her the truth; Kelly receives another cryptic call. Schuyler rums the rabies on :Mitch; someone eise gets in the way of Aliison s pian; john is worried about both of the women in his life. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Gloria sets up a blind date for Kevin; Tucker makes an an nouncement about the future of Jabot. Adam discovers the truth about Emily"; Chance surprises Chloe in New York City. HOROSCOPES TO DAY'S BIRTHDAY--Work closely with one or more partners this year to achieve creative goals. It could be a household remodeling or the launch of a new enterprise. Imagination is an essential ingre dient that fuels your purpose and brightens even the most difficult hour. ARIES (March 21-April19)-Although your efforts seem to move slowly, forward progress is steady. You'll have time for recreation later in the day, when you receive an interesting invitation. TAURUS (April2o-May 20) Use your imagination to solve a household dilemma. Different gen ders have different agendas. That s OK. GEMINI (May 21-June 21)-You need to talk. Keeping your feelings secret doesn't work. Friends provide inspirational answers once you've asked the questions. CANCER (June 22-July 22)-The left hand doesn't know what the right hand's doing. This actually works out, because logic tells you to wait for more information LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Half of your attention is focused on the weekend But there's still work to do, come on back to the immediate environment. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You wake up early with a fabulous idea. Explaining it to associates is easier than you expected. They like your logic. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Take an extended timeout. Associates need time to digest your ideas. Later, they come back with alterations and improvements. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -If you put your heart into your career now, you'll see possibilities that pique your interest. No idea is too extreme SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Today can turn out really well if you follow a few basic sug g estions. First do what you want Second take a friend along for the ride. ...,....,. ... ,,......,. ... T T ... T 1 ol 0 rol 0 1 o 1 \I.J'CO.:. o:;o:;-,utu. J.';J) -nuvv yuu It: 111 Lilt: ::OVVllll'o Ul lllllll'o'>o llldl\.111!> :>Lt:duy plU!>lt::>:> There s no need to push. This train is already moving down the track. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Everything you do today goes smoothly because you appreciate the unique perspectives of others. Vistas open up when you listen before taking action. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)-You get a lot more done today than you thought possible. You're right on target with practical advice to help solve a peculiar problem. HONEY, I WAS THINKJN6 A80tJT 6ETTIN6 A SECOND JOB. I FI6UREO THAT WE COULD use THE EXTRA MONEY. BESIDES, IT'IJ. GIVE ME SOM&THJNe TO 00 IN FReE TIME. BUT THAT WOULD CUT INTO OlR COl.IPI.H TIM!. MOYlE REVIEWS Diary Of A Wimpy Kid-Not r eally impr on e ... d e fin a t ely wait for th e v id eo. [ ] Alice In Wonderland -Ali ce r eturn to wond rland a a te e nag e r to find out sh e ha s to s lay th e qu n. Tim Burton s fantas y film ma y be too dark for kids. Mad e $116M! (***] Brooklyn Finest-Director Antione Fuqua (Training Day, The Shooter) puts together this police drama starring Don Richard Gere and Wesley Snipes. (***] Cop Out-Bruce Willis and Tracey Morgan team up in this police buddy movie. Pretty funny. Enjoyed it! (*** 1/2] The Crazies-A virus turns the locals into murderous ma niacs. Chaos at the highest level. [ 1/2] Shutter Island-A Martin Scorsese's horror movie about aU. S. Marshall (Lenardo DeCaprio) investigating a mental institution. Worth Seeing. [****] Valentine's Day-A comedy/drama starring many stars including Jamie Foxx that is surprisingly good. ( **1/2] Wolfman The wolfman gets busy on the locals. Not for kids. Nice twist at the end! (*** 1/2] Percy Jackson and The Olympians Nice special ef fects. Kids will love this movie. [*** 1/2] From Paris With Love -John Travolta with his new bald look and goatee, is a perfect match for this action packed, fun filled movie. Don't miss this one, it's really good. (*** 1/2] Edge of Darkness Mel Gibson stars in this conspiracy thriller about a detective whose daughter is murdered by an assasin. You know what happens next ... [***] Tooth Fairy-Dwayne "The Rock Johnson plays a hockey RAT N ****Very Good I ***-Good I **Average I *Wait For Video WRiU: iCOMFOIT 820 I. IUSCB ILVD. TAMPA,FL96U TIME: 9PM m 2AII a4PD_) l PIIml : IIIIII.M lltttUii


.., Funerals : -------------MR.. NATHANIEL BAILEY Homegoing services for Mr. Nathaniel Bailey of 8306 N. 39th Street., who passed away, be held on Saturday, 27, 2010, at 11 a.m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. L. King, Jr. Blvd., L. Jackson, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Park Cemetery. Nathaniel Bailey was born November 6, 1943, in Tampa. He graduated from Sr. High School. He worked as a truck driver with Garrison Glass and retired after more than 38 years of service. He enjoyed playing cards (spades) and dominoes. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Gladys Bailey McBride; brother, Michael A. McBride; sister, Bertha Randolph; nephew, Harvey J. Bai-, ley; aunt, Lily Mae Stevenson; cousins, Johnnie L. Stevenson, Sandra Stevenson, Michael Stevenson and Ronald Thompson. He leaves to cherish his mem-. ories: sons, Nathaniel Bailey and Trent en N. Bailey; brothers, Joseph McBride, Rudolph Mc.Bride (Nettie), Edgar Randolph, L. Randolph, Sr. and Anthony D. sisters, Betty J. Bailey and Deborah V. (Goldie); nephews, C. Bailey, L. Randolph, Jr., Damian Randolph, Chavez L. Pownell, Pickens, Rodney Reed, Demarcus Pickens, Brandon Pickens, ChavezJ. Pownell, Jerell Cargill, Avant Pownell, Khyree Baines, DeShaun G. Oscar Figueroa and Giovanni McBride; nieces, Joanne Bailey, Tamika Kinyada Morgan (Albert), Tasha N. Mingo, Lily M. McBride, DeVonnia C. Ashanti I. Ashley McBride, Botavia Pownell, Kiani DyQueshia Pownell, Quess Pickens, Nadia Morgan, Destiny Pickens, Roberta Morgan, Eyanna McBride, Pickens and Jayla Pickens; cousins, Annie Bell Stevenson, Herbert Stevenson, Barbara Stevenson, Charles Bivens, Peter Britt, Jerome Alexander, Carolyn Smith, Patricia Alexander, Cynthia Jeri Reynolds, Carolyn Stevenson and Nitika Kilpatrick (Timothy); a host of other relatives and friends and neighbors. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, March 26, 2010, evening from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are as.ked to meet at the chapel for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net MR. KELLY BEST, SR. Homegoing services for Kelly Best, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away March 21, 2010, will be held on Saturday, 27, 2010, at 11 a. m., at 34th Street Church of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Park Cemetery. Kelly was born in Tampa, the son 'of Charlie and Ella Best, who preceded him in death. He was known as "The Legend" because of his tennis skills and was regarded as one of the greatest tennis players ever to play on the tennis courts in Florida. Long before tennis was popular amongst African Americans, Kelly stood alone in the sport. Kelly was proud to have won over So tournaments in Florida, including the Daytona Beach Open, Ft. Lauderdale Open, Jacksonville Open and Tri-County Championship; and he remained the Florida State Champion for many years. A pioneer in the sport, Kelly was the first African American to play at the Davis Island Tennis Club. He laid the foundation and inspired his admirers to play the game oftennis. He was also an avid fisherman and was highly proficient at table tennis. Kelly was a veteran of the Korean and enjoyed a lengthy career with Busch Gardens and Adventure Island. He is survived by: a loving, devoted and caring wife of 59 years, Mary; children, Gwen Kelly Best, Jr. (Ann), and Kyle; grandchildren, Yolanda, Michelle, Latonya and Andria Demetrius Smith, Sr., Dale, Sr., DeVaughn, Sr., Leon, Leonte, DeVaughn, Jr., Emone, DeSean and Dale Reed, Jr.; great grandchildren, Demetrius Smith, Jr.,-Avalya Daydria and Jhareese of Clinton, Utah, Shariah Lestrick, Tayvius and Alayjah Mejia, all of Layton, Utah; brothers, Johnnie Best and David Best (Deannie); sisters, Charlie Mae Mathis, Doris Tolliver and Vernell Best Clovesko (Joseph), Cleveland, Ohio; nieces, Kathleen Ransom, Betty Gaines (Dave), Olivia Mathis, Atlanta, GA, Lyndia Mathis-Hill (Audley), Jewel Best-Jordan (Henry), Davina Best, Bonita Best Coppage (Kieth), DC, Ursula Best, Carrie Best (Lanier), Candice Best, Edgefield, SC, Ellen Tolliver, Tolliver, Cleveland, Ohio, and Darlene Best; nephews, Dan Mathis, Jr. (Salithia), Lawrence Mathis (Charlotte), Nathan Best, Jr., Lester Best (Yolanda), Rashad Saleem (Debbie), Cleveland, Ohio, Tray, Bryan, and Brandon Best, all of Edgefield, SC, Johnnie Best, Jr., Vincent Best (Lenora), Cincinnati, Ohio, Johan Best, Joseph Best, Jr. (Karlicha), Columbus, SC; cousins, Robert (Carolyn), Freddie Mae Reaves, and Ruth Shelton, San Francisco, CA ; sister-in-law, Lula Best, Edgefield, SC; special friends, Willie Lomas and Floyd Burns; and a host of gre t niece ....... nephew cousin r mily 3: friends. > The viewing will be held at JJ Aikens Funeral Home on Friday (") from 5-8 p. m. T h e family will :I: recei e friends from 5:30-6:30 "-> p.m. T h e family and friends are asked t o meet at the church on _. Saturday for the e r v ice at 0 10:45a. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HO!'tiE www.aikensfuneralbome.net MRS. SUSIE HESTER BURNEY Homegoing services for Mrs. Susie Hester Burney of 2606 E. Emma Street, who passed away Sunday, March 21, 2010, will pe held Saturday, March 27, 2010, at 2 p. m. at New Salem Primitive Baptist Church, 1605 N. Nebraska Ave., Elder Theodis Lane, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Susie Hester Burney was born on July 26, 1927, in Leon County, to the late Peter Hester and Mary Nicolson Hester. She was united in wedlock to the late Albert C. Burney. To this union, one bouncing baby boy and three beautiful princesses were born. She was employed and retired from many years of service as a domestic worker. She was known for her warm smile, caring, supportive and generous spirit. She possessed a quiet, humble spirit and was well loved by those who knew her. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, reading the word and spending time with family. Prior to becoming ill, she was an active member of the Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church for so+ years under the leadership of the late Rev. Scott. She participated in several auxiliaries including, Sunday. School Teacher, Bible Training Union Secretary and Treasurer, and for many years, looked forward to assisting with the youth for Vacation Bible StUdy. She is preceded in death by her spouse, Albert C. Burney. She leaves to cherish her memory: children, Clifford E. Knight, Dorothy Hawkins (Carl), Cathryn Hicks (John), Cynthia A Burney, Anne ..Billings (stepdaughter), Demetrius Hawkins (Betsa), Carl Hawkins (Bernice), Ion Hawkins, Robert Bivens, III and Reginald Knight; 'grandchildren, Kelly Beal (Michael), Ronald North (Nefertiti), Keysia Smith (Jamie), and Kisiah (Phillip); great grandchildren, Albert J, Freeman, Angalique Ronnie Baker, Jr., and Taliyah S. Freeman; brother, Napoleon Hester (Mozelle); sister, Maggie Sims; and a host of nieces, nephews, -cousins, other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The family and friends are SISTER GRACE ARETHA CLAYTON WISE Homegoing services for Sister Grace Aretha Clayton of 3805 E. Chelsea Street, who passed away on Sunday, 21, 2010, will be held Satu-:day, March 27, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Bro. Eric Atterberry, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Grace was born November 17 1925, in Vienna, Georgia. She attended the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Sister Wise was employed at Singleton's Seafood and Home Care for children. She worked very hard in the community as well as the Kingdom Hall. Sister Wise was preceded in death by: her husband, Oscar J. son, parents, Tommy Clayton and Laura Ross; and one brother, Bernie Clayton. Those left to cherish her memories are: 2 sons, Oscar J. Jr. and Eddie J. (Cynthia); 2 daughters, Katie Hutchinson and Ela Fortilus (Jacques); grandchildren, Jael {Terry), Kenyatta (Chris), Lil Eddie, Jacques, Jr., Travis, esley, Kendall and J great grandchildren, Derrick, Jr., Jocelyn, Jazymne, Jermiah and Jacques, III; cousins, Eva Barnes and Columbus Siplin; sisters-in-law, Margaret and family, Annie Mary and family, Serena Jones and family, and Betty and family; extended family and friends, Eunice Massey, Lillian Fuller, Jeneva Stephenson, Lori Malatt, Dorothy Robinson and family, Mr. and Mr, ; Jean Baptist and family, family, Thalia Thomas and family, Josephine Bridges, Ms. May, Hidelberth Neal and family, Lashawn Brown and family, Gloria Mitchell and family, Ashley Harper, Twanda Vann and family, Twanda Robinson and family; Velasco Jeanett, Life Path Hospice-Indigo Team, and many others. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, March 26, 2010, from 4-8 p. m The family will receive friends from 4-5 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL www.aikepsfuneralhome.pet MR. WILLIE CAUSEY, JR., a.k.a., BIG WILLIE/BUDDY Homegoing services for Bro. of 3407 E. Frierson Avenue, who passed away at a local hospital, will be held Saturday, March 27, 2010, at t p. m. at Good News Baptist Church, .located at 2324 N J e f ferson St., Rev. Dr. E. C. Kelly, pastor, officiating. Burial site will be Orange Hill Cemetery. Bro. Willie Causey was born September 8 1928, in Silas, AL. .., He was the son of the late rand Mary Causey. He attended 0 Shady Grove School, and h e re-:0 ceived Christ at Shady Grove C Baptis t Church. )It He was preceded in death by: C/) his parents, and Mnry m Causey; 2 sisters, Bnby Josephine Causey and Annie z Kate Causey-Murphy and hus-m band, Murphy; Ha-r; trowe Causey, A. J. Causey and aJ wife, Ethel Causey, L. C. Causey C: and James Causey; and 3 J= nephews, Glen Causey, m Murphy, Jr. and Thomas ::! Causey. Z Bro. Causey leaves to cherish "tt fond memories: wife, Alice C: Causey; loving and devoted al sons, Frank Causey and Ray-mond Causey (Brenda); loving :::r:: daughters, caregiver and his m everything, Inell (Dar-C rell) and Tabitha Jones (Gil), all m of Tampa; grandson, Darrell < Jr.; 4 granddaugh-ters, Tamika Causey, Twanda -< Barton (Jason), Shawnda -t Wooden and Ebony Causey and C: mother, Josephine Everett, all, m o{Tampa; 2 sisters, Betty Lovett (Pete), Crestview, FL, and Min-)> nie Clark (Henry), 2 < brothers, Jeff Causey (Mae) and )It Sam Causey (Debra); 8 sisters-Z in-law, Nell Rea Causey, Jackie C Causey of Tampa, Grace Jack-.., son of Georgia, Bertha C Estella :!( Beatrice Pauley (Ollis) of Alabama, Judy Parrish (Alex) of Indiana, and Dorthy Causey of Georgia; brother-in-law, Cecil Powe (Yvonne), Alabama; great grandchildren, Demonterio, Nadia and Eddie Harris, Darrell, Michael, Tyree and Miyani Jason Harlow, Nalani Barton and Imani all of Tampa; 2 uncles, Ruben Grew (Irene), of Alabama; 2 aunts, Elouise Philon and Carrie of AL; devoted companion for many years, Chattie Lee Martin and children; special nieces, Robin Napier, Linda and Mary Ray of Alabama: special nephews, Tommy Lovett, Jr. of Crestview and Edward of Alabama; devoted friend, Ruth Thomas; a host of nieces and nephews; special families, o family, Barton family, :P Larry and Denise Chiids, Sail ins G> family, Stevens family, Castillo m _. u:> Continued on page 20-A )>


