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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 23-A . VOL. 66 NO. 76 FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2011 64 PAGES 75 First Black Named To Chair Ybor Chamber SEE PAGE 2-A Police Chief Names Female Captain SEE PAGE 2-8 Aspiring Teen ChetNeeds Help For Trip SEE PAGE 3-A GROUP O!;JSERVES 93RD BIRTHDAY OF LIFELONG EAST TAMPA RESIDENT On Tuesday, the East Tampa Community Partnership Group paused during their meeting .to honor East Tampa resident, Mrs. Georgia Owens, on her 93rd birthday. Mrs. Owehs was also presented a special observance letter from Senator Kathy Castor, recogniz ng her as 2011 Citizen Of The Year. In the photo (from left to right) are: East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chair Evangeline Best; Aide To Senator Kathy Castor, Chloe Coney; Honoree, Mrs. Georgia Owens, and her daughters, Miriam Mitchell and Vivian Heyward.

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Local Man Waiting On lung Transplant Highlights Need Of Organ Donors BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, as the story of a y oung man in need resulted in the community coming to his aid. However his story a lso drew attention to the n ee d of organ donors. Enock Mezilas is a patient at Tampa General Hos pital, who is waiting on a lung transplant. But, last week, he wasn't on the waiting list be cause his family could not af ford the high co-payments required by the insurance company However, as his story circulated within the community, more than $40,000 was raised to offset the cost of the life-sustaining drugs he will need after the transplant. c John Dunn, spokesman 0: for Tampa General Hospital, said Enock's story is far z from over. The 20-year-old w c w J: en ::::; m :::) Q, z i= W ...J ...J :::) m ...J w z i= z w en
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Features Former Citv Council Chair To Serve On Tampa Sports Authoritv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Rev. Thomas Scott said he wasn't out of politics long before he got a phone call Tuesday from Mayor Bob Buckhorn. Rev. Scott had campaigned for the new Mayor, relinquishing his seat on the Tampa City Council. On Tuesday, Mayor Buckhorn asked Rev. Scott if he would be inter ested in occupying a seat on the Tampa Sports Authority. I told him if that's what he needed me to do, I'd do it to help the community. "Having served on the board for three years will give me an advantage and insight as to how the TSA works and what's going on. Also, my long history as an elected of ficial (14 years) will be some thing I will use to do the best job I can." Rev. Scott said he wants to make sure the TSA contin-REV. THOMAS SCOTT ues to serve the community and he will be keeping a close eye on their MBE component, an area that he's been pas sionate about no matter where he's served. After 14 years, I'm still very passionate and eager to serve the people of Tampa." Rev. Scott's appointment to the TSA is pending the approval of the Tampa City Council, who will vote on it during their May 19th meeting. Aspiring Teen Chef Needs Help To Fulfill Dream Steven Oats, a 16-year old high school student at Sickles High School is an as piring pastry chef. Steven has been baking and decorat ing cakes since the age of 10. Steven was creative as a young child, always sketching out his visions of things he wanted to make or design. While helping his great grandmother, Callie Crawford. prepare cakes for her late brother's barbeque restaurant, Big John's Alabama BBQ, Steven thought to himself, "I can do that!". With his grandfather, James Stevens being an Executive Chef, he asked him to give him some additional pointers. His first cake was for his little sister, Sy'riah's, 2nd birthday cake. Steven knew prior to at tending high school that he wanted to be a pastry chef. He chose Sickles high School be cause of the history of its culi nary department and the culinary teacher, Chef Rick Ceglio. Chef Rick will be taking Steven along with 12 other students to Europe this summer for a tour of Italy. They will have the opportunity to see some of the most beauti ful, historic parts of Italy while learning about their food arid techniques of cook-ing and pastries STEVEN OATS Steven is active in his home church of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, Rev. A. W. Greene, Pastor. He is President of the Youth Choir, works with the Kids Care ministry and the Mime Ministry. He is active in school and the community. Steven provided desserts last year to help raise money for the Warrick Dunn Foun dation. Steven will be having a fundraiser this Sunday, May 15, 2011 at Big John's Ala bama Barbeque, 5707 N. 40th Street, to help raise money for his trip overseas. The event will start at 4 p. m. and a small donation (tax de ductible) is requested. Steven's mother is Paula Stevens-Jones, and his grandmother 1s Martha Stevens. l< s: ..... w Readers Respond To Appellate Court Ruling On Noise Law 1\) spokesperson for the Tamp a BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Wednesday, the Sec ond District Court of Appeal ruled that the state law gov erning booming car stereos is unconstitutional because it violates the First Amend ment. The law stated that anything that can be heard more than 25 feet away from the vehicle was too loud. The Justices ruled that the law was too vague and re quested the Florida Supreme Court render an opinion. Some readers shared their thoughts on this latest ruling. Tampa Police Major Gerald Honeywell said, "We have to enforce the law. With this latest ruling, all we can do is wait on our legal de partment for direction. Ms. Betty Bell, President of the Highland Pines Neighborhood Association Crime Watch said, "We have been fighting the loud noise for a long time. We went be-MS. BETTY BELL fore City Council about the cars in March and the house in April. ''I'm disappointed in the court's ruling because of the senior citizens. They are pris oners in their own homes be cause of loud music." Ms. Gwen Miller, re tired City Council member, said the Tampa has an exist ing City Ordinance pertain ing to noise levels. However, with this new ruling, the City will need to create an ordi nance that complies with state law. Ms. Laura McElroy, Police Department said, "As of today, we will no longer enforce the state statute be cause of the ruling by the Second District Court of Ap peal until further notice. "The City has a noise ordi nance that pertains to busi nesses that will continue to enforce." ..... Howard Harris said, "I "TT wish the law was 15 ft. I de-5 serve not to have my hearing lJ space invaded by "Noise C Sharers" playing BOOM! BOOM! so loud that I can't m hear my own car radio or be awakened at 3 a.m. by some idiot trying to blow his ear drums out." 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., editorials Columns :c 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 ) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETIA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bullatln or the Publisher. Three Cheers For Hillsborough Countv's Fourth Graders E very cloud has a silver lining. Such is true for Hillsborough County Schools and its fourth graders, who, despite reduced schooi funding and other anti-education legislative developments, scored a 90 percent pass record on the recent Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT} writing test. With "5" being the highest score a student can receive, our fourth graders scored "4," or better. In addition, a list of inner city schools, which included SulphurSprings andJust Elementary schools, received exceptional marks on FCAT. No doubt, their scores Hillsborough County schools a Number One placement as the highest scores in the State of Florida. And standing in a worthy spotlight is Superintendent MaryEllen Elia as well as the teachers of Hillsborough County schools. Yet, our congratulations don't simply stop_ with Hillsborough County school administrators and teachers. Most certainly, we salute parents for their loving and heroic support. Meanwhile, we encourage them to buy books for their children's birthdays, and holidays, making family reading fun and on-going. Certainly, support at home will help our children continue to do well so that in the future, not only fourth graders will be first in the state, but every grade in our system will do well and stand tall, on FCAT writing results. coning Business Taxes ooesn't Create Jobs R emember Governor Rick's rationale for fighting to cut taxes for Florida businesses? He said cutting taxes for businesses would, among other things, stimulate job openings, thereby creating jobs for our state's unemployed. This reminds us of the gift Americans received from Ronald Reagan that everybody nicknamed "Voodoo Economics." For, if cutting business taxes was the answer, then why isn't America overflowing with jobs since nearly 6o percent of American businesses paid no federal taxes between 1998 and 2005. Perhaps, our governor wasn't aware of that one. Then consider, one company posted p. profit of more than $5.1 billion in 2010, but paid no federal taxes on its profits. We dare you to try that on your personal income tax. Major media sources revealed numerous national and international oil, banking, financial and manufacturing companies that paid little or no. federail taxes on billions of dollars in profits over the last seven years. And guess what? Such a trend has existed for more than 15 years, thanks to tax breaks, subsidies, tax shelters of reinvestments in subsidiaries located in low tax countries, and Mv Mother Was Rich M other s Day just passed and it was not really a very good day for me. I got to thinking about my de ceased mother, Rebecca Kinsey. God how I missed that lady. I began to think how lucky I was to have had "Ms. Beck," as my mother was called, as my mother. Ms. Beck was very rich. No, she didn't have any money. She didn't have a sav ings account, a checking ac count, owned no stocks arid bonds and had only the house we lived in as real property. Still, my mother was very rich. She was rich in her love for her family, her neighbors and her friends. Her love for all of these people was so deep until she would give her last to any of these people who happened to be in need. She always put these peoples' needs ahead of her own. I've known Ms. Beck to go to a sick neigh bor's house and wash and iron their clothes, clean up their house and cook for them and then come home to our house and do the same things. My mother was rich in her faith in education. She firmly believed that a good educa tion was the key to a good job and a successful life. Even though Ms. Beck only had a sth grade education, she be lieved and demanded that her six children get a college edu cation. Ms. Rebecca Kinsey was rich in her belief in God Almighty. She went to church as often as she could, but she prayed all the time. She prayed for everybody and es pecially her children. She al-Enough Is .Too Muehl A character by the name of Popeye was fea tured in a cartoon, years ago wherein he uttered an almost forgotten statement. He -yelled, "Awright, you swabs! ENOUGH IS TOO MUCH!" With all of the recent spot lights and paparazzi pepper ing America's most elite covert military outfit (the Navy Seals) because of its re cent successful apprehension of terrorist Osama bin Laden, I can imagine I hear the head of the Navy Seals yelling to Western news media, "Awright, you swabs! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!" And here's why. Maybe, I'm mistaken, but through the decades, if not centuries, the word "Covert" has always played a major role in military maneuvers. Whether it was of American origin, or whether it was orig inated against America, that term, which has as its core, the term "Secrecy," was al ways what turned the tide of victory. Japan used it against us in Pearl Harbor with horrific success. Later, Japan would pay for its secrecy by being "Ground Zero" of another se crecy: the atomic bomb. In deed, one might conclude, war would not have been pos sible without the terms or "Secrecy." And so, we fast-forward to the 21st century and to a com pound not far from down town Pakistan. A cadre of Navy Seals sneaks into posi tion and complete what could only be called a military coupe of the century . Not since the capture of Bonnie and Clyde, Mussolini, or Saddam Hussein had such a villain _on the level of bin Laden been bagged, and the captors been able to live to tell about it. But here is where the statement "Eno ugh is too much" comes into play. No doubt, the sailors who neutralized Osama bin Laden are fathers and sons whose families remain un aware of their loved-ones' brush with death. No doubt, members of AI Qaida would dearly love to discover tlie identities of the men who eliminated the AI Qaida mastermind. As a cur rent commercial likes to re peat, certain assumptions are "NOT rocket science." And one of them is the conviction that secrecy is not only bene ficial for the success of certain maneuvers, but is equally beneficial for the men and and deliver her children. 3:: I believe to this day that much of the miniature success .... that I have enjoyed has come on the wings of Ms. Beck's N 0 teachings and prayers. ::: Ms. Beck was worth tons of money in terms of her pa tience and endurance. There were times when she would work two and three jobs in order to get her children through college. Most impor tantly, she never complained, never sought the limelight and never strayed from her innate goodness. Ms. Rebecca Kinsey was a rich lady. No, not at any bank, but in the eyes of her children, her neighbors and her friends. The good of all of this is money never bothered Ms. Beck. She took what she had and did what she had to do. She never worried about what she didn't have. I know that there are a lot of other Ms. Becks out there. Some gone on to be with their ;:!! God and some still doing their 0 thing. To all those Mothers I :C want to say a happy belated Mother's Day. en women who execute those maneuvers. Why, therefore, would news media nationwide try blatantly to reveal to the world the identities of the commandos whose duty was to find, capture, or take down a man who, for the past decade, had been considered the World's PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER ONE? Is it my naivete, or am I right to fear that revealing certain identi,ties or activities might not orily endanger the individuals involved, but might further risk an entire nation, should such men, women and missiops be peeded in the future? Forgive me, but I can't keep myself from wondering why CNN, FOX, CBS and a bevy of other news channels don't seem to see the arrogance and blind ness in ham-fisted news re porting. Furthermore, I dare the news media to point a finger at us, the public, then say, "If it wasn't for your hunger to know, we wouldn't compro mise military security." In deed, good Arbitron ratings are not worth our children's safety, or the security of our nation. .. So, we say to all the television news chann,els, newspa pers, Internet engines and news magazines, "ENOPGH IS TOO MUCH!" We don't need to know the names of the Seals who killed biD Laden. We are simply glad the world has one Jess Hitler . m z ::! z m r m c: r r z ., c: m r c;; ::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )llo z c ., :c 6 "creative" accounting. So, now you know the truth. Yet, when we reflect on how our lawmakers eut b1,1dgets G) for education, health care, social services, services for people With dis8billtie8, and for ; veterans, while protecting big businesses from paying taxes, )It

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Le islature M discretion to slow him down. s I St I R .,... But c onsid e ring he 's married ena or, a e ep. to a woman with looks that put :E>_ 1 wom e n 20 year s her junior to Ele cted To Flori-da shame, th a t se e ms hi g hl y un-c< likel y also a: B -Bl k s For th e chall e n ge rs at-Black Caucus OHI-cers u. eating ac un.erman temptin g t o unse a t apresident with thi s type of clout their BY CLARENCE BARR, II I am not a political strate gist. But if I were a shot caller for the Republican Party, I'd seriousl y consid e r s aving some mone y by conceding the up coming presidential election and focusing on 2016. Because as things st and now, a person would stand a better chance staging a snowball fight on Clearwater beach in July than beating President Barack Obama for the White house in 2012. ney, Mike Huckabee, Newt Gingrich and Donald Trump? To g eth e r the y c arry mor e baggag e th a n a a irport skycap. When comparing each of their credentials against President Obama's the question isn t, "Can he win? It is, How c a n he lose? Anyone looking at President Obama's resume since being elected in 2008 would find it hard not to be im pressed. He s only the third sitting President in the U. S. to win the Nobel Peace Prize, and the first president to success fully pass universal health care legislation dilemm a resemble s that of comic book villains who des perat e ly try to find w ays defeat Superman. But inste a d of continuing down a road that l e ads to an inevitable let down, I suggest they take to a little friendly ad vice from those who grew up in rough and tumble neighbor hoods across the country When you see the biggest, baddest dude on the block shooting hoops on the only goal in the park, you don't pick a fight because you want to play on the same court. You just wait until he's finished. And it's not just the monu mental surge President Obama recently received from taking out one of the most notorious mass murder ers in history, Osama bin Laden, that makes him a hair C strand away from a sure thing. ff: It is the relative weakness of c his competition that will play Z the key ingredient in what <( could turn out to be a re-election cake-walk. He staved off a potentially devastating financial crisis And as mentioned previously, the thing with that terrorist in Pakistan last week didn't turn out too bad for him either President Obama's roll is such that it would take some thing along the lines of a Monica Lewinskyesque inAnyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville,. SC 29512; or by email at clarence.barr798gmail. com. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. Sarah Palin, Mitt Rom-W ::I 1-w > w c w en :::::i a:l ::I D. z t= w ...I ...I ::I a:l ...I w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ...I u. <( I <0 w (!J Meeting Middleton Class 011972, 1973 The Middleton Class of 1972 and 1973 will have its monthly class reunion meeting, Saturday, May 14th at 2 p. m. at the C. Blythe Andrews Library, 2607 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. All class members are encouraged to come out as we continue preparations for our 40th year celebration in 2012. Contact phone number, 813-377-66oo; Library, 813-273-3652 AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! GIBBS &PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, M TORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SLIP AND fALl, NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE. ALL SERIOUS lNJURlES (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 7 2 2 E F L ETC H F R A V r T A J\1\ P A. F L 3 3 6 1 2 'vV'vVVV.(; I H BSAN [)PAR N [ L l .Cerir:IICI!. Newly elected officers of the Florida Black Caucus are from left to right: Rep. Alan Williams, Sen. Arthenia Joyner, Rep. Mia Jones, Sen. Oscar Braynon, II, and Rep. Betty Reed. Two Tampa elected offi cials were chosen as officers for the Florida Legislative Black Caucus. The election took place last Tuesday Senator Democratic Leader Pro Tern Arthenia Joyner (DTampa) was elected as Vice Chair and Representative Betty Reed was chosen as the Par liamentarian. Other officers elected are to serve are Chairwoman, State Rep. Mia Jones (D Jacksonville); Secretary, Senator Oscar Braynon (D-Miami); and Treasurer, State Rep. Alan Williams (DTallahassee). Senator's Victim Protection Bill Heads To Governor Legislation sponsored by Senator Arthenia Joyner (D-Tampa) adding protections to victims of relation ship violence is now headed to the governor's desk for signa ture. SB 240, unanimously ap proved by the Senate in April and on Wednesday unani mously approved by the House creates additional ways a person can violate an injunction for protection against repeat violence, sexual violence, or dating violence by making it identical to the ways a person can violate an in-junction for protection against domestic violence "This change makes it clear that this type of violence against a person should be treated equally without regard to the living situation of the victim The legislation creates parity for victims of these unacceptable violent acts Senator Joyner said. This year marked the fourth attempt by Joyner to pass these beefed up protections. The measure was sponsored in the House by Representative Janet Cruz (D-Tampa). State Representative Expresses Frustration BY LEO;N B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Florida State Representll tive Betty Reed has been ap pointed to be a part of the Congressional Redistricting Committee, and said Amend ments 5 and 6 will make a dif ference in the way that will be handled. "We canvassing the state now and we want com munity people involved in that process. "What's of .even greater concern to me is the turmoil in Tallahassee right now. Bills are being passed that are pure nonsense, and I can t believe what's going on." Rep. Reed said she's preparing now for the different fights that are still ahead, but it's still amazing how bills are being passed without any con cern as to who they will im pact. "Republicans are flexing their muscles and want every one to know they are in con trol. They seem to have no concern that the bills they are passing impact their con stituents as well as Democrats. "I can't that these things are occurring with a group of people who seem to only be trying to prove a point, instead of doing what's in the best interest ofthe people." Rep. Reed said that's why it's so important for the people to vote so these situations don't occur. "We ve got to put the right people in place who care about the welfare of all the people in stead of just looking out for af fluent."

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Local NUCPToHold General Meeting Members of the Hillsbor ough County Branch NAACP will hold the General Meeting for the month on May 19111, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will take place in the Cafeteria at Middleton High School, 4801 N. 22"d Street. The meeting is open to the general public and those in at tendance will discuss issues and concerns from members of the community. For additional information contact the branch office at 813-234-8683; or visit the web site at www.hillsborough naacp.org. Free Professional Grant Writing Workshop. The West Tampa CDC and The National Institute for Strategic and Tactical Plan ning will host a free profes sional grant writing workshop in basic grant writing on May 2th from 2:30 p. m. to 3:30 p. m. at the West Tampa Library, 2312 West Union Street. It is encouraged that staff, administrators, board mem bers of non-profits,faith based organizations, government agencies and other tax exempt status organizations attend. For more information, con tact Michael Randolph at (813) 87-7657. Seating is lim ited so please email wefind grants@aol.com or mikeconsultant@gmail.com to confirm a seat and to attain an invitation and workshop packet. No one will be admitted without an invitation. State AClU 01 Florida Names Sen. Tonv Hill, Rep. Benv Reed Defenders OIFreedom TALLAHASSEE The American Civil Liberties Union of Florida announced that Senator Tony Hill and Representative Betty Reed received the organiza tion's "Defender of freedom" award for the week that ended April 29th. Sen. Hill and Rep. Reed sponsored similar bills (SB 1086 and HB 779) that would prohibit any inmate in a Florida corrections facility from being shackled or re strained during childbirth or related medical care. ., r-0 JJ c l> C/) m z :::1 z m r-m c r rm -4 z "'D c m c: C/) ::I: m c m < m JJ -< -1 c m C/) c l> z c ., JJ c C) m ....., I l>

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,.... ,.... 0 C\1 M' ,.... &; ?JtmtiiUUlif? f(fAtad 3910 EAST CONOVER* TAMPA 33610 CHURCH (813) 236-8353 FAX (813) 236-8723 J5d CELEBRATION SERVICE SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2011 Theme: "Loving God And God's People From The Inside Out." ROMANS 8:28 PASTOR ROBERT E. BENN, SR. GREAT COMMISSION BAPTIST CHURCH DR. ERNESJ BOON!, PASTOR Local Communitv Health Fair Caregiver'sHelping Hand, Incorporated is sponsoring a Community Health Fair at Williams Park, 4663 East Os borne Avenue, on May 21s t from 9 a. m. until 2 p. m Partners for this event in clude the Eastern Heights Neighborhood Association and Crime Watch, Molina, Weed and Seed City of Tampa Parks and Recreation. Wellcare, Uni versal Health Care Group, the Black Nurses Association, Organo Gold, PPG, Let's Get Started Teens, and Feed Our Children Ministry. The event is free to the pub lic and there will be food, booths, games, and many health related activities for families and seniors. There will also be AIDS testing, and blood pressure and diabetes checks. The organizers are anticipating at least 200 families to attend, and for more information, call (813) 431-1814, or (813) 433-3316. 'Eat It Up Tampa Bav' wants To Feed 300 Homeless People BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Bernadine Tejeda's "A Place For Hope Incorporated," will be hosting "Eat It Up Tampa Bay" this Saturday, May 14th from 11 a.m. until2 p. m. Ms. Tejeda said the goal of the event is to feed 300 homeless people at Homeless Recovery, 2410 North Tampa BERNADINE TEJEDA Street, just south of the Family Dollar Store. asking that all homeless people register for the event at Metropolitan Min istries, the Salvation Army, or at Homeless Recovery Friday. You must be registered to at tend." Ms. Tejeda said this is the first of many events planned for the summer to reach out to the growing number of home less people in the are -a. Young Man learned Hard lesson Growing Up BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Growing up in Sulphur Springs, Jeff Hilaire had a lot of tough decisions to make. With so many negative things going on around him, he couldn't resist being drawn into the negative lifestyle. "As a teenager, I started hanging out and got into trou-:ble. I was watching a lot of my friends getting locked up, get ting out, and not changing JEFF HILAIRE their lifestyles. "When I got locked up I got my GED, a job, and saved money to pay restitution to my crime victims. I was also fortu nate enough to get some men taring from my employer at Kentucky Fried Chicken. He helped steer me in the right direction." Hilaire said after writing a letter of apology to the victim of his crime that's when thing hit him. 'I began to realize this wasgame. l was just throwing my away and a friend was sentenced tb 30 years in prison at the age of 16, I said enough is enough. "The problem in society today with a lot of young peo ple is they want everything to come easy and they're lazy. We can't allow the system to con, trol our lives. The judicial system doesn't expect us to amount to anything and they never expect us tom. ake thing good of our lives Now 21, Hilaire said he s finishing a book and has been able to share his story through motivational. speaking at area youth centers. "I want to speak to the young peopJe locked up in the dete ntion centers, .but they won't allow me to do that because I have a prior record. I think that's wrong. I' believe I can lielp them by telling them my story." Hilaire said going to stay positiye and coptinue to associate with older adults that can help him get message out. "Today's young people have so much potential and don't realize what they re ca-.. pable of. a shame."

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Pastor Brings Gospel Plav Back To Communitv Sentinel StaffWriter No one has b e en more pas sionate a bout a reunion of for mer residents of Central Park Village than Clarence Jones. Although he wasn't born during the earl y era of CPV, h e considers himself a part of its history, and created the concept of a reunion three years ago. This year's reunion will be from June 24th through June 26th, and Jones said there is still plenty of work to do. "It's almost impossible trying to do all the things to make this successful on your own. When the work going on with the En core Project on the former CPV site, it makes it difficult to find a place in that area to hold meet ings. "What I'd like to do is recruit a group of volunteers who have the time to spread the word, help secure some venues, and do whatever it takes to increase participation at this year's event." Jones said this year's re union will be in honor of Jessie "Jet Set" Hudson, whose fam ily was one of the first to move into CPV in 1954. "I want his year's event to be one that will be talked about for years to come. That's why it's so important that all of the former residents, especially those from the 1950s, participate this year." Anyone interested in volun teering for this year's event can contact Jones through his web site; djassociationoftam pabay@gmail.com. You can also attend the meetings held every Monday at the Robert Saunders Library on Nebraska Avenue from 5 p.m. until6 p.m. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In August Dr. Rose Marie Solomon introduced "The Twisted Double Life Of "Reverend And First Lady Lee" to the St. Petersburg community. On Saturday, May 14th, at 6 p.m she will once again bring the drama to life in Tampa The cast will take to the stage at the Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Avenue, to once again deliver the powerful message Cast members include Chamion Sparrow as Delilah; Diane Wingfield as Mother Potts; Beverly Grant as the First Lady; Derrick Isham as Pastor Lee; Lee Kelly as Deacon Wilson; and Davronette Henson as the Secretary. The play focuses on the public and private lives of a minister and his wife. Pastor Lee's congregation and the public sees a devoted, loving husband and father. However, out of public sight, the wife endures verbal and physical DR. ROSE SOLOMON ... Author of "The Twisted Double Life Of "Reverend And First Lady Lee" abuse. Mrs. Lee covers her bruises and acts as if nothing is wrong until a mother of the church pulls her to the side and tells her there is nothing "right" about being abused. Pastor Lee is then forced to deal with the consequences as his world begins to fall apart. He must come to terms with his abusive nature and decide between his family or Delilah, his mistress of five years. Dr. Solomon said that although the play focuses on the life of a minister it is intended for anyone who serv e as leaders. Its purpose is to demonstrate that no one is perfect. A native of Montego Bay, Jamaica, Dr. Solomon her husband, Frank, and their family currently live in Orlando and is the pastor of Miracle Life Changing International Ministry She is the mother of 3 childr e n and grandmother of 3 This play is not about pointing fingers, but about making people aware of their situations." She stated that she selected a pastor as the main character in the ISmember cast because pastors are supposed to be better examples. ..... w N 0 ...... ...... ., r 0 ::D c )> C/) m z :::t z m r m c: r r z -o c: m r c;; :::t m c m < m c: m C/) c )> z c ., ::D c

