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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area VOL. 66 NO. 60 FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2011 52 PAGES 75 Song By Altist -Featured Molle Plaintiff In County .. Teen Author-: Case Dies Publish Her First look -SEE PAGE 8 -A SEE PAGE 3 A SEE PAGE 9-8 EAST GIRLS' ALL-STARS WIN UNCF BASKETBALL GAME The Wilkes and McHugh 26th UNCF All Star High School 2011 Basketball Classic was held Friday, March 11, 2011 at Jefferson High School. The East Squad, coached by Dexter Bryant, Head Coach at Brooks,-DeBartolo Collegiate High School, won the game, 45-33. Senior players from the west side of the county went up against girls from the east side of the county. Members of the team and the schools they represented are: Shaunice Hobbs, Tampa Bay Tech; Caitlin Doone, Chamberlain; Taylor Broad nax, Durant, 3-point contest winner; Layla Johnson, East Bay; Keyann Powell, Brooks-DeBartolo; Raven Quarterman, Brooks DeBartolo; Shamaria Engram, Strawberry Crest; Diana Mitchell, Wharton; Tashana Bludsaw, Hillsborough High; Liana Pugueno, Spoto, and Brianna Thomas, Spoto, East MVP. The winning girls' squad is shown with coaches Bill Richardson, Brooks-DeBartolo assistant; Curtis Folsom, Middleton High girls' coach; Dexter Bryant and George Kimbell, Brooks-DeBartolo assistant. (Photograph by Toby Scott) ..... ...


. eatures ,... :I: () a: <( :E HART Probe Launched Amid Allegations Of Wrongdoing c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday, members of the Hillsborough Area Re gional Transit (HART) will hold a special board meeting The meeting, which will take place at the HART Adminis trative Offj.ces, 1201 E. ih Avenue, 3'd Floor, Florida Conference Room, pertains to allegations of wrongdoing. Wallace Bowers, Secre tary of the HART Board of Di rectors confirmed that there is an investigation underway, but declined to say what the investigation centered on or who was being targeted. How-WALLACE BOWERS HART Board Member ever, he did say that it was HART. being handled by a law firm The allegations include a "The purpose of the invesclaim that one employee was tigation is to determine facts hired in March 2010, at a from allegations After the insalary of $65,500, and then vestigation is complete; then I promoted her seven weeks can talk about it," Bowers later. However, policy dictates said : that an employee must comThe Board has a policy plete a 6-month probation pe-that all written complaints riod before he or she is must be investigated. In his qualified for promotion. The position as Secretary, Bow-promotion reportedly came ers is obligated to pursue all with a $15,000 a year raise. written complaints. The comAnother concern is the replaints reporte9J,y were filed cent hiring of a Communicaby current and. former emtions Specialists for HART. 0 ployees. According to d ocuinenta-W Although Bowers did not tion the Sentinel received, :I: give details about the investi-the position is for 12 hours gation, the special meeting weekly, work at home post m planned for March 21st, at that carries a salary range of 8:30 a.m., is posted on the $50,689.60 to $63,356.80 per z HART web page. The first year. 1'4e position was advermeeting agenda item states, tised, "In House On:Iy" and th. e _"Sp.;cial Board of Direc-dates in which an applicant tors(:om-could apply was from Febru-plaint Pursuing HART ary 28th to March -9th. Policy Chapter 410.06." However, information re-Chapter 410.06 per-ceived through a public tairis -to the WhistJe-.. records request, the position blower Policy. posted with a salary of The Sentinel has learned $50,689.80 to $76,044.80. that the complaint centers on Ms. Marcia Mejia, public hiring _and prbmotions given lnformation Officer for HART by David Armijo, CEO of said, "This position is not USF Team iS now emier__:than ever wzthour -on:.line-applicationl 'lbe UtiiVeriity. of Sou1h Florida is ooe 0t tbe. nation'i blic re8earch iuatitulicos m niDihJarpat univenity ill lbe u.s:, Witb roar pu lblou8bout 'lbe 01uter 'Dimpa Bayregioo. We oer a compedtW.e benelics packC::::: includes= dental -liCe pima, Jdhemeut pam opdool, iuitiCo program. Jil08lllilll, c:an:u ldvmcemeat IDd _, llnMlclcaat TnJftiC.suDerlllor .;, PUbic Bftlldcllllt."t Tho. BIOidcut Trame Supervilor ii reaponaiblo for all traffic apt!Vidoa to inclli but noc.Umited to, .&he p,lacement of pron:lotional'spot,s aod Unclerwridoa Sales on the Logs of WUSil89.7 ind WSMR 89.1. REQUIRES: an Alaociato'1 Degree in .. Broadcu ting orCommunications and three years of. related oxP,erlence. PREFER: Bachelor's dep tO: a related business di&ciplino and exP.Ofience in BIOidcut Traffic .aupervi&ion. Por additioaal information and how to apply, please yialt : httpt://emplo)'lllellt.usf;edi!J and search for Posting 0013584 or insert the following into an internet -URL: emplo:ymeut.ul.edalapplkaats/CentniTqmekFiadot$4'i70. :You -uuist fill out an application to be eonsideled for this position. Be a part of a dyDamic, clivenJe eaviroameat lhat ideas and c:reative solutions. Join ns_ to make a clltTeRUce. UNIVERSITY oF ,..,,.,.......,.,...,,,,_,..,.,.,,,,J.,,. ... ,,.,.,,.,,, .. ..,,..a..,.,..,, _,,., ... ,.. SOUTH FLORIDA being filled at this time due to budget constraints." The position was adver tised, "In House Only" and the dates in which an applicant could apply was from Febru ary 28th to March 9ih. The question of promotions with sizeable raises and new hires are on the heels of the Board discussing ways to cut operations cost. This comes on the tail end of a loss of $1.6 million federal dollars. Board Discussion According to the minutes posted on the HART web page pertaining to the February 21st, "Director Bowers stated, he had previously ex pressed concern that there was an undercurrent of dissat isfaction expressed from some employees. "He reported that he had received written complaints that were submitted directly to him from past and recent employees. The employees feel that there is a conflict with the immediate supervi sor, which could be investi gated by the Board in accordance with the Board Policy Manual Section 410.06, and asked for confidentiality." It was during that meeting the decision was made to ob tain the services of an attor ney According to the webpage during the meeting; "Mr. (Clark) Jordan-Holmes stated it would be appropriate for an attorney to be involved and confidentiality preserved to the extent permitted by He noted that the greatest area of confidentiality and po tential litigation is where Counsel is to be involved. Mr. Jordan-Holmes commented that it is appropriate to make a recommendation that Director Bowers meet with an attorney to further discuss the issue. "Director (Alliso:n) Hewitt urged the Committee to be proactive and listen to the employees before public expo. sure "Director (John) Byczek noted thatGeneral Counsel could make determi nation if it is a labor issue and could advise Director Bowers of his next actions." Our community cannot turn back to having only ONE seat on the Tampa City Council!! Help me keep our City-wide Council Seat (District 1 ) I pledge to always be YOUR VOICE!. urtis Stokes Strawberrv U-Pick To Benefit4-H To Be Held March 19 Hillsborough County Exten sion invites residents to pick their own strawberries while helping a good cause. The Strawberry U-Pick at Fancy Farms in Plant City on the corner of Rice Rd. and County Line Rd. is an annual fundraising event to benefit 4-H Clubs and local food banks. Join 4-H members, volun teers and their families in pick ing strawberries right from the fields on Saturday, March 19th, 8:30 a. m.-4 p. m. The 4-H Foundation will sell pre-picked strawberries $1 per quart, or take home u-pick strawberries for a quart ; The Strawberry U-Pick event, now in its fourth year, is sponsored by the Hillsborough County4-H Foundation, and is hosted by Fancy Farm owners, Carl and DeeDee Grooms. The Florida Strawberry Festival and the Florida Strawberry Growers Association are spon-: soring the Ambassador program. One perceQt of all the gq to fund 4-H progninis : Those wishing more information are invited to call the 4-H Office at 813-744-5519. Pd. Pol. Advertisement Paid For And Approved By Curtis Stokes Campaign.


Features :!! RallvPiannedsarurdav: Man Whose Name Was Used :s: Communitv leaders Pull Out 111 The stoos To Get out The For Countv's Desegregation SUit DieS At Age 58 Freelance Writer thing is trending exactly where it should be. The future of Tampa lies in the hands of registered voters. That's the word from commu nity leaders who are working around the clock to get resi dents to the polls now through Election Day. Saturday marks the final day of early voting in the city's run-off election and plans are in place for a major Get Out The Vote Rally" this weekend. The event is open to the public and takes place from 12 p.m. to 4 p. m. at Ragan Park, 1200 E. Lake Avenue on Satur day, March 19, 2011. Commu nity and business leaders will attend, along with mayoral can didate Bob Buckhorn. Buckhorn is in a tight race against Rose Ferlita and grassroots worker, Mitch Kate is convinced residents in East and West Tampa will be the de ciding factor. "So far, the votes are exceeding what they were in the primary. Interest is high and the African American commu nity has been doing extremely Community leader Marvin Knight spent weeks organizing the rally and says this election is the most important one of our time. "There is a need now more than ever [to cast our bal lot] The future of jobs our neighborhoods development and the direction of the city de pends on our neXt leader:" As of Wednesday, March 16, 2011,4,978 early votes had been cast. In addition to free food, en tertainment, a meet and greet with candidates, current and former city officials, Mr. Knight and his team are pro viding free transportation for registered voters who need a ride to the polls, Drivers will be on hand Saturday at Ragan Park transporting voters to eady vot ing sites and will provide home pick-ups to polls on Election Day, Tuesday March 22. For more call (813) 531-2306 anytime day or night now through Tuesday. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The man whose name was used to filed the desegregation suit against Hillsborough County Board of Education died last week. He was 58 years old. Andrew L. was admitted to the hospital last Sunday, March 6, 201i, and died on Monday March 7, 2011 of congestive heart fail ure, a caregiver stated. Court documents state that with the assistance of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Attorneys Constance Baker Motley, Thurgood Marshall and others, the Manning family and the family of Shayron R. Reed filed suit in 1958 to take Hillsborough County -to court. The 4 African American parents and Willie Manning and Sanders and Sandra Reed) said they were not al lowed to send their children to schools in their neighborhood. In 1962, the federal court MINISTER ANDREW L. MANNING. said Hillsborough Count}' was operating an illegal segregated school. Desegregation was ordered in 1971 in the Middle District of Florida by Judge Ben Manning would go on to attend and integrate MacFar. lane Elementary School. He graduated from Leto High School. He also attended St. Petersburg Jr. College. Throughout his life, Man ning loved the field of disc jockeying. He was 16 years old when he first started as a dee jay at WTMP Radio, using the stage name "Jerry Walker." He spent several years at WLCY Radio and WTMP Radio. Manning got involved in drugs at one point in his life and dealt with many health is sues. He went on to write a book, "From The Crack House To The Church House," which entailed his call into the inin istry more than 20 years ago. He returned to WTMP as a gospel DJ, u8ing_as his theme song, "Victory Is Mine." His ministry was named Victory Ministries. Funeral Will be held Saturday,_March 19, 2 p. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Pa:rk Cemetery. Wilson Fu,. neral Home is in charge of service. Among his survivors is a brother, Thomas Manning ofTampa.


-.,... Editorials/Columns co 'I"'" :I: (.) a: < :E FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) >=' < r------------------------------------------; 0 a: LL POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL Whv Is America In Afghanistan;-C. Bly1he Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Bly1he Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO 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 Op i nions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Faith-Based Prison Set To Close: Whv;J 0 we heard it and for the life of us, we can't recall who 0: said it, but whoever made the statement said, u. 0 "Prison is slavery by choice." That remark came to mind z as we read a news release about the recent closing of sev< eral Florida corrections facilities, including one of the State of Florida's few prisons, which has logged a suc-0 cessful record of rehabilitating its inmates. ffi The Hillsborough Correctional Institution in ::::l Riverview, Hillsborough County's only state prison and 1-Florida's only faith-based female prison, houses 300 in> a: mates and 141 full-time employees. It has become le-gendary for -through Bible-study, anger management w and humanitarian treatment to do what prisons 0 throughout America have promised to do: to restore humanity to psychologically and spiritually wounded en human beings. Unfortunately, however, a brilliant track::::i record is not enough to keep this facility alive. lXI ::::) Once again, money talks! According to prison officials, T he war in Mghanistan is costing a cashstrapped America an estimated $2 billion a week. That's in money. More im portantly, it is costing us an untold amount of pain, suf fering and lives. In spite of these high costs, somebody tell me once again! Why is America in Mghanistan? What are we trying to do over there? Don't we read history? We aren't the first company to fight a war in that God-for saken country. None of the prior coun tries are still in that country fighting, and none of those countries left with victories. So, one more time! Why is America in Mghanistan and what is our goal? Somebody tell me. If we leave Mghanistan, will they attack the United States? If we packed up and came home, will they hate us anymore? Are we the only country in the world that they hate or are mad at? What about Russia, China, Iran or Ger many? Do they have a beef with Mghanistan? Are they worried about being attacked by them? For the life of me I camiot understand why America is in that coun try. We have been there for 10 years and it is very ques tionable as to how much longer our troops will be there. It is becoming more and more apparent that the American people are tiring of this long and apparent unwinnable war. America needs to stop being the world cops. We have to stop trying to make the world tailor-made to the desires of our country. The C.. closing the women's faith-based facility along with other Z state prisons will save more than $30 million to a yearly t:i $2 billion budget. No doubt, it is a proposal our state can...J not refuse, even though, according to one official, Hills...J ::::) borough County corrections facilities, at full-capacity, lXI would still not be cost:-effective. i:rl So, what is our County to do with 141 additional emZ ployees out-of-work? What is our County to think, given i= the fact jails and prisons are receiving more customers ffi than Wal-Mart? Whose idea was it to shut down a sureen thing, anyway? A slight wind blows through the microphone; our Governor grins, but nobody says anything. 0: Yes, prison is slavery by choice, just like a government 0 becomes slavery by choice if it refuses to listen to the peopie who put it in office. What People Are Now Willing To Talk About T alk to anybody who knows, and he or she will surely tell you : In the South, candidates who run for political office are the only people who speak to each other, aftei: the cam paign is over. Don't worry p---------------- about it You couldn't change I The Sentinel Recommends You I it, even if you wanted to. But hopefully, now, in the do-Vote For: Mayor BOB BUCKHORN City Council Dist. 1 CURTIS STOKES City Council Dist. 3 (Citywide) YVONNE CAPIN l main of the City of Tampa, I some of the swelling has 1 gone down and people I whose tongues had stuck to the roofs of their mouths I with anguish, anger and sur-1 prise, may now find that 1 their tongues, once swollen, I are now loose enough to talk or at least to scream, I "WHAT THE HELL HAPI PENED?" I So, what, indeed, did hap pen? Let's talk about it? City Council Dist. 4 I Tampa's most recent may-HARRY COHEN 1 oral campaign will go down < I in history as being one of the first political occurrences in w City Council Dist. 7 I memory wherein everyone CJ LISA MONTELIONE I who ran would have been If 1.-_______________ .. elected, hands-down, if he or she had run against anyone else, but the people who were in the race. And that, most certainly, speaks exceedingly well for all of the mayoral candidates. What was sad however, was what was in evitable. No matter how magnificent the field, only two could compete, and only one could win. So, what does that say about the ones who lost? We dm talk about them now. So, let's talk about Reverend Thomas Scott A polished veteran of the pulpit for the past three decades as well as a recognized public servant, Tom Scott, had he won, would have become Tampa's first Black But Tampa's more than' 40,000 Black voters either would not be moved, or would not be moved collec tively, and the voters of South Tampa c9uld not be convinced. So, Mayor Thomas Scott was not to become a reality. But who knows what tomorrow may war in Mghanistan is so costly to us here in America that we are talking about cutting Social Security, Medicare and Education, among other things At the risk of sounding un-American, I firmly be lieve the time has come to end our involvement in that country and get back to tak ing care of American citi zens. It has come a time where the Iraq war and the Mghanistan war have gotten the United States mili tary so stretched out, until it is getting more and more difficult for America to ad dress other military threats. Today, we have countries talking smack to the United States who would not dare to breathe a few years ago. That is because they know America can't really afford another full-scale war. Come on.guys, give it up. We can't afford the Mghan war. We don't need it and we sure can't win it. America can't tell me why we are spending so much for that war. Heck, America doesn't really know. bring? Amen? So, next we consider Ed Turanchik. To think of th e future of Tampa without in cluding the name "Ed Turanchik" is not to think, at all. Indeed, Turanchik is to our growing city what Benjamin Franklin was to an infant America. Then comes former Mayor Dick Greco. Com pare him, please,to James TiberiUs Kirk, Captain of the Starship U. S. S. Enter prise. Cocky, confident, abrupt and unflappably opti mistic, James T. Kirk and Mayor Dick Greco have two things in common: They know first-hand, the feel of the captam's wheel. And they mistakenly believe that everybody loves them for the fact they are so good at what they do. Tiny voters don't like that. We imperfect human beings are not comfortable with heroes. So, what will become of -Rose Ferlita. and. Bob Buckhorn? One will win and the. other will But the of us who vote will once again cany our grudges as long as possible before we kiss and ... beause such is the tradition of elections in the AmeriCan. South. And we are, indeed, children of ante. bellum America