Funerals/Memoriam 1.0 j Continued from page 1 I family, Rev. Earl Kelly and the entire Good News Baptist Church family. u a: ..... > a: LLJ > LLJ c LLJ (/) :::::i m ::::> a. z tu ...J ...J ::::> m ..:.. w z t= z w (/) . Anthony was born on Octobe 1 19 1970, in Tampa, to the union of Mr. Clifford Clarence Wulker and Mrs Viola Edith CollinsWulker. Anthony attended various schools, where he earned his high school degree. Upon completing high school, Anthony received training in the electrical field. On March 22, 2003, Anthony married Jacqulyn Dawes of Bradenton, FL, and began his new life with his wife and stepchildren. Anthony was a loyal and dedicated member o the Badcoek family, where he worked for more than 31h years. Anthony was also a business man and owned various companies. He leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Mrs. Viola Edith Collins-Walker; wife, Jacqulyn Dawes-Walker; stepdaughters, Shawenhitney and Shaquondra; stepson; Willie Walker; two sisters, Patricia Walker and Valerie Walker; aunts, Ms. Leola Collins and Mrs. Inez Lumpkins; nephews, John Cogsden Jerry Lowman, Jr., Duran Walker, Deshawntae Walker, Eomite Bentley; nieces, Lakeshua Wynn, Camilla Lowman, Andrea Hill, Tanda Lowman, Nikki Cogsdell, Durshawnda Walker; great nieces and great nephews,. Isabel, Isaac, Isaiah, Karla and Matthew; cousins, Silvia Lumpkins and family, Shannon Collins and family, Donald McNabb, Johnny Watt and family, Rosalind McDuffie and family, Pamela McDuffie, the late Gloria Goodwine and family, Alberta Watts and family, Theresa Welch and family, Alvin Bunch and family, and Yvonne Roebuck and family; special. friends, Derrick and Maurice Harris, Lomax; and a host of cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose on Friday, March 26, 2010, from 6-8 p. m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, 33610. Family on page I


fcontJnuedtrompage20-A I HAPPY IN MEMORY OF 3: andfrie-ndsareaskedtoassem-BIRTHDAY! A LOVING SON bleat the church at 12:45 p. m 0 Arrangements entrusted to :C Stone' s Memorial Funeral I\) Rom.e. Edward W. St.one, Jr., L ,51) I\) "AFANNlEB.STONE 0 TRADITIONAL SERVICE" c; Wilson MS. PERNEL WINSOME McFARLANE Homegoing service for Ms. Pernel Winsome McFarlane of Tampa, who passed away Monday, March 15, 2010, will be held Tuesday, March 30, 2010, at 10 a. m. at Faith Outreach Center, 7607 Sheldon Road, Tampa, 33615, with Pastor Dr. George Walters, officiating. Interment will be made on Saturday, April 3, 2010, in Lethe District Hanover, Jamaica, W. I. Ms. McFarlane was preceded in death by her father, Stanley McFarlane. Pernel is survived by: her mother, Ida Williams of Lethe Hanover, Jamaica; her nine children, Douglas Ellis, Paul Barrett, Gilmore Barrett, Suzette V. Barrett, Lavern Barrett, Nicol A. Dottin, Carlington C. Gayle, Barrenton L. Gayle and Ashford C. Watson; thirty one grandchildren and three great grandchildren; three sisters and three brothers; several nieces, nephews and friends. Pernel will be sadly missed by everyone, especially her beautiful smile and her quiet way of sharing with others. Pernel was born in Hanover, Jamaica, on July 7 1946. She was a graduate of Woodland All Age School in Jamaica. While living in Jamaica, she worked at Sea Wing Hotel for many years and cared for the elderly. In 1991 Pernel migrated to Nassau, Bahamas, and later to Miami, where she became a United States citizen in 2007 While living in Florida, she worked as a Home Health Aide until the time of her illness. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m. and the fantily will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Monday, March 29, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 9:45 a. m., Tuesday. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wiJson-funeralhome.com CRISIS SISTERLULA MAEWINT Funeral service for Sister Lula Mae Wint of Tampa, who passed away in a local hospital on Tuesday, March 23, 2010, will be held Saturday, March 27, 2010, at 11 a. in. at St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church, 3708 E. Lake Avenue, with the pastor Rev. W. D. Sims, officiating. Interment will follow in Hillsboro Memorial Gardens. Sister Wint was preceded in death by: her mother, Irene Bell; father, Louis Young; 2 sisters, Alice Bailey and Mamie James; brother, James Young; and niece, Barbara Herring. She leaves to cherish memories of her: husband, Leonard Wint; son, Charles J. Thomas of Amsterdam, Holland; 3 grandchildren, Shauna Thomas of San Francisco, CA Cristful Thomas of Uppsala, Sweden and Crist Thomas of Amsterdam, Holland; aunt, AI meta Edward of Williston, FL; 2 nieces, Felice and Felicite Young, both of Tampa; 4 nephews, Willie J. Bailey, Robert Bailey, James Young and Louis Young; step-daughter, Merea Wint; 3 step-grandchildren, Marvin, Kameal.and ; 6 grand nieces and grand nephews; 5 sisters-in-law, Mary Young of Tampa, Margaret Wint, Hazel Wint, Keturah Wint and Mavis Hassup, all of Wisco.nsin; brother-in-law, George Wint of Wisconsin; George Herring of Tampa; a host of cousins and other relatives and friends. A native of Inverness, Florida Sister Wint had resided in the Tampa area for a number of years. She was a faithful member of St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church, where she was the President of the #2 Usher Board and she also sang in the choir. Sister Wint was a former employee of the James A. Haley V. A. Hospital. The remains will repose on Friday, March 26, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends in the chapel fron;t 6-7 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the. church on Saturday at approximately 10:45 a. m. A WILSON SERVICE" JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD N. 40th .... SGT. EPHRIAM RANSOM, SR. March 25, 1941 -December 12, 2003 "Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good. His love endures forever." You are loved and missed! Mother, Carrie Ransom, Omega and AJ, Pauline, Beta, Sophia, Jimmy, Alpha, Cleave, Ephriam, Jr., Sharon, Valerie, Mario, Ebony, Matthew, David and Fantily. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM FRANCINA 'BIG MAMA' STEVENS Happy birthday Big Mama! We love and miss you so much!! You will forever be in our hearts!! BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM WILLIE MAE SINGLETARY March 31, 1931-February 10, 2010 Happy Birthday Mama! It has only been a month and a half since God took you home to celebrate with him. We lov e you and miss you. Love Debra, children and grandchildren. We would als o like to thank all of you for your heartfelt prayers, cards, phone calls and flowers during our time of loss. May God bless you for being there for our farilily. The fantily. KEVIN HARRIS 5/27/90-3/28/09 It's been a year since God culled you home lo join Him. 1 can only be al peace because I know you don't huve tn deal with pain unymore. There is not u duy thut goes by thut I don't thmk of you, lm1ss you so much Kev. I love youu11CIIum glad God let me hnvc memories to cherish and keep in my heurt forever. R.I.P. Love, Mom. no sorrow that heaven can not heal.' J:tve LJg ImSons k ronsiJer Wilson tuneralllome: your We can' t afford to provide anything less Lhan impeccable service, or to leave you with less than the best impression possibl e 2 You're not just our client, you're our boss. We don't lose sight o f who we're working f o r After 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 resped your budget. 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a pan of this community e supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. 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Memoriams/Card of Thanks N z () a: <( > <( c a: u.. c a: u.. c z <( c en w :;) > a: w > w c w z en :J m :;) D. z ti ..1 ..1 :;) m I ..1 w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ..1 u.. <( I N N w C!J IN LOVING MEMORY ESSIE WALKER 1902-1990 EUGENE WALKER 1933-1989 CHARLIE WALKER 1929-1995 ARTHURSOARREY 1919 -1962 ANTONIO C. SMITH 1962-2005 The Walker, Daniels Kelley and Soarrey families. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ORETHAJ. CHATMAN 3/30/52-9/29/09 It's only been 6 months since you've been gone, but it still feels like yesterday._ You are truly missed and we will honor you on your day. Happy 58th birthday, Mal Loving yon always, Jasmine, Joey, Ron, Steve, Ashley, Jawuan, Dowuan, Jamariah, Joey, Joi and the rest of the fam-il y. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM NANNIE M. PITTMAN JONES 3-29-28 Time will never e .rase the love and memory of you and your loving smile. It's been three years since the Lord called you home to be with Him. We miss you and wish you a happy birthday. From, siblings and family. IN MEMORIAM MATTIE 'PERKINS' SHIGGS August 3, 1934 -March 26, 2007 PSALM 91:11, "For He shall give His angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways." Not a day goes by without thoughts of you. We miss and love you dearly!!! A virtuous wonuurindeed! II! From, the Shiggs family. IN LOVING MEMORY OFMY HUSBAND RAYMOND NEAL Surnuise:1oj26/55 Sunset: 3/25/07 Raymond, I never knew life could be so hard without you. I really do miss the love that we shared. When God made you, he broke the mold. Because you really did take care of your family. In all our hearts you occupy a special place. Bnt God always takes the best first. Love always: your Cheryl and kids and grandkids. My Number One Man. IN LOVING MEMORY WINIFRED CARTER WHIGHAM 'GRAND LADY' Sunrise: AprilS, 1939 Sunset: March 28, 2009 We knew neither the day nor the hour, not even our last moment with her. But we thank the Lord for the precious moments of joy and love stored away in our hearts and memories We love and miss her. From, her children, daughter, Harriett (Clyde); son, Andrew (Deardra); grandchildren, Gavin, Lil Drew and Carrington; sisters, Mary (Curtis), Beverly (Curtis) and Ramona. MEMORIAM SEBASTIAN L. BROWN 'SABO' Sunrise: 3/22/1963 Sunset: 2j16j2oo8 In memory of you on your 47th birthday, March 22, 2010. Happy birthday, it's been two years and two months since God called you home to be with Hlm. Sebastian L. Brown "Sabo," I miss you so much. There ls not a day that goes by I don't think of you. I miss all the activities and quiet times we shared together. One day I hope we will meet again sitting around the throne with God in that great city called Heaven. I love you always. Your father, Richard L. Pearson, Ona, Kamau and Lil Richard. WE APPRECIATE YOU The family of the late Sister Flora M. Holland would like to thank you for the telephone calls cards of condolence, food, visits and floral arrangements received during our tinte of bereavement. Specia:l thanks to: Wilson Funeral Home, Spring Hill M. B. Church Family, 34th Street COG Family, First Baptist Church of College Hill, Northview Hills Civic Association, TA and TMAcDelta Sigma Theta, Inc., NCNW-TMS, TLOD, Inc.TB/WCF and Area IV, RAP, and Unity Chapter #164 OES. The Holland and Cottman Family. SISTER FLORA HOLLAND "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for (813) 248-1921


