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II SUS I IC SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A Tampa Chapter Of The Links, Inc. Welcomes 6 New Members The Mother's Day weekend was a special time for the Tampa Chapter Of The Links, Inc. Six women were welcomed into its chain of friendship. lnnisbrook Resort was the site for the ceremony and celebration. The 'Six Sensations' were the guests of honor at a cocktail party and breakfast. Joining the chapter are: Hosetta Coleman, Sharon Andrews, M. D., Ruby Brown, Phyllis Lee, Kay Jefferson and Atty. Julie Sneed. Dad Feels Shooting Storr Must Be Told SEE PAGE 4-A Doug Williams Leaves lues SEE PAGE 14-A --Health Fair Targets Women And Strs SEE PAGE 11-B Slave Grave Site Visited SEE PAGE 6-A

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0 Features N Communitv leaders, Elected Ofticials Anend Meeting on light Rail BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On May 6, 2010 at the Children's Board building on Palm Avenue, the WMoving Hillsborough Forward" group hosted a meeting to discuss light rail in Hillsborough Cobilt)a.anrl the proposed half-cent that will fund the prcmJ Children's Board memoer, Robert Pete"' Edwtirds, said he told th em the current bus service needs to be improved b efo r e any discu s sion can b e made about spending funds on something this big. "We ne e d a separate revenue source to pay for improved public transportation. If we vote in favor of the sales tax will it be used for C what it's intended for? Are a: they going to treat th e people fair? That's the z primary issue. ct "The working poor don' t appear to have any. involveC ment in this project, but we ffi do know they need our vote to :::: make the sales tax proposal 1-pass. Aide to U. S. RepresenW tative Kathy Castor, Chloe > w c w :::t: en m :::: a. z ..J ..J :::: m I ..J w z z w en C a: 0 ..J LL Coney, said it was a good meeting. "It' s important the people know what's going on. A lot of people came that represented a cross-section of the commu nity including a few pastors." I felt the meeting was infor mational and a lot of people got to speak out. Allison Hewitt, HART Board Vice-Chairperson, and Chairperson of HART's Major Projects Committee, said she was there to explain where HART is and where they want to go. A lot of information was passed back and fo.rth. the major concern was the impact CHWECONEY on the Black community and the creation of jobs. Until the county decides one way or the other where they'll go on the sale tax, everything is on hold. The 13th (this Thursday) was the deadline for them to decide whether to put the referendum on the ballot. They will make that decision based on community meetings and input from those who attend Thursday 's public hearing. Former congressman and State Representative, Jim Davis, who is involved in the "Moving Hillsborough Forward" campaign, said the m .eeting was long overdue Sol Davis 5205 N; Lois (813) ". ALUSON HEWITT and everyone got an earful on how to improve the current bus service. A lot of people want more bus service Also, we talked a lot about the sales tax and what would the people get in return. "Ma ny have seen how light rail proj ec ts create jobs, but we need to hav e a functional bus service as far as ex pan sion and improvement is con -JIM DAVIS cerned. AI o some infrastru -ture change may b e n ces sary. On Thursday, May 13th at 6 p.m., a public h ea ring on the Hillsborough Transit R e f e r endum wa h e ld at All P eoples Life Cent er. This was the fin a l m e ting b for County Commis i n r d ec id e whether to put th sales tax proposal on the Novemb e r ballot. Retired Cosmetologist Business Woman Dies After lenuthv Illness A retired cosmetologist and businesswoman passed away on Wednesday, May 5, 2010. Mrs. Jannie Brooks Sherry passed away at the University Community Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was So years old Prior to retiring in 1990, Mrs. Sherry was the owner of Brooks House of Beauty, located off of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. and 29th St. Although retired from busi ness, Mrs. Sherry remained very active in the community as President of the Majestic Ladies Social Club, a member of Top Ladies of Distinction, West Central Chapter; Red Hatters, Inc. and the National Council of Negro Women, Tampa Metro Chapter. Mrs. BrookS Sherry con tinued involvement by encour aging young women of color to JANNIEBROOKSSHERRY support each other. With this, she founded Black Women Business Owners Executives and Entrepreneurs (BWBOEE). She encouraged the women to network, share their ideas and to be role mod els for one another while giv ing back to the community. Funeral services for Mrs. will be anrrounced'latet: Integrity Funeral SeNices is in charge of arrangements. Tampa Metro Section of NCNW, Inc Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Annual Luncheon & Fund Saturday, May 15th 11am-2pm Hilton 2225 North Lola Ave. NCNW Man1lens nbW811' wtiee alh will NCNW *llel Nlic is iwilad-$35.00 tldllt and tiWf be ::f:m: Roule (a 1441); Erml Grilln (23UM1) Chair

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., eatures Readers Share Opinions On Republican Convention Coming To Tampa Train Beheads Man tving On Tracks :s::: BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Wedn es d ay afte rn oo n R e publican ationa l Committ ee Chairman Michael Steele announced via a t e lephon e conference that Tampa will serve as the host c i ty for th e party' s upcoming co n vention. The R ep ublican National Convention will tak e pla ce during th e week of August 27, 2012. City officials h a d attempted to lure th e co nvention on two previous occasions, but failed The host committee plans to raise $40 million privatel y to ho s t the convention The y will also receive an $18 million grant from the Federal Elec tion Commi ss ion a nd another $50 million security grant appropriate d b y Congress. Som e Sentinel read e r s shared their opinion a b out Tampa se rvin g as th e host city for the convention. Pat Spencer said, "Anytime Tampa can bring opportunities to our city that will mean the possibility of jobs for numerous people that are out of work I am pleased. i'vty fir s t though t wh e n it wa s an n o unc ed wa s h o w \\ill peop l e b e c ho se n for the ava ilabl e work? I would hope th a t th e black R e publi ca n s i n our area b eco m e in volved in thi s opportuni ty Dr. George Foxx sa id I think it i s wonderfu l that Tampa was se l ec t ed as the eco n o mic impact should be g reatl y appreciated. It also d e mon stra t es tha t T ampa i s a prominent city on p a rallel with other k ey cities in the country worthy of such dis tinction. The politics that fol low the convention is something else. Billy Wheeler said I have nothing against them coming to Tampa s ince it s hould b e of economic benefit to the city. Hop e full y, they will seek to originate ideas and put forth candidates that promote the betterment of all citizens. Last thing, they need to lighten up and experience some real enjoyment since overall, they seem to be such a joyless group of people." Carl Warren said, "As a long time Republican I am Training :Program For Legal Secretary Begins Monday, 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 prepeq students for employment Legal Receptioilists, Legal Sew...,.. Followed by a six (6) week Internship with $1 per hour stipends. Final goal is employment In a law or business office. To Apply for the Program Call ETBCA Office at (813) 2A8-39n Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The program is funded by the tasborough County ao.nJ of County Commissioners the Service Block Grad. wrY ambiYalent about th e ConYent i o n com in g t o Tampa in 2012. I a m n o t sure wh a t thi s abo ut th e impa c t it will o r can h ave for Black p eo p l e in b e n e fitin g from th e Con v ention co min g to th e Tampa Bay a r ea." Dr. Samuel Wright said "As one who serve d on the board of the directo rs for the Convention and Visitors Bureau for six ( 6) years, I am supportive af luring business t o the community. Tampa's economy is suffering like that of other communities and can stand a boost. I trust community is ready to host such an event, especially after being the third time to bring the RNC to the Bay area. Go Re public ans .... enjoy it now. I am sure the D emocrats will follow. Plant C ity PolicE' report that a man ly-ing o n the t rai n tral:ks 1\) 0 Thursday morning near Howard and R e nfro Strel'ts was _. s tru ck and killed bY a train 0 Police report that it appcart'd the m a n had his h ead o n th e tr acks and wa s beheaded by th e train P olice arc s till in ves ti gat in g th e acci d e nt. They report ed th at th e \ i c tim i s 40 ye ars o ld. a nd hi s n a m e h as n o t b ee n re l eased b eca u se hi s r e lati ves liv e o ut of s tate. Man Found Dead AlBus Stop Hill sborough County Sh eriffs d eputies report that th e body of a man was found b e hirid a bus stop in front of a n apartment complex on Ori ent Road. At 1:07 a.m. a passerby found the body b ehind the bus s top at Orient Road and Delano Avenue in front of Fairvi e w Cove Apartments. Witnesses reported hearing gunshots, but d eputies hav e not confirmed if the victim 's d eath was the r es ult of a shoot ing The victim has not b ee n id e ntifi e d but it ha s b ee n r eported h e's a Hispanic mal e D ep uti es a r e s till at the scene int e rvi ew -ing po ss ibl e witn esses en AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE m z ::! z News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For Loss Wa es And Medical Care ... IRIIProltJssional StJndctJ! Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee InvestigatorsIf there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transpdt)rtion Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More .. Call Michelle B. 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or----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Local Father Feels Storv About Shooting Had To Be Told BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When Walter Lee Amos, Jr., was 16 he found himself b e ing raised in the streets of College Hill and that lifestyle cos t him 10 yea rs in prison. Looking back Amos said that turned out to be a golden opportunity for him to get a formal education. It was also an opportunity for him to re discover himself Amos emerged from his time in prison as Jihad Amos Muhammad, a Fruit Of Islam Soldier of the Na tion Of Islam. "In prison, I attained my GED, a CDL Class A license, and an entirely new perspec tive of who I was and what I needed to do." Muhammad said he felt it c was necessary for him to tell ii: his story, because an incident u. in Tampa Heights on April6, 2010 cast him into a different w c w %: en :::l m :: a. z _, _, :: m ..=. w z i= z w en a: 0 _, u. "The media made slander-ous comments about me. They made false statements and felt no remorse. None of them ever met me or any member of my family, but they still formed an opinion of me as being some kind of criminal." .. Muhammad is now a volunteer assisting the Department of' Corrections in their JIHAD AMOS MUHAMMAD effort to enhance the programs and services to inmates and offenders that promote positive behavior. I see myself as a good father who loves and provides for his children. Above all, I am a praying man who believes prayer changes things. As far as the shooting incident is concerned, it happened in my mother's driveway and was simply a matter of crushed pride between my son and another young map.." Concentrations in: Aging StU(ties Muhammad sa id our children n eed t o find a more benefici a l wa y to vent th ei r anger and frustration. "They' r e g r owing up in a low tol e r ance environme nt. That s why they are so angry all th e time and stri k e out at their parents and anyone else." Muhammad is also working on a book, Building Yo.ur Community ," WiUltS to turn into a com-, munity program. "I want parents to bring their children to help build their community so they can become brave young champi ons. "To my surprise, the children have been more supportive than the adults. The children need a true man in their lives, and I think if their parents take part in my program, we can work together to make that happen. All they see and feel are the frustrations of their father." Muhammad said when he was incarcerated, another inmate asked him who he was. "He also asked me what I was. He explained to me the importance of using our mind and to read the Bible. The Book of Amos is my favorite point of reference." "When I found Islam, that' s when the ultimate change happened for me. That's the foundation of my life and beliefs. You have to be a man of principle and finding Islam brought me that." Behavioral Healthcare Services Business Enviroiiin.eiil:al P olicv and .. ,: t. . ., Hospitaltty Management Information Public Administration Public Urban Studies Women's Studies Some ooncentrations available online UNIVERSITY OF SOU1H FLORIDA campaign Launched To FreeMan Convicted It Age 16 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Martha Charles, CEO Of Street E l e m e nts Magazine, is the c h a irp erso n of th e Halim Flowers Commutation Cam paign In December 1996 in Wash ington, D.C., a person was shot during a burglary J.Je. died in "fUtl 1997, and Flo"(eJ" was charged with aiding.the person who pulled the trigger. At the age of 16 in 1998, he was con victed and sentenced to 40 years in prison. That sentence was later reduced to 30 years. Now, 13 years later, a national campaign is underway to get Flowers's sentence com muted. "I found out about Flowers when he wrote me a letter re questing to write for the maga zine," said Charles. "He told me his story and we just went on from there. Charles said although the person who actually pulled the trigger has been freed, Flowers is still serving time. "The charges were dropped and the case dismissed against the person who actually did the killing. That's why we can't un derstand why they won't let Flowers out." HALIM FWWERS The objective of the ca m paign is to get as many letters as possible to support Flowers in his endeavor. He has made many accomplishments over the past 13 years and has written a couple of books "If ever there was someone who has been totally rehabili tated, it' s Hallm," said CharleS. "It's hard to believ e th e ju dicial system is sentencing our young men to such long t e rms in prison, especially when they are juveniles. Only African American men are getting these kind of sentences and it 's time something is done about it." Anyone interested in heip ing Charles with this cam paign can reach her at (813) 545-5540. FRED HAYES R$a ltor .. ni 't

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editorials/ Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202 -14 0 ) 220 7 21s t Avenue T ampa F lo r ida 33605 ( 813 ) 248 -1921 Pub lished E very T uesday and Frida y B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Memb e r o f Nat1onal New spaper Pub lishers As soc i ation ( NNPA ) POSTMASTER : Send Addr e ss Change T o : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Per iodic al P ostage P a i d At Tampa FL C Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193Q-201 0 (1977) S KAY ANDREWS, P,UBLJSHER ) r: I C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES ; EDITOR . J,' I t IRIS HOLTON CITY'Drf'OR l -_jj BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTIStNG:piRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions : $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opmion s expre ssed on editorial pages of this n ewspape r by Columni sts or Guest Writ ers. do not n ecessa rily rell oc t the edi tori a l s tanc e ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publ ishe r Doug Williams savs Good-Bve Once Again E very shut-eye ain't sleep, and every good-bye ain't gone! Certain people must be thinking about that, as they consider the implications of Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Director of Professional Scouting, Doug Williams bidding his team farewell, for the second time. Saying he's leaving, "at the right time to look at new options," and assuring the press that he's "wishing nothing but the best for the Buccaneers," Doug Williams would seem to have closed another chapter on what many had hoped was a Cinderella story. The former Buccaneer quarterback, nicknamed "The Bayou Bullet," once led the fledgling team to the NFL Finals and was later sent packing by management. When he left the Buccaneers the first time, a city cried. When he returned as Director of Professional Scouting, that same city cheered. Now Doug Williams is leaving again, some say forever. Though his moving on is said to have been mutual, rumors run rampant. Was Williams considering becoming a coach at the University of South Florida or Southern University? Perhaps, only time will tell. In the meantime, we say, "Farewell, Brother Doug. But remember, Tampa is a beautiful place for retirement. I One Percent Just Won't Do I 0 ur soapbox has always advocated for diversity and capacity building, especially as a means of increasing in b iness and in contracts. Take, for instance, what the :-: o its 2008 and 2009 foc:usin_g on contracts wiBaed m the afre&S'of.-engmeenhg, 'archi-tecture, technology, specialty trades, utilities, commodities, investments and professional, as wellas scientific services. City statistics have not been good. Citing a total. of nearly $265 million in contracts awarded in two years, Gregory Hart, Manager of Minority Business Development, reported, less than $2.3 million had been awarded to Black businesses. Had it not been for the City's Sheltered Market Program, which set aside projects valued at $2oo,ooo or less, Black participation in contracts awarded by the City of Tampa would have been next to nil. So, what does that leave us, here in the City of Tampa? Taking a look at the professions and services that the City of Tampa and other governments request most frequently would help potential and current Black businesses to determine how they could get a better share of the local economic pie. More so, cities such as Tampa might be a bit more openhanded about upcoming contracts and other opportunities which might be of interest to businesses, across the board. No one wants a hand out. But a hand up would be nice! M ayor Pam Iorio i s n earing th e e nd of h er e ightyea r r e i g n as th e Mayor of the City of Tampa. Term limit s will prevent h er from running for a third term. What does that m ean'? It : means Will be no ihcumbent in the'1:wn That 'i s ;iood ITJ(t\ews ; fdr a i ltlt of people i "-an-didates ah d tumors of candi dates are lining up for a run at the city's top job. Marion Lewis, City Councilman Thomas Scott, and former City Councilman Bob Buckhorn have all an nounced their intentions to run for mayor. County Com missioner Rose Ferlita, former Congre ssma n Jim Davis, and former Mayor Dick Greco are all rumored to be candidates for the mayor s seat. You can also anticipate that an unlikely candidate will emerge. All of the candidates who are possible mayoral can didates have impressive re sumes. Inspite of this, it is difficult to tell who is on first or who is the favorite in the race to the Recently twenty-eight Mrican American women sent President Barack Obama a letter ex pressing their concern about his next appointment to the U. S. Supreme Court. To date, no African American woman has been chosen to sit on the distinguished panel. But by the time the letter arrived, it was atready too late. The news of President Obama's next choice, Attorney Elena Kagan, was breaking news. Her appointment only awaits Congressional approval, which is expected by most. Ms. Kagan is a respectable nominee. She is known for her intellect as well as her highly acoomplished rcord in the Administration. Critics point to the fact that she bas never served as a judge as a negative. Of course, some will say that the panel is void of Protestants, too. In answer to that, the question must be, "has there ever been a maYor's desk Marion Lewis r a n for mayor in th e l ast mayor's cam paign and ran a n impressive campaign This time around h e ex perience. He was Mayor Sandy Freedman' s top as sistant, was elected to Tampa's City Council and has run for mayor once b e fore. County Commissioner Rose Ferlita has run for public office and has never lost. A prolific fundraiser, Rose was elected to Tampa's City Council and to her cur rent position as a County Commissioner. Commissioner Ferlita has not yet an nounced, but many expect her to do so some time soon. City Councilman Thomas Scott served two terms on the Board of County Commission ers and in his first term as a member of Tampa's City Council, Scott served as Chairman of the Board of Protestant on the board?" The answer is yes, but we can' t say that about an African American woman. Past administrations have been successful in appointing women to serve on the panel. However, it appears that in the history of the country, no Mrican American woman bas been appointed. That is not to say that the country is not ripe with candidates. In fact, the names of two Mrican American women, the Honorable Leah Ward Sears and Judge Ann Claire Williams, were potential nominees. In order to preserve and prevent the accomplishments of the Civil Rights Movement from taking a giant step backwards, the highest court in the land must be diverse. African Americans cannot afford to sit back and hope that those appointed will.' do the right thing. There must be representation in both race and gender County Commi ss i o n ers and i s C hairman of th e C ity Council. Councilman Scott hns be n running for mayor f or n early a yea r : Councilman Scotl ha s nam e r ecog nition Dick G-tt!Cri hrrs if ).l I feteM : ) re 1 li's lfb K*Jfl'et e r or not or mayor in 2011. Former Congressman Jim Davis was also a State Repr e se ntative and ran unsucc ess fully for governor. Jim has not declared hi s intention to run for mayor, but rumors have it that he is b e ing encouraged by some to run. ::0 0 )> .:< While he ha s n't said a f! word, rumor has it that former 0 County Commissioner Ed Tu-:!! ranchik may throw his hat in the ring. en Voters need to keep their m eyes on these people. Chances are very good that one of these z will be your next mayor. m r;-If you are not a registered m voter and you want to be a C: part of those that decide, then I= go to the Supervisor of Elec-tions Office as soon as possi -z ble. ., c: m r-(i) :::1: m 0 m < m ::0 < -4 c: m C/) c on the U. S. Supreme Court. It is vital that Mrican Ameri-)> cans feel that the playing z field will one day be level. 0 Otherwise, the blood, sweat, and tears of our forefathers c will have been spilled in vain. I There are no guarantees that President Obama will have opportunity1to fill another vacancy on the U. S. Supreme Court during his term. Appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court are for life and vacancies only come about with retirement or death. \ If Ms. Kagan is not approved, President \ 1 Obama will have another chance to submit another \ name for consideration. Those of us who would like to see the playing field leVeled during our lifetimes I are left with many questions. The first on the list is, "If not now, then when will a woman ofcolor be given the opportunity to don the judi-cial robe of the highest court en in the land?" -j.

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__ ix-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Father 01 Five Graduates From USF C BY LEON B. CREWS to the Uni\er s ity of South Florida. a: Sentinel Staff Writer LL. c a: LL. c z c( c en w ..... it w > w c w %: en :::; m 0.. z ..J ..J m ...J w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..J LL G rowing up in Gaine s \ille FL, Anthony Jones had his s ight s s et on playing profe s s ional football. After high school, he was awarded a football s cholarship to attend Ferrum College in Virginia and played for that team for two years before transferring I got t o Tampa and USF, I had come to play ball. But I als o starte d a family around that time and dropped out of s chool for two y ears." Jones still hoped that h e could re-enter school and continue his dream of playing professional football, but it AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY r--1 (813) 892-81931 '-Or Email : callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs ./ Day FREE Consultation WORKERS COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 (SSOO Plus Costs) 505 East .lackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33802 (813) 387' BANKRUPTCY .... REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 ---.. . . -. ..... --. -..... -. ---. ----. -. -----. -. ---. --------. =. ... -----:::: --.... --. .... ---. ----. -. ------. -------. -----------. --1811 Standing (from left to right): Latilia Jones, Tyrone Keys, and Anthony Jones. Standing (left to right) Anthony, Jr., Narye, Lyria (in the stroller), Egypt, and Nazsir. Not shown i s Jones' s son, Pirnce. never happened. I was working at Pep Boys and met Jeff Schoenbaum, who was there having work done on his car He had been working with Tyrone Keys and All Sports Community Services, and referred me to him. I started doing volunteer work there and actually helped one kid get into school. At that time, Jones still hadn't tried to school. He later met his pas tor Dr. Steven Kelsie. "Because I had started a family, I had to actually drop out of school. I was holding down two jobs. At one point, things got so b a d I had to sleep on the str e ets But, my pastor and Tyrone rescued me and convinced the board at USF to allow me to re-enter school. I was told I had to make at least a 2.3 GPA to stay in school. I was on acade mic probation for a while." Jones re-entered school as a junior, and on May 5th, he graduated with a degree in Criminology. He s now in a different relationship, and the father of five children "I have created my own sports program, Essential Sports Services. I've also set up Essential Sports Training on the USF campus. Essential Sports Services provides demic and sports instruction for youth 7 to 17 y e ar s old I went through a lo t of adversity to g e t wher e I am now. I was focused on playing in the NFL and had actually tried out for a couple of teams, but, now I hav e ent goals. I want to h elp youth be successful and give back to help others "Studying and trying to port a family was tough, but I stayed with it. I share my story with the kids and tell them to give maximum effort to live a full life. I tell them to always go beyond what's expected." "I'm proud to be the first from a family of 11 to ate high school and college." Tampa .Slave Grave Site To Be Visited Mavt-a The Tampa Historical Society will host its annual Oaklawn Ramble Sunday May 23, 2010, 3-4 p. m. at Oaklawn Cemetery, Morgan and Harrison Streets. This year' s Ramble features "African Americans Buried at Oaklawn" and highlights the extraordinary stories of these often looked early Tampans. There is no admission fee, but donations to the nonprofit organization will be accepted. Local Historian Fred Hearns will join Society President, Maureen J. Patrick and other board members and supporters as they share fascinating stories about Black Seminoles, FRED HEARNS slaves and. free Blacks, who are buried in the city's first public burying ground. Oaklawn was founded in 1850 and the first person buried there is believed to be a slave who belonged to the: ;fksleyi famUy. Living history penonners in period dress will appear at the Ramble and bring to life these long-gone citizens of color and their contributions to Tampa's pioneer decades. Oaklawn's "residents" include most of Tampa's founding families, 13 former mayors of the city, a mass grave of yellow fever victims, veterans of seven wars, pirates, slaves, prominent African-Americans and the founder of Ybor City: Vicente Martinez Ybor. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Society President Patrick at (813) 831-5214 or info@historicguides.com.

