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Cel e bratin g 65 Yea r.In T h e Tanzpa BaJ A r e a VI IIIIIIVIIII ar' II SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A HISTORIC LAND MARKER UNVEILED AT CHURCH On Friday April 2nd members of the community gathered for the unveiling of a historic land marker at Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church. The placing of the marker designates the site as a National Historical Landmark. Many of those who attended the church as children returned for the dedication ceremony. Shown from left to right are: Reverend Theodis Lane Sr., pastor of Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church former State Senator Lesley Miller, Jr., Hortense Lampkins, Ann Porter, who served as the Mistress of Ceremony, Evelyn Judge Stanley Lillie Judge Nichols, Ernestine Keith Ruby Mack, and Willie Monroe (Photography by BRUNSON). Stylist Hopes Show Livens Up Industry SEE PAGE 4-8 Probation Officer ailed For Drugs SEE PAGE 23-A Kickballers Set Times; Have Rules SEE PAGE 2-A Celebrity Mover Dies Suddenly SEE PAGE 3-A

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"T1 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Emotions High As Vehicular Homicide Trial Approaches BY IRI B HOLT O N Sentinel C i ty Edito r It has been a year since a traffic acci d e nt claimed th e life of a Clearwater woman a nd left h e r friend seve r e l y injured. Now, th e s urvivor o f th e accident is trying to emo ti onally prepare for th e upcoming tria l o f the man accused of causing the acci dent. Ms. LeCh a n Knowle' s r e m em b e r s seg m e n ts of what h a pp e n e d o n April 4 2 009 as s h e r o d e with h e r fri end and b u siness p a rtn e r jaz z s ing e r 3 9 -yea r -o ld Tina Howard Harrison. W e h a d j u s t l eft W algree n s a nd th e l ast thin g I r e m e mb e r i s t h a t we w e r e s t o pp e d a t th e r e d lig ht. Whe n I ca m e to, I was as kin g p e opl e wha t h a d h a pp e n e d I gu ess I r ealized th a t w e h a d b ee n hit. I could t ell from th e po s ition of m y body that I was basi c all y hanging out of th e windshie ld I c ould n t mov e and I TINA H OWARD-HARRISON . kille d in accident couldn t fee l a n yt hing on m y l eft side a nd I'm l e ft-h a nd ed." Ms. Knowles r e m e mb e r s fir e r esc u e c uttin g away por ti o n s o f th e ca r a nd r e m e m bers tha t Ms. Howard Harrison was f reed fir s t Sh e w as th e n pull e d from t h e wreck age a nd a ir-lift e d to St. Joseph's H os p i t a l. S h e remaine d the r e for 6 days with a broken collarbone a n d n um ero u s oth e r inju ries S h e was ab l e to atte n d t h e fun e ra l s e rvic es. RYAN C ARLL .. d e f endant Today, Ms. Knowles, 48 sa id of h e r injuri es, Tm h ea l in g a nd I h ave so m e t h in gs tha t won t eve r b e th e sa me. But th e g r ea test thin g i s d ea l ing with th e e motion s T h e e motion s surg e to th e for efro nt esp e c iall y s inc e the p r e -tri a l of Ryan Carll, t h e d e fenda n t in t h e c ase i s s e t f or A pril 29t h T h e trial i s se t for May 17th. Th e acci d e n t t ook pla c e a t D a l e Mabry Hi g hway and Ma pl e D r i ve B l v d a t lAS AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For Loss Wa es And Medical Care ... IBIIProtessional Sendee! 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 I f there is a dispute on how t h e accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repai r -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, MotorcyciQ, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, .wrongful Death And More . Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week a.m .. o n April -tth 1\1 Howard-Harrison w as dri ing h er 1999 Lexus R.'\300 an d M s Knowles was a pa. sc nger. P o lic e said n 2006 l issan Tit an truck driven by arll was traveling at a hig h rate of speed w h e n i t s t ruc k th e car t h e w omen were riding i n Carll h as rem a in ed in jai l with o ut a b o n d since th e ac i d e nt. H e w as c h a r ge d w ith DUI m a n s l a u ghte r and ve hi c ular homi c ide. H a l o h a s othe r c h a r ges fr o m an unre l a t e d i n c id e nt. M s Knowles said, I wan t justice. I b e l i eve h e n d s to serve time. H e's b ee n in trou bl e b e for e and w as a bl e t o w a l k away wit h a s l a p o n t h r-wrist. He never t ok 1ny m respon ibility I lon't think h e needs t o be ft't't'. l\1s. Kno''' l s th e t'" c; women mt't in :.!00 1\nd be c tllH' f r i n d . h air tdy th' ow n r of \ pany. \ e tart ed F r s h cep t s i n J u ne 2 08. I -. with th e m n n agc m nt of m pnnie th n t w r c j u s t s t 1 i rtin g r th o w h o n d e d h l p Tina h a nd! d th mu i p a rt of th o m p a n w o rkin g with a rti t s, pro m o tin g a nd p l an nin g v nt M Knowl s said th h a d j u s t o m fr m 11 a l o a l a id n l Citv Council Chairman Recommends Tribute To late Florida Sentinel Chairman "T1 r-0 :!! 0 )> en m z The late M R C. BLYfHE ANDREWS, J R ::1 On Thurs d ay Ta mpa i ty z Council C h airman Thomas Scott, a s k e d t h e ad mini stra -III tiv e and l ega l s t aff to r port ? back to him within 3 0 d ays ron his wi s h to h a v e a park, building or stree t n a m e d in z honor of the late Mr. C. "tJ Blythe Andre w s Jr. 5j On J anuary 12, 2 0 1 0 Mr. rAndrews die d afte r a en :I: lengthy illn ess H e w as 79 m S c ott said b e cau se of th e 0 countl ess contributions Mr. !;g Andre w s h as made to the m city of Tampa, thi s would b e a great way to recogniz e him -t and his family Celebritv Mover Dies 0 Suddenlv Of Hean Anack 0 Joseph "Jody" Washington, w ho gai n e d popul ari ty f or owning a movillg c om pany that h as s ervi ce d s om e big names in th e area di e d on April gth from complications during surgery for a rotator c u ff inj u ry He was 63. Washington was a native of Palmetto, Florida and owne d Washington Broth e rs Moving Company for 35 years His wife of 35 years, Leila Washington, srud her husband went to the hospital for surgery to repair a rotator cuff "To tile s ock of the doctor s and all of u s he suffered a heart attack during s urgery. He was never d iagnosed a s having a -heart problem, s o this came out of nowhere. Washington gained fam e in the area for being the man t o c all if y ou are a c e l e brity JOSEPH "JOD Y" WASHINGTO N "He moved D o u g Williams and a few other high profile peopl e in the area," said Mrs. Wash ington. He worked bard his entire life and never s low e d down ," s aid Mrs. Washington. "It was hard for him to s a y C> no to a nyone who n e ed e d his p elp. ->-

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0 Editorials/Columns ...J a: a.. < c a: LL. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (US PS 202-1 4 0 ) 2207 2 1 s A enue T amp a F lo r ida 33605 ( 8 3 ) 2 4 8-192 P ubl i shed Every T uesday a nd F nd a y B FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of attOnal ew s pa pe r P u b lishers Assoc1atton ( N PA) POSTMASTER : Sen d Address Cha n ge To: F lori da Sentinel Bulleti n P O Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 Per i od i ca l Postage Pai d At Tampa FL C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n ( 1945) W W Andrews 1874-1931 ( 1919) C Bly1he Andrews, Jr. 1930-201 o ( 19n) 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 Edi tions : $87 00P e r Year Both Edi t i ons Op1n10ns expressed on edi t orial pages ol this newspaper by Colu mni s t s or Guest W nters. do not necessarily reflect the edi t orial stance of The Flor i da Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Thanks Governor Crist, For Vetoing SB& By now, conservative Republicans know one dis-a: turbing thing about Governor Charlie Crist: He LL. C has his own mind, and he is not afraid to use it. Z Take for instance, the current Senate Bill 6 which < would literally put a lynch-rope around teachers' necks. A majority Republican legislature ram-rodded this bill and it laid reeking on the desk of Governor W Crist, who did not lean toward the conservative right. Governor Crist who ultimately vetoed the bill, we > 1 fervently believe SB6, if it had been enacted, would ffi have driven competent teachers from our schools in > droves. Also, SB6 fails to address factors that affect w C student performance, which teachers have little, if any w control. Indeed, we doubt if Florida lawmakers would sup:::J port legislation that required them to be elected every m year based on their performance. ::J a.. Not having been consulted on SB6, and having been Z abruptly dismissed from so-called fact-finding meettij ings with non-educator lawmakers, the only thing -I teachers could do was hope that Gov. Charlie Crist re_. ::J membered that a teacher's effectiveness helped him to D? become Governor ofthe State of Florida! -I w z t= z w en < c a: 0 -I LL Now Is Not The Time For A New Sports Complex Who has been added to the County Commission these days, Nero or Caligula? The reason we ask is because we ( and everybody else in town) have been told that despite having laid off hundreds of employees, raised fees, reduced and or eliminated crucial services, closed county offices on certain week days and other so-called cost-saving short-cuts, the County Commission is giving "thumbs-up" to a new sports complex. Forgive us for saying so, but Hillsborough Comity needs a new sports complex like it needs a hole in the head. Our argument is very obvious. During these pressing economic times, any spending should be based on the needs of local citizens only! Therefore, spending millions of dollars to compete with Polk for soccer, softball and baseball tournaments is crazy. After all, Polk County and other Florida counties, don't hawe football stadiums, aquatic centers, baseball stadiums, hockey arenas or amphitheaters, like we have here in Hillsborough County. Consequently, selling a new sports complex to already over-taxed voters would command not only a widely publicized cost i;Jlllllilj return on in-is laid. Is It Obama's Race Or Policies;-Th e countr;. i s divid e d lik e it h as n't b ee n for yea r s America n s a r e l ess finan cially secure than th ey h ave b ee n for yea rs. Mak e no mistake abo ut it. In s pit e of th e lies, mis int e r pr e tation of the facts, th e h a t e mong e rin g b y R e publi cans a nd con se rvatives, America was in thi s condi tion l ong b e for e President Barack Obama b eca m e pre side nt. But und e r th e l ast adm ini stration f ew ca r e d few complained and few eve n dealt with the truth let a l one distorted it. Hat e i s run!1ing wild among a minority of people. It i s so b ad until th e r 1 t a l k of t ates sece ding from th union ; t a t es o rgam z m g armed militia t o fight th e gove rnm e nt ; t a lk of Pres. Obama trying to d es tro y th e U nit e d States ; Pres. Obama trying to in tall a so c ialistic form of government a nd se lf procl a im e d mav -ric k s d e n ying that they were eve r a m ave rick. T urn on Fox News a nd get 24 hours of criticizing every thing that Pres. Obama does or says. Whe n the y aren t doing that they are bus y trying to paint him as a d e mon from anot h e r world or at l eas t another country. R e publican s are doing a b -nothinp, to lwlp im prm America. I f Pres Obama is for it. Repuhli "111S art' against it. If Pre . Obama i s tgninst it, R e pub licans are f or it. The e l e phants !lip f1 p o n thtir \ n ides d pe ndin g n Pr s Obama's pos iti o n I ask, i s it Pres. Obaunn's race r i s it his p !ides? ith r n e of th e m L th right qu tio n . In fac t a que lio n i s n o t ap propriat e in thi s ins t a n In stead a stat m nt i s mor appropriat in thi ca and that is, thi i a ca of pur and impl ra c i m with n o attempt to hid it or disguis it Accuse m of playin g th rac e card if you like. r all it lik e it i s and call it w h at it i s This do es not app l y to all non-Bl acks. In stead, thi gro up of r ac i st Obama h a ters are in th minority Unf01tunat e ly, th y m a k th e loud es t noi se and g t t h mos t t e levi ion cov rag Teachers On The Firing line: Governor Crist Vetoes SB& EdOp By Sen. Arthenia Joyner (D-Tampa) and R e p Betty Reed (D-Tampa) C onsider this : The rules of parenting have sud denly taken a startling turn. A small band of government elitists, convinced they know parenting better than you, have decided to implement a child behavior tax. Kid pulled a bad grade? That 's going to cost you. Child mouthed off to an adult? Uh oh, tax increase. Son forgot to pick up his toys? That's going to cost evt!n more. Daughter kicked her sister? This is getting really expen sive ... Sound ridiculous? You bet. But flip the scenario and that' s exactly what Senate Bill 6, the so-called merit" or teacher tenure bill is threatening to do to our edu cators in Florida. The legislation which pass ed despite unanimous oppo sition from Democrats in both the House and the Se nate strips teachers of any job security, and rewards them financially based on how well their students per form on standardized tests. While in principle that might sound like a gopd idea, in reality it s not even close. SENATORARTHENIA L.JOYNER Don t get us wrong. We're all in favor of rewarding teachers who do an out standing job, and weeding out those who never should have entered the profession in the first place But there are more realistic ways to do that than penaliz ing them either financially or by firing simply because their students didn't make the gains arbitrarily set by some Tallahassee bureau crats peering down from their ivory tower. Under SB6, the pay and the careers of teachers who al ready serve as substitute pa rents, law enforcement agent.s, truant officers and psychologists -will hinge on how well they continue in those functions. That means the teacher who draws the students con sidered subpar those with absent parents or other home issues, those who may REPRESENTATIVE BETIYREED be ill but untreated, or those who simply just don't care would be penalized simply because they answered their calling to administer to all children, not just the star performers. This terrible bill, now ve toed by Governor Charlie Crist, was not the product of a well thought out desire to improve teachers' perform ance. It s the hatchling of former Governor Jeb Bush and Florida Republican Party Chairman Sen. John Thrasher to advance a rad ical right-wing agenda. Un fortunately, dismantling public education has always been their true objective. Putting teachers in the crosshairs of renegade Re publican conservatives is un conscionable. Governor Crist rights this ship in a more principled direction and vetoes SB6.

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Local ., :::0 0 Navv Captain Ends Career At Tampa's MacDill Base l> "0 Lt. G eneral John R. Allen, SMC, Capt ain Bruce Curry, S. Navy, his wife, asey Curry, and daughters, April Shannon and Taylor. Captain Curry's family: sister, Elmelda Curry, father, Alphonso Curry, mother, Pearl Curry, and sister, Raye CurryGrant. On March 19' h at Bayshor e Of ficer s C lub a t MacDill Air Force B ase U nit e d States Navy Cap t ain and n ativ e of San B e rnadino Calif o rnia, Bruce H. Curry ended hi s 29year military career with a formal Nava l retiremen t serv i ce. The service was comp l ete with Navy tradition an d regalia. The keynote speaker wa s General John R. Allen, U.S. M C. The invocatio n a nd clos ing prayer were deli vered b y Rev. Michael ICBouie, P as tor of Allen Temple AME Churc h in Ybor City. The na tional anthem was r endered by Captain Curry' s old est daughter April Elayne. Among tho se prese nt was Captain Curry'swife of 27 years, Casey Curry, Director of Creative Writing at Howard W Blake High School and his three daughters April, a grad uate student at Harvard Univer sity, Shannon; a junior at Spelman College and Taylor Raye, a high school junior. Published: Also attending were hi s parents, moth e r in-law, two s i s t e rs and a h os t o f friends a nd classmat e s from aro und th e coun try. Among the loca l friends a t tending were : Henry (Shake) Washington a nd hi s wife, Cheryl, Irving Lee, Troy Collier a nd wife, Janice Collier, Attorney Delano Stewart, Anthony and wif e, Jackie Haynes and Albert a nd Hosetta Coleman. Add iti ona l g u ests of honor were Rev. John Warren, president and m e mb e rs of Captain Curry's Fraternity th e Gamma Zeta Lamba Alumni Chapter of Alph a Phi Alph a Fra t e rnity Inc Highlights of_ Captain Curry's illustriou s military service include command of two naval warships, the USS McFaul (DDG 7 4) and the USS Mon t e re y (CG72), where he earned the Battle E award for the b est ship in the squadron. He also served as the Chairman of Sea manship and Navigation at the Friday, May 14, 2010 Deadline: Wednesday, May 5, 2010 $10 Gets Y en m z m r I m c: r r z "0 c: m r-(j) :I: m 0 m < m -1 c: m en 0 )> z 0 -n :c c C) m U1 I )>

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0 .,..... .,..... ...J CI: a.. a: w > w c w :I: ...J m ll. z i= w ...J ...J m ..J w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...J u. U ni ted State House of Repre se n tatives t o im peac h Bill Clinton a n d r emove hi m fro m office. I s th e r e a p a tt e rn h e r e? H ow a b out th e fact t hat a m ajo ri ty o f F l orid i a n s a r e interested in c h a n ge or h e l p with h ealthcare on every l eve l for every age g roup And If you do n t think the in s u r a n ce com p anies o wn this country, yo u mus t li ve in th e La n d of S o m e pl ace E l se. T h e De m oc r a t s a r e tryi n g to c h a n ge that. Mo r e im po r t a ntly, we h ave a Blac k P res i d ent, a D emocra ti c Con g r ess and th e R e publi ca n s are clear l y o n the b r in k of init iat i n g a r ace war t o m a intain p owe r T h ey're d oi n g a great T h e r e a r e some p e opl e w h o h ave b ee n in t hi s fight b ecause th ey b elieve th a t F l o ridians s h o uld a t l eas t h ave access to h ea lth ca r e es p ecia ll y kid s. Loranne Ausley h as m a d e that a foc u s for up wards o f 10 yea r s. H ealt h ca r e for c hild re n h as b ee n the p r im ary focu s of those w h o r ea ll y care. All of Gayle Andrews is a f o r m e r m e m be r of t h e Capito l Press Corps adjunct Jo urn ali s m ins tru c t o r at F l o rid a A & M U ni ve r sitz), w h e re s h e w a s awarde d Di s tin g ui s h e d and Outs t andi ng Graduate s ta tu s S h e i s a cor po ra te and p o liti c al con s ul tant in Talla ha ssee CIICI FIUIIIIIOI,IIC. PBESITS: !1 flflrNJ
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Local Hillsborough Countv Court Judicial vacancv The Thirt eenth Circui t Judicia l om i nati n g Comm i ss i on is ac cepting application s for a va ca ncy o n th e Hillsbo r o u g h County Court c r ea t e d b y th e app o intm e nt o f Judge Paul Huey t o th e c ir c uit court App l i ca n t s mus t b e r eside nt s o f H ills b o r o u g h C o unty, reg i s t e r e d vot e r s a n d m e m b e r s o f T h e F l o rid a B a r for t h e pasf five years .;;-'"T The applicatio n fd'ffll r e c e ntl y a m e nd e d a nd th e c ur r e nt a ppli catio n ca n b e d o wn l oa d e d fro m th e F l o rid a B a r s W e b site a t www.flo rid a b ar.o r g o r o bt a in e d e l e ctronically b y c o nt act in g Chairman Pedro F Bajo, Jr., a t (813 ) 4 43-2199 Eac h a ppli ca nt mu s t s ubmit a f ull y compl e t e d orig in a l a nd nin e copies a l o n g with S uppl e m e nt s A a nd B a nd a ph o t o g raph for e ach application to the ch a ir no l a t e r than 5 p m on Thursday, April 29, 2010. Appli c ations that are not c ompl e te will not be considered Applications should be pro vided to Pedro F. Bajo, Jr., Chairman Judicial Nominating Commission 100 North T a mpa St. Suite 1900, Tampa FL 33602 csx Responds To Complaint In a letter dated March 23, 2010, CSX Railroad responded to a compl aint about the sched uling of their train through the East Tampa community. During the earl y morning hours as residents are trying to get to work they have to deal with the very long train blocking the tracks and at times coming to a complete stop. This incon venience bas caused a lot of hardship to the people of East Tampa. In the letter from CSX, they state that "while a blocked crossing can occur for many reasons, please know that CSX has relayed the complaint to the appropriate representative in our state relations departmentfor further investigation. We will promptly investigate the reasonsfor the temporary blockage in the hopes of minimizing this type of blockqge again. "Should the crossing be blocked during an emergency call .1-8002 32-014 and choose option 1. During non-emergencies, ple.ase call1-877TeUCS X to report blocke d crossings." LOOKS FOR AN EDGE A N D S H A R P E N S I T I I Customized Business Advice and Financial Tools to Conquer Your Business Challenges SunTrust has created a site designed specifically with the business owner in mind. Bizsolutionscentral.com puts expert advice and forward-thinking, business-building tools like the Cash Management Evaluator and Financial Fitness Kit right at your fingertips. Best part? These free, innovative tools can be c:;ustomized to your business. Find out more about how you can put bizsolutionscentral.com to work for your business today. Cash Mana g e m e nt Redplent of nine Greenwich Excellence Awards for business banldng, Including Overall Satisfaction and Financial Stablltty SUNTRUST F i nandng S o luti o n s Ret i r e m e nt Soluti o n s ltve SoUd. Bank Solid. S unTrust Ban k M e m ber FD I C C;)20 10 S un Trust Ban k s In c S unT r u st and Live So li d Bank Solid a r e f ede r a l ly reg i ste r ed se rvi ce marks of S u n T rust Banks I nc m 1\.) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 lJ c )> en m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r r-z "'D c: m r-c;; :X: m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c ., c C) m ...... I )>

