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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tan1pa Bay Area Ill I SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A BUILDING NAMED TO HONOR RETIRING PRESIDENT On Wednesday afternoon, members of the community gathered for the dedication of the Hillsborough Community College's Administrative Building, 39 Columbia Drive, Davis Island. The Board of Trustees, past and present, dedicated the building to honor the leadership of the college's retiring President, Dr. Gwendolyn Stephenson, who led the institution for 13 years. Dr. Stephenson officially retires on June 30th. The building houses the President's Office as well as several other administrative offices. Shown in this photograph from left to right are: Andrew Graham, Rod Jurado, Nancy Watkins, Dr. Gwendolyn W. Stephenson (the honoree), Ken Atwater, the newly chosen president of Hillsborough Community College, Daniel Coton, Thomas Huggins, and Randall Reid. (Photography by BRUNSON). Shriners To Host 1st Diabetes Walk SEE PAGE' 15-8 Best Of Best Step Competition Set SEE PAGE 2-B Sentinel Office Closed Monday Memorial Day Event Planned SEE PAGE 4-A

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0 c; Features N Domestic Violence Advocate wants Victims To Speak Out BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Growing up in Cleveland, Ohio, Shamyra "Lady Dove" Bey said her child hood was full of abuse. She said her abusers were the women in her family ... her mother and an aunt "They were my first abusers. Later, my spouse was my abuser. As a victim, it destroyed me and my soul. I was hurting deep down inside and didn't know what to do." Lady Dove said one day she just decided she'd had enough. "Fourteen years ago, my abuser shot me. That's why I left Cleveland and came to Tampa. I'm in constant pain, C but I know I have a lot of fE work to do, and I have to c keep going." Z Before leaving Cleveland, Lady Dove became a W c w :::E: (/) ::::i m ::::l c.. z ljj ..J ..J ::::l m I ..J w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ..J u. SHAMYRA "LADY DOVE" BEY "I've been an advocate for eight years. As a victim myself, I have a better insight into the problem and why it's growing." "The abuse will get worse as poverty grows. It breaks down the family structure." "I'm completing a book, 'The Re-Birth Of Damaged Goods,' and I hope when it's completed, it will bring vic tims out of their shell and get them to talking and healing." "It seems being poor feeds the anger that turns into abuse. If you re an advocate our job never ends, because the abuse never ends." "What I've disco vered is the one common factor of all abusers is control. The need for control fuels the abuser." Lady Dove said the rea son incidents of abuse aren t reported is fear or the need to not let anyone know you need help. "I believe a lot of people knew what Poppa Love (John Speights) was doing, but covered it up, and that's the same thing I went through." "A lot of people walk around with demons they don't know how to get rid of. Even though I'm living in Tampa now, I'm still being abuse verbally by my family in Ohio. The difference now is I have self love and it doesn't affect me like it used to." The mother of three says, "I've discovered that hidden secrets can hurt, but you have to bring them out and put them in God's hands." Sol Davis 5205 N. Lois / (813) Advocacv Group Against Violence Prepares For summer BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On F ebruary 5, 2005, Darla and Elliott Saunders got news that no parents want to hear. Her son, Isaiah "Ice Man" Brooks had been found murdered. His body was found in an alleyway just east of Nebraska Avenue. He was only 19 years old. No one has been arrested for his murder, and since then several families have had to bury their children due to an act of violence. The couple decided it was time to unite with others who have lost loved ones, and Advocates For Safer Communities was born. "The idea behind establish ing this organization was to make sure law enforcement didn't give up looking for whomever is responsible for killing our children; and to offer any help we can in that process." "There has always been strength in numbers, and by letting the killers know we haven't forgotten about this and neither has law enforce ment, sooner or later some one will come forward, says Darla." Tampa Police Detective Eric Houston has been instrumental in supporting the group and heads the department's Cold Case Squad. Now with the summer approaching, the Saunders' feel it's time to get geared up and do what needs to be done to stop the violence DARLA SAUNDERS among our young people and keep our children alive. "It seems every month another young person has died due to violence. Sometimes, an arrest is made, but in most cases fam ilies go on for years without anyone being arrested. That doesn't mean they should give up, and they should make sure law enforcement doesn't give up." "If any of these cases are to be solved, it will take all of us working hard in the commu nity and not letting our guard down. We must make the perpetrators feel as uncom fortable as we can, then force that one person who knows something to step for-Ward." Advocates For Safer Communities are reaching out to the bereaved family of Derek Anderson. Anderson was shot to death last week in front of the apartment building where his mother lived. No arrests have been made in his shooting. Voice of Our Community Speaking for 1[ 248-1921. The Law Office Of ngela B. Wright, P.A. National Criminal Defense College Florida Assoc Criminal Defense Lawyers National Assoc Criminal Defense Lawxers Practice Federal And State Courts EXPERIENCE MATTERS Over 20 Years Experience BOND HEARINGS WARRANTS VIOLATIONS/LICENSE SUSPENSIONS PROBAOON VIOLATIONS BOARD CERTIFIED EXPERT CRIMINAL TRIAL ATIORNEY 300 N FRANKLIN ST TAMPA, FL 33602 SERVING BAY AREA COUNTIES (813) 277-0068 Email : wright@abwrightlaw com www.abwrightlaw com

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., Features :::c :s: Agreement With Citv Finalized; Encore Team Prepares To Go 1 ....... \ -.... : r :.:M 4' > .... ' ' 1 warded to l'vlalphus and Son General Contractors. and is provided to all of the sub-con-"' tractors being us e d for th e project. 0 The Encore project will pay homage to the old Central Ave nu e a nd a jazz/rhythm & blue s era. This was an era when one could casually catch a glimpse of Ray Charles, Ike and Tina Turner, B. B. King, Sam Cooke or even James Brown, as well as prominent Black businessmen, C. Blythe Andrews, Lee Davis, Henry Joyner, Leon Claxton, Bennie Shuman, Moses White and many others, eating din ner or just enjoying a night on the town. Crew prepares land for Encore Project. Everything see ms to b e at a standstill, how eve r th e De velopment group and th e City of Tampa had to finalize the agreement b e fore permits would be issued to start the work What is going on now, is a crew has only been doing the things that can be done The work that is stipulated by the Stimulus money is the in frastructure, and that will hopefully start in about 2 weeks." The project is a collabora tive effort of the Tampa Housing Authority and Bank of America to revitalize the 28 acres of land that was once Central Park. The finished product will be a beautiful new neighborhood including affordable housing, commer cial and residential space, a supermarket, hotel, park, museum and school. Meacham For the last couple of months, ZMG Construction, Inc., of Orlando, the con struction manager, and local general contractor, Malphus and Son General Contractors, Inc., have been receiving feedback from contractors, sub-contractors, skilled tradesman, job applicants, and other concerned parties. FamiiV Makes Plea To Communitv About Fatal Shooting BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Tamora Dorn made a tearful and angry plea Tuesday for someone to step forward with information on the murder of her brother. On May 18th, Derek Anderson, 21, was returning to his mother's apartment at Kenneth Court Apartments. At 11:30 p.m., Anderson was in the parking lot in front of the building where his mother lives when, according to police, avehicle pulled up, a man jumped out-and shot Anderson. The vehicle then quickly sped away. Anderson made it up one flight of stairs to the doorway of his mother's apartment. A neighbor performed CPR on him in an effort to save his life, but he was pronounced dead later at an area hospital. "This isn't right, because we know someone out there knows who killed my only brother," said Dorn. "Whoever did this or knows who did this, needs to step up. We don't deserve this and Derek definitely didn't de.: serve this. He never bothered anyone, and for this to happen to him just isn't fair." Other family members who spoke out were his grand mother, Mary Watson, aunt, Latasha Williams, and his mother, Wanda Gilchrist. Although services for Anderson have been scheduled for this Saturday, the family said they are still short of the money to complete his arrangements. Anyone who wants to help the family can call (813) 526-5508 or 446-9250. They are continuing to answer questions and address concerns to ensure that the local community sees the benefits as the project pro gresses. Interested persons are asked to exercise patience and allow the process to con tinue. If anyone has questions Two job fairs were held on site to identify workers that meet the needs of the project. The second job fair attracted over 5,000 applicants. According to general contractor Wilbert Malphus, "Every applicant was put into a database by ZMG tion, Inc., the construction manager for the project. Within 4 weeks, each appli cant was contacted by an automated voice system to thank them for attending, and to inform them that they would receive a call for an in terview as they determine which skills are needed. The list of applicants was for-or requires any specific infor mation, please call Malphus and Son General Contractors, Inc. at 813.273.0870 or email 0 tbennett@malphusandson.-:!! c )> AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10 000 For Loss And Medical Care ... FRIIProfllssiona/SIJntice! Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning. to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee Investigators -If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week C/) m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z ."'tt c: m r-Cii :::t: m c m < m :::0 < -4 c: m )> z c ., :::0 c

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Memorial Da;t VFW To Host 12th Annual Memorial Dav Program BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several years ago, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 1339 began honoring veterans buried at a local cemetery. This year, the orga nization will celebrate its 12th year of paying tribute to the fallen soldiers. Melvin Collins, Jr., Commander ofVFW, Post 1339, said, "We do it in honor of our Veterans, to show our support 1-w > w c w J: CJ) :::i m ::> a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ...J u. was commissioned a Lieutenant of Armor from ROTC after graduating from the University of Kansas He earned a Master' s Degree in Public Administration from Shippensburg State University and is a graduate of the U. S. Army War College. His last assignment was the Commander of the Joint POW /MIA Accounting Command, Hkkam AFB, Hawaii. Family members of deceased veterans, members of the community, and the general public are encouraged to attend the program For additional information contact Commander Collins, (813) 238-5627 or (813) 293-8313. * * * * * * * THANK YOU THA IYOU I'd like to take a moment to thank the voters and residents of District 3, for allowing me to be the FIRST ; Gandidate to gather enough petitions to qualify for the upcoming August 24th elections. Your faith and confidence in me and my leadership is truly humbling and will NEVER taken for granted. Again thank you, Commissioner Kevin White Pol Adv Paid for and approved by Kevin White (D), for Hillsborough County Commission D-3. ************** Speaker To Address Youth During Program Tampa native Kevin Hobbs, wi ll serve as the g u es t s p ea ker at the College Hill Churc h O f God In Christ on Sunday, Ma y 30th, durin g th e morning service. The pro gram is c e lebrating the youth of the church. Elder Charles Davis is the pastor. Hobbs is a NFL cornerback for the Detroit Lions. He is also the owner of Colbert/Ball Tax Service, which currentiy has two locations in Tampa. Prior to his career in the National Football League and becoming an entrepreneur Hobbs excelled as a student and athlete a t Tampa B a y Technical High School. After g radu -ating in 2001, he attended Auburn University, where he con tinued to play KEVIN HOBBS ... Guest Speaker football graduating in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in Accounting. For more information call the church at 813-239-3161. Hillsborough Countv OHices Close For Memorial oav The majority of Hillsborough County offices will close Monday, May 31, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. These offices include the administrative offices of County government, such as neighborhood service centers, Head Start centers, and senior centers and nutrition sites. The Hillsborough County Court system of the Clerk of the Circuit Court will also be closed. All recreation centers and playgrounds will close May 31 and reopen the next day. Regional parks will remain open throughout the holiday. Library Services will close May 31, and reopen the next day for its regularly scheduled hours. There will be no residential solid waste collection services, which includes collection of household garbage, yard waste and recycling. If You Answer YES To Any Of The Questions Below I Can Help! FRED HAYES Realtor 110 Future Home Realty Do You Need A Short Sale? Is Your Mortgage Y,pside? .,.,. .. s..._ ..... Do You Need To Save 'our :Foreclosure? ;;,,

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editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202-140 ) 2207 21st Avenue T amp a Florid a 336 05 (813 ) 248-1921 Published E very Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Write r s do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Countv Mavor Issue Addressed A cross between Barnaby Jones and Johnnie Cochran, local attorney Warren Hope Dawson addressed members of the Hillsborough County Charter Review Board last Monday on the subject of a county mayor. The County's four single-member district and three at-large commissioner system "is under attack," he said. In fact, Dawson declared, the present situation "borders on a coupe d'etat, from a small group of people who have decided to take their chance to get rid of the County's commissioner system, if they can." Yet, Dawson cautioned, "Now may not be the time to "tamper With a system, which cannot defend itself," ending his comments with a parable, "I would hate to be in a county with only one judge." Board members listened intently to Attorney Dawson as he painted a picture that was clear and stark. At the center of the portrait was the figure of a county strong-man (or strong-woman) calling all the shots that once were decided by seven. Restore Renee lee H istory tells us that Confederate general, Robert E. Lee lost the Battle of Gettysburg because he was too polite. One of his primary generals, Jubal Early, had surrounded and all-but vanquished his Union adversary, when Gen. Lee sent word for Early to "press the action if you think it is practicable." Early did, not think it was "practicable"; Union troops regrouped and the battle was lost for the Confederacy. "The moral of the Lee-Early story is say what you mean and be clear about it!" So, in this one of many editoriais of its hlnd, we intend to say what we mean. Hillsborough County Attorney Renee Lee has been lynched and strung up for public display after being accused of electronic eavesdropping and of receiving a 1% raise while other County employees were being given lay-off slips. To this date, no law enforcement agency has come up with a thread of proof implicating the Hillsborough County Attorney in any wrongdoing. Meanwhile, Renee Lee's good name is being dragged through the mud, as part ofwhat.appears to be a poor reenactment of an "Alice-in-Wonderland Head-Chopping Party." The Black Community, nor a growing number of Hillsborough County citizens are amused by the County Commission's latest version of a Down-home Kangaroo Court. Therefore, we want Renee Lee reinstated as County Attorney, with full-pay and a full apology. Nothing more is requested. Nothing less will do. Now, think this is clear enough! 'TI :::0 c ., 1\) (X) 1\) 0 ..... Mr. President, Take Over The Oil Spill 0 T here are those who preach keeping big government out of our lives. They advocate state rights. They say the current president wants to control every phase of American life, in cluding taking over private corporations. Now, they are calling for big government to get involved. In fact, they are calling for President Obama and big government to take over. The incident that has called for all of this sudden change of position is the big oil spill that is gushing an estimated 200 million gallons of oil a day into the Gulf of Mexico. Big government has been accused of sitting back and letting private corporation, BP Oil, deal with the pro blem in the Gulf. The United States already has their top engineers among others on the scene giving advice, helping to devise plans and seeking ways to shut off the gushing oil well, clean up the oil spill, protect sea life and protect America's shore lines. That is not good enough. They say America should take over The big question is, take over and do what? America is already doing all it knows to do. Don't argue, just take over. Push BP aside because they have a profit making motive for spilling all of that oil into the Gulf. Take over President Obama. Call in the Army Corp. of Engineers, call in the National Guard, call in the sanitation workers, call in other oil companies and please call Dick Cheney. For God sake don't forget to call in Chris Matthews, Rush Limbaugh, Ed .____A_II_Th_e_P_re_n_ie_st_C_or_pe_s___.l The Principal snapped his picture. She didn't usually take photographs, or at least I don't think she did. But strange things often hap pened when something was about to occur, which was so horrendous as to shake the very foundations of Hell it self. So, the Principal shot Devante Lamar Dallas's graduation picture. She asked him politely to put on his cap and robe, then to hold his high school diploma up for the camera and to smile, so as not to look like he was posing for a mug shot. He half-smiled; she shot the picture, and that was that ... until the next day another boy killed Devante because of the way Devante looked at people and refused to smile: Devante Dallas' picture showed up on an inside page of the Florida Sentinel. A friend of mine had bought a copy, and was absorbing the article, which explained how (and possibl y why) Devante Dallas was g unn ed -down by Khayri McCray. Devante was 18. McCray was 18. Devante was about to gradu ate, and hoped to contin _ue to college where he d become a radiologist. McCray was also about to graduate, and had recently been named "Player of the Game," in arecent East Hillsborough All Star football game. McCray came uninvited to a graduation party where Devante was merely one of 70 guests. After the crowd grew to 300, a fight broke out. McCray was expelled, and then later returned with a handgun. And what happened next was history. I said it was history because what happened next was not news, in as much as news was that which was unusual. History was that which was predictable. Though Devante Dallas' murder was vicious and unmerited, it was pre dictable Indeed, the incident of Black young men murder ing each other had long since become so predictable and expected that if a newscaster didn t announce a Black teenager had snuffed out the life of another Black teenager now that would have been unu s ual! And so Devante Lamar Dallas. died, from the bullet Shultz, Morning Joe, Mitch McConnell, Jeff Sessions, and the maver ick, John McCain. You also may want to call in the junior maverick, Sarah Palin. By assembling this team, you will at least have some peace and quiet while the Gulf oil job gets done. I suspect that government will not be able to do any more by taking over than what is being done now. What President Obama can do and should do is to investigate the agency charged with enforcing oil rig :Safety and those who allegedly took gifts from oil 'TI r companies. These inspectors and their supervisors should be fired and criminally prosecuted. In the meantime, keep the pressure on BP Oil to fix its mess. 0 :::0 c :t> en m z :j z m r I OJ c r r m -4 z of a young man who said he killed Devante simply be-"'tJ cause he didn't like the way Devante looked at one of C his friends . He said, De-vante "looked at him m funny, or something like C that. And so, he shot him. !:g No, he didn t kill him. (Killing is for grown-ups!) -< He SHOT him! (You see, shooting is for kids!) m But my friend who was reading the quite predictable article, which described the > predictable incident that saw Z Devante Dallas die so pre-0 'TI dictably, suddenly sighed J:J and said, "He was such a C handsome young man ... a good looking young man." She handed me the paper. I looked at it and at the pic ture of the young dead man. "Y'know, you're right," I smiled. "Devante was a handsome young man. The young man who killed him was also a handsome young man. They re all handsome young men!" "They who? my friend asked quizzically. I looked at her and answered, "All the nice little Black boys who no longer play sports, but who play murdering each other, instead, they all make the prettiest corpses don't they? M y friend shook her head and said, "You're crazy. "No," I replied "America is crazy!" Copyright ?.010 SolE! Man Speaks! The G) m U1 I :t>

