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. Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area cr: Q a: Q ...I LL. SEE PAGE 3-A VOL. 66 NO. 78 FRIDAY, MAY 20 ,2011 52 PAGES 75 Da11ocratlc Vice Chair Rosa Tbrougb Ranks SEE PAGE 4-A Young Father Hosting Su1111er Teen Dances SEE PAGE 11-A ........ _ .,.., Driver Arrested In HilAnd Run Crash SEE PAGE 23-A BLACK HISTORY COMMITTEE AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS The City of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc. presented its 2011 Scholarship Awards Ceremony on Monday, May 16,2011 in the Old City Hall City Council Chambers. The Honorable Mayor Bob Buckhorn brought greetings. The keynote address was delivered by Lt. Colonel Daniel B. Sparks, United States Marine Corps. The Mistress of Cere monies was Sharon M. West. From left to right are: Debbie Mercer, Janett S Martin Scholarship Award Recipient Ale sia Jackson, a graduating senior at Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate High School; Lt. Colonel Daniel B. Sparks, speaker; Diandra Latibeaudiere, City of Tampa Black History Committee Presidential Award Recipient and senior at Freedom High School; Kayneeia Weaver, Greater Bethel Missionary Baptist Church-Harold Scott Award Recipient and senior at C. Leon King High School; Celeste Gibbons-Peoples who presented the awards and Frank Crum, President, COTBHC (Photography by BRUNSON)

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0 Features N 0 N ::E Communitv Outraged over Incident At Supermarket a: LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, the owner and an employee of an East Tampa supermarket were arrested for beating a patron, Darwin McNish, II. McNish was accused of stealing a $1 bag of peanuts that police learned he HAD paid for at the register. McNish was reportedly punched in the face several times and struck with his own bicycle lock cable at least twice. Since the article appeared in the Sentinel numerous mem bers of the community have called to voice their concerns. Ms. Carolyn Collins, President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP said, "This is unacceptable and there is no excuse for it. I am notifying both the national and state level requesting direct action (boycott). If approval is given, we will be c issuing dates and times when a: we will be taking action. This LL is a store that needs boy C cotting Ms. Carolyn J. said, "I live ;?; near the store and I used to a go in there all of the time, but en I will not be going back." W "I feel he shouldn't have ::;:) 1gotten beaten like that. The employees knew he had paid w > w c w J: en ::::i m ::;:) c.. z i= w ..J ....1 ::;:) m ....1 w z i= z w en a: 0 ....1 LL CAROLYN COLLINS ... President, Hillsborough County Branch NAACP for the peanuts and they should have stopped it." City Councilman Frank Reddick stated in a letter to Jose Aybar, owner of the store, "B & D Supermarket has been a staple in the East Tampa community for many years and is strongly support ed by the residents within the community that surround it." "Therefore, I was very dis appointed to hear from residents in East Tampa and through various media sources about the situation that took place on May 10, 2011 involving Darwin McNish, II. It was discov-FRANK REDDICK City Council District 5 Representative ered by law enforcement that Mr. McNish had indeed paid for the dollar worth items he purchased, and should have been allowed to leave the premises with no issue. "This is an unfortunate situ ation that should quickly be rectified by the ownership of the B & D Supermarket. I am demanding a public apology to Mr. McNish and his fami ly in addition to the East Tampa community that patronizes the B & D Supermarket. I have no doubt this would be a step in the right direction to remedy this Sol Davis PrintinY 5205 N. Lois Tampa, FL, 3 36. (813) very sensitive issue." The Incident The incident took place on Tuesday, May 10th at the B & D Supermarket, 4015 E. Hillsborough Avenue, shortly after 3 p.m. According to the police report, McNish, 28, purchase peanuts that were on sale 2 for $1. However, after he left the store, two employees confronted him, demanding a receipt for the peanuts. McNish told police he paid for the peanuts with his EBT card, but told the cashier he didn't need a receipt. McNish said in the report: the two men stopped him from leaving and one of them snatched his bicycle lock from his hand. As they attempted to walk him back into the store, McNish said he pulled away. As they continued to ask for the receipt, several other employees came outside, he told police. McNish said he was strug gling to get away as three or four of them grabbed his arms and were holding him. At some point, several individuals were restraining McNish. He stated in the report that the manager began punching him in the face several times. "The other Illan, who had my bicycle lock in his hand, start ed swinging the lock at me. He hit me in the head a cou ple of times witq the end of the lock." Police arrested the owner 48-year-old Jose Aybar, and Richard Meregildo, 34. Aybar was charged with battery and obstructing or opposing a police officer. Meregildo, identified as a Stock Clerk, was arrested and charged with aggravated bat tery with a deadly weapon. More Than 400 Teachers Expected To leave School svstem BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter According to the Hillsborough County School District, they expect more than 400 teachers to retire at the end of the year. Assistant Superintendent, Lewis Brinson, said the instructors are leaving for a variety of reasons. "Among the reasons teachers are leaving is people retire, relocate, or their performance in the classroom wasn't what it should be. "We don'it anticipate having any problems filling those slots." Brinson said to some the number of teachers leaving may seem high, but when you realize there are more than 15,000 instructors in the system, you get a better perspective. "Overall, in my opinion, here was nothing political about the decision for them to leave, in spite of what's been going on in_ Tallahassee." School District spokesper son, Steve Hegarty, said a lot of the teachers are in the drop program and they will be leaving because their five years are up. "The circumstances for retiring keep changing. We have a number of teachers who've reached the age where they feel it's time to retire "Also, there may be a polit ical reason, with what's happening in Tallahassee with teachers now having their pensions threatened, not gaining any tenure, and being graded on their classroom performance. For some, that can create a stressful environment." Hegarty said the fact is, it's not unusual for this many instructors to be leaving at onetime. "It runs like a cycle. It's just that time again when a lot of them who came in together, are going out together." Hair Photography 813-322-4333

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countV's Youngest Defendant Killed Irving To Stop Bar Fight JIMMY LEE CRUZ ... Surrenders To Police BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A young man who made national news at the age of 12 was killed in a bar shooting. The shooting took place early Wednesday in the parking lot of the Interstate Lounge, 9301 N. Nebraska Avenue. The victim of the shooting, identified as Walter J. J. Revear, 28, was not involved in the fight, but was attempting to stop it, when he was killed. In 1995, the late Judge Diana Allen made national headlines after she refused to sentence Revear, who was 12 years-old to state prison time. According to police, offi cers received a 9-1-1 call per taining to a shooting shortly after 1 a.m., Wednesday. Upon arrival, they discovered Revear lying in the parking lot with a gunshot wound to his upper body. Fire Rescue pro nounced him dead at the scene. Police said an argument took place at the bar after someone threw a drink on an other patron. The individuals continued the fight in the WALTERJ. J. RE\I"EAR ... Hillsborough County Booking Photograph at age 12 parking lot. Revear, who was not in volved in the confrontation, was reportedly attempting to break up the fight. One of those involved in the fight identified as Jimmy Lee Cruz, allegedly went to his ve hicle, took out a gun, and shot Revear. He then fled the scene in a newer model red Dodge Charger. Suspect Surrenders Tampa Police issued a war rant for Cruz, 33, in connec tion with the shooting. He surrendered to police and was booked in the Hillsborough County Jail at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, after police nego tiated with his attorney, Michael Gonzalez. Cruz did not make any statements to police and was charged with second-degree murder. He is being held withoutbond. Earlier on Wednesday, after receiving information, police went to 10334 Chad bourne Drive, looking for Cruz. He reportedly shared WALTER J. J. REVEAR ... Killed following a fight at the Interstate Bar 1\) 9 1\) 0 ...... ...... the home with his girlfriend. However, the SWAT Team en tered the house and found it empty, police said. Interstate Lounge where Walter "J.J." Revera was fatal wounded early Wednesday. Brother At Scene Roderick Revear, 24, said the only reason they were at the bar was because their sister, Kendra, had gone there. "We were trying to get a ride somewhere else. He said they had only been at the bar about 15 minutes. "We weren't doing any thing. We were minding our own business, just hanging out." Revear said the fight that occurred was between two women. He said another woman got into an argument with the suspect and the sus pect tried to pick a fight with a homosexual as well. "He was in a rage. He was trying to argue with everyone. "He (Revear) had just come home and we were to gether every day. He was try ing to turn his life around. He had finally got a break and set tle down for real. It wasn't about money or anything, but being free." Revear further stated that the fact that his brother is gone has not sunk it yet. "A single shot and he was gone. It hurts so bad I don't want to believe it. We have been like glue ever since he came home. He just wanted to enjoy life and smile a little bit," Revear said of his older brother. J. J. Revear was the son of Ms. Veronica York. His grandmothers are Ms. Etherine York and Ms. Helen Revear. In addition to his 2 brothers and sister, he is also survived by a 6-year-old daughter he has never had a chance to bond with, his brother said. Funeral services for Revear were incomplete as of press time. A Troubled Life Known as "J. J.,".Revear was last arrested January 6, 2009, but was determined in competent to stand trial. He was sent to the Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee, March 1, 2010, after serving 498 days in jail. He was re leased from the hospital on probation April 22, 2011, records show. Revear first drew national attention with his arrest on February 15, 1995. The 12year-old was charged with 15 counts of grand theft auto, 4 b counts of robbery with a :2 firearm, and one count of esC caping from a juvenile facility. )> The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office took Z the case before a Grand Jury. The jury took 36 minutes to m convict Revear. However, r Judge Allen refused to send the pre-teenager to adult r prison. Instead, he was ordered to serve probation with numer ous stipulations. In 1997, two years hiter, at age 14, Revear violated his probation and was sentenced to 5 years in prison with credit for serving 396 days in the Hillsborough County Jail. r m :! z "'D c: m r-c;; ::::t m c m -1 c: m en c News Alert: The Florida Law States That You )> z c 1} .. Ptirsonallzed Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. 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..... ..... Q N 0 Features Commission Finds Probable Cause In Ethics Case a: LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, the Florida Commission on Ethics ruled that probable cause existed in complaints against a former County Commissioner The ruling does not mean that any violations actually occurred Complaints filed against Kevin White by three Florida residents pertained to a complaint of Misuse of Position and two counts on issues in which he could benefit. The three complaints were consolidated into one investigation . The Commission stated in its written report, "Based on the preliminary investigation, the Commission on Ethics accepts the recommendation of the Commission's Advocate c and finds that there is 0: probable cause to believe that LL the Respondent (White), as a C member of the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, violated ..... Sections 112.313 and 112.3143(3), Florida Statutes, W by engaging in sexual harassment, by voting against > a: w > w c w ::I: en :::i m :::::1 11. z i= w ..J ..J :::::1 m ..J w z i= z w en c:r: c a: 0 ..J LL KEVIN WHITE ... Former Hillsborough County Commissioner a motion to file a lawsuit against himself to recover legal expenses related to the federal sexual harassment lawsuit, and by voting to rescind an earlier vote on the motion to file the lawsuit." The Commission ordered a public hearing to determine if the Florida Statutes were violated. During a federal trial, a jury ruled White had sexually harassed Alyssa white, his former Administrative Aide, and that he terminated her after she rebuffed his sexual advances. She was awarded $75,000 in damages and attorney's fees. Former Commissioner Rose Ferlita led the charge to file a lawsuit against white for the County to recoup funds spent during the trial. White voted against the lawsuit on January 21, 2010. The second violation took place February 3rd, 2010, when White rescinded his vote of January 21St. The ruling of the Commission on Ethics is a civil ruling. White could pay a fine and admit guilt, or request a full hearing. If he requests a hearing, the judge in the case can make a recommendation on how to resolve the case. The Commission on Ethics can accept that recommendation, reject, it, or modify it. The Commission on Ethics has five years to act on a complaint. Since White was defeated during the last election, the Commission could not recommend suspension or removal from office. However, the ruling carries no criminal sanctions. She Moved Through The Ranks To Become Vice Chair Of Democratic Executive Comminee SHARON CARTER BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor It wasn't what she attended Florida A&M University to study. But her involvement along the way has moved her through the ranks. Now, Ms. Sharon Carter is Vice Chair of the Democratic Executive Committee, Democratic Party of Hillsborough County, having been elected last month. Ms. Carter started working in politics while a student at FAMU. She was a Legislative Aide at the Capitol. "I got a chance to see how government works and that tweaked my interest," she said. After graduation, her first job was in Denver, Colorado "While there, former Mayor Wellington Webb appointed me to a special team." This position had her working on special projects around the United States that involved government in various capacities, "whether regulatory, compliance or permitting processes." Once she returned to Tampa, Ms. Carter became .involved with the Democratic Executive Committee, Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus, and Hillsborough County Hispanic Caucus. With these involvements, she quietly moved throughout the community encouraging and supporting others. "It is my objective to get the community involved for 2012 and to insure that we actively take a part in voting, the redistricting processes and education," she said. One project she's immediately focused on is getting involvement for the Democratic State Convention, which will be held in Orlando in October. "We are starting to work on that now and I want my community to get involved early." Ms. Carter is the mother of a son who is a second year student at a military academy in New York. CONNIE HILL KEN ANTHONY

