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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area IIR SEE STORY ON PAGE 15 SWEARING IN CEREMONY HELD FOR NEW FIRE CHIEF Chief Thomas "Tom" Forward was sworn into office as the new Fire Chief for the City of Tampa. Chief Forward replaces Fire Chief Dennis Jones who recently retired. The appointment was recently approved by members of the Tampa City Council. He is the second African American to serve in this position. The ceremony was held in the Mayor s Conference Room at City Hall. Shown from left to right are at the swearing in ceremony are: Assistant Chief Craig Lynn; Personnel Chief Fred Greene; Communications Manager Margaret Henrich; Rescue Chief Nick Locicero; Training Chief Ron Shipp, Fire Chief Thomas Forward; Training Captain Patrick Forward; Assistant Fire Chief James Wimberly, of St. Petersburg Fire Rescue; Bill Nesmith, Fire Chief for Hillsborough County Fire Rescue; James Large, Fire Chief St. Petersburg Fire Rescue; Donald Manager, Human Relations Captain, Tampa Fire Rescue; and Michael Gonzalez, Tampa Fire Rescue. {Photography by BRUNSON). Special THA Meeting To Discuss Encore SEE PAGE 3 Mom Of 8 BaHiing Cancer Needs Help SEE PAGE 8 Musical To Benefit Woman In Coma SEE PAGE 8 African Where There Is Love, There Is No Darkness.

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25 Years Of Service Eunice Butts, left, Commander, American Legion Post 167, and Dr. William F. Marsh, Orthodontist, celebrate 25 ij: years of continuous service to the American Legion. w (Photo by Julia Jackson) > w c w :1: en ::i m :::,) a. z i= w ..J ..J :::,) m ...:, w z i= z w en <( c I: 0 ..J IJ.. I AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert The Rorida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... 1811 ltfJIIJssiJ SlllliC8! Personalized Service .Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee Investigators -If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available AUto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Student Inducted Into College Talent Program BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A 10-year-old elementary school student has been in ducted into a college talent program. She is in the top 5% of students in her grade in Hillsborough County. Mrs. Renita Williams, grandmother of Cedrica Jackson, said she was noti fied by a letter that Cedrica had been inducted into the Duke University Talent Pro gram. The honor was be stowed upon her becaue of her ranking among other 4th grade students in the county "We are very, very proud of her. It has been a long strug gle for her and she is doing well. CEDRICA JACKSON Cedrica is a student at Philip Shore Magnet School of the Arts. She actively reads and recently won second place in the "Battle of the Books." Ms. Williams also said Cedrica has made the honor roll continously since begin ning school. She enjoys help ing her grandmother around the house and she loves to read and play chess. Cedrica is also a member of the Nick Cap-itano Boys & Girls Club and was also voted "Citizen of the Year." She is the daughter of Cedric Jackson. She is also the granddaughter of Joseph Williams and Robert Troupe. In addition to playing chess and reading, Cedrica enjoys spending time on the computer and playing out side. 36-Year Investigator Surprised With Retirement luncheon BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After graduating from col lege a Tampa man returned home and sought employ ment. Recently, he retired from the position that he held for 36 years. Luarthur Robertson, Sr., was the honoree at two separate retirement parties. His wife,-Mrs. Betty Robertson, said it wasn't easy, but she was able to host a surprise dinner at Cafe Don Jose Restaurant. She said he became suspicious because one of his photographs was suddenly missing The difficulty arose because Robertson had spent his life as an investigator for the Hillsborough County Public D efender 's Office. And, being in that profes ion it wasn t easy to pull anything over on him, Mrs. Robertson said Last Thursday, Robertson was invited to a luncheon at Columbia Restaurant. He didn't know at the time that his former employer, Hills borough County Defender Julianne Holt was going to be present. Ms. Holt said, He is such an e>..1:raordinary person. He has only had one job, but has stayed committed to it for 36 years. He's made such an im pact on all of the employees, as well as in tl1e liv es of those he has met. He is truly a re flection of what good is all about." A Tampa native, Robertson graduated from Middl e ton High School in 1970 He grad uat ed from All n Univer s it y in Columbia, South ar o lina, wHh a B. A. d gree in Last week, a surprise luncheon was held at Columbia Restaurant for Luarthur Robertson, Sr., who is retiring after 36 years as an Investigator for the Hillsborough County Public Defender's Office. Robertson is shown with his wife, Mrs. Betty Robertson, and his boss, the Honorable Ms. Julianne M. Holt, Public Defender of Hillsborough County,. 13th Judicial Circuit, at the luncheon. (Photography by BRUNSON). Physical Education and Gen eral Science. Robertson returned to Tampa and was hired in 1974, by the Hillsborough County Public Defender's Office as an Investigator. Although he ha worked in various departments, he re mained an inve tigator for th duration of his mplo -m nt . Robertson i marri d to Mrs. Betty Robertson and i s th fatl1 r of tw n Lu-arthur, Jr., and Keldrick. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Robertson, Sr., and. a member of Peace Progressive Missionary Bap tist Church. Since his retirement, Robertson has already ac quired an interest in golf at tl1 urging of on of hi m ntor Coach Billy Reed. H al o p lan to g t in ol d in olunt ring and nroll in mputer la

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c: Encore Proiectls Topic 01 Special THA Board Meeting c Cc: z m Jerome Ryans, CEO and t of the Tampa Hous Authority, has called a board meeting for t:Ullt:::s'uav at 9 a.m. The pur of the meeting is to dis issues surrounding the Project. During the meeting, the will approve the inter agreement and devel agreement with the City Tampa. In February $38 million Stimulus Funding was with $10 million to the City of Tampa $28 million being desig infrastructure for the Project Although the a ground reaking ceremony and two ob fairs have taken place the remains at a standstill. infrastructure construe cannot begin without the roper permits from the City Tampa. The first phase of the project all roads, sidewalks, nderground utilities, water sewer lines lighting, Sip up fOr Energy PI-, and r.ctew.,.. Home Energy Audit lllld eight-rsrNvfng 1111ht l ket, hotel, museum and school. Z The meeting will be held iir ::::! z the Tampa Housing Authority m Boardroom and is open to the r;public. I I m ::::! z "'D c: m c (/) ::I: m c m < m ::D -< c: m (/) c )> z c "T1 ::D c Our energy analysts are ready to show YOu how With our free Energy program. Take advantage of lower electricity rates avaltable most of the day .and save even more by controlling appliances with an advanced thermostat installed free by Tampa Eiectric. also receive a complete Home Energy Audit, eight energy-saving light bulbs and recommendations on how to help maximize savings. Sign up at tampaelectric.com/energyplannor or call 813.223.0800 in Hillsborough County, 863.299.0800 in Polk County or 1.888.223.0800 In all other counties (select Home Account, then Energy Saving Programs to reach Energy Management Services). Energy Planner Is designed for single family homes (multi family, mobile and manufactured homes are Ineligible). To complete a free E;nergy At.Jdlt. visit

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Editorials/Columns co w z ""') >- all point to his plans for embracing and expanding HCC's "community oriented" stance, as well as contin;:, uation of academic excellence. With a history and repa. utation as a bridge-builder, Dr. Atwater appears to be right at home and poised to enhance HCC's tradition. tJj ...J ...J ;:) m ..J w z ;::: z w (/) ct c a: 0 ...J LL. What Will Thev Do For The Summer J ust like what happened to New Orleans after Hurri.cane Katrina, Urban and Rural America has found sparse resources and programs during these economic years. One such sparse resource is the list of available summer youth programs, especially for children who live out in the so-called ''un-incorporated areas." We say "unincorporated" because what many former inner city families have found, after moving outside city limits, is the surrounding communities are often unprepared or privately unwilling to accommodate low-income needs. Drive through any of the area suburbs where lowrent apartment complexes have sprung up like mushrooms. What you see is a large population of children, from toddlers to teenagers. What you do not see are systems set up to provide summer recreational resources for these children. We suggest to all communities with large child populations that they make plans, if they have not already done so, to help accommodate children who may well be without summer recreation programs. Are You Sure You Want A Child it I have heard it said that having a child is a bless ing, a joy, one of the wonders of the world. I know that having a child is a tremen dous responsibility that calls for great sacrifices. That's why I ask prospective par ents: are you sure you want to have a child? I ask that question to both the male and the female I ask both of them this ques tion with an y regards to age. That i s s o b e cau s e there are old er coupl es, as w ell a s youn ger o n es w h o a r e n o t r ea d y f or th e r es ponsibility of r a i s in g a c hild. Th e r e spon s ibili ty to the child is the sam e w heth e r the pr e gnanc y is planned or un exp e cted Ask y ourself am I r ea d y to put the intere s t of m y child abo ve that of an y bod y or anything else, includin g m yself? If th e a n swe r is no, then you have no busi ness having a child. The street life has to come to an almost complete end. It could mean a loss of old friends, more time spent at home, mandatory learning for raising and providing for the child now and in the future. I know that love is a wonderful thing, but know that anytime you express y our love physically, a child can be the result if no pre caution is taken. When contemplating a c hild you must also consider how y ou will clothe, feed, educate and care for your child. You need to know w here y our help is coming from. There is much truth to the saying that it takes a w hole village to raise a child. While y ou ma y not be able to g e t an entire village to help y ou raise y our child, y ou will Henrv McNeal Turner Would y ou beli e v e that an African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church bishop preached that God was Black as early as the 1870s? Meet Bishop Henry McNeal Turner, preacher author pion e ering AME Church organizer and mis sionary civil rights a c tivist, politician and one of the most influential Black lead ers in late 19th centu ry Geor gia. Turner was respected and honored by Black Americans, Black Canadians and three American presidents for his religious and civil rights ac tivism. On the other hand, Turner was scandalized be cause this fiery orator preached that God was Black. Furthermore Turner was accused of immorality when he succ e ssfully sought political office. Born fr ee in South Carolina in 1833, to parents who were also free (another interesting story) Turner was sent to liv e with Qu a kers to avoid e nslav e ment. At the age of 14, Turner con v erted to Methodism and began work ing for a prestigious white law firm where he was helped to learn to read and write. He traveled throughout the South as an evangelist and later married Eliza Peacher and together they had 14 children. Turner was accepted as an AME preacher in St. Louis, Missouri, and later traveled to Maryland and Washington D. C., to serve as pastor of area churches. When the Civil War broke out, Turner urged President Abraham Lincoln to enlist free Blacks in the Union Army and organized the First Regiment of United States Colored Troops in his church s courtyard. President Lincoln appointed Turner as Chaplain of the regiment, which fought many valiant battles in the Virginia area. After the war PresidentAnd.rew Johnson re assigned Turner to a Black regiment in Atlanta Georgia Turner then spent three years traveling throughout Georgia to help organiz e the c e rtainl y n ee d mor e than one or two people. One of the main reason s why so many of our children are going astray today is be cause we have too many par ents who are not ready for the responsibility to raise a child. Today, too many of our children are left to raise themselves. As my late mother used to say, today we have babies raising babies and neither of them know the right things to do. In so many cases, the baby's mama's mama isn't much older than the daughter and lacks the know-how to assist the daughter. I remember back in the day, all a young, inexperi enced mother had to do was call her own mother and instant advice or help was available. Today calling the grandmother is useless be cause first of all she doesn't know what to do and se condly she may not have gotten home from the party yet. Folks, irresponsible and y oung people having babies is a serious problem that needs to be addressed. Too many lives are getting messed up by this process. AME church. In 1867, Turner was elected to the Georgia House of Represen tatives and soon afterward he was appointed as postmaster of Macon, Georgia by President Ulysses S. Grant. Between 1870 and 1885 Turner reclaimed his leg islative seat; lost the seat in a reelection, moved to Savan nah to pastor St. Phillips AME Church, was elected to manage the AME publishing house, and wrote several books Immediately after being elected as the 12th bishop of the AME Church in 1880, Turner ordained the first woman, Sarah Ann Hughes, to the office of dea con He later wrote the guide to Methodist policies and practices ; promoted the ex pansion of the AME Church to Africa and Latin America, published two civil rights ori ented newspapers, and sup ported the Back-to-Africa Movement. Turner died in 1915, and is buried in Atlanta. Today, a seminary in Atlanta and a large number of churches are named in his honor in both America and Canada. Turner's portrait hangs in the Georgia State Capitol. What an exciting and inspir ing life Bishop Turner lived Harambee!