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0 Fa T"" 0 C\1 IX co C\1 :E c a: LL Oil Spill leaves Both Political Parties In The Muck By Dr. Boyce Watkins As tens of thousands of bar rels of oil cause irreversible damage to shores of the Gulf of Mexico, this messy spill can t come close to matching the massive political slop that will cover the Obama presidency as a result of this catastrophe. At tacks are coming from the right, left and center, as each addi tional day of oil coverage in the media lends yet another piece of indisputable evidence that this administration has been "punked" by the oil and gas in dust!)'. Even President Obama's usual allies, Chris Matthews and James Carville, have been highly critical of the pre sident's reaction to the BP dis aster. Perhaps Carville and Matthews are being too harsh, but their challenges to the presWhile the industry gave $2-4 million to John McCain and Sarah Palin, it also gave nearly $goo,ooo to Barack Obama and Joe Eiden. BP, the company that is turn ing the Gulf of Mexico into a can ofWD-40, spent $16 million on lobbying last year and $3.5 mil lion in the first quarter of 2010. This lobbying effort has al lowed the industry to cap its li ability for spills at a measly $75 million, less than a day's profits for Exxon. In other words, they can pay off our entire government with their lunch money, and there's nothing we can do about it. ident reflect the nation's confuanother saying that he's being too harsh, this cross-eyed attack on the president reminds us that Pres. Obama simply can't win in this situation. This is going to be his Hurricane Kat rina, with the only difference being that "Katrina 2010" is going to last for the entire sum mer. The giant hole at the bottom of the gulf is not just leaking oil, it is leaking the loudest secret in all of American politics: BP can destroy our shores, kill the wildlife, cost people their liveli hoods and destroy the entire re gional eco-system, and even Barack Obama is relatively powerless to stop it C a: LL c z <( c CIJ w ::::i) .... w > w c w J: CIJ :::i m ::l c. sion about exactly who is wearing the political pants in the Obama administration. Of course the attacks are going to come from the right as well. The most interesting cri tiques have come from political newcomer Rand Paul, who called Obama "un-American" for the way he has attacked BP. Apparently, Paul needs to be invited to more of the Republi can talking point meetings, since his critique contradicts that of his buddy Sarah Palin, who says that Obama can't handle the crisis effectively be cause his cozy relationship with BP impedes his ability to be ef fective. Palin has apparently forgot ten that she and John McCain took nearly three times more money from the oil and gas in dustry than Obama, and even coined the phrase "drill baby, drill" as part of the 2008 elec tion cycle. In fact, 75 percent of the $238.7 million in political do nations from the oil and gas in dustry have gone to Republican candidates. It seems that the woman who didn't know that Africa is a continent also doesn't know who pays the bills in her own party. The only question being pon dered by the American people as a result of this crisis is whether they should cast more blame on Pres. Obama or BP. The answer is that they are going to blame them both. All the average American knows is that one big entity (corporate America) made a huge mess, and the entity being asked to protect American citizens (the federal government) has been virtually impotent in its re sponse. z i= w ...J ...J ::l m While it might be confusing to hear one Republican say that Obama is being too nice and ...J But the bigger issue for President Obama is that the oil and gas industry owns every one, including the Democrats. It doesn't matter who points the finger at whom, since this doesn't bring back the dead birds on the shoreline or the huge economic losses in the re gion w z i= z w CIJ I a: 0 ..J LL <( I CD w CJ WARREN DAWSON 22"1-"1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decJdc ask us to send you FREE written information about qualifications and experience! White House News President Obama Travels To louisiana Gulf Coast PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WASHINGTON-On Friday clear non-proliferation; and in morning, May 28, President confirming Elena Kagan to the Barack Obama will travel Supreme Court in a timely man from Chicago to the Louisiana ner, so she can take her seat Gulf Coast to assess the latest efwhen the court reconvenes after forts to counter the BP Deepwasummer. ter Horizon oil spill. The President also urged the The Administration has moconference to work with him to bilized one of the largest readdress two major, unresolved sponses to a catastrophic event issues: comprehensive immigra in history, with more than 1,200 tion reform and energy legisla vessels in the region and more tion than 22,000 people, including On immigration, the Presi many of the brightest scientific dent noted that many in the con minds from both the public and ference have supported effo"rts private sector, working around before to fix a broken system the clock to mitigate the oil's imand impose accountability at our pact. borders, accountability for em-President Obama Meets ployers who undercut the law by With Senate Republicans hiring undocumented workers; The President had a good ex-and for the workers themselves, change with the Senate Republiwho are here illegally and must can Conference Tuesday about take responsibility. priorities for the balance of the On energy, he told the confeyear. renee that the gulf oil disaster He asked for their cooperashould heighten our sense of ur tion in finishing work on meagency to hasten the development sures to help create jobs and of new, clean energy sources improve our economy, includ-that will promote energy indeing one to help make loans pendence and good-paying available to small busi-American jobs. 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Meetings Meeting To Discuss Improvements At Sligh Avenue And 50th Street Set Hillsborough County will hold a public meeting to discuss pro posed improvements at the inter section of Sligh Avenue and 50th Street in northeast Hillsborough County. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 1st, 6:30 p .m., at Nuccio Recreation Center, 4805 E Sligh Ave. County staff will be at the meeting to discuss the details of the project and answer any ques tions residents may have The community is invited to attend and share comments. All meeting facilities are ADA compliant. For additional assis tance, or for more information call Steve Valdez, Public Works Department at 272-5275 (TTY: 301-7173). Public Meeting To Discuss Proposed Skateboard Park Proiect Hillsborough County will hold a public meeting to discuss con struction of a Northwest Skate board Pafk Project. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 8th, at 6:30 p.m., at Ben Hill Middle School, Cafeteria, 5200 Ehrlich Road. The proposed project includes the construction of a 10,ooo square-foot outdoor concrete skateboard park. The estimated and construction cost for this project is approximately $500,000, paid through Parks Impact Fees. Public comment is welcome. For more information, call Steve Valdez, Public Works Depart ment, Quality Assurance Section, at 813-272-5275 (TTY: 813-301-7173). FYI Paries And Recreation To Hold Open Enrollment The City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department will hold an enroliment for parents to qual ify their children for the reduce summer fees. On June 2nd and 3rd, parents can go to the NFL Yet Center, 3310 EastLake Avenue, and en roll their children from 5=30 p.m. to 7p.m. Parks and Recreation staff will be on site to qualify families for any park in the East Tampa area. East Tampa Business and Civic Association President, Dianne Hart, said they commend parks and 'recreation for making this convenient for the residents and bringing their staff to the center. "We are encouraging parents to please take advantage of this op portUnity On June 1st and 10th, orient;t tion for parents whose children have already qualified will be held at the NFL Yet Center beginning ats:30p. m . That will be a great opportunity for parents to ask questions and get m9re information. There will be no sign up at that time. LOOKS FOR AN EDGE > > "' AND IT . --\ -, I Customized Business Advice and Financial Tools to Conquer Your Business Challenges SunTrust has created a site designed specifically with the business owner in mind. Bizsolutionscentral.com puts expert advice and forward-thinking, business building tools like the Cash Management Evaluator and Financial Fitness Kit right at your fingertips. Best part? These free, innovative tools can be customized to your business. Find out more about how you can put bizsolutionscentral.com to work for your business today. Cash Management Recipient of nine Greenwich Excellence Awards for business banking, including Overall Satisfaction and Finandal Stabutty SUNTRuST Financing Solutions Retirement Solutions Live SoUd. Bank Soltd. ; r. Sun Trust Bank, Member FDIC . C2010 SunTrust Banks, Inc. Sun Trust and Live Solid. Bank Solid are federally registered service marks of Sun Trust Banks, Inc. "T1 r 0 ::::tl c > (J) m z ::! z m r:m c: r r m ::! z ""0 c: m r en :I: m c m < m -4 c: m (J) c > z c "T1 :2 c

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Visiting Haiti Pastor Reaches Out To Help Earthquake Victims Pastor Brown is shown with Haitian children displaying their Pen Pal letters from Robles Elementary School. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Although the earthquake that struck the small country of Haiti lasted only minutes, it caused widespread death and destruction. An estimated 250,000 people died and many of the buildings were de stroyed. Five months after the deadly quake on January 12th, the recovery efforts continue, but are slow. Pastor Moses BroWn and a group of others visited the country last month to assess the damage. Andre Paul, who served as the Inter preter, and his daughter, Mrs. Anjeanette Brown Davis, were among those who visited the Haiti. Daniel Baptiste was their host while they were in the country. Pastor Brown said, "It happened so suddenly that many didn't get a chance to say goodbye. We went down to as sess their needs. We do not want to just throw something at these people. "I found that these people are very resilient. They have not allowed their present cir cumstances abdicate their des tinies. The earthquake made the people equal." Pastor Brown said some families had sponsors but for those who do not have to beg for everything they get. His ef forts are now concentrated on helping those people without sponsors and he estimates them to be in the thousands. Pastor Brown further stated that another situation the people of Haiti are facing is locating family members. Ms. Love Christian Center 1109 North Franklin Street Plant City, FL 33563 APOSTLE,. KANYINDA ....... + Global Ministries Fellowship Dinner After Services Recording Musicians Praise And Worsh Pastor Brown's daughter, Mrs. Anjeanette Brown Davis, is shown at this Haitian Tent Center. This particular area is being used as a barbershop. Priscilla Monique rescued two brothers who were left in the streets, and is caring for them. She would like to re unite the family. She told that she does not know if their parents are living or dead. She hopes to bring the family back together. The boys told Ms. Monique that their mother's name is Melanie Jean. The boys are Junior Jean, 10, and his younger brother, Lubin, who is 9 years-old. "This would be a highlight if we can get this done," Pastor Brown said. Pastor Brown stated that the people are grateful for everything that has been given to them. Prior to his trip to Haiti, a class of students froni Robles Elementary School be came Pen Pals for some of the Haitian children. "It made the kids feel a part of something and had an immense impact on them," he said Anyone wishing to contact Pastor Brown can reach him at (813) 784-1021; or write to: Feed Our Children, Inc., P. 0. Box 290415, Tampa, FL 33687. VICTORY, UNITED AMERICAN FREE WIU BAPTIST CHURCH, INC. 7504 Causeway Blvd.** Tampa, FL 33619 813.622.6815 SERVICE TIMES 1 0:00 A. M. -Sunday School 11:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Service 7 :30P.M. -Friday Night Prayer Bible. Study UIRESSJ.UIES. IIDSTIEET, Ed. S Pastor/Teacher/Evangelist C : 813.323.5695 "A Growing Giving Church Reaching Lost Souls For Christ" Sister Debra Opong Yao-Trustee Chair Speaker ., r 0 ::!:! c )> (/) m z :::! z m r;m c: r r !!l z c: m r en ::I: m c m < m JJ -< -1 c: m C/) c )> z c ., JJ c

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Local N HCC Building Named To Honor Retiring President H c Dr. Gwendolyn W. Stephe nson District Administration Center In addition to the building being named in honor of Dr. Stephenson, there is a stone marker outside, and a plaque in the lobby of the District Office. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday afternoon, the Board of Trustees for Community Coliege renamed its District Administrative Offices in honor of Dr. Gwendolyn W. Stephenson. Dr. Stephenson, who is officially retiring on June 30th, served C as the organization's first fE African American president. 0 The newly dedicated Dr. Z Gwendolyn W.
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Local Weed And Seed Group Elects New OHicers FRANK REDDICK BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Weed and Seed Steering mittee recently elected officers. community. William Daniels with the States Attorney s Ofhas been acting chairman the inteption of East Weed and Seed II, and continue his participation the committee as first chair. In address the steering com'l'"u"'" Daniels said, "As we to build the capacity Guest Speaker Dr. Marlene Reed LoBiack SAM MOBLEY of greatness within the desig nated Weed and Seed commu nity and improve upon the foundation of our initial outlay, it is my hope that you will as sist me in making their transi tion into these roles as seamless and effective as pos sible. Our future successes and challenges in this extended col laborative are linked. "Join me in thanking the new officers for their willingness and commitment to serve in these respective capacities." Kim Miner, Site Coordinator for the East Tampa Weed and Seed said, "as we forge ahead in partnership with the residents of Grant Park, Rain bow Heights, Northview Hills, Highland Pines, Jackson Heights and Eastern Heights, we aspire to be a catalyst for positive change and sustain able outcomes Together, we hope to build a stronger, safer and healthier community." Dorine Norman, Mistress of Ceremony Of Grace Mary M B Church For More Information Call (813) 935-9455 For More Information: Contact -Bro. Grady Evans (813) 735-6800 Sis. Lillian Evans (727) 919-7200 Sis. Mary Robinson (813) 242-9562 Gramps And The Golden Harps Brother Gene Bell And The Holy Propheteers New Florida All Stars Prosperity Gospel Singers And other Tampa Bay Gospel Artists Nurse Wins Coveted Performance Award :::c 0 )> _-< BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For the past 16 years, Mrs. Rhonda Barnum has worke d in the h ea lth care profession. For Mrs. Barnum, it is a labo r of lo ve instead of just a job. She has been employed at Bays h ore Pointe Nursi n g and Rehab Center for the past 7 yea rs. Recently, her dedication was rewa r ded when she was presented with the Imogene Ward Nursing Scholarship Award. The award is named in honor of Mrs. Imogene Ward, who was a Registered Nurse and who believed in educating and raising the bar in the field of nursing. Mrs. Barnum said she believes she is the first Certi fied Nursing Assistant in Tampa to receive this honor. Additionally, she was chosen as Employee of the Month for April2010. Mrs. Barnum was nominated for the honor by her supervisor, Ms. Sandy Sutkus, Director of Nursing wrote, "\Vhen I look at Rhonda, I see more than an employee who goes above and beyond the call of duty. I see a woman who will give you a warm embrace, a Week one 5/29/1 0 Week two 6/5/1 0 1\) 0> 1\) 0 .... 0 RHONDA BARNUM ... Wins Coveted Nursing Award sparkle of joy and a whole lot of love. Mrs. Barnum said she knew that she had been nominated for the prestigious award. In fact, the contenders went to Orlando, where the winner was announced. "I couldn't believe it. I was so surprised and grateful," Mrs. Barnum said. She entered the field of nursing because she wanted to help others. "\Vhen I was 23 I was cleaning houses and realized that there was a profession where I could use my hands and personality to make people feel good and wanted." A Tampa native, Mrs. Barnum is married to Odell Barnum and the mother of Reashondra Cobb. She is the step daugh-0 ter of Mrs. Yvonne Mick-:::C les. Her parents were the late Mrs. Alma Simmons, CJ) and the late Gortrell Mick-m z les. :::! In addition to working with Z people as a Certified Nursing Assistant, Mrs. Barnum is m also a Certified Foster Par-C: r-ent. r-m :::! z D HEAR" SEMINARS "D c: m c CJ) ::I: m 0 repea t s please! and enjoyi\t What a man really wants. Stress in relationsh ips Can't we all get along? Stress in fami l y relationships m < m -t c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 :::c 0 Week three 6/12/1 0 How can I forgive that? Letting go of the past and taking hold of a better future. Week four 6/19/1 0 Too much month and not enough money A major stress factor for many Week five 6/26/1 0 Anx and ression: The h cost of Stress. Come and hear. all you who fear the Lord and I will declare what He has done for my soul." Psalm 66 16 C) m _..! .... I )>

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' 0 o Local N Belmont Heights Team Are Maior league Champs; Prepares For Plavons BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In what has to be considered a remarkable turnaround, the Belmont Heights Little League Baseball Major Lea gue Division are the 2010 champions. They are now preparing for the city/county tournament that will begin June 1st a t South Brandon Little League Field Team manager, Freddie Drayton, said this was truly a magic season. Last y ear's team didn't do well at all. This year's team went 17-3. During one game, they were looking at a 10 run deficit and came back to win the game. That' s how they C came to be known as 'The a: Comeback Kids.' They really LL stuck together as a team." Drayton said he had a The 2010 Belmont Heights Major League Champions and their coaches. Drayton said he wants to see all of them be successful in the future and become pro ductive citizens. Coaches for the team are Bishop Willie Barb, Reginald Alston, Ray Brown and Xavier Johnson. The players are: Daquan Barb, Freddrick Drayton, Alick Fortune, Delvin Austin, Jason Randolph, Keron Nelson, Damon Stephens, Terrance Verriett, Malik Watson, Joseph Williams, Willie Weeks and Tyre Benjamin. This Saturday, from 11 a.m to 3 p.m., the team will have an end of the year celebration at Belmont Heights Little League Field on 22nd Street and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The entire pub lic is invited to come out and show their support. Wl---------------------------------------------------------------------0 w l: CJ) ::::i m ::l c. z i= w ....1 ....1 ::l m I ....1 w z i= z w CJ) C a: 0 ....1 LL All soons Founder Presented Trailblazer Award BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Saturday, May 22nd, the Rowe Taylor, Jr Foundation held their second annual Hero Award Dinner and Fundraiser. Among those recognized as recipients were: Lauren Dungy, Hero Award; Doretha EdgecoinJ>, Hero Award; Tyrone Keys, Trailbla.zer Award, and Deacon Charlie Ball,. the Vanguard Lifetime Achievement Award. Keys attended Mississippi State Unfversity where he played football. He, graduated with a ,.in , Education, and from 1983 to 1990, he played defensive end with the Chicago Bears, San Diego Charges, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In . :F:rom left' right: Tyrone Keys, Shon Taylor and Lauren Dungy: 1991 ; he fom{ded .All Sports Comm'unity Service, to p _roviqe challenged. y 6uth gliidance' in their pursuit of higher education. Carolyn Taylor, .who founded the organization to honor her late hus-band, Rowe Taylor, Jr., said they like the good things Keys has d9ne in the ' cominuni t)f . "So many you'ng people have benefitted from Tyrone and his organization. He's very unselfish when it comes to helping young people.' "We try to present the award to those people who reflect the kind of character my late husband admired and that people like Tyrone has.' Ms. Taylor's daughter, Shon, was one of Keys' first students and was the first female student he assisted with a full scholar ship. In The Spotlight ASHLEY It's beginning to look like we're in for another long, hot summer, so let see if this week's Spotlight feat'ure can cool you down. Ashley loves to model and sing, and she's dedicated and fun ,to be around. Ashley is more than exceptional, and a lady this spe cial definitely deserves the Ashley may not be hard to please, but when it comes to the man in hei' life, she will accept nothing but the best. Congratulations to Ashley as this week's Spotlight If you'r.e interested in being in the Beauty Unjimlted or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a number to: jjohnson@flsentlnel .com ... ., 9" Roller ..................... ; ....... ........ $1.,50 nt Brushes.: ......... ............................. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!