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Lener carriers Food Drive Flea Market Announces i Mav 14 Big Promotional Event ff: Annual Stamp Out Hunger" food drive will be conducted on Saturday, May 14 at your mail box. That's right; letter carr i ers will be collecting non-perishable food dona tions as they deliver mail along their postal routes c a: LL c z <1: c en w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::> c. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL To join in simply place your donation on or near your mailbox and we will do the r es t Letter carriers and volunteers will deliver the donation to the local food bank or pantry The Stamp Out Hunger food drive helps stock local food banks and pantries at a critical time of the year when children are especially vul nerable. Many school lunch programs are suspended during the summer months and families have difficulty providing basic nutritional needs. These children are often from working families, who fight a constant battle to stretch paychecks for food, medicine, clothing and shelter. Help us stock pantries for -the months! the food summer Mount Calvary Junior Acaden1y Kindergarten -8th Grade NOW FOR fHE 20 11--20 12 SCHOOL YEAR WE OFFER: 1. Bible-based instruction 2. Caring, loving, certified teachers 3. High value at an affordable rate 4. Florida Pride scholarships 5. Computer lab with internet and network 6. A safe drug free environment for students 7. Extracurricular activities 8. Challenging academic program 9. Personal attention given to students 10. Outstanding students 11. Hot, nutritious meals daily 12. Fully accredited curriculum 13. Small class size 14. Before and after school program 15. Reading and math labs 16. Music (String Ensemble) Training minds, hearts, and hands for worthy and productive service. Call toda_y for a registration packet 813-238-0433
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., Local :!! F .ormer Tampan Seeks Area Panners For 'Universitv For Parents' 3: Rhonda Ulmer, right, with actor John Antos at the Kennedy Center (photo in Jet). Rhonda Ulmer with her mother, Jeanie Rhonda Ulmer, founder of University For Parents, Shackleford. is shown with her 3 children. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Rhonda Ulmer debuted in the Sentinel a little more than a year ago to talk about her not for profit organization. At the time she was seeking votes as a L'Oreal Women of Worth honoree. As president of the PTA at her children's school in Maryland, Rhonda, a grad uate of Tampa Bay Technical High School, learned that the school was on the verge of being taken over by the Maryland State Department of Education because it did not meet the requirements of "No Child Left Behind." She immediately went on the search for any tools and resources that the parents could utilize to help their children up their grades. She received a grant specifically for parents that helped to turn the school around. She went on to found University For Parents, a not-for-profit organization. Because of her dedication, Ms. Ulmer was one of the many volunteers honored last month at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D. C. at the Points of Light Institute's"All Together Now -A Celebration Of Service." Several celebrities attended the event, including 4 U. S. Presidents and their wives -Jimmy Carter, George Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. Ulmer is shown in the April 11, 2011 Jet Magazine (Jet Setters section) with actor John Amos. Her mother, Jeanie Shackleford, of Tampa, attended the event as her special guest. "We had the opportunity to meet President Bill Clinton, John An;10s, Cee Lo Green, Mavis Staples, Sam Moore (of Sam and Dave), Darius Rucker and Students Honored At Annual Turnaround Awards Ceremonv Last week, the Hillsborough County Public School District recognized students who had made the greatest. improvement during the aca demic year. On Wednesday and Thursday, middle school students were honored at Blake High School in the Black Box Theater. They were presented their Turnaround Achievement Awards during a ceremony. Walt Shaffner, Director of Non-Traditional Programs for the Hillsborough County Public School District gave the welcome and introduced the keynote speaker. He also presented the awards. Mark Ober, Hillsborough County State Attorney was the keynote speaker for both events. On Wednesday the honorees were: Bartels, Dalton Simmons; Benito, James Montgomery; Buch 'anan, Brianna Ford; Coleman, Samantha Sileo; Farnell, Isaiah Santel; Greco, Malachi Liburd; Liberty, Lindsey Sloan; Madison, Jereminque Pierce; Monroe, Soha Ibrahim; Pierce, Elizabeth Morales; Rampello, Downtown William David Ullauri; Sgt. Smith, Roosevelt Lawrence; Stewart, Jose Ramirez; Dorothy Thomas, Daniel Ryan Mallory; Walker, James Johnson; Webb, Markus Rosa; and Wilson, Tito Medina TQrres. On Thursday the honorees were: Adams, Isaiah Sanchez; Burnett,. Sha'Qauze Bell; Burns, Fair; Eisenhower, Jasmine Constatine Hobbs; Ferrell, Davonte Myers; Franklin, J'Ronnie Pitts; Giunta, Walter Baldwin; Jennings, Donnell Davis; Mann, Jared Shirley; Marshall, Mark Walton; McLane, Karon Williams; Memorial, Julisa Gonzalez; Mulrennan, Krystal Glenn; Randall, Emma AraujoSaravia; Rodgers, Ashley Lotito; Shields, Alisha Gaines; Sligh, Rick C. Dooley, Jr.; Tomlin, Christopher McKee; Turkey Creek, Evelyn Rock; Van Buren, Arthur Wiggins; and Young, Jose Rodriguez. On Friday, the high school student recipients recognized on Friday at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Maestro's Restaurant. Walt Shaffner, Director of NonTraditional Programs for the Hillsborough County Public School District gave the welcome and introduced the keynote speaker. He also presented the awards. Scott Athey, of Brandon High School, the recipient of the 1990 Turnaround Student Award; delivered the keynote address The honorees were: Alons.o, Bridget Hill; Armwood, John David Parris; Blake, Antuione Cutler; Bloomingdale, Carl Marshall; Bowers-Whitley Career Center, Ginamarie Rosario; Brandon, Shakori Morris, Chamberlain, Tiffany Tribble; Durant, Ceasar Montesinos; East Bay, Angela Laborde; Freedom, Andrew Vera; Gaither, Ariel Santos; Hillsborough, Deckaf Terilus; Jefferson, Keyla Hodges; King, Jesse Stringer; Lennard, LaReina Penaranda; Leto, Nicholas A. Nunez; and 'Middleton, Franck Charles. Other high school recipients are: Newsome, Eldred Matthews; Nor.th Tampa Alternative, William A. Fawcette; Plant, Jessica Thibodeaux; Plant City, Hassani Crumbley; Riverview, Ryan Ruff; Robinson, Carmen Santiago; Seminole Heights Charter, Nicole Freeman; Sickles, Thalia QuintanaCarmona; South County Career Center, Cristina Davila; Spoto, Stephanie Barnes; Steinbrenner, Zechariah Cesani; Strawberry Crest, Hector M. Villanueva; Tampa Bay Technical, Dvonte Danzey; Waters Career Center, L'Asia Maxwell; Wharton, Ajdin Ramadani; and Youth Services, Rakim Blount many more," she exclaimed. Once on stage, Rhonda was the spokesperson for the group. The tribute aired on NBC. "My goal is to bring University for Parents to the Tampa Bay area,?" she said. She is seeking community partners such as PT A/PTOs, schools and faith-based orga nizations. To learn more about University For Parents go to www. universityforparents.or or locally call (813) 2995900. 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Freedom Riders Airs On PBS Mondav In 1961, segregation c seemed to have an overa: whelming grip on American LL society. Many states violent-ly enforced the policy, while the federal government, under the Kennedy administration, remained indifferent, preoccupied with matters abroad That is, until an integrated band of college students many of whom were the first in their families to attend a university -decided, en masse, to risk everything and buy a ticket on a Greyhound bus bound for the Deep South They called themselves the Freedom Riders, and they managed to bring the president and the entire American public face to face with the challenge of correcting civil-rights inequities that plagued the nation. On Monday, May 16th beginning at 9 pm, veteran filmmaker Stanley Nelson's inspirational doc umentary, FREEDOM RIDERS, the first feature-length film about this courageous band of civil-rights activists, will premiere on WEDU exclusive ly. Gaining impressive access to influential figures on both sides of the issue, Nelson chronicles a chapter of American history that stands as an astonishing testament to the accomplishment of youth and what can result from the incredible Walk-Ins Welcome N. 34th Street \.-... 288 combination of personal conviction and the courage to organize against all odds. This month marks the soth anniversary of the freedom rides. WEDU recent ly hosted the countryis largest screening of this film (Tampa 4/13), and now the PBS station can bring the story to viewers throughout the west central Florida area. Some locals have been interviewed by Rob Lorei about the Freedom Riders and their experiences will air Friday at 9:30 p m. and Saturday at 2:30 p. m on the PBS affiliate, WEDU. Participating in the interview were Hillsborough County Branch NAACP President Carolyn Collins, Florida State Branches Vice Chairman Leon Russell, Rev. Dr. Shafter Scott, Senator Arthenia Joyner, and Clarence Fort. FYI Organization Receives Award For Their Work In The Communitv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On May 5th, All Sports Community Services, and its founder Tyrone Keys, received The Group Hug Award. The award is present to a group of individuals who have impacted the community with their time and talenL "Winning the award is a beautiful testimony," said Keys. "It's exciting to see how ser vices have come full circle. I didn't do this a lone. The stu dents who took the time to help others deserve all the credit. They would purchase birthday cakes for kids from impoverished areas, and also spend their weekends helping other kids in the community." Keys said the students taught kids in the community the meaning of sportsmanship, and gave them the understanding of how each person must contribute to make it all possible. "To create the next generation of achievers, we must prepare them when they are young," said Keys. "We've found the best way to reach the kids today is to have someone close to their age talk to them, mentor them, and encourage them to succeed in spite of the distrac tions going on around them." In The Spotlight ALICIA _There's nothing more beautiful than waking up for a new day and seeing this week's Spotlight feature, Alicia. In the midstof soaring hot temperatures, Alicia can make you feel cool with her personality and smile. When it comes to priorities, you can bet this young lady has hers in order as she has plans that will assure she will be someone to be reckoned with in the future. Alicia enjoys being around her family, and she is also very careful about the people she calls friends. When it's all said and done, Alicia enjoys the company of a man who is confident, handsome, goal-oriented, and dependable. Congratulations to Alicia as this week's Spotlight feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson@flsentinel.com. CORNROWS FLAT TWIST DREADLOCKS SENEGALESE TWIST MICRO BODY PLAITS BOBS WEAVE SEW-INS INVISIBLE BRAIDS

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Local lease Purchase _Housing Program Helps Potential Homeowners BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, the City of Tampa introduced a partnership with non-profit organizations to provide a new lease-purchase home ownership program. The program allows the potential owner to live in the house as they make necessary preparations to purchase it. Although all of the not-for profit organizations can now offer the program, the East Tampa Business and Civic Association is the first to launch it. Ms. Dianne Hart, president of the East Tampa Business and Civic Association said, "We will actually sit down with the client, put them on a budge't, and monitor them every few months for up to two years. We feel that at the end of that period they should be ready to purchase the home." Ms. Hart said those with bankruptcies or judgments may still qualify for the pro gram, depending on the cir cumstances. MS. DIANNE HART East Tampa Business and Civic Association Housing Program Among the qualifications, the homeowners must attend a 16-hour first time homeowners program, must have a credit score of 560 or higher, and cannot have any felony convictions over the past 5 years, and must have two years employment with cur rent employer. Potential owners will also be required to carry renters insurance and be responsible for the general upkeep (such as the lawn) as if they already own the home. During the two-year period, the program will help the potential owner repair his or her credit score so that they can purchase the home at the end of two years. The potential homeowners will also qualify for up to $6o,ooo in down payment assistance. The rent for those qualifying for the program will be based on HUD guidelines, she said. "We think this program will be good for potential home owners and the community. It will give families an opportu nity to become homeowners and provide stability to the community by eliminating vacant -homes," Ms. Hart stated. Ms. Hart said all of the homes belonging to the East Tampa Business and Civic Assodation are new 3-bedroom, 2-bath, single car garage homes. However, some of the other not-forprofit organizations may have larger homes or rehabbed homes For more information con tact the East Tampa Business and Civic Association at (813) 248-3977 Athletes Recognized Four Bay area athletes were recognized recently during the grand opening of an athletic store in University Square Mall. There were life.:like posters of the hoopsters, a bit of information about each and their epic moment on display at Hoops. (Photography by BRUNSON) The athletes are: Amber Henson, Sickles High senior; Andre -smith, Blake High senior and Shayla Wilson, Jefferson High junior. Notshown, Michael Frazier, a junior at Plant High School. Shayla Wilson, left, is shown with her family: sister,, Bernisha Wilson, father, Bernard Wilso and mother, Evelyn Wilson. Amber 6i3i Henson and mother, Amlette fiirt a!;! Greetings Haoov Binhdav, Mav14,2011 MRS. MARIE TARVER wHITE You truly are a woman of God and we all love you. Your husband, Pastor Donald White; children, Bridget (Atl.), Donta, Tina, Teri, Samantha and Donna; grands, Destanee, P. J .,Isaac, n:; Diamond; Desha, Jayarie, Lela-marie and .Katlin; son in-law-to.:.be, Antonio; Mount Carmel M. B. the staff of On-Que! Magazine
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takers Didn't lose like Champions c a: LL. c z < c tn w :::::) I-f!: w > w c w l: tn :::l m :::::) D. It is shocking history that the defending champions, the Los Angeles Lakers were swept in four games by the Dallas Mavericks. It was even more shocking with the disgraceful, dirty play and the funky attitudes of the Lakers during their loss. It was totally embarrassing to Lakers' great, Ervin "Magic" Johnson. Magic got on television and apologized to Dallas bas ketball fans, television view ers and the NBA, not for the Lakers loss, but for their atti tudes in losing. Two players, Lamar Odom and center Andrew Bynum were ejected for flagrant fouls. Bynum's foul bordered on being criminal. Bynum threw an intentional elbow to the ribs of J osea Bare a. The Lakers have been one of the NBA's premier teams. They have had some great players. The organization has always been classy. They sure did not look like it in the "sweep!" Plant's Mike Phillips Will Be Missed z Plant High School veteran i= basketball coach, Mike Phillips has been relieved of 5 his head basketball coaching m duties at the school. ....1 Coach Phillips will surely be missed. He is truly one of i= z w tn a: 0 ..... LL. Get A Quote @ www.olinmott.com --IIIII OLINMOTT TIRE /Ill/STORES EAST TAMPA (813) 237-3946 3741 E. HIUSBOROUGH AVE. NORTH TAMPA (813) 936-3164 10103 N FLORIDA AVE. WEST TAMPA (813) 26:H183 1119 WEST KENNEDY BLVD TBIPI..E TBIIIAC (813) 9110-0220 8850 N. 56TH ST. BRANDON (813) 6116-2101 528 W. BRANDON BLVD. PUNT CITY (813) 752-2388 302 PALMER ST. sports good guys. Coach Phillips' problems come from an alleged player recruiting violation. Most believe that the violation was not intentional, but rather an honest mistake. Coach Phillips is the win ningest coach in Plant High's history. He was a personable, hard-working coach who had a genuine concern for his players. CQach Phillips will rise again somewhere. He is too good of a person and too good of a coach not to return to coaching somewhere. Was This Kobe's Last Year Coach Phil Jackson of the Los Angeles Lakers has said this is his last year of coaching. Rumors are begin ning to circulate that this will also be Kobe Bryant's last year of playing. The question is, was last year Kobe's swan song? I say no. Kobe is still arguably the best player in the game today. Kobe can still play, and he just needs to play another year. He didn't like the way last season ended, he didn't like the loss and he didn't like the conduct of some of his teammates. Kobe will be back next year. Your Tire Headquarters For. t*P:BU'' BFGoodrlctj .UMROYAC. We EmploJIIe A ASE CeriHied Teclmlolans .. Ask About 6 Months As Stop Looking! Come With Us! Or We'll Shop For You ... Wholesale/ Auction Prices Now Available To The Public. Grlftln & Sons 813-440-6440 25 Years Exp. PanthersWR Smith Clears Air On Trade Rumors Receiver Steve Smith says he hasn't demanded a trade but has asked the Carolina Panthers to be "in a competi tive situation." "These people that keep writing these articles, none of them have even spoken to me. What I want to do is be classy and not tip my cards, be respectful to the [Panthers] organization;" "It's not me saying, 'Yes, I want a trade.' It's still a family matter, and when my family feels it's the appropriate time, our actions will show how we feel." StUdVShows Nfl Plavers wore low-Rated Helmets WASHINGTON--Nearly 40 percent of NFL players last season wore a helmet model that got the secondlowest rating for reducing the risk of concussions in a study by Virginia Tech researchers. Riddell's VSR-4 helmet received just one star in a study of football helmets led by Virginia Tech professor of biomedical engineering Stefan Duma and released Tuesday. Another Riddell model --the Revolution Speed -was the only helmet that earned five stars, the top rating. Five models -two made by Riddell, two by Schutt and one by Xenith -received four stars. According to Riddell, 38 percent of NFL players wore the low-rated VSR-4 in 2010. The company also said 39 percent wore one of the vari ous models that fall under the Riddell Revolution name or the new Riddell360. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers Jerrv West, Magic Johnson 'Embarrassed' Bvlakers From left, Dallas Mavericks' Shawn Marion and Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Steve Blake react during a break in the action during the second half of Game 4 of a second-round NBA playoff basketball series, Sunday, May 8, 2011, in Dallas. The Mavericks won 122-86, sweeping the series. Not only did the Dallas Mavericks embarrass the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday, they embarrassed a couple of former Lakers stars. After the Mavericks fin ished off the sweep, Magic Johnson said that the Lakers "embarrassed the organization" and called the fouls on Lamar Odom and Andrew Bynum "classless." Ex-Lakers star and general manager Jerry West said that he "was a little bit embarrassed." "Not with the loss," West said. "But some of the things I saw on the floor which I thought were really just not something that a person that wears a Laker uniform should do." In the fourth quarter of Game 4, Dallas' J .J. Barea drove to the basket and Bynum leveled him with an elbow to the ribs. The Lakers center was immediately ejected and escorted off the floor. Odom was ejected mom ents earlier for a flagrant foul against Dirk Nowitzki. Mavweather Faces Hara'ssment Charges. lnlasveuas LAS VEGAS -Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. is facing new misdemeanor harassment charges accusing him of threatening two homeowner association security guards outside his Las Vegas home. The charges filed Thursday in Las Vegas stem from an October dispute over parking with guards in the gated community where the unde feated prizefighter lives. Mayweather already faces a September trial on a misde meanor battery charge stem ming from allegations that he poked a 21-year-old guard in the face during a separate argument over parking tickets in November. He also faces unrelated felony charges in a domestic argument with his ex-girlfriend and two of their children last year. The new charges allege FLOYD MAYWEATHER Mayweather threatened the guards after they cited several of his vehicles parked on the street in violation of association rules. According to a police report, guard Miguel Burgos told police that Mayweather approached him and co-worker Aaron Ryan after they cited cars and told them not to touch his vehicles.

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Sports Ex-NBA, Michigan Plaver 'Tractor Travlor Dies At 34 ROBERT "TRACTOR" TRAYLOR SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico-Robert Traylor, the former NBA and University of Michigan big man nicknamed "Tractor" because of his hulking frame, has died. He was 34. Described as a "gentle giant" with a generous smile, Traylor played seven years in the NBA. He is perhaps most remembered, however, for his career at Michigan, where he was a standout for three sea sons but, became embroiled in a major scandal involving a booster. Police in San Juan said Traylor was found dead Wednesday on the bedroom floor of his oceanfront apart ment. Police and Traylor's team, the Bayamon Cowboys, said he had been missing for a few days and apparently died from a heart attack. "He was a leader of the team," said Jose Car los Perez, the Cowboys' manag er. "He was very, very friendly. He got along very well with everyone. The fans loved him, idolized him Perez said that Traylor had been talking by phone to his wife in Chicago when the connection was suddenly cut off. She called team officials Wednesday and they checked on him, Perez said. The 6-foot-8, 300-pound Traylor was injured and had not been playing, the team said. Traylor was drafted by the Dallas Mavericks with the sixth pick in 1998, but they traded his rights to Milwaukee in a major deal that sent Dirk Nowitzki to Dallas. Traylor played for the Bucks in the first two seasons of an NBA career that included stops in Cleveland, Charlotte and New Orleans. Ochocinco Will Trv Bull Riding DULUTH, Ga.--Chad Ochocinco now is going to try bull riding. The Cincinnati CHAD Bengals OCHOCINCO receiver who earlier this year had a tryout with Sporting Kansas City of Major League Soccer, has accepted a challenge from Professional Bull Riders chief operating officer Sean Gleason to ride a bull at the LucasOil Invitational this weekend in Duluth. Ochocinco will earn $10,000 if he rides a bull If he can stay aboard for the required eight seconds, the PBR will give Ochocinco a new Ford F-150, as well as allow him to rename the bull. Gleason says Ochocinco is "a gifted athlete, but bull riding is a much different sport and climbing on the back of a bull in the chutes takes a little more than Twitter confidence, let alone calling for the gate [to open]." '0 ,. Flat White Paint #204 .............. $35.00 /5 Gal. fhterior Semi Gloss White #14 ..... $14.90 /Gal, 9" ....... ; ............................ $1 Brushes ....................................... 99. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Tiger To Make lniurv Return TIGER WOODS Tiger Woods returns to competition Thursday in THE PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. He has been idle since the Masters last month, when he tied for fourth despite playing with a left knee sprain and mild sprain of his left Achilles tendon in the final round. Following doctor's orders, Woods has rested his left leg, taken anti-inflammatories, used ice and had soft tis sue massage. He said is feeling much improved. However, his nine-hole round Tuesday on the back nine of the Stadium Course was his first since the final round of the Masters. Bvnum Banned 5 Games, Fined For Barea Foul EL SEGUN DO, Calif. -Lakers center Andrew Bynum has been suspended for the first ""'---:---....,., five games of ANDREW next season for BYNUM his flagrant foul on Dallas guard J .J. Barea in Los Angeles' final playoff game . The NBA announced the suspension Tuesday, two days after Bynum was ejected for the foul in the two-time defending champions' 36-point loss to the Mavericks in Game4. The NBA also fined Bynum $25,000 for "removing his jer sey and the manner in which he left the court." The infraction will cost him $702,272 overall, including the fine. Bynum expressed remorse for his actions Tuesday, saying his actions were terrible and unacceptable. "My actions ... don't represent me, my upbringing, this franchise or any of the Laker fans out there that want to watch us and want us to succeed," Bynum said. "Furthermore, and more importantly, I want to actually apologize to J .J. Barea for doing that. I'm just glad that he wasn't seriously injured in the event and all I can say is, I've looked at [the replay], it's terrible and it definitely won't be happening again. Charles Barkley stated the suspension is outrageous. "They y should have suspend ed him 2 games at the most Miami Ousts Boston, 91-81 MIAMI --For LeBron James, Game 5 last season against Boston was horrific. A year later, Game 5 was humbling. And he and the Miami Heat are halfway to an NBAchampionship, having finally found a way to vanquish the Celtics. Dwyane Wade scored 34 points, James added 33 including the game's last 10 in a spectacular closing flour ish, part of Miami's 16-o run over the final 4:15 -and the Heat beat the Celtics 97-87 on Wednesday night to win their Eastern Conference semifinal series in five games. When it was over, James knelt on the court, oblivious to the photographers who quickly surrounded him in Miami's celebration: "Everything went through my mind at that point," James said. "Finally getting LEBRON JAMES over this hump against this team. Everything I went through this summer, with 'The Decision' and deciding to come down here to be a part of this team ... because I knew how important team is Z to this sport ... and all the backlash I got from it. m r-Ill Saints' Bush Causes Stir With Lockout Tweets c: rrm :::! z "tl c: New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush stirred up controversy again Monday with his Twitter account. "Everybody complaining about the lockout! Shoot I'm making the most of it! Vacation, rest, relaxing, appearances here and there! I'm good!" he wrote. "Right about now we would be slav ing in 100 degree heat, practicing twice a day, while putting our bodies at risk for nothing." The tweet drew angry responses from many ofhis 1.6 million followers and Ill !: CJ) :I: m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c REGGIEBUSH )> prompted Bush to later dar-Z ify that he was joking. C "FYI last tweet was a joke! jJ Relax people damn it's called c sense of humor! Cry me a river why don't you .. :"

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Entertainment N M ,.... c a: LL c z w c w :I: CJ) ::j m :J a.. z i= w ...J ...J :J m ...J w Will Smith Criticized For $2 Million, 53 Foot Trailer On Set 01 'Men In Black 3' WILL SMITH And HIS TRAILER A trailer Will Smith is using while filming the third installment of "Men In Black" is drawing criticism from New York residents. The actor and father of three is currently filming in Manhattan alongside Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin, but instead of getting a warm welcome he's received complaints about his 53 foot trailer that fea tures a full-sized kitchen, cinema and meeting room. Additionally the trailer has a lounge bar, offices, a meeting room as well as a bedroom and bathroom. Local residents are re portedly livid about the ob struction, claiming that it's a nuisance. Smith has yet to com ment but officials from Sony Pictures Entertainment have assured resident s that they are "always respectful of the area residents and businesses." i a:: 0 ...J LL Chicago Mavor Names Street 'Oprah Winfrev Wav' CHICAGO Oprah Winfrey now has a street to call her own. 0 n Wednesday, Mayor Richard Daley, in one of his last official acts before he leaves office next week, stopped by her studio to re name a street outside Harpo Studios where Winfrey tapes her show "Oprah Winfrey Way." Winfrey is widely cred ited with helping transform a gritty part of the city into a thriving neighborhood, as her beige building with the giant silver '0' proved to be a magnet for young profes sionals and families. Winfrey is the latest of more than 1,000 celebrities, religious leaders and activists and others who have been honored with street signs in Chicago. Michael Jordan, Siskel and Ebert, Hugh Hefner and Frank Sinatra have been honored over the years --Sinatra twice as it turns out. NYC Jazz Musician Found Stabbed To Death NEW YORK -The New York City medical examiner's office says a jazz musician was stabbed to death before his body was stuffed into a storage chest in his home. Stanley Wright had wounds in his torso and neck, and his death was ruled a homicide Wednes day. He was reported miss ing by his family a day earlier. Police checked his Brooklyn home and found his body. Relatives say the 62-year old Wright once taught music at a Brooklyn middle STANLEY WRIGHT school and played at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Wright played the bass, piano and drums and gave lessons. Remembering Bob Marlev: 3 Decades After His Death May 11 marked the 30th anniversary of the death of iconic musical and Rastafar ian figure, Bob Marley. Marley rose to promi nence as the founding member of the reggae outfit The Wailing Wailers -eventu ally changed to Bob Marley and The Wailers-in the early sixties. The group would go on to establish themselves as one of Jamaica's hottest acts. After a brief stay in Amer ica and a rearranging of the group, Marley moved back to Jamaica and reformed the band, reestablishing them selves with wildly popular songs steeped in Rastafarian rhetoric. In 1980, after becoming the most significant reggae artist of all time, Marley BOB MARLEY was diagnosed with cancer. After battling the disease for eight months, Marley suc cumbed in a Miami hospital on May 11, 1981. However, his message of peace will for ever live on through his time less music.

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Entertainment jJ White House Defends waka Flocka Flame Whitnev Houston --Banned I -T C Cleared On F p -Sh s::: nv1te o ommon Gun charges rom r1nce ows COMMON WASHINGTON -The White House is standing by its decision to invite the rap per Common to participate in a poetry event despite con servative and other criticism that the musician has glori fied the killing of police offi cers with his lyrics. Spokesman Jay Carney says President Barack Obama has spoken out against violent and misogy nistic music lyrics. But Carney also said media reports about Common's participa tion in Tuesday night's East Room event distort what the rapper stands for. Carney says Common has earned praise for being a socially conscious rapper. He adds that Pres. Obama ap preciates Common's work trying to get children in their Chicago hometown inter ested in poetry. Republican strategist Karl Rove and 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin expressed dis pleasure at the White House for inviting Common. Garv Coleman Still Not Buried 1 Year After Death GARY COLEMAN It has been a year since actor Gary Coleman passed away, and his body still hasn't been given a proper burial. According to Coleman's manager Vic Perillo the burial money is tied up be tween Coleman's parents and widow. Perillo's statement reads: "This was not the proper and dignified manner to show respect for the magnificent talent the world 1V and film audience knew in Gary Coleman. This was not the send off he deserved." "Unfortunately we learn of the great works and noble deeds of a person upon their death and at their memorial. Gary's deeds and contribu tions to the entertainment industry and other endeav ours were overshadowed by the desire of the media to stay focused on the misfor tunes of his life and all the negatives." WAKAFLOCKA CHARLOTTE, l'JC -A prosecutor in North Carolina is dropping charges against six men in a shootout at a store where rapper Waka Flocka Flame had been talking with fans. A spokesman for the rap per said the shooting started after several men tried to take some of W aka Flocka Flame's jewelry. Prosecutors in Charlotte say there was no evidence of an attempted robbery. The six men had faced charges that include at tempted armed robbery, con spiracy -and discharging a gun into occupied property. Waka Flocka Flame's real name is Juaquin Malphurs. Jermaine Dupri Sued Over Child Support Pavments JERMAINE DUPRI An Atlanta-area woman is suing music producer Jermaine Dupri over missed child support payments. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Margaret Dorsey told Dupri in March to pay $2,500 a month and an additional $7,500 to Sarai Jones, based on the results of a paternity test. Jones' attorney, Randy Kessler, said Jones hopes that she and Dupri "can work together to co-parent their beautiful baby girl," who is 7 months old. Dupri's lawyer, James Kane, declined to comment. The lawsuit was filed at a time when Dupri is facing financial troubles. His man sion was up for foreclosure and set to be auctioned last week, but the sale was can celed at the last minute. Dupri owes the state more than $493,000 in back taxes for 2007. Based off his 2006 in come, Forbes.com said Dupri was one of hip-hop's top earners, taking home $12M. Whitney has lost her Prince privileges ... because sources say the Pur ple One's people became so fed up with her erratic be havior and constant ticket demands . that she is no longer allowed at his shows. Whitney allegedly at tended several Prince con certs in the last few weeks and appeared to be "intoxi cated" at each show. Whitney was allegedly constantly badgering Prince's staff to let her up on the stage, but Team Prince shot her down multi ple times because P's people "didn't want her to embar rass herself." Houston Voluntarily Enters Rehab NEW YORK--Whitney Houston is back in rehab. A representative for the superstar singer confirmed that Houston is undergo ing treatment. Kristen WHITNEY HOUSTON Foster says Houston is in an out-patient program for drug and alcohol treatment. She says it is a voluntary measure and part of Houston's "long-standing" re covery process. N 0 ...... ...... It's unclear how long Houston will be in rehab or where she's being treated; ., Foster had no further com-r-0 JJ ment. However, Houston has been visible recently: Last week, she sang on stage with Chaka Khan during Prince's concert in Los Angeles. en m z :j z m r-aJ Akon Spends $50,000 At Strip Club c: r r-z "'tl c: m r-While he's no Rick Ross dropping $1 million in Miami's King Of Diamonds, rapper Akon recently re vealed that he spent over $50,000 in a Rhode Island strip club. "I did that because art other strip club wouldn't let me in ... they said if you come with an out of state I.D. you have to come with a backup. I never heard that in my A.KON u;:::1: m 0 m < m -t c: m en life![ ... ] So J said no problem, I'll take my business some-)> where else." z 0