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Local Event To Sponsor lids In St. Joseph's Children's Hosphal BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The East Coast Riders from Miami and Big Mike's Customs out o f Brad e nton will b e hosting a c harity event that will benefit the kids at St. Joseph' s Chil dren's Hospital. The charity event is scheduled for May 29th at the Progress Village Little Park on South 86th Stre.et Patrons are asked to ar rive 1 at 4:30 p.m. special feature, there will be a car show with prizes of $5,000 for first place, $2,500 for second place, and $1,500 for third place. "The event is to raise funds to get the children toys, movies and other items," said Michael Johnson, contact person for the event. "The car competition will be between Tampa and Bradenton, and we want everyone to come and show off their cars. There will be plenty of free food and refreshments, and we're asking people to donate toys, movies and other items for the chil dren." As a special treat, nationally krlown artists Ja Rule and Ashanti will be performing for the crowd. Johnson said cash donations aren't being solicited, but will be appreciated. For more information, contact Michael Johnson at (813) 850-4838. Solid Waste Me11orial oav Holidav Schedule The collection schedule for City of Tampa Solid Waste res idential customers with regu larly scheduled collection days on Monday and Thursday will be affected by the Memorial Day Holiday. There will be n J. collection on Man y 2010. Residential garbage col lection wil t day, J une; 3, -2o;ol } Residtmtial yard waste and household re cycling collection will resume on Monday June 7, 2010. For questions about the collection day, call (813) 348-1111 or visit the website at www.tampagov .net/solid-/ ....... Bulk:ml .. The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 813) 248-1921 Easily manage your cash flow with a full suite of online business banking services. SunTrust can help you spend less time managing money while giving you more control over it. W1th a few clicks, you can track cash flow in real time, transfer funds between business and personal accounts and even manage payroll online, freeing you to focus on your business. Visft.a nearby branch, call877.450.1529 go Recipient of nine Greenwich Excellence Awards, tncludtng Overall Banking Satisfaction and Treasury Management Overall Satfsfaction Cash Management Financing Solutions Retirement Solutions 4ve Soltd. Bank SoHd. Sun Trust Bank Member FDIC C>2010 Sun Trust Banks Inc. S unTrust and Live Solid Bank Solid are federally registered service marks of SunTrust Banks, Inc ., r-0 :!! en m z m r;m c: r-z c: m c en ::::1: m c m 2 m c )It z c ., ::D 6

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ocal .,... c a:. LL. c z c( > c en w ::::) > a: w > w c W l: en '::J m ::::) a. z ffi _, _, ::::) m _, w z w en a: 0 _, LL. Jack And Jill Of America, Inc. Prospective New Members Host Partv For local Non-Profit O n Satur d ay, April 1 7 th e p r os pective n ew m e mb e r s o f t h e G reate r Tampa C h a pt e r of Jack a nd Jill In c ho s t e d a Mommy a nd Me B irthday P arty" f o r th e Mo m s a nd c hildre n o f Alph a H o u se of Ta mp a, In c Alph a Hou se i s a n o n -pro fit orga ni za tion h av i n g th e mis s ion of h e lp i ng Moms in cri s i s realizef"their a bili ty to the cycle of po ve rty a nd abu se and c r eate promising liv es for themselve s and th e ir c hildren The pro s pective new m e mbers: Sarita Edwards, Nicole Thompson-Floyd, Yvette Hall, Monica Joyner, Sonya Little, Felicia Thomas, Alicia Trotman, J eanetta Smith (Legacy) and Carla MosbyWard (Legacy) began this de-(L-R) Carla Mosby Ward, Sonya C. Little, Felicia Thomas, Alicia Trotman. Other side: Nicole Thompson-Floyd, Monica Joyner, Yvette Hall, Jeanetta Smith. *Not pictured: Sarita Edwards lightful afternoon b y welcom ing the Moms and children of Alpha House with children s music balloons and bubbles GREATER LOVE CHRISTIAN INC. Bishop (Dr. ) B Frankln Echols-FounderlTeacher..senior PaSa Dr. Massalena W. Edlols, OTh, Paslor/Oirector of Christian Education Telephone: (813) 759-a270 Fax: (813) 754-1863 www.glcci1.org P O Box 1211 1 109 North Franklin Street Planl City, Florida 33564 Plant City. Florida 33563 COOK-OFF A TASTE OF LOVE AND FAITH At GREATER LOVE CHRISTIAN CENTER, INC. 1109 North Franklin Street Plant City, Aorida 33563 Fealuritg: vs. DATE: Sunday: May 16,2010@ 3:00PM WORSHIP SERVICE Apode-BishoD Dan. & Overseer Pastor Karen Bolin New Lila YtbOOp Centre-Pinelas FL galore. The prospective new members offered the Moms a make-up demonstration and conducted an interactive cooking class on preparing quick and yummy healthy meals on a budg e t. -------------GRACE lvl; \RY At. B CHURCH 3901 N. 31th Street** Tampa, R 33&10. ElDER DR. T. J. REED, PASTOR Celabradna 35 Years Ql S8rvlce h.SIIr'S AnillvlrSaiV. Theme: "Guided By Integrity! 'How Am ;I"DoiJJg, Lord'?" GeQ.esis 20:1-6 11 A.M. Service-Youth Department In Charge 3 P. M. Service -Grace Mary M B. Church & 8der Thomas Reed, Pastor St. John' s Mass Homecoming Choir. In Charge The -1-!omecoming Choir Wrth James Reed WjH Rehearse On saturday, May 22, 2010 6:30 P. M;-. At St. John T h children prepar d crafts a n d participa t in fun fill d p h ys i ca l a tivi t i t h a t includ ed fin g r pa in ti n g a n d a mu i c para d e All w h o atten ded feasted o n a d licio u s lun ch and a d I t a bl e and b ea u t ifull y deco rated birthday ca k e. T h e b irthday p arty co nclude d with min g lin g a nd a prese ntati o n o f age appro pri a t e b oo k s and gifts f o r the littl e o n es T h e M o m s rece i ve d h a ndb ags w ith toil etries, h ea l t h y cooking r e cip es, and m a k eup sampl es a ccomp a ni e d b y instru ct ion s for prop e r appli ca tion. The pro s p e ctiv e n e w m e mbers presented Alpha House with privat e and corpora t e do nations totalin g ov e r $7,000 makin g thi s e v e n t a huge s u c cess local Poet Was luncheon Speaker BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Local poet and ambassador, Sanford "Dr. San Malt' Harper, was honored on May 51h as the guest speaker for a luncheon sponsored by The Friends of the Library and Houston-Love Memorial Library at the Basketcase Cafe. The focus of the luncheon was Dr. San Man's new book, "She Is The Key "I talked about the book in detail and the face the male role model is missing from the home. Men need to reassess the way they address women today, and women need to clean up their act as well, espe cially the way they dress and their disregard for proprieties, . which should be their children. "I've have traveled all and at each stop; I've picl
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St. Pete Event SL Petersburg To Host Relav tor lite BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW ST. PETERSBURG-This weekend, the AI Lang Field in downtown St. Petersburg will be an overnight campground for a great number of people. For some, it will be a time of fun, food and fellowship. But for many who are cancer sur vivors or have lost loved ones to cancer it will be a personal opportunity to sow seeds of assistance to the American Canf,er Society for research to Left to right, Dwight Wilson, with his dad, David Wilson, II, Bruce Austell, and his brother, the late Attorney David Wilson, III. ''Meet Me At The Well" Women's Empowerment COnferenee The American Cancer Society's Downtown St. Featuring: Worship Liader Slater IriSh Miller Go,JMtl Singer JaCkson of Plant C!tY Flab Fry and InfOrmation Booths To Follow Donation: $10 BAPTIST CHURCH HT. .' I .UUI""""L 1ampa 40th CHURGH NIVERSARY CELEBRATION Theme: "What Is The Future Of The Church?" (1 Thessalonians 4:16-17, John 14:3) P. dmH Monday 'church Family In Charge Tuesday -: Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Chli'Ch : -Rev. Timothy Kemp, Pastor VVednesctaY -:-Ufe In Christ Community Church Rev. Arthur Randall, PastOr :rhursday-First Prospect Missionary Baptist Church -Rev. Tony Harris, Pastor. -Friday-New Bright & Morning Star H. M. B. John Etheridge, PastOr Sunday, May 23, 201 0-11 A M; Worship Service-Minister Marcus. Gundy, Guest Speaker Petersburg Relay for Life will bt:!giQ. at 6 p. m. on Friday, 14th. eighteen hours, teams will jog, walk or run relaystyle around the track, in shifts all night. Relay for Life is the signature fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. To Dwight Wilson, the Chairman of the Downtown St. Petersburg event, the night will be very personal and two-fold emotionally. On the solemn side, less than two months ago, Wilson's eldest brother, Attorney David Wilson, III, age 57, laid down his sword after a brief battle with cancer. Wilson shared that this relay is helping him to cope with the passing of his brother. Yet, there is great reason for Wilson to be joy ful as his Dad (David Wilson, II) is a survivor of prostate cancer. "The relay is going to be awesome. It means a lot to me, personally, as it has helped me to heal after the death of my brother. The relay gives opportunity for us to educate the general public; cancer affects all of us," stated Wilson. '. ' ---------This year's goal of the Downtown St. P e t ersburg N R e lay is $35,000.00. A s of g mid-wee k, Wilson's t am 0 Strong BAC (Broth e rs Against Canc e r) had raised $5,100.00 and is still acc epting donations with hopes of e.xce eding. its $6, ooo.oo goaL For further information, visit www.RelayForLife.or& / DowntownStPetersbur&FL or call (727) 812-7004. CAWNO ALL MEMBERS, FORMER MEMBERS, FAIILY, AND FRIENDS TO HaP US CELEBRATE OUR 34TH CHURCH AHNIYER8ARV "TT ::u 6

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Local N ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Students Chosen As ScholarshiP Recipients c a: u.. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The City of Tampa Black His tory Committee, Inc., (COTBHC) has chosen three Hillsborough County students as this year's scholarship re cipients. The award presenta tion will take place on Monday, May 17th, at 5:30 p m., at the Old City Hall, 315 E Kennedy Blvd., 3rd Floor, in the City Council Chambers. Jared Burdgess is the re cipient of the recipient of the Janet S. Martin Scholarship Mrs. Martin was the first Black City Clerk and presided over the COTBHC until her death in July 2002. Jared at tends Brandon High School. Antonay Davis i s a senior a t King High School and a member of Greater Beth e l Mis s ionary Bapti s t Church Antonay i s the recipi ent of C the Harold B. Scott Scholara: u.. c z <( c Ul w ::;:) t-w (ij ship. Scott, a longtime city emplo yee and former Code Enforcement supervisor, retired after 30 years of employ ment. This year for the first time, the COTBHC members will award the Presidential Scholarship. This award is presented in honor of the JARED BURDGFSS .. Recipient of Janett'S. Ml!l"tin Scholarship. COTBHC immediate past president and city r etiree, Mrs. Bettye Johnson. Th e scholarship is awarded to a student who h as not excelled academically, but who h as demonstrated taking an active role in leadership and commu nity projects. The recipient of the Presi dential Scholarship is Alexis Blackwood. Alexis is also a student at King High School. Frank Crum, current president of the COTBHC said, "When we began our 2010 ap plication process we had sev eral students who submitted an application and essay. It was a very hard decision, but ANTON A Y DAVIS ... of Harold B. Scott Scholarship th e students chosen d emonstrated their sc holastic ability as well as being well-rounded yo ung p eo pl e W e are very proud of their accomplish ments and we plan to support them as much as we can throughout their academic ca reers. "We can t wait to see what distinctive things they will do for their families as well as for our country in the future They could end up anywhere .in the world." The scholarships are for one year. However, Crum said that the committee continues to serve as a source of information and support for there-c-------------------------------------------------------------------Engaged m ::;:) D.. z _. _. ::;:) m ..:. w z i= z w Ul <( c a: 0 _. u.. Saidou and De'Etta Family and friends send congratulations to De'Etta Bennett who became engaged to Saidou Camara Ba last week in Miami. St. lUke A. M.l Church 2709 N. 25th Street** Tampa, FL 33605 0 0 YOUNG WOMEN'S DAY CELEBRATION Sunday, May 16, 2010 ** 10:00 A. M. Speaker JUDGE SHIRLYONJ. MCWHORTERJONES REV. WALTER J. LASSITER, II PasO' -.. I -, r: '<:: ., ------------r ll,"' '' ;}: ', \ \'h\.l"lllt! 1 1 1111 fl'l'-ll'-11 6 ..... ------ALEXIS BLACKWOOD ... Recipient of COTBHC Presidential Scholarship cipients. In many instances, the committee membe rs c an serve as r eso urc es of informa tion and h e e ncourages the students to contact them wh e n in need of inform a tion. NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 912 East Fairbanks Tampa 33612 Comer" Of 9th And Fairbanks Morning Worship -11 A. M Wednesday Prayer Service 7-7:30P.M. Btble Study-7:30-8:30 P.M. The Public Is lnvtted. FRANK RUM OTBHC Inc. President Crum said th committ was a bl e to share information about an available int ernship at a l aw firm with on e of its r e cipients. UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248 5955 Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. T HE PUBLIC I S INV I TED

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, Localcvent Tampa Chapter Of The links, Inc. Host Weekend Events For New Members Membe r s o f the Tampa C h apte r o f the Links, Inc. and sever a l visiting Li nks attende d the festivit ies t o welcom e 6 new m embers t o the c h apte r Attending the induction and celebra t ion b reakfast were: seat e d l e ft t o right: new Li nks, Ruby Brown, Atty. Julie S need Phyllis Lee; c h apte r president, J anice Carte r -Co lli e r ; new J.ink.o;, llosetta Cole m a n Kay J e fferson u nci Dr. S h a r o n Andre w s and Link Nancy Andrews. S t anding l e ft t o right: Li nks, S usan Andrews, M. D Sacramento, California, Kay Andre w s F r a nces Sykes, Sor\liu Little llessi e llrow n Marllnn M cClure Teresa Brown, Evelyn ll ethune, Marie Heard, P atricia M iles, Debra S heeh y, Mai s i e R eddy, Verne k u Rho des, Sen. Artlt eniu Joyner A tty. R e nee Lee, 07. ephe r Wilds, G l o r i n Andrews, Mnrsh n Lewis Brown, Joan Dawson Ruth Duncan B e ll D e m aris Rhodes, Terry Tayl o r Sor\la Gar c i a J ohna Andre w s T readwe ll Soutltfield, Mi ehigun und Mich e ll e Andre w s Fost e r M obile, Al a b a m a T h e Ta mp a C h a pte r o f Th e Link s, In c., h os t e d a wee k e nd o f eve nt s a t th e Inni sbroo k R eso rt for it s 6 n ew m e mb e r s Th e 'Six S e n satio n s' a nd th e ir s p o u ses wer e e nt e r t a in e d a t a coc kt a il p arty on Frida y ni ght a t th e I s land C lub o n th e grounds o f th e 9 0 0 acre reso rt Th e l a dies enjoye d food mu s i c a nd fri e n ds hip w hil e everyo n e go t acq u a int e d Th e n ext d ay, th e l ad ies wer e in d u c t e d int o th e c h a pt e r f ollowe d b y a ce leb r a ti o n breakfast. F a mil y m e mb e r s and fri e nd s wer e o n h a nd t o con g r a tul a t e th e n ew m e mb e r s Th e l a di es presente d the c h a pter with a g ift a nd joined th e t ea m a t H a bit at f o r Hum anity as th e ir se rvice pro j ect. Th e n ew m e mb e r s of th e T ampa L i nk s a re: Dr. Sharon Andrews, a P sy chi a tri s t a t Vet e r a n s H os pital a nd a C ulin ary a rtist ; Ruby White Brown, r e tire d e du ca t o r int e rn a ti o n a l trave l e r a nd avi d flo ri c ulturi s t ; Hosetta Belcher Coleman, S e ni o r V i ce Pr es i de nt Hum a n R esources, Fifth Third B a nk FAMU Found a ti o n Boa rd M e mb e r a nd Antiqu es Col lec t or; Kay .Jefferson, youth A dv oca te, physi ca l fit n ess g uru a nd UNCF b oa rd m e mb e r ; Phyllis Lee, r e ti re d e du ca t or, A dmini stra t o r seafoo d conn o i s seur; a nd Attorney Julie Sneed, p a rtn e r Fowler, Whit e B oggs L aw Fir m 2010 Divers i ty a nd Inclu s i o n Awa rd r ec ipi e nt a nd f o rm e r pres id e nt o f George E d geco mb B a r Assoc iati o n Link Sharon Andrews, who i s t h e g r a nd da u g h -., t e r o f o n e of th e c h a rt e r m e mbe r s o f th e C h ap t e r t h e rla t e Johna Belle Andrews w as welco m ed int o t h e organizatio n b y h e r m o th er, Link Nancy Andrews, o a unt Link Gloria Andrews, s i s t e r s, Link Johna l> Andrews Treadwell o f Sou t hfi e ld Mic hi ga n a n d Link Michelle Andrews Foster o f M o bil e, AlaZ b a m a a nd cou s in s, Link Kay Andrews a n d Link -i Susan Andrews, M. D. of Sac r a m e n to, Calif o rnia. Link Ruth Duncan B ell, Vice P r es i d e nt and r;M e mb ers hip c h a ir l e d t h e s i x n ew m e m b e rs throu g h seve r a l m o nth s of int e n se w orks h op s .Janice rCarter-Collier i s t h e c h apter p res id e n t. :::! z THE LAW OFFICE OF DELANO S. STEWART PA "tJ c CD !: (/) DELANO S. STEWART ATTORNEY AT LAW -Welcomes-SAND -RA CORNWALL, Esq. & Norman Harris, Esq. & Rev. Graduate Of Emory Theology School And Mercer Law School r: Areas Of Practice: Criminall!aw :I: m 0 m < m J:J -< -t c m (/) 0 )> z 0 J:J 0 L to R: Norman Harris, Esq., egligence & Delano Stewa "Serving The Co_mmunity For 45 Years" LOCATED AT: 501 E. KENNEDY BLVD. SUITE 760 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 GIVE Us A CALL AT: (813) 221-4454 Premise l i ability, Domestic & Medical Malpractice Domestic Disso Of Marria Child $up rt Adopfton Entertainment Law The h i rin g o f a lawy er i s a n important d ecisi o n th at should not be based so l e l y upon adve rti seme nts Befo r e you decide ask us to send you free writt e n i nf ormatio n about our qualifications and ej(perience ..... ..... I )>

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Funds Should Be Used To Rebuild College Hilllibrarv c LL BY AARON BURRELL Sentinel Intern Howard Harris, V i ce President of the Ada T Payn e Friends of the Urban Libraries, i s calling for a reallocation of construction funds from the Robert W. Saunders Library to the College Hill Branch Library. h e ld o n Tuesday, May 25, 2010, 4 p. m at the College Hill Library. According to Harris, there are sev eral public and HOWARD private schools HARRIS that this Franklin Middle Magnet To Host Law Expo Fr anklin l ag n e t School. 3915 2 1 s t Avenue, and th e ir C.O.P.S Club Criminal Justice Operations Stud e nt s will host their first annual law expo Saturday, May 15th The magnet theme is "Law Studies and Public Service," and they are proud to be the only middle school in Florida with that theme. Alarice Brown-Howard, Criminal_ Justice Instructor. and c .o.P.S ... Advisor at In The Spotlight In a letter to the Tampa Hillsborough County Library Board, Harris asked the Library Board to visit the College 'HiU Branch--Library to see the many cracks iri the walls and floors caused by shifting of the ground. library serves. It is also locat ed in an area with one of the .least libraries availab'e its popitl3.ti6n' densitY they owe a debt i of. g.rati .tpde .. t "This is an always-busy library that is utilized by the community, so much so that it needs to expand to accom modate the growth." The Hillsborough County Public Library Board referred the request for $7.1 million to c be used for the reconstruci:t tion of the College Hill LL Library. C William H. Scheuerle, :i Ph.D., Chairman of the > Tampa-Hillsborough County ir:( Public Library Board, said fiJ the request has been referred w to the Budget and Planning Committee for discussion > and recommendation. ffi The next meeting will be > w c w :l: (/) ::::i m :::) c. z .J .J ::l m I .J w z z w (/) C i:t 0 .J LL Reb'ltildiiig ctine' ge Hllll Branch now will have many economic benefits. To rebuild it now will create jobs for contractors and laborers, Harris explained. There are several pieces of property near the current library (empty lots or boarded hous es), which can be bought to expand the library. The funds are there to rebuild this library, however it just needs to be supported by the community. Harris is encouraging the community to come out and support this project. He can be reached for more information at (813) 222-0310. Police make the event possible. Featured at the event will be the helicopter, ACP tank, Gang Unit, Motors, K-9 and other law enforcement tools. Guest speaker for the law expo will be District Ill Commander, Major Gerald Honeywell. The public is asked to come out and meet the Franklin family and share the impact the event will have on the stu dents. The event will start at 9:30 a.m. followed by the expo from 10 a.m. until noon, and a big cookout from noon until 1 p.m. -NO MORE BORINGSU.MMERS! CAMPERS Will PIIODiicE.'DIElR:OWN MUSIC,vmEO .---.-LYRIC wRmNG (POETiiY& ENGLISH) SPOKEN WORD (PUBLIC BEATS"(MUSIC) AFRICAN DANCE & HIP HOP DANCE '-SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS JULY 301H 2010 -FINAL: RED CARPET VIDEO DEBUT BRANDY This week's Spotlight feature is Brandy. She stands nearly 5'9"1, is a Pisces, and says her favorite star is Eva Pigford. Brandy enjoys swimming, dancing, singing and spending time with her family. In the future, she wants to get her degree in gynecology and continue modeling and dancing. Brandy's philosophy of life is: "No weapon formed against me shall prosper." Brandy said when it comes to the man in her life, he must be mentally and physically fit, knows what he wants in life, be honest, and most of all, puts God first. Congratulations to Brandy as this week's Spotlight feature. If you're interested in being In the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your Information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson@flsentinel .com

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ALL MY CHILDREN-Ryan m ay fall f o r Madison s ac t ; Erica plays dirty t o b e at G r eenlee; Marissa ma y give JR a nother c h a nce. Madison m ay f ess up t o R ya n ; Green l ee l a y s d ow n th e l aw t o David; Marissa t ells JR h ow s h e f ee l s abo ut him AS THE WORLD TURNS -H e nry h e lp s Barbara l oose n up ; Katie h o ld s a co nt es t to win a date with Chris; Luk e a nd Noah di sc u ss th e ir r e lation s hip Janet holds a cel ebra tor y lun c h for Liberty; Jack int erroga t es P a rk er; Craig asks Lily for h e lp BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Hope gains stre ngth from Oliver ; Steffy accus es H ope of ruinin g th e Forrester family 's reputation; Steph anie a nd Taylor are furiou s a t Brooke for blaming St effy for th e prank, a nd Ridge feels caught in th e middle. Steffy plot s to u se Oliver in h e r l ates t sc hem e; Taylor thinks Steffy cfying for atte ntion ; Oliver assures Hop e th a t hi s affectio n lie s with her ; Pa m fills Stephanie in 9 n St effy's plan DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Sami assures EJ th a t no one can take hi s place in his kids h ea't ts ; Phillip reaches a rapprochement with Victor; Anna s uggests to Calliope they trave l tog ether; Chad has second thoughts about going away to college. Madeline's secret is re vea led ; Sami fight s with Will ; Rafe tries a variety of tactics to break Anna ; Brady asks Sami if s h e s till has feelings for EJ; Nicole and Brad y have a heated moment; Nicole makes arrangements w ith Baker. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Jaso n may go far to help Michael; Carly makes a surpris ing mov e; Helena makes her mov e against Tracy. Sonny goes to e -to-to e with Jax; Michae l may b e in j eo pardy; early's stunned by Jason' s decision. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Natalie puts her heart on the line; Marty pla ys dirty; Langston may choose Ford over Markko Lay la throw s down the gauntlet with Jessica; "Starr X d Lovers: The Music a l Part I; Dori a n wonders what's up with Blair ; Viki and Clint confide in Bo and Nora about their concerns for Jessica on prom night. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Paul makes a heartfe lt plea on Patty s behalf ; Billy and Victoria decide to take an impromptu vacation. Lauren impersonates Sarah to qu es tion Patty ; J.T. and Reed take Mac on a family outing. REVlEWS_ Iron Man 2 -Rob e rt Down ey, Jr. (Iron Man) a nd I o n C h ea dl e (War Machin e) sco r e big w ith thi s actio n seq u l Opening wee k e nd $133M. A littl e l o n g -21/2 hrs / 10 min s. [*** 112] A Nightmare On Elm Street -a r e mak e from th e first Elm Street franchise The fir s t Freddy was th e b est. Still #1 at the b ox office-$32M.[***] Kick Asss-d ec id e to T e r o es . for kids. [***112] ,. , ; , ... .,,' .... 1 !Jre Loser;s -;fij is Ni ce 1 twist at'the well a t box offic e. The Bqckup Plt;in -J. Lo should have pas se d on tl1is on e. [**] Death At A Funeral-A hilarious comedy/drama starring Chris Rock M a rtin Lawr e nc e and Tracy Morgan Must Se e [***112] ..... "-> 0 ..... 0 ., Date Night-Above ave rag e co m edy starring Tiny Fey and r St eve Carroll. [**112] Why Did I Get Married Too -Better than the first. Must See![****] I Clash OfThe Titans-Highly disappoint e d. Look like a TV miniserie s [**] z How To Train Your Dragon -Kid s will lov e this -4 z Dream Works animation.[****] m r A **** Very Good I *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Vide aJ c: r r z ., MetroPCS Corporate Stores 4919 14111 St. West Bradllnlun. R. 34207 888-57metro ........ 1989 w lumsdan Rd. Brlncbt. R. 33511 888-57melro Cllii I 167 4 S Misscui Ala. Oearwala; R. 33756 888-57metro ......... 3137 us llwf. 98 tb1h l.ak.elilnd, R. 33805 888-57metro Snllll 1158 N. Washinglon IIM1. Saralllta, R. 34236 888-57metro .. ........ 3100 22nd !we. North Sle. B St. Patenburg, R. 33713 888-57metro .,_,. 1251 E. Fowler Ate. Tampa, R. 33612 888-57metro www.mebopc .. oom aJ r c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., c