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-tl--o-ro_s_c_o_p_e_s_/ __ __ Horoscopes Today's Birthday---Differences of opin i on among associates pro vide the meat of your work all year. As you develop awareness of th e sources of confusion or deception you bring order to seemingly unre lated information. Feel your way cautiously, as you reveal your unex pected findings Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Issues between family and co-work ers could cause stress today. A creative solution is in order, with extra points for one that doesn t break the bank. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Make sure to look your best before leaving the house today. That way, no matter what happens, you ensure that others get the message loud and clear. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Priorities shift in the direction of cash management. Put down a deposit and make payment arrangements. You can relieve stress while keeping options open Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Backstage romance is a given today Start early to plan the details. You want everything to come off without a hitch. A female makes it easy. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You thought you were finished. It's not over until it s over, and even then it's not. You eventually win Be patient, and it will all work out Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Love flows in both directions but only if you allow it. Open your heart to your favorite person on more than one level. Enjoy the results. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-A lin e gets drawn. If you want to go along with the crowd, you have to jump to their side Hint: that' s the best plan so do it. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-A burst of energy carries you for ward with vacation plans. Your favorite person knows just the right menu to suit everyone's desires. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-To complete your projects today, you need assistance from a creative friend or nei g hbor. That way you don t stress over thing s you can t change. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You and a friend s t art ou t o n a new adventure today. Brin g plenty of food. You wouldn t wan t to have to leave the fun. Aries (March 21-April 19) -You become aware o f confusion among associa te s. Disagreements add stress, until you exa min e the un derlying feelings. Result s are positive. Taurus (April2o-May 20)T e mper your d es ir e to crit i c ize with comp assion. You don t need to hear everyt hin g o n your mind a nd neither do othe r s Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-Scott tells Annie to mov e in with him ; Colby offers Liza a truce; Liza hires an exotic dancer. Scott tells Annie to move in with him; Colby offers Liza a truce; Liza hire s an exotic dancer. David and Jake are taken down to the PVPD; Amanda may find the missing wedding ring; Ryan and Greenlee share a moment AS THE WORLD TURNS Lucinda gives Lily some interesting information; Molly has reservations about Holden. The truth comes out Molly's drugging; Vienna seduces Henry. Luke helps Bob schmooze a potential client; Emily tries to get Paul on her side. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Stephanie and Eric spend a ro mantic evening together in the Big Bear cabin; Stephanie admits that she's been wrong about Brooke; Oliver is overwhelmed with guilt and experiences a panic attack. Ridge and Brooke have a miscommunica tion about the current state of their sex life; Steffy confronts Hope about not being an invited guest to her party; Hope has new confidence in her relationship with Oliver. Brooke confronts Oliver about his strange behavior; Ridge and Stephanie share a cathartic moment; Oliver sets Steffy straight when she asks about his and Hope's sex life; Stephanie is puzzled by Pam's new defiant attitude. Brooke confronts Oliver about his strange behavior; Ridge and Stephanie share a cathar tic moment ; Oliver sets Steffy straight when s h e asks about his and Hope' s sex life; Stephanie is puzzled by Pam's new defiant attitude. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Stephanie admits to Nathan that s h e might be pregnant; Chloe has second thoughts about her plan ; DA Woods informs Arianna that she has no alibi; Rafe and Shane plan their escape from the South American jail; Sami praises EJ for helping Arianna. EJ assures Sami that he will protect her and their ltids; Rafe and Shane are returned to their cell; Gabi finds Brady in an embrace with Nicole; Melanie asks Philip what's bothering him; Nicole tells Baker that everything is going as planned. Hope falls apart after learn ing about Alice; Julie and Maggie make Alice's famous doughnuts; Melanie finds a vulnerable Nathan at the pier; Stefano wants to stop Madeline in her tracks; Chad and Will decide to uncover the truth be hind the old photo. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Carter attacks Jason; Michael makes a confession; Carly rents the apartment across from Dante. Jason tells Sam of his intent to commit murder; Lulu is troubled by Brook; Carly wants Sonny behind bars. Brook pays Dante a visit in nothing but a towel; Lulu confronts Sonny; despite Tracy's worsening, condition, He lena denies her help ONE LIFE TO LIFE David Vickers makes an offer to Bo and Nora; Natalie and Brody make a pact ; Rex and Gigi continue to recon nect. Lindsay ha s an offer for Bo and Nora; three coup l es make love; Rex and Gigi agree to start over. Langston makes a confession; a young stranger encounters Starr; Dorian is left s haken. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Chloe ha s to wait for a n answer from Chance; Billy's l oyalty to his family i s te s ted Cane mak es a drastic decision to save Lily's life ; in order to find the truth Victor puts hi s life on the line. Phylli s plans to so lve her Sharon problem; Victor find s a s hoclting clue : Guests attending a pot luck dinner in recognition of area Boy Scouts were Margaret Brady, Alice Palmer, Addie Washington, Delores Sims and John Blair. AKA members preparing gifts for Wimauma residents are Oeft to right): Mesdames Claudia Lowry, Joanna Jones, Lois Miles, and Theo Grimes. Members of the 1968 AKA Sorority are Oeft to right, seated): Joanna Jones, Vivian Henry, Margaret Roach, and Elfa Ruffin. Standing: Shirley Brown Lola Allen, Louise Duniels, Nancy Rolfe, Jenile Thomas, Johnson Betty Brown, Christine Thomas, Stella Jameson, Yvette Smith Norma Smith Jacqueline Reeves, Mamie Shields, Vivian Oliver, Lois Mills, Cosette Watkins, Alveta-Maultsby .(;:oretha Argro, -Daisy Sweetin .and 'Fhornton, c z m ClO N 0 ...I. 0 "11 r-0 JJ c :t> I (/) m z :::! z m r-llJ c r rm :::! z "D c llJ r-u; :::I: m c m < m JJ -< -t c m (/) c :t> z c "11 JJ c

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c a: LL. c z a: w > w c w :::z:::: en :::::i m ;::::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J ;::::) m I ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL. All About You MEO,TONY AndSHARITA SHARITA, MAL AndMEO Birthday wishes go out to our girl, Meo. From, your man, your kids, the Moultry family, the Kovettes and all of the Best of Both World players and coach es Congratulations, 2010 Graduate Rachel Naomi Johnson is a graduating senior at George D Chamberlain High School, while employed at McDonald' s Ca s p e r's Company and Sweet Bay, Inc. Johnson is a member of Distributive Education Clubs of America, w here s h e won 2nd place in the District Eight Competition in the event of Quick-Serve Restaurant Management, and was able to compete in the State' s Conference. Johnson is a member of the National Technical Honor Society and a participant in the Upward Bound Program at the University of South Florida. Johnson is a volunteer for the Big Brother Big Sister Program. She is also a volunteer for the Tampa Bay Children's Choir. Johnson will be further ing her education at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, where she will be studying to become a Pharmaci st. Johnson b elieves that COME RACHEL NAOMI JOHNSON she "ca n t change the direction of the wind, but can adjust her sails to alwa ys reach her destination. Rachel Johnson i s th e daughter of proud parents Sister Theresa Johnson and Willie Williams, Jr. H e r proud grandparents are Mrs. Henrietta and Willie Wilson, Rev. Joe and Mrs. Joyce Johnson, Willie and Mrs. Mae Williams, Sr. an,d Mrs. Sarah and Elder James Savage. PJaJ in our ParkS THIS SUMMERI Ages 5-17 9 one-week camps June 14 -August 13 Arts & Crafts Team Sports Games Sports Clinics Field Trips Special Events Special Interest Camp tool Sibling Discounts, Reduced Fees and Scholarships Available REGISTRATION INFORMATION City of Tampa Resident Priority Mar ch 29 Aprll 2 or until full Open Registration April 3 or until full
