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Celebrating 65 rears In The Tanzpa Bay Area _. ...-------- am1 15511 ears oun SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A YOUNG MEN VISIT THE SENTINEL "Building The Guts To Lead," a male mentoring group founded by Tampa Police Department's Major Gerald Honeywell at Middleton High School, visited the Sentinel on Thursday morning. The group toured the facility, met the staff, saw the process of putting the paper together and saw the press printing a portion of the paper. The group, chaperoned by Officer Clethen Sutton and Ms. Waters, sat down with Publisher S. Kay Andrews, and had lots of questions. They were treated to a full lunch before leaving the building. In attendance were: Michael Huggins, Demetre Taylor, Vasty Paul, John Taylor; Joseph Harris, Jotavious Henry, Wendell Lewis, Jamaal Black, Arthur Casey, Fedson Hlllare, Franck Charles and Cortney Hunter. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON) Leads Sought In Village Shooting SEE PAGE 2-A Citr, Police Okay With Kickballers SEE PAGE 11-A Contractor: Project Great For Minorities SEE PAGE 4-A Fonner Prep Star Playing In Final 4 SEE PAGE 14-A

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0 ,... 0 (\1 (\1 ...J a: l. < c a: LL. Feab..Jres Children lniured In Car Accident DAWN POWELL ..... driver of vehicle containing children injured in accident. She was not injured. CLEARWATERThe Clear water Police Department re ports that an accident Tuesday evening left several people with injuries, including three child ren. According to officials Dawn Powell, 26, turned into the path o f Pasquale DeCunto's v ehicle that resulted in a seri ous cras h In Powell's \ehicl e w e r e her three c hildr e n Travon McNair, 8, Bobby Brown, 2, Isaiah McNair, 7, and h e r g randmoth e r Doris Green, so. Th e impact cause d a 2-year old, Bobby BroWh, Vho was not r es trained o be ejec t e d H e a long with 8y ear-old Travon McNaiwe re.trans ported to Bayfront Medical Center with serious injuries. Th e other two p asse ng e rs sus tained non-life threa t e ning in juries and were tran s ported to local hospitals. Powell was not injured, and DeCunto was transported to Morton Plant Hospital with minor injuries Hospital officials report that Travon McNair is in ex tremely critical condition and the others have been down graded with non-life threaten ing injuries. Person Of Interest Sought In Progress Village Shootings ANTONIO STEADMAN ..... a person of interest in the shootings of four teenagers. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is reporting that an ongoing feud between two groups of teenagers erupte d into gunfire. Deputies said the two groups have been arguing over the last couple of days The argument became violent Wednesday when one group left and two of the teenagers returned in a car armed With a The teenagers riding in a sil ver 4-door mid-size car with Stray bullets riddled this house on Allamanda Street as the ocCharlie Daniels, ducked for cover. (In the 4-2 Folder unC:ler uaniel's House) tinted windows approached the group who was standing along Allamanda Street in Progress Village. Deputies said one occupant inside the vehicle fired several shots, striking four victims. Hospitalized in stable condi tion are Preston Young, 16; Michael Simpson, 16; Quadarrius Brown, 16, and Elijah Wilson Anderson, 13. Deputies were able to identify the suspect vehicle as a silver 2000 Dodge Neon, tag number ofN533WN. Deputies are looking for Antonio steadman, 25, who was identified by a witness as one of the people seen fleeing the scene in the vehicle. He is being called a person of inter est. Charlie Daniels, whose home was hit by several of the bullets fired, witnessed some of the incident. "I was inside my house and saw a group of about 10 boys and girls walking by. All of a sudden, a car stopped and the bullets started flying. I heard about 10 to 12 shots. I started ducking fast, but I did see the kids dropping their things arid running. The person firing the shots kept firing at the kids who were running away. Most of them ran through my yard." Daniels said when he went to the house behind his hous e he saw two of the t ee nag e r s l aying on the floor blee ding. "I've be e n living in my hom since 1963 and I 've nev e r see n anything like this I have bull e t holes in the side of my hou se and my utility room. If I had been standing on my carport when this started I would have been shot. Preston Young's mother, Monica, said she s very upset about the incident. "The kids normally get into fights, but nothing at this l evel. My son and two of the others who were shot weren't in volved in this in any way. They had no idea what it was all about." Ms. Youngsaidafull-grown man being involved in this makes no sense. Why would a guy in his mid20s be associating with these kids? He had no business around them at all." Ms. Young said her son is going to be fine. "He's a trooper. He's not suf fering any emotional after ef fects from this, but we will keep our eyes on him." All of the wounded teens were residents of Progress Vil lage. Deputies are asking anyone who may have additional in formation or know the sus pects to call (813) 247-8200. ..... ,y lC">&ar ./r.>r .. 248-1921 Plwe,eqJrlfkp#wq &. V.idee I ..3.!15..3 7 www.gpweckllngs.com 1-1 6x20 wau Pa1rait 24-10x12 Sb'ybook Album 100-4x5 Bridal Album FREE Engagement Session FREE PHOTO CD FREE Wedding Vtdeo UNLIMITED Time & Location $799.00+ Tax Umited Time Only

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., Feature Tampa Familv's Remains Possiblv Found In Everglades )> )> "0 BY IRIS B Sentinel City Editor On Wedn e sday mornin g Bro ward County She riff s Office diver s dis cov e red a Dodg e Caravan in th e wat e r 31.5 miles from a b o at ramp along Interstate 7 5 The divers were conducting a routine training exercise in the canals when the discov ery was made. The divers entered the canal at the Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area formerly known as Alligator Alley, in Western Broward County. During the course of the exercise, the divers dis covered two vehicles, a Mus tang and a Honda. They continued to dive and shortly before 11 a.m., discovered an older model green Dodge Caravan in 18 feet of water. The vehicle was covered heavily in algae. Upon closer inspection, they found human remains inside. The Broward County Sheriffs Office and crime scene d e t e ctive s r es p o nd e d to th e s cen e and collected addi tional e"idence a s th e div e r s continued th e ir se ar ch. On W e dn es day aft e rn oo n th e mini, an w as c o v e r e d with a tarp a nd tran s port e d to the Broward Counn Medical Examiner s Office. A spokesperson for the Broward County Sheriffs Office said, "We are conducting a death investigation. There were remains of at least one person in the van, but we are not speculating on the iden tity of the body Family Reported Missing On July 6, 1999, the Sentinel printed the article about Mrs. Nelta Jacques, 26, and her two daughters, Johanna St. Louis, 7, and Juanita Jacques, 5, who were last seen leaving Fort Lauderdale en route to Tampa, but never arrived. Mrs. Jacques was six months pregnant at the time. The article stated that her ''CALL RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY -------. !813 ) 892-8193 i --------' Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS -.r MR. VJ AND MRS. EMMA HENRY'S SON KEITH AND EJ HENRY-OWNERS turncd to Florida on June 1 '. JJ She had l eft the girls in Fort _!\) I..audt rdalt with family N 0 ... The whidt' slw wns 0 was described as 11 1996 Dodg e Carn\'an with a FL lice n s e plat e ET02 7 G The v e hicle wns register e d to both Mrs. Jucques and her hushnnd, Jean Jucques. Chevulier said sh e l eft during in a storm pespit e being warned against it. A missing persons report was filed with the Tampa Police Department. A spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department directed all questions about Mrs. Nelta Jacques and her two daughters, Johanna St. Louis, 7, and Juanita Jacques, 5 were reported missing on June 2 1999, to Tampa Police. A van that could possibly belong to Mrs. Jacques, was pulled from the Everglades Wednesday afternoon by the Broward County Sheriff's Office. brother, Val Brun Chevalier, said the last communi cation she had with her family was on the night of June 2"d. She had been in Fort Lauderdale visiting her father, and the father called to make sure that the family had arrived safely. the bodies to Broward County. "This is not a Tampa Police Department investiga tion and there is no confir-., mation that this is related to 6 -Mrs. Jacques, a native of Haiti, had visited her home town on May 261h, and reany Tampa Police Depart ment case, the spokesperson said. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE IRIIProtessional Stlndce! Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages,Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week 0 )> en m z ::j z m r;m c: rr-z "0 c: m r-c;; ::z: m 0 m < m JJ -< -t c: m en 0 :1:1!' < )> z 0 ., 0

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0 eatures r" 0 N Encore Contractor: a.. ; 'Great Opportunitv For Minorities' c a: u. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Thur s day, m ore th an 5 ,000 p e opl e converged o n th e s it e of old C e ntral Park Village to appl y for jobs dur ing the Encore Job Fair. Of that number, thousands will be hired. Genera l Contractor Wilbert Malphus, of Mal phus & Son Construction Company who is in charge of the Encore D evelopment Proj ect sa id I want to thank everyone for com in g and showing interest in this proj ect. This is a great opportunity for minorities a nd we will b e hiring about 20% of those who applied." Malphus stated that a mandate requires that minori ties make up 30% of those hired for the project. He fur ther stated that this is the first opportunity for a local minorC ity contractor to be involved in fE a project of this magnitude. c "Many times when we lea.rn about jobs of this magnitude, all of the jobs have already been selected. This gives me an opportunity to W help put some of those who I have worked with in the past t back to work. I will be able to w > w c w ::J: (/) This aerial photograph shows the line of applicants seeking employment during the Encore Job Fair last week. Inset-Wilbert Malphus, General Contractor for the Encore construction Project. rekindle relationships with some of those contractors Malphus stated that since the job fair he has been con tacted everyda y by those wishing to apply. He stated that no other applications will be accepted. A data base will be estab lished and everything will be online. If a person who ap plied does not see his name on the list, contact us and it will be added. We will share this data base with any agency wanting to hire people. There is no need to call those who are going to be qired will be contacted." Once the data base has been established the names will be placed in categories and those individuals will be contacted. The first individu als to be hired are those living in public housing and former residents of Central Park Pub lic Housing. As General Contractor for the project, Malphus said he has received excellent support from Richard Zahn, CEO of ZMG, Construction Manager for the project. :::; m ::: a. The Tampa Chapter z ..J ..J ::: m ..J w z i= z w (/) I ( a: 0 ..J LL u. s. Senate Candidate Completes Historic Petition Campaign BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last April State R ep. Kendrick Meek launched a signature campaign as a can didat e for the U.S Senate post vacated b y Senator Mel Martinez. Earlier th is week, Rep. Meek subm itt e d more than 140,000 sig natur es to the Miami-Dade County Supervi sor of Elections Office This successful campaign marks the first time in state history that a candidate has qualified for the ballot by peti tion. The other method of qualifying requires the candi date to pay a filing fee of ap proximatel y $10,000. Rep. Meek told the Sentinel during a telephone in terview "I thought it was very important to reach out to Floridians and ask their per mission to be placed on the ballot. "This effort has made me a better candidate and if God is willing will make me a better Senator. I'm very excited, pleased, overwhelmed, humbled." Rep. Meek further stated that he was required to obtain 112,476 signatures to qualify. However, he received more than 145,000 signatures from voters in all 67 Florida coun ties. "We have made history in REP. KENDRICK MEEK ... Candidate for U.S. Senate th e spring to qu a lify for the ballot. Now, I'm lookin g for ward to making hi story in the fall by becoming the n ext U.S. Senator to represent the citi zens of Florida, Rep. Meek stated. Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorori _ty Presents April11, >:.: est: A First LaW; Affair Dessert Receptiotl:'!: laza, 5303 West'l(ennedy Bbulevard $25liMI r ... Tickets can be purchased by calling 813-417-0486; 813-505-5576; 305-609-5228 or 772-519-2782

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editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN t US PS 2C2 4 0 2207 21st Ave '1Ue Tampa F lonoa 33605 1 813 1 2-18-921 P u:Jirshed E very T uesday and F nday B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co Member of Nat1onal Newspaper Publrshers Assoc ia tiOn ( NNPA J POSTMASTER : S end Addr ess Cha ng e T o Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P .O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Pe nodical Postage Pa 1 d At Tampa FL C Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions$44 00 -6 Months Both Editions : $87 00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists 0< Guest Writers do not necessarily rofledthe stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin 0< the Publisher. I The Countv Auditor--Not Again I As celebrity Rodney King (whose moment of fame came when he was caught on video being brutalized by California State Troopers) would say, "Can' t we all just get along?" He is not Rodney King, but Hillsborough County Internal Performance Auditor Jim Barnes can add another adversary to his long list of"PEOPLE-WHO-DON'T-LIKE-ME!" Clerk of Circuit Court Pat Frank has thrown her bonnet in the circle of Jim Barnes-belittlers by accusing him of having a lack of professional courtesy. Whether deserved or not, Jim Barnes' most recent ding, adds to a steady Joss of confidence in him. The question we voters should ask is why we need to pay Barnes' office more than $400,000 a year, if we must also foot a bill for outside auditors to do the same thing Barnes' department is supposed to be doing. Barnes has come under constant criticism for such things as not conforming to professional standards, taking too long to complete performance audits of various departments, as well as a lack of professional courtesy to other county staff. It appears-asAretha Franklin might say-Barnes is running out of fools, or at least allies. Maybe, it's time for Auditor Barnes to throw in the towel, especially since he has put County Administrator Pat Bean and County Attorney Renee Lee in front of the firing squad. I Future Class Size Not Bright I M aybe, if we had Paul Revere, Florida voters might wake up and save Florida schools. However, we voters obviously need our beauty sleep, which is why our children's education will suffer negative economic and social changes from now on. Look to the usual suspects. The Republican-led Legislature have been at it again, working to reduce access to the Bright Futures program and to increase class-size by pushing a constitutional amendment that allows schools to count the school's average classroom size, instead of counting students in each classroom. Who is to blame? Look in the mirror. In 2002, over-. whelmingly, voters approved an amendment that required class size to be determined by individual classroom counts. Unfortunately for parents, voters and legislators, such an amendment has become a SpongeBob myth. Instead, taking center stage is funding for more prisons, tax breaks for yacht-buyers and other more lucrative non-humanitarian purchases, to the tune of more than $to billion. Meanwhile, what has happened to our schools? Nothing! They are bloating, festering and dying. We oppose all legislation designed to increase individual class size or to reduce to Bright Futures scholarships, both which benefit our children. WAKE UP, VOTERS! There Is No Place For Bullving B is as old as the human race. It i s d o n e by men, women and g irls. Make no mi s tak e about it, bullying i s wrong, it is evil, it is degrading and it i s harmful, no matter who is doing it and what the reason for it is. Because the effects of bully ing can be devastating in it s manifestation, it must a l ways be t aken serio u s ly, dis couraged and stopped immedi a tely. Today, the entire country is in an uproar because a young school girl was bullied to death b y some insensitive classmates. To make matters worse, rumors have it that ot her stu dents. so m e m e mb e r s and some admin i strators knew of the bullY ing, but nobody did anyt hing. Rumors f;:\rth e r hav e it that most of the bullying of this young girl occurred at school. If any of this is true the schoo l will have a lot of exp lainin g to do. Every sc hool s hould ha ve a strict policy that clearly ex plains what is considered bullying. The school should have zero tolerance for bul lying and it should clearly state the severe punishment. Schools should be ab solutely certain that students, teachers and parents Hineparts And The loner I P eople often ask why I don t eat at home. I do eat at home. But the reason why I stop by my favorite greasy-spoon, from time to time, is so I can get some pri vacy, every now and again Then comes Hineparts (that's J. Algonquin Hines, but most folks call him Hineparts for short, behind his back of course). This particular morning, I was sitting where I usually sit, sipping my usual cup of coffee without cream and sugar, and counting my Lot tery tickets, when in lopes Hineparts. He has a parti cular walk that let's folks know whether he' s in a good mood or up to some mis chief. This particular morn ing, Hineparts was up to no-good. So, he slid into his usual seat, facing me, didn t say good-morning, grabbed an empty cup and made him self welcome to the coffee I paid for. Using too much cream and sugar, he watched like a sour puppy, as I sorted through my tickets. "Whatchou doin'?" Hineparts groused. Whatcou mean what I'm doin'?" I countered "You know durn well what I mean when I say what I mean! Hineparts raised his voice, which obvi ously made several cus tomers uneasy. Fixing me with a disappointed stare, Hineparts grumbled "You don't read the newspaper, do yuh?" Whatchou mean I don't read the newspaper? You the one -don't read the newspaper. And if you do read the newspaper, it's usu ally MY newspaper!" l'felt good about my de fensive response, which Hineparts ignored, any way. With bloodhound eyes and soup-cool expression, he continued, "Well, if you hadda read the papers you would know playin the lot tery is not good fuh folks, es pecially not Black folks!" "WHAT?" I barked, which made one customer al most choke on her glass of orange juice. "That's right! It was in the news: "HITTING THE LOTTERY CAN BE A CURSE! I wanted to say, "Right now, my only curse is YOU!" But instead, I just ::0 0 utHkrstand tlw school's t'ntirt' on l> St udt'll ts lt'arlwrs and par-""0 :D t'nts should lw l'IH'o uragtd r and ordertd t o n'port I\) or sig n s of bul -I\) O n ce the prinripalrt'l'l'iws 0 a report of bullying n tho rough in\'estigation must h e m ldl'. It i s better to he snft' I han son-:-. indica! ion of bul lying regardless of how in s ignificant it ma y st>em to b e s hould b e addresse d. Students must feel safe at schoo l and pare nt s must feel that th e ir children are s afe at sc hool. It is hard enough for a chi ld to attend schoo l and con centrate on hi s or h e r ed ucation A child does not n eed the extra burden of being bullied around school b y a n yo ne Schools across the nation learn from this recent sad story and don't l et it happe n f! at your sc hool. 0 J:J look ed at Hineparts, s itting at my table, drinking up m y coffee. "Man, you h ave l ost your mind," I finally s aid. "Well, if I h ave," parried Hin e parts th e n e wspaper took it. . be ca u se them 's the on es that been warnin people about c > en m z .... z m r I m c: r r m ::j z the dangers of winnin' mil lion s of dollar s and not get -""0 tin' a financial advisor, or not thinkin that bein' an in stant !: en millionaire won't change :::t you, especially if you re m c Black! "Change ME? I m laugh ed. < Of course, winnin' 30 or 40 million dollars would -< change me, regardless of my -1 color! It would change you, ffi too, you foolish rascal!" "And en that's the problem," coun-tered Hineparts. ""' "Newspaper was talkin' > about that Black felluh with i the funny name what 's his ., name? Abraham Shake-speare! Yeah, that's him! -C how he won all that money, then that white gal come along and BOOM!' 'Shoot! That'd make me not even want to be bothered with no d11rn Lottery!" I tried to explain to Hineparts that what happened to AUDraham Shakespeare was merely a fluke "A fluke-my foot, howled Hineparts! "That's one fluke I can do without! By the way; what are we havin' fuh breakfast?" I just looked at Hinesparts and shook my head. J Ci) m U1 I >

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PageSix N you an opportunity t o be that, much needed. relief m ec hani sm from th e craziness. Keep her laughing and ewn if your look s s ug ges t so m e bullfrog relations on your family tr('{', she'll want to keep seeing you because of how good she feels when you're around. ....J < c "-A Problem With Women A few weeks ago I received a lette r from a young guy who asked me to give him some tips on how to approach a young lady who piqued his interest. It was surprising that he came to me for advice, especially since I'm just as perplexed today about these complicated creatures as I was twenty-some years ago when I couldn't talk to one without stuttering as somet hing thoughtful and romantic. The fact that th e same gesture can be received in, comi?letely dif ferent ways it almost impossible 'tot a man to develop a foolproof method that he can use with every encounter. Just make sur e she's laughing with you and not at you. Being a straight up clown is never a good look. And the re's not a woman alive who'll b e proud to say that she's with Bozo. During that time frame though, I've learned that c women are as complex and different as any two sea shells you'd expect to find z along a shoreline. And their < tastes are equally individualized. But even with that being a problem, there are still two viable things a man can incorporate into his approach that will at least allow him to take his game to the next level. The first one involves hav ing a good sense of humor. With their lives often full of stressful factors that can include things like: hostile work environments, fractured family ties and unco operative baby daddies, they long for someone to offer them an escape. The second thing to remember is to always keep it real. Now that doesn' t mean to come out of the bag on her at every turn. Telling her how busted her weave job looks after she just spent four hours in a hair salon, or going on about how her mother looks better in a pair of BeBe jeans than she does, wouldn't be a good idea. The realness she craves comes from you being your self. No fronts, lies or mis leads. If you know you can't be the same person on day 120 that you were on the first day you met, then don t begin playing the role. Case in point. While being w given a flower inside of a club may come off as a corn ::;: ball move to one female, for w another, it could be viewed > Situations like these give Fak:ing can only last so long. The good Christian brother, thug or play-play millionaire act you've been w c w :l: en :J m ;:) z Iii ....J ....J ;:) m I ....J w z i= z w en a: 0 ....J "-Our Schools: Empowering Parents To Help Our Children Succeed "Students across all income levels lose math skills during summer vacation and the reading comprehension skills of disadvantage students declined most (Cooper, 1996). "Taking vacations help children to achieve higher test scores because it allows them to learn about things that exist outside of their normal environment,"(Parker & Norman, 2004). Summer school can be used to maintain students' skills (Haymon, 2009). Make regular visits to the library during the summer and allow student to explore different reading materials (Mraz and Rasinski 2007) Working a LIMITED number of hours in junior and senior years of h i gh school has a positive effect on educational attainment" (U. S. Department of Labor 2000) Helpful Tips For Parents During the summer months, keep students engaged in activities : buy math and reading workbooks for children, take small vacations (concert, beach, zoo), allow your child to attend summer visit the library regularly, help your child find or CREATE part time employment. Janissa Jackson is currently a 10th grade student who understands the import ance of education and employment. This summer she plans to continue her job which allows her to work with younger children. While working Janissa is learning skills like managing her time and money which are necessary for being employed and learoing in the classroom. She also understands the importance of working with others and following the directions of a boss. Janissa plans to attend college after graduation We wish her the best! putting. l>n. put it to rl'st. Blt:ause in the e nd both l ose S h e will be outraged for wa sting her time. And you'll be comple t e l y ashamed after beinp, cxposl'd as a fraud. Dealing with wom e n really i sn't rock e t scien ce. They just likl for us to think that I S \\'rite to Clarence at: Clarence Barr 43110-toS: Bennettsville F.C.I.: 1'. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, SC 29512 or email cbarr2@oasisnoyels,com 505 East Jackson SL Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Credtton Haraasment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW EMPWYMENT DISCRIMINATION rrft9RKERS' COMPENSATION CML SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE COlts) The Law Office Of Angela B. Wright, P.A. FELONIES AND MISDEMEANORS AGGRESSIVE MOTION PRACTICE BOND HEARINGS WARRANTS TRAFFIC VIOLATIONSILJCENSE SUSPENSIONS PROBATION VIOLATIONS CERTIFIED EXPERT CRIMINAL TRIAL ATTORNEY 300 N FRANKUN ST. 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State News Castor Announces S1 Million In Recoverv Funds For Seniors KATHY CASTOR Congresswoman Kathy Castor recentl y announced that the State Department of E lder Affairs i s receiving $1 mil lion through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to help seniors manage chronic condition s With this money from the American Recovery and Rein vestment Act, seniors will have greater access to the prevention tips and the chronic diseases management strategies they need right in their neighbor hoods, Castor said Seniors will be able to turn to senior centers, faith-based or ganizations and other locations right in their hometowns to get advice on topics including man aging arthritis, diabetes, healthy eating and exercise. Seniors will be able to avoid hospital stays and lead more independent, healthy lives." Congresswoman Supports Student Aid And Fiscal Responsibility Act Students throughout Florida will have reason to cheer when Congress passes the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act, Congresswoman Kathy Castor said. Students at historically Black colleges, Bethune Cook man F AMU and others will have even more reason to cele brate because this bill makes a significant investnient in histor ically Black schools. Castor said the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act will have a roughly $2 8 billion impact on Florida over a 10-year period. Florida students are ex pected to benefit from $2.4 bil lion in Pell Grants, making college far more affordable. In addition, the bill includes $37 million for college access grants, $121 million to modern ize community colleges and $188 million to modernize ele mentary, middle and high schools in Florida. The Jrgislation also sets aside $2.55 billion for historically Black colleges, including $61 million for schools in Florida. The money designated for historically Black colleges can be used to buy laboratory equipment and to establish or en hance teacher education programs. Grmtwich Excellence Grmtwich Excellence GREENWIO-I ASSOCIATES ..: I .....,. Glftnwidt Excellence 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 ro see what Sun Trust can do for your business, call 877.431.4899 or go to suntrust.com/business. BANK: -,. ). SUNTRUST Sun Trust Banlc, Member FDIC. C2010 Sun Trust Banks Inc Sun Trust and Live Solid Bank Sorld. are federally registefed aervioe marb of Sun Trust Banks Inc. :::tJ 0 )> ""0 :::tJ r-1\,) I\) 0 ...... 0 ., r-0 c )1. en m z m r:m c: r r-z ., c: m c en ::t: m < m -t c: m en c )1. z c ., c