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0 Doug Williams leaving Bucs Front OHice BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Tuesday, th e Tampa Bay Buccan ee r s announced that upon the completion of his current agreement, Doug Williams will leave the organization as Director of Pro Personnel. "Mark and I have sat down and talked a bout m y future," Williams said. "After a lot of thought I felt that it was the right tim e for me to look at new options. I wish nothing but the best for the Buccaneers. DOUG WILUAMS coac h Harry Hubbard: can understand he's making a move, but I don't know why. He's probably looking for a bigger challenge. I thought he'd be here a little longe r But if the y met and agreed on his departure, he must have already made other plans. This is the second time he' s left, and I feel the welcome mat is out for him if h e ever wants to come back." I Buccaneer General Manager, Mark Dominik, said he has tremendous respect for Doug's talents and is very appreciative of his many con-tributions to the franchise also should be congratulated for the work he' s done and I'm proud of him. I don' t think he got a raw deal, but I do feel it may have been uncomfortable for him to continue working for the Bucs. He's done Tampa proud." Sickle Cell Director, and Buccaneer fan, Frank Reddick: I m very sad to hear he 's leaving. I personally believe a conflict between him and Dominik is at the root of this. I think he should have been given the Assistant General Manager position I think his goal is to be a General Manager in the NFL, and the opportunity will come." c a: I.L c z < c en w ::::l 1-w > w c w :::t: en :::::i m ::::l Q. z ....1 ....1 ::::l m ..:.. w z i= z w en C a: 0 ....1 I.L over the years. "At the end of last season, Doug and I began a conversation regarding his career. He concluded that now is the time for him to make the smoothest transition. Like Mike Alstott and Lee Roy Selmon, Doug will stay involved as a representative of the team in the community. Following are comments from some Buccaneer fans on the departure of Williams. Season ticket holder, Bobby Scott: "I was talking to my wife about this and I think Doug should have had Mark Dominik's job. He Albert "Buc-1-Fied Bert" Owens: "It was a blessing to get him back, especially because of the circumstances that caused him to leave the first time. I think he's leaving on a better note this time and we all wish him well on his journey. I'm happy to have been a part of his history here and he'll do just fine no matter where he goes." I can see him getting into coaching and I think he d be a great asset to any team on any level. H.W. Blake head football Aimed At America Bible Codes That Shoot Down Deceivers 1-877-BUY BOOK $13.95 also at: www.amazon.com Preview at: htlp:/lwww.buybookson"-b.corn'product. aspx?ISBNoo0-7 414-5619-2 \. 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 I I Keys Made 79And Up I Latex Rat White Painl ............ $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Painl. ........ $14.90 gal Floller Pall ........................ 4!a. 3" Brush a$ ............... 99 ea. "I also would like to see him coach college football again. This was his second time here, and I don't believe he'll be coming back. He never had a chance to really advance in the Buc organization and there was no real future for him here. Jenerson Quanerback Quentin Williams Invited To DreamMaker Camp BY AARON BURREll. Sentinel Intern Quentin Williams i s th e quarterback on a very good Jefferson football team that fini s hed in the state fin a l four last year. What you might not know about him is that he is a very hard working and motivated person who is always looking to improv e his game. Williams is a rising-senior who hopes to h e lp hi s team win a stat e title. H e has th e necessar y work ethics and tal e nt to accomplish this. He was recently invited to the Steve Clarkson DreamMaker Quarterback Camp in Pasadena, California This is an elite camp that many national scouts; current and former NFL players will attend. The camp is designed for talented quarterbacks and Quentin was selected to attend after a successful showing at the Orlando DreamMaker Tour Stop. Williams is really humble and is very much a team player He is a leader and a friend to his teammates, and he also truly appreciates them and QUENTIN WILUAMS ... Jefferson High ' School Quarterback hop es to win a state title this year for not only hims e lf but most importantly for his teammates. Williams attributes his motivation off the field to his grandmother and mother I am honored to be selected to the DreamMaker camp in California, however it is a costly trip and help from the community would be greatly appreciated. Donations can be made to Darlene Johnson at Bank of America Davis Island Branch, 337 E. Davis Blvd ., Tampa, FL 33606 or by phone (813) 637-2270 Williams is the son of Nikita Williams.

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Sports Cadillac Williams Signs Tender With Buccaneers MavweatherMoslev Does t4M Pav-Per-View TAMP A R es tri c t e d f ree age nt runn i n g ba c k Cadillac WiJJiams h as s i g ned his o neyea r t e nd e r t o r e main with the Tamp a Bay Buccaneers. T h e Bucs a l so a nn o un c e d Wednes d ay tha t g u a r d Michael Shumard ha s b een c laim e d off waiver s from th e Den ve r Bronco s. Offen s ive t aCkle Robert Okeafor w as r e l ease d CARN E LL CADILLAC' WILLIAMS FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. LAS VEGAS. -Floyd Mayweather Jr. proved to b e a box office dr a w in his fig ht w ith Shane Mosley, with 1.4 milli o n buys for tel evis i o n rev enue o f $78.3 million. Bucs' Trueblood Signs. Tender oner I HBO r e l ea s e d figures Tuesday th a t showed the fight mad e the top 10 of pay-p e rview bout s ever Th e mos t pay p e r-vi e w buys for a fig ht was 2-4 million for Mayweather's 2007 bout with Oscar De La Hoya. TAMPA--Offensive tackl e Jere my Trueblood has signed his one-year tender offer to remain with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The exclusive rights free agent joined the Bucs as a second-round draft pick in 2006. He has started 61 of 63 games he's appeared in over the past four seasons. JEREMY TRUEBLOOD Mayweather's m a nag e r Leonard Ellerbe, said th e buys helped Mayweather pocket $40 million for the fight. He had been guaranteed $22.5 million plus a percentage of the sales. Mosley was also expected to make more than his guarantee of $7 million . Mayweather remained unbeaten with a lopsided 12round decision in the bout. GREAT DEAlS: 205/40/17 215135118 225/40/18 225135120 245/35120 245/30/22 255/35120 255130/22 265/35122 265130122 295130122 24'-26'-28'AND MOREl Woods Has Inflammation Of Neck Joint O RLA DO --Tige r Woods s a i d t es t s V\ cdnesday s howed a n in fla med n ec k joint tha t ca uses pa in a n d m a k es it h a rd to turn hi s head a n injur y th a t wi ll r eq uir e littl e m o r e tha n m e di c in e, m as sages a nd rest. Woods h a d a n MRI t h a t revea l e d infl amma ti o n in a facet j oint of hi s netk. H e sa id on hi s web s it e that w h e n / a ce t j o int s a r e inflam e d i t 1 cause s p a in in the are a along with h ea d ac he s and diffi culty rot a tin g th e h ea d H e withdrew from th e fina l round of The Player s Ch ampionship on Sunday aft e r a w ee k in which h e w as see n stre t ching a nd r o llin g hi s n ec k Woods said hi s n ec k h a d b ee n both e ring him since b efore h e returne d from a fiv e-month layoff at the Mast e rs, and that it wa s not related to the Nov. 27 car accident. Tiger And Elin Will Share Joint Custody Of Children Tiger Woods and his estranged wife, Elin Nordegren have been living ,,, IUGB R W OODS I.M II ""' I ' '(I a p a r t a nd h ave ee n vety li t-tl e of e a c h othe r i n r ece n t month s Nordegren was r e port e d l y up se t th a t Woods d e cid e d to r e turn to prof ess ion a l golf b e fore patching up hi s marriage -and was outraged afte r l ea rnin g t h a t o n e o f hi s alle g e d c onqu es t s w as a co l -., l e g e student who liv es n ea r 5 b y Nordegren and th e kid s g w ere at the Orlando-are a home she' s been renting since splitting from the fami-Z ly mansion about a mile or so i away. m Woods has also been spot-ted ferrying the kids to the c: day care near his home in g) z Heat Star Wade Faces Ex-Panners In Restaurant lawsuit ""C c: al ,... c;; :J: m c m MIAMI --Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade will be in a different kind of court as he faces trial in a $25 million lawsuit filed by his former partners in a failed restaurant venture. Jury selection was set to begin Wednesday in the case over the defunct D. Wade's Place chain. Wade's former partners claim he broke a contract by demanding high er compensation and then abandoning the deal in 2008. Wade contends in court documents he had every right to end the business relationship. His lawyer says the all-NBA guard plans to attend the two-week trial and is likely to testify. DWYANEWADE Wade is also involved in a messy divorce and faces two other lawsuits over business dealings. One of them involves Miami-based charter schools that were supposed to bear his name. CQmmercial & Residentiallicensed & BOnded. _Available Before & After'Your Events Let Anflel' Teke eft Of All Your Cleaning Neet& Oaay, We_ek!y Bi-Weekly.& Monthly -Rates Available Antoinette Glover Owner/Operator 813-802-2677 m tn c )> z c ., :!! c

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0 Entertainment NJ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Will.i.am Pays OH Mongages For Families Facing Foreclosure c a: LL. WILL. LAM Black Eyed Peas front man and up a nd coming philanthropist, will.i.am, offere d a helping hand to families in need, paying off their mortgages so that their homes would not go into foreclosure C will.i.am was a guest on Z the Oprah Show and was there to offer advice to two families facing foreclosure, U> the Eller family and the Allgood family. .,_ Things took a sudden ij: change however when the w > w c w %: en ::::i m ::: D.. z ti ...J ...J ::: w z j:: z w en r3 a: 0 ...J LL. rapper/singer became so touched by th e families s tories that he had a change of h ea rt and offered to pay off the ir debt, g ivin g the m m ore than $350,000 to pay th eir m o rt gages. Speaking o n his huge d o natio n h e says that this act of generosity is just a part of som ething h e lo ves t o do; make mus i c a nd h elp p eo p le. ''I'm OK. I don t dr ea m of b e ing m ega, c razy rich ; I j u st wanna be abl e t o c reat e m ake mu s i c and h elp p eople Doing thi s isn t gon n a l eave a d ent in m y h o use ... but it could h elp somebody tha t really need s it. It's something that means a lot to me. In addition to donating the money, will.i.am also took the Oprah Show cameras on a tour ofljis childhood neigh borhood in East Los Angeles and showed home footage of when he bought his grandmother a house last year. The BEP head has also cre ated the 'i.am home fund' to help other families at risk of losing their homes. Mike TVson savs He's Broke And Ok With It Brandv And Rav J's Illegitimate Brother wants Blood Test MIKE TYSON I Th e form e r box e r Mike: Tyson to l d th e women a t "Th e View'' that he's h av in g so m e serio u s troubl e m a kin g e nd s m eet n owadays : Big Willie Norwood is being ca l led o ut onCL' again by his alleged illegitimall' so n Danyelle "C-Dove" Brown. Accordin g t o CDove, h e wa nt s t o take a DNA test and eve n introduces hi s kids to th eir Grandpa" via video. Accordin g to C-Dovc's page h e was born May 6. 1975, a t Uni versit-y of Chicago Lynctta Brown a nd his allege d fat h e r Willie Ray Norwood Jr., wer e rai se d in, and arc from GrcL' nwoml, Mississ ippi. li e i s th e c hil d tha t his m o th r h as. ''I'm t o tall y destitute and broke. But I h ave a n awesome life I hav e an aweso me wife who cares about me. I'm totally broke. I had a lot of fun It (going broke) just happened. I'm very grateful. I don't deserve to have the wife that I have; I don't deserve the kids that I have, but I do, and I'm very grateful." Kelis Barelv Allowing Nas To See Son Game Finished Heeling With Javz It's bad enough that Kelis is trying to make Nas pay a deb,lltable amount of money in child and spousal support, but now the rapper is stating that he basically has to leap major bounds just to see his son Knight, whom he said is crawling now. During an interview, the rapper spoke on his strained relationship and attempting to have time with his child "My son was born with ice grills, so when his morn feels in the mood she sends pic tures. If not, it's hell. It's hell trying to figure that out try ing to get hirn-I'll just leave it NAS AND KELlS at that. It' s hell. A man shouldn' t go through that. s**t, but it's another story i'rna tell at a different time." GAME Although a one-sided beef can t be declared as being an actual battle, the name drop-Jadakiss savs Deal With DiddV Might Not Happen ping of Jay-Z from the Now while the thought mouth of Game has finally might have seemed great come to a close. financially for the tL.Q.X. Maybe all those calls for a and nid.dy, i t just :
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Entertainment ., ::c --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Oprah Audience Raves After Seeing 'Eclipse' OPRAH WINFREY LOS ANGELES--While many would argue that Oprah's best audience surprise was when she gave away brand new cars, some Twi-hards would disagree. Oprah screened an early cut of "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," the third ins'tallment of hugely popular Stephenie Meyer vampire series and invited members of the audience to the premiere, according to M7V. "The Oprah Winfrey Show episode, aired next yesterday, May 13. Already the lucky fanpires are giving their feedback on Eclipse and their favorite stars, including the love triangle between Edward (Robert Pattinson), Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Jacob (Taylor Lautner). According to the website, viewers confirmed that the anticipated scenes from the third novel, including the tent scene where Jacob shares a sleeping bag with Bella, and Bella and Jacob's kiss were all included in the rough cut. Maxwell, Jill Scon Gear Up For 'Summer' Tour MAXwELl.. And JILL SCOOT DETROIT --Maxwell says that his upcoming tour with Jill Scott is "my dream come true, basically." The two R&B singers kick off a 20-show run on May 21 in Cleveland. Maxwell will close each night, but he tells Billboard.corn that he's hop ing he and Scott will collaborate at some point during the night. "I would love to," Maxwell says. "I think it would be great to create something special like that because she's just so good, you know? It's two different shows; she's got her own look and her own thing she's doing visually and stagewise, and I have my own thing. But hopefully we'll be able to overlap the show, somehow. I think people deserve that, something special like that." Terrence Howard To Plav Nelson Mandela TERRENCE HOWARD TORONTO --Terrence Howard will portray Nelson Mandela in the Jennifer Hudson-starring feature "Winnie," based on the story of Winnie Mandela, the South African leader's former wife. Darrell Roodt is directing the $15 million historical drama, a South Africa/Canada co-production set to start production May 31 in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was held prisoner for 18 years Howard's screen credits include "Hustle & Flow" and "Iron Man." l. R&B Star Usher Honored At -Detroit Awards Program USHER DETROIT --Usher Raymond IV has found success in the entertainment industry as an R&B recording star and in business as part owner of the NBA's Cleveland G:avaliers. '1 He also excited about working with young people. Usher was being honored Thursday in Detroit for his work as an entrepreneur and for the efforts of his youth mentoring New Look Foundation. He told The Associated Press, "Something inside of me wanted to mentor youth, like myself. Kids who were maybe not as likely to succeed." The 31-year-old Usher has been named the Ford Freedom Award Scholar and was attending the 12th annual Ford Freedom Award program Thursday evening in Detroit. Ford Motor Co. and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History launched the awards program in 1999 Rick Ross Addresses Being Robbed Bv 40 Glocc MSome fake twitter gang s t e r s aid h e robb e d m e . As the day s progre ss it i s b ecoming more clear that Hip Hop is evolving into the WWE or a soap opera with all of the ove r-dramatized gossip. Who knew so many dudes could have such female tend e ncies? According to 40 Glace's twit ter, a trip to Los Angeles by Rick Ross ended with the boss being robbed of his chain, but Ross assures that such statements are false and RICK ROSS that he wasn't even in L.A. when the alleged event occurred. Gucci Mane Released From Jail Mav 12th ...... 0 ., r-0 Rumors were swirling that the 1017 Brick Squad representative would be released in the forthcoming weeks and now there s confirmation Reps for Gucci Mane confirmed to RapRadar that Gucci Mane was released from Georgia's Fulton County jail on Wednesday, May 12th :. (/) m z m r;m The rapper was jailed in November for probation viola tion after reportedly testing positive for marijuana and cocaine, a charge that's since GUCCI MANE been disputed by people in his J;j camp. ::1 z Joining the USF Team is now easier thtin ever with our on-line application! UNIVERSITY oF SOUTH FLORIDA "'tJ c m c (/) :J: m c m < m c! m (/) -< ,.. z c 'TI ::D g -< G) m .... ...... I :1> ...

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Funerals/Memmoriam -.:t ..---. Aikens ------WILLIET. CAMPBELL, SR. The soul and spirit of Willie T. Campbell, Sr. of Tampa, departed into the sweet heavenly mansion of the Father's house on May to, 2010. Homegoing services will be held on Saturday, May 15 2010, promptly at 11 a. m. at College Hill Church Of God In Christ, 6414 N. 30th Street, Elder Charles Davis, pastor. Interment wiJI be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Willie T. was born in Chipley, FL, on October 21, 1932, to -the late Robert Lee and Alice C Mae Campbell. Willie was the a: fifth child of seven children LL born to the union. C He attended the public z schools in Chipley and gradu< ated from T. J. Roulac High > School in 1951. After high < school, he attended Florida 0 A&M University in Tallahassee, en where he met Lillie Moore W Campbell on a double date to an ice cream parlor. He told her that night they would > marry and shortly after on a: June 2 1952, they married in Tallahassee. W After graduating from colO lege he taught school in w Thomasville, Georgia, and ::I: began working on his Master's en Degree. He received his Mas:J ter' s Degree in 1957 and then m moved his growing family to Moore Haven, FL. He continD.. ued his teaching career in z Moore Haven at Booker T. Washington School (k-12). He w was a well-respected teacher ..J and coach. ..J After 11 years of working in Moore Haven, in 1968 Willie m and Lillie relocated their still ..J growing family to Tampa. W Willie worked for the Hillsborz ough County School Board for 28 years. He held a teaching Z position at Dunbar ElemenW tary, was the Dean of Boys at en George Washington Junior < High School and served as the C Assistant Principal of Brandon a: High School until his retire-0 ment in 1994 ..J At an early age Willie proLL fessed his belief in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and became a member of Jerusalem Baptist Church in Chipley. He continued his membership at First Baptist Church of Moore Haven, whe.re he was ordained as a Deacon. He was always a man of faith but often expressed that faith through means other than organized religion. Some years after moving to Tampa he became a membe. r of First Baptist Church of College Hill and subsequently became Chairman of the Deacon Board. He was an active member of the church involving himself in many activities, including chairperson of the committee responsible for the new building addition. He later joined New Testament Missionary Baptist Church, .where he was a member until his death. ing and generous landlord often supporting famjJies who needed assistance by reducing rent, or not collectin g rent until tenants back on their He was known to lend a h elping hand to family members and friends throughout the community. All who knew him knew that he would go out of h is way to help those who firs t trie d t o h elp themselves. Willie was a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and the Masonic Lodge, New Hope Subordinate, Lodge No. 450 at Okeechobee, FL In his younger years, he enjoyed singing in the church choir and coaching basketball. When relaxing at home, you would frequently find him watching his beloved western movies, but his true passion was traveling. He traveled overseas with many of his children and to all so states, frequently by car, including one very long and fondly remembered car trip to Alaska. Willie most loved family and worked tirelessly to unite his family and served as President of United Family Reunion throughout its existence. His leadership and strong encouragement brought generations together. Willie was preceded in death by: his parents, Robert and Alice Campbell; son, Worris Todd Campbell; and his sisters, Kathryne Carolyn Campbell Wilson, Altha Mae Campbell Lewis and Jennell Campbell Fuce. He will be deeply missed by a host of family and friends, including: his wife of 58 years, Lillie Louise Moore Campbell; children, Brenda Asberry (Booker) of Riverview, FL, Jacqueline Rutledge (Fred) of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Willie Timothy Campbell Jr. (Sharon) of Brandon, FL, Jennifer Renee Robinson (Bishop) of Aurora, CO, Windell Campbell (Pam) of Dover,FL,SheewayneSandoval (Jose) of Canton, GA, Wonjen Bagley (William) of Andover, Mass., Kevin Tobias (Jackie) of Charlotte, NC, George Fredrick Campbell of Duluth, GA and Janice Tobias of Fort Myers, FL; a brother, Reverend Dr. James Arthur Campbell (Lois) of Nashville, TN; sisters, Annie C. Johnson (Chip) of Lakeland, FL, and Mary Louise Kirkland of Pensacola, FL; and sister-inlaw, Dorothy Singletary (Charles) of Marietta, FL; and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and family friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from s-8 p. m., Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net 90YEAR BIRTHDAY REMEMBRANCE MR. ARTHUR HICKMAN, SR. 5/16/20-9/14/02 Often referring to his own < father's guidance as a busi-1 nessman, Willie began his \Ve often speak of you with property acquisition business joy. You re always in our in 1968, which be concentrated hearts and minds. W on after his retirement and de-tabl real Love, your devoted wife ...,. "-eloped it into a profi e d 'gh chil' dre 0:: estate enterprise. He was a car-an eJ t n. ...... : 1 __ ___ ____ _.----MRS. BETTY JEAN CLA YfON Homegoing services for Mrs. Betty Jean Clayton, of 200 E. Cluster Avenue, who passed away Wednesday, May 5 2010, will b e held Saturday, May ts; 2010, at 12:00 p. m. at New Beginnings Fellowship, 3457 W. Kenyon Avenue, Dr. Paul Hollis, officiating. Betty Jean Clayton was born on April28, 1932, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Eula Doyle. She attended the public schools of Gadsden County and graduated from Hillsborough High School, Tampa. Betty was preceded in death by: her sons, Willie Lindsey and Michael Lindsey; grandsons, William Weems and Lamean Lawson; sisters, Miriam Holmes and Mertdell McKenney; and brother, Alphonso Doyle. At an early age, Betty accepted the Lord Jesus as her personal savior and kept that relationship until her demise. She leaves to cherish her memories: husband, Artis L. Clayton; daughters, Mary Jones (Sheraton), Brenda Thomas and Rosita Clayton; sons, Frederick Gallon, Gifford Lindsey, Patrick Wtlliams, Rex Williams and Joseph Williams; 25 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren and 14 great,great grandchildren; sisters, Lillian Thomas (Moses), Linda McCardy and Claretha Nickelson (Harvey); sisters-in-law, Marie Doyle, Mercedes Bolden, Hazel Clayton and Hattie Mae William; aunts, Idella Mills (Namon), Katherine Gainous and Bertha Edwards, all of Tampa; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from s-8 p. m., Friday evemng. The family will receive friends from s-6 p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 11:45 a. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.pet 2301 N. Nebruka Avenue Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 224-9557 FOUNDED ON FAITH "H.ome Of The Best Package Deli" MS. BERNITA F. THOMAS ENCINOSA Homegoing services for Bernita Faye Thomas Encinosa of 5112 Tennis Court Circle, who departed this life Monday, May 10 2010, will be held Saturday, May 15, 2010, at 3:30 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Tampa, 33610. The family will receive guest at 3 p.m. Reverend Arthur Bryant, of New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, O'Brien, FL, will officiate the service. Bernita was born February 13, 1956, in O'Brien, FL, to Willie C. Thomas and Mae Helen Williams. She was a beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin and friend. She worked in data entry for The Price Water House Company before developing her own cleaning service which ran for over 10 years. She later did substitute teaching once her health started to fail. She was preceded in death by: her grandfather, Simon Williams; grandmother, Ellen (Louise) Thomas; father, Deacon Willie C. Thomas; and stepmother, Martiel Thomas. She leaves to cherish her memories: grandmother, Mazie Williams; mother, Mae Helen Thomas; sisters, Mychell Robinson (Reginald), Cynthia Thomas and Paris Ford; three children, Tennille Williams, Mazie (Keisha) Williams and Melanie Keller; grandchildren, Shanikka, MyKel, Jeremiah, Kourtney and Laila; stepchildren, Aiishah Edwards, Alexander Williams, Alex Williams, Aisha Reeves, Kynsley Encinosa and Chezney Encinosa; aunts, Oris Ford and Lola Davis; uncles, Ulysess Thomas and Curtis Thomas; goddaughters, Shana Thomas, Tyroneise and Deedee; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuperalhome.pet MRS. ALMA S.LAMAR Homegoing services for Mr$. AlmaS. Lamar of3704 N. :16 h St., who passed away Sunday, May 9 2010, wUI be held Saharday, May 15, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home, 2 708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Rev. James Cruz, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Alma was born September, 30, 1919 in Cordele, Georgia. She was preceded In deatl1 by: her mother, Lula; father, Grant Staley; son, Keith Staley; and sister, Lillie Mae Holiday. She leaves to cheris h her memory: her children, Auther Steven and wife, Ethel, of Tallahassee, Alfred Staley, Janice Gordon and husband, Ronald Gordon, Freddie Wintons and Bettie George, all ofTampa; sisters, Marian Blye, Cincinnati, OH, and Zola Rhine, Temple, GA; 18 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren; 10 nieces and 9 nephews; and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends; best friends, Junita Shoemaker and family, Annie P. Goines and family, Mrs. Camlna Hills, Mrs. Catherine English and family and long time emJ?loyer, Diana Kempler. The vtewlng will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel for. the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.ajkepsfuperalbome.pet Family Owne d & )perat c:d .,l, &-Anaer&:.:auneral Home 5117 North 22nd Street 1i Florida 33610 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation ( >ur l lllllih \k" : t Your l dmih :-. \;Ll'll..., CRISIS JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LPJ> 5002 N. 40th Street Florida

