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Celebrating 65 rear In The Ta1npa Ba_l .-!rea I UIIUI I All SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A MAYOR NAMES FIRST BLACK FIRE CHIEF Earlier this week, Mayor Pam Iorio named Assistant Tampa Fire Chief of Administration, Fire Chief. Chief Thomas Tom Forward is replacing Chief Dennis Jones, who will retire on May 8th. A veteran with the Tampa Fire Department, Chief Forward began his career in 1983 and climbed through the ranks during his tenure with the department. Chief Forward s family members who attended the press conference were: Marty Forward, Thomas Forward II, Lakia Forward Mrs. Cynthia Forward Chief Thomas Forward, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas (Eva) Forward (his parents) Ms. Sandra Forward, Henry Forward, and Darrell Forward. Toddler Found, Babysitter Charged SEE PAGE 23-A Special Program For Kids Planned SEE PAGE 8-A Senior Interns At Sentinel

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Proud Mom And Her Children The Arenas Family: (rear, left to right) Armando and Jeno. Front Oeft to right) Judgetta, Michael, Facunda, Javier and Marco. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Many stories have been done single parents and the and sacrifices they endure. Some of the parents manage to maintain discipline and control of their children and steer them toward suc cess. Facunda Arenas is one of Facunda Arenas and Javier wearing his Kansas Chief tee shirt and cap. those parents. Arenas has a son, Javier, who was a starter for Alabama when they won the 2009 Col lege Football National Cham pionship. Javier was drafted in the second round by the Kansas City Chiefs a few weeks ago .. Her youngest son, Marco, was on the Plant High School State championship team, and her son, Armando, played for the Nebraska Corn-a nd w ns n t e lmma !t of th e senmd pick in th e :.!mO l FI. drat!. Nclnmuknng Suh. R aising six rhildn.n ha s n t !wen hut I m ade up m y mind I d g L I it dnne n o mat!L'r wha t I h ad t o dn. I m n nngtd I n lTL'nt e carL' husinL'SS 1 hat has be(n s u ccessf ul. 11 nd my childre n h nve b ee n \ t IJ' s upporti v Facunda Arenus trawle d to California t o watch Javier pla y in the National h u mpi onship, and has somehow managed to attend some of the games involving her other sons. Arenas said nothing will change for her with her son now in the NFL. "I'm happy for him. Now, I can relax because I know he'll be able to take care of himself. That's all I ever expected of him and all of my children." --. l Mothers Pass Wisdom Down From One Generation To The Next Check Out On I oil ow lJ.; On I\\ illn :\1 ,...,. I ,. :J m :::::1 a. z i= UJ ..J ..J :::::1 m ...J The Thurston generations of "mothers" who UJ celebrate the holiday. Shown in this photograph seated from left Z to right are: Ms. Chantelle Thomas (4th generation); Mrs. Phyllis i= Engli_sh (2nd generation) who is holding TaRiyah (5th generaffi tion); her mother, Mrs. Ola M. Thurston, Matriarch of the famCJ) ily; and Brittney Johnson (4th generation) who is holding
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eatures 26-Year Veteran Named New Chief Of Fire Department BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Earlier this week, Tampa Fir e Chief Dennis Jones announced his retirement. Moments later during a new conference, Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio named his re placement. Thomas "Tom" Forward, Sr., current Assistant Fire Chief of Administration of the the Tampa Fire Department, was chosen to serve as Acting Tampa Fire Chief. Chief Forward will assume the reigns after approval by Tampa City Council. He is also required to relocate within the city limits of Tampa. A 26-year veteran with the Tampa Fire Department, Chief Forward will earn $ 130,000 in his n ew capac i ty. Chief Forward learned that Chief Jones was reti rin g abo ut a week before it became public knowledge. H e sa id, I first learn e d that I was being considered for the position la s t week Chief Jones e n t e r e d m y office and shared with me that he would be retir ing on May 81h and that he and the Mayor had considered me for his replacement if I would accept the appointment. Two days later, Chief Forward met with Mayor Iorio, who expressed her confidence in him and offered him the po sition. "Needless to say that not only was I was humbled by their vote of confidence, but was extremely honored that of the many fine candidates within the department to choose from, they unanimously chose me for such a distinguished position. I feel extremely blessed to have had such a fulfilling career and look forward to taking on the leadership chllaenges that lie ahead," Chief Forward said. A native of Marianna, Florida, Chief Forward is one of six children born to Rev. and Mrs. Thomas (Eva) Forward, of Cotton-CHIEF THOMAS F ORWARD dale Florida. After graduation from high sc hool Chief Forward e n t e r e d the U. S. Army a nd se rved a four-year s tint. Chief Forward r eturned to hi s hom e town a nd served as aNational R eg i s t e r e d Emergency Medical T ec hnician for Jacks on County Fire Rescue. H e a ls o continued his military service as a Reservist and attended Chipola Jr. College, where he completed requirements for a firefighter. He applied with the City of Tampa Fire Department and was hired in October 1983. Chief Forward has served in several capacities since joining the department, receiving his first promotion two years after being hired. Chief Forward has an As sociate's Degree in Fire Sci ence Technology and in Electronic Systems Technol ogy; a Bachelor of Business Administration, and a Master' s Degree in Management. Chief Forward is married to Mrs. Cynthia M Peace Forward and they are the parents of three children, Miortis, Lakia, and Thomas, II. They are active members of Grace Mary M. B. Church, where Chief Forward serves as a Deacon and Chairman of the Board of Trustees. "CALL RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY ----------: ( 8 13l 892-8193 Or Ema il: callrickywilliams@gma il. com Ava i lab l e 24 HrsJOay FREE Consultation RJCKY E. WILLIAMS Familv Gets Some Closure After Jurv Finds Man GuiltY For 2003 Murder Of Their Mom On \\'ed ne sday, a jury found Ronny Walker, 32. g uilt y of second-degree murd er in the 2003 shoo tin g death of Elaine Lanier Caldwell. In Oct obe r 2003, Caldwell, her fiance, Raymond Lee, and h e r g randdaughter Veronica, were in their Sulphur Springs home. Lee was clipping Veronica's toenails in the den of th e home when he saw the girl's fa cial expression change. When he looked behind him, he saw a stranger in the house ho l ding a gun. The man pointed his gun at Lee's head and walked with him and 9-year-old Veronica toward the bedroom Caldwell was looking in the mirror fixing her hair when Lee called her name. She turned around and started screaming. ElAINE CALDWELL th e head. Lee late r saw an opportunity to grab the gun and it f ell to the ground ; The two men wrestled and Lee told Veronica to run She took Qff and the gunman took his guil back ran away. Lee later identified Walker as the man who shot Caldwell and he was RONNY WALKER . found guilty of second degree murder Caldwell's daughter, Veronica Denson, along with her. s iblings Tiffany Boggs, Tin a Boggs, arrd Collis Denson were in court W ed n esday whe11 th e verdict was r ea d and smd they were mor e than p l eased. Lee testified that the gun man repeated l y to l d Caldwell to shut up and when she contin ued screaming, he shot her in arrest, prosecutors .Walker. offered him a dea l of five years in prison and five years probation i n ex change for a guilty plea. Walker said no deal. This i!'! g.oiqg; to be the best Mother Day we could have out of the 7 years since she was Sllid Veronica Denson "The first time he was tried $ there was a hung jui'y. -"' l> AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Florida law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For loss Wages And Medical Care ... .181/Protessional Sel'llice! 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0 For Adoptive Mom, Mother's oav Is A Dream Worth Growing \<\'he n Latarsha War(3 ren wa s 15, she made a pact a: with her best friend, Tameka, who grew up in fos t e r ca r e, t o o n e day adopt a c hild. Each girl k ept h e r promise. Tameka adopted o n e chi ld and now lives in Geo rgi a. But Latarsha n o t o nl y kept her end of the bargai n, she kept it five times over. In fact, this May 9 will be a very special Mother' s D ay for Latarsha, now 35, of Plant City, who will ce l ebrate the day with her four bo ys and o n e girl, ages 11-19 all adopted out o f foster ca r e and four of whom a r e s ib lings once featured in the Heart Gallery of Tampa Ba y, a collaborative program of the Children 's Board of Hill s borough County and Hillsborough Kids, Inc. to h e l p find adoptive homes for children in foster care. The Heart Gallery is a travelin g photogra phic e xhibit that inLL el udes audio messages fro m 0 foster childr e n needing adoption. Having Chris, 11, and bi0 ological siblings Anthony, en 14 Brandon, 15, Olivia, 1 7 and Trey, 19. for Mother' s 1-Day will offset the fact >-a: w > w 0 w :I: en ::::i m ::::;) 0.. z j:: w ...I ...I ::::;) m I ...I w z j:: z w en < 0 a: 0 ...I LL that Latarsha's husband, Jason, fle w out to basic training in Missouri on A pril 29. I l ove Mother's Day now; it's a celebration for me, says Latarsha. "The children give us lo ve and re spect. They hug you so times a day. The hugs have been coming since 2005 when Chris and Brandon were th e first ones adopted. At the time, Jason and Latarsha w e r e dating and each wa s in the process of adopting a c hil d w h e n they d ec id ed to make it a joint effort. Each came from large, loving familie s; Jason had 12 sisters and two brothers and Latarsha had five sisters and three brothers. In :wo8 the \\ nrrcns adopted Brandon's hio loF,iLal brothers Trey and Anthony, and o n Feb. 1. 2010. th e ir sister Olivia be n n lt' the sevent h and fi1nl family m ember. "It's b ee n an awesome pleasure t o see thi s fami l y repeatedly co m e back t o adopt another of th e s iblin gs and t o see their famil y co m pl e t e d," Hillsborough Circuit Judge Tracy Sheehan said. "It is a tribute to the powe r of fami l y that these t eens wanted nothing more tha n to b e adopted." And how a r e they doing? They a r e all happy to b e to gethe r and lo ve one anothe r t.>nn through th l' rh llll'nF,in g t i m l's of atloksrt'IH 't'. who \'isits us lau ghs and ha s 1 good tim with us, s Jamul. "We're lik th e 2 0 1 0 ver s ion of the osby lww x cep t that Dad i s 1h\11 s seriou s lik t h o sby mom and Mom is f Uiin and ud dl y lik Bill Cosby,' sa s Trey. W 're h appy but also a littl e sad that Dad will b e gon for a while in th military "Olivia i s th prin s She lik s it; s he's lik the quee n And w e' r e m y Mom's and Olivia's bodyguards," says Jamal. "It's awesome," says Latarsha. Tampa Metro Section of NCNW, Inc Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Annual Luncheon & Fund Saturday, May 15th 11am-2pm Hilton 2225 North Lois Ave Guest Speaker: Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr. Pastor of St. John Progressive M B COOrch President. Progressive M&E Baptist Slate Cawention Theme: Power'' NCNW Members are to wear willa attire with NCNW stoles. PWiic is invited-$35.00 per ticket and may be obtained fran: ROSIIIe Jont11 (626-1447); Erma Griflln (232..a661) If You Answer YES To Any Of The Questions Below -I Can Help! FRED HAYES Realtor Future Home Realty Do You Need A Short Sale? Is Your Mortgage Upside? Do You Need To Save Your Home F.r::om Foreclosure? Do ou Owe More Than Your House Is Worth?

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editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202-140 ) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa F londa 33605 ( 813 ) 248-1921 Pub lished Every T uesday and Fr i day B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co_, Member of National Newspaper P ublishers Assoc ia t i on (NNPA) POSTMASTER : Send Addre ss Change T o : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, p o Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 P e r iodical P ostage Pai d At Tampa F L C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) W _W, Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (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-$44.0Q-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0Q-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Co l umnists or Gu est Writers do not necessarily reflect the edijorial stance of The Aorlda Sentinel Bulletin or the Publ isher Congratulations, Tom Forward A Black man with a Superman's name stands on the verge of becoming Tampa' s newest Fire Chief. His name is Tom Forward, Assistant Chief Tom Forward. And we feel that the Mayor could not have picked a better replacement for soon-to-be retired Chief Dennis Jones. Perhaps, Mayor Iorio said it best. "Tom Forward has had every conceivable job in the fire department." On his way up the ladder, veteran fire fighters were known to have watched him and said to each other, "He's going to be chief, one day!" Well, that day has come. But what does the travail of a so-year-old, 26-year firefighter veteran teach us and especially our children? For all to see, it says, "purpose, persistence and perseverance are the keys to victory!" Doing all that is asked of one to do, without complaint, without excuse; and letting one's excellence be the greatest recipe for greatness. Not only the Black community, but the greater Tampa community thanks Mayor Iorio for her decision. We thank her not only because of the color of the man she chose, but we thank her for the spirit of fairness and professionalism which led to her decision. In a time when City morale is often not at its best, the placement of Tom Forward as Fire Chief is a ray of sunlight! And, as for Tampa's newest Superman, YOU GO, TOM FORWARD! No Rest For EEOC Anytime you need a remedial course in race relations, go visit the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC's) website and take a good, hard look at its statistics on discrimination lawsuits. The 2008 and 2009 data has been described as "record setting," if not unbelievable. Consider, almost 34,000 charges of racial discrimination and harassment were filed with the EEOC in 2009, which represented one third of all its discrimination charges. That means nearly 10o,ooo complaints were lodged with EEOC regarding age, wage, sex, religion and other types of discrimination. ln 2010, perhaps, many of our readers would be shocked at the racist, sexist and religious remarks, caricatures, graffiti and symbols made by supervisors, managers and so-called professional co-workers. One EEOC attorney admitted, "racism is still so alive and well, unfortunately." Thankfully companies that have not rid their ranks of employees who commit acts of discrimination are being made to take account for such offenses. Last year, American corporations paid more than $1 billion (100 million in class-action employment suits settlements) for discrimination. Yes, standing up for one's rights may be costly, but the price for saying nothing is too to bear! M ore than 40 yea rs ago when the garbage workers in Memphis Ten nessee stood up and went on strike their theme was, 1 Am A Man. They were not saying I am a male They were saying I am a man. That is an impor tant distinction, because there is a big difference between a male and a man. These workers went on strike demanding a higher wage, decent working condi tions and an increased meas ure of respect. Their theme, I Am A Man was most appro priate because these are things a man stands for. These men were abused, made a mockery of, jobless, beaten and criticized. Still, they stayed their course. Why would I bring this up nearly so years later? I bring it up because there is a lesson to be learned by Black males. The l esson i s that it is time for them to stand up and be a man. We live in some precari ous times We live in a time when we need some Black males to rise up be men and become the backbone of our people. By no means does this mean that women do not have a vital role in this process. Shameful to say, in most in stances and for too long, women have been the back bone, while too many men have shunned their responsi bilities. Today, there are too many single female parents, too many singe female head of households, and too many single females being the glue that holds things together. When are Black males going to get on board and pull their share of the load? Black males love to brag abou t b e in g n man Muse! s t rength and athl tic prow ss isn't what m akes you a man. Even money doesn't m ake you a man. Th e re are ple nty of s trong mu scu l ar, rich boys in this world. By the way, ag isn t what makes you a man either. A man is a mal e that lives up to his moral obligations. He is responsible, a good father, a good role model, a law-abid ing citizen, a good neighbor, a believer and a supporter of causes that are just. These are just some of the characteristics of a man In my opinion, there is no such thing as a bad man Either you are a man or you are not. If you are a man, then you are by nature good All men, not 0 ma l es are good. It is time for ::XJ Black males to say, I am a man g and to be a man in actions, CJ) character and leadership. m z ::j z m r-1 Ill c r rm ::j A Tampa Nurserv Rhvme z ., c Ill c ''T here was an old lady who lived in a shoe. She had so many children, she didn't know what to do" is the beginning of an English nursery rhyme more than 300 years old. It spoke light-heartedly about a homeless woman who literally lived on her feet, or "in her shoes," as the poem was told. And the woman had so many children, both she and they became destitute on the backstreets of London. For centuries, mothers rocked their babies to sleep, by the sound of that nursery rhyme, never realizing that it was more than a fairy-tale .. .never conceiving that the old lady was an actual person and that her children and her agony were real. But now, in Tampa, Florida, we know better. The nursery rhyme has been changed to fit the times. It now begins, "There was a young lady who lived on the streets. She had so many chil dren, she could not be beat. So, they took the young woman in front of a judge, who asked, "Are you preg nant? But she ne ver budged. Instead to Her Honor, the Judge, said she, "If I want to have children, it's all up to me!" Said Her Honor, the Judge, to the lad y in the shoe, But we are the ones who must take care of you!" The woman just laughed, and said, I don't care! I'll have twenty more kids, before I am bare!" The judge was a white woman. The woman who had 12 living children, but was probably in her 16th preg nancy, was Black and put in jail for refusing to tell the court whether she was preg nant, once again. Perhaps, this story would seem frivolous and funny were it not for the fact that a long legacy of sorrow, sexism and perhaps, even racism was being played out, for the en tire world to see. Unanswered questions buzzed around the courtroom like flies? Questions like "Does a woman have the right to be pregnant without telling the world about her situation?" or "Does a court have the right to arrest and detain someone simply because she refuses to say whether or not she is pregnant?" whispered throughout the courtroom Women's rights activists should have been there. But most likely, they were not in attendance since rumors were rampant that the woman standing before the court was somewhat mentally imba-lanced. After all, why would any woman in her right mind, who was homeless and who already had 12 children in tow, want desperately to have yet, another child, or another CJ) 12 children, for that matter? ffi But also in attendance, at C court, were silent ghosts of Black women who once were m slaves on American planta-tions who were allowed to -i have babies, but were not al-ffi lowed to keep their babies. CJ) Crowded around this C Black homeless mother, who seemed to know something that no one else in the court-c room understood, were 'TI nameless Black women ::XJ c caught up and ground up in America's welfare system. Black women who died having never been able to get their babies back. And the judge sat with a gavel. Facing her was either a mad-woman or a martyr who stood, like activist and former slave Sojourner Truth, for the truth of women, everywhere. And suddenly, the gavel fell! There was a young woman who lived on the streets, who challenged the courts for her freedom to keep. And the judge, a white woman with kids of her own, said "We're through with you, Lady Take your kids and go home!" The young woman laughed and said, "How do you do? How can I go home with no home to go to?" Copyright 2010 The Sole Man Speaks! U1 I )>

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Gonalove The Ole' Girls I think it was Mother's Day 1995 when I cooked my moth e r breakfast, gave her a ca rd a nd pla ye d Tupac Shakur's song, "Dear Mama," while she ate. And e v e n though she wasn't a fan of hip hop by any means, she sat there and listened intently to the lyrics just because it was part of the gift her child had given her. more about us than any other creature on the planet. Regardless of what we do or who we do it with the one person who we can always count on is the woman whose womb be came our doorway to life. Whenever I reflect on that moment in time, I laugh at the fact that I came up with such a > corny idea. And the image of '4: my mother actually pretending 0 t o lik e th e so n g for m y b e n efit, a: u.. m a k es m e c hu ckle even Wives, husbands, g i rl friends and boyfriends all talk a good game when it comes to professing undying love. But more often than not, these su perficial declarations are ex posed when hard times hit and that undying love suddenly gives up the ghost and disap pears. Whe n I fir s t cam e into the sys t e m I r e m ember s e eing men cur se their mothers dur ing visitations and over the phon e for things like not tak ing car e of petty errands or not c h a rd er. Z But th a t 's the point of c:z: Mother 's Day. Cele brating th e women in our live s who car e c (/) w ::J t-> a: w ru Q w ::I: (/) :::i m ::J a. tw ...1 ...1 ::J m I ...1 w z i= z w (/) c:z: c a: 0 ...1 I.L. Adoption Immigration Civil/ Personal Injury Bankruptcy Guardianship Probate Social Security Wills Call Us. We Can Help F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney At Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 The hiring of a lawye r is an important decision tha t should not be baSed solely upc>n advertiSements Bef ore you decide ask us t o send you F REE 'Mitten i n f ormation about our qualifications and experience! Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Fonner Hillsborough Cmmty Prosecutor-Deputy Chief 2123 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd Suite 102 Tampa, Florida 33607 1703 Palmetto Ave. Plant City, FL 33563 s endin g en o ugh m o n e y t o th e ir acco unts. Kno\\ i n g p eople who ,,;sh e d th e y still h a d a m o th e r a round to argue \\ith it alway s infuriated me to witnes s thes e disrespectful demonstrations It wasn't until years later, after I thought back on the in cidents, did my anger for these men turn to pity I felt so rry for them b e caus e the y obvi ously didn't have the kind of relationship with their mothers that they probably wanted Former Tampa Newsman Returns To Graduate From USF Their d y sfunction made me realize that I was blessed to have my soul given to a person who went out of her way to de velop a special bond with her seed And that's what makes this weekend so important. For those of us fortunate enough to have been raised by strong women who sacrificed so much to make sure we had, the very least we can do is show our appreciation and thank them for going through all the struggle, labor and pain when they could have just as well taken the easy way out... To all th e Mothers Ole Girls," Ma-Dukes and "Big Mommas in the world Happy Mother's Day! Contact Clarence at: Clarence Barr 43110-018 Bennettsville F.C.I. P. 0. BOX52020 Bennettsville, SC 29512 email cbarr2oasis novels.com. E.xactl y f our y a r ago, Amani Channel was kn o wn in Tamp a for c ov e ring som e of the area's biggest e v ents for Fox 13 News. These da y s y ou won t find him on-air but he is on the internet and tweets under the handle @urbanreporter on Twitter. He has hosted an on line television show created hundreds of video podcasts in cluding mobile video reports with his iPhone, and has made a new media name for himself through his blog, ww.MyUr banReport.com. "My interest in new media was sparked by a few things, in cluding the University of South Florida s graduate program, said Channel. Channel now lives in Atlant a with his wife and 18month old son, and work s as th e content manager for a social commu nity that Public Broadcasting Atlanta is developing On Saturday, May 8th, Channel will return to the area to graduate with a Master of Arts degree in Mass Communica tions from USF Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 State & Fed. W. C. Claims Certified by State University All Job-Related Injuries Change Treating PhysiCians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work E .nvironment W.C./ Race Discrimination FREE CONSULTATION! (Except For Pure Title VII Cases) AMANI CHANNEL Channel's ac a d emic jour ney started in 2004 whil e h e was reporting full tim e at WfVT-TV. He and hi wif e, Daphne, moved in 2006, but he never stopped working to ward s hi s d e gr ee I c an t beli eve th a t s i x yea r s hav e pa sse d s in ce I starte d cla sses," Channel said. Channel als o provid es new m e dia consulting and video production se rvic es through a company h e s tarted called Visual Eye M e di a In March h e s erv e d a s vis itin g faculty at the Poynter In s titut e, and he i s oft e n asked to s p e ak about social media and tradi tional journali s m l e njoy s haring my knowl e d ge and helping oth e r s Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com Middleton High School Class 011961 The Middleton High School Class of 1961 will hold their regular monthly meeting on Saturday, May 15th 4 P M., at the home of classmate, Alfredo Moragne, 3614 N. 18th Street. Please be present and on time, as we need your s ugges tions regarding activities for our June 2011, class reunion. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 248-1921

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FYI Blake High Sch Of The Arts I The county's best high school jazz musicians playing big band, blues, Latin and bebop jazz will be performing in a Night Of Jazz," Friday, May 7, 2010, 7 p. m. The event will be held at the schoo l and there is a small admission fee. Blake s Band Dir ector, Charles Sanz sai d the guest artists wi ll be the Jazz Cellar B ig Band fea t u ring Denise Moore, v ocali st. Professional Business Proposal Workshop Th e W es t Tampa CDC and The N a tional Institute for Strate gic and Tactical Planning will host a free professional business writing workshop in basic proposal writing on May 11, 2010 from 1 p.m to 2:30 p.m. at the West Tampa Library, 2312 W est Union Street. New for-profit start-up busi nesses, non-profits seeking to a business plan, exist ing small businesses seeking to expand, or those interested in learning about how to start a business should attend the workshop. For more information, contact Michael Randolph at (813) 423-1941. Seating is limited. Please e-mail Randolph at wefindgrnats@aol.com consultant@gmail.com to con firm a seat and to attain an invitation and workshop packet No one will be admitted without an invitation. PACE Center For Girls, Hosts Networking And Fundraising Event The PACE Center for Girls Networking and Fundraising event will be held on Thursday, May 13, 2010, 5:30-8 P.M., at 1933 E. Hillsborough Ave., Bank Of America building, 3rd floor. A program will be held from 6 to 6:45 P M. There is a fee. The event will bring together CEOs, business leaders, top de cision-makers business owners community leaders, non-profit executive directors and entrepreneurs from throughout Hills borough County. For additional information, contact Chantel GriffinStampfer at (813) 739-0410 X:3o8 or chantel.gri ffi n stampfer@ pacecenter.org. Sheri Taber i s the P A CE Board P resi dent. LOOKS FOR AN EDGE --"' -AND SHARPENS IT ..... -- -....;o.. -Customized Business Advice and Finandal Tools to Conquer Your Business Challenges SunTrust has created a site designed specifically with the business owner in mind. puts expert advice and forward-thinlctng, business building tools like the Cash Management Evaluator and Financial Fitness Kit right at your fingertips. Best part? These free, innovative tools can be customized to your business. Find out more about how you can put bizsolutionscentral.com to work for your business today. Cash Management Recipient of nine Greenwich Excellence Awards for business banktns, Including Overall Satisfaction and Financial Stabutty SUNTRusr Finandng Sol utions Retirement SoWtions LIYe Solid. Bank Soltd. Sun Trust Bank Member FDIC 02010 Sun Trust Banks. Inc Su n Trust and L ive Sol i d Bank Solid are federally registered service marks of Sun Trust Banks Inc ., r-0 ::D 0 ). CJ) m z ::t z m r;m c: r r-z 'tl c: m r-u; :::t m 0 m < m ::D -< -t c: m CJ) 0 ). z 0 ., ::D c