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Easter Egg Hunt, Graduation Moses House i Planned For East Tampa 8 ,., lw a: BY IRIS B. HOLTO:\ Sentind Staff\\'ritt.r raistd to finish the U.. Sentinel City Editor studio. hut tlw Pro .kd :\himsa On Saturday afternoon. r es id e nt s of F ast T ampa will ha\ e an opportunity t o ce l ebrate th e upcoming h o lid ay with an Eas t e r Egg Extra\ a ga nza and Graduation Party. The e vent will t a ke plac e at th e J ackson H eights NFL Y ET Cente r 3101 E. Lake Ave nu e (corner of N. 34th Street and E. Lake Avenue), from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Ms. Sabrina Butts, Program Coordinator for the L.I.P.S.S. (Ladies In charge Powerful Secure and Safe), said h e r organization and th e City of Tampa Parks and Recreations Department joined forces with the Jackson Heights NFL YET Center to make the event possible. Some of the events on the agenda include the traditional C Easter Egg Hunt Extravaff ganza that Ms. Diedrea AnC thony, City of Tampa Parks Z and Recreation, Jackson <( Heights NFL YET Center, has c en w :::) ..... >a: w > w c w :I: en :::i Ill ::::J CL. z i= w ...I ...I ::::J Ill (L-R) Ms. Diedrea Anthony of the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation, Jackson Heights NFL YET Center, and Ms. Sabrina Butts, Program Coordinator for L.I.P.S.S., will host the event on Saturday. (Photography by BRUNSON). hosted for several years. The hunts are for all ages and prizes will be given. There will also be free food catered by Down To The Bone BBQ. There will be an adult male flag football exhibition game, the youth girl step team will perform, a bounce house, and music. L.I.P.S.S. will join in with health care screenings that include HIV and STD testing. There will be free manicures, and other services offered through vendors. Some of those vendors include Youth Education Services, HIV /STI Education and Awareness, Tampa Bay Beauty Institute, and Tampa Bay Community Events Partnership. L.I.P.S.S. is a Center for Disease Control, Community PROMISE initiative that focuses on HIV/AIDS and STI prevention and awareness among Black females between the ages of 12 and 24. Girl 'Reis!Zd In Saturday, April10, 2010-Spm@ USF College of Education -TECO Room i= 4202 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL z Tickets $10 in advance $15@Door c:i: Call 813-664-0921 for ticket purchases. c CI: Doors open at 5 : 00pm Meet & Greet the Bachelors Wine & Cheese ReceptionBidding starts promptl y at 6:00pm 0 Li Portion of Proceeds to benefit G.R.I.T .S. Youth Mentor Group Scholarship Fund. Un :\larch 16th. :.!Olll, the :\l ust's awarded a Sl.:)lH> mini-grant Proit'ct .\himsa. a Pall'! Ftntndation Cult mal Initiati\ t' that upcr alt's \liHkr thl' o f thl' Pall'! Foundati1lll for (;)obal .\himsa is a concept that ori ginates in till' ancient In dian religions of Hinduism. Buddhism and Jainism. It means 'do no harm' and e n taiis pursuing C\ lif e of non-violence. "T h e Moses House is e xtremely grateful for Project Ahimsa's support, and it fee ls honored to become part of the Project Ahimsa family ," said Lance Arney, Executive Director of Moses House. The Moses House will use the Project Ahimsa mini-grant to d eve lop it s Street Music and Turntables Workshop. The funds will purchase some of the sound equipment necessary to set up a permanent mini-studio in the Moses House building at the Sulphur Springs Cultural Center in the Mann-Wagnon Park. grant ill takt its music t duca tiun to another lt'\ t'l. Su far. Most'S !I oust' has dt ptndt'd un snund equipment loaned from the prngrnm' s di rednrs and instructors. Thc addition of studio equipnwnt tuthe Moses I louse's resoutTl capacity will allow nwre youth to tnroll in the Street Music Workshop, as well as b e nefit youth and community resi dents with open microphone eve nt s, freestyle sessions, Jive performances, and other rrlate d activities. The workshop is conducted by DJ Chang Bang, rogrnm director, with assistance from DJ James West and Moses House volunteer instructors. Moses House founder and President, Harold Richardson, said he's happy to see the youth initiative h e and his late brothe r, Tuft, had dreamed about become a reality. "I wish Taft could have been here to see this finally happen. This is what we've al ways wanted, and thanks to Lance and some others, it's getting done." Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 2607 E. 24th Ave. 241 241 1 Friday, April 2nd @1 7 P.M. The Last 7 Sayings Of Jesus l a ther, into Your h ands I c o nitllit M y s pirit Bv Pea ce Assoc iate Minister s llill -----New Millennium Community Church 4810 East Busch Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33617 I 813-728-3723 Inside The Ambassador Square Plaza Presents Ressurection Weekend coMMUNITY FESTIVAL Saturday, April 3rd 11 A.M. -3 P.M. Live Entertainment, Free Food Games, Prizes And Much Morel Sunday, Morning Services 8:30A.M. And 11:00 A.M. The Pass i on Of The Christ Performed By The NMCC Choir And Gospel Rapper Supaman The Spoken Word By K i ss K isha The Preached Word By Reverend Michael Neely

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--------------------------------------------------------------.. 0 )> Former Tampan Inducted Into Hall 01 Fame For Distinguished Accomplishments In Education _-< )> "tJ ::D r 1\) 1\) 0 DR. EDWARD C. BRlfrON Dr. Edward C. Bruton, a former Tampan and a 1957 graduate 9f Middleton High School, was inducted into the Hall of Fame For Distin guished Accomplishments in Education for 2009. Dr. Bruton is the son of the late Mr. Elliott C. and the late Mrs. Rosa Bruton, Sr. Before moving to New York, Dr. Bruton studied at Knoxville College for 3 years. He holds an A. A degree from New York City College of Tech nology, a B. A. and M. S. Ed. degrees from the College of Staten Island, and Advanced Certificate from New York l.Ini\er sity, a Ph.D. fro m Pa cific Wes t e rn l!ni\ e r sity and a \1. S. Ed. from th e City Colle g e of :\ew Y ork. His Ph.D. diss er tation was on The Extent To Which Black s and His panic s (Latino s ) in Public Eclurat10n R ely On Th e Sch ool To :\chi e \ e Social ... Dr. Bruton serwd a s a sub s titute Spani s h teacher at id dleton, then move d on to i'Jew York and New Jersey where he was a Pre-K High School teacher of Spanish, French and ESL (English as a Second Language). Dr. Bruton is listed in the 2000 edition of Notable Amer ican Men, the First Illustrated Edition, and The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership. He was also hon ored as being a Man of the Year and Catholic Big Brother. He has won many other awards. Dr. Bruton has traveled to Canada, U. S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. He is now re tired. When his health improves, Dr. Bruton plans to visit Haiti, the Dominica Republic, Mexico and France. Dr. Bruton is an avid and Contest Finalist Seeks Career In Modeling MIKA YLA WilSON ... Chosen as finalist in Miss Teen Tampa Contest BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Although MiKayla Wilson knew about the annual "Miss Teen Tampa Contest," she had not given any thought to enter. What she didn t know was someone from Middleton High School had submitted her name as a contestant. The young lady was excited, but her mother, Ms. Tamara Hightower made sure that everything was legitimate be fore they decided to participate. "After we were notified, we decided that she would partici pate. Everything happened so quickly. We did everything in about three weeks," Ms. High. tower said. The pageant was held on March 21st, and while MiKayla didn t win sh e was chosen as one of the ten final ists. She enjoyed competing and plans to continue in the next competition in December. The pageant offered excite ment for both mom and daugh ter, exposing them to an industry they hadn' t been in volved in before. "We had two photographers who ap proached us and wanted to do photo shoots of her," Ms. Hightower said MiKayla's future plans in clude having more than one ca reer. After graduating from Jefferson High School, MiKayla, who is a sophomore, plans to enroll at the University of South Florida as a Physical Therapy major. Meanwhile, she will continue to pursue dual careers as a model and fashion designer. A single parent, Ms. Hightower said she is extremely proud of MiKayla doing so well the first time she has com peted. She further stated that the December competition will include young ladies from other cities. MiKayla has a younger brother, Jeremiah, and she is the granddaughter of Ms. Sadie Wnson, the late Ms. Viola Hightower, and the late James Wilson. She is a member of Mount Tabor Mis sionary Baptist Church. lon g tim e subscrib e r t o the Sentine l and w o uld enjo y h e arin g fro m cla ss mates: 84 5 Rin' r side Dr.. :\pt. 48 Y ork. :;-,. y Hl' ha:; b e en trYing to locatl' Rubye L. Daniels. Bl'ltye Jean Thomas. Inez Collins. Freddit Rrtl\\'tl, l lurulti Martin. Theodort' Mylts and Otto Nnthnnil'l .Johnson. r 0 0 )> (J) m z :j z m ':"" m c: r r z "'0 c: m c (J) ::I: m c

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Religious Event Comedv And Gospel Combine For Bav Area Event A N i ght of P RAISE & LAUGHTER i s a n e l ec t rifyi n g event tha t will f eature a com bin a t io n o f so m e of the m os t t a l ente d gosp e l r ecording a rt ists and funni es t clea n come d y com e di a n s The event include s including, Stellar Aw ard-winning and three-time Grammy nominated Gospel artist, Tye Tribbett And GA; Ste ll a r Award-winning and Grammy nominated gospel recording arti s t Canton Jones. Als o Awa rd-winni n g r a d io host ac t o r and Co m e dian Rickey Smiley. There will b e s p ec i a l p erformances b y co m edians w h o h ave appeare d on BET ComicV iew and Showtime At the Apollo : Com e di enne GL Douglas, C omedia n Goldiee, Com edian Sean Sarvis, and Com edian Ced Delaney. Also in attendance a t the VIP Meet And Greet Reception will b e a 2 008 Wo rld S e ri es C h ampion and three-tim e All St a r MLB Pl aye r Thomas "Flash" Gordon, and N FL All St a r cornerbac k s Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie of the Arizona C ardina l s, Mike Jenkins of the Dall a s Cowbo ys and Fabian Washington of the Baltimore Ravens who are known a s the Cornerba ck Con n ection. A Night of PRAISE and c a: LL c z c( c en w ::) t-> a: w Gj c w J: en ::::J m ::) 11. z tu ..I ..I ::) m ..!. w z ;:: z w en c( c a: 0 ..I LL c( 0 .... Come hear the seven (7} last words of Jesus from the cross. Seven (7) dynamic will be teaching and preaching these severf' (7) statements that Jesus made while hang. i ng on the cross one Friday. Come and hear how God turned this whole day around from what was a bad Friday into a good Friday. .,.. : Don t miss this. This is a dress up day. Let's ":"" < put it on right to make a statement for our Lord Jesus The program is 12:00 Noon to 3:00 P.M. The Mass Choir will sing and our Adult Ushers will serve The seven (7) KWds with scripture and preachers (1) Father. forgive them; for they know not what they do. Luke 23.: 34 Min. Rtmdy Randolph (2) Verily I say unto thee, Today shalt thou be with me in paradise L.ulre 23:.c3 -Rev. Blooldyn Nelson (3) Eli Eli, lama Sabchthani My God, my God why hast thou forsaken me? Matt Rev. Ouantai Washington (4) I thirst . .John 1tiiB-Rev. John Etheridge (5) lt\tlman, behold thy son. John 19:26 -Rev Danny Osbome '(6) It is finished . John 18:30-Rev. JfHTY Alexander (7) Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit. Luke 23:46-Dr. HenlY J.Lyons your lunch d uri ng lhle hour journey ttvough the scriptures we wlll offer you hot fish dinners $5 00 and fish sandwi ches $3.00 New Salem Missionary Baptist Church 405 N Oregon Avenue Tampa. FL 33606 (813) 251-3389 BISHOP CLAYTON FERGUSON, And PASTOR & ELDER OOROllfY FERGUSON Sunday School 10 A.M Sunday Worship Services 11 A.M Evening Service 6 P.M. Wednesday: Bible Study 7 P.M. Friday Youth Evangelist Night ?P.M. 4610 I;. Hanna Ave. (Hanna/47th St.) Tampa, 33610 (813) 621-8830 Servant Carnell & Bettye Upshaw, Pastor & First Lady Present The Seven Last Sayings Of Jesus From The Cross Come And Hear Seven Anointed Men And Women Of God Bless Your Heart W_ith The Sayings Of Jesus From The Cross. .. ----5th Word: MINISTER BO 2nd Word: PASTOR CARNELL UPSRAW Covenant Baptist Church RANDALL HARRINGTON Ufe In Christ Northside MB B. ChlXCh L\l' GHTER is mort' than just an of t'nh'rtainllll'nt. hut it is also an tnnt that will allow many dmritabk foundations ami hwal ehurehl's till' Bay area the opportunity to raist money for their tion/ministry. Those in attendance are asked to support the Haiti Relief Food Drive on April 23rd by bringing non-perishable food ihms to tiw t'\'l'nt ( eamwd rit't'. l'ld. All thost who partidpntt' in food dri\'l' will rt'l't'i\'l' rnffit that \\ill thtm nn opportunity to win prizes tlw A of PRAISE & lJ\lJGHTER will be ht'ld nt Without Walls Central Churth. m Carpenters Way, l.nkl'land, FL 33809 on Friday, April 23, 2010. Greater Mt .. Carmel 4209 North 34th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 (813) 238-3491 Charles E. Cloy, Pastor Join Us For RESURRECTION DAY WORSHIP . ( ,. 6:00 A.M & 10:30 A.M. Easter Pageant -5:30 P. Where Your Breakthrough Is Coming Through A Min Of The AMEC Theme : "A NEW BEGINNING" lv:;ts 1 :20-26 23rd -24th, 2010 Hotel Banquet Hall 2701 E. Fowler Avenue FL. 33617 For mara informatlon c:onllld Rev. Pauline L C'..ole Ill (813) or emal: W02Int@neiZero. com lnkmllllonll .ag Women 01 Zlcr! 11 .-n.llol.a.lnc. Alracling Naaon. 'T1wou!tt Jetus Cm.t REGIITAAT10N & INFOAIIA1lON For more per1llirq to .....-n'wo.:JI OF GOO cORRENcE; ....... Ead'l penon .. i6ij1Uiilbe d mllci'lg hll or lwhald NeMYJion. uee'lllebMe . tar room "'*' diNdlonl. $160 b OOipollllioi ; $76 b pdt bulnel; and S50 tar non prolll (P*8e pi--.t -'lcallon d .... FUI-Pige 5100; OLwterpag,m; awn. $12.50 and Caljiie,.,. CntY $5:00 I ;. -ftliUi*alal, Y/ui1IIRipe, lln:flllon. -... -pif.n; lemiZIId Fee:._. ..... $10-'* Plalirun 1M: .., Gc*S LAMI: $1,000 Slwlruwt

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Local Kickball Team To Host Easter Extravaganza BY LEON B. CRE\VS Sentinel Staff Writer On Sunday, A pril 4th at 2 :30 p .m., the Tampa H e ight s / Rob l es Park Women 's Kickball Team In Too D ee p will h os t their third annual Easter Extravaganza The eve nt will b e held in the park that s urrounds the pond in Robles Park. The event is free to the public, and everyone is invited to at tend Free food and beverages will be provided and for the kids there will be games and an Easter egg hunt. In Too Deep Women's Kickball thanks Train Promotions, Is abomb Productions, and TIC Love The Kids Movement for helping them sponsor this event. IN TOO DEEP WOMEN'S KICKBALL TEAM Citv OHicials, law Enforcement On Board For New Kickball Season NEED HELP FILLING OUT YOUR 201 0 CENSUS Come To NEW BRIGHT & MORNING STAR M. B. CHURCH BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer T h e City of.Tampa Parks and R ecreation Department and the Tampa Police Department are a ll on board for this year s Women's Kickball season. Parks and Recreation D e p a rt m ent spokesperson, Linda Carlo, said they have met with some of the teams and everything is fine. "They have a great communi cation network, but they aren't all organi ze d We are getting word of their events prior to the games. There have b ee n some complaints, but as long as ther e are1;1't any problems with the crowd size, and traffic isn t a problem we don t have a prob lem. Tampa Police Captain Roosevelt "Rocky" Ratliff, said he met with the organizers last week, and reports there aren't any problems. "We will monitor the games and i f the c rowds dori't get too big everything will be fine. "We've made sllre the y provide a schedule of their games in ad vance, and they have hired some off-duty police officers for secu rity. Capt. Ratliff said word about the games is being spread through text messages and fliers. (' ..elebnrti ng 65 Years 1805 N. Albany Ave. Tampa, Fl 33607 On Saturday, April 3, 2010 ** 12-2 p. m. Volunteers Will Be Available To Help You Fill Out Your Census Report. THIS IS A FREE SERVICE. Bring The Names And Dates Of Birth Of All Household Members Contact: Ernestine Givens (813) 766-4852 For Further Information. NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED. Will Come Are You Ready Basic Instruction Before Leaving Earth John 3:16-18 John 1:12 Romans 10: 8-10 Tampa For CHRIST 813-986-0878 2921 29th Street JJ 0 )> _-< )> "'0 JJ r N 0 ...... 0 r 0 :c c )> CJ) m z ::::! z m r I m c r r !!1 z "0 c m c CJ) ::I: m c m < m :c -< -t c m CJ) c )> z c 'TI :c c ...... ...... )>

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-oca Muslim Alliance Responds ToAnackOn President Obama a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter T he cove r o f l as t week 's Tam pa Bay Tim es ( TBT th e free t a bl o id o f the St. P e t e r s burg Tim es) d epic ted President Barack Obama as a devil with horns sticking o ut from his head. If that wasn't bad eno ugh, an internal article d escri bed President Obarna as being an antichrist, Muslim, racist and Nazi. Tampa Bay Muslim Alliance Vice President Hakim Aquil, said anytime you have a Democracy, you're vote d in or o ut of office. "Why i s President Obama being attacked on is s u es that hav e nothing to do with D e mocrac y ? You can at-tack hi s po licies, but the perC sonal attacks appear to be a: racist in nature and are d e LL faming. The hypocracy of the < w hol e thing is President George W. Bush was never C attacked lik e this. The Repubffi lican Party wants President Obarna's term in office to be >a: a failure and they're doing w everything they can to make > that happen. w In reference to President Obarna being called a Muslim, Brother Aquil said they :::; made it appear that being a m Mus lim is a bad thing. "Muslim nations loan z money to this country all the time. When it comes to oil, it's ;.J alright to do business with ..J ::) m ..J w z i= z w U) I i: a: 0 ..J LL La1sn1es (Any Mary Kay Produ cts Call 813-900-11 4 /3/1 0 HAKIMAQUIL Muslim nations, but it's wrong to b e a Muslim reli giously. That's hypocracy." Brother Aquil sa id what's bad for all of us is we've become a country di vided. "If there s an election whe r e the Republican s a r e in power the Democrats will speak out. "President Obama isn t b eing given the same oppor tunity as Bush to get thing s straight. We ve become a country of people who have taken sides, instead of the unity this country was founded on. Economic times are bad for all of us, and this isn't the time for this kind of stuff." Brother Aquil said he will address the subject again on his radio show this week end, and the topic will be Respect For Authority." He has invited Tampa City Council Chairman, Thomas Scott, to appear on the show. On Tuesday .. -\pril 6'". J en nings .\Iiddle School. 9325 G o e rn ors Run Squ a re. Seffner. ''ill host their Spri n g 2010 Famil y Fun 1'\ig ht. Th e e Y ent "ill t a k e plac e b e twe e n 5 :30 p .m. and 7:30p. m . at the scho ol. Durin g th e e Y e nt. p a r e nt s will b e prO\ided with u seful information for the upcoming school year PSAT, the Ed line, and more. The school will also host its Student vs. Teacher Basketball Game, be ginning at 6:30 p .m. Ms. Joann Johnson is the principal. For more information con tact Ms. CaLeathiea Cornelius at (813) 740-4575. Students Panicipated In Mid-Winter Golf Class The Franklin Middle Mag net School Golf Academy par ticipated in the Mid-Winter Golf Classic at Rog ers Park Golf Course, 7911 N. Willie Black Drive Franklin Golf Academ y stu dents spent the afternoon at the Legends Youth Golf Clinic with Jim Dent, Adrian Stills, and other guest profes sionals who will share tips with the students. During the evening, the stu dents will attend the National Black Golf Hall of Fame induction Ceremony and Dinner at the University of South Florida Embassy Suites. The Franklin Golf Academy is a partnership between Hills borough County Public Schools, the First Tee of Tampa Bay, and the Tampa Sports Authority. Hundreds To Participate In $Pacial Easter Service More than eight hundred people are expected to experi ence an illustrated sermon "On the Path to the Promise", during a special worship seryice on Sunday, April 4, 2010 at the Deeper Life Chris tian Church, 3300 N. :Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, beginning at 10 a.m. Immediately after the serv ice, the church will spearhead a giant Easter egg hunt for the community's children ages 11 years old and younger. The Easter egg hunt will be held at Borrell Park, 8o8 E. 261 h Avenue, in Tampa. For information, consult the church s website at www. thedeeperlifechristianchurch.com or contact a church representative at (813) 229-6805. In The Spotlight CONITA Say hello to Conita and welcome her as this week's feature. Known affectionately by her friends. as "Lady Sweet Pea," Conita has that special something that's hard to describe and even harder to find. This young lady lights up every room she enters, and has no problem making new friends. Conita is a very focused young lady and has career goals that she will never forsake or allow anything to distract her. When it comes down to her serious side and the man in her life, Conita said he mtist be mature; handsome self-li re ant, respectful,.an4 able to knock a woman off her feet. Congratulations to Conita.as this week's Spotlight feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spot light, please send your information and photo, including a con tact number to:jjohnson@flsentineLcom.

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TY'PRINCYA Even though I ca n t be with you on your specia l day, I jus t want you to know that Uncle Mean l oves you a l ways Uncle Mean, a.k .a., Queshad. TY'PRINCYA Giving a s hout out to m y old es t niece on her special day! Love, Uncle Ahmad. TY TY And E.E. Happy wth birthday to my twin cousin, Miss Ty Ty. Stay out of our lane while we do our thing. It's only right. Love, E. E. and Auntie Princess. GMa'slaby GRANDMA MARVA And TY'PRINCYA Wishing you another year filled with happiness and adventtire. Love, Grandma Marva. TY'PRINCYA To th e world you may b e one p e r so n but t o me, you are th e world. It takes only a few seco nd t o say, I l ove you But it will t a k e m e a n e ntir e lif e tim e t o s h ow you h ow mu c h H a pp y birthd ay L ove you r m o mmy, Deanna. DEANNA THOMPSON And EUGENIA WELCH Wishing our best friend, Gina and her man, Derrick, a happy birthday. Love always, Hotdog and Dame. P. S. Just chill homie, I only have 5 days left. We'll celebrate when I jump. HappyHinhday, TV'TV DEANNA THOMPSON And TY'PRINCYA WHITE Birthday wishes are being sent out to my precious stone, "Miss Ty'Prlncya White," who will be the big "10" tomorrow. She will be celebrating the weekend in Orlando with family and friends -I love you Stanka. From the one who loves you the most. Your mommy, Deanna and stepdaddy, Tony. r I / MS. VALENCIA FELlS And Dad, MR. FELlS H a ppy birthday t o my d a u g ht er, Valencia Fell s I would lik e to say enjoy your day o n April :1. 2010 a t that und e r Thund er. Com in g fro m your daddy Mr. Joseph Fells. What ATop Couple MRS. BOONE Happy birthday to my wife. It's only right I send my wife a birthday shout. Your husband Mr. Boone. QUESHAD, a.k.a., MEAN Even though you couldn't be here to celebrate your day with the family, you are always thought of each and every day. Stay strong, it won't be long. Happy birthday, Queshad! Love_,__tlle family, kids, Marva, Ahmad, Deanna and Toya. Happy Anniversary DEE And VON Three years we will never come, 2nd to none. Love you Weddina Speciaf S999 & C{)id'eo Must bok by May 1st, 2010 1 DVO wedding & reception 1 wedding album 150 4x6 prints Streets & Streets 5J?ftotograpft'! & C{)ideo (813) 205-3531 or (813) 657-1434 www .streetsandstreets.com -Homegoing-Service 3 hFS. $199,99 3 or COs wjlb 100.jmages ::0 c )> _-< )> "0 ::0 r 1\) 1\) 0 ....... 0 I 0 :II 0 )> en m z :j z m I I m c: I I m ::1 z "tJ c: m c en ::::1: m 0 m ---4 c: m en 0 )> z c :!:! 0 ..... ..... )>

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0 --____________________________________________________________________________ __ Former local High School Star Plaving In Final Four SHAWN VANZANT or \\'est \'irginia. Vanzant was an all-state guard at \\'barton and is the only player in that school's history to make the varsity squad as a freshman. In his four seasons at Wharton, Vanzant helped them com pile a 98-18 record and in the 2006-2007 season, he led them to a 29-2 record, a district championship and the class sA regional finals Former Wharton High School basketball star, Shawn Vanzant is playing in college basketballis final four in Indianapolis, Indiana. Vanzant is a junior guard C with the Butler Bulldogs who fE will be facing the Michigan 0 State Spartans for a berth in z the finals against either Duke Vanzant was named the Tampa Tribune's Hillsborough County Boys Basketball Player of the Year, named coplayer of the year by the Tampa Bay Coaches Association, and was selected to play in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Classic. Vanzant was named MVP of the all-conference squad in the 2006-2007 season and made the all county team as a junior. <( --------------------------------------------0 en w ::: .... ii: Steelers 'Disappointed' With Holmes Incident w >lr-----: being accused in a lawsuit of assaulting a woman in an Orlando nightclub. w c w :z:: en ::::i m ::: ll. z t= w ..... ..... ::: m ...:. w z t= z w SANTONIO HOLMES The lawsuit followed a sepa rate incident involving quar terback Ben Roethlisberger, who became the subject of a police investigation after a college student alleged he assaulted her in a Georgia nightclub. en PITTSBURGH -( Pittsburgh Steelers president a: Art Rooney II says the team 0 is "disappointed" wide receiver Santonio Holmes is Since 2006, Holmes has been charged with marijuana possession in Pittsburgh, domestic violence in Ohio and disorderly conduct in Florida. The marijuana and domestic violence charges were dropped. The disorderly conduct charge was dropped in exchange for a $250 donation to a police officers trust fund. <( I "':t ,.... w CJ Ages 5-17 9 one-week camps June 14-August 13 Arts & Crafts Team Sports Games Sports Clinics Field Trips Special Events Special Interest Camp too! Sibling Discounts, Reduced Fees and Scholarships Available REGISTRA TlON I NFORMA TlON City ofTampa Resident Priority March 29-April 2 or until full Open Registration April 3 or until full Che<:k out our web site for camp dates, locations and registration details arr-c.., 'f www. tampaqov.net/parksandrec IIECilUriDJI .. .. ... McNabb Prefers Arizona As Landing Spot DO NOV AN MCNABB Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb may be just what the Arizona Cardinals are looking for. Barring unforeseen development by Matt Leinart, McNabb may land in the desert. Kings lose McGuire To Footlniurv DOMINIC MCGUIRE SACRAMENTO, CA --The Sacramento Kings say swing man Dominic McGuire will miss the rest of the season with an injured right foot. The team says tests conducted Monday in Indianapolis confirmed that McGuire has a torn right plantar fascia He hurt himself in the first quarter of Sunday's 97-90 loss in Cleveland. Obama Will Throw Out First Pitch --Baruc.k Obama will throw out thl' l'l'rl'monial first hall at thl' Washington Nationals' opl'n er. marking the 10oth anni\'ersary of a presidential pitch to start the season \\'illiam Howurd Tuft first did it on April q, ll)IO. This will be the 48th time a president has made an openingday pitch in the nation's capi tal. The Nationals open at home on April 5 against the Philadelphia Phillies. "I am proud that President Obama will continue the long presidential tradition of throwing out the first pitch of opening day in Washington, D.C.," baseball commissioner Bud Selig said. Obama threw out the first pitch at last year's All-Star PRES. BARACK OBAMA game in St. Louis, wearing a White Sox jacket. Wade Seeking Sole custodv 01 Two Kids MIAMI --Dwyane Wade wants sole custody of his two sons, saying in court filings that his estranged wife cannot "be considered a fit and proper person" to raise their chil dren. Wade may decide not to play in this summer's world championships in order to spend more time with his sons, ages 8 and 2. Documents obtained that the star Miami Heat guard cites as reasons for custody, including allegations against Siohvaughn Wade that include threatening behavior, extramarital affairs, abusive parenting methods and unwillingness to let Wade see DWYANEWADE his children The custody pleas are to be presented in court today (Friday) in Chicago The couple separated in August 2007. Unity Youth Football Conference 2010 REGISTRATION COPELAND PARK SAINTS AYF 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 (811) 312-0093-Saints