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ALL MY CHILDREN-JR sees Annie and Scott kiss; Amanda ns her wedding; Liza offers Damon mone y to stay away from Greenlee attends Emma's birthday party, to Annie's dismay ; asks David and Greenlee out on a double date; Annie misses heat between her and JR. AS THE WORLD TURNS-Silas spies on Molly; Parker takes to the movies Craig tries to get into Gabriel's good graces; and Janet spend time as a family. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Stephanie attempts to conher enthusiasm about possibly reconciling with Eric; the For clan anticipates that the dinner will end with their parents Hope updates Brooke on the recent developments in her with Oliver. Eric makes a shocking announcement to family about the direction of his future; Steffy and Stephanie are their current priorities with each other; Oliver assures Hope he onl y has eyes for her, despite the scandalous e-mail he got Steffy. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Vivian and Victor take the next step; expresses her concerns about Carly to Nicole; Maggie real Victor is trying to protect his family; Ciara claims that Hope a treasure box; Rafe gets a new bunk buddy in prison. Carly her mind about keeping Chloe's secret; EJ hears about Ar' s arrest and decides to represent her; Stephanie senses is going on with Philip; Bo wonders if there might be truth to Ciara's story. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Jason attempts to find out who hurt lHlllelldt:J; Brook gains Dante's appreciation and trust; Claire has a to double cross Sonny. Carly wants Dante and Lulu to pay; and Jason can't have sex; Sonny reveals a plan to Olivia. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Todd hires a henchman to find Hannah; insists she's innocent; John interrogates Markka. A hor Langston watches as Markka is taken into custody; Todd rsrJn'IATs Hannah that she is messing with the wrong person; Jessica to Cristian. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Abby finds a secret amaican souvenir; Daniel and Amber have a final good-bye. Emily finds that things can get worse; Abby proposes an embar-. .) rassmg toast. Today's --This year your heart draws a map to ro mance. Tension develops as you reach out to someone special, yet it provides a handle on creative thought processes that might oth erwise sink below the level of your conscious radar. Love is worth the risk. Gemini (May 21-June 21}'-Take inspiration from a con versation with your partner or a neighbor. They understand your dilemma, and offer just the rJght creative solutions Cancer (June 22-July 22) --Get down to business early and stick to it as long as you have to. The results are proportionate to the effort y.ou put in. Lighten up later in the day. . Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) The sti:el)gth of your ideas carries you past obstacles that would stop most people. Creative inspira tio n can be found in the symbols of evecyday life. Keep your eyes open .Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Associates challenge a closely held personal belief. You may change your mind, at least temporarily. Allow the ideas to play out. . . . ' ....... '" I,Jbra by suggesting a gtant step forward -ratherthan,ba:by steps.-Every one has the skills they need to complete their .-. : Scorpio 23-Nov. 2 9 .. :::-field by challengtng others to reveal s ecrets. New take that information straight to the top b, a J>roposal for the bo : ss. Sagittarius (Nov. 21) -= If you want to get out of town on time, you'll need to get family members organized. Assign someone to do the laundry to free you up a bit. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You want private time with special people, but they take you out of your comfort zone. Acknowledge your limits, but go along for the ride. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Stick with an ally today to maximize productivity. Two heads really are better than one, and you surpass obstacles together that would stop either of you alone Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You find yourself relying on your instincts to handle a public situation. Enthusiastic co-work ers greet you when you return. They loved what you did Aries (March 21-April19)-Amazing ideas abound today. How to decide which to pursue? Choose playfully, the way you might if faced with a smorgasbord of ice cream flavors. Taurus (April2o-May 20) Creative ideas have you abuzz. The challenge is to maintain emotional balance to finish tasks while enjoying the company. Let your excitement bubble and take notes. Top R.ap ficks 1. Nothing' On You ......... B.o.B. Featuring Bruno Mars 2. Over .................. ......... . Drake 3-My Chick Bad ............. Ludacris Featuring Nicki Manaj 4-Lose My Mind ........... Young Jeezy Featuring Plies 5-Airplanes . .......... ... ..... B.o.B. Featuring Hayley Williams 6. All I Do Is Win .... . .... DJ Khaled Featuring T Pain, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg And Rick Ross 7-Say Something ......... . Timbaland Featuring Drake 8 I'm Back ............. ....... T.I. 9-Beamer, Benz Or Bent ley . . . . . . Lloyd Banks Featuring Juelz Santana 10. Roger That . ... ...... .... Young Money 11. Hello Good Morning ...... Diddy Dirty Money FeaturingT. I. 12. BedRock ............... Young Money Featuring Lloyd 13. Steady Mob bin' ...... ... Young Money Featuring Gucci Mane 14. Your Love ............ ... Nicki Minaj 15. Sex Room ................ Ludacris Featuring Trey Songz it Sentinel Bulletin 1\MERlC.oi:SPORF.MO!.TSf..\tf.\\'liliKL\' Movie Reviews Shrek Forever After-Shrek goes through a mid-lif e cri sis. The kids will love it Fell asleep on it. [***] Just Wright-Queen Latifah and rapper Common star in this Cinderella-type comedy. [***] Robin Hood-This movie chronicles the beginning of how Robin (Russell Crowe) becomes Robin Hood. Violent-Not for kids. [***112] Iron Man 2-Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man) and Don Cheadle (War Machine) score big with this action sequel. Opening weekend-$133M. A little long-2lf2 hrs/10 mins. [***112] A Nightmare On Elm Street -A remake from the first Elm Street franchise. The first Freddy was the best. Still #1 at the box office-$32M.[***] KickAsss-Teenagers decide to become superheroes. Not for kids. [***112] The Losers -This movie was very good. Nice twist at the end. Didn't do well at box office. [***112] The Backup Plan-J. Lo should have passed on this one. [**] Death At A Funeral-A hilarious comedy I drama starring Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence and Tracy Morgan Must See! [***112] Date Night-Above average comedy starring Tiny Fey and Steve Carroll. [**112] Why Did I Get Married Too -Better than the first. Must See! [****] Clash Of The Titans-Highly disappointed. Look like a TV miniseries! [**] How To Train Your Dragon -Kids will love this Dream Works animation.[*** ] Dairy Of A Wimpy Kid-Not really impressed with this one ... definitely wait for the video. [**] Alice In Wonderland -Alice returns to wonderland as a teenager to find out she has to slay the queen. Tim Burton's fantasy film may be too dark for kids. Made $n6M! [***] Brooklyn Finest -Director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, The Shooter) puts together this police drama starring Don Cheadle, Richard Gere and Wesley Snipes.[***] Cop Out-Bruce Willis and Tracey Morgan team up in this police buddy movie. Pretty funny. Enjoyed it! [***112] The Crazies -A virus turns the locals into murderous maniacs. Chaos at the highest level. [***1/2] RATINGS **** Very Good I *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Video City of Tampa Solid Waste Service Change "New routes begin for collection". 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Venus Reaches 3rd Round At French Open E But Oudit Causes A Stir PARIS A persistent Venus Williams advanced Wednesday to the third round of the French Op e n b y beating Arantxa Parra Santonja 6-2 6-4. Williams lost one point when she punched a volley into the top of the net, sending the ball back onto her racket. She also whiffed on a forehand and was often bested in long rallies. But serves at up to 125 mph kept her in control, and she was never broken. On the bigger points, espe cially on my serve, I thought I played those really well, Williams said. "I think that was the key." C Williams improved to 14-fE 2 on clay in 2010. She's c seeded second behind her VENUS WILLIAMS illusion of just having bare skin is definitely for me a lot more beautiful." z <( c en w :::::> 1-?c w > w c w J: en :J III :::::> a.. z i= w :..J ..J :::::> III I ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL. younger sister Serena, who scouted while sitting next to their father. The sisters could meet in the final. Fdr the day's opening match on center court, Williams again wore her lacy corset despite a brisk change in the weather, with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 6os. At her postmatch news conference, there were several questions about her outfit. "Lace has never been done before in tennis, and I've been wanting to do it for a long time," she said. "The Williams sent her flounce flying when she served. She went to deuce six times in her first service game before holding, then pulled away to take the set. In the second set, both players held until the seventh game. Williams drew Parra Santonja into a moonball rally, then sprinted forward to slam a winner. That gave Williams a 4-3 lead, and she served out the victory, her 28th in 32 matches this year. College Hill Conference Center 1 002 E. MLK Blvd. Tampa, FL 33603 June 19,2010 9:00A.M.-11 :00 A.M. Texans' Andre Johnson Hires Agent ANDRE JOHNSON HOUSTON --Houston Te xa ns wide receiver Andre Johnson is no longer relying solely on his uncle for contract advice. Johnson said Monday he has hired Kennard McGuire as his agent, but his uncle Andre Melton will remain a trusted adviser. Johnson says he has known McGuire, whose clients include Brandon Marshall and Javon Walker, since col lege. He says he and his uncle both trust him and feel com fortable with him. Johnson sat out the first three days of Houston's voluntary offseason practices because he wants a new con tract though he returned last week. He has five years remaining on an eight-year deal worth $6o million Johnson says he's "not real ly worried" about if or when he'll get a new deal Revoked ScholarshiP Surprised College Athletes COLUMBIA, Mo. --College athletes who expect to stay at their chosen schools until graduation are sometimes sur prised to learn their scholar ships only cover one year. The NCAA says its rules are clear. Athletic scholarships are merit-based awards that require adequate academic achievement as well as meet i ng "participation expectations" on the playing field. That means players can lose their scholarships, or in the words of one coach be "run off' if a better recruit is avail able. The discrepancy between NCAA rules and player experiences has caught the U.S. Justice Department's attention. The federal agency's antitrust division is investigating the one-year renewable scholarship and has interviewed NCAA officials and member schools. At Missouri forward Tyler Stone is transferring to Southeast Missouri. His moth er, Sharon Stone, sa ys the school "had to get rid of some body, though Tigers coach Mike Anderson says Stone's decision to leave was mutual. T.O.In Chicago; Could Terrell Owens be headed t o the Bears? Well, h e got the opportunity to discuss the matter with qu arterback Jay Cutler and tight end Greg Olsen when they crossed paths late Sunday night at Underground. Owens us e d hi s p e rsonal Twitter account to announce tha t he was at the popular nightclub and that he'd run into Cutler and Olsen. The free-agent wide receiver is 36 and to this point there haven' t been many teams showing interest in him. Seattle recently has been mentioned as a possible TERRELL OWENS destination. Owens made 55 receptions for 829 yards and five touch downs last season in Buffalo. Titans Hope To Sit Down With Chris Johnson Soon NASHVILLE, Tenn. -Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher says the Titans would like to meet and talk with unhappy running back Chris Johnson before the team's next minicamps in June. Johnson has stayed away from the team's offseason program and voluntary minicamps including Tuesday's session. The Associated Press NFL 2009 Offensive Player of the Year wants a pay hike after becoming the sixth man in league history to rush for at least 2,000 yards. The Titans have argued pub licly that Johnson has three years left on the five-year, $12 million deal signed in 2008 that guaranteed him just CHRIS JOHNSON under $7 million. Fisher said Johnson had asked him to take part in the running back's football camp. Fisher said he wants the run ning back to take part in his camp. Vikings QB Bren Favre Has Ankle Suruerv Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre underwent arthroscopic left ankle surgery on last Friday morn ing in Florida. Favre's future has been up in the air since the Vikings lost to New Orleans in the NFC championship game. He had said he would need ankle surgery if he wanted to play in 2010, but there was no word Frida y about his play ing career. Dr. James Andrews cleaned up scar tissue in Favre's ankle to increase his range of motion. The operation took place at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, FL. Favre, who turns 41 in October said April 30 he had talked to Andrews over the phone about his injured ankle. BREIT FAVRE The surgery came one day after Favre visited the Southern Mississippi baseball team in Hattiesburg, Miss., and told the Golden Eagles he would return for one more season in, the NFL if the y made it to the College World Series for the second consecutive year.

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PHOENIX--A cagy Phil Jackson said Tuesday he has "no desire at all" to return to Chicago to coach the Bulls, though he would like to have a vodka" with the new owner of the New Jersey Nets. The Los Angeles Lakers coach addressed two reports by ESPN that the Bulls and Nets have worked through back channels to gauge his interest, saying those channels haven't reached him. Jackson, who has coached teams to 10 NBA titles, is on the final year of his contract with the Lakers and has said there was "a go percent" chance he would either return to the team for an nth season or would retire. His comment on the Nets referred to the billionaire PHIL JACKSON new owner of the franchise, Russian Mikhail Prokhorov. "I'd like to have a, you know, vodka with him at some point," Jackson said. "He seems like a very inter esting young man." While some believe Doc Rivers is the best coach in the NBA, some wonder if he'll switch to TV in 2010-11. [Coaching friends] have been saying they believe he'll take a leave for next season, though if the Celtics win the cham pionship that likely would change. (8.:1.3) 248-192:1_ With Doug Collins going to coach the 76ers, TNT is said to be interested iri Rivers and/or Steve Kerr. Kerr is in his final season of his contract and while expected to return, this might be a good time to get out on top with questions about whether ownership will pay Amar'e Stoudemire or likely lose him in free agency. FOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT -' -_j fiJ USED TIRES tg.QQ* From 225-60-16 Per Tore & MountiogAnd Balancing & Tax OIL CHANGE $;1! 7,79S II II MOST CARS Tune-Ups Computer Diagnostics & Repairs A/C Foreign & Domestic Alignment Brakes CV Joints Transmission Service New' & Used Tires And More! GREAT DEALS: 205/40/17 215/35/18 225/40/18 225/35/20 245/35/20 245/30/22 255/35/20 255/30/22 265/35/22 265/30/22 295/30/22 24'-28'ANO MOREl President Barack Obama is projecting a Los Angeles Lakers win in the NBA finals. Obama said in an interview that he's be en surprised by Boston, but believes Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and coach Phil Jackson would be too much for the Celtics "I've got to go with the Lakers again," Obama said. "I think Gasol may be the best big man in the league right now. He's different from Dwight Howard, but he's (got) unbelievable foot work, speed, savvy, he's play ing magnificently. "Kobe is the fiercest competitor in the league and they've got what I continue to believe is the best coach in PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA the NBA right now in Phil -! ackson, so they're going to be formidable and I think it'll be a tough series. Boston's a veteran club, but the Lakers are looking pretty good." ., r-0 :::0 en Tampa Fallin:. 2014 Super Bowl Chase m z z m r-1 OJ c: MIAMI --Moments after their bids to host the 2014 Super Bowl were l eft out in the cold; hopeful organizers from Miami and Tampa began looking at the same thing. That, of course, was 2015 -and finding a way to get foot ball's biggest s pectacle back to the Sunshine State. "The sooner the better," Miami Dolphins CEO Mike r r-Dee said m With an outcome tha t i wasn't surprising though no "'D less disappointing, Tampa C: and Miami missed out Tuesday when NFL owners en awarded the 2014 Super ffi Bowl to the new $1.6 billion C open-air stadium in East m Rutherford, N .J. that the New York Giants and New York Jets will start calling home this fall. ffi en c _)> z c ., :::0 c

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0------------------------------------------------------------------------------________________________________________________________________ __ co ('II :1: c KRS-One Bovcons Hip-Hop Museum a: u.. KRS-One is continuing to speak out against the proposed erection of the National Museum of HipHop. The Teacha was supposed to host the launch ceremony for the museum, but instead spoke out saying that he and several other pio n ee rs did not and would not support th e institution. Now h e's speaking out again and says that the pioneers feature d in the upcoming buildin g s hould receive some kind of compensation. In addition to KRS-One, Chuck D of Public Enemy has made it clear that he's no fan of the museum. He was expected to co-host the museum's April Gala at New York's Pink Elephant > nightclub, but left early saying, "This is like the O.K. if U;. ; .: KRS-ONE The rappers a nd their supporters have since formed the Universal Federation for Preservation of Hip-Hop, what is described as a sort of "union to generate revenue for the pioneers. Federation members would license their memorabilia to be used at museums or in movies for a fee. z <(, c en w ::::) .... w > w 0 w J: en ::::i m ::::) ll. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m I ...J w z i= z w en if 0 ...J u.. Nicki Minai To Grace Next Cover Of Vi be Magazine NICKI MINA.J ... On The Cover OfVibe The Queen of Young Money will grace the next cover of Vibe Magazine. ludacris' Foundation Helps Build Plavuround LUDACRIS For Southwest Atlanta Venetian Hills Elementary School, a simple playground that comes off as a necessity was clearly a privilege they were without, as it was non existent for 15 years. The Ludacris Foundation., however, felt it was a right for these children to have an area to play and teamed with United Health Care to help make that happen. lil Kim Reponedlv Signs To Jav-zs Label JAY-Z 'And LIL KIM In the midst of trying to:. revive her career Lil Kim is reportedly making a monumental move and signing to Jay-Z's Roc Nation label. Rumors of the Queen Bee's reported signing are swirling especially now that new music from Kim has hit the net. As previously reported Kim tried her hand at a remake of Waka Flocka Flame's "0 Let's Do It" and previously released tracks to the net including Pu**y Purr" and "Sex Toy Beanie Sigel Back To Dissing Jav-z Just when Jay Z thought it was safe to come out and play again, the Broad Street Bully has returned to the playground to continue wreaking havoc on S. Carter. With his issues believed to be dead and gone after the close of 2009, Beanie Sigel is still at it with his antiJay-Z campaign, which he s howcased during a performance feat uring Freeway, Peedi Crakk and other State Property affiliates. If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Clearly Sigel didn't get the memo that Hov wasn't really with the BEANIE SIGEL beef these days, but he sure looks to want to pull the fight out of the dog, or just stay relevant. Suge Knight Accused 01 Organizing A Murder Plot After just being released from jail, Suge Knight, the former record mogul arid one time owner of Death Row Records, has been accused of allegedly organizing a murder plot according to legal documents. Since the allegations, Suge Knight has been ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from a:n L.A. man after an altercation on Friday in which the accuser stated he "had 8 guys come to my house and told them to get me or kill me.'1 Suge is due back in court SUGEKNIGHT on June the new set of charges. Nas And Kelis Finalize Thei_ r Divorce Court filings show a judge has dissolved the union between singer Kelis Rogers and rapper Nas, whose full-name is_ Nasir Jones. LOS ANGELES --Filings show a judge on Friday dissolved the union between singer Kelis Rogers and rapper Nas, whose full name is Nasir Jones. No other details were revealed. Rogers, best known for her feisty tune "M ilkshake ," filed for divorce last May, citing irreconcilable differences. Jones, considered one of rap's most popular artists, just released a collaborative album with reggae' s Damian Marley. Documents show the couple married in July 2003. Jones was ordered in December to pay more than $51,000 a month to Rogers and their infant son.