Crime Man Who Brutallv Beat Mom Arrested TERENCE KING Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested a man on an attempted second-degree murder charge Thursday morning. Deputies report that at 5:30 a.m., they responded to a domestic call in the 1200 block of Dragon Head Drive in Valrico. Wh e n they arrived, they found J oni King, 46, with seve r e cuts to h e r h ea d, bod y and one eye that was severely injured. Fire R esc ue r es pond e d to the scene and transported her to a local hospital. A s ub seq u ent inv estigation r evea l ed that King and her son, Terence King, 26, got into a verbal argument th"t escalated to the point that he allegedly grabbed ceramic floor tiles and struck her on the head and body. According to the victim, the argument started after she confronted him about his drug use. Tampa General Hospital spokesperson, Ellen Fiss, said Joni King is in serious condition and heavily sedat ed at this time. warrant Dismissed On Sexual Banerv suspect Family members and friends of Steven Hadden were shocked when they discovered a warrant had been issued for his arrest on a sexual battery charge. Hadden, who had repeatedly said he was innocent, reported that the warrant had been dismissed, saving him and his family embarrassment and a lengthy court trial. According to local and state arrest records, Hadden has no prior arrest history. 5006 E. BROADWAY AVE. TAMPA, FL 33619 PHONE: 813-300-9107 STATE & FEDERAL BONDS PRIVATE GPS Teenager Arrested For Killing Pregnant Woman LARRY REID ANASTASIA BOYD ST. PETERSBURG -St. Petersburg Polic e r eport th at during a dispute over their unborn child, Larry Reid, 18 allegedly shot and killed 25-year-old Anastasia Boyd Wednesday morning According to police reports, Boyd was 4 months pregnant when the coupled got into an argument around 10:30 a.m. at a residence where Reid was staying on Anastasia Way South. Police questioned several people who were at the home at the time of the shoot ing. Police said a relative of Reid had been told that Boyd had shot herself in the chest. The initial emergency call suggested the shooting was self-inflicted and possibly accidental. However, police later dis covered that Reid had fired the fatal shot during the argument. He was arrested on a charge of second-degree mur der. Boyd's two children are now in the care of their grandmother. FREDDIE WILSON Bail Agent THANKS TO ALL MY CLIENTS & FRIENDS FOR YOUR CONTINUED LOYALTY & TRUST SERVING: TAMPA MIAMI NEW YORK GEORGIA LOS ANGELES AND MANY CITIES IN FLORIDA John -': 16 -For God so loYed the world that He !!liVe his only begotten Son, that whosoever in him should not perish. but eveil'asting life. warrants Issued For Couple In Auto Theft Spree Tampa Polic e d e tectives are asking for h e lp in locating two s u s pect s \ vanted for d ea lin g in s tol e n prop erty a nd d e fraud ing a p a wnbrok er. Both hav e active warrants Police said on March 1 2010, Michael Nelson, 23, an d Brittany Gray, 19, were seen driving a vehicle that was reportedly stolen out of Lakeland. They allegedly pawned a set of golf clubs that were inside the vehicle at Value Pawn, 1502 East Hillsborough Avenue. Detectives believe the couple MICHAEL NELSON BRriTANY GRAY ha s been involved in severa l auto theft s in Hillsborou g h Pin e llas and Polk counties. Anyone with information about these suspects is asked to call crime stoppers at 1-800-873 TIPS. Student Hits Bus Window With BB Police said he admitted shooting the BB gun at the bus, but claimed he was aiming at something e lse and did not intend to s hoot JIMMY MCCRAY at the bus The BB gun was later recovered. The student who fired the 0 )> 0 ::::1: I\) 0) I\) 0 0 ST. PETERSBURG At 7:55 a .m., St. Petersburg police received a call of a shot heard in the area of 21st Avenue, South and 19th Street, South. The caller reported that a school bus driver had picked up a child in the area when a "pop" was heard. There were eight stu dents on the bus at the time but no one was injured. They lat e r found a small hole in one of the bus windows and described it as a BB sized hole. Officers on the scene r eport ed that a student had shot a BB gun at the school bu s. Police d etained the student and he was interviewed. BB gun was lat er ide ntified as 15-year-old Jimmy L. ;g McCray. He was charged with throwing a deadly missile en and a probation violation on ffi the same charged that also 0 involved a sc hool bus. Police Respond To Call Of Brothers Plavinu With Tov Gun m < m -4 c: m en 0 )> z 0 ST. PETERSBURG On Wednesday, two separate incidents kept St. Petersburg Police busy. juveniles who turned out to be brothers, one 10 and the 12 years old. -< At 7:48 a.m., police received a call of a man with a gun at 26th Avenue, South and 16th Street, South. The caller described a Black male 9 years old at the bus stop and another juvenile at the same loca tion trying to take a gun way from him. Police interviewed the twc;> Police .said the brothers admitted they were playing cops and robbers with a plas tic toy gun at the bus stop. They left the toy gun at a friend's house near the bus stop before they got on the bus to go to school. The plas tic toy gun was found and no charges were filed in the inci dent. 500 REWARD! 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAV .MARCH26.2010 B Brown Memorial Church Ot-Gl ----Christ The or were held"' Juris d ictio nal H ea dquarters, Brown M e morial Church o f G od in Christ wh e re Bishop Matthew Williams1i th e pa s tor and J uris dictio n a l Pre l a te. A mu s ical program on February 20th opened th e services The hig hlight of the week was th e service on b y The Charle.."t E Blnkc, Sr., Chief Apostle, Pr esi d ing Bis h op, Church of God i n C hrist. l t-CII <-:.el ll '/' Also, th e Official Message by Bishop Matthew Williams on S un day, February 28, 2010, was a n a n t ic ted eve nt,..-(Photos b y Street s and Street s Photography, George Streets) Host, Jurisdictional Prelate, Bishop Matthew Williams, left, with the Wednesday evening speaker, Chief Apostle Charles E. Blake, Sr. Jasmine Jones, Gloria Jones, Phyllis Wicker, and Jayson Caine s at one of the services making sure everyone gets registered. Supervisor Connie Brown, Ceril Otis, Mrs. Mitchell Davis; Jr., and Gwendolyn Walker. Supt. Jesse Smalley, Supt. Mitche ll D a vi s Bi shop Matthew \V illi a ms, and Supt. A P. C onage. Mother Alberta Baker was the Friday night speaker. Denise Williams enjoying the speec\1 by Bishop Williams. Dr. Doreathea J. Fields and Dollie Simmons Reed at one of the services. Cornelius Fowler assistin g with the photography Pastors shown here are Pastor Roosevelt Watkins, Pastor Craig Smalley, Pastor Charles Davis and Pastor Willie Fowler. Vivian Nealy, Cassandra Nealy and Brooke Sumlar. Carrie Williams and Chloe King enjoying the service. Elder Freddie Flucker and Sis Dorothy Flucke r attended the services.


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You Have To Work For It There are people in the community who are experi encing a lot of things Some are dealing with unemploy ment; others are coping with the death of a loved one. As you look around there are individuals struggling in rela-ionships while there are some trying to find one to be in. Life just brings on so many challenges. No matter what the challenge, God has a solution and a plan. If you want to be blessed and recover from the misfor tunes of yesterday you must be willing and obedient to God's plan, The lesson this C week selected from Ruth a: 2:5-12; 3:9-11 demonstrates one of the methods God uses z to restore what has been lost < and bless you With more than enough. C This lesson is truly a ffi Lifetime Original". Before going into the week's scripture, it is important to note that they have moved back to Judah. Judah is a place of W praise. If you want to be 0 resto red you must get back to a place of praise regardless of yqur situation Pay attention to all the lessons :God reveals in this a. lesson. He teaches about being an qutsider and fitting lij in. God how to survive :J !eel like ,YOU are ::l down to nothing, but yet 'Jil there is much to be harvested. uj Just in case you are looking z for a spouse .or trying to be i= found by one, this story has a z w en When they returned to Judah they had a plan. They a: had a plan that God would 0 Ca.use to come to pass. When Li they returned it was harvest time (vs. 1:22). God will put you in the right place at the right season. But in order to take advantage of the oppor tunity you must do the right thing She decided to go and WORK in his field, hope to catch his attention and find favor in his eyes (vs. 2:2). For whatever her ultimate goal was, she put herself in position. She demonstrated that she was not afraid to work for what she wanted. She was not going to devalue herself but she was going to show that she was going to be an asset and not a liability. There are many people who sit next to the field thinking that the harvest should just come to them. There are many people who are in need of a job, but who are sitting next to the field. God has positioned you in a place and a market to work; you just have to get out in the field You are not going out there to stay forever: You are just positioning yourself to get noticed. I call it "Hiding to be Found". If God has put you in a partfcular place or surrounded you by certain peo ple, then HE l.alows that there is a provision for you there but you must be willing to work. When they inquired of her as to why she was there, she told them to work (vs. 7). She was not looking fo r a handout. She was not looking for community assistance or welfare. She was willing to work ifthey were going to provide her with an opportu nity. She chose to work in a field. She chose to work in the heat. She didn't mind going home smelling "earthy". If you are going to take advantage of the situation you are pre se nted \\ith and get a::; much out of the harvest as you can, you are going to haw to put some work in. You are going to have to get down and dirty. You live in a place where there are oak trees. On those oak trees are leaves that fall to the ground. If you are unemployed and need work ; all those leaves are on the ground there for you. Boaz instructed Ruth not to go and glean in another field nor leave from where she is (vs. 8). When God puts you in a place HE wants you to remain there He has already made provisions for y ou He knows what you need and how much y ou need. There is a plan for you and you have to be willing, obedient, and patient to see it come to pass. God knows and understands that the world can be a cruel place. Often times it shows no compassion or care for strangers or the poor This story shows that Boaz made provision for Ruth and made sure she was protected (vs. 9). Boaz made sure that the need of Ruth was going to be provided for. She found favor with him and he made sure that there was going to be enough wor:k for her to do and be blessed. REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR Desperate For His / .. Held At: The Hilton Garden Inn -Tampa Ybor Historic District 1700 E. 9th Avenue FL 33605 .-------When God takt's y o u to a plac:e He \\ill mak e sure tht're is enough work for you to insure that you are pro,ided. No t only will he provide the fruit of a harvest, He will make s u re you are protected. God knows that there w:ill be some who do not understand your presence and ma y think that you are there to take something from them; there fore, He makes sure that He has peopll' stationed arm11HI you to protC'Ct you .As you s trive to live in thi s world, please remember thnt God is a God of provision nnd protection. God hn s n plnn for yo u to be blessed. There h as been a great harvest p repared and yo u can hav e your s hare of it. To get it you must b e willing to get out there and work for it. God will provid e it, you have to work for it. .. ,. : llleme: "fllfh. i Olltcileace: A 7,.1ear Jtaraey" 2 Chronicles 31;2l March 28, :201. 0 5:30pm .... : Guest Speater. Pastor Jell SiJigletary Central Baptist Cbllfch of Tampa Please join us as. we Exalt His Word & Give Praise & Worship ST JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5 :30P. M Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. & Youth Mid Week Service Email" Us At: stjministries @aol.com Mission Statement: UA Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to-the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, 11\C./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDII.E NEWKIRK Alld PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK