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Sports Killer Of FlU Running Back Turns Himself In KENDALL BERRY "In our sorrow, we must come together," FlU president Mark B. Rosenberg said. After a frantic search began for the murder of Florida International University running back Kendall Berry, the person responsible for the act has already come for ward for his deed. Quentin Rashad Wyche, 22, turned himself into authorities and held himself accountable for the stabbing death of Berry on Friday night, according to MiamiDade police. Authorities are charging Wyche with second-degree murder and he i s currenth being held \\ithout b o nd According to imestigators, the fatal assault started after a verbal altercation between the hvo as \Vyche respond ed by stabbing Berry with an unknown sharp object on Thursday night around 9 p.m. Turning himself in, Wyche was able to cool down the FlU community, which was on high alert after hearing the news of Berry's death. Implementing more security for students and providing grief assistance, the university was essentially on lock down. Those that knew of Berry never knew him to be one to become involved in any heated exchanges. "To talk about him as a foot ball player would underscore him," Berry's high school coach, Bill Buldini said. "As great as a player as he was for us, he was a great person. He was a good kid. Never had any problems with Kendall. Never got in any trouble. I used to tell kids, if you were looking for a role model, look at Kendall Berry." Nets DefiniteiV An Option For Amar'e AMAR'E STOUDEMIRE Suns All-Star Amar'e Stoudemire couldbecome a free agent thi s s umm e r and if there' s one t ea m h e's not rul ing out, it's the New J e rs ey Nets. The Nets will avoided becoming the worst team in NBA history and with a new owner, new arena and a 25-percent chance of landing the top pick in the draft, they co uld b eco m e th e team of the future. AngrvKobe Pushing takers \ Kobe Bryant can become combustible when he teammates standing around. Bryant wasn't happy at the end of that game, punching a chair during a timeout with 38.1 seconds left as the Lakers fell to 2-2 on a five-game trip that ended Wednesday night in Atlanta. On Tuesday, Bryantstarted the interview by dryly saying he was in a "very jovial" mood Monday n!gllt. Then he said why he wa5 so angry. "It's important for rrie to put my fo "0 :::0 r-;n 0 (/) m z m r;m c: rr-z "1:J c: m r-0 % m 0 m < m -4 c: m (/) )> z c

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0 0 entertainment N ...J a: 0.. < Khia Speaks On Love For Lil wavne c--.......-:::"1""'"'!" a: u.. c a: u.. c z KHIA Rapper and Tampa native Khia h as never b ee n known to h old h e r tongue a nd th ese days it's no different. The "My Neck, My Back one-hit wonder is doing her best to promote an upcoming double disc album through disses and controversy. As previousl y r e ported, s he dissed her longtime foe Trina after nude pictures of her leaked from cellphone Now however she's once again professing her lo\'e for Lil \Vayne and questioning the Young Money heads' female protege. Speaking in a n inter\'iew, Khia makes it known that s h e's always been a longtime "supporter" of Lil Wayne and speaks avidly on her hopes of being a part of hi s harem of women While s h e says s h e doesn't want to hav e any of hi s bal;>ies, he's the king"' anQ can hav e iall th e wives h e wan t s." According 1to Khia, rich men like Lil Wayne and Tiger Woods are e ntitl e d to have mor e than one wife. Moving past h er infatuation with Weezy, Khia says Nicki Minaj is nothing more than an actress. When asked her thoughts on Nicki, she at first says that if Lil Wayne likes her, she loves her" but goes on to diss her. She s an actor, she majored in drama ... right? She s acting. She 's always in character, I don't know if it 's really her. <------------------------------------------c en w :::l .... w > w c w :I: Suge Knight Involved In A Car Accident Still Suing Kanve West en :::::i m :::l ll. z ..J ..J :::;)1L...---= ....1.z::::JL:..: m w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..J u.. KANYEWEST AND SUGE KNIGHT Suge Knight has missed another court date, but this time he has a reason. According to published reports, Knight missed his scheduled court appearance for a lawsuit he filed against Kanye West in Miami, due to a car accident. Suge's lawyer Marc Bnuner told the Miami New Times that Suge Knight's accident was so severe th a t he actually lost hi s front teeth He was in a pretty serious car accident," Brumer said. "He lost a couple of teeth, he 's in pain, and he can't speak:' The former Death Row Records head honcho is suing Kanye West and The Shore Club over a 2005 shooting during an event West hosted at the South Beach hotspot. The above stated lawsuit stems from an incident in which Suge was shot in the femur and had to undergo surgery. Knight is claiming that West is responsible for his medical bills and a $135,000 diamond earring that was allegedly stolen from him during the brawl. Man Shot To Death Outside Reggae Concen c( MA.JOR LAZER ch ,... w Major Lazer, the reggae
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Entertainment Jacksons Defend Stun Gun Purchase Jermaine and Jaafar Jackson talked about Jaafar's purchase of a stun gun. The 13-year-old says it was a gift forhisdad. LOS ANGELES--Jaafar Jackson's purchase of a stun gun caused controversy within the Jackson family home earlier this month. Now, for th e first time since this incident made headlines, Jaafar and dad Jermaine Jackson have opened up about the incident and they explained what really happened, including whethe r Michael's children were e \ e r in dang er. Jennaine a nd 1 3-year old so n Jaafar wer e adamant whe n th e Y said that Jaafar n e Yer threa t e ned Michael's c hildren with a s tun g un a t th e Jackson familY h o m e in Encino, Calif., as the t ab l oids r epo rt ed. Jermaine and Jaafar talk e d a bout th e yo un gs t e r 's purchase las t month of a 300,000 volt stun gun online for $38, which J aafar said, was a surprise gift for his dad I tested it on a piece of pape r, Jaafar explained. "Then I put it back in the box that it came with and put it in the drawer then the security came and took it. " The people around us said that I had it for a few days and I was chasing Blanket and Paris around the house which is not true." So there s someone in the house ... Jennaine chimed in. "That are leaking things out and shouldn't be," J ennairie finished Fat Joe Signs With E1 Music FAT JOE Fat Joe is m a kin g m oves t o bring back t o light hi s l ong s t a nding rap care er. After a lackluster release with his J.O.S.E. (Jealous On es Still Envy) 2 album, Joey Crack i s se t for a comeback. Joe is doing just that and making plans to r e lease his lat es t album The Darkside. In between prepping for his new project, Fat Joe i s now celebrating being the latest artist signed to Alan GrunBiatt's E1 Music. The label head and the rapp e r are actually reuniting through th e deal with GrunBiatt con firming that h e was th e very first person to sign Joey Crack to a record deal. The official release date for The Dark Side has officially been named for June 28th, 2010. BIG ACE ENTERTAINMENT Club NOUVEAU FirsliEiidaJ HBPPVHOUl With WTMP 96.1 FM & 1150 AM 5 P.M. -11 P.M. Hosted by: Adrian right 50 Cent Paid $15,000 For one word I late him or low him. o nl' thing that can bt' about Curtis so Cent" Jackson th e fact that th t' rappt' r bt't'llmt' ow n and how t o gl'nt'rate from direc ti o n lw R ecen tly .. Jackso n appearL d at a British club. a n e w nig htspot calle d Bamboo in Liverpool England. Clearly a fan of his image, the m e n b e hind th e scenes offered th e rapp e r an array of goodies to per s uade him to appear such as free champagne along with two women that would stay b y his side for the dura tion of the night The rapper received $75 ,000 for his services, but I\) so CENT so didn't a ct ually perform at the nightclub. The paym e nt came after so uttere d the word "Hey" to the fans at the club, in which he promptly returned back to his crew. 0 Jackson's Father Plans Wronutul Death Suit LOS ANGELES--A lawyer for Michael Jackson' s father said Tuesday he intends to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the late pop s t a r 's doctor within 90 days, claiming the physician's actions amounted to murder. Brian Oxman, who r e pre sents .Joe Jackson, said the amount of the pow erfu l anesthetic propofol given to the "Thriller" singer by Dr Conrad Murray before Jackson's death on June 25, 2009 "was r eckless, and it amounts to second-degree murder. As part of a criminal investigation, prosecutors have JOE JACKSON charged Murray with invol untary manslaughter in the death of Jackson, so, who had bee n rehearsing for a series of concerts in London before his death. ., ---------------------------------------------6 'Titans' First Entrv In '80s Movie Encore Harry Hamlin, left, starred as Perseus in the 1981 version of "Clash of the Titans," while Sam Worthington steps into that role in the 2010 film. LOS ANGELES--" Clash of the Titans writers Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi are understandably excited about their movie arriving in theaters Friday. But if you really want to get them going, mention the "Red Dawn remake coming later this year. -These days, it any movie that came out during the 1980s is ripe for a remake. "Clash of the Titans" and "Red Dawn are :u but two of a significant num-her of '8os-related films m Hollywood will bring to the-aters in coming )>

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nd Horosco es .. N _J a: a. ex: c a: LL. c a: LL c z < c en w :::J t-fi: ALL MY CHILDREN-JR continues to manipulate Annie ; liz.a warn Da, id against pushing Green lee away; Jack challenges Erica t o stop playing games. Greenlee s determined t o land by Da\id; David makes a stunning declaration to liz.a; Brooke struggles with her feeling s for Adam. AS THE WORLD TURNS -Jack and Janet discuss their impending divorce ; Gabriel causes a rift between Carly and Craig; a surprise 25th wedding anniversary party is planned for Bob and Kim. Things go awry as Bob and Kim celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. THE BOLD AND TH. E BEAliTIFUL Donna s ulks about the s tat e of her marriage; everyone is surprised by Ridge's outburst; Aggie is disturbed at the sight of Nick and Bridget looking like th e perfect couple; Donna tells Stephanie that she will not be allowed to live in the guesthouse Stephanie t ells Eric about Donna 's phone call; Oliver becomes frustrated by Steffy s advances toward him ; Donna is stunned when Eric returns home with Stephanie ; Steffy'.s.prank to make Hope look bad in front of Oliver backfires. DAYS OF OUR UVES-Philip comes upolliMelanie in Nathan's arms; Nicole tracks down EJ ; Vivian taunts Carly and Justin puts a stop t o it; Stephanie confi d es in Adrienne abo ut her culpa bili ty in keeping the letter from Nathan; Rafe questions Nicole about returning to Salem Maggie shares a moment with Victor; Kate freaks after discovering Victor and Vivian's plan; Sarni wants to reconcile with Rafe ; Victor is irate that Vivian told Philip about their plan; EJ manages to assuage Nicole's susp i cio n s that connect him to Anna. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Will Elizabeth learn the truth?; Robin seeks a nswers from Jaso n ; Lucky and Dante grow susp iciou s of Kiefer Michael's d es perate t o return home; Kiefe r takes hi s anger out on Kristina; Claire gets closer to th e truth. ONE UFE TO UFE -Will Brod y do the right thing?; Schu y ler s truggles to accept all that's b ee n re veale d ; David has Kim under hi s thumb. Schuyler ventures down a d a ngerou s path; Kelly turns to John for help; a shot is fired. THE YOUNG AND THE RFSTLESS-Adam sets his plan in motion ; Mac gives J.T. some unwanted advi ce. Billy makes a romantic gesture toward Victoria; Nikki has some difficult questions for Sharon HOROSCOPES w > TO DAY'S BIRTHDAY--Communication is the root source of your success this year. Whether ro-W mance work or family is involved, you'll be wise to carefully consider responsibilities and figure out how ffi to share them with significant others. Relationships thrive as a result of your efforts. :J: ARIES (MARCH 21-APRIL 19) Pretend that you're in charge of the world Everyone else acts en that way today, so you may as well, too. Use your creativity for practical results. ::i TAURUS (APRIL 20-MAY 20)-Keep your eye on the prize Visionary ideas feed into your prac-m :::J tical assessment of the situation An older person supplies necessary logic Q. GEMINI (MAY 21-JUNE 21) -All good ideas today come from actions behind the scenes Channel Z everyone's thoughts into one logical plan Creativity moves forward from there. t:; CANCER (JUNE 22-JULY 22)-Prepare to change your mind in a big way today. Opportunities -J come from several directions. Don t try them all. Choose ca r efully -J LEO (JULY 23-AUGUST 22)-Earl y indications suggest grabbing opportunities and making ad-:::J m justments later. The initial ideas are strong, but they benefit from a dose of logic. ..;1 w z t= z w en I C3 a: 0 -J u. VIRGO (AUGUST 23-SEPTEMBER 22)-Make time for sympathetic communication. By helping others resolve their difficulties you put your own troubles in perspective and boost your self-esteem. UBRA (SEPTEMBER 23-0CfOBER 22) -What seemed like a lot of mental work yesterday be comes a balanced, practical plan today. Two people agree with your assessments and move forward wholeheartedly. SCORPIO (OCTOBER 23-NOVEMBER 21) -Most of your work involves direct contact with oth-ers today. The impact is a heartfelt private matter. -SAGnTARIUS (NOVEMBER 22-DECEMBER 2) Circumstances put a wrinkle in your plan. Gather the team to consider practical options. Solutions may come from an unexpected source CAPRICORN (DECEMBER 22-JANUARY 19)-'-You get the results you deserve. Hopefully, this means that today 's opportunities fall into place to produce a satisfying result. AQUARIUS (JANUARY 20-FEBRUARY 18)-Somehow responsibilities seem distant or vague. To clarify your position, use practical language and follow the logic Put it in context. PISCES (FEBRUARY 19-MARCH 20)-Your favorite person embarks on a new plan, and you feel left behind. As you struggle to catch up, you realize they're waiting for you You11 make it. THIS SOX OF FRUITY PlHS CONTAINS LOTS OF VITAMINS, NJTRENTS MfD OTHER 8000 THMS. Movie R.eviews MOYlE REVIEWS How To Train Your Dragon -Dreamworks animation. [**""] Diary Of A Wimpy Kid-Not r all impr one ... definitely wait for th e vid o. [**] Alice In Wonderland-Ali returns to wond rland a teenager to find out she ha s to s la y the qu en. Tim Burton' fantasy film ma y be too dark for kids. Mad $116M! [***) Brooklyn Finest-Director Antione Fuqua (Training Day, The Shooter) puts to gether this police drama tarring D n Cheadle, Richard Gere and Wesley Snipes.[***] Cop Out-Bruce Willis and Tracey Morgan team up in this police budd y mo vie. Pr etty funny. Enjoy d it! [*** 1/2] The Crazies-A virus turns the lo ca l s into murderou ma niacs Chaos at the high est l evel. [*** 1/2] Shutter Island-A Martin Scorsese 's horror movi e abo ut aU. S Marshall (Lenardo DeCa prio) investi gati ng a m nt a l institution. Worth Seeing. [****] Valentine' s Day-A comedy/drama starring man y sta r s including Jamie Foxx that is surprisingly good. [***1/2] Wo(finan -The wolfman gets busy on the locals Not for kids. Nice twist at the end! [*** 1/2] Percy Jackson and The Olympians-Nice s p ec i a l ef fects. Kids will love this movie. [*** 1/2] From Paris With Love -John Travolta with hi s n ew bald look and goatee, is a perfect match for thi s acti packed, fun filled movie. Don t miss this one, it' s r ea lly 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 ... [***] RATI S *** Very Good I *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Video Solicitation# FY2009-RFP-19 Request for Qualifications PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Environmental Consulting, Lead & Asbestos Testing, Risk Assessment, Hazard Reduction Design, Abatement, Monitoring And Site Assessments Services The Tampa Housing Authority (THA) is soliciting qualification based proposals from qualified contractors capable of performing an array of professional services Involving the management and Implementation of a lead and asbestos hazard reduction program throughout the Authority's Public Housing Community; services shall also include other environmental remediation services such as, pigeon waste Indoor air quality, asbes1os, radon, site assessments, etc. Proposal Packagea: A complete proposal package can be requested electronically by sending an email request to tlnag01haft.com or directly from the Contracting Department located at1529 West Main St., Tampa, Florida 33607. Submlulon Deadline: Time: 2:00 P.M. EST (Prevailing Tampa, Florida Tlrne) Date: Aprll19, 2010 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER By order of Jerome D. Ryana, PrMidentiChlef Executive Officer

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Funerals/Memoriam MRS. MADDIE R. BRYANT Homegoing services for Mrs Maddie R. Bryant of 3914 E. G enesee Street, who passed away on Saturday, March 2 7 2010, will be held Saturday, April 3, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Oak Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 4204 E. Palifox Street, with Rev. Dr. Victor Ball, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Bryant was born November 7 1932, in Silver Creek, Mississippi. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Henry and Ethel Bryant; sisters, Allean B. Austin and Marcel Durr; brothers, J. W. Bryant, Louis H. Bryant and Henry G. Bryant; and children, Herbert Davis, Bettye Young and Jackie Davis. Ms. Bryant leaves cherished memories with: her children, Rae B. Mercer and husband, Frankie, Cullen Davis, Jr., Barbara J. Davis, Ronald E. Davis and Anita M. Davis; grandchildren, Catelia Young, Eric Davis, Gregory Davis, Tamika Davis, Charo Davis, D'Metria Mercer, Anthony Epps (Mahogany), Leroy Epps (Candidas), Lisa Davis and Jerry Robinson; 16 great grandchildren; brother, Willie J. Bryant; sister, Willeane Showers; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; devoted friend, Rosa Johnson; and special friends, Willie and Hazel Singletary and Sara Frazier. The visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, April 2, 2010, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:4sa. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. www.aikensfimeralhome.net. t IN MEMORIAM ALLEN K. WILDER Aprilt, 1990 In loving memory of my ,husband, who God called home 20 years ago. Sadly missed by: wife, Sarah; brother, -daughter and grands. Your wife, Sarah. MRS. MINNIE PEARL CHARLES Homegoing celebration for !\Irs. Minnie Pearl Charles of 1616 N. 17th Street, who passed away on Tuesday, March 23, 2010, will be held Saturday. April3, 2010, at 2 p.m. at Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 E. 24th Ave. Rev. Albert Gallmon, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Minnie Pearl was a member of Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. She liked to work, talk, dance and loved children. She loved to entertain and invite people to her home. She was always happy and encouraged others to be the best. She was a graduate of Southwestern University. She was the owner of Minnie's Pre-School Child Care for over 20 years. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Lola Ellison; Inez Ellison, daughter; and J. W. Ellison, brother. She leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, George Charles; children, Tina Ellison and Donald Roseboro, Jamichael Ellison and wife, Octavia Ellison, Timothy Ellison and Allahtisha Orsini, Colby Ellison and Melissa Monee; grandchildren, Derrick Roseboro, Donald Roseboro, III, Jamychael Ellison, Kelisse Ellison, Mahogany Ellison, Heaven Ellison and Desiree Ellison; brothers, Lonnie Ellison and wife, Vallie Ellison, Johnny Ellison and wife, Tessie Fuller, and Willie Ellison and wife, Carolyn Ellison; sisters, Queenie Brown, Irene McDonald and husband, Willie McDonald, Josephine Durden and husband, Billy Durden, Sr., Hattie Ellison and Rachel Ellison; aunts, Mabel Ellison and Diana Ellison; uncle, Tommy T. Ellison; 40 nieces and so nephews; a host of cousins; sister-in-law, Angelique Paris; and special friends, Bruce Simmons, Louise Reeves and Arlene Amos. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home, Friday, Apri12, 2010, from s-8 p.m. The family will receive friends from m. The family is asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. www.aikensfuneralhome.net. OF PACKAGE DEALS MOTHERANTHA COPElAND WOODARD Homegoing celebration for Mother Antha Copeland Woodard of 4421 Bass Street, who passed away on Friday, March 26, 2010, will be Saturday, April 3 2010, at 11 a. m. at Brown Memorial Church of God in Christ, 2313 E. 27th Avenue, Bishop Matthew Williams, pastor, with Apostle Elroy Huff, eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mother Antha Copeland Woodard is a native of Tampa. She graduated from Robinson High School, class of 1973. She also attended Hillsborough Community College. She was a faithful and devoted member of United Apostolic Church of Jesus, where her husband and pastor is Elder Michael Leroy Woodard. She was employed at Hillsborough County Schools for 18 years. She was a devoted and loving wife and mother. Mother Antha Copeland Woodard leaves to cherish her memories: a devoted husband, Elder Michael Leroy Woodard; 4 children, Dontavio Johnson, Wachena Woodard, Michael Leroy Woodard, Jr., and Breanna Woodard; beloved father and mother, Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Altamease White; two brothers, Ronnie Copeland and wife, Minnie, and Fredrick Albury and wife, Janice; four brothers-in-law, Ronald Woodard, Taft Woodard, Edwin Woodard, Elijah Woodard (deceased), and Curtis Woodard (deceased); three sisters-in-law, Amanda Barnes and husband, Frank, Barbara Ann Singleton and husband, Donald, and Baby Sister, Clara Robinson; grandmother, Mrs. Ruby White; and host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. The visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Home, Friday, April 2, 2010, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family is asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. www.aikensfuneralhome.net. Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOND M'DERSON L F. D 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation ()ur fan1ilv Can \tleet -' Your Fan1ilv"s Needs MR. TOY CALVIN Funeral services for Mr. Toy Calvin of 1 708 E. Osborne Av'enue, who passed away on Monday, March 29, 2010, will be held Saturday, April 3, 2010, at 2:30 p. m. from Greater Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 2628 E. 27th Avenue, with the Rev. Dr. W. J. Haynes, pastor, Rev. Gregory Robinson, Pastor of Revelation Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Toy Calvin was born on June 12, 1934, in Mississippi. He was self employed. Mr. Calvin was preceded in death by his mother and father. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted companion of 49 years, Mrs. Ruby Holloway; his children, Katie Stewart, Ashley Calvin, Sarah Ann Holloway, Toy Calvin, Jr., George Holloway and Danny L. Holloway; grandchildren, Janice Mason and husband, Hezekiah, Stacey Holloway, Dorothy Johnson, Marcill Dale, Annice Holloway and husband, James, Donald Staton and wife, Bobby Staton, Nathaniel Staton, Tyron Staton, Herbert Holloway, Jr., Rotwanda Holloway, Shenelle Daniels and husband, Bud, Marterrence Holloway, Douglas Stewart, Jr., and Antonio Stewart; 37 great grandchildren and 18 great, great grandchildren; best friend, Johnnie Whicker; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing for Mr. Toy Calvin will be held on Friday, April 2, 2010, from s-8 p. m, at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday, April 3, 2010, 2 p. m. EVERE1T-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME CRISIS MR. ERIC LEE PEOPLES Celebration of the life St'r\lke for Mr. Eric Lee Peoples of 2909 E. 25th Avenue, Apt. A who departed this life Fridny. March 19, 2010, will be hl'ld Saturday April :l. 2010, at 12 11. m. from Grenter Hope M U. Church, 2628 E. 27th Ave., with the Rev. Dr. W. J. Huynes, pustor, Pastor Patricia Mosley. ufficiuting, Pastor Cleander Lee, eulogist. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Eric Lee Peoples was born .,., ::0 C' l> _-<. l> "'0 ::0 r I\) I\) 0 0 on November 8 1983, in Gainesville, FL, to Jewell Peoples and the late Ronald Lee. lie is the second oldest son of seven I siblings. His family moved to 0 Tampu from Guinesville in :C 1987 0 Eric uttended the Hillslmr-)> ough County Public Schools. lie CJ) had ll great S(>irit who hnd m smiles thut would light up nny room. He loved to dra w cut z hair and dance, and Was an IIC-m tive member with the Militunt rMilitary Soljah's group. OJ Eric was preceded in death by: c:: his father, Ronald Lee; great I grandmother, Willie Mae Lee; I grandmother, Jewell Lee Jones; aunt, Ingrid P. Fisher; z Willie D. Peoples; and uncle, Norris Epps, Jr. 'lJ He is survived by: his mother, Jewell Peoples (James Ford); rson, Eric, Jr. and his mother, (;; Dorris Sharp, Mikelle Hill and ::1: her children, Diamondiquc and m Jaylen Hill; brothers, Edward 0 Bradwell and Ronald Lee, .Jr.; m sisters, Evelyn and his twin, < Erica Peoples, Josephine Ford, Kenatrat Lee, Tijon and Tijah -< Walker; grandparents, Carrie -t Johnson, George Peoples, Sr. C:: (Valeria), Cleander Lee (Flo-m renee), all of Gainesville; aunts, CJ) Sharon Harrison (Ronald), 0 Cynthia Bristol (Alphonso), Climmiet T. Johnson, Hope Peoples, Blonco Evens Delaine (Alvin), Cassandra Peoples and 0 Sherry Lee; uncles, George Peo-, pies, Jr. (Judy); great uncle, :C Joseph French; and a host of 0 extended family members, )> aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, < cousins and very close friends. The family would like to recognize each of you individually as a community for stepping up when we needed you the most. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. at the funeral home. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday morning, April 3, 2010, at 10:30 a. m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFfER THE EUWGY ON SATURDAY. EVERETT-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD . 5002 N 40th Street Ti Florida 33610 ..... (0