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,.... oca Tampa Prep Senior Interns At Sendnel Bulletin AARON BURRELL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Aaron Burrell, a senior at Tampa Preparatory School has been interning at the Florida Sentinel Bulletin for a week. He aspires to be a jour nalist and said he wanted to do his internship at the Sen-tinel Bulletin because he c t hought it would be a great a: p lace to pra c tice journalism. LL Burrell said when he s tarted high school, he made ct up his mind he wanted to be a j ournalist. C "I do a lot of reading and I li ke to write as well. I also write for my school newspa-0:> per, The Tiger Tales. W Broadcast journalism is > what I really want to do I W think Stuart Scott of ESPN c w :c. en ::::; m i nspires me to be a journalist and I find him fascinating. I'd love to get into sports journal ism." Burrell said since he ar rived at the Sentinel Bull etin, he s learned just how much goes into putting together a paper for publication. "What I've learned so far is you have to work really hard. A hard worth ethic will get you a long way." Burrell said when he grad uates, he'll attend Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut and he hopes to intern at ESPN in Bristol Connecticut. His major will be Media Studies Burrell said he hopes one day the people of Tampa will see him broadcasting the news I know being so far away from home will be a challenge and I will miss Tampa. But, I'm ready to go and gain more experience and I do plan to come home every chance I get. Burrell said when he told his mom this is what he wanted to, she was very sup portive. "She really wanted me to be an attorney. I really love to talk, so either career would have been perfect for me." Aaron's mother, Marva Duncan, is his biggest sup porter along with his dad, Garfield Burrell. ;:). Q. z ffi THE HOLY GHOST CHURCH OF GOD PURCHASED WITH HIS _, -t ;:) m _, w z t= z w en I 3613 N 23rd St.** Tamr,a FL 33605 (813) 247 3055 Church (813) 613 4600 -Cellular Email: bishopandrews @ li ve.corn SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M. Moming Service-1 1 :30 A. M. Evening Service-7:30P.M. Bible Study -Tuesday Evening Bible Band 7:30 P. M. Thursday Evening -YPWW-7:30P.M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women' s Outreach Ministry7 :30 P. M Gospel Stage Plav ComesToUSF BEVERLY GRANT BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Friday, May 1 h at 7:30 p.m. S y dati Entertainment will present the gospel state play, "A Family' s Prayer." The play will be held at the Marshall Center at the Univer sity of South Florida. Beverly Grant, who wrote and directed the play, said this is her fourth gospel stage play and she 'll be on tour later this month. On May 14th, we'll shoot a live movie on this production." Grant said the one-on-one feeling you get from the audi ence is great for stage plays. "It brings you close enough where you can feel the audi ence Gospel is my life and I live it every day." Grant is a lifelong member of St. John Progressive M B Church, Bart Banks, pastor. She also says she's a native of Belmont Heights. "I've traveled for 27 years with various productions, and this is my fifth year as a direc tor. I also write gospel comedy and I try to make it as natural as I can. My son, William Hall, Jr., walks closely with me and my board of directors are family members." Grant's close friend, Patrick Banks, helps her a lot and keeps her afloat, and she said she gives God total praise for all of her blessings and success. Big Mothets Dav GoSPel Singing Sunday,May9,2010**3P.M. Eda(e Newki rk Center (formerly Orange Blossom) 3222 N. 34th St. ** Tampa On Program : New Faithfulaires Silver1etts Voices Of Praise Heavenly Trumpets Soul Revival Copeland Family Singers Wright Choice Plant City Voice Of God Lakeland Rev. & True Disciples Cash Prizes For Oldest Mother, Youngest Mother, Mother With Most Children Present Free D i nners For Everyone After Service Open Door Service! For More Information : Pastor Marion Crawford (813} 740-8241 (813) 83Q-2398 Pastor Roosevelt Crawford (813) 47Q-9147 Special summer Program Planned For Kids BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As the end of the school draws near, parents are scrambling to find a safe envi ronment for their children during the upcoming summer. One organization is offering a special camp for youngsters between the ages of 11 and 14. "G" and Dr. Sydel LeGrande, of Fruit of Glory Ministries, Inc., will operat e the summer program, known as Summer Sizzle," at Tapa root Community Cultural Cen ter, 1483 Tampa Park Plaza. The 6-week program begins June 21st and ends July 31st. Camp participants will have an opportunity to make their own music video, have classes in lyric writing (Poetry and English), Spoken Word (Pub lic Speaking) beat making (Music), dance (African to Hip-Hop) and they will also design their own personal label Dr. Sydel LeGrande said. The camp hours begin at 7:30 a m., and end at 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Seven teachers will be on hand to help the students The camp day begins with a word from Proverbs have meals provided and go on field trips. "We b e lieve in impartation not babysitting for th e youth who will be in our camp. Many camps have 6o to 100 kids with just a few workers It is impossible to truly impact a child's life with so man y kids. We want our kids to h a v e an opportunity to recognize their God-given gifts and tal e nt s, h ave fun, and l ea rn something in the process." After th e completion of th e videos, the youngsters, along with their family and friends, will have an opportunity to debut their videos at the end of the camp. Each camper will take home their own DVD with their original artwork as the label. The video debut will be part of the Back to School Bash, where school supplies, backpacks, gift certificates will be distributed. The red carpet video debut and Back to School Bash will be on Saturday July 31, 2010. Fruit of Glory Ministries will sponsor so% of the tuition cost. Full scholarships for the camp are also available. Registration packets are available and those wishirig to obtain more information can call (813) 226-4264. New Friendship M.B. Church 3201 E. Lake Avenue Tampa, FL 33610 5prio May 10-13th Knowing therefore the terror of the Lord we persuade men ; but we are made manifest unto God ; and I trust also are made manifest in your conscience. II Corinthians 8:11 You are welcome to come out and join us for four nights of praising, singing, worshipping, and preaching. Minister Chris Daniels Tuesday Minister George Harris Wednesday Minister Eugene Greene All ATe Welcome! Rev. Standford Shaw

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Local Chicago Transplanfs Tale tleads To Great Opponunities BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Five years ago, lesha Cuadra was devas t a ted when s h e was taken out of h e r hi g h sc hool in Chicago, and t r an s plant ed to Tampa. I didn't want to come and I wa s in th e middl e of high sc hool. In C hi cago, lesha was in h e r school c h oir and displaye d inte rest in acting, modeling, s inging a nd d a n c ing as a s m all child. After h e r a rrival in Tampa, lesha continued h e r dream o f b e ing a multientertainer and was with a company called Light s Out Worldwide Th ey were the first p eo ple to introduc e m e to the world o f e nt ertainme nt. After that ex p erie nce, I tea m e d up with Street Jam Entertainme nt. Since th e n I 've been with seve ral diff e r e nt o utfit s, b ut now I m with Left Fi e ld Entertainment and Matthew Edwards i s m y prod u cer. lesha said she's been workin g hard and ha s a so n g close to b ei n g released. She a lso has several other proje' cts she s working on. I've tried out for a role in a movie being released here called Sunshine. Acting is tough, because you have to remember lines Sponsored By IESHA CUADRA exac tl y how they r e written. I'm just startin g out as an ac t or, and I'm comfortabl e with virtually a n y role, espe cially comedy and action film s. lesha said she's co m e to terms with being in Tampa, and will make the best out of the opportunities that come her way. I know I'm new at this, but I'm still particular about what roles I take and the kind of work I'll do. I want to be successful but I know you also have to be patient." New Salem.M. B. C SHOWCASE OUR Ages 5-10 Registration $s'Ages 11-17 Registration Fee $1'0 Ages 18+ Registration Fee $25 Groups And Quartets -Prqdoction Date: May Call (813) 767 CHAMPIONS OF THE GAME AND STILL STA DING REAL WOMEN: KESHIA, KUTERIA, SANT, TRICE, SHAWNTE' AND TIFFANY Real women do real things and it takes a real woman to recognize anotlwr real woman! Enoug/1 said! r 0 :::0 Happy Mother;s Day to our entire crew .from one another! Bulletin \}rf.RJf,.n, "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 248-1921 en m z ::t Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church 4202 West Nassau Street Tampa, Florida 33607 ':"' Church Phone: (813) 872-6247 I Church Fax: (813) 443-5819 Rev. Dr. Linda C. Reese, Sr. Pastor/Shepherdess I= Elder Elliott McBride, Asst. Pastor REVIVAL -REVIVAL -REVIVAL May 10, 2010 7 P.M. c: 0:1 Theme: Going To The Enemy' s Camp, Prepared For Battle" C Our Goal: To Petition God For Reclamation and Revival For Our Lincoln Gardens & Carver City Communities m _........,--------------------.. c Bishop James H. Howell Sr. Pastor Cathedral of Faith Church, Tampa, FL ... Pastor 11 A M. Service Hour of Power May 10th & 111!' 7PM-SPM Evenings of Preaching May 121" 14th Nightly @ 7PM For Transportation Call Bro. Tim (813) 793-1061 Or Dea. Gray (813) 875-2346 ... 4 P. M. Service Color Scheme: Black And Gold Theme: "The Promise Of Victory" : c, :: ,.>: g All /Ve Wekxlme To Attend! m < m c! m en c z c c

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Local N 0 a: u.. 0 z c( 0 en w 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en :J m a. z i= w ...J ...J m I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u.. Retirement Celebration luncheon For Phvllis lawrence A retirement celebration luncheon honoring Mrs. Phyllis Lawrence wa s held a t the Colonnade R estaurant on April 23, 2020. Mrs. Lawrence retired from the State of Florida D epartmen t of Juvenile Justice afte r 36 years of loyal and dedicated services working with children, youth a nd families in th e Tampa Bay a nd surrou nding areas. She retired as a Juvenile Probation Officer Supervisor Mrs. Lawrence served as a great mentor and role mod e l during her long career. Her man y accomplishments served the Dept. of Juvenile Justice well and will be long remembered She is the first DJJ employee to be featured in the "E mployee Spotlight on the Dept. of Juvenile Justice Internet Home Page Honoree, Phyllis Lawrence, center, with her daughter, Kayla Lawrence and husband, Jesse Lawrence. Sponsored By: a -.. THE CHARMETIES, INC. -<1 .. Hillsborough County Chapter Saturday, May 8, 2010 9 p.m. -1 a.m. Location: The American Legion Post #248 2105 N Jamaica Street (yVest Tampa) Attire: White Casual Dress. Donation: $15.00 BYOB (Set-Ups Available) For lic](ets, Call (813) 621-2760 Music By William George Murphy, Assistant Chief Probation Officer, Department of Juvenile Justice, presents plaque to honoree, Phyllis Lawrence. Ronnie and Marina Pilcher were among the guests at the luncheon. Luncheon guests Harriet Scott and Cynthia Bowden. Bishop James H. Howell attended the luncheon honoring Phyllis Lawrence. Tampa Bav Vo-Tech Coach Honored BY LEON B. REW Sentinel Staff Writer The Tampa Bay o-T ch Girl Basketball team are District Champions, and on of their players, Jasmine Rodriguez, recei ed Pia er of the Year' honor in th National Divi ion. Her team mate, Dasia Daniels received second-team honors. Even more significa nt is the ac hievement of their coach, Reggie Lawrence. Lawrence was n amed Coach of the Year in the National Division Lawrence coached flag football at TBT for 5 years and has been involved with the girl's basketball program for 8 years This was hi s first year as head coach. Lawrence, the son of Carol Lawrence, is a Tampa native and graduate of Brandon High School. He attended Johnson C. Smith University where he competed in football. He graduated in 1998 with a B.A. degree in Elementary Education. Lawrence said his coach ing experience began during the summe r when h e came hom e fro m college. "I coached at the Boys and Girls Club. I di scove r ed then, working with girl s is a bi g c h allenge and keeping them focused on the team's goals are vital. That's what I brou ght to Tech. / I a l so di cov r d gir l s ar more willing to I arn tl1an th boys, and much more v r d in the fundamentals of bask t ball. Lawrence is proud of his team's accomplishments in winning the District Championship in his first year as head coach. "We expected to win the title and we lost in th regional semi-finals. I expect next year's team to be as good if not better with eight p l ayers returning I will a l so have ix seniors who will be moving on." Lawrence first won Coac h of the Year in Girls Basketball Western Conference 2010, then later h e got th e same awa rd in Flag Football. "I will co n ti nu e to work h ard. I e njoy worki ng on the high sc hool level but my ulti m ate dream i s to coach on th e college level." Aimed At America Bible Codes That Shoot Down Deceive r s mSCOVER TRUTHS CHURCHES WON'T TEACH! 1-877-BUY BOOK $13.95 also at: www.amazon.com Preview at: http://www.buybooksontheweb .com/produd.aspx?ISBN= 0 -7 414-56192 Health Porum Saturday, May 8, 2010 to 12:00 pm 506 East Harrison Street, Downtown Tampa Tampa, Fl33602 Phi Delta Kappa Sorority, Inc. would like to II'Mte you to participate In our Wll3l Health Fonm event This Is the time to I about dseases that face tDday's )'OU1h and women. Please contact Keeton Mer @ (813) 453-5380 to reserve a seat. The lrst 25 attendees wtl receive a actl'tff Kit. l..J.mch Provided

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L.ocal Foundation Announces Second Annual Award Dinner BY LEO:-./ B. CREWS Sentine l S taff\ Vritcr In O c t o b e r 2 007, Rowe and Carolyn Taylor g ot n e w s that no parent wants to hear Their daughter, Karen, was at Club Fluid in Brandon when an a rgument b ega n with a g r o up o f m e n a nd Tyrone Lamont Grimes. With a c r owd of mor e than 100 p eople inside th e club Grimes opened fire into the crowd. Karen was s h ot. The 36-yea r -old mother of three was pronounced dead at th e scene Less than a year later in April 2008 h e r father Rowe Taylor, Jr., 69, was driving down Interstate 4 when he pulled over to help ano ther motorist According to the Florida Highway Patrol Taylor tried to cross the l anes of the inter s t a t e when he was hit b y another vehic l e He was pronounced d ea d a t the sce ne. In honor of her l ate hus band Mrs. Taylor founded the Rowe Taylor, Jr. Foundation in 2009, and in May of th a t yea r th e foun dation h e ld it s first annu al Hero Award Dinner. On Saturday, Ma y 22, 2010, the foundation will b e host ing its Second Annual Hero Award Dinner. This year th ey will also be presenting their first scholarship award to col lege bound high school grad uates in the Tampa Bay area. Mrs. Taylor said last year's event was a huge s uc cess "Thanks to the generosity of so many people the event was one to remember. We are proud to announce that as a result of the Inaugural Gala last year, we were ab l e to pro vide back to sc hool pa cks to over 40 students, spo nsored a student, who was accepted to Landers College in Green woo d South Carolina pro vide several families with Thanksgiving and Christmas boxes and adopted a fami l y with seven children for Christmas and provided to ys, clothing, and food ROWE TAYWR, JR. Thi s year, the Hero Awar d Hon orees will b e Lauren Dungy, wife of former h ead coach Tony Dungy, and Doretha Edgecomb, School Board Vice-Cha irp er so n All Sports Community Service founder, Tyrone Keys, will receive the Trailblazer Award, and Deacon Charlie Ball will receive the foundation's Vanguard Life time Achievemen t Award. Master of Ceremony for th e even t will be comedian SteffonVann. For more inform a tion cal l (813) 239-1615. Activist Meets With Citv OHicial To Discuss Park Fees BY LEON B. C R E\\' S Sentinel Staff\\'ritl'r On \\'t'sl Tampa Community Activist and County Commission ca ndidate Dwight Bolden, met with City of Tampa Parks and R ecreatio n Di r ec t o r Karen Palus. Bold e n req u t ed th e m ee tin g to dis cuss alternatives t o th e in c re ased fee s for summe r progra m s and afte r sc hool program s. In W es t Tampa, the average fami l y can't a fford even the re duced fees That's why I came up with an a lt e rn ative tha t would ,.till moll< \ for the p:1rks whilt nt tlw s 1111<' tinw 11-hm poor fnmilits t o send thtir kids to tht \ Vhat Bol d n sup,gcst d ns allowing the.' s lit of wn lin).\ i tems a t the puks s u c h ns hotdogs and o tlt e r tltings "The money a q ui red fmrn tha t s hould k p th e parks fun -tiona and at th am tim" a llow poor famili t o s nd th ir childr n t o th summe r pro grams." Bolden a id in hi s m eting with Palus, h e told him th in creased fees ar s till very affor d ab l e am Voice your opinion Hot Line # (866) 9n-4820 For advertisement or sponsorshi opportunities Call Ki Cobra ses 244-()848. "T1 :0 0 )> _-< )> -< 1\.) 0 _. 0 r 0 :2 c > C/) m z m r I m c: r r z '"0 c: m c C/) :I: m c m < m ::0 -< -i c: m C/) c > z c :2 c _. ..... I >

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Local :D 0 Mother Wants Answers For Her Son's Death )> BY B. CRJ:W Sentinel Staff \Vriter On F e bru a r y 111, :uJio Jean Robert Fenelus, 19, wa s found f a t ally s h ot in a mobile h o m e in the 2000 block of Phyllis Pla ce, just s outh of East Broadwa y in th e Oak Run Mo bil e H ome Community. An investigation began into th e c ir c um s t a n ces surround ing Fenelus's death and th e investigatio n i s s till ongoing Marie Fenelus, Jean's mother, said s h e h asn' t go tt en any a n swe r s s inc e her so n 's death. I was up se t after hi s death when evel)'thing I read wa s in formation from so meone who wasn't a relative. No one ever tired talking to me M y son was not born in Haiti. H e is an American citi zen born in South Florida from H a iti a n parents. He was not a b a d person and he did not hang around people who were into n ega tive things." Ms. Fenelus said she wants accountability for her son's d ea th, in s pite of reports that th e incident m ay have been an accidental shooting. I don' t believe there was an accident. There are things going on now that causes me to believe this wasn't an acci-JEAN ROBERT FENELUS dent. I b e lie ve I'm entitled to know what's go ing on and that so meon e will b e punished for m y so n 's death. I'v e b ee n t rea t ed lik e a stranger throug h out this proce ss,. and I'm hi s mother." Ms. Fenelus said she knows who is re spons ible for her son's de ath, but n othing has happened. I haven t been able to ge t a copy of the police report o r any other documentation about what happened to m y son. Jean Robert Fenelus was the second oldest so n of Ms. Fenelus. She is a lleging the perso n responsible for his death has been sending her threatening text messages. I want justice for my son. All School Board Reiects Changing Calendar This yea r the Hill s borough County School District witnessed a high absentee of both students and bu s driv e r s on Good Friday However, in a 4-2 vote on Tuesday the schoo l board rejected making the day a holiday. For seve ral years, the Hillsborough County School District has can celled classes on the Friday before Easter known as Good Friday. the board voted to abolish the holiday and to hold classes on the day. The board gave parents who ce lebrate the religious hol iday the option of keeping their children home and calling the ab sence in Last month was the second time the new rule was put to the test. A total of 42% of the students enrolled in Hillsborough County and 19% of the bus drivers stayed home. In 2008, more than half of the student population and nearly half of the bus drivers were absent. The school board members also had the option of making the day a student holiday, but teachers would still be required to work. While the board cannot call the day a religious holiday, it does have the power to cancel classes on that day for practical purposes. The tentative calendar for next year has classes sc heduled for Good Friday. The issue will b e discussed again at the next regular meeting on May 18th Training Program For Legal Secretary Begins Monday, May 18, 2010 Enhanced Secretarial Training Progam To Qualified Participants Provided by: East Tampa Business and Civic Association (ETBCA) & the Single-Parent Family Foundation (SPFF) Requirements to Participate in Training: High School or GED Minimum Computer Skills (Word, Excel) Minimum Typing 45 wpm Resident of Hillsborough County Twelve (12) weeks of training to prepare students for employment as Legal Receptionists, Legal Secretaries or Assistants Followed by a six (6) week Internship with $8 per hour stipends. Final goal is employment in a law o r business office. To Apply for the Program Call ETBCA Office at (813) 248-39n Monday through Thursday 9 a .m. to 2 p.m. The program is funded by the Hillsborough County Board of County CommissJoners thro h the Commun Service Block Grant h e gotten is a l o t of misinf or mation; no truth about my it a r rantt'd our interYt>ntion. :0\aybe they feel a cri minal ac t -< 'Thi s case is n't dost>d It is ....., still an 1rtin inw. 1\.) son. Ms. Fcnelus said hl'r son's o _.. State :\tturne ys Office s p o k es m an, Mark Cox. sa i d th e case n e ,er r eally go t f o r mallv se nt to th e m P ulil'e Andrea Da,;s. said arl' workin g \\ith th e Stat e :\ttor n e y 's Office t o de t e rmin e if a n actual c rim e ha s been commit t ed. fianct' is expectl'd n boy in o about four m o nth s. -I can't t ell y o u wh a t it's about because TPD didn't' feel .* ... .. .. .. ..... . .. H e'll b e born without know ing hi s fatlwr and w e'll han to e xplain what h appe n e d to him." America Trusts 2115 E. 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or-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------____________________________________________________________________ Pro Bowler Willis Signs S5DM Deal PATRICK WlLUS SANTA CLARA, CA --AllPro linebacker Patrick Willis signed a $so million five-year contract extension with the 49ers on Tuesday that will take him through the 2016 season. Willis has developed into an NFL star under Hall of Fame linebacker Mike Singletary, a nd the 49ers coach expects his top defender to become even better The contract signed b y t he standout middle linebacker includes $29 million in gua r anteed money. H e i s se t to mak e $10 million per season. The 25-year-old Willis, the nth overall pick in the 2007 draft out of Mississippi has led the Niners in tackles in each of his first three seasons and has made 48 straight starts. He's received plenty of comparisons to Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis along the way, though Singletary consid ers them different players. -----------------------------------------0 a: u. c z <( c en w ::::) ... > a: w c w :I: en :::J m ::::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m I ...J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J u. Pacman Gets Second Workout With Bengals ADAM 'PACMAN' JONES CINCINNATI, OH -Cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones got a second look from the Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday, an indication that the team with a history of trying to rehabilitate troubled players might be con sidering its next project. The Bengals hadn't made a formal contract proposal. Jones was in town for his second workout with the team this offseason. Cincinnati is among a handful of teams that showed an interest in Jones, who was released by the Cowboys after the 2008 season and didn't play last year. NO MORE BORING SUMMERS! CAMPERS Will PRODUCE lHEIR OWN MUSIC VIDEO Cl ASSES INCLUDE: LYRIC WRillNG (POETRY & ENGUSH) SPOKEN WORD (PUBLIC SPEAKING} BEATS (MUSIC) AFRICAN DANCE & HIP HOP DANCE SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS JULY 30TH 2010 ANAL: RED CARPET VIDEO DEBUT Bucs KR Clifton Smith Signs 1-Year Tender CUFfON SMITH TAMPA Kick returner and reserve running back Clifton Smith has signed a one-year tender to remain with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Smith entered th e NFL as an undrafte d free agent in 2008. He made the Pro Bowl as a rookie after becoming the first pl ayer in club histo ry to r eturn a kickoff and punt for touchdowns in the same sea son. Sharper Agrees To Return To Saints DARREN SHARPER NEW ORLEANS--All-Pro safety Darren Sharper is returning to New Orleans for a chance to repeat as Super Bowl champion in 2010. Saints general manager Mickey Loomis also confirmed in an e-mail that Sharper had agreed to terms for one more season lawrence Tavlor Arrested, Charged With Rape SCFFERJ'\. Y --Football H all o f Famer Lawrence Taylor was arres ted Thursday and c h arged ith third -deg ree rape accordin g t o the Joumal News Th e Hudson Valley paper r e ports that th e form e r NFL s t ar was arrested at a Rockland hotel and t aken into custody by Ramapo police. He is being held pending arraignment Thursday afternoon. Police held a news confere nce Thursday afternoon. They did not immediatel y respond to questions about the circumstances of the arrest and whether Taylor, 51, had a lawyer Taylor was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1999 and compete d in ABC's Dancing With the Stars" l ast year. He h ad a highl y publicized strug g l e w ith drug addiction and Lawren e Taylor has b n charged with third-d gr rap a harg that involv having inter ours with a minor. has h ad multipl legal run -in in retirem nt A quick, fierce and a thl ti lineba cker who redefin d hi position Taylor anc h ored the Giants' defens e and l ed New York to Super Bowls titl s in 1987 and 1991. He was l ect d to the NFL's 75th Anniv r ary All-Tim e Team Ex-NFllB Rogers Dies In Car Accident ATLANTA Former NFL player and Georgia Tec h sta r Nick Rogers h as died in a o n e-car accide nt He was 30. The F ulton Coun ty Medica l Examiner's office says Rogers was killed abo u t 1:30 a.m. Monday w h en his car hit a utility po l e in College P ark, near Atlanta. Rogers, a 250-pound l ine backer, spent four years i n the NFL with Minnesota Green Bay, Indianapolis an d Miam i He started 16 games in each of two years with the Vikings in 2002-03. The n ext season he was with the P ackers for 10 games, the Colts for on e His last NFL season was 2005 -three games with the Dolphin s. He most recently NlCKROGERS played for Colorado of the Arena Football League in 2008 Rogers had 16-1/2 sacks as a defensive end at Georg i a Tech and wa s drafted in the sixth round in 2002 SUMMER BUS TOUR SPECIALS!!! 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o Corev Dillon Arrested For Alleged Assault on Wife COREY DILLON CAlABASAS, CA --Fonner NFL running back CoJ;"ey Dillon has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting his wife during an argument at their Southern California home The Los Angeles County s h eriffs office says deputies went to Dillon's Calabasas hom e Saturday after hi s wife, Desiree Antoine-Dillon, called 911. Th e s heriffs offic e says the couple argued over a pending divorce and child custody issues and she had minor injuri es He was booked and released on $50,000 bail. He already faces a court hearing after he was arrested last month when police allege he was driving drunk near Malibu. Corey Dillon played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1997 to 2003 and the New England Patriots from 2004 to 2006. Saints' All-Pro Evans Gets $56.1M Contract Richest Ever For NFL Guard JAHRIEVANS METAIRIE La.-Once a fourth-round draft choice out of Division II Bloomsburg, Jahri Evans is now the highest-paid interior lineman in the NFL. The Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints and Evans, who was both an All Pro and Pro Bowler last sea son, agreed Wednesday on a seven-year contract worth nearl y $57 million A person familiar with the contract said the deal was for $56.7 million, with $19 mil lion guaranteed. Th e person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the finan cial terms were not disclosed b y th e club. Ex-Dolphins WR McDuHie Wins $11.5M lawsuit MIAMI -A jury has awarded former Miami Dolphins wide receiver O.J. McDuffie $11.5 million in his lawsuit against a prominent physician over a career-ending toe injury. The jurors returned the award Wednesday against Dr. John Uribe following a 2 1 / 2-week trial. Uribe, a former Dolphins team doctor, called the decision a travesty and an appeal is likely. McDuffie's attorneys called the damage award fair compensation for his lost earnings. McDuffie sued for negligence and malpractice over treatment for the toe injury he originally suffered in 1999. He reached settlements with sev eral other doctors. McDuffie played u6 games for the Dolphins from 1993 to 2000. He had 415 receptions for 5,074 yards and 29 touch downs and also returned two punts for TDs. Jav-z To Suh: Don't let S Change You JAY-ZAnd NDAMUKONG SUH Ndamukong Suh has b ee n offere d words of wisdom from an unlikel y source The No. 2 overall draft pick recently got some career and life advice from Jay-Z. Suh met the rapper and part owner of the New Jersey Nets backstage at the Palms Casino Resort in March. "He said, 'Stay humble, hungry. And continue to press on,"' Suh said. "He was very proud of the way I carried myself and so forth. Just stay who you are, stay true to what you are and what you believe in. Don't change yourself. Don t let the money change you Kobe Makes Fifth Straight NBA All-Defensive Team KOBE BRYANT NEW YORK --Kobe Bryant is on the NBA alldefensive first team for the fifth straight year. Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo made the first team for the first time earning the second-most points behind the league 's defensive player of the year, Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard. Charlotte Bobcats forward Gerald Wallace also made the team for the first time, with the Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James making it for the second straight year. The league' s coaches vote on the team. The second team consists of San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan, guards Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat and Thabo Sefolosha of the Oklahoma City Thunder, and forwards Josh Smith of the Atlanta Hawks and Anderson Varejao of the Cavaliers. Wade's Ex-Wife Suing His Actress Girlfriend --Adding t o an a lr eady con t en ti ous di, orcc battle, Dwyane Wade's estrang d wife has fil ed a l aws uit claimin g hi s r e l ationship with actress Gabrielle Union i cau s in g her and th e star Miami H ea t guard's two sons e motional distress. Dwyane Wade called th e lawsuit "baseless and m e rit less ," and Union issued a statement insisting the alle gations are false. Siohvaughn Wade filed the suit in Chicago this week, the latest chapter in the lengthy, often-nasty divorce saga between the former high school sweethearts who separated in 2007. She and Dwyane Wade have two sons, ages 8 and 2, who are listed as plaintiffs "Eac h and every allegation made is entirely false, said C. Anthony Mulrain, an attorney for Union. The lawsuit alleges Union "engaged in sexual foreplay" in front of the boys, which "severely inflicted the Plaintiffs emotionally and mentally. It also claims that the boys received "medium size gifts" from Dwyane Wade for Christmas last year, while Union got "the biggest gift of all. DWAYNE WADE And GABRIELLE UNION Def e ndant has play d sex uall y exp licit roles, including roles as a seductr ss," the lawsuit "Defendant has apparently decided to take her role beyond the films and into the home of a married man, Dwyane Wade, in the presence of his two minor children." Damages in excess of $50,000 are being sought by Siohvaughn Wade. The suit also alleges that the Wade's oldest son has suffered from anxiety, mani festing itself in "s ignificant hair loss causing bald spots" and that the younger son "is suffering from feelings of rejection and depression." Said Dwyane Wade: "My primary concern is my children and actions such as this only inflame the situa tion and are harmful to their well being." ....... 1\) 0 .... 0 ., r-0 JJ CJ) m m r-1 aJ c r r-z "'tJ c aJ -----------------------------------------c & LADY ALL STARS CJ) :r:: m 0 m < m :J -i c m CJ) c > z c ., C