Church Director ,::o GRAC( Y w.oJJUliUU1 BAPTIST CH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 REV. H. L DUJB.S, Pastor Weekly Act i v ities Early Morn in g Worship-8 A M SL.nday Ctud1 Scrool 9 .30 A..M Sunday School 9 : 30 Morning WOfship M. MomirYJ Worsrip 10:45 A M Bible Class 4:30 P M Bible study, wed.-7 .tu,1. Evening Worstlp 5 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVrlEb Wecr.esday Prayer Meeting 7 P M 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. Kirtdand, 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.TU.) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. ICIAKI.AIIO, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org BROWN MEMORIAL 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. L_ ___ BISHOP IIATIHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Clacb Where 11ie Love Of God Flows And The Ho1J Ghost IS In Full ControL" Jesus Is Lo\e! Jesus Is Liberty! GREATER FRIE DSHIP B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma Sl Sunday School 9 :45 a m Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship -5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7 : 30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! St Mark M 1ss1onary Bapttst Church 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa Flonda 33616 (813) 839-5263 Rev. Darryl M. Matthews PastOt"/Teachar gn11ilding On A Tim1 round,l(ionM Sunday School -9'.3) A.M. Smday 10:55A.. We s: l> ::0 () :I: I\) en I\) 0 0 .-0 ::0 0 l> en m z ...... z m .-1 m c .-z "'D c m c en :I: m 0 m < m :0 -< ...... c m en 0 l> z 0 :0 0


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No R e publi ca n s s up port e d th e bill in e ith e r t h e H o u se o r Senate, and D e mocr at i c l e ad e rs n ee d e d a se parat e bill that calls for changes in th e n ew l aw in order to ge t e nou g h s upport in the Hou se to pa ss th e measure The Senate s tart e d debat e o n the acco mp a nyin g Hou se bill lat e r Tuesday, with R e publica n opponents promising to u se every possible parliamen tary tool or techniqu e to un dermine it Obama and Demo c ratic leaders celebrated the new law at the White House s ignin g ceremony, with a crowd pack ing the East Room repe a tedly s t a nding to applaud a nd c h eer the president "It's been ea$y at times to doubt our ability to do such a big thing, such a complicated thing, to wonder if there are limits to what we as a people can still achieve;" Obama said. ''We are not a nation that scales back its aspirations," he continued. "We are not anation that falls prey to doubt or mistrust. We don't fall prey to fear." Rather, "we are a nation that does what is hard, what is necessaiy; what is right," Obamasald. In the end, be said, the bill delivered the "core prinCiple that everybody should have some basic security when it come5 to their health care." The overall $940 billion plan is projected to extend insurance coverage to roughly 32 million additional Ameri cans. President Obama, surrounde d b y supporters that included ttOwens,_ signed the health care reforrn le&rislation durmg a ceremony m the East Room of the White Hous Pres. Obama Outlines The Benefits Of Health Care Reform President Obama o ut lin e d Saturday morning th e b e nefit s of h e alth care reform that will tak e e ff ec t this year promising affordable cove rag e for those uninsur e d with pre existing conditions, children with pre ex i s ting condition s will not be r efuse d coverage, patient's choices on doctors will b e prot ecte d an d tax cred its for small busi n ess owners who otherwise can t a fford to cover their employees. Pres. Obama addressed the nation, beginning by briefly analyzing his first year in office : He mentioned the job gains in November, but net loss in December, stating that while job losses for the final quarter of 2009 were one. tenth what they were in the first quarter, he will continue to be [ ... ] relentless in our ef forts to put America back to work. He continued, saying "That .task even deeper than replacing the seven mil lion jobs that have been lost over -the past two years. We need to rebuild our economy in such a way that our families can feel a measure of security again. He then turned his at tep.tion to h ealth care reform, reassuring that his administration is close to passing a health reform bill thatwill ... ]finally offer Americails the secunty of knowing they'll have quality affo rd abl h a lth car whe th e r t h ey l os e th e ir job, c h a n ge jobs mov e, o r g t s i ck." 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SchoolNews The Diamond Dust By Ny' Asia Taytor Mt. Pleasa nt Diamonds prid e ourselve s for the community work we do each year. Students and teachers work together to s upport organizations that give toothers and help the community. Saturday, March 20, teachers and students participated in the Annual City of Tampa Clean City Day. Diamon ds worked along s ide oth e r s in the community to suppo rt cleanup efforts throughout the city After cleaning up, volun teers were treated to a celebra tion at Raymond James Stadium. Diamonds, we are entering the last nine-weeks of the sc h ool year. Schoo l i:' o u r job and ther e is n o tim e for s lack ing. The 8 th grd d ers a r e ge t tin g re ady to ent e r hig h sch ool. Th e 7 th g rad e rs \\ ill soo n b e come the Th e 6 th graders will bec o me 7t h g raders and the n e wbies (6th graders) \\ill arrive in Augu st. To be a part of this ladder of success Diamonds get your class work done do well on your tests and make your s elf proud by earning your promo tion. n1e Girls a nd Boy s Flag F oo t b all a re fi nally h e re A n.mind e r to all pare nt s a nd s tud e nt s of Mt. Ple a s ant S B. Middl e School, th e intramura ls application has t o b e completed before participation in any sport Make sure you have your ph y sical, if you want to play! Mt. Pleasant S. B. Middle School is currently accepting enrollment applications for 6th 7th, and 8th grades. Please call the school at 253-0053 for mo re infonnation or our w tb sit e, WW)V IJU) mjddles c hool.net to download ).> an applicati o n form W e are not a privat e school, not a ::r: church s chool. and not an al-1\> 0) ternative school. We are a traditional public school. Tuition isfree! If you have a child in the 6th or 7th grade who willnm be returning to Mt. Pleasant for the upcoming school year, please contact the school. Go Diamonds! SAVE ON SUPPLIES FOR HOME OR BUSINESS Prices v a l i d 3/25/10-3 /29/10 unle s s otherwis e noted. 32" .or ae-sav.;Rah .. Reti'actable Senten 2.o-HP (Peak),_ 8:-o.Hor1 AJr -3:-tool kit Included .7 : SCFM o 40 PSI ILI253002 Rated a best buy by a leading coneumer magazine -Includes 24, 28, 3(), 32. and se width'. 8-Panel lntertor DOor Slab Prlriled and ready to paint ILI1 0973,4p,8, 7 -n "IH-Fold .Jab Hand Saw Trt-fdd 'd89ign for superior acCess anc:fOomtort I I Also available on l.Dwes.eom Flexible Elbow/Corvwctor Expands to 21" Provides flexlbllttY In tight. places 11259819 18.90z. Purttled BoHied Water. M309791 that's only 11 -perbotUe ASK FOR 1 0 Ofo .youR FIRST OFF PURCHASE When you open and use a new Lowe's Business Credi t Account. Some exclusions apply. Offer valid 3/25/10-3/29/10. See store associate for application and required coupon. See below for details. 3-HP (Peak), 8-0allon Wet/Dry Vac to blow .0 HP, 82 Amp, 3-year WarTanty ILI215727 each 4" x 4" x 8' Treated Lumber Umtted lifetime warranty against rot anc( 1201596 Prlj:lng and selection for lteims may vary due to market conditione We reeerw the right to limit We make It conva,;,lent ... p .. ... ... _..:LoV'{es stocks job-lot quantities for all your projects: And we can cfewer. the -Supplies you need to our business,ro e 'or ob site seven da sa week in most areas. See_ store for detailS. ., r-0 ::D 0 > C/) m z m r;m c r r-!!1 z ., c m c C/) :::t m 0 m -4 c m en 0 z 0 ., :!!, 0 ... <


0 .,... 0 N Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk ex t e nd s heartfe lt condol e nces to Yvette Jordan and husband, Minister Tony Jordan and th e famil y of the l a t e David Wilson III, Esquire, 57 who transi tioned from th i s ea rthl y lif e o n Monday, March 15, 2010. H e l eaves c h eris h e d m e mories wit h hi s wife of thirty four yea r s, Sharon Wilson; d a u ghte r Shari, sons, David IV and Demetrius, parents, David and Doris Wilson, and a host of other c rel a tiv es a nd fri e nds. a: LL. c z <( c fJ) w ;::) .... fr: w > w c w ::z::: fJ) :J m Men & Women In Black And White Service Held On Sunday, March 21st, afternoon scattered r ainstorms did not hinder the Spirit in the place, as the members and guests gathered at New Divine Church Of God By Faith (COGBF), Lake Wales, Florida, Elder Freddie Hird, pastor, for the conclusion of their annual 100 Men & Women in Black and White. The chosen theme was Can You See. Minister Anthony d e Shazor of the 0\'ie d o COGBF se rv e d a s Mas ter o f Ceremon y Hi s e n e r gy of prai se was f e lt throughout th e sa nctuary from th e be g innin g unti l th e e nd of th e se rvice. Th e Prai se a n d Deliverance T e mpl e COGBF Youth C h oir opened th e service with so ngs of praise; follow e d b y worship f ea turing th e a n o int e d voices of The Lunsford Sisters of L a k e Placi d COGBF. After the Pr aye r th e Scripture was r e ndered b y Sister Delores Hird. Sister LaDora Richardson ext ended a war m Welcome and Occa s i o n to th e g uests. Elder James and Sister Linda Hopkins recei ved th e offering. Mother Saretha Ragins introduce d 'her Pastor' the Speaker of the Evening, Minister Jerome Fortson, pastor of Praise & Deliverance Temple COGBF in Plant City. As she concluded her introduction of this preaching, praying, man of integrity she went into a praise and 'got her shout on' The Fortson Singers (Naomi, Nora, Jill and Ann, who are known for their gift of singing) pre cluded the message with two selection A nd yes Sisters Ann Fortson and Nora Burroughs go t their a nd d a nce on. Minister Fortson's mes sage w as e ntitl e d 'Do r ou See What 1 S ee?' His sc riptures o f refer e n ce w e r e: II King 6:15-17, John 4:34-35 and II Corinthians 5:7 Th e message ... w ell, thi s writ e r do es not hav e spac e t o t ell it all, but I will say you ough t t o have been th e r e What a m es sage, what a m essage! Evangelist Connie Benton s hared words of thanks t o the m embe rs a nd g uests who contribute d t o thi s successfu l eve nin g o f ser vice a nd fe llo ws hip. Elder Hird gave the c lo s in g remarks a nd b e n ediction. Very Special Birthday Greetings Shaw-Nuf Talk extends special HAPPY BIRTHDAY wishes to Michael Shaw, II, who celebrates his 13th birth d ay on Sunday, March 28th! Michael is the son of Michael and Cynthia Shaw. He is an 8th grade student at Berkley Accelerated Middle School in Auburndale Michael's favorite subject is Math! He has a passion for playing basketball. Mom and Dad love you, Michael, and we thank God for entrusting you to us! It is our prayer that this year be filled with continued growth and ma1w for A nd may the Lord bles s \'0\1 with mnm m any m ore ll appy Michael! \oVis hes for a HAPPY BIRTHDAY are extended fr o m th e m o ther-in l aw of yours Lakeland Lady Martha Shaw and t o m y e ld es t daughter, Adrienne Calhoun, and Ja'Darian Hird, who '"rill eac h ce l e brat e another birthday on March 31St. 53 Years And Still Standing Strong ELDER FREDDIE and MOTHER MAMIE HIRD Happy Anniversary to Elder Freddie and Mother Mamie Hird of Lake Wales The Hirds will celebrate their 53rd wedding anniversary on March 29th. Fifty three years of marriage! What a role model! The book should be written and s h a r e d. l\11\ thl' Lord l'n ntinue to yo u with many nHHl years t oge th er. ns o nL! Huppy Birthdny To You! 1 -hppy Birthday to knrwnter L 1dy Minister P n u 1 c tt c M n c k ( M 1 I T h 2l)th) A u b u r n d d e Lad y Lnkieshtt Herbert (Mnrc h 3 1 s t ) and Lak e l a nd Lnd y April Johnson (Apri l t s t). Ma od continue t o bless c h of you wit h m a n y mor e birthdays! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This w e k Slww-Nuf Sltout-Out goes t o the B rkl ey Acce l erate d Middl e Sch oo l Var s it y Flag Football t ea m a.k.a. Berkl ey Knight s o n t h ei r shut-o ut vi tory ove r the St Paul Lutheran Eag l es on Monday, March 22, 2010 The final sco r e : K.nights26 Eagles-o! Way to go, BAMS! <;on g r a tulation sl! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Ntif Talk wants to hear from yo u. Share your excit ing n e w s and or photos of your celebrations, specia l events, birthdays, annive r saries, weddings, family reunions, church or commu nity events, etc., with the readership of the Florida S e ntinel Bulletin and ShawNu,f Talk by sending an e m a il to: s b awnuftalk@ yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437 ;:)1--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ll. z t:i ...J ...J ;::) Civillibenies League Honors Polk Countv Anornev m I ...J w z i= z w fJ) a: 0 ...J LL. MULBERRY--On January 30th, the Rose Height s Elks Lodge No. 318 and Temple No 217 announced the honorable dedication of its Civil Liberties League to local entrepreneur and attorney, Larry D. Hardaway. This auspicious (sold-out) occasion was witnessed b y Elks lodge officers and members, Attorney Hardaway's fam ily friends fraternity brothers, community dignitaries and business associates. The Imperial Lakes Country Club served as the host-site. "Attorney Hardaway has given a Jot to the communities of Polk County, on behalf of the civil rights of others. Thi s dedication was done in honor and recognition of his diligent community service and continuou s support of the Elks organization," stared Brother Keith Boyd, Elks Civil League President. On receiving this honor, Attorney Hardaway shared, "I a m as proud and gratified as I can b e, extreme ly surprised ; I never antici-m pated receiving s u ch a long,o:r lasting, significant form of ,.... recognition. I have red edicat ed myself to h el pin g as man y of the chil d ren as I possibly t can, who are involved with the (Rose Heights) Elks Lodge." Mayor Gow Fields ren dered a special proclamation and presentation to Attorney Hardaway on behalf of the City of Lakeland At the conclusion of the evening the 2010 Larry D Hardaway Civil Liberties League Humanitarian Award was received by Attorney Kenneth C. Glover.. Attorney Hardaway is Senior Partner at the Hardaway & Turnbull Law Firm in Lakeland. He received his law degree from the University of Florida in 1979 A member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Attorney Hardaway's professional resume' is inclusive of the Polk County State Attorney's Office, an appointment b y Governor Lawton Chiles to the Florida Elections Commi ssi on foriner Adjunct Prof essor at Warner Southern College Florida Bar Pr o Bon o Award R ec ipi ent in 2000 and Business De velopment Attorney for Dade County, Florida. Attorney Hardaway i s P resident of the Polk County 41 The City of Lakeland recognized the efforts of Attorney Larry Hardaway with a special presentation by Mayor Gow Fields. Voters League and serves as a supportive member of numerous other organizations. He is married to Sharon and they have three children: Larry, Jr., Bruce and Tiara. Attorney Hardaway, who i s committed to his Christianity and faith in God, serves as a humble member at First Missionary Baptist Church in Winter Ha ve n under the l ead ership of Reverend Clifton Dollison P.G.E.R. Harlem Turner, Sr., Ruler and P G.D.R.D.D. Bernice 0. Daughter Ruler presented the Civil Liberties League dedication plaque to Attorney Larry Hardaway. Attorney Larry Hardaway presented the 2010 Larry D. Hardaway Civil Liberties League Humanitarian Award to Attorney Kenneth C. Glover.