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0------------------------------------Funerals/Memoriams N ....J a: a.. <{ c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c en w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w en ::::i m ::> Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::> m I ...1 w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...1 u. <( I 0 "' w (!) <( .Q.. I i MR. GEORGE R. DAVIS Homegoing services for Mr. George R. Davis, who was called to eternal rest on Tuesday, March 23, 2010, will be held Saturday, April3, 2010, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist 4008 Dr. C P. Epps Drive (Cayuga Avenue), with Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps, pastor, officiating. Interment follow in Rest Haven Memonal Park Cemetery. George R. Davis was born on November 29, 1944, in Eufaula, Alabama, and attended public schools in Henry County, Alabama. After moving to Tampa, he worked for the City of Tampa Water Department, Labor Local Unions 1114, 1207 and, several construction companies until his retirement. He accepted Jesus Christ as his savior at an early age and was baptized at Union Grove Church in Eufaula, Alabama. He was a faithful member of Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church, Tampa. George was a quiet easygoing man who enjoyed music crossword puzzles traveling and spending time with family and friends. Brother George Davis will be greatly missed by all who loved and knew him. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Leroy and Mary Byrd Davis; brothers, Thomas F. Davis, Sr., Albert Davis and Earl L. Davis; and sister, Pearl Davis Clark. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted wife, Annie Murrel Davis; brother, Royal Davis (Mozell); aunt, Willia Dean Craddock; father-in-law, Augustus Tiller (Glory); mother-in-law, Evelyn Tiller; brothers-in-law, Stanley Watson (Debra), Romero Watson, William Tiller (Sabrina), Terry Tiller (Sharon) Baraka Andrews, Jaukeva Fleming, Dimecio Davenport, Steve Clark and Willie Earl Underwood (Chris); sisters-in-law, Lavon Arline, Brenda Baxter, Jeanette Davis, Cassandra Watson and Reka Love; special nieces, Cynthia, Cleatrice, Sadji, Candace Arline and Annette Cephas; nephew, Jason, Bethea; a host of other nieces and nephews, cousins and friends from Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Maryland, New Jersey, Texas Mississippi, and Delaware; special friends, JoAnn Lowden, Jerome Scott, George Calvin, Jobie Robinson and Charles Cochran. VISitation for Mr. George R. Davis will be held Friday evening from 5:30-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 6:30-7:30 p. m. Friends attending the home going services are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a.m. A HARMON BURIAL. ALEXANDER MICKENS, JR. / llomegoing sen;ces for Mr. Alexander Mickens, Jr. who passed away on Tuesday, March 30, 2010, will be held Saturday. April 3, 2010, at 12 noon at Mount Olive AME Church, 1902 w. LaSalle St., Tampa, 33607, Rev. James C. Givens, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery Mr. Alexander Mickens, Jr. was a native of Tampa. He is survived by: his loving and devoted wife, Mrs. Rosezalla Mickens; 9 nieces, 2 great nieces and 2 great nephews. Visitation for Mr. Alexander Mickens, Jr. will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the homegoing services are asked to assemble at the church at 11:45 a m A I-lARMON BURIAL. TOMY BELOVED SON AND ANGEL HORACE LEE PA'ITERSON, IV 'QUAD Today Was A Sad Day And I don't know why, but my young son is now in the heaven skye. As I sit in prison and I don't know why, all I can do is sit and cry. Todaywasasadday, unlike no other, all I can do is get myself together. As I sit and ask God why, all I can do is look to the heaven skye. Today was a sad day, memory I have none, all I have is a picture of my son. As my feelings run high for the woman I love, all I can tell her is to keep her head above. Today was a sad day as mother and father cry, all we ask is for Jesus Christ to watch over us as we make it through this hard time. Today was a sad day. Rest in peace son, we will always love you. Daddy, mommy, Yahnayla, ADayshia and Ricky By Horace Lee Patterson, Ill -.----.---. ----____ 1._ _______ ____;.._. MR. EDWARD RAIFORD, SR. llomegoing senices for Mr. Edward Leonard Raiford, Sr. who passed away on March 26, 2010, n;n be held this Saturday. April 3 2010, at 1 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, Minister Ondre Joel, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Edward Raiford was anative of Tampa. He was educated at Plant Senior High School. Edward was employed with the City of Tampa for 16 years, he then moved to Davtona Beach, FL. He retired PNS Paving in 2003-Edward was a member of the Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church. He leaves to cherish his loving memories: son, Edward Raiford, Jr.; daughter, Katrina Ruiford; sisters, Michelle und husband, Charlie Johnson, Edith Raiford, Shirley McClain and husband, Rick, Betty Joe Franklin husband, Ronald, and Cyntlua Dolores Oates and husband, Bernard; brothers, Dwayne Raiford and Eddie J. Raiford, III, Jimmy Lee Raiford and wife, Rose, and Reginald B. Raiford and wife, .Joan; sisters-in-law, Beverly Johnson and husband, Ervin; granddaughter, Elex';ls Raiford; 2 grandsons, Mahk (Pirre) Raiford and Jayden Raiford; 18 nieces and nephews; several cousins; a devoted companion, Val Jones and three children; godbrother, Tommy and wife, Helen or Baker; a host orinlaws; and a host of friends. Visitation for Edward Leonard Raiford, Sr. will be held this Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the funeral home at 12:45 p.m. A HARMON BURIAL. HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY LUMO-LUMO JAMES LEONARD LUMPKINS Birthday: April 3, 1985 Sunset: Aprilu, 2002 It's been 8 years since God called you home. There's not a day gone by that your mother hasn't missed you. We love you: your mother, Annette: father, James Sr.; daughter, Alisha; family and friends. MR. CHARLES WILLIAMS Homegoing celebration for Mr. Charles Williams, who passt'd away Murch 26, 2010, in a locnl heaithcarc facility, will be held Saturday, April :J, 2010, at t p.m. at Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 3:J25 E. Emma Street, Rev. Madison Murray, pastor, Pnstor Filtnn Johnson, eulogist. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Charles Williams, 66, wus called to his heavenly home on Friday, March 26, 2010, following a long illness. He wus born on September 6, 194:1. to the lute Rachel Trice and wus a native of Tumpn. l -Ie attended Hillsborough County Schools und loved to fish und spend time with his friends. Charles wus preceded in death by: his mother, Rachel Trice: two brothers, Frank Wilson and Thomas Wilson, .h.; and son, Booker T. Belin He leaves to cherish his memories: his dearly devoted wife, Mrs. Johnnie Mac Williums; sons, Theodore Belin ofTampu, and Michael Williams of Tampa; daughter, .Joyce Williams of Tampa; stepsons, Craig (Louise) Truitt and Henry Lanier, both of Tampa, and Charles Lanier of Jesup, GA; stepdaughters, Frankie (Andre) Peterson of Tampa, Bobbie (Jerome) Holloway of Tampa, and Mary (Greg) Stevens of Midway, GA; sisters, Dorothy Williams, Sarah Owens, Gloria Jones, Mary Ann Ails and Genevieve Booker, all of Tampa; godsister, Lilli_an Williams of Tampa; brothers-mlaw Ned Ray, Wallace Ray, Willie Ray and Leroy Smiley, all of Tampa; 32 grandchildren and 35 great grandchildren; special friends, Jimmie Talbert, Robert Kelly and Louise Dennard, all of Tampa; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. His family will receive friends from 6-7 p.m., Friday, April 2, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N 34th Street, Tampa, 33610. Visitation will be Friday, April 2, 2010, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4505 N. 34th Street, from 5-7p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 12:45 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNERAL MR. RUDOLPH ANTHONY BURGESS, SR. Mr. Rudolph Anthony Burgess, Sr., of 50:.1. J>lnce Brandon. pnssed awny Monday Murch 29, :.1.010. Fmwrnl servicc.o; will be conducted Snturday ut 11 a. m., April 3, 2010, at Ray Willlums Memorial Chapel, :Jot North Hownrd Avenue, with Dr. Sam Maxwell, Sr., officiating. Interment will be Monday, April 5, 2010, at Florida Nutinnul Cemetery, Bushnell Floridu. Mr. Rudolph Anthony Burgess. Sr. wus u of Tumpuund a longtime reshlcnt. He uttcndcd St. Peter Cluvcr Catholic School urul public sclwnls in llillslmrmtgh County, gruduuting from Middleton Senior High School in 1952-llc ulso attended Florida A&M University, receiving 11 B S. Degree in Biology-Chemistry, University of Florida's continuing education J>rogrum, receiving a Master's Degree, und Albany State College. He was a member of Sacred Henrts Roman Cutholic Church, located in Buffalo, New York, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and a Sergeant In the military, with an Honorable Discharge on August 25, 1955 He was employed as a teacher at Pinevale High School in Valdosta, GA, Young Jr. High School and Marshall High School in Plant City and Tampa Bay Tech. He leaves to cherish his memory: children, Cheryl B. Williams, Rudolph A. Burgess, Jr., Keryl B. Douglas, Grace B. Taylor (Bruce), David A. Burgess, Sr. (Karen), Marchelle Burgess, Michael A. Burgess, Sr. (Jewell), Randolph A. Burgess (Regina), Chenelle Burgess (Eric), and Monique Robinson (Howard); a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren; devoted sister, Beverly Webb; brother, Simon Tabor (Jackie); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and close friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, Friday, April 2, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 7:30-8:30 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: 12 Email: r!:JVWml
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Funerals Memoriams LITTLE BRlNTON EUGENE GATSON, JR. Littl e B rinton Euge n e Gatson Jr. of Tampa passed away Sunday, Ma r c h 28, 2 010. V iewin g f o r the b a b y w ill b e h eld a t Ray W illi a m s Fune r a l H o me, 301 North H o w ard Av e nue, Friday, April2, 2 01 0 fro m 4-5 p .m. H e leaves b ehind: his mothe r D e n etria Thompson ; fathe r Brinton E Gatson; s i s t e rs, Tiana Gatson and Michelle andAntinoria Warren; grandparents, I vy and Earl Thompson and Diane and Euge n e Gatson; and a hos t of uncles, aunts cousins, and friends May God and His Angels protect you in their arms until we are able to hold you again. Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. WILLIAM H. KAY Mr. William H. Kay ofTampa, passed away Sunday, March 28, 2010. Graveside services will be conducted Friday, April 2, 2010, at 10 a. m. a't Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 East Hanna Avenue, with Reverend Bryant Fayson, officiating. Interment will follow. Mr. Kay was a native and a resident of Tampa for 85 years. He attended Florida A&M University, and was a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. He retired as a Principal at Williams Elementary School. He leaves to cherish his memory: 3 daughters, Liliane Karol Jones and husband, Melvin, Wandelyn Kay, and Sandra KayWeaver and husband, William; grandchildren, Melvin LeRoi Kay Jones and wife, Tina, Yvemarie Kay Jones, and Marissa Serena Weaver; great grandchildren, Marshall Jones, Kyndall and Jyllian Foster; nephew, Charles Maddox; godson, James Golden; and a host of cousins, friends, and fraternity brothers. THERE WILL BE NO VISITATION OR PUBLIC VIEWING. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. MRS. CLARETHA WEST M rs. Claretha West of Tampa. passed a w a y Thurs d a y. Ma r c h 18, 2 010. Fune r a l services will b e con ducte d Saturday April 3, 2010, a t 2 p.m. a t Ra y Willi a m s Memoria l Chape l 301 N Howard Av enue, with Elde r John D. Selle rs, officiating Interment will follow in Rest Have n Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Claretha West was anative and resident of Tampa for 7 2 years. She attended Middleton High School. She was a devoted wife, loving mother and home-maker. Mrs. West was preceded in death by: her parents, Warren and Clydie Mae Preston; her husband, Eugene Henry West; and 3 beloved children, Wendell, Gail and Debra West. She leaves to cherish her memory: loving daughter, Diane Smith; 6 loving sons, Wayne (Pennie) West, Gerald West, Wade (Wanda) West, Rodney West, Frank West, and Bryant West; grandchildren, Lisa, Crystal, James, Jr., Latrell, Malcom, Rashida, Rick, Jessica, Nicole, Chandra (Tiem), Monica (Omaro), Whitley, Wayne, Jr., Britt, Tamara, Fadria, Wade, Jr., : Ashley, Maya, Jared, Shania, Azaria, Alicia, and Shaquell; and a host of great grandchildren. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, Friday, April 2, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. IN MEMORIAM ADAMJ.DAWKINS September 4, 1954 -March 14, 2007 Another year has come and gone and it seems like yesterday, we were all at home together thinking, what a beautiful day But no longer are we six, but five, the time has slipped b y so fast, the memories of you, so dear and so true, will forever in our hearts, last. Your loving family (msbnn). MR. SAMUEL 'SKIN' BRAZELTON Fune r a l ser vices for 1\tr. S amue l "Skin" Brazelton of Tampa, who passed away Sunday, March 28, 2010, while in a local hospital wi.ll be h eld Saturday, April 3 2010, at 11 a. m. a t Mt. T abor Missionary B aptis t Church, 2606 W. Grace St., the Rev. Wallace Bowers, Pastor of St. Mary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Daytona, FL, on Monday, Aprils, 2010. Mr. Brazelton was born on August 25, 1919 to the late Mary Washington and Lionel Brazelton in Brooksville, FL. He was married to Elizabeth Brazelton on July 9, 1964. His wife and daughter, Sandra Brazelton preceded him in death. Mr. Brazelton was one of the first Black police officers for the Tampa Police Department and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department. He began his career in law enforcement in 1946, devoting 19 years of service with Tampa Police Department and 12 years with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department. He received the nickname "Skin" because he was very tall and skinny. He set out to accomplish many goals in his life. He was the owner and operator of Brazelton Tours and worked for Escot Bus Company, which he loved. He also worked in the funeral home business as owner of the former Sears-Carter Funereal Home, Ft. Myers, FL, and co-owner of Smith Funeral Home, St. Petersburg. He was a member of St. Mary's Baptist Church. He leaves loving memories with: his daughters, Veronica Brazelton Robinson and MaryAnn Brazelton Rowe; and son, Rev. Dr. Carr Brazelton (Sarah); grandchildren whom he adored, Miguel Comacho (Adrienne), Carey Grace (Yvette), and Roderick Grace (Tammy); a loving and devoted grandson, Derrick Grace (Vannessa); Regina Rowe (Rollin), Lisa Rowe (Grover), Tammy Rowe (Alvin), William Rowe (Willeana), Byron Brazelton and Michael Brazelton; a very special granddaughter, Vivian Sam, Carr Brazelton, Jr. and wife, Helen Turner (Charles), Sam Brazelton, LeShawn Brazelton and husband, Vickie Brazelton and husband, and Tonia Bailey; and a host of great and great, great grandchildren; a loving and devoted nephew, Jerome Smith (Lynda); and niece, Brenda Hill; a special niece, Janice Williams; two special cousins, Ruby Hart and Maxine Douglas; special friends, Ella (E. N.) Cu.sseaux, Fred Sallye, Yvonne Freeman, Mr. Cooper, Lucy, and Lillian; and host of sorrowing grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose from 5-8 Friday, April 2 2010, at Ray Williams Fnneral Home, 301 N. Howard A ve. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to Smith Funeral Home, Inc., 1534 18th A venue, South, St. Petersburg, FL, 33705, ( 7 2 7 ) 894-2266. Share condolences at www.smithfhinc.com. MS. ERNESTINE BROWN' A'BN E R Homcgoing cel ebration for M s Ernestine Brown Abne r of T ampa who passed a way Tuesday. Marc h 30, 2010. at h e r res i d ence, will b e h e ld Suturdny. April 3 2010. ut 11 a. m ut S t. Luke A M E. Church, 2 709 N 25th Stree t with the pustor, Rev erend Walter J. La ssiter, II, offi ciating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Mcmoriul Purk Cemetery. She was preceded in deuth by: her mothers, Mattie Louise Harrison-Brown and Louise Wright Brown; her father, Samuel Morris Brown, Sr.; her husband, John David Abner; her sisters, Pansy Chaney, Evelyn Mildred Duggins; and her brothers, Wendell Brown and Samuel Morris Brown, Jr. She is survived by: her daughter, Robyn White Gordon (Wallace McDonald); granddaughter, Krystal Maureen Gordon; great granddaughter, Sydney Lilandra Lewis, both of Atlanta, GA; sister, DorothyWiihemina (Mark) Canty of Elkins Park, PA; nieces and nephews, Altamese Smith, Jacqueline Johnson, of Summerfield, FL, Maceo (Patricia) Chaney, Jr., Wendell (Debra) Duggins of Durham, NC, Albert (Gwendolyn) Duggins, Larry Tyrone Duggins, Evelyn (Jimmy) Davis and Shelia M. Canty of Winter Park, FL; devoted caregiver, Linda Dixon; loving great niece, Christin Pennington Davis; godson, Anthony Mutcherson; special friends, Dr. Margaret Fisher, Earon Cuffle, Audrey Myles, John Pope, Nellie Bythewood and Curtiss Wilson. A native ofTampa, Ms. Abner graduated from Middleton High School, Class of 1956. She attended Gibbs Junior College, where she received her AA degree. Ms. Abner was employed by the Hillsborough County Public School Board and retired while employed at Nathan B. Young Junior High School. Ms. Abner was a lifelong member of St. Luke A. M. E. Church where she was a member of the Board of Stewards, Willing Workers Auxiliary and Young-At-Heart Seniors Ministry. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m., Friday, April 2, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a.m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE." www.wilson-funeralhome.com. MR. JOHN CALVlN BLUE JR. Funt'rnl St'rvkcs fur Mr. John C nl vln llluc, .Jr. fondly known u s "Jr. Uoy to his fnmily of Tnmpn. who pnssccl nwny Wednesday Murc h 24, 2010, nt M clcc h Hospic t' I louse of Temple T crrnc c w ill b e h eld Snturdny, April 3 :.1.010, nt 11 n m nt Wilson Funernl Home Chnpd, 3000 N. 29th Stree t with Apostle Cynthia Forde, officiating. lntcrrnent will follow in Res t Hnven Memoriul Pnrk Cemetery. l> \) ::D r 1\) 1\) 0 _.. 0 Mr. Blue wus preceded In death by: his father, John Culvin "TT Blue, Sr.; mother, Adell Corey r Blue; sister, Lou Ella Blue Hicks; 0 daughter, Constance Newsome; ::D and 2 nieces, Sandra Williums -0 Rhone and Tina Williums. l> He leuves to cherish memo-CJ) rics of him: children, Larry m Lemon (Aibertu) und John Blue, Ill, (Earlene), Wanda Blue (James), Michael Newsome, Lorenzo Newsome and Margaret r;Smith (Nathaniel); 12 grandchll-OJ dren; devoted caregiver and C: granddaughter, Trlna Johnson r and friend, Debra Pickens; 6 r great grandchildren, Petra Put-mon, Gerald Patmon, DeonQuez z Muldrow, April, BoBo and DJ; "'0 great, great grandchildren, Tyler, and Gasiah; 3 sisters, ai Amanda Hicks, Thelma r Williams and Barbara Baker, all (;; of Tampa; 3 brothers, Larry ::z:: Blue, Sr. (Claudia) of Tampa; m Sylvester Blue, Sr. of Palatka, 0 FL, and James Blue, Sr. (Fred-m< die) of Tampa; other sorrowing in-laws, nephews, nieces and m other relatives and friends. A native of Tampa, Mr. Blue resided in the Tampa area all C: his life. He attended the public m schools of Hillsborough County. CJ) He received Christ many years 0 ago and was baptized at St. John Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Bishop Eddie Newkirk. 0 He owned a trucking com-"T1 pany and had a great love for his ;!! family. His baritone voice and 0 sense of humor will truly be missed. ......., The remains wiii repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6 7 p. m., Friday, April 2, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. -Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE." www.wjlson-funeralhome.com "A Family Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101

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Notices/Memoriams N ...J cr: a. <{ cr: u. c a: LL c z <( c en w ::> 1-> MS. MARY ELLEN ROBINSON :\Is. Mary Ellen Kohinson pa. o;sed away Saturda y :\larch 2 7 2010. Funeral services will he held at First Baptist Church, Branford. FL. Please send nowers to: Thomas Funeral !lome. 1009 5th StreetS. W .. Live Oak. FL. (:J86) :364-5535 ffi JOSEPH D. HICKS > w Joseph D. Hicks passed away C on Thursday, March 25, 2010, w at Brandon Regional Hospital. ::I: The funeral will be held on en Saturday, April 3, 2010, at 11 a. :J m. at the Shiloh M. B. Church, al 343 "D" Street, Lake Wales, FL. ::l Mr. Hicks was a native of 0.. Tampa, and was a 1966 graduz ate of Middleton Senior High i= School, where he was an active W member of the Marching ..J Tigers. S He was preceded in death by: m his parents, the late Rev. S. D. and Sis. Dorothy Alice Hicks. u:f He leaves to cherish his z memories: his loving and dei= voted wife, Marilyn Hicks; z mother, Sis. Pearlie Hicks; chilW dren, Joseph Hicks, Jr., Teren renee Hicks (Tanerica), <( Damian Hicks, Sharmin Cobb, C Angela Simpkins (Booker), a: Nicole Williams and Dexter 0 Cobb, II, Anthony Cobb; broth..J ers, Ray Hicks, Sammie Hicks, LL Billy Louis (Maribelle), Richard Louis and Alvin Sterling; sisters, Dorthenia Jackson (Sammie), Annie Rose, Johnnie Pearl Grooms, JoAnn McCray, Debra Hines (Willie), and Jacqueline Renae Jackson (Leonard); brother-in-law, William Thrower; sisters-inlaw, Shirley Ware (Joseph), and Erma Amedee' (Bert); grandchildren, Jazmine Hicks, Jamil Hicks, Ninti Hicks, Audriaunna Simpkins, Jalin Hicks, Makena Harvey, Ryan Simpkins and Leah Hicks; nephews and nieces, Raechel, Rayne, Alicia (Ronald), Sammitta, DeAnna (Robert), Sedrick, Demetrius, Kortina, Theodric, Monique (John), Samarian, Angela, Perry, Antwon, Pamela, Michelle, Michael (Pamela), Timothy (Kathy), Christopher, Lynn (Archie), and Bobby (Alissa), Sandra; godchildren, Yolanda Christian Pendergrass and Chanara Andrews; and a <( host of other relatives & N friends. IN MEMORY OF BUFORD 'SUGARMAN' ALLEN April 2 1952-April 6, 1982 Gone. but not forgotten. Sadly missed by: your parents .. Jessie l.. Allen. Clara 1.. Allen: children. sisters. Brenda. Barbara and Bernita. IN LOVING MEMORY MARY CARSWELL It's been one year, on resurrection morning when the Lord called you home. What a glorious day for you. No more pain and suffering. Rest on Mom, we love you. Clinton, Rico, Jeanette, Greg and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MS. ALICE Happy birthday goes out to a very special woman in my life, my Grandma. Days may fly, days I cry, but the love I have for you will never die. Happy birthday, Grandma. Love always, Dominique. IN MEMORY OF MY HUSBAND, SON AND GRANDSON ROYL. HALL 8 / -t / 31 -3/31/2005 HAROLD SAPPY 11j 9 /6R-3/22/20<>7 EDWARn PREACHER ROBERTSON, .JR. Nj26/7N -:J/24/2002 \\"clove you all and miss you enry day. Fonn-r in our htatts nnd !';IIIII. Duris llall and family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF JAMES E. PURVIS, SR. April1, 1923 -April 2, 2007 Gone, but not forgotten. We miss you every day and will always love you. Your Wife, son, stepson and granddaughter. IN MEMORIAM DAMON MARTIN, JR. 'THE D' 11/23/1939-3/28/2002 We are remembering you on this day, wishing you were here. You are truly missed and loved by your devoted wife, Eleanor and children. IN MEMORIAM "Hlessecl art tlrey tlrat mourn: for tltey slrall /Je comforted. MATTI-lEW 5:4. Five years you have been a missing link in our lives. Our love is the same and your memoires nrc with us cneh day. \Ve will on "thnt otlwr shore. Your mother and family. Imogene C. lluhhcrt. CHARLES HUBBERT five big WJSOns b ronsiJex Wilson runemlllome: We can't afford to provide anything less than impeccable service, or to leave you with less than the best impression possible. 2 You're not just our client, you're our boss We don't l051;t5ight of who we're working for. After all, one we answer to. 3 We arrange funerals, we don't sell them. It is our responsibility to honor your wishes and respecr your budget. 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a pan of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. fitting tribute is imponant to you, and you don't deserve to be m;hed. FUNERAL HOME :mJ N. 29th St Tampa, Fl m!i (fm) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 'NWII.wilson-funeralhome.com N Services by Epps Memorial W Funeral Home, 445 So. 4th C!J Street, Lake Wales, FL, (863) 6 79-3777 (813) 248-1921 Wayne L Bright Mana er