Guest Editorial 3J Tovota Motor Companv Disrespects And Devalues The Patronage The Black Consumer l< s: )> ::c (') ::I: ..... co By Danny J. Bakewell Sr., Chairman, NNPA I have recently been shocked and appalled by ads in several major newspapers confirming that Toyota spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to advertise in white mainstream daily newspa pers "THANKING" their general market consumers for their loyalty and patron age to Toyota during their time of major controversy and concerns over the safety of Toyota's vehicles. Thanking their customers is a smart move on Toyota's be half and one that I applaud. However, we can t overlook the fact that Black people represent almost 10% of Toy ota's American market share, and with a $1.2 billion an nual advertising budget it is not unreasonable for the Black Press to always expect to have a stake in Toyota's advertising. Nevertheless, Black newspapers were left off Toy ota's latest marketing cam paign, sending a clear and direct message that the Black consumer is still being taken for granted and Black people are still being disrespected and undervalued. This is disappointing be havior from a company who was all too eager to send !lS their press releases and ask us to write stories and edito rials to influence Black America to stay with them in their time of trouble. Toyota should note that it is going to take more than a passing grade on a Federal Transportation report card to bring back the consumer safety confidence they have enjoyed. (So when the deci sionwas made to advertise in mainstream newspapers from coast to coast "THANKING" their cus-tamers for their loyalty, where was Toyota's loyalty to it's 10% AfricanAmerican consumers? Historically, there has al ways been an imbalance be tween what goes out of the Black community and what comes in. Despite the fact that the buying power of America's Blacks is reported to be roughly $1 trillion this year! And it is highly doubt ful that Black-owned businesses will report revenue numbers that are the same and/ or reap any of the bene fits proportionate to our buy ing power. However, the question still remains, why is Toyota undervaluing the Black consumer and showing our community such blatant dis respect? Tried, True, and Tested the NNP A (Black Press of America) remains the gate keeper for reaching the Black community. Corporations and advertising agencies wanting and needing to reach the African-American consumer must understand the relationship of the Black Press with Black people. They must remember to place their advertising mes sages on the pages of Black newspapers throughout America, and Black con sumers will respond in kind (Black advertising agencies could help them with this). The days of being silent and complaining among our selves regarding these uneth ical and immoral business practices are over. When Toyota wanted our help, it had no problem seek ing all 200 Black newspapers in America to do just that. Their message to Black peo ple was -PLEASE HELP 1\) 0 US, WE VALUE YOUR ::: BUSINESS. We do not want Toyota to use us for ed itorial coverage and theri overlook us with their adver tising dollars. Black newspapers are not afraid to demand fair repre sentation and a seat to dine at Toyota's table, especially when their food is purchased with approximately 10% of Black consumer dollars. If you want to thank Black consumers for our loy alty and keep our business, do it on the pages of the Black newspapers that Black people READ, RESPECT, TRUST AND OWN!! Danny Bakewell Sr. is the Chairman of the 0 National Newspaper Publishers )> parent organization to en more than 200 inde-pendently own,ed Black ::::! newspapers. r m c: Rose Ferlita Experience Courage Integrity TUESDAY, MARCU. .. .. VISIT: R OSEFORMAYOR COM Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved_ by _Rose Ferllto. Nonpartison. for Mayor. m ::::! z "'D c: m r en ::I: m c m < m ::c < -t c: m en c > z c ::c c


Letter -ro The editor ai ,... uruent Appeal: ; Help Some Young Man Go On A College Tour a: LL 0 a: LL 0 z <( 0 (J) w => 1-w > w 0 w J: (J) ::::i m ::::) c. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w (J) C a: 0 ..J LL Please consider this let-ter as an urgent appeal for you to $upport a very worthwhile effort. I am a member of a male youth mentoring ministry (The Tampa District Sons of Allen) TDSOA, which is part of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. This group has worked to show young men a better slice of life via various activities outside of their neighborhoods. We are asking, soliciting, begging and otherwise letting people know about the 40-195-60 plan. Consider this: plans have been made to take 40 boys for $195 each (which includes transportation, hotel and meals) on a 6o-hour trip to ......... Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, Florida Memorial College, The Miami Job Corps Center, The Black History Museum in Ft. Lauderdale and BethuneCookman University during spring break, April 25-27, 2011. We are competing against certain elements: parents who have gone into debt to get their children Christmas gifts, par-Harry Cohen is the sharpest candidate running for council this year, and his experience at managing a government agency prepares him to be a leading voice as City Hall navigates the tough economic climate. Cohen is a 40-year-old Tampa native and attorney who ... knows how to curb spending and still provide essential services. And he knows what this largely atrluent, mixed-use South Tampa district needs better stormwater drains, safer streets and sidewalks for cyclists and pedestrians, and a commitment to invest in the city's aging infrastructure. The candidate most prepared for council is Harry Cohen. The 40-year-old lawyer had been chief deputy clerk of the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County until Jan. 31, when he resigned to campaign. He helped make the well-regarded oftice even more efficient. Cohen would bring fresh, insightful eyes to city government and would seek out consolidation with the county, where feasible.. He understands that even if the cost of city salaries goes down, pension costs can go up un less the retirement programs are reformed. In District 4, the Tribune endorses Harry Cohen. He speaks of the need for elected officials to be transparent and accessible. He treats people with respect and is widely admired in city, county and state government circles for his professionalism. For Tampa City Council District 4, the Times recommends Harry Cohen. ENDORSED BY: Last Day of Early Voting Mardi 19th Eledion .Day Mardallnd Please Vote! "GPS Systems are COliiii10il tbc:se days boweVCI' my fiieod Chris Hart has never needed one to find our communities. If we are serious about UllW8l'lted neigJtbolbood intrusiom, keeping our children fiom being locked out of city parks aDd recreation ceofers, viable economic development fot all, then the most aca:ssible, expa:ieoccd and honest candict.te I know is Cbris Hart." Peee Edwards Experience Leadenbip Vision .. 1 support Chris. an old friend, a person of ex.treme integrity and people slcills with extensive service to his country and to his community and a gentleman whose fiiendship I cherish." Cart H. Nortoia, II ents who have spent lots of $ to send their kids to the Florida State Fair and now the Florida Strawberry Festival. Children should have fun. However, in the midst of all of this spending (with income tax refunds coming in everyday), when it comes to education, many parents spent out, or "so theytell me.i I am wondering about the priority for education by some parents. I do believe they want the best for the children, but how can you not set aside $ for the young man in your family who is atrisk of becoming a negative statistic. When people react with "sticker shock" about the cost of the college and career tour I often ask them to take $195 and replicate the same path conducted by the TDSOA for such a trip --especially with the "price changing daily" for gasoline. Once you do the -math you will find that it is difficult to unless you stay in a substandard motel or in a camper. If for some reason the trip has to be cancelled consider this: isn't it bet-ter to invest in a young man's education than bail bonds, attorney retainer fees, paying restitution, drug rehab and associated expenditures? I am optimistic that folks in this market (3rd largest in Florida) and with Florida being the 4th largest state in the country, surely we have the collective resources make this happen. So what will it be Tampa Bay: more. spending on one top of the line set of 26" wheels ($1o,ooo) or funding this year's college tour. By the way, that price is just what the college tour costs. Do we say "man, that dude has some bangin' wheels" or do we say "that's a shame what happened to Pookie and Ray-Ray". One orator said. "if not you, who? Andnnotnow,when? Should you be inclined to help support this effort, you may simply call or text Joe Lundy, President of the Tampa District Sons of Allen, @ 813-409-7273 DAYLE GREENE Tampa Class Size Will Affect Students At James And Robles BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The parents of students attending an East Tampa school are being asked to attend a meeting about the school's boundaries. The meeting will take place Thursday, March 24th, 6:30 p.m., at James Elementary School, 4302 E. Ellicott Street. Steve Ayers, Director of Community and Parent Proudly endorsed by Tampas Police & Firefighters 8 Relations for the Hillsborough County Public School District said, "Letters have already been sent to the parents with a map. We are looking at adjusting the boundaries to give some relief to James Elementary School and use the space that is available at Robles Elementary School." As of this school term, about 57 students in grades k-5 will be affected by the boundary changes. If adopted, this will make the first boundary change to comply with the 2002 class-size amendment in Hillsborough County. The meeting on Thursday will allow parents the opportunity to ask questions about the boundary changes and to provide their input. Robles Elementary School is located at 4405 E. Sligh Avenue, about 1.:.1/2 miles from James Elementary School. Currently students who attend James Elementary who live north of Hillsborough Avenue and East of N 56th Street would be. affeeted if the proposal meets approval.


Local :B East Tampa TIF Dollars Purchase Home On 22"d Street s: )> ::0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter (') ment projects will drive other :I: With hopes of completely revitalizing the area, last week the Tampa Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) agreed to purchase the home at 2924 North 22nd Street. The $8o,ooo pur chase price was paid through residents and business own-ers to step up and get their properties spruced up. "The better things look ...... around here, the more interest we'll get from developers to come in and get something done." Tax Increment Finance (TIF) dollars from a portion of property taxes collected within the East Tampa dis trict. The East Tampa Com munity Revitalization Partnership oversees all East Tampa development proj ects, including the purchased of properties. ED JOHNSON This house at 2924 North 22nd Street was the latest purchase by the city using East Tampa TIF dollars. City Officials are review ing proposals that could lead to development of affordable apartments for low and mid dle income tenants. The proj ect would benefit from $10 million in federal stimulus money that was granted last year along with $28 million to the Encore project under construction on the site of what was formerly Central Park Village. Manager, Ed Johnson, said this latest purchase was the 13th made in East Tampa I'd love to see a grocery chain and banking service in the area. businesses to the area. I'm al ready receiving calls; but the market is holding back a lot of investors right now." East Tampa Development area. "There are no immediate plans for development, but "With the enhancement projects nearing completion, we hope this will attract more Johnson said he hopes thepurchases and enhance-PUBLIC NOTICE SERVICE CHANGES The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (BART) will impiement bus service changes effective Sunday, March 20, 2011. CHANGES OR ADJUSTMENTS ARE BEING MADE TO THE FOLWWING ROUTES Bog 1 -FlpriJlq ArmHe Last southbound trip will end at Highland Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Bou1evard and not proceed to Marion Transit Center. Check the March timetable for modified evening weekday. Saturday. and Sunday times. RoKitt 2-Nebrgs/ul 4penue Last soUthbound trip will end at Nebraska Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and not proceed to Marion Transit Center. Weekdays northbound and southbound trips will be revised from 8 am to lOam. Check the March timetable for modified evening weekday and Saturday Sunday times. Boflk 4-Pq/N Cejg/Mqd)iiiAFB Schec;lule time point northbound and southbound at MacDill Avenue and Gandy Boulevard is removed from the schedule. Route will continue to serie the stops at that location. Rmltc 5 -4flt!J Strqt Route will no longer directly serve USF Administration Building. Route wiD turn onto or off of Alumni Drive at Leroy Collins Boulevard. Route 6-56th Strut Last southbound trip will end at HART Operations Facility and not proceed to Marion Transit Center. Rollfe 8-Prozress VdJcriBmu/oR Route will serve 78th Street and Causeway Boulevard on street instead of pulling into shQpping center. Schedule time point moved to street side stop instead of shopping center. Roflk 12 .. 22tul Strut Last southbound trip wiD end at 22nd Street and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Bou1evard and not proceed to Marion Transit Center. Roflk 16-Wqtm.4mJue Schedule time point eastbound and westbound at HiUsborougb Avenue and Memorial Highway is removed from the schedule. Route will continue to serve the stops at that location. BoHle 18 3()th Street Last southbound trip wiD end at 29tb Street and Dr. Martin Luther IGrig Jr. Bou1evard and not proceed to Marion Transit Center. BoHle 31!Topm Cofllllrr/4imort Schedule time point eastboUild and westboUild at Memorial Highway and George Road is removed ftum the schedule. Route will continue to serve the Stops at that location. Rgg 31-South Irlllsbgrorg:ll Copntr Route will no longer enter Riverview Oaks Shopping Center but will serve the location street side stops. The schedule time point northbound and southbound at Riverview Oaks is eliminated. A new schedule time point "is estabtished at the Gibsonton Road Walmart. Rgflk 34-lriHortJJCII Amw Schedule time PQint eastbound and westbound at Hillsborough Avenue and Memorial Highway is removed ftom the schedule. Route will continue to serve the stop at that location. Schedule time point eastbound and westbound at Hillsborough Avenue and 40th Street is removed from the schedule, Route will continue to serve the stop at that location. Rgllfe 36-Dqk Mqba Uwfnwa/llimls 4vmve Weekdays First southbound trip will leave Brittoil Plaza 5 minutCs earlie Rgg 46-Dqris hlqmly/Wqt Brwulgp Route wiD serve 78th Street and Causeway BoUlevard on street iilstead of pulling into shopping center. 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Local CO ..... :I: (.) Song Bv Local Artist Featured -In New Movie 'limitless' a: <( :a: BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter c a: Rap artist Prophit u.. knows how lucky he is. He c a: LL. c z <( c en understands how some artist work for years and never get that one opportunity that opens the right doors for their future Thanks to his producer, Isaac Opus, Prophit (real name Reginald Wilks) will have his single, 1'This My Club, played in the soon to be released movie, Limitless. Prophit said he started thinking seriously about his career about 5 years ago. lot happens when you re trying to be a success ful rap artist. You get put off by a lot of people, you meet the wrong people, and you even get into business arrangements with the wrong people. It makes you feel like quitting, but I was determined to keep going." Prophit has since re leased five mix tapes won a talent showcase, and opened for several national artists. He recalls getting the news that his single would be on the soundtrack for the movie. "My manager called and I didn't take him seriously at first, but when I got e-mails with details, I was speech-w :::::1 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en ::::i aJ :::::1 a. z i= w -I -I :::::1 aJ ..I w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 -I LL. l ess. This came totally unex pected for me, and I am so grateful. "This is the reward for working hard and not giving up. You also have to make sure you have the right peo ple guiding your career, and making sure you know everything that's going on." Prophit said he hopes this opportunity will give him more exposure and better opportunities in the fu ture. I n eve r gave any thought to what I'd be doing if this hadn t worked out. "I record all of my own music at home with my own equipment." Prophit is the father of three children (one on the way) and just celebrated his 215 1 birthday March 91h. "I also need to thank Jerry Means of JMB Entertainment. As my .entertainment lawyer, he's done a great job." For additional information contact: Sister Courtney Byrd at (813) A Salute to Excellence Honoring Presiding Elder Leroy Kennon and Sis. Vida Kennon Friday, May 1_3,_ 201_1_, 7:00 Rosen Centre Hotel 9840 International Drive Orhmdo, Florida 32819 Grand Ballroom D Contact Rev. Dr. Mark E. Crutcher, General Chairman THEME: ''Armed And Dangerous" Ephesians 6:8-18 Brother Gregory Brown, Chairperson