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0 0 entertainment N Ri ers Island Prison Guard Fired For Spving On c fE lil wavne, Files lawsuit AMELIA NEGRON . inset UL WAYNE NE W Y ORK--A f o rm e r priso n g u a rd a t New York 's Rik e r s I s l a nd i s out o f a job aft e r b e in g fir e d for r e port e d-l y s pying on Lil Wayne. C Amelia Negron i s filin g a a: f e d e r a l l awsuit a ga in s t the LL c c it y a ft e r s h e s a ys she w a s z f orced to conf ess t o s pyin g on < the Young Money head whil e h e continues to se rv e C hi s 12 month se nt ence a t th e en w facility. Negron was dismissed > from the prison after Rikers a: w > w c w l: en ::::; m ::;) Q. z ..J ..J ::;) m I ..J w z t= z w en a: 0 ..J LL offic i a l s say s h e purpose l y w alk e d int o a r oo m w h e r e Lil Wayne was b e in g h e ld t o s n e ak a peek at th e c e l e brity. Whil e s h e a dmit s t o ente r in g the room, the f orme r g uard s ays s h e wa s just try ing to s p e ak to on e of h e r col l e agu es. Sh e s a ys tha t o n e of h e r superiors offered to "take care of things" if she just admitte d that she wanted a chance to see Weezy, so she lied and confessed Rappers Bum $100 Thousand To Prove lfs Nothing Rappers Jon Geezy & Parlae decided to how every one in the world that the y had money to blow b y n o t only burning $ 1oo,ooo, but a ls o putting it o n youtube for the whole world t o see Parlae, who i s a rapper from the 2 hit wond er g roup "Dem F r a n chize Boyz. lisa Rave Speaks On Beef With Vivica Fox U S A RA YE Lisa Ray e m a d e a n ap p eara nce o n The W endy Willi a m s Sh o w Discussing eve rythin g from h e r tumultuous marriage with form e r Pr e mi e r of the Turks and Caicos Islands Michael Misick, she revealed that the divorce was now finalized, but they' re still working through the financial settlement. Lisa Raye also spoke on her estranged relationship with Vivica Fox and how she wasn' t around during the divorce. Aretha Franklin Cancels Jazz Fest Appearance ARETIIA FRANKLIN NEW ORLEANS Soul legend Aretha Franklin bas canceled her appearance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival but organizers and fans got lucky with a replacement. Earth, Wind & Fire happens to be in the area and offered to play on the popular music festival s largest stage. Festival spokesman Louis Edwards says the "Queen of Soul" told organizers on Thurs da y that she w ouldn t be able to perform. Edwards said she apologized to fans but wouldn t giv e a reason Oprah: Drivers, Put Down Your Phones Oprah Winfr y, t a nding with famili in distract e d-drivi n g ac i d cnts WASHINGTON-Oprah Winfrey wants Am ri dri t d e clar e th e ir ca r o Phon e Zon ." S a f ety a dvocat e hop e Winfrey' s tar pow r will brin g a ll n tion to th e g r o win g courg of eli tra t d dri r who nr blame d for an estima t e d 6,000 d aths a nd a h alfmilli o n injuri es a year. The advocates hop e to mimi c the s u c s o f ty a mpai n s in th e 1980 s that h e lp e d r e du e drunk n drivin g d alh s and increase d the u se of sea t be l t Chris Brown Curses Out Radio Personalitv "Why am I eve n do i ng t his i n te r v i ew? I a i n t do i ng th i s s**t!" A sch ed ul ed i nterview b etwee n Chris Brown a nd a V irg ini a radi o s t atio n quickly turne d sour aft e r the R & B singe r complaine d of hi s songs not g etting airtime, cur se d out the r a dio p e r s onal ity a nd l eft. When a n obvious l y p e r turbed Brown ask e d why he wasn' t playing any of his records. The radio host reports that he' s since received several phone calls from executives at Jive apologizing for their CHRIS BROWN arti s t The p e rsonality i s als o d eny ing claims that he alt e r e d th e audio to she d Brown in a negativ e light. Gucci Mane Camp Facing Concen lawsuit Although he' s still locked away behind bars, Radric "Gucci Mane" Davis is still managing to make headlines. Promoters have filed a lawsuit against Gucci Mane, his booking agent Johnnie Cabbell and his manager Debrah Antney, the former manager of Nicki Minaj and mother of Waka Flocka Flame. The lawsuit claims that Cabbell and Antney misap propriated money from concert promoters William Marshall of Marshall Productions and Derrick Brown of Rockstar Entertainment, by accepting deposits for two shows knowing that the rapper's travel restrictions would not allow him to perform. According to the lawsuit, Guccu's representatives took two $13,750 advances GUCCIMANE for the rapper to perform the shows in Pittsburgh. They are seeking more than $25,000 in damag es. This is not the first time Cabbell and Antney have had legal issues. They were sued for $175,000 in 2009 by a Florida concert promote r that claims they booked 20 shows for the rapper.

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Entertainment JJ Big Daddv Kane Gets Married Halle Berrv And BoYfriend Split HALLE B ERRY It' s official: Halle Berry and boyfriend Gabriel Aubry are going their se pa r ate ways Following Friday s multiple r epo rt s of a s plit b etwee n th e Oscar-winning actress and French-Canadian male model Aubry confirmed th e news am sad t o say that Halle and I hav e decided t oge ther to separate a t this time, Aubry's s tat e m e nt r ea d s Berry, 43 a nd Aubry, 34 fir s t m e t at a 2006 Versace ph oto s h oo t ; th ey n eve r wed --Th eir daughter Nabla was born in Marc h 2008. Th e duo i s c urrentl y work in g o ut a c u s tod y agreement for Nabla. On Thursday -the night before the breakup n ews hit -Berry made a cheerful solo appearance at the DKMS 4th Annual Gala. Ice Cube Contemplating New 'Fridav' Movie CHRIS TUCKER AndiCE CUBE I want to But I don t want to do it without Chris Tucker." When the first Friday a pp ea r e d on th e sil ver screen back in 1995, the r esponse was imme ns e and fans onl y wanted more from th e l ikes of Chris Tucker and Ice Cube. Tucker, how eve r did not r ep rise his role for th e subsequent film s and many fee l that the series gradually declined. Cube, fortunate l y after speaking with Moviefone, stated that h e would like to go a fourth round, but only with the help of Smokey. That 's what people want. I really want to give people what they want, especially doing it for a fourth time. Coming Soon!! BIG DADDY KANE And Wife, SHA WNETIE Big Daddy Kane and hi s fiancee, Shawnette got mar ri ed last Saturday in North Carolina. Birdman Bets $4 Million On Mavweather BIRDMAN Cas h Money CE O and o il man Birdman sat down to let fans know that not only was he supporting Mayweather, but that he put $4 million on Floyd and will be ready to put another $10 million on his fellow baller if Manny Pacquiao will stop hiding behind Larry Merchant and just tak e the drug test. Karaoke Thursday & Saturday Old School Part II Don Cheadle Suits Up For 'Iron Man' Sequel :\l'lor Don Cheadle is star ring in th e n e w and hi g hlv anticipated Iro n fan :1. A lifelo ng fan of larvcl comics, headlc is set t o replace fellow actor Terrence Howard as Lt. Colonel James 'Rhodey' Rhodes, who was thrill ed to get a chance to wear th e cos tume that is until h e tri e d on th e m etal suit r eq uir e d for th e rol e Cheadle's costume, mad e entire l y out of m e t a l w hi c h the actor admits made it uncomfort a bl e at times a nd an even g reat e r chall e ng e when trying to serve his c h aracter A l t h ough w a rin g th s uit was as th e ac t or d s rib d as a n es ary vii," headle says h e enjoyed p l ay in g th rol e a muc h a his pa t r o l es. Mariah carev, Nick Cannon Renew Vows Again )> "U JJ r w 0 1\) 0 ...... 0 ., r 0 :D C/) m z m r I OJ c: r r z "tJ c: OJ r-(i) :a: m c m LOS ANGELES-Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon's wed -< ding was so nice they did it thrice The sta rs celebrat e d their second anniversary with their third -< wedding, hosting a ba s h at their Hollywood Hills home. Th e lovebirds were snapped kissing and dancing in front of m t h eir guests, with Nick looking dapper in an all-white s uit and Mariah in a sparkling . Th e two ti ed the knot With a surpnse weddmg m the Baham as )> in 2008. Z ---------------------------------------0

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T h is means your p e r so nal compute r h as t o b e running a n in e se ri es vid eo ca rd and a l so a 3 D co mpli ant m o nit o r m a d e b y Ace r o r V i ewso ni c Obvi o u s l y yo u will h ave t o b e pre p a r e d to s h ell o ut a f e w extra dollars to purchase all this ad ditional compute r hardware. nd Horosco es The '\idia 3 D vis i on kit re tail for about 200 alone. y e t is well worth it. The 3D vision kit I confess i s m os tly meant for se riou s ga m e r s. However. it is not just g arn e r s that will b e de l ight e d wit h 3D games s u ch as Batman Asylum a n d Di rt 2. T h e w h o l e f amily can e n joy 3 D lik e yo u h ave n eve r see n b e f o r e exce pt in the m ovies. W a t chin g B atma n jump o ff th e sc r ee n i s quite th e thrill rid e. Th e 3 D ima gery i s v ery int e n se. If you would lik e to l earn more about the 3D vis ion kit go to the Nvidia web s it e ALL MY CHILDREN -JR pulls a fast one on Annie; Amanda fears history will repeat itself; David toys with Angie and Jesse. JR may confess everything to Marissa; David presses Madison to do his bid ding; Angie prepares to battle David. AS THE WORLD TURNS Carly tries to find out why Craig stole money from Parker; Luke struggles to choose between Noah and Reid. Gabriel takes a turn for the worse; Molly wants Holden's attention; Dusty secretly supports Janet financially. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Bill arranges a meeting between Donna and Eric where he acts as a mediator; Donna gives Eric her list of demands; Stephanie confesses to Thorne her hopes for her future; Hope and Oliver grow closer as a couple. Eric agrees to some of Donna's demands; Stephanie and Eric reminisce about their better years together; Pam finds her own creative way to rid Donna of Forrester Creations ; Nick interrupts a tense moment between Jackie and Bridget. 'DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Sarni tells EJ about the kiss he doesn t remember; Will finds an old photo of Kate and Madeline ; Rafe asks Calliope to work on getting info from Anna; Arianna and Gabi do some sis terly bonding; Chad confronts his mom about the picture Will found. Maggie collapses in Victor's arms; Calliope's persistent questions arouse Anna s suspicions; Melanie finds the birth-control pills Stephanie tossed and confronts her; Sami goes for a family swim with EJ and Johnny. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sonny squares off with Dante; Helena drips poison in Nikola s ears; Eliz abeth can't get over her feelings for Lucky. Michael learns his fate; Elizabeth hopes for a future with Lucky; Helena fuels Nikolas' anger ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Cole may catch a break; Todd and Starr put their heads together; Tea finds an unexpected ally in Blair. Tea may come clean with Todd; this might be the end for Cole and Starr; Blair sees things in a new light. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Amber makes a drastic decision in order to protect Eric; Chance turns the tables on Nick and Victor. Jana wakes up to a different world; Amber and David part. HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday This year, your desire for independence could create problems where group efforts are concerned. However, you have a delightful communication style that convinces others that you have their needs in mind. Love given will be returned in unique ways. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-You' re all too aware of your independent ambitions Now, however, apply that enthusiasm to the basics. First do the homework, then take on the world. Gemini (May 21-June 21) Bring your running shoes with you. There's no sitting around in the office today. In fact, you need to travel. Cancer (June 22-July 22) There's at least one stubborn person who doesn't want to go along with your plan. When you offer to pay, suddenly agreement comes easier. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-You're in the spotlight. There's no way you can escape publicity, but you can choose just the right words to thank supporters. Vugo (Aug. 23-8ept. 22) -To succeed independently, first solidify relationships within your peer group. You'll get twice as far with your friends behind you. libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You want to find the perfect gift for someone you haven t seen recently. It' s hard to know what this person might need, so pick something you might like yourself. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Associates take two approaches to solve one problem You may want to keep an eye on the spending. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -A stubborn person challenges you to redirect your thinking. Although you don t want to you may discover that tweaking your message brings everyone into agreement. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Challenge yourself to produce practical results today. You have all the materials you need and the approval of co-workers. Get it done! Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Household matters require y our skills and attention. Don' t let an y thing distract y ou when using sharp tools. Beauty harmon y and balance results. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Imaginativ e realiza ti ons fire up y our con v ersation s with co-workers. Listen and applaud. You don t need to take action. Aries (March21-April19)-If y ou re willing to talk about y our per s onal resources someone will share insights to help sol v e a proble m Get weement from e v eryone i n the group. . Movie R.eviews MOVlE REVlEWS A Nightmare On Elm treet A re m a ke f m the first E lm Street franchise The first Freddy w as th e best. till # 1 nt the box office-.. I. [ ..,* ] K i c k Asss-decide to b 'come supc.: rlwrocs. o l for kids. [ "* 1h ] T h e L o s e r s -This action mmie was very goo I. Nic I\ ist at th e e nd Didn't do well at b ox offi c [ "*" 112] T h e Backup Plau -c l Lo shoul d h av pass don this o n [**] Death At A Funeral-A h i lariou s om d /dram a s tar ri n g Chris Roc k Martin L nvren c a n d T r a M o r ga n Mu t see! [***112] Date Night -A b ove ave r age co m d y s t arring Tiny F y and Steve C arro ll [** '12] Why Did I Get Married Too -B ett r th a n th fir st. Mu s t S ee [****] Clash OfThe Titans-Hi g hl y disappointe d Look lik a 1V minise ri es! [**] How To Train Your Dragon -Kid s will lov e thi Dream Works animation. [****] Dairy Of A Wimpy Kid-Not reall y impressed with thi one ... definitely wait for the video [**] Alice In Wonderland -Alice returns to wonderland a a teenager to find out she has to slay the que n Tim Burton' fantasy film may be too dark for kid Made $n6M! (***) Brooklyn Finest -Director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, The Shooter) puts together this police drama tarring Don Cheadle, Richard Gere and Wesley Snipes. [* .. ) Cop Out -Bruce Willis and Tracey Morgan team up in this police buddy movie. Pretty funny. Enjoyed it! [***112) The Crazies -A virus turns the locals into murderous maniacs. Chaos at the highest level. [***112) Shutter Island -A Martin Scorsese horror movie about aU. S. Marshal (Leonardo DeCaprio) investigating a mental institution. [****] Valentine's Day -A comedy I drama starring many stars including Jamie Foxx that is surprisingly good. [***112) Wo(finan-The wolfman gets busy on the locals. Not for kids. Nice twist at the end! [***112] Percy Jackson And The Olympians-Nice special ef fects. Kids will love this movie. [ * *112] RATINGS **** Very Good 1 *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Video BAYMUDA DVD -$19.99 Encompa68lng The Entire Bay Area . Clearwater, Sl Pete, Tampa And Sui'IOU1dlng Cities, Countles AndHoodslll Order Onlnelll or call 1745 W. Hillsborough Ave. 813-443-4628