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., editorials Columns :D FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN Each memb e r s hould ap3:: (USPS 202 4 0) po i nt two citizens from their 220 7 21st Avenue Tampa Flor i da 33605 (813) 2 4 8-1921 "" Published Every Tuesday and Friday By respective districts to serve N FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., two -yea r terms as non-voting 9 Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) members. These citizens N 0 could bring problems to the = 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 TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44 00 Months Both Editions : $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of I his new s paper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do nol necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentlnal Bulletin or the Publisher. Countv Commission Redistricting Will Aftect Black Representation We know you care, but do you really understand? Yes, you. Do you understand the life-and-death importance of exercising your right to vote and to participate in a political process that is not going away because you don't believe it's real? In hopes that you hear us, we will continue to urge you to let our political representatives know how you feel about their decision-making before final action is taken. Today, we are encouraging you to attend and participate in meetings occurring throughout Hillsborough County during the months of May and June in which decisions will be discussed regarding drawing boundaries for Hillsborough County Commission districts. One such meeting will take place in the inner city on Tuesday, May 24th, 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library located at 2607 E. Dr. MLK, Jr. Boulevard. At that time, boundaries for districts must be redrawn to comply with federal requirements. How such boundaries for Districts 1 and 4 are drawn will greatly impact the representation and voting in the Black commu-. nity. Therefore, if you do not attend any of the meetings or public workShops to make comments on how the districts are drawn, then you have no reason or right to complain if our community ends up with no representation on County Commission. Call813-272-5275 or visit www.hills to record your comments. And you thought the struggle was over, 20 years ago? Think again! President Obama And Minister Farrakhan: An Immovable FriendshiPil 0 fall the information brought back from America's sucCessful campaign to neutralize Osama bin Laden, the most chilling material discovered was bin Laden's real intent to assassinate President Obama. The kidgloves had been taken off. The fact that Obama was Black seemed to have meant nothing at all to bin Laden and his generals. But we ask, "What would have such a plan meant to tens of thousands of men, women and children who formerly called themselves Black Musli:m,s and are now known as The Nation oflslam in the West? There is no doubt of the friendship between President Obama and Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan. In fact; Minister Farrakhan mice referred to President Obama as a "God-given leader with extraordinaryvision." Moreover, ht an interview; Farrakhan gave warning to possible foes of possible consequences should any harm befall America's first Black president . Nevertheless, Farrakhan has not looked kindly on America's attack of Moamar Khadhafi and Libya, saying about President Obama on a radio program, "Who the Black Caucus Gening Readv To lead S tate Senator Arthenia Joyner, State Representative Betty Reed, County Commissioner Les Miller, School Board Chairman Doretha Edgecomb and City Councilman Frank Reddick have four things in common. Those four things are: They are all African American, they are all elected officials, they all have the responsibility to provide leadership for their community and they are all ready to provide that leader ship individually and collec tively through the Hillsborough County Black Caucus. I spoke with all of them with the exception of Sena tor Joyner who was out of town at this writing. They all understand how valuable an effective Black Caucus can be. Most importantly, they are all ready to put into play an ef fective Black Caucus. I understand that all members of the Caucus have talked to Chairwoman Joyner, and she will be call ing a meeting as soon as she can get a date that is conven ient for all members to meet During these times when Legislative bodies are passing all kind of crazy laws and cut ting budget items, the Caucus You Don't sav! I s it that the y think people are stupid? Or do they ac tually believe that they are the only people on the face of the earth endowed with com mon sense? Who are "THEY?" "They" are Professor Alan Abramowitz and staff of Emory University, who, just the other day, concluded that "Negative opinions of Presi dent Barack Obama are, in fact, influenced by racism." And for that eye-opening statement (ha-haah!), Professor Abramowitz earned a front-page article on a bevy of major daily newspapers. I bet you think I'm jealous. Well, I'm not. What I am ; however, is outraged and con fused. Would somebody please teJl me how something, which both Black people and white people have known for more than 400 years, could sud denly be treated as if it just got discovered, yesterday? Indeed, the dimension of arrogance set in order to pull off such foolishness should end up in Guinness Book of Records, or at least be toasted to a frosty Guinness Stout! No doubt, you've read the article, cut it out, and taped it over your medicine cabinet window, like I did. But in case you didn't,J. nen understand that the argument which fostered the Professor's research comes from a recent attempt by scholarly researchers to "Re-define Racism, as if the traditional definition of racism wasn't monstrous enough. Say they, the idea devel oped as a conclusion to a re cent poll administered by one of the most revered polling in stitutions in the nation, the so called American National Election Studies. ResultS revealed many white respondents who had low levels of racial resentment (which is a good thing) gave President Obama an aver age approval rate of 7 out of 10. But white respondents who registered a high level re sentment" (which is NOT a good thing) gave the President an of 3.2 out of 10. Shocked? Well then, listen to this: "Regardless of whether people called themselves Re:. publicans, DemocratS liberals or conservatives, the higher the racial resentment, the lower the rating for Obama." YOU'RE YAWNINGt I HEAR YOUYAWNING!. Perhaps, if I told you there s a growing belief that, though racism might have played a part in President Obama's flagging popularity among certain Americans, cer tain academicians don t be lieve racism plays a major role attention of the Caucus, gather information, do re search and participate in Cau cus discussions. They just won t have a vote. All of the members are in favor of this idea. I have com plete confidence in the abili ties of our elected officials. The Black Caucus has to lead and speak up for our community. Single-member districts were created to give Blacks and other minorities a chance to elect one of their oWn to represent them. There is power and re spect in numbers, provided those numbers are working effectively for the same goals. Lead Black Caucus and we will follow. Maybe not at first, but you just keep leading. ., r-0 ::2 in our country's thermometer c of t4eir Commander-in-Chief. l> Says an Indiana University en m professor, racial animosity z undergirds some aspects of ::f white resentment toward Z m President Obama, but the rquestion is not ho'W come, but m how much." C: Meanwhile, Republicans rand Democrats have once !!1 again drawn lines and squared z off as to whether certain of "D them don't like President C: m Obama because he's Black, or rbecause he's Black and eloCii quent. And now certain educa tional institutions in Anierica would solve our problem of racism, not by addressing the reality of our 400 years of physical betrayal and intellec tual schizophrenia, but would do what British author George Orwell did, more than a ha.If century ago, when he wrote the novel1984. They would change the definition of the word racism -itSelf. They have GOT to be kidding! However, unlike the so called Indians who let Christopher Columbus discover them and their home land, we African Americans are not so quick to allow our historical pain to be redefined. The definjtion of racism is branded into the history of our souls. We know why certain Americans dislike our current president. And it has nothing to do with the reinventing of definitions. However, maybe, when we colonize Mars, we'll get tired of that rat-like, loathsome word." Until then, I say to all academics and Tea Partiers, "Learn to live with the truth!" ::J: m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c ., ::u 6 . hell do you think you are?" Be that said and done, we.all realize that brothers have arguments, but they are still brothers. Though Louis Farrakhan is leader of The Nation of Islam, and though Barack Obama is President of the United States, they are, at base, two ,_ Black men in a world they never made. In essence, when the last card is down; they are )io all they have. So, what could shake a friendship that took 400 years to build? Perhaps, it would be easier to move a mountain into the sea.

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.,... .,... 0 o f them d o unde r stand the consequences of th e ir a ctions. :E But a fter b e ing blinded b y so >mu c h r age and h atre d the y not onl y de v elop a c a p a city to a: take the lif e of a woman the y LL H od 'I H e To K-11 Her claim to love but they also e I n 8V I lose an y c oncern for the collatc a: LL c z < c en w ::l .... w > w c w :I: en :J m ::l a. z i= w ...J ...J ::l m ...J w z i= z w c,n < c a: 0 ...J LL < I CD w e, A tragedy is one of those things that is never difficult to recognize It usuall y involves a set of circumstances that are so unsettling that it's some times hard to conceive that they actually happened. And what makes them even more devastating are the long term repercussions that normally follow in their wake. One such tragic episode came to a partial conclusion recently when a young man by the name of Cedrick "Woo gie" Salter was sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of shooting and killing the mother of his children as she held a child in her arms. I say it was partial closure be cause his conviction only ends one chapter in a saga that will, no doubt, leave a lasting im pression on all those whose lives were touched. Two sets of parents will now have to mourn the loss of a child. One was forced to bury their daughter in a cemetery grave. The other will soon see their son buried in the grave yard of the judicial s y stem. Neither will have an eas y time re-adjusting to their new lives as a result. And what of the youngest victims the children who are now orphans? Forever robb e d of the love and affection of their mother and now without a father in their lives, it may be decades before anyone can e v en try to gauge what kind of impact these events will have on them. The saddest part about these types of occur r ences is that they' re far from uncom mon. It seems like every week a newspaper or news broad cast is reporting on an inci dent involving a man killing a woman during a domestic vio lence dispute. It is as if some diabolical trend has been set into motion that no one seems to know how to stop. There was a time when a father looked into the eyes of his daughter s suitor, he was checking for the shiftiness of a weak character. Now, with what appears to be a signifi cant increase in the number of women murdered by the men in their lives, fathers must look even deeper to see if a killer is lurking inside as well. When the thought crosses my mind about my daughter possibly becoming involved with one of these deranged in dividuals, my jaws tighten thinking about what I would do iffaced with a similar situ ation. Since most of these men are fathers also I try to ima gine what goes through their minds when they prepare to do something so horrible to someone else s daughter that the y wouldn't want done to their own? I guess they don t believe in the power of Karma They don't realize how their behav ior could ultimately c a use their own children to suffer from the same abuse eral damage they bring upon their offspring From m y brief encounters with Salter a s a young DJ sharpening his skills he al ways came off as a quiet hum ble guy. So I can imagine him sitting in a cell regretting everything he's done that led to his current predicament But unfortunately, it's much too late. Nothing he can say or do will ever bring back the life he took. And even as he feels that things can t get any worse the hard part has yet to come. No, it will get much worse for Mr. Salter in 15 years when his children decide that they want to visit their father on their own terms. That is when they will have the courage to ask him face-to face, "Why did you kill our mother?" And even though years will have passed and he will have had ample time to prepare for this day of reckoning, I imag ine his answer will be then the same as it is now. He simply just won t know. Anyone 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.barrzqS@gmail. com. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Com pany. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW PERSONAL INTURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SLIP AND FALL, NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACfiCE ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 721 E. FLETCHER Avr TAMPA. FL 33<)12 \ \' \V VV. C I B B S !\ N I) I) A R N I: l l C
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JJ FBI savs Child Congresswoman To Predators Online Host&h Foreclosure : Continues To Grow Prevention Workshop When a young person vis its an online forum for a popular teen singer or actor, F.B.I. Special Agent Greg Wing said, "Parents can be reasonably certain that on line predators will be there." It is believed that more than to-face meetings create bogus identities, sometimes posing as teenagers. ..... half a million pedophiles are online every day. Pedophiles go where children are. Before the Internet, that meant places such as amusement parks and zoos. Today, the virtual world makes it alarmingly simple for pedophiles --often pretending to be teens themselves --to make contact with young people. Even without being some one's "friend" online, pedophiles can see a trove of teenagers' personal information because the youngsters often post it. For a pedophile, that per sonal information is like gold and can be used to establish a connection and gain a child's trust. There are two basic types of pedophiles: and those who anonymously collect and trade child pornography im ages, and those who seek face-to-face meetings with children. Those seeking faceThey look for youngsters with low self-esteem, problems with their parents, or a shortage of money. Then they cultivate a friendly online re lationship known as "groom ing." New Trend A relatively new trend among pedophiles is to begin grooming youngsters through online gaming fo rums, some of which allow two-way voice and video communication. Advice for Parents Parents should talk to their children; Monitor their children's Internet use along with online video gaming; Understand teens are notalways honest about what they are doing online; and Look for a second online space Youngsters often use a se cret Internet language to use when their parents are near: PAW or PRW: Parents are watching; PIR: Parents in room; POS: Parent over shoulder; P911: Parent emergency; or (L)MIRL: (Let's) meet in real life. State & W. C. s Certified by State University All Job-Related Injuries Change Treating Physicians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C./ Race Discrimination FREE CONSULTATION! (Except For Pure Title VII Cases) 220 E. Madison Street Suite 1207, Tampa, FL 33602 Visit Us Online At: -w.FORDLAWFIRM.ORG (Former U.S. Army JACC Attorney) DEBT PROBLEMS GETTING YOU DISTRESSED? HOUSE IN FORECLOSURE, WAGES BEING GARNISHED? WE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP BANKRUPTCY: CHAPTER 7 & 13 ASSET PROTECTION PAYMENT NEGOTIATION PROBATE &WILLS GUARDIANSHIP SOCIAL SECURITY IMMIGRATION PERSONAL INJURY FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BANKRUPTCY. REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Aflornev & Counselor At Law Cypi e s s Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabrv, Suite 101 Trunpa, florida (813)269-9706 Fax:(8l3)960-064l The hiring ll Bef ore you decide a.sk \IS 10 se n I yo u ino:c inftX"JII.il iiou a )Ott! our qua l ifications ;md C:\l litricnce. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor U. S Congresswoman Kathy Castor will host a mortgage and foreclosure prevention workshop on Saturday, May 215', from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will take place at Jefferson High School, 4401 W. Cypress Street. This is the 61 h workshop Congress-woman Castor has sponsored. The purpose of the workshop is to provide immediate assistance to families facing foreclosure or those who are concerned about their current housing and financial situation. Several community partners will be in attendance to provide assistance with such issues as loan counseling, mortgage modification plans provided CONGRESSWOMAN KATHY CASTOR ... to host Mortgage Assistance and Foreclosure Prevention Workshop by service lenders, and other information about mortgage assistance and steps that can be taken to prevent foreclosure. Those planning to attend the event should bring a recent paycheck stub and bank account statements; driver's license or photo identification; social security card; income tax returns, including W-2 forms; hardship letter explaining delinquency of mortgage payments or gap in employment; recent correspondence from the mortgage company; the last mortgate statement; current property tax bill; and proof of 5 homeowners insurance. :;!;! Community partners who C will attend the workshop includes banks, credit m unions, and other lending institutions; legal services, z the City of Tampa; mortgage J!! companies; and Housing & Ill Urban Development (HUD); C: ramong others. rz 6th Foreclosure Prevention Assistance WorkshOp with Congresswoman Kathy Castor Community groups, non profits, lenders and banks will work with you on housing issues. ae\Ween jobs? Find out hoW the. "Hardest Hit Florada program can help.