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Local N co w z :::l Mother BaRling Cancer Still Needs Help c en w :::l 1-Ms. MaryWashington-Baker is still in need of assistance. Her family was recently evicted and are currently living in a motel. Ms. Washington-Baker is shown with her children, Donovan, Jalissia, Kyle, Charisse, Sybrina, Alan, and Danielle. Akime is not shown. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor c a: Days before Christmas the LL Sentinel was contacted by a C young lady seeking help for her :i family The young lady said her > mother is battling terminal cancer and the family was in need en ofhelp. Since the article first appeared 1-in the Sentinel, the family's veij: hide was repossessed in March w and they have once again been ii'j evicted. They are currently live ing in a motel. w Danielle Stinson, 19, drew attention to her family with a ::l telephone call and the commum nity responded. The young lady is now hoping that the commu Z will respond once again. Her mother, Ms. Mary Washington-Baker, 41, had learned that she had breast canal cer. However she didn't tell her ...!. family until after she became unemployed. Ms. Washington-Baker. continues her battle Z with the cancer. She is also preparing to have surgery in the
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church Hagpenings Tver temple United Methodist Church Celebrates 120th Anniversarv Tyer Temple United Methodist Church currently l ocated at 3303 N. 15th Street, ce l ebra t ed its 120th A nniv e rsmy on May 16, 2010. A capacity a udi ence attend ed the service, w hi c h featured Rev. Adrian Taylor as the guest speaker. Others who participa t e d on the program were: Delores Williams, Elder Michelle Patty, Denise Trigg, Juanita Underwood, Ms. Rucker, Apostle Joanne Russell, Bridget and Andrea Gordon, Jacqueline Wilds, Corlis Campbell, Mark and Gloria Alexander, Ruthie Sampson, Gladys Cousin, Trooper (Buffalo Soldiers) George Shaw, Curline Smith, Joyce Austin, Dr. Margaret Fisher, Cynthia Taylor (who introduced her son), Javaris Gooding-Butts, Rev. Geraldine Christopher, Pastor; and Gail Reddick. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Guest speaker Rev. Adrian Taylor, with Elder Michelle Patty. Patricia Thompson and Joyce Carroll at the 120th Church Anniversary celebration. Chairladies Dr. Margaret Fisher and Gail Reddick. GeGe and Yvonne Holmes in service. Mother's Dav At Allen Temple AME Church Several familie s worshiped tog ether at Allen Temple AME Church on Mother's Day. Rev. Michael Bouie, Pastor, brought the message from Proverbs 31, "The Idealistic Versus the Realistic ." Also during this service, Sandra Bell and Evelyn Moore were pre sented their license to preach. Rev. Bouie made the presentation (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Sandra Bell and Evelyn Moore with Rev. Michael Bouie in the rear. Wendy, Brandon and Rev. Byron Pressley were among those in service on Mother's Day. This family includes, front row: Michael Sawyer, Marquis Suwyer, Sybil Goings (holding Chundler Randolph) and MyQuusja Suwye On the second row, Taylor Eady, Kutrina Ead y, Robyn Eu d y, .Jc stin Eady, and Camre' Williams. Baptist And Methodist worshiP Together ..... c: m C1J 0 Presiding Elder Henry Green and the Tremendous Tampa District were invit e d to a joint service with the Reverend Henry Lyons and the Florida Baptist Convention. The service was held at Faith Temple M B Church, Rev. c.. Eric Campbell, Pastor Rev. Green preached from Mark 14:32, "Agony To Destiny. (Pho-m tos by Lomax Mcintyre, Jr.) Convention President, Rev. Dr. Henry J. Lyons; Tampa District Presiding Elder, Rev. Henry Elmore Green; and Host Pastor, Rev. Eric Campbell. Rev Danny and Katrina OsReverend Walter Lassiter. borne. At the Skills Center, your child will not only receive an exciting, memorable and rewarding basketball experience, but we will also equip patticipants with the life skills necessary to succeed off the court. Registration open now-June 12. 20 I 0 Offidol League Doles: June 19. 2010-August 7 2010 Draft Doy is June 12. 2010 o 9:00am lor ages 6 8 1 O:OOam for ages 9-11 II :30om lor ages 12-1-4 1:OOpm tor ages 15-17 Games played at Wilbert Davis Boys & Girls Club o 3515 Sarah Street. Ta!TVXJ fl33605 5 coed divisions availa ble for l:lds ages 3-17. o A I sldllevels welcome! League Fee : Just $751 o f1000clol assistance available prtlclpMJon lncludu rrteBible Junior }erNY and a FREE ticket to a n Orlando Matdc home nme Dlarerf Skills Center Jr. Magic Registration To ref/Sttlt or for more itrfomutjon, u/1 or Mtlll tiHJ l..,ue diNICtors: John Arrrlyo, (813) 391-2841, Cbrif K'lrrd. (813) 323-3104, OR. DeiJcl! and MID Tlrll fOOl To; Sldlk C.ntff Jr llafic, 5470 E. Busch llouleQnfl SUite 132, Tlltllp6 FL 33617 PlAYER NAME:----------------GENDER: __ __ SCHOOL: ------------GRADE: ----AGE: ----RACE: IJ All1an Amer1can IJ .American ll'ldM IJ Asian IJ Pacific 1slandl!r IJ White IJ Other ETHN!CITY: IJ Hlsperllc IJ Non-Htspenlc YOUR CHILD'S lrrllME Wini 1llE SKIU.S CENTER? Yes No AGE DMS!CtiS: IJ 3 5 years old (IUtlrtlg YOU1Q RISing l!ka NYRA) IJ 6 8 ye11r5 old IJ 9-11 years old IJ 12 14 years old 0 15-17 years old (Hioh School) 0 Ylh. Smell 0 Ylh. Mecloo1 IJ Ylh. t..arge IJ AOJit S IJ AdUt M IJ MAt L IJ Milt XL 0 Mllt XXI.. GUARDIAN'S (YOUR;) NAME: RElATIONSHIP TO PLAYER: -----_________ EMERGENCY CONTACT (Name Md Phone Nl.mber): ------------$75 Payment may lle IMde via: Monev Order, C&sh Mne USing Pay Pel. 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 :::D 0 )> C1J m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z ., c: m c: C1J ::I: m 0 m < m :::D -< ..... c: m C1J 0 )> z 0 ., :::D 0

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C\1 co UJ z ::J c en UJ ::J 1-c :t u. c z <( c en UJ ::J 1->:t UJ > Ul c UJ :r en ::; m ::J Q. z t= w _, _, ::J m _, w z t= z w en I :t 0 _, u. 0 ,... lakeland Mavor Declares Fridav 'The Art And Soul 01 Youth Dav' Mayor Gow Fields, r e cently elected Mayor of Lake land on Monday, June 7, 2010, issued a proclamation declaring Friday, June 11 2010 as The Art and Soul of Youth Day." The proclamation recog nizes the work of Keto Hodges and his wife, Shirrre A. Miller-Hodges, in their non-profit Commu nitie s Count, Too!, Inc., in Lakeland. Their signature event, The Art and Soul of YOUth" will SHIRRE MILLER-HODGES be h e ld on Friday June 11, 2010, 7-9 p. m. in Lak e land to showcase the talents of Polk Count/Lakeland youths, as well as youth s from the Tampa Bay area. Tickets are available for the event. Communities Count, Too!, Inc. ha s collaborated with Roch elle School of the Arts, Jewett School of the Arts, the Tampa community and local businesses to provided expo sure for the youn g artists. For additiona l information, call (863) 662-8554 or (813) 389 -5020 Blake Class 011965 Prepares For 45-Year Reunion The time has passed swiftly and the 1965 Yellow Jackets Class has reached the 45th year mark The reunion plan s are on and this is the final no tice for the Blake Alumni to join the fun and sun. The location for the 45th Reunion Kickoff is the Wingate b y Wyndham at 3751 E. Fowler Avenue. The activities are starting Friday, June 11, 2010, with registration in the Activity Room. The Class Night will feature indoor and poolside fun and games with oldie but goodie sounds of the time. Saturday morning starts with a Health Fair Continen tal Low Fat, High Fiber Breakfast. "Learning How to Eat Healthy and Good Dental Care will feature a special guest from th e Health De partment's Health Education Unit. Following th e Health Fair will b e th e Indoor Picnic at the same s ite, Wingate Pool side and Conference R oom to conti nu e wit h the meet and g r eet. Culminating Saturda y will be the Class Night Gal a at th e Alfano 's Hall across from the Wingate. This will feature dining dancing and a brief program to include a salute to the deceased cla ss mates and teachers from Howard W Blake High School. Sunday morning the class will worship at Bibl eBased Fellowship Church with Rev. Arthur Jones, D. Min., Sr BankofAmerlca. -In partnership with Pastor at 4811 Ehrlich Road. Classmates are asked to gather b etwee n 9:45 -10 A. M. for morning service. The class will gather for an e arly dinner after morning worship at 1 P.M. The after noon and evening will be spent at the hotel for some and packing for others as the gro up prepares Monday for a 5-day cruise The class will meet Tues day, June 8 2010 at the West Tampa Library at 6 P.M. All classmates from the Class of 1965 are welcome. Contact : Johnnie Johnson, Carolyn Collins, Henry DuPree, Corene Collins, Betty Johnson, and/or Bruce Miles for additio nal information. Free Housing & Education Alliance Free Presents ""It's Great to be Home!" You are Invited to a free eight hour workshop to learn what It takes to be a successful home owner. This class Is sponsored by Bank of America Today's foreclosure crisis ha s empha sized the need to provide potential homeowners with quality, comprehensive, easy to under stand homebuyer education Housing & Education Allianc e, a HUD Certified Housing Coun seling Agency, and Bank of America are committed to providing Tampa Bay area families With the education they need to ensure that our clients avoi d the pain of foreclosure. Come and learn ... Budgeting