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Funerals ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 1 Aikens 1 ._________ MR. EZELL BERRIEN, JR. Celebration of love for Mr. Ezell Berrien, Jr. who passed away, Monday, April 26, 2010, will be held on Saturday May 8 2010, at 11 a. m. at 34th Street Church Of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Rev. Thomas Scott, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ezell Berrien, Jr., affectionately called, "Jr." departed this life, while a patient in the Habana Health Care Center, 2916 Habana Way, Tampa, 33603. During his care at St. Joseph' s Hospital in January 2010, his heart failed and he remained lifeless for lf.z hour before being restored back to life. He lived an additional three months before his demise on April 26, 2010. Jr. was a quiet and reserved man who didn' t need any fanfare. He was content in just knowing he had family that lqved him. He loved gospel music and classic 1V programs. Jr. was preceded in death by his beloved mother, Mildred Berrien. Those who remain to celebrate his life and cherish memories of him are: his father, Rev. Ezell Berrien, Sr.; 3 sisters, Judy Mathis (Howard), Lakeland, FL, Sherrie Berrien and Sonya Hadley (Michael); 7 brothers, l'\(orman Berrien, Gary Berrien (Shirlene), Deltona, FL, Dwayne Berrien (Leslie), Artis Berrien (Jacqueline), Jerome Berrien, Mark Berrien and Corey Berrien (Tashay), Pine Bluff, AK; godmother, Sarah Bankston, Lakeland; uncles, Horisten Berrien (Annie Mae), Bartow, FL, Alton Campbell (Versie), Jacksonville, and Booker T Campbell Jacksonville; aunts, Mary Travis (Meredith), Eagle Lake, FL, Elizabeth Russell (Morris), Ft. Meade, FL, Julia Mclean, Babson Park, FL, Jeannette Berrien, Ft. Meade, FL, Gladys Lewis, Ft. Meade, FL, Marlene Doyle (John), Tacoma, WA, and Joyce Berrien, Bartow, FL; nephews, Jamar Berrien (Shantel), Michael Berrien, Darius Berrien, Micah Berrien, Rodney Nance (Carolyn), Lakeland, Roderick Nance, Winter Haven, FL, John Nance (Stephanie), Lake Wales, FL, Javaris Berrien, J'Quan Berrien and Corey Berrien, II; nieces, Aisha Hadley, Shaquona Berrien, DeNitra Robinson, Alisa Berrien, Sophia Nance-skanes (Vann), Wmter Park, FL, JeroMesha Berrien, Brianna Berrien, Clarissa Berrien and Corionna Berrien 12 great nephews, 10 great nieces and hundreds of cousins; and special friends, Nelson and Sandra Albano. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home, Friday, May 7 2010, from 5-8 p.m. The family will receive friends from 6-p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralliome.net DEACON EDDIE FOUNTAIN, SR. Homegoing service for Deacon Eddie Fountain, Sr. of 7 13 N. Newport Avenue, who passed away Tuesday, April 2 7, 2010, will be held on Saturday, May 8 2010, at 2 p. m. at Greater Friendship M. B. Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, Rev. Madison Murray, pastor, Rev. Jerome Griffin, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Deacon Eddie Fountain was born June 16, 1933, to the parents of Robert and Maude Fountain. He was a member of Evening Star Tabernacle M. B. Church, Tampa. He was preceded in death by: his parents; the mother of his children, Juanita Fountain; brothers, K. C. Fountain, Robert Fountain and Joe Fountain; sister, Vera Stafford; son, Robert Fountain; grandson, DeShon Williams; and wife, Diane Fountain. He leaves to cherish his memories: his children, Joyce Faison, Eddie (Louise) Fountain, Andre Fountain, Angela (Arthur) Hickman and Larsenia (Steve) Porter, all ofTampa; his grandchildren, Joynita (Eugene) Jackson, Thomas Hickman, Sr., Steve Porter, Jr., Dwayne Williams, Terrance Fountain, Andre Fountain, Jr., Trevon Fountain, Josnia Fountain, Steve Belle, Kristina Hickman, Angel Porter, Tiara Fountain, Joe Weaver, Andrea Fountain, Ausnia Fountain and Latrell Fountain; great grandchildren, Khadijah Faison, Crystal Faison, Kevin Williams, Kareem Jackson, Leigha Hickman, Leyana Hickman, Makyla Hickman, Rashon Goode and Angel Woodruff; great, great grandchild, Brandon Brown; sisters-in-law, Barbara Fountain, Tampa, and Wilma Fountain, Bainbridge, Georgia; nieces, Afreida Fountain, Brenda Tucker, Diana Donaldson and Makesha Robinson; nephews, Howard Stafford, Allen Stafford, James Stafford, Steven Fountain, Johnny Foster and Jobnathan Fountain; a host of other nieces and nephews; cousins, Mildred Fountain, Waymond and Gertrude Wtlliams, Willie Joe and Martha Williams, and Mary Johnson, all of Tampa, Dickey and Betty Whiteside, Mrs. Bailey and family, Ella Godfrey and fantily, John and Phyllis Henry, Lizzie Rushing and Mrs. Cleveland. The viewing will be held at Evening Star Tabernacle M. B. Church, 3716 E. Paris St., Friday, May 7, 2010, from 5-8 p.m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the se.rvice. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfunera]bome.net MRS. ROSALAND CHRISTINE MADIR Homegoing service for Mrs. Rosaland Christine Madir of Tampa, who passed away on Wednesday, April28, 2010, will be held on Saturday May 8 2010, at 10 a m. at St. Mark M. B. Church, 7 221 Sherrill Street, Tampa, Rev. Darryl M. Matthews, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery. Rosaland was born March 7, 1958, to Harry, I and Ruth Ann Craig in Toledo, OH, on March 7, 1958. Well known to everyone u s "Roz," she is the firs t of her siblings to leave for her heavenly home on Wednesday evening, April 28, 2010. She was joined in holy matrimony to Alfonso Peralta on March 21, 1995. She was preceded in death by: Rosa Lenoir (grandmother), Thomas Johnson (grandfather), Pearl Craig (grandmother) and William Craig (grandfather). She leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Alfonso Peralta; parents, Ruth Ann Neal and husband, Otis, and Harry Craig, 1 and wife, Anita (Dallas, TX); brothers, Israel Howard, Jr., Mario Howard, Harry Craig, II, Ralph Craig, Columbus, OH, Robert Sampson, Jr., and Otis Neal, Jr., Arkansas; sisters, Yvonne Rodgers, Charlotte, NC Annette Craig, Detroit, MI, Debra Langhorne, Tiffany Craig, Charlotte, NC, Ornitha Neal and Linda Griffin; aunts, Elaine Johnson, Dorothy Craig and Della Craig, Toledo, OH, and Jackie Johnson, Detroit, MI; uncles, Thomas Johnson, D etroit, MI, Robert Craig, Jackson, Michigan, and Richard Craig, Charlotte, NC; nieces, Twanda Howard, Monique Howard, Charkhan Howard, Shala Howard, Ja-Ana Wilson, Mariyonna Howard, Mariah Howard, Diana Bangida, Courtney Craig, Jynell Langhorne and Serena Langhorne; nephews, Ernest Howard, Lerome Howard, Israel Howard, III, Isavion Howard, Israel Howard, IV, Mario Howard, Jr., Damarion Howard, Daniel Gatabaki, James Gatabaki, Michael Gatabaki, Tyrell Langhorne, Adrian Rowe, Davon Craig and Jayvon Craig; cousins, Irma Truss (Shellie), Cylde Allen (Hattie) Clarence Allen, Lee Allen, Imogene Hubbert, Carolyn Harris, Cynthia Vereen, Cecil Hubbert (Elsie), Eric Truss (Glenda), Rhonda Moultray (Michael), Cecilia Daniels, Rosalind Jones (Isaiah), Lorraine Hillman (Calvin), Yvonne Mckinney (Thomas), Sheila Johnson, Keith Johnson, Carolyn Johnson, Lorenzo JohDson, Earl Hubbert (Robin), Wright Cusseaux, Jr., Marvin Davis (Janet), Helen Flagler (Keith), Salathia Davis (John), Janet Neal and Gary Harris; goddaughter, Nei Harper, a host of cousins, and great grand nieces and nephews; special friends, Pamela Griffin, Heidi Liberspein, Nina Harper, Kelly Doster, Billie Allen, Desiree Denson, Brenda Howard, Sandra Hammond and Mary Mess-ner. The viewing ";11 be held u t Aike n s F uneral Home on Friday. !\lay-. :!OtO. from p 111. The famil y w ill rccl'ive friends from s --:30 p Ill. a t S t Mark l\1. B. C hurch. T h e family nnd fri e nds nrc asked t o meet a t the church o n Snturday f o r t h e scn icc. AI KENS F ERA.L 1101\1 E MRS. BEATRICE ROBINSON Homegoing service for Mrs Be11trice Robinson of Tumpa, who passed uwuy on Monday, May 3 2010, will be held on Suturday, May 8, 2010, at 2 p .m. at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, 2511 E. Columbus Dr., Rev. Wulter Williams, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs . Robinson was born October 17, 1908, to-Robert Anderson and Mary Margaret Fields in Dothan, Alabama. She was a member of New Mt. Zion M. B. Church and Order of Eastern Stars. She leaves to cherish her memories: her only son, Fred,die Robinson (Tiffany); brother, Kato Hightower and family; special nephews, Windell Robinson, Carlton Nelson, Sr.; nephews, Freddie Lee Haynes and Fulton Anderson; niece, Frankie Chisum; great nieces and nephews, great, great nieces and nephews ; godchildren, Domnick Johnson, Nevea Nelson and Sabrina Nelson-Winters ; and special friends, Minnie Lou Drew, Mrs. Marshall, Luvenia Henry, Luvator Nelson and Geraldine Nelson. ; .Jackson --------------Mcmoriul homegolng bration for i s aroline luck Squas h who passed uway on May 1, 2010, at a locul healthcare facility will be held Saturday, May 8 2010, at 11 a. m. at St. Mary Missionury Baptis t Church, 3910 W. Laurel Street, with Rev. Wulluce z Bow rs, pastor, officiating. Sis Cnroline Ia k Squus h wus born ,July 7, 1909, in Tnllnhussee, to Mr. und Mrs Shedrick (Jennie) luck, r. She was n founding mcmb r of St. Mary Missionary Buptlst Church of Tampn, with Rev. Wallace z. Bowers, pustor. h wus very active in many capucities of the church serving us Sunday School Teacher, President of the choir until she b came ill, and a variety of other duties. She was preceded in death I by: her parents; her husband,, Sampson Squash; and son, Calvin Levine. She leaves to cherish fond memories: qiec;e, Mary C. Put! more, Talla.Ha ee; greutl nephew, Eddie Davis and wife, I Harriett, Tampa; great niec Rose Perry-Platt and husband, Rick, Tallahussee; and a ho t of other sorrowing relatives and friends Family and friends ure a sked to meet at the church, 3910 W. Laurel Street at 10:50 a. m. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNE RAL HOME. """" 1\) 0 0 ., r 0 :!! 0 > en m z m .,. c: IXJ r c;; ::::t m 0 m < m :n -< -1 c: m en a The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, May 7, 2010, from 5-8 p.m. t)> -< > z 0 ., The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for thes e nrice. 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Funerals SHARHONDA KAYE BROWN ( 'MISS K') Homegoing services for Sharhonda Kaye Brown ( "Miss K ) who passed away on Sunday, May 2 2010, will be held on Saturday, May 8, 2010, at 12 p. m. at Saint Matthew Missionary Baptist Church, 1006 South soth Street, Pastor Alec F. Hall, with Bishop Isaac Andrews, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. :;: Sharhonda Kaye Brown was C born on June 30, 1975 in Tampa. She attended Edison Elementary School and Middleton Jr. High School and graduated from Gaither Senior High School, class of 1993. She was employed by Coventry Health, Inc. a: LL. c z < :;: c en w ::: 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: en ::::i m ::: a. z tii ..J ..J ::: m ...:. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL. She was preceded in death by: her maternal grandparents, James and Rosetta Robinson; paternal grandmother, Ora Lee Brown; paternal grandfather, J D. Harden; maternal great grandmother, Roser Hills; paternal great grandmother, Mayola Thompson; uncle, Edward Brown; aunt, Shirley Mays; grand aunts, Lorene Baker, Queen Esther Simpson, Doris Batchelor and Susie Thompson; and grand uncles, Dr. James Brookins, Sr., Wellborn Simpson, Joseph Thompson and Emmanuel Batchelor. She leaves to cherish her memory: loving and devoted parents, Melvin and LaNita Brown; 2 daughters, Destiny Brown and Diamond Harrell; a loving brother, Anthony Hart (Erica); 3 loving sisters, Tonia Brown, Tanya Facion (Claude), and Jacqueline Facion (Jeffrey); 9 nephews, Gregory Durr, Danny Facion, Michael Wilkes, Darius Jones, Lavontae Facion, Swilley, Anthony Hart, Jr., Javaris Richards and Aaron Hart; 2 nieces, Victoria Hart and Tashanty Owens; aunts, Marion Williams, Katreen Robinson, Jacqueline Taylor, and Janis Johnson (Earl); uncles, Pierce Curry, Jr., Wtlliam Brown, Kenneth Brown, Sr., Anthony Brown and Eugene Harden (Antoinette); grand aunts, Vernell Wtlliams, Evelyn Brookins, Joyce Semper and Gwendolyn Lindo; cousins, Karen Glover (Timothy), Kenneth Brown, Jr., Eroy Hagens, Jr., Earnest Hagens, Arnitra McMillan (Eddie), Robert Robinson, Michael Robinson,J:.aTosha Jones, Cecil Johnson and Corey Johnson; devoted friends, Norene Miller, Ted and Ardrea Cannedy, Wtllie Brown, Jr., Kisha Brown, and Denise Parham; TGH Nursing Staff, 6th Eoor-A Section, Life Path Hospice "Sapphire Team;" and a host of other sorrowing friends and relatives. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today Friday, May 7, 2010, at Ray Wtlliams Funeral Home, 301 Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 734 Climate Drive, Brandon. FL Friends are. MR. WILLIAM T. KING, JR. Mr. William T King, Jr. of 1611 Dawnview Drive, lived life to the fullest and was called to his eternal home on Saturday morning, May 1, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 8, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Reverend Kevin Dennie, officiating. Mr. William T. King, Jr. was born December 16 1950, in Montgomery, Alabama, but lived for over so years in Tampa. He attended St. Peter Claver Catholic School and was a proud graduate of George S. Middleton High School, class of 1968. He was also a member of the Middleton Marching Band. Upon graduating from high school, he joined the United States Army and fought in the Vietnam War. After years in the Army, he later attended the University of Tampa where he studied Fine Arts and Marketing. He most recently worked for the New York Yankees in Tampa. Although he was known for his candor and forthrightness, he was also very loving, funny, genuine, warm and charming. William had a contagious passion for music and loved to sing. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Betty Alexander Thomas; and his father, William T. King, Sr. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Bridget Davis-King; 4 daughters, Kenya Johnson, Rishona King, Tovaw King and Chanaw King; 2 sons, Hagab King and Kemuel King; a son-in-law, Russell Johnson; a grandson, Jeremiah Burnett; a granddaughter, MacKenzie Johnson; 6 sisters, lrenetha King-Nichols, Cynthia King, Joann King, Ivy King, Myra King, and Roberta Jackson; 3 brothers, Michael King, Sidney King and Gregory King; a special niece, Freneschia Robinson; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, extended fanilly, and dear friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, Friday, May 7, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. CRISIS MR. ROBERT 'BOB' WARREN WASHINGTON On Friday, April30, 2010, God found it bes t to call Mr. Robert \Varren Washington from labor to reward. A celebration of life for Mr. Robert Warren Washington will be held on Saturday, May 8 2010, at 2 p. m. at Stone' s Memorial Funeral Home in the Edward W. Stone, Sr. and Fannie B. Stone Memorial Chapel, 5016 North 22nd Street, Tampa, with a local pastor, officiating. Interment will be held at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 East Chelsea Street, Tampa. Mr. Bob was born on March 19, 1926, in Tampa, to Lewis and Anna Washington, who preceded him in death. Mr. Bob received Christ at an early age. He attended the schools of Hillsborough County. For many years, he was employed at West Cement Company until his retirement. He also worked at the New Lounge from time-to-time as a maintenance man. He leaves to mourn: 2 daughters, Barbara Washington McCray of Bridgeville, Delaware, and Robinelle Washington of Jacksonville; stepdaughter, Eliza Tarver ofTwin City, Georgia; 2 stepsons, Charles Pierce of Jacksonville, and Alfred Pierce of Tampa; sister, Addie Clark of Indianapolis, Indiana; brother, George Washington of South Carolina; 4 grandchildren, Horace Haynes of Bridgeville, Delaware, Kendra Fedricks, Luchanda Hill of Tampa, and Donta Mitchell of Bridgeville, Delaware; 8 great grandchildren; a devoted niece, Linda Dixon of Tampa; a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends; special friend, Betty Jean McCray of Tampa; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will reoose at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, on Friday, May 7,2010, from 5-7 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home on Saturday, May 8, 2010, at 1:45 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., L. F D. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADnnONALSERVICE" t JOHN HARMON UD.81J 626-8600 JAMES HARMON liD N. 40th Street Rorida 0 MR. ROOSEVELT VICKERS Mr. Roosevelt Vickers wus born to the union of the lute, Mr. Oliver Vickers, Sr. and Mrs. Ernestine Houston Vickers on July 27, 1939, in Plant City, FL. He was reared in a loving and Christiun home. He attended the public schools in Hillsborough County and graduated from Marshall High in 1956 in Plant City. Mr. Vickers worked for the Department of Juvenile Justice for 33 years and he has held several positions throughout the department. He retired from the department in 2000, as an Assistant Superintendent. Mr. Vickers has worked most of his adult life in the criminal justice field. He loved his family and spent most of his time with family members. Mr. Vickers was preceded in death by: his brothers, Oliver Vickers and Butler Harris Vickers; and two grandsons, Marvin Griffin and Derrick Martin. He leaves to mourn his death: a loving wife of many years, Bertha Vickers; 12 children, Roosevelt Vickers, Jr. (Tina), John Vickers (Contina), Yvonne Vickers, Daphne Montgomery, Charlie Riggins, Jr., Sharon Vickers, Latrache Elaine Riggins, Bivinsky (Wimp) Freeman (Glynis), Tracy Vickers, Felicia Sledge Vickers, Ramona Vickers, and Adrain Vickers (Tiffany); grandchildren, Sheena Roosevelt, III, Shanna, Jonisha, Je'kea, Chantel, Jon, Jr., Jonita, Devin, Jontavious, Demetrius, Rashonda, Javara, Aja, Emmett, Tonisha, Shaquita, Marquita, Keon7 Carl, II, Craig, Bivinsky, Jr., Akira, Tiffany, Janald, Marshana, Donte', Kendall, Nadia, Chasity, Aramis, Adrian, Marlon, Ar'shanti, Trazaris, Darryl, Timothy, Diatris, Wontavia, Wonicia, Kiarra, Mykeshia, Sylvester, Shamari, Raynona, Aesha, Alexis, Adrian, Jr., and Elijah; a host of great grands; brother, Kenny Vickers (Debra); 4 sisters, Maxine Daniels Payton, Imogene Dukes, Veronica Vickers and Jeanell Loretta Vickers; brothers-in-law, Gus (Mary), AI (Mary), Rich (Sandy), and Leon (Chris); sisters-in-law, Anna Belle, Carrie (Willie), Joann, Beatrice (Maceo), Rosedell (Mack), Lillian and Rhea; two aunts, Louvenia Knighten and Margaret Houston; a host of other cousins, nieces, nephews and sorrowing friends. The wake will be held on Friday, May 7 2010, from 6-8 p. m. at Washington Funera'l Chapel, 909 W. Madison Street, Plant City, FL, 33563-5345, (813) 752-9540. The service will be held at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, 804 W. Renfro Street, Plant City, FL Funeral services provided by WASHINGTON FUNERAL CHAPEL. MS. BRID EITE NICOLE'M. B PARHAM-JA KSON Homegoing I brntion for M s Bridg tte M s 8 Nl ol Purhnm-Jnckson of Tnmpu, who passed uwny Monduy, April 26, 2010, will b h ld nt urduy, May 8 2010 at 2 p .m. nt the 24th Avenue hur h Of God In Christ, 1703 E. 24th Avenue, with the Pastor, Dr. Harry A. Scott, Jr., offichtting. Tnt rm nt will follow in Rest Hnv n Memorial Park m e t ry. She leuves to c I brat h r life: a loving und d vol d duughter, Faith Gnbriell Br unne Parham; a dedicnted mother and stepfath r, Llndu and Eddie Scott; father, Alfred Parham (Vivian Harris); maternal grundparents, Grace und Paul Lee; paternal grundmother, Corn Purhnm; sisters, Sonya (Emmunuel) ColJuzo and Evungelina (Churles ) Hart; brothers, Percy Lee (Thclmu Reaves) Seneca O'Ryun Dukes, Vincent Tuylor, Rasben Price and Alfred (Latoya) Parham, Jr.; niece, Taylor Martinez; nephew, Tyler Lee; stepbrother, Eddie Scott, Jr.; step sisters, Fclecia, Tcnnith and Trion; aunts, Barbara Pottinger, Murilyn Lee, Trlnn (Chris) Singleton, Theresa Bennett, Bernadine Peoples, Jeanette (Greg) Stokes and Loretta Williams; uncles, Richard (Cynthia) Lee, Steve (Ronette) Lee, Michael (Laurie) Lee, Jerome Pa.rham and Ronald Williams; and a host of cousins and numerous friends who include lifelong devoted friends, Angela "Nikki" Tolbert and Vera Reaves and the family of 24th Avenue Church of God In Christ. Bridgette, you were and will always be my best friend -Mom. Bridgette was born on September 25, 1974, in Tampa. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Tampa Bay Vocational Technical High School, with a Certificate in Accounting. She worked for numerous companies within the Tampa Bay area. Bridgette was baptized at 24th Avenue Church Of God In Christ at an early age by Dr. Harry A. Scott, Jr. and remained a member until God called her and she answered His call. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, May 7, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-fnoeralhome.com

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., JJ BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY OF IN MEMORIAM MS. CHARLIE MAE WALKER Homegoing celebration for Ms. Charlie Mae Walker of Tampa who passed away Friday, April 30, 2010, will be held Saturday, May 8, 2010, at t p m at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 W. Grace Street, with the Pastor, Reverend T. D. Leonard, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Ernest Washington and Susie Ponder; and grandson, Antwuan Gri gley. She leaves fond memories with: her children, Jac.kie Cliatt and friend, Kenn y, Glenda Givens (Melvin), Elton Grigley, Shelton Grigley and Charlene Grigley Diaz Williams; 16 grandchildren, Ruben Cliatt (Jennifer), Marquilas Cliatt, Melvin Givens, Tia Grigley, Celicia Rogers, Cerissa Wimberly, Keena Wade, Dominique Wade, Eltonisha Grigley, Elton Grigley, Shelton Grigley, Joseph Grigley, Brittany Ealy, Ebony Grigley, Antwuan Grigley, Jr. and Brian WiiJiams; 7 great grandchildren, Lisa Patton Cliatt, Trayel Weston, Dadeon Lee, Markis Williams, Keith Jones, Markis Miley and Keenan Williams; aunt, Elizabeth McGee; niece, Johnnie Mae Washington (Joseph); nephews, Craig Weaver (Connie), Keith Weaver (Cheryl) and Willie Weaver, Jr.; godsons, Kenny Lyons and Eric Holland; goddaughters, Dollena Davis and Valadia Birt; cousins, (like sisters), Alice Best, Vivian King (Thomas), Christella Moore (Willie) and other cousins, Eddie McGee and Jessie Leggette (Freddie); brother-inlaw, J. B. Williams (Deanie); and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends A native of Colquitt, Georgia, Ms. Walker had resided in Tampa since 1958. She was a member of Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church. The remains will repose from 5-9 p.m., Friday, May 7, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 12:45 p.m., Saturday. "A WilSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com NORA HUDSON When thoughts go back across the years, as they do, it seems as if each memory is special, because of your kindness and unselfish ways. Love, the Hudson family. REMEMBERING MRS. VIOLA_ MCKINNON Sunrise: May7, 1905 Sunset: May 2, 1995 Momma, it's been fifteen years since God called you to come and rest. Fifteen years of missing, remembering and living by the lessons in life that you taught us so well. Yes, you taught us right from wrong, and the golden rule and how to apologize and try to make amends for the mistakes we make. Words cannot recall the many ways you had of showing us how to get along in life, but every day we have had to make some decisions and every right decision was because of something you taught us. We celebrate your life this week and always. Fred "Baby Rawls and wife, Mary, Dorothy "Kitty" Daniels, and our families. earth tias No That Cannot "A Family Friend In Tneir Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner JULIET MCCALL May 12th Twenty years have passed since you departed from us. Time has not erased the loss we feel. The love we shared in our hearts for you still remains in our minds. Sadly missed by: your children, Reginald, Donald, Steve, Clemen tis and Rodney McCall; and a dear and loving friend, Sam Brown. FOREVER REMEMBERED MR. CURTIS JONES October 25, 1935-May9, 1998 We thought of you with love today, but that is nothing new. We thought about you yesterday and days before that, too. We think of you in silence. We often speak your name. Now all we have are memories and your pictures in frames. bgYour memory is our keepsake, with which we'll never part. God has you in His keeping, we have you in our hearts. Your wife, Rosalie; daughters, Cathy Arrington (Matt), Curtistine Gardner (W"tlliam); and grandsons. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself, 813) 248-1921 BARRY A. KEATON Sunrise: May 4, 1974 Sunset: April19, 2008 Happy birthduy, Barry. We wish you could've been h e r e with us, but it's okay because you're home with God, which i s a belt r place. Remembering you is easy, but there is an uche within our hearts that will never go awuy. We would've given nnythingjust to hear your voice again. From, mom, family and best friend, Nolan. IN MEMORIAM MOTHER THELMA RIVERS May 5, 1926 -May 13, 2009 A year ago we celebrated your birthday May 5th, Mother's Day May 10th and on May 13th our Lord and Savior called you unto Himself. Our hearts are heavy with grief, but we also rejoice, for we know ... absentfrom the body, present with the Lord." You're always in our hearts and minds (see you in the rapture). All our love, your children, grandchildren and spiritual chil-dren. ...... 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r 0 JJ 0 > (J) m !:j z m r I m c r r z "tJ c m c (J) :r: m 0 m < m -4 c m (J) 0 > z 0 ., JJ 0

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0 a: u. 0 z <( 0 (f) UJ :::J ..... > a: UJ > UJ 0 UJ :I: (f) :::i m :::J a. z t= UJ ..J ..J :::J m I ..J UJ z t= z UJ (f) <( 0 a: 0 ..J u. <( I N N w (!) GREGORY K. REDMON 2-24-68 5-9-08 You quietly with your special thoughts unknown. But you did leave u s with lots o f love and m emories we a r e all so very proud to r emembe r to hold on to and treasure each and every one of them. So dear Lord in heaven, w h e n you walked through your garden, especiall y on 5/9/08 and chose m y son the very bes t and you didn' t make a mis take for h e was your very best choice o f an angel. Happy two-year anniversary, Greg in heaven. From your lovin g family, all of us, and friends: mom, dad, Mary and ,Johnny, Tamara, Rosalyn, Micheal, Charde, Shannon, Regina, Jennife r Yvette, Alana, Warren, Polo, George, Zack, My-Lei, Philon, your Verizon family, RIP Ice. Much love, the Thomas-Abby Family. -IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR DAD AND GRANDDADDY GREGORY K. REDMON 2/24/68 5/9/08 Daddy, our family chain has been broken. Nothing will ever be the same again without you in our lives. But, as the Lord calls us one-by-one, the chain will be linked again and we all will be with each other again forever. Happy anniversary in heaven today, dad. Gone much too soon from us, but never forgotten by any of us. All of your loving children: Shakaria. Giannia, Jarrien, Sherita and Kallis. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DESTINY 'MS. DEE' ECHOLS 5 / 8 /06-11/ 3 /09 JUST BEGAN 1 Year ENJOYING LIFE 2 Years GOT MY WING AND HALO 3Year Love ones please don' t grieve f o r me. Even thoug h I w ent to lleuven nt the t ender nJte of three. I am free now, please don' t s h e d another tear, I u rn having m y birthduy with Jesus this year. Not a day goes b y tha t we don' t miss you. From: mom, Tasha; dud, Darron: Lois und Ms. Cynt; grandpa, Cntig; grent Jttunny, Maude; aunts, uncles and cousins. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM GARRICK B. FISHER, SR. 5/9/1971-7/15/2002 You of everyday. Our memories of you will never die. We love you very much and always Sadly missed by: your mother, Shirley Fisher; best friend, Tyrone Mitchell; and family. r, 1 -f --L rJ :tJ;Ve IJig rensons ro roliSI er_ Wilson Jlonie '" : -. . If e ; t ;... . }'i We can't afford to provide anything less than impeccable service, or to leave you with less than the best impreSsion possible. 2 You're not just our client, you're our boss 'We doni lose sight of who we're working for. After all, you're the one we answer to. 3 We arrange funerals, we don't sell them. It is our responsibility to honor your wishes and respect your budget 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a part of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fining tribute is important to you, and you don 1 deserve to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME lm N. 29th St Tampa, Flim; (fm) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 WNN.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne L Bright Manager

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, Memoriam Cards of Thanks IN LOVING MEMORY THANK EXPRESSIONS OF OF OUR LEGEND YOU APPRECIATION WILLIE L. JACKSON, SR. 'Grasscutting Jackson" April30, 1935 (Birthday) May 5, 2001 (Transition) 'Daddy' It's been 9 years since your transition to heaven. Every day we give the heavens above a passing glance. We miss you so much daddy. Happy 75th birthday and God bless your day of transition. Love in the heart. Your children, Willie, Jr. (Deveda), Jessie, Sr. (Maxine), Ricky, Sr. (Daphne), Robert (Cathy), Annie (James), Hardie (Tip), Ann, Linda and Brenda; grandchildren, great grandchildren; and your wife, the late, Mrs. Annie L. Jackson. CARD OF DIANKS JEANE TIE WILLIAMS-BROWN We the family of the late Jeanette Williams-Brown, would like to express our deepest appreciation for all acts of kindness shown during our time ofbereavement. Thanks for the cards, calls, food, floral arrangements, financial support and many prayers. Special thanks to: Genesis Rehab Services, Genesis Employee Foundation, Mt. Tabor M. B. Church and staff, Pastor T. D. Leonard, Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church, Pastor Dr. C. T. Kirkland, First Baptist Church Of Lincoln Gardens, Pilgrim Rest M. B. Church, City of Tampa Solid Waste Dept. friends of Oaks Of Riverview, Howard W. Blake High School, Class of 1971 LaPaloma Head Start Center, Cynthia Echols, Floyd Joy Rivers and Deandra Marshall. Very special thanks to Ray WilliantS Funeral Home and staff. t CARD OF THANKS CHARLES EDWARDDIX The entire family of the late Charles Edward Dix offers our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for your prayers, condolences, flowers, visits, comforting words, cards, and especially your presence with us as we said our final goodbye here on Earth. Special thanks go out to: eulogist, Pastor Larry Troupe, Harmon Funeral Home, and Blake High School, classes of 1967, 1970 and 1971. We especially want to thank everyone who knew Charles and helped him in some way by giving him food, money or showing him some other act of huntan kindness. Your kindness will never be forgotten. The Family. Voice of Our Co-,.n.,nun.iry Speaking for JOSEPH 'JODY WASHINGTON The family of the late Joseph "Jody"' Washington wishes to express sincere appreciation for those many acts of kindness, calls, messages of sympathy and visits offered in our bereavement. Thank you. The Washington Family . CARD OF THANKS MRS. MABLE T.SHEPHARD The family of the late, Mrs. Mable T. Shephard, wishes to express our sincere thanks for your prayers, visits, cards, calls, food, florals and other acts of love and compassion shown during the illness and homegoing of our loved one. Special thanks to: Pastor T. D. Leonard and the Mt. Tabor Church family, Sisters Gwen Curry, Gloria Barnes, Gwen Hagen, Mary Walker, Annie Hicks and Ruth Smith, Dr. Kathleen Kilbride, the "State Street Neighbors," and Ray Williams Funeral Home and staff. The Shephard and Jenkins Family. The ( mily of the lute Oscur French. Jr. acknowledges with gTntitudc 1nd appreciation the mnny 1cts of kindness shown tu us during Oscnr's illness nncl e\'entunl homegoing. Thnnk you fur your prnycrs. i sits, culls, cards. flowers und ull acts of IO\'C und kindness. For this, our gTatitude knows no bound Special thanks to: Beulah Baptist lnstitutional Church, Rev. Dr. W. James Fa\lorite Pastor nnd m embers, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Zeta Phi B eta Sorority, th Charmettes, Charmers, Retired and PT'oud Derrick Brooks Charities, Top Ladies Of Distinction and Lords, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, friends, neighbors and the Stone Me-Crime osCAR FRENCH, JR. morial Funeral Home, E d ward Stone, LFD, and staff. The French Family. I\) 0 0 Man Killed In Drive-Bv Shooting r 0 ::n ST PETERSBURG Late Monday, St. Petersburg Police report that a 22-year old young man was fatally shot in front of his home. Police said Tremell Mitchell, 4651 20th Avenue south, was s hot b y someone in a movin g car about 10:45 p.m. Police said at least two people had been arguing on the s tre e t when someone fir e d the shots. Mitchell was pronounced dead at Bayfront Medical Center. Police said Mitchell had noth ing to do with the argument out side his grandmother's house He went outside to see what was going on when the shots rang out and he collapsed on the street, fatally wounded. The following night, police said a car drove past the grandmother's home and someo ne a imed a gun at Mitchell's fam ily. Polic e h a d already received reports of car chases and shots fir e d between rival groups. When the same car drove past the Mitchell house again poTREMELL MITCHELL 0 )> CJ) m !1 z m r;OJ c: r r z lice were waiting and that l e d to "'0 a high s p eed chase Tu es day c: night. It e nded when the s u s-pects crashed in an all e y off 16th (ii Avenue, South. :J: The s u spects tried hidin g in -m side a hou se but surre nd e r d to 0 the officer s outside. St. Petersburg Polic e m ::n spokesman, George Kajtsa, -< sai d once the suspects wer e re-moved from the bou se, th e vic-C: m tim co uldn t id entify th e m a nd en they were released. 0 Kajtsa also s aid no one has been charged with Mitchell's )> death at thi s time. Z c Discarded Skull Cap. leads Jo,Arrest 01 Burglarv Suspect Tampa Police report that on February 18, 2010 two burgla ries were committed a 1155 South Dale Mabry The sus pect entered the Supercuts Store and took cash. The suspect then reportedly broke through the wall and entered the Performance Computer Group Store next door and took three computers During the burglaries, the sus pect lost the skull cap he was wearing. Detectives recovered the hat for evidence and submit ted it to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. A detective with the Tampa Po lice Department received a DNA hit from the hat that showed the DNA belonged to Vonoy Billington, 41. Billington's DNA profile also came up in hits from four other local agencies. On Wednesday, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Offi ce re ceived a tip on Billington's whereabouts. He was arrested and charged with a burglary from the DNA hit through the Sheriffs Office Tampa Police Detective Moody responded and addi tionally charged Billington with two counts of burglary grand theft, and petit theft. Billington remains in jail with his bonds.et at :