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, IN LOVING MEMORY BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ; TINA L. HOWARD-HARRISON August 7,1969-April4, 2009 The life you lived and the memories we have of you won't allow us to mourn too long; because we know "To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord." It has been one year since you went home to be with the Lord. We miss you, love you and cherish you always. Love: :r.our children, Briana, Michael and Sydney; your granddaughter, Sa'Nyah; your parents, Reverend LeRoy and Hattie Pearl Howard; your brother, Trevor; and a host of family and friends. HAPPY 23RD BIRTHDAY WILLIE CHERRY, III Sunrise: 04-05-87 Sunset: 04-08-08 There will be a vigil held for the loving memory of Willie Cherry, III on Monday, Aprils, 2010, at 6:30p.m. at 2912 28th Avenue. Gone, but not forgotten. YOU ARE APPRECIATED DR. DELOIS MOTT During our moments of deepest grief, we are often surprised by the number of friends, family and acquaintances that lend their help, thoughts and prayers to us in an effort to sooth our bereavement and comfort out hearts. The family of the late Dr. DeLois. Mott wishes to express their sincere and heartfelt gratitude for all the flowers, phone calls, food, visits and donations rendered to us during our time of bereavement. May God continue to bless each of you. Vacelia, Mapall and the entire Mott family. MEMORIAM MS. ALICE Happy birthday Grandma. Even though you are not here with us, it's never a day that goes by that we don't miss you. Coming from: Peanut, Nene, Sylvia, Audrey, Asia, Phyllis and our kids. Love you. IN LOVING MEMORY OF MISS BRITTANY PHILLIPS Sunrise: June 3, 2002 Sunset: March 14, 2010 Thanks to the family and friends who gave support and comfort during our time of grief. Unconditional love is what Brittany showed us and that is what we will share with you all. Mother, Tawanda Phillips; father, David Edmond; brothers and sisters. WITH DEEP APPRECIATION STANLEY 'BOONK' MONTGOMERY, III 3/7/1973-3/9/2010. Boonk, we know we'll reconnect with you at the end of each life's road; we'll see your cherished face again when we release our earthly load. The family of Stanley "Boonk" Montgomery, ill wishes to acknowledge all the beautiful flowers, heart-touching cards, prayers, phonecalls, and visits during our time of bereavement. Because of all of you, we are reminded the Lord is always in our midst to strengthen us and lift us up. He hears our every prayer. We were overwhelmed with the display of love shown. We know that "Boonk" was much loved and appreciated and touched everyone' s life with his warm and enthusiastic spirit. God picked a most beautiful flower that day to demonstrate that His love abounds and rovers a multitude of loss. Thank you all and may God continually bless you. Love, the Smith and Montgomery family. MS. WILLIE BEA BROCK Hnppy birtJtday Mother, you nrc truly missed. Your kid, grandkids and all other fumily members, miss and love you. CARD OF THANKS MICHAEL HEARNS Thanks for the prayers and support upon the death of my brother, Michael Hearns, 53, who passed March 21, 2010, in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. "Mike" had a winning personality and was the father of two beautiful children: Sean and Ashley. Special thanks to: ASALH, Eddie and Sue McArthur, Alton White, Bobby Bowden, Bill and Shirley Knowles. From, your big brother, Fred, with love. CARD OF THANKS ANTHONY WALKER From the family of Anthony Walker, we cannot express gratitude to all of yott. We acknowledge all acts ofkindness seen and unseen during the demise of our loved one. Special tluinks to: Highland Missionary Baptist Church and Stone's Memorial Funeral Hollle. Sincerely, the Walker family. CARD OF THANKS MRS. SUSIE BURNEY The family of Mrs. Susie Burney would like to express our heartfelt appreciation for every act of kindness shown during the illness and passing of our loved one. Words cannot express our gratitude. A special thanks to New Salem P. B. Church, Rev. Theodls Lane and Aikens Funeral Home. The family. CARD OF THANKS-ANNIE 'LOIS' WYNN The family of Annie "Lob" Wynn, would like to thank family, friends, n .eighbors, New Hope M. B. Church, GAF, Aikens Funeral Home, Middleton Clus of '61, St. Joseph's Hospital 7th Floor Nurses, John Knox Rehabilitation Center Nurses, Hospice Care Services, Mr. and Mrs. Lenotn Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wllliam Ellison and family, Mr. and Mn. R. D. Lewis and famlly, Mrs. Irene Meteye and family, Mrs. Lula PoweU, Mrs. Katie AIJen, and many oth ers for your expreSsions of sympathy during our time of bereavement. Your prayen, words of comfort and every thoughtful act have sustained us since the passing of our loved one. With grateful hearts, we will always remember your kindness. God bless you! The Wynn Fam-ily. r-1\.) 1\.) 0 ..... 0 5 ::!! c )I. en m z m c: ,... r-z c: m c en :::1: m c m < m ooo4 c: m en c )I. z c ., :D 6

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0 o Crime N ...J a: a.. ct c Father Of Four Stabbed Bv Friend Dies TIMOTHY J ACKSON AND E D E N CHARLES T h e family m e mb e r s o f Timothy Jackson a nd Willie Daniels ag r ee th a t th e two youn g men wer e close frie nds. Th a t 's w h y they a r e a t a loss to ex pl a in w h y one could kill the other > On Sunday, Jackson and C( Daniels were involved in an argument outside of a n apartu... ment in the Robles Park c Public Housing Complex At Z some point, said c( Daniels armed himself with a knife and stabbed Jackson C in the chest. Police arrested rn him the next U a \ o n c harge of attempted seco nd-d egree murd er. On Tu es day around noon Jackson, who had been i n a coma since the i n c i den t \ vas pro n o u nced dea d Jackson's s i ster, Helena Blackwell, said h e r bro ther r eally enjoye d spe nd i n g time with his family a nd c hild re n H e l ove d h a n ging o ut. H e wasn't a trou bl e m aker, a nd was a l ways easy t o get a l o n g wit h Blackwell sa i d Jackson att e nd e d Hill s b o r o u g h Hig h Sch oo l a nd p la ye d o n th eir f oo tb all t ea m Since l e a v in g s cho o l h e worke d on a c o upl e o f j o bs, but h a d been l aid off Blackwell s aid a s f ar as th e s t abbing i s c on ce rn e d they don t know what r e all y h a p pened There are so many stories going around we don t know what's real and what's not." Jackson has four children from his fiance, Eden Charles, and four s iblings Ray Williams Funeral Home is assisting the family at this time. WI------------------------------------------------::) 1-> a: w > w c w :::c rn ::J m ::: ll. Familv 01 Man Charged In Stabbinulncident oner Remorse For Victim's Familv z ..J ..J ::: m I ..J w z j: z w rn ( a: 0 ..J u... BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Sunday Tampa Police arrested Willie Jamar Daniels, 28, on a charge of attempted second-degree murder. The charge was the result of an incident Sunday night that left Timothy Jackson, 23 with a stab wound to his chest. Police said Daniels and Jackson were arguing when Daniels armed himself with a knife and stabbed Jackson in the chest. Daniels was arrested the next day and charged in the incident. On Tuesday, family members of Jackson called to report that he had been pronounced dead around noon af\er being in a coma since the incident. Daniels' mother Brenda Chapman, and his grandmother, Janet Smith, said they both feel sorry for the family and don' t understand how this could have happened. I -raised Willie and as a child he was diagnosed as being bi-polar. He took his medication until his release from prison recently. H e' s not reall y a violent man at all I c( don t believe he did this intentionall y N Ms. Smith said she s upset that her grandson d i d somelike this and she feels if WILLIE DANIELS he had continued to take his medication, this would have never happened. "I know that Willie and Jackson were good friends. That's why this is so hard to believe." Ms. Smith is concerned for her grandson while he s incar cerated and fears he may try to hurt himself after he gets the news that Jackson has died. Ms. Chapman and Ms. Smith both say if there is anything they can do to help the family, they will. I can t imagine what Tim's family is going through right now," said Ms. Smith. This whole thing has me not feeling well. The t w o of them had an altercation before but the next da y the y were laughing and hanging out t ogether Tim's fam i l y is in m y pra y ers. Stabbing Victim Critical JAMARIAN OLIVER Hill s borou g h County S h eriffs d e puti es re p o r t th a t a n argument Wednes d ay i n s id e a co n ve ni e n ce store spille d over i n t o th e p a rkin g l o t a n d e nded with a m a n s t abbed in the bac k Deputies r e p ort tha t Jamarian Dante Oliver, 22, was p a rt o f a group in si d e Sna k A ttack 6 824 North 5 0 th Street a t 5:30 p m. Wh e n Oliver a nd th e othe rs decide d t o go o ut int o th e p a rkin g lot a fight br oke o ut. Oliver w as th e only p e rson left at the s cene and told deputie s he did not know his attackers. Deputies said th e other men involved in the altercation left in a black 2006 Chevrolet Impala and a black Range Rover. Oliver is hospitalized and reported to be in critical condi tion Murder Suspect Arrested JOHN EA..RL CANTY Tampa Police and the U S. Marshals Florida Regional Task Force arrested John Earl Canty, 52 on a charge of first-degree murder. On July 16, 1995, the body of Marsba Norris, 55, was found in an alley in Phoenix, Arizona. Norris died as a result of upper body trauma. Evidence was recovered from the scene followed the murder, and in 2007, laboratory testing connected Canty with the murder scene and the victim. In September 2009, the Tampa Police Cold Case Unit began working with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office in Phoenix after it was discovered Canty was living in Tampa. Canty was interviewed and also provided DNA samples that confirmed the original discoveries. Based on the evidence obtained during the investiga tion as well as incriminating statements made b y Canty, a warrant was issued for his arrest. Canty was booked into the Hillsborough Coun ty Jail until e xtradition proceedings are completed OnesuspectCauuht Second Souuhtln Home Invasion Tampa Pol ice haYe arres t ed a m an suspec t ed of commit t i n g a h o m e i n vas i o n and n r c s till l oo kin g for hi s acco m plice. Accor ding t o th e r epo rt o n Monday night, William Quarles, III, 36, a nd a sec ond m a n a llegedl y f o rced th e ir way int o a h o m e in th e 1200 b l oc k of Palifox S tr eet. P o li ce said Quarles implie d h e had a gun and o rd e r e d th e occ up ants o nto th e floor. Th e r e port s tat es Quarles a nd a sec ond m a n took prop erty from one of the o cc u pant s a long with a s e t of ca r keys. Quarles and his accompli ce fle d with the victim's vehicle a tan 1991 Honda Acco rd polic e said. While fleeing in the victim s vehicle, police said Quarles crashed into another vehicl e at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and 30th Street Quarles abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot. A search of the area was initi-WILLIAM QUARLE S Ill a t e d and Quarles was f ound coming o u t o f the bus h es a t 32nd Street a nd Martin Luthe r Kin g, Jr. Boul eva rd Hi s accomplice managed to e s cape. Quarles was ch a rg e d with robbery home invasion, grand the ft auto, robbe r y, po s se ss ion of controll e d s ub stance and l ea ving th e sce n e of a crash with property damage He's b eing h eld without bond lakeland Police Shoot Man Armed With Kolle LAKELANDOn Wednesday morning, 'Lakeland Police responded went to 1434 East Gary Road in response to a call saying there was a disturbance at that location When an officer arrived, he saw Heather Smith; 25, outside of the residence. The officer said Smith told him everything was fine and there was no disturbance, and the At 7:56 a.m. officers were called to the Lakeland Regional Medical Center about a woman who had been stabbed at 1434 East Gary Road. The officer who responded to the residence earlier was not dispatched to this call, but heard it go out on the radio and recognized the address as the one he had been to earlier. The officer went to the hospital and found Smith to be the vic tim. Smith reportedly told police she had been attacked by an unknown assailant and that there was no one else in her residence. She gave police permission to enter her house and secure the crime scene. Two officers were sent to the residence and assumed there were no additional victims inside based on ALBERT DAVIS ... killed by a Lakeland police officer. Smith's initial statement. When they arrived, they identified themselves as police officers. Officers then entered the house. As the officers proceeded through the house, one of them found a man hiding inside the closet of a rear bedroom, clutching a kriife in both hands . One of the officers tol'd the man to drop the knife. The man eventually dropped the knife while still in the closet, and then made a sudden move to pick. up the knife, police said One officer fired three shots killing the suspect Albert Davis, 27. Smith was treated and released-from the hospital. The investigation is still ongoing into the incident. 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-' . Thousands Anend 'Encore' Job Fair Last week m o re than s .ooo peopl e lin e d up for the Encore Pr oje ct .Job Fair. The t' \ l nt wa s hl'ld on tht sik of thl' o ld Ct 'ntral Park \ illagl' Housing Compll'x. n t Cnss and Nebra s ka. The job fair was s lat e d t o begin at 10 a m., h o w e v e r job seekers began arri, ing at the location as early as 5 a m .. Thursday. :\f o r e than 4 ,000 ge n e ral laborers, s kill e d laborers, project managers foremen and si t e supervisors will be hin d to n >mpll'k thl' construrtion project. J ,ooo o f those positions \\ill b e p ermanent. The construction s it e i s th e future home of a new 30-acr e urban rede e l opment project. consisting oft:! l'ity blocks bl'!Wt t 'll Downtown Tampa and Yhor Co n struc ti o n Bank of America Community Development Corporation and th e Tampa H ousing Authority. held this job fair to hire t mployt't's for the projt ct. W e a r e very please with the turno ut at e \ c nt. This i s a g r eat opportunity for u s t o h elp those wh o are o ut of w o rk and stimulatl' the loraltconomy," Richnrd Znhn, CEO of ZMG Co n struction, Construction Manage r for the projec t. In .January, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Devel opment granted the Tampa Housing Authority, Bank of America. and the C ity ofTnmpa. $:3H million in f e deral funding from the American Recov e ry and R einvestment Act to build the infrastructure of the future project. The project also is one block from a proposed stop for a high speed rail line linking Tampa to Orlando. The grant for Encore was submitted in July of 2009 as a public-private partnership b etween THA, the City of Tampa and Bane of Am e rica Community Dl'Velopnwnt Corporation (CDC). Encore plans to offer housing for more than 1 ,700 residents across a broad social and economic spectrum. It will offer offic es, a new hotel, grocery and other retail space, a middle school, church and community park. An African American history museum will be housed in a 90-year-old church within the boundaries of the Encore development. The church was formerly St. .James Episcopalian Church. (Photographs by Lomax Mcintyre). Jarvis El-Amin, Richard Zahn, CEO of ZMG Construction, Wilbert Malphus, of Malphus & Son Construction Company, Roxanne Omorosa, Bank of America, Jerome Ryans, CEO and President of the Tampa Housing Authority, and Bill Goede attended the Encore Job Fair. Ullian Stringer and Andy Libby were among the attendees at the Encore Job Fair. Tremayne Bowens, Donterria Troupe, and Quinton F. Robinson, of Re-Entry Cooperative of America. Among those in attendance at the Encore Job Fair shown from left to right were: Erma Jackson, Cahin Bolden, Mary Williams, former President of the Resident Council for Central Park Village; and Clarence Jones. Dion Casey was among those attending the job fair. George Scott was among the early risers who attended the Encore Job Fair. Jasin Flowers was among the job seekers at the Encore Job Fair last week David'IIoanya, Chloe Coney, and Leroy Moore were in attendance at the Encore Job Fair. Members ofthe Youth Bill Program who attended the Encore Job Fair are from left to right: John Arroyo, Jeff Saith, Lamarvin Brown, Trevis Wise, Ralston Gallimore, Angela Dunson, and Sydlonna Gordon. Wilbert Malphus, General Contractor for the Encore Project, his pastor, Rev. Michael K. Bouie, of Allen Temple AME Church, and Raheem White. Thousands of residents looking for employment converged on the Encore Job Faii: last week. Tents were set up to accept applications for those seeking employment.

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The n ZONESHA THOMAS April 4 1994 Now ZONESHA THOMAS April 4 1994 ll appy b irth day! Y o u ha v e gro w n to b e a n int ellige nt y o un g l a dy. I l o p e this wee k end will b e a b l a s t w ith m o r e t o come. l.o ,e alwa y s mo m Anthony an d Lil Anthony. EBONY J. COLE March.30, 2010 Hap p y thirtee nth bi rthda y Ebony. We l ove yo u Parent s, Arthur and Katy Cole, a n d Kimberly L. P erry. TONY A LEWIS, PATRICIA AND REGGIE TOLBERT, And lARRY AND TRACY LAWSON A touch o f a blast from the past, havi n g a b al l a t Tonya Lewis' birthd ay b ash S o how do you l ike u s now ... ao Girll f s Your Birthday!' Say Aah TRAKIEA Ms. Boss Lady h a s b e en b l e sse d a ga in t o see a n o th e r :>e ar. Thro u g h lif cs c han g e s. I' m still s tanding. A party will be ce l e brat e d Sa t urday nig ht wit h fami l y a n d fri e n ds Tru l y ble sse d Trakiea. FASAUNI And Mommy Happy birthday t o m ommy's f avo rite pe r so n Bam Bam. S h e s turn in g 1 t o d ay I l ove you! Happy airthdav MR. And MRS. CAT Se ndi ng happy belated b i rth da y wishes out to m y B ae, Cat. I wish y ou many more and I hope y ou enjo y your day I lo v e yo u baby. A.lw a y s Ms. Cat. DAMARI JAMEEL DRONE O n e v ear ag o today. Co d bles se d u s with a hL'a u tiful b all y h o y For th at , e th a nk you. Happy bir th day Mari. We love you. L ove, m ommy, Tas hyra; s i s s y Brooklynn ; gra mmi e Toynetta; a nd g r a ndd a dd y James. H.B. MS. CASSANDRA Go d bl essed J11e a nother year. Birtbday & Anniversary Parties Family & C lass Reunions Senior Class PhotO 8essioos 81 -361-1212 22nd Outlaw 2705 E-Martin Luther King Blvd Suite B Tampa, Fl Also Offering Photo Restoration & Photo Enlargements JJ 0 )> )> "'0 JJ r-I\) I\) 0 .... 0

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E>irthdaH Greetings Platinum AHair ANITA, CLESHAUNA, TALICIA N., TUWANNA, KLEE, SHAMEKA, SHANICQUA, TALICIA G. TAMEKA, TAMIKA, DAYSHAR, SHALONDRA, MICHELLE, TIASHEMMER, ASHA, DENISE And PASSION Want the d efi niti o n o f a di va ... the n see Platinum Affair Stars o f U nity 579 wis h a h appy birthday t o Klee, Lulu a nd Passion. They will celebrate a t the Platinum Aff air Mardi Gras P arty, 9 p m. Saturday, A pril 3 a t UFCW 5020 S 50'h Street. Movers and shakers only n ee d attend please. College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street Tampa, Floripa RESURRECTION SUNDAY Sunday, April4, 2010 5:30A.M. Make Your Way To Allen Temple A M E. Tampa On Good Friday (April 2) 6 :30 P M As The Pastors Pf The 'Tremendous' Tampa District Pr6claim And Preach The Seven Last Words Of Jesus From The Cross! 1. Rev. Charles Cloy (Mt Carmel, Tampa) 2. Rev. Walter Lassiter (St. Cuke, Tampa) 3. Rev. Michael Price (StJames Progress ViUage) 4. Rev. Patricia Mosley (Ml Olive, Plant City) 5. Rev. Ricky Polk (Unity, Seffner) 6. Rev. Beverly Lane (Bethel, Tampa) CHARLOTIE MANNS Today, God h as bl esse d "The World 's Greatest Mom t o see another yea r. I want to wish m y mother, Charlotte Manns a "Happy Birthday" and wishing h e r many more Lov e, your daughter, CleShauna and family New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc. 7402 N. 56th St. Bldg. 700 Suite 790 Tampa, FL 33617 ELDER OlANO COSTON 813-425-5299 ask@IJhcwc.org http://www.nhcwc.org Bible Study: Prosperity 1 01 Is it wrong to want the good stuff? What can I do to get God to l e t me have i t? If the sinner can enjoy it why can 't I? What s the secret to wealth? These questions and more answered! SUNDAY EVENING 6 P. M. B ri ng your questions and let s search God s Word MIN. KARLA M.GOODEN Happy birthday Kurla M. Gooden on Mar c h 3 1 201 0 Con g ratulat i o n s o n r ece ivin g your Mast e r of Soc ial Work from Fo r d h a m l niver sity in I\rvC. Ha rd work a l wa ys pa ys off." L ove, your m othe r .Hazel Gooden. REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7 :50a. m Sunday School 9 :45a. m. Morning Worship 10:50 a m TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6 :30 p m Life Enrichment University Visit our website at www. lbcch .org or Email us at info@fbcch.org The Northside Church of Christ, 6906 N ::SOth. Street, Tampa,FL33617 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 developing programs which will provide firm biblical foundation, enhance individual faith formation, encourage relational growth within the church, and ensure opportunities to develop the daily devotional life of the congregation. Minimum Qualification 2 years commitment with a 2 years renewal option Teach at least one class each week. Preach at least two sermons each week. Marital Status Preferably married Education 7. Rev, Dwayne Gaddis {Mol.rrt Zion, Riverview) BA degree in Biblical Studies or AS degree in Biblical Studies with 5 yrs experience in a professional leadership role or 10-15 yrs of experience in a profess ional leadership role NOTE: This Worsh i p Service Is The Spark For The Creation Of A New' Please enquire for other skill & related Ministerial Alliance In Tampa Bay! r Email resumes to. : ... L _ _ _ _ DUKE And DYNEL S p ec ia l birthday wis lw s go o ut t o m y m a n Your pa s t bit1hd n m n y h nvc b ee n e n joynb l but thi s Olll' will b e r e m cmbe rabl c l .ove alw nys, your \vorld y our lif e, D y n e l. The Baddest10s Divas In The 2010 PATRICIA WINGO And LADIES OF THE SEA, RENE BROWN Happv Blnhdav RUBIN ALLEN LEE s-6-62 Happy birthday to Rubi len Lee, 3918 W State St. ampa, 33609. He welcome s some visitor rom Middleton High School . 23 Years Of Service Feed. Our Children Ministries, Inc. P O Box 290415 Tampa, FL 33687 (813) 784-1021

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C hurch Director "T1 :lJ GRAef MAllY MISSIONARY I BAPTlST CIIJRCH 11'!J I N S 1 8 3 2-'B-m ' NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCit 3107 E L..1ke !\ve 24&4127 ./-:;;.' . .. I I ..... ElDER T1IOIIAS J. REID NE-e!<:ly A c t ; ; ; t l e S Ee rly l!orr-u n g Worci"'d p -B A M :_;,,.r,(l:."ly :_;,f(> ( ll -9 X 1 P .l Morning Soroh1 p -IO.!J{) r,1. I:..;"'L r (JI ::,_.T,J.:.I ,,. \\: : nii>:J \1; : .(1; 7 ..; M =IB'lfll \11Cf310 !:< 1-' '" w ,;cr.:sm; ,.,'( 7 I' PI I H t I UtlU'.; 1:.; IN '.'I I ::u 3t4,:, :!!JJjy MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. n ome /\venue ( C o mer of n ome /\ v e a n d Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 .. Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E -mai l : MtPicasilntMB @aQI.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 :30A.M MORNING WORSHIP -11 A.M. 1$T$UNDAY$ 5 PM-F a mil y Seri.g,s Hour (B.TU.) 6 PM-Lord s Supper ( Communion ) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General BtbiA Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRKLAJIO, Pl';sto r TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une 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 WEBU. Y WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday M6ming worship .... 11 A.M. .f .. Sunday Evening Worship i .... 7:30P.M. I Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .. .,9 A M I l .. Wednesday Night Worship BISHOP lllrrHEW .... .7:30 P.M. "A Cllrc:la Where The Love Of God ROllS And Tile Holy Gllost Is In Fal Control." IO\ e! Is liberh! GREATfR FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH :L h E E mm.1 S: .,. I REV. M. MURRAY, p,.._,cz" Sctt-uul-9 4 5 d r n 11.o1 u r n irKJ W ur:.;hip-11 d .ffl Ev<.:nin y 5 IJ rr1 t-'1<1:, cr Mcc: l i n g t ur.:-:;.day 7 .JOp.rn V i::;i tors A r c Welcome' St Mark Mrssxmary BaPbSt 7221 S, Sl-.emll Port Acridil 3J616 1813) a:&5263 Re" 0atryJ M. Matthew's Pa!;tor/'illoc:t-..lr Sund!r-1 S<;hOOl 9::Kl A.M. Sun day War..hi p 1 0:5!5 A.M Pn!)'!&72-Q5H 1=-M:!JI: rr DR. SAIIIIIIWB.L, SR S!!niul T r uw. Tifrt(!(j M .'1 10"1! A M 4illillfiiir11it &!0H)' A.M. -Mit&. 1 1 A.M. N.klt 'IMl:c1i'la".rtAy r t> M .. Ynulll l f :tulo:tll m I PJA. /'JiUI :;.-.r.;f!!..<{"'..;ufAc. Ft: < Fi.lt. F.t:ll:. lrr.:;J rr:r" 'GnlvwrQ II"C ::itlt>.:J t;,-nv.-1/i:'G 1:.8. I !l > I :\lf IIEW MT. ZIOI M. B. Ill:. 2'J i 1 E Cf {l:l13) 248-tl101 Cf (ti1J) 24(-; jlj',fj> lEI. WILTBI J. WUJIIIS Pastor Earty PAJmflg 7:55A M Sunday M ming WCfEhp -9"..30 A M Mcrnir g 'r'kr.,h p-1055 A. M WOO. .. Fami; Nig-rt-7 P.M. For Transportation Call {813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort. [.)eac;o(ts Minist HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPnST CHURCH 14801 N 15tl1 Stre e t Lutz FL 33549 P 0 Box 273757 Tampa FL 33688 If. DELORES JAMES CAl., 1-'a s or Sunday Mcrnlng Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. SUnda)' School-10 A.M. Worslllp Tuesday 7::3592 (Rl:l) ( 8 1 3 ) 610-125.2 REV. JDII D. &IDERSO., JR. PRs t o r W eekl y Sundcry S d 1 ool G 30 A M :Sl"'l M<_)(rl ir'lq w o,::;h,p 1 1 !I M Wf'rl. Nk'jnl : YOIJ!Tl I 1\nel H ttl!P. Stu11y T hurg. Nigh1 Pr ayer Sef-..::e A n d B i b l e S tudy =':Mr.g Ar:\1 Crn::ll\'1!) Th : ,. C..:m Du 1111 i':'U''i:/!> C/ui!>l m':\_1 -r'll!Y f f J New Harmony M. B. hurch NEW LOCATION : 2811 N 1 7th St Tamp.a 33605 Phone For A Ride ( 8 1 3 ) 531--4799 i'X)i .1;-:ff,-:f!'..nn S1 .. T.1mp;J. 1=1 Sunday SchooL _______________ ___ IHS a m Monling Wor.;hip_,_, .. _, __ ,_, __ ,_,_11 tampabav.r r .oom G m;Jtt O f Day Wcr vi r:x: 7 p .m. S 1UClV ot ttJe l::irble W9d, t : 'JI) -p m 1-'rSJSoeo & Worat u p SttrvJce Wwlh A()(J Stlsr1f111 God s Lore Wor ship Opportuniti&S SUNDAY Sunday School 9.30 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW-6 .00 P.M. Evening Worship t OO PM TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 .00 P M )> _-< )> \:1 :lJ r 1\.) 1\.) 0 ..... 0 'TI r-0 :II 0 )> en m z -1 z m r-1 [JJ c r rm ::! z '"0 c ttl r en :I: m 0 m < m :II -< -1 c m en 0 )> z 0 'TI :II 0 C) m C11 I m