Skills Understanding Credit and Improving Your Score Choosing a Home Selecting a Realtor and Lender, and most Importantly How to be a successful homeowne r and How to keep the home you purchase Century Buick -3308 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa, Fl. Saturday, June 19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. To register call 813-261-5151 ext. 1151 Seating Is lim/ted-Register Now Free Refreshments, Lunch & Door Prizes Project H.O.P.E. Announces Third Annual Health Fair BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Saturday, June 12th, Proj ect H.O.P.E. will be host ing their third annual Com munity Health Fair This year, the event will be held at the H.O.P.E. Learning Center, 2902 East Lake Ave nue, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m There will be free basic health screenings provided b y Ultimate Medical Academy, and Bayside Family Health care. Tampa Family Health Center will provide free HIV testing. There will also be a repre se ntative from Moffitt Cancer Center to provide information to youth on the hazards of smoking and encourage all y oung people to attend a sign a Smoke Free Pledge Card There will be a pharmacist Local to answer any questions re garding prescriptions and medication. A doctor will also be available for basic consul tations and to answer ques tions. Bill Sims, Consultant for Project H.O P E., said this is the perfect opportunity for the community to come together. This isn't about East Tampa; West Tampa or any other area This is about all communities coming to gether. That's what it will take for there to be any positive change, and that's the best way to make sure valuable in formation is getting to everyone Sims said their goal is to provide a wealth of informa tion to empower the commu nity to make health choices, and to live a healthy lifestyle For more information, please call (813) 234-3181 Crime Watch Association Meeting Planned The Old West Tampa Neighborhood Crime Watch Association will meet on Tuesday (today) June 8 from 6:30p.m. to 8 p.m. The meeting will take place at MacFar lane Park on Oregon. Members are asked to attend and bring a friend or neighbor. Workshop, Special Board Meeting Scheduled The Hillsborough County School Board will hold a spe cial called meeting followed by a workshop from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday June 8 in the second floor staff conference room at the Raymond 0. Sh e lton School Administrative Center. The special called meeting is to consider time-sensitive items and the workshop is re garding health insurance up dates. The Administrative Center is located at 901 E. Kennedy Blv d., Tampa. IIICP lllllllrlll Fir S111111r Tlllrlll IIDIIII The Hillsborough County Branch NAACP h as opened regi tration for it s ununer ac ade mic tutorial program. Parent can register their childr n a t the NAACP Office 308 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd. Suite "C." The tutorial program be gins Monday June 218 1 and e nds on Thursday, July 151h The hours of operation are g :oo A.M. until 11:45 A.M. Monday through Thur da Th office will b closed Monda July 5'\ in ob er vanc of the 4'h of July holi day Par nts are advi ed to contact th NAA P Bran ch Office to e nroll tlieir childr n. pace is limit ed. For more in formation, call 234-8683

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Entertainment ffi lil Mama Blamed For Stealing And Trashing Clothes From Video Shoot Reports have claimed that rapper/dancer Lil Mama has been accused of stealing and trashing clothes from a video shoot. According to witnesses Lil Mama borrowed clothes from a New Boyz & Lil Romeo v ideo shoot where she and the rest of the dancers ruined most of the clothes, while stealing the rest of them. Sources say that many of the clothes had paint spots and dirt all over them once they were found. Although the producer has tried to contact Lil Mama and her people, he has been denied of access and now plans to press charges for the destruction and thievery of the clothes. LILMAMA The video with Romeo and the New Boyz was being filmed in partnership of America's Best Dance Crew, a show where Lil Mama appears as a regular judge for the competition. Porn Actor Suspected In Killing Dies LOS ANGELES--A porn actor suspected of killing a colleague died Saturda y after fallin& some 40 feet from a rocky hillside after a standoff with police, officials said. SWAT officers had spent part of Saturday afternoon trying to talk Stephen Hill down from the hillside as he clutched a sword It was unknown whether the sword was the murder weapon in Tuesday's deadly attack at a DVD production center that also left two peo ple injured Hill; 34, fled to the Chatsworth neighborhood hillside after leaving a house where he was barricaded for most of Saturday. Murder and attempted murder charges had been filed against Hill Friday after Eric Jover, who runs the Ultima DVD production house, offered a $2,000 reward on the company's website for information leading to his arrest STEPHEN HILL Hill attacked a colleague with a sword that was used as a film prop during a social gathering at Ultima s studios about a week after being told he was being fired and that he would have to move out of the production facility, where he had been living, authorities said. He then turned on two oth ers who rushed to their coworker's defense. One of those who attempted to help, Herbert Hin Wong, 30, was killed in the attack. Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www. flsentinel.com Now With On-line Advertisi And Morel Don Cheadle Named UN Goodwill Ambassador DON CHEADLE Actor Don Cheadle has become a spokes man for the United Nations e nvironment program. H e was appoint e d Saturday in Rwanda s capital as a U N Environment Program Goodwill Ambassador and vowed to fight climate change and promote environment conservation. UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner announced the appointment, saying that Cheadle would help rai se green awareness among mil lion s of peopl e around the g lobe. Cheadle a lso n a m ed a bab y gorill a Zoya, a nam e chosen b y int e rn e t u se r s as p a rt of a UNEP awa r e n ess program. Chamillionaire's House Foreclosed On CHAMILUONAIRE It seems that these trying financial times have hit Hip Hop as well as Houston lyri cists Chamillionaire had his mansion foreclosed on. Koopa lost the 7,583 sq. foot home which h e picked up for roughly $2 million back in 2006 -after failing to make several payments Chamillioanire spoke on the loss stating that he decid ed to let that house go" becaus e the r ea l esta te mar k e t had turned and the hous e had b ecome a bad investment. Chamillionaire also not e d that h e was neve r at the hom e b ec ause "I was always on th e road touring." He a dd ed, "I just didn t feel lik e it was a good business invest m ent to pay that much mort gage for a hou se I was n e ver at." But Chamillionaire mad e it c l ea r that h e i s far from b e ing hom e less and stated, I still got all the cars." (/) Nas Reoonedlv Removes Kelis Tattoo c ?< c.. c z m 0) "Kelis said her milkshake bring all the boys to the yard, then Nas went, and tattooed the b *tch on his arm. -50 Cent While the idea may sound rather sentimental and come off as a nice gesture, too many have had to learn the hard way that tattooing the names of their significant others is never the best option to scar their body NAS with. For Nas, a substantial amount of grief, and even more reported child and spousal support bas come from a woman that he left inked on his right arm. "TT There are now reports, r however that the rapper has 0 ::D chosen to get rid of the reminder and will build upon it instead of having it cn completely removed. ::::t z m r Coleman's Ex-Wile savs He'd Have Been like Ali I m c r r m ::::t z Gary Coleman' s ex-wife Shannon Price, has come under fire for deciding to discontinue the actor' s life s upport. But Price said that she made the decision because if she didn' t Coleman would be "like Muhammad Ali." Th e doctors told us that even if they had done surgery on him he would've died," Price said. "He would've bled to death during the surgery Even if they did take a chunk out of his brain, he would not be the same. He d basically be like Muhammad Ali ... I mean Gary was gone." (Ali suffers from Parkinson' s disease, which causes tremors and slurred speech.) "I don't want people to be so hard on me thinking I bad to pull the plug too early, GARY COLEMAN And Ex-Wife, SHANNON Price said. Price has been under additional scrutiny for her behavior during the 911 call :B she made upon finding Coleman after the accident that caused his brain hemor rhage. In the call, she said, "There s blood all over. And I can't do anything."Price also said she was hesitant to help Coleman because she "couldn't be near blood. For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! NowCookl Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Snapper *Shrimp Sheap Head live Blue Crabs Special Discounts For Churches, Banquets, Family Reunions And La Orders.