Gospel Singer Feels Destinv Is Around The Corner BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Growing up in Fayetteville, North Carolina, LaTrel Maloy was always a showman. He would get the attention of his hometown by dancing and singing, and everyone knew he had what it took to be a success story. Maloy started singing at the age of 5, and he was inspired by several artists, like Otis Redding, Sam Cook, Smokey Robinson, AI Green, and Stevie Wonder. "I performed at talent shows and won several trophies and awards. After singing at a talent show when I was in the 6th grade, I was asked to join the school chorus. That's where I learned to read music." When Maloy was in the 9th grade, he sang along with a group of brothers called the Moore Boys. When he grad-LaTrel Maloy (smiling) and Kirk Franklin (glasses). uated from high school, he and one of the group members decided to record a song, "All I Ever Need ." Maloy later relocated to Tampa where he met David Gay, CEO of Isabomb Records. He recorded as a featured artist with that label. "I had the opportunity to open for David Hollister of Black Street, K-Ci and Jojo, and Debra Cox. I've also appeared on Showtime at the Apollo and opened for Ginuwine in a sold out con cert here. "That's when I found out I wasn't immune from the same temptations as other young men. I entered into a life of partying and that put me in a place I never thought I'd be." That experience caused Maloy to give his life to Jesus Christ, and since then, he' s been recording Gospel music and performing all over the country. His latest release, "Sunshine In The Morning," is gaining steam as it makes the rounds, and he anticipates signing a big deal pretty soon "I recently met Gospel star Kirk Franklin. We talked for a long time, and he gave me some great advice. He also invited me to join him in the future, and that's something I am definitely looking forward to." Maloy said he'd like to work more on drawing the Gospel community closer together, and will be perform ing a lot over the summer in the area "Because I'm a young man, I'll definitely appeal to the young people : I want them to see there is a better life out there. All they have to do is accept it. G t d The Gospel Train e Aboar A Worthy Touch Of Praise To Celebrate 2 Nights -1 Day To Celebrate The New Faithfulaires Gospel Singers 19th Year Singing Anniversary Sunday, March 20, 2011 4 P.M. The Center For Manifestation 31 02 E. Lake Ave. *Tampa, FL 3361 0 Dr. Mark T. Jones, Pastor Gifts For The First 150 People MC Randall 'C' Of WTMP Radio Featuring: 'TYrell Pittman The Tampa Boyz Gene Bell of Bartow Sons of Zion, St. Pete Tony Pittman and the Harmony Winds, Tampa Rev. Fleming Tarver and the Spiritualaires, St. Pete Travail, Ft. Myers Royallite of Orlando Gramps and the Golden Hearts Traveling Stars, Tampa Inspirational Voices of God, Lakeland Saturday, March 19, 2011 7 P. M. Eddie Newkirk Life Center (Formerly Orange Blossom) 3222 N. 34th St. Tampa *Free Food After The Service* MC: Pastor Jimmy Sanders of Brooksville Featuring: Little Johnny and the New Gospel Wonders of Ocala Shady Rest Gospel Sing ers, Brooksville Wright Choice, Plant City And Many More. Friday, March 18, 2011 7 P. M. MC: Sis. Cathy Henry Featuring: Faithful Few of Bartow, Spiritual Voices, Ft. Myers And Many More Groups Of The City *Free Food After The Service* Sunday, March 27 10:30am We are a mulbiculbural, nondenominabional church where you will feel righb ab home and receive uncondibionallove and accepbancel Come bo our Exhilarabing Worship Service & Experience bhe Power of God! 6305 E. Hillsborough Ave Tampa Fl 33610 813. 994.5694 houseofprayerchurch.org PALM RIVER CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1304 So. 58th Street* Tampa 33619 GREATER LOVE RISTIAN CENTER, Bishop (Dr.) B. Franklin Echols -Founder/Teacher--Senior Pastur Or. Massalena W. Echols, DTh, Pastor/Director of Christian Education Telephone: (813) 759-8270 Fax: (813) 754-1863 1109 North Franklin street Plant City, Aorida 33563 can The Church For Directions And Transportation For.,_. Is (io Lov. Gntatw Than GtHter Love, Becaus. We care 1311111111 flllders 111 Cele-rl 1111111: Marcll21, 2m Come Join Us In This Celebration. 11 :00 AM -Evangelist Mary Kirk Parrish, Fl 3:00 PM -Apostle Charles & Prophetess carolyn Hill Christ In You Minisbies Tampa with the Seven (7) Churches In One City Fellowship Apostle Tumba Kanyinda -Chief Apostle THEME: 'Taking The High Road To Heaven In 2011" -Going Beyond With What He Has Placed John3:3-8 ..... 1\) o ..... ..... ., c: Ill r-u; ::::1: m c m < m -4 c: m (/) c )> z c


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Local 3:1 In The Spotlight NJEMA This week as our spotlight feature, we bring you a new face, Njema. This young woman says her favorite star is First Lady, Michelle Obama, and her hobbies are singing and writing poetry. In the future, Njema plans on being focused on her goals and constantly pushing herself to further success through God's help. Njema's philosophy of life is: "I believe that if you. are a good person, good will come to you." The 5'8" tall Taurus said the man in her life must be honest, God-fearing, and humble. Congratulations to Njema as this week's new spotlight feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: .ijohnson@tlsentinel.com. State & Fed. W. C. Claims certified by Michman State University All Job-Related In uries Change Treating hysicians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C./ Race Discrimination DEBT PROBLEMS GETTING YOU DISTRESSED? HOUSE IN FORECLOSURE, WAGES BEING GARNISHED? WE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP BANKRUPTCY: CHAPTER 7 & 13 ASSET PROTECTION PAYMENT NEGOTIATION PROBATE &WILLS GUARDIANSHIP SOCIAL SECURITY IMMIGRATION PERSONAL I NJURY FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BANKRUPTCY REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN The hlrl111 oft ,.,... ._an lmport.ft t dNi afon tMt tMuld not IN baaed t olely upon tdnrtl .. menla. a.rore ou claclftd ttk Ut to MI'HI or.t FA'I wrltleft InforMation tbout our vattflea t 6ott trwl rlence l New Youth Football Team Creates i JJ Opportunities For Area Youth BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter A new y outh football te a m, The Tampa Hurricanes are a bout to begin their se a son and have vowed that they are not afraid to take a stand." Formerly known as the Copeland Park Saints, the new team is part of the MidFlorida Football Conference and prac tices at Woodlawn Terrace Park, 6410 North 32n d Street. Team President, Tracie Dawkins, has been volun teering since 2003 and served for five years as commissioner of the Saints. These are the Executive Board members of the Tampa Hurricanes. They are (back row) left to right: Equipment Manager, Sean Egizio; Financial Secretary, Tashonda Horton; At-Large board member, Julius Collie; Secretary, Dominique Harris; Football Coordinator,. Steve Stone; Fundraising Director, Helen Weaver; Scholastic Coordinator, Robert Woodard, and Treasurer, Keisha Williams. Front Row Oeft to right): At Large board member, Vickie Johnson; (X) 1\) 0 ...... ...... "We were part of another league but we decided to switch to give ourselves more independence. We also like the fact this is a bigger league that' s more competitive and r e quires less travel. At large board member, Charlotte Coffie; Cheer Coordinator, "TT Pearl Flowers; President, Tracie Dawkins, and Football Com-I missioner, Donald James. We're still r ecruiting play ers and we have a few coach ing positions to fill." The mission of the Tampa Hurricanes is to provide the youth, regardless of race, color or creed, the opportunity to participate in controlled ath letic competition. We also want to instill the belief of fair pla y good con duct and sportsmanship at all times," said Ms. Dawkins. "We want to teach the youth the values of integrity, honor, respect, loyalty per sonal courage, and team work." One important aspect the teani is proud of is their scholastic initiative that says during registration, they re quire report cards and they will target players with grade averages of D. A scholastic co ordinator will reach out to par ents with avenues for tutoring, and to assist them in obtaining better grades. The player will also be required to submit bi weekly progress reports. AUTO ACCIDENTIIEIERifll{SERIII FREE Professional Service News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $ 1 0,000 Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occured For Loss Wages And Medical Care Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip& Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss vv.;:;tae!s Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813 Toll Free 1-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B. Inc. c > en m z ::! z m r m c: r r z "'tJ c: m r c;; ::::t m c m < m -i c: m en c > z c "TT :!! c


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SP-orts Tvson Didn't Expect To Be A 'Fat Crackhead' MIKE TYSON During an interview Mike Tyson was asked how he was able to get back down to his former fighting weight, to which the heavyweight champ replied: "I became a vegan, then I lost 140 pounds .. .! always thought if you did cocaine, you'd stay skinny. I didn't know you'd turn into a fat crackhead, and you know it's nothin' like a fat crack-head." Tyson was promoting his new television show about racing pigeons. PETA Protests Pigeon Racing Outside Tyson's Nevada Home HENDERSON, Nev. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals demonstrated outside Mike Tyson's suburban home to protest the former boxing champion's role in pigeon rac ing. Vikings' Cook savs Argument Led To Arrest MINEAPOLIS-Minn esota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook says he did not pull a CHRIS gun on a COOK neighbor during an argument that led to his arrest. Cook says that he was rid-ing his bike near his Lynchburg, Va. home Saturday when a neighbor began yelling at him. He says the neighbor wrongly believed Cook had called police about the neighbor's brother. Cook said he had recently received a license to carry a concealed weapon, but denied pulling a gun on the man. The team is not allowed to have contact with Cook because of the NFL lockout. Ochocinco Ordered To Pav Ohio Store $12,000 CHAD OCHOCINCO CINCINNATI An Ohio judge says Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco dropped the ball when it came to paying clothes bills. Hamilton County Municipal Judge Bernie Bouchard ordered Ochocinco to pay Exclusive Wear $11,717 for clothing the Cincinnati store says he never paid for. The store, which is owned by AMM One Inc., says that on shopping trips in late 2008 and early 2009, the player took items including a $575 AI Wissam Bomber coat, $400 Mauri alligator shoes and $350 Laguna beach jeans, but never paid for them Attorney Joseph Honerlaw said Wednesday the store reminded Ochocinco repeatedly that he needed to pay up before filing legal action in December. Bouchard ordered the default judgment Tuesday after Ochocinco didn' t appear in court. Fire Damages Bengals Plaver Odom's Ohio Home MASON, Ohio The suburban home of Cincinnati Bengals football player Antwan Odom has been heavily damaged by fire. Fire officials in the city of Mason north of Cincinnati say the defensive end and his family were out of town at the time. Firefighters responded just after 2:30 a.m. Tuesday to what they describe as a very serious fire that collapsed the home' s roof. They say hot spots and unstable areas are delaying their investigation into the cause. The Warren ANTWAN ODOM County auditor's web site estimates the home's value at nearly $1.2 million. It was built in 2000 and has nearly 6,ooo square feet of space. Woman Found Guiltv Of Murdering Pregnant Girlfriend Of Former Bear WAUKEGAN, Ill. -A woman was convicted Tuesday of killing the pregnant girlfriend of former Chicago Bear Shaun Gayle in what prosecutors alleged was a meticulously planned execution of someone she viewed as a rival for the foot ball player's affection. After nearly four hours of deliberation, the Lake County jury found Marni Yang, 43, guilty of first-degree murder and intentional homicide of an unborn child. Yang faces a minimum 45-year prison term Marni Yang was found guilty in the slaying of Shaun Gayle's girlfriend. when sentenced later this year for the October 2007 shooting of Rhoni Reuter, 42. 20" $2895 205-40-17 .... $59 215-35-18 .... $79 225-40-18 $89 225-35-19 .... $99 235-35-19 .... $125 265-30-19 .... $195 245-35-20 $109 275-45-20 .... $109 225-30-20 $119 235-30-20 $119 245-30-20 ... $119 275-40-20 .... $119 275-55-20 ... $129 285-50-20 ... $129 275-30-20 ... $139 295-45-22 ... $129 305-40-22 ... $129 305-45-22 ... $129 24"-$4995 26"-$5995 28"-$7995 30"-$14995 24"-$5995 30"-$14995 20"-$3995 20"-$4495 24"-$5900 TIRE SPECIALS 235-30-22 $135 265-40-22 ... $209 245-30-22 ... $135 295-25-22 ... $229 255-30-22 ... $135 305-40-23 ... $189 265-35-22 $135 255-30-24 $145 295-40-22 ... $135 275-30-24 ... $175 265-30-22 ... $139 295-35-24 ... $175 315-45-24 ... $175 275-25-24 $209 305-30-26 ... $259 ... $269 295-3Q,-26 .. ..$279 ... $299 .. $359 295-25-2K .. $369 315.;30-30 ... $1100 ... $1195 9370 N. FLORIDA AVE. TAMPA, FL OPEN l\10N.-SAT. 9-6 'TI JJ c s: )> JJ (') ::I: ...... 0) 1\) 0 ...... ...... "'0 c: m c C/) ::I: m c m < m JJ -< -4 c: m C/) c )> z c "Ti JJ c ...... (,.) I )>