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MS. CHARLIE MAE BROWN 'CHARLENE' Homegoing services for Ms. Charlie Mae Brown, "Charlene," of 1411 E. Mohawk Street, who passed away Sunday, May 8, 2011, will be held Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 2:30 p. m. at College Hill Church Of God In Christ, 6414 N. 30th Street, Elder Charles Davis, pastor, with Pastor Tony Woods, presiding, and Elder A: L. Wingfield, eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Charlie Mae Brown was born June 19, 1961, in Ft. Myers, FL. She was affectionately known as "Charlene." Charlie Mae was a Jehovah Witness and will be missed by all who knew her. i She was preceded in death by her brother, James Brown, Sr. She leaves to cherish her memories: children, Garica Mitchell and Stephanie Mitchell, both of Tampa, Joy Brown of Arcadia, FL, Leviticus, Taevon and Tyvon Brown, all of Tampa; grandchildren, Corey Anthony, Zorey Cotton, Miracle Mitchell, Kayteonah Coney and Mar'Syriah Davis; mother, Lela Mae Howard; father, Charlie Brown; brother, Johnnie Dixon; sisters, Verola Williams 1\nd husband, Lou, Stephanie Sanders (Calvin Murry), Tammy Nails and Gloria Bridges (Harold); aunt, Robbie Mack; nieces, Lynn Harley, Elvene Howard, Shonique and Mon_ique Williams, Trikey and Antoinette Sanders and Toryanna Luke; nephews, Ashley Sanders, Jr., Akeem Sanders, Johnnie Young, Jr., Lorenzo Luke, Jr:, and Jim Brown, and a host of other nephews; cousin, Mozell Underwood, and a host of other cousins; special friend, Leo Robinson; friends, Debra Earsley, Sis. Tonja Cobb, Sis. Poncell and Carolyn Baker; and a host of other relatives and sorrowing friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral.Home on Friday, May 13, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from s-6 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service at 2:15 p. m. on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME IN MEMORIAM QUINTIN EVERETT Gone, but never forgotten. We love you. The family. MR. JULIUS LEE DANIELS, II A visitation will be held for Mr. Julius Lee Daniels, II, of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, May 8, 2011, at Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., on Friday, May 14, 2011, from s-Sp. m. Mr. Daniels was born in Tampa, on March 19, 1942. He attended Meachan1 Elementary, Booker T. Washington and Middleton High School. He was a sports fanatic. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Julius Daniels, Sr., and Willie Mae Daniels; and sons, Bobby Lee Davis and Julius Lee Daniels, III. He leaves to cherish his memories: his wife; Janis Daniels; children, Deborah Robinson (Freddie) and Barbara Ann Harmon, all of Tampa; stepchildren, Ecedro Lindquist, Virgin Islands, Octave Seraphin, Jasmine Seraphin and Aldith Seraphin; a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren; sisters, Mattie Daniels, Tampa, and Betty Waters, St. Petersburg, FL; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME W BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM liB MRS. BEATRICE LASING 5/14/1921-1/18/2010 You left a void in our hearts, but your memories remain with us. We love and miss you. Your husband, Edmund; children, Bettye, Barbara, James Leavertis, James Leroy, Sheryl, Sharre) and Rodney; and your dren, great grands, atgreat grands and the en re family. MR. JOHNNY 'BUCK' WHALEY Funeral services for Mr. Johnny Whaley who passed away on Thursday, May 5, 2011, will be held on Saturday, May' 14, 2011, at 11 a. m. at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 E. Chipco, Tampa, Dr. Bartholomew Banks, pastor, officiating. Johnny Whaley was born January 17, 1959, in St. Petersburg, FL. He graduated from Northeast High School and later joined the United States Army. He served proudly for 10 years. Upon discharge from the Army, he attended Tampa Technical Institute and graduated with an Associate Degree in Applied Science on October 4, 1991. He then pursued a career as the "BEST" barber in Hillsborough and Pinellas County. He was also affiliated and a proud member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 10174 He was preceded in death by: his parents, Robert and Mary Whaley; brothers, Robert Whaley, Gregory Bush and Ricky Turner; sister, Betty Joyce Whaley; and uncle, James Dixon. He leaves to cherish his memories: his loving wife, Linda Shelton Whaley; son, Jaelin Whaley; daughters, Stephanie (Marvin) Phillips, Christa Whaley, Aneatria Whaley, Whitney Niblack and Bretiyana Taylor; brothers, Steven (Heather) Whaley, Michael (Emily) Whaley; Tony (Cynthiz) Merrill and Bobby Whaley; step-brother, Lee Anthony Boykins; sisters, Janice (Jonnie) Walker, Tammy Maher and Rhonda Whaley; grandchildren, Victoria, Brianna and Andrew Phillips; aunts, Ann Dixon, Ruby Turner, Martha Harris and Mary King (DW), Vienna, GA; mother-inlaw, Mary Levette, sister-in-law, -Tanya Jackson-Akbar; and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, May 13, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. Family will receive friends from 7"8 p. m. Fanilly and friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a. m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME CRISIS FUNERAL p fREMA'!lON RICES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626 JAMES HARMON LFD . 5002 N 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 MRS. WILLIE RUTH TURNER Mrs. Willie Ruth Turner fought a good fight and her course in now finished. She entered into bright glory Wednesday, May 4, 2011. Mrs. Turner's celebration of life will take place Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 11 a. m. at The Greater New Salem P. B. Church, 1605 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, 33602, Elder Theodis Lane, pastor, will officiate. Burial will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Turner was born in Atlanta, GA, on May 5, 1929, to Willie and Nancy Brinkley. Mrs. Turner was preceded in death by: her aunt/mom, Ethel Alford; sister, Dorothy Frierson; daughter, Willie Hazel Thomas; son, Franklin Turner; and grandson, Eddie Thomas, III. Mrs. Turner leaves precious memories with: her children, Roosevelt Turner (Cynthia), Marcia Turner and Stephanie T. Warmack (Harold); grandchildren, Jacqueline Thomas, Cassandra Hagood (Kenny) of Illinois, Michelle Goodwine (Rodney) of Japan, Gerard Grady, Sarah Turner, Danitra Thompson, Delron and Delray Turner, Viola Turner, O'Shaun Young, Franklin Turner, Jomesha Curry (Desmond), Johnas Tillman, III (Michelle) and Tommy Warmck, II; great grandchildren, Joseph Jefferson, Ayeisha E. Jefferson, Keith Smith, Anthony Raines, Khayle and Khamani Hagood, Eddie Thomas, IV, Lillian, Edward and Edwin Devine, Rodney and Maya Goodwine, -Gerard and Geriya Grady, Shacaara, Leeman, Ni'Dericka, Razayah Turner, Ke'naye, Khaniya, J asmine Thompson, O'Shaun, Jr., Re'Jeanae, J'Shaun Young, Jovan Turner, Desjon, Marcia and Dejora Curry, Mikayla and Johnas Tillman, IV; niece, Jacquelyn Barr; great niece, Jameisha Scott; nephew, Janies .Rogers (Florence); great nephews, Gerald Rogers (Charlene) and Clarence goddaughters, Altamaria Alexander, Neonkita Frazier and Barbara Ghee; daughter-in-. law, Gloria Turner; family and friends and relatives in Atlanta, GA; the Wilson, Young, Thomas, Lampkin and Neal fanillies; and Greater New Salem P. -B. Church family. The viewing will be held at The Greater. New Salem P. B. Church on Friday, May 13 2011, from 6-8 p. m. Fanilly and friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a . m. for the service. Arrangements entrusted to Jackson Funeral Home. "A JACKSON SERVICE" MS. CYNTHIA POWELL AGEE Ms. Cynthia Powell Agee of Tampa, passed away Thursday, Mays, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 10 a. m. at Heritage Christian Community Baptist Church, 14801 North 15th Street, Lutz, FL, with Pastor D. Cain, officiating. Cynthia Powell-Agee was born in Tampa, on August 3, 1962, to Mose and Rebecca Powell. She graduated from Leto Senior High School and com.l pleted the nursing program at Hillsborough Community College. She was the Director of Nursing at Habana Health Care Center. She joined Heritage Christian Community Baptist Church in 2007, and was a part of the Nursing and Health Ministry. Cynthia was preceded in death by: her beloved mother, Rebecca Gibson Powell; nephew, Jamahl Wilson; and sister, Rhonda Canady. She leaves to cherish her memory: her daughters, Niyelle Agee and Niya Hawkins (Lass); grandchildren, Niyasia, Lazaili and Lassareth Hawkins; a loving father, Mose Powell, Jr.; aunts, Martha Clarke (Port Charlotte) and Susie Brown (Tallahassee); uncles, Rudolph Powell (Jacksonville) and Gregory Powell (Tallahassee); two brothers, Maurice Powell (wife, Janet) and AmalU Powell (wife, Donna); two sisters, Phillipa Powell Robertson and Beverly Powell; nieces and nephews, Joseph White (wife, Cecelia), Michelle White, Adria Powell, Flennoy Powell (wife, Katrina), Glennoy Powell, Elijah Powell, Janet Powell, Eric Wilson, David Canady, Nandia Powell, Castia LaBarbera (Mark), and Delilah Powell; and a host of other loving family and ...... w I'IJ 0 ....... ...... 'TI I"'" 0 lJ c )> (J) m z :::::t z m I"'" m c: I"'" I"'" m :::::t z 'tJ c: m c (J) :I: m c m < m -4' c: m (J) c The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, May 13, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. 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.,... Funerals/Memoriams C") ,... c a: LL c z < c en w 1-ft w > w c w :I: en ::i m a. z w ...1 ...1 m ...I w z z w en < c a: 0 ...1 LL MRS. ERMA JEAN EDWARDS GOODWIN Mrs. Erma Jean Edwards Goodwin of Tampa, passed away Thursday, May 5, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Gibbs, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Erma Jean Edwards Goodwin was a native of Tampa, and a lifetime resident. She attended schools in Washington, D. C. and Hillsborough County and graduated from Middleton High School in 1958. She was a member of St. John Progressive Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. F. G. Hilton. She was employed as an assembly plant operator at Graybar Enterprises. She leaves to cherish her memory: her husband, Mose E. Goodwin; her loving and devoted mother, Mrs. Eunive Massey; 3 daughters, Sharon Evans and husband, Danny, Kim Goodwin and Chevon Nunn; 3 sons, Rawn Goodwin and wife, Angela, Darryl Goodwin, Brian Goodwin and wife, Hope; 2 stepbrothers, Dwight Massey and Willie Massey, Jr. and wife, Mildred; stepsister, Cynthia Epps; 12 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren; and .a host of special friends, family members and other loving relatives. The remains will repose after 5 p. m;, Friday, May 13; 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301.N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralbome.com. SHE Will BE MISSED MS. CHRISTINE PATRICIA ARLINE Tampa will miss, Ms. Christine Patricia Arline dearly. She was a loving mother, sister, and friend. She was always willing to help anyone She opened her home and heart to everyone. Always the life of the party, Ms. Arline was caring, loving, and cherished her children. She leaves behind: five children, Mi0 Cody, Ryan, Troy and, Casey-Rae. Please keep the family in your prayers. For more info on funeral arrangements please contact Harmon Funeral Home at (813) MASTER SERGEANT (MSGT.) EUGENE DENSON GRADY, SR .. Homegoing service for Master Sergeant (MSGT.) Eugene Denson Grady, Sr. of Spring Hill, FL, who passed away Thursday, May 5 2011, will be held Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 East Ellicott Street, Tampa, Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, pastor, MacDill Air Force Base Chaplain Lieutenant Colonel Walter W. Bean will deliver the eulogy. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Grady was born on September 23, 1961, to Ulysses Grady and Beatrice Louise Grady in Tampa. He attended the public schools in Tampa. He accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior as a young child and was baptized by Rev. M. C. Johnson at First Baptist Church, West Tampa. Later, he joined New Hope Missionary Baptist Church under Pastor Rev. T. Jenkins. Mr. Grady started his career in the United States Army. He enlisted in 1980 and spent 5 years on active military duty in the field of communications. In 1993, he continued service in the United States Army Reserve until1998, also working in the communications field. In 1999, he enlisted in the 290th Joint Communications Support Squadron, Florida Air National Guard, MacDill Air Force Base. During the past 20 years, he has held various positions and assignments in the communications career field. He has deployed to over twenty exercises and real world contingency operations. He completed college course work with the Community College of the Air Force and Grantham University. MSGT. Grady has received many commendations and medals for his exceptional technical skills and knowledge. He was preceded in death by: his father, Ulysses Grady, Sr.; brother, Leon (Roy) Grady, Sr.; maternal grandmother, Beatrice Denson; maternal grandfather, paternal grandmother and paternal grandfather. He leaves to cherish treasured memories: his devotedwife, Diahann; his children, Thomas Grady (Abena), Tekeya Grady, Eugene Denson Grady, Jr., Private Darelle Grady (Salem) of Germany, Jaden Grady, and Mya Grady; stepson, Devin Brazelton; grandchildren, Abreana Henry, Tonisha Grady, Ty'Zayhra Grady, Ty'Kavon Grady, Ty'Zayah Vereen, Zachariah Vereen, and Emerald Grady; a loving and vecy devoted mother, Beatrice Louise Grady; brothers, Ulysses Grady, Jr. (Tonia) of Atlanta, GA, and Joseph Grady; sisters, Deborah Sheehy (Dr. Paul Sheehy) and Madlyn Grady; and a host of aunts, uncles, niecesz nephews, other family members, and friends; special support friends, the doctors, nurses, and staff at Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa General, and MacDill Air Force Base. The remains will repose at New Missionary Ba.P,tist Church m Tampa, on Fnday, May 13,' 2011, from 6-8 p. m. The familf will receive friends during this time. Family and friends are asked to meet at the chilrch on Saturday at 10:30 a. m. for the service. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. MRS. BETfY JEAN MCKENZIE Mrs. Betty Jean McKenzie of Tampa, passed away Thursday, April 28, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Minister Nathaniel Jerome Kelly, officiating. Mrs. Betty Jean McKenzie was born August 10, 1943, to the late Beatrice (Maynard) and J. C. Holmes in Thomasville, Georgia. Betty moved to Tampa at a young age. She attended schools here in Tampa. She leaves her precious memories in the hearts of: her dear and loving husband, Frank McKenzie; son, Bruce Trim of Atlanta, GAi 2 sisters, Jeri and husband, Chico and Lillian; 2 brothers, David and wife, Rebecca and James and wife, Carolyn, all of Tampa; stepchildren, Rhudine and Roger McKenzie, Zelwanda, Greg and Michael White; sisters-in-law, Evelyn Gant, Johnnie Mae Johnson, Shirley Fason and husband, James of Jacksonville, FL, Jeanette Rice, Twanda Andrades and husband, Robert, Lois Holt, Alma Holt, Pearl Harris and Jane Gilette and husband, brothers-in-law, Curtis McKenzie, Adam (Pop) McKenzie and Kenneth Holt and wife, Gail; aunt-in-law, Maggie McKenzie; a special cousiri-in-law, Herbert L. Ashwood; nieces and nephews, Yolanda, Tammy, Beatrice, Annette, Nikie, Arrie, James, Greg, Troe, Donald, Jerone, David, Cathleen, Cyn_ t (Melvin), Debra, Jerome (Anita), Nechole (Ron), Charlotte, Darlene, Valerie, Tammy, Angela, Lakeshia, Erica, Roche', Michelle, Sedrick, J)enise, Johnny, Joseph, Jennifer and Deidra; special friends, Jerleen Anderson and lnezes Brister (Little Mama) ; and a host of other sorrowing nieces, nephews, corisins and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, May 13, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owriers. www.raywilliamsfu-neralhome.com. uA Family's Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street -(813) 239-3101 JIMMIE JACKSON ... Owner MRS. EVE CHERRIE WILLIAMS DOBY A celebration of life for Mrs. Eve Cherrie Williams Doby of Tampa, who entered into eternal life on Sunday, May 8, 2011, will be held Saturday, May 14; 2011, at 11 a. m. at the Thirty Fourth Street Church Of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Tampa. Reverend Thomas Scott, pastor, with Bishop Samuel Phillips, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Cherrie, as she was fondly called, was well known and well received in the community, and she was loved by many. She touched the lives of many young people, most notably during her employment with the Boys and Girls Club of Tampa Bay (Ybor). She was well known for her extraordinary baking and cooking skills. Mrs. Doby was born January 1 1938, to Ras lloyd and Emmer Williams in Tampa. She accepted Christ at an early age, and she wa5 baptized at St. Luke A. M. E. Church. She was a graduate of Middleton High School, class of 1955 and was very active in her class reunion's organization. Mrs. Doby received her college education at Hillsborough Community College. She was also a licensed Notary Republic. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Ras and Emmer Williams; brother, Sebron Williams; stepfather, James Saunders, and her beloved son, Darrell Sebron Doby, Sr. She leaves to cherish loving memories: a close and loving companion, Pierce Dennis; children, Chandra Doby-Keitt (Ivan), Kerry Doby, Alvin Doby (Kimberly), Ava Doby (Jerome), and Piercesene Doby; grandchildren, Dwight Miller, Jr., Talisba Doby, Vermont Doby, Quinton Pate, Darrell Doby, Jr., Addidas Doby, Antoine DobyMorris, Chafonda Doby and Derron Doby; great grandchildren, Brandon Roberts, Damian Miller, Zachary Miller, Demetrius Miller, Tashana, Brianna, La'Shai, Maurice, Qwa'zina and Elesha; dear friends, Mrs. Hattie Mae Stokes, Ms. Nereatha. Clark, Ms. Cynthia Jackson, and Mr Boille; and many other grieving relatives and friends. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p. m., Friday, May 13, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approxi_mately 10:45 a. m., SaturdaY "A WILSON SERVICE" www,wilsop-furieralhOme.com Has Immediate Death Benefit $25,000 FOr Each Person. You May Qualify Even If You Have A Health Condition -. No Charge For Thillnfonnatlon. To See If You Qualify can SONYA R. HARMON 0 813-735-8781 Service Avallble. MR. DONALD .MOBLEY Funeral services for Mr. Donald Mobley of Tampa, will be held Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., with Pastor Rudy Burney, officiating. Interment will be made in Antioch Cemetery, Camilla, Georgia. Mr. Donald Mobley was born February 5, 1952, in Camilla, Georgia to Mr. and Mrs. Jody (Rosa Lee) Mobley. He was a longtime resident of Tampa, and attended tlie public of Hillsborough County. Mr. Mobley was retired from the University of South Florida . He was called home to be with our Heavenly Father on May 7, 2 011, at University Community Hospital. Mr. Mobley was preceded in death by: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jody (Rosa Lee) Mobley; brother, Bobby Ross; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Patterson (Nellie) Hill; and grandson, Antonio Williams. He leaves to mourn: his wife, Sheryl Haynes; 2 daughters, Miranda Mobley and Milinda Mobley; son, Donovon Powell and wife; 10 grandchildren, Torrence, Anthony, Jr., Shavi, Za:y, Antonyo, Ciauney, Jayson, G'naviyha, G'montae and G'mariyon; 3 sisters,._Margaret. Richardson, Seketha Washington '(Michael Coleman), and Vanessa Washington (Donald Steadman); 2 brothers, Willie Mobley and wife, Rose Mobley, and Vernon and Gosette Brodnax; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and devoted friends. The viewing will be held. Friday, May 13, 2011, from 5-9 p m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Horp.e, -aooo N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" wwwwilson-fuoeralhome.com DEATH ANNO_UNCEMENT MR. .JOHNSON... Mr. Elijalt Johnson of 11440 Pruett Seffner,_ away Monday, May 8, 2011, held Saturday, May 14, 2011; at 3 p. m. at Greater Harvest MinIStries, 18aoHoridaAvenue, Quincy, FL, 32351. The famlly can be contacted at (813) .

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Memoriams JANNIE BROOKS-SHERRY MOM IN MAY May is so full of incredible memories of you: your birthday, Mother's Day and your going home. It is with the mosl precious thoughts that we all remember you ... Sometimes with tears, sometimes we smile, and sometimes we really laugh out loud. We miss hearing your voice, but the soft inner voice always comes to us. We miss your arms hugging us, but cannot forget your loving embrace. It has been a year since you've been gone (May 2010) ... We now remember you with less tears, more smiles and sometimes we laugh out loud. Your loving, blended and extended family ... Sherry, Brooks, Flemming, Castillo, Miller, Barker, Parker, Towler, Daniel, Snow, Butler, Gaye, Bastian and Mims. IN MEMORIAM MILDRED A. LAKES 1/1/26-5/19/94 We love and miss you. Your children: Narvell Mitchell, Dorothy Smitli, Jane Gilbert, James Gilbert, Ronald Mitchell. Virginia Coward, Josie Arnold and Jinnitta Lakes. May is Stroke Awareness Month. IN MEMORIAM MOTHER THELMA RIVERS 'PRAYER WARRIOR' May 5, 1926 -May 13, 2009 Absent from the body, present with the Lord, is our consolation for this "great" hurt and void we feel. Love, your children, grands and spiritual children. HAPPY BIRTHDAY OUR QUEEN! JUANITA M. ROBY You are truly missed, but your spirit still lives within. Always and forever in hearts! Love, family. .IN MEMORY OF MRS. MARRIETTA JOHNSON 1/5/1905-5/12/2002 Just as the sun will set, then rise with each and every dawn, the souls of those who lived life well, eternally live on. Now that the sun has set on one so very dear, please know a soul who lived so well remains forever near. The Clark and Everett families. IN MEMORIAM MR. WILLIAM LUCKY NORTON Alpha: March 13, 1953 Omega: May 7, 2009 If butterflies could fly to heaven, they would bring our love to you ... and your right back to us. We love and miss you. Your family. HAPPY BElATED BIRTHDAY AND MOTHER'S DAY MEMORIAM MOTHER EV ANG. EMMA REBECCA BOGAN WILLIAMS Sunrise: 4-26-1919 Sunset: 5-3-2008 It seems like yesterday, it's been three years. We miss you greatly and think of you daily and love you dearly. Your oldest daughter living, Evang. Bettie Bogan Viverette; children, grandchildren and great grands. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM 'BIGJENN' Happy birthday, Big Jenn. i'oday is your day .and :We )Y.st want. to wish you love on your day. . From, Rachel Shawlette, and mom. ., r 0 ::!:! c )> en m z ::t z m r tD c: r r m ::t z ., c: tD r c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., :a c C) m 1\) ..... I )>

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,-r-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Cards of Thanks/Funerals THANKS >=<( C The family of Elizabeth a: Hansley would like to thank U.. the many friends and neighbors for their prayers, cards and phone calls during our time of bereavement. c a: u.. We would also like to send a special thank you to Ray Williams Funeral Home for their. excellent service, as well as Tampa General Hospital. CARD OF THANKS The family of Master Tyriq Antwun Ammons would like to express our appreciation and thank everyone for their condolences, cards and support during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Aunt Louisiana Williams, Cathedral of Faith Church and the Aikens Funeral Home staff. ELIZABETH HANSLEY MASTER TYRIQ ANIWUN AMMONS c z <( CARD OF THANKS c .en w I-ii: w > w c w ::z::: en ::::; m ll. z i= w _. _. m _. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 _. u.. Perhaps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray, if so, we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. ferhaps you not there at all, just thought of us t:J.tatday. Whatever you did to console our. hearts, we, the family of late, Bro. Homer James Hemmingway thank you so very much, whatever the part in showing our loved one touched your hearts. Special thank you to: Mt. Zion-A. -M. E. Church of Riverview, FL, Pastor Dwayne Gaddis; First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Pastor Rayford Harper; Don Thomp. sonfJUake High School Abiilini Choir and Mt. Zion A. M. E. Choir, the Tampa Legends, .of Rogers Park Golf and Country Club, Palma Ceia Country Club, Floyd Riv'ei's, other various friends : .:!. BRO. HOMER JAMES HEMMINGWAY throughout the Tampa Bay area, and Ray Williams Funeral Home staff. The HemmingW-ay and Fells families. MS. CHRISTINE PATRICIA ARLINE Homegolng services for Ms. Christine Patricia Arline, who passed away on May 5, 2011, will be held Saturday May 14, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Brown's Memorial C.O.G.I.C., 2321 E. 27th Avenue, with the pastor, Bishop Matthew Williams, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Christine was a well known native of Tampa. She was a Bartender for many years. Ms. Arline was a graduate of Plant High School. She leaves to cherish her memory: 5 children, Mio Arline (Latoya), Cody Sherman (Jennifer), Ryan Arline, Troy Bexley, Jr., and Casey-Rae Arline; grandchildren, Raheem, Myatta, Chassidy, Charridy and Mya Arline; a host of other devoted family members and friends. Visitation for Ms. Christine Arline will be held Friday .evening from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p.m. Friends attending the homegoing services are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL MR. JOSE FORTUNA Homegoing services for Mr. Jose Fortuna, who passed away on May 11, 2011, will be held Friday morning at 11 a. m. at Har-. in on Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, with a local mmis. ter, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Fortuna WW! suryived by: a loving and devoted wife, Mrs. Belgica Fortuna; his very caring children, and other sorrowing, family members. Visitation for Mr. Jose Fortuna will be held Thursday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Har-.MR. HERMAN JAMES ROBERTS Homegoing services for Mr. Herman James Roberts, Sr., who passed away on May 4, 2011, will be held Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 2 p. m. at New Hope Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott St., Tampa, 33610, with the pastor, Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, officiating. Interment will be madf; at Rest Haven Mr. Herman James Roberts was a retired City of Tampa employee. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jim Roberts and Annie Rose Roberts. He leaves to cherish his memory: three daughters, JoLinda Louis and husband, Wesley, Annie Harvin and husband, James, and Sherri Williams and friend, Joseph; three sons, Herman James Roberts, Jr. and friend, Carla, Terry Doe, Jr., and Larry Leroy Williams; sonin-heart, Rick "Big Bird" Byrd; 9 siblings; 18 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren; a host of friends and acquaintances. Visitation for Mr. Herman James Roberts, Sr. will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. Flj.ends attendi1;1g the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church at 1:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL National MS. MARGIE MAE GROOVER WRIGHT Ms. Mae Groover Wright was born on May to, 1926, in Greenville, FL, to the late Minnie Jackson Groover and the late Washington Groover. Ms. Wright was the oldest of five children born ofher mother Minnie, of which she was preceded in death by three of them. She attended school in Greenville, FL. She married the late Leonard Wright in the late 1940s, and in the 1950s she moved to Tampa where she lived ever since. She was employed as a domestic worker until her retirement in 1999 She was a faithful and longtiJ!le member of Friendship M. B. Church of Tampa. On Saturday, May 7, 2011, Ms. Wright left her earthly remains and entered into eternal rest. She is survived by: 3 soils, Curtis Wright, Sr., Harold Wright (Nadirah), and Carlton Wright; 2 daughters; Phyliss Wright and Patricia Smith (Harold); 5 :grandchildren, Lundria Blair (Melvin, Sr.), Cheri Wright; Curtis 'Jr., Michaeland Marjorie; 4 great .. Jaleesa Blair, Melviil Blmr,_Jr., Melisa Blair, and MelVina Blairi grandchild, Alivia Blair-Bryant; sister, Minnie Lee Crumity; devoted nieces;: Brenda Cruniity/ and 'Cat' Louis;_ m imy nieces, nephews; and other rel,, Poll: President .Obama Approval Hits 60 Percent President Obama greets well wishers stepping off Air Force One at Austin Bergstrom International Airport in Austin, Texas, Tuesday, .May 10, 2011, for Democratic National Committee campaign fundraising events. WASHINGTON -Presi-mon Funeral Home. dent Barack Obama's ap proval rating has hit its highest point in two years -6o percent and more than half of Amer icans now say he deserves to be re-elected, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll taken after U.S. forces killed leader Osama bin Laden. dential election caused the overall .. uptick in support by sliding back to Obama after for much of the past twc;> years. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the funeral home' at 1 _0:45a;m A HARMON BURIAL. .The Voice of. Our Community Speaking for It$ezr: .. (813) In worrisome signs for Re publicans, the president's standing improved not just on foreign policy but also on the economy, and independent Americans -a key voting bloc in the November 2012 presi. majorities of the public now call Obama' a. strong leader who will keep America safe. Nearly three-fourths -73 percent also now say they are confident that Obama can effectively handle terrorist threats. And he improved his standing on Afghanistan; Iraq and the United relationships with other countries. I

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Crime Detectives Search For Armed Carjacker JAMES WILLIAMS Wanted for cai:jacking On May 10th, Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies report that at 3:30 a. m., Romel Calledo was sitting in his pickup truck at the drive thru of a Sonic Restaurant on Bearss Avenue when a man armed with a large stick approached the driver's side window. That man, later identified as James Williams, 23, allegedly demanded that Calledo hand over the truck while threatening him with the stick. Calledo tried to drive away, but Williams began striking him through the window. Calledo fled through the passenger side of his truck while Williams climbed into the driver's seat. Calledo climbed back into his truck through the passenger side and began to kick Williams in the head. Williams reportedly fled from the truck and ran while Calledo took Williams' stick and chased him for a short distance before letting him go. Deputies said 25 minutes later, Williams approached a second vehicle with a woman sitting in her vehicle. Williams reportedly demanded her vehicle and when she refused, he began to beat her with a tree branch. Williams overpowered the woman and she was thrown from her vehicle. Williams then fled into Pasco County. Deputies said 45 minutes later, they located the woman's vehicle at a Circle K on Hale Road. Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Williams is asked to call the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office at (813) 2478200. BoJfriend Charged With Fracturing Skull 01 11-Month-Oid / KARMON WATKINS LARGO Largo Police have arrested a 21-year-old man accused of fracturing an 11-month-old boy's skull after shoving him into a wooden headboard while he was s\MlJIJC\ s JUIUL\IO!IT SIL\DWil!Kl.'l 18131 248-1921 briefly watching him for his girlfriend Tuesday. Police said Karmon Watkins' girlfriend had gone to the store for about 90 minutes. When she returned home, Watkins told her the baby was sick and had been vomiting. The infant's mother noticed the. child was very lethargic and continued vomiting. Watkins and the boy's mother took the baby to a hospital. They were told he had multiple skull fractures and brain swelling. Watkins reportedly told police he shoved the baby into a headboard in the bedroom of their apartment because he wouldn't stop cry ing. Police said the boy was kneeling on the bed close to the headboard when Watkins shoved hiin. The back of his head hit the head board, police said. The boy was still in the hos pital and no information was released on his condition. Watkins was charged with aggravated child abuse and is being held in lieu of $1oo,ooo bail. Tampa Bav Buc Arrested For Marijuana Possession ARCILLA ALEXANDER MAGEE Tampa Bay Buccaneer defensive end, Arcilla Alexander Magee, 24, was charged Tuesday evening with misdemeanor marijuana possession. According to a report, a Tampa Police officer conduct ed a traffic stop on a vehicle for having an expired tag. The stop revealed the driver to be Magee. The officer reported that during the investigation, the strong odor of marijuana was detected coming from the inside of the vehicle. A subse quent search revealed a misdemeanor amount of marijuana Magee was charged with possession of marijuana and driving with an expired tag greater than 6 months. Student Charged With Mariiuana Possession CONRAD JONES The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that on May 11th at Wharton High School, a school official noticed a strong odor of marijuana on a student that was late for school. A search of the student's vehicle resulted in the discov ery of 11 individual packages of marijuana, another sandwich size baggie half full of marijuana, a scale and rolling papers. Conrad Alexander Jones, 17, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of drug para phernalia. The total weight of the marijuana was 40. 7 grams. Convicted Rapist Gets lite Sentence On Thursday morning, a judge sentenced convicted rapist Tommy Lee Sailor to life in prison without the pos sibility of parole. Judge Chet Tharpe handed down the life sentence, plus an additional 15 years for being a repeat offender. It took a jury 16 minutes to find Sailor guilty of rape in April. Jurors listened to a 9-1-1 call made from a woman while she was being sexually assaulted hours before the verdict was handed down Tampa Police said Sailor met the woman at a bar on New Year's Day in 2010 and offered to take her home. However, detectives said he took her to his home and sex ually assaulted her. A dispatcher with the Tampa Police Department said she TOMMY LEE SAILOR was trained not to talk or say anything if someone called g1-1 and she could hear screaming. The dispatcher along with her supervisor lis tened in on the call and were able to trace the call to Sailor's house. Sailor was convicted of rape in two other cases and was out on parole at the time of the attack. Familv Of Five loses Evervthing In Fire ST. PETERSBURG-In what officials are calling a case of arson, a woman and her four children lost everything in a house fire late Tuesday. According to the St. when the fire broke out in their home in the 1200 block of Upton Court, South. Officials said the home is a ...... (..) I\) 0 ...... ...... Petersburg Fire Department, the fire started on the front porch of the home and quick ly spread. 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY,MAY13,2011 B There was plenty of fun, food and activities at the Jackson Heights NFL YET Center. There were lots of activities for the entire family (Photography by BRUNSON) Essie Sims and Veda Virgil at the Eggstravaganza. Kenya Lane, Gabryelle Lane, Matthew Wilson, Madison Walker and Miyah Williams. Diedrea Anthony, NFL"YET Director, former Tampa Bay Buccaneer, Frank Murphy, owner of Power Body Workout DVD for women, and Zakai Anthony. Daughters of Diversity #2oo: Tina Merrick, Stephanie Brown, Showanda Darns, Felteena Williams; and in the rear, Charlotte Stanford and Nikki-Nicole Washington. J September Brown attended the event. Shalanda Dye prepared goodie bags. Evelyn Wilson Leader, II, Tampa Parks and Recreation and Coach D. Durham, Leader I, distributed juice to those in attendance. Tammy Harris and Emily Lewis-Hunter took advantage of the nice weather. Diedra Anthony, Latifah Brown, Beverly Higdon, and Alicia Muhammad (Star). Attending the Eggstravaganza were: April, Nevaeh, .Charies, Morriana and Maikeyla.