National Blac Congressman First Ladv ichelle Obama ; Threatened ith Pictures m Foster children As She Appeared 01 Noose, Racial Slurs, On The Simpsons After Heatthcare Vote JAMES CLYBURN House Majority Whip James Clyburn found himself the target of offens ive pictures and racial s lurs after Sunday's passage of the Healthcare R eform Bill. Clyburn reports having several faxes of nooses sent t o hi s office and l e tt e r s lit tered with racial slurs. Speaking with MS BCs Keith Olbermann h e describes the offensive mat e rial sayi ng, If you look at some of the faxes that I got today raci a l slurs, nooses on gallows, and I'm telling you, some very vicious language. This stuff is not all that isolated. It's pretty widespread. I hope it s not too de ep." As previously reported Representative John Lewis was spat on and called a n gger entering Capitol Hill with Speaker Of The House Nancy Pelosi. Man Found Guiltv Of leaving Daughter Outside To Freeze To Death Killed His Daughter, NYIA A jury reached a guilty verdict for William Page, a man that molested his 23-month-old daughter and then left her outside iii the snow-_to freeze to death. l.Q. Febtuey of 2007 jurors say P8,ge assaulted "his' toddler Nyia Page. After improperly touching the child they say he became irate that she taking her diaper off and he left her outside in freezing cold temperatures where she died. The child died from exposure and hypothermia, after being outside for more than 24 hours. William Page has been convicted of first degree homicide, kidnapping, aggravated indecent assault and giving false reports to law enforcemenL There is also an additional assault charge pending against him where a old boy says the man touched him from the outside o.fhis paja-. rna pants. If the jury caimot reach a unanimous decision-for. the __ death penalty, Page: wilf be given life in prison. 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A judge sentenc e d h e r to. two consecutive life sen-tences plus 75 years for the murder and torture of the children. 4-YearOid Murdered In Cariacking The First Lady of th nited _. tates Michelle Obama o mad e her first app arance as an anima t ed character. Appearing as a reader of Lisa Simpson s blog under the name .. FLOTUS1, the First Lady voiced by Angel a Basset vi its Sprinficld Elementary to praise little Lisa for b e ing an overachiev er. The most comical moment in the show is at the end when the First Lady rolls up App arnnc On The impsons her le s showing off h r trademark bi ps to h lp S cret Servic op n th d r to h r h elicopter. Murderer Of Malcolm 1 To Be Released The m a n who killed El Hajj Malik El Shabazz a.k.a. Malcolm X in cold blood, is set to be r e l eased from jail. 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0 ,... 0 N a: w > w 0 w :I: (/) ::::i m ::J a. z i= w ...I ...I ::J m ..:.. w z i= z w UJ. c a: 0 ...I LL. m I CD "'"" as IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No. : 2009-18954 WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION (Plaintiff) vs. ERNESTO LOPEZ and all unknown part ies claiming by through under and against the above n amed Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees, grantees or other claima nt s ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ERNESTO LOPEZ ; THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY ; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT ; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT i n possession of the subject rea l prop e rty (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu a nt to the f ina l j udgmen t/ or de r en t e r e d i n the a bov e n o t e d case, that I will sell the followin g property situat e d in H illsborough C o unty Florid a d e s c ribed as: The East 67 5 feet of Lot 8 and the East 67.5 feet of North 42 0 feet of Lot 7 LESS South 25 0 feet of Eas t 25 0 feet of North 42 0 feet of Lot 7 Block 3 HILL:S s uBOIVISION according to map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 5 Page 9 Public Records of Hillsborough County Florida a t public sale to t h e high e st a nd b e st bidder for c ash at 2:00 P.M., on the 2nd Floor Rooms 201/202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street Tampa Florida 33602 on March 31, 2010 The highest bidder shall immediately post w i th the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5 % ) of the final b i d The deposit must be cash or cashier s check payable to the Clerk of the Court payment must be made by 12:00 P.M the next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN iNTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK' S ADA COORDINATOR 601 E. KENNEDY BLVD ., TAMPA FLORIDA, (813) 276-8100 EXTENSION 4205, WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS PRIOR 'TO THE QATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR Y91CE IMPAIRED CALL 711. -. -Dated th i s mh: day of February. 201 o : : r PAT FRANK CLERK_ OF THE CIRCUIT COURT -By: /s/"fONYA-TUCKER -,DEPUTY -CLERK Contact LaVO.RA@ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Email: ledwards@flsentine.com or Fax 24n To: (813) 248-9218 -NOTICE OF APPLICATION F O R TAX DEED N OTIC E IS HER EBY GIVE N that TARPON IV LLC 12770 the h olde r of the tollo w 1 ng cen1fica t e has filed srud ce n 1focate for a deed t o be ISSued thereon The cen1hcate number and year o t ISSuance, t he descnpuon of the propeny and the names 1n wh1ch 1 w as assessed are as f ollows Fol1o No : 174012.000 0 Certifica 1 e No.: 14888 7-{)7 F ile N o.: 2010-3 09 Year o f Issuance : 200 7 D escripti o n o f P r operty: C AMP O B ELLO BL OC K S 1 T O 30 LOT 1 4 BLOCK 1 PLAT BOOK/P AGE : 0002/0029 SEC-TWP -RGE: 08-29 1 9 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e(s) i n which a ssesse d : MARC PRESTIPINO Sai d pr o p e rty being in l he Coun t y o f H i llsborough S t a l e of Flo rida U n l ess s u c h c er t ifi c a t e shall b e redeemed a c cording t o l aw the prop eny d es cribed in s u c h cert ific a t e s hall be s old l o the high e s t bidde r a l l he Jury A udi t orium, 2 nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Cour t h ouse 800 E as l Twiggs Sl reel T ampa, FL 336 02 o n the 6th day o f May 2010 a t 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE: Please call (8 13) 276-8 1 00 exl. 4809 t o v e r i f y sale l oca li o n ) D ate d this 1!!1b d ay of March 201 0. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of H illsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk II you are a person with a disability who needs any a i::c0mmodalion I n order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cos1 to you, to the provision of certain assi stance Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (8 13) 276-8100 !lxlenslon 4205 tWo (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Looking For Sharp To. Work From Home Get Paid To Do WhatYou :re Already Doing! Serious Inquiries Only! (813) 417-6654 -NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR T A X OEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhn l T ARPON IV LLC 12 n 0 the hold r of t11o l ollm ng cen1hca1e has hied said cenlhcate lor a lax daed t o be Iss ued t h roon Tho cer t lllcole number nd year o f 1ssuance. t he doscnp hon ol lh e property. and t he nnmos In w hteh II w as ass ssed are as f ollo w s Folio N o.: 173303 .0000 Ce n iflca t e N o.: 148 794-{)7 F i l e N o.: 2 0 10-31 0 Year o f I ssuance 2 00 7 Description of Pr o p e r t y : B E NJAMIN S 3RD S UBDIVI S I O N S 4 8 8 2 FT O F N 80 FT OF E 110FT O F LOT 2 BLOCK 2 PLAT BO O K/PAGE : 002/0021 SECTWP RGE : 07-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL QUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e(s) i n whic h asses sed : ANAGALYS VIGOA Said prop e rty b e ing In lh e Co unty of H i llsborough S t a t e o f F l orid a Unl ess s u c h ce rllfl c a t e s hall be red e em e d according t o l aw the prop e r ly d e scrib e d In s u c h ce rl i f i c a l e s h a ll be sold lo t h e highes t bidder a t lh e Jury Aud i t orium 2n d F l oor George E Edge c o mb Co urthou se 800 Eas l Twigg s Slre e l T a mpa, F L 33602 on lh e 6th d a y o f May, 2010 a l 10 : 00 A .M. (NOT I CE : P l ease call (8 13) 276 8100 exl 4809 t