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Local 8-Year-Oid Rapper Announces Video Shoot At Area Park < c a: u.. BY LEON B CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Not to the surprise of J. C. Crawford and Lesley HarrisYoung, their 8year-old son, Jordan Young-Crawford, has be come a great entertainer Going by the stage name of "Lil' Brus," the Kenley Elementary School student started rapping at age of 4 "His favorite rappers are T. I., Young Dro, and Shawty Lo," said Ms. Harris-Young. "We were amazed how well he could recite 'and un derstand rap. He also has a natural swag and is a natural performer. Meeting "He'll also be performing in Orlando at a Flag Football Event sponsored by Ten nessee Titans running back, Chris Johnson." Aside from being a per former, Lil' Brus said he'd also like to be a professional, maybe a doctor. Ms. HarrisYoung said Jordan raps about things young kids his age have to deal with, religious issues, and his brother joins him in writing all of his material. He also recently performed in St. Petersburg at a Sweet Sixteen Party and drew raves. Michael Vick and appear C ing in a video with him was a g: special event in his life." This Sunday at 2 p.m., Lil' Brus will be doing a video shoot at the AI Barnes Park on 2151 Avenue and 1Sth Avenue. From there, he'll be going to a different location for another video shoot. Ms. HarrisYoung said Jordan is a great student and is in hot demand to per form for community groups, teenage parties, and big so cial events. LL Ms. HarrisYoung said her son has performed at <( birthday parties, hair care shows, and for two straight c years at the Florida Classic. en w :::: 1> a: w > w 0 w :::r:::: en ::::i lXI :::: ll. z tu ...J ...J :::: lXI ...J w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u.. <( I c:o w Mount Calvary Junior Acaden1y Kindergarten8th Grade NOW RE&ISfERIN& 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 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 today for a registration packet 813-238-0433 Deadline For Step Up For Students Scholarship Is May 21,2011 3111 East Wilder Avenue ......... ,Florida 33610 Man In Need Receives lung Transplant BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Friday, a young Fort Lauderdale man successfully underwent a lung transplant. The surgery was performed at Tampa General Hospital last Friday night. The story of twenty-year old Enock Mezilas drew at tention and an outpouring of financial contributions and community support . Mezilas a patient at Tampa General Hospital, was waiting on a lung transplant. But he couldn't be placed on the list because his family could not afford the high co payments for maintenance drugs required by the insur ance company. However, as his story cir culated throughout the com munity, more than $50,000, including a $10,000 dona tion from LifeLink, was raised to offset the cost of the medication he will need for the remainder of his life. John Dunn, spokesman for Tampa General Hospital, said Enock is of Haitian de-Enock Mezilas, who recently underwent a lung transplant, is shown with his mother, Ms. Ilna Pierre, at Tampa General Hospital. scent, and with the exception of his parents and immediate family, has no other family in this country. His mother, Ms. Ilna Pierre, stopped working to be by his side. The young man came to the United States with his parents as a child. Upon reaching his teenage years, Enock began having problems breathing. Over the years he was treated for tu berculosis and asthma. How ever, after having a lung biopsy, it was discovered that acid reflux had damaged Enock's lung. However by the time doc tors discovered condition that affected the young man, it was too late to treat it. The only cure was a lung transplant. Currently, more than no,ooo people are waiting on transplants in this coun try, with more than 4,000 of that number being in Florida. According to the latest statis tics by LifeLink, 18 people die every day without the transplant they need. There is no age limit for organ donation and donation places no financial burden on the donor's family or estate, a spokesperson for LifeLink said. Anyone interested in learning more about organ donation can call (813) 2532640, 1-800-262-5775; or visit the website at www.Do nateLifeFlorida.org. Mother 01 Two loses Banle With Cancer BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Tampa mother of two youngsters lost her battle with cancer on Wednesday. She was 44 years old. According to family mem bers, Mrs. Carol M. Butler Brooks died at her resi dence. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in December oflast year. A Tampa native, Mrs. Brooks was the daughter of the late Walter C. Butler and Mrs. Ocie Butler. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from King High School in 1985. After graduation, Mrs. Brooks enrolled at Hillsbor ough Community College, where she was a Business major. She completed the MRS. CAROL M. BUTLER BROOKS Feb. 9, 1967 --May 18, 2011 first year, then entered the workforce. Mrs. Brooks secured employment at Traveler's In surance Company, where she worked for 24 years. She stopped working in March, her son, Charles Brooks, IV, said. Mrs. Brooks was a member of Heart Song Min istries and loved the Lord, her son stated. She was the mother of Charles and his younger sister, 17-year-old Charnesha Brooks. Of his mother, Brooks said, "She was a loving, car ing, and nurturing mother. She was her daughter's hero and her best friend." Mrs. Brooks enjoyed spending time with her fam ily, scrap booking, journaling, traveling, and movies. In addition to her children and mother, Mrs. Brooks is survived by a sister, Mrs. Lisa Cooper, and several other family members and friends. Funeral services were in complete as of press time. Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements.

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LeadershiP Academv Summer Camp Expo Seeks Minoritv Students Showcases Events ; BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The 2011 Capitol L ea dership Academ y is currently accepting nom inations for minority students to par ticipate in its summer program. The selected students will attend classes at Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee or at George Washington University in Washington, D. C. Adrned Bedier, President of the organization said many minorities in cluding African Americans, Latinos, and Muslims, have been traditionally underrepresented in American poli tics and less successful in pursuing careers in public service. Ms. Elena Petrescu, of United Voices for America Outreach Organ izer, said this is the third year the pro gram has been in existence Last year, students visited Florida State Univer sity and American University, respectively. The program is open to students between the ages of 15 and 24 years and up to 45 students can enroll in each session. "We typically want to attract students with a passion for serving their communities We don t look at g r a d e s or tra nscripts, she said The program will provide the stu dent participants with training in the areas of Effecti v e Lobby Policymak ing ; Build Coalit i ons and Mobilize Communities; Creating Compelling Presentations; Managing Political Campaigns; Harnessing the Power of the Social Media; and Successfully Running for Political Office. Scholarships are available for stu dents in need of financial assistance for either program. The five-day program takes place in Tallahassee from June 12th through June 1ih. It is entitled "Advanced Campaigning & Legislative Process." The program i n Washington, D. C., takes place from July wth through July 15th. It is entitled "Politics & National Security." For additional information con tact Ms. Petrescu at (813) 774-6517; or contact Elena@UnitedVoices.com. Additional information may also be obtained by visiting the web site at www.UnitedYoices.com/CLA. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last y ear a program that com bines fun and education h e ld its first summer program Once again the founder of the program is planning another summer filled with activities for youngsters between the ages of 5 and 12. Known as the Summer Camp Expo, the program will be introduced to parents during a one-day event on Saturday, May 21s t. Beginning at 11 a.m., the entire family is invited to at tend the Expo sponsored by "It's All About Kids," 2105 University Mall. Ms. Wanda De La Rosa, founder of "It's All About Kids" said the program is free and welcomes everyone to see what activities are planned for the summer. Many of our summer camp par ticipants from last year returned to school with improved reading, math and Writing skills because of the in tense academic training and activities of our program. "This year, we've improved our curriculum and have even more fun MS. WANDA DELAROSA educational activities and e ve nts to off e r the chil dren, Ms. De La Rosa s aid Youngsters visiting will have an Founder of"It's opportunity All About Kids" --. to participate in many ac tivities planned for them. There will be face painting, arts & crafts, and storytelling There will also be door prizes and activities that the entire family can participate. ...... Some of the topics the summer program offers include reading math, etiquette, manners classes, music, art, anti-bullying and gang prevention classes. The summer pro5 gram begins on Monday, June 13th. :!! Ms. De La Rosa said free books and bookends will be given to each en family attending to help promote lit-m eracy at home. She will host a second showcase on Saturday, June 4th, from z 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. J!! m c: I"'" I"'" m :::! z "0 c: m I"'" c;; :::1: m c m < m 5TH ANNUAL HEALTH -4 c: m en c GU8$1 Free Workshops Free. Health Screenings ,Make-up, Jewelry .Clothing Vendors & More FREE Facials & Chair Massage Door Prizes _FREE FOOD Kids Zone for ages4-11 IF SO YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE LOTUS AWARD. YOU COULD WIN A 3 DAY 2 NIGHT TRIP TO DISNEY FOR A PARTY OF. 3 AND AN EXTREME MAKEOVER. YOU KNOW YOU DESERVE ITI TELL YOUR STORY ON VIDEO. NOT TOO TECH SAVVY? DON'T WORRY, WE WILL VIDEOTAPE YOUR STORY FOR SUBMISSION, CALL US FOR DETAILS. TOO AFRAID TO GO ON TAPE, JUST SUBMIT YOUR STORY IN WRITING, WE WIU. KEEP YOUR IDENTITY'SECRET IF YOU LIKE, YOU CAN PRE-REGISTER TO ATTEND THE EVENT. THIS GETS YO. U GUARANTEED SEATING ANDtNTIRY. INTO A SPECIAL DRAWING FOR A 32' FLAT DEADLINE FOR PRE-REGISTRATION: ,,MAY 14, 2011 ..,._ DEADLINE FOR LOTUS AWARD NOMINATION: MAY 14,2011. & BEAUTY FAIR EXPOSING DOMESTIC VIOlENCE Satunliy, @ Tapreot C" 1483 Tampa Park Plaza Tampa, FI3360S For infonnation: (813) Sponsored by Fruit of Glory Minlstries.lilc. ; ; '(. . )> z c ::D c