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0 0 N .....I c:r Q. <( c:r u. Lif e i s lik e a r o ller coa s t er; it i s full of ups and downs, twi s t and turns Once y ou get on and are strapped in, your emotions Rainbow Ministries 1405 Pari< Street Seffner. FL 33584 813-3813937 Pastor: ELDER JOSEPH B GREEN First Lady CHERYL GREEN Weekly Worship Schedule begin to change. While you are taking the roller co as ter ride that y ou hav e greatly an ticipated, your turns to screams and shouts of fear. But as the car into the station those fe'ars turn to joy; joy that the ride is over. This is a modern day view of what it is like in this Chris-UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St.. Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 Till' 1' (!\t' lllt'" l,.:.c i:; prL'aL'hing tt tlwm in John t6:t6-2-t: 20:11-16. There will be times of row. but times of peal'e and joy will return. lle prLparing for His death. He going away and they L'ould not come. Imagine their feelings! They are sitting around haYing a feast, laugh ing and chatting. While sharing this moment, Jesus drops on them, am going to die." He says, "In a little while you will see me no more, and then after a little while you will see me." Hearing these words brought about great confusion. c Sunday School 10 A.M. a: Sunday Morning Worship 11 :30 A.M. They reasoned among themselves about the saying. Imagine them in the room, whispering to each other, "What does He mean? I don't know, ask Him!" There are many things God has spoken and revealed that we in the church do not under stand. Has God said some thing to you in your life that you do not understand? Who do you turn to for understanding? u. Monday Morning Prayer 9 A.M. C Wednesday Night Worship Prayer Service 7 P.M. > Bible Study 7 :30 P.M. ELDER H. H. HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship A.M. After hearing them rea son among themselves, He asked them, are you asking each other about what I said? If you have a question or a: w > w c w X en :::::i D ::::J D.. z t= w ..J ..J ::::J D I ..J w z t= z w en was (\'s, 14). It is newr 11 good thing to he so l'aught up in your t'mo tions and situation that you don't see .Jesus whtn Heappears. Too often .Jesus shows up in your life, but you are too focused on what you are going through and do not see Him. What made Mary snap out of it? Jesus called her name! Jesus calling your name is like no other. It is like you can be a in a crowd, hear your name called, and know it is your mother call ing you. Mary recognized the sound of His voice. Life will always bring you joy and pain. No matter the pain, your joy will return. When you see and hear things that you don't understand, ask God! Make sure that in the midst of your pain, sorrow, and discom fort, you still recognize Jesus. THE HOLY GHOST CHURCH OF GOD PURCHASED WITH HIS BLOOD, INC. 3613 N 2 3rd St.** T a mp a ( F L 3360 5 (8 13) 2'17 3 0 15 Chttrc h (IlL!) (>1. 1 IJhOO C e llul a r E n t .til: SERVICE TIMES Su nday S c hool 1 0 1\. M M o rnin g S ervice-1 1 :3 0 A M E v ening S ervic e 7: :10 P. M 13i h l e Sludy liJe s d a y Eve11 i11g Bihl e B a n d -7 :3 0 P M n.ursday E v e n i n g -YPWW 7:30P M 1 s l A n d 3 rd F rid ay E v e nin g W o men' s Oulreach Mini s lry7 :30 P M 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: 5:30 P. M Free Tutorial 6 :45 P. M & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner cffy reachingout to the communffy by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK

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Hanna. day March 27, 2010, a t 34th treet Church Of God Rev. babi . a nn ed ood with pop off lid ntedical up-). pli camping equipment blankets, toiletri (soap lo -;= tion, deodorant Va in .)') t oothpa toothbru h Uplifting Prayers For The Sick And Shut-Ins Thomas Scott officiated. Progress Village soth Family Reunion Happy Easter April Birthdays Abrams, Curtis Rose, Shirley Gunn Anderson, Andy Johnson, Tom Garner and Diane Weatherell. Let u s remember to pray for mankind all o er the world Especially the families who experienced l oss as a result of the recent earth quakes in Haiti and Chile. Uplifting the following people: Mrs. Bertha Washington from NY, Mrs. Eloise Leeks, Mrs. Lucille Moore, Lillie Mae Thomas, Mrs. Tonya Simmons, Ms. Cathy Kirsey, Mrs. Archie Wright and Earl The dates for this year's reunion are: June 11-13, 2010. For more information check out the reunion website at www. progressv illagefamil)Te union .co m or call Tony Parker at (813) 843-6 739 h ampoo and to il t ti u ). diapers baby bottl ready-0 to-use baby fonnula combs, brush es, s hoes socks, und er wear, wash cloth and tow e l s Birthdays are a blessing from God. Happy Birthday Across The Miles Happy birthday to little Miss Joy Moorer, whose special day was 3/29. Condolences Condolences are extended to: Minnie Bell Langston, Earnestine Bell Turner and Andrew Bell. . Hour Of Bible-Prayer THtM is i a group of God s childte n') together dn to learn the word of our Father. Meetings are held every Thursday morning at 10:30 a. m. Everyone is invited to at tend! First Baptist Church Of Progress Village For pi c k up in Tampa call Gloria at 813-403-0071. For pick up in Plant City call Charlene at 813-352-7819. Tampa Christian Supply is the drop off point and they are prepared to ship the items to Haiti Thought. For Today "We cannot direct the wind but you can adjust the sails." F. Y. I. Happy birthday to the following folks celebrating their natal day this month: Henry (Shake) Washington, Joyce Kraus_!i, Peggie N. Use, Beauty Pittman, Tommy Watson, Lashay Sanchez Cabrera, Bernard Rutledge, Janet Royal, Elizabeth Rogers, Valeria Wilcox, Fannie Bailey, Minnie Davis (Perry, FL), Josephine Richardson, Christine Hill, Tauheedah Hill, Sevaughn Anthony, Steven Anthony, Vicki Rigsby, Charles Rigsby, John Greshiem "Zip," Raymond Sweetenburg, Tor Armstrong, Israel Murray, Fred Blue, Lottie James, Walter Patterson, II, Aakier Davis, Aprile Hamilton, Justin She celebrated with family and friends; including her fa ther, Clavaughn Moorer: grandmother, Mrs. Alva Lynda AndersonMoorer; and her uncle, Reginald Anderson, all former Villagers, currently residing in Phoenix, AZ. Sympathy is extended to the family members and friends of the late, Mrs. Mary Bell Darby, who passed away Sunday March 21, 2010. Arrangements were entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home. Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m and 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing, toys and household items at 8616 Progress Blvd. (between 78th St. and Faulkenburg Rd.): Let us keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers as he tries to bring change for ;n Happy Anniversary everyone. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily. Happy anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. George (Marie) Brooks, Mr and Mrs. Charles (Margaret) Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vickers, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Our deepest sympathy, along with the Progress Vil lage community is extended to the Best and Mathis families in the loss of their loved one, Mr. Kelly Best, who was funeralized Satur-Collection For Haiti Victims There's a new helper in the kitchen, Shu-Lon s Kitchen, formerly Family Deli, (813) 741-9760. Call your news in to Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! Yes we can. There is still a need for the following items: clothing for men, women, children and Head Start/ Early Head Start Now Accepting Applications Hillsborough County Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a proud recipient of Federal Stimulus Funds for program expansion to serve 400 additi onal infants, toddlers, children and expectant mothers. You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full ti me Are homeless Are a mil itary family Receive publ i c assistance (SSI, TANF or Subsid ized Chil d care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidel ines for income Have a child who has oeen d i agnosed with an impairment affecting the child's ability to learn Additionally, eligibility for Head Start program: Have a child who was 3 years old before September 1, 2009 Additionally, eligibility for Early Head Start program: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally, eligibility for Expectant Parent Program: Are a pregnant mother in her 1st or 2nd trimester. llead Start is pleased to partner in this expansion with: Easter Seal s ; f O -, J METROPOLITAN MINISTRIES HOPI LmS ltdiE Cou!!!)' PVRLIC SCHOOLS Build a family, build a community: Success starts with Head Start FREE Child Care Applications can be downloaded at www .hillsboroughcounty.org/ headstart/ For more information on enrolling, call 813-272-5140 .(TTY 813-301-7173) ''Transportation Not Provided" Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a federally funded program, operated by the Hillsborough County Boa.rd of County Commissioners Department of Children's Services. Funds for a two-year expansion effort (2009/20102010/2011) are provided through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start has partnered with Easter Seals, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Lutheran Services Florida, Metropolitan Ministries and Tampa Metropolitan YMCA to provide these expanded services. 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Hire someone else to do a thorough lawn cleaning and remove branches and leaves that have accumulated in your flowerbeds and bushes, since these can contain mold and other particles that can make you sneeze and itch. lose Acne The eyes may be the win dows to the soul, but the skin just might be the mirror to your dietary health. Try these: Cranberry-the color of cranberries comes from proanthocyanidins, antioxi dants that are 35% more potent thatn vitamin C. The antibacterial and anti-inflam matory properties are great acne fighters. Pumpkin The en zymes in pumpkin pulp act like alpha-hydroxy acids, mak ing the pulp an effective exfo liator. Puree a little pumpkin in the blender and dap in on your face and let it stand for 10 minutes. Wild Yam Wild Yams have been used to bal ance hormones, but they can be used to rejuvenate skin. The phytoestrogens stimulate progesterone and has anti aging properties and the abil ity .. to promote collagen growth.

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The Publix Pharrnacy FREE Medication Get free immediate-release generic metformin (with prescription, up to a 30-day supply/60 tablets). Online Resources Visit publix com/diabetes to sign up for monthly e-newsletters as well as receive ongoing support including the latest diabetes information, coupons and special offers, recipes, health management and self-care tools, podcasts, and more Knowledgeable Pharmacists Your Publix pharmacist is an important member of your healthcare te .am-available to give one-on-one advice about nutrition and exercise, as. well as address other diabetes concerns you have. The Publix Pharmacy is committed to helping you and your loved ones manage both the day-to-day and long-term challenges of diabetes PUBLIX P I + A R M A C Y Feeling well. Living better. Visit publix.com/diabetes es Haoov Easter Fra T IITU r Here are a few recipes for diabetics to enjoy thi Easter Holiday ... Vanilla Mint lemonade i pa c k SPLENDA Flavors for Coffee, French Vanilla 1 packet SPLENDA Sw ee t ner 3 s lic es fresh lemon & 10 mint l eaves 3/4 cup water & 112 cup ic e DIRECTIONS: Mix all ingredients, e xcept water and ice, in a tall glass. Crush l emon and mint with a fork. Add i ce and water. lEMON MERINGUE PIE 1 (9 inc h) r e frig e rat e d pi c ru st 1112 cup s SPLENDA Sw te n r c up co rn s t a r c h & 1 3 / 4 c up s wat r 4 egg yolks, lig htl y beaten 2 tabl es poon s butte r 112 cup fresh l e mon juic e 2 teaspoon s grated l emon p ee l & 1 c up m e rin g u e powd e r 1 tablespoon cornstarch & 3/4 cup water 1 teaspoon vanilla extract cup SPLENDA Sweetener & 1 / 4 cup light corn syrup DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 450F. Put piec ru s t into a 9" pie plate; crimp. Prick bottom and sides of piecru s t with a fork. Bake for 9-11 minutes until lightly brown e d Cool on a wire rack. Reduce oven temp to 350F. Wbisk together 1lf2 cups SPLENDA l/4 cup cornstarch, 13/4 cups water and egg yolk s in a non-aluminum h eavy saucepan. Cook over medium heat, whisking constantly, until mixture thickens and comes to a boil. Boil1 mim1t e, whisking constantly R e mov e from heat. Wbisk in butte r l e mon juice and lemon pe el. Spoon into pi e shell. Mix m eri n g u e powde r cornstarch, water and vanilla in a large mixing bowl. B ea t a t high speed with an electric mixer for 2 minutes. Gradually add SPLENDA and corn syrup, beating at high speed until stiff peaks form. Spread meringue over hot filling, sealing to edge of pastry. Bake for 20-25 minutes until lightly brown e d. Spiral-Cut Ham 7 to 8 pound spiral-cut 2 1/2 pounds asparagus 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1/2 tea spoo n lemon pepper 1/4 cup cornstarch 3 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons chicken bouillon 1/4 teaspoon white pepper 1 1/4 cups water 1 cup lemon juice & 1 tablespoon finely shredded lemon peel 1/4 cup butter & 2 tablespoons fresh thyme or parsley DIRECTIONS: Heat oven to 350F. Place ham on rack in a shallow baking pan. Cover pan tightly with foil. Roast until an instant-read thermometer inserted in the thickest portion (not touching bone) registers 135 F Remove and discard woody stems from asparagus spears. Arrange asparagus in a 15 x 10 x 2-inch baking pan. Drizzle with cooking oil. Sprinkle with lemon pepper seasoning. Wben ham reaches 135 F add asparagus to oven Roas t about 30 minutes more or until asparagus is tender and ham regis ters 140 F. For the lemon sauce : In a 1 t/2-quart saucepan combine cornstarch, sugar, bouillon granules and pepper Stir in water, lemon juice and lemon peel. Bring to boil; reduce h eat. Cook and stir until mixture is bubbly Cook for 2 minute s more Stir in butter and s nipped thyme or parsley ., r 0 ::rJ 0 l> I en m z m r OJ c: r r z "'0 c: OJ r c;; :I: m 0 m < m -1 c: m en 0 l> z 0 ., ::rJ 0 C') m CD I OJ

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Whether you re cooking for a crowd or a couple Publix can help you prepare a simple et c Easter meal Stop in today for helpful tips delicious ingredients, and special avings. CKehnddall Half Easter Egg Cake ........... . ... =-899 ar on nay me ........... . . .... .f I Vanilla or Chocolate, Moist Cake Covered With Our Or Zmfandel, 750-ml bot Famous Buttercream Icing. Custom Decorated for Easter. SAVE UP TO 3.00 . Stmply Potatoes ....... Homestyle Slices, Shredded o r Southwest Style Hash Browns, Diced Potatoes With Onions, or Red Potato Wedges, 2CMlz bag SURPRiSINGLY LOW PRICE Ham with Sweet Onion Sauce Total Time : 30 m i nutes up to 3 hours (Makes 12-16 1 futJ cooked semi-boneless ham half (5-a lb) 113 cup water 1 packet onion gravy mix ( .87-az) 1 (8-az) can crushed pineapple in juice (undrained) 113 cup hooey 113 cup cream sheny 2 tablespoons Oei-style mustard 1 Thli ham is fuly cooked and reedy to serve It is best served cold or at room terrperature to maintain natural juices and tendernes s Remoye packaging and transfer ham to sel\ling platter ; let stand no more than 30 minutes to bring to room ten-perature 2 If heetirG ham Is desired follow peckege I nstructions and food safety guidelines Use a meat thermometer to check the terr1)E!rature i n the center of tihe ham (not touching bone or fat). When the internal temperattre reaches 140 F remove from the oven Transfer the haiTi to a c81\/ing board Let stand 10--20 rrinutes before slicing This allows the jlices to redistribute thi'OUfll the ham, resulting in a firmer. jUcier. and easier to -C81\/e ham. 3 Whie ham stands. prepare sauce by corrbining remain ing in medil.m saucepan on medil.m-high Bring to a boi sming occasbnaty Calve ham and S8I\IB with sauce Prorrptly refrigerate unused portions. From the PubHx Bakery, 24-oz size SAVE UP TO 1.00 Kraft r3'\soo Shredded Cheese ..... -Or Cubes, Assorted Varieties, 5 8 to 8-oz pkg. SAVE UP TO 3.97 ON 3 Green Beans with Mushrooms and Cheese Total Time: 20 minutes (Makes 8 Servings.) 4 oz white Cheddar cheese 1 lb fresh green beans 1/2 medium onion (thinly sliced) 1 teaspoon water PREP 8 oz fresh pre-sfiCed baby portabella mushrooms 1 / 4 teaspoon pepper 4 az lemon herb butter Grate or cut c heese into small pieces. Trim beans Slice onion (about 1 cup) STEPS 1 Combine beans and water. rricrowave on HIGH 3-4 rrinutes or untU tender. Drain beans 2 Preheat large saute pan on medium-high 2-3 rrinutes. Add bearis mushrooms onions and pepper; cook and stir 2-3 minutes or onions begin to soften 3 stir in herb butter aro cheese until melted SBI\Ie. ... 41Free Assorted Varieties, 48-oz ctn. Quantity rights reserved . SAVE UP TO 4.99 .... ......... }69 Sliced or Whole, All-Purpose, Great in Stir Fry, 8-oz pkg SAVE UP TO .30 Easy Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes Activ e Time: 1 5 m inutes, Total Tlme: 70 minutes (Makes 12 SeMngs. ) 8 oz cream c heese Cooking sprey 8 slices bacon 1 /2 cup chicken broth 1 c up sour cream PREP 2 (20-oz) packages refrigereted homestyle sllc>ad potatoes 1 cup frozen green peas 2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese, divided Preheat oven to 350 F (Or 32S" F If baking the ham ) Cut cream cheese lnt o chunks ; place In large bowt to so ften Coat 13x9i nch baking dish with cooking spray STEPS 1 Cook bacon following package instructions Crumble bacon into bite-size pieces 2 Stir broth and sour cream into cream cheese ; gently stir In potatoes bacon peas and 1 314 cups cheese Transfer to baking dish and cover; bake 1 hour or unt l potatoes are tender. 3 Remove cover; s prinkle 114 cup cheese. Bake 5 more rrinutee or until cheese melts SBI\Ie. ........................... ..... ........ ..................... .... .. _________ ---------------------------------' I I Transfer the ham to a carvirYJ board Let stard I INheJ:l the hem is ready for slicing, place it on its side 10-20 mirutes before slicirYJ. This allows the j l.ices to 1 on the CGVVing board Use a rreat fork to hold the ham ""'"""""' """""' lhe ham. ffiSOJtiog ;n a tin>< """ I ''eady, '"" m;ke """"""'"""'"'='down to the ard easier to carve ham. leg bone i1 the desired thickness -----------Pub I ix. Loosen the slices by cutting horizontally along the leg bone Rerrove each slice with the fork a1d mange the ham slices on a serving platter. Serve with onion satXe ------------------WHERE SHOPPING I S A PLEASURE 6 :zJ C/) m z m r;OJ c: r r z 'tl c: OJ c C/) :I: m c m < m ooot c: m C/) c ):lo z c "T1 ::c c ...... ...... I m

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0 or-o N olk County Polk I s District Of E xcellence R ece ntly, the Polk Public Schools Food Service Department was named as a 2009 District of Excelle n ce awardee by t h e M a ry landbased School Nutrition Association. The associatio n selects d i s tricts for the award based o n nutritio n education, nu t rition com munica t io n s, m arketing, administra ti o n a nd op e r a tio ns. Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk extends c a: condol e nc es to the family, LL church f a mil y, friends and medical field ass ociat es/co< workers of longtime > L a keland ph y sici a n, the lat e Dr. Benjamin Franklin, ffi 62, who passe d away on ::l March 20 2010. Since accepting the baton a: that was handed off at the retirement of Lakeland' s anniversaries! A very, very spec i a l Anniversary" goes to my husband, Michae l R Shaw, as we ce lebrate our 14th wedding ann i versary o Apri l 6th. Birthday Greetings HAPP Y B I R T HDAY wish es are ex t e nd e d t o Lak e l and L a d y Stella Black (April 4 th), a nd t o s i s t e r a nd br o th e r duo, Corneisha Johnson a nd Corey C. J.' Johnson o f Lak e l a nd w ho will ce l e brat e the ir birthdays o n April 6th. N o, Corneisha and C. J. a r e not twins. They w e re born on the s am e day, exactl y on e yea r apart! Wow! Talk about timin g Special birthday wis h e s are extende d to Mother Lillie Pearl Williams, of Tampa, who will celebrate natal day on April 8th. May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more birthdays! W first African American physi cian, the late Dr. John S. Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out Jackson, Dr. Franklin provided years of medical This week' s Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to care, surgery and attention to a multitude of patients of Bartow High s chool's boys' varsity basketball coach, Polk and .Eastern Terrence McGriff. Born in :!: Hillsborough Counties. Wt-Dr. Franklin leaves spe-.. Lakeland, McGriff recently coached the Bartow Yellow :I cia! memories and love with Jackets basketball team to his wife 9f 27 years, its first championship Stephanie .Franklin; his ...1 in 22 years! W children, M .echa a11d .. Bartowisfilledwithexcite:!: Brandon; his. parents, ment o.ver its new high .!z ll.obert H and lneater school basketball title State Franklin, six siblings and Champions.' It is reported c(C a host u n -o-laws nieces, that McGriff and the Yellow -a: nephews and othe t relatives. Jackets have united the City m .. N ..... w The homegoing celebration of Bartow. Congratulations, was h eld at the Gr eater St. coach M cGriff! Paul Mission. a:ry Baptist Church in Lakeland on Satu q ay; Mgch 27_; Annivehary .. spec i al "Happy : to two special coupies .. wbo will soon c elebrate ariother year of marriage: Ainos. and Y:vette Lander.s, of (April 6th}. and Cornelius and Cynthia Floyd, o f Braderiton, (April 9th) May the Lord -to bless y ou with many more Talk to Shaw.,.Nllf Shaw-Niif T.alk :wants to hear from you. Share your and/or photos of e:ven: s birthdays, anniver sar-ies, wed4ing s fiimily reunions church or community e v e-nts, etc:, with the readership the Florida Sentinel Bulletin -and _ShawNiif Talk-by sending an email to: shawnuftalk@yahoo com or calling (863) 513-8 437 (813)" lakeland ladv Denise Spann Celebrates The Big 5-0 and friends of Denise Spann joined t ogc tlwr t o eel brat e h er soth birthday! Th e sur prise ce l ebration coor din a tors of thi s memorabl e c \' c nin g wer e her daughters, n m y rn, S h aqua n a nd Toyn and s i s t e rs, T racy and Valissa. Th e host site was the Coleman-Bush Center in Lakeland. Everyon njo) d un ning of f u n walks down memory lane and an arra y of deliciou food and b verag s. D enise wn. s u rpris d, yet very p l eased with t h e ce l e b ration {Photos b y Shaw-Nuf). Denise Spann, of Lakeland, recently celebrating so years of life. Denise is shown with her daughters and grandchildren. D. J. Gemini served tip a Deloris Shaw, the birthday blend of sounds tasty to the celebrant' s aunt. Jimmy "Jimbo" Brison, the birthday celebrantis young and the matured guests. Ieshia Shaw's 70s look was a real attention grabber. Friends Rene' and Sylvia enjoyed reflections of the good ole' days. James and Susie Johns celebrate d the special night with the birthday celebrant.