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0 c; FAMU News ..... > a: w > w c w J: en ::J m ::::> a. z i= w ....1 ....1 ::::> m I ....1 w z i= z w en c a: 0 ....1 LL. session at the Alfred Lawson, .Jr Cen ter Teaching Gymnasium. Anika Noni Rose, a product of FA..1\1 U' theatre department (BA), has received in t e rnational ac claim for her professional accomplishments in the visua l and performing arts. Afte r gradua tin g f r o m FAMU, s h e earo e d h e r MFA in drama fr o m the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francis co CA. W e a r e pleased t o h ave Ms. Rose come back t o the University to share words of inspiration with our students," said President James H. Ammons In 2004, Rose won a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical for her role in the Broadway show, "Caroline or Change." In 2006, Rose starred in "Dreamgirls" as Lorrell Robinson. She portrayed Mma. Grace Makut s i in HBO's Peabody Award Winning "The No.1 Ladies D etective Agency" and her rol e in Disney's latest animated feature "The Princess Bible Missionarv Baptist Pastor uovd Black, Pastor 4605 N. 35th Street April 18th April 18th 11 A M. Speaker 4 P.M. Speaker April 25th 11 A .M. Speaker Ground Breaking For New Sanctuary ANIKA NONI ROSE .. FAMU Alwnni NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B CHURCH OF TAMPA and the Frog. are historic as she repi'L'!;t'nts th e first Black animated Princess. Ti cmn. The mm k rt'l'l'ntly scar r\1\" lrtl nomin 1tions and a Goldrn ;1 be :\ward nominntion for tlw b es t -For mar information, conta t th ffi of Communication at (850) 5993413. Hundreds Of-Dollars In Prizes Morning Worship -11 A M. Registration Fee Is Required Wednesday Prayer Service 7 -7:30P. M Bible Study-7:30-8:30 P.M. Please Calf (813) 251-3389 Or; _. (813) 767-9239 The Public Is Invited. Monday -Wednesday-Friday For Application And Other lnfotmation ST. MATTHEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3708 E. LAKE AVENUE TAMPA, FL33610 ( 813) 628-0752 CHURCH (813) 626-4622 PASTOR'S STUDY www.stmatthewchurch .com www. rsims@tampabay .rr.com REV. W. D. SIMS And' SIS. ARSIE SIMS Theme & Scripture: "Pastor Sims: A Laborer In The Word, Worthy Of Double Honor" 1st Timothy 5:17 15th PASTORAL ANNIVERSARY AP RIL 17 2010 :00 P M APPRECIATION LUNCH EON HONORIN G SIS. ARSIE SIMS ST MATTHEW CHILD D E V EL O P M E NT CENTER 3716 E LAKE AV E APRIL 21,2010 7:30P.M. ST. JOHN 1st BAPTIST INSTITUTION'AL CHURCH PALMETTO, FL DR. FRED BROWN APRIL 23, 2010 7:30 P.M. APRIL 221.2010 7:30 P.M. GREATER HOPE M B CHURCH TAMPA, FL GREATER ST. PAUL M. B. INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH, DR W. J. HAYNES PASTOR & NEW BETHEL M B. CHURCH WINTER HAVEN FL DR. FRANK O'HARROLL PASTOR .APRIL 2562010 4:00P.M. NEW FRJEN SHIP M B CHURCH TAMPA, FL DR H. L DANIELS PASTOR LAKELAND, FL DR N. S. SANDERS, PASTOR iiiiiiii!i!ii,.. ANNIVERSARY CHAIRPERSONS: CHILDREN AND YOUTH MINISTRY REV. 'NIWAM LEONARD I-YOUTH MINISTER BRO. JONATHAN MITCHELL-PRESIDENT WE INVlTE EVERYONE TO SHARE iN THIS BLESSED OCCASION

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Local --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 Women's Conference, Pageant oners More Than Spiritual Growth ""0 :::0 ew Beginni ng" i s a fit ting theme for the 11th Annual Might y W o m e n o f God Confe r ence and 1 5 th Annual B anquet and Te s timonial Pag eant.' As the event offer s more than 'spiritu a l g r owth,' th e eve nt 's foun de r Rev. Pauline L. Cole, says thi s conf e r ence i s a n oppo rtuni ty f o r wom e n to h ave a n ew be g inning. Th e c onf e r e n ce will b e held Friday and Saturda y April 23, 24, 2010 at th e Clarion Banquet Hail 2701 E. Fowler. Several have agreed to par ticipate in the various pro g r ams and workshops offered over the 2 days. "An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure," Rev. Cole says, refer ring to the old adage. The Women of Zion organization is focusing on the concept that ROSA MCKINZV CAMBRIDGE prevention and Biblical processes will bring about better health, she says. A major overhaul of our lives body and entire being is nec essary in this day and time." The Black Nurses Associa tion of Tampa Bay has part-RONDALYN WALKER nered with the Women of Zion to host a workshop on health. Minister Rhondalyn Walker, RN at Tampa General Hospital, will preside over the workshop that will deal with the topic: Portray ing The Image of God in Di-OP The Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at the University of South Florida will n outreach event to benefit children who stutter and their families. The event will take place on May 1, from 9 a.m. until 2 p .m. at the Marshall Student Center. On Friday, April 30th the university will host a continuing education workshop for speech Registration is required for both events. Entitled "Youth Day," the event will offer age appropriate activities will be planned for The age groups are threeto five-year-olds; sixto nine-year-olds ; 10to 12-year-olds, nagers. Separate sessions will be held for parents as well. There are a limited number of scholarships for those in need of financial assistance. For addition contact Nathan Maxfield at (813) 274-6190 or e-ma i l nmaxfield@cas.usf.edu. REV. PAULINE COLE vine Health. The workshop will also includ e Firefighter /EMT Eric Ervin, Consultant Randall Fitch and a luncheon speaker, Dr. Rose Marie Solomon, of Rev. Dr. A. Vickers, pastor Workshop will continu at urd ay mornin g with v nd or pr ntation Later in th v ning, th banquet and pag ant honor ing several worn n will b held. Rev. Cole will pr ide. V\lednesday Night: Total Woman Thursday Night: Manied Woman Friday Night, Panel Discussion: Ladies In Waiting Saturday Morning, 10 a m Proper Care and Nurturing Wor1
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Local ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Doctor Finds Astronomv An Interesting Hobbv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff \ Vriter Wh e n yo u r e th e daughte r o f a n educato r you find yourself g r owing up in an e nvir onment full o f pote nti a l caree r choi ces Dr. Barbara Gail Harris is the daughter of former educat o r Rudolph Harris, and h e r f ather was a hi story instructor, s h e said s he's a lwa ys h a d a n inte rest in astronomy. Dr. Harris attended Hill s borou g h Hi g h School, and after graduatio n attended the University of Mi a mi wher e s h e compl eted medical school as an OB-Gyn. She said that's when she developed a stronger inte rest in astronomy. I lo ve history. I love learning about history. I've always had a scientific mind and grew up knowing I'd do something scientifi c I lov e astronomy, but never thought about it as a ca reer." Dr. Harris lives in New Smyrna Beach near Orlando, and said it's the perfect a rea for astronom y. She a lso has h e r own t e lescope. She said if a nyone i s interested in astronomy as a career, they need to be stro n g in math and science and take a physics course in college "It ca n be quite an e nli ght ening career, especi a ll y with What do I want to be when I grow up? DR. BARBARA GAIL HARRJS NASA and other governmen t organizations. I've discovered that eve n as an a mateu r yo u ca n make a contributio n. A J o t of comets are discovered by amateurs." Dr. Harris was the first t o discover that a star known as U Scorpii had erupted. B e for e the eruption, s h e sai d the star was very faint. "The day b e fore i t erupted, I picked up a faint hint of the star. It's in our gal axy, but still billions of miles away. Dr. Harris said her family ..... i:' ran do m as an unnteur. .. They re1li z c this n c; ous hobby for nH WhL'Il thL'Y visit the 1tory I\ e up in m y home. th 'Y realiz e how seri o u s I 11111. I think it' oull be ni c to expose more Afric 111 Am ri cn n childrn to nstro t o dev l o 1 a n int r s t. Wh '11 I saw aturn and its ring that's w hat got m h ook d." Dr. Harris s aid h 's b n star gazing for 1 5 y ars now and wh n h e r tir s from the m dical field, he'll spend more time as an astronomer. ''I'm on m e dical disability now. I had a heart atta k 4 years ago and I 've kind of 5 taken a step back for a whil :IJ -Now, I a lso have more time for my h obby." Dr. Harris said betw n her career as a doctor and her hobby as an astronomer, s he's manage d to stay quite busy. z m r-1 m c r r-z "'0 c m c C/) :::I: m 0 m < m -1 c m C/) c > z c ., Even better ... a Professor! School Choice, and Career & Technical Education :IJ 6 pregrams Application Period April 20-30, 201 0 Opportunities are available kindergarten through high school. For more information, call the Choice Information Line at 813-272-4692 or visit http:/ /choice.mysdhc.org ..... ..... I >

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Local 0 N <.0 'r"" ...J a: a.. ct: Illness Claims lite 01 Young Man BY IRIS B. HOL Sentinel City Editor rcturnc d to Ta mp a thinking tha t Snelling r c n wt'ring C A fonner Tampa man di e d, In addi t i o n to his wife. c hildren. a n d m ot her. Snelling is sun i u: d b y his i a t h (' r Willie Snellling. and t1, o s i s t ers. Tesha a nd Kia. leaving a wife and three u.. young children. While his family is awaiting the results of an a ut op sy, they know that he had been stricke n with the H1N1 Virus and warns others of its dangers A fonner high s chool football player, Marjshae "Drell" Snelling was a n e n ergetic, young hu sba nd a nd father who jogged 1-1/2 miles eac h morning H e also l ove d to exe r cise and serve d as the coac h for hi s so ns' baseball t eam. However, on Saturday, April 10th, Snelling died following a brief illness He was living in Hager s town, Maryland. H e would have celebrated hi s 33rd birthday on May 10th. Mrs. Gloria Snelling MARJSHAE "DRELL" SNELLING before enrolling a t Erwin Vocational School to b ecome an alann installer. After being laid off from a Tampa company, Snelling accepted the job with ADS in Hagerstown, and mov e d in October 2008. He relocated his wife and their two sons, Isaiah, 12 Joell, 9, and daughter, Esme, 7, in February 2009. His funeral will be h e ld o n S aturda y at Ray Williams Funeral Home Chape l at 2 p.m. Donations ca n be forwarded t o R ay Williams Funeral Hom e Fund Established Mrs. Snelling h a s been employed a t the James A. Haley V. A Ho spi tal for mor e than 30 years. Mrs. Debbie Hough sa id she and other co-workers have established a fund for the children. Anyon e wishing to make a contribution can contact Ba y Gulf Federal Credit Union, account #101635-00. said h e r son's wife, Mrs. Esperanza Snelling, didn't C have any insurance on him fE and she onl y had a small poliO cy. She is seeking assistance z with his burial from the com In early March Snelling began complaining of cold symptoms that became pro gressively worse. He was also experiencing trouble breathing and was diagnosed with bronchitis. He was later diagnosed as having the H1N1 Virus. He stopped breathing on March 15th, and was placed on life support. Class Reunion Meeting The 1961 Middleton High School class will convene a reunion meeting on Saturday, April 17th to begin et: c en w ::l 1-w > w c w :I: en ::i m :J a.. z i= w ..J ...J :J m ..:. w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ..J LL ct: I N ,.... munity. A native of Donaldsonville Georgia, Snelling attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He graduated from Armwood High School in 1995. He worked at several restaurants On April 4th, he responded to his wife and mother, nodding after weeks of being unresponsive. His mother planning for the 2011 class activities. The meeting will be held at the home of classmate Alfredo Moragne, 3614 North 18th street, at 4 p. m For further information, (813) 24B-s9Bs. Beta Sigma Zeta Chapter Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Invites You To Their Historical "Blue-Ice Weekend" Tampa Airport Hilton Hotel 2225 N Lois Ave Blue-Ice Ball Saturday,April24, 2010 9 P.M. 30th Annual Sir Debonair Sir Lord Presentation Sunday, April25, 2010 5:30 P.M. Featuring "Men Of The 21st Century Highlighting The Evening Special Salute To Role Models Presentation Of Honorary Role Models Zeta Distinguished Humanitarian Award Crowning Of Sir Debonair/ Sir Lord 2009 Refreshments Proceeds Will Benefit SchOlarship & Community Service Projects Attire: Dressy In The Spotlight JALVSSA This is everyone's favorite time of year as the temperatures are perfect and the setting is right for this week's Spotlight feature, Jalyssa. The 20year-old Taurus says her hob bies are dancing, cheering and modeling and she's currently focused on graduating from the University of South Florida. Jalyssa's phi losophy of life is, "Life is to sHort to take it for granted." The man in Jalyssa's life must be respectable, funny, athletic, motivated, knows what he wants in life and have a good head on his shoulders. CongratulatiQns to Jalyssa as this week's Spotlight feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson@flsentinel

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s/Horosco es A LL MY CHILDREN.-\dam mak es a surpri sing announcement; JK an ticipates Annie's J ol\ n fall; so meon e may be s talking Amanda Da\id learns his fate in court; 1\.e ndall chooses h er m arri age over all e l se; Ryan's appalled by Green l ee's actions AS THE WORLD TURNS -Luke h e l ps R eid work o n his testimony for th e tri a l ; Lily offers Faith a n excitin g propositi on. Dusty and R occo se ttle th e ir sco r e bu t it might be t oo l a te; Carly tri es t o s p end time a l o n e with J ack. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFULEric f ee l s t orn b etwee n D o nn a's family and S t e phanie; D o nna s truggl es with h e r marria ge a nd h e r m o th e r 's m e nt a l h ea lth ; B e th b eco m es infuria t e d whe n St e phani e t ells D o nna t o get h e r family o ut of Eric 's h o me. Bill s u ggests that Katie have her par e nt s move in with th e m ; Stephani e offe r s t o mov e o ut o f th e g u es th o u se; Beth co nfr o nt s Step h anie about Eric, and Step h anie r e fuses t o lis t e n DAYS OF OUR LIVESAdrie nn e ad mit s to Carly th a t s h e was worried for Justin; Philip wit n esses M e l anie and Nathan's r eactio n s to eac h ot h er; Mel ani e confides in Dani e l about h e r conflic t ove r lovin g th e two men; Brad y sets a up job int erview for Ar i a nna. Stefano r ealizes that EJ i s in l ove; Brad y won t t ake s ides in th e l a t es t Arianna-and N icol e drama ; Mel anie comforts Nat h an aft e r a p atie nt dies; Raf e i s s h oc ked th a t Sami allowed her kids to s p e nd t im e with Stefano. GENERAL HOSPITALCarly won't play ball >vith Jason ; Sonn y d ecides to tak e his cha n ces in court; Lis a' s a th o rn in R obi n 's side Sonn y's fat e r es t s i n early s h a nd s ; Dant e \-VTestles with his consci e n ce; Michae l's days in h iding mig ht soon be ove r ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Todd' s h at r e d of Cole int ensifies, l ea vin g Starr in th e middle; re h ea r sa l s for th e mu s i ca l begin ; K elly ma y b e in dang er. r-.larty won't b e pu s h ed arou nd by Todd; Starr and Col e hit a r oug h patch ; Rex i s on a que s t to find his p a r e nts. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-No Updates Avail ab l e --------------HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--From tod ay on, you sense a sea change in one or more r e lationship s You ma y tak e o n a r es pon s ibility th a t r e quir es dail y a tt e ntion. Get ple nty of in s tructi o n early in th e game. You don t ha ve to b eco m e a robot to get the job done. It could even be fun. Aries (March 21-April19)-Spend time toda y mending fences and soothing emotions. You figure out how to satisfy each person 's needs. Taurus (April 20-May 20)-This is no time to gamble. Make sure you're comfortable with all the details. B y tomorrow or the next day you'll want to b e on to bigger, better things. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Because y ou took care of important matters earlier, you hav e an opportunity to see a new movie, try a different restaurant or simply hang out at home. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-Get your bod y and mind on the same track, even if you'd rather be a couch potato Movement toda y is essential. Take care of business early then take a walk. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) The timely completion of tedious work requires that you put a new opportunitY on hold and revise nearly completed documents. This frees up time for inspiration later today. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Your significant other proposes activities that promise excitement as well as comfort. Get work done early in order to take advantage. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -If you've done your financial homework, you can make the package look pretty. Consider yourself lucky to be finished with a task you've worried about. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-You need to get down to basic principles if you want to progress. You have tons of ideas competing for attention. Choose one and run with it. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -It looks like you took care of business, so now you can reap the benefits by enjoying a relaxing lunch with an amusing friend. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Take advantage of today's choices. Even though you feel you should be doing something important playing around improves your mood immensely. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -A last-minute surprise could cause anxious moments. Hope fully y ou have all the paperwork you need. If not request an extension. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You thought you had all your ducks in a row but you discover them swimming off and there' s no way to retrieve them. You may need to start over. Movie Reviews MOVIE REVlE S Date Night-Abo n avcrage co m e dy staninp, Tina Fl'y a S ten' Car r ell. [ "" t /:! l Why Did I Get Married Too-B e tt e r than th e fir st. Mus Se c![****] Clash OfThe Titans-Hi g hl y di appoin t e d. Looks lik TV mini series [**] How To Jrain Your Dragon -Kids w ill l ove th Dr eamworks animation. [****] Diary Of A Wimpy Kid-No t r eally impress d wit h th o n e ... d e finit e l y wait for th e vid eo. [**] Alice In Wonderland-Alic e r eturns to wo nd e rl a nd as t ee n ager to find o ut s h e h as t o s la y the qu ee n Tim Burton fanta sy film m ay b e too dark for kid s. Mad e $116M![***] Brooklyn Finest-Director Antion e F uqu a (1 raining D ay Th e Shooter) puts together this poli ce drama starring C h e adl e, Ric h a rd Gere a nd W es l ey Snip es. [***] Cop Out-Bruc e Willis a nd Tracey Morgan t ea m up in th' police buddy m ovie Pre tty funn y E njo ye d it! [*** t/2] The Crazies-A virus turns the lo ca l s int o murde rou s ma ni acs C h aos at th e hi g h es t l evel.(*** 1/2] Shutter Island-A Martin Sc01sese 's h orro r m ov i e abo u aU. S. Marshall (L e nardo D eCa prio) inv es tigating a m ent instituti o n. Worth Se e ing. [ '"'*** ] Valentine's Day-A co m e dy/dra m a starrin g many including Jamie Foxx that i s s urpri s in g l y good (*lHCl/2] Woljlnan -The wolfman gets busy on th e loca l s. Not kid s Nice twist at the e nd! [-Ku 1/2] Percy Jackson and 1 'he Olympians -Nice special e fects. Kids will lov e this movie. [*lHC 1/2] From Paris With Love -John Travolta with hi s bald look and goatee, i s a perfect match for this actio packe d fun filled movi e Don t miss thi s one, it' s good. [ *** 1/2] Edge of Darkness -Mel Gibson stars in this conspi thriller about a detective whose daughter is murdered by assasin You know what happens next ... (***] Tooth Fairy-Dwayne "The Rock Johnson plays a nm::KeVI player named Derek slowly adapts to his new position the tooth fairy. A must see for the entire family. [****] RA I S **** -Very Good I *** -Good I ** -Average I -Wait For Video Voice your opinion Hot Line # (866) 977-4820 For advertisement or sponsorship opportunities Call Ki Cobra Enterprises 244-0848. r ...... m I\) 0 ...... 0 'TI :::tJ c

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________________________________________________________________________ ___ c.o ,... ..J a: a.. ct c a: u.. NFL Suspends Holmes For4Games SANTONJO HOLME S N E W Y ORK-Santonio Holmes was walkin g his dog at hom e Sund ay night whe n he r e c e ived a n un e xp ected phone call. ference call Monday. -sut, I knew it definit e l y opened up a lot mor e door s and a b e tter opportunity for me t o start over." Holmes wo n t make hi s J e t s reg ular-season debut u n til Week 5 of th e r egula r season aft e r the FL s u s pe nd e d him earlie r in th e day with o ut pay for th e fir s t four ga mes for v i o l ating the leag u e's s ub s t a nce ab u se p o l icy. It was the Pittsburgh Ste e l e rs, t e llin g th e ir talent e d but troubl e d wid e rec eive r he had b ee n trad e d to the N e w York J e ts for a fifth-round W e unde r s t oo d th a t was p a rt o f it but we jus t f e lt lik e eve n with th a t it w as worth it ," ge n e r a l m a nag e r Mike Tannenbaum said. Ob viously, a gu y with his production and at 26 years old, h e would not have be e n a vailable if thes e indiscre tions didn' t happe n and obviously the suspension. But with that said, we jus t felt like the risk and the price was reasonable for us. c a: LL. c z pick in this year s draft I was very shocked at first," Holmes said during a con-ct -----------------------------------------c en w ::::;) 1-> a: w > w c w l: en :::i m ::::;) a.. z t= w ...J ...J ::::;) m I ..J w z t= z w en C a: 0 ...J LL. ct I oo:t ,... Campbell Signs $3.1M Tender With 'Skins: Trade Up Nextil JASON CAMPBELL WASHINGTON-Jason Campbell has signed his $3.1 million tender with the Washington Redskins taking him off the market as a restricted free agent while leaving open the possibility of a trade. Campbell was given p e rmission to explore a trade after Donovan McNabb was acquired from Philadelphia last week. Campbell couldn' t find a team that would make a suit able offer to him as a restrict ed free agent, so he signed the tender Monday. The move puts the onus back on the Redskins to find a trade partner for Campbell. Their best chance might came during next week s draft Campbell has stopped attending voluntary workouts at Redskins Park and is not expected to attend this weekend's three-day volun tary minicamp. 3608 I. 15th lCaraar If lakal For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cook ing ThursdaySaturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Spedal Discounts For Snapper *Shrimp Sheap Head Churches, Banquets, Family Reunions And Live Blue Crabs Large Orders. ATM Mach i ne On Premises Broncos Trade WR Marshall To Dolphins BRANDON MARSHALL ENGL E WOOD Colo. --A pe rso n f a mili a r with the d ea l says th e D e nver Bron cos a r e t r a din g Pr o Bowl \-vid e r ece iver Brandon Marshall t o th e M i ami Dolphin s f o r a p a ir of sec ond-round draft picks. Marshall flew to Miami on W e dn e sda y for a ph y sic al. Afte r his ph y sical Marshall i s expected to sign a long-term c ontract that he' s been se eking f or over a y ear. Marshall has long wanted out of Denver, and h e finall y got his wish when the Broncos pulled off their second block b uster deal in as many seasons under coach Josh McDaniels. Denver sent quarterback Jay Cutler to Chicago last April for Kyle Orton and a several draft picks. Broncos spokesman Patrick Smyth said the team had no comment at this time. Should Johnson Be NFL'S Top Paid Plaver:-CHRIS JOHNSON The degree to which Chris Johnson is underpaid is a matter up for discussion, and it appears that he and the Titans may soon find out just how far apart their opinions are. With Johnson boycotting offseason workouts and Titans coach Jeff Fisher shrugging at the possibility that the 2009 AP offensive player of the year' s absence will become protracted, we re hearing that Johnson could be preparing to make a stand. As the 24th pick in the 2008 draft Johnson signed a slot ted deal worth $12 million over five years. He already th j nk s he s hould be th e high est -paid offensive pla yer in the l eag u e H e is n t ; he 's not e v en clo se H e1 1 earn a base s alary of $5 50,000 in 2010. Colt s quarterback Peyton Manning wil l earn $ 3.8 mil lion m o r e this season than Johnson will make under his e ntire rookie deal. Roethlisberuer 'Happv' To Move On From Assault Case PITTSB R G H Pitt sb ur g h S t ce l e r s q u arte r bac k Ben Roethlisberger i s h appy" t o put sexu a l assa ult allegatio n s in Geo r g i a b ehind him and kn ows h e mu s t work t o r egain th e tru s t o f hi s teamma tes and the t ea m s l a rge f a n b ase Roethlisberger, readin g a s t a t e m e nt f o r 7 4 seco nd s o n M o nd ay nig ht but n o t t a kin g ques ti o n s fr o m r e p orte r s, said G eorgia prosecuto r s r ea ch e d th e right c onclu s i o n b y deciding not t o c h a rg e him in th e cas e 'I'd lik e to b e gin b y e xpr e s s ing gratitud e to th e thorough investigation process in G e orgia, Roethlisberger said. Th e pro sec utor 's d eci sion not to bring ch a rges, I know without a doubt, is the right conclusion. I don' t intend to discuss any details related to the events.of Georgia. I'm happy to put BEN RO ETHLISBE RG E R thi s b e hind m e a nd move for w a rd. Th e two tim e Sup e r Bowl winne r pl a n s to rcsum working out s hortl y with hi s teamma t es, but did not say whe n. Roethlisberger, wearing a r e d sports shirt and light-colored slacks, made his comments from a podium in the St eele rs' lock er room, not far from his own locker 'Hawks LB Hill Arrested. For Suspected Domestic Violence SEATTLE Seattle Seahawks starting linebacker Leroy Hill was arrested for investigation of domestic vio lence in the Seattle suburb of Issaquah over the weekend, just days after reaching a plea deal on a marijuana charge in Georgia. Hill was arrested by Issaquah police and booked into that city's jail early Sunday for investigation of assault in the fourth degree/domestic violence. According to a release from Issaquah police, officers responded to a complaint of a domestic dispute late Saturday night at the Hill residence. Officers determined there had been a dispute between Hill and his girlfriend. Police said Hill's girlfriend LEROYiflLL had obvious marks and injuries indicating an assault had occurred and she alleged Hill had caused these injuries. He was taken into custody without incident. Hill posted bail and was released. Seattle starts a voluntary three-day minicamp on Tuesday.