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MISS KATRINA A. CLEVELAND llomegoing services for Miss Katrina A. Cleveland, who passed away Saturday, May 8, 2010, at LifePath Hospice, will be held Saturday morning, May 15, 2010, at 11 a. m. from New Salem Missionary Baptis t Church, 405 N. Oregon Avenue, with the Dr. Henry J. Lyons, pastor. Miss Katrina A. Cleveland was preceded in death by: her mother, Ella Burney Cleveland; fathe1 Ivory Cleveland; 2 brothers, Walter Burney and Eugene Burney ; 2 sisters, Emma J Jones and Muriel Cleveland; 2 aunts, Frances Williams and Mary Thomas; and 3 uncles, Dave Burney, Kency (Bo) Thomas and Leroy Burney. She leaves to cherish her memories: son, Troy L. Bacon, Jr.; 2 daughters, Deionne Cleveland and Lucille Tookes (AI); 6 grandchildren, Gweneshia Cleveland, Kabie Mangum, Gabrielle Cruz, Kizzy Weaver, Shan'yah Tookes and Josiah Tookes; sister, Loretta Brown (James, Sr.); 2 brothers, Johnny Watson (Casandra) and Ivory Cleveland; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other sorrowing relatives and fi:iends. The viewing for Miss Katrina A. Cleveland will be held on Friday, May 14, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY ON SATURDAY. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday morning, May 15, 2010, at 10:30a. m. EVERETT-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME MR. DAVID LEROY ANDERSON Mr.1David Leroy Anderson was born on February 12, 1965, in Seffner, FL, to the late Sharon Anderson and Alfred Williams. He attended the Hillsborough County School System. David loved his family and had a passion for cooking. He gave his life to Christ at an early age, and was baptized at St. Mary AME Church of Seffner. He later joined Mt. Olive M B. Church, under the lcade1ship of Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps. On May 5 2010, David bravely boarded the train to glory, as he was called home to rest by his Master. David Anderson was preceded in death by: his mother and father, Sharon (Sista) Anderson and Alfred Williams; grandfather and grandmother, Selley and Julia Anderson; and aunts, Annette Poole and Ella Mae Wardlow. He leaves behind to honor his life his beloved family: two sisters, Nanette (Wardell) Evans and Inez Williams; two brothers, Gerald Anderson and Steven Anderson; aunts and uncles, Betty Benjamin (Thomas), Selley Anderson, Jr. (Lisa), Ronnie Anderson (Charlotte), Clarence Anderson (Kathy), Carl Lee Anderson (Patricia), Timmie Anderson, Michael An-. derson (Antoinette), Leonard Anderson (Angelita), and Bernard Anderson (Valeria), Emma Henry and Billy Thomas (W"Illie Mae), Christine McCaslin and Ernestine Johnson; nieces and nephews, Jernard, Juaqueyonis, Juakeemeya, Jenard, Jr., Juareyonia, Rayard, Jordan, Calisa, Shermanika, Zy'keriyah, Julia, Gerald, Jr., Crystal, Samariah, Sukari, Cierra, Whitney, Steven, II, Aniyah, Amilya and Azarion; -cousins, Lisa, Dene, Jackie, Clifford, Bertha, ArthUt:, Jerrod, Gail, Kashenna, Tasha, Darrius, Tamara, Julia, Ronnie, Jr., Jose, Clarence, Jr., Keisha, Andre, Marquise, Latoya, Tanyale, Carl, Jr., Selena, Yolanda, Sharon, Michael, Jr., Reba, Robert, Marcus, Alyce, Leonard, Jr., Tiffany, Bernard, Jr., Latosa, Laquandis, Shantia and Kendrick, Kenny, Colleen and Lester; special friends; and a host of cousins and friends. A HARMON BURIAL ntegrity F unera I Services -The Heart of Servin9 Family Affordable Prices to Meet Your Needs Cremations Memorials Burials 3822 E. 7th Avefi. Tampa. Aorida 33605 Phone Us at (813) 148-5000 MRS. ROSE LIVINGSTON Memorial services in loving of Mrs.. passed aw,ay on ";?,,20tJYli ,wdl be.l;ield Saturday, May 15 2010, at 1 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, with Rev. Jerry Alexander, officiating. Mrs. Livingston was a native of Mineola, Texas. She attended McFarlane Public Schools and was a graduate of the class of 68. She later moved to Tampa, where she l'tet and married, Mr. Rocky Cornell Livingston. She then furthered her education and became a paralegal and a medical payment processing agent. Her lifelong dream was to see her children and grandchildren graduate and become successful men and women. She leaves to cherish her loving memories and beautiful spirit, a son La'Jace, a.k.a. Sug; daughters, La'Shaunda, Dominique, Sharell, La'Shawnda and Shareka; grandchildren, Aniya, Lay'onna, Ry'cardo, Daries, Tayonna, Jakoby, Jayden, Love, Erika, Ricardo and Monique; sisters, Alicia, and Gwen; brothers, Earnest and Randy; nieces, Maria, Sheena, Shameeka, Amelia, Tiffany and Brittany; nephews, Kevin, Keith, Mark and Ronnie; inlaws, Voncia, Queen, Barbara and Judy; and a host of other family members and sorrowing friends. Friends attending the memorial services for Mrs. Rose Livingston are asked to assemble at Harnton Funeral Home on Saturday, May 15, 2010, at 12:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. BEVERLY E. KING NICHOLS May 14, 1953 -April17, 1988 Memories are precious things that never fade away, but keep their warmth and sweetness even on the saddest days. Sadly missed by: mother, Bettye King; children, Veronica and Verome; sisters, Sandra and Debra; annts and nncles. MR. BERTIE .. ,, .. 11 11Jtl I n rwcgo.ng 'for, 1\fr. 1 , .. 9 ; 20.J.Q I will lield! this :SI!I.tul)day, ,,May 15 2010, at 4 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, Rev. Keith Boykin, officiating. Interment will be private. Bertie Quarrie was born in Kingston, Jamaica. He moved to Florida in 1945 and became a U.S. citizen in 1966. He late met and fell in love with Louise Quarrie with whom he shaed 40 plus ycms of marital bliss. He was a faithf11l member of the American Cricket Club where he served as Treasurer and Chef. He was known throughout the City of Tampa for his famous Jamaican curried gout and chicken dishes. Bertie worked as a cement finisher for 40 plus years, retiring at the age of seventy years old. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted and loving wife, Louise Quarrie; two sons, Dennis Quarrie of Kingston Jamaica, and Curtis Bryant (Mary) of Tampa; daughter, Janice Daniels (John) of Tampa; seven grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and one great, great grandchild; several nieces and nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation and viewing for Mr. Bertie Quarrie will begin at 2:30 p. m. on Saturday. Friends attending the home going services are asked to assemble at 3:45 p. m. BURIAL 1 Ray ;. LEONARD Mrs. Minnie Leonard of Tumpa, passed nwuy Tucsdny, Muy 11, 2010. A memorial service will be held on Fridny, Mn y 14, 2010, nt 11 n. m. at Ray Willinms Memorial Chupel, 301 North Hownrd Avenue, with Elde r hnrles Davis, J>nstm of ollege Hill Church of God in Iuisi, officiating. _.. 1\.) 0 _.. 0 M1s. Lccmnd was 1 1 native of North Cnrolinu and u resident of Tampa for s cvenl ycurs She 5 was retired from the New Ymk City Bonrd of Estimates for ::0 many yeurs. 0 She leaves to cherish her )> memory: her husband, Herbert en Leonard; daughter, Chloe King; m grandchildren, Marc Z (LaQuinda) Brewington of ::! Brandon, FL, und Leah (Wal-Z ter) Smith of Seffner, FL; 6 p:! great grandchildren, Shayla, Chelsea, and Sydney Brewing m ton and Tyler, Justin, and C: Aaron Smith; a nephew, Franklin Dawson, Jr.; and a sis-m ter-in-law, Eddye Dawson of ::! Tampa. Z Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. "A Family Friend "'D c: m r c;; J: m 0 m < m c: m en 0 )> z 0 2:! 0 In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33806 Ph: 813) 253-3419' Fax: -49.12 Email: n:a"'111n1c::

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c c; Funerals Memoriam -----------Wilson Family Notice c a: u. c z < c Ul w = 1-> a: w > w c w :I: Ul :::J m = ll. z i= w ...J ...J = m ...:. w z i= z w Ul < c a: 0 ...J u. Stone MS. DEBORAH -4oNES:-; A serV*e 'for Ms. Deborah Jones will be held on Saturday, May 15, 2010, at 10 a. m. at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea Street, Tampa, with a local minister, officiating. A native t.f Tampa, Deborah Jones was born to Martha Lewis and Moses Killins on August 25, 1962. She was educated by the public schools of Hillsborough County. Deborah was a previous resident of St. Petersburg. Deborah was preceded in death by: her grandparents, Viola and Willie Jones; father, Moses Killins, Jr.; and brother, Moses Killins, Ill. In her memory she leaves to cherish: a son, Erik Jones; loving mother, Martha J. Lewis; 3 grandchildren, Erik E. Jones, Erykah A. Jones and Costello; 6 sisters, Denise Faggett (John), Charlotte Tumbling, Cheryl Jones (Charlie), Sonya "Yvette" Thomas (Tom), Tequila Wheeler and Karen Scott; 4 brothers, Dennis Tumbling, James Taylor (Denise), Lima "Pop" Killins and Donnie Killins; nieces, Yamika, Cornetta, Nakisha, Marquita, Kierra, Deja, Demetrie, Zena, Porche, Corvette and Eboni; nephews, Michael (La-Tonia), Erron, Jimmie Lee, Terranton (Michelle), Eric, Tommy, Jr. (Stephanie), Arshea, Andre (Tonia), James, Jr., Javonne, Sergio and Donnie, Jr.; loving, devoted aunt, Mary Stephens and aunt, Bernice Hopkins; devoted cousins, Ebony Roseboro; special cousins, Joyce Stevens, Gail Jones, Naomi Stephens (Wilbur), Felicia Young, Ann Stephens, Lekecia Roseboro, Rodney Roseboro, Jr., andResbard Boggs; special friends, Ron, Reginald "Regina" Goods, Zena and The Burger King Crew, Trina and The MeDonaids Crew, Bubba Mitchell (Wanda), Helen James, Ms. Brenda and the 17th Avenue Crew (St. Pete), and Mr. Goodman and family. The remains will repose at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, from 9:15-9:45 a. m. on Saturday May 15, 2010. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the Stone's Memorial Funeral Home at 9:45 a. m. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., LF.D. A FANNIE B. STONE TRADmONAL SERVICE : Annie Murl Cole, formerly of 3218 N. 16th Street, who passed away after a lengthy illness on Saturday, May 8, 2010, at Melech Hospice House of Temple Terrace, will be held on Saturday, May 15, 2010, at 2 p. m. at St. Luke A. M E. Church, 2709 N. 25th Street, with Pastor Walter J. Lassister, II, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Cole was preceded in death by: her parents, Nora and Percy Everett; husbands, Lascoe Brown and Benny Cole, Jr. ; son, Bennie Cole; daughters, Bennie Mae Dennis and Eliza Cole; and brothers, Arthur Everett, Roosevelt Everett, Willie Everett, Jesse Everett and Ernest Everett. Special acknowledgement to: Burnie Holmes (deceased) James Williams (deceased), Otis Morgan (deceased) and William "Billy" McKinney (deceased), as well as a host of other family and friends. Mrs. Cole leaves behind: six devoted and loving children and stepchildren, Arthur Cole and wife, Kathy, Willie Brown, Sr. and wife, Rosalind, Jimmy Williams, Sr. and wife, Juan, Oris Broxton and wife, Lavada, Ulysee Cole and wife, Matha, and Millie Warren of Thomasville, GA; 2 sisters, Alice Butler, and Consuella Leath and husband, Eugene; 5 brothers, Morris Everett, Bryant Everett, Percy Everett and wife, Helen, Monroe Everett and wife, Evelyn, Edward Everett and wife, Karen of St. Petersburg; 31 grandchildren, LaShawn Brown (Joseph), Debora Brown (Willie), Willie Brown, Jr. (Lyla), Calvin Cole, Christopher Cole, Dawn Cole-White and husband, Will, Ebony Cole, Mosi Collins, Silvester Brown (Eureka), Jimmy Williams, Jr. (Cynthia), Juan Wtlliams, Sherica Brown, Salina Wilson, Sabrina Broxton, Regina Broxton (Aja), Oris Broxton, Jr., Keaunta Desinor (Will), Stephanie Brown (Melvin), Sadrina Osborne, Cassandra Warren, Adri&iltaldwell (Deriick), and Cassandra Warren of Thomasville, GA, Sheraila Dennis of Tallahassee, and Betty Cole, Brandy Cole, Tiffany Cole, Wtllie "BC" Cole, Jr., Kenneth Cole, Marvin Cole, Perry Wtlson and Emma Wtlson; 61 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A native of Marianna, FL, Mrs. Cole and her family moved to Tampa in 1945 She was a long time member ofSt. LnkeA. M. E. Church and attended faithfully nntil her illness. The remains will repose on Friday, May 1.4, 2010, from 5-9 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 2C}th Street and the funeral home and the family will receive friends from s-6 p. m. in the chapel. Famlly and friends are asked enu e b y 1 p m o r a t St. Luke A. M E. C hurch a t 1 :45 p m A W ilSO N SERVICE www -ilsonfunecalbo me.rom MS. ALICE MAE DAVIS Homegoing celebration for Ms. Alice Mae Davis of Tampa, who passed away Wednesday, Mays, 2010, will be held Saturday, May 15 2010, at 11 a.m. at Exciting Faith Alive of Tampa Bay, 3111 E. Wilder Avenue, Antonio R. Hawkins, Senior Pastor, eulogist, and Pastor Clarence Nathan, officiating. Interment will follow in Res t Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Arthur and Sallie Davis; and four brothers and six sisters. She leaves to cherish memories of her: daughter, Melphie Goodwin and husband, James; son, James K. Brown and wife, Keara; two grandsons, Shawn Singfield, Jr. and wife, Kim, and James Goodwin, Jr.; two granddaughters, Jennifer M. Goodwin and Serenity Brown; two great grandchildren, Sha'Noah Singfield and Jamesha Goodwin; sister, Catherine James of Boston, MA; two sisters-in-law, Rosa Davis and Cora Davis; and brother-in-law, Milton Carr of Moultrie, GA. She also leaves behind: her godmother, Hazel Barnes; godsister, Ruth Mitchell; goddaughter, Ovida Wiggins; and lifetime friends, James Brown, Ester Mae Barnes and Rachel Hills; along with a host ofloving nieces, nephews, cousins and other close friends. Ms. Davis was born on March 25, 1943, in Cuthbert, Georgia. She moved to Tampa at an early age. Ms. Davis was a long time member of New St. Matthew M. B. Church. She retired from National Linen Services after 25 years of employment. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Friday, May 14, 2010, at Wtlson Fnneral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE www.wiJson-funeralhome.com .. MRS.AMEUA GRANT MANUEL '-celebration for 1\{rs ..All\elia Grant Manue l of Tampa, who passed away Tuesday, May 4 2010, will be held Saturday, May 15 2010, at 11 a. m. at Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 W Nas sau Street, of which Reverend Linda Reese, pastor, with Pastor Louise Gentle, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Amelia was preceded in death by: her husband, Dan Manuel; sons, Daniel Manuel and Johnny Grant Washington; parents, David A. and Patsy Grunt; siblings, Dnvid, .Jr., Anne Johnson, Sallie Mne Brown, Emma Patterson and Dorothy Walker; grandson, Derrick Manuel and great granddaughters, Knilese and Nayla Desseau. Celebrating the joys of her life are her children: Charles Manuel (Emma), Almon Manuel of California, Issac Manuel (Delphine), David Manuel (Veronica), Maeola Simmons of California, Patsy Desseau (Knotts), Vanderlyn Owens and Linda Manuel (Diop) of Tampa; devoted grandchildren, Edwin Simmons (Shalon) of Las Vegas, NV, Shirley Simmons, Joe Simmons, Keith Manuel, Kyle Manuel of California, Alessi Manuel, Vonzella Desseau (Wayne), Shakitha Desseau, Carl Owens, Jr., Byron Owens, Desmond Manuel, Devin Manuel, Tasha Manuel Todd (Edward), Isaiah Manuel, Raul Catuy and Johnny Washington; 22 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins; sons-in-law, Louis Desseau and Carl Owens, Sr.; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Mrs. Manuel was born February 21, 1922, in Tallahassee, and was a resident of Tampa, for over 65 years. She received her early education in the public school system of Tallahassee, .. and 'furthered ; I Jte)< education at l.il1coln. Jiist'iffite' for Nursing. She worke.d as a HOme Healtlt AmeliiJ accepted Chri.sJ; at an early'. 'age and was' a .. faithful member of Peaee -Progressive Primitive Baptist Church until her health began to fail. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, May 14, 2010, at Wtlson Fwieral Home, 3000 N 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a.m., Saturday. A WilSON SERVICE www.wiJaon-funeraJhome.com .. The Voice of Our Conununity Speaking for Itself lf 248-1921 I MR. LUCARNE i JOSPEH March 15, 1936 -May 3, 2010 Funeral services for Mr. l .ucarne Joseph will be held Saturday, May 15, 2010, at 2 p. m. at First University Church, 2225 E. 109th Avenue. Mr. Joseph was a hard-working mnn, who worked two jobs his whole life to take care ofhiN wife and seven children. He was born In l'ort De tnix, Haiti, and lived in Haiti, the Dominican Republic and the Bahamas before he came to the United States in 1981. He then brought his wife and four of his children who were born in Haiti, to Ft. Pierce, FL, where he and his wife eventually had three more children. He moved to Tampa in August, 1999 He is survived by: his wife, Charilia Joseph; his brother, Joseph; his seven children, Gesner, Rochery, Claude, Ilfaut, Jimmy, Wilbur and Linda Joseph; 18 grandchildren, Kenlesha, Nata11ha Joanne, Jennifer, Rodnlta, Keyanna, Claonise, Ashley, Berji, Shaun, Nicole, Amari, Niyah, Ruth and Rebecca Joseph, Ricky Mingo, Jr., Anthony Courtois and Rose Andre Peters; sister-In-law, Yaja Joseph; niece, Ylande Joseph; and other family members and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. DONNELL JOHNSON May17, 1953 'Trusting In God's Promises' Comfort for your Sorrow, Courage for each day, Strength to face this journey, His Word to light your way; His peace to fill your heart, aJthou&h yon may not understand, And, His love to bold you gently in the hollow of His hand. We love and miss yon so very much, Happy Birthday Your mother, Mrs. Ernestine Johnson and your brothers, Mr. John W. Brown, Jr., and Mr. Leonard Johnson, aD of Orlando,FL

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Memoriams A LOVING MEMORIAM FOR MY SON RENARD CORNELIUS BROWN, SR. Sunrise: 11-26-1976 Sunset: 5-12-2006 Trying hard every day to m ake it without you being here. Praying to God that He helps me make it through each day. We love you and miss you. Your parents, Hiram and Beverly Ortiz; sister, Lataya; brothers, Augustus, Jr., Hiram Andre and Marcos; kids, Renard, Rakhim, Rasheem, Regine, Reshard, ReKiyja. Rekayla, Reniyah, Jaden, Amarri Brown and Raeneshia (who resting in heaven with her dad); and the rest of the family. Love, Mom. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM IRENE B. WALTER Happy birthday, Mother. It seem s as if it were yesterday that God plucked a beautiful flowe r for His garden. This gives us another chance to say how much we love a woman of power and passion that you gave us. \Ve know that you are in heaven having peaceful moments, because you deserve it. \ Ve love and miss you. Your children: Minnie, Josephine, Catherine. Delores, James, Lee and John, your grandchildren and your great grandchildren. Check Out Our N e wly Enhanced Website: www. flsenti nel. com Now With On-line Adve rtisi And Mo re! REMEMBERING BRUCE LLOYD SPIVEY, JR. 02/17/87---05/17/2008 We thought of you with love today, but that is nothing new; we thought about you yesterday, and the days before that, too. \Ve miss you so very much. Forever in our hearts: Patricia all Louisy, mother: Reatha R Hall, grandmother; Narcis Hall Hooks and Andreatha Hall-Reeves, aunts; and Samuel L. Louis Hooks, cousin. IN MEMORY OF OUR MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER MRS. MARRIETTA JOHNSON January 5, 1912-May 12,2001 You left u s beautiful m emories. Your love is still our guide and although we cannot see you, you are always at our side. Our family chain i s broken, and nothing seems the same, but as God calls u s one b y one, the chain will link again. Loving you always, the Clark and Everett families. 'Earth has no sorrow that heaven can not heal.' CELEBRATING YOUR 30TH BIRTHDAY! MARK CLAYI'ON LANDRUM, .JR. a.k.a., SPARKS May 13,1980 We knew little the day that God was going to call ymu nnmc. In life w e love you dearly, in dl!ath we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you, hut in God w e put om ttsl. You left u s peaceful m emories, "Zikyra, Murkiah and Lil Mark, Jr." Your love is still our guide and though we cannot sec you; yon are always at our side. We miss you Mark, and you will ulways be in our hearts. From, your mother, Jennifer Dunn; your sisters, Ttina, Shena, Gina, Nashitka and Moniquc; and brothcts, Kenny, Carlso and Alvoid. e1.Jrlh tl1.Js N o Th1.JI Ca nn o t five big reasons In oonsiJer Wilson tunemllloine: to earn your business. We can't afford to provide anythjng less than impeccabl e service, or to leave you with less than the best impression possible. 2 You're not just our client, you're our boss. We don' t lose sight of w h o we're working for. After all, you're the one we answer to. 3 We arrange funerals, we don't sell them. lt is our responsibility t o h onor your wishes and respect your budget. 4 We like meeting families, not gools. Uke you, we are a part of this community e supponing our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting uibute is irnponant to you, and you don't deserve rushed. FUNERAL HOME 3DJ N. 29th St Tampa, F L 33605 (800) 605-3350. ( 813) 248-6125 .,.., :::0 0 l> ,:< s:: l> -< ""' 1'\.) 0 0 r 0 :x:J 0 l> (/) m z -i z m r OJ c r r m -i z "0 c OJ r (/) :I: m 0 m < m :x:J -< -i c m (/) 0 )> z 0 :x:J 0 G) m WNW.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne l Bright 1\:> ..... ____