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National Entire Class Of 101 Accepted Into College All 107 graduating seniors at Urban Prep Charter Academy have been accepted into colleges and universities throughout the country. CHICAGO --When the doors of Urban Prep Charter Academy, an all-male, all African American school, opened in 2006, only 4% of its students were reading on grade level. Recently, the school announced that all 107 seniors have been accepted into a four-year college. The students a r e not g ift e d, and the school i s a public, not-for-profit hi g h school. It c hoo ses it s students by a l ot t ery. Tim King and a group of African American education, business and civic leaders founded Urban Prep Academy in Englewood in 2006. The second school opened in 2009 in East Garfield Park. They plan to open a third school this year. The students spend 8 hours in c lass. They are required to take a double class of Engli s h and must take 4 years of math, science, social studies, and 3 years of foreign l a nguages. Their uniforms consist of s uit jackets and ties. Urban Prep Charter Academy was the first a llmale charte r school in the country. It i sn't limite d t o African American students, but it r eflec t s the makeup of the neighborhood. And the first graduating class h as a ritual: Whe n students are accepted t o college they rece i ve a speci a l tie of red and gold for their accomplishment. The students have bee n accepted at 72 colleges and universities throughout the country. FAST CASH INSTANT LOANS NO UP-FRONT'FEES ON LOANS Are Looking For'warcl To N e w Clients! Don' t Be Caught Up W ith Inferior Service ... Come To The Tax Doctor For Quality Service! We Will Resolve Your "Financial Drama lOAD IUDf TOUIS =rv COME JOIN THE GROUP -JOIN THE FUN 4/11 4/14 -Pearl River Resort casino En joy "Spring Break Holiday" In Philadelphia MS $199 Per Person Receive $25 Free Play 3/$10 Food Coupons 5128-5/31 -Gullah Festival-Beaufort SC Memorial Day Weekend. 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As previousl y reported, his partner in the would-be killing spree 19-year-old Paul Schlesselman, plead ed g uil ty to one co unt of con s piracy, one count of threa t en in g to kill a nd h a rm a pres idential candidat e and o n e co unt of possessing a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence. H e faces up to 10 years in prison. Cowart and Schlesslman are described by police as white supremacists who planned to kill various of Black leaders befo re ending their spree by killing th e then Senator Man Arrested For leaving Babv In Car Outside Porn Shop RAFAEL GARCIA A Florida man was arrested Saturday after police say he locked and left hi s 9-monthold baby in a hot car while he browsed at an adult store Police rescued his 9-month-old baby out of the car which had no windows rolled down after a passerby reported the incident. The child was recovered from the ve hicle with a temperature of 104 degrees and was reportedly "sweating profusely" and "lethargic The dad, 28-year-old Rafael Garcia, is fating charges of child abuse and neglect. Garcia told police that he lost track of time while looking for a "sexy outfit. Michael Steele Fires StaDer Over RNCScandal MICHAEL STEELE The club often features top less f emale dancers donned in bondage outfits initiating sam e-sex acts. "TI ::0 c l> ::0 r 1\,) 1\,) 0 _.. 0 Michael Steele ha s fir ed one of his staffers after th e loomin g GOP money scandal. Accord in g to Steele, the staffer he fired used $1,946 of GOP money at a racy club featuring wom e n in bondage gear imitating l esbian sex. The staffer was reportedly warned that s uch an expense "TI did n o t qualify for reim-5 bursement. Jl An unna m ed staffe r lost hi s position as part of the "Young Eagles" GOP group for the February 4 incid e nt. No word o n w h et h e r other staffers will be questioned C/J for their involvement as m well. It was reported that Steele z spent $1,946.25 of GOP money at Voyeur West m Hollywood in addition to c cons iderin g buying a private jet. m RNC Lawyer Ken McKay says the group was in L.A. for a meeting when a trip to Voyeur West Hollywood was made. CRIME IS DIWNII Except For Home Invasions Protect Your & Loved Ones Burglar Alann Camera Systems Burglar Bars "We Will Design A System To Fit Your Budget" Fire I Carbon Dioxide Challenged Credit OK! Free Security Analysis Listen To WWAB 1330 AM Lakeland, Planl City, Brandon Every Saturday 12:30 P M 1 :00 P M Hills l8131 787-8652 Pelk l8631 651-8112 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 ef I Keys Made 0"-79And Up Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Painl. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set ........................ $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ...................... .......... 99 ea . 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Classi-fied LEGAL NOTIC Notice of Public Hearing A pub lic h e ar i ng wrll b e held by the Z oni ng H e ar i ng M a ster pursuant t o H i llsb o rough C o unty Ordin ance 92 05 b e g i nning a t 6 :00p. m., April 19 2010, a t the B oa r d R oom 2nd floor o f th e C o unty Cen t e r 601 E K enn e dy Blvd., Tampa to h e ar the f ollo wing reques t s C o p i e s of th e applicati o n s departmen t reports an d l e gal de s c r i pt io ns a r e a v a i la b le f o r p u b lic i n s p ection in a m as t e r f ile mai nt aine d b y t he P lan n ing an d Growth Mana ge m e nt D e partment th e B o ard of C ounty C ommissio n ers and th e Clerk o f th e B oard o f C o u nty C o mm i s si oners All i nterest e d p erso n s wis h i n g to su bm i t tes t i m o n y or oth er ev i d e nce i n t his mat1e r must s u bmi t s a m e t o t he H ea r i n g M as t e r a t th e pu blic h earing bef ore h im / h er. Th e r e c o mm e nd a t ion o f the Z o ning H ea r i ng M as t e r will b e file d w i th the Cle rk with i n f ifteen ( 15 ) worki n g day s afte r th e co n c lusi o n o f th e publ ic hea r ing. Th e r e v ie w o f t he Z on i n g H ea r i ng Ma s t e r s r e c o mm e nd a t io n by the B oard o f C o unty Comm iss i o ners of H ills b o r oug h C o unty s hall be r e strict e d to the rec ord as d e fin e d in Hillsbor o ugh County Ordinance 9 2 05 unl es s additi o nal evidence and / or oral argument is permit1ed pursuant to the terms of the ordinance ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THATTHEYWILL NEED A RECORD OFTHE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2006. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 10-0334-CPV (AB), filed on 1 / 29/2010 by Walgreen Co., represented by Grace Yang, Gray Robinson P A of 201 N Franklin St.# 2200 Tampa FL 33602, ph 813 273-5043, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-APS (Beer & wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises (package sales) The property is 15,056 sq ft and is presently zoned CPV-G5 (04-315). It is located in all or parts of Section 02 Township 28 Range 17 or 7925 Gunn Hwy Petition SU 10-0406-NWH (AB), filed on 2/19/2010 by Walgreen Co., represented by Grace Yang Gray Robinson of 201 N Franklin St. # 2200, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-273-5043, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-APS (Beer & wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises (package sales)) The property is 14,630 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (00-1021). It is located in all or parts of Section 05 Township 28 Range 17 or 13911 Nine Eagles Dr Petition SU 10-0407-LU (AB), filed on 2/19/2010 by Walgreen Co., represented by Grace Yang, Gray Robinson, of 201 N Franklin St., # 2200 Tampa FL 33602 ph 813-273-5043 requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-APS (Beer & wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises (package sales)). The property is 14,394 sq ft. and ispresently zoned CG. It is located in all or parts of Section 13 Township 27 Range 18 or 18469 N U.S. Hwy 41. Petition SU 10-0422-NWH (AB), filed on 2/23/2010 by EVANRYKER INC, and SZM, Inc., represented by Todd Marks of 12169 W. Linebaugh Ave. Tampa, FL 33626, ph 813-490-5211, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP (Beer wine & liquor for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises (package sales)). The property is 3,706 sq ft and is presently zoned PO {92-1 06) It is located in all or parts of Section 15 Township 28 Range 17 or 9524 & 9526 W. Linebaugh Ave. Petition SU 10-0423-NWH (AB), filed on 2/23/2010 by Boonlert Unpikul, represented by Todd Marks, of 12169 W. Linebaugh Ave Tampa, FL 33626 ph 813-494-2533, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP (Beer & wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises). The property is 2,364 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (92-106) It is located in all or parts of Section 15 Township 28 Range 17 or 9546 W Linebaugh Ave. Petition SU 10-0432-ER (FWH), filed on 2/23/2010 by Hilda Castillo, represented by Lorena M Gutierrez, of 3300 Boot Bay Rd., Plant City, FL 33563 ph 813-426-5869 requesting a Special Use Permit for Farm Worker Housing. The property is 10.24 acres and is presently zoned AS-0.4. It is located in all or parts of Section 18 Township 27 Range 22 or 8937 Paul Buchman Hwy (S.R. 39) Petition SU 10.0437-TNC (CC), filed on 2/23/2010 by Mark Scott Scime, of 4706 N. Thatcher Ave., Tampa, FL 33614 ph 813-267-9894, requesting a Special Use Permit for child care. The property is 1 7 acres and is presently zoned RSC-6. It is located in all or parts of Section 26 Township 28 Range 17 or 8001 Sheldon Rd. Petition SU 1Q-0452-BLD (AB), filed on 2/25/2010 by Big Belly Burger of Brandon, LLC, represented by Terry A. Haley, of 108 Clocktower Dr., #157, Brandon, FL 33510, ph 813-453-4251, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP-X (Beer, wine & liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises). The property is 7 ,714 sq ft and is presently zoned PO {03-1603).1t is located in all or parts of Section 1 0 Township 30 Range 20 or 1 09 W. Bloomingdale Ave. Petition SU 1Q-0459-SS, filed on 2/25/2010 by Wimauma Academy, represented by Michael D Horner, of 14502 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. # 200, Tampa, FL 33618 ph 813-962-2395 requesting a Special Use Pemit for school. The property is 27.04 acres and is presently zoned CG & AS-1. It is located in all or parts of Section 25 Township 32 Range 19 or southerly side of U S Hwy 301, 300' SW of Willow Rd REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 1 Q-0213-NWH, filed on 12/15 / 09 by MMJJH Ente r prises LLC represented by David M Smith of 401 E Jackson St.# 2200 Tampa FL 333602 ph 813-222-5010 requesting a zone change from AR & RSC-3 to PD The property is 9 58 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 19 Township 28 Range 17 or northeasterly side of State St. 200' SE of Race Track Rd. Notice of Public Hearing Continued REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 1 0-0292-USF fil e d on 1 / 2 0 / 2 0 1 0 by Ga t e w ood P rop e r t i e s I n c . rep r ese n t e d by D avid M Smi th o f 40 1 E Jac k so n St. # 220 0 T ampa F L 3360 2 ph 813 -22 2 50 10 req ues t i n g a zo n e c hang e fr o m CN RMC 1 2 & PO (ZC 9 1 41) to PD Th e prop e rty is 10. 7 5 ac and i s l o c a t e d in all o r p ar t s of S ec t io n 0 6 Township 2 8 R a ng e 19 or S / S of Skip pe r Rd. & E B e a rss Av e 2 50 W / 0 N 18th St. Petition RZ 10-0296-RU fil e d o n 1 / 2 1 / 2 010 b y W a t e r R e so ur c e Asso c . Inc o f 4 26 0 W. L i n e b au gh Ave T a mpa, FL 33624 ph 813 -2 65 -313 0 r e qu e sting a z on e ch a ng e fr o m AS -1to PD Th e prop e rty is 4 6 acr es a nd i s l o c a t e d i n all or p a rt s of S ec tion 10 Township 32 Range 19 or NW cor of 30th St. SE & 14th Ave SE Petition RZ 1 0-0384-CW, filed on 2/16 / 2010 by Eugene T. Lasker, Jr. represented by Stephen Jorgensen of 214 S. Edison Ave., Tampa FL 33606, ph 813 363 1842 requesting a z on e ch a ng e from RSC-9 to BPO The property is 27 acr e s a nd i s loc a t e d in all or parts of S e ction 12 Township 28 Rang e 18 or NW c or of E 132nd Ave & N C e ntr a l Ave Petition RZ 10-0400-TH, filed on 2/18/2010 by Nick T a noukhi, of 10223 Bloomfield Hills Dr Seffn e r, FL 33584 ph 813 785 0675 requesting a zone chang e from RSC 2 (MH) to CG {R) Th e property is 1 19 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 08 Township 28 Range 20 or NW cor of Rockhill Rd. & U S Hwy 301. Petition RZ 10-0411-EGL, filed on 2/19/2010 by Leonel & Aleyda Arboleda of 5017 Troydale Rd., Tampa, FL 33615, ph 813-598-1752, requesting a zone change from RSC 9 to RMC 20 The property is .38 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 33 Township 28 Range 18 or W/S of N Himes Ave., 150' N/0 Idlewild Ave. Petition RZ 10-0457-VR, filed on 2/25/2010 by Joyce I. West, represented by Brenda J Chase of 4923 Rock Island Ct. Wimauma, FL 33598, ph 813 601-1467, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to BPO. The property is .66 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 05 Township 30 Range 21 or NW cor of Pearson Rd. & Bloomingdale Ave Petition RZ 1 0-0458-EGL, filed on 2/25/2010 by Odigomi Investments LLC represented by Molloy & James, of 325 S Blvd Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813 254 7157 requesting a zone change from M to Cl. The property is 1.1 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 24 Township 28 Range 17 or 300' S/0 W. Linebaugh Ave 400' W/0 Henderson Rd. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 10-0268-PR, filed on 1/7/2010 by Justin Anderson represented by Jeff Anderson of P O Box 1836, Tampa, FL 33601, ph 813-240-9225, requesting a major modification to allow open storage & interim agricultural uses The property is 4 53 acres and is presently zoned PO (05 1619) It is located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 29 Range 19 or W/S of U.S. Hw'y 41., 1,1 00' N/0 Causeway Blvd. Petition MM 10-0295-USF, filed on 1/21/2010 by Universal Property Development LLC, represented by Molloy & James, of 325 S. Blvd Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-254-7157, requesting a major modificatio'n to allow options for hotel office and/or medical office uses and to increase parking garage height. The property is 2.26 ac and is presently zoned PO {95-224) It is located in all or parts of Section 8 Township 28 Range 19 or SE cor of E. 132nd Ave. & N. 28th St. PUBLICATION Tuesday Edition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT R ATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD Contact LaVora@ (813) 248-1921 EMAIL: ledwards@flsentinel.com

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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Sealed b1ds w ill be rece1ved rom bidders b y the Owner i n the Serv1c e Bu1ld1ng front off1ce located on the second level / red s1de. Tampa Inte rnat ional A1rport for the Pr oject l isted below until 2 :00p. m., April 27, 2010 at whi c h t1me all bids received will be publicly opened and read a l oud m the Serv1ce Build1ng L obby Conference Room A second l evel /red sid e Airport Name Tampa International Air port H C AA ProJect Number 5485 10 Project Title Short Term Garage 5th Level Automatic D oor R eplaceme n t A mandatory pre-bid conference will b e held i n the A ut h ority board r oom loca t ed in the Lands i de T e rm i nal B uilding third l e vel / b lue side on April 13, 2010 at 2 : 00 p m F o r m ore i n f ormat i on and to r e gister t o re c e i ve autom a ted e -mail no t ific at io ns of f u tur e business opportun i ties please visit our w e bsite at www.tampaairport com ; quick links ; a irport business HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Sealed bid s will be received from bidders by the Owner in the S e rvi ce Building front offi ce located on the second lev e l / r e d side, Tampa Int e rnational Airport for the Proje c t listed below unti l 2 :00p.m. April 28 2010 at which time all bid s receiv e d will be publi c ly opened and read aloud in the S e rvice Building Lobby Confe r e n c e Room B second level/red side : Airport Name : Peter 0 Knight Airport HCAA Project Number: 4796 09 & 5635 10 FOOT FM Number: 412440 Project Title : T-Hangar S and Hangar B Rehabilitation A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held in the Authority boardroom, located in the Landside Terminal Building third level/blue side on April 14, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. For more information and to register to receive automated e-mail notifications of future business opportunities please visit our website at www.tampaairport.com ; quick links ; airport business NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: SS-P-0128-0-201 0/RM PURCHASE OF VERATHON GLIDE SCOPE COVERS & RESUABLE STYLETS For Fire Rescue Department Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of. a sole source purchase agreement for the purchase of Verathon Glide Scope covers and reusable stylets accessories in the amount of $136,839.60 for a three year period. who believe they can meet or exceed the above stated requi rement must provide convincing technical data suff i cient to support their position The Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on AprV .l=3, 2010. After thi s date an award will be made. Responses to this notice will be used to determ ine whether bona fide competition exists Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services 601 E Kennedy Blvd., County Center 18th Floor, Tampa, Flor ida, 33601, Attention Rosalyn Mcintosh or FAX to (813) 272-6290. For further i nformation call (813) 301-7086 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND / OR PROPOSALS H 1llsborougt1 County \',ill rcce1ve sealed b1ds and ur propc1sals 01 the iollowmg. unt1l the stated date and tmw when thev will be publ1cly opened. APRIL 27, 20102 :00P. M ITB S -01630 -201 0 /EM EMERGENCY WASTEWATER PUMPING AND HAULING SERVICES I nforma tion on these and other Requests f o r B1ds. along with B i d /Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty .org/ pro c urementserv ices. This is a Hillsborough C ounty Governmen tal P urchasing Council Bid. Min ority and women owned firms will be afforded a full o pport u nity to par ticipa t e i n these matte r s a n d will not be subjec t to discr i m inatio n on the basis o f race. sex. color or n ational origin. Questions regarding the a b ove pro ject s may b e dir ecte d t o Hillsb oroug h County Boar d of C ommissio n e rs. D e p artment o f Procurement Servi ces, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florid a 336 0 2 (813) 272-579 0 during reg ular b usiness h o urs. NOTICE OF ACTION BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD IN RE: The Practice Of Contracting Craig Pavlik d/b/a CACO Construction Company, Inc. 1330 Heather Ridge Blvd. And 1665 Chaplene Ct. Dunedin, FL 34698 CASE NO.: 2008018284 LICENSE NO.: C48772 The Department of Business and Professional Regulation has filed an Administrative Complaint against you a copy of which may be obtained by contacting, Jamie Duran, Service of Process Unit, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, 1940 North Monroe Street Tallahassee, FL 32399-2206, (850) 488-0062 If no contact has been made by you concerning the above by April 30, 2010 the matter of the Administrative Complaint will be presented at a hearing pursuant to 120 57(2), F.S. before the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding shoulcj contact the individual or agency sendifl9 notice not later than seven days prior to the proceeding at the address given on notice Telephone : (850) 257 -6097 ; 1-800-955-8771 (TOO) or 1-800-955-8770 (v) via Florida Relay Service GET NOTICED ... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora For More Information @ (813) 248-1921 Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24n To: (813) 248-9218 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tt1n t tt1e und e r sig n ed d es iring t o e ngag e 1n bu s m ess und e r t he fic t i t 1 o us name of I. T's 011.all1y J.hr!.f1 SlQre. l oca t e d a t 64.3 _6. _ N _q_r:.tb A lLen. i n t h e County o f tilltsborougb. i n th e Ci t y o f Tampa,. F lorida 33604 i nt e n ds t o register t he sa id n a m e with th e Divi s ion of Corpora tion s of th e Florid a D e p a rtm e nt of State T alla h a s see, Florida. Dated at Tampa, Florida this 30th day of March, 2010. Sole Owner( s) Tonya Davis Braiders & Stylists Needed For Busy, Growing Establishment! Supreme Styles Barber Shop 8643 N. Nebraska Ave. (813) 443-5741 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTING CLERK Ill $29,577 CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE TRAINEE $24,752 MANAGER (ELECTIONS) $40,768 PLANT MAINTENANCE MECHANIC II $27,976 SENIOR CASE MANAGER (LIMITED DURATION) $40,768 See our web site at http : //www hccsb .org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard 17th Floor Tampa, FL. Preference in i nit ial apt. will be given to eligible vets & e ligible spouses of vets. AAJEEO Employer ::D 0 )> _-< )> "'0 ::D r 1\.) 1\.) 0 ..... 0 r 0 ::D en m z ::::t z m r I IJJ c r r z "'0 c IJJ c en :I: m 0 m < m ::D -< c m en c )> z c ., JJ c ..... (11 I m

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NOT ICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON VI LLC f2T70 the hokler of the following certifteate has liled saod certificate lo r a tax deed to be 1ssued theeoo The certificate number and year of ISSUance. the clesenptJon of the p r operty and the names in whiCh rt was assessed are as l oflows : Folio No.: 208179 0000 Cert i f icate No .. 15141S.07 F ile No.: 2010-329 Year ol I ssuance : 2007 Oncrlptlon of Property : PLANT CITY WARREN S SURVEY S !h OF LOT 3 AND S 90 FT OF LOT 4 BLOCK 23 PLAT K/0315 SEGTWP-RGE : 29-28 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s ) I n which assessed : DES PROPERTIES LLC Sai d property being in the Counly o f Hillsborough State ol Florida Unless such certifiCate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Audi torium 2nd Roor George E Edgecomb Co u rthouse 8 00 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the lilll day of Mav 2010 a t 10 : 00 A M ( NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 lo verily sal e localion) D a t ed this 181b day ol 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 parti c ipate 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)worklng days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. South Tampa 3 4 Bedroom Home Central Heat And Air Large Fenced Corner Lot Section 8 OK Call (813) 949-3482 Sulphur Springs 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Newly Renovated Laundry Room Fenced Backyard $1, 250 00/Monthly $500 00 / Deposit Section 8 Special Call (813) 968-1168 NOTICE OF APPUCA TION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t hat TARPON IV LLC f2T70 the hokler of the lollowlng certifica t e has filed saod certificate lor a tax deed to be 1 ssued thereon The certificate number and year of ssuance. the descnption of the property and the names 1n which rt was assessed are as lollows FoliO No.: 150348 5000 Certificate No.: 146724-07 F ile No : 201 0-224HX Year of issuance : 2007 Description of Property : CALIFORNIA HEIGHTS LOT 3 BLOCK D PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 11/29 SEC TWP RGE : 3128-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) in whic h assessed : DOREEN GALVIN Said property being in lhe Counly of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law. lhe property described in such certificate shall be sold t o the highest bidder a t the Jury Auditorium 2n d F loo r Geo r ge E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 Eas t Twiggs St r ee t Tamp a, FL 33602 on the 22ru1 day ol Aorll, 2010 at 10 : 00 A M ( NOTICE : Pleas e call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verily sale localion) Dated this 2.5lll day ol March 201 0 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: ROBERT E MORRIS 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 provis ion 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 hear i ng or voice impaired call 711. West Tampa Available Now!! 5 Bedroom/2 Bath 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Central Heat/Air Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Cali 1800-344-4216 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath CHA Fenced Yard, WDH $1, 1 00 00/Monthly $1 000.00/Deposit Or Section 8 3 Bedroom Voucher Will Negotiate (813) 900-6926 Contact LaVORA@ (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 TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RFP NO. P-QOS-10 INSURANCE CONSULTANT SERVICES The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting R eques t for Proposals (RFP) from qualified firms or individuals interested in pro viding Insurance Consultant Services to assist with various insur ance and bonding requirements including but not limited to, insur ance/bond procurements loss analysis, claims analysis nego tiation of various insurance related contracts and writing of specifi cations for insurance service providers All interested firms will obtain a copy of the RFP Instructions and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101 Channelside Drive 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602 Submittals are due by 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 5, 2010, at which time TPA will open the responses TPA will hold A MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL TELECONFERENCE on Tuesday April 13, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. TPA will only accept proposals submitted by firms participating at the teleconference. See Section A, Paragraph 1.1 of the RFP for teleconference details. Submittals shall include a letter indicating the Firm s i ntere st and completion of the RFP Documents including a Vendor s Questionnaire Firms failing to submit the required RFP Documents may be deemed non-responsive to the RFP. The RFP is available through the DemandStar System (www demandstar.com) or through a link on the TPA web site (www tampaport.com) TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on projects and has a goal of nine percent (9% ) SBE participation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the submittals Questions concerning this RFP should be directed Donna Casey of the TPA' s Procurement Department at (813) 905 5044 or e-mail at dcasey@tampaport.com or faxed to (813) 905-5050 I= t.B' fJ1 ;1d i:i 1712 W. Walnut Street 4/1 Newly Remodeled House, WDH CHA Fenced Yard, Driveway! Rent $1 ,500.00 Deposit$ 800.00 Call Jonda (727) 320-7310 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) 81()..6577 Northeast Seminole Heights 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Newly Renovated $1, 350.00/Rent $500 00/Deposit Section Welcome (813) 293-2677 "Available Immediately" Studio Apartment Utilit i es Included Section 8 Age 62+ EHO Call (813) 87Q-1830 Ext. 22 (TTY) 1-80Q-955-8771 "T1 :D I' 4 fJ1 ; 8 ; 1 a:i 11 0 )> < )> "'0 :D r University Area 1\) 1\) 1 Bedroom/1 Bath 0 ..... Gated, Pool 0 Laundry Facility $490 00/Monthly No Deposit Upon Approval Call (813) 318-1523 Section 8 enters Ask About Rent With Utilities Included Deals 1 And 2 Bedroom Apartments Starting At $450 00 Tile Floors Walk In Closet Call 813-975-0258 ., r Apartment 0 2406 East 12th Avenue 1 Bedroom / 1 Bath en m Nic e And Clean z ::::! $475 00/R e nt z m $4 75.00/Deposit r I m Call Marla c ,... (813) 846-6422 ,... z 204% East Selma Ave. "'0 c 1 Bedroom/1 Bath m c Upstairs Garage en ::z:: Apartment m c $500.00/Monthly m $500/Deposit < m Available Immediately Section 8 Accepted -t c m Call (813) 786-8670 en c Convenient Ybor City > z 1 Bedroom/1 Bath c ., Apartment ::D Just Remodeled c New Floors Fresh Paint $725.00/Rent Includes All Utilities $500 00/Deposit 813-245-1998 First Month Rent Free & $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History Required Good Neighbors 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Central A/C Central Stat ion Alarm System $550.00/Monthly The Security Deposit To Be Paid At $50.00/Monthly For 6 Months 2102A Beach Street C) m ..... Call (813) 238-6353 co I m

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Grant Park Area 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Duplex Washer / Dryer Hook-Up A/C $500 00 / Monthly 3714 Carraway Street Call (813) 610-4518 Section 8 Rental Quiet 2 Bedroom/1 Bath With Washer/Dryer And Fenced Yard 1919 East 137th Avenue $650 00 / Monthly Call 813-956-5607 DUPLEX 9902 North Hyacinth St. 3/1, CHA, W/D Hook-up $750.00/Mcinth $300.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Ron (813) 92G-1085 (813) 690-6664 Grant Park Section 8 Accepted 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex WDH, CHA, New Carpet $700.00/Monthly Includes Water Plus Deposit (813) 417-3455 Section 8 Special Sulphur Springs Use Your 1 Bedroom Voucher Get 2 Bedroom Tile Floors, CHA Washer/Dryer Hook-ups (813) 230-8968 Duplexes 1 0001 North 11th Street 2/1 $550.00 9505 North 13th Street 2/1 $550.00 8211 North 12th Street 2/1 $550.00 1203 East Seneca Ave. 1/1 $450.00 1211 East 18th Avenue 2/1 $550.00 3307 North 12th Street 1/1 $600.00 1319 East Sitka Street 1/1 $450.00 11213 East Chilkoot Ave. 2/1 $550.00 Call (813) 81 0-6577 Sectjon 8 Only 0 Deposit 2 Free Months Accepting 2 & 3 Bedroom Vouchers Large 311 CHA WDH New Paint Quiet Area (813) 789-3879 Temple Terrace Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Furnished Duplex Central Heat And Air All Utilities Paid $215.00/Weekly Call (813) 69G-2833 Move-In Special Tampa Heights New 4-Piex 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 4n-n34 Sulphur Springs Section 8 Welcome 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Central A/C, WDH $850.00/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Phone (813) 728-7510 (813) 453-3741 North Lakeland Clean Large And Updated 2 Bedroom/1 Bath With Carport Only $495/Month -Mercury Drive Near 1Oth And Galloway Large 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Near Lakeland Mall Only $550/ Month Section 8 Accepted Background Check Required Crouse & Associates 863-686-2161 T ULD 8 YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT Large Furn i shed Room Pr i vate Entrance And Private Bath Cable Central Heat And Air No Drugs Call (813) 238-7034 Rooms For Rent Single Individuals Preferred $125 00/Weekly Call (813) 784-0508 For More Information Furnished Room For Rent Clair Mel Area No Pets, No Drugs Cable, Private Entrance And Bath $500.00/Monthly (813) 628-4357 West Tampa South Of 1-275 Near Armenia Furnished $100 .00-$125 00/Weekly Includes All Utilities Cable & Personal Fridge Call (813) 545-8074 Near Downtown/Busline Or Busch & Nebraska Clean, Quiet Large, Furnished Rooms Washer/Dryer, CHA, Cable Must Have Job And Drug Free (813) 493-2401 1 -Week Free Female Preferred Must Be Employed Non-Smoking No Felony Convictions $75 00/Weekly $0 Deposit Utilities Included (813) 988-6272 Special Value University Area And Near Downtown For Any Size Room $1 00.00/Weekly Or $300 00/1 st Month Limited Time Special Near Busline 30 And 9 Must Be Employed (813) 384-0387 Rooms For Rent Near Bus Line $100 00 And $125 00 Weekly +Deposit $50 00 Phone 813-234-9339 Furnished Booms For Rent 'Single Person Free Cable A/C And Heat $100 00 Per Week No Depos i t Call (813) 562-3848 For Rent Rooms/ Apartments 1 Week Free In Quiet Building No Drugs Allowed Visit: 2913 N. 15th Street Call Henry (813) 727-0151 Clean Quality Room For Rent $1oo:oo And Up/Weekly 2 Locations 1 Near Busch & 46th St. 2 40th & Hanna Area Call Mr. Prater (813) 298-3297 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Furnished Rooms $475.00/Monthly $120.00/Weekly AIC, Washer, Cable Utilities Included Kitchen, Phone, On Bus Line No Deposit (813) 505-5400 Fixed Income Room Special $350.00/Monthly Includes All Utilities Washer And Dryer On Premises 1010 E. 22nd Avenue R. B. (813) no-. 2o2s 1516 E. Columbus DJive Annie (813) 247-1844 West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen. Furnished $80.00-$100 00 Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 476-8748 Near Ybor & Downtown Clean Furnished Rooms For Rent With Share Bath On Bus Line $115 00 $125 00/Weekly $115 00 $125 00/Deposit Call (813) 846-9535 Clean Rooms lnYbor City Includes All Utilities And Cable From $120.00/Weekly Or $475 . 00/Monthly $1 00.00/Dep osit 813-245-1998 Room For Rent In Nice Home 30 Years Of Age & Older Must Have Steady Income $120.00/Weekly $120 00/Deposit Jim (813) 237-1810 Beverly (813) 235-7934 Jeanette(813)230-6n6 Busch Gardens Temple Terrace Area Immediate Special Clean, Cable TV Tiled Floors No Deposit $125.00/Weekly Devin (813) 516-1550 Or Tecla (813) 965-0702 Ybor Heights Large Furnished Rooms $140.00-$150.00/Weekly Deposit Plus Security Plus 1 Week Rent Cable TV, Launory Single, Drug Free Must Be Employed Call (813) 247-4724 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS .......... EMPLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT ...... APARTMENTS DUPLEXES ........ : ... : ...... .'................. ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC . ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ., :D 0 }< > :D -r _!\) 0 0 ., r 0 C/) m z m '="' m c: I= z c: m r u; % m 0 m < m -i c: m C/) 0 > z 0 ., :D 0