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l B l Gil ben Arenas D B e ron eaning Transferred To d. urant ecomes NBA's Toward Staving; Haltwav House Youngest Scoring Champ LEBRON JAMES T h e medi a 's wi nd i n g road w h i l e fo llowin g LeBron James hit a new m i lepost over t h e week end. Afte r b eing mostl y n eutra l and downrig h t n o n committa l f o r some tim e, those closest to James have been al t eri n g their \iew r ece ntly. The \ ibe being sent o ut from J a mes' camp -w h e th e r it i s private conve r sa ti o n s o r di c u ssio n s abo ut n ew bu s in ess or pla n s for th e n ea r futur e -is th at J a mes curre ntly is l eaning stro n g l y toward r e s i gning with th e Cavs. T h at ma y so und vag u e and, as a l ways, it co ntinu es t o b e fragil e Y et th e r e i s no d e n y in g th e g r a du a l s hift v.rithin James' circ l e and, it i s ass um e d b y J a mes him se lf. James ha s d e cli n ed to ta l k publicly about free agency s in ce November. B u t as o n e source said, I have n eve r b ee n s o sure th a t h e's go in g t o s tay in Cleve l and tha n I a m r i ght n ow Titans Agree To Terms With QB Chris Simms CHRIS SIMMS NASHVILLE Tenn. --The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with Chris Simms, bringing back a quarterback they had in 2008 as he worked himself back into College W/College 1.0. s h a pe. Th e Tit a n s announce d the move M onday, m aking Simms th e third qu a rt e rb ac k o n the rost e r with Vince Young and Kerry Collins. But th e additio n o f Simms might h e lp the Tita n s pus h Collins to r educe his pay from the $ 5.5 million h e is scheduled to earn this sea s on bac king up Young. A third-round draft pick in 2003 by Tampa Bay, Simms is 7-9 as a starter and has thrown for 3 ,117 yards and 12 touchdoWns with his best sea son in 2005 when he led the Bucs to the playoffs. He spent last season in Denver and started one game LADIES FREE B-4 12AM DRINK SPECIALS ALL NIGHT! MUSIC IY DJ IIOSTED 1Y SMmY -CIIIBI .. FOIIIIORE liFO: 813 7l4o34lt Tl1514-4115 113 732o4!M3 SIITTY C1lll KUSHC235 H. ARIIENIA AVE. flOAI)A G I L B E R T ARENAS ROC KVILLE Md. Washington Wizards g u a rd Gilbert A r e nas is n ow s p ending hi s ni ghts a t a Montgom e r y County ha lfway hou se, where h e i s semng his sentence for bringing gun s into th e tea m s l ock e r r oom. Arenas started h i s sent e nc e Fr i day wit h two days in t h e county jail. Arthur Wallenstein, h ea d o f corr ec ti o n s i n Mont go m ery C o un ty, says Arenas was tra n s f erre d Sunda y to th e county's w o rk r e l ease f acility. Arenas plea d e d g uil ty to a f e l o n y g un c h a r ge in J a nuary, and h as b ee n s usp e nd e d until th e e nd of the season b y the NBA. Mont g om e r y Count y i s l e tting him ser ve his sente n ce th e r e as part of an a g r ee m e nt with th e F e d eral Bureau o f Pri s ons. In addition to th e 3 0 da ys, Arenas w as sente nc e d to a $ s ,ooo fin e and 400 hours of community ser v ic e th a t can t b e p e rform e d at b as ketball clinic s Evans Joins MJ, LeBron, Big o In Record Books TYREKE EVANS SACRAMENTO CA There' s no reason to change the script in the final act All season long, Tyreke Evans has bee n the lone b right spot in a n otherwise dim season for Sacra m ento. Th e the m e didn t chan g e in the team 's final hom e game of the sea son. In S a cramento 's 117-107 lo s s to Hou s ton on M onda y night t h e Kings rookie score d 24 points and becam e j u s t t h e fou rth p layer in N B A hi s t ory t o finish h i s r ookie seas o n with an average of 20 p o i nts, five rebounds and five assists "It was a special moment," said E vans, who also added six rebounds and four assists M y first yea r in the NBA and I made history. E vans joins LeBron James, Michael Jordan and Oscar Robertson as the only pl ayers to ever average the 20-5 5 stat line. !TY --Ke, in D urant earned him c lf a place in NBA historv. With o ut a trip t o the playods, t oo, it w o uld be nerly as s pec ial. Durant scored 31 p o int s t o fini s h the ea on a th e youngest BA scoring champio n and th e Okl a hom a City Thunder survive d a s loppy second h a lf t o h e ad int o th e p ostseaso n with a 114-105 win Wednc day nig ht agains t th e M e mphi s Grizzlies. lt 's so m e thin g I r e all y wasC l v l and d ec id d to r s t n t co min g int o th e year sayr eigning MVP LeBron ing I wan t e d to get but it feel James t he on l y p lay r wi t h good to b e a part of history eve n an out side h o t a t cat h a n d so meth ing I'm going to i n g Durant. a l ways r e m e mber," Durant T h e 2 1-year -o ld f ini s h d sa id "It f ee l s eve n b e tt e r t o with a n ave r age o f 30. 1 poin ts, ge t s o win s 0-4 a h ead of Jam a nd s u p -Durant h a d th e sco rin g titl e pl ante d 22y a r o ld Max all but l oc k e d up af t e r a l a t e-Zaslofsky o f lh 1947-48 m 1\) 0 ..... 0 season surge t h a t in clude d Chicago S t ags as th e youn g s t t hr ee 4 0p o int gam es in A pril. sco rin g c h a m p in NBA his t o -It becam e a certainty w h e n ry. 0 ---------------------------------------NBA PLAYOFF SCHEDUlE Eastern Conference First Round Cleveland vs. Chicago Gam e 1: S aturday, 4 /17, 3 p.m. Gam e 2: Monday, 4/1 9, 8 p m Gam e 3: Thursday, 4/22, 7 p.m Gam e 4: Sunday, 4/25, 3:30 p.m G a m es 5 6 a nd 7, TBD Western Conference First Round Los Am:;eles ys. Oklahoma City Gam e 1: S u nday, 4/18,3 p m Gam e 2 : T u esday, 4/20, 10:30 p.m Gam e 3: Thu rs d ay, 4 / 22, 9 :30 p.m Gam e 4: Saturd ay, 4 / 24, 9 : 30p. m Gam es 5 6 a nd 7, TBD 0 )> (f) m z ::::! z m r I III c r r z c III Orlando vs. Charlotte Gam e 1: Sund ay, 4 /18, 5:30p.m. G a me 2 : W e dn es day, 4/21 7 p.m Game 3: Saturday, 4 / 2 4, 2 p m Gam e 4 : Mond a y 4/26, TBD Gam es 5 6 and 7, TBD Dallas ys. San Antonio G am e 1: Sund ay, 4/18 8 p m ::r: Ga m e 2 : W e dn es d ay, 4 /21 9:30p.m. m Gam e 3 : Frid ay, 4 /23, 9 : 3 0 p m 0 Gam e 4: Sunday, 4/25, 7 p m m Gam es 5 6 and 7, TBD Atlanta vs. Milwaukee Gam e 1 : Saturday, 4 /17 5 :30p. m G a me 2: Tu es day, 4/20, 7 p.m Game 3 : Saturd ay, 4/24, 7 p.m. Gam e 4: Mond ay, 4/26, TBD Gam es 5 6 and 7, TBD Boston vs. Miami Gam e 1 : Saturd ay, 4 / 17, 8 p m Game 2: Tu es da y 4/20, 8 p m G am e 3 : F riday, 4/2 3 7 p m G a m e 4: Sund ay, 4/25, 1 p m. Garn es 5 6 and 7, TBD Phoenix vs. Portland Gam e 1: Saturday, 4/17, 10:30 p.m. Gam e 2: Monday, 4/19 10:30 p.m. Gam e 3: Thur s da y 4/22, 10 p.m Gam e 4 : Satur day, 4/24, 4 :30p. m Gam es 5, 6 and 7, TBD Denver vs. Utah G am e 1: Sund ay, 4/18 1 0:30 p m G a m e 2: Tu es day, 4/2 0 10 p.m G a m e 3: F rid ay, 4 / 23, 10 :30 p.m Gam e 4: Sund ay, 4/25, 9:30p.m. Gam es 5 6 a nd 7, TBD 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 79And Up Latex Flat White Painl ....... .... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White-Paint. ......... $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set. ........................ $3.49 ea. 3'' Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! -i c m (f) 0 )> z c "T1 :0 c

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0 Entertainment Nl-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...J a: Q. finance the funeral However his brother who a: w > w c w l: (J) :::::i m :;:) a. z tu ...J ...J :;:) m ...:. w z i= z w (J) C a: 0 ...J u.. TRACY MORGAN MARTIN LAWRENCE is a r e n owned no, e list. is m o r e inte rested tn himself than burying the father. After o n e of th e family m embe r s acciden t ally t a k es a d es i g n e r drug, instead of a Valium th e come d y tak es flight. Whil e th e m ovie draw s t oge th e r a ph e nom e nal group of talent e d actors Rock, Morgan, Martin Lawrence, Danny Glover, Ron Glass, and Regina Hall. Rock doesn t feel that it is a "Blac k movi e When asked the question if the movie target e d an African American audience, Rock r es pond e d This is for an American audience it's a movie for every body. While the movie is a r e make Rock said it differs b eca u se it has an urban twist. W e wanted to a dd o ur own flavor to th e movi e so we didn t u se th e original movie as a g uid e In s t ea d of this b e ing a r e m a ke, we call it a remix but the British are polit e The British are very polit e." Other s starring .in the movi e includ e James Marsden, Zoe Saldana, Columbus Short, Loretta Devine, Peter Dinklage, and Luke Wilson. Neil LaBute is the direc tor. Cube Denies Dissing Dr. ore And Talks Possible Collab West coast v eteran Ice Cube has decided to address the rumors that his new song is a subliminal diss at former partner in rhyme Dr.Dre. According to Cube via hi s blog on Icecube.com, h e recently talked about collaborating with Dr. Dre on the long awaited Detox album and Dre appearing on Cube's upcomin g We are th e West. B esides letting fans in on so m e pos s ibl e appearance on Detox Cube also s t ates that he addressed the l yrics to "Drink the Kool-Aide" and how they are about the industry and not specifically aimed at Dr. Dre. He asked m e did I diss him during the Paid Du es Show l a s t Saturday." Cube con tinues, I did one of my new so ngs called Drink The Kool Aid" which got everybody thinking I'm dissing the whole industry .. .lol "You internet roaches ... I told Dre that I'd never dis s the man that got me started. DMX's Wife Speaks On Upcoming Tell-All Book x don't care n o more."'Tashera Simmon s As the life o f rapper DMX cont inu es t o haw his l ife tak e a tailspin out of control there are many q uestion that ari se in r elation t o what e xactly happened t o Dark Man X and h ow the man ended up in th e parti c ul a r po s ition h e i s in now What bett e r a tim e t o reap th e b e n e fit s of a m an f alle n as hi s wife w h o s t a t es that they are now separated, lo oks to t e ll things lik e th ey a r e with th e upcoming r e l ease of a tell-all bo ok. Stating that the book will chronicle back to the time they m e t at age 11 his wife DMX And Wife, TASHERA I Tashera Simmons p l a n s to a ir o ut th lif esty l a nd th r e l at i ons hip b t w e n th e two a lon g wit h his c hildr e n The book i s ex pect e d to drop sometim e in S e ptemb er. KhiaDisses Nicki Minai ... Again "My h air is as nappy as a n African after a rainstorm. We 're a ll b ea utiful just the way we are. I'm against the butt shots. I'm not into the wigs. I'm not into the Barbies. No." Khia i s continuing to ca us e controversy by riding on th e coattails of female Hip-Hop 's hottest rising star. As previously reported, Khia expressed her disdain for Nicki Minaj in a radio interview calling her an actor and saying that there are "no Barbies in the hood." KHIA vs. NICKI MIN.A.J Now she's back and taking more shots at Nicki for being a feature whor e" that needs to learn how to lov e herself' like she did on "M y Neck, My Back. 111111 fRII 011211 lftCWIIll

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Entertainment :D -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------a Jav-z Credits DMX For Stepping Up Stage Performances / JAY-Z "DMX t o r e m e to pieces. I remem b e r b eing s tunn e d Durin g a s h ow, a rappe r i s tru l y t es t e d in his ability as a n MC, and if t h ey can truly move the cro,, d. According to rapper Jay-Z it w as not until his touring with DMX back in 1999 where he began to sec the errors in hi s approach o n t o urs and that h e wasn t at all a great p e rformer. Speaking with The Los Angeles Times, th e rapper spo k e on his early years a nd his lack of s t age pr esence un til Dark Man X s t e pp e d in. 'Al i m y early yea r s? Forget it. I was a h o rribl e p e rf o rm e r," ''[DMX] had m e really work ing. But I h a d t o figure thi s o ut," h e exp l ained. 'If you want to b e a h ea dlin er, yo u b ette r put o n a headline s how." Buiu Banton's Cocaine Trial Postponed BUJUBANfON The tria l for reggae s tar Buju Banton h as be e n postponed nearl y four months after h e was arrested and charged with conspiracy to posse ss with int ent to distribute. As prev iousl y reported, Banton was arrested D ece mb e r 10 after police say they cau g ht him tryin g to buy mo r e th a n five kil ograms of coca in e from an unde rco ve r officer. Banton, r ea l n a m e Mark Anthony Myrie, veh e m e ntl y d e ni es the c h a rg e and has s inc e turne d do w n plea d ea l s claiming th a t h e was set up. Banton was set to go to trial on Apri l 21 but U.S. District Judge James Moody has push e d it back to June 21. Judge Moody gav e no r ea so n for th e pu s h b ack. Seaual sued For Alleuedlv Keeping Sex Slaves STEVEN SEAGAL Steven Seagal is accused of hiring young women as personal attendants whose real job was to serve his strange and sometimes vio lent se.x-ual desires according to a civil lawsuit filed Monday in Los Angeles b y a 23-year-old former model who describes her experience in harrowing detail. The plaintiff, Kayden Nguyen, said she met the action star in February through an ad on Craigslist seeking an executive assistant and, after three interviews was told to pack for a trip to New Orleans, where the A&E show "Steven Seagal Lawman" was taping. When she arrived the lawsuit says, she disco ve red that Seagal had been keeping two young female Russian "attendants" who we r e essentially on-call for sex 6 24-seven. On that first night Nguyen was ushered to a secluded house where Seagal was staying with his wife and the two young women. H e then proceeded to treat Nguyen as his "sex toy" despite her complaints the la wsuit says. Judge Plans To Make Nas File For Bankruptcv NAS Talk abou t be i ng robbed in broad d ay l ight, Nas ca n g ive you a firsthand e ncount er. Af ter appearing in court M onday in Los Angeles, Quee n s bridg e's fines t was told t o imm e diat e l y pa y ove r $47thousand in back c hild s upp ort and over $40-thousand in ba c k s p o usal s upp ort. Accor ding t o TMZ, the judge a lso order e d Nas t o pay $ 1o,oooj m onth in spousal s upport until h e p ays off th e $299,015.50 h e owes Kelis. Nas a l so h as t o pa y 90% of Kelis' l ega l fees in th e a m o unt of $155,787.28 50 Cent Searching For New G-Unit Soldiers The and R. L h 11 i I d .. r L' o n a t L' In 11 d I \ wlll 'll it to the camp handlL d rapper/actor C u rtis so Cent Jackson. With Young Buck, Game, M.O.P., Olivia l eav i ng the G-Unit imprint, all th a t r ea l l y s t a nd s i s th e orig inal m e m bers with Tony Yayo a nd Lloyd Banks. As eac h m e mb e r i s bra n c h in g o n th e ir ow n so i s l ook in g t o brin g in more t a l ent t o the ranks and find som e more artists that can call G-Unity th e ir h o me. S peaking with MTV, the General s p o k e o n hi up co min g t our and try in g t o e nli s t n ew tr oops o n th e way 50 CENT 50 Cent's Lil Homey Ordered To Pay Up For Assaulting Woman 50 Cent ass o c iat e Dwayne McKenzie h a s b n order d t o pay $30,000 t o th woman w h o all g d th a t h e beat h e r u p at a m a n s i o n p arty thrown in a h o m ow n e d b y King Cmtis. l> "'C :0 r "TT r-0 :0 a l> en m z ..... Lastl y, Nas has t o pay $48,549.83 t o cove r Kelis' acco untin g ex p enses. We got ta call thi s o n e like it i s b eca u se Nas i s n t a d e ad b ea t dad You 'll see n e w faces, b eca u se I m l oo kin g for n e w artis t s now. I 'll s i g n new artis t s a nd take th e m with m e and kinda g ro o m th em. l d o n t s p ecifically say, I want thi s kind of a rti s t' l l oo k for t a l ent that inspir es m e, th a t compl e m ents w h a t I do with t h e ir own thing. So m e of th e stuff yo u ca n t teach a p e r so n ; th ey go tt a h ave it. A Wate rbut y S up erio r ourt rule d in favor o f Shana z Chin afte r th e judge presid-in g ove r th e case that to th e r e was e n o u g h eVJd e n ce t o C support Chin's c l aims of I= assa ult. Kelis i s just g reed y Legali zed ex torti o n a t its finest. lBA ST ST. PETERSBURG. FL GARS OPN AT 2PM SHOW'I'IM 4P '1'0 'I'ICKDS LOG ON 'I'Oa WWW.FUNKFEST201 O.COM ORDER BY PIIOIIE -877-548-3237 OR @ CLEAR CIIAIINL RADIO STATION LOCAno AT 4002 GANDY BLVD. TAMPA_ FL FOR MORE INFORMATION YISITI WWW.FUNKFESnAMPABAY.COM OR CALL 704 0 MIIW II ilion ...... z "tt c m c en :I: IT1 a m < m :::c -< -1 c m en a l> z a "TT :0 a ?< ..oL ...... I >