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entertainment Irina's Amazin' Cosmetics line To Benefit Haiti After successfully rel e asing her fifth studio album Trina is continuing on with plans to release her Amazin' cos m e tics line. As previously reported the Diamond Princess is set to debut a line of makeup that would include lip gloss and eye lashes designed by Trina herself. In conjunction with the launch of Amazin' Cosmetics, Trina is joining forces with the Carma Foundation for a partnership titled "Amazing Gloss for An Amazing Cause. Trina and the Carma Foundation will donate a portion of the proceeds from her lip gloss sales to Haiti to benefit children orphaned by the quake. In addition she' ll kick off her "Amazin Summer Challenge" on June 13th, encouraging city officials, celebrities and athletes to get involved by donating Promise Pac-ks from the Worlq Vision organization to Haiti. The Promise Packs will TRINA include hygiene products, school supplies, and help to provide food and shelter for children. Trina previously expresed interest in adopting a child from Haiti as well. Trina's Amazin cosmetics line features her "Amazin' Lip Wear which consists of a palette of vibrant lip glosses with a built in sponge appli cator as well as her Amazin' diamond studded eyelashes She will also introduce a new fragrance, Pink Diamond," this fall. The Game ... Deads Beef With 50 Cent 50 CENT And THE GAME West coast emcee The Game has declared that he officially no longer has beef with anyone in Hip-Hop, at least for right now. The rapper discussed fans' reaction to a mb: tape with no lyrical jabs stating that "peo ple were pleased with just the music." He also revealed that he feels that if 50 Cent was able to put his 'ego' aside, the two would be able to squash their beef for good. Waka Flocka Anacked With Bonles At Concen G .ucci Mane protege and ATLien Waka Flocka Flame can't seem to catch a break these days. An unknown man rapper and his crew on the set of a video shoot, claiming that he not only shot Flocka, but also dared him to do something about it. .; '' Now it seems that an unidentified group of people have decided to join in on the action, by throwing bottles on stage at Waka Flocka while he was performing at a club. The incident, which was caught on video while Wacka was filming for the Trill DVD series, shows the crowd initially leaning with Flocka, but then something went wrong and bottles started fly ing. Although no police were c alled during the incident, Flocka states that his recent attacks are a result of scary n ****" being jealous. Romeo Dating Housewives Of All's Former 'StepDaughter' Looks like Master P's son Romeo Miller is celebr a t ing more than his n e w group and album. The former No Limit soldier turned Trojan has offi cially announced that he is dating Kaitlin Najjar -daughte r of Atlanta Real Estate developer Lee Najjar. For those who don't know Najjar by his government name, Lee also goes by the alias "Big Pappa" and is best known for his on again off again fling with Atlanta Housewife Kim Zolciak. It is reported that the two met at USC, where they both KAITLIN NAJJAR And ROMEO attend school, Kaitlin's brother also helps manage a group that Romeo created. Romeo, who is not shy referred to her as his "special somebody" via his Facebook page. Rapper Rick Ross Sued Bv Former Drug Kingpin Miami bred rapper Rick Ross may be facing another don in court, this time it's not a DJ, but the real Rick Ross who says that the rap per is using his name illegally. According to sources, drug king pin Rick Ross (the real one) is planning to file a law suit against Rick Ross the rapper and his label home Def Jam Records, claiming the rapper stole his identity. The case originally started in 2006 when Ross sent a cease-and-desist letter to Def Jam regarding the issue which Ross alleges were ignored. Upon the real Rick Ross' release from prison in 2009, he made it clear that the rapper was using not only his name, but his entire image as a drug dealer to sell records. Ross claims that Miami rapper Rick Ross (William Leonard Roberts II) signed a multimillion dollar deal in 2006; based on his image and likeness as a drug dealer. The real Rick Ross controlled thousands of workers Braider & Barber FREEWAY RICKY And m THE RAPPER RICK ROSS < m at the height of his power in the mid-198o's, who dealt millions of dollars worth of m cocaine each day. In 1996, Ross was sen->. tenced to life in prison for attempting to purchase over z 100 kilograms of cocaine, but C the verdict was over turned ., after a series of explosive c articles appeared in the San Jose Mercury News, which exposed the C.I.A.'s role in distributing cocaine to Black communities to fund Contra fighters in Nicaragua. The real Rick Ross and his legal team have dubbed their lawsuit as .The War Against the 4" (Def.Jam, Universal, Roberts and more), "The Thriller of the Dealers" and "The 'Real' vs. the 'Rap' Deal."

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0 a: u. 0 z <( 0 C/) w 1-> a: w > W 0 w ::I: C/) :J m D.. z i= w .J .:.J m I .J w z i= z W en <( 0 a: 0 .J u. <( I Q) ,... w Cl MRS. LIZZIE MAE 'MUH' HUNTER Homegoing service for Mrs. Lizzie Mae "Muh" Hunter of 2335 W. Chestnut St., who passed away May 21, 2010, will be held Saturday, May 29th, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. Ernest Washington, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Lizzie was born on April 30, 1922, in Jenkins, Georgia. She enjoyed cooking, keeping children and fishing. She was preceded in death by: her father, Walter Young; mother, Margaretta Young; husband, Leonard Hunter; sons, Leonard Hunter, Jr., Homer Hunter, Sr., and Ralph Hunter; daughter, Judy Hunter; brothers, Lonnie Roy Young and Robert Young; and sisters, Mattie Mae Stamper and Minnie Lee Clemons. She is survived by: her children, Lucious-Hunter, Sr., and wife, Ann; Leroy Hunter, Sr., and wife, Elouise Brown (Dean), Annie Lois Walker and husband, Edwin, Charlotte Everett (Ricky); daughters-inlaw, Emma Hunter and Mamie Hunter; 22 grandchildren; special great grandson, Anthony Paca Harris; 48 great grandchildren; 20 great, great grandchildren; 'br-other, Melvin Young; sister, Kathrine Lane; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; and a host of sorrowing long time friends, Agnes Williams and family, Kate Bennett and family, KaTina Johnson, Pastor, Joe Jackson ;md family, JB Williams and family and Lucy Nieves and family. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m. on Friday evening. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Www.aikensfuneralhome.net {Sl3) 232-8725 F.lX. (813) 231-0521 -let Our Family Take Care Of Your "We Are The To A Fine And __ ,,.,... ... MR. LOUIS JACKSON Homegoing service for Bro. Louis Jackson, of 4402 Tuna Drive, who passed away on May 19, 2010, will be held on Saturday, May 29th, at 12 p. m. at Pleasant Chapel A. M. E. Church, 2615 East Chipco Street, Tampa, 33605, Rev. Esther Eva, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Bro. Jackson was born in Ocala, FL, and attended the Marion County Public Schools. He joined the U.S. Army in 1961 and served for 7 years, serving one year in Vietnam as a Platoon Sergeant. He continued his education at Tampa Technician Institute, receiving a degree in Architectural Drafting. Louis was the owner and operator of Jackson Enterprises, Inc. for over 15 years. Bro. Jackson was a meniber of Pleasant Chapel A. M. E. Church for over 20 years, where he was a member of the choir, Past Superintendent of the Church School and Pro-Tern of the Trustee Board. He was preceded in death by: his father, James Jackson; and sister, Eleanor Beauford. He -leaves to cherish his memory: loving and devoted wife, Peggy Jackson; two sons, Louis A. Jackson (Ruby) and Christopher Jackson and wife, Angela; granddaughters, Arianna and_ Marrisa Hornsby; mother, Bernice Jackson; brothers, James E. Jackson, Jr. and wife, Christine, Larrie D. Jackson and Valerie, Leslie B. Jackson and wife, Sandra, Gregory Jackson and wife, Harritte, Zarah "Lee Andrew" Jackson and Isaac "Ike" Jackson; brother-in-law, James Beauford; sisters, Helen Mitchell, Pauline Bacon and husband, Isaiah, Carolyn Jackson, Roxieann Jackson, Cheryl Leonard and husband, Robin, and Valerie Schlosser; uncle, Rupert "Daniel" -Jackson and Arie; and a host o:f nieces, nephews, cousins, other family members -and sorrowing friends. The _viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m.., Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p.m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 11:45 a. m. on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net t Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 3361-0 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation RAYMONDANDERSON L F.D ( )ur h unilv Can !'vleet '{our Famllv's ./ MRS. WILLETHA MAYS Homegoing services for Mrs. Willetha Mays "Blood," of 2507 E. 38th Ave., who passed away Wednesday, May 26, 2010, will be held Saturday, May 29, 2010, at 10 a.m. at Hands Of God Ministry,. 2918 E. 27th Avenue, Bishop Clayton Ferguson, Jr., officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Willetha was born November 19, 1931, in Tampa, to the parentage of Lucinda Powell Grantley and John Hemy Avery. Willetha attended the schools of Gadsden County and had been employed with Tampa General Hospital. She met her husband, Julius Mays and they were married until his demise in 1992. Willetha was known as a fun loving woman who had a gorgeous and contagious smile. She loved to cook for her family and friends, especially after a day of fishing (her favorite pasttime). Her love for music and life is how she will be remembered by family and friends. Willetha was preceded in death by: her parents; husband; daughter, Shirley Turner; and brothers, James, Avery and Horace Jones. Sh_ e leaves to cherish her memory: loving and devoted granddaughters, Ericka Hightower (John) and Zandra Turner; sister, Rose Artis of New York; sister-in-law, Annie_ Will Jones and Betty Thomas; great grandchildren, Darius Turner, Alicia Turner and Equaisha Brooks; great, great grandchild, Ava Turner; nieces, Joyce Mitchell, Cynthia Wyatt and Veatrice Renee Brown; nephews, Lenoris Avery, Kelvin Artis and John Artis of New York and Patrick Lee Jones (Rosalind); and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, May 29, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. -Family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net Integrity Services The Heart Of Serving Family First Affordable Prices To MeetYourNeeds Cremations Memorials Burials 3822 E. 7th Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605 Phone Us At 1813i 248-5000 2301 N. Nebraska Avenue Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 224-9557 FOUNDED ON FAITH "Home Of The Best Package Deals" MR. WILLIE ALTON ALLEN Homegoing celebration for Mr. Willie Alton "Good Tooth Shorty" Allen of 6907 N. Lynn Avenue, who passed away on Friday, May21, 2010, at his residence, will be held Saturday, May 29, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Highland Avenue Church Of Christ, 2800 Highland with the Elder Joe Lowe, officiating. Interment will be held on Sunday, May 30, 2010, at Southside Cemetery in Tallahassee. Mr. Willie Allen was born January 31, 1949, in Blakley, GA. He grew up in Tallahassee and graduated from Lincoln High School. He also attended FloridaA&M University. Later, he relocated to Tampa and was employed at Tampa General Hospital in the Cardiac Unit for over 12 years until he retired. Willie became ill in June 2009. He was preceded in death by his father, Mr. Percy Lee Bankston. Mr. Willie Allen leaves to cherish his fond memories: a loving and devoted wife, Linda M. Allen; a loving mother, Franklie Mae Allen; three sons, Christopher Allen, Sr., Shadrick Allen and Mario Allen; three daughters, Aisha Allen, Monica Dunlap and Dianna Jones; grandchildren, Carrin, Chrishava, Christopher and Christopher Allen1 Jr., Javeion Staten, Carlisia and Zikeria Smith, Sherkeysia and Sherkayla Johnson, Nazar, Harmony and Keyonna Allen, Quanishia Dunlap, Kiara, Lamont and Lamontrill Baldwin, Terrence and Terrencia Garrett, Taray andTerrelle Dunlap, Tianna Hugee, Aurthur Thompson, Delvin and Dalvon Soares and Aaliyah Allen; great grands, Le'ondre Thompson and lonnie Nieves; five brothers, Bobby Allen, Samuel Rogers; Robert Corbelt, Edison Balcom, Jr. and Terry Allen, Sr.; five sisters, Fronie Yates, Viola Drew, Christine Bean, Patricia Olagun and Belores Mosley; nine sisters-inlaw, Allen, Letha alcorn, Marilyn Corbelt, Eddie Ruth Allen; Lawanda Brown, Sarah Solomon, Anita Cherry, Judy Linwood and Betty Dunlap; four brothers-in-law, Timothy Joe Drew, Yummy Olagun and Waylin Linwood, Jr.; aunt, Luvenia Lynn; nephew, Rojalio Williamson; and Mr. Allen; caretaker, Donna Diaz; and a host of friends, cousins, aurits, nephews and nieces. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m. on Friday, May 28, 2010, at Eastside Funeral Home, Inc., 2301 N. Nebraska Avenue. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. in the chapel. The funeral cortege will arrange from 6907 N. Lynn Avenue. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m. on Saturday, May 29, 2010. AN EASTSIDE SERVICE MRS. SALLY LEE REDDICK The beloved Sister Sally Lee Reddick, passed away May 15, 2010, funeral services will be held Saturday, May 29, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, Pastor Anna Figueroa, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Sister Sally Lee Reddick was a native of Deerfield, FL. She attended the public schools in Central Florida. Her hobbies were cooking shopping and spending time with your children and grandchildren. She was a family oriented person. She was a part of the Chur,ch Of God in Tampa, a faithful servant even attending the last service. Her legacy of being a Christian mother and a person with great working ethics will live on through her family. She was preceded in death by her mother the late Mrs. Martha L. Harper. Sister Sally leaves behind to cherish her memory: her husband, Mr. Walter Reddick; her children, Ricky Williams, Rebecca Williams, Patricia Miranda, John Coran, Pamela Williams and Joseph William; brothers, Claude Stallworth, John Harper, Curtis Harper, Chester Harper and Collin -Parker; sister, Earnestine Owens; 16 grandchildren, Ashley Eubanks, Troy Eubanks, Jr., Brittany Eubanks, Jermaine Williams, Anna Stallworth, Teirra Eubanks, Rickeshia Williams, De Johntae Grant, Johntavias Grant, Richard Haney, III, Alejandro Miranda, Richanna Haney, Jahansa Grant, Riquonda Haney, Rinetria Haney and Johndraius Grant; great grandchildren, Anthony Stevens, Jr., Malik Eubanks, Malvik Eubanks, Marquis McDaniels, Jr., Angelica Williams and family, Angela Carmichael, Rodney Hicks and family, Tonya O'kelle; Johnetha Harper and family, Shanteil Harper and family, Conesthia Eleonu and family, Elisa Harper, Chester Harper, Jr. and family, Tracy Burch and Martha Thompson fantily, Shannon Harper, Enn Harper, Darrin Covington and Curtis Harper, Jr. and family; a host of nieces and nephews and family fi-om the state of Alabama; friends Tonya Brown and Lilly Perdomo, Geraldine Waters and Myrtle Lee; and many other family members; her church family and friends; nieces and nephews cousins, and many more sorrowing family members and friends. Visitation for Sister Sally Lee Reddick will be held this Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home. Friends attending the home going service are asked to assemble at the funeral home at 12:45p.m. A HARMON BURIAL. t