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0 Features Tampa Police Chief Names Black Female Captain 2011 'Top Ladies 01 Distinction' Recognized GWEN MILLER ... Honoree BY MAURICE KEMP Freelance Writer I Photographer REP. BETIY REED ... Honoree dedicated the "Griffin/ Moore" Scholarship. On Saturday, April 23, 2011, Top Ladies of Distinc tion held its 2011 Women of Distinction Awards Luncheon c at the Surfs Edge on MacDill a: Air Force Base. Top Ladies of Distinction (TLOD) of the Tampa Bay/West Central Florida Chapter, an organization whose mission is to enhance and enrich the lives of youth and adults through national and community based pro grams, held an Awards Luncheon to present a select group of women with its Women of Distinction Award LL Dr. Paulette Walker, C National First Vice President z <( Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, was speaker for this occaC sion. Lady Janette en Spencer-Davis served as Mistress of Ceremony and t-provided the Invocation. This award honored women who distinguished themselves by volunteering their time and resources for the enhancement of their communities. i;: Lady Dawnette Frazerw Woods, President of TLOD, welcomed guests and introC duced the Mistress of Cerew Lady Antonia Barber announced the Occa:::i sion. The 2011 Women of Dis tinction Awards honorees were: Janice Carter-Collier, Donna. Douglas, Doretha W. Edgecomb, Margaret A. Fisher, Ed. D, Lucille Franklin, April Griffin, Bertha M Kemp, Lady Christine Frazer a.. recognized and presented z awards to the honorees and i= w -I -I :::) m -I w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL m I N w Cl by State University All Job-Refated In uries Change Treating hyslcians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C./ Race Discrimination FREE CONSULTATION( (Except For Pure Trtle VII Cases) 220 E. Madison Street Suite 1207, Tampa, FL 33602 Visit Us Onllne At: www.FORDLAWFIRM .ORG Cformer U S Army JACC Attorney) and 5hould nor b e b.ued upon dcdde. ask us ro OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Defense Family Law & .-Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough Prosecutor-Depuly Chief J. JACQUES A. P.A ATTORNEY 813/930-2222 Accident & Injuries Employment Civil Rights Family Law Appeals 7211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Ste 228 .... JANICE CARTER-COLLIER ... Honoree Vivian Kitchen, Sharon Miller, Ph.D, retired City Councilwoman Gwendolyn Miller, Elder Michelle Patty, Rep. Betty Reed, Thelma K. Shuman, and Maria Singfield. Top Ladies Of Distinction also announced the dedica tion of the "Griffin/Moore" Scholarship, which was estab lished in memory of Charter Members: Lady Betty Keeton Griffin, Educator and Lady Ferne Moore, MD. The Griffin Family do nated $l,OQO to the "Grif fin/Moore '' Scholarship Fund. Top Teens of America vol unteered their services to as sist guests and to hand out door prizes. Henry Ashwood, Jr., accomplished Jazz Saxophon ist and front man for the band, "Woodshed," pro vided the music. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel C ity Editor Last F riday, Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor pro moted 20 officers at the de p artmen t. One of those promotions was of an African American woman to a middle management position. Chief Castor promoted Lieutenants Diane Hobley-Burney, Keith O'Connor, and Kenneth Morman to the rank of Cap tain. The promotions will go into effect on May 15th. Of her promotion, Lt. Hobley Burney said, "The promotion was one of those pleasant surprises and I feel honored to be placed in this position. I am also apprecia tive of those who came before me. Because they set the path I was able to work hard and earn success." The promotion marks the first time in 16 years that an African American woman has served in this position with the department. Retired As._ sistant-Chief Gilbertina (Tina) Wright was the first to reach the rank in 1994 She joins Captain Roosevelt (Rocky) Ratliff as 1 of 2 Black Captains. Lt. Hobley Burney is a 23-year veteran with the department. She became a po-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 IMMIGRAT ION law PERSONAL INJURY 109N .ArmoniaA...-FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BANKRUPTCY Tampa. FL 33609 REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. (813) 254-8717 Tha hirlng or tawyr Ia an important dclton that ehould ftOt b baalf a o faJy upon ad\lartl .. m.nta. Bfor. ow dc:hfd. k w to nd ow FREE wtittn lnformllon about owr uUfiellona nd ... r1.-nc:J Practicing .Law In: Criminal Defense Family La\V Personal Injur y Attorne y & Cdzwselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park l0014N. DaleMabry, Suir e 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 UOI you free wriUen iJtfonnatial about 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW CAPTAIN DIANE ROBLEY-BURNEY lice officer because of a desire to make a difference. "Tampa is my home and I wanted a better understand ing of how law enforcement interact with the community in general and the African American community in par ticular. I wanted to be part of building a better relationship that would bring about posi tive results." She will be assigned to the Support Services Bureau and oversee the Training Unit, Evidence, Records, and Re serve Force. Her career has resulted in her working throughout the city. Her top priorities will al ways focus on safety and the well-being of the citizens and officers. One of the passions Lt. Hobley-Burney focuses on is Domestic Violence, and her goal is to stop the cycle. She became an investigator and trainer for the department. She continues to seek to edu cate the public about the deadly consequences of do mestic violence. One of the top graduates in her police academy class, Lt. Hobley Blirney earned her B. S. degree in Sociology from Saint Leo University She is currently working on her Master s Degree in Crim inology. Lt. Hobley Burney is also grateful for the family support she received. She said without that support, her success would not have been possible. Other promotions were Mary O'Connor and Eddie Preston promoted to Lieu tenants, and Pat Kennedy, Bill Shaw, and Richard Blasioli, to Sergeants. .Steve Cragg, Jay Reese, Nathan Horvath, Gary-Filippone, Edward Rojas, James Perrone, Louise Caravella-Joiies, lloyd Borden, James Brennan, _Steve Power, Bryan McClain, and Michael Harrell were promoted to the ranks of corpo. ni.l or detective.

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MYKO, CHAAndDREE Birthday wishes go out to my favorite sister, Tamyko. Love, your Iii sis, Cha!! Haoov Anniversarv MIKE And NIKKI I would like to send a special 4-year anniversary wish to Nikki. Bae, there's not a day that goes by that I don't thank God for bringing you into my life. Without you I wouldn't feel complete. I love you unconditionally. CEDDIEBAnd MS. IRENE Applause and standing ovation for Taurus' finest 8os baby on May 15. He's missed by plenty and loved by many. Happy 29th, Ceddie B. THUGAnd210 Happy birthday to my spe cial friend, thanks for all your support. Special shout out to all my family, I haven't forgotten aboutyou.Muchlove,210. Sending warm birthday greetings to: Cal, Shawn Callaway, Kisha, Jada and Belated birthday wishes to my goddaughter, Quay and B.J. Last, but not least, birth day greetings to my fallen soldiers, Tina Callaway-Monroe and Jennifer Johnson, R.I.P. I knowy'allare smiling down on me. Much love, Thug. Keep your head up Dog, Wild Bill, Bud, Goldie, Nate, Buggs and 210. See y'all soon!!! LIL CEDDIE And CEDDIE B Since it's only fair, we're going to give ya ll the best of both worlds. Happy 29th, Daddy. Happv Birthdav You are truly a gift from God. May peace and blessings be upon you on your special day. Happy 7th birthday. From, your godpa rents in North Carolina, Ma Ma.Celeste and Pa PaAlex. School: Williams I. B. Middle Honors: High Honor Roll, the Gold Presidenfs Academic Achievement Award, and the Honor Society. Parents: Harriet Brown-Jackman, Raymond' E. Ja.ck.., Dian. Grandparents: Ms. Willie Lee Brown and Ruby Lindsey. "11 r-0 ::c c )> en m z :::! z m r-m Favorite Aunts: Ms. Debra Belton and Ms. Marion Jones. : :. Hobbies: Violin, computer programming, shopping, video G) games and chess. . .. : Church: Without Walls International Church. .

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All About You! I Look Ahead .:: >-"' oCt c a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w ::) 1-w > w c w ::I: en :::J Ill -::) a. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::) Ill ...1 w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...1 LL JADEN Look ahead because the world is waiting for its next big thing Love; your family. You're The Best JADEN CORBETI' To the best grandson anybody could ask for Love, Grandma and Granddaddy. Just For You JADEN ASBERRY CORBETI MZ.TASTY Celebrate my birthday with me on May Hth at The Horseshoe, 9 p m. It will be a Redd Affair. Smoochez. If this world were mine I would give it to you. But for now, I Happv Binhdav I I gave you the Bahamas, St. Thomas and St. Maarten. Love, Mommy MS. VERNITA Happy birthday, mommy be blessed and enjoy your day. God saw the best in you when everyone else around you saw the worst in you. Love always, your kids, Ms. Nya and Yae Yae. HBPPV Birthdav ANGELO BAKER ANGELO BAKER ANDQUASHA Happy birthday. Love always, from Mom and your fam ily. MICHAEL 'MIKE-MIKE' DAVIS Look once look twice, yes happy birthday, Mike Mike. Ain t nothing changed but the time and if you don't know, check my tinieline.

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1\.eli ious Graduation Services For The 2011 Class 01 Florida Theological Seminarv And Bible College The Baccalaureate Exercise Services for the 2011 Class of Florida Theological Seminary and Bible College Inc. was held Tuesday, May 3, 2011 at the New Friendship M. B Church, Rev. H. L. Daniels, Pastor Dean Henry L. Simmons presided. The Baccalaureate Address was brought by Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps, Pastor of Mt. Olive M. B. Church. Dr. Alex Harper, President of the Florida Theological Seminary and Bible College and Pastor of First Baptist Institutional Church, Lakeland, presented the speaker. Also on the program were Rev. Arthur Jordan, Rev. Troy Adams, Mt. Olive M. B. Church Choir, New Friendship Baptist Church and Rev. Ronnie Murray. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Graduates and others include: top row, Dr. Darien Bolden, Rev. Carlton Radcliff and Rev. Glen Brown. Also, Dr. Greg Morris, (faculty), Minister John D. Freeman, Min. Jeffrey McDowell, Minister Kenneth Anderson, Naydene Fields, Deacon Greg Mitchell, Marvin Anthony, James Parson, Min. Willie Roundtree, Min. Horace A. Lovett, Dr. Henry Simmons, Dean; Rev. Dr. Alex Harper, President; and Rev. Dr. Frank O'Harroll, Vice President. Dr. Henry Simmons, Dean, who received an hon-orary doctor.a!e, and his wife, Carolyn. Minister WillieRoundtree of Clearwater received a certificate in Theology. Visitor Rev. F. E. Wilson, Sr. of Pompano Beach with his daughter, Ola Johnson. TRINITY CHURCH-2401 N. Howard Ave.

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God's Protection This week's lesson in Revelation 7:9-17continues the revelation given by God to John. Verses one through eight of this chapter records the number of God's people who were sealed be fore a great tribulation. Be fore destruction or harm came upon the earth, God made sure that His people were protected. In his revelation John sees a great multitude con sisting of all nations, and kindreds, and people, and tongues, stood before the throne and the Lamb (vs. 0 9). Here it is clearly stated ff that there are no limits or C specific people who can stand before God to worship. God welcomes all peoC ple to worship him. en The large number of people who are worshipping 1-God means that the gospel has been preached to a di verse multitude of people. The church must do its part to preach the gospel of Christ to as many diverse people as it can. The church does not exist to reach only a certain group, nation, class, or ethnicity. The angels stood around the throne with the elders and four beasts and wor shipped with the multitude (vv. 11, 12). All of God's creation will worship Him. His creation will praise Him and acknowledge His power and might. John had a conversation with one of the elders who asked him who are these people and from where do they come (vs. 13)? The elder answers that these are they which have come out of great tribulation and have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb (vs.14). The question posed by the elder is perhaps a rhetorical question. The elder has to have the an swer Perhaps his question is asked of John to show that man does not know who people are who wor ships God or does know from whence they come. Those who can stand be fore to worship are those who have come out of some thing. People who are wor shipping God while here are on earth do so because they have come out of some thing" and are now able to worship God. Those who stand around the Heavenly throne of God to worship Him are those who have or will overcome the tribula tion to be able to worship Him. The continued blessing of coming out of the tribula tion is being washed and cleansed. When God brings you out of something, He will wash you and clean you up for worship. It matters not to God what you have been through or your condition when y ou come out God knows that He has the ability to clean anything your tribulation puts on you The result of coming out of the tribulation and being washed is to worship and serve God (vs.15). God did not and is not bringing His people out of their tribul(! tions for them to serve the world. God is delivering and cleaning His people for his service and glory. The ex pectation is for His people to serve Him day and night. The result of coming to God, serving God, and praising God is being pro tected from the calamities of life and knowing that God will wipe all your tears away (vv. 16, 17). God shelters His people. God comforts His people And He restores His people. There are numerous blessings and benefits to worshipping and serving God. There are no limita tions as to who can come to God. God is calling all peo ple to come to Him. DIVINE RESTORATION MINISTRIES "CHURCH DEDICATION CELEBRATION" SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2011 4:00 PM Service Service Times Sunday Morning Worship -1 0:15 Wednesday Evening Bible Study -7:00 P.M 2806 N. 22nd St. Tampa, FL .... ...... .,. . , ..... Phone: (813) 380-7854 Pastor Email: ORMoffampabay@Gmail.com JAMIE B. POINTER --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------w > w c w :I: en :J m :::1 c. z i= w ...J ...J :::1 m ...J w z i= z w en Ill( c a: 0 ...J LL BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 I 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 Tlle Love Of God Flows And 11le Holy Ghost Is In Full St Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Florida 33616 (813} 839-5263 Pastor/Teacher "Building On A Finn Foundation" Sunday School -9-.30 A.M. SUnday Moming Worship -10:55 A.M Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30P.M. Tra n sportation Services Available 25 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Minisbies, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 Tampa, A. 33687 (813) 784-11rl1 NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WII.JUIU'IN Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30AM. Morning Worship -10:55 A M. Wed. Family Night-7 P M : For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minist 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 7:50a.m. Sunday School 9:45a.m. Morning Worship 10:50 a.m. TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6:30 p.m Life Enrichment U nivcrsity Sign Service Is Prov1ded For Tile Or Of Hconng At Our '0 A.M. Service Visit our website at www. tbcch org or Email us at info@fbcch.org Spiritual Growth And Sharing God's Love Worship Opportunities SUNDAY Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11 :OQ A.M. YPWW -6:00 P.M. Evenirig Worship 7:oo P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 1:00 P.M

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Local ::rJ s: Charmenes Crown 'Miss Junior Deb 2011" The ladi es of the Hillsbor ough County Chapter of The Charmettes, Inc. spo nsored their 30th annual Junior Debutante Coronation, Sun day, April 17, 2011 at St. John's Christian Life Center. The center was filled to ca pacity with parents, family members and friends who came to witness six young beautiful teen and preteen contestants make their debut to society. The contestants were wearing beautiful long, white, flowing evening gowns, long white draped gloves, white and silver shoes, matching white pearl earrings and necklace, and carrying a bouquet of long stem red roses and white baby breaths. Each contestant was pre ceded by a Flower Girl, also beautifully dressed in a long white gown. The mothers of each contestant was escorted by a handsome young Page Boy, who was handsomely dressed in black knee shorts, white long sleeve shirt and Taylor Victoria Young, Miss Junior Deb 2011. white knee socks. Each Page Boy also wore a red satin cape, sash, and a matching beret adorned with a long white plume. Miss Chauncey Flowers, "Miss Junior Deb 2009" and reigning queen, was robed in a full length red vel vet robe, embossed in silver trim, and weanng a crystal and diamond tiara. Miss Taylor Victoria Young was crowned "Miss MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Di' C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By 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 .... Danner. She is a 7th grader c..> at Greco Middle School. Chakeila Gibson, daughter ::! of Greg and Thoriena Gibson, is a 8th grade student at Jennings Middle school. Brinyae Dukes is the daughter of Micheal Rimmer and Darby Dukes. She is a 4th grade student at Sheehy Elementary School and a member of the Princi pal's High Honor Roll. Page Boys were 2011 Miss Junior Deb contestants: Lemecia Knott, Rakiah Nixon, Taylor Young, Brinyae Dukes, Chakeila Gibson and Zena Keys. Aikeen Barnes, Christopher Cobb, Jr.,-Keith Daniels, Il, Kayden Guerra, Tsavariyus Taylor, Jr. and Carnell Wilds, Jr. Junior Deb 2011." She is the daughter of Victor and Tia Young and the granddaughter of John and Joyce Austin. The third grader is involved in dancing, cheer leading and her favorite ac tivities, art and writing, have won her many awards Her mother wore the same crown in the 1980s. The first runnerup was Lemecia Knott, daughter of Larry and Tameka GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a.m. Evening Worship -5 p.r:n. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p. m Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, Fl33619 'Church Off ice: (813) 6n-1948 Pastor's Office : (813) 672-0389 'Academy Office : (813) 6n-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Mail: fbcopv@tampabay rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7 :30AM. & 10:55 A.M. 4 :1!:!1Jiii!IJ!J>t Sunday :45A.M Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday-11 A.M. -Adult Wednesday-7 P.M. Yoi.Jih/ Children 7:30 P.M. Adult A Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 :8) Flower Girls were Knott. She is a 4th grader at Miles Elementary School and a member of the Principal's High Honor Roll. Second place runnerup was Rakiah Nixon, daughter of Erica Donaldson. She is a 4th grade student at Philip Shore Elementary School and a member of the Principal's High Honor Roll. Kainiah Allen, Bikeira Collier, Amarie Godwin, Leylah Holmes, Ter-r imyah Knott, Almerie McDonald and Keisan o Mitchell. l> Other contestants were Zena Keys, daughter of Pablo Keys and Rapanza HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPnST 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 7:45A.M. & 11A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship :00P.M. Charmette Delores Williams, Chairman, Charmette Ruby French, Co-Chairman, Charmette Dr. Margaret Fisher, Chapter President. New Testament M. B. Church Of 111onotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 (81 986-3971 (81 610-1252 Weekly Services: Sunday School 9 : 30A .M. Sun. Morning Worship 11 A M Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers t Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Mt;."-Phil. 4 :13 ST. MAntiEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.sthlattheilvchurch.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 Service Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed 7 :30 8:39 p .m Praise & Worship Service Wed 8 :30 -9 p .m Children & Youth Bible Study 7 8 :30 p .m. Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10a.m. Youth Bible Institute *12-4 p .m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p m REV., D. SIMS, Pastor en m z ::! z m r ID c: r r m ::! z c: ID r en :::1: m 0 m < m ::rJ < -1 c: m en 0 l> z 0 ::!:! 0 ):It <

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E Social ('1) John Reddick, Sr. cate for active participation by Moskowitz (Grandma). If we did not have the Lord the Clerk of the Circuit Court of May Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday: Christine Taylor, Prince Roberts, Joan Anderson, Emmanuel Roquan Walker (Vicaville CA), Adair Ford, Anyah Kelly-Shelby (NC), Nakisha Williams, Chesney Bivens, Gina Dickerson, David Everett, Kirk Reed, Min. Dwayne Sanders, Sr., Litha Beckles, Shauera Carr, Carol Copney, Win Hutchinson, Gabrielle Leon, Dequan Major, Samantha Reid, Damion McCummings, Shirley Flowers, Reginald Martin, Tiara Watson, Edna Wilkerson, Bryce Johnson, Dedrick Sanders, Thomas Eubanks, Millie McClennan, Dominique Beckles, Sylvia Pendergrass, Anthony Perry, Derek Web-who was honored with a sur prise party for her 7ih natal day! The surprise began with a limousine arriving at Mrs. Hires' home and t aking h er to The Greater Tampa Association of Realtors where thi s beauti ful, extravagant party was held. This very well organized cel ebration was sponsored by Mrs. Hires' children and gra ndchildren. A marvelous time was had b y l o ts and lots of family members and friends. Many more birthdays are wishes for Mrs. Hires. Across The Miles Happy birthday across the miles to Mrs. Avalynda Anderson-Moorer, former Vil lager, who recently celebrated her special day in Phoenix, Arizona, where she now lives. ster, Eloise Griffin and C T'Nysha Rodgers. Sick And Shut-Ins Let's not forget the sick and shut ins: Deaconess Fannie a: u. c z c( c CJ) w :::l 1-w > w c w :::z::: CJ) :J IJl :::l c. z i= w ...J ...J :::l IJl ...J w z i= z w CJ) ( a: 0 ...J u. IJl I co w (.!) Surprise! Surprise! What a surprise it was for Mrs. Ruth Anderson-Hires, UNITY M.B. CHURCH SQftlia.y 9!30:A.M. n AM. -Bible StUdy. Tues 7!30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED SERVICE TIMES Sunday 1 0 A. M. Moniing Service -11 :3.0 A. M Evening 5e1Vice -7: 3 .0' P. M Bible Study -Tl!esday Evei1ing Bible B a nd 7:30 P. M Copeland, Sis. Shirley Jackson, Bro. Tommy L. Jones and family, and Bro. Weekly Ativitls$ S .dlool 9 :30 A M u,,.,.;;;;.;HAI .... .w..t'"' 10: .{S,A),1 SP. M 7P: M 1 :aoP Everling -YPWW-7:3 0 P. M. 1 3rd Friday Evening Women's Otitr.each Ministry -7:30 P. M on our s ide where would we Hillsborough County. Upcoming Events be? Linda Parker-Lee, Kai says he never wants to Geneva Lucas, Mattie Mills, be st an ding on the other side of Marie Benson, Lucille the Judge s bench Palm River Point, CDC gives priority for resident of the Greater Palm River Community including Clair Mel, Green Ridge Estates Palm River, Progress Village and Sampson Park neighborhoods. Moore, Veola Williams, Eloise Leeks, Phyllis Akes, Wyatt Welch, Maurice Green and Archia Mae Wright. New Saint Matthew MBC Rev. Alec Fitzgerald Hall and congregation send birthday wishes to May celebrants: Nicole Floyd, jada Stallings, DeVaughn Barnum, Jeremiah Argo, Chaka Brown, Willie Hugger, Ronardo. McCray, Marazine Holloman, Tysha Parker, Leslie Wynn, Tevin Randolph, Amaya Brown, Frank Williams, Yvette Hall and Patti Bonner. Take Your Child To Work Take Your Child To Work Day proved to be an experience Kai James Williams. will al ways remember. Kai, a second grader at Rampello Downtown Partner ship School, experienced sitting on the Bench with Judge Dick Greco, Jr. Kai's mother, Angel O'Neal is clerk for Judge Greco. Kai received a certifi-GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAP11ST CHURCH 3901 N. 37th St . 248.:a779 Early Worship -a A.M. A.M. Morning Worship-A ; M Bible Study, Wed. -7 THE PUBLIC IS INVITED I am the. res urred:iori and the li. fe: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shal l he live. And -whoever livetfl a.nd believeth .n me shall never John t1:2 s Recognition Award On April 2, 2011, the Civic Council of Progress Village and the Point attended the Hillsbor ough County Neighborhood Recognition Award at HCC, Dale Mabry Campus. The Most Successful Special Event the 50th anniversary of Mrs. Linda Washington, President. Graduation Celebration The Assembly Of Hope The ological Seminary held its grad uation on May 4 2011. The proud graduates of the Foundation Institute at Hardee, C I. were: Associate Degree re. cipients, David Hoopaugh and Joe Riley; Bachelor De gree recipients, Richard Bradley, Philip G. Brown, Lenson A. Hargrave, Dina Liberto, Mack Ruffin, Glenn VonSchondorf, Paul Warren, David Trice Brown, Antonio Dwan Dossie,. Robert A. Kendrick, Timothy J. O'Keefe, Isaac Stephens and Ronald Ward. This event was in loving remembrance of Carole For a Calendar of Events call (813) 628-9179. Monthly Com munity Meetings are the last Tuesday of the month at 6 p. m at 7454 Palm Ri\ ret Rd. Tampa. May Computer Classes for Adults are at the East Region Libraries (Bloomingdale, Bran don, Riverview and 78th Street Branches) until May 26th. For info call (813) 273-3652. F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 7419760. Let's keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers. Let's also keep our service men and women lifted up as they continue to protect our country. Let's pray for those, far and near, that are less fortunate than we are. Let's remember the Japanese survivors and those that are helpirig them. Call your news into Gloria McNair at (813) 928-5293. ST. J 'OHN, CATHE' D ,RIL 3401 E 25th AvennueJampa, 'FL & Phone: 2'48-HELP EddiaNewfcbkt St. Pastor WEEKLYWORSHIP:SCHEQUL! <' ;; -v! ,' w S.-nday: 8:00 A. M. SpiritliaLEhriCJ;nnf3nt 9 .:45:1\.M. stJiiQay:Sci:OOtiQrientatiQn Tuesday: 10:45 Worship . (Youth Church 2nd AnclSrd 1-2:00 Noon lntercessory Prayer Stuqy WedneSday: P M. Free tutorial .... . 6 :45 P. M. Auult &Youth Mid WeeK Setvice EmaiiUsAt Mission State.oieAt A Qhurch,o(t/WJ inner (eac{JirlgQUt tO:the .py mini$tetjng.to1h_e whpi(J man." Outreach MinistrY: NOAH COMMUNITY, INCJ HOLSE OF LYDIA

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Maundv Thursdav Service Held At Bible-Based carrollwood As part of its celebration of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus, Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace held the Maundy Easter Service, where Jesus had the Last Supper with the 12 Disciples (Photos by Julia Jackson) Members of Bible-Based at the service, Kevin (usher) and Tonya Hammond. Usher and greeter, Fred Moore. Also in attendance at the service were Curtistine Gardner, her son, Devin Smith and her mother, Rosalie Jones. Liz Moody and Chasrmine Thomas at the service. Guest Spe,akers Free WorkShops Free Health Screenings ,. .Ciothing.Veqdors & More FREE Facials & Chair Massage Door Rrizes FREE FOOD Kids Zone for.ages 4-11 DEADLINE FOR PRE-REGISTRATION: MAY 14,2011 DEADLINE FOR LOTUS AWARD NOMINATION: MAY 14,2011. 5TH ANNUAL HEALTH & BEAUTY FAIR EXPOSING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Satunlily, Ma .. =I st, 2011 Tapreet CommunitY Cu. ltural Center 10:00AM-4:00PM 1483 Tampa Park Plaza (Comer of Nelirask Tampa, Fl33605 For information: (81'3)'423-1822 : Sponsored by Fruit of Glory Ministries, Inc. "tJ c: tD r c;; :::z::: m c m < m ::o -< ---4 c: m en. c )> z c ., ::2 c