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..J a: a. c a: LL. c a: LL. c z < c en w ;::) .... > a: w > w c w J: en :::; m ;::) a. z t= w ...I ...I ;::) m I ..J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL. Funerals/Memoriam -------------, Aikens -------------------' MRS. CARRIE ROMELDABUNCH COTION Homegoing services for Mrs. Carrie Romelda Bunch Cotton of 4212 E Osborne Avenue, who ascended into Heaven on Friday, April 9 2010, will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Greater Friendship M. B. Church, 3025 E. Emma Street, Rev. Madison Murray, pastor, with Rev. Dr. Victor BaH, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Carrie Romelda Bunch Cotton was born November 27, 1952, to the union of Nathaniel and Annie BeiJ Bunch. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County, graduating from Brewster Adult High School in 1971. She was a dedicated employee of 36 years with the School Board of Hillsborough County retiring June 30, 2009. She was an active member of Oak Hill M. B. Church, where she served on the Usher Staff until her health failed. Carrie was known for her hearty laughter and fun-loving pe.rsonality. Carrie's memory will be forever cherished by: her husband of 41 years, Freeman Cotton, Jr.; loving daughter, Chandra Cotton; two dedicated sons, Freeman N. Cotton and Andrew Cotton; eight grandsons, Freeman N Cotton, Jr., Tony Stubbs, Jr., Nathaniel Cotton, Carlos Cotton, Nathan Cotton, Nate Cotton, Yoseph Israel and Ytrmyab Israel; four granddaughters, Ariel Doston (Anthony), Nariel Cotton, Noshalin Cotton andAniyab Israel; great granddaughter, Ariana Doston; great grandson, Antony Doston; brothe. r Alvin Bunche (Mary); three aunts, Josephine Bridges, Annie Jane Bunch and Bernice Jackson; two sisters-in-law, Carrie Williams and Jackie Jones; two brothers-in-law, William Owens and Robert Reid; special cousins, Achleese Stewart; and a host of other family and friends, Alma Randolph, Wtlliam Jackson, Betty Smith, Annette Gamble, Colon Thomas, Leon Thomas and Joe Cherry. The visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, April16, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45a. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralbome.pet GINTARJASHAW (BRANTON) Homegoing services for Gintaria Shaw (Branton) of8114 N. Hillsborough Lane, who passed away o n Saturday, April 3 2010, will b e h eld on Saturday, April 1 7, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. with Rev. Gary McNealy, officiating. Interment will follow in Res t Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Gintaria was born in Tampa, on February 11, 2007, to Jontae Shaw and Clintina Branton. She loved to sing, take pictures and play. Gintaria was a very happy and energetic little girl. She was preceded in death by: h e r father, Jontae A. Shaw; grandmother, Sandra Williams; great grandmother, Thelma Branton; and great, great grandmother, Annie Mae Langston. Gintaria is survived by: her loving and devoted mother, Clintina Branton (Timothy Williams); brother, Joetavis Branton; grandmother, Carolyn Hester; great grandmother, Dorothy Shaw and husband, Larry Shaw of St. Petersburg; great, great grandmother, Gussie Rolizer; grandfathers, Clinton Branton and John Peak, Jr.; aunts, Cherrell Williams and busband, Vashon Williams, Jezma Shaw and Princess Powell; uncles, Clinton Branton Brown and William Edward, Jr.; great aunts, Sharon Oliver of St. Petersburg, Kathy Johnson and husband, Les Johnson of Clearwater, Patricia Goff and husband, Russell Goff, Jr. of Sasebo, Japan, Cheryl Chambers and husband, Karl Chambers, Tangie Williams, Thelma Branton, Dorothy Williams and husband, Johnny Williams; great, great aunt, Barbara Hale of St. Petersburg; great uncles, Wilbert Branton, Herman Branton and Eddie Branton; cousins, Deandre Young, Jalen Lawrence, Caleb Young, Rheanna Williams, Don Coreon Perry, Shariya Anderson, Lea York, Kyra Williams, Lenija York, Harriet McNealy and husband, Gary McNealy, and Anthony Branton and wife, Kristi Branton; best friends, Diamond Bailey, Zoey Thomas and Karma Thomas; family friends, Josefina Batista, Kathy and Jimmy Rivera, Wendy and Alen Aicaide and Margarita. The visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, April16, 2010, from 58 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel Saturday at 1:45 p. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuperalhome.net SISTER ROSA LEE PINKNEY Homegoing services of Sister Rosa Lee Pinkney of 7 311 Mascotte Street, who passed awuy Sunday, April 11, 2010, will be Saturday, April17, 2010, nt 11 a. m. at St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church, 7221 S. Sherrill Street, Rev. Darryl Matthews, pastor, with Rev. Dr. Leeomia W. Kelly, eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Sister Pinkney was born September 5, 1914, in Royal FL. She was a devoted m embe r of Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church where she served faithfully. Sister Pinkney leaves tocherish her memories : three sons, a loving son Clarence Pinkney of Clearwater, William Pinkney and wife of Tampa, and McKinley Pinkney of Tampa; a loyal and faithful daughter, Priscilla Plair and husband of Tampa; 12 loving grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren and 5 great, great grandchildren; a sister-inlaw, Mattie Pinkney and husband; and a host of nieces, nephews and other sorrowing relatives and friends of Port Tampa; a very special friend, Laurice Peterson; and best friend, Christopher Sheppard. The visitation will be held at Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church, 7401 Kissimmee Street, Tampa, on Friday, April16, 2010, from 6-8 p.m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday at 10:45 a. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikeosfuneralhome.pet BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM EDITH UNDERWOOD Time will never era.Se -your beautiful soul. Wishing you a happy birthday. From, your loving family. Wake services for Ms. Rochelle L. Watson of 3508 E. Deleuil Avenue, Tampa, who pussed away on Sunday, April 11, 2010 will be held on Friday, April 16 2010, from s-8 p.m. at Aikens Funeral Home hapel. Interment will follow on Snturday, April17, 2010, ut 9:30a.m. at Orange Hill Cemetery, Tampa. Rochelle was born on Novemb e r 9 1982, to Brenda L. Evans and Edward J. Watson. She attended the schools of Hillsborough County and enjoyed singing, cooking and entertaining. She was baptized at an early age at Macedonia Missionury Baptist Church, Tampn. She was preceded in deatlt by: her great grandmother, Maud Lemons; great grandfather, Ernest Lemons; and uncle, Tony C. Evans, Sr. She leaves to cherish her memories: special friend, Aubrey Curry; son, Glenn Powell; daughter, Aubreyana Curry; mother, Brenda L. Evans; father, Edward (Eddie) Watson; siblings, Roland Tavares Evans, Roxanne F. Evans, Rozanna E. Watson and friend, Ralph, Rosevelt M. Britton and Roberta C. Britton, all of Tampa; grandmother, Catherine Gibson, grandmother and grandfather, Benjamin and Josephine Watson; uncle, Emanuel Evans (Telca); aunts, Audrey G. Clarke, Pamela Gibson, Debra Watson, Elise Watson, and Bonita Watson; nephews, Roland T. Evans, Jr., Gabriel Watson and Rabkil 0. Britton; nieces, Tabianna Evans and Toni Evans; special cousins, Tony Coleman and Michael Coleman; godmother, Annette Killins; and a host of other relatives and friends. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. on Friday, April16, 2010. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net Harmon o L .. .... ,MR. FRANK t1 DON GROOM O' Mr.o Fraokll Don Grooms passed uwny on Fridny, April 9 2010. Homegoing s rvices will b held Saturdny, April17, 2010, ut 1 p. m., at Brown's Memoriul Church of God in Christ, 2313 27th Ave. E., Tnmpa, 33610, Bishop Muttl1ew Williums, pastor, and Bishop Robert Pirnnt, officiuting. Interment will fol low in Rest Hoven M morlul Pnrk Cemetery, 4615 E. llunnu Ave. Tumpn. Mr. Grooms wus born to Mrs. Emma nnd th lute Wult r Grooms in Tumpu on Mnr h 2, 1954 Mr. Grooms uttended public schools in Hillsborough County. He was u devoted father and grandfather and his memory will be forever cherished in tlte hearts of family members and friends. He leaves loving memories with: four children, Maquesha Davis of Columbus Georgia, Marlon Wright, Myron Grooms and Tribetta Donshelle Tyson, all of Tampa; s ister W. Louise and husband, Bennie Holder; 2 brothers, Arthur and wife, Patricia Grooms, and Clifford Grooms; special friends, Jean Boggs and Barbara Curry; a host of grandchildren, Marquisha, Myron, Jr., Myrion, Mickel, Mya, Myree, Tramarcus, Trendaja, Trent, Jr., Corey, Travis and Porshe; great grandchildren, Prelvion, Zariab and Nadia; and a host of nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Visitation for Mr. Frank Don Grooms will be held this Friday evening at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, from 5-8 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday at 12:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL. Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home. 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation ( )ur 1-ttmih ( dll \kl.'l Your I ttmih .., CRISIS JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 IIARMON LPD 5002 N. 40th Street To Florida 33610

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, Funerals MR. CALVIN MCCRAY, JR. .... Homegoing services for Mr. Calvin McCray, Jr., who away on April 8 2010, will b e held Monday, April 19 2010, at 10 a. m at Revealing Truth Mini stries, 5201 N. Armenia Ave., Tampa, 33603, Pastor Gregory Powe, officiating. Interment with Military Honors will follow in Florida National Cemetery on Monday. Mr. Calvin McCray was born April 30, 1928, in Quincy, FL, to the late, Mrs. Ethel Mae Jackson McCray and the late, Mr. Calvin McCray, Sr. He received his academic training at Don Thompson High School in Tampa. He accepted Christ as his personal Savior and was baptized at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church under the leadership of Rev. Calhoun. Realizing that he needed a mate, he was united in holy matrimony to the late, Bernice Mcintosh McCray and to this union they were blessed with a son, Calvin McCray, III. Later, he met and married the late Evelyn Christine McCray and to this union he was blessed with another son, Carlton McCray. Although a native of Quincy, FL, Mr. McCray resided in New York for over 25 years, returning to Tampa 30 years ago. He was a veteran, having served honorably in the United States Army. He was a cement finisher, rehabilitation counselor, and entrepreneur prior to his retirement. He answered the Master' s call on April 8 2010, at 2 p. m. He leaves fond and loving memories with: two sons, Calvin McCray, ill and his wife, Evelyn L., and Carlton McCray and wife, Lissett; granddaughter, Andrea N. McCray; three grandsonsAdrian McCray and wife, Deborah, Alex A. McCray and wife, Marilan, and Christopher McCray; great granddaughter, Jayla McCray a loving motherin-law, Katie B. Johnson; devoted first cousins, Helen Stacy, Tampa, Lottie Morgan, Oakland, CA, Willie M. Shaw, Marilyn Donaldson and Gloria James, all of Quincy FL, Flossie Greenlea, Houston, TX, Betty DuHart and husband, Rev. Marvis DuHart, Rochester, NY, Rev. Jerome Jackson and wife, Vicky, Macon, GA Rev. Charles Lee Jackson and wife, Louise, Montgomery, AL; a ery loving and caring cousin, Deacon Perry Floyd and wife, Val; and a host of cousins, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces nephews and friends; and good neighbors and friends, Jarvis Green, Gerald Nash and Eunice Butts. VISitation for Mr. Calvin McCray, Jr. will be held Sunday, April18, 2010, from 3-5 p. m. at Hannon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the home going service are asked to assemble at 9:45 a . m. at the church. A HARMON BURIAL. t BISHOP ALJ3ERT HERBERT CA.l\lPBELL A homegoing celebration will be held for Bishop Albert H Campbell, who passed away at a local hospital, Saturday, April 1 7, 2010, at 11 a. m. at the First Baptist Church of Palm River, 5415 Palm River Road, 33619 Rev. Bruce Ayers, pastor, with Bishop Roan S. Faulkner, 1st Vice Bishop of United Church of Jesus Christ Apostolic, Baltimore, Maryland, officiating, and Bishop Monroe R. Saunders, Jr., D.Min., Presiding Prelate of United Church of Jesus Christ Apostolic, Baltimore, Maryland, eulogist. Bishop Albert Herbert Campbell was born May 3, 1933, in Albany, New York, to the late Ernest Campbell and Emeline Williams. He attended Catholic schools and after graduation he attended EOC Technical School, becoming a locksmith and an excellent carpenter. He later was employed with the United Postal Service as a mechanic while attending Seminary School, obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in Theology. Bishop Campbell was the founder of God's House of Prayer Foundation, Inc., where he pastored until retirement, after which he relocated to Tampa, in 2007. He joined and became an active member of New Bethel Temple of Deliverance, Palm River, establishing the House of Jacob' s Rehabilitation for those individuals in need of help from drugs and alcohol. On May 29, 2009 Bishop Campbell was joined in Holy Matrimony to Pastor Louisa Forte. He leaves to cherish his memories: a loving and devoted wife, Pastor Louisa Campbell; sons, Eddie Boyd and wife, Michelle, and Odis Ealy, all of Tampa; Gwendolyn Campbell-Mormon and husband, Don, and Sheri Campbell, all of Schenectady, NY, Valerie Ingles and husband, Rudene of Baltitnore, MD, Francenica Boyd and Indoneshia Larry, both of Tampa; a brother, Tommy Robertson of Schenectady, NY; a sister, Ada Washington of Albany, NY; brothers-in-law, John Johnson and wife, Melinda, Walter Johnson, Westely Johnson, and Ivory Johnson and wife, Roberta, all of Tampa; sistersin-law, Callie Mae Mormon and husband, Russell, and Hazel Tucker and husband, Woodrow, all of Tampa; 14 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren; and a host of sorrowing nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Public viewing for Bishop Albert H. Campbell will be held Friday, April16, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. at the New Bethel Temple of Deliverance, 6221 E. Palm River Road. The family will receive visitation of friends from 6-Sp.m. Assembly of family and friends for funeral services are requested at 10:45 a. m. INTEGRITY FUNERAL SERVICE "'The Heart of Serving Family First" OSCAR F.R'ANKLIN HARRIS, Oscar Franklin Harris, Sr., 83, passed away peacefully April 7, 2010. He was a retired Professional Dry Cleaner at both Campbell and Royal Cleaners. Born in Aaron, FL, he was the oldest son to the late, Fred Harris, and Annie Mae Harris Langston. Others who preceded him in death were: his sister, Thelma Langston; nephew, Thomas B. Langston, III; and stepdaughter, Valerie Thompson. Oscar served in both the Korean War and World War II. He was a member of First Baptist Church of College Hill under the leadership of Reverend Dr. Evan Burrows. He leaves fond memories to carry his legacy: son, Oscar F. Harris, Jr. and wife, Tangela; 2 granddaughters, Ongel F. Harris, Jacksonville, and Erica Gaffney, Tampa, grandson, Oscar F. Harris, III, Orlando; 6 brothers, Frank 0. Langston, Thomas B. Langston, Jr., Charles E. Langston, Sr., and Lucious E. Langston, all of Tampa, Anderson Franklin, Philadelphia, PA, and Dr. Timothy L. Langston and wife, Catherine, Indianapolis, IN; sister, Hazel Langston Fields and husband, Arnold, Tampa; and aunt, Clara M. Jenkins, Philadelphia, PA. Also left to cherish fond memories are: a host of nieces and nephews; other relatives; special friends, Mamie Jefferson, and those "Under the Tree;" devoted caregivers, his sister and brother-in-law, Hazel and Arnold Fields, Jr.; and niece, "Nunnie." The remains will repose after 5 p. m. (Friday), April16, 2010, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 North 34th Street. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Services will be conducted on Satqrday, April17, 2010, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. Burial will take place on Monday, April 19, 2010, in Bushnell, Florida. Professional arrangements are under the care and direction of Jackson Funeral Home, Tampa. JACKSON FUNERAL SERVICE MR.. JAMES BARTHEL Mr. James Barthel of 4213 West LaSalle Street, passed away Friday, April 9 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, April17, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 West Nassau Street, Reverend Doctor Linda C. Reese, pastor, with Elder Willie C. Butts, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Barthel was a native of Fitzgerald, Georgia, and a res ident of Tampa for 57 years. He attended .the local schools in Taylor County, GA. He was a member of Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church. He was employed as a longshoreman at Local 1402 for 40 years and loved the Tampa Greyhound Lane. Mr. Barthel was preceded in death by: a devoted wife of 58 years, Sarah Barthel; mother, Mattie Dixon; father, .Joe Barthel; brothers, Joe Barthel, Jr., Willie B. Barthel and Calvin Barthel; and sister, Ida M. Griffin. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted son, Johnny Barthel (Patricia); 4 loving grandsons, Johnny M. Barthel (Carol) of Jacksonville, Juan X. Barthel (Jennifer) of Orlando, Mister Barthel of Tampa, and Robby of Jacksonville; 3 granddaughters, Wanda Barkley of Tallahassee, Shirika White (Rechee), and Vanessa Barthel of Atlanta, GA; 19 great grandchildren; a sister-in-law, Shirley Barthel of Fitzgerald, GA; a brother-in-law, Frank Swearingen (Annie) of Miami; loving caretaker and niece, Pastor Mable Smith (Huey); other nieces, Laretha Barthel, Pamela Mathis (Michael)" M :1ttie Barthel of Douglas, GA, Ja1.e Barthe l of Ohio, and Bianca Barthel; nephews, .Elder Willie C. Butts (Nicolita), Calvin Barthel of Bakersfield, CA, Anthony Barthel (Patronica), Richard Barthel (Linda), Sheldon Larry, Joe Barthel, ill of Ft. Myers, FL, Willie Barthel, and Willie Barthel, III of Douglas, GA; an aunt, Mrs. Gussie Teens of Philadelphia, PA; cousins, Don and Linda Gag and Estelle and the Vinson family; and many more loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and family members; godchildren, Sylvia Dennard and Kenneth Johnson; special friends, Dr. J. Sinkovies, St. Joseph's Can.cer Center-2nd and 3rd floor staff, Mrs. Cheryl Reed (for making our loved one comfortable), Mrs. Bernice Felton, the Jefferson and Albury families, the neighbors of Carver City, and Reverend Doctor Linda C. Reese of Pilg:rim.s Rest M. B. Church. The remains will repose after 5 p. DL today, Friday, April 16, 2010, at Ray Willia:m.s Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday, April17, 2010, at 10:45 a. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. I MS. LYDIA RODRIGUEZ Ms. Lydia Rodrign :r. of Tampa passed Sunday, Aprilu, 2010. -Fun raJ rvl will b on-ducted Saturday, April 1 7, 2010, at2 p.m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional burch, 1006 West press Street, Reverend Doctor W. James Favorite, pastor, with Reverend Dwayne K. Gaddis, Pastor of Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Res t Hnven M moria! Park Cemetery. Lydiu wns born on D mb r 8, 1938, to the lute onnie and Isubel Wilson in Tnmpn. She wus bupti:r.ed at un 'arly )> \J ::c r age at Mt. Zion A. M. E. hur h of Hyde Park. She wa n form r b member of the Trust Bonrd ::C and Mis ionnry ociety. Ms. Rodriguez attended th C public schools of Hlllsborough )> County and gradunted from en Middleton Senior High School, m Class of 1956. She received h r 3j B. A. Degree in Education from Clark College nnd received her Z Muster' s Degree from Florida A&M University. Lydia taught at Mend nhnll llJ Elementary and also worked as a Guid.ance ounsclor nt I v -r land Elemcntnry, retiring after m_ ...... 34 yenrs of dedicated service to ..., the Children of Hlllsborough Z County. \J M s Rodriguez was n member C of The Retired and Proud, Clnrk llJ Atlanta University Alumni -Life r Member, Hyde Parkers' Day en Committee and Midddlcton Sen-::I: ior Class of 1956 Reunion Com-m mittee, and also served as vice C president of The Marina Club m Homeowners Association. < She was precede d in death by m her son, Michael Rodriguez, Jr. Left to cherish beautiful memories of her life are: nieces, Gail S .tadom, Bernice m Harvey, Ebba Wilson, Gwen-en dolyn Gibson and family of LA, C Karman Barber and family of AK, Diane and JoAnn Wilson of CT, and Natasha WU -)> son of Atlanta, GA; nephews, Z Shedrick Wilson, Clyde Bouler, C Shoo Wilson and Mustafa Wil-, son and family; grandnieces, :::0 Tonya (Shannon) Burch and C family, Robyn (Ryan) Bazile and family, Nicole (Aaliyah) Stadom, and Annice Barber; grandnephews, Kelvie Gibson, Charles-Peyton Wilson and Rayceo Barber and family; godchildren, John Edwards, Jr., Glynnis Jones and Michael Grif-fin; cousins, George Robinson and family, Barbara Curry and family, Clara Finley and family, and Thelma Fields, all ofTampa, Eunice Roberts and family of GA, Celia Ringer and husband, Ernest of NJ, and Dr. Deli us Wtlson of NY; and a host of loving family and many devoted friends, among whom are Sephra Winters and husband, Robert of CA, Dr. Ar lessa Kubon and fam.ily of Tampa, and Mazola Cohen and family. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today (Friday), 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301. N. Howard Avenue. The fam.ily will receive friends from 7:30-8:30 p. m. All family members will meet at the church at 1:30 p.m. on Sat-arday, April17, 2010! C) Arrangements en1rusted to m RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL _.. HOME, Rhodes & Northern, CD Owners. )>