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MR. DARRELL LAMONT CHASE A homegoing memorial celebration remembering the life of Mr. Darrell Lamont Chase, who passed away on May 19, 2010, will be held Saturday, May 29, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Genesis Worship Center of Tampa Bay, 2711 E. 18th Ave., with Elder Freddie Wright, officiating. Interment will be private. Mr. Darrell Lamont Chase was a native of Trenton, New Jersey. He attended Trenton Central High School. After graduating he served in the U. S. Army and was ranked Et. After receiving an honorable discharge from the military he was employed as a general laborer and security guard most of his life. His hobbies were piano playing and basketball. He was a faithful member of Genesis Worship Center under the pasto ring of-Pastor Alfonso Broughton, Senior Pastor. Mr. Chase Was preceded in death by: his father, Willie Chase, Sr.; his mother, Nancy White; and stepfather, Benny Matlock. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted wife, Sharon Chase; 2 sons, Darrell Chase, Jr. of New Jersey, and ManSa RaFa Chase of Newark, NJ; 2 daughters, Streeta Chase and Kenya Chase of New Jersey; 10 stepchildren; 11 grandchildren; as a son Kalil Chase New Jersey; brother, Willie Chase, Jr. (Lisa), New Jersey; sisters, Gertrude Johnson (James), New Jersey, and Michelle Matlock, New Jersey; aunt, Marie Matlock of New Jersey; mother-in-law, Pauline Jones, Tantpa; sister-in-law, Toni Lester, Tampa; devoted family friends, Elder Freddie and Phyllis Wright; a host of uncles and nieces and nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends. Friends attending the home going memorial service are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. on Saturday morning. A HARMON BURIAL. CRISIS MRS. VERNA MAE THOMAS Funeral services for Mrs. Verna Mae Thomas, who passed away on May 23, 2010, will be held Saturday, May 29, 2010, at 12 noon at New Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, Rev. Madison Murray, pastor, and Elder David R. Watkins, Pastor at Restoration Ministries World Wide, Inc., eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Thomas was born in Tampa, and was educated in Hillsborough County Public Schools. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Thomas and Beatrice Jolly; 2 sisters, Gloria Jolly and Annie Lee Craft; and 2 brothers, Thomas Jolly, Jr., and Curtis Jolly. Mrs. Thomas retired in 2007 from Accra Shred, after 22 years of service. She leaves to cherish fond memories: her husband of 36 years, James E. Thomas; 2 sisters, Margie Jolly and Verdell Jolly-Cochran; 5 brothers-inlaw, Joe Thomas, Phillip Thomas, John Hunt, Will McDonald, Sr., and Ed McDonald; 3 sisters-in-law, Frieda McDonald, Emma Robinson and Gloria Thomas; 2 best friends, Anguree Sledge and Julie Thomas; a host of nieces and nephews, Will, Jr., Valerie Rodgers, Vernadine Wilson, Stevie Wilson, Talonda Hankins, Donna Hankins, Kathy Leysath and husband, Jantes, Willie L. Cochran, Charles Cochran and Wanda, Julie Benton and husband, Dino, J antes Cochran and wife, Benetta, Thomas Jolly, III, and wife, Patrick Jolly and wife, and Fred Jolly; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation will be Friday, May 28, 2010, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street, from 5-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 11:45 a. m., Saturday, May 29, 2010. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD N. 40th Street Ta Florida 3361 0 MR.DEREKM. ANDERSON, SR. Mr. Derek M. Anderson, Sr. of 5715 Stevens Court, #4-209, passed away Wednesday, May 19,2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 29, 2010, at 2 p. m. at New Salem Primitive Baptist Church, 1605 North Nebraska Avenue, with Reverend Thomas L. Hadden, III, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Derek M. Anderson, Sr. was born on April 19, 1989, to Wanda L. Gilchrist-Anderson and Leandrew Jackson. He was a native of St. Petersburg, and a resident of Tampa for 21 years. Derek was a 2007 graduate of Howard W. Blake High School and was currently enrolled to begin classes at HCC in the summer. He was a devoted father to his new son, Derek, Jr. Derek accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age. He became a member of Ebenezer M. B. Church and later a member of New Salem M. B. Church. At the time of his demise, he had no church affiliation, but from time to time, be would visit People for Christ Ministries with his mother. He was preceded in death by his grandmothers, Annie Ruth Jackson and Erma Patricia Franklin. Derek leaves to cherish his memory: mother, Wanda L. Gilchrist-Anderson; father, Leandrew Jackson; stepfather, Theddis Clark; son, Derek M. Anderson, Jr.; companion, Jelisha Johnson; sisters, Antoinette Gilchrist-Colbert (Harmon), Tamora Dorn and Mylashia Jackson; nephews, Herbert L. Davis, Jr., A'Veon Smith and Lecardo Albury, Jr.; maternal grandparents, Herman and Saundra Gilchrist, Jeryl and Madelyn Cook; paternal grandparents, Samuel and Veatta Jackson; adopted grandmother, Mary Watson and family; aunts, Alicia Gilchrist, Shemika Soloman (Brian), Latasa Williams (Derrick), Kawanis Foulk (John), Tonya Pelk, Renee Thompson, Joye Brown, Debra Jackson, Patricia Jackson-Gilchrist (Roland), Lori Carr, and Stephanie Bridges (Morrell); great aunts, Debra Pearson (Vernon), Phyllis Farmer, Mary Archie-Clark, Mona Mitchell, Inez Archie, Josephine Carter (Pete), Eleanor Kelly (Lee), and Juanita Lewis; uncles, Reginald Gilchrist (Valencia), Ronald Gilchrist, Roland Gilchrist (Patricia), Rodnick Boyd (Tee), and Samuel Jackson, Jr. (Patricia); great uncles, Joe Archie (Jackie), DennitArchie (Mary), Jimmy L. Gilchrist (Linda), and Lander Clemen; best friend, Joseph Anderson, Jr. and famil y ; and a host of sorrowing cousins and friends The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, Friday, May 28, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. HowardAv-cnue Arrangen1cnts entrus t e d to RAY WILLIAMS FUNER A L HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owne1 s MRS. PANSY LEE SHEEHY BAINS Mrs. Pansy Lee Sheehy Bains of 1720 Grace Street, passed away Saturday, May 22, 2010. Graveside services will be conducted Saturday, May 29, 2010, at 10 a. m. at Garden of Memories, 4207 E. Lake Avenue. Interment will follow immediately. Mrs. Bains was a native of Tampa, and a resident of Tampa for 91 years. She attended Middleton High School and was a member of St. Chads Episcopal Church. She was employed as a Bookkeeper at Tampa Housing Authority. She leaves to cherish her memory: devoted and loving children, Charles L. Mendoza and Joy L. Torres (Enrique); six loving grandchildren, Rose, Carol and Alfredo Mendoza, Chrystal, Maria and Enrique Torres, Jr.; loving and devoted niece, Phyllis R. Lee (Clarence}; loving and devoted nephew, Marvin E. Thrash (Alberta); great grandchildren, Marisela, Celia, Michael, Anthony, and Yulissa; great, great grandchildren, Dayanara, Jomar; and many more. Also left to cherish her mem ory are caregivers, Ayesha Reed, Eve Brockington, Mary Southwell, and Joy Bass. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, Friday, May 28, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern,Owners. MR. JOHN WESLEY GIBBONS Mr. John Wesley Gibbons of 9102 Hidden Water Circle, Riverview, FL, passed away Tuesday, May 25, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 29, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Spring Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, with Reverend Eugene Garnett, officiating. Mr. Gibbons was a native of Florida, moved to New York during his youth, and returned as a resident of the Tampa area for the last twenty years. He attended De Witt Clinton High School and John Jay College of Criminal Justice, both in New York. Mr. Gibbons was a member of the Nelson Lodge #6 under the Grand Cypress Lodge in Miami, FL, where he was the recipient of the 33rd Degree in the House of the Shriners. He was employed as a New York City Housing Police Officer and as an Investigator at the Tampa Department of Children and Family Services. ::II 0 s: I\) (X) I\) 0 ...... 0 r-0 :::c 0 )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 He leaves to cherish his memory: his father,_Jobn Gibbons of Tampa; his wife, Elaine Gibbons; his daughter, Gigi, and her children, David and Daniel, "'tt and her grandchildren, Xavier C: and Maurice of Orlando; his tD son, Tyi-one, and his wife, !: Michele, and their children, CJ) Madison and Dylan of Long Is-land, NY; his daughter, Lesa and 0 her son, Adrian of Las Vegas, m NV; his daughter, Kiya and her < husband, Rory and their chil-m dren, Jordan and Kiana of Las :::C Vegas, NV; his son, Timothy of -< Tampa; his father-in-law and -t mother-in-law, Rev. Garfield and Margie Rogers of Cross, SC; CJ) his brother-in-law, Victor C Rogers of Cross, SC; his brother-in-law, Pierre Johnson of Fair-....., field, GA; his brother-in-law, )> James Powell of NYC, NY; his Z sister-in-law, Jane Powell of 0 NYC, NY; his brother-in-law, Darrold Rogers and his wife, :::C Ivy, of Jamaica, NY; and a host 0 of other sorrowing relatives and friends. tD c: r rm :::! z The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, Friday, .May 28, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. t "A Family Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner

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., Memoriams BIRTHDAY IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM MEMORIAM MR. BOOKER T. TURNER May 24, 1929 -January 22,2010 Happy birthday Daddy. It's only been 4 months since you've been gone and already that's too long. I miss you and love you. Barbara and the kids. REMEMBERING YOUR BIRTHDAY CYNTHIA GARCIA AVERY May 31, 1948 -February 8, 2008 Memories grow more meaningful with every passing year, more precious and more beautiful, more treasured and more dear. Love always. Rhonie and Ann Scott, Timmy, Colette and Tony Avery. IN LOVING MEMORY THELMA C. GARCIA October 12, 1909 -May24, 2003 When we think of our mothers, we draw nearer to God above, for only God in His greatness could fashion a mother's love. Love and miss you, Scott, Redding and Sisk families. REGINA and FREDRICK CHEATHAM ANNIER. CHEATHAM BRYANT In memory of our sister, Annie Cheatham Bryant, 4/7/36-3/4/03; daughter, Regina, 1/21/65-5/31/03; and son, Frederick, 1/28/61-S/31/ot. Forever missed by your family and friends. IN MEMORIAM HOWARD A. HOWARD A. WILLIAMS, SR. WILLIAMS, JR. To my Dad and Brother, it doesn't get easier, our hearts still cry tears. We all miss you. From, Kim, mom and the Mills and Williams families. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM 'YOU SEE IT, PUT IT IN THERE!' MS. PEARLIE MAE MELVIN Sunrise: 5/31/28 Sunset: 5 /30/09 Oh, not a day goes by that I don't cry and ask why, why, why you had to die. It's so hard to say goodbye. I am only a man, but God has the master plan. But yet, I still stand, for it's out of my hand. Missing you, loving you. You are forever in our hearts ... your son, wife and loved ones. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. ROSE MARIE SMITH 2/22/41-5/36/03 We love you and miss you very much. Love always, Ceceilia, Deont'a, Dontae, DeVonta, "Tangy" Tara, Corelle and Selena. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM LOUIS MCNAIR Sunrise: May 31, 1911 Sunset: June 11, 1995 Happy birthday Daddy, you will forever be in our hearts. We will always love you Daddy and you will never be forgotten. From: your children, George and Lula; son-in-law, Leon; grandchildren, Timothy and Dolphus; and all of your family. Love always. MEL VENA 'B. I.' MOORE They were there for us and for our Some couldn't wait to come home to they loved. .. others gave the ultimare Happy birthday to our mother, gone but not forgotten. From: your sons, Horace, Darryl, Keith, Drew and Dominique Moore; grandkids, Donteyc, Kim, Angel, TyJi, Drew and Tamika Goodson. Today; as every day; they remain FUNERAL HOME 3000 N 29th St Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 C200 1 1\) (X) 1\) 0 .... 0 ., .-0 c )> en m z :::! z m .-1 m c: r.m :::! z ., c: m !: en ::J: m c m < m -< -4 c: m en c )> z c ., c )> < C) m 1\) ..... I )>

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Memoriams/Cards of Thanks REMEMBERING MOTHER c a: LL MRS. MARGARET MADDOX May1998 Twelve years now mother, without that beautiful smile, yet it seems like yesterday. Forever in our hearts. The Maddox Family. c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w ;::::) 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: CJ) :::::i m ;::::) D.. IN MEMORIAM RICQUIERA Z Remembering all the years j:: we shared. W Including all the times you :I stared. ;::::) Could it be you always knew. m Quiet times would help us ...J through. W Underneath all the pain. Z In Reality there's no one to i= blame. Z Everyone misses you the w CJ) <( c a: 0 ...J LL <( I N N w same. Running out of time to say. A storm came one year ago today. "We love you and miss you Fatty." Mom, Bridgette, Kia, Ron, Racquet and family. REST IN PEACE MISS PATRICIA A. BOYKINS Rest in peace and worry no more, for truly you'll be missed and we'll always adore. But your pain is all gone, so why should we: moan? The Lord has called your sweet soul to rest in peace and come on home. Sheria, Tamika, Peggy, Mother, Ray and brother, Earl. IN MEMORIAM RICQUIERA (FATfY) TUCKER It's been one year since you've been called to the mansion in the deep blue sky. All my loved ones don't cry I have no pain and suffering to do. I have been called home and I know you will to. Love always, Rika, Nicole and family. CARD OF THANKS DEBORAH JONES The family of Deborah Jones extends heartfelt gratitude to everyone for the outpouring of love shown during our bereavement. We appreciate all the cards, food and condolences. We love you and May God bless you all. Martha J. Lewis, Erik Jones and family. IN MEMORIAM ROBERT C. HOUSE It's been a year since you've been gone and although it seems like forever, we can't express how much it hurt us when you left this world. We have so many questions, until we just don't know where.to start. All we can say is why, why us, why him, he was just too young. We love you brus: Ebony, Robert, Teawanna, Jessica, Cornelius, Veronica and Derrick Marcus. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MORRIS C. WILLIAMS 5/28/50-11/4/07 You are thought of daily, our memories of you will never cease. We loved you so very much. Sadly missed by: your parents, Clifton and Margaret Williams and family; your wife, Vanette and children; and all other family members and relatives. OUR THANKS DEACON CRAWFORD WILLIAMS Our gratitude to you, our friends for your caring acts of kindness given to us. We will always remember y1tu and we say thanks. A special thanks to: Chandler Funeral Chapel of Bradenton, FL, Everett-Derr & Anderson ofTampa, both for a professional and a very high type funeral service given. May God bless you. The Williams Family. CARD OF THANKS ANNIEMUREL COLE The family of Annie Murel Cole would like to thank you for all acts of kindness, prayers, phone calls, flowers and cards of condolences during our time of bereavement. Arthur Cole, Willie Brown, Jimmy Williams, Oris Broxton, U1ysee Cole and Millie Cole-Warren. CARD OF THANKS LAVOiuA MATIHEWS The Matthews and McTier families would like to thank everyone for their kindness, love and support during this difficult time. From: her 5 brothers, Johnny, Jr., Jerome, Jeffery "Chad', Lawrence and Marco; 2 sons, Cory and Colby; 5 aunts and 3 uncles, father, other relatives and friends. CARD OF THANKS MS. KATRINA A. CLEVELAND On behalf of the family of Ms. Katrina A. Cleveland, we wish to extend to each of you our heartfelt gratitude for your prayers, phone calls, cards and all acts of love and support you showed us during the passing of our precious lovedone. May God richly bless and keep each of you. Special thanks to: New Salem M. B. Church, Pastor H. J. Lyons and church family, Brown's Memorial C;O.G.I.C., Pastor, Bishop M. Williams, II, and church family, New Hope M. B. Church, Pastor T. W. Jenkins and church family, Mr. Levi N, Knox, Manager Adm. Of Tampa Presbyterian Village Apts. and his lovely staff that showed my sister/molher, lots oflove and care during her stay there. Thanks, the family.

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Crime Police Arrest Barricaded suspect RUBIN STROUD On Monday, Tampa Police arrested a man at The Falls Apartments, 4610 North Armenia Avenue. According to reports, Rubin Stroud, 32, approached Evette Cabado and Maicoll Melina as they were returning home from shopping. After Cabado and Melina entered their apartme nt their dog went outside. Stroud reportedly tried to grab the dog, and was confronted by Cabado and Melina. Stroud went back into his apartme nt police said. A short time later, the victims were walking the dog outside of their apartment, when police said Stroud fol lowed them pointing a gun. Stroud reportedly cursed the victims before returning to his apartment and the victims called police. Officers responded to the scene and set up a perimeter around Stroud's apartment. An officer was able to contact Stroud by telephone and after two hours, he was talked into surrendering. Stroud was charged with aggravated assault and is being held without bond Shooting suspect Arrested MARCUS SMART ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police arrested a man Tuesday evening in con nection with a shooting that left one person wounded. Police received a call to investigate an aggravated battery at 5 p.m. They reportedly found a man shot in at 4637 15th Avenue, South. According to police, Darryl Jones, 28, entered the home of Marcus Smart, 27, and got into an altercation about a family member and drugs Police said during the argu ment, Smart shot Jones in the arm and the bullet entered his chest. Smart was arrested when police spotted him walking around the neighborhood, and charged with attempted second degree murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm. His bond is set at $40,000. Jones was transported to Bayfronf Medical Center and is reported to be in stable con dition. Teenager wounded During Home Invasion Tampa Police are looking for two men who committed an early morning home invasion Wednesday. Police report that Andre Powell, 17, Donte Allen, 30, and Travis Rollins, 22, were inside a home in the 8soo block of 17th Street when two men knocked on the door. Allen answered the door and the suspects forced their way inside. They report edly asked the victims where was the money. One of the suspects made Allen lie on the floor while the second sus pect forced Rollins at gun point to one of the back bed rooms When Rollins told the suspect he did not know where the money was, he was pisto l whipped. Police said the second sus pect was moving to the front of the home when Powell came out of his room to inves tigate the noise When he left his room, the second suspect fired a shot at Powell, strik ing him in the hand. Powell retreated into his bedroom and the suspects fled. Powell and Rollins were treated at a local hospital for their injuries. The suspects are described as Black males, both with thin builds and appearing to be 20 to 26 years old. Detectives Search For Robbers Surveillance photo of robbery suspects. Tampa Police report that at 12:20 a.m. on May 21st, three men were inside the Shell Gas Station at 2924 North soth Street. After leaving the inside of the station, police said the suspects confronted Sidney Storr, 27, behind the station, allegedly threatened him with a gun and took his cell phone. The suspects fled on foot. The suspects are described as Black males, 18 to 21 years old, between s's" and s'u" tall, and weighing between 140 and 165 pounds. Suspect Arrested For Snatching Jewelrv JOHNATHANMALDONADO On May 16th, Tampa Police reported that Elouise Vigilance, 66, was outside her home in the 1700 block of West Hollywood Street, when a vehicle pulled up in front of her home and the driver asked her about lawn service. During the conversation, police said the front seat pas senger got out of the vehicle and approached Vigilance and reportedly snatched four necklaces from he r neck got back into the vehicle and fled. EDWARD AMELY During the investigation, Johnathan Maldonado, 19, and Edward Amely, 18, were identified. On May 23rd, Maldonado was arrested and charged with robbery by sudden snatching, dealing in stolen property, and defrauding a pawnbroker 'TI On May 26th, officers 5 arrested Amely who was :o charged with being an acces-0 sory for robbery by sudden )> Cf) snatching. m z :::! z m I I m Authorities Ask For Help In String Of Metro Store Robberies Tampa Police and Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies are asking the public for help in solving 5 Metro PCS Store robberies since March 6th. An armed suspect entered the Metro PCS Store on North Florida Avenue ordering the clerk to the floor. The suspect then reportedly told the victim to empty the register, asked where the safe was. The suspect took the victim's cell phone and fled. That suspect was described as a male, 18 to 21 years old, 5'9" tall and weighing between 120 and 140 pounds. On March 2oth, two armed suspects entered the store on North Himes Avenue. One of them jumped over the counter and forced two victims to the floor. They asked where the money was One of the suspects went to the back of the store reportedly looking for a reg ister. One of the victims was able to get the register under the counter open and the suspects took the mone y and a cell phone. One suspect was described as a Black male, 5'8" tall, weighi n g 210 pounds. The second suspect was described as 6'3" tall and weighing 220 pounds. On April 13th, the store at 7111 North Nebraska Avenue was robbed when an unknown suspect came into the store, jumped over the counter and demanded the clerk to get on his knees and hand over the money or he would be shot. The suspect later fled with money He was described as a Black male, 19 to 20 years old, 5'4" tall and weighing 150 pounds. Later that same evening, a suspect tried to rob the store on North Armenia Avenue. According to reports, the store manager noticed the suspect hanging around the store 20 minutes before it opened, trying to open the door. The manager didn't want to be alone with the suspect, so he opened the door and stepped out. The suspect reportedly asked what time the store closed and the manager said he noticed a gun sticking out of the suspect's pocket. The suspect fled in a black or charcoal gray 2-door Nissan. He was described as a Black male, 19 to 20 years old, 5'6" tall with a m e dium build. On May 12th, the North Himes store was robbed again. m r-Cf) ::I: m 0 Police said the armed sus pect put on a ski mask as he entered the store. He approached the clerk and demanded money, police said. -< The clerk put the drawer on the counter and the susm pect took the money and fled. He is described as a Black male 18 to 21 years )> old, 5'5" tall with a muscular z build. 0 On May 22nd, the store on North 40th Street was robbed when a suspect entered the store and jumped over the counter, reportedly pulling out a gun and holding part of his shirt over his face. He approached the manager, threatening him with the gun, ordered him to open the register, took the money and fled out the back door. The manager armed himself and pursued the suspect as he fled in a vehicle with two to three occupants. The manager fired at the suspect and they returned fire until he lost sight of the suspect vehicle as it traveled on 43rd Street. :0 0 That suspect was d es cribed as a Black male in G) his late teens or early 20s, m 5'4" to 5 6 tall and weighing between 130 to 1 ,eyo pounds. ; :i>