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Local Tampa AKAs Receive Awards At Regional Conference == Members of Gamma
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Local St. Pete News ::c c Former Middleton St. Petersburg To Host canoons For ; Graduate Invited To The cure cancer Fundraiser Speak TO 2011 ClaSS BYCYNTHIAE. thosewholovethem. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When Eric Leeks graduated from Middleton High School in 2009, he thought he was ready for the world. He had attaine.d a 4.2 GPA and was. a member of the National Honors Society, Buccaneers Student Advisory Soard, and Mayor's Youth Corps. In 2004 Leeks was voted as one of the top 25 people to watch in Tampa, and says the major influences in his life were God, his family and his peers. Entering his junior year at Florida> A&M University, Leeks said he quickly learned that he wasn't as pre pared as he thought. Looking back, I wish someone would have come back and mentored me as to what to expect as a senior prepar ing to enter the real world." With the blessing and per mission of Middleton High School principal, Owen Young, and Senior Class Sponsor, Mrs. Waters, Leeks will be talking to the 2011 graduating class during a ceremony on June 1st in the 888.8metro8 metropca.com MetroPCS Retail Stores Bradenton 4919 14th St. West Bradenton, FL 34207 888-57metro ERIC LEEKS ''Young Mint" school's auditorium. Although Leeks is seeking a degree as a broadcast jour nalist, he said it is music that continues to inspire and motivate him, and he. is kno\vn as "Young Mint," in the R&B and hip-hop market. "What I want to tell the 2011 class is the truth about whatis really going on out there. I want them to be ready to face all challenges, because there are going to be a lot of distractions they will have to deal with." "I feel by giving them an idea of what to expect they will avoid a lot of the traps and temptations that tend to make you stray off course:" Clearwater 167 4 S Missouri Ave. Clearwater FL 33756 888-57metro ZORN-SHAW Many men fall victim to Polk County Columnist male breast, testicular and This weekend the Downtown St. Petersburg Relay for Life Committee will host its third annual America n Cancer Society fundraiser. Tonight, (Fri., May 13th) the all-night event will kick-off at 6 p.m., at the AI Lang Field in downtown St. Petersburg. The event will conclude on Saturday at noon. The night will be filled with sharing, caring, music, danc ing, autograph signings, and much more for cancer survivors, families, teams and supporters. Among the local celebrities and entertainers will be Tampa s Pro Players, the Cheer Girl Entertainment Group, Jorge Alvarado, The Shawn Brown Band and many others "Parents and children, alike, will enjoy this one. We will be very colorful and full of fun for our third annual Relay for Life," shared Dwight Wilson, Event Chairman. Wireless for All. Sarasota 1158 N. Washington Blvd. Sarasota, FL 34236 888-57metro DAVID WILSON, III .. .loss battle with Cancer in 2010 The theme of this year's event is "Cartoons for the Cure." Each participating team will represent certain cartoon characters including (but not limited to) Fat Albert, The Flintstones, Sponge-Bob, Scooby-Doo, The Jetsons and Care Bears. This year the Downtown St. Petersburg Relay committee is making a strong effort to gain the participa tion of more men in hopes of increasing their knowledge and awareness about how cancer can affect them and Tampa 1251 E Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 888-57metro prostate cancer. "The Relay is a very personal journey for me. My family has directly been affected an d I want to do all that I can to help other families. Most people been affected by cancer in some way; and we are glad to sup port the efforts of the American Cancer Society, while honoring those who we'v:e lost and those fighting the battle against cancer," further stated Wilson. In March 2010, Wilson's eldest brother and renowned 5 Polk County attorney, the 2:! late David Wilson, III, passed away after a brief en bout with cancer. m z Relay for Life is a free ::::! event that is open to the gen-Z eral public. For further information, visit tD www.RelayForLife org/Dow ? ntownStPetersburgFL or call (727) 812-7004. Relay for ::::! Life is about providing hope Z for the future, progress towards a cure and answers to cancer questions. Follow us on :.. twitter .. Brandon 2028 Badlands Dr. Brandon, FL 33511 888-57metro Lakeland 3137 US Hwy. 98 North Lakeland, FL 33805 888-57metro St. Petersburg 3100 22nd Ave. North Ste. B St. Petersburg, FL 33713 888-57metro 2907 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa, FL 33607 888-57metro @MetroPCStampa ;,I .-u ; )> C) m ... ... a, .;

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Government News State's Welfare Drug Testing Bill Goes To Governor Scon GOV. RICK SCOTI Last Thursday, Florida lawmakers sent Governor Rick Scott a bill to require drug testing of welfare appli-' cants, anissue thatis been a >-top priority for the governor. He is expected to sign the i:t legislation enacting {he LL that he caij:lpaigned on last year. -ct People seeking temporary >-state assistance would have to pay for the screeni n g out of their own pockets, but they would be r e imbursed if they pass. Estimates for the cost of each test have ranged from $10 to $80. The bill, HB 353, won final approval in the Senate on a -. 26-11 vote, with all Republicans for it and all DemocratS against it. Republicans believe the bill will encourage people to get off or stay off drugs while -preventing the use of tax dollars to pay for .drugs. They also urged itis only fair for welfare recipients to be tested because many taxpayers are screened at their place of empioyment. Democrats say it doesn't make sense to require destitute people to pay for drug tests, and they questioned the constitutionality of blim ket screening. 01--------------------------------------------w ::::) 1-ft w > w Firstladv lauds 1. s. Forces In bin laden Raid c ....... =-------===== g r oup of brave m e n dropped by h elicopter h a l f a world away in the dead of ni g h t int o unknow n da n ge r i nside the lair o f the m os t wanted man in the w orl d," Mrs. O b ama t o ld the g r a d u ating class a t the UNI Dome in Cedar Falls The y did not hesitate, risking everything for us, for our freedom and security. And they did it not just as Navy SEALs They did it as hus-: bands, as fathers, as sons. Their families were back w ::I: en ::i m ::::) D. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA CEDAR FALLS, IowaFirst lady -Michelle Obama said Saturday that the u.s. military specialists who killed terrorist leader Osama Laden showed "the very essence" of public service. Mrs. Obama made her first public remarks about. bin death du_ring the commencement address at University of Northern Iowa. U.S. officials have said Navy SEALs shot and killed bin Laden and four others Monday at his luxury compound in Abbottaba:d, Pakistan imagine, a small here, with no. idea of their mission or whether -their loved one would ever come home.' The first lady evoked the SEALs' actions of a call for the graduating class to engage in public service after -they leave the university. "Now, that's the very essence of the word 'service ," she said of the military action. "And the least we can do is give something 'back to these troops and their families who have given us so much.'' Jtself' m . . !:!: = = ==== = Gas Prices Expected To Drop 50CentsBv Summer Offici a l s said seve r a l fact ors h ave combin e d thi s wee k t o stem th e r ap id r i se i n gas o lin e p ri ces a nd an a l ysts say they s hould gradually start goin g th e o th e r way. B y s umm e r they c ould b e d own a s mu c h a s so cent s a ga llon but exp e rt s warn th a t the drops won' t h appe n quickl y Oil has tumbled 1 5 perc e nt in price. Nearlv Half Of Detroit Residents Are Illiterate A shocking study by the Detroit Regional Workforce Fund, may explain a root problem to the struggles within the Motor City. According to reports, 47 percent of Detroit residents were found to be functional l y illiterate This means, nearly half of Detroit r esidents ca n't d o simpl e t hings like read a book, fill out a job a p plica ti on. --Lawmakers Pas s Historic Medicaid Overhaul TALLAHASSEE -Two his toric bills enacting sweeping changes to Florida' s Medicaid program won Senate and House approval Friday, placing the care of nearly 3 million beneficiaries in the hands of private com-.. panies and hospital networks. The plan' s detractors say for-profit providers are making money scrimping on patient care. Patients have complained they couldnit get appointments with special ists Several providers pulled out of the program, causing lapses in care as patients were bounced among plans Sen. Joe Negron, who spearheaded the overhaul, said leaders have learned from the pilot programis shortcomings imd includes increased oversight and more stringent penalties, including fining providers up to $soo,ooo if they drop out. Gov. Rick Scott, a R e public a n who made millions as a health care CEO b efor e hi s electim:i, is e x pect e d to s i gn the bill. Federal he a lth official s s till have to sign off before the state can proceed. Citv Council Confirms Stan Appointees Of Newlv Elected Mavor Las t Thursday, the T a mp a City Counc il unanimo u s l y approved Mayor Bob Buckhorn' s c hoic es for city a ttorne y and c hi e f of staff. James J. "Jim" Shimberg, Jr., wa s confirmed to r e pl a ce outg oing City Attorney Chip Fletcher. Shimberg has worked for the Holland and Knight Law Firm for more than 26 years. Shimberg's salary will be $175,000, nearly $17 ,000 more than Fletcher's. Santiago Corrada was confirmed to serve as the mayor's chief of staff, replac ing Darrell Smith. Corrada served as the city s neighborhood services administrator under former Mayor Pam Iorio and most recently a newly creat ed position as administrator of the Tampa Convention Center, Tourism, Recreation and Cultural Arts. He is also the city'is point man for MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN planning ahead of the 2012 Republican National Convention He will be paid $153,004 a year. The Council also firmed retaining Tampa PoliceChief jane Castor and Fire Rescue Chief Tom Forward in their current positions. Sonya Little Will be the city's chief financial officer. &i& Hill sborough County P u blic Meetings and Hearings To Discuss Redistricting C ommission Districts 1 Through 4 FoDowing The Decennial Per County Charter, CoQmlissioners must reapportion and redistrict every 10 years following the Federal Decennial Census. We want inpUt on how this should be done. Since Commission Districts 5 through 7 are countywide districts and in<;lude all residents of Hillsborough County, this process will not affect them. Each meeting listed below will follow the same fonnat and present the same information. Possible new district boundaries can be reviewed at each meeting site before the meeting and online atwww.HillsboroughCounty.org, and clicking the Redistricting banner. The remaining Redistricting public and hearins'J are: Monday; May 16 6:30 p m -8:30p.m. New Tampa Regional Libracy 1000 I Cross Creek Blvd. in Tampa Wednesday, May 18 6 :30p.m. -8:30p.m. Town 'N Countzy Commons Libracy 7606 Paula Drive, Suite 120 in Tampa Thursday, May 19 6 : 30p m .: 8:30 p .m. Brandon Regional Service Center 311 Pauls Drive in Brandon Monday, May 23 6:30p.m. c 8:30p m Recreation Center I 0901'N 56th St. in Temple 'ferr!we '1\aesday, .May l4 6 p.m. -8 :30 p.m. c Blythe-Andrews, Jr. Public Library 2607 E Dr; MLK Jr. Blvd. in Tampa Public Workshop Thursday May l4 1:30p.m. County Center-2nd Floor Board Room 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in Tampa Commissioners will d iscuss alternatives to proposed district boWldaries. Thursday, May 26 10 a.m . -Noon SWl City Center Commwtity Assn. 1910 Pebble Beach Blvd. South in Greater Swt City Tuesday, May 31 6 :30 p.m. -8:30 p.m. Plant City City Hall 302 W. Reynolds St. in P lant City Public Hearing-Thursday, June 9 6p.m -8p.m. CoWlty Center-2nd Floor Board Room 601 E Kennedy Blvd. _in Tampa Commissioners will discuss alternatives to proposed district boundaries. Public Hearing-Monday, June 20 6 p .m.-8p.m. County Center, 2nd Floor Board Room 601 E Kennedy Blvd. in Tampa Commissioners will adopt new district boundaries. All meeting filcilitie$ are ADA eootpliart. For additional assislmce, p[casc p-ovidc a 48-bour notice. ForJD
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Great Minds Open-Books Children with strong reading skills perform better in school, have a healthy self-image, and become lifelong learners! This summer, help your kids avoid the dreaded "summer slide" -a time when 1 children often lose months of reading 1 achievement in just a few critical weeks. I While beach trips and movies are a summer staple, it's important to balance it all with a good book! To get tips on summer reading and access valuable resources, visit your Children's Board online today. I Child ren's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing

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es Avocado, Bacon And Egg Breakfast Sandwich 6 slices bacon, halved 4large eggs Salt and ground black pepper to taste 4 English whole wheat muffins, split horizontally 1 fully ripened avocado, halved, pitted and peeled DIRECTIONS: In large skillet over medium heat, cook bacon until crisp; remove to paper towels to drain. Remove all but 1 ta blespoon bacon drippings from pan. In a small bowl, whisk eggs with 1/4 teaspoon each salt and pep per, pour into skillet; cook and stir until scrambled and almost firm. Meanwhile, toast the English muffins. In a small bowl, coarsely mash the avocado with a fork; add salt and pepper to taste. Spread avocado mash onto all English muffin pieces dividing equally. Divide bacon and scrambled eggs onto English muffin bottoms; add tops. Serve warm. Breakfast Fruit Turnovers 2 slices enriched white bread, crusts removed 2 tablespoons chopped dried apples 1 tablespoon tart cherries (pitted) 1 tablespoon butter, melted DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 37SoF. Roll out bread with a rolling pin until flattenedto about 1/16 of an inch Stir together apples and cherries. Brush some of the butter on the edges of the bread. Mound one half of the fruit mixture just right of center in the middle of each piece of bread Fold over the bread to form a triangle and enclose the filling. Pinch the edges of the bread together firmly to seal. Arrange in one layer on a baking sheet and brush the top of each turnover with the re maining butter. Bake the turnovers in the middle of the oven for 20-25 min. until golden. Indulgence With A Twist Of An Old Favorite ... Iced CoHee If you love hot coffee, you will enjoy indulging your self with an iced coffee, when you learn to brew it cor rectly. Many people brew hot, regular strength coffee and pour it over ice, which can dilute the flavor; the secret to a perfect cup of iced coffee is to brew it double strength, chill and then add ice. "11 r 0 :!! CJ) m z ::! z m r m c: r r m ::! z ., c: m r CiS ::1: m c m < m -4 c: m CJ) -< )> z c

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If you want to stay poor, broke, busted and dis gusted, then keep thinking with a po folk mentality Not many people want to admit openly that the y want to be rich, for fear of what others might think. Well, guess what, they want to be rich, too. They are just trying to seem humble and not say it. But the Bible says that if you decree a thing it shall be established unto you. If you begin to think from the per spective of a rich mindset, you will begin to speak with a rich mindset. When you speak from a rich mindset you will begin to act and govern your affairs from a rich personis The way in which you govern your affairs is the direction your life will take Think Rich Be Rich. A Millionaire Mindset doesn't spend more money than they make. Stop spending more than you make, charging up credit cards and getting payday cash advances. "Spending tomorrow' s cash today" keeps you stuck and in a rut A Millionaire Mindset a certain loan tova lue ratio is reached. 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7th Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon Held On Thursday, April 28th, Faith in Action-North Lakeland (FIANL) held its 7th Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon at the Coleman-Bush Center in Lakeland. Mrs. Jacqueline Speed served as the Mistress of Ceremonies. The Opening Prayer was rendered by Diane H. Robinson. Dr. Bernice Evans extended a warm welcome to the volun teers and guests. The Blessing of the Food was given by Mrs. Almentia McMillon. Commissioner Phillip Walker introduced the guest speaker, Mrs. Lynne Hilliard Simpkins, Senior Planner/City of Lakeland. Mrs. Simpkins spoke about Servanthood Attitude using her own personal servanthood testimony as the foundation. As a Sr. Planner, she is responsible for neighborhood services, programs and the coordination of leadership development training programs for Lakelandis thirty-one neighborhood associations. Presentations to support ers and volunteers were car ried out by Mrs. Mildred S. McMillon, Executive Director of FIANL. Recipients were: Mrs. Simpkins, A. Ramos, Catherine Hickson, Martha Cooper, Louisa Ponte', Ollie Alexander, Alice Williams, Dorothy Windham, Lorenzo O'Neal, Gussie Johnson, Rosa Carr, Edna Smith, Thaddeus Speed, Jeannette Cox, Annette Dunn, Brenda Minute, Sammie McMillon, Barnett Driver, and Jacqueline Speed. Mrs . Martha Cooper gave a brief presentation entitled Why Volunteer. She encouraged all to "serve a need and you'll be happy in whatever you're doing." Mrs. Barbara Taylor Girls Inc. Of Lakeland To Host22nd Annual Knows' Luncheon LAKELAND --Girls Incorporated of Lakeland, Kay Fields, President CEO, will host its 22nd annual "She Knows Where She's Going" awards luncheon on Thursday, May 19, 2011 at The Lakeland Center. Registration begins at 11 a.m. Thirteen nominations have been received for the 2011 awards. Three award recipients will be selected from this group. Last year, there were 21 nominations submitted. The nominees were: Dawn Alvarez, Stacy Campbell-Domineck, Dr. Lynn H. Clements, Diane Dimonaco, Cassandra Denmark, Charisse Jones, Joule, Lisa K a i s e r ': H i c k e y AnJionette Kirby, Crystal Lester, Betsy Levingston, Marva Theresa Nelson; Michele M. Newsome, Connie Stokes and Suzan Weiss. The 2010 award recipients were: Lynn H. Clements, Lisa Kaiser-Hickey and Crystal Lester. Recipients who are chosen to receive the award must (1) demon strate an ability to take control of their lives as evidenced by their economic autonomy and success in both setting and meeting their professional and per sonal goals; (2) show them selves to be appropriate role models for girls and young women served Girls Incorporated of Lakeland; and (3) demonstrate involvement in the commu nity which exhibits leader ship and service skills. This year's luncheon will be a special occasion as Girls Inc. of Lakeland celebrates its 40th Anniversary and the mission of Girls Inc., as they honor exceptional women who serve as positive role models for girls and young women. For further information, c all (863) 682-3002 Ext. 222. (Photo by ShawNuf) provided beautiful piano mUSIC. Free Fitness Program Offered for Teens Lifestyle Family Fitness Centers is concerned about the fitness of our teens. The annual LFF Teen Initiative begins May 15th and ends August 15th, providing free gym access to teens ages 12-17. Space is limited, so REG ISTER EARLY! Pre-registration is available on-line at www.LFF.com/teen. For further information call 1-Polk County Magnet/Choice Schools Open Enrollment Deadline May 30th Open enrollment for Polk County's Magnet and Choice Schools for the 2011-2012 school year began on May 2, 2010. The deadline to apply is Friday, May 27, 2011. Applications can be submitted online at www.polk-fl.net. For further information please call (863) 534-0631. Applications are processed according to the date of receipt. Happy Anniversary Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a Happy Anniversary to Reverend Van Green and his wife, Sheila, (May 16th); Pastor Shelton Faison and his Miranda Sloan USFGraduate Certificate in .. G a 'reet Cp4nseling wife, Katrena (May 2oth); and Ronis and Ashli Mathurin (May 20th), as they celebrate another year of Holy Matrimony. May God continue to bless and keep each of these unions with many, many more years of joy! Birthday Greetings MCGEE Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a Happy Birthday to Nita McGee of Lakeland who will celebrate another natal day on May 14th; Bruce Gordon, of Rochester, New York, who will celebrate his natal day on May 18th; and to Sharon WigginsColeman of Auburndale, and Steve McKinzy of Ft. Meade, who will celebrate their na.tal days on May 22nd. Belated Happy Birthday wishes are extended to Donovan ArrieJamal Jones who celebrat-:::D c s: ....... ed his 19th birthday on May w 9th. He is the son of N 0 Lakeland Lady Angelia ....... ....... Bishop. May the Lord con-tinue to bless each of you many more birthdays! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes to the Advisory Board Members of Faith In Action-North Lakeland, Inc., Charles A. Oldham, Board Chairperson; Shirley B. Love, Secretary; Dr. Bernice L. Evans, Treasurer; Robert L. Austin, Beverly Boatwright, Walter L. Brown, Cedric H. Cox, Mildred S. McMillon, Shirley Richards, Neriah E. Roberts, Diane H. Robinson, Ralph Sharp, Blanche Smart, Jacqueline Speed and Sanga Turnbull. r-0 CJ), m z z m r-Talk To Shaw-Nuf m c: r r-Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share excit-Z ing news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, graduations, birth-(ii days, anniversaries, wed-ffi dings, family reunions, c church or community events, etc., with the reader-m ship of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Shaw-Nuf 2 Talk by sending an e-mail m to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com .fg or calling (863) 513-8437. > z c

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Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to part i cipate in these matters and w ill not be subject to d i scrimina t ion on the basis of race sex color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be direc ted to Hillsborough County Board of Comm i ssioners Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kenn edy Blvd. 1 8th Fl. County Center Tampa Florida 33602 (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours. NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: SS-S-0178-0-2011/JSW PURCHASE OF BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATABASE SERVICES For the Library Services Department Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a so l e source purchase agreement for library subscript i on services fpr the national bibliographic data base utility for Subscript i on Cataloging Wo r ldCat Resource Shar ing and Access provided by Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), in the amount of $69,936 72 for the period of July 1, 2011 through June 30 2012 with County option to renew the subscription services for three (3) additional one-year periods at a mutually agreed upon pr i ce not to exceed a 5% increase from the then contract price. OCLC is the exclusive provider for all subscription services identified. Contractors who believe they can meet or exceed the above stated requirement must provide convincing technical data suffi cient to support their position. The Hillsborough County Financial Services Group (Procurement) must rece i ve replies to th i s not i ce not later than close of business on May 27 2011. After this date an award will be made Responses to this notice will be used to determ i ne whether bona f i de competition exists Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Financial Services Group (Procurement) 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., County Cente r 18th Floor, Tampa Flor i da 33601 Attention James S Wunderle or FAX to (813) 272-6290 For furthe r information call (813) 272-5790. BLICATION. DEADLINES uesaav Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT. RATE $8.00 1 Words And 5Qe For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publi$h Your Ad LEGAL NOTICE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, unt i l the sta t ed date and time when they will be publicly opened JUNE 7, 2011 2:00 P.M. ITB-S-0161-0 2011 /JSW, EDUCATIONAL SERVICES **** Information on these and other Requests f or Bids, along with B i d/Proposal results may be accessed at www hillsboroughcounty org/procurementservices. This is a Hillsbo r ough County Governmental Purchas ing Council Bid Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full oppor t unity to participate i n these matters and will not be subjec t t o discrimination on the basis of race sex color or national orig in. Quest i ons regarding the above projects may be direct!'d to Hillsbo r ough County Board of Commissioners Department of Procurement Services 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida 33602 (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours II EMPLOYMENT II Two Hair Stylists Needed For The Nail Gallery 322 W. Hillsborough Ave. Booth Rental Preferred Contact Dallas (813) 493-0099 Cutting It Low Experienced, Licensed Barbers Wanted 60/Parsons Brandon Area Call (813) 217-2462 Personal Assistant Needed Urgently To Handle Personal And Business With Good Benefits Interested And Qualified Candidate Should Get Back As Soon As. Possible With Resumes And Details At: sodgen5291 @gmail.com li!IXUI CONTACT LAVORA @ {813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING 'YOUR ADVERTISEMENT WANTED Stylist(s); Barber(s); Braider(s) At: Freestylin Barber & Beauty Shop 1518-B East Fowler Ave. Tampa, FI33612 Valona: (813) 361-9579 Or Kll: (813) Natural Hair Relgnz N Style 2202 W Waters Avenue Ste. #5 Tampa Fl33604 Seeking Natural Hair Technicians. If You Can Braid, Lock And Twist This Is The Opportunity 'vou Don't Want To M i ss Come Join A Team That T s Certified Bonifide And Qualified To Meet The Needs Of Every Natural Client Desire With An All Natural Hair Care Product Line ..,_ Evie (813) 312-8883 Or Nikki (813) 764-6061 NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR BIDS Hillsborough Community College is accep t ing sealed bids for the following : RFB # 2582-11 Lawn Care Services College Wide Due Date : 6/7/'2.011 before 1 : 00 p .m. For more i nformation please visit our website at: h tt p : //www hccfl eduldao/adm i n and finance/departments/purchas i ng/ solicitat i ons aspx Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Precision Automotive Center located at 4636 North Dale Mabry Highway, in the County of Hillsborough, i n the City of Tampa, Flo'rida Hillsborough Motorcars LLC intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of. the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated af Tampa, Florida, this .9th day of May. 2011. Sole Owner(s) Hillsborough LLC II II EMPLOYMENT II Looking For Experienced Lawn Care Worker Must Pass Backgrour:1d Check No Misdemeanor Drug Chargers . ....... And No Felony (813) 270-6887

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Sarcoidosis Awareness Event Draws 200 Participants s;: The Sarcoidosis Awareness Walk that was held at Al Lopez Park on April16 2011 drew about 200 pmticipants, Emma Carroll, a member of the host committee stated. The honored guests were Rhonda McCullough, >vife of the late comedian, Bernie Mac, and their daughter, .Te'Niece McCullough .-;;-. .---0 1 There were several guests, including Jaz-Owens of California, the USF .Jazz Band and Miles Bennett. (Photos Courtesy Of Sarcoidosis Committee and Jerry Brunson) Tampa Sarcoidosis Host Committee members: Shirley Norman, Fannie Keith, Rose Rolle, Romaine Wright, Gwenda Carson, Ida Lewis and Emma Carroll. Je'niece McCullough, a walk participant, Rhonda McCullough, Meg Garrison, Sarcoidosis patient, and Betty Battle of the Bernie Mac Foundation. Jaz Owens of Burbank, California sang a tribute. Radio DJ Aminta attended the event. Miles Bennett of Jesuit High School warmed up the crowd with stretches before the walk. Gwenda Carson and Pain, seated, command the resources table. Both are victims of Sarcoidosis. Armanni, Angie and Deniece at the registration table. The Community Room was full of patients from as far as Sarasota, Orlando and North Florida. Emma Carroll, Founder and Executive Director of the Janine Sarcoidosis Foundation and Jaz Owens, Founder and Director of A Song For Life Sarcoidosis Foundation. Clarissa Harrington. There was a reception at the Hilton Hotel the evening before the walk. Among those in attendance were Jarvis El-Amin, Shirley Norman and DiabNuman. Rosa and Rodney Rolle at the reception.