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MRS. CORINE HILL PORTER Homegoing services for Mrs. Corine Hill Porter of 2807 N. Ola Avenue, who passed away on Sunday, March 13, 2011, will be h eld Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 2 p. m. at New Rising Star M. B. Church, 1509 North Bay, with the pastor, Rev. Ernest Washington, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was born December 22, 1948. Mrs. Porter enjoyed cool{ ing. She was preceded in death by: her father, Joe Hill; mother, Odessia Lee Anderson Hill; brothers, Wash (Tom) Hill and James Hill; sisters, Melissa Parker and Josephine Hill Fowler; and brother-in-Jaw, Roberter Porter. She leaves to cherish her memories: her }_usband, David B. Porter; children, Cheryl and Samuel Jones, James and Linda Hill, Charles Hill and Serina Williams; grandchildren, Kendria L. Davis, Ciara T. King, Corraine I. Davis, Everett James Hill, Isaiah D. Jones and James Michael Hill; great grandchildren, Saniya V. Lewis, KaDarian Lewis and Malia Stevens; brothers, Gaines and Ethel Hill and Willie and Pat Hill; sisters, Effie Cole, Thelma Lane, Rosa L. Davis and Ruth A. Davis; nieces, Erma and Jerry Holmes, Patricia Sims (James Brooks) and cynthia and Roosevelt Turner; nephews, Aroiistar Cole, Carl Hill, Willie F Hill, Wash Hill, Rick Mack and Ronnie Mack; great nieces, Jessica A. Cole, Ebony D. Cole and Tonya M. Cole; great nephew, Major Sims; mother-in-law and father-inlaw, Bessie and David Porter, Sr.; sisters-in-law, Betty and Freddie Warren, Jr., Mattie and Emmit James, Nattie and Geroge Dennis, Nadine Williams, Deloris and Leonard Johnson, Sara Porter, Bessie Carridine and. Minnie and Willie Davis; brothers-in-law, Russell and Kiesha Porter, Charlie and Frankie Porter, Marvin and Mae Jean Porter, and Addie Porter and Jimmie Porter; a host of family and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p.m. on Friday. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday at 1:45 p. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. LUCILLE TIMMONS WALKER Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Lucille Timmons Walker, who was also known as Sister Walker, who passed away Tuesday, March 15, 2011, at Melech Hospice House will be held Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 2 p.m. at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 East Chipco Avenue, with Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr., pastor, officiating. Inte1ment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Lucille Walker was born in Lesley, Georgia, on March 5, 1915, to Dave Timmons and Josephine Timmons Fuller. .She moved to Tampa, over seventy years ago. She was a great woman of God and loving matriarch of her family. She leaves to enjoy her memory: daughter, Fannie Robinson; granddaughters, Deloris Rudolph (Carwell) of Miami, FL, Gloria Adams and Deborah Jonesia (Neil) of Tampa; grandsons, Daryn Robinson (Angie) and Micheal Peterson (Renee) of Tampa; 28 great grandchildren, 40 great-great grandchildien and 12 great-great great grandchildren; and a host of loving family and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m. on Friday. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday at 1:45 p. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOM AND GRANDMA VERAM. HICKS 3/16/43 -12/10/07 Gone, but not forgotten. We love you. From, your daughters, sons and grandchildren. Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOND ANDERSON L.F.O. 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation ()ur Fan1ily Can Meet Your 1 :an1ily's Needs MRS. LOIS M. GREEN {TOOT -A-MUNK) Funeral services for Mrs. Lois M. Green (Toot-A-Munk), will be held Saturday, March 19, 2011, at 1 p. m. at St. Mary's Missionary Baptist Church, 3910 W. Laurel St., Tampa, 33607, Pastor Wallace Z. Bowers. Visitation will be held at Gudes Funeral Chapel, 4050 E. Hillsborough Avenue, Tampa, 33610. Lois was born on December 24, 1944, to the parents, Robert and Irma Lawson. She passed away on March 10, 2011. She was educated in the Hillsborough County Public Schools. She was preceded in death by: her mother and father; brother, Leroy Smith and wife, Delores; sisters, Clarice Peck and Irma Jean Martin; nephew, Leo Riley, Jr.; and nieces, Patricia Peck and Kennethia Keenan. She is survived by: her husoand, Peter-Green; nieces, Betty Joe Martineau and husband, Richard of New York, Shelia Peck, Lisa Johnson, Ruby Nelson, Patrice Weston, Clarice (Lloyd) Sealey, Khatina Martin, Pamela Keys and husband, Alex, Tyjuana Smith-Gray and husband, Jessie, all of Baton Rouge, LA; nephews, Leroy Smith, Jr. a:nd wife, Wynette, N aaman Peck and James Peck; great nieces, Serrena Copeland, Loretta Morgan, Michelle Hamilton, Brittney Morgan, Khristina Morgan, Bianca Jones, Leyona Peck, Artia Webb, Lotoya Smith, Shannaya Briggs, Christina Kelly and husband, Donald, Rene Smith, Tanjie Smith, LeRoyce Smith, Andrea Smith, Katelynn Weston and Cariah Allen; great nephews, Byron Jones and wife, April of Vermont, Leo Peck, Markeast Jones, James Coro, Patrick Jones, Tomarcus Allen, Rodney Nelson, Zackery and Olijae, Zavia, Lawrence, Logan, Jayden, Jaevion Dunbar, Leo Peck, Jr .. Myles Weston, Ryan and Rodney Nelson; co_usins, Rudy Dewitt Smith and Fat Boy Preston Price; goddaughter, Debra Pearson; devoted friends, Jackie Hunter, Betty Boo and Mary Knotts; and a host of other relatives and friends. GUDES FUNERAL HOME A Temple Of SerVice MRS. VERONICA CALDWELL BLAINE Homegoing services for Mrs. Veronica Caldwell Blaine, who passed away on Monday, March 7, 2011, will be held Saturday, March 19, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Friendly Missionary Baptist Church, 1901 Central Avenue, Tampa, with Pastor Johnnie Miller, officiating. Mrs. Blaine was born on December 26, 1958, in Haines City, FL, to Ruth Caldwell and the late Freddie Lee Caldwell, Sr. She attended Hillsborough County Public Schools and Florida School For The Deaf And Blind in St. Augustine, FL, where she graduated. She was preceded in death by: her father, Freddie Lee Caldwell, Sr.; and her brothers, Anthony Elijah Caldwell and Freddie Lee Caldwell, Jr. She leaves to cherish her memories: mother, Ruth Caldwell; children, Varissa Sharina Caldwell, Christopher Blaine and Cheryl Vanessa Blaine; grandchildren, Cameron William, Love Everett and Anijab Flowers; brothers, Ronnie Caldwell (Patricia), Fredrick Caldwell and Travis Caldwell; sisters, Lynda Jackson (Charles, Sr.) Islay Cutler, Tara Howell (Bobby), Flavia Hardy (Andre) and Darlene Dent; stepsisters, Mary Thomas and Sandra Session; stepbrothers, Robert Sessions (Patricia), Eddie Session (Juliette), Joseph Jackson (Carla), and Donovan; 33 nieces, 21 nephews, 55 great nieces and nephews, and 36 great-great nieces and nephews; a host of cousins; and other sorrowing relatives and friends, Mrs. Frances McCloud, Robert Walker, Charlie Johnson, Kemp (Christine), Frankie Kemp, Nancy Goshea, Rev. Shelly A. Brown and family of Bessemer City, NC, Robert Pipkin, Jr. of Forestville, MJ>, Mrs. Annie Williams and family of Orlando, FL, and Mrs. Tina Dent of Solac'Um, AL. Viewing will be held at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 North 40th Street, Tampa, 33610; on Friday, March 18, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from .6-7 p. m. Friends planning to attend the homegoing for Mrs. Veronica Caldwell Blaine are asked to assemble at the Friendly Missionary Baptist Church at i:45 p._m. A HARMON BURIAL MS. KATHERINE J.BURNS Homegoing celebration for Ms. Katherine J. Burns, who passed away Friday, March 11, 2011 will be held Saturday, March 19, 2011, at 1 p. m. at Springhill M. B. Church, 8119 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Tampa, 33619, Rev. Eugene Garnett, pastor, and Reverend Thomas J. Weeks, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. ..... 0) 1\) 0 ..... ..... Katherine J. Burns was born on March 16, 1946, in Syl-"T'I vania, Georgia, to the late Booker T. Johnson and Carrie 0 Johnson. :::0 She was a resident of Tampa C for 43 years. She attended )> Scriven County Public Schools CJ) a:nd worked for the Hillsbor-m ough County School System for Z over 35 years. :::! Katherine Burns was a Z member of North Bay Mission-m ary Baptist Church and also 1 sang in the. No.2 Choir. aJ She was preceded in death ? by: her brother, Cyler Walker; rand two sisters, Caretha Jordan m and Martha Johnson. :::! She leaves to cherish her Z memories: her aunt, Lorene ""D Covington and husband, MarC: ion; her sister, Amy Jackson aJ and husband, Raymond; her !: brother, Melvin Johnson and CJ) wife,Rhonda. She also leaves to cherish m her memory: 6 children, An-C thony Johnson of North Car-m olina, Remelle Johnson < (Delmas) of Tampa, Robert Burns of Tampa, Katrina < Chaney of North Carolina, An--t gela Smith, Michael Burns and C: Taldla Holmes of Tampa. m She leaves behind: 20 C/) grandchildren, 'shenika, Late-C sia, Antonio, Anthony, Shelley, Sheldon, Robert, Ambrea, Rick-....._ eisha, Jadin, Eric, Adren, z Antwan, Julissa, Leslie, Bobby, Christopher, Marquise, Imani C and Tyler; 19 great grands and "T'I several nieces and nephews; :::0 She also leaves: devoted C friends, Freddie Garcia and Jackie Boise; cousin, Georgia Mae Covington, Verna Jones; and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 6-8 p. m., Friday, March 18, 2011, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street, Tampa, 33610. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service at 12:45 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to Jackson Funeral Home. 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Funerals/Memoriam ::I: (.) a: <( :a: c a: u. DEACON KING DAVID DAVENPORT Homegoing services for Deacon King David Davenport of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, March 13, 2011, will be held on Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 2 p. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, with Pastor T. D. Leonard, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Deacon King Davenport was born to Mr. Charlie Arthur and Mary Davenport in Bonifay, FL. The family relocated to Panama City FL where he was educated in the Bay County Public School Dis-trict. He was married to the late C Mrs. Gladys McDonald Daven-port, and they were the parents of a: six boys and three girls. Deacon U. Davenport moved to Tampa in C 1954 and was employed by the U. Z S Phosphate Company (Mosaic He was preceded in death by: a: his beloved wife, Sister Gladys W Davenport; and two sons, King > Jones and Joseph Davenport. W Deacon Davenport leaves to C cherish beautiful and loving meinW ories: three daughters, Estella :I: Davenport, Evelyn Davenporten Bethune and Mary Collins; six ::::i sons, Jesse Davenport, King DavIn enport, Jr., Roger Davenport, ;:, Charlie Davenport, Carter DavenQ. port and wife, Janet and z Woodrow Jones; grandchildren, 1--Kimbo Davenport, Roddrick Davenport, King Davenport, III, Marissa Davenport, Chandra ...1 Moran, Sharon Moorer (Patrick), ;:, Carter Davenport, Jr., Joseph m Davenport, Victoria Davenport ...1 and Latoria Harris; a host of W great-grands and great-great z grands; brothers-in-law, Johnnie -McDonald (Sarah) and Alphonso 1-McDonald; sisters-in-law, Mamie Z Davenport of Victoria, Texas, Lilm lie Bell Hollins, Veta Mae Clinkscale (Tyrone), Alzoria Me.

Funerals/Memoriams MR. DAVID H. WILLIAMS, SR. Mr. David H. Williams, Sr. passed away Thursday, March 10, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 19, 2011, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, with Dr. S. Evan Burrows, Senior Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. David H. Williams, Sr. was a native of Inverness, FL, and long time resident of Tampa. He served in the United States Army during World War II and was a long time member and deacon at New Salem M. B. Church before becoming a member of First Baptist Church of College Hill under the leadership of Rev. Abraham Brown. He continued his service as a deacon, member of the Angel Sunday School Class #2, and was a faithful member until illness beset him. He was employed as a painter at TECO until his retirement in 1984. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving son, David H. Williams, Jr. (Lisha); a devoted daughter, Shirley Hedrick, all of D 'etroit, MI; sister, Lydia Williams of Inverness, FL; sister-in-law, Elizabeth White of Tampa; grandsons, James Hedrick, Jr., and David Hedrick (Sonya), all of Detroit, MI, Carlos Fuller (LaChadra) of Lithonia, GA, David Williams, III of Austin, TX, Ashuntae Williams, Joshua Williams, Kenyon Williams, and D'Shante Williams, .all of Detroit, MI; granddaughters, Elizabeth Hedrick of Yuma, AZ, Kiera Johnson (Darrell) of Union City, GA, Karene Smith, Malisba Lyons, LCatrice Lyons and Cassandra Williams, all of De-. troit, MI; great-grandchildren, Lauren Hedrick, Devin Hedrick, David Hedrick, Jr., Davaghne Hedrick; Karielle and Cierra Manus, all of Detroit, MI, Shaimaa Masri of Yuma, AZ; nephews, Starling White of Aquasco, MD, Andrew James (Betty) of Gainesville, FL, Henry L. White, Jr., and Darrell Lawson, all of Tampa; nieces, Dora Mae Ross, Barbara Goolsby (John), and Deloris Wilson, all of Inverness, FL, Barbara Jackson (Richard) of Powder Springs, GA, Eddye L. Denson (Maceo) of South Bend, IN, Maxine Weaver (Sandy) of Crystal River, FL, Geraldine Woolfolk oflnverness, FL, Maggie Blanden of Danville, IL, Linda Lawson, Cheryl Williams (Curtis), Darlene Ramsey, Carol Lawson and Pamela Beckwith, all ofTampa; and a host of great nephews, great nieces, greatgreat nephews and great-great nieces; a godson, Sanford Ross (Claudia) of Tampa; and other friends and family. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m., Friday, March 18, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuQeralhome.com. MR. SAMUEL ROY (JOHN) ELSON Mr. Samuel Roy (John) Elson, 66, of 5604 N. 34th Street, passed away March 9, 2011, at St. Joseph Hospital. The service will be held on Saturday, March 19, 2011, at 1 p. m. at Faith And Truth Revealed Ministries, 5012 E. Broadway Avenue, Tampa, Rev. Danny C. Osborne of God's Side Progressive M. B. Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Elson was born in Rock River District of Clarendon, Jamaica. Mr. Elson was preceded in death by: his parents, Algathea Holcome (mother) and Thomas Elson (father), both 1>f Jamaica; Solomon David Elson, son; and Sedibut Joe Elson, brother. He leaves to cherish his memoires: wife, Barbara Elson; son, John (Pookie) Elson; brother, Howard George Elso n and wife, Elaine; 3 sisters, Florette Coleman (Leslie), Christina Folks (Ferdinard) and Catilda.Roye (William); 5 grandchildren, John, Kenny, Jada, Lalonie and Salana Elson; nephews, Anthony Roy (Vinnette), Courtney Beckford, Nigel Briscoe and Norton Briscoe; and a host of nieces, neighbors and loving friends. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m., Friday at Faith And Truth Revealed Ministries, 5012 E. Broadway Avenue, Pastor Brown, Sr., pastor. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 12:45 p. m., Saturday. Services entrusted to WESTSIDE FUNERAL HOME. IN MEMORY OF LOIS B. HARDY 1939-1997 Number 1 mom in the world, it's been 14 years now. Mother, we miss you and you are still in our hearts!! Just like you never left, but we know you are home with our Father in heaven. We love you very much and miss you. Love, your daughter, Evelyn Herring and family. MR. MICHAEL ALPHONSO ANTHONY Homegoing celebration for Mr. Michael Alphonso Anthony of Tampa, who passed away Monday, March 14, 2011, at Melech Hospice House of Temple Terrace, FL, will be held Tuesday, March 22, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with his friend, Reverend Wendell C. Pope, officiating. Interment will follow in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL, with military honors. He leaves to cherish fond memories of him with: his mother, Ann Sullivan; father, Alphonso A Anthony of Lakeland, FL; children, Towanda L. Anthony and Threneace L. Anthony; grandchildren, Sharne, Rakeem and Akeen Anthony, and Jamesly Rock and Torey Thomas; great grandchildren, Kaylee, Aiden, Anihya and Ayrica Kappes; brothers, Rakrap.A. Mateen (Linda), Theoron V. Smith (Paula) and Perry Sullivan, III; sisters, Theolanda C. Smith and Dr. Tonni Sullivan-Jones; a host of nieces and nephews; 2 uncles and 6 aunts; a host cousins, other relatives and friends, including, ex-wife, Miriam R. Anthony and son, Akiem N. Anthony. A native of Tampa, Mr. Anthony was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and attended College Hill Elementary School and was a graduate of Middleton Senior High School, Class of 1971. He was a member of the football and baseball teams and was a member of the band at Middleton. He was a player at the beginning of the Belmont Heights Little League. After graduation, Mr. Anthony attepded UNLV and UCLA in California. He served his country in the United States Air Force. In 1977, Mr. Anthony relocated from Tampa and was a resident of the California area until 2008 when he returned to the Tampa Bay area. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m., Monday, March 21, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 10:45 a. m., Tuesday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MRS.TEALOR MAEBLAXTON Hoinegoing service for Mrs. Tealor Mae Blaxton of Seffrier, who passed away Sunday, March 13, 2011, at Sun City Center Hospice, Ruskin, FL, will be held Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 1 p. m. at Covenant Missionary Baptist Church, 4610 E. Hanna Avenue, with Pastor Carnell Upshaw, officiating. Interment will follow in Unity A. M. E. Church Cemetery, Seffner, FL. She leaves to cherish memories of her: daughters, Annie, Virgie and Thelma Blaxton; son, Lee Andrew Blaxton; sisters, Maxine Artis and husband, Richard, Wanita Bobo and husband, Philip, Joeratha Howard, Flossy .King and Lossy Lipscomb; brothers, T. J. Jimmerson and Kevin Jimmerson; along with 22 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren; and a host of close friends. Mrs. Blaxton was a native of Brinkley, Arkansas. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, March 18, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assem. ble at the church at approximately 12:45 p. m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT MS. HELEN KINER Ms. Helen Kiner, a Florida native, and former resident of Belmont Heights Estate, passed away on February 25, 2011, at 3:so a. m. peacefully in her sleep at the Pavillions in Princeton, N.J. She lived a full life of S5 years. MINISTER ANDREW LEE MANNING, JR. Funeral services for Minister Andrew Lee Manning of 8501 North 50th Street, who passed away Monday, March 7, 2011, will be held Saturday, March 19, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery (Shady Grove), 4615 E. Hanna Avenue, with Minister Todd Smith, officiating. Interment will follow. Minister Manning was a na-.... (X) 1\) 0 .... .... tive of Tampa. He attended MacFarlane Park Elementary School in West Tampa where he was one of Hillsborough County's first integrated students. He later attended St. Pe-tersburg Junior College. 0 Minister Manning also pur-JJ sued and enjoyed a long career in radio in the Tampa Bay area, known throughout the area as Victory Radio for WTMP. Vic-en tory Ministries became his legacy. :::! Survivors are: brother, z Thomas Manning of Tampa; m aunt, Doretha Byrd of Polk City, r FL; cousins, Claretha Davis of IXJ Clearwater, FL, Dorthea Fogle C: of Sanford, FL, Sharon and r James J. Davis of Polk City, FL, I Clifford and Deboria Byrd of m Polk City, FL, Josephine Smith :::! of St. P.etersburg, FL, and John Z and Bobbie Bagley of Tampa; "0 and a host of other cousins and C: sorrowing friends. m The remains will repose C from 5-9 p. m., Friday, March en 18, 2011, at Wilson Funeral % Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. m Friends are asked to assem-C ble at the cemetery at approximately 1:45 p.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com THE BROKEN CHAIN MRS. SUSIE B .URNEY We little knew that day God was going to call your name. In life we loved you dearly' in death we' do the same. It broke our he&rt.S to lose you, you did. not go alone, for pw:t of us went with you, the day God called you honie. ... 1 You left us beautiful memoires, your. love is still our guide. And tho"Q.gh we cannot see you,.you arealways at our side. Our family chain is bro-ken and nothing seems the same, but God calls us one by one, and. the Chain will link again. 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c a: u. c z <( c UJ w :::l 1-> a: w > w c w l: UJ :J III :::l ll. z i= w ,;,J ...J :::l III ...J W z i= z w UJ _<( c a: g u. MS.RUBYMAE GREEN-DAVIS Ms. Ruby Mae Green-Davis entered into eternal rest on Friday, March 11, 2011, in Columbia,SC. A memorial service will be held Sunday, March 20, 2011, at 3 p. m. at the Heritage Christian Community Baptist Church, 14801 N. 15th Street, Lutz, FL, Pastor Deloris Cain. Ms. Ruby Davis is a retired educator of the Hillsborough County Schools and a member of the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. Ms. Davis is a native of Charleston, SC, where she has been laid to rest. Left to cherish her memories are: a son, Rashawn Davis; a brother, Edward (Evelyn) Green; a special nephew, Dr. Aurelio D. Givens; a special friend, Ron Dingle; and other relatives and friends. Joiuison-Halls Funeral Home of Mt. Pleasant, SC, were entrusted with the arrangements. MY DADDY, JOSEPH Daddy, these two years without you have not been good. Your child has been missing you like crazy. But, I know you're in a better place, smiling down on me. Love always. Your one and only child, Valencia. .. -... ... our client;:you1re lose Sight of who We're woi'klng for .. you're the one we answer to. 3 We arrange funerals, we don't sell them : ... : It i$. om responsibility to honor your wishes and ,. .. respectyour budget. 4 -We like meeting families, not-goals. -Uke you,. we are a pan of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is important to you, and you don't deserve to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME. :ml N. 29th St Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350 (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com VIVIAN GUZMAN BRANCH 7/1/12-3/15/03 WILLIE BUSTER SMITH 7/15/15-3/16/08 JAMES TAFT GUZMAN 5/14/49 _;_ 3/19/09 We love and miss y'all dearly. I think about you Baby all the time. I love you verymuch. Your family, the Smiths, Guzmans and Nortons. IN MEMORIAM ANNIE MAE YOUNGBLOOD Sunset: 3/14/99 We shared so many memories that will never be forgotten. We love you and miss you. Husband, Rubin and family IN lOVING MEMORY SHADD IE A. MiLLER June 8, 1915 _March 17, 2009 In has been tWo years since the Lord calied you home to be with Him in paradise. We miss you, 'love you and will always cherish you. Your son, Hillsborough County Commissioner Lesley "Les" Miller, Jr. and wife, Tampa City Councilwoman Gwendolyn "Gwen" Miller' ; granddaughter, Le'Jean Harper and husband,_ Thomas, Sr.; grandson, Lesley Miller, III and wife, Dr. Alyndria; great grandchildren, Thomas Harper; Jr., Tempestt Harper, Lesley Miller, IV and Kaineron Miller; son-in-law, Vincent Gooden; and other relatives and friends. IN MEMORIAM LEGEND ALTON RIVERA To my precious baby boy, Legend Alton Rivera, you will be missed dearly, but forever in my heart. Your loving mother, Ashley Eubanks; and big brother, An-thony Stephens. You also leave behind to cherish your memories: a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents, friends and family. IN MEMORIAM 3 Loving memories are forever in our hearts. You will never be forgotten. We miss you. -Your loving wife, children, grandkids, great grandkids'and family.