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0 Funerals/Memoriams ...J a: a. a: u.. MRS. MABLE SHEPHARD Mrs. Mable Shephard, a resident of Tampa, for over 58 years, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday, April to, 2010. She was a loyal and devoted member ofMt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, where she served and was actively involved over so years in the General Mission Ministry, Ushers Ministry #1, Sunday School, Baptist Training Union C and weekly Bible Study. a: Funeral services will be conU.. ducted on Saturday, April 17, C 2010, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor z M. B. Church, 2606 West Grace of31 years, Staff Sergeant Raya: mond Shephard. W She leaves to cherish fond > memories: a devoted and lovW ing daughter, Dorothy S. JenkC ins; two grandsons, Michael W Barber and wife Connie of St. D dren, Tony Smith (Atlanta, ;::, GA) Michael Aaron and BonD. nie Barbe.: (St. Petersburg); 5 z sisters, Fannie Sanders (Win-ston-Salem, NC), Maggie tij Hewie (Brooklyn, NY), Cora -J Thompson (Far Rockaway, -J NY), Hanna Scott, and Lillian ;:::) Coulter (Leonard) of Newton, D NC; brother, Forace Thompson ..J of Henderson, NC; a host of W sorrowing nieces, nephews :: and other family members; Z.-like daughters, Gwen Curry, Gloria Barnes and Gwen Hagen; special friends, Sister Daisy Thorpe, Sister Eula Hodges, Sister Mae Catherine a: Brookins, Sister Delia Engram, O Sister Nettie James, Brother -J Leon Henry, Sister Ethel u.. Howard, and the Mt. Tabor Church Family; supportive doctor and friend, Dr Kathleen Kilbride; and neighbors for over .58 years, Mrs. Mae Bryant, Mrs. Reva Taylor, Mrs. Georgia Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Anthony, and the Barnes and Odom families. The remains will repose from s-8 p. m. today, Friday, April 16, 2010, at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 W. Grace Street. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern. MOURJSHAE MAUNDRELL (DRELL) SNELLING Mourjshae Maundrell (Drell) Snelling of Hagerstown, MD, passed away Saturday, Apdl 10 2010, at the University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore, MD. A homegoing celebration will be held Saturday, April17, 2010, at 2 p. m. a t Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Reverend Donald Hough, officiating. Interment will follow in Res t Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Drell spent his early childhood in Greenwood, FL, surrounded by a loving family who adored him and taught him positive values which followed him throughout his lifetime. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County, and graduated from Armwood High School, class of 1977. He later married the love of his life, Esperanza Lucia (Lucy) Fitzgerald, and to this union three beautiful children were born. He was employed in the electronic industry. In October 2008, his job relocated him to Hagerstown, MD. At the time of his illness, Drell was attending school to become a licensed barber. Drell was preceded in death by: his maternal grandparents, Eagle, Jr. and Josephine Spencer Worlds; and his paternal grandparents, Richard and Rena Bell Snelling. Precious memories will forever linger and flood the souls of: his devoted wife, Esperanza Lucia (Lucy); his children, Isaiah Marquise, Joell Jakai (JoJo), and Esmeralda Yasmine (Lala); his loving parents, Gwen and Willie Snelling, Seffner, FL; 2 sisters, Quontesha (Tesha) Worlds of Quincy, FL, and Kia Snelli.Dg of Tampa; uncles and aunts; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Donald and Fran Fitzgerald; godparents, John Robert and Mary Alice Worlds; a close arid devoted friend, Jeff McKnight; his "Home Boys;" and a host of other relatives and friends, too numerous to name, yet each played a special role in his life. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, Friday, April16, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrtisted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. "A Family Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner MS. BENNIE LEE THORNTON Ms. Bennie Lee Thornton of Tampa, passed away Sunday, April 4 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, April 1 7, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Alecia J. Thomas, officiating. Interment will be held in Bainbridge, Georgia. Ms. Thornton was a native of Bainbridge, Georgia. She attended Hutto High School, and was a member of Ford Chapel A. M. E. Church. She was employed for a long time as a housekeeper for a family of 4 She leaves to cherish her memory: a son, Michael Thornton; a daughter, Trina Thornton; 4 grandchildren, Tia Thornton, Angela Thornton, Marticia James and Serena Pearson; 4 sisters, Hattie Jones, Mattie Jones, Pam Thornton and Jessie Thornton; 2 aunts, Evelyn Mann and Lilian Mann; cousin, Charles Thornton; nurse, Tina Felton; friends, Vivian and Dana; and a host of sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today (Friday) at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. I o IN MEMORIAM MAYOLA (MAY) WALKER It's been 2 years since I spoke to you, laughed with you and told you that I loved you. Ma, I miss you so much and there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think about you. As I sit here and look at your pictures, I can see you in each of your grandchildren. I know you are watching over us. Love you Ma! Kiss, kiss, kiss, kiss, from your daughter, Tanuni; and grandchildren, Kortoria, Dijonia and Montenell. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal. Mother, I miss your smile, laugh and jokes. I miss calling you and hearing you say, "Western Union" or "Wally World." I still have your voicemail and I call just so I can hear you speak. I love and miss yon so mnch. Yonr baby girl, Asha. MS. JEANETTE WILLIAMS-BROWN Ms. Jeanette Williams-Brown of Tampa. also known as "Pretty Black" and "The Lovely Jennie," was called to heuven on Thursday, April 8, 2010. Homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, April 1 7, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Mount Tnbor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, with Pastor T. D. Leonard; officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Jeanette was born in Madison, FL, but was a resident of Tampa, for over 40 years. She was educated by Hillsborough County Schools and nttended Blake High School. Jeanette was preceded in death by: her father, Samuel Perry; grandmothers; Alice Mayhue and Matrice Perry; grandson, Baby Gregory Wnlton; uncles; Russell and Nathaniel Mitchell; aunt, Mae Lizzie Gary; and cousins, Lashawn and Yolanda Archie, Nathaniel Thornton and Joseph Austin, III. She leaves to cherish precious memories: a devoted mother and stepfather, Pinkey Mae and Arthur Billingsley, Sr., both of Tampa; 4 daughters, Sonyette Alford, Neikeishia Williams, I shamere (Daniel) Johnson and Chiquita Reed; 2 sons, Maurice. Mitchell-Williams and Dante Jovonnie Roberson, all of Tampa; 3 sisters,. Mary Williams (George), Louise Westbrook and Johnnie Bell Billingsley; 2 brothers, Arthur Billingsley, Jr. and John Lee Billingsley, Sr., all ofTampa; 2 granddaughters, Shacora White and Tashi Mitchell; 11 grandsons, Jamarl Alford, Bobby, Richardson, III, Johayward Lil-Scoop Bradshaw, Johayward Malik Bradshaw, Rontavius Thomas, Maurice Mitchell, Jr., Demerick Johnson, Jr., Quintan Johnson, Jonathan Miller, Jr., Terrance Small, Jr. and Walter Clark, Jr., all of Tampa; 4 aunts, Charlie Mae Dorsey, Minnie (Fred) Hall, Archie and Lillian Austin, all of Tampa; uncle, Henry Mitchell, of Miami; 5 nieces, Kawana Green, Laytosha Green, Angela Billingsley, Jalecia Billingsley and Pinkey Hayes; 4 nephews, George Green, Jr., Timothy Green, Sr., Artaybius Billingsley and John Billingsley, Jr., all of Tampa; loving best friends, Kim and Denise Franks, Marnette Condry and (like a sister) Barbara Cummings; a host of cousins, family members and friends who loved her dearly; special friends, Genesis Rehab Services, Marlon (Rhodda) Dorsey, Sophia Dorsey, Mrs. Sadie and the Bryant family, WillieMae Franks (godmother), Mary Williams (Daniel Boone Family), Johnnie Bell (the family photographer), Lillian Nichols and the Senior CitiZens Committee. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, Friday, April16, 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. Ms. hunic Wilson of 3628 Enst Mohnwk Av nu pass d awny Frldn.y, April 2Q10. Funernl services will b e o n dueled aturdny, April 1 7 2010, nt 11 n. m. nt t. ,John 1th drnl, 3401 E a s t 25th Av nu with Bishop Eddie Newkirk, officiating. Interment will follow in Ornnge Hill Cemetery. Ms. Shunice Wilson was n native ofTnmpn and a resident for 28 years. She att nded Hillsborough County Public chools and Florida Metropolitan University. She leaves to ch rish h r memory: 3 children, D'Ang lo Wilson, Jaleion Wilson nnd Zion Wilson-Williams; 3 sisters, Sharonda Qaous, Tlia Wilson nnd Jontne Dnniels; broth r, Cedric Wilson; 3 neph ws, Ellijnh Wilson, Nolen Grndy and Cedic Wilson, Jr.; niece, Zariah Dickey; grandmother, Ozeda Wilson; aunts, Catherine McFadden, Linda (Robert) Provitt, Carolyn (Lewis) Scott, Albertha Wilson, Jeanette (Robert) MClendon nnd Andren McFadden; uncles, John D. Wilson, Jr., Mark Wilson, Steve Wilson, Freddie (Emily) Wilson, nnd Stanley Smith; n host of cousins, Tanzanin Smith, Lakeshiu Henderson, Jermaine Hend rson, Shantel Smith, Diannen Leggett, Deannieu Wilson, Lewis Scott, Jr., Porshia Provitt, Mercedes Provitt, Mark Wilson, Jr., Marcus Wilson, Stephon Session, John Wilson, Jr., Jonqueshiu Wilson, Steven Wilson, Jr., Dcmontrae Wilson, Appiffany Wilson, Lorenzo Van Brons, Jessica Wilson, Jayla Wilson, Carol Jane Scott and James Scott; a host of great cousins; great aunts and uncles; the Lewis family; and special friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today (Friday) April t6, 2010, at Ray WiUiams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. 1N LOVING MEMORY .MS. NELLIE R. SMITH April 1oth 1945-2009 You are deeply loved and m.issed. We loV'e you mama, Gary.

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:D Funerals/Memoriams MS. BElT LOU BELL Funeral service for Ms. Betty Lou Bell who passed away in Houston, Texas, on April 12, 2010, will be held on Tuesday, April20;2010, at 6 p.m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, with Elder Ronnie Norton, officiating. Cremation wiJI follow. Ms. Bell was preceded in death by her parents, Helen Larry and Sammie Swain. Ms. Bell is survived by: children, Edwin A. Toy, Robin T Toy, and Eric W. Bell and wife, Brenda; grandchildren, Edwin A Toy, Jr. and Eric T. Toy; great grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Frederick D. Larry and wife, Tammy, Stella Profit and husband, Herman, Helen Stephens, Bernard Larry, Myron Larry, Michael Larry, and Maurice A. Larry and wife, Kim; nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of other relatives and friends. A native of Tampa, Ms. Bell had resided here all of her life before moving to Houston, Texas, 15 years ago. She was a graduate of Middleton High School, Class of1964. The remains will repose at the funeral home on Tuesday, April 20, 2010, from 4-6 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 5:45 p. m. "A WII.SON'S SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com IN MEMORIAM MOTHER LEOLA MCRAE JONES April, 2004 No human expression can really relieve the pain you're feeling when you are bereaved; each day will get easier with the passing of time, if you don' t sit idle pondering your mind, wondering why God allowed our loved one to die. Deeply missed and always loved. Your children, Louie McRae and Margaret Love, and your grandchildren. MOTHER MARY VIRGINIA DAVIS Homegoing celebration for Mother Mary Virginia Davis of Tampa, who passed away Saturday, April 10, 2010, will be held Saturday, April 1 7, 2010, at 2:30 p m at New Life Tabernacle, 2225 E. 109th Avenue, with Pastor Daniel Davy, officiating. Interment will be made in U B. A Cemetery in Chattahoochee, FL, on Monday, April 19 2010, at 2 p.m. She was preceded in death by: two sons, Baby Boy Davis and Tyrus Donnell Williams; her mother, Margaret Virginia McElvy; and her grandmother, Alberta Singleton. She leaves behind with chcished memories: her husband of 43 years, Elder Willie Lee Davis; her children, Vincent Davis (Lenora); Shawania Davis-Allen (Zachery), Dwayne Davis (Senice), Shavon Davis, Derrick Davis, Shakera Davis (Robert Chennis, intended son-in-law) and Shamia Davis; sisters, Valda Holmes (Willie), Gail McClellan (Ricky), Jacqueline Youmas, and Janie Carr (John); grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other family and friends. The legacy of Mother Mary Davis will live on through us all. Mother Davis was born on September 23, 1948, in Chattahoochee, FL. She was baptized in Jesus' name and received the Holy Ghost at Faith Temple Apostolic Church in Newark, New Jersey. She was joined in holy union to her best friend, Elder Willie Davis and they were blessed with over 43 years of marriage together. Mother Davis served in many capacities in several ministries during her walk with the Lord and served faithfully at New Life Tabernacle until the Lord called her home on Apri11o, 2010. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m., Friday, April 16, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 2:15p.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com IN LOVING MEMORY OF FREEMAN FLOWERS March 12, 1937 -April 16, 2008 Your spirit is always with us. You are missed by many, but most of all by: Claretha, Vanessa, Kim, Carnisha, Zionna, Erika, Terik, Terrell and Earl. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! MILDRED A. WilSON April15, 1957 -March 27, 2006 The birth date of others, you never missed! We'd never forget yours, happy birthday you're wished! From, your family and friends. IN LOVING MEMORY TUCKER SMITH 4/9/1935-12/17/1986 DALE B. SMITH 10/4/1958-4/17/2008 We rejoice in knowing you have gone to be with the Lord, never to die no more. Your loving fantily. IN MEMORIAM DORA PERSON Missing you as ulwuysl Love, yuur fnmily. > :vie__ . oo pfovide leSs tQar1 impeccable service, or to leave you with less than unpre5sion possible. -. 2 :. not just our client,you're our boss. __ dim't lose sight of for. -After alL you're the one we answer to. :i .. We arrange funerals, we don' sell them. _ It our responsibility to honor your wishes and respect your budget 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a pan of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with yoo. Arranging a fining tribute is imponant to you, and you don't deserve to rushed. FUNERAL HOME :ml N. 29th St Tampa, Fl Imi (fm) 005-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne L Bright Mana er 0 :r> "'0 :D r-C) m N .... I )>

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Memoriams/Cards of Thanks ...... ...J a: a.. ex: > ex: 0 a: u.. c ct LL c z ex: c en w ::::) 1-> ct w > w c w :I: en :::; m ::::) a. z CARRIE E. THOMPSON My Mother April 8, 1995 IN LOVING MEMORY JOSEPH W.MCRAE My Husband April19, 1998 . TERENCE R.MCRAE My Son April14, 2002 Heartbreak-Heartbroken-Incomprehensible. Emotional words and pain, continue to flood m y mind everyday; that leave me speechless, from time to time. Unspoken words locked in my heart. AJiowing only God' s grace to keep me from falling. Honoring my mother, husband and son. Love and miss you dearly, your daughter. widow and mother, Cynthia McRae and family. THE HAMIL TONS AND DAVIS J.B.CU1TY EGGIEB. LINDAC. HAMILTON HAMILTON HAMILTON 3/22/22-4/29/81 4/17/50-1/17/89 4/17/54-12/15/06 We all miss you and love you and your beautiful smile. .-----1-N_L_O:--V-I_N_G_M_E_M_O_R_Y_O_F---. CARD OF THANKS ...J ::::) m I ...J w z i= z w en < c ct 0 ...J LL FANNIEL. MCNISH (Aprilu, 2006) and EMERSON WILLIAMS, JR. (April 23, 2009) Siblings walking around heaven together bring joy to our hearts because they are "safe in the Shepherd's anns." We will always love you: Otis Jr., Audrey, Katie and Alma. "CALL RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY ---------------------( 813 ) 892-8193' ----------Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Ava il able 24 Hrs /O a y FREE Consultation RICKY E WILLIAMS JESSIE DAVID 'POP' LATSON The family of the late Jessie David "Pop" Latson, would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many friends and neighbors who shared in our loss. We would like to thank you for your kind expressions of love and sympathy through prayers, visits, telephone calls, food, flowers, cards of condolences to us during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Rev. Ernest and Minister Chloe Coney, Rev James Givens and Mt. Olive AME Church family, Rev. T. L. and Gwendolyn Williams, Howard W. Blake classes of 1965 and 1970, and Ray Williams Funeral Home and Staff. The Latson Family. THANK YOU ROBERT KELLY, SR. 1\ friendly smile, u cusuul touch, these arc the things that mean so much. To know you were witl1 us in the passing of our fathc, Robert Kelly, Sr. His children, Robert, Jr., Denise, Gail Tony, Todd and Butch. CARD OF THANKS GEORGE R. DAVIS The family of George R. Davis would like to thank: Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps, Mt. Olive M. B. Church family, friends, neighbors and Harmon Funeral Home Staff for their prayers, words of comfort, acts of kindness, cards and expressions of sympathy during our time of bereavement. We are grateful for your thoughtfulness. The Davis Family. CARD OF THANKS BRO. WILLIE CAUSEY. JR. 111 fnmily of th lute Bro. Willi e uusey, .Jr., would like to thnnk you for your culls, cards, food, visits nnd flowers we received during our time of sorrow. Special thanks to: Rev. En d Kelly nnd the Good News llnptist Church fumily, Pastor Greg Hill nnd th First ,John lluptist hurch fnmily, Pastor Willie nrpente und The Tru Lov llnptist lnll'e h fnmily, Pustor Tommy Lovell of Crestview, FL, Min. Tony Cuusey of Mobile, 1\L my denr neighhms on Frierson Ave. nod Shadowluwn; fumi lies and friends who buvcl d from Virginia, 1\la.bumn, Floridu and 1\tlantu. 1\ very speciul thanks to: Den. Robert Steven und the stuff of Eastside Funeral Home. The Cuusey Wooden family. To Run For Countv Commission Former State Senator Les Mi11er h as qualified IPe 1 tJtJ<>n to have his name the ballot as he seeks the Hil The Law Office Of Angela B. Wright, P.A. National Criminal Defense College Florida Assoc .CrinW!al Defense Lawyers Na1ional As&oe. Criminal Defense Lawyers Practice Federal And State Courts EXPERIENCE MATTERS Ovar 20 Yews Experience' FELONIES AND MISDEMEANOR. S AOGRE8SIVE MOTION PRACTICE BOND HEARINGS WARRANTS TRAFFIC VIOI.ATIONSIUCENSE SUSPENSIONS PROBATION VIOLATIONS CERTIFIED EXPERT CRIMINAL TRIAL ATTORNEY 300 N FRANKL I N ST .. TAMPA FL 33602 SERVING BAY AREA COUNTIES (813) 277-0068 Email : wright@abwrightlaw .com www.ai)Y(rightlaw com

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Crime :xJ Murder Trail Begins For Man In Death Of 2-Year-Oid ROBERT BRADWELL ... charged with first-degree murder. On Tuesday jurors in the first-degree murder trial of Robert Bradwell heard two s cenarios of how 2-year-o ld Makalia Thompson died of a torn heart on September 6, 2008. The Hillsborough County Sheriffis Office reported that the little girl had been beaten and stomped by her mother's boyfriend, Bradwell. It was also suggested she died from ro1:1ghhouse play with her 4year-o ld brother. Bradwell was 36 when Makalia died and her moth er, Monique Thompson, 1:old officials Bradwell was babysitting Makalia and her brother, Keyondre. According to Assis tant State Attorney Scott Harmon, Bradwell, a care work-MAKALlA THOMPSON e r was upset over a paycheck dispute with his boss. He reportedly was l eft a l one with Makalia and Keyondre whi le Thompson worked as a WalMart cashier According to the report, Bradwell arrived at the University Community Hospital around midnight with Makalia. Harmon told jurors evi dence will show Makalia was sto mped on her chest as s h e l ay flat on a hard surface. Theda James, Bradwell's public defender, said the same evidence will show a different_ Qutcom.e . She toJd the jury Makalia's heart could have been torn in roughhouse play with her brother. Probation OHicer Charged With Marijuana Possession KIZZY DAWSON ... probation officer arrested. LAKELAND-Polk County Sheriffs deputies arrested two women Tuesday night after reporting the smell of marijuana coming from their vehiCle. Kizzy Dawson, 33, and her roommate Cheryl Hunt, 39, were charged with marijuana possession after deputies said they were smoking pot in a vehicle parked in a part of Lakeland that has received complaints about drug use. Investigators said they noticed the vehicle parked behind the Warehouse Bar and Grill about 7:40 p.m CHERYL HUNT The arrest affidavit reports that detectives approached the vehicle to speak to the occupants and immediately smelled marijuana. When the driver stepped out, a bag of marijuana fell out of her lap. The driver identified herself as Dawson who reportedly told detectives she and her roommate were experiment ing with marijuana and knew it was wrong. Dawson is a probation officer for the Florida Department of Corrections in Tampa. Mother Charged With Felonv Child Abuse JESSICA GLOSTER On Monday Tampa Police arrested a 22-year-old mother who reportedly hit her chi ld with a belt and left permanent scarring on hi s face, neck and back. JessiLa Danielle Nicole Gloster allegedly stru c k her s-year-old son numerous tim e s with various weapo n s, police said. In the police report, it states t hat two scars on the child's back appeared to be caused by a belt buckle. Gloster is b e ing held with out bond on the charge. Man Charged In Stabbing TIMOTHYWASHINGTON, ll Tampa Police have arrested a man after a stabbing incident Monday night in Ybor City. Police report that Terrance Patterson, 29, and Timothy Washington, II, 26, were involved in a fight in the 1400 block of 9th Avenue. During the fight, Washington allegedly pulled a knife out of his pocket and stabbed three times in the side. Patterson was transported to a local hospital b y his girlfriend before police arrived. Hospital officials said his injuries are seriou s, but not life threatening. Washington was arrested and charged with aggravated battery. He was later released on $ 8,ooo bond. UNCLE SANDY . When you close 14, your eyes there is 33, never a 2 you will ever 9 open them again.17 0 Father Anacks Son Over Use Of Fan )> "'0 :xJ r-T P E T E R B RG-S t P e t e r sburg P oli e r e p o rt th a t a fight M onday ni ght b etween a man and his t e enage son e s ca l at e d into a family brawl. According to police Michael Roberson, 52, and 15-year-old his son argued over the use of a portable fan After Roberson and hi s son got into the fight, the boy s mother intervened, and Roberson took a swin g at hi s son, police said. The teenager in turn reportedly hit hi s father in the h ead with a football trophy. Police said Roberson then bit his son on the thigh and the son punched him in the back of the h ead. Both ended up on the floor with Roberson hitting hi s son in the forehead with a Black and Decker drill. The boy's mother took the drill from Roberson at MICHAEL ROBERSON which point police said Roberson tried to bite the woman, and her son punch d his father. Whe n Roberson grabbed hi son by the throat, police said th teenager's 13-year-old i t e r pulled him off. Then the teenager ca ll ed police. Roberson was booked into the Pinellas County Jail f! on charges of ch ild abuse and 0 aggravated battery with a :!! deadly weapon. (/) m Suspect Sought After Hostage Situation z m r;m c: rr-LAKELAND -Lakeland Police were called to 1350 West Lake Bonny Drive at 12:28 p.m. Monday on a report of a disturbance. When officers arrived, they reported that Tristin Michael Nelson Wright, 22, had been in a custody dispute over three children. Wright is reportedly the stepfather of the three children, ages 13, 6 and 4 Police said the disturbance occurred when a relative of th. e children came to Wright's residence to pick them up. Wright allegedl y displa ye d an assault rifle .and refused to turn. over the children. Police were called to the scene. The SWAT Team responded, and at 2:30 p.m., the children left the residence unharmed. The SWAT Team was deployed to clear the res idence, and reported Wright was not inside. gJ z "'tJ c: m r-c;; :::1: m 0 m < m -t c: m TRISTEN WRIGHT (f) ... being sought by police and is considered armed and dan-.. gerous. )> z 0 At this time, police said Wright's whereabouts :!! unknown. Anyone with infor-mation about his where--.. abouts is asked to contact the Police Department at (863) 834-6900. Police said Wright is believed to be armed with an assault rifle and should b e considered armed and dangerous. For Any Information Leading To The Capture Of VINCENT MAURICE GREEN Please Call: ...... "', .. -nberg Bail Bonds (813) 805-9303 C) m N w I >,_