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co w z ::::::1 ""') 0 Reggie wavne Will SkiP Colts' Minicamp ffi The Indianapolis Colts will ::::::1 be without star wide rec e iver 1-Reggie'Wayne for their mandatory minicamp this weekend, NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora reported Thursday Wayne, who has two years at less than $6 million per left on his contract, wants a new deal. He's apparently pre pared to boycott a mandatory team activity thus subject ing himself to a fine -to prove his point. The Colts h ave survived the declin e and eventual departure of p e rennial Pro Bowler Marvin Harrison, large l y b eca u se of Wayne' s tal ents. Over the l as t three seasons, Wayne has 286 ca t c hes, n ea rl y 4,000 yards and 26 touchdowns. H e ha s a s tr eak of five str a i ght seasons with REGGIE WAYNE So or more catches, along with six stra i ght 1,000ya rd yea rs. While it ca n b e argued -fairly that Wayne d eserves a n ew deal the Colts d o n t seem inclin e d to o blige at th e m o m e nt. 0 a: LL. 0 z <( 0 (/) Obama: 'Wonderful' Storv If Lebron Stavs In Ohio WASHINGTON --The w ::::::1 1-> pres id ent is on the record a: again abo ut LeBron James and thi s time, th e p eople of W Cleveland m ay b e happie r 0 about it. President Barack (f) Obama to l d CNN on ::J Thurs da y th a t it would b e a t e rrific story if th e basketball a. superstar stayed with the Z Cleveland Cav ali e r s in stead of i= switching teams as a free w ..J agent. 5 S ai d Obama: That' s a t own m that has had som e tough times. The presi d ent sa id it W would b e a wonderful s t a t e ment to Cleve l a nd if James z said: ''I'm going to m a k e a commitm ent to thi s city." The president s tuck to hi s C PRESIDENT OBAMA And LEBRON JAMES point tha t James n ee d s to find a winni n g situation with a goo d team a nd coach. But h e did not ge n t l y nudg e James toward the Chicago Bulls Obama' s hometown t ea m as th e pres id en t did in a n int e rview l ast month. a: -----------------------------------------0 ..J LL. Shaq Issues A One-On-One Challenge -In Spelling WASHINGTON Basketball great and reality TV star Shaquille O'Neal tried to add another championship title to his resume: spelling champion. The hoop s star challenged last year's champion speller, 14-year-old Kavya Shivashankar, to a spell-off on Friday during a break at Scripps National Spelling Bee. R e porter s weren t allow e d to watch. The showdown wa s taped for O'Neal's "Shaq Vs."reality s how Beforehand, O'Neal and Kavya exchanged some scripted trash talk. Sh e said w she would accept his cl ialCJ lenge, warning him she beat if Jimmy Kimmel in a similar SHAQUILLE O'NEAL challenge last year. "Are you sure you want to do this? she asked O'Neal. I did win the N a tional Sp e lling Bee last year." Keep in mind I have m y bachelor's and master's, and I'm r ea dy to go," he said. BucsSign 4th-Round Pick Williams To 4-Year Deal MIKE WILLIAMS TAMPA--Fourth-round draft pick Mike Williams has s i g n e d a four-year contract with the Tampa Ba y Buccaneers. Th e team announced the d ea l Friday The wid e rec e iv e r had 60 r ecept i o n s for 837 yards a nd 1 0 touchdown s for Syr ac u se as a sop homor e in 2007. H e missed th e 2008 seaso n af t e r b eing cau g h t c h ea ting o n an exa m H e m a d e 49 catch es for 746 y ards a n d s i x t o uchdowns last season, when a nother off field issue l ed to him l eav in g the team with three games remaining. H e finishe d his co llege career with 20 TD recept i o ns, tie d wit h Marvin Harrison for seco n d o n Syracuse s a ll tim e list. The Bucs to ok him with the 101st selection in April"s draft. T ampa Bay also released guard Michae l Shumard. Green Bav Packer Accused or sexual Assault LAKE DELTON Wis -A uthoriti es in a so uthce ntral Wisconsin community say a Green B ay Pa c kers pla ye r i s b eing investigated for an alleged sex u a l assault of two women early Saturday. Lake D e lt o n polic e h ave n o t r elease d the pl ayer's n a m e. They say h e was r e leased after being interviewe d a t a con do where h e and six other player s were staying and w h ere th e wome n allege th e assa ult h a pp e n e d Police Chief Tom Dorner says h e will take the case to the distri c t atto rn ey Monda y or Tuesday to consider charg es Packers s p o k esman Jeff Blumb sa id in a statement that team officia l s "a r e awa r e of th e r e port e d in c id ent and s till are gat h e rin g facts. Police cleared all th e players except th e on e acc u se d The y said the c leared players are backup quarterbac k Matt Flynn, safety Khalil Jones, guard Josh Sitton, fullback Korey Hall, and lin ebac k ers Brad Jones and Clay Matthews. Wade Given Temporarv custodv Of Sons MIAMI--Dwyane Wade now'has temporary custody of his two sons, the second significant legal development of the week for the Miami Heat star. Wade was awarded physi cal possession" of the boys on Wednesday by a judge in Chicago. The ruling came one day after the 2006 NBA finals MVP settled four civil suits in Miami that were brought by, and against, former business partners and were unrelated to his ongo ing divorce and custody bat tle. The Chicago court found that an e mergency order was m erited because Wade's time for visitation with his childre n "has b ee n frustrated on an ongoing bas is as a r es ult of continual interfe r e n ce" b y hi s estrange d wife, DWYANEWADE WITH SONS Siohvaughn. The court cited three instances one in March and two in May, where Dwyane Wade's visitation schedules were altered, the last happening when his wife allegedly would not open the gate to her home so the bo y s could be picked up. Williams Bag French Open Doubles Title SERENA And VENUS WILLIAMS PARIS --Venus and Serena Williams have won their fourth consecutive Grand Slam doubles title and 12th overall, beating Katarina Srebotnik and Kveta Peschke 6-2 6-3 at the French Op e n The victory b y the top -see d e d sisters Friday makes them onl y the third women s dou bles pair to win four major titles in a row. Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver did it in 1983-84, and Gigi Fernandez and N atasha Zvereva did it in 1992-93 : It' s the siblings' second French Open doubles championship but first since 1999 The doubles title might ease some of the sting from the Williams' exits in the French Open singles tournament. No 1-ranked Serena lost in the quarterfinals and No. 2 Venus lost in the fourth round.

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orts BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Skills Center Hosting Basketball league BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In January, the Skills Ce ter held its first Junior Mrgic Basketball League. M re than 200 children, ra ging from ages 3 to 17, to k part in the event. he Center is currently pr paring to sponsor its sec o d event. Registration is cu rently underway and will co tinue until June 19th. Ken Roberts, Vice P esident of Business D velopment of the Skills C nter said, the League b .gins on June 19th and e ds on August 7th, with a g me each week. The youngsters practice during the wek. Roberts further said, Vhat makes us unique is w infuse character dev e lop-ent workshops and we h ve basketball clinics We a e a teaching league. We a so have clinics in soccer, b seball, football and ten-There is a cost for youn g s ers to participate in the I ague. However, Roberts said the organization has a limited number of scholar ships available. The Skills Center, located at 5470 E. Busch Blvd., opened in 2007 as a nonprofit organization. A sports-based organization, it enhances positive life skills for young people. Using sports to attract youngsters, the Center seeks to meet the individual needs of the youngsters, to focus on their abilities, and to enhance training and skills develop ment in a fun learning envi ronment. Roberts said the organi zation will continue to spon sor the basketball league in January and during the summer. There are 5 co-ed divisions available for youngsters wishing to partic ipate. The games a r e played at the Wilbert Davis Boys & Girls Club, 3515 Sarah Street. For additional information about the program contact John Arroyo (813) 391 -2841; or Chris Ward at (813) 323-3104. Tiger Snares Tie For 19th At Muirlield Village Tiger gives a signed glove souvenir to a fan who was struck his ball off the first tee. DUBLIN, OH --Tiger 'Woods closed with an evenpar 72 Sunday and tied for 19th in the 35th Memorial Tournament at rain-softened and breezy Muirfield Village Golf Club. It was only the fourth start of the year for the top-ranked Woods, who finished at 6-under 282. Englishman Justin Rose seized his first victory state side at 18-under 270, three strokes ahead of 21-year-old rookie Rickie Fowler and 12 in front ofWoods. "I just need to get back out here in the heat," said Woods, who was generally pleased .with his performance. Paired with Thongchai Jaidee and Tom Pernice Jr., Woods parred the first hole but bogeyed the par-4 second. He made a nice upand-down save from the front bunker at the par-4 third, holing a 14-foot putt. At the 200-yard, par-4 fourth, Woods blistered a 4-iron eight feet from the cup and converted the s lip pery, sidehill putt for a birdie. However, h e was unable to birdie the par-s fifth, hitting his second shot just right of tlle green into thick rough, and wound up two-putting for a par from 16 feet. T.O.Looking Forward To Acting Career TERRELL OWENS There's an important life lesson to be noted when an individual believ e s in himself or herself when no one else will. But there are also times when that self assur ance is misguided. That appears to be the case for Terrell Owens, who r emains convinced that he has a viable c h a n ce at a n acti n g career following his tim e in the NFL i f a n yone will s ign him Owens says th e re is "defi nite l y interest" from teams in bring in g him on for the upcoming season, but h e also says that with his per sonalit y and confid ence, I could see myse l