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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAV,MAV28,2010 B 2nd Annual Mother's oav Gala Draws Big Crowd On Sunday May gth, Our Sisters Our Friends, In corpo rat e ho ste d th e ir second an nual Mother' s D ay Gala fundraiser. The eve nt was held at The Event Factor in Town N Country, and was well attended. Founders Sheilah Youngblood and Ola Abreu wer e overjoyed with th e turnout and look forwar d to n ext year's eve nt. Karen Willis-Barrett, Sheilah Youngblood, Asynith Bobo, and Ola Abreu. \ f \ J In attendance at the gala were former State Senator Leslie "Les" Miller and his wife, City Councilwoman Gwendolyn Miller. MCs Michelle B. Patty and Satura Smith. Enjoying the evening were: Minister Jacqueline Coffi.e Leeks, Cleo Thomas and Charlotte CofJie Valerie Pearce and her son, Kelvin. JOSHE CORREA Linda Morgan and Ruby Jones. Kimberly Turner attended the gala. In this photo from the Mother's Day Gala Oeft to right) are: Tony Downing, Eunice Butts, J. Paul Salmon, Charles Benjamin, Jacquelyn Middleton and Willie Salmon. THE BAILEY FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. James (Sheilah) Youngblood. Ola Correa and Nettie Matthews enjoyed themselves at the ''gala. .

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E>irthda Greetin Big Dogs! Birthdav Roger This!! Celebration ANTHONY DARIEN DARRYL I would like to send very special birthday shout outs to my nephew who turned 1 on 5/22, and my sons, Darien, who turned 2 today and his brother, Darryl, who turned 3 on 5/16. We love you boys with all our hearts. Love, mommy, Ashley, and daddy, Long. I j 1 I .;'}., ::.,. . l I -_ ) I I "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" if Sentinel Bulletin 1\'Mi l}( J CI\" S l"C>Rill'lo10ST MI.{.. OLIVER MAYO, JR. Happy birthday to our won derful father, 0. M., Jr., who has motivated us with his love and spiritual blessings. Thank you "Pops" for being an inspiration in our lives and supporting us with your warm and kind heart. We "all" love you dearly. Daughters, Virginia {John), Theresa, grands and great grands, family and a special friend, Mary Johnson. -MS. THERESA 5-27-70 Happy birthday. From, your husband and kids. All White Party at KoKos. QUONDA (5/28) And KENA (5/27) Happy birthday. It s that time of year again for these Gemini girls to celebrate their birthdays. We will be celebrating the ent ire_ weekend. Se.e-)loullir e DA'VESHIA DE'ASIA BRIM 5-27 Birthday blessings are sent out to Ms. Dasia on her 3rd birth day on the 31st at Tonya Mann Trap!! Love, mommy, family and friends. Happy birthday brus (Vic), 5/25. Now Roger That!! MZ.DEE Happy birthday, Elease "Danielle" Whales on your "21st" and congrats on gradu ating from Tampa Bay Beauty Institute We love you, your mother, Sheliah, family and friends from Plant City. Ages 5-17 9 one-week camps June 14-August 13 Arts & Crafts T earn Sports Games Sports Clinics Field Trips Special Events Special Interest Camp too! Sibling Discounts, Reduced Fees and Scholarships Available REGISTRATION INFORMATION City of Tampa Resident Priority March 29April 2 or until full Open Registration April 3 or until full Check out our web site for camp dates, locations and reg i stration details www. tampagov.neVparksandrec 1\) co 1\) 0 ..... 0 "T1 r-0 :c c > en m z ::::t z m r:m c: r rm ::::t z "tJ c: m c en ::z::: m c m < m -t c: m en c > z c "T1 2:! c

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All About You! N I Wedding Announcement ARTAVIUS BALLOON And DESIREE PLASENCIA The Flemings of Plant City and the Balloons of Tampa, announce the of their children, Desiree Plasencia and Artavius Balloon; both of Tampa. The bride-to-be, Desiree Piasencia, is a 2005 graduate of FAMU, her parents, Willie C. and Henrietta Fleming, c encouraged her to go. Her major was accounting. c: The groom-to-b e, Artavius Balloon, son of Ulus, Jr. and LL Nathalie_ Balloon, and, graduated from Neher International University in 2005. His major was Business Management. <( They both employed by University, Tampa. The wed,ding will be held on Jm:ie 12, 2010, in Las Vegas, Nevada. c en w ::l 1-> c: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::l 0.. z i= w ...J ...J ::l m ...J w z i= z w en <( c c: 0 ...J LL KETNIE ALTIDOR Honor: Principal's Honor Roll. Parent: Venite Alexi. Grandparent: Marie Castel Hobbies: Dance Ministry. Church: Christian Assem bly. NORENE COPELAND MILLER And Daughter, CHANTEL COPELAND On Saturday, May 8, 2010, Chantel Beatrice Copeland graduated from Bany University in Miami Shores, obtaining her Bachelor of Social Work degree. Chantel is the daughter of Norene Copeland Miller and Calvin Copeland. A party was held on May 16, 2010 in New Tampa in the club house of The Hamptons with family and friends We love you! Local 'Spring Bling' Talent Show At Bovs And Girls Club The Wilbert Davis Boys and Girls Club was the site of th e recent Spring Bling Talent Show. Seve ral youn g people were there to s h owcase their talents from Tampa t o St. Pete. There wer e specia l appearances from hip hop art i st Tom "G" and former baseball grea t Elijah Dukes. Helping to make th e eve nt a success were Bruno of House of Hitz Big Brus Barbecue, Hood m agaz ine, In s itht Records, who sponsored the halftim e show, Boys and Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay, a nd the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation (Photography by BRUNSON) The S. 0. U. L. Steppers: first row, Iyana, Kayla, Mircle, Shanori, Morteria, Ayanna Raniesha and Antonio. Second row, Coach Brenda, Shywon, Taja, Diamonque, Breanna, Erielle, Terri and Tionne. Third row: Nila, Lequisha, Ilda, Trio-. ity, Jazmine, and Cardierre. :Fourth row: Coach Takessa Vallejera; Coach Angie Robinson, Jasmine, Raleyah, Dajzia, Daysha, Coach Nett, Coach Sandra Walker, Arnicia, Charity, Tiara, Neshia and Coach Sab-DJ Granevil and DJ Snake. Staffers Mrs. Virginia Delan.. Ms. 'H' with the Modeling Crew from Wilbert Davis Club: first row, Marin Pringle, Reniya Thomas, Khalia Santiago, Karissa Higginbotham and Soraya Alexander. Second row, Tia'yonna Pringle, Tyneisha Davis, Sandra Davis, Charlia Chapman, Gameisha Brown and Renethia McMillan. Third row, Ebony Jones, Charmelle Davis, Angelina Martatos, and Ms. Harriet Bogan, left. NO MORE BORIN& SUMMERS! CAMPERS WILL f:rlllli!JI.I"'MIBC VIDEO LYRIC WRITING (POElRY & ENGUSH) SPOKEN WORD (PUBLIC SPEAKING) BEATS (MUSIC) AFRICAN DANCE & HIP HOP DANCE SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS JULY 30TH 2010 -FINAL: RED CARPET VIOEO DEBtrr

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church Director jJ &RACE MARY MISSUIIARY BIPTlST CIIIRCH 3 001 N 37th St (8 3) 248-3779 NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3 0 7 E. Lake /\ve 248-4127 ELDER lBOMAS J. REED l'asl.Ur 'N ee k l y fl.c t w r t 1 e s Earl y Morning W m ship -.SAM. -9 :}1:) 1' M Morning Wors hip -I 050 A M Ci1Lifd"r 9 ::!0 A.M k r r rf-t:J HI 4!'i ,, M .c.:30 P M I ill)!(;: W e(! 7 ii-' M '6'1n:l Wr:f31'1J r M Pre:;er Moo-tng 7 I'.M I He I Ut:!LK.:: I::> I N V II t:IJ t:-4e f:tuj y 7.:<0 r.r. MOUNT PLEASART M.B. CHURCH 2 00 2 N. nome 1\veooe .. (Come( of nome lwe and Spru....." St) P;O. Box 4724 if Tampa Dr C.t Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 (813) 254-144 1 E-ma i l : MlPic.asantMB@ool.rom Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30AM_ MORNING WORStiP-11 A M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-FamilySeries.Hour (B.T.U ) 6 PM-Lorn'S Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM-General Btie Sb.Jdy 7 PM-Voolh Bible Study DR. C.T. KIIUCI.IJIII, Pasmr TAPE MINISTRY Order On line At Web Site Or Call Churdl WEB SITE : MtPieasantMBChuroh.org BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 2313 E 27th AVE (813} 248-5690 {813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSH. SCHEDULE Sunday School Sunday Moming Worship .... 11 A .M. Sunday Evening Worshi p ... .7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday}-... .. 9 A _M_ Wednesday Night Worshi p ____ .7:30P.M. BISHOP IIATTHEII WIWAMS Pagtor "A Cbrwll Where 1he Lowe Of God Rows And Tile Holy Gllost Is In Fl Conbvl." Is f Is liberty! GREATER FmENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH R'EV. M. MURRAY 1 P<1st-l)r St:tloul -9 :45 u. rn. Wor:;;h.ip-1 1 Eve n i n g W u g:;tli p -5 p m Prayer M-ccl i n g l ucway 7 J O p.1 n 'ofi:>il ots Ai c Welcome! St rp,art 11.11SSIOI!ar)' Baptlst Clt utth 1221 S Shen111 Port Ti!rrp\1 3361o IB13) 833-S...'J63 Kf,'lh'!hJr r N:l , r.m -Sun&!y.sthOd -9:30 .1\M. $4KKhy Morning W:nnip tl(k5S NQ'hl P'nQEI-senic$& l!iblr:l:SU:ir. P.M.. FIRST IAP1IST CIIJRCH CJ= PROGRESS VIllAGE l'.fi1A I'IMI .. 1-l r Cf\iurE1! 677-1!;1413 ( R13) 67:1'-r.GM r C'Jttloo: [23-1 3 1 Ei77-61l63 f'(;(l(: 672.:..0SH E-Mrul: IIR. SAIIIIIIIID:.L, SR.., PalliA.-. Wl:.nmij) Tlinlle' 7 M A 1\ot ll IO"!i!i-A U t;ljIIIJIII@IJ) lEW liT. Zl. M. B. CHURCH, II. 2511 E Coii.ITibus [X 24&8101' Cf 247-0099 For Transportation Call { 8 13}486-7890 HERITA&E CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY RAPnST CHURCH llew Testament M. B. 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 RR DELDIIES JAMES Clll1 P a s l o r Sunday Worsfllp Serllces 7:45A.M. &: 11 A.M. SUOOa}' Sc:hool-10 AJt. Worslllp Tuesday P .1. 3838 N. 29th st. Tam p .a. FL 33&1 0 C8'1'3) 248-660 RE\f. EVAN BURROWS SB'IIOR PASTOR Ca.da Of TlloDIIasassa, Inc. 11 !l:Kl W.alkc r Rood Thonotosassa FL 33592 (R1 3 ) 9R6 -3971 (B1 3 ) 610-1252 HEY. JDIII D. AIIDERSOI, JR. Pasto r W eakly SeMces : Sundi:l)' School 9 :30 A .M. Stl l\t(}f rlii'J9 Worship 1 "-M WM. Nl9ht 'mt. lth I Md H illle Study T h u1'3. Night l'rayet' Sef'iic e A n d Bible St udy Tho:! Cl\h:; ltii l!J The '"tQur 7Jiwll9''-' C iio:s.r m\\::1 M e.'" f'f ?tl 1 .13 New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc. 7402 N. 56th St. ardg. 100 Suite 790 Tampa, FL 33617 ELDER OlANO COSTON 813-425-5299 Bible StudY: Making Marriage Work How To Survive And Enjoy It SUNDAY EVENING 6 P.M. Bring your questions and let's search God's Word ask@nhcwc.org http:! /www.nhcwc .. org ST. -TIHEW M. B. CHURCH :i/OH E Lake Ave_ Tampa, FL !i:-!610 {H 1 :i} [] W(:!h!':itc www !':itm."llttmwr:tnm:h OT!J 1::.ma1t or 7.45 !o.. M 9::3[) a..m . Momin!J Wgr.;hip 11 ._ m Pr,;JYI!r 7 f U n Study ot the I::Wl1e Wed. /'JJIJ-8:30 p.m. t'r&J89 & WOI1Ifllp Wat A.ao f:l pm ChildfE'.t:'l & Youth Slud)' Wedl'1e6dRV 1 a :so p.m. f.l;tl l ud;wy PI;:I)'IY A :.army 10:1 rn Yt"dh Bible- 12 4 p.rn. Teen Night t-t1day be1o:r& lh9 2nd SUnday I -11 p m .::JroUU ......... arowQt At:ld stJstJng 6od'-8l.OwtWof:&hip qpportuni t i'es _SUNDAY Sunday School 9_30 A_M_ Morning Worship 11 :00 A..M_ YPWW-6 :00,P_M_ Evening Worship ?-OO P M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service E::::::==7.00 )> _-< :s: 1\) 00 1\) 0 ..... 0 'T1 r-0 J:J 0 )> en m z :j z m r-1 m c: r r-z "'C c: m c en ::I: m 0 m < m -t c: m en 0 )> z 0 'T1 :!! 0 C) m U1 I m