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Local 0 C\1 :!: c a: LL College Student Returns Home After Studving Abroad BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday, Ms. Sidnie Patterson returned home from her trip abroad safely. She left in January to study abroad in France. During her absence, Sid;. nie kept family and friends informed as she shared her daily journals through emails. She is currently a jun ior in the Business Adminis tration Program at Florida A & M University, and began summer school without tak ing a break. Sidnie was required to ride a bus as part of the trip. c She then had three flights bea: fore she landed in TallahasLL see. Of her departure, Sidnie said, "I cried like a < baby. I couldn't tell why I was crying --happiness or sad C ness." ffi A Tampa native, Ms. ::: Patterson is the grand1daughter of Felix and Jean Patterson. She is a member of the 34th Street Church of W God and enjoys exercising, hanging out with her friends, ::C reading, and writing poetry. She graduated from Blake ffi' High School in 2008, and en tered Florida A & M UniverZ j::: w -I -I ::: SIDNIE PATTERSON ... Returns Home sity. After earning her B. A. degree, she plans to continue her education and earn her Master's Degree in Business Administration with a con centration in marketing. During her stay, Sidnie visited Grenoble-French Alp, France, where she learned new cultures, language. Dur ing spring break, she also had the opportunity to visit other countries. The School of In ternational Training and Florida A& M University of fered the program. Ill I -I w z j::: z w tn Deacons' Association of Tampa Bay Is Sponsoring A Program For < c a: 0 -I LL SIS. PATIYYOUNGBLOOD Who Is In Need Of Help Saturday, May 21, 2011 7 P.M. At Ebenezer M. B. Church 1212 Scott St. Tampa Rev. Berrien, Pastor Speaker: ELDER LEWIS MOORE Deacon Fred Short, President Deacon Milton ; v.:l+M7 Marriott (Tan'fiJa 1001 N. Westshore Blvd Saturday, Jul)e 11, 6:00P.M. Attire: Formal DONATION: $65.00 For trckets and more information, call (813) 382-0531 or (813) 368-3854 New Soul Food Restaurant Offers Complete Menu BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When you say "Soul Food," the first thing that comes to mind is collard greens, rice, corn bread, fried chicken, potato salad, and some sweet tea to wash it all down with Mama's Southern Soul Food Restaurant Sand wich/Sub Shop offers all of that and more. Pastor Evonn Reaves and his staff will welcome you inside the restaurant with a smile, and the smell of all the great food will keep you inside reaching for a menu. The restaurant, at 3919 North Tampa Street, was for merly a Gyros Shop, and is at the Tampa Street turnoff from Dr. Martin Luther King, Pastor Evonn Reaves stands next to some of the many dishes they serve at the restaurant. Jr. Boulevard. Offering dine in or carry out service, you can also call your orders in and they will be hot and ready when you arrive. Pastor Reaves said he started out opening a restaurant in Plant City, the Wis dom Center Smokehouse, to generate funds for his church, The Wisdom Center. "That was 8 years ago, and the church is still going strong. The city bought the restaurant because they needed the space for expan sion. "When I got into the restaurant business, I had no prior experience. All I had done before this was run my construction company." Pastor Reaves said there were no soul food restaurants in Plant City, and very few Black business own ers, especially in the down town area. "We were being con sumers and more that that was needed to help sustain our communities. There were no placed to go where African Americans could eat in an African American owned restaurant. An exam ple needed to be set for the youth hat we can be good Christian business owners." Pastor Reaves said it took him two months to find t .. RELAY FOR American Cancer Society Relay For Ufe of East Tampa May 20 2011 Middleton High School Special Guests emcee, Ernest Coney and Stylez G. White, #91, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Opening Ceremony6:00 PM Everyone from the community is welcome to attend. There will be food fun and plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy. Survivor Reception 7:00 PM Anyone who has ever baWed cancer Is invited to celebrate life and hope at Relay For Life of Eas Tampa Survivor Reception. Relay For Life will be honoring the courage survivors and their families display every day. Stomp Out Cancer -8:00 PM Greek organizations will Step, Stroll or Hop. Alpha Phi Alpha Tampa Alumni Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Glmma Thetlo OnMiglo ChapCw Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc. The Epellon Mu Mu Chat*r oi Omega,... Phi Sigma Ganma Rho-Beta Kappe Sigma CllapNr Tampa AlumnM ChapMr of o.tta Sigma Thetlo Sororl(y, Inc. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. Gamma Eta Sigma Chapter, Tampa Alumni Tampa Melropolltln Alumnae Ch"*" of o.tta Sigma TheA Inc. ZETA PHI BETA SORORITYNU UPSILON ZETA Get Involved in Your Community's Fight Against Cancer. For mom information please v1st www.!!/a!dorl/f!,OtW!8sttwnoaD or contBct Karina Footman at karins.lbotman@cancer.org his present location and next door they have the Spirit Of Faith Christian Center. "Along with myself, there are five others who help around the restaurant. As you can tell by the name, Mama does all the cooking. That's Ms. Ollie Reaves. She loves to cook and it's a pleasure to serve others what I grew upon. "My mother was an exec utive supervisor for 45 years at South Florida Hospital where she ran the kitchen. She raised five children on that good cooking." If you miss old fashioned home cooking, check out Mama's Southern Soul Food Restaurant. f.Y.J. St. Peter Claver Catholic School Alumni Association St. Peter Claver Catholic School Alumni and Associates ate invited to a meeting of the association on Saturday, May 21, 2011, 1 p. m. at the O'Keefe Hall, 1203 N. Nebraska Ave. The purpose of the meeting is to vote on by-laws and offi cers of the alumni association. The agenda will also include future meeting and activities. For additional information, please contact Joseph Bodden, (813) 655-0996, (813) 748-8114 or St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, (813) 2237098.

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Local Progress Village Familv Loses Evervthing In Fire This is the dryer area where the fire started. Last Friday morning was no different than any other for Natarsha Johnson. She got out of bed, then went about the task of getting her daughters up so they could start getting ready for school. Ms. Johnson said she began to smell smoke at her house in the 7900 block of Bahia, but at first thought it was one of her daughters tr)ring to cook. "When we discovered the smoke was coming from the dryer room, I opened the door and the fire just started spreading fast. We just ran out with what we had on and didn't look back." The fire destroyed the home, and Ms. Johnson and her daughters have been getting assistance from the American Red Cross, her church family at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, friends, and family. They are currently living Ms. Natarsha Johnson and her daughters, Eyhanna Johnson Oeft) and Amaya Anderson. with her aunt. The house belonged to my aunt at first, and later my mother moved in and it became her house until she died. From there, I took it over. I've been living in this house for more than 25 years. "Although we need help in all areas, our most pressing need is another place to live." Contact the American Red Cross if you want to help this family by calling (813) 348-4820, Ext. 880, or (727) 967-8351. Black History Bus Tour Special! Tours As Little As $50 An Hour! (Your Date and Time --Your Vehicle Or Mine) Tampa Bay History Tour Young Father oners Teen Dances As Pan Of The Solution BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Reginald Preston, Jr., has heard all of the negative talk about the way teenagers act. He has heard the stories of how fights start simply because of where a person lives. However, Preston feels that teenagers can come together and have a good time without fighting. "Hopefully, this will show the teenagers that everyone can come together and have fun. We're all from Tampa and it shouldn't be any problems because of what neighborhood you live in." A product of Tampa, Preston said he attended Krunk parties when he was a teenager and there was always a lot of fighting. He knows that he can't change the situation by himself, but he is willing to make a start. He feels that with enough security and the support of the community, he can suc cessfully host the dances. "I'm trying to bring it back and I hope that everything goes as planned. I think it can be done. People think kids are out of control. Some say I will never be able to do this. "This idea came to me while I was spending five years in prison. After I got out, I decided to stop being part of the problem and start being part of the solution," the 26year-old father of a daughter said. .. -Get-$10 -OffAny Two Or More 1 New Or Transferred 1 Prescriptions ._ _________ _.. R"'1ricli0ll$ may opply,""' n
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0 Local N --------------------------------------------------------------------0 N NonhTampa Restaurant Features fE International Flavor BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Frank Braaf was born in Rotterdam, Netherlands and later moved to South America where he got the vision of being a business owner. Braaf said he first thought about opening a grocery store with food to go, but the grocery store didn't work out. "I had been cooking for years in Europe and I had attended culinary school there. When I met my wife, she taught me how to cook soul food, and I also learned from others along the way." i3 When Braaf shut down i: the grocery store, he started LL selling soul food and West Indian (Caribbean) meals. c( Now with the opening of Frank-El Soul Food and C Take-Out Restaurant, he m says he has created a place where everyone gathers to > enjoy the most flavorful and a: succulent home cooked meals of the south. w c w ::::i m National "What sets my restaurant apart from the others is I offer great food with fine dining," said Braaf. "I've worked very hard to create the right atmosphere for my customers." Braaf said he really enjoys cooking. "One of the first things I learned was there are a lot of people who can cook great meals at home, but when it comes to cooking for a restaurant, the food just doesn't come out the same. That's why you have to be very careful as to whom you hire to cook in your restau rant." Braaf has been open for 8 months at his location, 1441 Fletcher Avenue, Suite 111. He said although all of his feature dishes will be soul food, he'll still serve some West Indian dishes. "Our house specialty is our corn muffins. We want peo ple to come enjoy our food and remember we also provide catering services." MOSITo Host 4th Annual Hurricane Expo The Museum of Science and Industry, corner of N 50th Street and E. Fowler Avenue, will host its 4th Annual Hurricane Expo on Saturday, May 21st, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The theme focuses on the Tampa Bay Hurricane of 1921. The hurricane struck the Tampa Bay near Tarpon Springs, on October 24th, as a Category 3 storm. It resulted in eight deaths and caused around $10 million in damage. Some of the topics planned for discussion are how technology has changed since 1921 and how a storm of that magnitude could affect the bay area today. MOSI will offer two ques tion and answer sessions with a meteorologist panel as well. Forecasters are predicting an active hurricane season with 16 named storms. They expect at least one major hur ricane making landfall. Residents are advised to observe Hurricane Prepared ness Week, which takes place May 22nd through May 28th, to secure homes and complete disaster preparation kits. Zl----------------------------------------------------------j:: w ...J ...J ;::) m ...J w z j:: z w Jacksonville, Florida Elects Its First Black Mavor en It became official last night c( when the last 2,000 ballots, many of which were absen0 tee, were counted. Alvin ...J Brown had been elected the LL first African-American mayor in Jacksonville's his tory He also is the first democrat elected to lead the northern Florida, Atlantic coast city, since 1991. Earlier, the race had been too close to call. Brown, the former chairman of the National Black MBA Association, is currently. the executiye in residence at Jacksonville University's ALVIN BROWN Davis College of Business. After Brown's GOP opponent conceded at 7 P;.m., Brown said, "I am excited about the opportunity that we have to take Jacksonville to the next level, and I will work with people from every corner of this community to move Jacksonville forward. Now is the time to bring Jacksonville together and unite our city." Brown, who will take office on July 1, had been considered a decided under dog. Jacksonville's popula tion is comprised of 464,000 whites and 245,000 Blacks and 54,000 Hispanics who can be of any race. Political observers say Brown won by winning over Republican voters when he adopted some of the ideas of a GOP candidate in an earlier election. Brown also received support from a prominent Republican fundraiser. Florida's first Black sheriff, Nat Glover, had unsuccessfully run for mayor of, Jacksonville eight years ago. In The Spotlight MILA Thank .you, Mila, for returning as this week's spotlight feature. As you can see, she is still as lovely as ever. Mila loves modeling and posing for photographs. Mila has career goals, and promises she will be a force in the near future. When the time comes to relax, Mila knows how to kick back, and enjoy her quality time. The man in Mila's life must con vince her that he is sincere and at the same time be respectful, truthful, honest, hand some, full of integrity, and compromising Congratulations to Mila as this week's Spotlight feature If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson @flsentinel.com.