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Citvor Tampa Black Permit Needed For Events At Parks With 50+ People B Y LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWrite r Every yea r the C ity o f T ampa Park s and R ec reati o n Depar t m ent, a l o n g with the Tampa P o li ce D e partme n t, find the m se l ves over w h elme d b y e v ents b e in g h e ld at c ity p arks, s p ec i fically the o n es cl ose to r es identia l a r eas P arks and R ecreati o n D e partme n t Dir ector, Karen Palus, said they wi ll B e r e grouping with polic e on areas of conc e rn. "Othe r than that, it will b e busi ness as usual for us." Residents from the Highland Pines community, including their association president, Betty Bell, addressed the Tampa City Council two weeks ago about hundreds of people suddenly shoWing up at their park, and l eavi n g the communi t y in s h a mbl es. S p o k es p e rs o n Linda Carlo, sa id they t ry to work wit h every group on w hat they thiJ?.k their m aximum a t t enda n ce will b e f o r a n event a t t h e park. P art o f the p ro bl e m i s, b e c a use they are p ubli c p arks, peopl e think they ca n jus t show up, plug in thei r music, l e t the cro w ds gathe r and that's it. They h ave littl e o r no conc ern for the surrounding community." Carlo said to hold a ny organized event in a public park, it has to be a coordinated effort, beginning with the permitting process "In some cas e s additional city services may be require d. Parking is an issue, because most parks within the city don't have adequate parking for the crowds that gather. That's when the overflow parking takes place on private property, and that's a negative impact to the surrounding Carlo said the fact that many of the events are occur-ring wi t h out p ermits b eing acquire d c reat es a bi g problem with l aw e n force m ent, and tends t o a l so c reat e a hostile group of p eo pl e "Whe n a n event excee d s a nticip a t e d attendance, the n we first look a t the impaCt it is having on the surrounding c ommunity. W e a lso r e vi ew what happe n e d the yea r b e fore to let org a niz e r s know what they nee d t o do, a rid what we need to do .'' According to the c ity ordinance, a gathering of so or more people in an organized event wil! require the organizers get permits from the city. Carlo said they will sug gest certain parks be used for certain events when it becomes obvious there won' t be adequate parking or restroom facilities "Another problem we ve experienced is some of the area clubs and lounges using the parks to promote something going on at their place They just show up with loud music, and start passing out flyers.' Historv Comminee, Inc. Awards Scholarships ...... w 1\) 0 ...... ...... On M o n day, May 16 2011, the City of T ampa Bla ck History Committee, Inc. ( COTBHC) will h ost its 2011 COTBHC S cholarship Awards C e r emony a t Old City Hall City Council Chambers at s :$0 p m Old City Hall is located at 315 E. Kennedy Blv d., Tampa. This event is free and open to the public. The Honorable Mayor Bob Buckliorn will join the COTBHC in recognizing the scholarship recipients for their leadership and scholas tic achievements. The keynote address will be delivered by Major Daniel B. Sparks of the United States Marine Corps. Major Sparks is the Deputy Command Information Officer with USMCR Training and Education Command in Quantico VA. During the ceremony, three schola r ships will b e awarde d The J a n ett S Mar-tin S cholarship honors the l ega c y of Tampa' s fir s t Af ri ca n Am e ri ca n City Cle rk. The COTBHC Presidentia l Aw ard will b e gi ve n to an outstanding teen in the community. This scholarship i s being presented in honor of Bettye Johnson, President Emeritus of the COTBfiC. The third award will ac knowledge the commitment of Mr. Harold Scott, former Code Enforcement em-rployee, to the City of Tampa 0 and the COTBHC. :!;! The City of Tampa Black History Committee Incorpo-0 rated is a non-profit organi-m zation. For more information about the program, please Z contact Lenoir Russell at J!! (813) 274-7980 or via e-mail m at lenoir.russell@tam-:= pagov.net. Frank Crum is r-m president of the committee. ::! z Budgets are tight enough these days witt.lout wasting money and energy By taking advantage of lower energy rates available most of the day, our Energy Planneri'M Program can help you save about a month's worth of electricity each year : The advanced thermostat installation and participation are all free In fact, we'll even include a free energy audit and eight energy-saving light bulbs to maximize your savings some restrictions may vary To sign up, visit tampaelectric.cornlenergyplanner or call 813.223.0800 (Hillsborough), 863.299.0800. (Polk) or 1.888.223.0800 (all other counties). Select Home Account, then Energy Saving Prowams. FREE programmable thermostat FREE energy audit Eight FREE energy-saving light bulbs Advanced thermostat helps you keep energy costs low. TAMPA ELECTRIC-UFE RUNS ON ENE, RGY .. c;) m Co) I 0 '

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,.. ,.. 0 N M ,.. c a: LL c z <( c en w ::I 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en ::J CD ::I a. z i= w ...J ...J ::I CD I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u,. "In accordance with F.S. 98.075, the names of the individuals listed below are potentially ineligible to be registered to vote. Any per son whose name is listed below may contact the Supervisor of Elections office within 30 days of the date of this notice to receive in formation regarding the basis for the potential ineligibility and the procedure to resolve the matter. Failure to respond within 30 days of the date of this notice may result in a determination of ineligibility by the Supervisor of Elections and removal of the voter's name from the statewide voter registrat!?n system. Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Eligibility Determinations (813) 7 44-5900 2514 N. Falkenburg Rd. Tampa, FL 33619 "ABERNATHY, REBECCA R" 11405 E OLD HILLSBOROUGH AVE SEFFNER FL 33584 "ABNEY JESSICA D" 10118 BRYAN AD TAMPA FL33610 "ACKLEY JANET M" 1333 FLAXWOOD AVE TAMPAFL33511 "ADAMS JR BOBBIE LK" 7809 RIDEOUT AD TAMPA FL 33619 "ADAMS, ALICIA C" 10110 FOREST NORTH CT TAMPA FL33615 "ADAMS, MATTHEW I" 5519 RAWLS AD TAMPA FL 33625 "ADAMS MELVIN E" 4125 E BUSCH BLVD APT 4 TAMPA FL 33617 "ADAMSON SCOTT J" 5119 JOHNNIE AD TAMPA FL 33624 "ADDISON, DEVEREN K" 3202 COLWELL AVE TAMPA Fl 33614 "AGOSTINO DAMON S" 8707 EXPOSITION DR TAMPA FL 33626 "AGUILAR, LETICIA" 706 5TH AVE SE APT A RUSKIN FL 33570 "AGUIRRE ERIN J" 19156 GERACI AD LUTZ FL 33558 "AKINS JANET I" 2908 N '17TH ST TAMPA FL 33605 "ALBACH, TRISHAJ" 4805 DUNQUIN PL TAMPA FL 33610 "ALCAlDE JIM D" 942 WICKETRUN DR BRANDON FL33510 "ALEXANDER GARTH J" 6706 PALM RIVER AD TAMPA FL 33619 "ALEXANDER JUNIOR" 8432 SYCAMORE TREE DR TAMPA FL33614 "ALEXANDER, MICHAELA" 821 WAMELIAAVE TAMPA FL 33602 "ALFORD MARVIN" 5906 SAN,TA FE RIVER DR TAMPA FL33617 "ALFREY LEAH J" 616 GOLDEN RAINTREE PL BRANDON FL33510 "All JR KAREEM M" 3301 E 27TH AVE TAMpA FL 33605 "All, ANTHONY D" 316 W WILDER AVE TAMPA FL 33603 "ALIFF RUSSELL J" 1713 NE LAMBRIGHT ST TAMPA Fl33610 "ALLEN JR DAVID B" 3606 PHILLIPS ST TAMPA FL 33619 "ALLEN, CLARENCE E" 8727 N OLAAVE TAMPA FL 33604 "ALLEN GREGORY E" 6205 ROLLING HAMMOCK PL TAMPA FL33610 "ALLISON, ROBERT E" 6206 N 39TH ST TAMPA Fl33610 "ALMAND CHAD A" 9917 E ELLICOTT ST 3 TAMPA FL33610 "ALVAREZ ANTONIO Z" 11233 us HIGHWAY 41 s APT 10-B GIBSONTON FL 33534 "ALVAREZ JOSEPH A" 7521 N HUBERT AVE TAMPA FL33614 "ALVEY ANTHONY M" 3304 w'WYOMING CIA TAMPA FL 33611 "AMASON SUE E" 509 E EVER INA CIA BRANDON FL33510 "AMBROSAT RICHARD E" 3832 COLD CREEK DR VALRICO FL 33596 "ANALETIO, DAVID C" 4003 WARING DR TAMPA FL33610 "ANAYA JOHN" 11321 CAYMAN KEY AVE TAMPA FL33624 "ANDERSON Ill, EMMITT" 3812 LAKESHORE DR TAMPA FL 33604 "ANDERSON JR EMMIT 5011 E SLIGH AVE APT A TAMPA FL33617 "ANDERSON JR, JOHNNIE" 1004 E LAKE AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "ANDERSON, CARLO E" 2317 W BEACH ST TAMPA FL 33607 "ANDERSON HENRI D" 19163 PORTOFINO DR TAMPA FL 33647 "ANDERSON KATHEY M" 4228 N SANDALWOOD CIA TAMPA FL33617 "ANDERSON, KEAL D" 2406 E 29TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "ANDERSON, MAURICE L" 2763 VALENCIA GROVE DR VALRICO FL 33596 "ANDERSON RANDAL G" 5204 s 80TH ST TAMPA FL33619 "ANDERSON, RAN FALL G JR" 5204 E 10TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "ANDREWS ARTHUR" 432 E NORDICAST ST TAMPA FL 33603 "ANDREWS JOANNE J" 4707 ASHMORE DR TAMPA FL33610 "ANGEL SPENCER R" 4302 N LOIS AVE TAMPA FL33614 "ANGELES, BECKY'' 4406 US HIGHWAY 92 W APT 4 PLANT CITY FL 33563 "APONTE ESCRIBANO, MARIA E" 5633 FOREST HAVEN CIA APT 103 TAMPA FL 33615 "APONTE EFRAIN" 2532 w FRIERSON AVE APT 1 TAMPA FL33614 "ARCHIQUETTE, RANDY B" 1404 SHADOW BAY LN BRANDON FL33510 "ARENAS, ANTHONY F" 4807 W FLAMINGO AD APT 6 TAMPA FL 33611 "ARMSTRONG, RASHEEDAH N" 3851 JACKSON CT TAMPA FL33610 "ASH, RUSSELL C" 9725 ALSOBROOK AVE RIVERVIEW FL 33578 "ASHE, ALVIRA S" 13735 SUSAN KAY DR APT D TAMPA FL33613 "ASHE SANDRA L" 2914 N'16TH ST TAMPA FL 33605 "ASHLEY COREY M" 5710 SOClETY PARK BLVD APT C TAMPA FL 33617 "ASKEW LEE C" 5013 SHETLAND AVE TAMPA FL33615 "ATKINS RONALD L" 10730 SKEWLEE AD LOT 7 THONOTOSASSA FL 33592 "AUBUCHON, CARY A" 2612 CRESTFIELD DR VALRICO FL 33596 "AUERBACH LUCIA I" 4733 w WATERS AVE APT 527 TAMPA FL33614 "AURELIEN, WENCESLAS" 4014 W WATERS AVE, APT 806 TAMPA FL33614 "AUSTIN CRAIG J" 1909 w PALMETIO ST TAMPA FL 33607 "AVERSA SR JOSEPH A" 3712 w CASS ST APT 13 TAMPA FL33609 "AYALA FRANCISCO A" 314 7TH AVE NE APT 10 RUSKIN FL 33570 "AYALA JOSE M" 4118 N POPLAR AVE APT 14B -101 TAMPA FL33603 "AYALA ORLANDO" 11816 WHISPER CREEK DR RIVERVIEW FL 33569 "AYALA-PAGAN JAIME" 16193 RAMBLING VINE DR E TAMPA FL 33624 "AYBAR ANDRES" 7006 N ROME AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "BADGERS MALCOLM" 2902 FLORADORA CT APT 202 TAMPA FL 33607 "BAILEY, ANTONIO R" 8313 N BROOKS ST TAMPA FL 33604 "BAILEY CURTIS L" 15420 LiVINGSTON AVE APT 1211 LUTZ FL 33559 "BAILEY, JAMES W" 8440 E 27TH AVE TAMPA FL33619 "BAIRD JAMES D" 8415 N biXONAVE TAMPA FL33604 "BAKER, HEATHER J" 2901 N DALE MABRY HWY APT 1310 TAMPA FL 33607 "BAKER, JAMES" 3718 E GROVE ST TAMPA FL33610 "BAKER, PHILBERT L" 1020 E 12TH AVE TAMPA FL33605 "BAKER, SHAQILAA" 3106 E MCBERRY ST TAMPA FL33610 "BALAZS, CAMELLE A" PO BOX4374 TAMPA FL 33606 "BALDWIN, LONNIE J" 5421 TEMPLE PALMS AVE TAMPA FL 33617 "BALDWIN, REGINALD V'' 3717 ARGON DR TAMPA FL33619 "BANKSTON, MICHAEL" 3403 W WYOMING CIA TAMPA FL33611 "BARALLOBRE, CANDIDO M" 806 E JAMES ST TAMPA FL 33603 "BARFIELD, APRILE" 1201 ORIENT AD TAMPA FL33619 "BARKER SA OMAR R 08021954 520 N FALKENBURG AD TAMPA FL33619 "BARNES JR, WILLIAM T" 8606 N CENTRAL AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "BARNES DAVID A" 11204 SAilBROOKE DR RIVERVIEW, FL 33579 "BARNES, DEANTHONY F" PO BOX 151374 TAMPA FL 33684 "BARNES JOHNIQUE K" 228 PENMARK STONE PL VALRICO FL33594 "BARNES MALCOLM J" 12427 TREE POINTE CT RIVERVIEW FL 33578 "BARNES WALTER" 1014 E 26TH AVE TAMPA, FL 33605 "BARNHARDT RANDY V" 4003 s WEST SHORE BLVD APT 4203 TAMPA FL33611 "BARTRAM CHAD W" 206VISTADR TAMPA FL33613 "BATCHELOR, ANTHONY'' 128 W NORTH ST TAMPA FL 33604 "BATES, CHARLIE I" 6201 IROQUOIS CT ODESSA FL 33556 "BATISTE RENEE R" 8625 FANCY FINCH DR UNIT 203 TAMPA FL33614 "BATTLE, BENNIE" 4820 E TEMPLE HEIGHTS AD TAMPA FL 33617 "BATTLE, ISAAC L JR" 709 E MADISON ST APT 2 PLANT CITY FL 33563 "BATTLES, REGINALD M" 4610 N ARMENIAAVE. APT228 TAMPA FL 33603 "BAUGHEY CHAD E:'' 3838 HUNT AD APT 203 TAMPA FL 33614 "BAYLESS, MAURICE" 13132 N 19TH ST TAMPA FL 33612 "BEAMAN, DOREEN" 2918 E 25TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "BECHARD, TIMOTHY J" 8508 N WILLOW AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "BEHRENS, LEO C" 709 RED RIVER CT APT 12 BRANDON FL33511 "BELIN MELISSA E" 6220 N'NEBRASKAAVE TAMPA FL 33602 "BELL JR, RONALD D" 7602 WILLOW PARK DR TEMPLE TERRACE FL33637 "BELL LEON B" 1.605 SANDY RIDGE DR TAMPA FL 33603 "BELLAMY TABBIEAN P" 2203 E 5TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "BENJAMIN, TAVARES D" 17309 MADISON GREEN DR TAMPA FL 33647 "BENNEIT. BOBBY'' 3115 W DE, LEON ST TAMPA FL 33609 "BENNETI, COREY R" 8314 CROTON AVE TAMPA FL33619"BENNETT, MICHAELA" 5020 HABERSHAM LN TAMPA FL 33619 "BENNIEFIELD, JAMES W" 8215 N 17TH ST TAMPA FL 33604 "BENNIFIELD, SHANTEEKA L" PO BOX211 SEFFNER FL 33583 "BERGERON WAYNE D" PO BOX380Y BRANDON, FL 33509 "BERRIOS LUIS A" 10431 BLACKMORE DR TAMPA FL 33647 "BEXLEY, CARLAJR" 10 17 DAVIS DR TAMPA FL 33619 "BISONO, JAVIER A" 12414 MONDRAGON DR TAMPA FL 33625 "BIVENS AHMAD R" 1031 E c'RENSHAW ST TAMPA FL 33604 "BIVINS JASON L" 7307 HERITAGE HILLS DR TEMPLE TERRACE FL 33637 "BLACKMON ANDREY L" 1207 EGIDDENSAVE TAMPA FL 33603 "BLACKWELL JUSTIN E" 18001 ALLISo'N PARK PLAPT 107 TAMPA FL 33647 "BLAINE, MICHAELA" 10202 DOVEMEADOW CT TAMPA FL33615 "BLAKE, ABDUSBASIYR AM" 12510 MEMORIAL HWY TAMPA FL33635 !'BLAKE CLAYON C" 2608 LINDELL AVE TAMPA FL 33610 "BLANCHETT DEBORAH V" 3112 W WOODLAWN AVE TAMPA FL 33607 "BLUE, ANTHONY W' 8613 N ORANGEVIEW AVE TAMPA FL33617 "BOGGS BARBARA A" 125ARKWRIGHTDR TAMPA FL 33613 "BOGGS, PAMALA G" 5816 N 34TH ST TAMPA FL33610 "BOHANNON, BRADLEY D" 12622 MEMORIAL HWY TAMPA FL 33635 "BOHART, GARY S" 16126 ALDERMAN TURNER AD WIMAUMA FL 33598 "BOLDS, VIRGIL L" 9440 CHANNING CIA APT 1812 TAMPA FL33617 "BOONE, TAWANA D" 6914 N GLEN AVE TAMPA FL33614 "BOOTH, JASON E" 237 WILSON AVE BABSON PARK FL 33827 "BORGES, JUAN" f0407 N 11TH ST B TAMPA FL33612 "BOSTIC, BARTHOLOMEW Z:' 5825 HAMMON DR TAMPA FL33619 "BOUDREAU, JON A" 3413 BLOWING OAK ST VALRICO FL 33596 "BOUIE, ROBIN M" 9207 DALWOOD CT TAMPA FL33615 "BOWERS, TALISHA 1802 COLUMBIA PARK AVE APT202 TAMPA FL33613 ------------.---.... ---_ ____ --_..__.:. .... _ ,. ________

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BOWLES, ALAN L 9915 E US HIGH WAY92 APT 12 TAMPA FL33610 BOWLES TIMEKA S 714 E HUMPHREY ST APT D TAMPA. FL 33604 BOYD CYNTHIA" 4105 G REAT OAK CT APT 25 TAMPA FL33610 "BOYD DANIEL C" 4309 JENT AVE PLANT CITY FL 33566 "BOYD, JACQUELYN A 6037 LANSHIRE DR TAMPA FL 33634 "BOYD MICHAEL K" 114DUVALDR LOT159 TAMPA FL33615 "BOZARTH JR CHARLES R" 1105 W YUKON ST TAMPA FL33604 "BOZMAN ANTHONY I" 4101 M 15TH ST TAMPA FL33610 "BRACKEN CHARLES T" 9004 W NORFOLK ST TAMPA FL33615 "BRADFORD COREY D" 12523 TINSLEY TERRACE DR APT 121 TAMPA FL33612 "BRADLEY LIONEL I" 10610 N 30TH ST APT 35-B TAMPA FL 33612 "BRADLEY RENALDIA J" 10610 N 30TH ST APT 94 TAMPA FL 33612 "BRADSHAW NANCY J" 11904 FAWN DALE DR RIVERVIEW FL 33569 "BRAMLETT EARL L 2903 SPRING HAMMOCK DR PLANT CITY FL 33566 "BRANSTETTER, JONATHAN G" 11520 E US HIGHWAY 92 LOT C11 SEFFNER FL 33584 "BRANTLEY CELENA D" 13132N 19THST APT223 TAMPA FL 33612 "BRATHEWAITE, ISHMAELA" 11734 N 15TH ST APT 16 TAMPA FL33612 "BRAXTON SR, MICHAEL D" 3909 N 38TH ST TAMPAFL33610 "BRAZELTON C" 1031 E HARAlSON ST APT 31 TAMPA FL33602 "BRAZIEL TERRI L" 5819 SUSSEK"DR TAMPA FL 33615 "BRELAND BENJAMIN S" 8707 LAKE,CALM LN ODESSA FL 33556 "BREWER JONUS 0" 1306 SUGAR MAPLE LN BRANDON FL33511 "BRIDGEMAN JR. MICHAELA" 3214 E FERN ST TAMPA FL 33610 "BRIDGES, DAVID H" 11804 BAYTREE DR RIVERVIEW FL 33569 "BRINK DOUGLAS H" 12516 NUS HIGHWAY 301 THONOTOSASSA FL 33592 "BRINSON MICHELE L" 12235 N 16TH ST APT 116E TAMPA FL 33612 "BROADNAX, NIGEANA P" 5210 SMITH RYALS AD PLANT CITY FL 33567 "BROADNAX ROBIN" 1501 sHUNTER sr PLANT CITY FL 33563 "BROOKS Ill CHESTER A" 4106 N 30TH ST TAMPA FL 33610 "BROOKS JR, ERIC AT 2102 E 115TH AVE TAMPA FL 33612 "BROOKS JR JOHN W' 3714N51STST TAMPA FL 33619 "BROOKS, CHRISTOPHER M" 1313AUTUMN DR TAMPA FL 33613 "BROOKS, DEBORAH S" 4517 E GIDDENS AVE TAMPA FL 33610 BROOKS KENYANA T'' 1 1305 N 53RD STREET A PT 0 4 TAMPA FL 33617 BROOKS, K EVIN D 1716 E !DELL ST APT B TAMPA FL 33604 BROOKS MELODY L" 8410AIKEN CT TAMPA FL33615 "BROOKS TAVARUS J" 1905 w FERN ST TAMPA FL 33604 BROWN JR JAMES C 3927 W BAY VISTAAVE TAMPA FL33611 "BROWN SR JESSE D 713 N NEWPORT AVE TAMPA FL 33606 "BROWN ALPHONSO" 8603 N 39TH ST UNIT APT 3 TAMPA FL 33604 "BROWN CHARLENE" 1411EMOHAWKAVE APTB TAMPA FL 33604 "BROWN CHARLES R" 2207 IRENE ST APT 3 LUTZ FL 33549 "BROWN CORY E" 1904 E NEW ORLEANS AVE TAMPA FL33610 "BROWN ERIKA M" 2026 E BEARSS AVE APT 1210 TAMPA FL33613 "BROWN JAVARIO G" 3311 E !o'A ST TAMPA FL33610 "BROWN JOSEPH L" POL E 15' BOX 15 13027 LEEDS CT TAMPA FL33612 "BROWN KEN P" 1011 E24THAVE TAMPA FL 33605 "BROWN LA TONY A N" 3413 N MARTIN LUTHER KING JR BLVD TAMPA FL 33610 "BROWN LONNIE J" 13415 LA PLACE CIA APT 117 TAMPA FL 33612 "BROWN RYAN M" 1209 E 108TH AVE APT A TAMPA FL 33612 "BROWN STEVEN M" 714 WESTwOOD LN BRANDON FL 33511 "BROWN TAMESHA L" 3605 E GENESEE ST TAMPA FL 33610 "BROWN TERRANCE R" 3415 N NEBRASKAAVE APT22 TAMPA FL 33604 "BROWN WAN DORA 0" POBOX 1?3254 TAMPA FL 33672 "BROXTON RONALD E" 8203 LAGUNA LN TAMPA FL 33619 "BRUNSON LARRY E" PO BOX281 DOVER FL 33527 "BRUNTY SELINA M" 8723 DEL REY CT APT 13-A TAMPA FL 33617 "BRYAN MIREYA" 828 M I DWOOD ST APT 50 BROOKLYN NY 11203 "BRYANT JR MORRIS M" 7612 E 25TH AVE TAMPA FL 33619 "BRYANT WILLIAM P" 510 HEDGE ROW AD BRANDON FL 33510 "BRYE GRADY" 508 E LAKE AVE TAMPA FL 33603 "BUITRAGO JR LUIS M" 9407 AFTON cT TAMPA FL 33615 "BULL, KENNETH G" 4314 E HENRY AVE TAMPA FL 33610 "BURDEN JR, JOSEPH" 4005 E HUMPHREY ST APT 212 TAMPA FL 33617 "BURDEN, SARAH L" 7007 S RIVERCHASE DR TEMPLE TERRACE FL 33637 "BURDETTE CHAMBERS CARRIE M" 4530 E COLUMBUS DR APT 207 TAMPA FL 33605 BURK DUSTIN J 6907 EXETER PARK PL APOLLO BEACH FL 33572 BURKE JOHN G 2424 W TAMPA BAY BLVD APT L 102 TAMPA FL 33607 "BURKES LADVA" 6911 INTERBAY BLVD APT 2 TAMPA FL 33616 "BURNETT JR JOSEPHUS" FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL 21 -E PO BO X 1000CHATTAHOOCHEE FL 3 2324 "BURNETT, MACKELLE L" 811 LEXINGTON BLVD TAMPA FL 33612 "BURNS CHARD ELL L" 2609 E 2 2ND AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "BURNS SABRINAA 3710 w SEVILLAST TAMPA FL 33629 "BURTLEY JASON" 2038 E BEARSS AVE 508 TAMPA FL 33613 "BURTON MARCUS M" 13848 AZ.Ji.LEA CIA APT 202 TAMPA FL 33613 "BUSH JR JEFFREY F 3103 E 18TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "BUSH JAMES" 3013 N 48TH ST TAMPA FL 33605 "BUSH SAMMIE L" 5067 KNOLLWOOD PL TAMPA FL 33617 "BUTLER, LENARIO M" 201 DERBY DOWNS PL APT 303 BRANDON FL 33510 "BUZBEE JANICE L" 1611 W SHELL POINTE AD RUSKIN FL 33570 "BYNUM TAM! T" 6469 CANOPY TREE DR TAMPA FL 33610 "BYRD SR HENRY M" 5004 E FOWLER AVE APT 157 -C TAMPA FL 33617 "BYRD JOLLY E 6220 W LINEBAUGH AVE TAMPA FL 33625 "CABRERA JOSE L" 4409 w FERN ST TAMPA FL 33614 "CALDERON, NAHUM" 401 BONNIE DR PLANT CIT Y FL 33563 "CALLENS LATASHA R" 904ALICIA,AVE APT B7 TAMPA FL 33604 "CALTAGIRONE, RONALD A" 1748 WELCOME AD LITHIA FL 33547 "CAMPBELL SA, DAR RON D 8700 N 50TH ST APT 1623 TAMPA FL 33617 "CAMPBELL COY A" 2225 GOLDEN OAKS LN VALRICO FL 33594 "CAMPBELL DWAYNE" 2103 E LAMBRIGHT ST TAMPA FL 33610 "CAMPBELL, SHARON L" 8206 N 12TH ST APT B TAMPA FL 33604 "CANIDA ALASTAIR C" 3212 E JEAN ST TAMPA FL 33610 "CANNADY ANTONIO L 1216 E SLIGH AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "CANTIN BETH N" 5318 LENOIR CT PLANT CITY FL 33566 "CANTIN, MATTHEW B" 5318 LENOIR CT TAMPA FL 33566 -. "CARNLEY, JAMES M" 1111 N 28TH ST TAMPA FL 33605 "CARPENTER MILTON G" 4216 W LAUREL ST TAMPA FL 33607 "CARR ROBERT V'' 1707 E 'FRIERSON AVE TAMPA FL 33610 CARR WILLIYIERM" 709 E 1 19TH AVE TAMPA FL33612 CARROLL, CLIFFORD J" 819 EAGLE LN APOLLO BEACH FL 33572 "CARROLL JOSEPH R" PO BOX 1S373 TAMPA FL 33684 "CARTER ANTHONY W" 12736 N 1 ?TH ST APT 1112 TAMPA FL 33612 "CARTHANASIS PATRICK J" 2003 E MULBERRY DR TAMPA FL 33604 "CARTRETTE ROBBIE L" 10339 LAKESiDE VISTA DR RIVERVIEW FL 33569 "CASAL, SEBASTIAN" 217 W HIAWATHA ST TAMPA FL 33604 "CASALE JR PHILIPP" 6910 W WATER AVE APT 401 TAMPA FL 33634 "CASALE ANDREW J" 3011 S WEST SHORE BLVD TAMPA FL 33629 "CASON, JAMES B" 1235 SWEOET GUM DR BRANDON FL 33511 "CASTANEDA JR GUADALUPE" 5620 CENTER ST WIMAUMA FL 33598 "CASTANEDA ARNOLD" 5620 CENTER ST WIMAUMA FL 33598 "CASTERLINE, ANTHONY R" 3701 W WYOMING AVE APT 117 TAMPA FL 33611 "CATON!, GISELLE" 710 S 50TH ST APT 8 TAMPA FL 33619 "CENTENO, ANTONIO T" 8305 N 12TH ST TAMPA FL 33604 "CHAMPAGNE, NATASHA C" 2213 ELIZABETH DR BRANDON FL 33510 "CHAPMAN LEANN M" 6018 ISABElAAVE GIBSONTON FL 33534 "CHAPMAN MANUEL D" 802 E EMMAST TAMPA FL 33603 "CHARLAND, AMANDA M" 4105 W BAY VISTA AVE TAMPA FL 33611 "CHARLES, GERALD G" PO BOX47712 TAMPA FL 33647 "CHASE ROBIN R" 2301 ESLIGHAVE APT10 TAMPA FL 33610 "CHATTIN JASON D" .. 2902 SAMPLE LOOP TAMPA FL 33619 "CHERRY CEUCA J" 6903 N DUNCAN AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "CHIN SHAKEEB K" 15872 COUNTRY LAKE DR TAMPA FL 33624 "CHRISTENSEN, MICHAELS" 15427 W PONDWOODS DR TAMPA FL 33618 "CLANCEY BARBARA N" 9604 REDWOOD BLVD TAMPA FL 33635 "CLANTON AUSTIN M" 14029 CLUBHOUSE CIA APT 2910 TAMPA FL 33618 "CLARK DELORIS" 2114 w BEACH ST TAMPA FJ_ 33607 "CLARK DEONDRA L" 1207 JULIAN LANE DR TAMPA FL 33619 "CLARK, MILTON B" 1773 NORTHWICK PL LITHONIA GA 30058 "CLARY, 8AVID A" 224ERICCT TAMPA FL 33615 "CLAY, DEBRAA" 4106 OAK KNOLL CT APT 52 TAMPA FL 33610 "CLAY, ELDEN V'' 513 E HUGH ST TAMPA FL 33603 "CLEMENT JR, WESTON A" 202 N FREMONT AVE APT 11 TAMPA FL 33606 "CLEMMONS BERNARD B" 3919 E FERN ST TAMPA FL 33610 CLEWIS TIMOTHY W" 10607 COQUITA LN TAMPA FL 33618 "CLOPTON CHRISTOPHER" 2301 N TAMPA ST TAMPA FL 33602 "COBB JOSHUAJ" 10108 N ARDEN AVE APT A TAMPA FL 33612 "COCHRAN DEVLIN D" 3720 E WILDER AVE TAMPA FL 33610 "COCHRAN SHANNON L" 9605 STARLITE DR RIVERVIEW FL 33578 "COHEN DEVON A" 3104CLAYST TAMPA FL 33605 "COKER, LONNIE C" 502 W 129TH AVE TAMPA FL 33612 "COKER SUEANN L" 6805 N CLEARVIEW AVE TAMPA FL 33614 "COLE MICHAEL" 1136 W MAIN ST TAMPA FL 33607 "COLEMAN JR DAYID G 1504 N GORDON ST PLANT CITY FL 33563 "COLEMAN JR, JAMES R 4205 S MANHATTAN AVE APT 7 TAMPA FL 33611 "COLEMAN DARRELL L" 3026 NAVE' REPUBLICA DE CUBA TAMPA FL 33605 "COLEMAN, STEVEN A" 3424 E POWHATAN AVE TAMPA FL 33610 "COLLAZO, RISQUERMI" 2907 N 16TH ST TAMPA FL 33605 "COLLINS SR, NICHOLAS D 2510 WPINE ST TAMPA FL 33607 "COLLINS BENNIE L" 1415 E 124THAVE TAMPA FL 33612 "COLLINS, LINDA R" 9516 LAKE PARK DR THONOTOSASSA FL 33592 "COLLINS MARIA D" 7311 N DARTMOUTH AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "COLON EDDIE 3607 DEVON ST TAMPA FL 33605 "COLON JOHNNY'' 914 NINA ELIZABETH CIA APT 101 BRANDON FL 33510 "COLON WILLIAM" 3450 PALENCIA DR APT 2301 TAMPA FL 33618 "GOMER JR MICHAEL D 8415 PEBBLE CIA APT C TAMPA FL 33615 "GOMOLL!, DARYL L" 13131 N 19TH ST APT 207 TAMPA FL 33612 "COMPTON, ANGEL" 8003 PEACH DR TEMPLE TERRACE FL 33637 "Co"NARD, SALENA S" 8401 BOWLES AD LOT 8 TAMPA FL 33637 "CONDE, RAYMOND A" 6005 'MYER ST TAMPA FL 33634 "CONDRY EDDIE C" 8509 N HYALEAH AD TAMPA FL 33617 CONNER, ROBERT L" PO BOX 13541 TAMPA FL 33681 "CONWAY, FRANK L" 6221 N DALE MABRY HWY APT 2903 TAMPA FL 33614 "CONWAY, ROBERT T'' 8407 LITHIA PINECREST RD LITHIA FL 33547 COOK, CHRISTINE J" 2201 MARGARET ELAINE AVE SEFFNER FL 33584 "COOK, STEPHEN C" POBOX611 SEFFNER FL 33583 -----:.-_______ -:__ ______ _) :::0 c l< s: ..... w 1\J 0 ..... ..... r-0 :::0 c ):> en m z :::! z m r-Ill c r rm :::! z "C c: Ill r-(i) :r m c m < m :::0 -< -t c m en c ):> z c :a c \