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Memoriams/Cards of Thanks C[ LL. c a: L1. c z < c en w = ... > a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m = Q. z t= w ...J ...J = m ..J w z t= z w en a: 0 ...J L1. c( I C\1 C\1 w e, IN LOVING MEMORY (HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY) RENA MAE BARNUM Today. we reJotcc the passing of Rena .\lac Bar num and show our respect and love from d aughter. Ethel Keaton and Family. 1\!om. I miss you and will always love you. Rest in peace. Jlappy l\lothers Day! IN MEMORIAM MR. EDDIE LEE DENSON September 2, 1940-May 17, 2006 Four years ago the Lord called you home. Sometimes it seems like yesterday. I miss you being my husband, your children as a father, and your grandchildren as granddaddy. Your wife, Betty Denson, children, grandchildren, and other family and friends. -IN LOVING MEMORY EVAK. GAY 9/3/38 ---5/17/09 It's been one year since God called you home. It broke our hearts to lose you; But in God we put our trust; in times as difficult as this, faith is such a must. You left us peaceful memories; your love is still our guide; And though we cannot see you, you are always at our side. Our family chain is broken, aud nothing seems the same; But as God calls us oue by one, the chain will link again. Sadly missed by your husband, Rev. JoeL Gay, Sr.; aud children: Kathryn Gay-Brookins, Joe Gay, Jr., Rev. Gregory Gay, Sr., Angela Scarbrough aud family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM QUINTIN EVEREIT May 12, 1972 -September 29, 2005 We miss you! Your Family. CARD OF THANKS INEZ HUGHES DAVIS The family of Inez Hughes Davis extends heartfelt gratitude to everyone for the outpouring of love shown during our bereavement. We appreciate all the cards, flowers, food and condolences. We would also like to say a very special THANK YOU to C laretha "Dec" G 1aham fm her commitment to our family as we went through this trying period. Finally, to the entir e staff of Lakeshore Villas Health Care Center, THANK YOU VERY MUCH for the loving care and devotion you gave to our loved one. It will always be remembered. We love you and may God bless you all. The Davis Family. leon Claxton, Jr. Dies; Funeralized In Jacksonville For those of you old enough to remember, The Harlem In Havana Show (Claxton Review) was the only African American participant at the Florida State Fair 's Royal American Shows. The founder of that show, Leon Claxton, bec ame the first African American to own and operate a hotel when he opened the Claxton Manor. On Sunday morning May 2, 2010 his son, Leon Dunkins Claxton, Jr., passed away in Jacksonville, Florida after a short battle with lung cancer. He was 58. The son of the late Leon and Gwendolyn Claxton, Claxton attended Jesuit High School and continued his edu cation at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WiscOnsin. Claxton was employed by the United States Post Office. Claxton, married to Brenda (BJ) for 13 years, was pre ceded in death by his sister, Olivia Claxton, and is sur vived by Gwenette Claxton, sister, John Cunningham, LEON CLAXTON, JR. half brother (wife Sandy), Henry J. Davis, Jr., brother in-law (wife Stephanie), an aunt Mary Shirley BatesJohnson, and a host of nieces nephews, grand nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. According to Cunningham, Leon, Jr. was never involved with the Harlem In Havana Show. The family requests no flow ers. Contributions can be made to Haiti Relief Fund Incorpo rated 22055 S.W. 128 Court, Miami, Florida 33170. CARD OF THANKS SHARHONDA KAYE BROWN We, the family of the lute Sharhonda Kuye Brown, would like to expre..'iS our deepest appreciation for ull acts of kindne..'is shown during our time of bereavement. 11tanks for the curds, culls, food, floral urrungcments, finuncial NUilJlUrt und muny prayers. Specinl thunks to: TnmJlll Generul llospitul Nursing Stuff, 6th Floor A Section, Lifel'alh llospicc "Supphir Teum," Hillsborough H eud Start Foundation, Inc., New St. Mat-thew Mis.'iionary Bnptist Church, Deacon Doug Black, Holy Ghost Churc h Of God Jl. W. H. B. Bishup Isaac Andrews, llillsborough County Heud Start (School District) Kinder/Morgun, Inc., Middleton Class of 1970, Coventry Heulth, Inc., Hillsborough County II ud Sturt (DOCC) NCNW Tnrnpu Metro Section, Ted udd Ardrea Cannedy, Andren White, Norene Miller und Antonia Barber. Very spcciul thanks to Ray WiUiums Funeral Home and stuff. Crime USF Basketball Plavers Charged With Not Paving For Meals Two University of South Florida basketball players were charged' with
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I Crime Founh Suspect Arrested In Death Of Man Found In Dumpster ULYSSES A. GRANT On Tuesday afternoon, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested a fourth susp ec t in th e killin g of a man found in a dumpster la s t month Ulysses A. Grant, 28, was arrested on a charge of man s l a u g ht e r in th e d ea th of James L. Toney, 56. Toney wa s found in a dumpster behind the Station Bar, 1947 West Main Street. Jarvis Troupe, 24, Keontrye Williams, 22, and Renell Little, 17, were arrested earlier and charged with manslaughter. Troupe and Williams are still in jail, and Little was sent to the Juvenile Detention Center. Woman Threatens Mother With Knife AUDREY LEWIS On Monday afternoon, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested a woman for allegedly threatening her mother with a knife Deputies reported that Audrey Lewis, 28, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon She was arguing with her mother, who wanted her to leave the house. Deputies said Lewis grabbed a knife and held it in the air in a threatening man ner, and her mother ran into another room because she feared for her life. Deputies reported that Lewis had lived with her mother for about seven months. She is being held without bail on the charge. UNCLE SANDY . No effort can be 4, 11, 14, 18, too great when the reward 33, 9, 34, 13, can be so plentiful and 2, 29, 30, 44, bring so much prosperity to so many people 5, 15 19, 10. 5006 E. BROADWAY AVE. 'TAMPA, FL 33619 PHONE: 813-300-9107 STATE & FEDERAL BONDS PRIVATE GPS THANKS TO ALL MY CLIENTS & FRIENDS FOR YOUR CONTINUED LOYAllY & TRUST SERVING: TAMPA MIAMI NEW YORK GEORGIA LOS ANGELES Al'IID MANY CITIES IN FLORID.'-. FREDDIE Wll50N Man Threatens Census Worker With Pick Axe WlLLIE THIGPEN Tampa Police have charged a Sulphur Springs man with threatening a Census Worker with a pick axe. At 7:10p. m. Monday, an employee with the United States Census Bureau, Gregory Sijesta, 52, was attempting to take a census report a 1803 Mulberry Street when he was confronted b y Willie Thigpen. Police said Sijesta identified himself as a Census Bureau employee and showed his identification card. Thigpen, 65, reportedly became enraged and took a large pick axe from the trunk of his car. He allegedly used it to threaten Sijesta who fled and called 9-1-1. Thigpen was arrested and charged with aggravated battery. He was later released after posting a $2,ooo bond. Man Takes Familv On Drug Deal WILLIAM BROWN Tampa Police charged a man with drug and neglect charges for allegedly taking his wife and two children with him on a drug deal. According to reports, William Brown, 29, was delivering crack cocaine to an agent of the Tampa Police. He took his wife and two daugh ters, ages 3 and 10 with him. Police said Brown used a phone to make the transaction. Brown has been charged with delivery of cocaine, pos.: session of cocaine, two counts of child neglect and unlawful use of a two-way communication device. He was also charged with not having a valid driver 's license. Brown is being held with his bond set at $26,750. Man Who Fled Counhouse Arrested ..... Tampa !'olin wmkin g with th e U. S. r.tarshal"s Florida Regional Fugitin Task Forn ha\"l' arrested John .. Papa Love .. Speights, 4;1. fled from the courthou se durin g his trial a f e w wee k s ag o o n c harg es he fath e r' s a c hild from a rl'lative. Speights was arres t e d at the Golde n Corral Restaurant. 6942 West Hillsborough Avenue this Police s pokespersb'n, laura McElroy, said they r eceived A tip that Speights had b ee n living at an extended stay hotel in the Town N Country area. When authorities arrived, he attempted to flee, "'Yt\)lt r.ovc -1 1 v"', but was arrested u r th e park ing lot of Golden Corral. He is in the process of being transported to the Hillsborough County Jail. Third suspect Arrested In Store Shootings, Gun Thefts 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 C/) m z ::::! z m r;lll c: r r-KENNETH LEE KIMANI JAMES DANIEL LEE z On May 7th, Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies responded to an alarm at the Ace Hardware Store, 10415 Highway 39 in Lithia. They discovered someone had used a vehicle to drive into the store and remove 25 to 30 handguns. At 9 a m., the Polk County Sheriffs Office received a call of a shooting at a convenience store in Mulberry where two Black male suspects armed with a handgun tried to rob the store During the robbery, two store clerks were shot. They both suffered non-life threatening injuries The suspect were seen flee ing in a maroon or burgundy vehicle, possibly a Toyota Camry On May 9th, detectives made contact with Kimani James and arranged for him to meet them at a Farmer's Market in Ill Plant City to turn himself in. 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George Edgecomb Bar Associatijq nuaf Schola shiP Banquet -in the 21st Century : Enduring Traditions, Emerging Challenges was the tge Edgecomb Bar Association 27th Annual Scholarship Banqu et. The George Edgecomb Bar Association was created in 1983 to preserve the legacy the'H'O'norable rge E Edgecomb. Hillsborough County's first African Americ.anjudge. He died in 1976. Program participants included Kamilah L. Perry, Esquire, President George Edgecomb Bar Association; Sherilee J. Williams, Esq.; Monica J. Williams, Esq., K elly Chanfrau Esq., Joanna Garcia, Esq., Kenneth G. Turkel, Holiday Esq., Henry G. Gyden, Esq., First Vice President George Edgecomb Bar Association; Delano S. Stewart, Esq Sharonda P. Mills, Esq. F.entrice Driskell, Esq., and Warren Ballentine, Attorney-at-Law, guest speaker The 2010 scholarship recipients were: Sabrina Harper-Smith, grader at Robinson High School, who received the Prepaid Scholarship. Cash scholarships were pre sented to Desjane' Boone, senior at Black High School; Jared Burdgess, Brandon High School senior; Nathaniel Gizaw, Gaith e r High senior; and King High School senior, Olubola (Bola) Olusanya. Robert (Bob) Samuels received the Francisco Rodriguez Award and C. Martin Lawyer, III was the recipient of the Diversity Award. (Photos by Julia Jackson) The peaker for the banquet was Warren Ballentine, radio talk how host, who led the call for action for the JENA 6 event. Tammy Austin at the GEBA Scholarship Banquet. M r s Doretha Edgecomb, widow of George E dgecomb and Alhson Edgecomb, his daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank (County Attorney, R e nee) Lee. l lillshmough County School cmmsclm, Jo'lc.ming with students from Jo'mnklin Middle Magnet School. The George Edrt' comb Bar Association wmks closely with students nl the schoo in the Law Academy. In attendance were: Scheni(JUII Mnyes, Kcnd1ick Franklin and Nglav Taylm. County Commissioner Rose Ferlita with "Arts on Patrol' artist, Reggie Ferguson with his First Supper painting, also known a s "Fly." Ferguson had his art on display at the event. The Honorable Charlene Honeywell, (Retired) Judge Perry Little, Judge Cheryl Thomas and Atty. Delano Stewart . -\nthony Carswell. Vice President. \\'ealth :\lanagement. and .\Jr. and .\Irs. George Shaw Left to right, Les ;\ tiller, retiring HCC president, Gwendolyn Anita Jordon. w e r e in at1endance. Steph e nson. Gwen M ill e r and Steve Stephenson.

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0 c; eature Contestant Needs Help ::E To Compete In Pageant a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c C/) 1 w :: .... i:t w > w c w ::z::: C/) ::::i m :: D.. z i= w ...I ...I = m ...:. w z i= z w C/) ( a: 0 ...I u.. m I N w CJ BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Krystal Jordan h as a n o u tgo i ng p e r so n ality th a t i s r eflec t e d in h e r d aily life. Amo n g th e thing s s h e enjoys are c h eerlea din g c o oking, a nd m o d e ling. In addition to being a junior at Annwood High School Krystal spends her free tim e modeling at Jada' s Modeling In s titute. But, recently, the as piring y oung lad y b e came a contestant in the National American Miss Florida Teen Pageant. After competing on a local level, she has been chosen as a state finalist. She will com pete against other finalists on July 191", in Orlando. The win ner will receive $1,000 cash award then compete in the national pageant at Disney land in California. In addition to the exposure the pageant, which is held for girls ages 4 to 18, concentrates on inner beauty, presentation, and encourages future lead ers. It focuses on scholarships and prizes to recognize and assist in the development of young nationwide. However, in order to realize this dream, Krystal needs sponsorship to help her continue competing. The contributions will be used for KRYSTAL JORDAN .... Staste Contestant transportation and other ex penses. A Tampa native, Krystal is the daughter of Dennis and Sonja Jordan. She is active in DECA and the newspaper staff. She was recently chosen as the third runner up in the "Miss Be-You-Tiful Pagent" held in Orlando. Krystal plans to enter Florida A & M University, SchoolofPharmacy.Shethen plans to enter medical school after graduating from college and to become a Neurologist, specializing in sleep disorders. Krystal currently suffers from narcolepsy. Her own medical problems have di rected her path toward medi cine. ,I:. .. GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT lAW A P. GIBBS, ESQ MATTHEW KOCHEVAR. ESQ THOMAS E PARNELL. ESQ ERIC M. MOORE, ESQ WORKER'S COMPENSATION ATTORNEY State & Fed. W. C. Oaims Certified by State University All Job-Related In urles Change Treating ysiclans Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Envtronment W.C. I Race Discrimination ATTY. RODERICK FORD FREE CONSUlTATION! (813) 223-1200 (ExmptForPurentt.VIICes.s) 220 E. Madison Street Suite 1207, Tampa, Fl33602 Vlsil Us Online At w-.FOIIDLAWFIItM.OIIG US. Army JACC Attomeyl ltw of l"""f'tt ., .10 lfnPOit.,. .tnd \hcdd b.a..a l4KW' Oelo rou M.ldft iu to lend J'OU \lllo'f1ttl'!n tnk:rrnaeton .aboJI cu QUIIItlk.na' oq>dldl<.')" LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsboroughaounty Prosecutor-DepuTy hicf Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK Practicing IAwJn: Criminal Defe.nse Family Law Persorull lnjqry Attorney & Counselor M Law CYJlress Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry. Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 The biriua of a lawyer io aa dooiJion Chat oboold uo1 bt based solelf upon ailvcrtilmmll. Men you docido, allr. uo to IODd your ... wnucn idcnmti
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JOHNNY BRANHAM God Bless! Bro. Bobbie McDowell, Jr. Still Standing! VERNESHIA llappy birthday Verneshia. H8PPV1St Binhdav, Twins ADIYASARAAND AVIYA PATRICIA ALLEN "Behold children are a heritage from the Lord, thefruit of the womb is a reward." Psalm 127:3 On May 14, 2009, God blessed us with two beautiful angels: a true gift from the Lord. Adiya Sara and Aviya Patricia Allen, "";ll celebrate 1 year of life on tomorrow with close family, friends and Princess Tiana. Happy birthday twins, (Diya and Viya). Love mommy daddy big sister Yadah, Grandmother "\Vendy and Grandma Rose. OCTAVIA AND VERNESHIA Happy birthday wishes go out to that girl, Verneshia, who will be turning a year older on 5/14. Happy birthday. Mz. Tastv MZ.TAS'IY "It's my birthday!, May 14." Come celebrate my day with me at Della's After Dark, see you there. Smoothchez. Terrible 2 JAYLEN May 17th Happy Birthday to our son who will be celebrating his big da y on May 15th with famil y and friends fighting off crime with Batman We love you Jaylen, from Mommy and Daddy. It's only right that I wish myself a happy and blessed birthday l:::::::::....._ __ ___:====::l and so many more. To Mv loving Husband On His Blrthdav EDDY G., EBRIANA, JAV ARIS GRIFFIN Our Father in heaven created a special man and father just for us. Love, Angela and our kids. EDDY AND ANGELA GRIFFIN SUMMER BUS TOUR SPECIALS!!! See Local Historic African-American Sites From Your Group's Van/Bus Or From One Of Ours As You Take The Call (813) 991-7981 Or E-Mail Us At net ..... N 0 ..... 0

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Church Dlrecto GRACE MARY 101ARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St 248-3n9 NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 107 E Lake Ave. 248-4127 B.DEJI T1tOIIA5 J. RED Pastor Early Morning Worship 8 A M Sunday School -9 : 30 AM Morning Worsh i p -10 : 50 AM. B ible Study Wed 7 P M lHE PUBLIC IS INVITED MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Corner 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.IORKLAND, 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. '--------..:..;:......o&......-J BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where 111e Love Of God Flows And 111e Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." Jesus Is Love! Jesus Is Libert y HEATER FRIEND HIP M. B CHURCII 3325 E. Emma St Sunday School 9 :45 a m Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship -5 p m Prayer Meet i ng Tuesday-7 :30 p m Visitors Are Welcome Sl Mark M1ss1onary Baptist Church 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Flonda 33616 (813) 839-5263 Rev. Darryl M. Matthews PastOf'/Teacher 8 ui/rlin[J On A fim1 (ormd,Jiion" Sunday School -9:3:1 A.M. Slllday Momi11J Worship-10:55 A. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 P.M. Strviu_, Avail,li>k FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd, Tampa, Fl33619 Church Office: (813) 677 Pastor's Office: (813) 672-0389 Academy Office (813) 677-5988 Fax (813) 672-0514 E-Ma1l: fbcopv@tampabay.rr com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior I eaching I' astor Adult/Children Worship Times /:30 A.M. & 10:!>!> A.M. 4:U:Ufiill'llft Sunday-9:45A.M. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday-11 AM.-Adult Wednesday-I P.M. -Youlh/ Children 7:30 P.M. Adult A Salallta Campus For Faith Bible lnstitl19 "Grolmg The Chuch for Glollal Change (Acls 1 :8. nom. 1 :8. 1 Thas. 1 :8) NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, IIC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr (813) 248-8101 a (813) 247-3899 REV. WAI.TEI J. a.LJPastor Early lOOming Worship-?f/S A .M. St.nday Mooling Wmp :30A.M. Mcrnng Worship-10:55 A M Woo. N igJt 7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 48&-7890 HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COM ITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N 1 5t h S tr e et Lutz FL 33549 P O Box 27 3 757 ampa, L 33688 RE1f, DELORES JAMES CAll, Pastor $ijnda y Morning Worsh i p Services 7 :45A.M. & 1 1 A.M. Sunday School-1 0 A.M. Mid-Week Worship T uesday 7 :00P.M. 3S38 N 29th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-660 R E V EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7:50a.m. Sunday School 9:45a.m. Morning Worship 10:50 a.m. TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6 : 30 p .m. Life Enrichment University Visit our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@fbcch.org Weekly Services: Sunday School 9.30 A.M. Sun. Morning Worship 11 A M Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. N1ght. Prayer Serv1ce And B1ble Study savrng The Smners And Educating The Believers Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. Phrl. 4.13 New Heritage Christian Worshi p Center, Inc. 7402 N 56th St. Bldg. 700 Suite 790 T ampa, FL 33617 ELDER DIANO COSTON 813-425-5288 asll@nhcwc.org http://www.nhcwc.org Bible Study: Making Marriage Work How To Survive And E:njoy It SUNDAY EVENING 6P.M. Bring your questions and let's search God's Word ST. MATIHEW M. B. CHURCH 3 708 E Lake Ave ., Tampa, F L 33610 (813) 6 28-0752 .. W e b s ite: www. s tmatthew c h u r c h o r g Email: rsi ms@tampabay. r r.com B reak O f D a y Worsh i p 7 : 4 5 A M Sunday School 9 :30a. m Mornin g Worship 11 a m Prayer Service Wednesday .. 7 p m Study Of the Bible WeO 7:30 -8:30 p m Praise & Worship Service Woo. 8 :30 9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8:30 p m Saturoay Prayer Service & B ible Study 10 a.m Youth Bible InstitUte 12 4 p.m Teen Night Friday before th e 2nd SUnday 7 -11 p m Growth And Sharing God' II LOVfl Worship Opportooitles 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 )> _-< 3: r-0 ::c c > CJ) m z :::j z m r-1 OJ c: rrm :::j z "'0 c: OJ c CJ) ::r: m c m < m ::c -< -t c: m CJ) c > z c ::c c C) m c.n I aJ