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0 0 a: u.. Crime Trio Arrested, One Anacks K-9 ANTON CRAWFORD DEANGELO ROBINSON ERVIN WILSON other Of 15 Released From Jail. Children Remain In Foster Care On Tuesday, Angel Yulee Adams ftnal h answ e red the question pose d to her b y Judge T r a c y Sheehan. On tvvo occasions, Judge Sheehan asked Adams was s h e preg-At 2:30a. m. Monday out-As Teton treaded water, he nant. Adams refused to side the Courtney Trace lunge d at Wilson but a nsw er. Apartments, someone called Wilson lunged back h ooki n g On Tuesday, Adams told Hill s borough County Sheriffis his thumbs through Teton' s Judge Sheehan s h e wasn t deputies t o report a stolen c h a in collar a nd ya nkin g him pregnant with h e r I6th c hild car, Deputies arrived and upward sever a l times b efo r e She also sa id h e r c hildr e n h a d found three men runnin g punching th e dog in the h ea d. n o t been around a n y m e n from th e scene. Davis said h e ca u ght up o th e r th a n their fath e r s. Deputies caught Anton with Teton and they strug-Crawford, 19 and g l ed together to gai n control B y initially refu sing to Deangelo Robinson, 18. ofWilson, but h e got away answer Judge Sheehan's Theywerearrestedoncharges Teton kept swimming, qu es tion Adams lo s t custody of grand theft auto, burglary waiting for Wilson t o come of 12 of h e r 15 c hildr e n an d the and obstruction. The third up for air. Wilson finally chance to move into a r ent fr ee Missing Toddler Found ith Babvsiner In Tampa JACQUELYN JOHNSON .. arrested with no bond On Tuesday aft ernoo n Tampa Poli ce and the U S M a r s h a l s Fu g itiv e Task Forc e found a 2-year-old g irl who h a d been missing since Sunday. TALA YAH GAMBLF. ... 2 -year-old found unhurm d told inv s tigator h r II phone wa n o t wo rking. Johnson wa arr t e d and charge d with int rf r nee with child c u s t o d y, a third degr ee f e lon y s u s pect r a n off. e merged right in front of th e six-bedroom house. Deputy Brian Davis and dog who bit him twic e b e for e According to court docu-C hi s K-9 partner, Teton, foltwo more d eputies were ab l e m e nt s, Judge Sheehan w as Police found Talayah Gamble with her babysitter, Jacquelyn Johnson, 37 of C l ea rwater at the Waterman's Crossing Apartments on Rom e Avenu e. Johnson i s b eing h eld without b ail due to h r violat ing probation on two a rli r charges of p e tit th ft. fE lowed Ervin Wilson, 20, to wim over and drag going to r e lease Adams from C into a wooded area n ea r the Wilson to dry l and. H e was jail Tuesday regardless of UNCLE SANDY z Addison Apartments. They a l so charged wit h gra nd theft whether s h e a nswer e d the The toddl e r wa s not injured and was r eunite d with h e r mother. < ran across mucky g round a nd a u to, burg l a r y and obstruc -ques tion concerning h e r preg-found themselves chest deep tion. H e was also c harged nanc y or not. c in a swamp. with b attery on a la w en for ce -Adams, 37, will b e allowed According to d e tectives, Johnson gave no reason for not r eturning the girl and made no accusations against the child 's mother. ... Us And them? 22,12,4,5 After all we're ordinary 17,9,33,14 men. God only knows it's not what w do.17,9, 33, 14. Live right and cn Barely visible through the mentofficercanine. supervised visits with her w ::J trees, the d eputy spotted Teton was t a ken to a ve t e ri -children, who are in a shelter ..,_ Wilson. Teton chased n arian and hooked up to a n near Brandon. She also said ij: Wilson with Deputy Davis IV for fluids and antibiotics as she has no idea where she's Johnson also reportedly nice. w following behind. a precaution. going to Jive. c w J: (/) ::::i m ::J D. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::J m w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...1 u.. "Serving The Community For 45 Years" LOCATED AT: 501 E. KENNEDY BLVD. SUITE 760 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 GIVE US A CALL AT: THE LAW OFFICE OF DELANO S. STEWART, PA. DELANO S. STEWART ATIORNEYAT LAW -Welcomes-SANDRA CORNWALL, Esq. & Norman Harris, Esq. & Rev. Graduate Of Emory Theology School And Mercer Law School Areas Of Practice: Criminal Law Negligence Auto Accident Premise llability, Domestic & Medical Domestic; Relation Dissol Of Marria Child upRort Ado tion at ion (813) 221-4454 The hiring of a lawyer is an if11>00antdec:ision that should not be based solely upon advedisementS Before you decide, ask us kl send you free , written information about our qualifications and experience.

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The Tampa Chapter O f The links, Inc. Hosts White Rose luncheon The Hy a tt R ege n c y T ampa wa s abuzz .,..;th o ver soo p eo pl e o n Saturday. Aprilt-, as they joined th e Tampa C hapter of the Unks, Inc., w i th semblmcP of the t 40s, sos, '6os, '70s Th e reason w as t o di s pl a y Things R emembe r e d: Loo king Back At C entral At'CTlllC. C entra l Avenue w as th e location f o r Afric a n Am erica n e nt erprise and culture It wa s an area t hat instilled pride and helped crea t e a sense of the Anwricnn lrenm pitt' being under the shroud of segregation. The hi story and heritage of Cen tral Avenue add another dimension of Tampa's cu ltural prominence. Charles 'Fred" Hearns and Cheryl Rodriguez were Master and of Ceremony. Fanni Green direct d a theatric a l sce n e written by Link o nja Har' McCoy, and James Tokley gave a tribute to Central Avenue in poken Word. Program participant s we re: Janic e Carter Colli e r Pr esi d en t o f th e Tampa Chapter of The Links: Sonja McCoy, Invoc a tion: DaR 1 Campbe ll whose musical tribute was about Central Avenue; J oan Dawson and Dr. Hazel Harvey presented th e family memb e r s and owners of former businesses that lin e d Central Avenue; K l Y Andrews made th e s c h o l a r ship presentation; Sonja W Garcia prese nt e d th e Johna B. Andrews Humanitarian Award and clo s in g r emarks w e re made Patsy G r c n c chair of t h e e vent. 1\'lc-mhes of The Tampa Chaplet of The Links in their Ce nttal Avenue look. Frontow left to 1 ight: LinlalJicia l'; u kc. Evel y n Bethune, Cuttiss "Vilson. Teresa B1own and Kay Andt cws. Not shown. Na n cy Andtews, Mad ina McC ime, Sonjia Little. Paula Snow, Maq:;ette Spcas, Barbara llatvcy, Atty. Arthenia Joyner, At1-y. Renee Lee and Hatti e Yates. Honore e s and family members of C entral Avenue businesses received certificates. Attending were front row: Willie Robinson, son of the owne r of Marshall' s Barber Shop; Katherine Quarles, daughter of the late Ada Payne, the librarian at the Harlem Branch Library; Atty. Geraldine Williams Shaw, niece of Curtis Billards owner, Curtis Waters; Nancy Shuman, owned Shuman Sundries with h e r husband; Howard Harris and his daughter, Lori Harris, son and granddaughter of the late O zepher Harris, owner of Rogers Dining Room; Robin White Gordon and Andre Moses White, Jr., grandchildren and Bernadine White King, daughter of the late Mos e s White owner of Cozy Corne r ; Martin Silas, son of the late Dr. Martin Silas and James Ransom, grandson of the late G. D. Rogers owner of the Pyramid Hotel and founder of Central Life Insurance Co. S econd r o w : Harold Jackson, son of the late Atty. Harold Jackson; Paula Fordham, niece of the late Atty. William Fordham; Beatrice Rodriguez Snow, widow of the late Atty. Francisco Rodriguez; Andrea White, daughter of late Dr. J. A. White; Josephine Hubbard, daughter o f the l a t e Al t amese Brodie, owner of H elping Hand Nursery; Mary Alice Dorsett, owne r of Dorsett's Bail Bonds; Lovie Jones, owne r of Lovie's H o use of B eauty; D orothy Harvey Keele, daughter ofiLA 1402 founde r the late P e rry Harvey, Sr.; Camenia HiUs, owner ofLaParis Beauty Sal o n ; T h elma Shuma n widow of the late Bennie Shuman, owne r of Shuman's Bail Bonds; Annie M a e Gilchris t Blake, owne r of Person a lity Plus Beauty Salon; B etty Davis Jordan, d aughter of the late Le e Davis, owne r of Lee D a vi s Billards and Sonja Joyne r Bexley, daughte r o f the l a t e H e nry Joyner owne r of J oyne r's Cotton Club. Da'Rel Campbell. entertained at the luncheon. singing the Central Avenue song \\Titten by James Tokley; :MCs Fred Hearns, and Dr. Cheryl Rodriguez are both Central Avenue historians. Dr. Rodriguez is working on a book about Central Avenue. Her father was civ;J rights attorney Francisco Rodriguez. Mr. Hearns gives tours rei:ounting the days on Central Avenue. and was the Johna B. Andrews H umanitarian award recipient for his work in the commun ity, and Tampa Chapter of The Links President, Janke Carter Collier (second from right). Robert Richard and Fann i Green (director) participated in the theatrical production. Tawnnna King, wns given 11 $;,,ooo h y the hapte Ms. t.:ing i s completing het )'<'Ill' of medicnlllaininJ.: nt tlw U niv{t s it y of South Flmida' s of Mcdil'ine. F r e d H earns was the recipient of the J ohna B. Andre w s Humanita r ian Award and was Mas t e r of Cer emony. Central Avenue Spok e n W ord b y James Tokley. Dr. W. W. Andrews, son of C. B lythe Andrews, founder of the f1orid a Sentin e l Bulletin The Florida Sentinel's first office was o n Central Avenu e Dr. Andrews was a teenager at t h e time.

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LYNN, SHARITA, YAM And MIOSHA Happy 30th birthday goes out to Mrs. Sharita, who turns a yea r older and wiser, May 7th. Do your thing s i s Love, Miosha a nd fami ly. TONE TONE Happy birthday to my twin, my lil wie, my best friends. Pops has your back to the end. I'm going to love you whether you re 1 or 110. Daddy loves you, so never forget that. Love, Daddy. LILWILL And BIG WILL DNA on his face says it all, last name Crawford, so he gets it all. Happy birthday Lil Will. From your father Big Will. Sweet16 TARIA NICOLE ClllLDS Special birthday wishes go out to Taria Nicole Childs on her 16th birthday, May gth. From Antoinette and AI, dad, Reginald, grandmother, Edna, and the rest of her fam ily. MEO, TIKA, POOH, REDD, KRIS, SHARITA, NIKA BALDHEAD HUMP, BRIT, KEISHA, CHRISTINE, GLASSES, BIGMEKA, BIG TASHA, SQUIRREL, WHITT, SOPHIA, STEIN, YAM AND KIM Happy birthday, Mrs. Sharita. From your team B es t of both worlds. Happy Birthday LILWILLIAM CRAWFORD Shouts out to Lil William. He will be celebrating his 12th birthday this week with family and more family. Happy birthday son Love, the family. Both sides. 'KIRBY Your Mother, POOH AndLILWILL BAE-BAE, LIL WILL And'TONIO Birthday shout out going to my son, Lil Will. From, youn mother, Pooh, and big brother1 Bae-Bae and little brother, Tonio. Happy birthday son. What is seen doesn't need to be ex plained, now run and tell and type that. -Blake's Finest Happy 17th birthday, enjoy your weekend. )> z 0 Happy 30 something baby! Loving you always. Mom, Trekina, dad, Robert and the rest of m w yourfamily. m

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All About You! N cc u.. C'l a: LL Happy Binhdav UNCLEHYIME Birthdav Wishes ToMvTwoMen BAMAndZAY C'l We miss a n d l ove you MiMi, I rece ived two blessings in M ay, Bam (5-8 92) a nd Zay ( 5 14-04) a nd I thank God e v ery day. Z Mama a n d Grandmama. <( C'l en L1J ::::> 1->a: L1J > L1J C'l L1J :I: en :::i m ::::> D. z L1J ....J ....J ::::> m I ....J L1J z z L1J en <( C'l a: 0 ....J LL CASH And TASHAE s-8 Happ y birthda y to the number one lad y in m y life, Miz Tasha. From Cash and our kids. Birthda y wishes also to Corey Riley (5-8 89) Lan cast e r Correctional. Kee p y our head up cousin. I'm A Big Kid Now! BIZA s/8/o6 Happy birthda y to Derrick. Love friends and family! From, mom, a.k.a., Ms. Unique. Birthday & Anniversary Parties Family & Class Reunions Senior Class Photo Sessions =& Photo Enlargements So Thankful on Mv Binhdav MS.POON I'm n o t h e r e b y c h a nce, but b y God 's c hoosin g His h a nd form e d m e and made m e th e person I am He compares m e to no one, I am one of kind! I lack nothing that His grac e can t give m e I am thankful! Cel ebrating me today 5/7, on m y specia l day Free Sy, free Wank, fr ee Darrius C. free Darrius W., all m y s oldiers hold your h e ad. Out l aws stand up! Dirty Red, you re my #1! RUBINA. LEE Rubin A. Lee, 3918 W State St Tampa, 33609, wants to hello to all his friends who from Jefferson High School and Plant City High Happv2nd Anniversary Sweetheart ALBERT(BARNEY) And DESIREE MOORE Ma y nth -a noth e r year of God 's grace for th e Moores. Ma y God bl ess you honey on our anniversary and in the man y da y s ahead. I lo v e y ou! I Gaines/Havnes Vows Exchanged I MR. And MRS. MICHAEL (ALI C IA) HAYN E Alicia Gaines b eca m e th e wif e of Michael Haynes o n March 20, 2010 at t h e Fort Zac h ar y Tay l or P ark in Key W es t FL. Th e l ovi n g co upl e enjoy e d t h eir h o neym oon on a n Eas t rn Caribb ea n C rui se. They will m ake t h eir h ome inC ntr a l Florida onuratu at1ons ou t Ms. 2010 Senior Class Valedictorian Of C. leon King High School MALLORY YVETTE WASHINGTON With great joy, lov e and prid e w e s alut e you for all of your r e markable accompli s hm ents and look forward to a n e v e n bright e r future Keep the faith, and the talen ts that God has give n you K ee p smiling that gorgeou s smile and b e ing al l that you can be (aw e some!) After graduation, Mallory will attend the University of Florida where she plans to major in both Biology and Psychology. Her pro fessional career goal is to become an Interni s t (MD) and/or a B e havior Analyst for the FBI. Love always mom and dad (Michael and Gina Washington}, Durrell and all of your family member s Congratulations To our 2010 USF Graduate! VONSOHNA BUNCHE VonSohna i s a fir s t gen eration graduat e. Sh e grad u a t es t omorrow M ay 8th at the U SF Sundom e with a BSWde gr ee God bl ess y ou Von in the m any days ah ea d

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church Directo 107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 RDBllliOMAS J. RHD Pastor Pastor Weekly Act i v i ties Early Morning Worship 8 A M IJlday Church Sctro 9 :30A. M Sunday School 9 :30A.M. ing Worshp 10:45 A M Morn ing Worsh i p -10:50 A M . le Class 4:30 P M B i b le Study, Wed. 7 P.M. vening Worship 5 P M ednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M THE PUBL IC IS INVITED bleStudy 7 : 30 P MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue ( Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U ) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IORIUAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer. (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Cburcb Where Die Love Of God Rows And The Holy Ghost Is In F Control." Jesus Is lov Jesus Is liber EATER FRIEN IP B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma Sl Sunday School-9 :45a. m Morning Worsh ip -11 a .m Evenin g Worsh1p5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7 :30 p .m Visitors Are Welcome St Mark MISSIOnary BaptiSt Church 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa Flonda 33616 (813} 839 "fJuilding On A Tirm Sunday School 9'31 A.M. Smdov Wor.;tip-10::55 W9dne&day Night Prayer Service & Bible Study 6:30 P.M. Tl71mfK"ta tiorr Availahlc FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616Progress81vd. Tampa, Fl33619 Church Olf i ce : (813) 677 Pastor's Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Office : (813) 677 Fax: t 813) 672-0514 E Mail : fbcopv @t ampabay rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Sen i or T eaching P astor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A.M 4;1!:UJiii!I!IJ>-t SUnday 9 : 45 JU.4. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 AM. Adult Wednesday7 P M -Youth/ Children 7!3Q P.M. Adult A Sa1DR9 Campus For Failh B i b le lnstinJa "Gtllmg The Out:tt For (Acts 1:8. Rom. 1:8. 1 Thas. 1:8) NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, IJIC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTH Pastor Early Mxning Waship-7 :&s A.M. Slllday Wastlp-9:30A.M M:milg Worstip-1 O:SS A. M. Wed., Family Niglt-7 P.M. For Transportation Call (813)486-7890 MERit 6E CHR CO NITY BAPTIST CHU CH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 P O Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAll, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P. M REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7:50a. m. Sunday School 9 : 45 n.m. Morning Wo rship 10 : 50 a m. TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6 : 30 p.m. Life Enrichment University Visit our website at www tbcch org or Email us at info@lbcch.org Weekly Services : Sunday School 9 :30A. M Sun. Morning Worship 11 A M Wed. Night: Youth Prayer S e rvic e And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study saving The Sinners And Educating Ths Believers 1 Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. Phil. 4 :13 New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc. 7402 N St. Bldg. 700 Suite 790 Tampa, FL 33617 ELDER OlANO COSTON 313-425-52119 ask@nhcwc.org http:llwww nhcwc.org Bible Study: Making Marriage Work How To Survive SUNDAY EVENING 6 P.M. Bring your questions and let' s search God's Word ST. MAlTHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, Fl 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org EmaiJ: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 :45 A. M Sunday School 9 :30a. m Moming Worship 11 a .m Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed. "7:30 -8 :30 p m Praise & Worship Service Wed 8 :30 9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8:30 p .m. Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10am. Youth Bible InstitUte 12 4 p. m TeenNight -Friday before the 2nd SUnday 7 11 p m REV., W. D. S Pastor College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street 813-239-3161 Of Faith Committed To Spiritual Growth And Sharing God's Love Worsh i p Opportunit i es SUNDAY Sunday School 9 :30A. M Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW -6 :00 P M Evening Worship 7 :00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M -""' P\) 0 ...... 0 'TI r-0 ::0 0 )> CJ) m z m r-1 m c: r r-z "0 c: m c CJ) ::J: m 0 m < m ::0 -< -t c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 'TI 0 C> m U1 I m

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jln Christ There Is Evervthing I There are many who live and operate in the church, who do not have a clear meaning or understanding about the things of Christ. The will of God and God's plan for humanity is not some mystery. As followers of Christ, all must come to the knowledge of Christ. In this week's lesson from Colossians .2:1-1.2, Paul writes to motivate and encourage the church by helping them see the Christ who redeemed them. If the church community is going to survive the test and trials of the day it must come together and be on one accord. down. People will try to con vince you that you are crazy for trusting in God with crazy faith. It is during these times that you need to be encouraged. The church needs to be encouraged and reminded that it is doing the right thing by trying to make a difference in the community. Paul desires for all the believers to be enCouraged and C united (vs .2). There will fE come a time when all people c will need to be encouraged. Z Daily life will bting situations 4( that may trouble you, discourage you, or..Eiven1 jUst get you c ... ; -The Christian believer does not have to have a lot of books or experiences to be wise. Paul says all knowledge and wisdom is in Christ (vs. 3). The wisdom and knowledge that you will need to live in this world can be found in Christ. Paul says it is like a hidden treasure. The treasure is hidden in Him and all it takes is for you to desire to have it and a determination to find it. It is necessary for the be liever to know that all the wisdom and knowledge needed to rn w ::): CHURCH II>-12tllllllllnHSt. T-. R. U&l! ffi (811) 229 > SUnday SChl11-----w s w J: rn :::i. m :::::> Q. z i= w ..J ..J :::::> m ...J w z i= z w en < c ltrnlnu WershiPw-w--... 11 aJD. Praver sanlce. TUesday. ________ I p.m. Jllana Bible StudY, TUesday 1:31 PJD. llbll StUdV, TUISdiY-----1 p.m. I CIIIIIAIIT'*'IIlln-Cbrtll Wblctl .._IIIIII1.Phiiii8111S 4:13 REV. OSCU JOHISOI,JR. P!lsllr/Teacher ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St & 25th Ave. Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE a: 0 Slllday: 8 :00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment m I CD w CJ 9:45 A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer Study WacbtsdQ: P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com MSsion Statement: -.4 Church of the inner city to the canmunity bymnistemgtothe whole man. Outrecdl Ministry: r-.oAH COMMUNITY, lf'.CJ K>USE OF LYDIA IISIICJt ElliE AM PAStOI AIJDIEf ._. live in this w o rld is found in Christ. Paul urges them to discover everything that is in Christ so they will not be de cei ed by those who come with different arguments (vs. 4). There are some who will try to make you think that yo u need a lot more than Christ to be successful and have joy. Their argument may sound good and be persuasive, but you have to know better and continue to trust God Paul says to them, just as you received Christ, then you must live in Him, be rooted in Him, 24 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 Tampa FL 33687 (813) 784-1021 FeedOurChildren .org PASTOR MOSES BROWN FREE SERVICES FOR THE COMMUNrTY Food For Elderly And Poor Famthes Temporary Shelter For The Homeless Troubled Youth Outreach Famtly Counseltng Prayer Request Foster Care & Adoptton and be built in Him (vv. 6, 7). Sinet> you have Christ and han! received His gift of sah'Btion. then it is only fitting for you to live in Him and m ake sure th ey know and understand who He is and what Hi s will is for your lif e. The people must be cau tioned not to be taken captive by empty and deceptive philosophies of the world (vs. 8). There are some who will teach a philosophy of men that will not be able to keep you in your time of trouble. Paul says do not let manmade philosophy cause you to BISHOP JOSEPH B. LEE, SR. The Lord's House Ministries Service Time: Sundays 1 P.M. For Information Or Prayer, Call: 1-877-882-PRAY (7729) be put in bondage. The beliefs of man a nd the world will not provide for yo u the eternal bles in.gs and promises of God. Your bless ings are not in th e wnys of th e world, but they are in th e full ness of Christ. In other words, Jesus has all that you need! When the believers realize that everything they need i in Christ they will begin to enjoy a life more peaceful and joyous. The necessities for a prosperous life are not in the world, but in Christ. Christ will show you how to live a life that is befitting a Child of God. Faith Cathedral Service Time: Sundays -10:30 A M. Mondays -7:30 P. M For More Information, Call: (813) 770-2624 APOSTOLIC BISHOP T. B. DAVIS cuf <:XotiJerS Vay releiJmtion! Annual Women's sponsored !Jy New Bethel Progressive Missionary Baptist Church Sisterhood Ministry Theme: lfExcellan.: for Saturday, May 8, 2010 8:30a.m. -12 noon New Bethel Life Center 3011 East North Bay Street, Tamps, Florida 813-238-4339 or 813-231-2922 I I& TO 11E III.8.IC CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST & WNCH PROVIDED A Woman After God's by Sister DeboniA Webb New BedielllMB OJoni#l T&lqll, f'lorida '"Taking Care of 1be Temple by Sister Corlis Joluuon W'mter Haval, Fla::i
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Tree Planting Honors Memorv 01 Citv Emplovee JORGE RICARDO RICKY" GIBBONS BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On June 18, 2009, Jorge Ricardo "Ricky" Gibbons, an 18-year emplo yee with the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department died as a result of Coronary Heart Disease. He was 50 years old. Last Friday, his family members and former coworkers honored his memory with the planting of a tree. The 12-foot Magnolia tree was planted at the Herbert Carrington, Jr. Park corner of N. 34th Street and E. Caracas. This location was chosen because the family lived in the area for several years. The dedication ceremony took place on Friday April 30th, at 9:30 a m. Among those in attendance were: Jim Pinkney, Manager of the Clean City Division; Frank Ruiz, and Kathy Beck. Family members on hand for the dedication were his mother, Mrs. Augustina Family members and city employees shown in this photograph at the dedication ceremony are from left to right: Ms. Olga Barnes, cousin, Frank Ruiz, Clean City (behind her), Celeste Gibbons-Peoples, sister, Garrett Gibbons, nephew, Agustina Gibbons, mother, Idella Tyler, aunt, Cheryl Gibbons, sister-in-law (behind tree) Jim Pinkney, Clean City Division, Manager, Walter Lee "Dirk" Gibbons, father, Kathy Beck, Parks and Recreation, and Jeff Peoples, brother-in-law. Gibbons, father, Walter Lee "Dirk" Gibbons, a nd s ister Celeste GibbonsPeoples, and her husband, Jeff. Other family member s on hand for the dedication included: Ms. Olga Barnes, Garrett Gibbons, Idel)a Tyler, and Cheryl Gibbons. A Tampa native, Gibbons graduated from Hillsborough High School in 1977 and continued his education at Albany State University on a football scholarship. He returned to Tampa and l ate r earned an AA degree from Hillsborough Community College in Ornamental Horticulutre. His sister, Ms. Celeste Gibbons-Peoples said, "He loved planting flowers and trees and he was well loved by the Clean City Division." "The tree is placed near Fair Oaks, where as children, we spent a lot of time. My mom still lives in the neighborhood so she can see the tree whenever she passes the park." She further tated that th emp loy ee of C l ean City plan to have a dedication mark e r made that will be placed near the tree. The marker will bear the lo go of the Miami Dolphins, Gibbons" favorite football team. "The dedication meant a lot to my family because it shows that through everything that is going on with budget cuts, the City of Tampa Clean City Division took time to personally recognize and remember my brother."