'T1 Memoriams/Card of Thanks :c MISSING YOU IN MEMORIAM s: MAUD RAE AKINS WATERS IN lOVING MEMORY JESSIE DAVID 'POP' LATSON May 4, 1947 -March 15, 2010 It's been one year ago that the Lord took you home to be with Him. Our loving memories of you will never fade. We will continue to carry all of your love in our hearts until we meet again. You are deeply loved and missed. Your loving family. IN lOVING MEMORY OF MARY DARBY February 9, 1926 -March 21, 2010 For Madear 'The Memory' In remembrance of a beautifulladr. She was called home to be with our Maker. She meant to me, but more to my mother. You have a myriad of siblings, but only one mother. Took away silently without a peep, I solemnly swear she went home in her sleep. A peaceful way to go; no homicide. She just relaxed and took a heavenly ride. The experience she had could not be compared. If we wore the same shoe size, her footsteps would still be too large to wear. How sweet to have known a woman like her. She never knew how to drive, but she drove me, I concur. The wisdom she possessed is very possessive. If hard work measures potential, then she was.very successful. She worked all her life and never lamented. If I a dictionary of adjectives, she still would not be fully complimented. Eighty four years, what a life to live. That is nearly a century, whicli is some praise to give. I'm a third of that, and I wanna live strong for her. I looked up at the sky and that is what she prefers. I live on through her, what a shadow to follow. Tell your loved ones you love them today because you are not promised tomorrow. The love she distributed could never be matched. She was like a breath of fresh air with the wind attached. I can feel her now in my spirit. The trumpets are sounding, can't you hear it? She is celebrating with the greatest Man to live. You can make it too if you learn how to forgive. She lived through generations and raised different kids. Our different generations experienced the greatest mother ever lived. Love always, Mom. By Matthew Hepburn. Sunset: March 19, 2009 CARD OF THANKS YOLANDA LOUISE FREEMAN WARMACK Our family acknowledges heartfelt appreciation for every act of kindness extended to us during this time. Your prayers, phone calls, visits, food, flowers and all acts of kindness gave us much comfort. May God richly bless each of you. The Warmack Family. CARD OF THANKS MR. WILLIE D. COLEMAN, SR. The family of. the late Willie D. Coleman, Sr., would-like to express our sincere thanks for the many cards, prayers, donations, flowers, and all acts of kindness. Special thanks to: Rev. W. D. Sims and the St. Matthew Church family, and Ray Williams Funeral Home staff. Your continued prayers are appreciated. Mrs. Fannie Coleman, wife; and the entire Coleman family. MOZELL BOONE 3/19/2010 It's been a long year, we miss "you so much. Gone, but never forgotten. Love, Choc and your great and grandchildren. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM VALERIE 'COOKIE' BOYD 3/20/65-4/11/2006 IN MEMORY OF ABNER (ABBY) FRANCIS Abner (Abby) Francis left his earthly home for his heavenly home (4/24/20-3/18/06). Gone, but not forgotten. JOHN 14:14 And 16. Love you always. From: your loving wife, Ruby; children and grandchildren. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal From: mom, Robe-. nia; sister, Vanessa; brothers,(}eorge.James and Dwayne; and your loving family. IN MEMORY OF ROBERT GORDON, III (FELLA) My God, time has passed by. Eleven years you've been gone. So loved and missed. We know you are looking down from heaven watching over us. Wife, Tammy; sons, Tyrell and Rashard; and daughter. Yolanda. )> :rJ (") :I: ....... 0) 1\) 0 ....... ....... 'T1 r 0 ::!:! c )> CJ) m z ::1 z m r m c r r !:!1 z ., c m r c;; :I: m c m < m :rJ -< -f c m CJ) c )> z c 'T1 :rJ c


Of Than CARD OF THANKS AND BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MARTHA HEPBURN-CAlL The family of Martha Hepburn-Cail wishes to extend sincere thanks for all your phone calls, visits, cards, flowers, food, prayers, and acts of kindness during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Aikens Funeral Home, Memorial Hospital, Mt. Sinai A. M. E. Zion Church, Cheryl (Shae) Hicks and Cynthia Hunter. Today is your birthday. Happy birthday, Mom. we love you and miss you, but God loves you best. Alva, Veronica, Frank, George, LaiSharn, special granddaughter, Coneathia, grandchildren and great grandchildren. May God richly bless. each of you. From, the Cail, Williams and Hepburn families. MR. GARFIELD L. FARQUHARSON February 2011 Your passing left a void; nothin_g can fill. We think of you every day. Your loving wife and family knows you are resting in peace with our Heavenly Father. We would like to take this time to extend our sincere love and appreciation and thanks for your many prayers, cards and flowers during our time of bereavement. Thank you all for the celebration of life that was shared in loving memory of our husband/father whom we loved so dearly. Special thanks to: St. John Progressive M. B. Church, Rev. Dr. Banks, Pastor and Vanessa Banks, First Lady. Much appreciation. to Brandon < Regional Hospital ICU Team, Hospice Indigo Team, friends and loved ones. w Your wife, family and G grandkids. Crime; suspect Charged In Jackson Coun Shootings Tampa Police detectives received tips about a suspect being sought in the shooting of two people at the Jackson Court Apartments Sunday night. After learning detec tives were looking for him, Quinton Thompson, 21, accompanied by his mother, voluntarily turned himself in at the District III headquarters Tuesday. Detectives interviewed Thompson and determined he was involved in the shoot-. ings. He was charged with attempted first degree murder and aggravated battery. On the night of the shoot ings, a group of people had gathered in the parking lot area of the Jackson Court Apartments after leaving a block party at nearby Al Barnes Park. Police said an unknown suspect started shooting into the crowd, wounding QUINTON THOMPSON Tawanna Williams, 18, and James Wade, 15. Williams was 8-monthspregnant at the time of the shooting. Hospital officials said she and her baby boy are doing fine. Wade sustained a gunshot wound to his leg and was hospitalized for treatment. Thompson is currently being held without bond on the charges. Man Faces Charges In Investigation A warrant was issued for a man whose company alleged ly took over homes and rented them without permission fro m the owner, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. George Williams, 41, is facing six counts of grand theft, five counts of burglary of a dwelling and two counts of scheming to defraud. He turned himself in at the Orient Road Jail and is being held on $105,000 bail. Last month, an investiga tion profiled Williams that revealed his company, Brevkam Ventures LLC, took possession of several vacant properties somehow, and rented them. Williams' company filed paperwork with the property GEORGE WILLIAMS appraiser's office claiming an interest through Florida' s adverse possession law in nine properties. The law allows someone to take possession of an abandoned property if they live on it and pay property taxes on it for seven years. suspect S .ouuht In Murder ST. PETERSBURG -St. Police report that early Thursday morning, offi cers responded to the parking lot behind 1149 Dt< Martin Luther King, Jr. Street on a call of a person being shot. It was later determined that Marquell Burge, 30, had been shot in the upper body. He was pronounced dead at th e scene. At this time, detectives are working leads and information is limited. MARQUELLBURGE Suspect Arrested In 2009 Murder Case LAURENCE REDFIELD ... allegedly used a bat to fatally beat Clayton. On February 18, 2009, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies responded to a call of a fight and found Lewis Clayton, 40, beaten near an apartment complex. Deputies said Clayton had gotten into a confrontation with another man and it turned physical. Clayton reportedly battered the man who then left the scene. Deputies said the beating victim returned to the scene with 6 to 8 others. Clayton, who was only intending to fight one of the people who returned to the scene, was attacked by the group who began to batter him with their hands and feet. At that point, deputies said LEWIS CLAYTON ... beaten to death in 2009 incident. Laurence Redfield, 32, got out of a vehicle with a baseball bat. Redfield allegedly struck Clayton on the head and face with the bat three times, while he was being held down and battered by the group of peo ple. The group dispersed and a witness called deputies. When deputies arrived on the scene, they found Clayton injured, and he was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital and was later pronounced dead. Detectives recently developed information that led them to Redfield as the per son who used the bat. He has been charged with second degree murder with a deadly weapon. UNCLE SANDY ... If you want to walk 7, 9, 11, 15 a mile in my shoes 19, 22, 25, 29 first make sure they -fit 33, 35, 39, 41 then make sure you're in shape 44, 46, 50, 55 ''CALL RICKY'' ''ASK RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL iiiiijjiiii STATE & FEDERAL BONDS PRIVATE GPS Thanks To All Mv Clients & Friends For Your Conunued lovaltv & Trust SERVING MIAMI NEW YORK GEORGIA LOS ANGELES AND MANY CITIES IN FLORIDA John 3:16-For God so loved the world, that He that whosoever believeth in him should not FREDDIE WlLSON Bail Agent


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Harrison St, Tampa 33602 Greater Bethel Baptist Church 1207 N Jefferson St, Tampa 33602-3427 Greater Bethel Baptist Church 1207 N Jefferson St, Tampa, 33602-3427 Beulah Baptist Institutional Church 1006 W Cypress St, Tampa, 33606 Beulah Baptist Institutional Church 1006 W Cypress St, Tampa, 336061109 Mt Tabor MB Church 2606 W Grace Street, Tampa, 33607-5242 MtTabor MBChurch 2606 W Grace St, Tampa, Fellowship Masonic Lodge 265 306 N Uncoln Ave, Tampa, 33609-1438 USS Tampa Post ItS American Legion 3810 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, 33609-2720 Westshore Baptist Church 305 N Manhattan Ave, Tampa, 33609-2113 Westshore Baptist Church 305 N Manhattan Ave, Tampa, 33609-2113 Lorettaln&ranam Community Center 1615 N Hubert Ave Tampa, 33607-4110 Loretta Ingraham Community Center 1615 N Hubert Ave, Tampa, 33607-4110 Loretta Ingraham Community Center 1615 N Hubert Ave, Tampa, 33607-4110 West Tampa Convention Center 3005 W Columbus Dr; Tampa, 33607-2252 West Tampa Convention Center 3005 W Columbus Dr, Tampa, 33607-2252 Mary Bethune High Rise 1515 WUnlon St, Tampa, 33607-4429 Bob Gilberston Central City YMCA 110 E Palm Ave, Tampa 33602-2214 StJames House of Prayer Episcopal 2708 N Central Ave, Tampa 33602-1602 Bob Gilbertson Central City YMCA 110 E Palm Ave, Tampa 33602-2214 Smyrna Baptist Church 815 W Orient Street, Tampa, 33603-4520 Smyrna Baptist Church 815 W Orient Street, Tampa, 33603-4520 Rey Park Center 2301 N Howard Ave, Tampa, 33607 StJohn Presbyterian Church 4120 N MacDill Ave, Tampa, 33607-6717 Gateway Baptist Church 4414 N Grady Ave, Tampa, 33614-7024 Revealing Truth Ministries 5201 N Armenia Ave, Tampa, 33603-1407 Skyway Football Complex 3901 George Rd, Tampa, Fl 33634 Wellswood Baptist Church 5101 N Rome Ave, Tampa, 33603-1518 St Paul lutheran Church 5103 N Central Ave;Tampa, 33603-2215 Seminole Garden Club 5800 N Central Avenue Tampa, 33604 St Chads Episcopal Church 5609 N Albany Ave, Tampa, 33603-1005 American Legion Post 111 6918 N Florida Ave, Tampa, 33604-5560 North Rome Baptist Churdl 6815 N Rome Ave, Tampa, 33604-5839 Support, Inc 2526 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, 33614-4341 J L Young Apartments 8220 N Florida Ave, Tampa, 33604-3046 Support, Inc 2526 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, 33614-4341 Forest Hills Community Center 724 W 109th Ave, Tampa, 33612-6611 Support, Inc 2526 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, 33614-4341 Forest Hills Presbyterian Church 709 W Unebaugh Ave, Tampa, 336U-7912 St Francis Episcopal Church 6907 N Nebraska Ave, Tampa, 33604-4932 Bethanie French Seventh Day Advn Ch 10401 N Florida Ave, Tampa, 33612 Discovery Christian Church 10902 N Armenia Ave, Tampa, 336U-5002 Discovery Christian Church 10902 N Armenia Ave, Tampa, 33612 Forest Hills Community Center 724 W 109th Ave, Tampa, 33612-6611 Desoto Park 2617 Corrine Street, Tampa, 336056542 Desoto Park 2617 Corrine Street Tampa, 33605-6542 Allen Temple AME Church 2101 Lowe Street, Tampa, 33605-3517 New Mt Zion Baptist Church 2511 E Columbus Dr, Tampa, 33605 Grant Park 3724 N 54th St, Tampa, 33619-1424 CITY OF TAMPA 2011 ELECTION CYCLE POLLING PLACES I per IPoUing Place (Centros de Votaci6n) !Address (DirecciOn) I 308 Oak Park Center 5300 E 14th Ave, Tampa, 33619-2826 I 309 Jackson H e ights NFL YET Center 3310 E Lake Ave, Tampa, 33610-7876 I I 310 Oak Park Center 5300 E 14th Ave, Tampa, 33619-2826 I I 316 Wilbert Davi s Brnch B&G Clb Tpa Say 3515 Sarah St, Tampa, 336051200 I 317 Ragan Park 1200 E Lake Ave, Tampa, 33605 i i 318 Seminole Heights Baptist Church 801 E Hillsborough Ave, Tampa, 33604-7107 I 319 Seminole Heights Baptist Church 801 E Hillsborough Ave, Tampa, 33604-7107 I I 321 C. Blythe Andrews Jr. Public Library 2607 E Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, 33610-7770 i 325 Fair Qaks Recreation Center 5019 N 34th St, Tampa, 33610-6519 327 Epiphany of Our Lord Church 2510 E Hanna Avenue, Tampa, 33610 i 329 Cathedra! of Faith Church 6304 N 30th Street, Tampa, 33610-1419 i 330 Epiphany Of Our Lord Church 2510 E Hanna Ave, Tampa, 33610-1366 I 331 Hillsborough County Fire Rescue 2709 E Hanna Ave, Tampa, 33610-1433 333 Northeast United Methodist Church 6400 N 15th St, Tampa, 33610-3405 334 Northeast United Methodist Church 6400 N 15th St Tampa, 33610-3405 335 St Francis Episcopal Church 6907 N Nebraska Ave, Tampa, 33604-4932 336 Seminole Heights United Methodist 6111 N Central Ave, Tampa 33604-6709 337 George Bartholomew Recreation Ctr 8608 N 12th St, Tampa, 33604-1834 338 New life Pentecostal Church of God 1611 E Bougainvillea Ave, Tampa, 33612 7063 339 Temple Crest Community Center 8116 N 37th St, Tampa, 33604-3619 340 Firemens Benevolent Assoc. Hall 201 E Yukon St, Tampa, 33604-1441 341 Bible Based Fellowship Church 8718 N 46th St, Tampa, 3361Hi002 343 Temple Terrace United Methodist Ch 5030 E Busch Blvd Tampa, 33617 344 George Bartholomew Recreation Ctr 8608 N 12th St, Tampa, 33604-1834 345 Arst Church Of God 2202 E Busch Blvd, Tampa, 33612-8406 347 Copeland Park 11001 N 15th St, Tampa, 33612 352 USF MarshaH Center 4202 E Fowler Ave, Tampa, 33620 353 USF MarshaU Center 4202 E Fowler Ave, Tampa, 33620-9951 356 New Tampa Family YMCA 16221 Compton Drive, Tampa, 33647-1547 357 New Tampa Family YMCA 16221 Compton Drive, Tampa, 33647-1547 358 Compton Park Recreation Center 16101 Compton Drive, Tampa, 33647-1078 359** St Andrew Presbyterian Churdl 5340 Primrose Lake ar, Tampa, 336473589 i 361 New Tampa Regional Ubrary 10001 Cross Creek Blvd, Tampa, 33647-2581 363** Cypress Point Community Church 1Ss2D Morris Bridce Rd, Tampa, 33647 .. 365* St Andrew Presbyterian Church 5340 Primrose lake Clr, Tampa, 33647 367 West Meadows Community Club 8401 New Tampa Blvd, Tampa, 33647-3410 PLEASE NOTE THESE POLUNG PlACES ARE NEW FOR THIS ELECTION POR NOTE QUE ESTOS CENTROS DEVOTACJON SON NUEVOS PARA ESTA ELECCION ----------------------------------: -OFFICW. 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The City of Tampa Black History Committee hosted a youth summit at the NFL YET Center at the Jackson Heights Recreation Center. There was a full day of activities and a guest speaker. (Photos by BRUNSON) Dr. John Loblack was the guest speaker. Captain Tom Forward, Chief of the Tampa Fire Dept., offered advice to the young people. Kirsty Grant of Metro Wellness & Community Center. John and Rose Saxton attended the summit. "Know Thyself Kommuniversity" representatives Aleous Kujichagalia and Hassan Hillsborough Community College Collegiate 100 was represented by Patrick Sneed, Beverly Higdon, Walter Pickens and Evelyn Wilson. Youngsters in attendance included Nathaniel Garcia, Carlo Nafa and Dewaun Mays. The Potter's House Community Development was represented by Denise Jackson," Gloria Beck, and Jerome Smith. Celeste Gibbons-Poeples, City of Tampa Black History Committee, Sylvia Bell, Sharp and Richelle Fertig.