NOTICE OF APPUCATIO FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN., !hal TARPON IV LLC 12770 the holder ol the lollow lng certrticate has hied saJd ceroflcate lor a tax deed to be ISSUed ltlerllOfl The ceftllicate number and year ol r,suance 1t1e of the property and the rn whrch n was assessed are Folio N o 071893 0225 Certilicate No.: 151S42-o7 Ale No 201Q-312 Yo r of Issuance : 2007 Oeacr lptlon of Property: CO MM AT SE COR OF SEC 28 THN ON E BDRY N 00 DEG 55 MIN 06 SEC W I 35 FT THN DEPART SAID E BDRY AND ON N R!W LINE OF LUM SDEN AD THE FOLLOWING 3 COU R SES I ) S 89 DEG 07 MIN 43 SEC W 2635 06 FT THN 2) S 88 DEG 36 MIN 48 SEC W t 341.56 FT THN 3) S 88 DEG 39 MIN 15 SEC W 84. 72 FT TO POB THN CONT ON SAID R!W LINE S 88 DEG 39 MIN I 5 SEC W 68.5 FT THN DEPARTING SAID R!W LINE N 01 DEG 20 MIN 45 SEC W 324 tO FT THN N 88 DEG 39 MIN 15 SEC E 68 5 FT THN S 01 DEG 20 MIN 4 5 SEC E 3 2 4 .10 FT TO POB SEC TWP RGE : 28-29 20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) i n whic h assessed : GNIINC. Said pr operty being in the County of Hill sbo rough State of Florida Unl ess s uch ce rtificate shall be redeemed accordi ng t o law the property described in such certifica t e shall be sold t o the h i ghest bidder a t the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor Georg e E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East "TWiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on t he 6th day of May 2010 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Plea se call (8 13) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale loc a tion) D ated t his 1.ath day of March 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to' the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities CHILD PROTECTION INVESTIGATOR TRAINEE $36,462 SENIOR GROUNDSKEEPER ( LLMITED DURATION ) $19 905 See our web s it e at http :// www hccsb .org. or visit our office at: 60 1 E Kennedy Bou levard 17th Floor Tampa FL. Preference i n initial apt. will be given to eligiole vets & el i g i ble spouses of vets AAIEEO Employer Email :(our Ad To: I edwards@ flsent i nel.com NOTICE OF APPUCA TIO FOR TAX DEED NOT ICE I S HEREBY G IVEN, that TARPON IV LLC 12770 the holder of the following certrticate has filed saJd certificate lor a tax deed to be rssued therllOfl The ceftllica e number and yeat of rssuance the descnpi.IOO of the property a n d the names tn which r t was assessed are as loli<:M'S Fo4ro N o 175156 0000 Ceftllicate No .. 149019-()7 Ale N o .. 201Q-313 Year ol Issuance : 2007 Doscnpi.IOO ol Property : M INTON S J P SUBDIVISION PB 1 I PG 65 W 25 FT OF LOT tt AND LOT 1 2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 001110065 SECTWP RGE : 09-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nam e( s ) in which assessed : AUGUST C GONCALVES JR TRUSTEE S ai d property being i n the County of Hillsborough State of F lo rida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described i n such certHic ate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floor George E Edg ecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 6th day of May 2010 at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 -8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location ) Dat ed this 1.ath day of M arch, 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk of C ircuit Court of Hill sborough County, Flori da By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person w i th a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact tho Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; if you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Are You A Talented Braider? Can You Do Senegalese Twist? Are You At Least 25 Years Of Age? Looking For A Grown Mature Atmosphere To Work In? Then We Are Looking For You Come Join A Winning Team Make Cash Daily Doing What You Love! Please Contact. Devette@ 813-231-2100 A Different Me Hair Salon 15th & Fowler Large 6 Bedroom B lo c k Home Corner Lot + Mother-In Law Su it e Central NC Good Inves tm ent Property n T TAX DEED NOTICE OF APPLICA TIO FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY G IVEN, t ha t VERONA V LLC 12773 me holde r ol the loilow'.ng certihcate has h ied saJd cenrticate lor a tax deed to be rssued thereon The ce z c ., :D c C) m ..... ....... I


OTICE OF APPUCAOON FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Q VERONA V LLC IZTT3 the holder ol the CX:: followmg cer1Jficale has hied said e U. lor a !all deed to be ISSUed thereon The rertJfocate number and year ol tsSUanee the descnpoon ol the property and the names "' which rt was assessed are as follow5 c a: u. z c (fJ w a. z w ...J ...J ::;) Ill u. Ill I co .,... FoliO No 206751 0000 CertJfocate No .: 151335-07 File No .. 201G-318 Year of Issuance : 2007 Descr ipti o n of Property: LINCOLN PARK SOUTH LOT 1 BLOCK 20 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 000410095 S E CTWP RGE : 28-28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) I n wh ic h assessed : CATHERINE J TASSY Said property being in t he Cou nty ol H illsborough Slate of F lorida Unle ss such ce rtifi ca t e shall be r edee m ed according to law the property described i n such ce rt i f icate shall be sol d to the highest bidder a t the Jury Aud i t orium 2nd F loo r George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twi gg s Street Tampa FL 33602 o n the 6th day of May, 2010 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : P l e ase call (B1 3) 276-B100 ext 48 09 to verify sale locatio n ). Dated this 181b day of M arch. 2010 PAT FRANK Cleo:k of Circuit Court of Hill sborough County, Florida By: TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person w ith a disability who needs any accommodation in order 0' participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the dale the service Is needed ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711 NOTICE OF NON DISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS The Renew ing Internat ional Inc admits students Minds School of any race co l or national and ethn i c origin to all the rights privile ges p rograms and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not d i sc rimin ate on the basis of race, color national and ethnic origin in the administra tion of it s educational pol icie s adm i ss i ons pqlicies scholarsh i p and loan prog r ams and athletic and other school admin i stered .programs GET NOJICED .. .Piace Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora For More Information @ (813) 248-1921 OTICE OF 1\PP U CATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC nr70 the holder o to11ow1n9 rertJficate has filed srud certificate lor a !all deed to be ISSUed thereon The certrlocate number and year ol ISSUance the descnpoon of the property. and the names 1n whach rt was assessed are as follow5 FoliO o 208912.0000 Ceruticate No 151474-{)7 File No.: 201 G-319 Year of Issuance 2007 Descrip tion of Pro perty: MADISON PARK LOTS 5 AND 6 BLOCK 2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 00041004B SEC-TWPR G E : 32 2B SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nam e(s) in which assessed : ARTHUR ROBINSON Said property be1ng i n t he County ol H illsbo rough State of Florida Unle ss s u c h certi f icate s hall be rede e med according to taw the property described in such ce rt ificate shall be sold to the h ighes t b i dder at t he Jury Audit o r i um 2 nd F loo r George E E dgecomb Courthouse. BOO E ast Twiggs S t reet. Tampa FL 33602 o n the 6th day o f May 2010 a t 10 : 00 A.M. ( NOTICE : Ple ase call (B1 3) 276-B 1 00 ext 4B09 t o verify sale location) D a t ed this 181b day of M a rch. 20 1 0 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hill sborough County, Florida By: TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the dale the service is needed ; if you are hearing or voice i{llpalred, call 711 Ybor City First Month Free $125.00 Move-In 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath House 919 East 11th Avenue Central Station Alarm System $550. 00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 West Tampa Houses For Rent 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom Or 4 Bedroom $650 -$1, 050 Per Month Newer Kitchen Appliances Baths, Central Air Most Have Washer / Dryer Hookups Section 8 Vouchers OK Most Pets OK Avai l able So See Today! Call Patrick 813-254-5338 OTICE OF APPUCATlON FOR TAX DEED NOTICE I S HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA V LLC t2T13 the holder tile lollo-.>-.ng has !led said cer1lficate lot a !all deed t o be ISSUed reon The rertrlocate numbet and year rssuance the descnpoon of the property and the names an whiCh rt "-as assessed are as follows FoliO N o 2064 76 .01 00 Certrfocate N o 15 1 305-07 File 0 201(}.320 Year of Issuance 2007 Descri ption of Proparty: OHIO COLONY COMPAN Y'S ADDIT IO N TO PLANT CITY S 35 FT OF N 70 FT OF E 1 03 FT OF LOT 4 BLK 6 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 000 1 /0010 SECTWP-RGE : 28-28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) i n which assessed : HOMES PLUS ENTERPRISES INC Said property being i n t h e County o f H illsbo r oug h Sta t e of Florida Unl ess s uch certificate s hall be r e d ee med according t o law th e property de scri bed in suc h ce rt i f ica t e shall be sold t o t h e high es t b i dd e r at th e Jury Aud i t orium. 2n d Fl oo r G eorge E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO Eas t Twig g s Street Tampa FL 33 602 on the 6th day o f May 2010 a t 10 : 00 A .M. ( NO T ICE : Please call (B1 3) 276B 100 ext. 4B09 t o verify sale l ocation) D a t ed th is d a y of M a r c h 2 010 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation I n order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain a ssistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276 8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Section 8 Only 2712 N. Stallone Drive 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block Home WDH Alarm System Fenced Backyard Carport Patio GaragE) No Pets $1 230 00/Month!Y $600 00/Security Negotiable LaShawn (813) 841-2921 Homes Sulphur Springs 8207 N. Hillsborough Ln. 3/1 $750.00 Tampa Heights 108 West Keyes Avenue 2/1 $600.00 Sulphur Springs 8113 N. Mulberry Street 3/1 $750.00 (813) 610-4319 (813) 610-4206 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. OTICE OF APPUCATIO FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ttlat VERONA V LLC 12773 tno holdot lot a tax doed t o be 1ssued tnoreon TOO certrhcate number and year ISSUance. the clescnpnon at the property and t he names 1n "'hiCh 11 v.-as assassed are as lol Fol10 o 2076 04 0100 Ce n r focat No 151385-07 F1le N o 201 G-321 Year o f Issuance 2007 Oescrlptlon o f Property: DAVIS SU BDIVI SIO N BLOCK 2 LESS E 74 FT OF S 82 FT T H EREOF PLAT BOOK/PA GE : 00 1 6/0035 SEC-TWP RGE : 29-2B SUBJECT TO ALL .OUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e(s) I n wh ich assessed : MINERVA LAGUNES VIUDA DE LAGUNES Sai d property being I n t he County of H illsboro ugh S t a t e of Fl ori d a Unle ss s u c h ce rtifi ca t e s h all b e redeemed according to law the property descr ibed I n such certillcate s hall b e sold to th e h ighes t b i dder a t the Jury Aud i torium 2 nd Floor George E Edg eco mb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on t h e 6th day of May 2010, a t 10 : 00 A M ( NOT I CE : Please ca ll (B13) 276B 100 ext. 4B09 t o v e rify sa l e l ocatio n ) D a ted t11is day ol M arc h 2 010 PAT FRANK Cl erk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK D eputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who n ee d s any accommodation In orde r to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assist ance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working day s prior to the date the serv Ice Is needed; If you are h earing or voice Impaired, call 711. Tampa Heights Large 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block Home WDH, CHA Garage $1 050.00/Monthly $700.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 453-5690 3414 East 9th Avenue 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Family Room $1 200 00/Monthly $1 200 00/Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome Available Mid April Rev. Tyson (813) no-2003 Darrel (813) 735-5295 NOTICE OF APP LICATION FOR TAX DEED NO TICE IS HERES GIVEN, t hft t rnwh iChll w sn FoliO N o 206699 0000 rtff IlioN Fila No 2010--325 r o l l ss unnco 2007 Descriptio n of Proporty: I LIN C LN P ARK SOUTH LOT 5 BLOCK 1 2 I PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 000410098 SEC TWP RGE : 2B SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAX E S N amo(s) I n wh ich os d : E L BING C/0 HARRY B IN G Said property being In t h Cou nty o l H illsboroug h S t a t e o t Florida Unl ess s u c h ce rtlf lca t s holl bo roda mod according t o l o w t h property d scri bed I n such ce rtif icate shall be so ld t o t h hi g h t bidder a t t he Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecom b Courthouse BOO ns t Twigg s S tr ee t Tampa, FL 33602 on t h e 6th day o f Moy 2 010 a t 10 : 00 A M. (NOT I CE : Please ca ll (813) 2768100 4B09 t o verily sal l ocation) D t ad t his l81b dny o f MAmJl..lQ.lll. PAT FRANK Cl erk of Circuit Court o f Hillsborough County, F lorldo By: TERE S A L. CLARK Deputy C l rk If you are a person with o disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceedin g you a re entitled, at no cos t to you, to the provision of certain anle t a nce. Plene contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276 8100 exte nsion 4206 two (2) working days prior to the d a l e the servic e Is n eede d ; If you are heorlng or voice Impaire d call 711. Why Rent When You Can Own 0 Down Payment Mortgage Paid For 6 Month s All Credit Considered Call 813-326-6141 West Tampa 3 Bedroom/1 Bath $995.00/Monthly 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $775 00/Monthly Both Homes Remodeled Block Construct ionWith Tile Floors Throughout 0 Deposit With Section a-voucher Must (813) 61 Q-8256 l EL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 65 YEARS