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Black Historv Comminee Hosts 22nd Annual Celebration Th City of Tampa Black Committe I n c .. celebratt.:d 2:2nd r\nnual Black Ce lebration during HIt \\'omen's and ice:" at Tampa General L d 1,as the She 1, a;; introduced by l\lrs. Shirley Foxx-Knowles. Cit\ Clerk. Frank Crum, president uf the Ci t y of Tampa B lack II is-ttll"\ l'llllllllitt t t' !Ill .. ).:;ll t thl' 1' lrutllt' and l\lark \\'ilfalk gaw tlw in \tlcatinn. Mayor Pam Iorin the Prod:unat ion and l\lrs. Tonja Brkkhosue. Blatk II Cummitll'c Ath-isor. ga\ 't' the tH'l'a;; ion. T a mpa Counl'il m en1llL'r (;wtn l\lilltor :111d J
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KEITH And DESTINY KEITH H appy birthday hus band Love, Destiny. TASIA, SHIRELL, RA-RAAnd NAS Congrats to Ms. Tay Tay for receiving Principal's Honor Roll this 9 weeks. Tasia is a 4th grade student of Ms. Calic at E. E. Just. She was also a Terrific Kid last month. Ms. Tay you are truly a joy to have and be around and we want you to know that we are proud of you! Keep up the good work, lil mama Love, your #1 fans: Shirell, Robert, Ra-Ra, GMom, Rhonda, Auntie Tika, Dereyona and god mommy, Dorisann. ANGELINE, ZAY AndNAENAE E'MONTRE Happ y birthda y to o ur so n w h o will b e turning 4 on th e 1 9t h We l ove you a l ways Mom dad a nd family. Happ y bi1thday Drama. 'Monev Over Evervthing, That's MvAnitude' B-JANGA So hard, I go to keep pushing, get money or get nothing. Re spect it or check it. I came you saw, we con curred nothing can stop us now. Happy birth day to my baby. Angeline, my true ride or die. The wait is o ver honey, dadd y's home. ? / ?/10. Love, Zay. LASHA WN, MICHAEL, CHARLOTTE, MIKEARRIA And BILL Mommy, you 're doing your thing. Three teenagers and a spoiled brat and still making everything to be a "10" around h e re. We love you. "TT r 0 :c c > CJ) m z ::! z m r;-Strong woman What You Seals J= MZ. LASHES Happy birthday to me. ROME Happy birthday Rome. Love you always. Your wifey, Dee Dee. What You Getll' B-JANGA Neyer idolize others, they will never live up to your expecta tions. Many try, but all fail. z l'tJ c: m r en :1: m c m -t c: m c > z c "TT :c 6

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0 Local N 1.0 Stvlist Hopes Hair Show ?t Will liven Tampa's lndustrv 0 BY GWENDOLYN HAYES a: Sentine l Editor LL. Master s tylist, Iris Collins i s passionate abou t her profession. She's con s t an tly working on ways for its improv e m e nt. She wants it to r e ign at th e t o p with the be s t performances. That's part o f th e reason for th e upcomin g hair show. "Tampa has a l o t of unkn ow n tal e nt th a t n eeds exp os ur e," s h e sa id. I want the s t ylis t s in our communit y to know th a t yo u don' t h ave t o trave l t o Atla nt a t o see th e s h ow o f th e year. W eill hav e it rig ht h e re." T h e s h ow of th e year i s titl e d V iva La H a ir Show a n d Birthda y Bash a n int e rn ational extravaganza t o b e h e l d at the Centr o Asturi a no, C 1 913 N ebras ka Ave., o n a: Saturday, April 24, 201 0 LL. 0 ?:30 p m Th e r e i s limit e d z sea tin g < Th e r e a r e opportunities t o b eco m e a s ponsor re present your sal on or barbershop, w and enter, to win a 32 flat screen TV. a:> Some -of the popular stylists expected to display their talents include Trina w c w J: (J) ::i m c. z Oliver, Hundon, Kelio, Debra Holder, Ashley, Kia, Tisha and many more. Iris Collins h as been creating exotic hairstyles a ll IRlS COLLINS over th e T ampa B ay a r ea since 1989 The d a u g ht e r of r ecording a rti s t Barbara Kelly and George Wilds, Ms. Collins h as combi n e d h e r t a l e nt s t o m a k e s ur e the h a ir s how i s one of th e best. S h e i s a Steve Harv e y Radio Star (si n g in g competition) from the Steve Harve y Morning Show. She was one of 6 people from around the country chosen to compete in Philadelphia She came in second. Special invited guests are gospel artist J!:rnest Collins and Ebon' y model and commentator, Jada Collins. For additio nal inform a tion on the show, call (813) 361-0508 or (813) 352-8925. tu ..J ..J m Micros Starting@ $99 Full Head Sew-In Starting@ $79.00 I ..J w z i= z w (J) a: 0 ..J LL. Relaxer WI Flat Wrap Quick Weave Start ing@ S4o.oo NGIE {813) @ 7227 N. Nebraska Avenue Students Graduate From FBI Jr. Academv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last year. 25 middle schoo l s s tud e nt graduated as part of th e First Annu a l FBI Junior Spec i a l Agent Pro g ram This yea r middl e schoo l students fro m th e seco nd class g r a du a t e d from th e program o n Thurs d ay, Ma r c h 25 th Th e ce r e m o n y was h e ld a t th e FBI Tampa Office, 5525 W Gray St r ee t at 6 p .m. This yea r 18 st ud e nts parti c ip ated in th e aca d e m y R epresenting G reco Middle School a r e : Aya Constant, Aye Kye, Tania Hurtado, Amari Flowers, Sauge David, Antonio Staton, Quinton Barrett, and Frederick Walker. Dr. Tim Binder i s the principal at Greco Middle School and Ms. Karen Willis-Barrett i s the FBI Sponsor. Representing Van Buren Middle School were: Eddie McCall, Paul Bowen, Isaac Childs, Elvin Ruiz, Dunkin Medina, Timothy Noble, Micheal Mathis, Reginald Harper, Shakira Gray, (the only female from Van Buren Middle School), and Felix St. John. Dr. Joann Redden is the principal at Van Buren Middle School and Ross Anderson is the FBI Sponsor and Teacher. During the six-week FBI Special Junior Agent S teven E Ivi son, Special Agent in Charge of the Fill, Bureau of Investigation), is shown swearing-in Timothy Noble during the graduation ceremony. Members of Van Buren Middle School who graduated fTom the FBI Special Junior Academy nrc: Eddie McCall, Paul Bowen, Isaac Childs, Elvin Ruiz, Teacher und FBI Sponsor, Ross Anderson; Dunkin Medina, Micheul Mathis, and Reginald Harper. Timotny Noble is standing in back. Not shown are: Shakira Gray, the only female from Van Buren Middle School, and Felix John. Eight students represented Greco Middle School this year. Shown in this photograph are: Aya Constant, Aye Kye, Tania Hurtado, Ms. Karen Willis-Barrett, FBI Sponsor, Amari Flowers, Sauge David, Antonio Staton, Quinton Barrett, and Frederick Walker. Program, the students learned about counter intel ligence, espionage, Cyber crimes, FBI careers, violent crimes, and the evidence r es pons e t eam. Th e s tud ents m et once eac h w eek. cfjjraFld c@perling Th e FBI pres e nt atio n s a l so stressed obtaining a good education, livi n g healthy a nd drug free, an d abstain ing from invol ve m ent with gang s, vio l ent and cr imin a l b e havior Th e s tud ents w e r e presented a certificate that will enable them to get in to any FBI field offic e in the nation. Specializing In Healthy Hair Cuts Relaxers Quickvvea Sevv-lns and Much Mo -----..--r-----Relaxer $60: saw,.,_, Sew-IJ1 00 : 0 _____ :::....._!. ____ For Weekly Specials Or To Schedule Appointments Tue. -Sat Shear Re.,lect1ons 1oam-?pm 101 E. Broad St. (813) 237-2919 Aaron Barrett, of Greco Middle School, and Wildens Cajuste, of Van Buren Middle School, graduated last year. Both returned andmade special presentations. This year, they shared their experiences over the past year with the class. Steven E. 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Church Director FRIENDSHIP II.B. CHURCH 107 E. L..ake Ave. 24&4127 EUDI TIDIIS J. REED Esrty Morning Worctip-BAM tlvMay tictx>OI -9 :30 1\ M Morn i ng Woo; h i p -I O :!JO A M I !d)le We E Emma St Su nday S<.;houl -9 :45 a .rn. Morni n y Worshi p -11 a m Evt:rt.iny WlJfship -5 p .rn. P r ayer' Mccling I uesday 7 .3{) p m Aic W elcom e 1 St MISSIOttat)' l\JI}nst 722 S Port Rt:-oc.'' 33615 IB1 :;: 833-52 Sutld!qo SdlOOI -9".30 A.M. &lnday l.toming War--..hip -'"' Night Pntyer Senice & Bibr Stldy -6:.30 P.M. FIRST BAPTIST CKURCH Of PROGRESS VJUAGE Rnlfl IJO'!Y'p<, H G rrc.tl C. rr. FJi77-!'141:1 c lttlelc: (I> 1-:l.) A c M 'crrYY O ftloo: ( 8 131 6 77-5!J63 ax: 1 8 3 672-051 t:-Mi.IJI: oo DR. SR., St;Rior T &l. e b c w AduM:hlk:Sren WOI'etriP Tim$$ 1-:M A M & IO'!i.!> A U 4llil!fii11QID Youllu'Chilct!!!f l T ueed!Jt -11 1\.U. -AdtA r .. M YiiUitl t r:tukRn I':!JIJ P.M lEW MI. ZICIIM. B. CIIJRCH, INC. 25 1 E Columbus X 24&8 101 247 -IH ..ua J. rm .... Pa;ta Ealt)' Jromilg Wmtlp-7'55 A.M. Mt.rrir9 wmtip-9:30 Wr:tstip -1055 A M FamtfMgrt-7P. M For T ransportalioo Call (813}486-7800 HERITA&E CHRISTIAI CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz Fl 33549 P O Box 273757 Tampa FL 33688 IR. DELIIHS JAIES Pas t or Sunday llomtng Worslllp Services 7:t5 A.M. l 11 A.M. &Jrmy Schooi-10A.I. MIII-Weel Wtnlllp Tuesdiy -7:81 P t RiEV BURROWS SUNDAY SERVICE [;ut y 7;50 < : l)ol l u "'""I ll 1 qrre::rtlon :l and m ore SUNDAY P. M. yc...ar n n d !lt: l'lrci\ GOO'!! \'Vard ST. MATTHEW M. B. CHURCH atnH E. Lake AVP.. Tampa, FL www !';lrn.,Hhr.wr:hllrr.:h org t:ma11: Drc:-;;tt; o r 0;1y Wut!;lrip, 7.45 A M 9:3D a.m. liiQITlir'!l Worship 1 1 a m Praye r 7 p u 1 Study ot Wed. I::.JXJ-8:30 p...m. 1-'ralse & W ollltllp Wed A:.o fJ p m & Youth Bibte-Sludy Wedl1a5dRY w I -8:30 p .m.. f.l;JIHrday Pr.l)'l:lr Sr.riJir:t : Ro 1 0 r 1 rn YOlitr 6ble I.e '12 -4 p m Teen Night t-r1clav belore lh8 2nd Sunds.y 1 -p m REI .. W. D. S.S. t'a&to r College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street 813-239-3161 SUNDAY Sunday School 9.30 A.M. Mornjng Worship 11::0 0 A.M. YPWW -6.00 P M Evening Worshijp 7-00PM l> _-< l> ""0 :::0 r 0') 1\) 0 0 r 0 :::0 0 )> CJ) m z m r I m c r r z ""0 c m r CJ) :r: m 0 m < m :::0 -< -4 c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 'T1 ::D 0

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New Harmony M. B. hurch NEW LOCATION : 28 7 h S Tampa 33605 Phone ForAR1de ( 8 3 ) 53 -4799 DR. A. MUNFORD Th D . PastorfT eacher ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E 25th Avennue, T ampa, FL & 25th Ave. Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Sunday: Bishop Eddie lewkit, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8 :00 A M Spiritual 9:45A. M Sunday School I Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study c a: Wednesday: 5 :30P.M. Free Tutorial 6 :45 P M. & Youth Mid Week Service z c:( c en w :::J ..... > a: w > w c w Gi :::; m :::J a. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::J m ..:. w z i= z w en c:( c a: 0 ...1 LL m I CD w Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK Register Now For Star Ship Dinner Under Alecia Thomas SundaH School :1!:-:n d u i t. Yllllr !Uf! OSt' is not ju:-:t to tt'.lrh ntlwrs ll' li t' a lift that 't d is \\'('11 please i wit h t ut your purp se i: to 1lso lo it. \\'hen nre clear about Fulfill Your Purpose W e all have a purpos e for our e: dstence here on ea rth. It i s vitally import a nt for you t o know y our purpo e b ecause if you don t p eople will ass ign one to you The one they ass ign to you may not be th e one God calle d y ou to. Not being sure of your purpos e will cause y ou to try to fit into the imag e others have for you In the l esso n this week se lected from Matthew s: 17-20; 22:34-40, Jesus speaks a bout His purpose. The text also shows people questioning Him trying to see if He would say any thing contrary to His pur po se "Do not think that I h ave come to destroy the Law or th e Proph ets; I did not come to d estr o y them but to fulfill them (vs. 17). Jesus establishes His purpo se to them as He preaches this sermon. As He worked the UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St. Tampa,FL 33605 (81 248-5955 ELDER H. H. HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 24 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 Tampa FL 33687 (813) 784-1021 FeedOurChildren.org PASTOR MOSES BROWN lis h ed. H e was not trying to start a new mov e m e nt. Jesus came to fulfill what h a d a lr ea d y b ee n spoken in ea rlier da ys. H e was her on ea rth to show hum anity how to live a lif e of holiness a nd righteousn ess. H e ca m e to do what the Law co uld not do for those in covenant with God Jesus speaks with convic tion about the Law becau se so man y are misr e present in g it and teaching others not to obey it. In His time ther e are man y who teach the Law but h ave a problem fulfilling them. To the one who breaks the l aw and teaches others to do the same will be considered the least in the kingdom of hea ven, but whoever prac tic es a nd teach es these com mands will b e called great in the kingdom of heaven (vs. 19). Jesus wa s referring to those who lived and felt that they could teach one thing and do another. The great est person is the one who does two things; 1) do es what the law says and 2) teaches others to do like. wise. The world needs more people who will not just teach the way of God but to BAPTIST CIIICI 1mi ........ (8UJ 229-1190 SUndar e ne m y will try to se t you up for the purpo s of di c r dit ing your ministry. He answered their qu es tions by inf o rmin g th e m that the g r eatest comma nd ment i s to l ove God with all th ir h art, ou l a nd mind (vs. 37). Th g r ate t thin g for each b elieve r to do i s l ove God. Loving God must be with your e ntire being As a bonus H e gave th m the second greatest com mand. Love your n e i ghbor as yourself (vs. 39). Loving your n e i g hbor as yourse lf i s based on the premise that y ou would do wh atever i s n ecessary to care for your self. Just as you want what is best for you, you are ex pected to want the best for your n e ighbor. You must know your pur pose. God has granted you this time on earth for a spe cific purpose and you must work to fulfill it. Know what is important and do not allow people to deter you. leralng WenhiP .. ------11 a.m. Prayer lll'llce, TuesdaV.-----IIIua llble lllldV. TUisiiQ __ llbll StUdy, TUIIdiV-----1 .... I ..._... ........ na n:u THE H GHOST CHlJ PURCHASED WITH HfS B 3613 N 23rd St.** TamP-a, FL 33605 (813) 247 3055 Church (813) 613-4600 Cellular Email : bishopandr ews@ live.com SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A M Moming Service 11:30 A .M. Evening Service7:30 P M B ib l e Study -Tuesda y Evening Bible Band 7:30 P M. Thursday Evening YPWW 7 :30 P.M. 1st And 3 r d Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry 7:30 P. M.