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Show At Tampa 1morov Jazz Star To Visit Blake A Testament To Vibrant For Jazz Concert Spoken Word Scene _. BY LEON B. CREWS "My dad plays guitar. Holding true to W o r d Power Publications' ten year repu tation of presenting singer King Malachi from Atlanta's famed Dungeon Family. Sentinel StaffWriter With a Cuban mother and Tamp a LIFE Bay with avant-garde, spoken word en tertainment, on May 181h, Tampa native and WPP pres ident, LIFE, presented GIFI'ED, Central Florida's biggest spoken word event, at The Tampa Improv. GIFI'ED featured three of the most iconic names in spo ken word: Taalam Acey, whose work he legendary Stevie Wonder calls inspir ing; Sunni Patterson of HBO Def Poetry fame; 13 of Nazareth from BET's Lyric Cafe, and the most luminary name in urban soul music, A dense cluster of accom plished spoken word artists and a burgeoning spoken word circuit' for traveling poets makes Tampa a hotbed of contemporary, urban spo ken word poetry. By placing four of the biggest names, in arguably the most under-rec ognized art form in mainstream media, GIFI'ED elevated the area's rich, poetic climate even further. Experts agree that the arts are a critical component of every blossoming commu nity. When you walk through the Tampa Improv's doors for GIFI'ED, experiencing one of the best times of your life while being educated, uplifted and entertained with soul-stirring music and poems will make it clear they are right. At Howard W. Blake High School, students and faculty are still buzzing about one of their own, Eric Darius, jamming with their jazz band a month ago. Now the school is an nouncing that on May 31 st, another one of their own, jazz star Dayve Stewart, will be coming to his alma mater for a jazz concert. The show will begin at 7 p.m. in the school's theater. Stewart is currently on tour with the legendary AI Green, and they've traveled all over Europe and South America. Based in Tallahassee, Florida, Stewart has had quite a career so far and has been associated with feeding the homeless projects with Metropolitan Ministries, and being a judge, mentor and ICC-!C-!)Jilll II ill tCIIC:II With or without wires, it's w.hat we do at AT&T. Always. C> 2011 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. DAYVESTEWART performer with the NAACP's ACT-SO. He also provides free saxophone lessons for at-risk kids. Growing up in Tampa, Stewart said he was per forming at the age of 9, and was exposed to jazz long be fore that. Jamaican father, I listened to a lot of West Indian music, but the jazz was always there and is my first love." Stewart said besides performing with AI Green, another highlight of his ca reer was performing at the legendry Abbey Hall in Lon don. When asked about Eric Darius, Stewart said al though they haven't toured together, that can change. "He's very busy, but maybe we can make it happen. I'm ready. We graduated r the same year, and our careers have just started." c Stewart said he'll be )> bringing his own band to Blake and they will all jam Z with the school's jazz band. ::::! Stewart plays alto and i1fi tenor sax, and has recorded 1 three CD's and is currently working on a fourth. J= m ::::! z "'D c: Ill r-c;; :I: m c m att.com < m :::c -< c: m C/) c )> z c :::c c Rethink Possible ;:' C) m _.. W I :: ' )>

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Local 0 N c a: LL Former Professional Football Plaver I s Honorarv Chair For Golf ScholarshiP Oppor tuni ty P lu s for Mi nority S tud e nt S u ccess, I nc. will s p o n sor i ts f i rs t a nnu a l golf t o urn a m e nt sc h o l ars hi p fundr a i se r on Saturday, June 11, 2011 a t Rogers Pa r k Golf Course, 7911 N. 3 0111 Str ee t (Willie Black Dri v e). R egistra tion b e gins at 6:30 a m The scholarsh i p program was founded to addre ss the needs of minority students between the ages of 16 and 30, who are interested in pursuing a higher education. Former professional foot ball player, Ricky Reynolds, the honorary chairperson, stated I am c supporting Opportunity Plus a: because they are providing LL minority students with the opportunity to achieve their <( c en w ::) .... > a: w > w c w ::I: en :J m ::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J RICKY REYNOLDS academic goals by assisting them financially." The golf tournament will be a major contributor which will signif icantly help this objective. Ricky is a former corner back with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New England Patriots. He was a member of the Patriots Super BOBBY BOWDEN Bowl XXXI team in 1997. He presently serves as the presi dent of the local chapter of the Retired National Football Players Association. Bobby Bowden, Presi dent of the scholarship pro gram stated: "our objective is to provide tuition, books, ed ucational supplies, fees, emergency assistance and mentoring to students who meet the criteria set by the executive committee with the proceeds from this ment. Sweetbay, Walt Disney World, Pepin Distributing Company and Tampa Bay Federal Credit Union have agreed to be sponsors for the tournament. For additional informa tion about the golf tournament or the scholarship program, call (813) 9383776 ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J REHAB NSP HOMES NEW HOMES Priced from $60,000.00 and up ... LL <( I oo::r .... Features ... 3 or 4 bedrooms/2 Bathrooms/1 car garage/Central Heat and Air/ New Appliances Down Payment & Closing Cost Assistance up to $40,000 in the City and up to $65,000 in the County! CITY OF TAMPA PROPERTIES NEW CONSTRUCTION: 2912 E. 24th Ave. 2914 E. 24th .Ave. County NSP do not have to be First Time Home Buyers/ Good or Repairable Credit Monthly Payments can be Lower than Rent! HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PROPERTIES NSP REHABILITATED HOMES: 7009 Flint Drive, Tampa $55,000.00 4446-Country Hills Blvd, Plant City-$90,000.00 3811 Argon Drive, Tampa $58,000.00 407 Abigail Rd, Plant City $92,000.00 12711 Early Run Lane, Riverview $115,000.00 415 Pevetty Drive, Plant City $87,000.00 1409 Oakwood Lane, Plant City $150,000.00 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: The COACH Foundation, Inc at 1331 West Cass Street Tampa, FL 33606 Phone: (813) 254-3700 Fax: (813) 849-0614 Entertainment Schwarzenegger Fathered Child Outside Marriage LOS ANGEL E S / SAN FRANCISC O CA Form e r Californi a Govern or Arnold Schwarzenegger, n ew l y estrange d f r o m hi s wife o f 25 yea r s an d seek in g to r es u me his H ollywood career, h as ac knowl e d ged fath er in g a c hild m o r e th a n a deca d e ago with a m e mb e r of hi s hous e hold staff. Th e r e v e lation came a week after Schwarzenegger, the Austrian-born for mer bod y builder turned film star, and his wife, Maria Shriver, a broadcast jour nalist and member of the Kennedy dynasty, jointly announced their marital split. "After leaving the governor' s office I told my wife about this event, which oc curred over a decade ago, Schwarzenegger said in replying to the Times. A Schwarzeneggerspokesman later gave a copy of the state ment to Reuters. "I understand and deserve the feelings of anger and dis appointment among my friends and family. There are no excuses, and I take full re sponsibility for the hurt I have caused. I have apolog ized t o Maria, m y childre n a nd m y f a mil y I a m truly so rry," Schwarzenegger, 63 s a id in the state ARNOLD ment. SCHW ARZENE-Shriver, GGER & MARIA 55, in a SHRIVER statement to People magazine released on Tues day asked for compassion and privacy. "This is a painful and heartbreaking time," she said. "As a mother my con cern is for the children. I ask for compassion, respect and privacy as my children and I try to rebuild our lives and heal. I will have no further comment." As one of the most high profile but improbable cou ples in American public life -a powerful Republican politician and a stalwart De. mocrat -the pair endured y ears of persistent allegations about Schwarzenegger's extramarital dalliances and sexual misconduct.