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Willing To Do Your Part In light of the world and community's climate there must be a more intentional effort to enhance the agenda of God in this modern day era. There must be a clarion call for the saints of God to gather together and stand for things of God. This is the message of Jude for this week's lesson. Jude writes to encourage the BAmST CHURCH saints to stand for the faith. Jude' s use of the word faith refers to the beliefs of Chris tianity. Jude writes to the believers that he urges them to contend for the faith that was once entrusted to all the saints (vs. 3). There needs to be someone who will stand up for what it means to be a Christian. As 12Dlii.J81fersan St. Tamn. Fl. 3 3602 (8131 229-1390 sunday SchooL.---------9:15 a.m. lornlnu worshiP ................................... 11 a.m. Prayer service, TuesdaY .. --................... 6 p.m. c a: Awana Bible StudY, TUesday. _________ ,.&:30 p.m. LL. c z <( c en w ;:) t-> a: w > w c w ::I: en ::J m ;:) D.. z t= w ..J ..J ;:) m ..:. w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL. Bible Study, TUesday ............................... 1 p.m. I CanOaAIIl'lliniJs11nu!ll CflistWhich Sll'ln ............ le.PhlliiiJians 4:13 THE HOLY GHOST CHU PURCHASED WITH HIS B 3613 N. 23rd St.** TamP,a, FL 33605 (813) 247-3055-Church (813) 613-4600-Cell Email: SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 10 A. M Morning Service-11 :30 A. M. Evening Service 7:30 P. M. Bible Study -Tuesday Evening Bible Band 7:30 P. M. Thursday Evening -YPWW-7:30 P M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry-7:30 P REV. OSCAR JOHNSON, JR. Pastor /Teacher St. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,T ampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00 A. M. Spirttual Enrichment 9:45.A.M. Sunday School/Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer wiBible Study Wednesdar. 5:30 P. M: Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Adutt & Youth Mid Week Service .Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outrea::h MiniStry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK Jude sa y s t here a r e so m e w h o will sec r e tl y com e among the beli eve rs w ho a re godless (vs. 4). Th e church mu s t b e on ale rt for tho se who will slip in among them to pervert the gospel m e s sage. He sa y s that some use it as a license for immorality. Jude makes reference to angels who did not keep their position of authority (vs. 6). When God gives you a posi tion in His kingdom you must make sure that you do what is good and pleasing to Him. You cannot use God's authority to do what you wap.t and what is in your best interest. For the ones who engage in activity not pleasing to God, He keeps in darkness and NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 912 East Fai rbanks .. Tampa 33612 ** Corner Of 9th And Fairbanks 1 Morning Worship -11 A. M. Wednesday Prayer Service 7-7:30 P.M. Bible Study-7:30-8:30 P.M. 24 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P O Box_290415 Tampa, FL 33687 (813) 784-1021 FeedOurChildren org PASTOR MOSES BROWN ... Pray one for an other that you may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man avail eth much. James s:t6. bo und in c h a in s until j udgm e nt. For th ose w h o n eed a r efe r e nce a bout w h a t h a p p e n s t o th ose who God judges they can look at Sodom a nd Gomorrah (vs. 7 ) You c an look ba c k in history and around y ou to s ee what happens when a person pervert s the gospel of Christ for his or her own gain and benefit The hope is that no believer has to experience this judg ment. Therefore, he says to them, build yourselves up in your most holy faith and praying in the spirit (vs. 20). The message to the church today is that if you are going to contend for the faith, you must build yourself up No one who competes does so without proper teaching and training. If you are going to make a difference for the kingdom and become victori ous in your pursuit, you must prepare for the journey ahead. To prepare yourself y ou must use the faith or the word of God As a believer fighting for the kingdom you must arm yourself the word of God daily. You must be able to r e cognize th e truth of th e word a nd id e ntify th e p erve r s ion s o f th e w ord. In a ddition to r e adin g th e word ev e r y b e li eve r mu s t pray The depth of th e prayer is to get to the plac e wher e y ou can pra y in the spirit. Praying in the spirit is be yond the surface traditional way of praying. Jude pronounces on them one of the greatest benedic tions of the church. To Him who is able to keep you from falling and to present you faultless before the presence of His glory With exceeding joy (vs. 24). As you contend for the faith be assured that God is able to keep you from falling. God is your help and your strength. When you are presented to Him, you are presented faultless. This does not mean that you do not have any faults or your faults are not known. Fight for the faith. Stand firm for the faith. Read the word and pray daily to build yourself up to be prepared for what is before you And always know that God is with you every step of the way. 2909 E. Hillsborough Ave. (Comer Of .. l"'-rn directly across from the Oliver's License Office} And Experience The Move Of God (Jesus, the Christ) Like Never Before. You Will Never Be The Same. Come! Come! Jesus Is Waiting For You. Come/ Jesus Saves Thru Faith Apostolic Church BISHOP ADRIAN M. SHAW, Pastor

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M EK2 0 xemplifying Our Commitment to Unity in Our CommUnity The Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., held its annual MAY EEK! This year's May Week theme was "Exemplifying Our Commitment to Unity in Our C mmUnity". The chapter chose this opportunity to form new partnerships with several c mmunity-based outreach organizations such as Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the Survi v rs of Torture and The Alpha House of Tampa. Members provided support, assistance, a tivities and educat i onal seminars within the community to render greater service to t e residents of Hillsborough County. May Week events feature components of the s rarity's Five-Point Programmatic Thrust Economic Development, Educational Devel o ment, Physical and Mental Health, International Awareness and Involvement and Po li ical Awareness and Involvement. The week began on Saturday, May 1st with the recognition of academic achievers at t e Annual Scholarship Program held at BrooksDeBartolo Collegiate High School. The t erne for the program was "Embracing the Present and Empowering the Future." The k ynote speaker was the Honorable Charlene Edwards Honeywell, Federal Judge for t e United States District Court for the Middle District of Flor i da. Twenty eight (28) grad u tes from Hillsborough County Public Schools were awarded a combined total of $ 6 232 in scholarship funds. This year's scholarship recipients are: Alexis Blackwood (King), Jasmine Boykin ( efferson), Sydney Copeland (Blake), Derika Crowley (Bayshore), Kandis Hankerson ( iddleton), Mikala Hanson (King), Aryn Haynes (Tampa Bay Tech), Joanne Jean ( efferson) Elisse Jean-Pierre (Hillsborough), Faith Jessie (Hillsborough), lyeshia J hnson (Jefferson), Jalisa Jones (Jefferson) Ayomiposi Loye (Newsome), Brennica arlow (Middleton), Kenyatta Morrison (King), Diana Nwokoye (Freedom), Olubola lusanya (King); Kelechukwu Onyedimma (Newsome), Cheyenne Quailey ( iverview), Erica Riley (Jefferson), Breonni Sawyer (King), Jasmine Shirley {King), 'J; mre Smith (Alonso), Kailuh Statum (Lecanto), Cherie Sterling (Armwood), Mallory ashington (King), Chavon Watkins (Tampa Bay Tech), and Shawnna Whyre ( efferson). The Educational Development Committee's Delta Academy and DELTA GEMS spon s red the Big Brothers/Big Sisters collaborative event, in the Grand Salon of Plant Hall o the University of Tampa's campus. Baskets containing books, puzzles, arts and c afts and other educational materials were presented to the "Iittles." The Political Awareness & Involvement and Social Action Committees jointly span s red the Annual Delta Day at the County Commission that was held Wednesday, May 5 h. The theme was "Advocacy in Action: Strengthening Our Legacy." Chapter mem b rs met with various department heads including Mike Merrell, Interim County Admin i trator. They were introduced at the Board of County Commissioners meeting by Comissioner Kevin White. This joint committee also teamed up for the "Treats for Troops" p oject. Non-perishable items will be shipped to U.S. troops abroad. On Thursday, May 6th, the Economic Development Committee's May Week activity as the cu l minat i on of the monthly "Money Smart" Workshops w i th a special panel dis c ssion featuring successful and high-profile African-American men in banking. The fi al session was held at Allen J\1M,E! CtJurc:;il and a Reception foil wed. May Week concluded on Friday, May 7th with two events The 1iiternational Aware n s & Involvement Committee sponsored The Surv i vors of Torture presentation and eception, also held at Allen Temple A.M.E. Church. Natalie Bicknell, Volunteer Coor dinator for the Refuge Youth and Family Program, was the speaker. Members donated ersonal hygiene items, cleaning products, snacks and school supplies for the children. he Tampa Alumnae Chapter is the only minority organ i zation that has partnered with t is organization. The Physical & Mental Health Committee held a nutrition event '' aking Tasting to the Teens" at The Alpha House of Tampa; thirteen young ladies par ti ipated in this event. They were taught how to prepare a healthy yet economical meal f r themselves, as well as their families, under the direction of Dave and Connie Cross m Dave's Delight. Mrs. Brenna Fields Taylor is the Chapter President. The First Vice President, Janette and the Third Vice President, Karen Beard coordinated the May Week aucnTC with their Chairpersons. Heddie Sumpter is Publicity Chairperson. For more information regarding the chapter's programs please vis it our website or email us at tampaalumanedst@hotmail.com. ., ::0 0 3: 1\) (X) 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 ::0 0 l> en m z ::! z m r-1 m c: r rm ::! z ""0 c: m r-Cii ::z:: m 0 m < m ::0 < -i c: m en 0 l> z 0 ., ::0 0

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May Birthdays Happy birthday to the May celebrants: Lorraine Biggs, Sharon Stone, Jennifer Gomez, Janice Lynch, Frances Howell, Jazmine Graham and Casandra Hadley. Happy birthday to little Miss Azasheonne Mitchell, who celebrated her sth birthday on May 26, 2010. The event was a sur prise shared with family and friends. Happy belated birthday to my sister, Catherine P. Walker of Concord, CA. May 24 2010 was her day May you be blessed with many, many more birth-days! C The month of May is a If very special month in the c Atkins household. On May 19th, Mrs. Atkins celebrated her 76th birthday and Mr. Atkins celebrated his en 83rd blessed day. They shared their day together in 1-Orlando at the West Gate 'fj: Lake Resort Inn. The Holy W Land is very spiritual and (ij really enjoyable. c w :I: en :::::i m c.. z tu ..J ..J m I ..J w z i= z w C/) Anniversary Celebrants Happy anniversary wishes are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse (Louvenia) Caldwell. They will celebrate 46 years of wedding bliss today, May 28, 2010, with family and friends Commencement On May 15, 2010, the Asbury Theological Seminary held their 8th commencement in Orlando Rev. Michael B. C
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., Hurricane News J:J 2010 Hurricane Season The list of 2010 Hurricane Names is rotated every six years. But if a storm is so deadly or costly its name is retired. Alex, Bonnie, Colin, Danielle, Earl, Fiona, Gaston, Hermine, Igor, .Tulia, Karl, Lisa, Mathew, Nicole, Otto, Paula, Richard, Shary, Tomas, Virginie and Walter. Hurricane season begins on June: 1st arid ends on November 30th each year ... What is a Hurricane? A hurricane is an intense tropical cy clone, usually with a counterclockwise circulation of winds. It is ac companied by high winds, thunderstorms, tornadoes and flooding It has a maximum sustained winds of 74 mph or higher. A Tropical Depression is a n organized system of clouds and thunderstorms with maximum sustained winds of 38 mph or less. A Tropical Storm i s a n organized system of strong thunder s torms with ma,ximum sustai ned winds of 39-73 mph. Hurricane Hazards The first and most important thing to remember when a threat approac he s is to use common sense when a hurricane is approach ing. Hazards come in man y forms including storm surge, high winds, tornadoes, and flooding This means it is important for your family to have a plan that includes all of these hazards Prepare Disaster Supplv Kit Earlv It is recommended that each home prepare a disaster supply kit early. Officials advise that you shouldn't wait until a hurricane is approaching to start. Store these items in plastic containers or plastic bags to keep them dry. The kit should contain in order of priority are: Prescription Medicines; Non-Prescription; Anti-Diarrhea Medicine; Anti-acid; Dental Needs; Contact Lenses & Supplies; and Extra Pair Eyeglasses. Communication Devices A Portable Radio, Battery-Operated TV, Extra Batteries, Cell Phone ; Extra Cell Battery, Landline Telephone Children's Activity Survival Kit Whether you have to leave your house during a disaster or stay home, it is a good idea to put together an activity kit for children. This will give the children something to do to combat boredom. The itei:ns you should consider should be things that can be stored in a backpack, book bag, or other carrying bag. You kit should be age appropriate. Know What Each Term Means A Hurricane is an intense tropical weather system of strong thunderstorms with a well-defined surface circulation and maximum sustained winds of 74 mph or higher. Hurricanes are categorized according to the strength of their winds. A Category 1 storm has the lowest wind speeds, while a Cat egory 5 hurricane has the strongest. A Hurricane Watch is issued when there is a possibility that you could experience hurricane conditions within 36 hours. A Hurricane Warning is issued when winds of at least 74 miles per hour are expected with 24 hours or less. Handbook; bandages (all sizes); sterile gauze (all sizes); adhesive tape; thermometer; scissors; tweezers; needle & thread; antiseptic; antibiotic cream; ointments for burns or cuts; alcohol; peroxide; Hurricane Survival Kit Water: At least 1 gallon per person each day for 3 to 7 days. Food: At least enough for 3 to 7 days It should be non-perishable, packaged or canned; juices, food for infants, for the elderly, special diets and comfort foods. Blankets, Pillows, Etc; for each family member. Radio, TV: battery operated radio NOAA weather radio if possible and extra batteries. First Aid Kit: prescription drugs, medicines bandages, etc. Special items: for babies, children, the elderly, and pets. Fully charged cell phones: with extra battery and a traditional telephone '------------------------------,..--------' (not cordless). Our commitment to customers through hurricane season Tampa Electric's comprehensive, year-round storm plan forms a cornermone of our commitment to our customers. Companywicle response drills, enhancements to customer service, proactive tree trimming and upgrades to our equipment are all part of our hurricane season preparation. To report a power outage or a public safety concern such as a downed power line, customers may call our toll-free, automated system at 1-877-588-1010. To fully use this system, update your primary phone number at tampaelectric.com. The system can recognize your phone number or Tampa Electric account number and match it to your address when you call, helping us locate outages quickly. Wrth our Mutual Routing System, customer service representatives from other utilities will answer your calls in the event our call center must evacuate. After Severe Weather, We're Ready Should severe weather result in the temporary loss of electricity, our plan helps us restore power as safely and quickly as possible. When conditions are safe for our crews to work, our restoration effort begins with facilities critical to public health and safety. This is followed by work prioritized to restore power to the moSt customers in the least amount of time. In the event we are faced with a widespread outage and require help, Tampa Electfic's membership in the Southeastern Electric Exchange provides support from other utilities. In tum, we will send crews to help restore power for other communities in need. To help ensure power supply, we have installed peSking units with "black start" capability which can start larger generating units should power from the system not be readily available. Putting Safety F"rst As we make safety our top priority, we ask that you do the same. This means planning for severe weather as soon as possible. In addition, before and during hunicane season, we advise our customers to have personal storm plan in place and follow these electrical safety guideUnes: Slay away from downed power lines. AtNays that a downed power line is energized, and move a:Nay to safety. Slay out of floodwaters. Floodwaters can hide energized power lines or other hazards, or put you at risk of droWning. Visit talnpaelectrtc.comlweatherwatch for severe weather preparation guldeHnes. Olr priorities 81'9 safely and service. TAMf"A ELECTRIC 3: 1\) 51' 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 :II 0 )> (J) m z :::! z m r;m c: r rm :::! z "'tt c: m r-c;; ::I: m 0 m < m :II < '""'' c: m (J) 0 )> z 0 ., :!! 0 C) m cp pins; and

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5 Local N -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c Highland Pines Communitv Task Force News a: u. The Highland Pines Neighborhood Association meeting will take place on Thursday, June 1oth. This meeting will be held at the Highland Pines Community Center on 21st Avenue, just east of the HARTLINE Bus Terminal. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m., with the crime watch portion set to start at 7 p .m. Guest speaker for the meet ing will be Jason Mims from The Mims Institute. Prizes and refreshments will be available. Association pres ident, Betty Bell, encourages everyone to attend and bring a neighbor. The association's May meeting was held at Quality Inn and Suites. The guest speaker was Jerry Williams from > the City of Tampa Code Enforcement Office. On May 14th, teenagers from u. the Highland Pines Recreation c Center enjoyed a sleepover, Z swimming, and Continental < Breakfast at the Quality Inn and Suites. They were superC vised by Ms. Shalanda Dye. ffi Prayer, walks in Highland ::::> Pines were held on April 13, 1-2010 and May 18, 2010. The prayer walks were led by W Pastor Lane of the Highland > w c w :I: en :J m ::::> ll. z i= w _. _. ::::> m I _. w z MILK GALLON I Ms. S. Kendrick is doing a wonderful job at the Highland Pines Recreation Center. Jamecia White and Shameka Thomas were also at the sleepover. Participating at the sleepover were Sheyenne Daphrey, Ms. Shalanda Dye, Chaperone, Brianna Brown, and Anestasia Dye. Pines M B. Church, and Pastor Sims of Telling The Truth Ministries. The next walk is scheduled for June 15th. Join the Highland Pines community in praying for the revitalization of their commu nity. Betty Bell was honored with an Easter Lily from Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor and Assistant Chief, John Bennett, for her crime watch efforts. The West Hillsborough Deanery, through the CCW of St. Peter Claver Church also awarded her the honor Handmaiden of the Virgin Mary. DOZEN GATORAD. E PHONE CHARGERS i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. EGGS $13200 $2 99 $1 00 ss.oo I I 2FOR 1.00 365 oavs Of Black Historv The annual celebration of "A Classy Affair: 365 Days of Black History" was held recently at Nathan B. Young Middle Magnet School. The event was coordinated by Dr. Julia Barnes, an instructor at the school. (Photography by BRUNSON) John Seay, a teacher at Young, and Jerome Haggins. Celeste Johnson, Melissa Olson and Drew Olson, Assistant Principal, Young Middle Magnet School. Ernestine Hicks and Pat Pitts attended the dinner. Lucille Hatcher attended the soul food event.