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April Birthdays Happy birthday to : Karen Jones, Harry Roberts, Ill, Nathalie Armstrong, Betty Jean Hanunond, Kenneth Allen Brandon, Timothy Rogers, Catherine Man-salvage, Louise Bass and Erica Marks. On Saturday, April 10th, Master Benjamin Laroli Wilson ce lebrat ed hi s 1st birthda y with family and friends His question was, "Can you tell me how to get t o Se s ame Str ee t? H e found out but he needed some help. The y all had fun helping him find the number 1 and the let t e r B." Ms. Emma Henry cele brated a birthday this week. What a blessing to ce l ebrate another birthday, April 24th, for Carlton Oats of Tampa, cur rently residing in Meza AZ. May the Lord contin ue to bless you with many more birthdays. This wish comes from family and friends. AaJijkah Ciara Graham and Nigel T. Graham cele brated another birthday. They are wished happy birthday b y their grandmother, "Ethel," who loves them very much and wishe s that they have many, many more wonderfu l birth days Also celebrati n g th e ir natal day thi s month are: Carl E Anderson, Alfred Carter, William Jette, Marie Carter-Cherry, George Latimore, Bonnie Richmond, Jimmy Hall, Jr., Rodney Speights, Harold Williams, Taylor Brown, Beryl Wilson, Joyce Hughes, Sheila McCants, Wayne McClellan, Derek Holmes, Jr., Charlie Benson, Valencia E. Scott and Sheila Walthour-Walker. Anniversary Congratulations to Curtis and Sally Reed of Progress Village who recently celebrated their anniversary. Uplifting Prayers For The Sick And Shut-Ins I have not seen God but I know there is a God because He is always by your side. Let us keep the sick and shut ins in our daily prayers: Hazel Mitchell, Felecia Broadnax, Willie Copeland, Idell :\lills. Bobby Ruth Simmons. John Powell. Tonya Simmons. Robert Dorsey. Henry Sanders, Annie Davis. Charlotte Duke Marjorie Guest, Earl Jackson Archia .Mae \<\fright, Chester (Gay Papa) Miles, Rev. Abraham Brown, Ollie Hunter, Eleanor (Ellie) Gilder and Mr. and Mrs. Perry King. Also in need of upliftin g prayers are: Mrs. Mary Allen, Mrs. Willie Mae Wright, Mrs. Barbara Hicks, Mrs. Evelyn Mobley, Mrs. Helen G. Stacy, Marie B. Benson, Donald White and Leila Felder-Moss. Condolences Condo l ences are ex1ended to the Wilcher, Washington, Gaines, Green and Hewitt families in the passing of their lov ed one Mr. Charlie Clarence Wilcher, who was funeralized Saturday, April 10, 2010. Minister Richard Woodberry, officiated. Family and friends se nd sym pathy to the entire family of Mr. Otto Nathaniel Daniel Johnson, who was funerlized on Saturday, April10, 2010. March Of Dimes It s time to support the March of Dimes. By giving to the cause, you are helping to give a healthy start for babies. For more info visit www.marchforbabies.org or "'"' .ma[l, hforbabits.ou; tom! andonq")Q09. Of Power Bible--Prayer This is a group of GoJ"s chil d r e n gathered t oge th er o n one accord t o l earn the rd of o ur Father. l ee tin gs are h eld e v ery Thursday m o rnin g a t 1 0:30 a. m. Eve ryone i s invi t ed t o attend! First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Every third aturday of th month b etwee n 8 a. m a nd 1 2 no o n th e church giv .'\ way do nated doth, ing, hou:; e hold it e m s a t 8616 Progr ess Blvd. (between 7 St. and Faulkenburg Rd.). Gregg Tem))le A. M. E. Church Gregg Temple A M. E Church, 4603 42nd Street Tampa, 33619, Rev. Timothy Morrow, Pastor acknowl edges the success of Men 's Day The event was held on Sunday, April 11, 2010, at 11 a. m. The Word Would You R ejec t God's M e thod For Your Life?" was brought by Dr. Dean Johnson. It was a stirring, e xplosive, dynamic and empowering m es sage heavily supported by fam ily and friends from Tampa, St. Pete, Brooksville, Clearwater and South Carolina At 4 p. m., Rev. Walter Lassiter of St. Luke A. M E. Church, also gave a powerful message, "Stay In The Race. rhurrht S 1\"l'rt' ?\lt. J< anne! : \M E hnt'l'h a nd St. )> Lnkt AM E hurch "'0 :D Progress\ illnge solh Family Reunion m The reuni n will be h ld .June 1\l Progress Villag Middl Magn t chool Progr illag Middl M ag -n e t School, 8113 Z inni a Dri will b ho ting th ir soth a n niv ersary on April 24, 2010. Th r ec ptio n will b h ld from 1:30 3 p m., Tour will b h e ld from 2-3 p m a nd th Pro gram will b held from 3 4 p.m. Thought For Today Stand up for your principl es even if you stand alon e." F.Y.I. 0 .... 0 L e t us ke e p President Barack Obama and hi s f a mil y in our daily pray rs as h tries b to bring change for eve ryone. l:J Rememb r our e rvi c m e n C and women who put th e ir lives )It on the lin e daily. There 's a new h e lper in th e Z kitchen, Shu -Lon' s Kitch e n, for -:::! merly Family Deli, (813) 741-9760. r;-CalJ your n ews in to lradean OJ London-Biggli at (813) 677 -? 6071. Be blessed! Yes we can! r-z "'0 c: Head Start/ Early Head Start OJ r-(i) :::t m c Now Accepting Applications Hillsborough Collilty Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a proud recipient of Federal Stimulus Funds for program expansion to serve 400 additional infants, toddlers, children and expectant mothers. You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Receive public assistance (SSI, TANF or Subsidized Child care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with an impairment affecting the child's ability to learn Additionally, eligibility for Head Start program: Have a child who was 3 years old 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. I fiend Start is pleased to partner in this expansion nith: MTROPOLITAH MINISTRIES ltOPf UYES IIEIIl SCHOOLS Build a family, build a community: Success starts with Head Start FREE Child Care Applications can be downloaded at www.hillsborouqhcounty.org/ headstart/ For more information on enrolling, call 813-272-5140 (TTY 813-301-7173) ''Transportation Not Provided" Hillsborough County Head Stait/Ea rty Head Start is a federally funded program, operated by the Hillsborough County Board of County tommjssioners Department of Children s Services. Funds for a two-year expans i on effort (2009/2010-2010/2011) 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 Serv ices Florida, Metropolitan Ministries and Tampa Metropolitan YMCA to provide these expanded serv ic es. 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0 T'"" 0 <.0 T'"" ..J cr. a.. ct Get Checked For Black Health Awareness Month WfMP will provide FREE C health screenings throughout fE Apri l for B lack H ealth Awareness Month. Through this com munity ou t reach, the Black Nurses Association will offer testing for diabe t es, tes t s for h yperte n sio n c h oles t e r o l a n d muc h m o r e Sat. April 17th Friends Pharmacy, 1813 E. Fov w c w ::I: en :::i m ::::) a.. z t= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z t= z w en I a: 0 ..J LL m I c:o w The Blac k Nur ses Assoc iatio n will se t up free sc r ee ning s and provid e i nformatio n along with giveaway s from 10 a.m. to 1 p m a t th e f ollowin g loca tion s in Tampa: T h e Black Nur se Associa tion collabo r a tes with privat e p u b lic age n c ies and o rgan izatio n s th a t s h a r e c om m on c o n cern s for i mproving th e h e alth s t a tu s a nd th e qu al i ty o flife o f all p e ople For information on this event, Angela Brew t o n at ca13) 259-9867, X 301. Accepting Ne w Patients, lnduding Children ANGELLA TOMUNSON, ODS, PA GAIL C MCDONALD, ODS, MPH Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures Extraction Implant Restorations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Seni or Citizen Discounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare .com Take Care Of Your Feet ... They Have To Las t A Lifetim e Sheehy Ankle & Foot Center Medicin e An d Foot Pain Ankle Pain Heel Pain Wound Care Bunions tion: 0 I Tampa. FL N ail Deformities Corn & Calluses Sports Medicine NEW Mcdi-Pcdicurc A vailable PAULL. SHIL"EHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A. Board ertifiedAcadem y Of Ambulat01y Foot & Ankle S urgei Y 2123 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd Suite 102 Tampa, Florida 33607 1703 Palmetto Ave. Plant City, FL 33563 We Accept Most Insurance Plans CALL TODAY For Your Appointment 10-8700 Blacks Hit HardestBv lung Cancer A new report from th e American Lung Association paints a grim pi cture of how de a dl y this di se as e is among minority group s. "De spite low e r s moking Afric a n-Am e ricans are more likely to develop and di e from lun g c ance r tha n whit es Afri c an-Am e ri ca ns are more lik e l y to b e diagno se d l a t e r wh e n th e ca nc e r i s more a d van ce d. Also Afri ca n -Ameri c a n s are m o r e lik e l y to wa it long e r a ft e r the di a gno s i s to r ece i ve treatment or p e rh a p s to refus e treatment and to die in the hospital aft e r surg e ry Or. William J. Hicks, of Th e Ohio State Univ e rsity Com prehensiv e Cancer Center said Blacks are less likel y to have a gene variant that is target e d by a widely used cancer drug Phvsicals Exams Are Important The importance of annual physical exams for African American adults cannot be stressed enough. For men, in addition to checking weight, blood pressure and other basics, your doctor 's visit may specifically include: At 40, a rectal exam to check for abnormalities in the prostate and a prostate spe cific antigen (PSA) blood test to screen for prostate cancer. Ages 65 75, if you have ever smoked cigarettes, an ab dominal exam to check for an enlargement in your aorta. Women should be checked for the same basics as men, and may also receive the following specific exa.Ill& during a doc tor's visit: A Pap smear, every one to three years A clinical breast to check for any unusual lfunps in your breasts Age 40 (or younger if you have a family history of breast cancer) a breast cancer screening with a mammogram every one to two years Age 65 a bone density test for osteoporosis. Alrican Americans And Cervical Cancer your d t r if abn die from it T tin g i s v ry i m p o rtant t o h l p red u c thi d i -pari ty. Alma t all c e rvical ca n r are ca u e d b y h.vo typ of huma n p a pill o m avi ru ( HPV) a co mmon viru s th a t is spre ad throug h sex Oth e r typ es of HPV can c au s e g e nit a l w arts. Many typ es of HPV do not ca us e probl e ms at all. HPV can't b e cur e d but y ou can talk about treatment options with SCHOOL PHYSICALS STEPHEN A. WILLIAMS, M.D. P.A. Board Cert ified Pediatric ian 714 W. MLK Jr. Blvd. Tel: 813-223-6 222 Tampa, FL 33603 Fax:813-223 6020 www kiddlemd .com ( onlidl'llCl' Blgins \\"ith \ l kautiful Smill-! "'I" " "II'" ""'' lod .l\ \\otlo "'' ":!hho l
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JJ Take A Deep Breath Allergic reactions to mold, fungi, pet dander, grass, tree pollen, certain f oods and chemicals can bring on asthma attacks. H ere are a f ew nutrient / natural substances that might help: Vitamin C -May r e duce bronchial r eac tivit y and inflamma tion Vitamin 86May decrease frequency and severity of wheez ing o r asthma attacks. Magnesium Acts as a bronchodilator in asthma. Gingo Biboba Ma y r e duce bronchial reactivity and improve asthma symptoms. Ty l ophora Indi ca May h e lp reduce asthe m atic symptoms. N-Acety l cystei n e May improve co u ghing and co n gestio n in as thma. Women's Top 10 Health Threats Pr eve ntion i s th e key to living a h eal thi e r happi e r lif e Numer ou s threa t s to women 's h e alth can b e avoided b y making a few s imple lif esty l e a dju s tments. Consid e r this top 10 lis t of women s health concern s, compiled from statistics provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Preve ntion (CDC) and other organ izations Then take steps to promote optimal health and reduce your risks today. No 1 -Heart Disease No 2 -Cancer No.3Stroke No.4COPD No 5 Alzheimer 's Disease No 6 Injuries No. 7-Type 2 Diabetes No.8Flu No. 9 -Kidney Disease No. 10-Blood poisoning Spring Clean YourBodv Colon clean ing, al o cal led colonic irrigation or co l onic hydrotherapy, is sometimes referred to as a high colonic." Col on cleansing is n o thing new. Ancient civilizati ons are rum o r ed t o h ave used it, a nd 19thcentury European s pa s m ade it a popular h eal th r e m e d y thousands of ye ars l ate r If y ou experie n ce digestive health problem s lik e constipa tion diarrhea, gas or heartburn, y ou might b e considering colon cleansing. But be sure to get th e facts b e for e y ou sig n up for the proc edure so yo u can d ec id e whether the b e n e fit s really outweigh the risks of a colo n cleanse Factor the Risks Vomiting and nausea Electrolyte (salt) imbalances Fluid in the lungs Heart problems, abnormal heart rhythms and death Coma Another big concern is that many colon cleansing prac tices aren't regulated or moni tored, and not all practitioners are knowledgeable or well trained, which may increase risks. 1 Things You're Doing To Cause A Stroke 0 )> "'0 JJ r-troke is the numbe r three killer in thr nite-d t 1tes. aff t -en ing almos t oo.ooo people year. at' or-din t o th e ntionfl l tro k e Assoc i ation. The below se v en ca u are a t th e ry t p: Eating A High -Fa t Diet. The same f d sso iat with heart attacks, including red m a t and anytl1ing fried r aise vour risk of a brain a tt a k 6. B eing ingl If u 're a m a n who'd l ik of a fata l troke, ge t hit h d But th r a h as to be a h ap p y ne. 5 B eing Unhappy. H a ppin ss i mu s i to ur ca rdi s u -l a r y tern Eve n if yo u'r e not h a ppy, it mi ght p a t a t lik 1011 a re. 4 B e ing Obese. Mbt w ight m a n a hi g h r ri k f trok according to researChers from th e Univ e r i ty ofMinn o ta. Th bigg est culprits acd)rfflng to th e d a t a are hi g h blood pr sur a nd diab e t es. 3 Smokt11g. Lig htin g up n a rl y doubl your ri k of tr k according to th e American H ea rt Assoc i atio n (AHA) Being Bom In T h e Wrong D e m ographic (for a s n ok ). Bla c k Americans and females a r e a t a di sa d va nta g wh n it comes to stroke R esearchers r eport th a t Blac ks a r e twic a likely as whites to have a stroke, and women aged 35 to 64 a r almost three times as likely to have a stroke as m e n of the sam age. R easo ns may be that Blacks have higher rates of high blood 0 pressure and diabetes, and women in midlif e carry more ab-:::0 domina! fat than men all risk factors for stroke. 1. Being A Born-and-Bre d South e rn e r Th wath of str prone states across the South eas tern Unit d Stat e -g n r a lly m including North and South Carolina, Georgia T nn ssee, Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama hav e long b ee n known as z the "Stroke Belt." Among Blacks, being born in the Stroke B e lt incr eas d th e m risk of stroke by 22 p e rc ent. Part of th e r e ason ma y b e du e to C: rrisk factors like poor diet, smoking and ob es ity which ma y s ta1t r-earlier in southern states. z ""0 c: m !: 00 ::t m 0 m < m ::0 -< -t c: m 00 c )> z 0 ., :::0 0 Offering high-risk and normal obstetric services, more 1han 5,500 babies are bom at Tampa General Hospital's Women's Center each year. Moms appreciate the spa-like decor of our labor delivery suites and newly renovated and e-xpanded post-partum unit. New parents are comforted knowing 1hat care for critically ill newborns is available in our Level Ill Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. As babies grow up, our Olildren's Medical Center can meet their healthcare needs until adulthood For the technology you expect and the comforting amenities you want trust Ta"l'
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N----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<0 ,... ..J a: a. but no w thanks to a wom a n from Gary, India n a th ey a r e a: makin g history off the field LL. as we ll. c z <( Katie Washington, a m ajor of biology and minor in Catholic s ocial t eaching will make hi tory next month as the fir t Black valedictori a n from the U niv e r ity of otr e Dame. I am humbled," said Washi gton to the Northwest Indiana Times I am in a m.ode of gratitu d e a nd right now. Washington d efinitely sets the precedent, h o ldin g a 4.0 GPA. Although university offi c i als said th ey couldn' t r eca ll eve r having a Black va l e dictorian, they a l so stat e d .that they don' t keep record of th e i r rac e With all of th e first s" go ing on right now, there is no rea son for anyone not to feel th ey can rise above a n y circumstance. C/) w ::::::1 ._. > a: w > w c w :I: 2 Teens Arrested In Murder Of Couple After Their Engagement Panv CJ) :::; m ::::::1 a. z t= w ..J ...J ::::::1 m I ...J w z t= z w CJ) ( a: 0 ..J LL. Michael Muchioki, 27, was killed along with his fiancee, Nia Haqq, 25. On Saturday (April 3), police in Jersey City, NJ responded to a call from neighbors when a man and woman were found dead in the street after being shot in the head. The couple, who were later identified as Nia Haqq and Michael Muchioki, were reportedly returning from their engagement party, when they were shot in the head during what police have determined to be an attempted carjacking .We found them. Right m now we have four arrests." C:, Samuel Jefferson, Director of the New Jersey e, Police Department said. &f "We hav e the weapon and Latonia Bellamy, left, and Darmelia Lawrence, both 19, are charged with murdering Nia Haqq and Michael Muchioki. we have the evidence. And we possibly have someone admitting to the crime, that they were there. Right now, we have one man and two females. According to Jefferson, the couple was robbed and murdered, with each of them being shot twice in the head. This was a random act of crime and opportunity." Jefferson continued, The suspects took Haqq's engagement ring and Muchioki's wallet. They also took their cell phones and gift car.ds from the engagement party. College sweethearts Michael Muchioki, 2 7, and Nia Haqq, 25, had planned to marry next April those close to them said. The couple had met through Greek life at their colleges, Muchioki was a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, and Haqq of Alpha Kappa Alpha 2 Officers Arrested For Kidnapping And Raping Woman At Gunpoint OFFICE RS ANTHONY ORBAN And JEFF JEUNEK CALIFO R IA -Two Ontario, California officers a r e b ehind bars aft e r a woman say she was taken against h e r will at gunpoint and viol e ntl y rap ed. Officer Anthony Nicholas Orban is acc u sed of approaching a 24-yea r -o ld wo m a n Saturday in a l ocal mall p a rkin g l ot. T h e woman says th e offic e r followed h e r to h e r car, showed h e r hi s weapon a nd made h er drive to a r e mot e area w h ere h e rap e d h er. Orban i s b elieved to hav e the n ca ll e d Correction Officer Jeff Thomas Jelinek, w h o acted as hi s get away driver. Polic e wer e tipp ed off to th e c rim e when th e woman calle d 911 and they found th e h a nd g un Orban acc id entally l e ft behind in h er car Orban was booke d for investigation of kidnapping, false imprisonm e nt, rap e a nd ca rjackin g w hil e Jelinek was booked for investigation of ca rja c kin g and as a n accessmy t o th e c rime. Bail f o r eac h was set at $1 milli o n NAACP Ends Mongage Lawsuit With Wells Fargo The ongoing battl e b etween the NAACP and Well s Fargo is officiall y o ve r As previousl y reported Wells Fargo' s mortgage lending practices were being ques tioned not only by the NAACP but by the state of Illinois A federal lawsuit was filed against the bank accusing it of disproportionately selling African-American and Hispanic borrowers high-cost subprime mortgages, while white borrower s with similar incomes recei ved. mortgages with more fav orable terms. Subprime mortgages are often issued to people with less than favorable credit illstory. The ongoing law s uit caused several Black figures to tellllinate ties with the company, most rec ently Tavis Smiley who pulled out of his seminar deal with the business in September That the two entities reached an agreement and Wells Fargo has agreed to let the NAACP review its lending practices. ing Former NOP OHicer Admits Cover-Up In Post-Katrina Killings Hurri can Katrina Form r offi r Micha l Lohman admitt d that h and ix other offi r laun h d a grand h m t cover up the killing f unarm d civili a n on tb city Danzige r Bridge ix day after th hurri can Now x -offi ce r Michael Hunter i s corroborati n g that s tm y. Hunter t e tified in court W ednesday that one of th officers opened fir on th unarme d civilians with an assaul t rifl e, whit oth r fired their weapon at th peopl e who took cover b e hind a barri e r on the bridg e Th e s ho o tin g l e ft four p e opl 84-Year-Oid Chicago Man Shot Over $1 C hi cago poli ce hav e a m a n in c u s tod y th y say admitt d to s hootin g a n 84-yearold man in th e thig h aft e r h '' di s r s p ct e d him" and did not give him $1. Melvin Hammond, 21, told polic e that h approach d th e ld e rl y man at a lo ca l M c Donald 's and a s ked him i f h e had $1. When the man did not r espond Hammond shot him, s hattering hi s f emur. Polic e say the man is hard of hearing and did not h ear tb ques tion llillo;!Xli?JS!l Coun ry florida Public Notice Request for Qualifications for Ownership/Management of Community Residential Home Hillsborough County Affordable Housing Department (ARD) is pleased to issue a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for an experienced housing and human service provider to own and manage a six-bedroom duplex that will serve as affordable housing for the special needs population as a community residential home (group home). The home is located at 2219 East 133rd Ave ., Tampa 33612, and was purchased with iederal funds through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. A copy of the RFQ is available at the Affordable Housing Department office located at 1208 Tech Boulevard, Suite 300, Tampa FL 33619 or at www.hill.sboroughcounty orglaffordablehousingoffi.ce/nsp/, under the What's New" section. The deadline to submit an application is April 22. 2010, b y 4 p m Submittal information is contained within the application. For more infonnation, contact Lanette Glass, Neighborhood Stabilization Program Manager at (813) 274-6672. Para informacion en espaffol, llamara/274-6645. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY

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Polk County ew Women's Day Observance 2010 On Sunday, A pril 11th, th e wom e n o f Lak eland's N e w B ethe l A.M E Church, Reverend Pearce Ewing Sr., Pa stor, celebrate d in their annua l W omen's D ay Ob se rvan c e 2 010. The chos e n the m e wa s "Empowering W o m e n to Live, Love and Lift the Word of God." Laquitta Davis served as Presiding Officer. Dr. Bernice Evans rendered the introduction of the speaker, Reverend Kanice D. Johns, Pastor of Mt. Zion A.M E. Church m Norristown, PA. Other program participants were: Valdreana Murphy, Denise Laster, La Wanda Bolton, Quanjeana Simmons, Courtlyn Montford, Kylia Carswell, Monika Light, Marie Horton, Mary Johnson, Linda Davis, Clara Pittman, Betty Major, Gwendolyn Taylor, Sylvia Blackmoo-Roberts and Reverend Pearce Ewing, Sr. You're Invited! A mus ic a l extravaganz a benefit program will b e h e ld on behalf of Ms. Sylvia 'Mona' Watkins-Brown on Sunday, April 18, 2010 beginning at 6:00 p.m The host-site for this occasion will be Faith Temple Church Of Our Lord, 2128 South Crystal Lake Drive in Lakeland, Reverend W. J. Brown, pastor. This event is being sponsored by The Class of 1982. For further information contact .Curtis Logan at (863) 701-5944 Celebrate Secretary's Day! Send flowers, a card, take her/him out to lunch ... whatever you do ... remember your Secretary on Secretary s Day Wednesday, April 21, 2010. St>crtt ary s a k a Admini strati, e a l s D a y i s a n on-officia l holi day th a t r ecognizes th e w ork done by s e c r e t a ri es and admini stra tiv e ass i s t a nt s It was fir s t celebrat ed in 1952. Secretary 's Day i s a part of National Administrative Professionals Week. ShawNuf Talk recognizes the hard work and dedication of some of those who serve in this capacity, by saying Happy Secretary s Week! to : Myrtice Landers, Finance Secretary/Tampa WestCoast District Church of God by Faith; Nancy Warnke, Executive Assistant/ Lakeland Housing Authority; Christel Graham, Administrative Assistant/Lakeland Branch NAACP; Barbara Davis, Judicial Assistant/The Honorable Polk County Judge Timothy Coon and Wendy Glover, Admini-strative Assistant/Girls Inc. of Lakeland, and many others who fill these very important seats! Nominations Being Accepted Since 1990, Girls Incorporated of Lakeland, Kay Fields, Executive Director, h as re cog n ize d w o m e n a nd t nrourag e d y oung th ro u g h o ut th e community with the b e li e f that It d oes n't m a tt e r wh e r e s he's bee n j u s t as l o n g as she knows where s h e 's going. For nomination and further information ple a se call (863) 682-3002 or send your inquiry to: kayfjeldst@yaboo.com Birthday 'ngs Speci a l wis h es for a Happ y Birthday to Regina Phillips, of St fib' t ersburg (April 17th); Yvette Jordan of Tampa and Michelle Yawn, formerly of Auburndale (April 20th); Mother Margaret Johnson and Mr. Willie Gibbs, of Lakeland {April 21St). Belated Happy Birthday wishes to former Lakeland Lady Susie Johnson a.k a Auntie Sue who cel e brated another year of life on April 12th and to Fort Meade Lady Peggy Payne who celebrated her natal day on April 15th May God continue to bless each of you with many more days of your life! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week' s Shaw-Nuf r Sltout-Out t o nil o f t hl' Polk ...... C o un t y w h o will m partiripalt' in th t na ti o n al a n n u a l obst'r\'n n c e of Ta k e -' 0 O u r Dau g ht ers a n d S n s t o \ or k D ay o n T hu n;d 1 April 22. 2 010. The purp ose o f th e day i s t o expose g irl s and boys t o the opportuniti s they h a v e t o hoos from whe n co n ide ring th ir futur caree r s a nd th e family work balance. This year's theme is 1 Youth 1 Dl'eam, 2Morrow's L eadel'. Visit sandsonstowork.or& for fur ther information and id e a s Share your da y with th e r e ad ers of the Flol'ida Sentine l Bulle tin by se nding your sto ries and/or photos to shawnuftalk@-yaboo.com. Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Ntif Talk want s to hear from you. Share your exciting n ews and/or photos of your celebrations, special 5 events, birthdays, anniver-J:J saries, weddings, family reunions, church or community events, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and ShawNuf Talk by sending an email to: shawnuftalk@yaboo.com or calling (863) 513-8437