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Movie 1\.eviews Top 20 Horosco es/ Priest The Priest (Paul Bettany) is on the hunt for his niece who is kidnapped by vampires. Should have left the cow boy concept out. Still had a lot of action. Made $14M. (Budget $6oM) *** Bridesmaid-A female version of the movie Hangover." Very funny. Must-see for the ladies. Made $26M. (Budget $32M).**** Prom -A pretty good Disney comedy I drama about teenagers getting ready for the prom. Good movie for teenagers. Made $8M. (Budget $8M). ***112 Thor Newcomer Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Anthony Hopkins (King) fight against the forces of evil. Not enough ac tion to sit for 2 hours. Disappointed. Still No. 1 at the box of fice. Made $119M. (Budget $150M). **112 Jumping The Broom -Angela Bassett and Paula Patton fight it out with their son and daughter who decide to get mar ried. Well-written comedy/drama. Made $25M. (Budget $6 6M). ***112 Fast Five Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and The Rock take you on a thrill ride for 2 hours in this Fast And The Furious series. Best Action movie of 2011. 2 minute fight scene between The Rock and Vin Diesel. Must see! Made $140M. (Budget $170M). **** plus some. Madea's Big Happy Family-Tyler Perry comes through again with this comedy/ drama remake of his play, Happy Family." Worth Seeing! Made $soM. (Budget N/A). *** Scream 4 The ghostface slasher returns to slash more bodies. Pretty good storyline. Made $37M. (Budget $40M). ***112 Rio-Jamie Foxx (voice) stars in this musical animation about two birds who were stolen from their owners in Rio. Strictly for the kids. Made $125M. (Budget $90M). *** Hanna -A young girl is trained by her dad to become an assassin. Very violent. Not for kids. Made $38M. (Budget $35M).*** Lincoln Lawyer Matthew McConaughey gives a great performance as a local lawyer trying to solve a brutal case. Worth seeing! $s6M. (Budget $40M). **** Hop -A young bunny rabbit refuses to take over the busi ness from his father to become the Easter Bunny. This movie lays a golden egg for kids. Made $1o6M. (Budget $63M). **** Source Code -A captain goes back in time to reverse a terrorist attack. Nice twist at the end. Made $soM. (Budget $32M). ***112 RATINGS **** Very Good 1 *** Good I ** Average 1 Wait For Video VERSATILE MARKETING GROUP & TAMPA GROWN Top20 oroscopes HIP-HOP SINGlES 3: 1. Sure Thing ... Miguel 2. Motivation... Kelly Rowland Featuring Lil Wayne 3 Look At Me Now ... Chris Brown Featuring Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes 4 Far Away ... Marsha Ambrosius 5 All Of The Lights ... Kanye West 6. My Last... Big Sean Featuring Chris Brown 7 Racks ... YC Featuring Future 8. SheAin'tYou ... Chris Brown 9 Did It On'em ... Nicki Minaj 10. Hustle Hard ... Ace Hood 11. Love Faces ... Trey Songz 12. Roll .. Wiz Khalifa 13. 6 Foot 7 Foot ... Lil Wayne Featuring Cory Gunz 14. Moment 4 Life ... Nicki Minaj Featuring Drake 15. Down On Me .. Jere mih Featuring 50 Cent 16. Love Letter ... R. Kelly 17. So In Love ... Jill Scott Featuring Anthony Hamilton 18. I Smile... Kirk Franklin 19. Best Night Of My Life ... Jamie Foxx Featuring Wiz Khalifa 20. Cupid .. Lloyd Fea turing Awesome Jones TOP20 HIP-HOP AlBUMS 1. Goblin... Tyler, The Creator 2. Hot Sauce Commit tee Part Two... Beastie Boys 3 Stone Rollin' ... Raphael Saadiq 4 F .A.M.E. ... Chris Brown 5 Rolling Papers ... Wiz Khalifa 6. The Ultimate Collec tion .. Sade 7 Hello Fear... Kirk Franklin 8. Loud ... Rihanna 9 Pink Friday ... Nicki Minaj 10. Lasers ... Lupe Fiasco 11. musiqinthemagiq .. Musiq Soulchild 12. Recovery ... Eminem 13. All I Want Is You .. Miguel 14. Kelly ... Kelly Price 15. I Remember Me .. Jennifer Hudson 16. Late Nights & Early Mornings... Marsha Am brosius 17. The Lady Killer . Cee Lo Green 18. Something Big .. ; Mary Mary 19. Love Letter .. R. Kelly 20. The Road From Memphis... Booker T. J ones Taurus (April 20May 20) Prospects are excellent for :!:C love and romance. Indulge your imagination, and plan a delicious trip. Don't buy the tickets yet, but chart an itinerary that N delights. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Review your finances for greater power in that arena. Just knowing right now opens up new choices that were previously hidden. Stash away nuts for winter. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Learn from an experienced tutor. Another admires your skill. Partnership flowers all around you. Share decision-making and tasks, and listen with an open mind. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Plan a vacation or adventurous escape to a natural wonder. Relax with time outdoors in the company of someone special. Make reservations early for the best deal. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) There's so much to learn from younger people now, and so much you can teach them Surround yourself with their enthusiasm, and use it for inspi ration. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Clean house. You may be sur prised by what you find. Be thorough but forgiving. Creative shortcuts are not a good i dea. Acknowledge your achieve ments. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -A solution to an old prob lem becomes more obvious. There's not a better time to catch up on your communications this month. Learn from friends who have plenty. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) There's more work r coming in, but you can still allow others to be generous, if they feel so moved. Pay your bills first, and then prioritize what you'll do with the dough. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You're back in control, en pretty much. Inspire rather than demand. It's an excellent time m to travel, or just go out. Your dreams come true when you least expect it. z Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Don't believe everything p:! you think. There's a tendency to worry today. Get out of your m head and go for a walk outdoors, or find a quiet spot in a gar-c: den. Journal it out. J= Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Contribute to your comm munity. Your friends really come through for you the next :::! three days. Fulfill a personal fantasy. Clean up a mess. Have Z fun with the process. ;g Aries (March 21-April19)-You're entering a time of m testing and accountability. Go for reality over fantasy, and handle responsibilities. Practice makes perfect. Focus on the game. :::1: It goes well. m c Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN Greenlee agrees to give Scott a -f loan; Caleb agrees to let Asher stay at Wildwind; Opal con-c: fronts Erica's captor. Griffin finds footage proving Ricky had rn a close relationship with Diana; Ryan, Madison, Greenlee and c Scott deal with a loss; Ricky gets a bit annoyed with Kendall. :!:C BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Stephanie tells Brooke :J> their rivalry is reignited; Taylor stumbles across Thomas' souZ venir from the island; Steffy makes it clear to Bill that she will not give up on him until she is his one-and-only. Ridge asks :a Brooke what happened on the island; Thomas takes the island c berries to a laboratory to be tested; Taylor experiences hallu:!:C cimitions after ingesting some of the berries; Whip misreads Taylor's hallucinations as amorousness and plays along. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Melanie and Daria get into it; Brady is determined tl1at EJ will be punished; Daniel tells Jen nifer he wants to be exclusive; Melanie insists to Maggie that Victor loves her; Daria is hounded by a bookie. Chloe oversees Jennifer and Daniel share a kiss; Rafe and Sami make love; Kate thaws towards Stefano but swears she's not done with Vi vian yet; Quinn comforts Chloe; EJ tells Taylor he s trying to turn his life around. GENERAL HOSPITALRobin hears a noise in the base ment and goes to investigate; Jax and Carly argue over Joss lyn's safety in the hands of Carly and the mob; Alexis hopes Sam and Jason will decide not to have a child. Lisa locks Robin in the basement with a leaking gas heater; Sonny and Brenda have a heart-to-heart about risks; Brenda thanks Carly for sav ing her son. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Nate rips into Matthew for allowing him to take the fall; John and Brody race off in search of Marty and Liam; Destiny begs Danielle not to divulge what she's learned about Matthew. Wes refuses to rat out Marty; while the cameras roll, Bo and Nora walk in on Clint telling Blanca he killed Eddie Ford; Rex bumps into Blanca, who tells him Clint copped to the DNA switch. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Abby's police interro)'g gation could reveal Ashley's lies; Kay is distraught as Tucker is rushed into surgery. Abby confesses; Kay and Sofia bond and then clash over Tucker's living will.

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I m :J D.. z i= w ..J ..J :J m ..J W z i= z w en C3 a: 0 ..J LL Entertainment Bevonce Names New Album '4' B E YONCE NEW YORK-Beyonce's upcoming fourth solo album will be called "4, a title she sa y s was inspired b y her fans The numb e r four h o ld s personal significance for Beyonce. "We all have s peci a l num bers in our lives, a nd 4 i s tha t for me," s h e says It's the d ay I was born. My mother's birthday, and a lot of my friend s birthdays, are on the fourth; April4 is m y wedding date." "4," due out i n June. Denzel washington Receives Honorarv Universitv Of Pennsvlvania Degree DENZEL WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA--Den. zel Washington confessed to a bit of stage fright in his latest role: Commencement speaker at the University of Pennsylvania. Addressing about 5,000 graduates at the Ivy League school in Philadelphia the Oscarand Tony-winning actor said the academic cer emony was "a little over whelming and out of my comfort zone." And that was his reason for accepting the invitation to speak, he said. The 56-year-old star of ''Malcolm X" and "Philadel phia" delivered a humorous speech with a sobering truth: Failure is inevitable. Yet instead of having some thing to fall back on, he said, graduates should "fall for ward" -learn from their mistakes and keep going. Thomas Edison had countless failed experiments before succeeding with the light bulb he said. "Do you have the guts to fail?" Washington said. "If you don't fail, you're not even trying Jermaine Jackson senles Child Support Pavments JERMAINE JACKSON After losing his driver 's license, getting stuck in Africa and facing the possibility of going to jail, Jermaine Jackson has finally manned-up and paid his hefty overdue child support. Late March (2011), a court ordered him to pay $8o,ooo in back child support to ex wife, Alejandra Jackson for their two children, J ermajesty and Jaffar. Jackson was given a settlement plan to fork over a $s,ooo cashiers check by April 4, $15,000 by AprilS, $20,000 by April 13 and $40,000 by May 13. According to court docu ments the legal battle can be put to rest as Jackson has paid up the entire $8o,ooo. The couple married in 1995 and Jermaine filed for divorce in 2004 Tamera Mowrv Gets Married! ADAM HOUSLEY And TAMERA MOWRY Tamera Mowry got her dream wedding when she married Fox News Channel correspondent Adam Housley in Napa Valley The Siste r Sister star, 32, and Housley, 39, tied the knot at an inn and vineyard surrounded by 300 guests. Mowry wore a wedding gown by Carolina Herrera as she exchanged traditional vows with Housley. Among the bride's eight bridesmaids were maid of honor Andrea Regalado and Mowry's twin sister and matron of honor, Tia Mowry. Housley and his eight groomsmen including brother and best man Arik, wore tuxedos and Converse sneakers "I feel so blessed to be marrying such an amazing man," says Mowry. Young Jeezv, Polow Da Don, Jazze Pha Accused Of Owing Thousands In Studio Fees PO LOW DA DON And YOUNG JEEZV Recording engineer Tony Terrebonne has confirmed that producer Polow Da Don owes more than $20,000 in unpaid studio services and attorneys fees. Terrebonne said $8,ooo of that is for his work on the Chris Brown hit "Forever" and he's owed an additional $480 for Usher's "Love In The Club. According to Terrebone this isn't his first issue with the Zone 4 head who previ ously owed him $so;ooo causing him to move in with his parents and sell his car to make up for the loss. He said, in addition to Da Don, Young Jeezy and Producer Jazze Pha are also reportedly guilty of not making payments Terrebone, recording engineer and owner of At. lanta's nst Street Studio Josh Butler said he was still waiting on $20,000. from Young Jeezy while Zac Recording owner Jim Zumpano said that he's still waiting on payment from JazzePha. Nicki Minai leaves Diddv, Hires New Management Nicki Minaj parted ways with Diddy and James Cruz, saying she thought Diddy would have been more hands on with her ca reer. Minaj is now managed by Gee Roberson and Kyambo "Hip Hop" Joshua of Hip-Hop Since 1978, who also manage Drake, Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy and Kanye West. Nicki Minaj kicks off a NICKIMINAJ tour with Britney Spears on June 17th. luke Campbell Excluded From Spanish-Onlv Mavoral Debate Luke Campbell is one of seven Miami candidates ex cluded from a mayoral de bate held at the Florida International University. The debate was restricted to Spanish-speaking candi dates only, and Campbell, and candidate Roosevelt Bradley are calling foul. Luther Campbell -a former rap star and African / American candidate for mayor said he was ap palled at what he called a 'Cuban-only forum' He said: 'The university is having a Cuban-only forum, which is wrong to the stu dents, because the students are from all different races and all different cultures and all the students don't speak only Spanish.' LUKE CAMPBELL Roosevelt Bradley, a Black candidate, said he was 'outraged' that the publicly funded university allowed what he called a 'polarising and divisive event' to be held on the campus. He said 'this turns the clock back so years on race and ethnic relations.' The election takes place on May24.

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SOULJABOY Soulja Boy is facing a $1 million lawsuit over a can celed Harrisburg, PA concert back in 2010. Joseph S. Brewster filed the lawsuit on behalf of his company TrinCity Entertainment stating that the "Pretty Boy Swag" rapper canceled a show at the last minute and kept their $16,250 deposit. According to the suit TrinCity booked Soulja Boy for a December 10, 2010 show paying the rapper a down payment of $16,250 plus paying out an additional $ 11,500 for bus transporta tion and advertising cost. The l aw suit goes on to claim the reps for Soulja Boy's record l a bel Inter scope reached out to TrinCity and requested to postpone Soulja's perform ance so the rapper could catch a show in Hawaii the following week. TrinCity claims, both Interscope and Myspace agreed to pay $10,000 to ward promotion of the rescheduled show, but My space never paid their por tion and Interscope paid too late for Brewster to pro mote another show. TrinCity's lawsuit also notes that Soulja Boy never refunded their $16,250 de posit. Kevshia Cole Not Upset Over BET Awards Snub KEYSHIA COLE The recent 2011 BET Awards nominations seemed to hit home for a lot of talented artists in the R&B genre. With popular music snagging all the nods, artist like Trina, Tank and now Keyshia Cole continued to be puzzled after being looked over year over year. "It's like this. Been on the scene 7 years. I was 21 when I got signed. 7 # 1 records. No awards 4 none of them/ still touring. It is Wht it is," Cole writes on Twitter following the announce ment. "These types of thing R the way they R. I'm not upset about any of it in any way I hope everyone that goes has a wonderful time." 9" Roller ....................................... $1.:50 Brushes ....................................... 99 LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! CASSIDY Reports that Philly rapper Cassidy is wanted in con nection with murder and attempted murder are false according to the Philadelphia Police Department. It was reported over the weekend that the Philadel phia rapper was arrested while traveling through New Jersey on a probation viola tion. Reports also stated that he was suspected in connection with a homicide and two at tempted murders. Those reports are inaccu rate and the Philadelphia Po lice Department recently clarified the situation. In 2005, the rapper served 8 months in prison for invol untary manslaughter, two coun,ts of aggravated assault and possession of an instru ment of crime in connection to a Philadelphia homicide. Stevie Wonder Celebrates &1st Birthdav, Surprises Tulane Grads STEVIE WONDER Stevie Wonder is cele brating -61 years of life and recently caused a commotion earlier this week when he gave an impromptu perform ance at a college campus The Grammy award win ning singer was spotted at Tulane University where he was given an honorary de gree during the school's com mencement ceremony Instead of an acceptance speech however Stevie belted out his hit "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life Movies and sun aren't the only thing Kanye West is soaking up in Cannes. The controversial rapper, who was in France for the Cannes Film Festival, enjoyed some affection from tl1e fairer sex as well. He was spotted kiss ing a mystery blonde on his hotel terrace, and the pair didn't seem to mind putting on a show for photogra phers. West, who split from for mer stripper /model Amber Rose last summer after two years together, has been em broiled in a war of words with his ex. Most recently, Rose said that her new ., boyfriend, Wiz Khalifa, is 0 an upgrade from West. :!;! en m z -4 The Game's Manager Jimmv Henchman On The Run z m r llJ c: r r m A Federal arrest warrant has been issued for The Game's manager Jimmy 'Henchman' Rosemond. A warrant was issued last week, when Rosemond, who manages artists such as Brandy, Sean Kingston, Game and Akon, was in dicted for alleged involve ment in cocaine distribution. Rosemond has yet to be located. Jimmy Henchman is no stranger to run-ins with the law. Back in September of JIMMY 'HENCHMA..""J' ROSEMON ::! z ., c: llJ c en :::I: m c m < m -4 c: m 2010, Rosemond was acen cused of being a police informant, dating back to the mid-'9os. c