f doing a range of movies. Allen, Rondo Lead Celtics Past takers, Even Finals LOS ANGELES Somewhere during the s e c ond quarter in Game 2 of th e NBA finals, Ray Allen slipped into that shooting zone only visited b y real-life s up ers t ars and movie c h arac ters. With his fundamentally flawless jumper snappin g crisply from hi s wrists, the Boston guard hit 3-pointers in dizzying bunches against the helpless Los Angeles Lakers He made seven in the first half and finished with a finals-record eight 3's in the Celtics 103-94 victory Sunday night. Allen's wry smile after he hit three straight 3-pointers in a two-minute s pan evoked memories of Michael Jordan shrugging his shoulders during his 35-point half against Portland in th e 1992 finals. Even Jesus Shuttlesworth you know the sharpshooting kid Allen pla ye d in "He Got Game"would hav e been proud. "T h e re's no b etter pl ace, moment, time ... to win a game, and to win in a great fashion," Allen said. I don't know what record it is .that people are telling me that I got, but it's great to have, great to be able to look back on it and say I did that. This is definitely our time." Game 3 is Tuesday night in Boston. TIANA There were just too many phone calls for us to handle, so we decided to return Tiana as our Beauty Unlimited feature. This woman is a 5'6" Aries who says her hobbies are writing music, visiting the gun range, and traveling. In the future, Tiana plans to pursue a modeling career and work hard on her Bad Girl Entertainment company. Tiana says her favorite stars are Mariah Carey, Morris Chestnut, Erykah Badu and Chrisette Michelle. Her philosophy of life is: "live life to the fullest and keep it reai."When it comes to the man in Tianals life, he must be intelligent, humorous, outgoing, adventurous, honest, have nice teeth and great hygiene. Congratulations to Tiana as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, returning by popular demand. 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0 T-CX) w z ::J ""') <1: c en w ::J ..... DEACONESS WILLIE MAE RUTLEDGE Deaconess Willie Mae Rutledge, 85, of Plant City, FL, died June 2, 2010, at Lakeland Regional Medical Center of multiple injuries due to an accident in Lakeland. She was a widow of the late Presiding Elder G. A. Rutledge. A native of Waycross, Georgia, she moved at an early age to Live Oak, FL, with her family, where she received her education and grew up in Greater Bethel A. M. E. Church, Live Oak, C where she was converted and a: became very active. u.. She also met and married c Rev. Rutledge and traveled z extensively with her husband < throughout the A. M. E. Church, pastoring several ..... churches and attending C church meetings. They made en Plant City their home and joined Allen Chapel A. M E. t-Church, where she became a > stewardess and served as a: President of the Sarah W Williams Missionary Society > for,s;years. she. became W an Ordained Deaconess, of C the A.M. E. Church. On the Episcopal level, she en was the First President of the :::i Ministers' Spouses and Widm ows Alliance for Florida and :::> the Bahamas. She was also a a. delegate to the Quadrennial z for many years before failing j:: health began. W Occnpationally, she was aLi...J censed Beautician. 5 She is survived by: three m daughters, Esther Snowden, _j Vashti Williams and Lois RutW ledge; four grandchildren, La z Gretta Snowden, Michelle, j:: Michael and Gabriel; two z great grands, Verielle and RaW Porscha; and a host of other en relatives. < Viewing will be Thursday, C June 10, from 5-7 p. m. and i: the funeral service will be FriO day, June 11, at 11 a. m. Both will be held atAllen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 1110 E. Laura Street, Plant City, FL. A CHARWW SERVICE let our1iunilytake care of your 1iunlly e are the key too fine ondquolltyservice" Harrn(>n Funeral Horne John W. Harmon, L.F.D. James Harmon, L. F. D 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 lntr oduclog 1 0 You And T ampa Bn:y Co mmunit y 11/fonllllll c Pricing Tu Mrc t Your N e rds 3822 E. 7th Ave. (Corn, Florid 33605 0,, Ml't7v >' W e i\rc AvailAbl e T o Y o u t'f}g 24/Ji n/7 Day Weolo: For A Ncvot Endlna Scrvlcc l'hollt l \I 1 N I I t 2..1:.1 ::;0011 MR. ROBERT LEE GAMBRELL Homegoing services for Mr. Robert Lee Gambrell, who passed away on May 31, 2010, will be held Friday, June 11, 2010, at 12 noon at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 North 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Interment with Military Honors will follow in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell FL. Mr. Robert Lee Gambrell was a native of Tampa. He lived a full and prosperous life. He was a retired Master Sergeant from the U.S. A. F. He was also retired from SmithKline Beecham Laboratory and was employed with Tampa Electric Company. He was an avid fisherman. His presence will be missed. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Priscilla Fair, Roscoe Gambrell and Elma Gambrell; brother, Elmarvin Gambrell; and sister, Betty Gambrell. He leaves to cherish his memory: 8 children, Sharlene Gambrell Davis, Valarie Gambrell, Ronald Gambrell, Deborah Gambrell Fedrick (John L.), Cindy Gambrell, Carliss Gambrell, Carlette Gambrell and James Gambrell (Lisa); sisters, Rose Jones, Lorene White, Barbara Edmonds, Delois Thomas and Althemese Forward; brothers, Carlton Gambrell, Chris White, Roscoe Gambrell, Jr. and Don Gambrell; and a hos t of nieces, nephews, cousins, other family members and friends. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the funeral home on Friday, June 11, 2010, at 11:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL. MELVIN (TIGHTMAN) HARDRICK 6/8/1938-2/9/2010 A million times I 've needed you, a million times I've cried. If love could have saved you, you never would have died. A heart of gold stopped beut ing, two eyes closed to res t God broke my heurt to prove to me, He only takes the bes t. Love you! Huppy birthduy. Loving wife Marilouise, children and grandchildren. Ms. Marilyn M. Green of 10639 Shady Preserve Drive, passed away Thursday, June 3, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, June 9, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Bishop Jimmie Robinson, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Green was a native of Tampa and a resident of Tampa for 40 years. She attended the public education systems of Hillsborough and Lake Counties. She was employed as a housekeeper at LaQuinta Inn. She leaves to cherish her memory: four loving children, Maurice C. Green, Kimberly Graham, Ashley R. Green and Desmond J. Green; mother, Doris Sais; siste r Darlene B. Green; brothers, Anthony C. Green (Alice), Archie Green, Andre' C. Washington, Roderick Washington, Gregory Montgomery and Charlie L. Green, Jr.; aunts, Thelma Johnson, Bettye Ramsey, and Joanne Robinson (Bishop Jimmie Robinson); uncles, Carey Washington and Jewel Clark; stepmother, Esther Green; a loving and caring companion, Gregory Walker; a host ofloving nieces, cousins and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, Tuesday, June 8, 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. II!J: !i:l!hit-1 AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Rhunetta Wilson, Tampa. Mr. Christopher Calhoun, Tampa. Mr. Alfred Joyner, Sr., New Jersey. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Robert Lee Gambrell RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. William Andres Anderson, Tampa. Ms. Marilyn M. Green, Rivervi e w FL. Ms. Dorothy Almeria Symonette Johnson, Tampa. Ms. Avis Powell Tampu. WilSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Robert Dorsey, Sr., Tampa. Aliciu Joice Hobley, Seattle, Wushington. DeMarcus Williams, Temple Terruce. Mr. Obduliu Williums, Tampu. MS. DOROTHY ALMERIA SYMONETTE JOHNSON Ms. Dorothy Almeria Symonette Johnson, 69, of 5201 South Quincy Street, Tampa, passed away Wednesday, June 2, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, June 8, 2010, at 2 p. m. at the Center For Manifestation, 3102 East Lake Avenue, with PastorAlfred Johnson, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Ms. Dorothy Almeria Symonette Johnson was anative of Florida and a resident of Tampa for 49 years. She attended Hillsborough Community College, and was a member of the Bible-Based Fellowship Church. She retired from Tampa General Hospital in 2002, after serving proudly as a Nurse' s Aide for over 30 years. National She leaves to cherish her memory: daughters, Pastor Alecia Johnson-Thomas, Tanya Johnson-Williams (Rudy), and Andrea Burnette (Chris); sons, Johnnie Johnson, Jr. (Melissa), Keith Johnson (Chinok), Dwayne Johnson, Pastor Alfred Johnson (Donna), and Calvin Johnson; grandchildren, Zachary Powell (Tawanna), Shauntrel Morris, Steven Pearson, William Burnette, Lisa Pearson, Jamae Morris, Duane Pearson, Marlon Burnette, Candace Booker (Otis), nie Johnson, III, JeNaye Johnson, Keith Johnson, Jr., Micah Johnson, Josiah Johnson, Leila Johnson, Elanna Johnson, Taylor Johnson, Isaiah Johnson, Jeremiah Johnson, Savannah Johnson, Eudaya Johnson, Calvin Johnson, Jr. and Angelina Johnson; great grandchildren, Zachary Powell, Jr., Olivia Burnette, Bleu Burnette, Amari James, Serena Pearson, Anaria Richardson, Zacharia Cobbs, Leilanni Sanchez and Isaiah Burnette; brothers, Calvin Smith, Alfred Symonette, Oliver Symonette and Henry Symonette; sisters, Doretha Wilcox and Eloise Brantley; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. Monday, June 7, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. President Obama Helps Whitehall Her Project .....,. __ __,........, ter to President Obama, askDIYNASTI DOWELL And THE OBAMA FAMILY WHITEHALL, MI ----A proj ect by an Ealy Elementary School student has gained presidential attention. As part of a class proj ect, 9-year old Diynasti Dowell sent a cutout of a man and a leting him to let "Flat Stanley" follow him around and write about his experience. Dowell got a response Wednesday. She says "In the morning he walked with me through the hall of the West Wing and joined me for the meetings in the Oval office with my senior staff and many guests. Flat Stanley got a chance to tour the East Wing and study its beautiful plate rooms and artwork on dispiay. Along with the letter, President Obama also sent pictures of his dog, family and a signed picture of himself. Man Kills linen For Disconnecunu Video Game A Virginia man is in police custody after authorities say he became so enraged that his girl friend's pet kitten disconnected his video game that he picked it up and threw it against a wall ltilling it instantly 21-year-old Bruce Walston was arrested Monday for the crime after his girlfriend called police. Police report that Walston began arguing with the woman after the animal accidentally disrupted his gaming session. When the argument got heated Walston reportedly grabbed tl1e animal and threw it BRUCE WALSTON into the wall in front of the woman's cluld.ren When police arrived the dead cat was laying on the front porch. He faces charges of animal cruelty and disorderl y conduct. FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is SeiVice'" 3000 N :8" st. Talnpa, FL 336M (800) 605-3350. (813) \YWW wilton..funeralhomuom