eatures Plans In The Works To Cut Unemplovment Benefits BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer Lawmakers in Tallahassee are proposing more changes for the state ofFlorida. The Republican-led House ap proved a bill Thursday that will drastically cut benefits to the unemployed. The plan calls for payments to drop from 26 weeks to as low as 12 weeks. Lawmakers say the move is an effort to cut taxes for businesses, but some say it couldn't come at a worse time Florida's unemploy ment rate stands at just below 12%. C Tampa resident Ozie ii: Johnson is among those affected. She says a change in benefits would mean disas ter. "I would lose everything. I have car payments, car in surance, rent. The people who are making these plans make over $100,000 a year. They're not considering the people who are making $250 a week." Robby Cunningham is spokesperson for the Agency for Workforce Innovation in Tallahassee. He says if the plan is approved by the Sen ate and signed into law by Governor Rick Scott, it would not become effective until August 1, 2011.-Mean ing, "No claimants who are currently receiving benefits would be affected in terms of receiving reduced weeks of benefits." Cunningham wants to reassure taxpayers that the agency's priority is quality service to the people and businesses served by [the] agency" and says his of fice will "continue to work closely with the Governor and legislative process to en sure the unemployment com pensation program continues to be administered in a man ner that is consistent and fair to all affected parties." Meanwhile, the Senate has put together its own pro posal that reportedly does not call for benefit cuts. Medical Billing & Coding This degree pmpn pn!lmlS Medical Assisting you for entry level in the (JJicldy mustJy of Mecical BIDJ aoo COdilg. The Melical AsSsting De!Pee Jli'O!JiiTI pepal!S you _klr both the office ard the exarination 10001, irmasiJg you in the world of lelthcae. 608 East Bloomingdale Avenue Brandon, FL 33511 www.southerntech.edu Residents Complain Of Loud Music From Nearbv Lounge BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The Carver City /Lincoln Gardens community is a col lection of family homes and some retirees. The West Tampa community has seen its share of invasive develop ment projects through the years, many infringing di rectly into their community. Dr. Maurice Harvey, Carver City /Lincoln Gardens Neighborhood Association President, said now they have another problem to deal with. Dr. Harvey wants to protest the efforts of area clubs to extend their hours to 3 a.m. instead of 2 a.m. ''I'm definitely not in favor of this, and I believe the City Council is revamping their rules to allow the clubs to stay open later." Causing problems with loud music and voices is the Green Iguana Lounge, lo cated close to the Lincoln Gardens community. "Residents have been complaining about the noise coming from the club for a long time," said Dr. Harvey. "I've called at least three times myself, and nothing has changed. "I haven't approached anyone at the club about the disturbance and I think it's like Ybor City West over here. DR. MAURICE HARVEY They don't have any respect for the community, and at 2 a. m., no one wants to be awakened from their sleep because of loud music and people, not to mention the traffic." Dr. Harvey said most f.Y.J residents feel nothing will happen, because nothing happened when they com plained about Joe Redner's business. "Our business with Redner is over for now, but say the complaints we brought before the City Council have come true. The traffic has been awful, and just the other night, there were more than 500 people at his brewery." Dr. Harvey said he plans un talking with City Council woman, Yvonne Capi:il about the problem. "I don't think the resi dents of Carver City and Lin coln Gardens would come before City Council again about a problem. They still feel betrayed from the last time, and have no confidence iri the Council, with the ex ception of a few members." St. Peter Claver School Organizational Meeting St. Peter Claver Catholic School is planning an orga nizational meeting of all graduates and former atten dees to establish an alumni association. The meeting will take place on Saturday, March 19, 2011, 12 noon at the school, 1401 Governor St. For more information, please call (813) 224-0865. GIBBS &PARNELL, PA. ATTORNEYS AT LAW NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 722 E. FLETCliFR AVlTA1\ \PA. Fl 33(11 2 WWW.G ll313SAN D PARN E L L.CO l\1 The llirin g /fA Is AnlmJX!rlalll Desicion That Should Nm B e Bused S

Birthda Greetin JJ KAMARASHLEY Happy 3rd Birthday MY Terrible Two s: Kamar loves to say, "I gotta go to work. But, he will play now and work later. Kamar turns 3 years old on March 18th and will celebrate his spe cial day March 19th with family and friends Happy birthday, Kamar! We love you! Meet The Robinsons Happy birthday to you Doodiemart. Shine 'til you can t shine no more! Celebrating with family and friends this Saturday at Chuck E. Cheese in Brandon. Love, mommy, daddy and woe, "Gen Gen!" DUBUG And GEN GEN JJ (') .:I: r 0 :!! c fJ) m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z ., c: m r c;; DANIKIA, JOYCE, JENNIE And ROSS :I: Even when your hugs and things are gone. I'll be by your LOVERS And FRIENDS side still holding on. Arid even when the jailhouse stops visits m c Ba, it's been 11 whole years and despite our trials and tribu-m lations and heartaches God has continued to bless our relation-< m and I can't feel your kisses, I'll still be waiting. Your 1st lady still riding, still seeing eye-to-eye ... happy birthday, Bae. Love. (My) Nuggie, XOXO, Woinan and Wife. MS. TRECE, a.k.a., MS. BLONDIE Happy Birthdav, Ms. Blondie Happy birthday to the one and only, Ms. Trece, who will be turning the big 30 on March 18. She will be celebrating her birthday in the M.I.A. with family and friends JJ So, on your speda:I day the kids and I wish you a happy < birthday and many more. Love, Danikia, Joyce and your wife. m fJ) MS. TRECE, a.k.a., MS.BLONDIE c #1Mom


E All About You! A Special Angel From Heaven Happv Birthdav, Corev () a: <( :;: >-" <( 0 a: LL MRS. ZEFFIE MARSHALL God is so good that He made you just for us. Thank you for everything and we love you. You are #ONE! Happy birthday. From, your son, Bigg Robb. ROSS And JENNIE Happy birthday to my hubby, Ross. What God put together, no man or woman can separate. I fell in love with you from the day we met. Wishing you the best birthday. Love always, wifey, Jennie. H8PPV15th Binhdav JACQUELINE JONES And TATUM Happy 75th birthday, Big Momma! Love, your great grand son, "Tatum-Man." JASON And EBONY It's been 9 years and what more can I ask for? I have that special some one to share my life and fam ily with. So, sharing this day with my special someone means so much more Wishing a happy birthday to the hubby and I, through it all we still remain. Love you, Jay From your Plant City family. Mom, Debra; grandparents, Jackie and Madelyn Anderson; sons, Kahreem and Kohray; Auntie Lynil and family; and brother, Walter. We love you and will see you in June. COREY WOODARD FYI Student Financial Aid, Tax Help Workshops Set On Saturday, March 19, U. S. Representative Kathy Castor will host a student financial aid and tax help workshop. The Tampa event will take place at the Hillsborough Coinmunity College, Dale Mabry Campus, 4001 W. Tampa Bay Blvd., from 10 a.m. until The event planned for St. Petersburg will take place at the Enoch Davis Center, 111118th Avenue, South, from 10 a.m. until noon. Students in attendance will get one-on-one help from student financial and professionals. They can also complete the free ap plication for the Federal StudentAid (FAFSA) at the workshop. In addition to obtaining help with obtaining help with finan cial assistance, parents can obtain assistance with filing their taxes. Those in need of assistance should bring their 2010 IRS 1040 tax returns and W-2 statements. They should also bring their social security number; records for untaxed income for 2010, such as Social Security, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), welfare, or veterans' benefits. _.,. They should also provide bank statements, driver's license or alien registration card; any 2010 business or investment mort gage information; business farm, stock, bond or other invest ment records. The tax services are provided free to qualified families. WE SPECIAUZE IN CELEBRnY S1Yl.E HAIR AT .+. AFFORDA.BLE PRICES! .+. 813-644-6927-


St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church celebrated Heart Day during February (Photos by Julia Jackson) ... ,90 AIRMAN ANDREW BUSH Air Force Reserve Airman Andrew W. Bush recently completed all requirements and graduated from basic mil itary training The ceremon y was held at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio Texas. Airman Bush is the son of Shirley Bush, of Tampa, and a 2000 graduate of King High School. Heart surgeon, Dr. David Sheffield, was the guest speaker for Heart Day at St. James. He is shown with the pastor, Rev. Ernestein Flemister. Charles Mizer, Earl Kirk and Peter King enjoy refreshments after the service. 365 Davs A Year 01 Blac SPONSOREDBY: DR. JULIA BARN Young-Middle Magnet School 6:00P.M Gymnasium FREE FOOD! FREE EVENT!!!!! Bles'd Productions will present .RAND FINAlE And Tribute to Dr. Barnes (43 years of service as an educator) tNhen Wlrld's Cllllde! Dr. Phyllis Tucker-Wicks For more information call: (813) 258-9275 ... join us on facebook@ Dr. Phyllis Tucker facebook fanpage or www.blesdproductions.com 0 ... ... m U1 I OJ


(0 ,... The Young Will lead Them This week's lesson (1 Timothy 4:6-16) gives in sight to the qualities Paul continues to reveal to Timothy about good leadership. Paul desires for young Timothy to grow and mature in the things of God and make sure that he teaches what is good right and pleasing to God The people to whom Tim othy is called to minister have been led astray by false teachings. Paul admonishes Timothy to help them by re minding them of the words of God that have already c been spoken. a: A good leader will teach LL and remind the people of God of the word of God. As < leaders, the people must be fed the word of God and the C word of God only. Paul lets en w Timothy know that teaching the word of God to the peo> ple will classify him as a good ffi leader worthy of the calling. > He further encourages him to resist the desire to argue or dispute godless con cepts and old wives' tales (vs. 7). Too often in many of today s churches the peo ple are not guided by what the word says, but by an old saying from their grand mother. It is okay to follow the old wives' tales, as long as the tale can be proven and sup ported by scripture A good leader, according to Paul, will not waste time and en ergy disputing over such fa bles. Good leaders will stand on the word of God and be lieve that in the end the word of God will stand. In verses 8 and 9, Paul references bodily exercise and godliness. There are some who put more empha sis on bodily health and exer cise. Paul says that bodily exercise helps a little (vs. Ba). We must take care of our bodie s and practic e h e alth y living. This is only a small part of what we must do. The greatest effort must be given to godly living. Godliness is good for today, tomorrow, and eternity. There are some who argue more about food than righteousness. What good is a healthy body on its way to Hell"? On a more personal note, Paul encourages the young preacher not to allow anyone to think less of him because he is young (vs. 12a). There are some people in the church who are well ad vanced in age who will make young preachers or leaders feel inadequate because of their youthfulness. Paul says to the young leaders, don't allow them to do so. If you are young and in leadership, don't allow those who are older make you feel that you are worth less and do not have any thing to contribute. A church with no young leadership is a church soon to hit a dead end. The word of God is the word of God re gardless of the age of the one who preaches A young dea con who has sins is no worse than an old one who does the same thing. To those y oung people who God is calling to provide leadership in the church and body of Christ, Paul says do not allow anyone to de spise you. He says be exam ples to the believers through word, conversation, charity, spirit, faith, and purity (vs. 12b). God has called and cho sen you leadership,you must walk worthy of the calling. If there are no examples of how a leader must behave then you be the e x ampl e If you are hearing that the deacons, elders or stewards are not doing what is right, then you become one and be an exam ple. You are called to serve God by serving humanity. Your church experience is not limited to the church you grew up in, but it is as open as the Kingdom you are called to glorify. 0 w J: en :::i m ::::: c. z i= w ..J ..J ::::: m ..J w z i= z w .en < c a: 0 ..J LL m I CD w (!) BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." St Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S Sherrill Street Port Tampa; Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263 Rev. Darryl M. Matthews PastorfTeacher "Building On A Firm Foundation'' Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship -10".55 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 P.M Transportation Services Available surrounds who trusts in the LORD. Psalm 32:10 NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. COlumbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS Pastor Early Morning Worship 7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A.M, Morning Worship -10:55 A.M. Wed. Family Night 7 P : M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Ministry FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7 : 50 a m. Sunday School 9 :45a. m Morning Worship 10 : 50 a m TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6 : 30 p.m. Life Enrichment University Visit our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@fbcch.org Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW -6:00 P.M. Evening Worship 7:00P. M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P.M


"TT Local :o Familv And Friends oav At St. Manhew M. B. Church Ms. Bernell Brown was cha i rlad y for the annual Family and Friends Da y at St Matthew M. B Church Rev. W. D. Sims i s the p as tor. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Mikki Chambers and at the Family and Friends Ruby Williams. Day service. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P .O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T. U ) 6 PM-Lord' s Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRKlAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org Allen Temple AME Church i Hosts Ash Wednesdav Service Wednesda y March 9th, wa s Ash Wednesday, the beginning of L e nt 40 da y s before Easter. St. Paul / Gre g g Temple AME Chur c h Pre s iding Elder, Rev. Henry Green, Jr., pastor worshipped := with Allen Temple AME Church, Rev. Michael K. Bouie, pastor for the Ash Wednesday serv ice. The Voices of Alle n under the lead e rship of James Robbins, Jr., rend e red song se l e ction s The mess a ge, deliv e red b y Rev. Bouie, was t a ken from Job 30:16-19, The Dust and Ashes A ttitude. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) -n r 0 JJ c l> CJ) m z :::! z m r m c: r r Krystal Sesler and Andre Sesler were at m the Ash Wednesday service. :::! S Barnes and Joan Dawson. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a m Even ing Worship -5 p m Prayer Meet ing T uesday 7 :30 p .m. V i s i tors Are Welcome! "Virtuous Women Embracing God's Love" 1'10\l'rl' .. )1 10 2011 Women's Conferente March 18-19-2011 Rrst Baptist Church of Progress Village (813) 677-1948 Lauren Dungy, Vanessa Hall & Judy Reamer Onl i ne Registration Fee: $85; T Shirt $10 Deadl i ne for registering, March 1, 2011 Regis ter at: www.fbcopv.com HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST -CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45 A. M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-.1 0 A .M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00 P.M. New Testament M. a. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 13) 986-3971 13) 610-1252 Pastor Weekly Services : Sunday Schoo l 9:30A.M. Sun. Morn i ng Worsh i p 11 A.M Wed. Nigh t: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. N ight: Pr_ayer Serv i ce And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers" t Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4 :13 ST. MA1111EW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 :45 A. M Sunday School 9 :30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a m Prayer Servi ce Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed 7 : 30 8 : 30 p m Praise & Worsh i p Serv i ce Wed. 8 : 30 -9 p m Children & Youth B i ble Study Wednesday 7 8 :30 p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10a. m Youth Bi ble Inst i tute 12 4 p m Teen N i ght Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p m REV., W. D SIMS, Pastor z "tJ c: m r c;; :I: m c m < m JJ < -1 c: m CJ) c l> z c "TT JJ c