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Tiger's Swing Causes lniuries Tiger Woods recently withdrew from the Players Championship because of an injury to his left knee and his left achilles Tiger has had a lot of problems out of the left knee in recent times. He has already had two or three surg eries on the knee. in this year's draft. Does this mean good times in Cleveland again? Lockout Hurts Bucs The Most The National Football League owners decided to impose a players' lockout when the collective bargaining agreement expired at the end of the season. Golf experts and some doctors have said that Tiger's knee problems come for his swing. These folks say that Tiger has a snap swing that powers into a left knee firmly planted on the ground. To protect his knee, Tiger needs to change his swing so as not to put so much pressure on the left knee. c Team controlled workouts, team rninicarnps and team contact with players has been stopped. All teams are being hurt by the lockout, but I believe that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be hurt the most. a: LL c z <( c U) w ;:) .... ii: w > w c w :::1: U) :::::i m ;:) c.. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) m Cavaliers Get Top Lottery Picks The National Basketball Association held its 2011 draft lottery and the Cleveland Cavaliers carne up big time. Last season, the Cavs lost LeBron James and a bunch of basketball games. They got rewarded in the lottery drawing because last Tuesday night, the Cavs' name was pulled first and fourth in the lottery. That gives the Cavs two of the top four picks The Bucs had a 10-6 record last season and hoped to improve on that record next season. The team is young and needed the work this summer. Quarterback Josh Freeman is a potential superstar, but he is young and needs work. The Bucs have got two young defensive ends and two young defensive tackles that need work. The young wide receiver corps needs work and the defensive backfield will need some overhauling. The lockout is stopping all of this. Stop Looking! Come With Us! Or We'll Shop For You ... Wholesale/ Auction Prices Now Available To The Public. Grlnln & Sons 813-440-6440 25 Years Exp. Mava Moore Becomes First Woman To Rep Jordan Brand MAYA MOORE Thought basketball superstar Maya Moore had already broken every record? Think again. The University of Connecti cut phenomenon inked a historic endorsement deal with Nike imprint, Jordan Brand, becoming the first female bas ketball signee on the brand's roster. The 22-year-old forward joins Derek Jeter, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul and Andre Johnson as the newest athlete signed with the brand. In a press release from the company announcing the deal, Nike and the Jordan family expressed their excitement naming Moore as their newest brand ambassador. Michael Jordan, the brands namesake said: "I am thrilled to welcome Maya Moore into the Jordan Brand. Not only has Maya proven to be a prolific winner on the court, but her hunger and determination to make an impact off the court makes her a valuable addition to the Jordan family. We look for ward to working with Maya as she carries her success to the next level. Appeals Coon Backs NFl, loCkout Remains In Place MINNEAPOLIS -The NFL's lockout remains in place, a federal appeals court ruled Monday. That means the league likely won't get back to business until at least next month -and maybe much longer than that. The 8th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the lockout can stay until a full appeal is heard on whether it is legal. That hearing is scheduled for June 3 in St Louis, before the same panel that issued this 2-1 deci sion. The appellate court said it believes the NFL has proven it "likely will suffer some degree of irreparable harm without a stay." The court also cast doubt on the conclusions of U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson, who rul e d Ap r il 2 5 tha t the lockout should b e li f t e d to sav e the playe r s f r o m irrever s ibl e d a m age T h e 8 th C i rc uit pa n e l p ut h e r deci s ion on hold four d ays l a t er. Charles Oaklev Sues las Vegas Reson Over 'Beat Down' LAS VEGAS --Charles Oakley, one of the NBA's alltime tough guys and now a Charlotte Bobcats assistant, has sued a Las Vegas resort over what he calls a May 2010 "gang-style beat down" by security guards who injured him. Oakley filed the lawsuit Thursday in Clark County District Court against the Aria hotel-casino at MGM Resorts International's CityCenter complex, the Las Vegas Sun reported. Five security offi cers also were named in the lawsuit. Oakley was an invited guest at Aria's VIP pool area May 28 when he left the area, the complaint says, but secu rity officers and staff prevent ed him from re-entering. After a "verbal altercation" with officers, Oakley attempted to return to his room when he was "assaulted" by them in a secluded area of the resort, the lawsuit alleges. The complaint contends the officers wrestled Oakley to CHARLES OAKLEY the ground and punched and handcuffed him, and that he was taken to the hospital with injuries to his neck, back, head and wrist, "all or some of which may be permanent and disabling." The complaint alleges negli gence, assault, assault with excessive force, battery, false imprisonment and defamation. It seeks unspecified general, special and punitive damages. An MGM Resorts International spokeswoman said the company doesn't comment on pending litigation. Transgender Plaver Calls It Quits At GW The openly transgender member of the George Washington women's basketball team, whose ground breaking season was cut short by a pair of concussions says he won't play in his senior year The school announced that Kye Allums "has decided that it is in his best interest to no longer participate in inter collegiate athletics." "I alone carne to this conclu sion," Allums said in a state ment released by the universi t y "and I thank the athletic department for respecting my wishes." The statement offered no further details, although GW said Allums has enrolled in classes for the fall semester. Allums made international headlines when he announced before the start of the season in November that he preferred to be known as a man. He said he was putting off hormone treatments and gender-chang ing surgery so that he could continu e to play. for the Get A Quote @ www.olinmott.com _, .. IIIII OL/NMOTT TIRE /I/JJsTORES EAST TAMPA (813) 237-3946 3741 E. 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Sports Bucs Decline HBO's Hard Knocks TAMPA, Fla. --The Buccaneers have said no to HBO. Tampa Bay has declined an invitation to be featured on the cable TV network's next edition of "Hard Knocks, the team said on its Twitter account Monday. "We have respectfully declined this year's 'Hard Knocks' invitation," the team announced. "Wonderful show, but the team wants to keep the focus on the field in 2011.11 Tampa Bay went from 3-13 in 2009 to 10-6 last season and has a strqng core of young players led by quarterback Josh Freeman, receiver Mike Williams and defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. "Hard Knocks" won three Sports Emmys for its portrayal of the New York Jets in last year's series. The show has been on the air intermit tently since its debut in 2001 with the Baltimore Ravens. In subsequent years, the Dallas Cowboys (2002 and 2008), Kansas City Chiefs (2007), Cincinnati Bengals (2009) and Jets have been spotlighted. "Finding and selecting a team for 'Hard Knocks' each year is a process," HBO spokesman Ray Stallone said. "We remain optimistic." Sugar Rav leonard savs Coach sexuallv Abused Him SUGAR RAY LEONARD In his forthcoming autobi ography, former professional boxer Sugar Ray Leonard makes a few unexpected accusations. In the book entitled "The Big Fight: My Life In and Out of the Ring," the exfighter reveals darker moments in his life, from cocaine use to growing up in a household with domestic violence and alcohol abuse to surviving a car wreck. Still, the most shocking account in the book is when Leonard reveals that he was sexually abused as a young fighter by an unnamed "prominent Olympic boxing coach." According to reports by the New York Times: Leonard writes that when the coach accompanied him as a 15-year-old and another young fighter to a boxing event in Utica, N.Y., in 1971, he had .the teenagers take a bath in a tub of hot water and Epsom salts while he sat on the other side of the bathroom. They suspected "something a bit inappropriate" was occurring, but did not want to question a strong male authority figure. Several years later, Leonard describes sitting i n a car in a deserted parking lot across from a recreation center, listening intently as the same coach, said to be in his late 40s, explained how much a gold medal at the 1976 Olympics would mean to his future. He was flattered, filled with hope, as any young athlete would be. But he writes: "Before I knew it, he had unzipped my pants and put his hand, then mouth, on an area that has haunted me for life I didn't scream. I didn't look at him. I just opened the door and ran." He adds that when he first decided to discuss the inci dent in the book, which is coauthored with Michael Arkush, he offered a version in which the abuser stopped before there was actual con tact. "That was painful enough, Leonard writes. "But last year, after watching the actor Todd Bridges bare his soul on Oprah's show about how he was sexually abused as a kid, I realized I would never be free unless I revealed the whole truth, no matter how much it hurt." Sugar Ray Leonard's book comes out on June 6th, and it will be interesting to read whatever the boxing Hall of Farner has written in his autobiography. Celtics' Rivers OK After Throat Surgerv BOSTON -Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers is recover ing from surgery to remove a benign polyp from his throat. The team said doctors told Rivers he is cancer free. Rivers joked that his family will be happy that he can't talk for two weeks. But he also urged all coaches to get their throats checked after the stress put on their vocal cords during the season. The Celtics were eliminated from the playoffs in the second round by the Miami Heat. Rivers signed a five year extension with the team last week. Tiger: No Knee Damage, Open Return likelv TIGER WOODS PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL-Tiger Woods says he didn't do any more damage to his left leg at The Players Championship and expects to play the U.S. Open next month. Woods made it only nine holes last week at The Players -his shortest tourna-ment ever -when he withdrew after nine holes because of what he described as a chain reaction of pain from his left knee to left Achilles and tightening in his calf He shot 42 on the front nine. On his website Monday, Woods said he irritated the knee and Achilles without making them worse. He said doctors have advised rest, cold water therapy and soft tissue treatment, which he said he already had been receiving. "Aggravating my injury is very disappointing," Woods said. "I'll do whatever is necessary to play in the U.S. Open, and I'm hopeful I can be there to compete." The U.S. Open is June 16-19 at Congressional, a course on which Woods won in 2009 at the AT&T National. I\) 0 I\) 0 ..... .....