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Lrime suspect Sought In Death Of 3-Year-Oid Surrenders MICHELL BlANCO Late Sunday, the man wanted on first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse charges turned himself in at the Orient Road Jail. Michell Blanco was being sought in the death of his girlfriend's 3-year-old son, Alexis Manuel Garcia. The child died May 24th from head trauma and other injuries while in the ALEXIS MANUEL GARCIA care of Blanco, detectives said. Blanco reportedly told detectives th e child's injuries were from a fall, but doctors sai d it appeared h e had been beaten. Blanco was questioned by investigators, released and vanished Blanco is b ei ng held with out bond on the charges. Cab-Driver Anacked Tampa Police report that on Sunday morning, Jean Floridal, 40, a United Cab Driver, picked up Nasim Hakeem, 36, from the Courtyard Hotel in Downtown Tampa. Police said Hakeem requested Floridal drive him around town to look for cigarettes. After returning to the hotel and learning the fare, police said Hakeem told Floridal he needed to run up to his room for the mon ey Floridal radioed into hi s dispatch who advised him not to let Hakeem go to his room and to call police. Hakeem overheard the conversation and demanded police not be called According to reports, the two men argued, and Hakeem allegedly hit Floridal in the face. He then chased him out of the cab and drove off. Floridal called 9-1-1. An officer located the cab abandoned at Harrison and Florida, and they began to search for Hakeem. NASIM HAKEEM Florida} directed another officer to a man walking near the Courtyard that appeared to be Hakeem. Officers ran up to the man and detained him until Floridal arrived and posi tively identified him as the man who hit him and took his cab. After Hakeem's arrest, officers reporte d finding Floridal's GPS in Hakeem's pocket. They also found a small amount of powder cocaine. Hakeem was c h a rged with carjacki ng, a nd po sses sion of cocaine UNCLE SANDY ... It's hard when 14, you feel like 5, a stranger 17, in your own house 8. suspect In Metro PCS Robberies Surrenders JAMES BAIRD On Thursday night Tampa Police were sea rchin g for a known suspect for a series of Metro PCS robberi es. After a six hour searc h at 1279 Palmer Circle, detectives asked for help in locat ing th e suspect. After a thorough search of the townhouses the suspect, identified as James Baird, 18, was not located. On Friday night, Baird turned himself in at the Orient Road Jail and is being held without bail on armed robbery charges. Since March 6, 2010, five Metro PCS Stores were robb e d, thre e in th e city and two in the county. Baird was c h a r ged as a suspect in one of the robberies, and is s uspected in oth ers, detectives said. Band Director Arrested Auain RAPHAEL MCLEAN Last Thursday, former Lak ewood High School Band Director, Raphael McLean, 27, was arrested again, this time charged with h aving consensual sex with a 15-yea r -old student. McLean was charged with lewd and lasc iviou s battery. H e was prev iously arrested March 11 2010 and charged with l ew d and lascivious mol estation for r eportedly fondling a 15-ycar -old female student without the vict im 's con sent. c: m (/) c Quanet Charged In Rash Of Violent Robberies ALDEN LEWIS ANTONIO HARRIS Tampa Police report that over the past three weeks, the area h as seen a rash of violent robberies. Detectives were abl e to link 10 robberies across 6 jurisdictions. The robberies were becoming increasingly vio l ent as the store clerks were pistol w hipped an d other customers were drug back into the store. On Friday night, Pasco County Sheriff's deputies arrested two suspects at a Mobile Station. They notified ANTOINE HARRIS ARQUIVES MCNEAL the other agencies who sent their detectives. The agencies teamed up and identified the location of two other suspects Hillsborough County. in Alden Lewis, 27 Antonio Harris, 21, Antoine Harris, 19, and Arquives McNeal, 19, were all charged with armed rob bery and armed kidnapping. Q) All four are being held with-., outbond. r 0 ::D Six People Face Insurance Fraud Charges (/) m z :::! z m r SHAUN PADGETI JOHN FIGUEREO On Friday detectives with the Division of Insurance Fraud arrested a health clinic owner and five others, all charged with insurance fraud involving staged car accidents. Shaun Padgett, 27, owner of Padgett Medical Center, became the target of an investigation in May 2009 when investigators received a tip he was involved in a scam. He allegedly took $15,000 for, massage therapy that the ADRIANA CASANAS CINDY GREER I tD c: r r m :::! z c: tD c (/) ::t: m c m clinic never provided and < knowingly prepared false medical insurance claims, < according to State Chief c! Financial Officer Alex Sink. m Padgett turned himself in Friday and faces up to four years if convicted. Also arrested were John Figuereo, 26; Adriana Casanas, 40; Cindy Greer, 22; Noah Adams, 22 and Damian Sweet, 21. Each was charged with one count of insurance fraud. c ., ::D c Man Faces Manslaughter Charge ST. PETERSBURG -St. Petersburg Police have arrested a man on a charge of manslaughter after an inci dent Saturday night. According to reports, at 8 p.m., officers responded to 1175 Pinellas Point Drive, South on a call that a per on had b en shot. When offic e rs arrived, the y found Gilbert RosarioBenitez lying near the entrance to an apartm nt a nd so m e one att mptin g CPR on him. The subseq uent investiga tion revealed that RosarioBenitez went to the apartment of Ian J. Quinn to meet hi brother. While Rosario-Benitez was at the re idence, police said Quinn tarted playing with a gun. As h e play d with the gun h p ull e d the trigger and shot Rosario-Benitez. Rosario-Benitez was treat d at t h se ne befor b ing transported to a lo cal ho pita! wher h was lat r pro nounc d d ad.

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0 ""'" 0 N a) w z ::J "") > < c en w ::J .... c a: LL c z < c en w ::J .... w (ij c w J: en ::J m ::J a. z i= w -1 -1 ::J m -1 w z i= z w en C a: 0 -1 LL CD ""'" NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate cert i fied mail notice to violators of the City Code notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on July 7, 2010 at 9:00a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Info r mation listed below describes the case number property owner(s) violation address code section violated and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor City Hall 315 E Kennedy Blvd Tamp a Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Shouldanyone have any questions regarding these cases please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274 7286 Please note that if any person decides to app eal a ny decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter cons idered at the meeting or hearing they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings i s made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appea l i s to be based CASE # 09-09220 MOORE ZANDA C. 1020 E. CRENSHAW ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-50 AND 19-231 EVELYN CITY LOT 217 170020 0000 CASE # 09-23865 WILLIAMS VERONICA 3204 E. FRIERSON AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 194 7 19-49, 19-50, 19232 19238 AND 19-231 (15 ) BELMONT HEIGHTS LOT 1 4 BLOCK 4 155251. 000 0 CASE# 09-23941 MINETT TODD RICHARD 10019 N BROOKS ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-47 AND 1950 CASTLE HE I GHTS 1ST ADDITION LOTS 39 AND 40 BLOCK K-1 143714 0000 CASE # 09-24692 ROBINSON, RITA 1811 E. KNOLLWOOD ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-50 RIVERBEND MANOR LOT6 BLOCKW 149529 1000 CASE # 09-24865 HUNT RHONDA M., LIFE ESTATE HUNT PAUL LAVARDIS & BRANDEN R. 3213 N. 48TH ST., TAMPA FL SECTION : 19-231 UCETA PINES LOT 107 158195 0000 CASE # 09-24917 HUNT, RHONDA M., LIFE ESTATE HUNT, PAUL LAVARDIS 3213 N. 48TH ST : TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-49 UCETA PINES LOT 107 158195 0000 CASE # 09-25670 LAWRENCE OSCAR & LAWRENCE KIMBERLY MICHELLE 3401 E. KNOLLWOOD ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49 AND 19-50 RIVER GROVE ESTATES ADDITION LOT1 BLOCK 11 151334 0000 CASE # 09-25685 DAVENPORT CHRISTINE 8207 N 18TH ST., TAMPA FL SECTION: 1 9 4 9 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADD I TION TO SULPHUR SPR I NGS L OT15 149582.0500 CASE # 09-2573 4 STARKS M EL ANIE & SISTRUNK GREGORY 3218 N 50TH ST., AlB TAMPA FL S ECTI ONS : 19-49 1 9-233 AND 19-234 UCETA PINES LOT4 158147 0000 CASE # 09-26624 WALKER, WILLIAM AND MARTHA 1511 E GIDDENS AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 19-56 AND 27-124 SPERRY GROVE ESTATES REVISED PLAT LOTS 6 AND 7 BLOCK 5 157291. 