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C") ..... c a: LL c z c( c en w :::J 1-> a: w > w c w :::r: en :::i m :::J ll. z i= w ..J ..J :::J m ...J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ..J LL 0 ,c}, w "COOLEY MATTHEW R" 205 BRY AN RD BRANDON FL 33511 "COOLEY THOMAS E" B211 GREENLEAF CIR TAMPA FL 33615 "COOPER COREY D" 842B N RIVER DUNE ST TAMPA FL 33617 "CORDOVA JERRY 0" 2B06 N TAMPA ST APTA TAMPA FL 33602 CORREA MICHAEL H 1 613 E GENESEE ST TAMPA FL 33610 "CC>RTES HECTOR R 6700 1 2 N WELLINGTON AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "CORTES LIVIA E" 2709 VARSITY PL TAMPA FL 33612 "CORTEZ ARTURO" 12043 CITRUS FALLS CIR APT 203 TAMPA FL 33625 "CORTINEZ, YOLANDA 506 5TH AVE SE RUSKIN FL 33570 "COSBY JEFFREY C" 1413 EMOHAWKAVEAPTA TAMPA FL 33604 "COSTLEY MANDY JA" 6500 N NEEmASKAAVEAPT 12 TAMPA FL 33604 "COTTMAN LAWRENCE A" 2904 E GENESEE ST TAMPA FL 33610 "COTTON, RODNEY DEREK PO BOX20B1 RIVERVIEW FL 33579 "COX IVORY G" 1411 E MOHAWK AVE TAMPA FL 33604 CRAIG DWIGHT" 2910 RAMADA DR APT 197 TAMPA FL 33613 CRAMER MISTY R" 10111 N HYACINTH AVE TAMPA FL 33612 "CRAWFORD Ill WILLIAM A" 310B W PALMETTO ST TAMPA FL 33607 "CRAWFORD JR, WILLIAM A" 310B W PALMETTO ST TAMPA FL 33607 "CRAWFORD, DAREALLE L 6601 MARINA POINTE VILLAGE CT APT208 TAMPA FL 33635 CRAWFORD, WILLIAM A 172B W BEACH ST TAMPA FL 33607 CREWS BONICKIAL L" 601 E KENNEDY BLVD FLR : 16 TAMPA FL 33602 "CRIMMON, KENISA C 7B09 N WHITTIER ST TAMPA FL 33617 "CROCKER CHRISTOPHER H" 3701 CARROLLWOOD PL CIA TAMPA FL 33624 "CRUSAN, TIMOTHY' 313 EALTHEAAVE TAMPA FL 33612 CRUTCHLEY, THOMAS A 500B E HOLLAND ST TAMPA FL 33617 CRUZ JR, NICOLAS" 7902 LONGWOOD RUN LN TAMPA FL 33615 "CRUZ FRANCISCO A" 2901 W BUSCH BLVD NO. 500 TAMPA FL 3361B CRUZ IVAN A" 302 HARBOUR PLACE DR STE 3110 TAMPA FL 33602 "CRUZADO TERESA" 3302 N FLORIDA AVE APT 223 TAMPA FL 33603 "CRUzADO VICTOR J" PO BOX 262641 TAMPA FL 33685 "CUADRADO, ELIAS 10858 SAKONNET RIVER DR 101 TAMPA FL 33615 "CUCURELLA, DAVID" 9126 SANDCROFT CT TAMPA FL 3361.5 "CUMBESS JR, JERRY L 1204 W RISK ST APT D PLANT CITY FL 33563 CUMMINGS KENNED Y J" 12 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WATERBOURNE DR GIBSONTON FL 33534 "DIAZ MILEYDI B" 2B01 N NEVADA AVE TAMPA FL 33602 "DIAZ VICTOR A" 7205 N CLARK AVE TAMPA FL 336 14 "DIAZ VIRGINIA" 14Q1i FALL CIA 3B2 TAMPA FL 33613 "DIAZ YOMAR" 7B09 RIDEOUT AD TAMPA FL 33619 "D I CKENS JR WILLIE C" 4221 E OKARA AD APT B TAMPA FL 33617 DICKENS, TOMMY' 5413 TEMPLE ELM LN TAMPA FL 33617 DICKERSON SA, KEVIN" 3011 ORIENT AD TAMPA FL 33619 "DICKINSON, DEMETRIUS" 9512 W PARK VILLAGE DR APT 108 TAMPA FL 33626 "DIEHL JANET M 11344 US HIGHWAY 41 SLOT 6 GIBSONTON FL 33534 "DIGIOIA, ANTOINETTE F" 6720 S LOIS AVE APT 8302 TAMPA FL 33616 DIM OGA HEMBA FAN" 3715 JEFFERSON COMMONS DR APT201 D TAMPA FL 33613 DISMUKE, DEWAYNE L" B729 GROVE TEA APT 263 TEMPLE TERRACE FL 33617 "DOANE DUSTIN J 548 FLAMINGO DR APOLLO BEACH FL 33572 DOBY VERMONT E" 2225 E 131 STAVE APT 2202 TAMPA FL 33612 DO E JERRICK J 414 E GOULD CT APT 293 TAMPA FL 33603 DOMINGUEZ TABARE" 1513 EANNONAAVE TAMPA FL 33612 "DONALDSON DONIQUISHA M 111 7 W MAIN ST TAMPA FL 33607 "DORRIES ERIN 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SA, CARLTON L 2422 WOODY TRACE LN TAMPA FL 33612 "EVERETT CLARENCE J" 151B T I LSEN DR TAMPA FL 33612 EVERIDGE, SARAH J 1611 E 26TH AVE APT A TAMPA FL 33605 .. EVERSOLE RANDY A" 1505 E DIANA.ST TAMPA FL 33'610 FAGERLUND, KRISTIN R" 4622 GULFWINDS DR LUTZ FL 33558 "FANTE THOMAS J" 311 N SAINT CLOUD AVE VALRICO FL 33594 FEANNY II, WINSTON G 10903 FENWAYGLEN CT RIVERVIEW FL 33578 "FEGINS RAYMOND A" 2409 E 99TH AVE TAMPA FL 33612 FElLNER CHRISTINE E" 1914 E 142ND AVE TAMPA FL 33613 "FELICIANO, KIOMARA" 12217 HIDDEN BROOK DR TAMPA FL 33624 "FERGUSON DAVID A" 11407 MARGE WAY TAMPA FL 33637 "FERNANDEZ JR LUIS A" 4818 S 86TH ST TAMPA FL 33619 FERNANDEZ JR. MANUEL B03 DISTRICT CT TAMPA FL 33613 FERNANDEZ ALBERT' 13901 N FLORIDA AVE APT 1-126 TAMPA FL 33613 "FERNANDEZ DENNIS D" 1120 E HARRISON ST TAMPA FL33602 "FERNANDEZ, MICHAEL" 7504 REINDEER AD TAMPA FL 33619 "FERRARA JR, ALBERT J 9014 DUKE DR TAMPA FL 33615 "FERRERA FRANKS" 908 NINA ELIZABETH CIA APT 302 BRANDON FL 33510 "FERREY, LUIS C" 807EELMST TAMPA FL 33604 "FIELDS TOMMY M" 1211 E 2STH AVE I TAMPA FL 33605 "FIGUEROA JOSE 9402 N 16TH ST TAMPA FL 33612 "FINLEY, GEORGE E 410 E ROBLES ST TAMPA FL 33602

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"FISHER JESSICA R 2022EBEARSSAVE APT112 TAMPA FL 33613 "FITCH INS" 6905 N'16TH ST TAMPA FL 33610 "FLANAGAN STEVEN P" 703 DEBRA LYNNE DR APT A BRANDON FL 33511 "FLETCHER MICHELLE M" 538 TERRACE DR BRANDON FL 33510' "FLORES TIFFANY'' 7352 BONITA VISTA WAY 102 TAMPA FL 33617 "FLOURNOY PIERRET" 804 E BROAD ST TAMPA FL 33604 "FLOWERS ROBERT J" 11504 BAY GARDENS LOOP RIVERVIEW FL 33569 "FLOYD FRANK P" 4263 E CURTIS ST TAMPA FL 33610 "FLOYD MELLISSIA 0" 1814 N 47TH ST LOT 26 TAMPA FL 33605 "FORD MARVIN D" 4009 N'SEMINOLEAVE TAMPA FL 33603 "FORD ROBERT L" 1017 E HOLLAND AVE APT B TAMPA FL 33612 "FORD SANDY C" 8713 N'BROOKS ST TAMPA FL 33604 "FORDE MARLENE M" 13316KEYLARGORD APT2316 TAMPA FL 33612 "FOREMAN, WILLIAM E" 7802 RIVERVIEW DR RIVERVIEW FL 33578 "FORTNER, SHERRY A" 106 W LOGARTO CIA APT B-110 TAMPA FL 33612 "FOWLER, ANEITA M" 13762 ORANGE SUNSET DR BLDG 66 TAMPA FL 33618 "FRAIZER II, SELATHIELA" 9416 N BROOKS ST APT A TAMPA FL 33612 "FRANCOIS, EVILIEN 1708 SCOTT ST APT A TAMPA FL 33605 "FREDRICK SCOTT L" 4607 N HUBERT AVE TAMPA FL 33614 "FREEMAN SA JAKALE S 2909 N 21ST ST TAMPA FL 33605 "FREEMON, JIMMY'' 8616 FISH LAKE AD TAMPA FL 33619 "FRETI, ERNESTEEN" 11716 N 58TH ST APT M TAMPA FL 33617 "FREYTES EDWIN" 2246 N SPRING GLADE CIA TAMPA FL 33613 "FRIEDEN, DOROTHY A" 7608GULFCT TEMPLE TERRACE FL 33637 "FRISBIE, ALFRED M" 9911 HAROLD BEDFORD AD RIVERVIEW FL 33578 "FULGHAM, STEVEN L" 5605 LEGACY CRES PL APT 302 RIVERVIEW FL 33578 "FULLER ERIC D" 2009 N FLORIDA AVE TAMPA FL 33602 "FULLER SHAKARA L" 8609 N 14TH ST TAMPA FL 33604 "FURLOW JAMES 0" 6113 N 23RD ST TAMPA FL 33610 "FUSSELL SHARON A" 4114 E COMANCHE AVE TAMPA FL 33610 "GABINO DENISE M" 922DEl..ANEY CIA APT 106 BRANDON FL 33511 "GAINES, DAVID J" 2922 N TAMPA ST APT A TAMPA FL 33602 "GAINOUS EDWARD F" 3220 DARLINGTON DR TAMPA FL 33619 GALANIS BENJAMIN 8 20 5 N 13TH ST APT A TAMPA FL 33604 "GAPPY KATRINA M" 8700 N SOTH ST APT 1 34 TAMPA FL 33617 "GARAY DIANA" 2806 SOMERSET PARK DR TAMPA FL 33613 "GARCIA JR, JOSE 13111 LEISUREWOOD PL APT D TAMPA FL 33612 "GARCIA, AVELINO" 3222 DELRAY DR TAMPA FL 33619 "GARCIA DANIEL" 715 w GREEN ST APT 2-A TAMPA FL 33607 GARCIA MICHAEL A" 1201 AUTUMN DR TAMPA FL 33613 "GARCIA PEDRO J" 10213 N :bAD ST TAMPA FL 33612 "GARCIA RAFAEL" 7702 RIVERGATE DR APT 1102 TAMPA FL 33619 "GARCIA ROY A" 20919TH AVE NW RUSKIN FL 33570 "GARDNER DEBORAH A" 204 E KEYSVILLE AD PLANT CITY FL 33567 "GARRISON JOSHUAA" 4822 KELLY 'AD TAMPA FL 33615 "GASKINS, SONIA A" 12709 N 19TH AT APT 1-101 TAMPA FL 33612 "GATELY, CHRISTOPHER L" 1727 E 17TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "GAUTREAUX LUIS A" 106 W LOGARTO CIA APT B-205 TAMPA FL 33612 "GAY, JAMIE M" 2108 E 99TH AVE TAMPA FL 33612 "GEORGE JUSTIN D" 4107 ROYAL BANYAN DR UNIT 202 TAMPA FL 33610 "GERLE PETER F" 3828 BElLEWATER BLVD RIVERVIEW FL 33578 "GIBSON JR JERRY L 2614 E 38TH AVE TAMPA FL 33610 "GIBSON, REMON E" 1630 MOSAIC FOREST DR SEFFNER FL 33584 "GILCHRIST, ANTOINETTE K" 5030 E SLIGH AVE APT A TAMPA FL 33617 "GILL, KlAN B" PO BOX 1161 THONOTOSASSA FL 33592 "GILLIARD, DELVECCHIO B" 1808 E 21ST AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "GIL YARD, MARQUIS L" 404 E JAMES ST TAMPA FL 33603 "GIRALDO, FABIAN" 4315 W NORTHAST APT 10 TAMPA FL 33609 "GIST JESSICA L" 1314 DAB DR SEFFNER FL 33584 "GLADNEY RICHARD" 1315 SCOTr ST APT B TAMPA FL 33605 "GLENN JUSTIN A" 2425 HE,RMOSA DR TAMPA FL 33619 "GLOVER, GERALD M" 8513'N 10TH ST TAMPA FL 33604 "GLOVER, JAQUAN M" 12020 DUPLEX DR SEFFNER FL 33584 "GLOVER, KELVIN J" 10200 N ARMENIA APT 708 TAMPA FL 33612 "GLOVER MARYETTA" 3819 N 29TH ST TAMPA FL 33610 "GODOY JUAN C" 14550 BRUCE B DOWNS BLVD APT 189 TAMPA FL 33613 "GOEDEL SHERRY A 238 SHORE PKY APT 205 TAMPA FL 33615 "GOFF JR HENRY M 911 N PARK AD PLANT CITY FL 33563 GOGGINS SA ASHLEY J 5901 N 36TH ST TAMPA FL 33610 "GOINS CHANCE R" 602 EALEXANDER ST APT210 PLANT CITY FL 33563 "GOLDEN, SHERRY L" 703 W DEBBIE CIA TAMPA FL 33613 "GOLDSTEIN, RICHARD J" 1350 DEW BLOOM AD VALRICO FL 33594 "GOLFIN MICHELLE D" 3822 E R IVERHILLS DR APT D TAMPA FL 33604 "GOMEZ ; JESSICA" 8578 CHANNELVIEW CIA APT 8578 TAMPA FL 33614 "GONZALEZ JR ANGELL" 8413 N ARMENIA AVE APT 1112 TAMPA FL 33604 "GONZALEZ ANGEL A" 6421 ROYAL' HUNT DR APT 301 TAMPA FL 33625 "GONZALEZ, AURELIO" 3401 E 12TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "GONZALEZ BRIAN J" PO BOX 152' DOVER FL 33527 "GONZALEZ CARLOS A" 7409 N HIGHLAND AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "GONZALEZ, CARLOS L" 7409 N HIGHLAND AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "GONZALEZ DAMARIS P" 9710 WHISTLER CT TAMPA FL 33615 "GONZALEZ DOUGLAS P" 6919 N GUNlOCK AVE TAMPA FL 33614 "GONZALEZ, EMILIP A" 4506 DODO LN DOVER FL 33527 "GONZALEZ LEAH A" 13225 BUUN CIA APT 40 TAMPA FL 33612 "GONZALEZ OTONIEL" 8409 N SEMMES ST TAMPA FL 33604 GONZALEZ VIDALINO" 2019 STUART ST TAMPA FL 33605 "GOODWIN GEORGE C" 6404 ORAN,ST TAMPA FL 33610 "GORDON SA, DANIELS" 4902 N MACDILLAVE APT 1312 TAMPA FL 33614 "GORDON SA, RICHARD J 8312 COUNTRY SQUARE CT TAMPA FL 33615 "GORDON, JESSICA M" 8435 GARDENER AD APT 5 TAMPA FL 33625 GORDON, YANEY' 203 DERBY QOWNS PL UNIT APT 303 BRANDON FL33510 "GORKA, RICHARD A" 2211 GOLF MANOR BLVD VALRICO FL 33596 "GOSS, KIMBERLY J" 205 GARLAND AVE SEFFNER FL 33584 GOTAY EMMANUEL" 14408 DAKE LN APT 102 TAMPA FL 33613 "GOVAN CEDRIC L" 2003 CLARICE CIA TAMPA FL 33619 "GOVERNOR JR, VINCENT L" 1217 EDGERTON DR VALRICO FL 33594 "GRAF JOSHUA S" 6104WEBBRD APT315 TAMPA FL 33615 "GRAHAM JR, MICHAEL E 5302 MADISON LAKE CIA TAMPA FL 33619 "GRAHAM MICHAELA 3502 E 33RD AVE TAMPA FL 33610 "GRAHAM MONROE" 18310 DOLLYBROOK LN LUTZ FL 33549 "GRANDBERRY, LILLIE H" 4512 N 35TH ST TAMPA FL 33610 "GRANGER JIMMY L" 1409 ARMWOOD CT APT D TAMPA FL 33602 "GRANT SA ULYSSES A" 1935 W UNION ST TAMPA FL 33607 "GRANT, CHARLES D" 2301 E SLIGH AVE APT 36 TAMPA FL 33610 "GRANT JAMES" 7127 N SOTH ST TAMPA FL 33617 "GRANT JOHNNIE L" 6802 N 48TH ST TAMPA FL 33610 "GRANT WALTER E" 102 E PATTERSON ST TAMPA FL 33604 "GRAVINO JOHN C" 4427 W PEARL AVE TAMPA FL 33611 "GRAY MICHAEL A" 1411 c'LOVERFIELD DR BRANDON FL 33511 "GRAY PATRICK A" 2917 HICKORY GROVE DR VALRICO FL 33596 "GRAY TONY E" 8058 FAWN RIDGE CIA TAMPA FL 33610 "GRAYSON ; MICHAELS" 509 N GOMEZ AVE TAMPA FL 33609 "GREEN JR EDWARD L" 7007 RIVERVIEW DR LOT 7 RIVERVIEW FL 33578 "GREEN JR, VINCENT E 4972 N 42ND ST APT A TAMPA FL 33610 ''GREEN CHERYL K" 10830 CASA DR RIVERVIEW FL 33569 "GREEN MICHAEL L" 309WWESTST TAMPA FL 33602 "GREEN TIMOTHY L" 4542 SAf..JD POINTE PLAPT 2 TAMPA FL 33615 "GREEN VINCENT M" 5106 w RICHARDSON AVE TAMPA FL 3361 "GREEN, WILLIAM" 2023 PHYLLIS PL TAMPA FL 33619 GREGORIA, SIMON" 8518 GIBSONTON DR LOT 150 GIBSONTON FL 33534 "GRIER Ill, REUBEN H 210 ORSLEY DR SEFFNER FL 33584 "GRIFFITH PAULAJ 9414 N 50TH ST APTA TAMPA FL "GRILLO, SAMMY W' 2738 W LA SALLE ST TAMPA FL 33607 "GRONER, MICHAELA" 10314 N NEBRASKAAVE APT 1614 TAMPA FL 33612 "GROOM GARY A" 17633 GUNN HWY APT 140 ODESSA FL 33556 "GROOMS JAY AS" 1206 FLETCHER LN PLANT CITY FL 33563 "GROSS MATTHEW' 809 E 124THAVE TAMPA FL 33612 "GRUBER KENNETH M" 1905 HUNTER LN BRANDON FL 33510 "GUILLEN, JENNIFER 0" 12501 MONDRAGON DR TAMPA FL 33625 "GUTIERREZ ZAVALA, CHARLES A" 101 E HAMILTON AVE TAMPA FL 33004 "GUYNN LEONARD A" 7514 N 40TH ST TAMPA FL 33604 "GUZMAN, JUAN 12027 BUTLER WOODS CIA RIVERVIEW FL 33579 HALE TERRY J" 29 14 JUNIPER LAKE PL PLANT CITY FL 33566 "HALL JR TOMMIE 3809 N 28TH ST TAMPA FL 3 3 610 "HALL Ill JOHN" 2814 N J"EFFERSON ST TAMPA FL 33602 "HALL GREGORY A" 2727 W SAINT CONRAD ST TAMPA FL 33607 "HALL, RICKY L" 9404 N MULBERRY ST TAMPA FL 33612 "HALL, RONTAVIOUS A" 800 E NORFOLK ST TAMPA FL 33604 "HALL TAMESHAA" 2508 N AV REPUBLICA DE CUBA TAMPA FL 33605 "HALLMAN JR KEVIN E" 9018 HICKORY CIA TAMPA FL 33615 "HAM JEFFREY L" 1250 SKIPPER AD APT 49 TAMPA FL 33613 "HAMILTON CORNELIUS" 2207 IRENE ST APT 2 LUTZ FL 33549 "HAMILTON MELVINE" 1201 N FRE,MONT AVE TAMPA FL 33607 "HAMMOND, ANGELA M" 1913 E 143RDAVE TAMPA FL 33613 "HAMMOND JARAD" 7166 HAMILTON PARK BLVD TAMPA FL 33615 "HANCOCK, DEAN M" 7201 N LOIS AVE TAMPA FL 33614 "HANDY JERNARD" 8620 N ORANGEVIEW AVE TAMPA FL 33617 "HANEY SA, RICHARD D 3316 FOX LAKE DR TAMPA FL 33618 "HANEY, LINDA S" 2015 N CENTRAL AVE TAMPA FL 33602 "HANKERSON JR, KENNY" 12509 TINSLEY CIA APT 202 TAMPA FL 33612 "HANSON ALICIA M" 2608 BRIDLE LN WIMAUMA FL 33598 "HARDEN KYLE A" 350 LAKEWOOD DR APT 181 BRANDON FL 33510 "HARDEN, REGINALD W' POBOX 13012 TAMPA FL 33681 "HARMON Ill ROME L" 12202 N 15TH ST APT 702 TAMPA FL 33612 "HARPER, TIMOTHY W" 15215 LIVINGSTON AVE APT 163 LUTZ FL 33559 "HARRINGTON JR, SIMON M 4306 E 22ND AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "HARRIS ASHLEY A" 13901 N FLORIDAAVE APT76 TAMPA FL 33613 "HARRIS LINDA B" 807 W WARREN ST PLANT CITY FL 33563 "HARRIS, THOMAS L" 5807 N 34TH ST TAMPA FL 33610 "HARRIS THOMAS N" PO BOX 2801 01 TAMPA FL 33682 "HARRIS VICKIE Y'' 3710 N 53 AD ST TAMPA FL 33619 "HARRISON, DARRIEL D 712 E ROBSON ST TAMPA FL 33604 "HARRISON, ELTON L" 17734 MORNINGHIGH DR LUTZ FL 33549 "HART, DEBORAH S" PO BOX 272307 TAMPA FL 33688 "HART, RICHARD C" 3713 MOLLIE LN RUSKIN FL 33573 :J:J c s: ..... 5'l I\) 0 ..... ..... r-0 :J:J c )> en m z :::! z m r-aJ c r r-z "'tt c llJ r-u; 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HAR V E Y JONATHAN W HILT BRIAN J" "HUDDLESTON MARK J "JACOBS DAVID A" "JOHNSON CORNELL G" 1208 S TAYLOR RD UNIT B 6229 FLAM INGO DR PO BO X 663 1804 E MULBERRY DR 4922 W GANDY BLVD SEFFNER FL 33584 APOLLO BEACH FL 33572 RIVERVIE W FL 33568 TAMPA FL 33604 TAMPA FL 33611 HASKELL JEFFERY D " HINES CC RE Y A " HUDSON JR WILLIAM L" "JAMES, HERBERT L "JOHNSON, DORETHA" c 2306 DUNDEE CT APT 19 1 2522 LOVERS LN 14 139 WATERVILLE CIR 2016 E COMANCHE AVE PO BOX 3740 a: TAMPA FL 336 1 2 RIVER V IEW FL 33579 TAMPA FL 33626 TAMPA FL 33610 BRANDON FL 33509 LL HASKELL RYAN P" HOAGLAND JOHN F" "HUDSON, RENARDO T "JAMES, STANLEY" "JOHNSON EMANUEL D" 1020 VERSANT DR APT 204 17912 SINGING WOOD PL 8315 N 39TH ST APT C 4007 E HENRY AVE 5304 MARTIN LN BRANDON FL 33511 LUTZ FL 33548 TAMPA FL 33604 TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33617 "HASTY KOSHAN L" "HOCKED, JOSHUA E "HUDSON, RONALD L" "JAMES, VINCENT E" "JOHNSON, ISAIAH N" 4806 E 18TH AVE 2729 N RIDGEWOOD AVE APT 3 PO BOX 4351 13646 LARAWAY DR 1403 E 127TH AVE APT H TAMPA FL 33605 TAMPA FL 33602 TAMPA FL 33677 RIVERVIEW FL 33579 TAMPA FL 33612 "HAVENS SCOTI R" "HODGE BENJAMIN C" "HUDSON TAMEKA L" "JARAMILLO, LARRY D" "JOHNSON, IVORY C" 2203 WHITNEY PL 2309 PALM AVE 1308 E YUKON ST 3107 REX AVE 14802 N FLORIDA AVE APT K-176 VALRICO FL 33594 SEFFNER FL 33584 TAMPA FL 33604 DOVER FL 33527 TAMPA FL 3;3613 "HAYA RONNIE A" "HODGES SEAN C" "HUFF WILLARD M"704 "JARRED SR, WARREN A" "JOHNSON JESSICA J" 21621 KEENE RD 2608 E 38TH AVE E PLYMOUTH ST 910 W DOWNS CT APT 201 13553 GRAGSTOI:'J CIR WIMAUMA FL 33598 TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33603 TAMPA F:L 33603 TAMPA FL 33613 "HAYES, JOE F "HODNETI. DAVID W" "HUGHES, MICHAEL D" "JEAN-FRANCOIS, SERGELINE" "JOHNSON KATHY D'' 16715 CARLTON LAKE RD 6806 N NEBRASKA AVE 1505 GRAND ISLE DR 13418LAPLACECIR APT107 2534 W FRIERSON AVE APT 2 WIMAUMA FL 33598 TAMPA FL 33604 BRANDON FL 33511 TAMPA FL 33612 TAMPA FL 33614 "HAZELL NIGEL J" "HOFFMAN, DUSTIN R" "HUMPHREY, KIM L" "JEFFERSON, MAMIE L" "JOHNSON, KEITH A" 8399 DAVID RD 5002 MARC DR 11717 N 14TH ST UNIT APT E-2 13302 PIERRE PL APT 129 13142 N 20TH ST APT33 TAMPA FL 33625 TAMPA FL 33619 TAMPA FL 33612 TAMPA FL 33612 TAMPA FL 33612 "HEARD, WANDA E" HOLBROOKS, JAMES W" "HUNT, LINDA F" "JEFFREY, OTIS E" "JOHNSON, KEITH E SR" 2203 BRIANA DR 3602 LANDINGS WAY DR 314 W COLUMBUS DR 13807 N 19TH ST APT C 2301 N TAMPA ST BRANDON FL 33511 TAMPA FL 33624 TAMPA FL 33602 TAMPA FL 33613 TAMPA Fl., 33602 "HEATHCOE, MICHAEL D" "HOLLAND, CHRISTINA "HUNTER, CHRISTOPHER L" "JENKINS JR CEDRIC B" "JOHNSON, LULA M" 1521 E 128TH AVE 921 GRAND CANYON DR 3604 W BEACH ST 1201 E 124THAVE 3903 E CURTIS ST TAMPA FL 33612 VALRICO FL 33594 TAMPA FL 33607 TAMPA FL 33612 TAMPA FL 33610 "HENDERSON, DWIGHT L" HOLLAND, SHEILA L" "HUNTER DONOVAN AN" "JENKINS JR, DONALD E" "JOHNSON, MILDRED" 1402 E CHILKOOT AVE 8306 N ELMER ST 8538 GOLD RIDGE CIR 2805 E MCBERRY ST 952 W CHESTNUT ST TAMPA FL 33612 TAMPA FL 33604 TAMPA FL 33619 TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33607 "HENDERSON, JOSHUA S" "HOLLEY, DALE E" "HUNTER, JEROME" "JENKINS, CHARLES" "JOHNSON, MONICAL" c 15115 BUCKHORN CT APT 102 307 E FRANCES AVE APT C 5007 PURITAN RD 3608 N GARRISON ST 1416 MARATHON KEY DR APT 106 a: LUTZ FL 33559 TAMPA FL 33602 TAMPA FL 33617 TAMPA FL 33619 TAMPA FL 33612 LL c "HENDERSON, MARVIN H" "HOLLINS, AARON L" "HUNTER, SHERRY L" "JENKINS, CONSTANCE" "JOHNSON, PAULA" z 14512 HENSEL LN APT 249 9428 CHANNING CIR APT 1803 12709 RAEBURN WAY 3709 N DAR11v10UTH AVE 4207 S DALE MABRY HWY APT 410 TAMPA FL 33612 TAMPA FL 33604 TAMPA FL 33603 TAMPA FL 33605 TAMPA FL 33603 a: w "HENRY, DANIEL M" "HOLMES, HABERT L" I NGRAM JR, RUDY A" "JENKINS, FREDDRICK A" "JOHNSON, SHANNON M" > 5806 MOHR LOOP 815 E LAURAST 1944 W CHESTNUT ST 2242 N SPRING GLADE CIR 7421 51ST AVES w TAMPA FL33615 PLANT CITY FL 33563 TAMPA FL 33607 TAMPA FL 33613 TAMPA FL 33619 c w HERNANDEZ JR, MARIO "HOLMES, KENNETH R" "INGRAM, AARON L" "JENNINGS JOHN F" "JOHNSON, SHARI A" J: 3907 SPENCE AVE 15203 N 12TH ST LOT 24 3006 S KEATS ST 7202 KINGSBURY CIR 1605 E 26TH AVE UNIT C en TAMPA FL 33614 LUTZ FL 33549 TAMPA FL TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33605 :::l "HERNANDEZ, JOSE L" m "HOLTGRAVE, MONICAL" "ISLAM, ClARA E" "JENNINGS, MARCUS A" JOHNSON, STEVEN" ::l 5305 N BOULEVARD APT 105 9115 QUAIL STOP 317 WINDWOOD OAK DR 4501 N 39TH ST 1015 E IDAST fl. TAMPA FL 33603 TAMPA FL 33626 TAMPA FL 336l3 TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33603 z "HERNANDEZ, MARCIE S" "HOLTON HENRY D" "ITALIANO, AMANDA A" JENNINGS, SHELBY H" "JOHNSON, TAVARIS M i= 18914 HANNA RD 13609 N 20TH ST APT E 7108COVE PL 1016 BRINWOOD DR 2301 E SLIGH AVE APT 5 w LUTZ FL 33549 TAMPA FL 33613 TAMPA FL 33617 SEFFNER FL 33584 TAMPA FL 33610 ...J ...J "HERRICK, CHARLES H" "HOPE SR MALCOLM A" "JACKSON, ANGELA L" "JERNIGAN, ARNEZ D" "JOHNSON, TERRI A" ::l m POBOX409 2619E28THAVE 1402 MARATHON KEY DR APT 107 903 LAKEWQPD AVE 5505 N HABANAAVE UNIT APT 11 ...J VALRICO FL 33595 TAMPA FL 33605 TAMPA FL 33612 TAMPA FL 33613 TAMPA FL 33614 w "HERRING, TROY E" "HOPE, MALCOLM A" "JACKSON CHARLES E" JILES, COURTNEY M" "JOHNSON, TIFFANY N" z i= 5732 W FARKAS RD 1605 SANDY RIDGE DR APT R-102 18002 RICHMOND PLACE APT3124 3832 VALLEY TREE DR 421 N HERNANDEZ CT z PLANT CITY FL 33567 TAMPA FL 33605 TAMPA FL 33647 TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33603 w "HESKY, ALEXANDER J "HORDGE JR, CALVIN E "JACKSON, DANELLE V'' "JIMENEZ, TONY J" "JOHNSON, TREVOR S" en 10611 NANNETIEAVE 1 0002 N 20TH ST 2112TAFTST 17850 JAMESTOWN WAY APT A 4807 UMBER CT A FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33615 PLANT CITY FL 33563 HICKS MARK A" "HOUSTON II, ELLIS L" "JACKSON, LEONARD P" "JOHNSON JR, DAVID H" "JONES JR, RONALD E" 3130WLAMBRIGHTST APT327 4747 W WATERS AVE APT 1907 1030 N FLORIDA AVE 10611 WALKER VISTA DR 3301 E 26TH AVE TAMPA FL 33614 TAMPA FL 33614 TAMPA FL 33602 RIVERVIEW FL 33578 TAMPA FL 33605 "HILL JR, JAMES B "HOUSTON Ill, GEORGE R" "JACKSON, LORENZO K" "JOHNSON SA, JOHNNY L" "JONES, ANDREW C 3417 CARIOCACT 3006 E 23RD AVE 1812 E 143RDAVEAPT 4 1512E26THAVE 3406 NAKORA DR TAMPA FL 33605 TAMPA FL 33605 TAMPA FL 33613 TAMPA FL 33605 TAMPA FL 33618 "HILL JR, JOHNNIE E" "HOUSTON CONCETIA R "JACKSON, MONICAL" "JOHNSON SA, JOSHUA J "JONES, ANSION" 2102 N ALBANY AVE 1.4300 HENSEL LN APT 143 10610 N 30TH ST. APT 14-H PO BOX 11584 305 S NEBRASKA AVE TAMPA FL 33607 TAMPA FL 33613 TAMPA FL 33612 TAMPA FL 33680 TAMPA_ FL 33602 "HILL JR, ROBERT W "HOWARD JR LEROY "JACKSON, RATASHA L" "JOHNSON SA, TURHAN D "JONES, ANTONIO 3004 W NAPOLEON AVE 3612 E LOUISIANAAVE 3409 E NORTH BAY ST 406 E NORDICA ST APT 2H 8606 N 11TH ST APT A TAMPA FL 33611 TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33603 TAMPA FL 33Q04 "HILL, CHERYL I" "HOWARD, JOE" "JACKSON RHONDA C" "JOHNSON ANDRE D" "JONES, ASHLEY Y'' 2815 N 19TH ST 503 E MARTIN LUTHER KING JR PO BOX4691 2061 BALFOUR CIA 3502 E 22ND AVE TAMPA FL 33605 BLVD PLANT CITY FL 33563 TAMPA FL 33607 TAMPA FL 33619 TAMPA I;'L 33605 "HILL DARRYLYNN E" "HOWARD JOHN D" "JACKSON SAMUEL M" "JOHNSON, ANDRE P' / "JONES, DEMETRIUS" 2902 RAMADA DR APT 257 708 8TH AVE SW APT B 3716 N AVON AVE 5602 WILLIAM GRANT WAY APT 202 1808 COLUMBIA PARK AVE APT 20 TAMPA FL 33613 RUSKIN FL 33570 TAMPA FL 33603 TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA FL 33613 "HILL, DEREK L" "HOWARD, LORENZA" "JACKSON ;' VALLONE A" "JOHNSON, ARETHA L" "JONES, GLADYS C PO BOX 17522 3305 E 24TH AVE 5026 E SLIGH AVE APT D 10611 JULIANO DR 1710 E CHELSEA ST 0 TAMPA FL 33682 TAMPA FL 33605 TAMPA FL 33617 RIVERVIEW FL 33569 TAMPA FL 33610 co "HILL, SHARON" "HOWARD, MOSES N" "JACKSON, WAYNE" "JOHNSON AVERY H" "JONES, lONE M w e, 12737 N 17TH ST APT G28 8607 N 37TH ST 48108 86TH ST 3236 WELBORN WAY 901 E SEWARD ST <( TAMPA FL 33612 TAMPA FL 33604 TAMPA FL 33619 TAMPA FL 33619 TAMPA FL 33604 Q.