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0 SundaH School Time For A Makeover We live in a day when it is all about reality TV. People are always trying to do better and make their situations im prove. One thing people are doing is having makeovers. They are making over their home, their physical appear ance, or their wardrobe. Paul writes in Colossians 3:1, 2, 8-17to encourage the people to embrace their makeover. As believers we have all received a makeover and we must embrace the change that has occurred. things and not give so much focus on the day-to-day temptations of living in this world. As believers in Christ who have been made over by His blood, you must have a greater focus aqd attention. Your thinking must improve and increase beyond earthly accomplishments and suc cesses. To change the way you think you must embrace your make-over. In verse one he admonishes them to change the way they think. He tells them to set their hearts on things above, where Christ is seated at the Cl right hand of God. One of the ff issues of people today is they o keep their mind and attention Z on worldly things. We must < look toward more heavenly Once you have received a makeover there are things that you must rid yourself of. What good is it to change your wardrobe, but keep all of your old clothes? If you have gone through the process of being made over then you must live in your newness. Therefore as you have been changed spiritually and you are now thinking on heavenly Cl (/) UJ :::::> 1-> a: UJ > UJ Cl UJ J: (/) :::::i m :::::> a.. z 1-UJ ...J ..J :::::> m I ...J UJ z 1-z UJ (/) < Cl a: BAPnST CHURCH 1281 M.Jertarsenst.. T1m111. R. 33&02 [8131 229-1390 Sunday ScheoL-----------1:15am. ltrnlng WorshiP ..... -......... ........... ...... 11 a.m. Prayer Service, Tuesdav ................. -...... ou. & p.m. Awana Bible SludV, TUesday. ______ ,_&:30 PJII. Bible SludV, TUesdav ................................... 1 p.m. I Can Do All Things ThrouiJh ChriSl Which Slren!lheneth Me. Philippians 4:13 REV. OSCAR JOHNSON, JR. Pastor/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 Newkir1c., Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE g Sunday: LL. 8:00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A. M Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service Ill I c.o UJ (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesdar. 5 :30 P M Free Tutorial 6:45 P M & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries @aol.com Miss ion S t atement: Church of the inner cffy reachingout to the community by m inistering to the wholeman.n 0 each M inistry: NO COM U ITY, 1!\CJ HOUSEOFLYO BISHOP EDDr NEWKIRK Alld PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK Celebration you rid of anger. ragt. malice. and filthy language. Do not lie to each other ( n. 8-9a). are clothes of your sinful past that you can now live without. These are a few of the things that have been made over in your life that no longer fits your newness. Tver Temple United ethodist Church Celebrates 120 Years These are old things. Things you do not have to go back to or think about using. You do not need these because as with any makeover you re ceive new updated things. When you get a home makeover you get new furniand appliances. New clothes come with a makeover. When God makes you over He gives you a new ness to live with. Living in the newness of God requires you to grow in knowledge (vs.1o). The new clothes of holiness are compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and pa tience (vs. 12). God dresses you with things that will help build your spiritual character and develop healthier rela tionships. These characteris tics do not make one weak, but strong. A person is not to think that because they posses these characteristics they are to be the world's pushover. Paul further suggests to them to let the peace of Christ rule in their hearts (vs. 15). Peace will reign in the home, community, and church where the people have been made over and wear the wardrobe of Christ. When the people in the church allow God's characteristics to be operative, they will see a dif ference. It's time for you to embrace your makeover. Some of the clothes you are wearing are old and outdated. You have outgrown some of the clothes you wear; make a change for the better. God is the makeover King and He wants youto get changed and live according to your newness. .PASTOR GERALDINE CHRISTOPHER In 1890, the front-runner of Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, Bowman Methodist Episcopal Church, was started in Tampa's Afro American Life Insurance building, in central Tampa. On Sunday, May 16, senior church members, active church members, legacy members, and friends will re unite to celebrate 120 years of history and sing, "Victory Is Mine" at the 11 a. m. service at the present-day church, lo cated at 3305-North 151 h Street. Starting with Rev. Pearl Daniel, the first to serve as pastor, the series of ministe rial leaders will be recalled and honored. The current leader, Pastor Geraldine Christopher is the 22nd. At Sunday's service, she will yield to the dynamic preach ing and teaching of guest minister, Rev. Adrian S. Taylor, Springhill Mission ary Baptist Church, Gainesville. Gail Reddick, a life-long member of the congregation, is chairing the celebration. "It's really a family reunion," Reddick announced. "We're New Harmony NEW LOCATION : 2811 N 1 Phone For A Ride (8 THE HOLY GHOST CHURCH OF GOO PURCHASED WITH HIS BLOOD, INC. 3613 23rd St.** Tamr. a, FL 33605 ( 813 ) 247-3055-OJUrch ( 813 ) 613-4600-Cellula r Email: bishopandrews @ live.com SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M. Morning Service -11 :30 A. M Evening Service-7:30P.M. Bibl e Study -Tuesday Evening B ible Band-7 :3 0 P. M. Thursday Evening -YPWW 7 :30 P. M 1st And 3 r d F r iday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry-7:30 P. M calling home old-line families like the Aliens, Bosticks, Wilds, Masseys, Thompsons, Reeves, StokesWilliams, Acostas, Walker, Barnes, Miles, and Bradys to reflect on how we've come this far by faith and give thanks for our continued services in obedi ence to Christ." Reddick's committee con sists of Evelyn Daniels, Margaret Kelly, Dr. Margaret Allen Fisher, Atty. Jeraldine WilliamsShaw, Ruth Ayala, Denise Trigg, Wanda Thompson, Horace Anderson, Lonnie Reddick, and Linda Tillman. 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May Birthdays Happy birth day to th e May celebran ts Happy bela t ed birthday t o Shawn Calloway, Jr., w h o ce l ebra t e d hi s s p ec i a l d ay o n May 3 rd with f a mil y a nd frie nd s. W e all love you! I ex t e nd happy birthday wi s h e s to Jacqueline Buckley, (May 10), Whitney Scott, (May 12) and Kimberly Carter, (May 12), Brandon, MS., as they celebrate another year of life. May the Lord contin ue to bless each of you with many more birthdays Happy birthday to Claudia Wilkerson, Marijane Hansom, Linda Rogers, Tammy Brown, Jennifer Hudson, Thelma Mitchell, Beverly Clarke, Cassandra Henderson, Julia Brown, Kimberly Jackson, Barbara Walker, and Gentry Shantel Bremmer. Also happy birthday to Linda Beckles, long time Sentinel subscriber Her sib lings wish her many more birthdays! Congratulations Congratulations to Mrs. Esther Allen-Lewis, on 35 years of service at the Juvenile Detention Center (DJJ). Mrs. Allen-Lewis was honored on Saturday, Ma y 8th, at the Tampa Hall. Darlene Babineaux. A d elicious dinne r and dancing, and of cour man y wonderfu l tri bu te to Mrs. Allen-Lewis \ ere given The building\ a beautifull y decor a t d b y Mrs. Deborah Caldwell. We a r e so pro ud of your accomplishments Mrs. Allen-Lewis. Sit back r e lax and e njo y College Graduate Congratulations to JaMia Laverne Washington on r 'eceiving her Masters of Health Service Administration (MHSA) from Florida International University, Miami, FL. JaMia is the proud daughter of Henry "Shake" and Cheryl Washington and the granddaughte r of Hattie Byrd White. Her future plans are to attend m e dical school. Keep up th e good work! Anniversary Happy Anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford (Sandra) Hill, of Clarkson GA, and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony (Tammy) Day. Sick And Shut-In Special uplifitng pray ers are being sent out to the sick and shut-in. If we did not have God on our side where would we be? Get well wishes are being extended to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Della) Vickers, Mrs. Archia Mae Wright, Mrs. Eloise Leeks, Mrs. Marjorie Guest, Mrs. Charlotte Dukes, Mrs. Cathy Kirsey, Mr. Robert Dorsey, Mrs. Mattie Mills, Mrs. Lillie C. Bryant, Mrs. Hazel Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. David (Alberta) Shedrick, Mrs. Rudene Lindsay, and Mr. Cleveon J. Waters. Get better soon and know that you are missed. Mrs. Clea Williams had surgery on her eyes. She is a supporter of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. Community Hour Of Power The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer meets each Thursday morning at 10:30 a.m. This is a group of God's children gathered together on one accord to learn the Word of our Father. Everyone is invited to attend. 50th Family Reunion June nth through June 13th, the Progress Village soth Family Reunion will tak pia For morr inf r mation check out th R eunio n web it a t www. r e \'illagefamilvre union.co m or call Tony Parker a t ( 13) 43 3 or Mrs. Roselind Young a t (8 1 3) 6 77-7 -3 M y Brother 2 Keep Ministry This Bibl e a nd g r e ting card ministry for inma t e h a been in ope r ation f o r mor e than 4 yea r a nd h a sent hudre d s of Bibl s a nd greeting cards to inmates upon r equest. Some a r e waiting for Bibles and cards from this ministry, but it depends on when funds are available. Thank you for your patience and understanding. My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry can be contacte d b y writing to P. 0. Box 89174 Tampa, FL 33689. Thought For Todn. 1an p jl \ m walk in and ut of ur Ji(1 u t n l tru fri n d \ ill I nv C t prints in pa t ur Ente r into Hi s g ate with thanksgiving and into Hi s cou1ts with prai e, b e thankful unto Him and bless His name For th e Lo1d is good ; his m e rcy is eve rlasting; and hi s truth e ndur e th to all g e n e1'ations. Call your n w in t o lradean London-Biggs a t (813) 6 7 7-60 71. Walk-Ins Welcome 813.962.8822 813.215.3710 13914 N. Florida Ave. Tampa, Florida 33613 Professional AFRICAN ---R BRAIDING 'T1 r-0 :!:! en m z ::f z m r;m c: rr-g] z ""D c: m c en :::t m c m < m -1 c: m en c ,. z c -<

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Recipes Grilled BBQ Meatball Kebabs 6 baby red potatoes, quartered 24 Italian Style Meatballs, thawed 1 each red and green pepper, cut in chunks 1 onion, cut into large chunks 6 button mushrooms, stems removed 6 cherry tomatoes 6 12-inch wooden skewers 1 cup BBQ sauce Blue Cheese Sliders 1 pound ground beef Seasoning 4 ounces blue cheese tpack Hawatian weetDinner Rolls 1 tablespoon veggie oil & 2 olive oil Brush kebabs with BBQ sauce during the last 5 minutes of grilling. DIRECTIONS: Hand press ground be ef to a 2 Use a 2 cookie cutter, cut-out the slider pat ties and lightly season each. S e t aside. DIRECTIONS: Microwave baby red potatoes on High for 2 minutes. By precook ing the potatoes, this will cut down on the cooking time, because we all know that potatoes take longer to cook. By using precooked meatballs, is also a time-saving bonus, but make sure that they are thawed completely, prior to cooking. Heat BBQ to medium heat and coat the grill with vegetable oil. Brown the patties by cooking for 4-5 minutes for about two minutes. When the patties are almost done, top each with blue cheese. Remove the patties from the grill once the cheese is melted. Alternate meatballs and vegetables on the skewers, ending with cherry tomato or mushroom cap. Grill kebabs for 10-15 minutes. Rotate 1/4 turn, every 2-3 minutes, or until the meatballs are cooked. Split rolls and lightly brush the insides with olive oil before toasting on the grill surface (brushed-side down). Place patties in the toasted rolls and serve. bl" I d 0 ;;; ;;; 0 Of Publix .. 1 WHERE SHOPPING IS A Whole or Half 249 R9und Italian 179 Boneless Pork Lorn... Jlb PIZza Dough .. ... .................. -Cut and WrapPed rnt -::f,''l 9 IIJ'j From Fresh ltali h n Publix Pork, A ll -Natural F ull-Flavor B 1 7 9 Bread Dough for an Authentic Crust. SAVE UP TO .50 LB From the Publix size .. _ SAVElJe...:IO .80_ Ronwni Pasta ............. . .. 79 Selected Varieties, 12 or 16-oz box (Excluding lasagna Manicotti Jumbo Shells, Healthy Harvest and Smart Taste.} Limit four SAVE UP TO .38 Green Giant 79 Canned Vegetables ...... Assorted Varieties 11 to 15.25-oz can (Exclud ing Specialty Com Varieties, Three Bean Salad, and Asparagus.} Limit four. SAVE UP TO .46 Red Baron Pizza ............ 299 Assorted Varieties, 14.76 to 22. 63-oz box (EXI::Iuding Pan Pizza Varieties. } Limit four. SAVE UP TO 2.50 ............. ....... : ........ 119 Premium Performance P ick-A-Size. B i g Roll. 1-roll pkg rz Sauce ............................. J29 Or Meat Sauce, Assorted Varieties, 23 5 or 24-oz jar Limit four. .... ....................... 269 Regul ar or Crunchy; or Creamy Peanut and N atura l Honey Spread: Honey Roast, 28-oz jar Prices effective Thursday, May 13 through Wednesday, May 19, 2010". Only in Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, Highlands, Hernando, Citrus Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, lee, Collier lake, Sunter, Polk and Osceola Counties Publix a tSioneybrook Hils Village in MoU'lt Dora. ArrJ ian carried by Publix GreedNise Market wiD be at the Publix advertised sale price. Prices nat effKthre at Publix s.bor. Quantity rights reserved. ....... ..... .... l99 Assorted Varieties, 11 or 11. 5-oz bag SAVE UP TO 1..42 (Maxwell House Ground Coffeet Decaf or Colombian, Assorted Va(leties, 10. 5 to 11. 5-oz bag ... 2 99) 3: r-0 I en m z m r-aJ c: r r z c: m c en % m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c 'TI ::D c m cp m

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SHEEHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A. .Boarrl A.ca dftrry Of Amliu laJory Foot & A.nkk Su-rgery 813-872-8932om Get Active Opioid c h e mic a l in th e b o dy that cause a high ," may l ow r h art attack r i k B ut you do n t have to run to tap it o n it because a n ) ae r obic erci e will w o rk Eat More Blueberries Why, because they're low in fat and among the riches fruit sources of hearthealthy antioxidants, like vitamins C and E. Power Foods Tomatoes provide iron, potassium, fiber and a host of B Vitamins a n d quercetin, which is a phytochemical that may reduce types of heart and degenerative eye diseases. Most importantly, they are full of lycopene, a carotenoid that lowers the risk of both macular degeneration and several types of cancers, including prostate, cervical, skin, breast and lung cancers. It may also help lower the risk of coronary artery disease. With the high Vitamin C content, tomatoes stimulate the immune sys tem. Onions are not only good for cooking; they're good for your health. They con tain potassi-um, fiber, folate, and flavonoid quercetin which helps eliminate free radiCals that may contribute to eye degeneration, the aging process, heart disease and cancer. Support The Florida Sentine Advertisers Fish And Mercurv T h nning ur n -o n t a i n Is: Do Not Overeat The following fish have a high level of mercu_ ry should not b e overeaten. Do not eat more than three 6-ounce servings per month of: Croaker, Halibut, Tuna (canned or fresh), Sea Troup, Bluefish or Lobster. 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Now its natural soothing properties are in a fast-act ing, great-tasting chewing gum While you should consult your doctor before try ing it, it has none of the side effects associated with anti nausea medication, such as drowsiness, disorientation and dry mouth, and it's easy to take anywhere. Ginger Gum is available in major drugstores. Malle Checkups Pan 11 Your Healthcare Plan The importance of amiual lining of the aorta (a large physical exams for African blood vessel in your chest American adults cannot be and abdomen), can develop stressed enough. Regular with age and become a life-exams can very often help threatening problem. uncover risk factors and Women should be checked problems before they"' basics as men, .. may also receive the foldiSease IS caught early, treatlowing specific exams during ment is usually much more a doctor's visit: effective. Ultimately, having A test for cervical cancer regular doctor's visits called a Pap smear help live_ a -x.ong and onetothreeyears. healthier, happier hfe. A clinical breast exam to For men, in addition to all h kin 'ght blood check for any unusu umps c ec gd Weih 'b presin your breasts. sure an ot er asics, your S t. t ( doctor's visit may specifical- tar .mg a age 40 or ly include: you?ger !f you have a strong Starting at age 40, a rectal family history for breast canexam to check for abnormalcer)! a breast cancer screen-ities in the prostate and a ing with a -mammogram prostate specific antigen every one to two years. (PSA) blood test to screen Starting at age 65, a referfor prostate cancer ral for a bone density test to Between the ages of 65 screen for osteoporosis, the and 75, if you have ever disease that causes brittle, smoked cigarettes, an fragile bones and tYPically abdominal exam to check for affects older women; women an in your with more than one risk fac-aorta. 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0 c; Music Fest N -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------pk. Tht' tt'mpt'raturt' in sunny St. readwd 94 hut thl' u. Funk Fest fans braved the heat. c a: u. c z <( 0 en w ::J 1-> a: w > w 0 w ::t: en ::::; m ::J D.. z tu _. _. ::J m I _. w z i= z w en ( a: 0 _. LL. First on stage was Tampa's own Shawn Brown and his band. Taking the audienL'L' to another knl was -Jomnmn." local radio station lit intrmlund the ladies of SWV. What a show! They went back to all of their old school jams. Next on stage was Bell Biv DeVoe, also kno\\'11 as New Edition without Bobbie Brown and Johnny Gill. The really nwkt>d the all till' back to "Candy Girl." The first to introduce rap, Doug E. Fresh, kept the beat through all the heat, with T\' jingles-Good Time and llcy, llcy. lt"s Fat Albert, and everyone knt'W the words. The crowd was given a little time to gear up for Babyface, with his slim, stylish look and the band in all black suits. Babyface brought the funk to the fest, singing most of his jams. His final song brought him down to sit on the edge of the stage. He leaped into the audience singing several of his ballads and holding some of the ladies' hands. The lastlady's hand he held was that of Tampa's own Tonya Lewis, Lawn Services Local PR person of the show, Keisha Pickett, says Vinoy Park.will never be the same after the performance by Frankie Beverly And Maze. He jlist took the groove and gave up the funk with his jams. This was truly an event in the Bay area. (Story and photos by Julia Jackson) ,, Jf'l ,; I B ell Biv Devoe members and SWA members pos e with local promoter, Keisha Pickett, center. Lawrence Hires and Tracy Hires at the concert. Known as America's first rapper, Doug E. Fresh performed for the crowd. Kenny "Babyface" Edmond serenading the ladi cert. Frankie Beverly And Maze really showed out. Ricky Bell of Bell Biv Devoe stood up to the crowd. Ronnie Devoe got right down to it! Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers

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..:.. cvs Manager Kills Shoplifter For Stealing cravons, Toothpaste CVS Store where death occurred. ... inset Anthony Kyser, victim. A Chicago man was killed Saturday after police say he tried to steal crayons and toothpaste at a CVS store, but was apprehended and choked to d eath by the store manager. Police have not released the name of the store manager but say the victim was 35-year-old Anthony Kyser, a barber affection ately known as "Pops." Witnesses said that after being caught with the items Kyser was held in a choke hold for several minutes and was yelling, I can't breath e I can't brea the! 45 minutes later he was declared dead at the city' s Mount Sinai Hospital. A medical examiner has since ruled his death a homicide, but Chicago police plan to treat his death as "accidental." The store manager has been put on administrative leave while police continue investigating. Father Charged With Fatallv Beating, Tonuring 5-Year-Oid Son LEON DENEAL BURNS Kills Son, LEON WALKER A Garv, Indiana man is facing charges after police say he bound, tortured and beat to death his Hard Money Purchases Down Payment Assistance ProOf Of Funds To Close - Rehab Money To Start 0" Rnish Flip PU"Chases & Sales lawsuits & Lottery Winnings s-year-old son as punishment for taking a roll out of the oven. Leon DeN eal Burns, 28, and his live-in girlfriend Roche II Johnson have been charged with eight felonies for the death of the child including murder and neglect. After his arrest Burns admitted his wrongdoing to police saying he probably "went too far." hty Quick Or Short Term lnvestl_!._lellts Advance Money For Funerals With Policy Couple Chain Disabled Child To Bed RENEE DENNIS And PAUL COLEMAN Renee Dennis and Paul Coleman of Chicago have been charged with child neglect after authorities foun-d -an 8 -year-old -gid wi'th cerebral palsy, the woman's niece, chained to a bed, and wearing a nylon dog harness around her neck like a collar The Park Forest Police Department was contacted by a Dennis' 6-year-old son, who dialed 911 after the children were allegedly l eft in the home by themselves. Upon entering the home, authorities found the frightened boy along with his cousin, Dennis' niece with her clothing soaked and cov ered in urine and feces. Dennis' live in boyfriend; Coleman is also under investigation for failure to register as a sexual predator. Twins suspended From School For Haircuts :1: ..A Th ese d ays, th e r e see m s to b e a crackdown on a n y typ e of activity as twin bo y s were suspended from school for a haircut. According to the school, the part etched in their heads was regarded as a gang sign and was a violation in the dress code. .e-In onkr to clear up the issue, it is now required that the boy-s cut all of their hair off. Man Killed After Fake Census Worker Invades Home A Texas man was killed Saturday after police say a group of men posed as cen sus workers before invading his home, beating, robbing and torturing him to death. Reginald Haynes of Houston was murdered after a man came to his home dressed in a sui't and tie claiming he was coming 'to collect his family's census form. His wife Katherine Haynes said that before her husband came home; her son opened the door to the man and was ambushed by him and two other assailants hiding in the hallway. She also says that she, her son and his girlfriend were beaten and tied up while their attackers demanded Professional Development Business Commooicalion Business Anance: Exam Prep for ClA*/ CMA8tcwetcs Skills for NOO--Nallve Speakers Foreign Interpretation and Trwlall REGINALD HAYES And His Wife, KATHERINE en m z :::! z m r-1 IIJ c: rrm :::! money from a safe until her z husband Reginald came "'0 home. ffi Police report that when C Reginald arrived he was en beaten, stabbed and tortured ffi for two hours; having his C head dunked in a bathtub. He later died at a hospital m from his injuries. .Computer Training Oeslop PubiiiNhg &Graphics Microsoft Office 1 Applicallons & Developmd. I c: m en 0 )> z 0 "T1 0 GemOlogy -Online TraiRIPI .......... JWt .. JIJ; Personal Flness liUIIilg, Nutrllon, and Hum_an Resoorce Managemd f Professiooalf'Senior Piofesslonll in Hllll8ll_ RljSOUfces Managemert & Leadership Mar1altinO & Public Relations Meeting & Evert Plaminq Nonprofit Maryagemenl Projecl Management Test Preparatlen SAT. GRE, GMAT. -LSAT, TOEA.. VIdeo Game Desql Web Oalabise Otteloper, Webmaster, and more! For details or to request the USF Continuing Education Summer 2010 Bulletin call 813-974-2403 (toll-free in Florida 168-541-71U) option 1 or visit -.eonted.lllf.edU/ad5 USf Is an Equal Access lnstllfim. Ad2131

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0 N 'P"'" National Teacher Appreciation Month The month of May is National Teacher Appreciation Month. Remember to show your appreciation! About Face Students Honored On April 22, 2010, middle and high school students were honored at the Polk County School District's About Face Awards ceremony. The students were for making posiC tive improvements in areas ii: that include grade point I.L average, attendance, dispoC sition and attitude toward school or themselves. Individual schools or sites c nominated students for an f3 About Face Award. The :J Nora Mayo Hall in Winter was the host-site of cc this memorable occasion. The ceremony was attendw ed by the About Face bonorees, their families and :I: friends, mentors, Polk County Schools District staff and administrators, Polk it County School board memZ hers and the general public. i= About Face honorees were: Auburndale High: -' Luis Feliciano, Berkley ffi Middle: Alexea Galvagni, ..!. East Area Adult School: Adam Whitfield, i= Stambaugh Middle: Jorge ffi Vargas, Bartow High: 0 Lynette Parmer, Bartow C Middle: LeRoy Edwards, Compass Middle: Kavontis 0 Moore, Gause Academy: Sylanie Luna, Polk Life And Learning Center: Bryant Wilson, Summerlin Academy: Charlie Wills, Union Academy: Kayla Dunn,. and Youth Villa: Haley Hairston. Other honorees included: Davenport School Of The Arts: Brittany Stewart, Ridge Community High: Ramon Ortiz, Jr., Dundee Ridge Middle: John Tillsley, Lake Region High: Jimmy Vickers, Fort Meade Middle: Taylor Mullins, Fort Meade Senior: Jose Briseno, Frostproof Senior: Dustin Ellis, Boone Middle: Kiara WJ.Ison, Haines City High: m Washington Robinson, Discovery Academy: Neil Sicilia, Karen M Siegel CJ Academy: Davila Cuebas, Lake Alfred Addair Middle: Isreal Summerall, Lake Wales High: Deandre Jones, and McLaughlin Middle And Fine Arts Academy: Austin Benton. Also recognized were: Bill Duncan Opportunity Center: Ashaun Wright, Blake Academy: Akelia Thomas, Crystal Lake Middle: Tieshawn Edwards, Doris Sanders Learning Center: Joseph Johnson, Dwight Smith Center: Kendrick Perkins and Tiffany Rose, George Jenkins High: Curtis Bechard, Kathleen High: Ashley Negron, Kathleen Middle: Benjamin Vano, Lake Gibson High: Andarius Bowden, Lake Gibson Middle: Alec Fuller, Lakeland High: Sierra Swords, Lakeland Highlands Middle: Orlando Ramos, Lawton Chiles Middle Academy: Ja'leel Osbey, McKeel Academy High: Quintin Smith, McKeel Academy Middle: Timothy Basel, Polk State College High: Lashanta Heaven, Rochelle School of the Arts: Aleyah Watkins, Sleepy Hill Middle: Ja'Von Harrison, South McKeel Academy Middle: Ashley Ramirez, Southwest Middle: Aaron Young, Tenoroc High: Melissa Crosby, Traviss Career Center: Cory McBride, West Area Adult School: Ashley Ball, Mulberry High: Frank Olinger, Mulberry Middle: Ralesha Elbert, New Horizons: Michael Thompson, Chain of Lakes High: Emmanuel Stewart, Denison Middle: Damien. Hoop, Jewett Middle Academy: Rhea Wilkins, Ridge Career Center: Amanda Hill, and Winter Haven High: Clerichena Clerjuste. Congratulations Employee of the Month The Lakeland Housing Authority's (LHA) Employee of the Month Spotlight for March 2010 shone upon Laila Darby, Occupancy Manager in LHA's Section 8 department. Over the past several months, this department has experienced an increase in clients due to the reloca tion of families from several LHA communities and the openin g of a new LHA c om muni ty, Th e Manor at W e st Bartow Laila seems to take it all in stride, as she keeps her staff motivated and moving forward. And she manages to continue smiling through it all. Congratulations, Laila Darby! Breakfast on IACA Come to be impressed! Chef Larry Clark, Culinary Director and the students of the Luster-All Culinary Academy (LAC ) cordially invite you to enj y a delicious breakfast on Friday, May 21, 2010 It all begins at 8:ooa.m. For further information and/ or to RSVP call (863) 533-2359. Birthday Greetings Shaw-Ntif Talk extends wishes for a Happy Birthday to Bruce Gordon, of Rochester, New York, who will celebrate his natal day on May 18th, and to Sharon WigginsColeman of Auburndale Florida and Steve McKinzy of F .t. Meade, who will celebrate their natal days on May 22nd. May God continue to bless each of you many more birthdays! Happy Anniversary Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a Happy Anniversary to Reverend Van Green and his wife, Sheila, (May 16th), Elder Shelton Faison and his wife, Katrena (May 20th); and Ronis and Ashli Mathurin (May 20th), as they celebrate another year of Holy Matrimony. May God continue to bless and keep each of these unions with many, many more years of joy! sliwtv.JNuf and Shatn f Lakelrui"(( be g faithful readers of ShawNuf Talk and The Florida Sentinel Bulletin. Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share excit ing news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, graduations, birthdays, 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. BAMS Kids College Spring Break Contest Winners Celebrate Congratulations to the thirteen Polk County middle chool students who won the "Kids College Spring Break Contest"! These students earned the most points during the Berkley Accelerated Middle School Kids College Spring Break Contest. The prize was lunch with the Principal (Jill Bolender) at Olive in Lakeland. The students are: Chase Hovious, Megan Meredith, Troy Caraway, Aaron Williams, Sierra Rowland, Hannah Caleb Wingo, Jacob Spivey, Michael R. Shaw, II, Lms Moreno, Eric Jones, Yan Perez and Haley Rowland. Great job students! Inc. Of lakeland Host100 Ambassadors Breakfast LA_KELAND --Girls Inc., of Lakeland, Kay Fields, and President/CEO, recently hosted its Fourth Annual 100 Ambassadors Breakfast. Numerous Ambassadors and agency supporters attended and enjoyed a delicious 'no-cost' hot break fast which was prepared and served by the Girls Inc., staff. If you are interested in becoming a Girls Inc., of Lakeland Ambassador, contact Mrs. Fie!ds at (863) 682-3002, Ext. 222 (Photos by Shaw-Nuj) Brenda Lewis is shown with Kay Fields; Gtrls Inc. of Lakeland President/ CEO. Girls of Lakeland supporter, Bernice Cooper-Laidler, is shown with Pamela Jones and guest.