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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS H illsborough C ounty will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened MAY 11, 2010 5 : 00 P M RPS S -01n-02010 / LP PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND INSPECTION (CEI) SERVICES Information on the s e and o ther Requests for B ids, along w ith B i d / Proposa l resul t s may be accessed at www.hills b oroughc ounty.or g/procure mentserv ices. M i nority and women owned firms will be afforded a full o pportunity to participate i n these matters and will not be subject to d i scr i m inatio n on the basis of race, sex, color or national or igin. Quest ions regarding the above projects may be direct e d to Hill sborough County Board of Commissioners D epartment of P rocurement Services 601 E Kennedy B lvd., 18th Fl., C ounty Center Tampa Florida 33602 (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours 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 i n this proceed i ng should contact the individual or agency send i ng notice not later than seven days prior to the proceeding at the address given on notice Telephone: (850) 257-6097 ; 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (v) via Florida Relay Service PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Ed ition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS. AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/ OR PROPOSALS H i llsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the follow ing. until the stated date and time when they will be publicly o p ened APRIL 29 2010 2 : 00 P.M. ITB-P-0065-0-201 0/RM MAINTENANCE INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION OF AERIAL MAN-LIFTS I nformation on these and other R eque sts fo Bid s along w ith Bid/ Proposal result s may b e accesse d a t www hillsboroughcounty .org / procurementservic e s Th is is a Hillsborough County Governm ental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters a n d will not be subject to discriminati o n on the basis of race, sex, color or national or igin. Questions regarding the abov e projects may be directed to Hillsbor ough County Board of Commi ssioners D epartment of Proc urement Services, 601 E K ennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITS) DOCUMENT NO. B-008-10 TAMPA BAY LONGSHORE BAR PROJECT-NO. 10-10507 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors to construct four (4), 200-foot longshore bars in Tampa Bay waters south of MacDill AFB and to install six (6) pressure-treated timber pile perman ent warning signs A non-mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held Thursday April 22, 2010 at 9 :00 a. m in the first floor TPA Board Room, 11 01 Channels ide Drive Tampa, FL 33602. Prospective bidders are encouraged to attend Sealed bids are due by Wednesday May 26, 2010 at 1 :00 p.m. at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read a l oud The ITB is available through a link on the TPA' s website (www .t ampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www demandstar com) Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101, Channelside Drive 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602. Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form .BI-1 may be deemed nonresponsive to the ITB TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest ex1ent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey, TPAProcurement Dept. 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Geo r ge E Edgecomb Court11ou s BOO Eas t Twiggs S troot Tompn. FL 33802 on tho 6th d a y o l Moy 2010 o t 10 :00 A M ( N OTIC : P lea so call (613) 276-6 1 00 oxt 4 609 t o veril y sal e l ocatio n ) Dated thi s day o l PAT FRANK Clork or Circuit Court o f Hillsborough County, Florldo By: TERESA L. CLARK D eput y Clerk II you ore o porson with o disability who need s any accommodation In order to p articipate In lhls proceeding you ore entitled at no cost to you to the provisi on of certain aaalstance Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florldo, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two ( 2 ) working days prior to the date the service Is need e d ; II you a re he ari ng or voice Impaired, call 711. Quality People Looking For Quality Jobs Quality Companies Looking For Quality People Contact Specialized Labor Services (813) 754-4664 Or (813) 754-9800 Ask For Ms. Kim Are You A Talented Braider? Can You Do Senegalese Twist? Are You At Least 25 Years Of Age? 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NOTICEOFAPPU CATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE I S HEfiEBY GIVEN 11\al TARPON IV UC t2770 lhe hOidef ol lhe lollowlng certrtlcate ha5 hied saJd cernfocate lor a lax deed to be ISSued !hereon The cerntlcate numbe and year ol ISSUallC8, lhe descnptlOO ollhe property and lhe names 1n whiCh n was assessed are as loOows Folio No 1 T.l303 .0000 CernfK:ate N o file No 2010-310 Year ollssuance 200 7 Description of Property: B E NJAM I N' S 3 AD SUBD IVISIO N S 48.8 2 FT OF N 80 FT OF E 1 1 0 FT O F LOT 2 BLOCK 2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0021002 1 S EC-TWP AGE : 07-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N ame(s) I n which assessed : ANAGALYS VIGOA Sa i d p roperty be i ng i n the C o unty o l Hill s borough State of Flo n da Un l e ss such cert i f i cate shall be redeemed according t o law the property described i n such c ertHica t e shall be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs S tr eet Tampa, FL 33602 on the 6th day of May 2010 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale locatio n ) Dated this .t.mh day of March 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk of C ircuit Court of H illsborough County, Florida By : TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d isability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provisi on of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 ex1enslon 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Kut-N-Up Now Hiring Licensed Barbers Stylists And Braiders Low Booth Rental And Great Atmosphere Call (813) 404-5667 Child Care Teachers Needed To Work With Two And Four Year Olds Applicant Must Have 40 Hour Training Experience And Reliable Transportation Please Call (813) 626-6836 To Schedule An Appointment THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 65 YEARS N OTICE OF APP U CA TION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE I S HEREBY GIVEN tha t TAfiPON IV UC nno lhe holder ol tne lolloMng cerufic:ate has filed said certificate lor a lax deed to be ISSUed !hereon The certlfica t e number anc year olossuance the descnpbon ollhe property and lhe names on whiCh n was assessed are as lollows FoliO No .. 002230 7000 Certifica t e No.: 129414-07 File N o.: 2010-311 Year o f I ssuance : 2007 Description of Property: CYPRESS LAKE ESTATES THAT PT OF LOT 21 DESC AS FROM SE COR RUN NWLY 266FT ALONG SLY BDR Y AND N 1 6 DEG 04 MIN E 1 98 .50 FT FOR POB THEN RUNS 88 DEG 41 MIN W 1 2 8 .5 3 FT TOW BDAY N 130. 2 FT MOL ALG W BDAY T O SLY FWI LINE OF VAN DYKE AD S 8 9 DEG 20 MIN 30 SEC E 165 .17 FT ALONG AD AND S 16 DEG 04 MIN W 130 .58 MOL TO BEG PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 003 2/ 0074 SEC-TWP-RG E : 24-27 1 7 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : LAWRENCE E SINGLETON DONNA JEAN SINGLETON Said property being in the County o f Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certi f ica t e shall be r e deemed a cc ording to law the property described in su c h c ertifi c ate shall be s old to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Auditorium. 2 n d Floor, George E Edg ecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 6th day of May 2010 at 10 :00 A.M (NOTIC E : P lease call ( 813 ) 276 1 00 ext 4809 to verify sale loca t ion). D ated this .t.mh day of March 2 010 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d isability who needs any accommodation In order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 eJdension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Now Hiring Experienced BBQ Grill Cook $8.00 Per Hour Call Tiffany (813) 417-1628 Work From Home Easy Work-Great Pay For Details Send $5.00 & Self Addressed Stamped Envelope To: Brenda James P.O. Box 292295 Tampa FL 33687 NOTICE OF APP U CATION FOR TA. X DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC 12n0 the holder ol the tol ng certificate has f1led said certificate toe a lax deed to be ISSued !hereon The certtlica t e number and year ol ISSUance. lhe descnpron ol the property and lhe names 1n whiCh 11 was aSS&SS&d are as lollows Fol10 No.. 071893 0225 Ce n lficate N o.: 15154:Nl7 Fi le N o.: 2010-312 Y ear o l I ssuance : 2007 Description of Property: COMM AT SE COR OF SEC 28 THN ON E BDRY N 00 DEG 55 MIN 08 SEC W 135 FT THN DEPART SAID E BDAY AND ON N FWI LINE OF LUMSDEN AD THE FOLLOWING 3 COURSES 1 ) S 89 DEG 07 MIN 43 SEC W 2 635 0 8 FT THN 2) S 88 DEG 36 MIN 48 SEC W 1341. 56 FT THN 3 ) S 88 DEG 39 MIN 15 SEC W 84. 72 FT TO POB THN CONT ON SAID FWI LINE S 88 DEG 39 MIN 15 SEC W 68 .5 FT THN DEPARTING SAID FW1 LINE N 01 DEG 20 MIN 45 SEC W 324 .10 FT THN N 88 DEG 39 MIN 15 SEC E 68 .5 FT THN S 01 DEG 20 MIN 45 SEC E 324 .10 FT TO POB SEC-TWP-RGE : 28-29-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s ) In which assessed : GNIINC. Said property being in the County o f Hillsborough, State o f Florida Unl ess such certi f icate shall be redeemed according t o law the property described in s u c h ce rt ifica t e shall be sold t o the highes t bidder a t the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edg ecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 6th day of May 2010 a t 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8 100 ext. 4809 to verify sa le l oca tion) Dated this .t.mh day of M a rch. 2010. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of H illsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certa i n assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (8 13) 276-8100 ex1enslon 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Cleaning Service Seeking Floor Technician With Clean Background To Strip Wax And Buff Experienced Janitorial Personnel Needed Also Calf (813) 458-4183 Or (813) 352-8252 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE I S HEREBY GIVEN tha i TARPON IV UC 12n0 the hol001 ol tne lolloMng cernt\cate has filed saJd ta lor a tax deed t o be Issued thereon The certJf>Cat e numbe< nd year ol ossuance, lhe descnpbon ol the property nd t he naroos In whiCh 11 s s.sessed ro s lollows Folio N o 17 5156.0000 Certifocat e No.. F ile No.. 201 0-313 Y ear o f I ssuance : 2007 Oesc ripOOn o l Property : MINTON S J P SUBDIVISION PB 11 PG 65 W 2 5 FT OF LOT 11 AND LOT 12 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 00111'0065 SEC TWP AGE : 09 -19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) I n whic h assessed : AUGUST C GONCALVES JR TRUSTEE Said property being I n the County ol H illsborough S t a t e of Florida Unless such certifica t e shall be redeemed according to law the property described In suc h certificate shall be sol d to the highest bidder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 Eas t Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 6th d ay o f May 2010 a t 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to v e r ify sa l e l ocation). Dated this .t.mh day o f March 201 o PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Pl ease contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276 8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Homes For Sate $89K Ready To Move In! We Pay Closing Cost Call (813) 221-4457 East Tampa Business And Civic Association Price Reduced 2208 East 22nd Avenue 1145 69th Street 1219 East Cayuga 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Single Car Garage Up to $60 000 00 Available In Down Payment Assistance (813) 248-39n NOTICE 0 APPLI C ATION FORTA D ED NOTICE IS H REBY GIVEN thAI VERONA V LLC 12TT3 lh lollowlnO De rip t lon ol P roper ty LIN C OLN PARK S OUTH LO TS 7 AND 8 BL OC K 14 PLAT B OOKIPAG : 00041009 S C TWP R G : 28-28 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nom (s) I n whic h ed: JAMES WASHINGTON LIFE ESTATE IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE OF PLANT CITY INC Said property bolng In t ho County o f Hillsborough S t ate of Florida Unless such certifi ca t e s hall bo r d mod according to I w th property d scribed In such c rtlflcato h II bo sold t o tho h gh 1 bldd r o t th Jury Auditorium 2 nd loor Georo E dg omb Courthou 800 o 1 lWigg s S t r ot Tompn L 3 3 0 2 on th 6th doy o l Moy, 20 10 o t 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : PI a e coli (813) 276 8100 4809 t o vorlty sol o locotlon) Dated this .lB.Ib d y ol Mllmb..2.010. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat 10 you, to the provision of certai n aaalstanco Plea contact the Clark' ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 278 8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to tho date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. Hot Buy Investors 4 Propertie s Great Income Owner Retiring Call (813) 416-6183 Or (813) 630-0839 Kenny Condo For Sate $17,500 Waterside Island 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Gated Community Fishing Gym Spa, Pool Racquet Ball (813) 481-2395 r (813) 447-7674 Contact LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin

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NOTICE OF APPLI CATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON I V LLC 12770 the holder o l the l ollowtng certtltcate has ltled satd c ertrlteate l or a tax deed to be tssued thereon The certlf tca t e number and year o l ISSuance the descrtphon o l the property and t he names 1n whteh 11 was assessed are as f ollows Folio N o 205010 5524 Certt lteat e N o 15 1175-07 Ftle N o 2010..316 Year o l I ssuance : 200 7 Desc rtpti on o l Pr o perty : CITRUS LANDING LOT 1 2 BLOCK t PLAT B OOK/P AGE : 009 4 / 009 4 S E CTWP RGE : 32-2 8 -2 2 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in whi ch asse ssed : MARCO A RAMIREZ Said pr ope rty being i n t h e County ol H illsboro u gh Sta t e o f Florida Unl ess s u c h ce rt ifica t e s hall b e r e doem e d acco rding to l a w the pr o perty de sc r i b ed in s u c h c e rtifi ca t e s hall be so l d t o the highes t bidder a t the Jury Audi t orium 2 nd F loo r Geo r g e E Edgeco mb Courthou se. 800 E as t Twtggs Stre e t Tampa FL 33602 o n the 6th d ay o l May, 2010 a t 10: 00 A.M ( NOTI CE : Please call (813) 276-8 1 00 ex1. 48 09 t o verify sa l e l oc ation) Dated thi s ll1h day of March. 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-81 00 ex1ension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; if you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOT I CE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC 12770 t he holder of the followtng c erufteate has hied satd c entlteate lor a deed to oo tssued t l1oreon The cert1hcate number and year o l 1ssuance th e descrtpl1on ol tne p roperty and th e names 1n whteh 1 1 was assessed are as follows F olto N o 209101 0000 Certtftea t e No.. 151498-07 F ife No 2010..317 Year of Issuance 2007 Description of Property: TRACT BE G 644 8 FT E O F SW CO R O F NW \4 OF NE \4 THN N 1 60 FT FOR POB THN N 503 FT THN W 440 FT THN S 290 FT THN E 275 FT THN S 213FT THN E 165FT TO THE POB LESS TRACT BEG 644 8 FT E OF SW C OR OF NW \4 OF NE \4 OF SEC THN N 160 TO POB THN N 95FT THN W 66 6 FT THN N 118 0 FT THN W 98.4 FT THN S 2 13 FT THN E 165FT TO POB S E C-TW P-R G E : 33-28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) in whi c h asses sed : MARTINWOOD LLC Said prop e rty b ei ng in t he Co unty o f H illsbo r o ugh. S t a t e o f Flo rtda Unl ess s u c h ce rt i f ica t e s hall b e rede e m ed accordi ng t o l aw the pr ope rty desc ribe d in s u c h cert ifica t e s h all be so ld t o the high es t b i dd e r a t the Jury Auditorium 2 nd Floo r G eo r ge E Edg eco mb Courthou se. 800 East Twiggs S tr ee t T a mpa. FL 33602 o n the 6th day o f May 2010 at 10:00 A.M ( NOT I C E : Please call (8 1 3) 276 8100 ext. 4809 t o ver ify sale location) D a t e d thi s .ti!.llJ day o l March, 201 0 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276 8100 ex1ension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS H illsborough County will rece ive sea l ed b ids and / or proposals for the following until the stated da t e and time when they will be pub l i cly opened JUNE 3 2010-2:00 P.M. RFP-P-0001-Q-2010/JB ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) SYSTEM Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid / Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org / procurementserv i ces This is a H ill sborough County Governmenta l Purchas ing Council Bid M inority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to partic i pate in these matters and will not be sub j ect to d i scriminat i on on the bas i s of r ace sex color or national or i gin. Questions regarding the above projects may be d ir ected to H ill sborough County Board o f Comm i ss ion ers Depa rtm ent of Procurement Serv i ces 601 E Kennedy B lv d 18 th Fl., County Center Tampa Flo rid a 33602 (813 ) 272-5790 du ring regular busi ness hours For All Your Classified Advertising Needs ..... Contact LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t a t VERONA V LLC 12773 the holder o l the followtng certtf!Cd t e has hied satd ce rttltCBt e tor a tax deed t o 00 tssued t hereon Th e ce rtth ca t e number and year o f 1ssuance t he descnp t ton o l the property and th e name s tn whteh 11 was assessed are as l ollo w s F olta N o 206751 0000 Certrlicate N o.: 151335-07 File N o .. 201D-318 Y ea r o f I ss uan ce : 2007 Description of Property: LINCOLN PARK SOUT H LOT 1 BLO C K 20 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0004 / 0095 SEC-TWP-RGE : 28-28-2 2 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nam e(s) in whi c h assessed : CATHERINE J TASBY Said property be i ng in the County ol Hill s b o rough S t ale o f F l orida Unless s uch ce rlili ca t e s h all be r e d ee m ed accordi n g t o law. the pr c p e rty d esc r ibed in s u c h ce rti f i ca t e s h a ll b e so l d t o the hig h es t bidd e r a t the Jury Auditorium 2 nd Floo r George E Edg eco mb Co urth o u se. 800 E as t Twiggs S tr ee t T a mpa FL 33602 o n the 6th d ay o f May 2010, at 10 : 00 A M (NO TICE : Please call (813 ) 276 8 10 0 ex t 480 9 t o ver i l y sa l e l oca tion) Dat e d thi s .ti!.llJ day o f March 2010. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk II you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276 8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC 0 111e holdd )'OIIt o l 1 sunn th o d scn ptton olthO propo tty nnd t h n n mo s 111 which II was ssossod ro s loll s Fol1o N o 20&476 0100 Ce rtillcat o N o.. 151305-0 7 File N o. 201 Q-320 Year o l I ssuance 2007 Description of Property: OHIO CO LONY COMPANY S ADDITION TO PLANT C ITY S 35 FT OF N 70 FT OF E 1 03 FT OF LOT 4 BLK 6 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0001/00 1 0 SEC TWP RGE : 28 28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTAND I NG TAXES N a mo(s) I n whi c h assessed : HOMES PLUS ENTERPRISES INC Sold prop e rty bolng In t ho County o l Hill s bor o u gh S t o t o o l l o rldo Unl oss s u c h ce rtill ca t e s h all b r e d oo mod acc o rdin g t o l ow tho prop e rty d osc r lb d In s u c h ce rtifi ca t e s h all b e s o ld t o th e hlghoGt b idd e r a t the Jury Auditorium, 2 nd F l oo r George E E dg eco mb Co urth o use. 800 o s t Twigg s S tr ee t T a mpa FL 33602 on 1110 6th d a y o l May 2 010 a t 10 :00 A M ( NOTI CE : Ple ase call (813) 276-8 10 0 ext. 480 9 t o verily s a l e l ocation). Dat e d this .ti!.llJ d a y ol March. 20] Q PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuli Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK D eputy Clerk II you are a person with a disability who n ee d s any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to tho provision of certain assistance. Pl eaao contact tho Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the aervlce Is needed; II you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. 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NOTICE Of APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat VERONA V LLC f2773 e holder o the lollowlnq ce hcate ha5 hlee holdo>r the tol l mg cer tth cate has hl"d sad certrlocate a ta;c deed to oo tSSUed thereon The certt iJCate number and year of ssuance. me descnptton of the propeny and the names tn whiCh n was assessed are as FoliO N o 175540 .0000 CerttiJCat e N o 149057-07 Ftle N o 201 (}.327 Year of Issuance 2007 Description of Property : EAST BAY ADDITION LOT 6 BLOCK 10 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0004/0108 SECTWPRGE : 17-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) i n whic h assessed : CRESCENZO HOLDINGS LLC Said property being in t he County of H illsborough State of Florida Unless such cer t i lic a t e shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certifica t e shall be sold to the highes t b i dder a t the Jury Auditorium 2nd Flo or. George E E dgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs S t reet. Tampa FL 33602 on the !ill! day of M1lY...2Q.lQ, a t 1 0 ; 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (B13) 276B 1 00 ext. 480 S t o verify sat e l oca tion) D a ted this rntJ day of March. 2010. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; if you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Or Efficiency For Rent $600 00-$900 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Includes: Water Lights Cable Washer And Dryer Call (813) 785-1030 USF Area Spacious Remodeled 2 Bedroom Townhome A/C Carpet Tile WID Hookup Fenced Patio $775 00 Includes Water Section 8 Welcome Call 813-220-3633 NOTICE OF APP UCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh I TARPON IV LLC n0 the l'loldel th6 I ig rnhcate has hied satd oortll te lor a tax deed to be tssued tt>ernon The rtfft cate numoor atld yeat ol LSSUance. I M descnphon of 1M propeny and the nanl6S '" whiCh n was asseSSed nra as lol FoliO No 205010 .0256 CerttiJCai O N o 151156-07 Ftle N o 201(}.328 Year of Issuance 2007 Description of Property: KENTWOOD PARK UNIT 2B BLDG E AND AN UNDIV INT IN COMMON ELEMENTS SECTWP RGE : 05-22 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) In whi c h assessed : MOISES DOMINGUEZ MARIA CRISTINA RODRIGUEZ Said property being In the County of H illsborough Sta t e o f Florida Unles s s uch certifica t e shall be redeemed according t o law. the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder a t the Jury Audit orium. 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twigg s S tr ee t Tampa, FL 33602 on the !ill! day o f M a y 2010 a t 10 ; 00 A M (NOTICE : P l ease ca ll (8 13) 276 8100 ext. 4B09 t o verily sale location) Dated this 1l!1h day o f March 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hill sborough County, Florida By : TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tamp a florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hear ing or voice Impaired, call 711 Temple Terrace Townhouse For Rent 2 Bedrooms/1 Y2 Bath Section 8 OK Call (813) 404-5667 2918 East 21st Avenue 3 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Home $1 200.00/Monthly Includes An Efficiency CHA WDH Deposit Negotiable Rooms For Rent Also Available Call (813) 495-9757 N NOTIC H R BV GIV N lllnl TARPON VI LLC U770 Ill holdc>l o l t h rh hn> 1116<1 Slltd FoliO N o 208t711.0000 r ttiJCAI N 1 51415-07 F tlo N 20 1 0-329 or ol ISSUOI 2007 Oeacrlpllon of Property ; PLANT C ITY WARR N S SURV Y S h OF LOT 3 AND S 90 FT F LOT 4 BLOCK 2 PLAT BOOK!PAG 3 1 5 SEC TWP -RG : 29-28 22 S UBJ ECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N mo(s ) In whl h o od : DES PROPERTIES LLC Sold proporty lng In tho County o t Hillsborough Sto t o o t Florida Unless such cor 1if1 1 shall bo rod omod according t o law tho prop rty do scr lb d In such cer t ifica t e s hall be sold to th high s t bidder a t the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courtho use. 800 a s t Twigg s S tr o t Tompo FL 33602 on tho !ill! day o t MflY...20.10, I 1.1);00 A.M. (NOTIC : P loo o c oli (6 13) 276 6 1 00 oxt. 4809 t o v orl t y olo l ocolion) Doted thlsl.lUb doy o t PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a pera on with a dlaablllty who need s any accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain aaalatance Pleaa e contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 oxtenalon 4205, two (2)worklng days prior to th e dato the service Ia ne eded; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Townhouse Rent To Own Or Own For Less Than Rent Small Down Payment Owner Financing Bert (813) 969-3970 Northeast Seminole Heights 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Newly Renovated $1 350.00/Rent $500 00/Deposit Section Welcome (813) 293-2677 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS .... EMPLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT ....... APARTMENTS DUPLEXES .................... 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LEGAL NOTIC IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O F THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUI T IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No. : 2009-16230 Div: F FREMONT REORGANIZING CORPORATION f/k/a Fremont Investment & Loan a California corporation (Plaintiff) vs. DAVID H FOSTER and all unknown parties claim ing by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAVID H. FOSTER; CENTRAL CITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION; NATIONS CREDIT FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the Final Judgment/Order entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as : LOT 4 BLOCK 3 TIMBERLANE SUBDIVISION UNIT 1, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 49, PAGES 65 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash at 2:00p.m., on the 2nd Floor Rooms 201/202 in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa Florida 33602 on April 28. 2010. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12 : 00 p m next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the individual or agency sending notice not later than seven (7) days prior to the proceeding at the address given on notice. Telephone (904) 257-6097; 1-800-955-8771 (TOO) or 1-800-955-8770 (v) via Florida Relay Service. Dated this 25th day of March. 2010. 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