..... ::I: u a: <( :2 c a: u.. Birthdays Happy birthday: Kara of Seattle, Washington, Debra Trotman, Johnnye Trotman, Estella Brown, Ethel Budden, Fred Porter, Henry Randolph, Jacquelyn Brown, Jamal Oldfield, James Sr., Janice Watson, Jasmine Jordan, Jasmine Smart, Javier Vazquez, Jessica Aitderson, Johniqua Jackson, Joshua Christian, Justin Stewart, Kal Hooks, Norma J. Yarbrough, Kiara Hires, Landford Williams, Latasha Swanks, La'Voynne Culbreath, Lennon Renard Sowell, Lolieta Thomas, Swanks, Connelly, Carter, E. Green, F. Jones, Nettie Jones, 0 Nicole Troupe. a: u.. c z <( c tn w :: 1-w > w c w ::I: tn :::i m :: c.. z j::: w ...J ...J :: m ...J w z j::: z w tn a: 0 ...J u.. m I 00 w CJ !: Sick And Shut-Ins Let us not forget the sick UNITY M.B. CHURCH s.qnc:lay:School. 9 :30 A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED and shut-ins: Sadie Floyde, Phyllis Akes, Arlean Evans, Green, Beatrice Rodriguez, Homer Hemmingway, Eloise Leeks, Geneva Lucas, Annette Killins, Chester "Gay Papa" Beryl Wilson, Benson, Linda Lee Parker and Henry Sanders. Sympathy Our sympathy is extended to the entire Sheffield family in the passing of their loved one, Clara C. Sheffield, who was funeral ized Saturday, March 5, 2011, at St. James AME Church, Rev. B. Price, pastor, officiated. She will be greatly missed by family, friends and neighbors. Sympathy is also sent to the following families in the pass ing of their loved ones. The Davis family in the passing of Anthony Davis; the Hill family in the passing of NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 u""nl:l.ii'h Pastor Wee. kly Activities Sunday Church School 9 : 30A M Morriirig Worsll i p 10:45 A M Bible Class 4 : 30P M Evenirig Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 P Ruth Hill. ribbon-cutting ceremon y The K ee p lifting up the famil y of 120 acres include four baseTerrence T. Nichols. ball diamonds, two football Sr. though he passed awa y 10 fields and several batting years ago, the famil y is still cages. It looks awesome! African American students are not applying for scholar ships. No one is going to knock on our doors and ask if we can use a scholarship. If you are a college student or getting ready to become one, take initiative, there is no need for money to be returned to donating companies be cause we fail to apply for it. hurting from their emptiness oflosing him Civic Council A Progress Village Civic Council meeting will be held Monday, March 21stat 7 p m. at the Civic Council Office on Flower Avenue. The installa tion of officers will be held at the meeting. Congratulations First Baptist Church of Progress Village had a beauti ful ribbon-cutting ceremony, dedication and celebration as they opened their doors of the new church on Sunday, March 6, 2011, at 5 p. m. All praises and glory goes to the Heav enly Father for bringing about this beautiful vision. Dr. Samuel Senior Teacher Pastor and congregation thank you for this beautiful building in our neighborhood. The new church address is 8722 Progress Blvd., Tampa, 33619. It is a sight to behold! The New Larry Sanders Progress Village Sports Com-GRACE MARY MISSIONARY 8APnST CHURCH 3901 N ; 37th St .. Morning Worship -8 A.M. Sunday School-9 : 30A.M. Morning Worship -10:50 A M Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED I am the resurredimer Of 34th S.t & l!: o IID/'\1{8 ; Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (8.13) Fax< 242 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Ntwkirkl Pas1or WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8 :00 A M Spiritual 9:45A.M. Sunday SchOOl./ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And '3rd Sundays) 12;{)() Noon Intercessory Prayer wJBibiErSfiJQy IWaclnesdav: 5:30 P 'M. J=reeTutorial. 6:45 P; M & aufu Mid rveetrt>elvtGa MiSSiOn statement: : ... ... m.tm. Mlni$\JY: NOAH GoMMLiNITV ir.-&1 ..


Local High School Student Publishes Her First Novel BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor When talking to Camry Moore about her first novel, one would think she is far older than her 15 years. She is one of those rare teenagers whose vivid imagine belies her years. With the help of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Cherrie) Moore, Camry recently published book. Not only is it her first publication, it is her first full-length novel as well. The novel, entitled "The Sun In Her Eyes," explores the emotions of teenage love. It talks about a young girl who is unceremoniously dumped by her boyfriend. The young woman experiences all of the emotions of disappointment and loss of trust. "She is left broken and lost," the young artist said. Then along comes another young man who has experi enced pain, yet refuses to allow it to consume his life. "It's funny that I would write about something like this being inexperienced with heartbreak and love in general But, because of the gift, (which I solely credit God for), I was able to talk about it as if I was CAMRYMOORE ... Author of "The Sun In Her Eyes" feeling every single thing that the narrator felt "Because I'm so young, people think I couldn't write about some things, but it takes imagination That's all it takes," Camry said. "The Sun In Her Eyes," consists of 18 chapters and 299 pages. Camry said it took her about 2112 years to complete the novel that started out as a short story. "Our teachers tell us to read. But kids who don't read want something they can relate to when they do read. This book is perfect for those who are not used to reading very sundav Mornings :00 A.M. :30 A.M. ITMP Radio /1150AM Featuring Local Recording Artists long books," she said. Camry began writing at nine. She said some of her orig inal creations were so realistic that her teachers and peers be came concerned. She also uses writing as an escape from reality. "In order to make sure that I had some where to go in my mind when I just needed to get away, even when I couldn't get to a library, I created my own world." Camry said she was en couraged to read and write about happier things in life. A Tampa native, Camry is the youngest of five children. An honor student she credits her mother as her inspiration. "My mother pushes me to do most of the things I do. She has been a huge part of my success so far and she deserves credit." Camry said her mother used to write and her older brother who resides in New Jersey still writes poetry. In addition to writing, Camry also loves photography and reading. After graduating from Hillsborough High School, the 10th grade honor student plans to attend college in New York. She attends church services at the Pentecostal Church of God. Children's aoard Announces Workshops The Children's Board of Hillsborough County will be accepting applications for Technical Assistance and Match Funds effective April 1, 2011. These funds are available to any non-profit service providers, community-based organizations and governmen tal entities serving children ,and families in Hillsborough County. Funding workshops will be held to explain the application process at three locations. On Thursday, April 14th from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the Children's Board Boardroom, 1002 East Palm Avenue. On Wednesday, April 2oth from 9 a. m. untilu a. m. at the Children's Board Boardroom, 1002 East Palm Avenue, and from 10 a.m. until noon at the Town 'N Country Family Support and Resource Center, 7520 West Waters Avenue, Suite 8 (corner of Waters and Hanley Road). Contact Irene Hills at (813) 204-1758, i hill @chil drensboard. org, or Bobbi Davis at (813) 204-1752, bob bid @ childrensboard.org. FIRST JOHN M.B. CHURCH 3412 EAST 7TH AVE. TAMPA, FL 33605 Pastor's ....... Wednesday, March 16th @ 7 p. m. PASTOR ANTONIO HAWKINS Of Exciting Faith Alive Thursday, March 17th@ 7 p.m. PASTOR ALFONSO BROUGHTON Of Genesis Worship Center Friday, March 18th 0 7 p. m. Musical Night Along With THOMPSON Mtl>rr1 in m z :::! NEW LIFE T ABERN .a. .................. Worship Center Dedication Fri 3.18 Dedication Service Sat 3.19 Ministry Fair b Picnic Free Sun 3.20 Friends b FimJIIy fl\ NEWLIFE ') b, "'"&: .Nw .Nw .Nw PuhpWJ. Nia Inspirations Presents .... A FAMILY EMPOWERMENT MUSICAL "Old School & New School" Friday, April 8, 2011 Featuring Tampa's own nationally recognized rilcon:llng artist Cepeda Mckay & No Limits The Gospel Waniors Dr. Bevelyn Jones The MTI Praise Team & Host, Comedian Steffon Vann Bring you entire family -from generation to generation, There's something for everybody! Friday, April 8th @8pm PROMPTLY-Doors open at 7:30 @ 34th Street CIJurch of God 3000 34th Street. Tampa, FL 33605 Entrance Fee ONLY $5 Donation at Door Sponsored by Nia Inspirations www.niainspiratlons.com For the MTIFOC EMPOWERMENT CONFERENCE April 5th -10111 visit www.drdavidlones.net m r m c: r r !!I Z "'tJ c: m r u; :I: m c m < m :tl < -4 c: m en c )> z c '"T1 c ;g C> m

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Local c Residents Share Opinion On Teacher Tenure legislation :!: )> BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In upcoming weeks, the Legislators could pass some type of bill that will affect the tenure of classroom teachers, require them to sign yearly contracts, and base their pay on student performance. Some Sentinel Readers shared their opinion on the question, "Do you feel this is fair legislation?" Howard Harris said, "Unfortunately, the Florida Legislators seems hell bent on making our teachers and HOWARD teacher upions HARRIS scapegoats for the ills of our schools when they should be blaming themselves." "Florida gets what it pays for The Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy gives Florida an "F" for student funding; Florida ranks 15th from the bottom of the so states in funding per child; and Florida ranks sth from the bottom of the so states in high school graduation rates. The Center gives Florida a "D," for student achievement and an for college readiness. ''Yet, despite these statistics, Gov. (Rick) Scott wants to cut education funding by 10% and further stress our teachers into wondering each and every year if they will have a contract for a job come September. Dumb! Dumb! Stupid! Stupid!" Ms. Tina Wright said, "Why the RUSH to pass a bill that is producing so much controversy? The TINA L e g i s 1 at o r s WRIGHT should allow input from all of the affected parties and, then create a suitable bill." Dr. Samuel Wright, Sr., said, "Our schools are comprised of capable principals and lead teachers who are trained to DR. evaluate teach-SAMUEL ers in our WRIGHT schools. Why is it that the Florida Legislature and everyone else in this country are experts on teacher education issues? We must empower educators now and forever to determine their own destiny; it is obvious that every other profession does it, why not education? I strongly disagree with this legislation as do most educators." Chief Tom Forward said, "The concept of classroom teacher tenure, while on the surface may appear to be a notable __ ___. concern. It is impractical to invoke legislaCHIEF TOM FORWARD ture on such a serious matter that has such tremendous impact on our community, state, and nation's most valuable resource, the education of our children and our nation's future. This is not the time to employ such rash or "knee jerk" rationale to such an important initiative." Danny Green said, "We cannot place the students' success solely on the teachers. The Merit Pay Increase plan will not be fair to DANNY GREEN teachers who have students that do not Learn How To Earn An Extraordinary Income! Start your own business, earn residual income and position yourself for the explosive growth in the VoiP Industry! Be Your Own Boss! Multiple Streams Of Income Work Where & You Want No Inventory Or Quotas Willable Income Start Dreaming Again!!! Contact The Independent Representative Usted Below: Willie Bolden 31 0-729-9206 bishopbolden@earthlink.net want an education, or who have difficulties in school." "Is it fair for the teachers not to receive merit increas es based on not being able to teach these children, because they simply don't want or care to learn? Absolutely not! I believe that every child is capable (") of learning, but, some have ::I: better advantages in home <;; environments, which N increase their capabilities for learning." r-0 CJ) m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r rm ::! z ""C c: OJ c CJ) ::I: m c m < m -f c: m CJ) c )> z c :!! c ., )>, G) m ...... ...... I OJ


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Similarly, the right to counsel applies if the defendant is charged with a misdemeanor and a sen tence of incarceration is actu ally imposed on the defendant. Generally, the right to counsel attaches at critical stages of a criminal prosecu tion after the initiation of ad versarial judicial proceedings against the defendant A criminal defendant is guaranteed not only to the assistance of counsel but also to the effective assis tance of counsel by the Sixth Amendment. In the landmark case of Strickland v. Washing-: ton, 466 U.S. 668, 104 S. Ct. 2052, So L.Ed. 2d 674 (1984), the United States Supreme Court established a two-prong test to assess inef fective assistance of counsel claims. To obtain relief under the Strickland test, the defendant must first demonstrate that his counsel's performance was deficient which requires the defendant to demonstrate that counsel made errors so serious that counsel was not functioning as the "counsel" guaranteed to the defendant by the Sixth Amendment. Second, the defendant must show tliat his counsel's deficient performance preju diced his defense. If a defen dant fails to satisfy one of the Strickland prongs, the court need not examine the defen dant's case further. Addition ally, when deciding whether counsel's performance was ineffective under Strickland; the court considers the total ity of the circumstance s In evaluating the prejudice prong of the Strickland analysis, courts rarely pre sume prejudice Therefore, in the vast majority of cases prejudiced will not be pre sumed and instead must be shown If prejudice is not presumed, the defendant must demonstrate that coun sel's errors were so prejudi cial that they deprived the defendant of a fair trial This burden generally must be met by a showing that the outcome of the pro ceeding wo\lld have been dif ferent but for counsel's unprofessional errors. In the context of pleading guilty to a crime ; a defendant can satisfy the prejudice prong of the Strickland test by demonstrating that but for counsel s deficient perform. ance, a reasonable probabil ity exists that the defendant would not have pleaded guilty and instead would have insisted on going to trial. 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k 1 -::=-C. <( Johnson. Shaw-Nuf I I .. Holidav Gathering Held C Polk City gentleman fE Clifford Byrd, who celec LL c z <( c en w ;:::) 1-ft w > w c w ::I: en ::J III ;:::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J ;:::) III I ...J w z i= z w en i3 a: 0 ...J LL Partner Management Meeting Held On February 24th, Polk Works hosted its quarterly partners meeting. Representatives of various Polk County human services agencies were in attendance: Alicia Frometa, Florida Kid Care; LaSheila Nelson, Loretta Cameron, West Area Adult School; Linda Willis, Lakeland Housing Authority; Jennifer Robinson, Lakeland Housing Authority; Nilda Blanco, Polk Works Young Leaders; and Shela Stewart, Polk Works Others include: Colleen Shedd, Nilda Soto, Farmworkers Program; Rick Rhodes, Teresa Murvin, Carlos Ortiz, Rob Evans, Ameshia Jackson, and Nancy Vaughan, Alliance for Independence; Traci Hall, Arlalia Wesley, Polk Works Development Board; Levonia Wynn, West Bartow Front Porch, and Jasmyne Huewitt, Lakeland Housing Authority. Updates were also given on the agency's ACCESS Strengthening Workforce in Florida, Shela StewartLucas; Farmworkers, Young Leaders, West Bartow Front Porch, Polk County Drug Court, Florida Technical College, TANF, Traci Hall, Polk Works Roundtables, Teresa Murvin, Polk County School Board, Florida Kid Care and Alliance for Independence. The next meeting will be held on May 19, 2011, 9 a.m. at the Polk Works One-Stop, 500 E. Lake Howard Drive in Winter Haven. For further information contact Trad Aguis at (863) 508-1100 Ext. 3334 Black History Celebration Held On Sunday, February 27th, New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Lakeland, Reverend Kendrix J. Gardner, Senior Pastor, celebrated Black History Month with a program that recognized the numerous accomplishments of local and_ national African American. Willie Horton of the Detroit Tigers Baseball Club, Inc., was the guest speaker. The honoree was Mr. James T. McCrery II, a Lakeland civil rights warrior and activist. Katressa Gardner served as the Mistress of Ceremony. Pu_blic Invited To Open House The Lakeland Police Department will host an Open House on Saturday, March 19, 2011. The festivi ties will begin at 10 a.m. at Lakeland Police Department, 219 N. Massachusetts Avenue in Lakeland. CondoJences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk extends condolences to Pastor Shelton and Katrena Faison, family and friends in the passing of your father, the late Reverend Stanley Carter. May the Lord continue to comfort and strengthen each of you. Prayer Request Let us remember fami lies who have suffered loss as a result of the recent tsunami. Letus pray for Japan. Happy Birthday Shaw-Nuf Talk extends a special "Happy Birthday" greeting to young St. Petersburg Gentleman Evan Samuels, who will celebrate his 14th birthday on March 25th. Evan is the son of former Lakeland lady Karen brated another year of life on March 13th Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goes to Reverend Gregory Hawthorne, pastor, and the members of New Life Deliverance Church in Winter Haven. On March 1st, the electric power was shut-off due to the failure of the landlord to keep the TECO electric bill current at Sunset Coves, a local mobile home park. The electric service is inclusive with the weekly rent paid by each resident. Beginning on March 2nd, Pastor Hawthorne and volunteer members have been providing hot meals to the residents effected by this unfortunate matter. The meals, which are prepared every morning, include chicken, pork chops, fried fish, barbecued ribs served with sides, desserts, cold water and drinks. The volunteers deliver the meals by way of the church van. The first day the church served 175 meals. The numbers continue to decline as residents find other housing. Other agencies that have assisted with this effort are the Agricultural and Labor Program, Inc. (ALPI), the Street Angels and Lakeland' s Breaking the Chains. We praise God for you, Pastor Hawthorne and those who are feeding the poor and needy. Now that's servanthood. Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share your exciting news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, church or commu-. nity events, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Shaw-NufTalk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437 : I Class Of 1911 Meeting Scheduled I III The Rochelle/ Kathleen/ Lakeland Minority Class of 1971, Inc. "Class of Distinction" will host c0 its monthly meeting and social event on Saturday, March 19, 2011, beginning _at 5 p.m .,The host-site will be the Lake Ridge Community Center, 325 West Second Street in Lakeland. A special drawing will be held at 6 p.m. Cf Theodis Preston is the President, and George Edwards Jr., is the Vice President. Edward (Ed) Jennings, Jr., HUD Regional Administrator and his wife recently hosted a quaint holiday gathering in Atlanta, Georgia. The guests list included a few family members, friends and HUD personnel. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf). Ed Jennings, Jr., and his wife, Heidi. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Karen Jackson) Sims, (right), of Tampa, with Ed and Heidi Jennings. Amos and Yvette Landers, of Valrico, attended the Jennings' Christni.as gathering in Atlanta, GA. These guests enjoyed the evening with The Jennings.