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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 JUNE 2, 2010 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-Q202-0-2010/CK 44' ROLL OFF TRAILER 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 Counc i l 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 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 11,2010-2:00 P.M. ITB-S-0141-Q-2010/EM UNDERWRITING 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 Counci l Bid Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportun i ty 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 Department o( Procurement Services, 601 E. Blvd 18th Fl., Couf.lty l Center Tampa-Florida ; 33002 ,..(813)-2-72-5799;-during business hours. Work From Home Easy Work-Great Pay For Details Send $5.00 & Self Addressed Stamped Envelope To: Brenda James P.O. Box 292295 Tampa, FL 33687 End Zone Barber & Unisex Shop Is Looking For Licensed Hair Stylist With Clientele Brayon Jones (Owner) Call (813) 523-2660 (813) 654-3080 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 2, 2010 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0203-0-2010/CK PUBLIC MEETING/HEARING SIGNS AND DECALS 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 Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: SS-P-0164-Q-201 0/RM PURCHASE OF SIRSIDYNIXIHORIZON ANNUAL MAINTENANCE FOR INTEGRATED LIBRARY SYSTEM For the Library Services Department Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase agreement for the purchase of SirsiDynix/Horizon Annual Maintenance to Sirsi Corporation in the amount of $111,144.80. This procurement is considered a sole source for the integrated library system software that allows the total management of Library Services technical and public services that include procurement of library material, cataloging, maintenance of borrowers database and material holdings, recording the availability of materials, and who has what on loan. Contractors who believe they can meet or exceed the above stated requirement must provide convincing technical data sufficient to support their position. The Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business ori May 21, 201 0. After this date, an award will be made. Responses to this notice will be used to determine whether bona fide competition exists Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. 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NOTICEOFAPPUCAnoH NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 0 FOR TAX DE a: LL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that NonCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC n770 the holder ol the fol lowing c erllficate has filed said cerllficate tor a tax deed to be cssued thereon The cer!Jfocate number and year ol ISSUilllCB. the descnpuon of the property and the names 1n whteh it was assessed are as follows : c a: LL c z < c (/) w ::l ... w > w c w ::1: (/) :::i m ::l Q. z ..J ..J ::l m ..J w z i= z w (/) C a: 0 ..J LL TARPON IV LLC tZnO the ho4der ol the lob11ng w rllficate has tiled said cerllficate lor a tax deed to be ISSUed thereon The certJfocate number and year of tSSUanCe. the descnpuon of the property and the names 1 n whteh rt was assessed are as follows Fol1o No 043707 0000 Certrt ic ate No 134805-07 File No 2011>-413 Y e ar o f I ss uanc e 2007 Description of Property: PALM RIVER SUBDIVISION W t t 7 FT OF LOT 1 BLOCK 5 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 05170 SEC TWPRGE 2 2 99 S UBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) i n wh ich assessed : FRANK ZDOBINSKY Said pr operty bei ng i n the County ol Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certnicate shall be redeemed accord in g to law the property described in such certnicate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audhor i um. 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East 1Wiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the l.01Il day of Jyne 2010, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to vemy sale location). Dated this 2alli day of APril 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Cln:ult Court Hillsborough County, F!orlde By: LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerk you are a person with a d!Nbl!lty who l"'teCt. any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistence. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Fiorlde, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) days prior to the dele the service is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Foho No.: 046325 0000 Cenrtteate No .. 135143-07 File N o.: 2011>-414 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: SOU TH TAMPA SUBDIVISION S100FTOF N1005FTOFW 250 FT OF NW 10 LESS R/IN PLAT BOOK/P A G E : 06103 SECTWP RGE : 27 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s ) in which assessed : K A I PROPERTIES Sa i d property being i n the County of H illsbo rough State of Flor ida Unless such certifteate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certifocate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audhorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the l.01Il day of June 2010 at 10 AM (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 2alli day of AprJI 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Cln:ult Court Hillsborough County, Florlde By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk H 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. 1 00 extension 4205, two (2) days prior to the dele 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 following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. MAY 28,2010-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-()()67-0-2010/CK SODIUM CHLORIDE (SALT) **** Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsbcroughcounty org/procurementservices. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full oppor tunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to dis crimination on the basis of race sex, color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commiss i oners, Department of Procurement Services 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Aorida, 33602 (813) 272-5790, during regular m business hours. cD .... w II View Our Website 0 www.flsentinel.com II NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE I S HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC n770 the holder ol the loUowtng certJficate has filed saJd certJficate tor a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The certJficate number and year ol Issuance tha descnpuon ol the property and lhe names 1n whteh It was assessed are as lollows : F oho No.: 045557 3024 Cen1ficate N o : 135052.{)7 File N o.: 201G-418HX Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: CLAIR MEL CITY SECTION A UNIT4 LOT 12 BLOCK 63 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 4511 5 SEC TWPRGE : 2 6 2 9 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) in which assessed : PHILIP DEROSIERS Said property being i n 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 l.01Il day of Jyne 2010 al10;00 A,M, (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to vemy sale location) Dated this 2alli day of April 201 o PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Cln:ult Court HlllsboroU{!h County, Florlde By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk H 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. INVITATION TO BID Competitive sealed bids will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District Brooksville Florida, and publicly opened at the specified time fot : RFB 1012-SURFICIAL WELL CONSTRUCTION OPENS ..:. MAY 28, 2010 @2:30P.M. Bid Specifications may be obtained from the District's Internet website at http :/ /www watermatters org/procuremerrt or from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Florida Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604 6899, or by calling 352-796-7211, ex1ension 4133, or 1-800-423 1476 (Florida only) or TOO ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Aorida). The D i strict reserves the right to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause Malcolm K.. Wilson CPPO,MPA Purchasing Manager NOTICE OF APPUCATlON FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC 12770 the holder ol the following certifica t e has tiled said certllicate tor a tax deed to be Issued t h&mon The cenlftea t e number and year ol 1ssuanoe tho descnpllon ol t ha pmperty and t ha names In whteh I t was assessed are as lollows Fol1o N o 201178 1145 (See Folio No. : 140046 0014) Certi fteat e N o.: 150842.{)7 F1le No.: 2011>-416 Year o f Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: T ERRA CE COURT OFFICE PARK THAT P ART OF LOT 2 DESCRIBED AS COM AT SE CO R OF TERRACE CO URT OFF I CE PARK N 00 DEG 08 MIN 43 SEC E 75. 97 FT N B9 DEG 5 1 MIN 1 7 SEC W 63 6 7 FT FOR POB S 00 DEG DB MIN 43 SEC W 64 67 FT N B9 DEG 51 MIN 17 SEC W 36 67 FT N 00 DEG 08 MIN 43 SEC E 64 67 FT S 89 DEG 51 MIN 17 SEC E t3. 17 FT N 00 DEG 08 MIN 43 SEC E 3 83 FT S 89 DEG 51 MIN 17 SEC E 21. 67 FT S 00 DEG OB MIN 43 SEC W 3.83 FT S 89 DEG 51 MIN 17 SEC E 3 .83 FT TO POB PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 106/231 SEC TWP RGE : 158 19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : JHJR INVESTMENTS LLC Said property being In the County of Hillsborough, Stale 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 l.01Il day ol June 2010 at 10 :00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 00 ext. 4809 to verify sa le location) Dated this 2alli day of April 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Floride By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a parson 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 aaslstence. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Floride, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. Seeking CNA To Take Care Of Elderly Nights And Weekend Must Have A Car Home: (813) 417..()934 UCI6905841 For All Your Classified Advertising Needs Call LaVora @ (813) 248-1921 Fax; (813) Or Email: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOncE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC 12770 the holdilr ol the lollowlng certificAte has filed said certlllca t e lor a tax deed to be lssu&d themon Th6 certlllcaht numbftr 111><1 year o l lssuance th o description ol th e PfOPIIIty, nd tha Mmc)A In which I t was assessed lii'Q as !oflows: Folio N o.. 2042211. 0000 Cllrtlllca t e No.: 151078.{)7 Rio N o 201D-415 Yoar o l I ssuance : 2007 Description ol Property: THOMAS J S LO T B EG 109. 6 FT S 1 OF N E COR OF TRACT 7 AND RUN S t 25 4 FT N 65 DEG 0 7 MIN W t34. 7 FT. S 3 DEG t 4 MIN W t35. 9 FT N 58 DEG 4 6 MIN W 166FT N t 6 DEG 1 40 MIN E t72 FT AND S 89 DEG 30 MIN E 239 9 FT TO B EG LESS R/IN AND LESS THAT PART DES C AS FOLLOWS : COMM AT N E COR OF TRACT 7 RUN S 109 .60 FT THN N 89 DEG 30 MIN 00 SEC W 1 24 64 FT THN S 00 DEG 3 0 MIN 00 SEC W 7 83 FT TO POB THN S 01 DEG 52 MIN 23 SEC E 22 72 FT THN S 88 DEG 0 7 MIN 37 SEC W 3 FT THN S 01 D EG 52 MIN 23 SEC E 5.92 FT THN N 88 DEG 07 MIN 37 SEC E 3 FT TH N S 01 D EG 52 MIN 23 SEC E 21. 38 FT THN S 88 DEG 07 MIN 37 SEC W 31.09 FT THN N 01 DEG 52 MIN 23 SEC W 5 FT THN S 88 D EG 0 7 MIN 37 W 7 .90 FT THN S 01 D EG 52 MIN 23 SEC E 5 FT THN S 88 D EG 07 MIN 37 SEC W 25 .07 FT THN N 01 DEG 52 MIN 23 SEC W 60.02 FT THN N 88 DEG 07 MIN 37 SEC E 64 .06 FT TO POB PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 05170 SECTWP-RGE : 2219 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which aaaeased : HOWARD L ALBRITTON, TTEE Said p rope rty being In th e Coun ty of Hill sbo rough State ol F lorid a Unless such certificate s hall be redeemed according to law the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highe st bidder at the Jury Auditor iu m 2nd Floor, George E E
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I NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED HOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC 112n0 the holder of the folfowirlQ certificate has filed said certifocate tor a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year ol issuance the description of the property and the names i n which was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 043841 0000 Certificate No : 134836-07 Flle 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 88 DEG 48 MIN W 146 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 which assessed : ROMAN VEKSLER Said property being i n the County of H illsborough. State of Flor ida Unl ess such ce rtif icate shal l be r edee m ed according to law the property described in such cert ifica t e shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Court h ouse 600 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 1ll1b day of Jyne 2010 at 10 : 00 A .M. ( NOTICE : Please call (8 13 ) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verily sa le l ocation) Dated th is 23m day of Aoril 201 o PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk 1 H you are a penon with a disability who neect. any accommodation In order to partlclpaa In thla proceeding, yOU are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please cOntact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 1101 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) Cl8ys prior to the date the service Ia needed; H you are hearing or voice lrnpal.-.d, call 111. HOTlCE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HE REBY that TARPON IV LLC ll2nO the hokle< of the following certifiCate has filed said certificate tor a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certifiCate number and year ol ISSU8flC9 the description ol the property and the names in wh ic h rt was assessed are as tallows Fol i o No : 041948 0000 Certificate No. : 134616-07 File No.: 2010-420 Yea!_ o f lssua'le!: 2007 Description of Property: GRANT PARK ADDITION BLOCKS 36 45 LOT 23 BLOCK 44 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 07 / 55 SEC-TWP-RGE : 1 0-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) in which assessed : PONTILA ENTERPRISES LLC Sa i d property being in the C o unty of H ills borough State of Flor i da Unl ess suc h certifica t e shall be r e d ee med according to l a w the pr operty d esc rib e d I n such certificate shall be sol d to th e hi g h es t b idde r a t the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floo r George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tamp a FL 33602 on the 1ll1b day of Jyne 2010 at 10:00 A M (NOT ICE : Please call (8 1 3) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verily sal e l oca t ion) Dated this 23rd day of April 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D. MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability w _ho needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat 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) daya prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESJS FOB BIDSJ.tND/OR PROPOSALS--,UO'( < O:l n tc b slli;n
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC 12n0 the ho4der o f the tollowtno certificate has filed said certtficate lor a tax deed to be ISSUed thereon The certificate number and year ol issuance the description ol the ptOperty and the names i n whiCh was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 018107.0100 & 018104.0000 Certificate No.: 134320-07 File No.: 2010-429 Year ollssuance: 2007 Oncrlptlon of Property: NORTH TAMPA HEIGHTS NORTHERLY 50 FT OF NORTHERLY l'.z OF LOT 5 BLOCK 6 LESS WLY 410 FT AND LESS ELY 25 FT FOR ROAD RIW PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 03173 SECTWPRGE : 12-28-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : PHILLIP J PETRESKY TTEE Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the .lilltLday of June 2010, at 10:00 A M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 23m day of AQr!l2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Cln:ult Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRm Deputy Clerk If you are a penon with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate, In thla proceeding, you -.mltled, at no coat to you, to the provlalon of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kannedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. 2918 East 21st Avenue 3 Home $1 ,2(XMlQlMQJ.Jthly Deposit Negotiable Rooms For Rent Also Available Call (813) 495-9757 USFArea Spacious Townhouse 2 Bedrooms/1 .! Baths CHA, Utility/Laundry Room Private Patio Rent $750.00 Deposit $100.00 Section 8 OK (813) 968-1168 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC 12n0 the holder o f the following certificate has filed saod c erttlicate lor a tax deed to be ISSUed thereon The certificate number and year of i ssuance the description of the property and the names i n which rt was assessed are as Jollows : Folio No.: 043924 .0000 Certificate No.: 134845-07 F i le No. : 2010-430 Year of Issuance: 2007 Description of Property: E l'.z OF W l'.z OF SE '.4 OF NW '.4 OF SW '.4 LESS N 140FT SEC-TWP-RGE : 23-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : ROYAL PALMS DEVELOPMENT 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 bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 111th_day of June 2010 at 10:00 A,M, (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verily sale location) Dated this 23rd dav of ADd I 201 o 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 antltled, at no coat to you, to the provision of assistance. Plaase contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampe Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) days prior to the date the aarvlce Is needed; If you are hearing or voice lmpelred, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC 12n0 the h ak!e r of the following cert ifocate has f i led said cert i f ic ate lor a tax deed to be tssued thereon The certJficate number and year of issuance the descr i ption ot the property and the names in which rt was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 046398.0300 Certifocate No : File No.: 2010-431 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: SOUTH TAMPA SUBDIVISION W 196 .13FT OF E211.13FTOFS 208 .71 FT OF TRACT 8 IN SE 10 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 06103 SEC. TWP RGE : 27-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: FRANCES PHILLIPS Said property being in the County ol Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property descr i bed in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs St r eet Tampa FL 33602 on the 10th day of June 2010 at 10:00 A.M, (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verily sale location) Dated this 231:!1 day of April 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dlssblllty who needs any accommodation In order to pertlclpata In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Pluaa contact 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 lmpelred, call711. Toll Operations Manager This position will assist the Operations and Maintenance Director and other Senior Staff at the Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway Authority (THEA) with management of toll collection I and viotatian enforcement-system. : I and I organtuioNn -< r-0 (/) m z -4 z m r;IJI c: r r-gJ z "'0 c: IJI c (/) % m c m < m -4 c: m (/) c )> z c "" ::D ;..: J m .... cp m

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0 ..... 0 N ..... 0 a: u. 0 z <( 0 en w ::::) l-iZ: w > w 0 w ::z::: en :::::i m ::::) z NOTICE OF APPUCATlON FOR TAX DEED NO'ncE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV UC nT70 the hokler of the following certificate has filed said certificate tor a tax deed to be Issued thereon The cert i ficate number and year of Iss uance the de sc r iption of the property and the names in which rt was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 208179 0000 Certificate No.: File No.: 2010.329 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : PLANT CITY WARREN S SURVEY S I'> OF LOT 3 AND S 90 FT OF LOT 4 BU)CK 23 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : K/0315 SEC TWP RGE : 29 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in assessed : DES PROPER1 :ES LLC Seid property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certitlcate 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 Z11b day of May 2010 at 10:00 A .M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-81 00 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 11b day of MIY...2l!1ll PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By : TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk Wi= H you are a person with a disability ...J who needs any accommodation In ...J order to pertlclpate in this proceeding, ::::) you are entitled, at no coat to you, to m the provision of certain assistance. ...J w z i= z w en C a: 0 ...J u. m 0 Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed; H you are hearing or volcoa Impaired, cell711. Available Immediately 3 Bedroom/2 Bath House .: Central Air Ar)d Fenced Corner Lot Section 8 Welcomed (813) 900-3042 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath CHA, Fenced Yard, WDH $1,100.00/Monthly $1,000.00/Deposit Or Section 8 3 Bedroom Voucher Will Negotiate (813) 900-6926 !;= b hi-line tJ !it !ID!lbW tDi l!w .,._, fi...a.l Mil !Jail H121) hDile liliy t IQ\. m1ir da:Jhl all! Mil al 1M! ci mtxm ainRll hQ,y dl<; rJIISI I)IQ\. Mlilu iKMl.I'IIIIINii: il fi!lt 1'/ DD aid OICOaJ 1111 tJ tile 1M; lid ..... iltlprml Sdmy m19 is SJS.rm IJI!dr. AlhitDr !Jail #UI27) 2 po6n Dade Oty Caft11U! I posllon: IJIIqliad !ill :ba 7 !V1 0; 1 IIOiillon: IIIIi:. ipJai m:ba &'Ill Q llqlthlld: BOOielors ali11y 10 ..n me dallies 1111 w111 at IMII ci [.ollge &lany must heM gcnl flllil rii,Y rn! !IDl lkill wit! !liliKnv aimiD 00; m ust be IW>m regiJ111If( ocue HARTLine T8rmlnaf (University Area) -l.MngltDn Ave. HARTLine Terminal (East Lake Area) ;S81h Street 'Orient Jal, Orient Road Falkenburg Jal, 24 How Lu1dromat, MLKIFiortda VA Hoepilal, 58111 st113_ 1at hie: R1wr Pines Apts., 40ih Street Centro Place, 21st JNeJ15th St.. JL Yooog Apes., St. Epiphany Arms Apes. Hannal22nd Unlv., Conm. Hoep., 30ih/Fietcher St Joseph Hoap., MLKIHabana Tampa Gen Hoap by McDonald8 ..

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0 c; Honor Roll N ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------..... c a: LL. c z < c en LLJ ::> ..,_ > a: LLJ > LLJ Armwood High School ANTONIO McCULLOUGH, II HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS : Anton io McCullough and Sharonda Lindsey GRANDPARENTS: Ralph and Jan ice McCullough ; and Lee and Sylvia Lindsey HOBBIES: Reading, Music Football and Track CHURCH: College Hill Church Of God In Christ. Bible Truth Academy AARON GARFIELD BRADFORD c LLJ :t: en :J m ::> D.. z HONORS: Principal s Honor i= Roll and Citizenship. LLJ PARENTS: Mr and Mrs :::f Ronald (Pamela) Bradford. ::> GRANDPARENTS: Anna R. m I ..J LLJ z i= z LLJ en < c a: 0 ..J LL. Lindsey and Marvin and Telia Bradford HOBBIES: Singing Acting Running Track and Outdoor Fun CHURCH: Spir it of Truth Min istries ISAAC JOHN BRADFORD HONORS: Principal s Honor Roll and C i t i zenship. PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs Rona l d ( Pame l a ) Bradford GRANDPARENTS: Anna R Lindsey and Marvin and Telia Bradford () HOBBIES: Playing Gu i tar , R unning Track and O utdoor N LLJ Fun CHURCH: Sp irit o f Truth Mini stries Broward EJem School MAKAYLA BORDERS HONORS: H i gh Honor Roll Perfect Attendance and K ids For Character PARENTS: Tiffany Sess i on and Charles Borders Jr GRANDPARENTS: Charles and Veron ica Borders and Michael and D iane Young. HOBBIES: Dancing and Read ing. CHURCH: Greater MI. Moriah B P Church JAYLEN RODRIGUEZ HONORS: Principal s Honor Roll Perfect Attendance, and AR Reader PARENTS: Tiffani and Charles Borders, Jr. GRANDPARENTS: Charles and Veronica Borders and Paulette McMillan HOBBIES: Baseball and Dancing CHURCH: Greater Mt. Moriah B P. Church Burnett Middle School D' AJA DUFFEY HONOR: H i gh Honor Roll PARENTS: Davita and Robin G l enn II. GRANDPARENT: Patric i a C lark. HOBBIES: List e n ing to h er I POD Compu ter s and spend ing time with Family. CHURCH: O l d Landmar k Gospel. Cahoon Elem. Magnet School ,..--, SYMONE L. WARREN HONOR: H igh Honor Roll PARENTS : Sylvia and Donald Warren Sr GRANDPARENTS: Christine and Leroy Jacobs and Willie Warren Sr HOBBIES: Shopping Danc ing Texting and Talking on the Phone CHURCH: First Mt. Carmel AME Church. Clair-Mel Elem. School NYIHA WILLIAMS HONORS: High Honor Roll, Citizenship and Perfect Atten dance. PARENTS: Trinetta and George Williams. GRANDPARENTS: Hattie L. Shorter; the late Horsley Shorter, Sr.; Jerrylen Williams; and the late George Williams, Sr. HOBBIES: Cheerleading Reading and Dancing CHURCH: Friendship Mis sionary Baptist Church aeveland EJem. School ZEMIA G. GUTIERREZ HONORS : Pr i ncipal's Honor Roll and C i t ize nsh i p PARENTS: Tonya Buchanan and DeVont i Gutierre z GRANDPARENTS: Tony and Sally Buchanan Sherry Wa ters, and Armando Gutierrez. GREAT-GRANDPARENTS: Anoia Gutierrez; Ann Waters ; the late Willie Waters ; and Penelo Mitchell GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS: Ruth McNair ; the late Rev Joe McNair ; Eliza beth Davis ; and Doug Mitchell HOBBIES: Pottery, Playing Dress Up and Computers Collins Elem. School DREW JOHNSON HONOR: Principal s Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs Don nell Williams GRANDPARENTS: Mr and Mrs. Earlie Williams Jr HOBBIES: Praise Dance and Writing CHURCH: House of Praise Church Of God in Christ. Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www. flsentinel. com Now With On-line Adve And More! Deer Park EJem. chool HASANICHURCH HONORS : H onor Roll Perfect Att endance and Student o f the Month PARENTS: Mr Robbi e and Mrs Janie Church GRANDPARENTS: Mr and Mrs Alfred Church and M a Judy HOBBIES: Reading and Spending time with his older brother, Tank. CHURCH: M acDill Ch a p e l Gospel Service. Dunbar Elem. School TY'PRINCYA WHITE HONOR: Honor Roll PARENT: Deanna GRANDPARENT: Gail Little HOBBIES: Softball East Bay High School SARAH SHOWERS HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr and Mrs Regi nald (Lora) Showers GRANDPARENTS: M s Car olyn Gaines and Ms Joyce Conyer s HOBBIES: Track and Fie l d CHURCH: Fa it h Temple M B Church