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Pete visits his neighborhood Family Support and Resource Center (FSRC) to catch up on his computer skills; while grandson Marlen learns, plays and builds friendships with other children. Funded in part by the Children's Board of_ Hillsborough County, FSRCs are warm, inviting places that offer a variety of free services like educational play groups, mentoring, mobile health services, job skills training and much more! Call your local FSRC to learn more -then visit the Children's Board on l ine to get a FREE child's admission to the Florida Aquarium ... ... Because every child is a Dream Worth Growing. Children's Board H I L LSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing Call or visit the Family Support and Resource Center near you today! Brandon 1277 Ki ngsway Road Brandon, FL 33510 Phone: 813-7 40-4634 Central Tampa 1002 E. Palm Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 Phone: 813..:204-1741 North Tampa 1401-A E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 Phone: 813-558-1877 Ruskin 20114th Ave. South East Ruskin, FL 33570 Phone: 813-641-5600 Town 'N Country 7520 W. Waters Ave., Ste. #8 Tampa, FL 33615 Phone: 813-356-1703

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While the appearance of eel.:. lulite may improve by using it, to truly eliminate cellulite you may wish to speak to your doctor. Coffee Cellulite Scrub 1/2 cup each sugar and sea salt 1 cup coffee grinds (moist) Olive oil, almond oil or avocado oil STEPS: In an air-tight jar, mix together the ingredients. Add in the oil to give it a squishy texture. Rub all over skin in shower, rinse off. Get A Good Pair Of Sneakers. Trust me I know ... yo u probably don t feel like exercising, especially when you're tired, but a brisk walk can be more effective than a nap or a cup of cof fee when it comes to fighting fatigue Drink Green Tea. Hot or cold, green tea can help rev you up. Its catechins, antioxidants and caffeine help to increase the metabolic generation of heat. Upset Stomach Give Your Feet A linle T.l.C. Drink Mint Tea. Erase oc casional indigestion by sipping a cup of peppermint tea after your meal. 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c Shriners To Host First Annual Diabetes Walk NOBLE BLOUNT Project Chairman BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, June 5th, members of the Harram Tem ple No. 23 Inc., will host a Stepping for Diabetes Walk." The event will take place at Rowlette Park, 2548 River Hills Dr., beginning at 8 a.m. The two-mile walk will consist of walking around the track twice Anyone wishing to participate can register at the event. The theme for the event is "Diabetes is proven, possible, and powerful!" In addition to the walk, stu dents from Florida A & M Uni versity School of Pharmacy students will conduct free dia betes screenings and Dr. John Scrivens, PharmD, is doing a presentation on "Diabetes and the African American Community." Members of the American Diabetes Association will be in attendance to answer ques tions about the disease. The presenters of the event will also have brochures on dia betes The Diabetes Walk is part of the AEAONMS (Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine), Inc., Prince Hall Shriners Diabetes Initiative. Noble Adrian Blount, Project Chairperson, said this is the first year the organization has sponsored the Dia betes Walk. However, he said, they plan to make it a yearly event. "We know that Diabetes is one of the leading causes of death in the African American community and it is also known as the silent killer. It can leader to heart failure strokes, loss of limbs, loss of sight, and other ailments. "Often we don' t recognize symptoms, but we want the community to be aware of the ability to prevent, treat and live with Diabetes. It is our goal to bring about awareness and support ot he American Diabetes Foundation. The Walk is designed to increase awarenes in the community, and particularily in the African American community," Noble Blount said. For additional information contact Noble Blount at (813) 464-9505. Nearlv Hall otAmericans Have Chronic Condition But Don't Know It CDC's National Center for Health Statistics researchers found that 45 % of American adults had at least one of three chronic health conditions high blood pressure, high cho lesterol or diabetes Each of them can greatly in crease the risk for heart di sease, and the number of diabetes cases has increased overtime. Genetics do play a role but there are three other reasons for the rise in diabetes "Diet, weight, exercise Those are the things that we actually have greater control over, but are playing a signifi cant role in terms of increasing the incidence of diabetes in the population," said Dr. Churchwell, cardiologist from Vanderbilt University Medical Center Diabetes and high blood pressure were especially prevalent among African Americans --who were more likely than whites and Hispan ics to have at least one of these chronic healtl1 problems. The Publix Pharmacy FREE Medication Get free immediate-release generic metformin (with prescription, up to a 30-day supply/90 tablets). Online Resources Visit publix.com/diabetes to sign up for monthly e-newsletters, as well as receive ongoing support including the latest diabetes information, coupons and special offers, recipes, health management and self-care tools, podcasts, and more. Knowledgeable Pharmacists Your Publix pharmacist is an important member of your healthcare team-available to give one-on-one advice about nutrition and exercise, as well as address other diabetes concerns you have. The Publix Pharmacy is committed to helping you and your loved ones manage both the day-to-day and long-term challenges of diabetes. PUBLIX P I+ A R M A C V Feeling well. Living better. Visit publix.com/diabetes 1\) 0 ..... 0 "TT r 0 :B I en m z -4 z m r aJ c: r r m ::! z c: aJ r en :I: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c "TT :B c ..... U1 I aJ

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National N Jamaica Declares State 01 Emeruencv A state of emergency was declare d in Kingston, Jamaica after officials say a group of masked men torched police stations and exchanged gun fire with authorities to defend a well known drug dealer. Christopher "Dudus" Coke was charged in the U.S. with drug and arms traffickin g and is facing possible extradition to the Unit e d States Wh e n hi s s upport e rs he a rd that Coke mi ght be taken to the U.S. a ft e r a nine month delay, they marked off his surrounding neighborhood with barb wire and began a rampage with high power weapons and malatov cock tails. Masked men set four C police buildings aflame and a: rang shots into the streets. By Sunday night, they had z exchanged gun fire with c:t authorities, leaving two security officers dead. C Police Commissioner ffi Owen Ellington reports :::l CHRISTOPHER "DUDUS" COKE that sc o r e s of criminals" from gangs across the Caribbean island had traveled to West Kingston to join the fight against officials in "coordinated attacks on the security forces." The U S. Justice Department names Coke as one of the "world's most dangerous drug lords" with ties to the governing Jamaica Labour Party. His father was the head of the notorious Shower Posse gang. 1-w > w c w J: 0. :::::i m :::l ll. z w ..J ..J :::l m I ..J w z t;: z w CJ) a: 0 ..J I.L First Conviction.ln Newark Schoolvard Triple Slaving James and Mary Harvey grieve as the verdict is read for their son's murderer. NEW ARK, NJ --The first defendant to be tried for a triple schoolyard killing that jolted New Jersey's largest city into addressing its crime problem nearly three years ago was convicted on all counts Monday. Rodolfo Godinez, a Nicaraguan who was one of six men and boys charged with the brutal slayings, was convicted on all17 counts. A jury returned the verdict in State Superior Court after nearly four hours of deliber ations. Newark, from jump-starting a surveillance camera project to expanding access to gun-trace data. A fourth victim survived and testified against Godinez. She is not being identified because of sexual assault charges against two other defendants. All four victims were enrolled or about to be enrolled at Delaware State University. CD The killings of Dashon eh Harvey, Iofemi .... The three victims were found slumped aga:inst a wall of the playground, each having suffered a gunshot wound to the back of the head. Hightower and the survivor also were slashed with a machete. w Hightower and Terrance C!J Aeriel spurred a wave of a .:nti-ctime measures in Twins Stab And Beat Mother To Death Ex-Detroit Mavor Kilpatrick Sentenced To Up To 5 Years In Prison TASMIYAHAnd JASMIYAH WHITEHEAD The mother was kind of afraid that something like that might happen. Twins, Tasmiyah and Jasmiyah Whitehead were arrested and ha v e been c harged with the murder of their mother, Jarmecca "Nikki" Whitehead. Four months prior the g irls were seen running from their home in Conyers GA, ale rting authorities that their mother had been brutally murdered. Evidence, which has yet to be revealed, has linked the sister's to the slaying of their mother. Ousted Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was sentenced to 18 months to 5 years in prison for violating his probation. Kilpatrick pleaded with Wayne County Circuit Judge David Groner to go home. Judge Groner disagre ed with Kilpatrick. Kilpatrick will serve the minimum 1-1/2 years in jail before its determined if he should serve the additional time. His attorney s reportedly plan to appeal the judge' s decision Kilpatrick was ordered to pay the city $1 million in restitution after pleading guilty in 2008 to obstruction of justice. The former official was forced to resign after a series ---------------AVAILABLE LJ----------1 KWAME KILPATRICK of graphic te xt me ssages sur faced s howing he lied under oath about an affair with one of staff members. Judge Groner ruled that Kilpatrick, who now resides in a posh Texas neighborhood, was continuing to lie in court about his assets and failed to meet the terms of his probation. The Tampa Housing Authority is now The Tampa Housing Authority .is now providing space at the Oaks at Riverview applications for the Oaks at Riverview Community Center. Our gorgeous SUMMER PROGRAM at the Community multipurpose room can be rented with $100 Center. Don't miss out on the fun -space is off the regular price! limited Contact us today for more information week, includes Contact Us Today! Oaks at Riverview Community Center (813)231-2035 Kevin Knox, Manager Ext. 222 Kenneth Bryant, Assistant Manager Ext. 223 City of Tampa Solid Waste Service Day Change "New routes begin for residential collection" Beginning Monday, June 7, 2010, theatyoflampa Department of Sold Waste and Erwioldllelltal Proglam Management wl change the R!5ldenllal semcecolection days for household garbage, household yadwaste reqdng. _....ciCoklnbus llrhle/W. BoySaMtllcdevanl and EAST cilntl!rstlle 115 Monday:Gimlgeoriy llu!dilr-Giwbage. _.... ciCobnbus Dr1v1!1w. Boy SaMt llcQeward and WEST citnll!ntille 115 llanlar.Galbageoriy SOUIHciCobnbusDrlvl!lw.Boy SaMt lkdMnl and EAST citlmesAwru! TuesdiJy: Gimlge rriJ ftldar.Galbage. OOusehold R!C)dng SOUIHciCoklnbus DrieJW. Boy SaMt ltcdNidandWEST oftlmesAwru! 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Polk County Nevvs The Taste Of Bethel The Men of New Bethel A.M E. Church will host its annual Taste of New Bethel on Saturday, June 5, 2010, 11:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m., at the Freedom Center, 635 West Fifth Street in Lakeland Come out and enjoy an array of delicious foods cooked and served up by the Men! Weekend Conference To Be Held The Tampa WestCoast District Church of God by Faith will host its District Conference, May 28th through May 30th at Victory Temple Church of God by Faith, 2004 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue in Lakeland. The Friday evening's Praise and Worship Service will feature the Tampa WestCoast District Youth Choir and District Superintendent Elder James E. Williams III. The conclusion of the weekend will be Sunday School at 10 am., and Mid-day Praise & Worship Service at 12 noon -with messenger Church of God by Faith, Inc .' s Ruling Elder, Nelson Turner. For further information and/ or travel directions call : (813) 238-8709 or (863) 513-8437-Sports Awards Banquet Held Berkley Accelerated Middle School a.k.a. BAMS, Jill Bolender, Principal, hosted its 2008-2009 All Sports Banquet on Tuesday, May 20th. Birthday Greetings Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a Happy Birthday to a very special person, Mother Ruby Axson, of Polk City, who celebrates another year of life on May 31st and Mother Princess Fortson of Lakeland, Florida, who will celebrate her special day on June 1st. Birthday wishes are also extended to Joann Snelson who celebrates her birthday on June 2nd. May the Lord bless each of you with many, many more birthdays! Wedding Bells Will Ring Terry L. Cummings and Edythe Y. Waldon, both of Lakeland are busy mak ing plans for their wedding on Saturday, June 26, 2010 at the Coleman-Bush Building in Lakeland. Congratulations Terry and Edythe! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week' s Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to Dr. Bernice Evans of Lakeland. Dr. Evans, a retired professor, was recently appointed by City of Lakeland's Mayor Gow Fields as a Commissioner for the Lakeland Housing Authority. She is very active in the community, serving as a board member of Faith in Action, North Lakeland, Writers Inc., and Cory Youth Leadership Program. Congratulations, Dr. Evans! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your cele brations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513 -8437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! The Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) will hold a public hearing to adopt the Transportation _Improvement Program (TIP) for.Fisc:al Years 2010/11 -2014/15. Date: Tuesday, June 1512010 Time: 9:00a.m. Place: County Center, 2nd Floor, 601 E Kennedy Blvd, Downtown Tampa The TIP lists transJX)rtation projects to be funded by federal, state and local governments and transJX)rtation agencies with i n the next five years. Materials to be presented at the public hearing are available for review at the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission, 18th floor, County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd, Downtown Tampa or online at: www.hillsboroughmpo.org This public hearing will be broadcast live with closed-captioning on HTV-22. For more information, please call Wally B lain, AICP, 813/273-3774 x361. In accordance with Title VI CJ! the Rights Act of laws, public participation is solicited wi11Jout regard to .race, ong1n, age, sex, rehg1on, diSability or fam1ly status. Persons i n need of special accommodations the cans with DisabHilies Ad or persons who require interpreter services (free of charge) for this meeting should contact Michele Ogilvie at 8131273-3774 x317 or email ogilviem@plancom.org at least three busjness davs prior to the mee!jng. M6y 28, 2010 I 5-CU News Record Number -Of Students Graduate From BethuneCookman Universitv Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona, awarded degr e es to 519 graduates -the largest graduating class in the institution s history. Of the degrees, 389 were Bachelor of Science degrees, 113 were Bachelor of Arts degrees and 17 were Master of Science in Transformative Leadership degrees. President Trudie Kibbe Reed congratulated the graduates and their families. Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie, prelate of the African Methodist Episcopal (A. M. E.) Church's 13th Episcopal District and 117th elected and consecrated bishop of the AME Church, delivered a rousing commencement address, urging the graduates to take up the mantle of leadership in their communities. She also posed a series of challenges to the Class of 2010. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Tampa's own Shirley Adams received her degree and Bible. Raquel Watson, ofTampa, an Education major, shows off her degree and Bible. AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY O r Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation .; Hard Money Purchases Down Payment Assistance Proof Of Funds To Close Rehab Money To Start Or Finish Flip Purchases & 8ales Lawsui ts & Lottery Winnings Any Qui ck Or Short Term Investments Advance Money For Funerals With Policy 100% Financing Regardless Of Credit C) m

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-17383 Division C FCDB PL REO LLC (Plaintiff) vs. MICHAEL PISCIOTTA and SUSAN ESTELLA PISCIOTTA and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other claimants; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the final judgment/order entered in the above noted case, that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as: LOT 2, BLOCK 2, L ESS THE EAST 5 FEET THEREOF, BRANDON VIEW ESTATES, ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 44, PAGE 21, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at 2:00 P.M., on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202 in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602 on June 2. 201 0. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12:00 P.M. the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK'S ADA COORDINATOR, 601 E. KENNEDY BLVD., TAMPA, FLORIDA, (813) 276-8100 EXTENSION 4205, WITHIN TWO (2) WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Dated this 4th day of May. 201 0. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ TONY A TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK 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 15,2010-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0135-0-2010/CK STIHL EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES 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 particip ate 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 22, 2010 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0160-0-2010/JB DUST CONTROL MATERIAL JUNE 22,2010-2:00 P.M ITB-0212-0-2010/JB VALVES, VARIOUS TYPES Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www hillsboroughcounty org/procurementservices This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Comm i ssioners Department of Procurement Services 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida 33602, (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours Experienced Daycare Professional Wanted Apply At: Kidz Cove Learning Center 208 West Frances Tampa, Florida Call (813) 314-9600 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 DM/DWBE lnvltitatlon to Bid RE: Hillsborough County-Northwest Solid Waste Transfer Station Expansion Quotes requested by : June 4 2010 Contact Rose @ (772) 228-9424 Poole and Kent Company of Florida INVITATION TO BID Competitive sealed b i ds will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District Brooksville Florida, and publicly opened at the specified time for : RFB 1013-WELL FIELD DATA COLLECTION BI-MONTHLY-OPENS-JUNE 24,2010@ 2:30P.M. NON MANDATORY PRE-BID CON FERENCE; JUNE 10,2010@ 2:00 P.M. (SHARP) AT THE BROOKSVILLE SERVICE OFFICE, CONFERENCE .ROOM "A" & "B", BLDG. 4, 2379 BROAD STREET, BROOKSVILLE, FL 34604. Bid Specifications may be obtained from the District's Internet website at http ://www. watermatters org/procurement or from the Purchasing Office Southwest Florida Water Management District 2379 Broad Street Brooksville FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211 extension 4133 or 1-800-423-1476 (Florida only) or TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida) The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause End Zone Barber & Unisex Shop Is Looking For Licensed Hair Stylist With Clientele Brayon Jones (Owner) Call (813) 523-2660 (813) 654-3080 Email Your Ad To: !edwards@ flsentinel com

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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 15, 2010-2:00 P.M. ITB-S-0185-0-2010/EM METER READING SERVICES **** Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www hillsboroughcounty org/procurementservices. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of 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-0147-0-2010/RM PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF TWO (2) VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES (VFD), TWO (2) PUMP MOTORS, AND A DEMAND BASE VENTILATION SYSTEM For the Real Estate Department Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole pource purchase agreement for the purchase and installation of two variable frequency drives, two pump motors and a demand base ventilation system to Tampa Bay Trane Sales Inc in the amount of $67 827.00. This procurement is considered a sole source because Tampa Bay Trane Sales Inc. under an Energy Performance Contract with the Board of County Commissioners has been awarded a long term contract to operate and maintain the Central Energy Plant serving the five major County owned buildings in downtown Tampa. Under the agreement they have guaranteed the County a specific annual savings in electrical usage and are obligated to pay the County for any excess cost above that guaranteed level. In order to insure their ability to meet that obligation and not have excuses over any failures of equipment due to lack of within any of the five buildings, that separate Operations and Maintenance Contract was awarded by the Board of County Commissioners for a period of five years to maintain that equipment in the five buildings. This sole source action is to award Tampa Bay Trane the contract to install variable frequency drives (VRD) on two 125 HP pump motors in the Central Energy Plant and a demand based ventilation for the Edgecomb Courthouse. The installation of VRD's on the pumps will maximize proficiency and minimize wear and tear on the pumps The demand base ventilation for Edgecomb Courthouse will enhance energy efficiency of the system thus generating a guaranteed cost saving to the County. The operation of the pumps and ventilation system will be monitored by the Trane Tracer System. II 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 on June 8 2010. 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. Kennedy Blvd., County Center, 18th Floor, Tampa, Florida, 33601, Attention Rosalyn Mcintosh, or FAX to (813) 272-6290 For further information call (813) 272-5790 View Our Website @ www.flsentinel.com II TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) DOCUMENT NO. B-010-10 CRUISE TERMINAL 2 EXTERIOR PAINTING PROJECT NO. 10-01310 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors to clean and coat the exterior of Cruise Terminal 2 according to the specifications in the bid documents. A mandatory Pre Bid Conference will be held Thursday June 3 2010 at 1 : 30 p.m. in the first floor TPA Board Room, 1101 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL 33602. Prospective bidders are encouraged to attend Sealed bids are due by Thursday, July 1, 2010 at 1 :00 p.m. at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. The ITB is available through a link on the TPA' s website (www.tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www.demandstar.com) Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101, Channelside Drive, 4th Floor Tampa FL 33602 Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB. TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE par ticipation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044 by email at dcasey@tampaport.com, or by fax at (813) 905-5050 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Ctvrl SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTANT I $38,646 ANIMAL CARE ASSISTANT $19,905 AUTOPSY TECHNICIAN $31,512 New Ministry Looking For Musician For Sunday Morning Worship 9 :00a.m. -10: 45 a .m. 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