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" JONE S JOSHUA L 875 0 SYMMES R D L OT 129 GIBSO NTON FL 33534 JONES PATRICK H 1 908 E1 3 1 S TAVE APT2 B TAMPA FL 33612 JORDAN CRY ST A L V 1003 E EMMA ST TAMPA FL 3360 3 JORDAN, VICTORIA R 2323 GAINER LN PLANT CITY FL 33567 "JORDEN JR JOHNNIE L" 3735 LOWRY CT TAMPA FL 33610 "JOYCE JR JOSEPH 1101 OLD M 'osSY CT PLANT CITY FL 33563 "JOYNER RODNEY J" 4202 E FOWLER AVE APR HOLLY B TAMPA FL 33620 JUAREZ, JOEL" 3310 RIDGE RD WIMAUMA FL 33598 JULIANA SESA NICHOLE" 11114 N DIXON AVE TAMPA FL 33612 "JULIEN, ASHLEY M" 10601 BASIL TONY CIA THONOTOSASSA FL 33592 "KANDL MATTHEW J" 6213 ASTORIA DR TAMPA FL 33619 "KAYIAN RICHARD H" 1201 AUTUMN DR TAMPA FL 33613 KAYMORE CEDRICK M" 1706 E KERBY ST APT B TAMPA FL 33604 "KEATON GERALDINE B" POBOX8686 TAMPA FL 33674 "KECK THOMAS G" 12816TH AVE SW RUSKIN FL 33570 "KELLEY PAULE" 975 W TRAPNELL RD PLANT CITY FL 33566 "KELLY, RICARDO J" 3417 TEMPLE ST APT 1 04 TAMPA FL 33619 "KENDRICKS JR MYRA T" 5004 N 19TH ST TAMPA FL 33610 "KENNEDY BENA C" 13901 N FLORIDA AVE APT H-117 TAMPA FL 33613 "KENNEDY MICHAEL E" 5305 N BOULEVARD UNTI 102 TAMPA FL 33603 "KETCHEN KRISTINAA" 1317 OAK VALLEY DR SEFFNER FL 33584 KILPATRICK JR ROY L" 8403ASHAVE TAMPA FL 33619 "KILPATRICK, CHARLES E" 1313-1 2 W LEMON ST TAMPA FL 33606 "KIMBROUGH, EDWARD J" 2277 E OSBORNE AVE UNIT 44 TAMPA FL 33610 "KINDELL VALERIE D" 1019 DAViS DR TAMPA FL 33619 "KING, F.REDERICK L" 521 0 N 17TH ST LOT 20 TAMPA FL 33610 "KING, ROMELJ" 8639 N HIMES AVE APT 2620 TAMPA FL 33614 "KISSICK, EMILY M" 8826 BAY POINTE DR UNIT H201 TAMPA FL 33615 "KNIGHT CONNIE" 8116 N 13TH ST APT B TAMPA FL 33604 "KNIGHT MICHAEL" 6222 S JONES RD TAMPA FL 33611 "KNIGHT RICKY R" 9004 N 78TH ST UNIT APT B TAMPA FL 33637 KNIGHTON, JOHNNY L" 4206 US HIGHWAY 92 W PLANT CITY FL 33563 KNOX ; RASHELLE M" ....._ 6205 N ROME AVE TAMPA FL 33604 KOVACH SR, MIC H AEL T 884 0 BLISS RD GIB SONTON F L 33534 KOVA SH D ONNA W" 1 8 1 4 CAo'ILLA C CIR TAM P A FL 336 1 9 KOZAK STEVEN C" 1514 N FLORIDA AVE APTT-3 3 TAMPA FL 33602 "KROMREY, CHRISTOPHER A 517 COURTNEY DR TEMPLE TERRACE FL 336 1 7 KUHLMANN HEATHER A" 4810SDAUPHINAVE A12 TAMPA FL 33611 "LACORTE ANTHONY" 3404 WATERWOOD CT VALRICO FL 33596 "LAGANA SANTINO E" 609 s DELAWARE AVE APT 7 TAMPA FL 3 3606 "LAMAR TAVARIS D" 2722 w CHESTNUT ST TAMPA FL 33607 LAMOUREUX, CINDY M" 7020 HUDSON RIVER DR TAMPA FL 33619 "LAMP, RICHARD A" 416 W FLORILANDAVE TAMPA FL 33612 "LANDRON, JULIO E" 4106 E KNOLLWOOD ST TAMPA FL 33610 "LANE CALEB J" PO BOX6295 "LENEGA R J A C O B R 3530 W S HELL POIN T R D RUSKI N FL 3357 0 LENZ Y EDGAR A" 1 2 04 N T A YLOR RD BRAND O N FL 33510 LEON ARD MARK W" 4351 DUNElARTO N AVE APT 4 T A MPA FL 3 3611 "LEONARD MIC HELLE M 1 450 2 ANCHORET RD TAMPA FL 33618 "LEVINS Ell L" 2521 OAKDALE ST SEFFNER FL 33584 "LEWIS JR ROGER N 9817 CRISTINA DR RIVERVIEW FL 33569 "LEWIS JR VINCENT L" 305 PALM KEY CIR APT 105 BRANDON FL 33511 "LEWIS II BENN I E K" 10610 N 3oTH ST APT 24F TAMPA FL 33612 "LEWIS SR FERNANDO L" 13815 SALVATION ARMY LN TAMPA FL 33613 "LEWIS ADRIAN J" 17329 MADISON GREEN DR TAMPA FL 33647 "LEWIS BROOKE L" 10020 N HYACINTH AVE APT B TAMPA FL 33612 "LICATA ERICA R" 4714 N HABNAAVE APT 1608 TALLAHASSEE FL 32314 TAMPA FL 33614 "LANG LEAH D" 1701 E 25TH AVE APT B TAMPA FL 33605 "LANGLEY BO C" 903 W ORi'ENT ST TAMPA FL 33603 "LANGSCHWAGER, DAVID A" 3630 N 50TH ST TAMPA FL 33619 "LARGEL, ARMANDO Y" 2104 W SLIGH AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "LARKINS SR JEFF W" 3103 E 25TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "LARRY SOPHIA V" 1541 THISTLEDOWN DR BRANDON FL 33510 "LATORRE SAMUEL J" 427 CHAPMAN RD E LUTZ FL 33549 "LAUDEN CYNOMON C" 410 S NEWPORT AVE TAMPA FL 33606 "LAUVER LISA M" 3204 W SiTKA ST TAMPA FL 33614 "LAWSON CAROLE Y 11306 N 1STH ST APT B TAMPA FL 33612 LAYTON JOHN J" 9376 EDISON RD LITHIA FL 33547 "LEAHY JOHN C" 18988 PORTOFINO DR TAMPA FL 33647 "LEBRON SR JUAN" 935 S HOWARD AVE APT4 TAMPA FL 33606 "LEE AMYJ" 3002 N 56TH ST TAMPA FL 33619 "LEE BOBBY C" 5038 E TEMPLE HIEGHTS RD APT 26 TAMPA FL 33617 ''LEE CHARLES J" 3420'N 56TH STAPT A TAMPA FL33619 "LEE HAROLD L" 1304'E OHIO ST PCANT CITY FL 33563 LEE THOMAS" 1420'E CHILKOOT AVE TAMPA FL 33612 LEE WILLIE B" 3208 E MCBERRY ST TAMPA FL 33610 "LEGNOSKY IAN J 9526 RED RLJN DR TAMPA FL 33635 "LEMIEUX CAROL R" 1 01 04 CHAPEL HILL CT TAMPA Fl.:. 33615 "LILLARD, KAREN L" 1612 S 58TH ST TAMPA FL 33619 "LIMA BRIAN J" 7015 COBBLEWOOD CT TAMPA FL 33615 "LINDSAY, SYLVIA C" 3103 E 25TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "LINDSEY, REGINALD R" 1606 N LOIS AVE TAMPA FL 33607 "LINDSEY, RUBY N" 3212 N 48TH ST APT B TAMPA FL 33605 "LITTLE ADAM D" 13733 SUSAN KAY DR TAMPA FL 33613 "LITTLE GEORGE W" 15425 E POND WOODS DR TAMPA FL 33618 "LITTLES WILLIE J JR" 13019 LEEDS CT APT C 17 TAMPA FL 33612 "LIVINGSTON, ANTONIO" 1702 E 5TH AVE APT A TAMPA FL 33605 "LLERAS Ill, SERGIO L" 6408 YOSEMITE DR TAMPA FL 33634 "LLERAS RAUL" 13430 TAlL PALM PLAPT 204 RIVERVIEW FL 33578 LOADHOLT JR JAMES L" 815 STRAWBERRY LN BRANDON FL 33511 "LOCKHART JR DAVID B 15013 ROUNDUP DR TAMPA FL 33624 "LOFTON JR JOHNNY" 3625 E LAKE AVE TAMPA FL 33610 "LOHKAMP MELISSA D" 5106 SLATEN RD PLANT CITY FL 33566 "LONG JR NATHANIEL J" 1500 WATERS EDGE DR APT U203 TAMPA FL 33603 "LONG BARAKAA" 20 ,13 N ROME TERR TAMPA FL 33607 "LOOK EDNA R" PO BOX7913 TAMPA FL 33673 LOOKEDOO MELANIE S 13524 CAPITOL DR TAMPA FL 33613 "LOPEZ Ill FELLIS" 1712 N ALBANY AVE TAMPA FL 33607 "LOPEZ JEREMY J" 1202 RIVERAGE CIR BRANDON FL 33511 L O PE Z RIC HARDO M" 40 1 E T O MLIN S T PLA N T CITY FL 33 563 L O PEZ SANDR A B" 50 1 4 N i5TH ST TAMPA FL 336 10 LOPEZ -FIGUEROA RAFAELA" 4 953 PENNSBUR Y DR TAMPA FL 3 3 6 2 4 LORENZO SIGBERTO PO BO X 17 BRNADON FL 3 3511 "LOR I DANIELS" PO BOX 1612 BRANDON FL 33509 "LOVELAND, BRYAN P" 4921 SHETlAND AVE TAMPA FL 33615 "LOWERY MICHAELS" 4 629 CABBAGE PALM DR VALRICO FL 33596 "LOWMAN NATASHA M" 1039 E YUKON ST TAMPA FL 33604 "LOZOYA, JESUS PO BOX602 SE:FFNER FL 33583 "LUKETICH, AARON K" 220 W BOUGAINVILLEA AVE TAMPA FL 33612 "MACDONALD SHAWN M" 1503 LONG POND DR VALRICO FL 33594 "MACK AMEIO T'' TAMPA FL 33605 "MACKENZIE TANYA J 9629 CLUBHOUSE LN TAMPA FL 33635 "MACMAHON, SEAN T' 15501 BRUCE B DOWNS BLVD APT 3011 TAMPA FL 33647 "MAFFIE MICHAELA 1416 HACIENDA DR SUN CITY CENTER FL 33573 "MAGILL CELESTINO C" 2308 W OHIO AVE TAMPA FL 33607 "MAHALCHIK, JANEEN R" 10942 BLACK SWAN CT SEFFNER F'L 33584 "MAJIED HASSON S" 1215 E MCBERRY ST TAMPA FL 33603 "MALDONADO EDWARDO L" 9405 GLEN ROSA CT TAMPA FL 33615 "MALLOY LUTRELL T'' 5305 N BOULEVARD TAMPA FL 33603 "MALONE ANTHONY M" 10113 CANNON DR RIVERVIEW FL 33578 MALOOF MITCHELL G" -110 N EDISON AVE APT 12 TAMPA FL 33606 "MANNING, JAMES P" 8421 WOODLAKE DR TAMPA FL 33615 "MARCANO STEVEN" 1906 PlANTATION KEY CIR APT 204 BRANDON FL 33511 "MARINEZ IVETTE" 12604 DOUBLE BRIDLE CT APT 102 TAMPA FL 33625 "MARISKANISH CRAIG A" 7515 SURREY PINES DR APOLLO BEACH FL 33572 "MARKS JR RICHARD J" 1406 LONGWOOD LOOP TAMPA FL 33619 "MARMOLE J 6, ANTHONY'' 3711 W BAY AVE TAMPA FL 33611 "MAROTTA, SAMANTHA C 305 WGRANTST APTA2 PLANT CITY FL 33563 MARRERO, ALEJANRO M" 6714 RIVER RD TAMPA FL 33615 "MARRERO, ANGEL P 12528 TINS L EY CIA UNIT BLDG 4 APT301 TAMPA FL 33612 MARSHALL ROBERT L" 3103 CHIPCO ST TAMPA FL 33605 "MARTIN ANTONIO G" PO BOX 172093 TAMPA FL 33607 "MA R T I N D O R O TH Y C" 10606 2ND S T THO NOT OSA SSA FL 33592 MARTI N JOHN MR 1 224 E C OMAN CHE AVE TAMPA FL 336 0 4 "MARTIN LARR Y J" 8313 N 13TH ST APT A TAMPA FL 33604 "MARTIN LILLY I 6211 s DALE MABRY HWY UNIT / APT 4 TAMPA FL 33611 "MARTIN SARAH H" 1210 E CURTIS ST TAMPA FL 33603 "MARTINES ANTHONY D PO BOX832 DOVER FL 3352 1 "MARTINEZ SA, GERARDO E PO BOX 15291 TAMPA FL 33684 "MARTINEZ ALEX" 5809 DURAf..JT RD DOVER FL 33527 "MARTINEZ JORGE 14407 DAKE LN APT 2005 TAMPA FL 33613 "MARTINEZ JOSHUA D" 9607 KIRKH ILL CT TAMPA FL 33615 "MARTINEZ OTONIEL M 3104 N BOULEVARD TAMPA FL 33603 "MARTINEZ, PATRICK L" 1335 KELRIDGE PL BRANDON FL 33511 "MARTINEZ RANDY L" 3118 W HENBY AVE TAMPA FL 33614 MASCI JOANNE L" 8042 DEERWOOD CIR TAMPA FL 33610 "MASON, JAMES D 8420 N ARDEN AVE TAMPA FL 33604 "MASSIE WILLAIM C" 5602 12TH AVE S TAMPA FL 33619 "MATA RAYMOND" 921 E 15TH AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "MATEO LESLIE 0" 3802 TUDOR CT APT 107 TAMPA FL 33614 "MATHERSON, DANIELLE A" 9329 N ASHLEY ST TAMPA FL 33612 "MATHEWS ERIC M" 11940NUS,HIGHWAY301 LOT62 THONOTOSASSA FL 33592 MATOS RAMON M" PO BOx'152674 TAMPA FL 33684 "MATTHEWS Ill ROBERT C 2707 N POPLAR AVE TAMPA FL 33602 "MAYHUE ANITRA D" 6409 N "41STST TAMPA Fl: 33610 "MAYSONET LUZ" 1101 E LAKE AVE TAMPA FL 33605 "MCARTHUR, CHRISTOPHER J 1354 DAB DR SEFFNER FL 33584 "MCCALL VINCE N T M" 8504 N BROOKS ST TAMPA FL 33604 "MCCANT, NICHOLAS R" 2273 E OSBORNE AVE BLDG 8, APT 43" TAMPA FL 33610 "MCCARLEY DAVID G" 226 FLO.Tio'AVE TEMPLE TERRACE FL 33617 "MCCARTER JAMES A" 105 VICTORIAST BRANDON FL 33510 "MCCARTHY, KEVIN" 8212 N MULBERRY ST TAMPA FL 33604 "MCCAULEY, JAMES" 6321 S CHURCH AVE TAMPA i=L 33616 MCCLAIN DWAYNE A" 2617 E 32ND AVE APT A TAMPA FL 33610 MCCLAM MICHELLE D" 208 ORSLEY DR SEFFNER FL 33584 ..... 1\) 0 ..... ..... 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,... ,... :1E > < c FAMU Wins National ChampionshiP a: LL At The Honda Campus All-Star Challenge TALLAHASSEE Florida A&M University (FAMU) won the 22nd Annual Honda Campus. All-Star Challenge (HCASC) Monday, April 11 becoming the 2011 champions. Averaging more than 455 points per game, the most of any team, FAMU won the top prize of $50,000 in university grants for their national championship wm. F AMU won the national cham pionships in 2005, 2003, 1999, 1998, 1996 and 1991. "We were very excited to be able to bring the seventh cham pionship home to FAMU," said Atty. Chuck Hobbs, who served as head coach of the F AMU team. "Out of 22 years of having the tournament, we have won a third of the awards under my C mother's leadership and this a: LL Left to right: Atty. Chuck Hobbs, head coach; Vivian Hobbs, FAMU institutional representative; Paul Kayemaba, team member; Dwight Williams II, team member; Stefan Jenkins, team member; Trenton Johnson, team's captain; FAMU President James H. Ammons and Steve Morikawa, assistant vice president, Corporate Comniunity Relations, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. year under my own. One ofthe highlights was the fact that this turned into a F AMU weekend. At the opening banquet, Honda honored my mother's six na-tional championship wins." ViVian Hobbs, a retired F AMU professor who coached the team for 21 years, received the "Coach of the Year" award. As the first recipient, she re ceived the awar-d for her commitmenfto coaching young men and women for the competition. "This championship is another example that Florida A&M Uni versity has.some of the best and brightest students in the nation," said F AMU President James H. Ammons. "I applaud Atty. Hobbs and our students for doing such an qutstanding job . This win is a testament to their hard work, character and commitment as well as the academic preparation they are receiving at FAMU." FAMU1s All-Star team in cluded Trenton J. Johnson, the team's captain, who is a sen ior majoring in computer neering; Dwight Williams II, a junior mathematics inajor; Stefan Jenkins; a junior bio medical engineering major and Paul Kayemba, a junior Eng lish major. During the annualtwo-day tournament in Orlando, Fla., 48 HBCU teams competed in a modified round robin forinat. c z Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Eligibility Determinations (813) 744-5900 ffi > w 2514 N. Falkenburg Rd. Tampa, FL 33619 c w :::1: (/) ::i Ill ::l _Q. z til ..J ..J ::l Ill ..J w z i= z w (/) "WHITE CORAL" 201 E cLUSTER AVE APT A-201 TAMPA FL 33604 "WHITE, JAMES E" 3722 LANDINGS WAY DR APT 101 TAMPA FL 33624 "WHITE JOSEPH I" 8658 N 3oTH ST TAMPA FL 33604 "WHITE, JOSHUA P" 704 W SITKA ST TAMPA FL 33604 "WHITEHEAD DAVID M" 8215 N SEMM,ES ST TAMPA FL 33604 "WHITEHEAD JAMAL M 7401 DESTIN DR TAMPA FL 33619
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Celebrating women Telling 'His Storv' In observance ofWomen's History Month, the women of Re-Birth Missionary Baptist Church recognized "Wome n In The Ministry." The theme was "Women of His Story, Ester 4:14. Beverly Brown Neves was the pro gram chair and Sharon Thomas was the co-chair. Sherryl Cusseaux was the Mistress of Ceremony. The keynote speaker was Rev. Dayna Gray of the 34th Street Church of God. She was introduced by Rev. Elliott Gray. Also on the program were: Janice London, Daisy Jenkins, Alberta Jackson, Selena Lemons, Cynthia Jolly, Vanessa Banks, Audrey Colston, Hillsborough Community Mass Choir, Ethel Davis, Mary Jackson, Bernice Johnson, Mattie Richardson, and Rev. Dr. Zachery Hudson, Pastor. The honorees were intro duced by: Artis Berrien, Vanessa Banks, Minister Frances Campbell, Rev. Marcia Miller, Pastor Eugene Sanders, Jacqueline Pierce, Prophetess Chassity Jackson, Jacqueline Haynes and Diane Pope. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Elder Elliott Gray and keynote The program chair, Beverly Selena Lemons gave the wei-speaker Rev. Dayna Gray of 34th Brown Neves. come and occasion. Street Church of God. Alberta Jackson was part of Daisy Jenkins was a part of Cynthia Jolly gave a "Tribute the Praise Team. the Praise Team. to Women." Women in the Ministry recognized were: Dr. Ada Davis, Joy Tabernacle; Rev. Beverly Lane,.Pastor, Bethel AME Church; Rev. Dr. Masalena Echols, Greater Love Christia Center, Plant City; Pastor JoAnne Gillespie, Embassy International Christian Center; Dr. Mozella Mitchell, Love of Christ Al\IIE Zion Tabernacle; Minister Estella Love, First Baptist Church College Hill; Rev. Sharon Moten, Victory Tabernacle; Apostle Dilliana Powell, End Time Harvest Ministries; Evangelist Jacqueline Berrien; Elder Michelle B. Patty, Rev. Marcia Richardson and Evangelist Eva Russell, 34th Street Church of God. Is your Part D carrier WeiiCare of Florida or United Health Group, Inc. 1 MRP? If so, call 888-853-3922 or email advocate@60plus.org and learn what you can do to make your prescriptions more affordable. This ad paid for by the 60 Plus Association. For more information, contact the 60 Plus Association at info@60plus.org C) m ...... U1 I 0

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