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0 FYI N College acedonia B. Church Breaks ScholarshiP Ground For New Building ... Professional Hair B raider AFRICAN HAIR BRAIDING FRONT LACE WEAVES & WIGS SEW-IN WEAVES MICROS KINKY TWIST BODY PLAITS CORN R OWS Applications Due High school seniors are in\ited to apply by 22. 2010 for the Emma L. Kilpatrick sc hol a r hip, which offer $2,500 ($ 1 ,250 per semester) to h e lp further a deserving student's college or technical school education The purpose of the Kilpatrick scholarsh ip program is to aid African American g raduat es in ob t a i n in g addi tio n a l edu ca tio nal a n d trai nin g experie n ces. Emma L. Kilpatrick, a Tampa mother of six w h o passed away in 1988 at t h e age of 63, pro m o t e d the importance of edu catio n for t h e bettermen t of othe r s. Sh e e n courage d young p e opl e ofte n t o ge t a n e d u ca ti o n eve n thoug h h e r own was limite d b eca u se s h e b e lieved that education was the road to e ndl ess p oss ibiliti es. For more information, visit -..wrw.t ampa ym c a org. Macedonia Missionary Baptist Churdt ee lthrttcd its 8:Jnl Anniver ary on April 18th. Part of the ee l bmtion wns th round-breaking erem o ny of it n w building. With shovels to lift the first dirt are: Ashylyn Jones Youth In Action, President; Myrtice Johnson, Church Administrator; Rev. Joseph A. Sykes, Pastor; Deacon Renice Wright, Chairman of Deacons; and Rosa Marshall, oldes t member of Macedonia. Highland Pines Communitv News The Highland Pin e s neighborhood m ee ting will tak e plac e on Thursday M ay 13, 2010. Thi m t ing will be held at the Quality Inn And Suites, 4955 E. 18th Avenue The meeting begins promptly at 6:30 p m., followed b y the Crime Watch m ee ting at 7 p m. Th e guest speaker will be a representative of Code Enforcement. Please plan to attend and bring a friend Betty J. Bell, President. Future Home Of NIPPY ROOTS, LLC Barber, Beauty Supplies & Accessori 014 N. 40th St. TamP.a FL 33610 (813) 479-5961 (813) 57'4-9184 1 00% Human Hai[ Weave & Wigs Prices Start As Low As Packs For $1.00 Free Popcorn & Bottled Water =-=-----__, ki Straight All Color s All Colors, Rat Tail Combs 3For$1 Plus 1 & 1 B All Lengths 8 Inch @ 2 For $1

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Happy Mother's Day, May 9th May Birthdays The birthstone this month is the Emerald and the flower is the Lily Of The Valley. Happy birthday to the May celebrants: Joe Walker, Christine Taylor (Atlanta, GA), Jackie Brown, Annie Laura Wilson, Donnie Mosley (High Springs, FL), Catherine P. Walker (Con cord, CA), Essie 0. Chaney, Anna Harris, Grace Campbell, Nadine Thompson, Brandi Davis, Lisa M. Butler, Michelle Haynes, Eloise Griffen, Rose Johnson, Allen Lawrence Byrd, Prince Henry Roberts, Evander Boyd (mem.), April Jenkins, William Williams, Reginald Butler, Darrell Days, Jehremy Boyd, Octavia Wright, Joe Matthews, Michale Little, Lonnie Thompson, Jr., Garland Grisby, Jacquelyn H. King 1 (mem.), Bridgette Cogmon Messer, Augustus McNair, Joseph Abrams, Jr., Cynthia Armstrong, Sharon Baillie, Deana Lawrence, Renee Swearingen, Jennifer Scott, Lemoyce Tiller, Jimmy Lewis and Louise Davis Lamar (Atlanta, GA). Yours truly extends a special birthday wish to Allen Laurence Byrd of Midway, FL. May 8th is his special day. May you be blessed with many, many more birthdays. St. James A. M. E. Church, Rev. Michael B. Price, Pas tor, would like to wish the fol lowing folks a happy natal day: Rev. Jones R. Murphy and Mr. Tony Jackson. St. Joseph M. B. Church, Rev. Thomas Heyward, In terim Pastor and congregation extend birthday greetings to Darren Keaton (5/8), Mardasha Sneed (5/9), Saarin Williams (5/13) and Deacon Arnold Elston (5/14). Ms. Carolyn TurnerPerkins, former Villager, sends Happy Mother's Day and happy birthday greetings to her mother, Mrs. Lucille Turner, who celebrated her special day, May 1. Also happy birthday to her aunt, Mrs. Elouise Griffen, who recently celebrated her birthday \\i th family and friends. Mrs. Avalynda Anderson-Moorer, former \ i)lager, has p l ans of celebrating her special da y on May 9, with fami l y and friends in Phoenix AZ. Happ y birthday wis h es go out to Deja Rogers, who now resides in Atlanta, GA. Deja celebrated her 14th birthday with her family. Deja's special surprise was her nana, Ms. Robin Paschall coming to visit her for the weekend We miss you in Florida, Deja, but happy for your relocation and much success in Atlanta Much love from your Florida family. Uplifting Prayers For The Sick And Shut-Ins Please uplift the following in our daily prayers: Lillie C. Bryant, Lillie Mae Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Perry King, Marjorie Guest, Robert Dorsey, Annie Mae Davis, Charlotte Dukes, Cathy Kirsey, -Eloise Leeks, Chester "Gay Papa" Miles, George Colleton (VA Hospital), Homer Hemmingway, Davis and Alberta Shedrick, and Mattie Mills. Keep the following people in your daily prayers: Evelyn Mobley, Bert Graham, Wilbert and Elaine Johnson, Lula Philon, Eunice Sneed, Carli Slack and fam-ily, a nd Bonnie Bold n. Our pray ers go out to th e sick and shut-ins including : Marie B. Benson, Donald \Vhite and Leila Moss. Condolences My deepest sympa th y i x t e nded to the Davis family in the loss of their loved one, Mr. Equilla Davis, who was funerlaized Saturday, May 1, 2010, at Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Linda Reese, pastor, offici ated. Hour Of Power Bible Prayer This is a group of God's chil dren gathered together on one accord to learn the word of our Father. Meetings are held every Thursday morning at 10:30a. m. Everyone is invited to attend! First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m. and 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing, toys and household items 1 at 8616 Progress Boulevard (between 78th Street and Faulkenburg Road). Gregg Temple A. M. E. Church Gregg Tempe A. M. E. Church, 4603 42nd Street, Tampa, 33619, Rev. Timothy Morrow, Pastor, are holding Evangelism Explosion FRESH 5 LB. PKG., FIIESit CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS 5 lB PK6. FRESH 5 LB. PKG, FRESH TURKEY NECKS WHOLE PICNIC S3.99 FRESH (FAJITA, CIIJRROSCO) FRESH '"'" ., ............. PORK FRESH BEEF BEEF STEW BONES STEAK $1 99 $4.99 240Z.BTL AMERICAN SPICE MOJO BANQUET POT PIES FUSH,HEAD ICEBERG LETTUCE 99$ PIG FEET S3.99 $4.99 FRESH BEEF LIVER 5LBBA6 FRESH POTATOES 2/$3 FRESH COW FEET BUY 6LBS. @ $5.99 GET5 L8$ GREEN COOKING BANANAS 1JI99e 2AOZ.JAR COOKED HAM $1.88 lB. FRESH GREEN BELL PEPPERS 32-36 02 m. 8 ROll PI(G. FLAVORITE BOUNTY KETCHUP PAPER TOWELS 99c $5.99 YAMS 99!. 15allUB 10 75 oz PKG. Fl.AVORITE PASTA SAUCE BLUE BONNET SPREAD SARALEE POUND CAKE gge 2/$ Pro Villag soth F mily R union Th e reunion will b e held 0 Jun 1113th 2 1 F r m ore information, ch out th R e union Web ite at www.pro w::;syilla&efnmilyreunion,co m or call Tony Parker at (813) 843-6739 Thought For Today "Failure is success if we learn from it." Scripture (Psalm 40:1, 2) "I waited patiently for the Lord; and He inclined unto me, and heard my cry. He brought me up also out of a horrible pit, Out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my go ings ." F. Y. I. Let us keep Pre ident Barack Obama and his fam ily in our daily prayers as he ;!! tries to bring change for every -one. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily. There's a new helper in the kitchen, Shu -Lo n's Kitchen, formerly Family Deli, (813) 741-9760. Call your news in to lradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! Yeswecanl FAMILY BUNDLE #4 6 ,.. (f) m z m r;-m c: rr-g)

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E f\ecl es N ,..... HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY c a: u.. c a: u.. d -z Q en w ;:) ..... > a: :w > w c w :c en ::i m ;:) a. z tu ....I ....I ;:) m ....I w z t= z w en I i a: 0 ....I u.. m I 0 "T-w (!J ,.,.-// IT I ' f \ \ from Tonie Turn{lr There are dozens of ways you can celebrate moms and the women in your life get creative and give her a Mother's Day she'll never forget. How about a dozen flowers. Did you know that White flowers sym bolize the purity and strength of motherhood. Pink ones mean gratitude, admiration, grace and beauty. And Red ones ex press deep love and affec tion. And don't forget to add a few sweet treat for your mom to eat! HOTDOGS 2PACKSFOR $1.00 PORT CIGARETTES $4.99 PACK s47 .99CARTON PORK CHOPS END CUT 5LBS. FOR $4.99 1 package (18.25 oz.) yellow cake mix (or favorite cupcake recipe) Water, eggs and oil to prepare cake mix 1 can (16 oz.) white ready-to-use decorator or 2 cups buttercream icing Colored Sugars, Sparkling Sugars or Jimmies Oavender, yellow or pink) DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350F. Place lavender, yellow or pink Petal Baking Cups in standard muffin pan. Prepare cake mix following package direc tions. Fill baking cups 2/3 full; bake 17-19 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool cupcakes completely. Pipe tip #2A. or #12 white icing swirl on top of cooled cupcakes; add colored sugars or jim mies. For All Your Seafood Delights Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cooking ThursdaySaturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Special Discounts For S Sh Sh H ad Churches, Banquets, nap per nmp eap e Faflllly Reunions And Live Blue Crabs Large Orders. 813.247.5128 ATMMachine On Premises

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, es In Pink Punch 2 10 3 / 4-ounce frozen pound cakes, crusts removed, sliced into 1 / 4 thick slice s 3 cups vanilla ice cream, slightly softened 4 cups raspberry sorbet, slightly softened 1 pint fresh raspberries, rinsed 3 tablespoons raspberry-flavored liqueur DIRECTIONS: Prepare the pfln: Trace and cut out a 9-inch circle from parchment paper and fit it into the bottom of a 9-inch springform pan. Cut out a 3by 27-inch strip of parchment and fit around inside of pan. Tape to secure parchment paper and set aside. Assemble the cake: Cover bottom of pan with a single layer of pound cake slices and spread ice cream evenly over cake. Freeze until ice cream hardens about 25 minutes. Spread 2 cups sorbet over ice cream, followed by another layer of pound cake slices. Return cake to freezer for 10 minutes. Combine raspberries and Charpbord together in small bowl. Remove cake pan from freezer and place berries evenly over cake. Top with a final layer of pound cake and remaining sorbet Wrap tightly with plastic wrap and freeze until firm at least 4 hours Another major wow factor that will not soon be forgetten are edible wild Hibiscus flowers that tastes like a blend of rhubarb and raspberries. Placed one flower in glasses of cham pagne or sparkling wine with a little syrup for added flavor. The visual effect of the flower dancing around the streaming bubbles is dramatic and impressive and your mom will love it! publix com/ad ....................... .............................. Publix. Happy Mother's Day I ... Boneless . . strip Rolls, 6-Count. .... l99 Publix Prem1um Certified Beef, USDA Choice : Handmade Each Day I n the Store, Crispy Crust, SAVE UP TO 3.30 L8 : Fresh From the Publix Bakery, 9-oz Pki : SAVE UP TO .80 .............................. .......................................................... -............................ .. . . Saga Blue Cheese ... . . . "12-Pack Selected(3\11QOO LocatedinthePublixDel i : Pepsi Products . . -Specialty Cheese Section, 5-o.z pkg. : 12-oz can 12:-Pack Assorted ru9 Mtchelob Beer ......... ...... SAVE UP TO .70 : SURPRISINGt.Y LOW PRICE ...... 1\) 0 ..... 0 r-0 I C/) m z m r-m c: r r-!:!1 z "tJ c: m ':J: m 0 m C! rn > z 0 :!! 0

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0 ,..: c a: u.. FDA Investigating Recall Of Children's Medicines WASHINGTON The Food and Drug Administra tion said Saturday it was in vestigating a health-care company for possible other problems following its recall of more than 40 over-the counter infants' and children's liquid medications. II l II 062 recalled may have a higher concentration of active ingre dient than is specified on the bottle. Others may contain particles, while still others may contain inactive ingredi ents that do not meet internal testing requirements. McNeil Consumer Healthcare, based in Fort Washing0 ton, Pa., issued the voluntary recall late Friday in the United c States and 11 other countries Z after consulting with the FDA. trrd CntjfudAcotkmy Of../mliu.JatDryFoot & Ankle Surpry 813-872-8939

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National Times Square Bomb Scare Suspect In custodv F AISAL SHAHZAD NEW YORK--A U.S. citizen who had recently r eturne d from a five-month trip to his native Pakistan, was arrested at a New York airport on charges that h e drove a b omb-lade n SUV m ea nt to ca u se a fireball in Times Square, f e d eral authorit ies sa id The s u s pect Faisal Shahzad, was taken into cus t ody l a t e Monday by FBI age nt s a nd New York P olice Departme nt d e t ectives a t K e nn e d y Airport whil e trying to board a flight to Dubai, according t o U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and other officials. He was identified by customs agents and stopped before boarding, Holder said early Tuesday in Washington. U.S. authorities will not rest until we have brought everyone responsible to justice," Holder said, suggesting additional suspects are being sought Shahzad, 30, is a naturalized U.S. citizen and had recently returned from a five-month trip to Pakistan, where he had a wife. Time Square Street Vendor Helps Stop Bomb Anack LANCE ORTON, SR. A l ocal NYC street vendor is being hailed as a hero for notifying police about a sus picious SUV parked in Manhattan' s Tim es Square. Lance Orton, Sr., a street vendor for more than 20 years who sells I Love NY" memorabilia, says he first noticed what looked lik e smoke streaming fr.om a parked SUV. According to Orton's account of the incident, at first there was a little smoke, but as time progressed the smoke became worse. He then noticed smoke streami'ng from all sides of the SUV. There was even a loud, pop ping sound that came from the veh icle. Luckily, Orton was able to notify police close by, who eventually discovered gasoline and. propane canisters inside the suv. Superior Holdings Rudolph v. wesley, m CEO VP of Operations 1 we leod cash For_ Hard Mon e y Purchases Down Payment Assistance Proof Of Funds To C lose Rehab M o n e y To Start Or Rnish Flip P urch ases & Sales Lawsuits & Lottery Winning s Arly Qui ck Or S hort Term Investm ents Advance Money For Funerals Wrth Policy 1 00 % F in ancing Regard l ess Of C r ed it P. 0. Box 1174, Valrico, FL 33595-1174 -(813) 484-6129 Email: Rudolphwesley@yahoo .com Girl Shot For Not Giving an Her Number th o u g ht so m ebo dy had kick ed m e in my leg ... Apparently, som e m e n don't r ecein: rejection t oo w ell from th e opposite sex A college s tud e nt i s claim ing that a man shot her in the ankle after she refu sed to give him h er phone num ber. FBI: Ex-SC Sheriff Dealt Drugs From Police suv E.J.MELVIN COLUMBIA, SC --A South Carolina sheriff dealt drugs from his police SUV and when state and f e deral agents gave him a li s t of possible drug deal ers in his county, he immediately started calling to tip them off or extort money to get them off the list, according to the FBI. The FBI tapped then-Lee County Sheriff E.J. Melvin's phone starting in March, and caught him say ing he was going to arrange for a traffic stop on a drug dealer, take some of the cocaine he expected to find for himself and use the rest as evidence. Melvin was arrested last Saturday and remained in jail Monday after a preliminary hearing. Melvin resigned his office the day he was arrested. A spokesman said Gov. Mark Sanford will appoint an interim sheriff. Melvin and six others were charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute. The FBI agent detail e d 1 7 phone calls b e tween Melvin, other d efendants and unname d people who dealt drugs or helped with the investigation. Some of the people referred to Melvin b y a nickname : "Big Dog." Support The lorida Sentine Advertisers Hughes Sits Down With Min. Farrakhan One-On-One Fiftl'l'n years ago tlwre werL' tw o men in Ch irago who \\'Ottld make hist orY. O ne organ i zed one of the largest ga th e r ings of blark m e n in his tory for wha t was d ubb ed the Million Man MarciL Another was taking th e s t eps t o begin his a n o int e d quest t o b eco m e th e l ea d e r of th e free world TV On e 's Cathy Hughes has alread y talked to President Barack Obama, so now it's h er turn to talk to Min. Louis Farrakhan. The controversial leader of the N at ion Of Islam will be Hughes' guest on the Mother's Day edition of "IV One on One With Cathy Hughes," Sunday, May 9 from 9 to 11 p m. for an cxclu ive i nt erv iew. Th topi s wi ll be wid -ranging includin g Farrakhnn's t a k e o n th e Obama pres id ncy hi s fee lin gs about Thomas Hagan, th e man con v i cted of th e murde r of Malcolm X who w as r e c ntl y p a r o l d, int e rraci a l r latio n s hips, HI V and AIDS and mor Punk Rock Manager Killer Gets 32 Years Behind Bars NEW YORK -A personal assistant was sentenced Monday to up to lif e in prison in th e d e adly bludg e oning of h er bo ss, a punk-rock manag er turned high-pow ered real estate broker. The judge called the aide "a lmo s t inhu man, while she insisted s h e didn t commit the crime NATA VIA WWERY 3: )> -< -....1 1\.) 0 _.. 0 ., r 0 :IJ en m z -t z m r;m c:: r r z ., c:: m c en ::1: m c m < m -t c:: Natavia Lowery called her trial unfair and vowed to appeal in a brief statement before she was sentenced to 32 years to life in prison on murder and other counts in the October 2007 slaying of Linda Stein. 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14th Birthday Celebration Chandler Middlebrook, Auburndale resident, cele brated her 14th birthday o n the evening of Saturday, May 1, 2010 with friends an d family members a t the Auburnda l e Civic Cent e r 's Recreation Room Among those on the guest list wer e so me of Chandler's classmates from Berkley Accelerated Middle School: Mason Mills, Nathan Byrd, Braden Ortiz, > Baylee Thompson, Taylor Fike, Logan a: Brown, Hannah Duling, LL Kara Quintinella, Sydney Bailey, Detroit <( Pettus, Dion Gaskins, > Will Davis, Madi Mitchell, Sam Rowe, Erin Rowe, Zack :::;, Morehouse, Oscar Olvera, Jerry Compere, a: Luke S., Michael Shaw ii, Summer Thomas, Kristin Sauer and many more :I: en Happy Mother's Day! ...J m Shaw-Ntif Talk extends wishes for a 'Happy z Mother' s Day' to some t= mothers who are near and dear to the heart of Yours ...J Truly: my mom, Marion :::;) m Johnson-Zorn; my ..J grandmother, Bertha Johnson, my mother-ini= law, Martha Shaw and my ffi other mothers: Myrtle en Smith, Mother Ollie <( Smart, Mother Princess Fortson, Mother Mamie 0 Barnum, Mother Li Genelle Jordan, Mother Margaret Johnson, Mother Lucille Bouges and Mother Dorothy Jones, all of Lakeland; Mother Ruby Axson of Polk City, Florida; Mother Margaret Faison of Plant City, Florida; Mother Christine Mack and Mother Laverne Morrow of Clearwater, Florida; and Mother Lillie Williams and Mother Chola little of Tampa Polk's Juvenile Justice Schedule of Meetings The Department of Juvenile Ju-stice (DJJ) Board-Circuit 10 will meet on Monday, May 10th at 3 m p.m. at the Department of o:t Children & Families Office 1055 Highway _17 North in e, Bartow. The Executive Board Members will meet prior to this meeting at 2 p.m. The DJJ Prevention Committee will meet on Monday May 11th at 2:00 p.m. at the aforeme ntion e d lo catio n On Mond ay, May 17th a t 6 p .m. the DJJ Faith-based and Save Our Sons Committee will m ee t a t th e Lake l and Police Department, 2nd Floor in Lakeland. For further information, please contact Terri Chambers at (863) 2973043 Ext. 226 or via e-mail at volktppa@healthys.: tarthhv.org Free Fitness Program Offered For Teens Lifestyle Family Fitness (LFF) Centers is concerned about the fitness of our teens. During the summer, LFF is providing free two month teen memberships to interested teens ages 12-17. Pre-registration is available on-line at LFF.comjteen through May 13th The program will be in operation from May 14th through August 15th. For further information call1-800-S43-3783 Birthday Greetings Wishes for a Happy Birthday are extended to Tampa Lady Virginia 'Kaye' Berrien (May 13th)! Belated birthday wishes are extended to Deacon David Coleman, formerly of Tampa, who celebrated another natal day on May sth. May God continue to bless each of you with inany more years of life! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes to every MOTHER everywhere. Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share excit ing news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, graduations, birth..: days, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, church or community events etc. with the reader ship of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Shaw-Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Girls Inc. Of lakeland To Host 19th Annuai'She Knows' luncheon LAKELAND --Girls Incorpor a t e d of Lakeland will host its 21st annual 'She Knows luncheon on Thursday, May 13, 2010 at The Lakeland Center s Exhibit Hall-West. Registration begins at u:oo a .m. Sixteen nominations have been received for the 2010 awards. Three awards recipients will be selected from this group. Last year, there were 21 nominations submitted. The nominees were: Lolita Berrien, Diane Bockzkowski, Tory Bombard, Crystal Brown, Monica Campbell, Cassandra Denmark, Bea Dickey, Patricia Harrell, Karin Day-McKnight, Londann Merrick, Ashley Metts, Annette Miller, Sydni Murray, Jennifer Ogg, Teresa Olinger, Pamela Page, Chrissy Sl;town fr-om left to right: 2009 She Knows award recipients: Maty Ellen Tidwell, Teresa Olinger and Annette Miller. Schaff, Terry Strong, Kathy Sullivan Edith Thomas and Mary Ellen Tidwell. Th e 2009 awa rds recipients were: Annette Miller, owner, Sylvan Learning Center; Teresa Olinger, Administrative Assistant, Media & Community Rel ations, Publi x up r Marke t s, In .; and Mary Ellen Tidwell, Admini tra tive Assi stant, Room s-to-o. Kay Field rv as President a nd CE of iri s Inc. of Lakeland. For furth e r information caJJ (863) 682-3002 Ex t. 222. (Photo by Shaw-Ntif) Girls Inc. of lakeland Host 100 Ambassadors Breakfast Antonisha Williams was one of "the speakers at the Girls Inc., Ambassadors Breakfast 2010. Sarah Case, is a board member of Girls Inc., of Lakeland. LAKELAND --Girls Inc., of Lakeland, Kay Fields, and President/CEO, recently hosted its Fourth Annual1oo Ambassadors Breakfast. Numerous Ambassadors and agency supporters attended and enjoyed a delicious eno costi hot breakfast which was prepared and served by the Girls Inc., staff. The Honorable Mayor Gow Fields served as Master of Ceremony Among the program participants were Antonisha Williams, who grew up attending the Community Icon Pamela White-Wilson with Kay Fields, Girls Inc., President and CEO of Girls Inc., of Lakeland. Zelda Abram and Chandra Fredrick, Girls Inc., of Lakeland Ambassadors and board members. Girls Inc., of Lakeland Praise Dance Troupe. Girls Inc., after school and summer programs. Now an employee of Girls Inc., Antonisha is giving back to other girls, by way of 'living example and mentoring. Sarah Case, a Board Member, shared her testimo ny of the positive impact that the programs and staff mem bers-of Girls Inc., have had on the lives of ller and her daughter, who attends the after-school program. The 100 Ambassadors support Girls Inc., fundraising events, serve as Mentors, give presentations about their careers, assist in organizing tours of Girls Inc., facilities, refer high school and/or col lege students who are in need of community service hours represent Girls Inc. during United Way campaigns, and make other contributions as necessary to the agency If you are interested in becoming a Girls Inc., of Lakeland Ambassador, contact Mrs. Fields at (863) 682-3002, Ext. 222 (Photos by Shaw-Nuj)