0000 CASE # 1 0-01158 REYNOLDS, RICHARD 1732 E. LAMBRIGHT ST., TAMPA, Fl SECTION : 19-56 EMORY HEIGHTS LOT 37 150874 0000 CASE # 10-01160 HENSLEY, SHEILA M. AND DE LA BARRA, JORGE L. 8001 N. 13TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-49 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 9 AND W 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON E BLOCK 58 146902 0000 CASE# 10-01483 CELESTIN ACELLA 1015 E. 24TH AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47, 19-49 19-50 AND 27 129 BELVEDERE PLACE LOT 3 BLOCK 3 186500 0000 CASE# 10-01491 DUBOIS JACQUES F., AND ALLEN MICHAEL 4114 E. COMANCHE AVE. TAMPA FL S ECTIO N : 19-49 BEL M O NT HEI GHTS NO. 2 PB 12, P G 88 LOT 623 152474 0000 C ASE # 100 1697 BAL L ESTER CARLOS 8418 N 9TH S T., T A MPA, F L SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-233 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION E 50 FT OF LOT 1 0 AND E 50 FT O F N Y.z OF LOT 11 BLOCK 13 1 4 6325 5 000 CASE # 1 Q-01733 MENDOZA MANUEL 1013 E. 15TH AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-26 MERRIAMS LOT 6 BLOCK 2 AND N Y.z OF ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 198296 0000 CASE# 10-01881 PRAMNARCE, DAYWAN 8606 N. 17TH ST., TAMPA FL SECTION : 19-56 OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF LOTS 289 AND 290 AND E Y.z CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 145684 0000 CASE # 10-01914 LOVETT ADRIAN M. 1604 E. SITKA ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 1949 1950 AND 19234 FERN CLIFF S 70 FT OF LOTS 93 AND 94 1498 2 6 0000 View Our Website @ www.flsentinel.com CASE# 10-01952 DAVILA JAVIER 3703 N. 51ST ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 19-50 19-56 19-231 AND 19-232 GRANT PARK LOT 14 BLOCK 8 158866.0000 CASE # 10-02045 MORRIS TONYA A. 6106 N. 23RD ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 19-50 AND 19233 BROWN MASON ADDITION TO SEMINOLE HEIGHTS LOT 4 1 51380. 0 000 CASE # 10-02158 DEONARAIN DHARMA C., AND DEONARAIN SUSHILA 910 E W ATERS AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION S : 19-49, AND 19-56 S ULPH U R SPRINGS ADD I TION LOT 1 8 BLOCK 1 4 AND E Y.z CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 146339 0000 CASE # 1 Q-02205 HOLLOWAY RONALD M. AND HOLLOWAY ROSALIND 6810 N. 18TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-231 RIVERBEND MANOR PART OF LOTS 11 AND 12 BLOCK 0 DESC AS FOL LOWS : FROM NE COR OF SAID LOT 12 RUN 2 ALG E BDRY LINE OF SAID LOT 12 ALSO BEING W R/W LINE OF N 18TH ST 135 .95 FT FOR POB THN S 67.95 FT TO PT OF CURVE WITH RAD OF 6 64 FT CHD BAG S 66 DEG W 12 .10 FT TO PT OF REVERSE CURVE RUN THN ALG ARC OF CURVE WITH RAD OF 433.09 FT CHD BAG N 56 DEG W 116 08 FT ALSO BEING NLY R/W LINE OF HILLSIDE DR TO PT ON W BDRY OF SAID LOT 11 RUN THN N 03 DEG E ALG W BDRY OF LOT 11 40.42 FT RUN THN S 73 DEG E 1 09. 54 FTTO POB 149459 0000 Outreach Coordinator Visit our website at www. AgingFiorida.com/jobs ADAIEOEIDFWP Licensed Insurance Agent (CSR) Desired Background Check And Drug Test Required Please Call (813) 310-8608 For Details Work From Home Easy Work-Great Pay For Details Send $5.00 & Self Addressed Stamped Envelope To: Brenda James P.O. 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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------,4 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING July 7, 2010 HEARING CONTINUED CASE # 10-02464 CASE # 1 0-02620 CASE # 1 0-03769 FREEMAN, FLOYD JR. RODRIGUEZ, JORGE BULLOCK, VALERIE 6216 N. 38TH ST., 9409 N. 13TH ST., TAMPA, FL 3109 E. 24TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-233 TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-49 FAIRVIEW TERRACE SECTIONS : 19-46 CRANDALL:S ADDITION TO LOT 8 BLOCK 3 AND 19-232 147119 0000 UTILE CUBA BELMONT HEIGHTS LOT 1 BLOCK 2 S Y2 LOT 14 AND N Y2 LOT 15 CASE # 1 0-02755 174792 0000 152962.0100 BROWN, LORETTA AND BROWN, JAMES CASE # 10-04518 CASE # 10-02518 1504 E. SEWAHA ST., AlB, ROBINSON, ROBERT L. DBM OF TAMPA LLC TAMPA, FL 1702 E. BIRD ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-234 C/0 REG AGENT SECTION : 19-231 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS RAJ J. HARJANI FAIRVIEW TERRACE ADDITION TO SULPHUR 1202 E. COLUMBUS DR., LOT 9 BLOCK 13 SPRINGS TAMPA, FL 147174 0100 LOTS 113 AND 114 AND W Y2 SECTIONS : 19 46 19-49, C L OSED ALLEY ABUTIING AND 19-50 CASE # 10-03296 THEREON ALAMEDA HILAIRE, REGINA 149654 0000 LOT 1 LESS PART FOR RD 8615 N. 16TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49, AND 19-234 CASE # 10-04584 DESC AS BEG AT SW COR & OAK TERRACE REVISED FRANCIS, DELROY RUN N 11 FT SELY 50.09 FT PLAT OF 1218 E. PALIFOX ST., TO PT ON E BDRY 8 FT N OF LOTS 211 AND 212 AND W Y2 TAMPA, F=L SE COR S TO SE COR AND CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING SECTIONS : 19-49 WTO BEG AND S Y2 OF THEREON AND 19-233 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING 145653 0000 NEBRASKA HEIGHTS THEREON BLOCK 1 LOTS 21 AND 22 BLOCK 9 186991 0000 CASE # 1 0-03298 AND S Y2 CLOSED ALLEY LOCKLY, ERNEST ESTATE OF ABUTIING THEREON 4217 E. CLIFTON ST., 172067.0000 CASE # 10-02570 MEJIA, RAMON VIRGILLIO TAMPA FL CASE# 10-05479 SECTIONS : 19-56 AND 19-232 1508 E. WATERS AVE., CLIFTON PARK UNIT 2 MARIANI MARK AND TAMPA, FL LOT 1 BLOCK 1 MARIANI, KATHRYN SECTIONS : 19-50 AND 19-47 152946 1002 8003 N. KLONDYKE ST., OAK TERRACE REVISED TAMPA FL PLAT OF CASE# 10-03531 SECTIONS : 19-50 AND 19-47 SULPHUR SPRINGS LOTS 53 AND 54 AND S Y2 RANDALL, REGINALD 0. ADDITION CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING 3008 E. 28TH AVE., LOT 8 BLOCK 59 AND W Y2 THEREON TAMPA, FL CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING 145596 0000 SECTION : 19-49, 19-46 THEREON AND 19-56 146917 0000 CASE # 1 0-()2599 JACKSON HEIGHTS LOT 9 BLOCK 13 CASE # 10-05484 WARTICOVSCHI, JUDITH 173848.0000 ERIC M. 8422 N. SEMMES ST., 8007 N. KLONDYKE ST., TAMPA, FL CASE # 10-03664 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, AND 19-49 WILCOX, LINDA SECTIONS : 19 49 19-50 OAK TERRACE REVISED 922 E. 14TH AVE., TAMPA, FL AND 19-233 PLAT OF SECTIONS : 19-46, AND 19-49 SULPHUR SPRINGS LOTS 71 AND 72 AND E Y2 FRANKLIN PLACE ADDITION LOT6 BLOCK 59 AND W Y2 OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING S 160 FT OF E 79 FT OF LOT CLOSED ALLEY THEREON 1 BLOCK 1 ABUTTING THEREON 145605.0000 198397 0000 146915 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286 26, FLORIDA STATUES PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOPR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS EMPLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT ............ APARTMENTS DUPLEXES .............................. ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, LEASE OPTIONS ETC. CONTACT LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 Fax To: (813) 248-9218 Or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com TO ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN c m en c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-24838 Division C ARCH BAY HOLDINGS, LLC SERIES 2009A, (Plaintiff) vs. CHARLES MCCRIMMON, 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 ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CHARLES MCCRIMMON; PATRICIA E. WRIGHT; 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 May 20. 2010, in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as : LOT 21, BLOCK 40, MAP OF CAMPOBELLO, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 29 OF / THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. c.. c z m 1\) 0 ...... 0 ., r-0 C/J m z ::::! z m tD c r rm ::::! z ., c tD r-Cii. ::::t m c at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash at 2:00 P.M., on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202 in m the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602 on July 28. 2010. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be 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 SERVlCE IS NEEDED; IF YOU AJ:IE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Dated this 25th day of May. 201 0. PAT FRANK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /sf EBONY McCLENDON DEPUTY CLERK -1 c m C/J c )> z c ., :!! c

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All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 1 O-Q551-TNC Hector Leon requesting a Variance to the fence height and setback requirements for property located at 6549 W. Hanna Ave., zoned RSC-9 Petltion VAR 10-0556-BR, Nancy Van Aman requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 1336 Oakfield Dr zoned BMS-NS Petition VAR 10-0567-TNC, Elizabeth Halsey request i ng a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 8404 Bedford Ln., zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 10-0576-TH, Curlie & Lisa Chester requesting a Variance to septic and lot size requirements for property located at E/S of Boki Ln, 250' S/0 Fowler Ave., zoned RSC-9 Petition VAR 10-0587-TNC, Luis F. Vazquez request i ng a Variance to fence height and setback requirements for property located at 8514 Jackson Springs Rd. zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 10-Q593-TNC, Rodolfo Avalos & Sarai Jimenez requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 7711 W. Paula Dr zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 10-Q610-NWH Jay & Lisa Gerstner requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 10713 Donbrese Ave., zoned PD. Petition VAR 1Q-0612-BLD Cynthia L. & Ronald L. Hartman Jr requesting a Variance to the fence height and setback requirements for property located at 3502 Holland Dr., zoned PD. Petition VAR 10-0615-BR Senturk Marketing Inc requesting a Variance to the landscape/buffering, parking and setback requirements for property located at 548 E. Brandon Blvd. zoned CG & CN. Petition VAR 10-0617-CW, Jaffe Tilchin Wealth Management Inc requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 15350 N Florida Ave. zoned PD. Petition VAR 10-0618-BR Bloomquist Revocable Living Trust requesting a Variance to allow a 3rd Septic for property located at N/A of Bracken Ln. 650' W/0 Bryan Rd . zoned ASC-1. GET NOTICED ......... 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