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First John M. B. Church Installs Pastor First John M. B Church installed a new pastor recently. Reverend Gregory Hill and Mrs. Kirnberlee Hill became the new First Family. Participating on the afternoon installation service were Elder Freddie Wright, Elder Earlene Sermons, Destiny of GWC, Deacons, Pastor Antonio Hawkln Pastor Alfonzo Broughton of Genesis Worship Cent er, and Deacon Roosevelt Hill. Pastor Gregory Hill gave the final remark s a nd benedictio n Pastor Broughton gave the installation sermon from Jeremiah 1:4-10, Knows My Name. M Se era! ministers were pres nt t o parti ipate in th Laying on of Hand ceremony. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Pastor Gregory T. Hill and First Lady Kimberlee Hill are the new 'First Family' at First John M. B Church. Pastor and Mrs. Hill are shown with April Knight, Charlotte Knight and Mother Thelma Hill. First Ladies: Kimberlee Hill and Kimberly Thomas. Ministers who participated in the Installation Ceremony were: from left to right, Pastor Oranvill Apostle Otha Lockett, Pastor Haywood, Pastor W. T. Carpenter, Pastor Gregory Hill, PltStor Alfonzo Broughton, Elder Earlene Sermons, Elder Wright, Pastor Sims, Pastor Thomas and Pastor Antonio Hawkins. Shadaveya Jones, Judi Jones,.GloriaPittman and Edward Grooms were at the serrice. These young ladies are Chanel Carr, Syteria Robinson and Samiab Robinson. SISTER MARISSA BERRY Evangelist Bettye Bradley attended the service. Elder Earlene Sermons gave the Invocation. Deacon Rodn.ey and Sister Tanya Miller witnessed the ceremony.

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Local c a: LL. c z < c f/) w :l .... > a: w > w c w :I: f/) ::::i m :l 0. z tu ..J ..J :l m I ..J w z i= z w f/) C a: 0 ..J LL. Voted Tampa's Hottest Hair Extensions Local Producers oner New Brand 01 Entenainment BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer If you're one of the people who have grown wary of area clubs and lounges and feel the hip hop crowd is not one you like to party with, you now have an alternative. On Saturday, April 3rd at the Embassy Suites, 555 North Westshore, Jazz and ENJ Barber Shop 7105 N. Nebraska Ave (813) 232-0494 [ 10% SPRING DISC!U Currently Have 2 Barbers & 1 Styl i st Mr. "G" Offering 10% Off Medication Removal From Hair Hair Color & Relaxers (Namaste Products) Hours : Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. & Sat., 8:30 A.M -6 P.M. Closed Wednesday & Sunday Ul Boy's Haircuts Young Ladies Relaxer 12 & Wash-N-Set 12 & Under Sew-Ins (Full Head) Relaxer & Cut '$35.00 $20.00 $100.00 soo:oo Shear Reflections 1 01 E. Broad St Mon Sat 10am-7pm -419110 Jokes will make its debut. Sean Wood, one of the produc e rs of the event, aid they already hold weekly shows at K e nn e dy 's Bar and Grill at Heritag e Isle in N e w Tampa. "My business partner, Anthony Long, came up with a concept of blending jazz music with comedy. For the past four years, he and his company have been known for bringing the area's urban comics." Wood said he deals more with the entertainment or music aspect of the business. "Anthony and I sat down and came up with a way to blend jazz and comedy together." "Our intention was to target a different crowd, and get those people who donit go out to clubs anymore to come out and relax. We want that forgotten audience to come out and have a great time." Wood said he and Long are aware that almost all of the clubs and lounges cater more to a young, hip hop crowd because they generate a lot o$ busiws. "We thinkoy creating this brand of entertainment, we can cater to an: even bigger audience. Peop]e need to feel comfortable and relaxed when they go out." Local jazz sensations, City Groove, 'will open the show and set the mood for. the night. This weekend entertainers Davell Taylor, Meech, Goldiee and Ryan Robinson will be featured. For more information call (813) 389-9463. upport e lorida Sentinel Advertisers

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Tampa Resident To Honor RelaUVes Bv Participadng In Marathon SHEV ANNE BROWN A year and a half ago, Shevanne Brown's uncle entered Moffitt Cancer Center in hopes of curing himself of Hodgkin's lymphoma a type of blood cancer. During his stay at Moffitt and then the Hope Lodge, Shevanne visited her uncle and ran er rands for him. However during the process, she wished there was more that she could have done. Unable to be a donor match, she finally found a way that she could help her uncle, by putting her feet to the pavement. After completing her first half marathon in Novemb e r of 2009, Shevanne was in troduced to TEAM in Train ing an organization that raises funds through completing 112 and whole marathons for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to aid in research for these diseases. On April 30, 2010, Shevanne will be taking her quest to do more interna tional. She will travel over 3,200 miles to Vancouver, Canada to complete the 13.1 mile BMO Half Marathon ali in the name of her Uncle Alex Bain and her late grandfather, Johnny Brooks. Every week she runs over 20 miles in hopes o(crossing the finish line in under three hours and helping save the lives of thousands. "Training is a grueling process", says Shevanne. Most weekday mornings she wakes up at 4:4s a. m. to go to a high-in tensity 4S minutes spinning class before going to her classroom where she works as a high school ESE teacher. But weekends aren t days off either, Shevanne runs at least eight miles before at tending church services on Sunday at Without Walls In ternational Church Shevanne has started a letter-writing campaign solic iting friends, family members and co-workers for dona tions a raffle and a dinner sale, all in hopes of raising the required $2,200 participa tion fee. Despite these efforts Shevanne is less than so% away Date Set For Communitv Meeting The Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TO BA) will facilitat community meeting for all interested persons: church, busi ess, and civic leaders, as well as fraternities, sororities, electe d appointed officials, and professional organizations and in 'viduals. The meeting will be held on Thursday, April 8, 2010, 6:30 :30 p. m., at the 34th Street Church of God, Rev. Dr. Thorn cott, Pastor. Civic AssociaUon Meeting The Thonotosassa, Seffner, Mango Civic Association, Inc. wi old its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Aprils, 2010, 7 p .at Sterling Heights Park, n?o6 Williams Road, Thonotosass 33S92). All members are urged to be_ present and on time. Family ends and neighbors are welcome. Bring your concerns, ques ons and suggestions. For more information, contact Pauline Larry Grant (813 86-3300. Walll-1-Thon To Benent Homeless Families Touched By An Angel Ministries will host a walk-a-thon t enefit homeless families With the theme, "Walkin In Th ight ," the event will be held on Saturday, Apri117 2010, a orthside Christian School 7777 62nd Ave. N. St. Petersburg For more information, contact Stephanie Manning (727 6S-7338. ., from reaching her goal of $2 20o.oo. If you \ ould like to make a donation please \'lSit http://my,e2rm.f=en-CA. Any amount is greatly appreciated. You may also follow her journey to the finish line through her blog http: m Tampa resident, Shevanne Elizabeth Brown is a 28-year-old Miami native. She received her Bachelor's in Anthropology from the Uni versity of Florida in the pring of 2004 and ha re-cent] ompl ted h r cours work for her Ma t r f ence in Special Education from NOVA Southeastern o .... ... . . . . University. She looks for wards to walking across the stage for her MS in Summer 2010. 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. Store (813) 237-3741 OPEN 24 HOURS Pharmacy (813) 237-3743 we Now Accept Prudendal Healthcare Plans (HMO -PPO -POSJ & CIGNA Wonder Bread loa I $1.99 ills a ell ngWater 2/$9.00 Gallon Milk $3.39 Angel son Bathroom TISSUe 9 Rolls $4.00 Nabisco Single Serve Cookies ..... 199 2/$3 &Pk. 1.00 Tul PK.Paper Towels $5.00 InkJet ca ReD II Blacll & While or Color 12.9

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o Local Gamma Phi Delta Sororitv Holds Fall Induction Ceremonv a: 0 Members of Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc., shown from left to right seated are: Pinkie C Sanders, Denise Corley, Regional Director; National President Patricia Daniels; Rebecca Ford, National Membership Chair Natalie Ford; and far right, Prodell Carson. Newly inducted memhers shown standing are: LaToya Patterson, Kimberley Smith, Shalah Collins, Luvonda Moss, <( Brittany Jones, Jasmine Cooper, Jasmine Wade, Nicole Melford, Alexis Foster, Patricia Robinson, and Stephanie Thompson. w :::> t-il: w > w c w :::r: en :J m :::> ll. z i= w ..J ..J :::> m I ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J !fhe Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc., recently held their Fall Induction Ceremony at the historic Bethune Cookman University. During the ceremony new members were inducted as officers. The National theme for the event was United In Heart Sisterhood, and Service." The Induction Ceremony was conducted by Denise Corley, Regional Director She was assisted by Pinkie W. Sanders. National President Patricia A. Daniels administered the oath and was the guest speaker at the Induction Luncheon. She was introduced by Rebecca H. Ford, National Membership Chairperson President; Luvonda Moss, Secretary; Brittany Jones, Financial Secretary; Jasmine Cooper, Treasurer; Jasmine Wade, Assistant Secretary; Nicole Melford, Editor; Alexis Foster, Chaplain; Patricia Robinson, Parliamentarian; and Stephanie Thompson, Monitress Special recognitions and greetings were brought from Natalie Ford, who sang "At Last," and Althea Jackson was the guest soloist. Greetings were extended by Daisy Lynum, Gamma Phi Delta Foundation President, and Orlando Commissioner Kathleen Gordon. Bridgette Henderson is the BCU Undergraduate Advisor. Chapter Presidents in attendance included: D e lta; Prodell Carson, Xi Beta; and Pamela Roberts, Delta D e lta Recipient 012009 Sales Award Has Passion For Helping Others BY G\VENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor The d esi r e t o h e lp others reach th e ir financial n eeds is probably why Valerie E. Tharrington became the recipient of th e 2009 Sales Award for floridacentrnl Credit Union. She was recognized just recently during Professional Day 2010. The Senior Member Servic e Specialist for the business she says,''Banking has always been m y pa ssio n In started in banking in 1996 with Bank of America and was there for 9-t/2 years" Mrs. Tharrington came to Tampa in late 2006 from North Carolina with her hus band, Baron Tharrington, Sr. and son, Baron, Jr. to fill a Head Teller position. How did she reach having the highest sales for the year? "I bonded with the members and listened to their needs The high sales goals with banking made it easier for me with the credit union. Learning the members" financial goals as a teller and building a rapport." What did she do differently 1BA VALERIE E. THARRINGTON to reach that goal? "The difference is not looking for faults in p e ople, but e levating and motivating people; educating them to reach their financial goals whether it's in loans, investments or finding a different solution altogeth er," she explained. Out of high school, Valerie attended North Carolina Central University. In her spare time she enjoys travel ing and spending quality time with her family. The family worships at Without Walls International Church unde r the leadership of Senior Pastor Paula White. The n ew l y inducted member officers are: LaTonya Patterson, President; Kimberley Smith, 1st Vice President; Shalah Collins, 2nd Vice Bernice Cook, Alpha Phi; Amy Filmore, Gamma D ST. PETERSBURG. FL GA'I'U OPRN AT 2PM HOWTI.MI! 4PM 1'0 PURCIIAS. 1'1CKDS LOG Otl1'0a WWW.FUNKFEST201 O.COM ORDIR 'BY PHOIIE -877-548-3237 OR @ CHANN.L RADIO S1'Aft0N LOCATED AT 4002 GANDY FL FOR MOR INFORMATION VISIT& WWW.FUNKFESnAMPABAY.COM OR CALL 704-51 0 .... Hillon ................ ..., ..... Will TlltDY ..,

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Local Progress Village School Preparing To Celebrate 50 Years BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Excitement is building as faculty, staff, parents and students prepare to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Progress Village Middle Magnet School. Ms. Sharon SeaBrooksJackson, current Guidance Counselor of the sc hool says the ce l ebration is planned for Saturday, April p.m. "V'{e will be ho s ting_2 tours, 2-3 -P m. and 4-5 p. m. The program will begin at 3 p m. We want the community to come out and see what we have to offer from our Vocal/Jazz Ensemble Dance Team, Step Teani, Fiddlers, art displays, costume design, historical skits from the '6os 7os '8os, '9os and 2ooos, along with former students participating on the program," Mrs. SeaBrooksJackson said. A reception will be held prior to the pro gram, 1:30 4 p. m. The doors to Progress Vil lage (at the time) Elementary School opened in 1960 The school's name carne from the newly developed community that surrounded the school. Grant Brinson (the late) was the first principal. Lu-Meeting: Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting The Green Ridge and De laney Creek Estates Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting will be held on Tues day, April6, 2010, 6:30-7:30 p. m., at Wfnston Park, 7605 Destin Dr., Tampa (33619). Ms.-Ola Lott is Coordinator (813) 626-4831. Highland Pines Community Task Force Meeting The Highland Pines Neigh borhood Meeting will be held on Thursday, April 15, 2010. The meeting will be held at Highland Pines Recreation Center, 4505 E 2151 Ave. Tampa, promptly at 6:30 p. m. The Crime Watch 111eeting will follow. The guest speaker will be Tonya Brickhouse, Director City of Tampa Solid Waste Department. Hope y ou can attend and bring a neighbor. Betty J. Bell, Coordinator. LUCILLE NlLFS FRANKLIN .. first teacher at PV cille Niles Franklin was the first teacher, followed by Bessie Lewis. The primary and interme ; diate classes were held in portables and the school col ors were red and white. ' GRANT BRINSON ... first principal at PV Integration came in 1969 and so did the addition of a 4th wing to the school. In the early '7os, Ms. Sweetrix Williams became principal and the mascot became a Lion. She introduced the chool's motto Progress illage StriYes For E.xc lThe first 6th grad graduation wa held und r Mrs. Williams' tenure. She remained a prin ipal until the early 1980s. Dr. Wilma Stone became the third principal. h e in troduced the team t eac h r concept. The school's mascot change to the Bob ca t a nd the colors became red and black. In 1991, the chool b came a 6th grade center and Mrs. Lois C. S. Bowers, an area resident, became the fourth principal. Under her l eader s hip the enrollm ent in creased. In 1996, the school's title became Progress Village Middle School: Along with the name change, came a Registration form: A Fair Housing & Home Ownership SeminarAprll15, 2010 (Registration deadline: April 9, 2010). Name---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Phonet ________________________ ___ ______________________________________________________________________________ __ Street Address City State Zlp If you require special accommodations, i nduding the provision of auxiliary aids or services, please let us know when )'OU make your reservatiOn. For additional information or to register, please contact the Bay Area Apartment Association at (813) 882..0222. To register In Spanish, please contact the Tampa Office of Human Rights at (813) 274-5869. Mail your registration and make checks payable to: Bay Area Apartment ASsociation, 6107 Memorial Highway, Suite B Tampa, Fl33615. This advertisement is paid by the City of Tampa with funding ptovided through a grant from the HUCVFair Housing Assistance Program. i 8 a en m r:i m c: ... ... :l; c: m ... c;; ::c m c m < m c! m en c )> z c ., :!! c C) m Ul I 0

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o Local c a: LL. c a: LL. c z < c (/) w Small Business Panicipation In Countvwide Bidding Process Increases According to the recently r eleased 2009 S m all B usiness Encou ra ge m e nt (SBE) P erfo rm ance R e p o rt Hill sboro u g h County Pu blic Schoo l urpassed its reco rd o f provid ing s mall busin esses with opportuni ti es, d es pit e d ec r eases in o v erall expe nditu res The r e port was prese nted at the March 16th School Board m ee ting. It co ve red the period from July 1 20o8 t o June 30, 2009 The r e port also stated that the number of small busin esses that are registered and certified who ente red bids and compe tin g f o r co n tracts in creased b y 30%. N ea rl y 70 local busin esses, including construction firm s, architects electricians and telecommunication s co mpani es were honored a t the boa rd m eeting. Henry Ballard, Jr., Supplier Diversity Officer for Hillsborough County Public Schools said "The succ ess of thi s program provid es many benefit s to th e e nti re s chool district as well as to those small busin es ses that are participating." Ms. Cathy Valdes, Chief Facilities Officer for Hillsborough County Public Schools said, In addition, the district re-inv es ts millions of t a xpl\y e r doll ars with l oca l ly-based, established businesses, which in turn pa y taxes and spend money within this community. Ballard said no other school district in the nation in the nine years he has served in that position has received the l e v e l of support th e h as from th e school board. Other highlights reported include : the number of small businesses registered in the SBE data base increased by 30%; the number of SBE " e ndors awarded bids increased by 25%; all construction management firms achieved a minimum of 15% participation of small businesses for the first time; and eight vendors received total bid awards in excess of $I million or more. Pictured left to right: Sonja Robins, of GPM Inc.; Stephen >' McDonald, of Manhattan; Eric Graham, of Horus ffi Construction Services Inc. ; and Jerry and Chris Langford, of > L&L Site Services LLC. w c w :I: (/) :J Q. z ti ...J ...J ;:::) m I ...J w z i= z w (/) C a: 0 ...J LL. r.--------iiiiil 1 Micros starting@ $100 1 1 Fun Head Sew-In 1 79.00 NGIE(813) @ 7227 N. Nebraska Avenue -: THE, B. PATIY: & Kl -COBRA .. MORNI,NG .SHOWt .. -r ( J3EALITY RAQIQ AT ITS BEST!) .. .... ..-. Every S&tUrday @ 1-0 am to 1 f (Easter.n Standard Time). .. EST Voice your opinion 0 Hot Line # (866) sn-4820 cb For advertisement or sponsorship opportu n ities w Call King Cobra Enterprises (813) 244-0848. Shown in this photograph from left to right are: Brian Washington, of MC Squared Inc.; Rick and Sandra Weitzell, of Gator Communication Systems Inc. ; Cathy L. Valdes, Chief Facilities Officer for Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS); Henry J. BaJlard Jr., Supplier Diversity Officer for HCPS; Ted Hanson and Dean Kenyon, of KPI Engineering Inc. Shown in this photograph are from left to right: Jim Kagan and John Rodriguez, of Third Generation Plumbing and Mechanical Company, Inc.; Susan L. Valdes, Chair of the Hillsborough County School Board; and Alia Qurieshe, of Suncoast Architectural Studios Inc.

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:::D Rep. Reed seeks Academic State Conference NUCP "'0 ScholarshiP Signing oav Denounces Healthcare Lawsuits TALLAHASSEE ---An an nual eve nt that' s been charac t erized by so m e as most cel e brat ed even t in the lif e of a high sc h oo l may ge t so me competition if th e Legisl ature signs off o n a measure s ponsored by Representative Betty Reed ( D -Tam pa ) and Senator Anthony Hill (D-Jackso nville). Dubb ed th e District School Board P olicies a nd Procedure s l egis lati on, SB 206/HB 55 e n co urag es distric t scMo l boards to recognize academic ability as mucli as athletic prowe ss Under the measure the third Tuesday in April each year would be designated as "A cademic Scholarship Signing Day." "Recognizing our student athletes is always a great thing to do," said Rep. Reed. However, I feel that we should also recognize our best and our brightest students for their ac ademic success. Wouldn't it be a grand idea to hold a press conference or some type of cel ebration announcing a stu dent's acceptance of an Academic scholarship?" Currently, Florida law does not require or encourage school districts to conduct "Acade mic Scholarship Signing Day" assemblies or activities that recognize academic sue-cess REP. BETIY REED ... D-Tampa If passed, SB 206 / HB55 will allow school districts to recognize high school seniors who have been awarded post secondary academic scholar ships and authorize assemblies or other events for this pur pose. Additionally, students may sign actual or ceremonial doc uments signifying acceptance of the scholarship. The "Academic Scholarship Signing Day" is mod e led after the letter of intent signing activities conducted by many U.S. high schools to cel ebrate a student athlete's ac ceptance of a college athletic scholarship. The purpose of Academic Scholarship Signing Day is to recognize academic achievement with similar fan fare FRESH FRESH Immedia tely follo \\ing th e pa age of th e landma rk health care r efo rm bill. Florida State Attorney Gen e ral Bill McCollum filed a l awsuit in federa l court to prevent the State of Florida from implementing th e h ea lthc a r e reform bill s ign e d b y President Barack Obama. The Florida State Conference NAACP issued the following statement in response to the lawsuit. "The Florida State Con ference (FSC) NAACP is ap palled that Florida State Attorney General Bill McCollum would go against the will of the people of Florida and his constituents in his efforts to prevent the State of Florida from adding millions of uninsured Florida men, women and children to the health insurance rolls while protecting every insured Floridian from losing their healthcare coverage, at the whim of greedy insurance companies maximizing their profit margins at a time that families need insurance coverage the most., FSC ADORA OBI NWEZE President, Florida State Conference NAACP NAACP President Adora Obi Nweze said. "The President and Con gress made history on Tuesday by signing into law the most extensive and comprehensive healthcare reform bill in the history of the United States. Put simply, Healthcare reform is a matter of life and death. "Across our great nation and more importantly, our state; people are suffering and dying daily because of the failure of our current system and we needed reform now . The U.S. Congress and the President of the United States responded with this historic new law. The tactics b e ing t lk n by Florida A ll r -N ney nernl Me ollum nrc deplorabl and will nl y re -0 s uit in th e deaths of mor Floridian s fr m I a k f h ealtl1ca r e, .. added Nwcz nd r th n h a lth 1 l m tho wh ar pi as d with th ir urr nt in sura n plan or do t o r h a th option of r taining it. What do chang unde r th n w pl a n i an increa in prot -tions provid e d to already in -sured Am rican pecifi a ll y, th n w healthcare proposal outlaws discrimination again t Americans with pre-exi ting medical conditions and does not allow insurance compa nies to deny coverage to a person because he or she has gotten sick. f! It reduces costs for people who currently have insur-0 ance and makes coverage ):It more affordable for those en who are uninsured. !;2 The plan also sets up a ::i new competitive insurance jfi market where small business owners and families are al-low ed to shop for the insur-ranee plan that works best for th e m z "'0 STORE HOURS: 8 A.M. -8 P.M. c: m r u; :::J: m c Sunday Through Saturday Everyday 7 Days We Accept Food Stamps, WIC Checks & Debit cards, ATM On Premises m < m :::D -< -t c: m en c ):It z c :!! c TOP BUTT ROAST BEEF BACK RIBS BEEF STEW S1.99 $ 1 LB. S1.99 LB. 18.25-18.9 OZ BOX PILLSBURY CAKE MIX sse GREEN PEARS ONIONS atgge 1l99e FRESH, COOKED IMPERIAL HAM 1.SS 240ZBTL HUNT'S KETCHUP gge FRESH, FAMILY PACK FRESH, BONE-IN CHICKEN GIZZARDS PORK BOSTON BUTT ROAST 69LB. ggeLB. 1 OOZ!N,LARGE GRADE A WHITE EGGS 1.39 4.5-6.3 OZ BOX BETTY CROCKER SPECIALTY FfiESH PORK ITALIAN SAUSAGE 1.99LB. FAMILY BUNDLE #4

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Loc.a Entertainment N N a: 0.. < Comedv At Ybor Citv Nightspot Comedy is always on tap at the Good Luck Cafe in Ybor City. When Tampa Bay young and chic partygoers want a good laugh th b ad t a m nightspot. (Photos by Julia Jackson and Photography by BRUNSON) Manesia and LIFE were also in attendance. F AHAD Daney at the cafe. Lizz Straight, host of "Poetry Is, and Reggie Eldridge. Woody was also in the house for one of the comedy events. Captured as they headed into the comedy show were Felicia, Dee-Dee and Ria. Blair Green and Christina Daniel waiting for the comedy to begin. Keisha1 Seanie and Sonia. Lil Tre, Reuben Tre and Ms. Keel.


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