NOTlCE OF APPUCA TION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN !hat T ARPON rV LLC t'2770 tne l'lCa e tor a laJ< deeCate tor a tax cleed to be ssued thef90o'l The cefll'f>Cale number and year ot ISSUance' me descnpllOn of the property. and the names n whiCh rt was assessed are as follows FoliO N o 208179 0000 Certslicate No 15141 5-o7 Rle No 2010-329 Year of Issuance 2007 Description ol Property: PLANT CITY WARREN S SURVEY S 17 O F LOT 3 AND S 90 FT OF LOT 4 BLOCK 23 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : K/0315 SECTWP-RGE : 29-28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) in which assessed : DES PROPERTIES LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, Sta t e of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certi f ica t e shall be sold to t he highes t b id der at the Jury Auditorium. 2nd Floo r George E Edgecomb Courthouse. 800 Eas t Twiggs Stree t Tampa, FL 33602 on the 6!h day of May 2010 at 10 ; 00 AM. (NOTIC E : P lease call (8 1 3) 276-8 1 00 ext 4809 t o verity sale location) Da t ed this .J..a.1.b day o f M a rch 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2)working days prior to the date the service is needed ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WE RENT HOMES Starting @ $525.00/Monthly 1 -5 Bedrooms Available! Call 813-221-4457 Homes 1919 West Pine Street 3/1 $795.00 8926 Oren Avenue 4 / 2 $550 00 8211 North 12th Street 2/1 -$1 000 00 4503 N. 15th Street 3 / 1 $700 00 9315 Elmer Street 3 / 1 -$ 875 00 Call (813) 810-6577 HILLSBOROUGH Communt1y www .hccft. ecN (AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES) Ybor City Campus Hillstxxoojl Commooity College seeks applicalts for the posfu1 ci Nlllc Service Coordinator (Automotive Services) oo the YOOr City CSTIPJS to schedule, coordinat e arxl mooittJ the Aut001otive towa-ds NAT AF Certificatioo. The position requires at five yecrs of pOOrrelated work experieoce arxl ASE Master T edlnK;ian certiOCaOOn. ca1 substitute a:lditiooal wor1< expe0ence for the edx'4tKx1 requirement of a Badlelor's degee ff they have at least a HS d iploma/GED equivalent Prefer appiK:ants with: ( 1) an awarded Associate' s degree in Automotives, (2) prior -related experieoce and (3) wor1< experience demonstrating great organizational arxl communicatioo skills Candidates must complete ASE L 1 L2 c:ertiftloalpf ol dd llocUl OOvet APPOCATM>H OEADUHE IS APRIL19, 2010. AU DEGREES IIJST BE FIOM llfGIOfWJ.J.ACCIEDITED INSTITUTIOIIS. The reo.iew p-005.> mn be iriW with z 0 ., :II -0 ?=<


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Club 44's Obamqf,psJ Club -1-1 presented i t s -The Obama F est: Celebrating Hope In .-\ ml'rica at the l iltun Tampa .-\irpurt Th, c ,ning I a auction to bendit St P e t e r Cla\'er Ca t holic School. (Photos hy Strcets -\nd Streets Photogra \ Father and daughter emcees for the evening, Dayle and Tiffany Greene. Pearlyne Wilson and Bernadette Yee. "The Spirit Girls" of St. Peter Claver Catholic School, Sister Maria Babatunde, Principal, performed. Phillips, orator, St. Peter Cla, er Catholic School. Mrs: Sonja Garcia is the Club 44 spokesperson. Harriette Harris and her guest, Calvin Scott. Derek Smith brought the entertainment for the cvl'ning. the guests in were Valerie Goddard and her mother, Mrs. Josephine Hubbard, who flank President and Mrs. Obama. Dr. and Mrs. Cbet Luney were a_mong the guests. Grace Jones, Octavia Harris, Ollie Hunter and Ruby Brown at the Club 44 Obama Fest.


50th Binhdav Panv Held At Don Vicente De Ybor Historic Inn a: <{ ::!: Reaching the age of so was a mile tone in the life of Ms. Donna Douglas and it w as a memorable time for tho e who a ttended her celcbmtion. Hrr s pC' i 1! was .January 11th. Family m embe r s and fri ends a embled a t th e D o n Vicente De 'tbor Hi s toric Inn for the celebr a tion. To e n sure tha t all w ould bC' well. Ms. Douglas r e nted the C entire establishment for the eve ning. This allowed her guests t o mix and ming l e throughout the even ing. H e r the m e was "The Golden E.xpcrie11cc: A DiPo Tum .; 50. ff: H e r guests trave l ed from aero s the s tate and country t o be on hand for the occasion. Some of the Florida cities represented were Ft. Laulerdnlc. Tnmpn. and her hometown of Marianna. She al o had \isitors from :\tlanta. Georgia and the State of laryland. Ms. Douglas is very ac tiv e in several o rganization On hand t o h e l p make th e occa i o n unforgcttabk were m embers of Alpha 1\.nppa Alpha Sorority, I nc.. the Charmettcs, G.R.I. T.S (Gi rl s Raised I n The South). and Ladies of Literature, just t o name a fe,,. Ms. Dou g las wore two different dres es during the e v e nt. Ms. Linda G rey designed the e cnin g attire and the p arty dre s w a the of Ms. Mnttie Brown. Ms. Twanda Bradley, of Priceless l\loment serv e d as h e r e vent coordin a tor and the entert ainment was provided by ongstrcss Kam S howers, T-Fox n th e acousti c guitar, Comedian L. C James Reed pianist, and D. J. Tom 'Smiling' R obinson. David Burgess .cn cd as photogrn1 h e r and vicleograp h e r Ms." Kam Showers was the songstress at the soth birthday party honoring Ms. Donna Douglas. Victor and Tia Young were on hand to wish the birthday celebrant many more. Ms. CaSandra Washington was among the gliests who helped make the evening special. Included among the guests at,the birthday party for Ms. Donna Douglas was Retired Judge Thomas and Mrs. (Lillian) Stringer. Attorneys Barba r a Twine Thomas and H enry Thomas attende d the s oth birthday c e l ebratio n f o r Ms. Donna Douglas. Ms. Alice Willia mson Ms. Joanna Syllu, und M s A b chn Salter-W o o d s were on hnnd t o h eiJ> M s Donnn Douglus celebrate h e r soth b i r thday. Longtime friends who attended the soth birthday party for M s Donna Douglas 'were: M s Debra -Reddick, Ms. Stephanie Levins, Ms. Cynthia Forward, the honoree Donna Douglas, M s Candy Young, Ms. Marina Freeman, Ms. Fran Holloway, Ms. WyVonna White and Ms. Mavis McLean. I n the Name of Allah the Beneficient the Merciful TAMPA BAY MUSLIM ALLIANCE Is Pleased To Announce 13TH ANNUAL ISLAMIC CHARITY FESTIVAL .Sunday, March 28, 2010 Riverfront Park. Griat 'BBQ C hlidf en's Brand Hew Bicyeles) Adult B j cycles Games And Clowns For Children Free Clothes *Free Medical Tests: Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar And Morel 1000 N. Boulevard Tampa, FL 11A.M. 5 P.M. Indian, Pakistan i Middle Eastern Food (All Free) FREE FOOD, FREE CLOTHES, FREE TOYS, FREE ICE CREAM, FREE HOT DOGS!! -. + .... .. : .. Participation By City Officials City Of Tampa Police Dept. County Commissioners City Councilmen First Come Rrst Served: All Are Welcome!ll 0 N T -Fox demonstrated his DO NOT MISS OUT! II For More Information: Hakim (813) 267-1600 (Usten Saturday 9 A. M. To 'Honest Opinion' On WTMP Radio-1150AM) w talents on the acoustic guiCJ tar at 'the birthday party for Ms. Donna Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Vernierie) Monroe attended the birthday celebration.


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N Grassroots Film Companv Makes Its Mark In Florida BY I. E0:'\0 B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The documentar y '"Eric C Durha m : Florida's Confiff: d e nce Man," a Full Metal so mu c h takin g in hi s lif e that it wa s now time f o r him t o give back, and that th e title o f th e mO\'ie may bear hi s name. b ut th a t it' s n o t about h i m bu t about th e m ess a ge. T h e m es sag e i s o n e o f p erso nal r espo n s ibility and redempti o n c a: LL c z < c en w ;:) ..... > a: w > w c w :I: :en ::::i m ;:) D.. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) m I ...J .W z i= z w .en < c .a: 0 ...J LL Flicks Production, is doing a hometown premier of its first film on March 3 1st, 7=30 p m. a t the Channel Side Cinema. Based o n th e life a nd time s of a Tampa, Florida native with a troubl e d past, the project started late i n 2006. Afte r a phone call from Eric 'Confidence Man' Durham, a m ee tin g a t a c o ffee s h o p to o k place a nd filmin g s t arte d s h o rtl y th e r eafte r Wh e n s p ea kin g t o Durham, h e info rm e d u s th a t h e' d d o n e This film has b ee n distrib uted to at least 9 film festi, als across the country. Th e DVD will be wide l y availab l e this summ er. Sa les from th e DVD will s uppl y F ull Me t a l Flic k s 2010-2011 film bu dge t wi th th e goa l of hirin g l oca l t a l e nt and will a lso b e n e fit Durham Whole Life Enrichment Corporation, whi c h h e lp s tro ubl e d t ee n s. B e in g a n inde p e nd e nt film Quick Weaves ... ..... $40 00 & Up Sew-Ins ........... .... ...... $75.00 & Up Infusion ........ ... ...... $150.00 & Up Cut-N-Style ............... $40.00 & Up Roller Set ... .............. $20.00 &bUp Re-Twist .................... $35.00 & Up Box Braids ..... .......... $65.00 & U Relaxer w/Fiat Wrap. $39.00 & U NGIE{813) @ 7227 N. Nebraska Avenue L ocal Full M etal Flix filmmake r s (left to right) are : Charles Coles, Eric Durha m Fnbinn lllnkl y and Corey A ll en. compa n y i s n o t w h a t it u se d to b e," s aid Dir ec t o r Cory Allen, and ass i s t ant director, Fabian Blakely. Th e Sunda nc e Film Festival h as now b e com e comme rci a l i ze d t o th e p oint th a t true in d e p e ndent film m a k e r s a r e n ow a t a disad vantage with limit e d budge t and t a l e nt. It i s b eca u se of thi s th a t F ull M e t a l Fli c k s i s r a i s in g a wa r e n ess about Gra ssroots film m a k ing Full M e t a l F li c k s i s a move m ent b ase d o n the b elie f tha t g r ea t m ovies d o n t j u s t co m e f r o m H ollywoo d B y joinin g t oge th e r t h e ir s kill s, r esources a nd e ff orts, they ca n c r ea t e Ul Boy's HaircutS Young Ladiei 'Relaxer 12 $5.00 $35.00 $20.00 $100.00 $60.00 12 & Sew-Ins (Full Headr Relaxer & Cut ,, .. Shear Reflections 101.E. St. ,,-.. 7pm I Braider & Barber N ilf$]:/p'fi! m ovies t hat p a k to t h i su es, live a nd p opl in th community Th ey a r e lookin g t o build awa r e n e s in th ar a by_ bu i ldin g a n o nlin film community d e di at d t o m a k in g film s in Flo r i d a F ull M e t a l F li k s n d l oca l community support t o j o in th e m in th e ir effort b y pro vid in g l oca ti o n s t o fiJm a t a nd fi -n a n c ial upport. To support th e e ffor ts o f F ull M e t a l Flic k s, c h ec k out th ir w ebpage a t www.e r ic durha m. co m For more information or to sc h e dul e an inte rvi e w with Full M e t a l Fli c k s LLC., pl e ase contact Corey Allen a t (858) 237 -982o,o r e-m ail a t inf o @ericdurham.com. Patel Conservatory Youth Ballet oners ScholarshiPS Th e P a t e l C on se rv a tory You t h B alle t in p artne r s hip with O r l a nd o B al l e t School (OBS) i s off ering seve r a l sc hol a r s hip s to s tud e nt s a pplyin g f o r t h e d ance p r o g r a m 's tw ow ee k Summ e r In t e n s ive, h e ld Jul y 2 6 -Augus t 7 W e are p l ease d to off e r $200 off th e tota l cos t o f our S umm e r In te n s i ve t o s tud e n ts who qu a l ify t o e n sure that as man y stude n ts as p oss ibl e will h a v e th e ch a n ce to m ee t th e ir po te ntial and impr ove th e ir ball e t s kill o ve r th e s um m e r," s aid .Peter Stark, Orlando Balle t S c hool dir ec t o r and lead e r of th e Summ e r Inten s iv e p r o g ram. Acco mpli s h e d inte rm e di a t e a'nd advan ced ball e t s tud ents are being s el ecte d to attend the pro g[am during a s eri es of 18 audi ljeld United Sta:tes. students intereSted in appl)ripg for the scholarship f9r : the SUlllii.ler Intensive should call 813 222.1002 to schedule an au dition and recei v e additi<;>p.al in form ati on and by. visiting www.pate)con serva tozy.org. E ve n ts, days, d a t es, times and prices are s ubj ect to change with o ut n o tice. Summer programs are mad e poss ibl e in part thro u gh ge n e r ous support fr o m the TEC O E n e r gy 0 099-