II NOTICE OF MEETING AUDIT COMMITTEE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY A meeting of the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority Audit Committee has been scheduled for Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. in the lobby A conference room located on the 2nd floor of the Service Building at Tampa International Airport to evaluate proposals received in response to a Request for Proposals for Financial Audit Services and rank and recomm!3nd to the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority Board the most highly qualified firms to conduct the Authority's annual financial audit. PLEASE NOTE: Any person who desires to appeal any decisions made at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings and for that purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. Additionally Florida law requires public agencies to p.rovide accessibility to a public meeting upon receipt of a written request by a person with a physical disability at least 48 hours prior to the meeting Any person requiring accommodations to attend or participate in a meeting of the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority should contact the office of Joseph W. Lopano, Executive Director at Post Office Box 22287, Tampa, FL, 33622 or via facsimile at (813)875-6670 If you have any questions, please call Connie Mundzak at 8 13-801-6040. REQUEST FOR INFORMATION 2012 Older Americans Act Program The West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging Inc. (WCFAAA) is seeking Letters of Interest and Statements of Qualification from qualified agencies and organizations interested in providing an array of supportive nutrition and caregiver services under the Older Americans Act (OAA) to older persons residing in the planning and service area known as PSA 6 PSA 6 encompasses Hillsborough Polk, Manatee, Highlands and' Hardee Counties Interested agencies are required to have the capability of providing an a 'rray of services throughout the entire county of interest effective January 1 2012 through De.cember 31, 2012. The "Request tor Letters of Interest and Statements of Qualification" (RFI) process will provide WCFAAA with information concerning the availability of qualified contractors for OAA services in the five county planning and service area. The information received from qualified contractors will be used to determine it a full Request tor Proposal (RFP) is necessary (due to interest from two or .more qualified service contractors tor the same services in the same county) or it a sole source prdcurement process will be used. The services to be provided include: Adult Day Care, Caregiver Support Services, Congregate Meals, Grandparent Support Services, Hep.lth Support, Homemaker Home Delivered Meals, Housing Improvement, Legal Assistance, Nutrition Counseling (Individual), Nutrition Education, Outreach, Respite (In-Home and Facility Based) and Transportation. Caregiver Support Grandparent Support Services, Housing Improvement and Legal Assistance may be bid as part of the array of services or as individual services in each county. Details for the RFI may be obtained beginning Friday, March 18, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. (EDT) at the office of the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging Inc or by accessing the Resources link on the agency's web site (www agingtlorida.com) Responses to this Request tor Letters of Interest and Statements of Qualification are due at the office of the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc., located at 5905 Breckenridge Parkway, Suite F, Tampa, Florida 33610-4239, by 3:00 p .m. (EDT) on April 1, 2011. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR BIDS Hillsborough Community College is accepting sealed bids for the following : RFB # 2571-11 Lawn Care Services Brandon Campus Due Date: 4/20/2011 before 1 : 00 p .m. For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.hccfl.edu / dao / admin-and finance / dep a rtments / purchasing / co mpetit ive-so licitations / current so licitations aspx NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR BIDS Hillsborough Community College is accepting sealed bids for the following: RFB # 2574-11 Lawn Care Services Plant City Campus Due Date : 4/20/2011 before 1 :00 p.m. For more information please visit our website at: http :// www hcctl .edu / dao / admin-and finance / departments / purchasing / competitive-solicitations / current solicitations aspx NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR BIDS Hillsborough Community College is accepting sealed bids for the following: RFB # 2572-11 Lawn Care Services Dale Mabry Campus Due Date : 4/20 /2011 before 1 : 00 p.m For more information, please visit our webs i te at: http :// www hccfl .edu/dao/a dmin-and fin a nce / departments / purchasing / competitive-solicitations/current solicitations.aspx NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR BIDS Hillsborough Community College is accepting sealed bids for the following: RFB # 2575-11 Lawn Care Services SouthShore Campus Due Date: 4/20/2011 before 1:00 p .m. 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BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In less than two weeks Pam Iorio will walk b a ck to her life a s a private citizen. Her twoterm t enure as Ma y or for the C it y of Tampa ends on March 31st. On that day she will leave with a smile, know ing that she has had a major impact on the city and in man y wa y s, left it better than she found it. When asked w h a t she consid ers her gre a test accomplish ment, she points to the crime rate. "It is a t remendous drop of 61.5% over an 8-year period. That makes me feel very good. I'm very proud of the police department. She also t a kes in the fact that she was able to sol v e the problems ofN. 40th Street "The repairs for that street were 40 years overdu e But we set for to do something about it." The project costs $103 million and it involved a lot of communication with property owners along the corridor to obtain property rights Instead of viewing the problem as insurmountable, she decided the city deserved it and the citizens needed to know that someone would listen to their concerns "This demonstrates that we tried very hard to make investments all over the city. It was a hard project. But when you tackle the hard stuff you will find that the rewards are greater. One of the last things she will do in her official capacity as mayor is to cut the ribbon at the com pletion final stretch of the She counts among other achieve ments is the fact that she was able to make improvements in all neighbor hoods throughout the city. Improvements have been taken place in parks, streets and in many neighborhoods that feel to neglect o ver the years. Mayor Iorio takes pride in the things her team has been able to ac complish in East Tampa. Cyrus Greene P ark was renovated work completed along the N. 22nd Street corridor both Spring Hill and Sulphur Sprin g s rec e i ve d recreation c e n ters and a new, community-oriented District 3 Police Station came about during her administration. When asked if there was some thing she would handle differently, she points to the issue of the mu seum. Although she is pleased with the outcome, had she the opportu nity she would approach arriving there differently. Mayor Iorio counted the high notes, but she also reflected on the low notes She remembers the loss of four police officers, Detective Juan Surreno, in February 2006; Cpl. Michael Roberts, in August 2009; and in June 2010 Officer Jeff Kocab and Officer David Curtis as the darkest day s of her administra tion I feel a tremendous responsibility to police officers. When they died it felt like members of my own family had been killed, grief changes you in all respects ;'' she said. As with any situation where time limits are imposed it seems the time expires before the "to do list is completed. For Mayor Iorio, transportation heads the list of unfinished business. She s disappointed tpat voters de feated the light rail system, and even more disappointed that Governor Rick Scott rejected $2 4 bill for the high speed rail system. "We can't give up on transit. If we are going to continue to grow and prosper, we must have a better transit system, she said And, she leaves advice for her re placement with the following advice: Pay attention to every part of the city and make decisions that will benefit the people in the long run. Always .. think long term, and do the things are hard. By taking on the hard stuff, y,ou can really see progress." As for leaving office, Mayor Iorio said she will miss the people she has come to know during her tenure. "I have loved being Mayor and feel it was a complete honor being a pub lic servant. I've met a lot of people and it was just wonderful having the opportunity to serve. Biography A native of Waterville, Maine, :Mayor Iorio moved to the bay area with her family as an infant. She at tended the public schools of Hillsbor ough County and graduated from King High School. Mayor Iorio continued her edu cation and earned her degree from American University in Washington D.C., with a B. S. Degree in Political Science. She earned a Master's De gree in History from the University of South Florida in 2001. Mayor Iorio is married to Mark Woodard, and is the mother of two adult children. Political Career In 1985, Mayor Iorio became the youngest person ever elected as a Hillsborough County Commissioner. She was 26 when she launched her political career. She served in this capacity until 1993, when voters chose her as the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections After serving three terms Mayor Iorio set her sights on the Mayor s Office Her first term began in 2003 with her becoming the second woman to serve in this capacity. Mayor Iorio was re-elected in 2007. Term limits prevents her from seeking re-elec tion. Mayor Iorio, who will celebrate her 52nd birthday on April credits her success to family support. She has not revealed plans for the future.


?-r----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------State Tourne_y co ?J: (.) a: Scenes From Blake Semifinals Basketball Game Fans crowded into the Lakeland Civic Center to watch the Blake High S choo l Yellow Jackets take >=' on the Leesburg Yellow Jackets. <( Blake High School Yellow Jackets entered the tournament ranked number one in Florida Class 4A, C a nd took a 28-2 record into their m atc h up with Leesburg. fE Leesburg walked away with the championship title, but the Tampa Yellow Jackets held their own c a: LL. c z <( c (J) w ::I 1-> a: w > w c w J: (J) :::::i m ::I a. z ;::: w ...J ...J ::I m ...J w z ;::: z w (J) <( c a: 0 ...J LL. (.) I N w until the e nd. (Photographs by Toby Scott). Andre Smith, (#3) right, looks on as Joe Morris, #5, shoots a takes a free throw. 20 Wings And Fris '9.9.9 Brandon Channer concentrates as he prepares to take his shot. Ray Palmer shows unyielding team supports as he urges the Yellow Jackets. Quinton Brewer is .shocked by the referee's decision. JUUO DOUGlAS "Team Dad" 30 Wings & Family Fries ..................... $14.99 5 Wings & Shrimp Frles .............. $8.99 5 Wings Rice & Beons .......... ........ $5.99 Fish Rice & Beons ................... :.' $5.99 Hamburger & Fries ...... $4.49 Cheese Steak Sandwich & Frie s .. ... $5.99 Chicken Kabob Plotter ....... $8.99 ChiCken Wrap "Showormo" ..... $5.49 Beef Wrap "Showormo" ...... $5.99 Kufto Kabob Plater Rice & Salad ... .. $8.99 Falafel Wrap with Fries ... ; ...... $4.99 Greek Salad & Gyro ............ $8.99 Other Menu Items Include: Fried Veggies. Fried Oysters Calamari flings. Salads and more. 20 Shrimp nd Fris 55.99 Nor 9000 with other olf""-One coupon perordef, per111* EXPJ/31111 11b Gizzard DtlnkC:. Fdes wlr h orher offers One coupon \Aslt EXP.J/31 /11 Brandon Channer, Clarence Peterson, Quinton Brewer, Joe Morris, and Andre Smith and prepared to take to the court and represent the Yellow Jackets. Yellow Jackets cheerleaders are on hand to keep the team and the audience in high spirits. Shown from left to right: Harry Morris, Lue Henry Davis, Hazel Gooden, Frances Cheeks Jennings, and James Robinson Standing on the back row Bernard Flowers, Ernest Reese, Sr., Bernice Watkins, Michael Hodges, Myrah Watson, and Henry Dupree were among the staunch supports on hand to cheer Blake on. Some of Blake High School Boys Basketball members at the game were Brandon Channer, Clarence Peterson, Joe Morris, Xavier Alston, Quinton Brewer, Andre Smith, Chris Thompson, De'Shea Williams, and Curtis Fountain. Dr. Marian Lauria-Davis, wife of Coach Winston Davis, Jacqueline K. Haynes, Blake High School Principal, Carol Sivard, Media Specialist at Blake and Sandra Cooke, classroom teacher, and Judy Richman, classroom teacher were in attendance at the Blake Semifinals game.


Patel Conservatorv Youth Theater To Perform The Wiz s: )> Cast members of The Wiz. The Patel Conservatory Youth Theater will perform a new, contemporary version of The Wiz Thursday, March 31 through Saturday, April2 at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts' TECO The ater. A live five-piece band, led by Patel Conservatory music instructor James Crumbly, will accompany performers. Crumbly is chair of the Music Dept. at Middleton High School. The exhilarating William F. Brown and Charlie Smalls retelling of the famous L. Frank Baum classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, features loveable characters and a powerful contemporary score of songs like "Ease on Down the Road," "No Bad News and "Home" and an inspirational message of love and self-be lief. "The Wizard of Oz is the greatest story ever told, the one we grew up hearing and watching and singing along to. Its hipper, urban lovechild, The Wiz, mirrors Be The JAMES CRUMBLY the characters and story we all fell in love with as kids," said Director Ashley Blake Fisher. "We're taking it a step further with our progressive, modern version, to a place over the rainbow where Dorothy enters 2011, a pop-culture playground of Oz characters with sass. Our set, costumes, choreography and effects reflect a modern Oz to appeal to audiences of all ages." The Patel Conservatory Youth Theater cast of 18, Be A Part Of ffistory! I BulleJJii F L 0 RID A Is Doing Full Color Advertising N 0 W!!! For More Information And Pricing Please Call: (813) 248-1921 ages 13 to 19, have b een mee ting since September. "It' s a Wiz for the new millennium, celebrating heart, soul and the message of t here s no place like home! Fisher said. The Wi z will be per-lOS's lPACK $9.50 Plu Ta11 EXPIRES 4 -02 1 --formed Thursday and Fri day, March 31 and April1, at 7 p m. and Saturda y April 2 at 2 and 7 p. m. As part of the non-profit Straz Center for the Perform ing Arts, the Patel Conservatory offers classes for 5 0 Ct. N o Limit GOOD'T'IMES OOC I IC.1!1.n} $19.99 POMPOM, CIGARILLO !!iOet. SWISHER CIGARILLO 60c 1 childr e n and adults of all ex-perience levels in all kinds of :I: dance, music and theater. More information about the N Patel Conservatory is avail able by calling 813.222.1002 and by visiting www.patel conservatory.org. 240Z CASE$699 for SALVIA ALOE VERA DRINK 16. 9 oz DRINK I 50. 7 oz DRINK 10 FLAVORS 10 FLAVORS saoo $1)99 2 for Box of20. Box of 12 S'J899 $2499 GATORADE 20 oz. 3 2 oz. 2 for IS for s-woo s-woo s-wooo for or 24 pk -. .... ..:\' _. _. t t 0 .... .... r-0 :::D 0 )> (/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z "'tt c: m c (/) ::J: m 0 m < m :::D -< -4 c: m (/) 0 )> z 0 :::D 0


Local Event cxi ,.... :I: (.) a: Tampa Police Department Black Historv Program a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m :::J a. z tu ...1 ...1 Deputy Velma Glover, Major Curtis Flowers and Capt. Willie Parker of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office attended the Black History Program. Police Officer Susan Bowers and Tonia Bright, CSO, at Ragan Park Center for the Tampa Police Dept. Black History Program. Clara Cobbs, of USF Africana Studies. Jonathan Parker, Sr. with BillCurrie.com. Rebecca Jones and Lisa Timmer. Sonja Wise and Mark Holloway. Sherri Brown, Tampa Bay and Company and Regina Williams at the Police Dept. Local bank official, Black History Program. Machelle Maner. Rev. Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Epps were among the guests at the City of Tampa Black History Program. Temple Terrace Pharmacy 11531 N. 56th St.. Temple Terrace FL 33617 : (SE CornFJr Of Fowler & 56th ) -.------ FREE HOME DELIVERY OF YOUR MEDICATIONS -IKE OKEKE Pharmacist DIABETIC'I!OES. & .SUP.PliJS FAST & miEND[Y SERIVCE $4 DRUGS NOW, AVAILABLE ON MOST GENERIC WE ACCEPT COUNTY PLANS, SHARE COSt, MEDICAID, MEDICARE & OTHERS. 0 : Let Us Be Your Pharmacy Call Us Today At (813) 989-1351 www. supeiionnedlalcenter.com


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