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Honor Roll E di son EJem. School SORAYA ALEXANDER HONORS : H onor R oll and Citi zenship PARENTS : So r aya and Wilm e r Alex ande r Ill. GRANDPARENTS : D e bb i e and Wilm e r Alexander Jr., and the late Annie Mae and George Butler Sr HOBBIES : Com p uters S tep ping R eading R iding B ike and Scooter M usic Singi n g a n d W a t ching TV. Giunta Middle School SIOBHAN D. DYSON HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Ms. Dyani Dyson and Mr Earl Harris Ill. GRANDPARENTS: Carolyn Harris-Jackson ( Edward ) ; Mr and Mrs Albert Dyson (An gelina); and Mr and Mrs Earl Ha r r i s Jr., ( Sherma ) GREAT-GRANDMOTHER: Ms. E va Gom e s HOBBIES : K ic kball, Jump Rop e and a Pok er Game ; D rawing, and Read ing. CHURCH : New Hop e M B C h u rc h Bet he l AME Church, and R evealing T r u t h Min i s tri es local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 RAGINE SIN GLE TON HONOR : H igh Hon or Roll. PARENTS : Nata lie Hampton and Rante GRANDPARENT : Edna Lloyd HOBBIES: Church Socc e r Kick B a l l Vol leybal l and Pai nt ing. CHURCH : Star of Faith II Min istries Grady Elem. School AMAYAJAVEN W. McCASKILL HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS : Gary McCaskill and Priscilla Ward. GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Rosby McCaskill and Mr. Charles McCaskill Sr ; and Mr. Mitchinson Ward GREAT-GRANDMOTHER: Ms. Voncile Dry HOBBIES: Reading Writing Wii and Swimming CHURCH: St. John Progres sive M B Church Graham Elem. School JAMIA JACKSON HONOR : Honor R oll PARENTS : W e ndell Jackson a n d Melinda Watson. GRANDPARENTS : M illage a n d Mary F r ances Wat so n ; Robert Ca rsw e ll; and Pas to r W illi e a n d Marv a J a ckson HOBB IES: S k ating, Danc ing a n d Read ing CHURCH : Frie n d ly M. B Church Greco Middle School DONNEYSHA WILLIAMS HONOR: Pr i ncipal s Honor Roll. PARENTS : D onnell Williams and Stephanie S i n gletary GRANDPARENTS : M r and Mrs. Ear lie W illiams, J r HOBBIES: Pra ise Da nc e B asketball, and Track CHURCH: House o f Pra ise Church Of God In Chr ist. Hillsborough High School CYRIL B. ANDREWS, IV HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs C Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews Ill. GRANDPARENTS: Mrs Glo ria Andrews and the late Mr C Blythe Andrews Jr ; and Mr and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Hanging with friends running playing golf karate and playing video games CHURCH: Beulah Baptist In st i tut i onal Church Check Us Out On Facebook 1. LdJ & FoliO\'\. Us On T\vitter At www. twitter.com/ FLSENTINELB I ppolito EJem Sch ool ARLEN LARRY GYDEN HONORS : Prin c ip a l s Honor Roll Citiz e nship and Stud ent of the Month PARENTS : Marvin a Larry and A drian Gyden GRANDPARENTS: M r a n d Mrs M L a rry and M r and Mrs. H Gyden HOBBIES: Soccer B ase b all a n d G a m es CHURCH: C e ntr a l Tam pa B aptist C hur c h James Elem. School ALYSSA BROWN HONORS: Honor Roll and Cit izensh i p PARENTS: Ricardo and Shenequia Brown Sr and Dam ien and Tanya Smith GRANDPARENTS: Glor i a Ed wards and Elaine D i xon HOBBIES: Drawing Painting Reading and Cheerleading DONNIVIN SMITH HONOR : Hono r Roll. PARENT: Daniell e Co rbitt GRANDPARENT : Do nna Haugabr oo k HOBBIES: B aseba ll, Football V i deo Game s a n d Playing O ut s i de. CHURCH : 3MGM I I Subscribe Today KEVIS WARREN HONOR : H onor Roll. PAREN T S : Aish a W arren nd K e v i n H olton. GRANDPAR E NTS : Iris H o lton Brend a V i v erette and R ando lph W ar r e n HOBBIES : C o mput e r Games, So cce r Footb all, Pla y i n g Vide o Games, and T alki n g o n the Ph one Just Elem. School IMANI JOHNSON HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENT: Pri nc ess Whi te. GRANDPARENT : G ail Littl e HOBBIES: Softb all. XAVIER SIMONS HONOR : Pr inci pal' s Ho no r Roll PARENT : Cla r ice Sea l e y HOBBIES : B ase b all. CHURCH: F irst B a p tist Church of W est Tamp a (/The Voice of Our Communi ty S peakin g for It self" (813 ) 248-1921 'TI I 0 :n 0 )> CJ) m 3 z m I I OJ c I I z "'0 c OJ c CJ) :I: m 0 m < m :n -< -t c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 'TI :n 0 C> m w I (')

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0 Honor Roll ,.... Just Elem. loc khart Elem. Horace M ann Middl e S c hool HOBBIES: Reading Singing Shopping Dancing Usher at Church and Help ing Mommy at home Paln1 Riv r El n1. hool :E chool c a: u. c z <( c en w ::l 1-> a: w > w c w J: en :::; m ::l Q, z ..J ..J ;:) m ..:. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL ZACKERY SIMONS HONOR: Pri nc i pal' s Honor Roll. PARENT : C l arice Sea ley. HOBBIES : Bas k etball CHURCH : Fi rst Bapt i st Church of West Tampa Kenly Elem. School ALEXIS WHEATLEY HONORS: Principal s Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Miranda and An thony Wheatley GRANDPARENTS: Margaret Butler and the late William J Butler S r., ofTampa; Jackie Bowman Sandra McCaskill and the late Andrew Mc Caskill of Pittsburgh PA. HOBBIES: Cheerleading Dancing --Ballet Tap, Hip Hop Modeling and Singing CHURCH: First Union Mis sionary Bapt i st Church. Kimbell Elem. School ...4 DESTINEE COOPER HONORS : H i gh Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Bud and Tre lli s Coope r GRANDPARENT : M arie U Ha y es HOBBIES: S k a t ing. CHURCH : New Mt. Zio n M B Chu r c h S chool KOURTNEY HARRIS HONORS : Pr i nc i pal s Honor Roll and Student of the Month PARENTS : Lavar i Presley Leon Chandler and Corey Harr i s GRANDPARENTS: Lynda Tommy Lee, Jan ice, Ms. Fran c ise, and Judy HOBBIES: Reading CHURCH: New Smyrna Lomax Elem. School BRINDON WILLIAMS HONORS: High Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Meriame and Billy J Williams GRANDPARENTS: Vaughn and Johnnie Mae Monroe GREAT-GRANDMOTHER: Edna Smith HOBBIES: Play ing Video Games and Riding Bicycle CHURCH: Revealing Truth Ministr ies. Mclane Middle School DE ASIA WILLIAMS HONOR: H i gh Honor Roll. PARENT: Derrika Presley. GRANDPARENTS: The l ate Lau r a P r es l e y Robert a n d L ul a P hilon. HOBBIES: Read ing. CHURCH: New Smyrna ANTHONY WHEATLEY HONORS : Honor Roll C i tizen ship and Perfect Attendance PARENTS : M i randa and An thony Wheatley GRANDPARENTS: Margaret Butler and the late Will iam J Butler Jr of Tampa ; Jackie Bowman Sandra McCaskill and the late Andrew Mc Cas kill of P ittsburgh PA. HOBBIES : Basketball Foot ball and E l ectr onic s V ideo Games etc CHURCH : First Union Mis sionary Baptist Church Mendenhall Elem. School MNEMOSVNE HICKS HONOR: High Hono r Roll. PARENT: Zezony Hicks GRANDPARENT: Angela Hicks-McMurray CHURCH : B i ble-Based Fel lowship of Temple Terrace Mintz Elem. School DAMANI A. RUSS HONORS : Honor Roll C i t i zenship Student of the Month and Perfect Attendance. PARENT: Eunice Russ GRANDPARENTS: Theresa Farquha r son and Garfie l d Farquha r so n GODPARENTS: She il a Bryan 1 and Carl Bryant. CHURCH: St. John Progres s1ve Missionary Baptist Church Oak Park Elen1. S chool TaSHANTY R. OWENS HONORS : Principal s Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENT: Tanya Facion GRANDPARENTS: Lonita and Melvin Brown HOBBIES : Skating Riding Spree Shopping R e ading and Spelling. ZAHRIA PETERSON HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENT: Ebony Pringle GRANDPARENTS: Carol Pringle and Rosie Peterson. GREAT-GRANDPARENTS: Zepherine and Marin Pringle ; and Barbara and Willie Reese. HOBBIES: Writing, Singing and Cheerleading. CHURCH: First Baptist Church of College Hill. Orange Grove Middle Magnet School ALLEN McKINNON HONOR : High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Allen McKinnon and Tracey Council. GRANDPARENTS: Jeannette Lawrence and Yvonne Wright. HOBBIES: Playing Guitar Hero Dancing and Skating _..4 ANTONIO A. NELSON HONORS : H o n o r R oll, Cit i ze n s hip P erfec t Att enda n ce,' and Stud e nt o f the M o nth PARENT : E r ic q Farquh a rson GRANDPARENTS : Theresa Farquharson and G arfield Far quharson HOBBIES : Rea ding T a lk ing, and Singing in the Childr e n's Choir CHURCH : St. John Progr es s iv e Mission a ry Ba pti s t Church Plant High School ZACHARY Q. LASTER HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll. PARENTS: Philip and Davina Laster GRANDPARENTS: Gwen Laster Willie Pittman, and Lina Tillman HOBBIES: Martial Arts, Videos, Computer Games, Basketball and Playing Key board. CHURCH: Nassau Street Church ot ,GhrtsJ.

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Honor Roll Potter EJem. S c hool CHEYANNE S. HOLBROOKS HONORS : High Honor Roll Potter's Eagle of Character Award ; Perseverance Award ; and Citizenship Award. PARENTS : Charlie Lawrence and Angelo Holbrooks GRANDPARENTS : Chere dean Baker ( Ernest Brown) and Charles Lawrence HOBBIES: Basketball and Reading CHURCH: Holy Tabernacle Lighthouse of God Progress Village Middle School CHARLES T. BELLAMY, JR. HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Rhonda S and Charles Bellamy Sr. GRANDPARENTS: Sims Jenkins Lovett Bellamy and Bastian Families HOBBIES: Basketball and Draw ing. CHURCH: New Bethel PMB Church Robles Elem. School TEESANDRA GLOVER HONOR : Honor Roll. PARENTS: Sand r a State n and Martell i s G l over GRANDPARENT : Dorothy Jean S in g l eton HOBBIES : Read i ng Music and Pl aying. Roland Park K-8 ERIC LITTLEJOHN, Ill HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll PARENTS: Eric and Janelle HOBBIES: Reading, writing and playing video games CHURCH: Revealing Truth Ministries Seminole Elem. School JORDYN COSBY HONORS: High Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Rawn Sr. and Shantel Cosby GRANDPARENTS: Ms. Eu nise Dessesseau and Mr. An thony White HOBBIES: Helping Her Mom Cook Family Night with Par ents and younger sister, Jas myn, Bowling and Reading. CHURCH: Greater Mt. Moriah B. P Church Sheehy Elem. School ADAM ANDREWS HONOR: Principal s Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr and Mrs. C Blythe ( Sy lvia) Andrews Ill. GRANDPARENTS : Mrs Glo r i a Andrews and the l ate Mr C B l ythe Andrews Jr ; and Mr. and Mrs Peterk i n ( Jeanette ) Ber ry HOBBIES: Pl ay i ng Basket ball. Video Games and Go lf CHURCH: Beu lah Bap tist In st ituti ona l Church HERMIONE ANDREWS HONOR: Principal s Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr and Mrs. C Blythe ( Sylvia) Andrews Ill. GRANDPARENTS : Mrs Glo ria Andrews and the late Mr. C Blythe Andrews Jr ; and Mr and Mrs Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Playing with her dolls and watching TV. CHURCH: Beulah Baptist I n stitutional Church WILLIAM ANDREWS, IV HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews Ill. GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Glo ria Andrews and the late Mr. C Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Writing, Watching TV, Basketball Tackle, and Computer Games. CHURCH: Beulah Baptist In stitutional Church. WILLIAM RENARD BELL HONORS: Honor Roll and C it i ze nshi p PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs Willie (Barbara) Bell, Jr GRANDPARENTS: Beverly Footman and Josie Bell. HOBBIES: Reading Traveling and Play ing Video Games. CHURCH: New Mt. Z ion M B Church TERENCE HOLLINGER JR. HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll Citizenship and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Willette and Ter ence Hollinger Sr GRANDPARENTS : Jackie Jones and Alm a H ollinger HOBBIES: Soccer Baseball Basketball and Football CHURCH : Bible-Based Fel lowship o f Temple Terrace LeANDRINIQUE PONDER HONORS: Honor Roll Citi zenship, and Student of the Month GODPARENT: Sonia Tolbert GRANDPARENTS: Lue Pon der and Rosie Tolbert and FOP. HOBBIES: Reading, Writing and Playing with his cousin Nevaeh CHURCH: Bible-Based Fel lowship of Temple Terrace. TAAJ M. PRINGLE HONOR: Pr incipal s Honor Roll. PARENTS: S icily Sanders and Demond Pringle GRANDPARENTS: Robert and Shi rley Sanders HOBBIES: Football Baseball and Video Games CHURCH : New Greater Fri endsh i p M B Church ((The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" I ARYANA THOMAS HONORS : Honor Roll and Cit ize nship PARENTS : Rodney and Amanda Thoma s GRANDPARENTS : Barbara and William Grayson Claudette H arrison Marshall Hairston Walter Thomas, and Robert and Gloria Harrison HOBBIES: Dancing Singing and Gymnastics RODERICK THOMAS 11 :D 0 )> ?: )> -< ...... 1\.) 0 ...... 0 ., r 0 ::D 0 )> CJ) m z ::j z m r I m c r r m ::j z "'0 c m r HONORS: High Honor Roll CJ> and Citizenship ::z; PARENTS: Rodney and m Amanda Thomas 0 GRANDPARENTS: Barbara and William Grayson, m Claudette Harrison, Marshall Hairston, Walter Thomas and -t Robert and Gloria Harrison. HOBBIES: Writing, Drawing, CJ> and Video Games. 0 CHRISTIE D. WALLACE HONORS: H igh Honor Roll K i ds for Chara cter and C iti zenship PARENTS: Don S. Perdue Sr., and Linda Perdue GRANDPARENTS: Crosbely Hill and George Ann Gordon. HOBBIES: Dancing and Cheerleading CHURCH: Cathedral of Faith. )> z 0 ., ::!! 0 C> m C11 I (')

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0 .,... 0 N .,... > <{ 0 a: u.. 0 a: LL 0 z <{ 0 en w :::::> 1-').! a: w Honor Roll Phillip Shore Elem. School r: CEDRICA JACKSON HONORS : Honor Roll and Cit izenship PARENT: Cedric Jackson GRANDPARENTS : Joseph and Renita W illiams and Robert Troupe. HOBBIES: Computer Class Writing and Singing CHURCH: Bible Study a t Home >' wra.._ 0 w :I: en ::::i m :::::> Q. z t= w ..1 ..1 :::::> m I ..1 w z t= z w en <{ 0 a: 0 ..1 LL u AHMARI NEAL HONOR: H igh Honor Roll. PARENTS: O tis Neal and D emetrie {Ronarda) McCray GRANDPARENTS: Kathy Miller,' Andrea Anderson Alvin Miller Sarah Larry and Murvine Pringley HOBBIES: Reading CHURCH: New St. Matthew Missionary Bapt ist Church. Tampa Bay Tech. High School TARIA NICOLE CHILDS HONOR: H igh Honor Roll PARENTS: Anto in ette and Reginald GRANDPARENTS: Edna and Samue l Childs HOBBIES: Volleyball and S hopp ing. CHURCH: The Cross i ng { B r andon ) PRESTON L LAWRENCE 2ND HONOR : H igh Honor Roll PARENT : Ms. Tanya Brooks GRANDPARENTS: Mrs Ren ner Haynes the late Annie Vickers Dorthy Hayes and Mr John W. Broo k s Sr. HOBBIES: School Play Sta tion II, Basketball, Music Volunteering with Helping Hand Caregivers Inc and helping S enior Cit izens. CHURCH: Saint Luke AME Church Temple Terrace Elem. School F TAMIANUNN HONOR: Principal s Honor Roll. PARENTS: Demadra and Darryl. GRANDPARENTS: Shirley Bennie lola John Barbara Rudy Polly and Charles HOBBIES: Gymnastics and S inging. CHURCH: Riverhills Church of God Tinker Elem School -4 JORDAN PETTIGREW HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Keith and Dot Pet t i grew. GRANDPARENTS: Ms. I rene Petti g r e w and Mr and Mr s Q uatt l e b aum. HOBBIES: D r a win g CHURCH : M acD ill C h a p el. Van Buren Middle School KENYA BUIE HONOR: Principal s Honor Roll PARENTS: R enita Buie and Thomas Buie GRANDPARENTS: Proud Willie Mae Glover. FAMILY: Br other Kendrick Buie ; uncles Awesome and Fudge HOBB!ES: Talking on the Phone and Texting CHURCH: Hood Temple Walton Academy ZYAYOUNG HONORS: Honor Roll and PertectAttendance . PARENTS: Kenneth Young and Pavielle Peterson GRANDPARENTS: Kenneth and Elonda Young HOBBIES: Skating and Danc ing Washington Elem. School JAMES E. BOLTON Ill HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENT: James E Bolton Jr. and Family HOBBIES: Football and Math CHURCH: N e w Bethe l PMB C hurch KAYLA NELSON HONORS: Honor Roll and Cit izens hip. PARENTS: Katr ena Mitch ell and Ronald Nelson GRANDPARENTS: Cookie, Mrs And Mr Howard and Willie Mitchell FAMILY: Black Boy, Pooh Pooh Stank Roach and Tay. KEVONTAY WHITE HONOR: Honor Roll PARENT: Katrena Mitchell GRANDPARENTS: Cookie Mr s And M r Howard and Willie Mitchell FAMILY: Prince Jr., Kayla Stank Roach and Tay. HOBBIES: Football Playing the Wii and Reading D. W. Waters Career School BRIANA L GAINES HONOR : Honor Roll. PARENTS: Marcellas and O lli e Ga ines HOBBIES : Reading and Soft ball CHURCH: Revealing Truth Ministries William 1.8. Middle hoot I AYLA ANDREWS HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr and Mr s C Blythe {Sylvia) Andr ews Ill. GRANDPARENTS: Mrs Glo ria Andrews and the l a t e Mr C Blythe Andr e w s Jr.; and Mr and Mrs Peterkin {Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES : Kar a te, Swim ming Hanging Out W ith Friends W a t ching T V and Computer Games CHURCH: Beulah Bapti s t In stitu tion a l Church DEVANTREZ B. HILL HONORS: High Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Don S. Perdue Sr and Linda Hill Perdue GRANDPARENTS : George Ann Gordon and Crosbely B Hill. HOBBIES : Football and Bas ketball. CHURCH : Cathedral of Faith

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Honor Roll Belle Witter Elem. School TERRELL MORRIS HONORS: Honor Roll and Citi zenship PARENTS: Renita Battle and Terry Morris. GRANDPARENTS: Linda Hodges and Josephine Morris. HOBBIES : Reading and Play ing Football. \'oung Middle Magnet School DESARAI JACARA DECOSTA HONORS : H igh Honor Roll and C i tizenship PARENTS: Darren De Costa and Wanda De Costa GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Tommy Lee Miller and Mrs. Theresa Powell. HOBBIES : Reading Writing Skating Shopping and Spend ing time with her dog Brisco. CHURCH: Mount Tabor Mis s i onary Bapt i st Church SIERRA R. JAMES HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Theron and An nette James. GRANDPARENTS: James and Eartha Daniels HOBBIES: Dancing S inging, and Playing Golf. CHURCH: New Mt. Zion M. B Church. SchooiNews The Diamond Oust turt in Orlando. Florida. The l'tlntal'! the at 3: deadline to turn in fur B N 'Asia Taylor \\'ow. wha t a tim e' 8th Grade Grad :\ite was a grea t w;l\ t o celebrat e th e end of middl e sc h ool. Th e Dia monds joined other 8th graders throug hout llill s h o r o u g h Countv and e n joye d th e rid es. food. and en t e rtainm e nt o f Busc h Garde n s a t th e Annual 8 th Gr ad e Grad Nite. 'T'he e v e nt s w e r e awesom e and if a n y of yo u 8th graders missed it.. well, let' s just say, yo u missed it! Mt. Pleasant will host a Par-Celebration e nt Sdwol lmpro Yl'ment \\.orbho p o n Saturda, \Ia \ !:). b eginning at t o a m. Tht goa I of th e worblw p t u gather t o tmpron partntal im o h e m l nt. academi c achil'\ 'l'lllt nt. and communica ti on bl'lwe e n par e nt s and the s chool. Refresh m en t s will b e sened. For more informatio n please contact the sc hool. Mt. Pleasant' s annual end of the year field trip will be to tlw field trip !wen l'\-\lt. S. II. \liddk lt'ndtd tu Friday. l\luy :! t. Sdllllll c utTt llth ; t cnpting 2010. nlll l ; tt't cnrollmtnt ftlr l\ls. (HtJ-:.!:):)-oo:;:)) at l1th th and Hth 0 tlw t u ll';mt tlw ftlr t;tll tht ;tt with ; did annu;tl oo:;:l fur lllllrt infurmatiun or Span is limited. our web 1\'1\'\\', lllll -!\lt :'\liddll' m iddksrhool.rwl. to duwnload will h e earl\ an applitat inn form Wl an o n \Vcdnesday. May 19. not a pri, all' sdwnl. not a 2010. The di s mi ss al time is dnrrrh school. and n o t an al -12:30 p.m. ternatiYc school. We arc a tra If yo u hav e a c hild in the 6th ditional publi c s c hool. or 7th grade who will not b e r e -Tuition is free! turning to Mt. Pleasant for the Go Diamonds! School Transportation Barbecue Celebration The Hillsborough County Public Schoo l Transportation Area 1 held a barbecue celebration recently a t the School Transportation Division. (Photography by BRUNSON) 6 :0 6 ,.. t/) m z m r;m c r Julie Berry and Johnnie Monroe. School Transportation drivers and other personnel include: Tamara Hightower, Dominica Dix r Karla Atkins, Melonese King, Shayla McFadden, Felicia Pittman, Dacquiri Crawford, Jamarc u g) Hamilton and Shirley Taylor. z Shirley Chatham and Johnnie Mae Monroe enjoyed the fun and games at the cookout. Lenita Ward. Myoshia Houston attended the barbecue. Sam and Dominica. From left, Pat Scott, Jerry Simmons, Sbayla McFadden, Jimmie Eason, Edith Creary, Annette McLeod, Velma Williams and Charlene lvey, seated. Debra Mitchell, Desiree Almond and Jan Griffin enjoying the barbecue goodies during a Good Friday celebration. School Board members Carol Kurdell and Doretba Edgecomb (Vice Chairman) joined Julia Saltzgaver, Pam ColeJQaD and Laura Hill for the Public School Transportation Area 1 Good Friday Barbecue Celebration. ., c m c t/) :z:: m 0 m c! m t/) 0 ,.. z 0 :!! 0

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c a: LL. c z < c en w ::> > a: w > w c w :I: en :J m ::> a. z i= w _, _, ::> m I _, w z i= z w en < c a: 0 _, LL. () I co w (!) Pete visits his neighborhood Family Support and Resource Center (FSRC) to catch up on his computer skills; while grandson Marlen learns, plays and builds friendsh i ps With other children. Funded in part by the Ch i ldren's Board of H i llsborough County, FSRCs are wa r m inviting places that offer a variety of free serv i ces like educational play groups, mentoring, mobile health services, job skills train i ng and much mo re! Call your loca l FSRC to learn more then visit the Children s Board online to get a FREE child's admission to the Florida Aquarium ... ... Because every child i s a Dream Worth Growi ng. C h i l d r en s Boar d HILLSBORO U G H COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing Call or visit the Family Support and Resource Center near you today! Brandon 1277 Kingsway Road Brandon, FL 33510 Phone: 813-740-4634 Central Tam pa 1002 E Palm Ave Tampa, FL 33605 Phone: 813204-1741 N o rth Tamp a 1401A E Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 Phone: 813-558-1877 Rusk i n 20114th Ave. South East Ruskin, FL 33570 Phone: 813-641-5600 Town 'N Country 7520 W. Waters Ave., Ste. #8 Tampa, FL 336.15 Phone: 813-356-1703