'' Local Belmont Heights Estates Social Services Depanment Celebrates African American Historv Month Fro m l e ft t o r i ght: Billi Griffin, BHE RA President/Membe r o f the Board of Commissi o n e r s fo r Tampa H o u sing Authority, Lilli a n Stringer Director of Media R elations for T.H.A and A li c i a B a nks, Soci a l Services Coordinator for B .H.E f ellowship during the r e c eption. B e lmont H e i ghts Estates Soc i a l Servi ces D e pa rtment celeb rated African American Hist ory month w ith a r ecep tion for t h e r es i de n ts. An Africa n America n Month essay contest was offer e d. Youth s we r e give n th e o pp o r tunity t o express t h e msel ves in writing, a n d t o hi g hlight th e i r perspectives a n d writte n communicati o n s abilities. T h e i r c harge was t o w rite a b o u t a fa m o u s African America n person Mrs Lillian Stringe r Direc tor of Medi a R e l a ti o n s for T.H.A. r epresente d the A u t h ority and prese n te d t h e winners with certi f i ca t es of p a rti c ip atio n Billi Griffin, B elmont H e i ghts Est a tes Resident Assoc iati o n Pres id e n t, gave t h e prayer and his tory o f B elmont H e i ghts Est a tes; Valeria Lampkin, r esident, prov id e d the w e lcom e and occas i o n Susanna Henry, res i de nt offered th e b l ess i ng of t h e food; Hallie Maddock, new Ge neral Ma nager q f B H.E., gave th e clos in g re mark s, a n d Alicia Banks, Soci a l Ser v ices Coo r d in a t o r was th e M i stress o f Cer e m o n y Harriet Bogan with W ilb e rt. G D av i s B oys and Girls Club, bro u g h t the ch ildr e n t o enjoy th e act i v i ty. R es id ents we r e se r ve d din n e r and fellowshippe d with th e s t aff. "TI :D 0 Summer Fire Rescue Youth Academv l> :D () ::I: I\) m ThL' borou gh Cu u nty Fin Summl'r Y ou th will t akt place frtll11 .June qth throu g h J unl' :! 5 I h f rl) m H a m until -t p m .. for bl'lw l'cn the ages o f q and 17. The tleacllinl' t o submit an application is A pril 1 5th. The Youth Academy will b e held at the Fire Resc u e Training Facility, 3210 S 78th Street. Participants must meet c ertain requirem ents and will be admitted on a first-come, first-serve bas is. The core curriculum of the Summer Youth Academy is to learn about first aid, CPR, disaster preparedness, physical fitness, teambuilding, leadership, character development and hands-on experience with fire equipment, such as fire hose, fire extinguisher, ladder truck, etc. This Academy provides students highly structtued activities where they learn to resist peer pressure, drugs and violence. The ; ... 1\) 0 u u ng:'ll'r:' p;tr t il'ipating in ...... 0 the acad, nt\ llll t:'t nlmpkll' and the application b\' tlw tkadlinc. Tlw wst of tlw will lw n > v c r ctl f o r all 1-lmn, cr. participants are fur obtaining anti provitling proof of a sports physical l'Xamination to Fire Rescue h<'fore ning the A cade my. This physical cannot be date d prior to Dec ember 15 2009. Young sters chosen to participate in the a cademy must attend an orientation session on Saturday, April 24, from 10 a.m. until 12 noon at the Hillsborough County Fire Rescue, 2711 E. Hanna Ave. "TI I For more information 0 JJ about the academy, parents 0 or guardians may contact l> Chip Shields, Hillsbo-en m z -4 rough County Fire Rescue, at (813) 393-9429. z Applications can be found at the website at www.hillsbo-m rougbcounty.org/firerescue, ? 6 z "0 c m c en :I: m 0


N -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CD i Banle 01 The Best Step Competition The t a Phi R e t a C ommunity St e p Team presented .. The B a tt le o f tlw Be:;t Step C ompetition at llilbborough High School. Skppl'I"S pnformed to a 0 onl y cro wd fE Alex Kelly, f ounde r o f The ta Phi B e ta. ope n e d the e n nin g with a welc ome. f ollo wl'd by the Blaek National Anthem by Kim Fulton. Tlwrt' a perform a nc e b y g u es t F a bul o u s Sh o w t oppe rs and th e The ta Phi Beta C o-Ed Community Step Team and Theta Phi B e t a of EYolution c a: LL c z Participa tin g s t e p t eams in th e Ele m entary C a t ego ry \,ere: Steppe rs of.\ Cnique Legacy Tampa: Jr. Bra t z in I larnw ny. Ft. Pil'l't'l' : FCAA J)i Avo n Park; and Undi sputed Diva s Tampa. Middle Sch oo l Cat e gory participant s were : Lady Pirat es o f \ 'an Bur e n Buffalo C liqu e of Y oung 1iddk School. Brat z in llarmony. Ft. Piert l '. A lpha Ze t a of .lcl'PY Hill Middl e School Star Diva s, Steppers of a Uniq u e L e gacy Junior Di\ i s i o n and Diva s of D estrurtio n. all of Tampa: FCAA ,Juni o r Diamonds, Avo n Pnrk a n d .Jaguars J ennings Middle Sc h ool. In th e Hig h School Girl s Category w e r e: Fabul o u s S t eppe r s and Wo m e n of Integ ri ty of Ta m pa FCAA Se nior Dia m o n ds Avo n Pa r k ; Kappn Lcng u e s .. v th en rt s, Clermont; Gamma Nu Phi J o n es High Sc h oo l ; T h a t' s S h owty m e E nt. Presents S howdolls of Ft. Pie r ee a n d Lad i es of D i stinc t io n M i ra mar H ig h c hool. I n the H igh School B oys' Category were: S howtyme B oyz, Ft P i e r ce; K P s i L of C l ermont; Men of Pe r fec ti o n T a m pa; No Do u b t S t e p T e a m of Hill sbor o u g h lligh School ; and Unifi e d Disc ip l e of Jacksonville (Photos b y Frederick Harris) a: w > w c w ::I: (/') :::i m ;::) a. z t= w ...J ...J ;::) m ..:. w z t= z w (/') C3 a: 0 ...J LL The Fabulous Showstoppers: Clishara Moore, Jefvontie Boatwright, .Janisa Boatwright, Neisha Thomas and Natsjha Orgill. s1l1a Hair & Nail S. Is Celebrating Its 6th Year Anniversary o Saturday, March 27th @ 12:00 P.M. Come Out And Join Us For Free Food, Fun, Vendors & Door Prizes. Music By OJ J.T. Yolanda Stylist Roberta Jacobs (Owner Of Charisma Hair & Na i l Studio-Syl ist) Sherena-Stylist, Gladys-Stylist Bobby Jones (Business Manager) Seated: Ms. Ervine-Stylist, Ms. Audrey-Stylist Roberta Jacobs 813-841-6347 Bobby Jones 813-531-5435 Members of the Fabulous Steppers are Ashley Daysha, Pooh, Squeaki, Quaya, Peanut, Mya, Kira and Liquid. The Star Divas are coached. by Felteena Williams and Silas Taylor; Members are Kaylen Lovett, Akayle Burnette, Mia Williams, Tyra Kitchens, Jaqua Mack, Alliyah Miller, Jasmine Queen Rakhia Williams, Markeciya Wilburn, Lasbawn Holden, Kaely Clark, Ronnahe Jackson, Tyra Plummer and Markeisha Terrell. Divas of Destructio n are coached b y Robert and Terrance. Members are: Cadderria, Tatiana, Riccaria, Alexis, Jaisha, Alanna and S bantah.


Local :c 0 Henderson Wins Miss MEAC Title 36-Year Career In Education Ends At Poner Elementarv 3: l> :c (') ::I: 1\) m DEMETRIA H EN D E RSON Dem etria H ende r son, the rei gning M iss FAMU, now has a new c rown with the inscri p tion, M iss Mid-Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers MetroPCS Retail Stores Br.denton 491914th St Bradenton, FL 34207 888-57metro Brandon 1989W.l..1Jmsden Rd Brandon FL 33511 888-57metro Eas t ern Athletic Co nfer e n ce. I n t he o nlin e v o t i n g compe t i ti o n Henderson r ece i e d 4 2 p e r ce n t o f the t o t a l co unt. e d ging o u t M iss H ampto n U ni v e r s i ty b y 6 p e r centage p o i nt s B e in g t h e fir s t p e r s o n i n m y fami l y t o a tt e nd a n i n sti tuti o n o f hi g h e r l ea rnin g p ut s m o r e v a lu e o n my titl e th e m o s t p e o pl e will e v e r care t o kn ow, Henderson said in h e r MEAC bi og r a phy. T w ant t o b e a beacon o f hope f o r high s chool students who gre w up in s imil a r situa t ions B ET's 106 & Park Host s Terrance J & Rosci bestowed the Miss MEAC crown upon Henderson on Friday March 12, 2010, during halftime of the 8 p m ., game of the annual Men's and Women' s Basketball T ourna m ent a t J oe l Coliseum in W in s t o n-S a l e m N C Henderson i s a p syc h o l ogy student fro m F ort Laude rdal e Cl-rwater 1674 S MissolJ'i Ave. Clearwater, FL 33756 888-57metro Lakeland Mrs Annie Belle Morris ende d her 36-year career in educatio n w h e n s h e r etire d recently fl'orn Potte r E l e m entary School a s a Social Worker. A r e c eptio n in h e r honor was h eld at the s chool. From l eft to right are: J eron Turne r Tzeporan S. Turner, J erome Turne r III, Blanc h e A. CJ) Turne r G erray Morris, honoree Annie B elle Morris (with hat), Danie ll e Morris, J erome Turne r m Jr., Rayford B. Alle n Jr., Annie Allen, Joseph B. Allen and Edgar R. All en. (Photography b y Z BRUNSON) z m Sarasota 1158 N Washington Blvd. Sarasota, FL 34236 888-57metro St. Petersburg Tampa 2907 N. Dale Mably Hwy. Tampa, FL 33607 888-57metro r:m c: r-r-!!I z c: m r-Cii ::I: m 0 m < m -1 c: m CJ) 0 l> z 0 :c 0 3137 US Hwy. 98 North Lakeland FL 33805 888-57metro 3100 22nd Ave. North Ste. B St Petersblxg, FL 33713 888-57metro 1251 E Fowler Ave Tampa, FL 33612 888-57metro


.5ack Page FA u President Visits Tampa; leaves $421,000 In Scholarships u a: < :2 Florida r\&.\1 Cniver. ity kicked off its -cp Close And state tour a few weeks ago. Dr. James Arne mons, President, faculty, a: u. staff and student groups c a: u. c z < spend part of their sprin g break visiting various cities throughout the state. This year the tour also stopped in Thomasville, Gr\. tarting out in Tallahassee on Sunday, the group was in Tampa on Tuesday evening at a local hotel where the President di tributed cholarships totaling 421,000.00 to graduating enior in the Bav area. Students r ecei ving scholarships were: B,ooo each scholar hip Rodney Anderson (Wharton), Julia Clarke (Lake Mary Hi gh), Steve n C Williams (Tampa Bay T ech), Cynetre Dingle (Wharton High), Jamaica Reddick (Blake High) Desjane Boone (Bl ake Hi gh), and Faith Presidential Ambassador and Miss FAMU, Demetria HenderC son, center, and Jadira Clark are shown with FAMU alum, Dr. ffi Carolyn Collins. ::) .... > a: w > w c w J: en :::i ca ::) Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::) ca I ...J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J u. u I co w Attending the reception were Norris Collins, John C. Barnes and FAMU's 7th President, Dr. Walter Smith. Toya and Miguel Richards attended the event with President a. J e ie cholarship_ in the amount of '16.ooo.oo each were presented to: Minh Dang (Alonso High ) and La'Teri a A. Bellman (Col legiate Winter H an:n High). Scholarships totaling S8o,ooo.oo w e r e presen t ed t o Jasmine N. Lullen ( \ esley Chapel High), Alexis Cherry (King High) and China Alexander (Bloomingdale High). The l o n e $85,000 sc h o l arship wa presente d to Quesly Daniel, King High School. A r ece ption for the g u ests was h e ld a t the Sh eraton Wa t e rside (Photography by BRUNSON) Patsy Greene and new FAMU Board of Trustees member, Rosetta Coleman, both FAMU alumni. F AMU alum Eric Truvillion of New England Financial. Carmen Cwnmings, ;Jean Oguntade and AUi on McNeuly at th reception. .Left to .right, Angelique Fullwood;, C:herie and bavis. : Ke'Onna, Sierra, Armande, Phristi and Jayde at the reeeption.


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