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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. MAY 25, 2010 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-Q184-0-2010/CK AFTER-HOURS ANSWERING SERVICE Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602 (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JUNE 01,2010-5:00 P.M. RP5-S-018Q-0-201 0/LP PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR COUNTYWIDE WATERSHED MASTERPLAN UPDATE: LITTLE MANATEE WATERSHED ..... Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners Department of Procurement Services 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th R. County Center Tampa Ronda 33602 ( 813) 272-5790 during regular business hours. PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Ed ition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -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 Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or propos als for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened MAY 25,2010-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0191-0-2010/CK SODIUM ALUMINATE Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race sex, color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JUNE 03, 2010 2:00 P.M. ITB-5-o188-0-2010/EM RESIDUALS MANAGEMENT SERVICES """" Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Comm issi oners Department of Procurement Services, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours. 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OUTSTANDING TAXES N ame(s) In which assessed : FRANK ZDOBINSKY Said pr ope rty be in g i n th e Coun ty of H illsborou gh S tat e o f F lori da U nless s u c h certHica t e s h all be redeemed accor d ing t o law t he property de scri bed I n such certHica te shall be sold to the h i ghest b i dder a t the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Roor, George E E dgecom b Cou rthouse 800 East Twig gs Street Tamp a, FL 33602 on the 1.Qib da y of Jyne 2010. at 10 00 AM. (NOTICE : Please call ( 813 ) 2 7 6-8100 ext 4809 to ve ri ty sa le location ). Dated th i s 2al3l day of Aorll 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to pertlclpate 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 KenneCiy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-81 00 extension 4205, two (2) day' prior to the date the service is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. NOTIC E OF APPUCAnON FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TAR PO N IV U.C 12770 the holder ol the tollowing certificate has filed said certlficate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the r\8ITleS In which was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 046325.0000 CertifiCate No. : 135143-07 File No.: 2010-414 'rear ol Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : SOUTH T AMPA SU BD IVISION S 1 00 FTOF N 1 005 FTOFW 250 FT O F NW l4 LE SS RfW PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 06103 S E CTWP RGE : 2 7 -291 9 SUBJECT TO AU. OUTSTANDING TAXES Name ( s ) I n wh ic h assessed : K A I PROPERTlES Sai d property be i ng in the County of Hillsborough State of F l orida Unle ss suc h certHicate s hall be redeemed according to law the property described In such ce rt i f ica te sh a ll be sold to the highe s t bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 1.Qib day of June 2010 at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-81 00 ext. 4809 to verity sale location) Dated this 2al3l day of Aoril 201 0 PAT FRANK Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT 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) 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 Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the follow ing, until the stated date and time when they will be pub l icly opened MAY 26 ,2010-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-o145-0-2010/CK LEFTHAND SAN STORAGE & MAINTENANCE SUPPORT **** Inf o r mation on these a n d oth er Reques t s wi t h B id / P r oposa l r es ult s ma y b e www.hill s b o r o u g h co unty org/ p r ocu r e m e ntservices for B i ds along a c cessed a t Minority and women owned fir m s will b e afford e d a full opportunity to p a rticip ate in these m a tt ers a nd will not be s ubj e ct t o di scri mination on the b asis of r a ce s e x color or nation a l origin Q ue s tion s r ega rding the a bove proj e ct s m a y b e dir e ct ed to H ill s borough C ounty Bo ard of C ommi ss ion ers, Dep a rtm e nt of Procur e ment S ervices 601 E K enne dy Blvd., 18th Fl. C ounty C enter Tampa Florida 33602 { 813 ) 272-5790 during regula r bus i ness hours I I Fax Your Advertisement 2417 To: (813) 248-9218 I I AX DEEDS NOnCE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV U.C 12770 the holder ol lha followtng certJiicate has filed said certlficate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year ol issuance. the description ol the property, and the names In which was assessed ara as lollows : Folio No.: 045557.3024 Certificat e No.: File No.: 201 G-418HX Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: C LAIR M E L C I TY S ECT I O N A UNI T 4 L O T 12 BLOCK 63 PLAT BOOK/PA G E : 45/ 1 5 SE CTWP RGE : 26-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e(s) i n which assassed: PHIUP DEROSIERS S ai d property being I n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unle ss such certif i cate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Roor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twi ggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 1llttl day of Junt2010, at 10;00 A,M, (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verity sale location) Dated this 2al3l day of Aoril 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI 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 the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampe Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Drivers: COL-A: New Pay Package For Super SE Regional Lanes Good Home Time! Healthcare Benefits! Requires CDL-A w/1 yr Recent Exp. LinkAmerica 866-403-0507 www.LKAM.com Customer Sales Associates $ 7 .90-$ 9.50 Hourl y W or k At Home Event Coordinator $ 9 00 $11. 00 H o urly Depend i ng On Exper i e n ce 772-882-5771 Ema il Resume To advocateforbusiness@ yahoo. com Email Any Questions To: afsbollc@aol.com NOnCE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOnCE IS HEREBY GIVE N that TARPON IV U.C 12770 the holder ol the 1o1tow1ng certifica te ha s llled said te tor a tax deed to be lssued thereon. The certificate number and year ol Issuance the description o l the property and the names In which H was assessed are as lollows: Folio No. : 2011711. 1145 (See Folio No .: 140046.0014) Certlflcate N o.: 15084U7 File No.: 2010-416 Year o f Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: T ERRA CE C OURT O FFICE PARK THA T PART OF LOT 2 D E SCRIBE D AS : C OM AT SE C OR OF TERRAC E COURT OFFICE PARK N 00 D E G 08 MIN 43 SE C E 75 97 FT N 89 DEG 51 MIN t 7 S EC W 63 .67 FT FOR POB S 00 DEG 08 M I N 43 SEC W 64 67 FT N 89 DEG 51 MIN 17 SEC W 38 67 FT N 00 DEG 08 MIN 43 SEC E 64 67 FT S 89 DEG 5 1 MIN 17 SEC E 13 17 FT N 00 DEG 08 MIN 4 3 S E C E 3 83 FT S 89 D E G 51 MIN 17 SEC E 2 1 67 FT S 00 DEG 08 MIN 43 SEC W 3 .83 FT S 89 DEG 51 MIN 17 SEC E 3 83 FT TO POB PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 1061231 SEC TWP RGE : 15 28 19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name( s ) In which assassed : JHJR INVESTMENTS LLC Said property being In the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse Bi>o East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 1llttl d a y of Jyne 2010 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to v e rity sale location) Dated this 2al3l day of Aorll 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT 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 t o 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) days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Jobs 4 USA/Felons Looking 4 Work & Can t F i nd Any? 1 ,OOO' s Of Money Mak i ng Jobs & Opportun i ties Ava il able 16-65 S t art Today No Experie n ce Fel ons W e l come Tampa Park Plaza Corner Of Nebraska Ave. & 3rd Ave. #1499 Wednesday s @12:00 P.M. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX D ED NOnCE IS HER BY GIV oertlllcat number and year ol nee th
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NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC n770 the holder ol the following centflcate has liled sald cer1Jf1Cate lor a tax deed to be Issued thereon The number and year of ossuance. the description of the property and the names I n which It was assessed are as follows Folio No.: 043841 .0000 Certilicate No : 1 34836-<17 F i le No.: 2010-419 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: TRACT BEG 692 25 FT E AND 235 FT N OF SW COR OF NW 14 AND RUNE t51 75 FT N 253 3 FT N 68 DEG 48 MIN W t46. 7 FT AND S 1 DEG 26 MIN W 256 5 FTTO SEC TWP-RGE : 23-29 -19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) in wh i ch assessed : ROMAN VEKSLER Sa i d property be i ng In the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless suc h c enlficate shall be redeemed according to law the property described I n such cenlflcate shall be sold to the h i ghest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 1Jl1h day of Jyno 2010 at 10 00 AM (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verity sale location) Dated this day of Aoril 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of Tho Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodallon In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to tho provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) days prior to the dale the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC n110 the holder ol the f ol lowing c ertJficate has filed saod cer1Jfocate lor a tax deed t o be ossued thereon The cer1Jficat e number and year o l o ssuance the de!.eriptlon of the property and t he names on whoch rt was assessed are as f ollows : Folio No.: 041948 .0000 Certifica t e No : 134611Hl7 File No.: 2010-420 Year of I ss uan ce : 2007 Description of Propeny: GRANT PARK ADDITION BLOCKS 36 45 LOT 23 BLOCK 44 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 07 /55 SEC TWP RGE : 10-29 -19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s ) i n whic h assessed : PONTILA ENTERPRISES LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such cenif ic ate shall be redeemed accord i ng to law the property described in such cenificale shall be so ld to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 1Jl1h day of J yne 2010 at 10 ; 00 A M ( NOTICE : Please call ( 8 1 3) 276-81 00 ext 4809 to verity sale location) Dated this 23rd day of Aorll 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dlsablllty 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) days prior to the date the service is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF RULEMAKING Hillsborough County Public Schools The School Board of Hillsborough County Policies At its regular meeting of June 15, 2010 The School Board of Hillsborough County F lorida, will consider proposed amendments to the following Schoo l Board policies: 1122, 1160 1161, 2260 3122 3160 3161, 4122,4160, and 4161. The proposed form of the policies may be viewed and inspec ted at the H illsborough County Public website http://www.sdhc.k12.fl.us Go to the following links: Important Links School Board Policies Proposed Revisions Proposed Revisions @ bottom of the page For additional information or comments call: (813)272-4000 For All Your Classified Advertising Needs ..... Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com Fax 2417 To: (813) 248-9218 NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC n770 the holder ol the lollowlng cer1lficate has filed saod lor a tax deed t o be ossued thereon The certifocate number and year ol issuance the description o f the property and the names in which i t was assessed are as follows : F olio N o : 046128 .0000 Cenilicate N o.: 135120-07 F ile No.: 201 D-421 Year o f Issua nce : 2007 Description of Property: CLAIR MEL CITY UNIT NO 10 A REVISED PART LOT 13 BLOCK 52 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 38/13 SEC-TWP-RGE : 26-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in whi c h assessed : DONALD G. DODDINGTON ROGER V. RIGAU Said property be ing in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 1Jl1h day of June 2010 at 10:00 A M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verity sale l ocation) Dated this zarst day of Aorll 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT 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) days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. U.S. Government Homes For Sale All Areas Of Tampa And Hillsborough County Free List Of Homes Thomas L. Luft Realty (813) 634-4050 (813) 495-7481 East Tampa Business And Civic Association Price Reduced 2208 East 22nd Avenue 1145 69th Street 1219 East Cayuga 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Sing l e Car Garage Up to $60,000.00 Available In Do wn Payment Assistance (813) 248-39n I I NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t h t TARPON IV LLC n770 the hok:ler ol the following cenJ!Icate has toted said certJfica t e lor a tax deed to be Issued thereon The cenoficate number and year of Issuance. the description of the properly and the names I n which o t was assessed are as follows : Foloo N o.: 046209 .0000 N o : 135129-07 File No : 2010-422 Year o f Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: SUBDIVISION OF TRACTS 15 AND 16 OF SOUTH TAMPA IN SW 14 LOT 10 BLK 4 AND 30 FT STREET LYING N OF & ABUTTING LOT 10 BLK 4 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 25126 SEC TWP RGE : 26-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) I n whi c h asses sed : MICHAEL JOHN BROWN Said property being In the County o f Hillsborough, State ol Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder a t t he Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 1Jl1h day of J y ne 2010 at 10 ; 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 00 ext. 4809 to verily sale location). Dat e d this day of Aorll 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florid By : LAUREN D M E RRITT 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) days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Hot f:luy Investors -4 Properties Great Income Owner Retiring Call (813) 416-6183 Or (813) 63Q-0839 Kenny Cpndo For Sale $14,900 Cash Offers Only!!! Waterside Island 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Gated Community Fishing Gym Spa Pool, Racquet Ball (813) 481-2395 (813) 447-7674 NOTICE OF APPLICAnON FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t ha t TARPON IV LLC 12770 the holdor ol t he lor a t nHicata num r nd ye11r o r I ullnco. th o description o t the property nd th nam I n wh ich It was ass ssed are as follows : Folio N o.: 042271 o0oo Ce n llica t e No : 1 346S!Hl7 R l e No.: 201o-423 Year ol 15suan c : 2007 Description of Property: UCETA HEIGHTS LOTS 16 AND 17 BLOCK 2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 16/14 SEC TWP RGE : 1 1 29 19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In whi ch assessed : ROY V MCNERLIN JONNIE FAY MCNERLIN Said property bGing In th County of Hillsborough S tat e of Florida ,. Unle ss such certifiCate sha ll be red med according to law the prOperty d scribed In such ce rt ificate sha\1 be sold to the high s t bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomt? Courthouse BOO Eas t Twiggs Street Tan\pa FL 33602 on the 1Jl1h day of Jyne 2010 at 10 :bo A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 ext 4809 to verily sale location) Dated this day o f April 201 o PAT FRANK Clark Of Tha Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D M ERR ITT Deputy Clerk 11 lh,H ,.,, If you are a pe rsoo" disability who needs any accommodation } n order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no ,coat.'' o y ou, to the provision of certain aaaletance Please contact the Clerk's AdA 'Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 278 8100 extension 4205 two (2) days prior to the dabt the service Ia needed; If you are hearlng or voice Impaired, call 711. Homes For Sale $89K-Ready To Move In! -' .. We Pay Closing Cbst Call (813) 221-4457 USF Area Spacious, Remodeled 2 Bedroom Townhome A/C Carpet Tile, WID Hookup Fenced Patio $ns.oo Includes Water Sect i on 8 Welcome Call 813-22Q-3633 View Our Website @ www.flsentinel.com II 0 3: :-1 Q

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Edgecomb Courthouse, 600 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 12lb day of Junt 2010, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-81 00 ext 4609 to verify sale location) Dated th i s 2aJll day of APril 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Cln:uit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a penson 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) days prior to the date the service is needed; If you are hearing or voice i mpaired, call 711. Westchester Condominiums 2 Bedroomf1 Bath sectio"n if'oK Gated ; Pool WDH Screened Patio Tiled -FlOOrs Call {813} 96()-8490 NOTICE OF' APPUCATION F'ORTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC 112770 ltle holder of ltle lotlowng c ertJhcate has hied said certJficate lor a lax deed t o be ISSUed thereon Tile certrticate number and year ol1ssuance the descnpllOO of the property and the names 1n whiCh rt was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 046975 .0200 Certificate No.: 135204-{)7 File No.: 201G-424 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: SO U T H TAMPA VILLA SITES LOT 4 BLOCK 5 7 PLAT BOO K/P AGE : 06/56 SEC-TWP AGE : 34-291 9 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name ( s ) i n whic h assessed : ROY MCNERUN Sa i d property be i ng in the County of H i ll s borough St a t e of Florida Unless suc h certif i cate shall be rodoemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 600 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 12lb day of June 2010, at 1 0:00 A M. (NOTICE : Please call (613) 276-8100 ext 4609 to verify sale location) Dated this 23rd day of April 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hlllaborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk H you are a person with a dlaeblllty who na.ds any accommodation In order to participate In this proca.dlng, 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) days prior to the date the service Is na.ded; 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 (8jjjja_5.-1. 030 USF Area Spacious T?wnhouse 2 Bedrooms/1 Y2 Baths :,. ..J I ;-CHA Rent $750.00 Deposit $1 oo.oo Sectioh 8 'OK (813) 968-1168 NOTICE OF' APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t TARPON IV LLC 12770 the holder of the lollowmg certJficate has hied sa1d certifiCate lor a lax deed to be 1ssued thereon The certrticate number and year ol ISsuance the descnphon of the property and the names 1n whiCh i t was assessed are as follows Folio No.: 045508 0150 Certificate No.: 135027.07 F ile N o.: 201G-426 Year o f Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : SO UTH TAMPA SUB DIVI S I O N W 142 .5 FT OF E 172 .5 FT OF N 290.4 FT OF TRACT 1 2 IN SW l4 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 06/0 3 SEC TWP-RGE : 2 6-29 19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assesaed : 3A ENTERPRISES LLC Said property be i ng I n the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certif i cate shall be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 600 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 12lb day of June 2010, at10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (613) 276-8100 ext 4609 to verify sale location). Dated this 23rd day of APril 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of 'The Cin:ult Court Hlllabofough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk H you are a person with a dlaeblllty who na.ds 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) days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Sulphur Springs Large 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Home Central H/A, Fenced $900.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 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 NOTICE OF' APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thtll TARPON IV LLC 12770 the holder of the lollowng certJhcote has hied smd cert1hcnte lot a tax deed to be 1ssued thereon Tho cert1hcat o number ond year ol ISSuance. t ho doscnphon of t ho property and t ho nomos in whiCh 11 was assessed are as follows Folio No.: 045299 3596 Certifica t e N o.: 134990-{)7 File No.: 201G-427HX Year o l I ssuance : 2007 Description of Property: G REEN RIDG E E STATES UNIT NO 4 LOT 75 BLOCK 4 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 51/2 6 SEC TWP AGE : 2 5 9 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s ) I n whi ch assessed : BANJAMIN LEE TATE SR. Said pr o perty being In the County of H i llsborough State of Florida Unless such cert i ficate shall be redeemed accord i ng to law the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 600 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 1l!l.b day of June 2010, al10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (613) 276-6100 ext 4609 to verify sale location). Doled this 2aJll day of ADd I 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Cln:ult Court Hlllaborough County, Florlclll By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dlaeblllty who na.ds any accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Pleaae contact the Clerk' ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. 1/1 $495.00/Monthly Busch & 46th 2/2.25 $800.00/Monthly Fletcher & 42nd All Include H20 Call 813.376.8787 NOTICE OF APPLICATION F OR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thAI TARPON IV LLC 12770 ltle holdor ol t ho follOWing cer111icala hns filed said ottt tlllc to lor n t ax clOed to ba lssuoo t horoon Tl\i! certlllc8 t o 1\umbar &nd yenr ot lssuanco th
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0 p ::!: TO A WONDERFUL MOTHER! c a: u. MRS. GLORIA ADAMS ANDREWS A mother' s love is something that many can' t understand; she can make a situation better just by lifting her hand. A mother' s smile is contagious, it spreads and lights the way;for her to see their possibilities everyday. A mother's warynth is timeless, it radiates on cue to touch the hearts of her childrer:t with a love so true. A mother' s love is endless from birth until the end, she gives and gives and if asked will give again. A mother' s touch is coniforting, wiping away our tears; a mother's love is constant, it remains throughout the years. We love you unconditionally, from Kciy, Susan, Blythe and Sylvia; Nancy and Kevin; your grandchildren and great grandchildren. MOTHER'S DAY WISHES TO SPECIAL LADIES MRS. JEANETTE BERRY We want to take this time to wish these ladies a special Mother's Day. Simple words seem so inadequate when we think about all of the things you have done and continue todoforus. Your love and understanding continues to guide our steps every day of the year and we are blessed to have you in our lives. Have a Happy Mother' s Day, from your loving families. -MRs. 'sYLVIA ANDREWS MRS. NANCY ANDREWS I'M THE #1! MS.CHA A very special Mother's Day shout out goes out to our mother. Yes, she's the #1 Classy, Jazzy, Sexy, Independent, the badest ride or die chick. From your boys, Wes, Dhari, and Wendell. Special wishes also coming from D. T. We all love you. MIOSHA AND JAMAAL Happy Mother's Day to our mom, Miosha. Thanks for doing a great job. Also, from the love of her life, Jamaal. Love, Lil Erick, Jovan, Ahsunta, Jamaal .. SIMPLY AMAziNG LINDA K. HODGES-CRUM It amazes me that after all you've been through, you are still the "Baddest Diva" I know. It also amazes me that even when your knee hurts you stillfind the strength to be therefor the people you love. But what's the most amazing of all, is that God blessed Tony, Nieca, and Tonya Mann, with a mother like you! Happy Mother's Day, momma, your kids and grands love you so very much! Checl< Out: Our Newly www_flse No.....v \1\f"rtb On-line

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t;-HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY THELMA MOORE GLORIA JONES Happy Mother's Day Mrs. Thelma Moore and Mrs. Gloria Jones. Also to our mother. Love, your kids, grandkids, and great grands. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY MRS. ADAMS Happy Mother's Day to my baby, April, mother, "Karin," grandmothers, Susie and Mott, and mother-in-law, Ann. Love, Julian.. HAPPY MOTHERS DAY MZ. CARRINGTON, CAN'TERRIA, And BOOBAY Happy Mother's Day Ms. Shondra, love kids, Mz. Carrington, and Baby Daddy, Boo bay. TO A WONDERFUL MOTHER MRS. FLOSSIE MORRIS Happy Mother's Day to a wonderful mother. We love you, from the kids, grand kids, and great grands. STRONG WOMEN I RELLANDKIA To a great mother, thanks for being there and taking care of me. I don 't.say it often, but I love you. Happy Mother's Day. HAPPY MOTHER' DAY SAQUONA JENKINS To a wonderful dciu'gllt i!'l; Gbd only knows how happy I am to have you, Baby Gir l. Even tfio'ilgh the roads are a little rou!fli jUst hold on. Gt>a says he'll n(fuer' le'in:ie you nor forsake you, just ha' iie faith. He'll fight yo'ur' 'bartlu. '"I love my kids., MRS. JANIE M. ADAMS May your day ''be special today and everyday the year. We all a big shout out for beiriii .. From Bernard and Shericka. And a big .... t\1 . ...... thank you and (ofjf( Y fi.\! ft.:om tlac love of your life, 'Ifl!-.'V-.iJ.; .. :: .: "'., ... t . ... ....... .. CHERYLENE C. LEVY ... ; Happy Mother's Day, love your children: JaJuana Broxton, Arik, Eddie Levy, Jr., and Steven. We love you, Mama. .. -I r -.... ,. ... ... Happy Mother's Day, love you: Jemirah, Corey, Felicia, Leria, Byron, and Patricic. HAPPY o, MOTHE. ItSi '.DAY your man. Cocky loves y'ou. ..... 1\) 0 ..... 0 w I 0

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I HAPPY FIRST MOTHER' S DAY MOTHER' S DAY 0 a: LL 0 z ct 0 en w :: ..... > a: w [ij 0 w en :::i m :: a. z tu ..J ...J :: m I ..J w z t= z let 0 a: 0 1 ...J LL BIANCA AND WOOP WOOP Happy, F,irst Mother' s Day, Bianca (BB). God couldn't have sent Woop Woop a better mother. Love, Omar, Mama, Earl, Sr., Jr., Judy, HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY TO MY WIFE MRS. BOONE '" She' s a.goocJ.,mommy to her kids. She does what a mommie is supposed tO"'do for her kids. She makes sure her kids are her first priority m er ife. Only a strong woman like my wife can hold -down her jive pack. 0 w Love always, Mr. Boone. "Hundreds of dewdrops to greet the dawn, Hundreds of bees in the purple clover, hundreds of butterflies on the lawn, but only one mother the wide world, pver." George Cooper 1WON AND TASHAE Wishing the world's greatest mom a Happy Mother's Day to TaShae, we love you. From Twon, LaShae, Unique, Avion, and Asia. YOU'VE GOT TO PUT THE KIDS FIRST MRS. BOONE Happy Mother's Day to our mommie, she deserves a special day for aU the things she has put up with Us. So on this special day, mommy, we-'re going to be good lil babies for you: We are not going to do anything but love our mama. Love, your kids, Mz. VanWijah, Ms. Ter'Quyanna, Mz. WilWijah, Mz. Wil'Yette, and Mr. Ky' Ziah. MS. JOHNSON Happy Mother's Day to my wife, who I love so mucla Daniel. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY The Kidz: Markiah, Derrick, Sergio, and Daniel, Jr. Happy Mother' s Day my. lovely mCJther, from her wonder:ful 4-pack; Markiah, Derrick, Sergio, U?td Daniel, Jr. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY NISHA, MRS. KIM, AND ERIKA Love, from your daughters Nisha and Erika! Happy Mother Day, Mrs. Kim.

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(/A HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY CHRIS AND YOLANDA MARYANN My love for them is untouchable. Their love for me is unstoppable. Special love for my Grandma. Love, Yolie andfamily. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY Miss 3PCS and family: Miss 3 PCS, Pebbles, Ke'Ziah, and Lil Sherm. Go ahead and shine Ma, it's your day and you're the best mom ever. Love Bam, Pebbles, Ke'Ziah, Lil Sherm, and Zoe. HAPpy MOTHER'S DAY CHLOE LULA We love you, Jay and kids. We love you, Chloe and Jay. ..... 0 ANIYAH AND EBONY (EBONY) HERSHEY Celebrating my first Mother's Day. And Happy Mother's Day to my mother, Sherrie "Mo-Bootie. .___M_o __ __JII L.... _, ., r-0 c > tn MRS.GLO Happy Mother's Day to the world's greatest mom ... keep doing you Baby Girl. We love you and will see you soon. Love, your kids. GAIL We love you, Jay and Chloe. CATRINA GOODMAN m z m r;m c: r r-z "'tJ c: m r-.. (j) .. :I: m C m < m ::c ,-( -i .c: m tn c > z c ., ::c Happy Mother's Day to the most 6 beautiful and loving mother in the world. You have been there through it aU and we would like to say thanks and we love you. Love always, Erica, Kiki, and Dazia. "The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely-.new." C) m Ul I 0

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0 ,... 0 ,..._ i HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY TO MOMMlE o AND NANA a: u.. MRS. JULIA H. JACKSON We love you for all you do ... especially me, Nana while I'm away in school: I miss you. Mrs. Jackson is a longstanding member of Holsey Temple Church 0 and the U. S. A. Army Wives Asso-CI: ciation. i u.. Love your grandson, Julian R . and your daughter, Julia E 0 en w ::::> 1-> a: w > w 0 w J: en ::J m ::::> a. z i= w ..J ..J :::::::;) m w z i= z w en 0 IT'S YOUR DAY, GRANNY LETECIA (GRANNY) We love you, Jacob, Jeff, and DontaviU: .,_ a: jDRUM ROLL PLEA E ... j r KATHY And t h e mother of the year award goes to our mother and grandmother! Love you always, Dee, Vares, Harold, Ashleigh, Ahmad, Ahmari, and Antwan. A STRONG BLACK WOMAN I'M A KUNG-FU PANDA Please, you could never compare to me. I anrwho they couldn't even dare to be --strong, Black woman, mother, andfriend. Now "Roger That!" Love, Will c ;md Trina. Trina and Will Trina and i1 Will You are like a Diamond in the dirt, ltard to .find but I found you! HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY AJ, CRIS, NAIMA, JITT, MRS. THOMASINA DIGGS, AND PRECIOUS Happy Mother s Day to the backbone of our family, Ms. Thomasina Diggs. STRONG WOMAN g u.. CHAMPIONS OF THE GAME AND STILL STANDING 0 ch w CJ REAL WOMEN: KFSHIA, KUTERIA, SANT, TRICE, SHA WNTE', AND TIFFANY Real women do real things and it takes a real woman to recognize another real woman!_ Enough said! Happy Mother's Day to our entire crew from one another! T-BABY Happy Mother' s Day, Mat Love, your kids, Tika, Tayo, and Buggie. "All women become like their moth ers That is their tragedy. No man does That's his n -oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest, 1895

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WHEN PRAISES GO UP BLESSINGS COME DOWN JOHNEATHER FAITH, SHAY AND DESMOND With God first and Faith that's how our mother is the best mother that the Lord allows her to be. We love you, mommy, love, Desmond and Faith. A SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY SHOUT DIANE ROBINSON MS. DIANE ROBINSON A special Mother's Day shout goes out to "Our #1 Mom," Lady Di, bka, Ms. Diane! We all love you, your kids and grands! From Twon, LaShae, Unique, Avion, and Asia. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY IRENE AND CEDDffi B Ma, if it wasn'tfor you I don' t know where I would be today. Happy Mother's Day from your son, Ceddie B. Enjoy to the .fullest. THIS IS As REAL As IT GETS TRINAAND LIT.. Wll..L -'"'r , ._, I Yeah, he has got it good. Why? Because he has got years-and Still standing. "Copy That!" Love, your family. WANDABUIE All the kind and thoughtful things you do can never be honored enough. Happy Mother's Day, love your kids and grandkids. STRONG WOMAN PEANUT, MS. ALICE, AND PHYLUS !: ...... N 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 c )lo en m z c:: z c:: m ,... c;;. :::z: m c m < < m en c )lo z c ., c Happy Mother's Day to our mom and grandma. We love you: "' Taboo, E. J., Wussie, andLilJohn. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY FATBOY AND JULIA I would like to say Happy Mother's Day to my Baby Mama for being such a wonderful mom to my kids. Through it all, she is sti.ll a shin-ing star. Yeah, some of you are wondering, but it's ?to need to try en and .figure it out. m Love, Fatbiiy R. and HarhondaR.

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t NEVER MADE IT WITHOUT You! 0 u. MOMAGALAND JOHNEATHER 2BUBBA4, JONEATHER AND DONTE We are sending a special Mother's Day to our mother, Momagal. We love you and miss you. Happy Mother's Day. LAQUITAM Happy Moth r s Day I! my daughl!er. ou're a great moth r and I m proud you're my daughter. I love you, "Mom. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY 0 a: u. 0 z c( 0 (/) w ;:::) 1-> a: w > w 0 w J: (/) :::i m ;:::) a. z t= w ..J ..J ;:::) m I ..J W z i= z w (/) c( 0 LILBIT LILBIT WJShing my Lil Bit a Happy Mother's Day. a: 0 ..J u. SHAE AND ZONI You still look 25 from Moe. TINA AND KEKE TINA AND KEKE Happy Mother's Day, Baby, love you. SAMANTHA AND TONE HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY I understand your pain and struggle. It's tough being a mother. In times of .frustration and aggravation, you're still "Mother of the Year in our faces. From your husband, Tone and kids. I would also like to say Happy Mother's Day to the 3 special women in my life. My wonderful and sweet Granny (Faye), my beautiful strong mother, (Daphney), and. my mother-inlaw, Deanna..

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HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY LIL BIT DESHAWNDA, LIL CED, AND T-BABY Mommy, we love you. Happy Mother's Day. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY MICHELLE PETERSON Happy Mother's Day to my gam-ma, Michelle Peterson. Love, Chris Williams, Jr. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY ASHLEY AND KADEN To Janice and Minnie, the wonderful women in our lives. Happy Mother's Day. and_Kaden. HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY AUDREY BLACK We, your children, grands, and great grands, appreciate and love you; for your wisdom, kindness, caring, and loving heart, we thank Godforyou! -, I HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY I ANASTASIA A true example of a strong mother, love, your kids, LiZ Hollywood, Kay-Kay and Young Speedy. TOOT-TOOT AND C.E.O. Happy Mother' s Day, mom, nee d we say more l Love Ron, Poohma, Scoop, Lik Lik, Noodie, Tae-Tae, Poosie, and T I.! #1MOM k._ JERMAIN AND SHAWANDA Happy Mother' s Day to the bestest mommy and wife ever. We wouldn' t trade youfor the world. Love Jermain and kids. uTile Voice cif Our Commu11ity livelf 1 (813) 248-19!1" 3: ....... 1\) 0 .... 0 r0 :II c )> en m z m r:m c: rr-z ""0 c: m r en :X m c m < -< m en c )> z c "TT :II c

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HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY CYNCERE WAYNE MITCHELL I would like o wish my son a Lcirue, Liza, Daisy, Annie, Liz, Kenneth, Darryl, Jeffery, Jim, Jr., and Carlos (RIP Robert and Willie J.). Happy 1st birthday. He will b l -ebrating withfantily andfri nd May 8th. He is truly a blessing from God 't\ '' ,, ' .. c He is iny Mother's Day gift every year. Thanks for bringing so much joy in my life. Happy Mother's Day to our mom, s. Daisy Thorpe: We love you more and more each day. Love, mom, Janae. DINA, REGG, AND LIL REGG Happy First Mother's Day, bae. Enjoy O!Ieofyour many special days. Thank$for being a strong woman and wonderj'uf mother. Love Regg and Lil Regg. HAPPY MOTHERS DAY BFFANDBFF GERI, MEKA, AND ESHA Being a mommy is the biggest blessing ever, best friends and sisters al-ways. Happy Mo_ther's Day! -MS. LILLIE, JOKAYIA, JALEHA, LYRIC, LEGEND, AND DASANI Shout out to our awesome mamma, Ms. Lillie, on this lovely Mother's Day cause Ma, we know it takes a lot of hard work and dedication to do what you do, so with that being said, enjoy your day. Love, your Dynamic Duos. HAPPY DAY ; ... MS. CHAQUITA SLATER Happy Mother's Day to our mom and wife, we love you. Also, Happy Birthday to Craig, Sr., on May 10th. Neijia, Craig, II, and Craig, Sr.

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p ___,I ___, LILLIE IRON Happy Mother's Day from all your kids with love always. You mean so much to us. l_ MR. AND MRS. WHITEHEAD I want to wish my wife a Happy Mother' s Day and many to come. Love, your husband, Hott. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY LATISHA ALLEN This is your day of blessings and love, hope you enjoy it. Love you, Baby, Keny B. I AlMOST MISSED THE SIGN TIFFANY AND POOBEAR To my one in a lifetime, Happy Mothers Day, and on Mother's Day, Happy Birthday! I love you, Poo. STRONG WOMAN MRS. THOMAS Happy Mother's Day to the world's greatest mother and wife. Baby' we love you so much that we wouldn' t trade youfor the world. You are the piece to our puzzle and the joy in our lives. I thank God for you being my wife, andfor all that being said and dbne, Happy Mother' s Day. Love your husband and kids. STRONG WOMAN MRS. DAVIS Happy Mother's Day to our favorite girl, love, your 5 angels, April Bo-Bo, D. J., Jemya, and Bac Jr. Also your man, Big Bacl HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY LARRY, SHELL, WRETIA, FRANK, ANNIE (l\iom), CANDY, JANICE, AND JACK Happy Mother's Day, we love you! ...... I\) 0 ...... 0 ;!! 0 c )I> (/) m z :::! z m r;O:J c: r r-z ""0 c: O:J r-Cii :I: m c m < m -t c: m (/) c )I> z c c """ """ 0

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0 I C\1 ,.... w (!) HAPPY M OTHER S DAY TAMEKA CELESTE, TYESHA, MIMP, JADA, RENITA, AND ZI'YON Stronger, wiser, and blessed, truly, loving our lives and the people in it. Happy Mother's Day. From your loved ones, The Girls. COOKIE, BLACK BOY, KAYLA, POPO, AND TRENA The Lord is our salvation, whom shall we fear, no one. Happy Mother's Day to Cookie and Trenafrom Stank, Roach, and Tay/ HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY CHERYLL JENKINS Mom, what is healing, but the removal of all that stands in the way of knowledge? How strong the pain was, but you were stronger; how deep the fall was, but you were even deeper; how dark the night was, but you were the noonday sun in it. Thank God, He brought you through. Love always, the Jenkins Family. BEST MOM EVER MS. UNIQUE Happy Mother's Day to my mom. I love you and thank you for being my mom. Love, son, Derrick, Jr. "When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother al ways has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child." Sophia Loren Roses ar red viol t:s ar blu you ar th best mom w always knew. Happy Moth r s Day from your kids. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY ROSALIND BROWN Happy Mother's Day, mom, I thank Godfor you. Love, baby girl, (Debora). HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY GLORIA"PYE"RlCEUUUOSON This is our acknowledgement to the best mother in the world. Thanks for giving to me, the best of you, for caring for me during happiness and the worries. Happy Mother's Day, mom, I love you, from Johnny Freeman, Awilda., andfamily.

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DAY MS. APRIL MOE AND APRIL To the mother of my son and now wife, Happy Mother's Day ... From Moe. HAPPY MOTHERS DAY THE BALDWINS ERICA and JEFFREY It has always been said that just a picture itself is worth a thousand words, wellfor all of our fans here's two. Eryca, there are so many people that has to waitfor May 9th to come around to be told, Happy Mother's Day, I love you, or how much someone means to them. WeU, Bae it's obvious that you don'tfall into that category. Today I just wanted to take time out to say thank you, thank you for aU the things you've done for our kids: RIP Lil Jamel, Javion, Jaquavia and Nahleje. Thank you for always being by my side, thank you for just being you andfor being a strong mother, and also for being the person that you are, andfor all the things you do. Not only are you a wonderful mother, but you're a great provider and caregiver to our kids. Ericka, I love you, and that will never change. I just wanted to tell you that this day is just like every other day. I love you more and more! Happy Mother's Day, Bae, and many more to come ... P. S. "The truth means something only if the person USTENING understands it. "Mama exhorted her children at every opportunity to 'jump at de sun.' We might not land on the sun, but at least we would get off the ground." Zora Neale Hurston MS. POON AND MOM, CHERYL DANZEY You are my everything; you mean the world to me. When I look in the mirror, I see you in me. This world could never be all that it's cracked up to be, if I didn't have you and you didn't have me. I love you, rna. Happy Mother's Day. Sy, we love you. HAPPY MOTHERS DAY TO MY MOMMY, JENNIFER FROM YOUR LIL GIRL, JENEIYCE Happy Mother' s Day from your Baby Jeneiyce. I love you and miss you, mommy! LILHYIM :::c 0 }> s:: }> -< """" 1\) 0 ..... 0 r 0 ::0 0 )> CJ) m z :j z Happy birthday to m e, G -Mob m for life, stay tuned. Happy r;Mother's Day to my mother, sis-ter, and baby mama. r r IT'S OFFICIAL! Yes, for those who didn' t know, now lil star is on the way. Mother-2-Be Blackstar will be also celebrating her birthday May 1.5, 2mo, with realfamily andfriends. -f z '"'D c: m r CJ) :X: m 0 m < m ::0 -< -f c: m CJ) 0 }> z 0 ::0 0 ..... w I ("')

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N ,... :E c a: u.. c a: LL c z < c en w :;:) 1-> a: w > w c w :X: en ;:j m :;:) Q. z w ...J ...J :;:) m I ...J w z z w en < c it 0 ...J LL 0 ,.... #1 MOMMY MOMMYANDME AND BETHANI Mommy I love the way you love me, I love the way you spoil me, I love the way you teach nie how to be a man. Mommy; I love you because you're the best mommy a son could askfor. : Love, Quay. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY ASHLEY Mommy, every time I think you've done a superb job you always turn around and amaze me again. With so much to say in the most simple way, we love you. Happy Mother' s Day! CyKeriiL and Calvin. DOMINIQUE Happy Mother's Day, Bae. Love always, your husband, Eman and Kids. AMERICA PIMIENTA Thinking of you and love you always, from your sons, Joe and Calvin Pimienta. KEISHA Mom, not a day goes by we don' t thank the Lordfor you. You are the best mother we could ever ask for and we love yovforever. I hom Y=::Joe. 1 MOTHERS DAY To the number one lady i n my life. I lov e you always, your son, Isaac. To mama Fredia, someone that was therefor me at a time no one else was. Thank You! Lisa. VALENCIA Happy Mother's Day, mommy, jro711 Aubreyanna, Telicia, Aubrey, Jr., and Brenilalt.. LINDGAIL AND DWIGHT Happy Mother's Day, mom ,' we love you and you're "The J!est. Love your 9 kidz. 'The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother. "Author Unknown

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, k MOTHER' DAY MEMORIAM NETIIE RUfH MORRIS If roses grow in H eaven, Lord pick a bunchfor m e Plac e them in my mother' s arms and t ell her they'refrom me. Mother, you are forever in our h earts, thinking of you always, Happy Mother' s Day! Love, Jessica, Charle s Rawn, Shannon, Erma, Charlene, Therman, and Families. HAPPY MOTHERS DAY ALICE ALEXANDER Happy Mother' s Day, missing you, from your children, grandchildren, andfriends. I IN MEMORIAM SANDRA HARRISON 11/ 1964 --1 0 /2005 N o one knows how we miss y o u ; no one knows the bitter pain. Since we lost you life has never been the same. Love you always, your mother (Sarah) and.family. MOTHER' S DAY MEMORIAM PHYLLIS ARMSTRONG Sunrise: 10j21j1967 Sunset: 10/08/2002 Love you always,from the family. MOTHERS DAY MEMORIAM DELIA PIMIENTA Remembering you on this day, grandmother, mom, and great {J!and mom. From Joe and Calvin, all of us with love, Thefanrily. / / / HAPPY M BETTY JEAN HARVEY October 13 1939 ---D ecember 14, 2009 Happy Mother' s Day, w e miss you and w e love you always, y our family. 3: "'-I\) 0 .... 0 r-0 ::D __ A_Y_M __ EM __ m f FLORA JONES 12/22/41 ---9/3/09 Happy Mother's Day, we miss you very much. You will never know the pain we feel in our hearts since God called you t o your eternal rest. We miss you, but we know that God loved you best. Happy Mother' s Day from your children: Delphine' (/.rid James Robinson, Garcia Jones, Ross Jones, Con tina and John t>tclcirs ; your sister, Mary Reese; your special cousin, Pearl BellamJI11; t;. ;ta a host of { \if grandchildren andfriends. MOTHERS DAY MEMORIAM_. ANGALIA WIDCKER TABOR Not a day has passes that I don' t think about you. We love a:nll miss you. Always, the girls, KJuu'lViqh Boone and Sentavia Tabor. T < -z m r-1 m c: r r-z "'0 c m c (/) :I: m 0 m -t c: m (/) 0 > z 0 :B 0 .... (11 0

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MRS. DOROTHY MALLARD 9/03/1930 ---2/21/2009 Oh, how we miss you so dearly. You were the best mother anyone could ask for. You always poured your love and heart out to your family and friends. Happy ::t Mother' s Day. 0 Thank you momma,from daughter, Linda Cotney, andfamily . a: LL 0 zr;::================:::::;-, oct HAPPY MOTHERS DAY 0 (/) r-.... > a: w > w 0 w :I: (/) ::::i m ::::) Q. z t= w ..J ..J ::::) m ...:. w z t= z w (/) < 0 a: 0 ..J LL RUTH SCOTT SOLOMON Sunrise: 08-04-1925 Sunset: 01-19-2006 If roses grow in Heaven Lord, please pick a bunch for us. Place them in our mother' s arms and tell her they' r efrom us. T e ll h e r w e love her and miss her, and whe n she turns to smile, place a kis s upon h e r chee k and hold her fora while Because r e m embering h e r is easy. w e do it everyday, but there is an ache within our hearts that will never goaJl)ay We miss you Clearly, Mom. Love always,from your children. "God could_ n o t be e v erywhere and the refor e he made mothe r s." J ewish P r overb HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY, GRANDMA MRS. CLAUDIA M. ROBERTS 11/20/1914 ---12/02/1995 We miss you and love you. I know that you and momma are together in heaven. Thank you, grandma, from your granddaughter, Linda Cotney, and family. IN LOVING MEMORY, HAPPY MOTHER' DAY RENA MAE BARNUM Today, we rejoice the passing of Rena Mae Barnum and show our respect and love from daughter, Ethel Keaton and family. Mom, I miss you and will always love you! Rest in peace, Happy Mother's Day! HAPPY MOTHERS DAY GLORIA DAVIS DEROTHA HARRIS Mother's Day will never be the same. We miss you more and more eac day! Happy Mother's Day. Lov Late, T. T. and Sa'Nija. I N M EMORY O F OUR MOM ON D A Y MRS. MITITE TABOR You went to be with the Lord Easter Sunday morning, seven years ago. We miss you. We love you. Your daughters: Maurice Green, Theresa Delancy, Eloise Leek, and Beatrice Rodriguez Snow. INEZM LL It' s beenfiv years mom, sin you've lift me. I lov you and miss you. J.B. Lauren, and family. Happy Motl1er s Day. MOTHER'S DAY MEMORlAM MOTHER MATTIE GAINES Now tucked away inside our hearts,forever to abide and someday in heaven again, your face we will see. Happy Mother's Day, Mom. Children: Bernard (Ethel), Ronald, Pat (David), grands and great grandchildren. I N L OVING M EM ORY O N MOTHERS DAY ORETHACHATMAN 3/30/52 ---9/29/ 09 This is our first Mother' s Day without you and we miss and love you dearly. Jasmine and Joey.

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{; HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY DIANE YOUNG, LEFI', AND PEARL WILUAMS To my sister who was also a wundeiful mother. You let us know in so many ways that you loved us and made us feel special with praise and encouragement; you were always there when we needed you; to conifort and care. We just wanted you to know that we are thinking of you this Mother' s Day and everyday. Love, your family. MAXINE McNEAL CLARDY MOTHER: We learned about love from you, watching your caring ways. We learned aboutjoyfrom you, infun-filled yesterdays. From you we learnedforgiving of faults both big and small. We learned what we know about living from you, as you gave life your all. The example you set is still with us, I m thanlifulfor all that you taught us, and I'm blessed to call you MOTHER .... MISSING YOU ATLINE McNEAL We all want to say Happy Mother' s Day. Love always, The Family. I IN LOVING MEMORY I r--, MRS. GlADYS HAYES MOTHERS DAY MEMORIAM In loving memory of our mama WILLIE MAE MACK on Mother's Day. We love and Oct. 1, 1931 --Jan. 24, 2009 miss you so much. Your children, arandchildren., and We miss you and we love you, great grandchtUlren. Mother. Love, your children. -------. ---. ,!-..,....,....,..,...-_,_,_____;;, _____ --...J TO OUR LATE GRANDMOTHER AND MOTHER Zelia Myers, left, and Brenda Myers Not a moment has passed without you being in our hearts. The both of you were the foundation that held us together. You are truly missed. Love, kids and grandkids. SHIRLEY ANN McNEAL PERRY BRONSON IN MEMORIAM ADELE STRADFORD October 17, 1919 --May 6, 2009 You are missed and loved. You will forever be in our hearts. Love always, the Gqffney Family. BARBARA STEPHENS Happy Mother' s Day coming from your kids: Deniarco, T(ffa.ny Jerry, Ty 'Rell Marquayveius, De marco, Jr., and the Stephens Family. OUR Q!JEEN IS NOW AN ANGEL IN HEAVEN VALARIE JOHNSON Honoring you today and always. Thank you for the love. Words could never express how much we love and miss you! Happy Mother' s .Day, Mama, love your children and grandkids. -n ,... 0 0 ,.. en m z m r;m c: r r-z c: m r-c;; :::1: m 0 m < m -t c: m en 0 ,.. z 0 -n :::r:J 0 MOTHER' S DAY MEMORIAM FRANKIE LEE DOZIER Happy Mother's Day, mom. We miss and love Love the fam-...., ily. 0 ---------------------"-------

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0 0 ,...: i IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY DAUGHTERS c a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w ::::l .... fi: w > w c w ::I: en :::i m ::::l a. z t= w ..J ..J ::::l m I ..J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. YOlANDA KENTY 9/17/64---5/8/79 TRACEY KENTY 1/6/66 ---5/13/2009 The loss of my daughters has me in a place that is sometimes difficult t accept. When Yolanda lost her battle with brain cancer after a two-year struggl that was devastating to me and I thought it was a one time tragedy. Neve could I have imagined that cancer would return and claim my baby girl. The emptiness and pain in my heart doesn' t seem to pass. It's not my lov for them that will never die that hurts. It' s my being alone without them. My grandchildren are dealing with their mothers' passing as best they can. God allowed them the time neededfor them to really know and love eac other as mother and children. Sadly missed, from your mother: Loretta Armstrong, and children. Bertram Mc.Dttffie and Malaysia and Breland Kenty. PRECIOUS MEMORIES OF OUR MOTHER MRS. REBECCA BROWN CRAWFORD 5-15-1941 ---10-18-2009 Precious memories of our beloved mother on October 18, 2009. The Lord called and said, "Well done thy good and faithful servant." You answered the call and left it all behind, leaving us with wisdom, knowledge, and understanding to know that earth has no sorrow that heaven can' t heal. Even in the midst of our weeping, we hope and trust God that someday we all will meet again. Deeply missed and loved by the entirefamily andfriends. Happy Mother's Day. MOTHER' S DAY MEMORIAM JIMMIE L. EDWARDS Mother, this is the fifth Mother's Day without you. We love and miss you so much. You are forever our dear, sweet mother. God gave us the best. Love, your children: Connie, and Frank; grandchildren and great grands. I HAPPY MOTHER' MS. BERTHA JACKSON 7/24/35 --3/22/07 To our mom, we love you. Michael, Pat, Lisa, Victoria, and Byron. MS. SYLVIA JA ON 1/23/59 ---10/28/03 Momma, we would like to say Happy Mother' s Day. We love you and miss you. Love your kids, husband, and grands. MOTHER'S DAY MEMORlAM MRS. ARETHA P. YOUNG WIShing you a Happy Mother's Day from your children: Cherylene, Derylene, Millie, Sheryl, and Angie .. MOTHER'S DAY MEMORIAM MRS. MARY 0. BOLESKY Happy Mother's Day from: Michelle Ross, and husband, Ross; Patti K. Schropp, and husband, John D. Dunn; granddaugHter, Lauren Ross; Cherylene Levy; Henley and C'asey ..

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HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY AND BIRTHDAY FOR 2 LOVING SISTERS IN HEAVEN GRANNIE MRS. GERTRUDE McCOY 5/14/15 ---7/26/2007 We love and miss you both. AUNT MRS. LENDSY MARSHALL 5/4/28 ---7/26/2006 Love, Robin, Elnora, Jerome, Eileen andfamilies. HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY MEMORiAM EMMA LOU McCRAY Surnuise:12/29/40 Sunset: 07/04/08 Happy Mother' s Day, mom, we all love you, and miss you so much! Love always, your kids: Harriett, Curtiss, Kim, and Horace, Jr. We miss you, Big E MOTHER' S DAY MEMORIAM ANNIEMWRENCE Sylvester and Pat Johnson; Shirley and Albert; Edgar and Barbara _Jones; Alphonso and Betty Hicks; James and Francine Lawrence; Freddie, and grandkids. We love you and miss you. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY JEN Jen, we miss you so much. I wish I could just hear your voice again. Love, Atmtie every and Uncle Jessie. THELMA ROBINSON AND DELLA HUFF A mother' s face is something that could n e v e r be replaced, RIP w miss and we continue to carry your presence in our hear { Love always, Ms. Diane Robinson, kids, and grand kids. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY JENNIFER M. JACKSON -May 28, 1963 ---March 7, 2003 love you on this Mother' s Day and everyday. ve, your daughters, Dionne and Keshonda, andfamily. I MOTHER'S DAY MEMORIAM ROSE MARIE SMITH 2/22/41---5/26/03 I We love you, but God loves you best. You will always be with us in our hearts. World's best mother. Love always, Selena and Darryl, Corey, Mario, Rainay, Panchetta, Cecelia, De De, Don, Baby, and Russell. .:"" 1\) 0 0

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0 a: LL. 0 z cs: 0 C/) w ;:::) 1-> .a: w > w 0 w :X: C/) i '::0 .D.. : z Iii _. _. ;:::) m ..:. w z w C/) cs: 0 0 _. LL. MOTHER' S DAY MEMO RIAM MARTHA JAME S Mommu, you left big shoes to .fill and lonely hearts to heal. Missing you on this special day, your sons, Edward and Lovett; one daughter, Carolyn; grands, Angie, Elrica, Nikia, Katrina, Shannon, Chris; and great grands. DIANA WALKER GRIFFIN DIANA AND YVEITE To the most loving mother I know, from your daughter and sons. We want to wish you a Happy Mother' s Day .from earth all the way up to sweet heaven where a beautiful Angel like you lay to rest. Just to let you know that even though a year is quickly approaching us th?t Y_OU have gone, I still love you and that each day ofmy life, I ll be thmking of you. And to my Auntie Yvette, I love you, too. I know you're both watching over us .from the heavens above. And to my family mothers, Happy Mother' s Day. I love you and God bless us, Cynt, Tory, Jake, Juke, Derrick, Erick and Antonio. MOTHER'S DAY MEMORIAM IN MEMORY OF YOU ON MOTHER'S DAY DR. DORIS E. COPELAND July 1, 1940 ---August 12, 2008 In loving memories of you on Mother's Day, YOU'RE GONE BUT "We love you, "your daughters, Queen, Jennie and Alfreda; grands, and great grands. HAPPY MOTHERS DAY MEMORIAM ANNE'ITE M. POOLE Sadly missed by grands, family, and a very Dave. MOTHERS DAY MEMORIAM ELIZABETH YORK You are truly missed. /A)ve Sabrina, Michelle, and Shawn. MRS. DORSEY "DOT" HUNTER Thinking of you today and always, we miss you very much. Love, your children and grandchildren, The Hunter and Brinson Families. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY MS. ELLEN J. DUHART We miss you, but we know you are with the Father. Love, your children, grands, and friends. EV ANG. MO. EMMA McNISH BOGAN WILLIAMS SUNRISE: 4-26-1919 SUNSET: 5 3 -2008 You were a great mother of mothers. It's been two years since you left earth to reside in God' s Kingdomforever. You lqt our presence, but forever in our hearts From your children, grandchildren, great, and great, great grandchildren and the rest of the family andfriends HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY ROBERTA WATERS Roberta Waters, you were truly an amazing mother, and grandmother who will always be loved and never forgotten. Happy Mother's Day, love your and

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HAPPY MOTHER' S DAY JENNIFER JOHNSON Sadly missed by your daughter, Jeneiyce; your mother, Alma; your sisters, Rachel and Shawlett; and your aunties. mother is someone who dreams great dreams for you but then she lets you chase the dreams you have for yourself and loves you just the same." Author Unknown MOTHERS DAY MEMORIAM DELORIS GREEN 12/15/1935 ---7/13/2000 Happy Mother's Day. It has been 10 years since you llift us. It broke our hearts to lose you. God needed you with Him in heaven. All our love, thefamily. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY, MOM! I JADABARNER If roses grow in Heaven, God please pick a bunch for me. Place them in my mother' s arms and tell her they're from me. !ell her I love her and miss her and when she turns to smile, place a kiss upon her cheek and hold her for awhile ... Loving you always, your son, Jaylon. BERNICE A. NATHAN Dear Nana ... I miss you so very, very much everyday and every night ... you made each day seem like Mother's Day ... I will always remember you Nana, and I will al-ways love you ... for v r ... from Serion ... Nana ... please t ll God hello for me. I love you. MOTHER'S DAY MEMORIAM l_ ANNA MARIA (MARIE) MANRESA HARRISON December 31, 1908 --September 14, 2005 Mama, we love you and miss you. Your children, grandchildren, and other family-members. 6 0 > en m z m r;m c: rr-!!I z c: m c en J: m 0 m -4 c: m en 0 l> z 0 "T1 0 MOTHERS DAY MEMORIAM HAPPY MOTHERS DAY JEWELL JONES CALHOUN Happy Mother's Day to my wife, Jewell Jones Calhoun, from your husband, Thomas. You made my life strong with life. Now it' s much stronger even in your C> m So rest in peace my love. N From your mom, Sharon, daughters, Loronda and Forever """' ________ _J,4C,

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1 REMEMBERING You ON MOTHER' s DAY I r MRS. ALICE MAYHUE Mom, you were always very special to us, giving your love unconditionally. We will always love and remember you, not only on this Mother's Day, but everyday. Love, your daughter, Pinkey Billingsley. REMEMBERING MOM THE MARCUS FAMILY MRS. JOYCE MARCUS To a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, andfriend. This Mother's Day will be a tem:ful celebration. It has been two months since you left us. Life has not been easy. Our days have been lonely and our nights have been sleepless, but we continue the values you have instilled in us. We were blessed to have you in our lives. You are still and will always be the best mom any of us could ever have. So mom, continue to rest while we prepare ourselves to see you again . We love you, Happy Mother's Day. From your husband, Ben, and the Marcus kids. HAPPY MOTHERS DAY TO OUR BEAUTIFUL MOTHER FRANCES BROOKS JENNINGS .:-.. N 0 ..... 0 There are times when only a mother's love can understand our tears, can soothe our disappointments and calm all of our fears. r-There are times when only a mother's love can share the joy we feel when something we've dreamed about quite suddenly is real. There are times when a mother's faith can help us on life's way and inspire in us the co'lfidence we need.from day-to-day. en For a mother's heart and a mother's faith and a mother's steacffast m love were fashioned by the Angels and sent .from God above. Mom, you will always have a "special" place in our hearts. We love ::::2 you and we miss your beautiful smile! ifi From your loving children, grandchildren, and great _grandchil-r-d __ M_o_T_H_E_R_'s_D_A_Y _JI L __ M_o_T_H_E_R_'s_D_A_v __, MEMORIAM _ MEMORY OWANDA HICKS 7/14/77 ---11/19/09 We know your soul is with God and your spirit is within our hearts. We love and miss you so dearly and you're always in our hearts. Love kids ... Kay-Kay, Pee, Ced ... Mom, Dad, and Family. "Nobody knows of the work It makes to keep the home together. Nobody knows of the steps it takes, nobody but Mother." Anonymous In Recognition Of Mother. .. A Celebration Of Ute. DORETHA B. CURRY Love to sing, tenacious, humorous, loving, not qfraid to speak her mind even if she stood alone. The only other a4jective is Jesus. Sadly missed, Alfred Parham and Gloria Jean. C: I= z c:. OJ c CJ) :z: m c m < m -4 c: m )> z c :!! c

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