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..... Funerals/Memoriams 0 C\1 > <( c a: u. MR. KEITH RECHEBEST Funeral ser.vices for Mr. Keith Reche Best of Tampa, who passed away on Monday, May 16, 2011, will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Faith Alive at Mt. Silla Missionary Baptist Church, 5702 E. 32nd Avenue, with Rev. Antonio Hawkins, officiating. Keith R. Best was born August 28, 1976, in Tampa. He was a member of Mt. Calvary Seventh-Day Adventist Church. ..... He was an entrepreneur C and enjoyed being a salesman a: selling all types of items. He U. worked for the Florida Sen e tinel for many years and also Z for West Tampa Sandwich <( Shop. He was preceded in death C by: his father, Johnny Bell; en grandfather, Robert Best; W uncle, William Best; aunts, :::J Faye and Shirley Best and 1Gwen Bell; and sisters, Patty > and Sonya Bell. a: He leaves to cherish his memories: his wife, Natasha W Best; children, Sandria, c Khalil, Reggie, Raneisha and w Raquera; godchildren, Der ::I: rick Nells and Yarli Smith; a en devoted grandmother, Arvella :::i Bessie Best; mother, Ophelia D Best; mother-in-law, Patricia :::J Ann Lewis; brothers, Dozier 0. Williams, Derrick Best, Eric Z Best, Johnny Harrington, tij Johnny Lee Bell (Shapri), -I Arnold Bell, Ronnie Bell and -1 Anthony Lewis; sisters, Ever:::J lina Fipps and Keisha Best m (twin sister); sister-in-law, -I Nicole Lewis; aunts, Myrtle W Blue, Brenda Gardner, Z Cardelia Viverette, Catherine i= Wester, Peggy Best, Veronica Z Williams, Betty Jane Best and Shirley Palmer; uncles, Al-bert Lewis, Willie Lewis and Reggie Wester; nieces, Dia il: mond, Tykera, Whitney, Trin O ity, China, Erica, Ashley, -I Kadera and Charnicea; U. nephews, Elijah, Johnny, Eric, James, Jamaal Dozier, III, Jamarcus, Anthony and Maurice; cousins, David, Terry, Shelia and Valerie Bullock, Julius, Ernest, Ernessa Williams, F;rron, Yomi and family, Scherai, Janica and J. J., Sam and family, Shanika and family, Kenya and family, Quincy and family, Ramon and family, Anthony and family, Antonio and family, Travis, Jason and family, Jarvis, Marcus, J. C. and family, Mike and family, Denise and family, Latrenda Little, Jermaine and Shawanda Rogers, Ahmad and Teresa Lewis, Daniel Johnson, Theresa Jacob, Evonne, Regina and Debra Williams, Tisha and Kevis Askew, Zaria and Jean Armand; special friends, Tito Boone and Antauwn Davis; and a host of other relatives and friends; so .many friends, please forgive us if not mentioned. 0 The viewing will be held at C\1 Aikens Funeral Home on FriW day, May 20, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. Family will receive friends o. from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the Church at 10:45 a. m. o n Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUENRAL HOME DEACON WILLIE PRINCE REDDISH Deacon Willie Prince Reddish of Tampa, passed away on May 12, 2011. A homegoing celebration will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011, at 3 p. m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 W Cypress Street, Tampa, 33606, Dr. W. James Favorite, pastor, with Rev. Delores J. Cain, officiating. Deacon Willie Prince Reddish was born on July 8, 1939, to the late Gary Reddish and Lila Mae Thomas. He was raised by his aunt, Dora Chandler. He graduated from Smith Brown High School in 1959 in Arcadia, FL. Deacon Reddish was an active member of Heritage Christian Community Baptist Church of Lutz. FL. He was employed by Alterman Transport Lines as a driver for 35 years. He had been retired for 8 years. For the past 7 years he owned his own handyman and lawn service business, Prince Handyman. Since August of 2009 he had been an active member of Heritage Christian Community Baptist Church of Lutz, FL, under the leadership of Rev. Delores J. Cain. He was an ordained Deacon and an active member of the Men's Ministry and the Shepherds Staff Ministry. He leaves to cherish his memories: his devoted wife of 16 years, Linda Reddish; his children, Jacqueline Reddish, Willie Prince Reddish, Jr., Aaron Reddish, LaDenna Mouling and LaShawn (Dewayne) Weathers; his grandchildren, Shamauria Walton, Lutia Pratt, Ashawnti Flournoy and Alvin Bronson; his great grandchild, Dorrell Ford; his sisters, Debra Thomas, Carolyn (Earnest) Luther, Lila Mae Thomas and Diane Moultrie; his brothers, Jerome (Sandra) Reddish, Calvin (Sue) Thomas and Lawrence (Ava) Budgett; his aunts, Viola (Calvin) McDaniels and Elizabeth (Reno) Greenlee; his uncles, Alfred (Roberta) Thomas and Freddie (Kate) Thomas; his father and mother-in-law, Elijah and Lena Wesley; his sisters-in law, Erma (Lee) Anderson, Deborah (John) Wesley and Mary Reddish; his dear friends, Alvin "Pee-Wee" (Gwen) Baker, Roy (Tina) Demming and Darrell Johnson, the Heritage Christian Community Church family; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held Friday, May 20, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 2:45 p. m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME P Wb *MER' liB MS.MESHEL WYANETTE PHILON A homegoing celebration for Ms. Meshel Wyanette Philon of 110 W. Hilda Street, who passed away Thursday, May 12, 2011, at St. Joseph's Hospital, will be held Saturday, May 21, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor M. B. Church, 2606 W. Grace Street, with the Rev. T. D. Leonard, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Orange Hill Cemetery. Ms. Meshel Wyanette Philon was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Evelyn) Philon on August 18, 1971. At an early age, she accepted J esU:s Christ as her Lord and Savior and remained faithful to the Lord for life. Meshel was a native of Tampa, and graduated from Jefferson High School. She previously worked for Lab Corp and Health Plan Services. She was dearly loved by all of her family and friends, who will miss her terribly. She leaves to cherish her memories: tWo children, Darius Mitchell and Keyla Hodges; parents, Joe Philon, Sr. and Evelyn Philon; five siblings, Melinda Welch (Eugene), Melisa Willingham (Martrullus), Joe Philon, Jr. (fiancee, Tosha), William Dunbar and Josh Dunbar; five nephews, Isiah Osborne, Keiron Osborne, Adonis Welch, David Jenkins and Joe Philon, III; two nieces, Courtney Battle and Leah Jenkins; a paternal grandfather, Grady Philon; five paternal aunts, nine maternal aunts, five paternal uncles and ten maternal uncles; and a host of cousins and friends. The family requests no visitation on Friday. The funeral cortege will arrange from 110 W. Hilda Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday, May 21, 2011. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. "AN EASTSIDE SERVICE" "A Family's Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMIE JACKSON ... Owner SISTER LUCILLE WINGFIELD JOHNSON Homegoing services for Sister Lucille Wingfield Johnson, who passed away Sunday, May 15, 2011, will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011, at 1 p. m. at the Saint John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 Chipco Ave., with Reverend Bartholomew Banks, officiating. Interment will be at Rest Heaven Memorial Park Cemetary. Sister Johnson was born October 25, 1925, she was the oldest daughter of the late James and Cora Lee Wingfield. She attended public schools in Hillsborough County. She was a member of the St. John Pro gressive M. B. Church for many years where she served in the Number One Choir, The Keenagers and the Palace Byrd Circle. Two daughters preceded her in death: Cora Colding and Paulette Wingfield Anderson. She leaves to celebrate her homegoing: three daughters, Cynthia Davis, Doretha Wingfield and LaTangela Johnson; two sons, Edwin Wingfield and Winston Johnson; sister, Rudean Brown; 16 grandchildren, Eric Anderson, Vivian Lewis and husband, Reverend Clyde Lewis, Sharon Anderson, LaTangela Jenkins and husband, Terrell, Davene Crum and husband, Frank Crum, Jr., Sheryl Peacock, Katrina Everett, Senboya Sutton, Anthony Johnson, Tony and Toya Wingfield, Carolyn, Sadae, Winston Johnson, Jr., Jamie Leo Green and Calvin Johnson;hostofgreatgrands, nieces. and nephews, among whom are Charles Wright, Alicia Wright, Nathaniel Wright and wife, Curley, Rev. Charlesetta Arline, Jeanette Stewart, Wilma and James, Pastor Valerie Wilson and husband, Bishop Namon Wilson and Robert Keith Bowman; sister-in-law, Rosetta Wingfield; Clarence Richardson and family of Trenton, N. J.; a host of other relatives and friends, including the Saint John Progressive M. B. Church, Jacqueline Preston, Susan Berry and Diane Richardson; and all of Tampa. A visitation for Sister Lucille Wingfield Johnson, will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 6-7 'f? m. Friends attendmg the homegoing celebration for Sister Lucille Johnson are asked to assemble at the church at 12:45 p.m. A HARMON BURIAL MS. KATRI:NA COLBERT Homegoing services for Ms. Katrina Colbert of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, May 1, 2011, will be held Saturday, May 21, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Michael Neely of New Millennium Community Church, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park. Katrina was born on October 30, 1973, to Michael Colbert, Sr. and Rose Glover in Tampa. She was well known and loved by many She was preceded in death by her uncle, Willie Lee Williams of Tampa. She leaves to cherish her memory: 2 sons, Freddie Wintons, IV and Xzavian Flowers; 2 daughters, Kareema Flowers of Tampa, and Nashay Flowers of Georgia; mother, Rose Glover; father, Michael L. Colbert, Sr. (Marjorie Perry); brother, Michael L. Colbert, Jr.; uncles, David Curtis and Franklin Curtis (Estella); Aunt Jeanette and Uncle Floyd Moore of Tampa, and Aunt Tina Felton; cousins, Nenya Veal, Shara Lindsay of Tampa, Elizabeth, Veronica and Connie of Sebring, FL, Florian Felton and Jennifer Harris; godmother, Ann McCoy; a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, additional family members; and friends, Alma, Tommy and TaLisa. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, May 20, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywimamsfuoeralhome.com DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT ALBERT 'AL' LEE RICHARDSON November 2, 1932 -May12, 2011 The family of AI Richardson will share memories at a memorial service, Saturday, May 21, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Christ United Methodist Church, Rev. A. Wilds, Pas tor, 3304 E. Columbus Drive (at 34th Street Car Wash), Tampa, 33605. Burial will be at Veterans Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Florida Mortuary in charge.

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Funerals/Memoriams Homegoing services for Mr. Elbert Wimbley, Sr. ("Pimp Wimp Wimbley") of 4223 Laurel Street, who passed away on Friday, May 13, 2011, will be held on Satur day, May 21, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, Rev. T. D. Leonard, pastor, with Rev. Frank Watson, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Elbert Wimbley was born March 15, 1926, in Bainbridge, Georgia. Mr. Wimbley will be missed by all who knew him. He fought a good fight and his course is now finished. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Mary Marie McClendon; mother, Henrietta Koonce; father; twin brother, Albert; and other family members. He leaves to cherish his memory: children, Mary Wimbley-Green, Patricia Wrmbley-Faulk, Elbert Wimbley, Jr. (Barbara), Mildred Wimbley-Russell (Rico), Althea Wimbley, Darrell A. Wimbley, Ronnie Wimbley, Barbara Wimbley-Wright (Calvin), and Richard Wimbley; brothers, Mitchell Harris (Ovida), and Henry Harris (Myrpice); sister-in-law, Inez Green; brother-in-law, Walter Grant; 38 grandchildren, Valerie Williams, Frederick Williams, Carolyn Williams, Deborah Mays, Harold Keebler, Tina Thomas, Delo Faulk, Jr., Nello Faulk, Amanda Faulk, LaTrena Wimbley, Bridgette Powell, Tasha Crawley, Jessica Wimbley, LaTonya Gregory, LaToya Gregory, Gilbert Gregory, Arthur Redick, Anthony Russell, Jr., Nekeyla Kinney, Corrina Bacon, Cerissa Wimbley, Monica Hatter, Myron Wrmbley, Lonnie Bell, Jr., Shaylonnie Bell, Kierra Wimbley, Keon Flournoy, Jarad Wimbley, Ronnie Ervin Wimbley, Jr., -Jerel Fussell, Islay Smith, Sierra Wimbley, Jennifer Alexander, Alexis Wimbley, Angel Wimbley, Artaybius Billingsley, Angela Billingsley, Calvon Wright and Calvoneisha Wright; 41 great grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren; many meces, nephews, cousins, friends and church friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, May 20, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MRS. JOSEPHINE AGATHA THOMAS POTTINGER A celebration of life service for Mrs. Josephine A. Thomas Pottinger, who passed away on May 9, 2011, in Jacksonville, North Carolina, will be held on Satur day, May 21, 2011, at 11 a.m. at St. James House Of Prayer Episcopal Church, 2708 N. Central Avenue, the Reverend Ernestein Flemister and the Reverend Victor Thomas, are the celebrants. The interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mrs. Josephine A. Thomas Pottinger was born in New Or leans, Louisiana, on January 29, 1922, the eldest of 9 children, to the late Reginald and Hilda Lewis Thomas, who were immigrants from Jamaica, West Indies. In 1926, the Thomas family moved to Tampa. Josephine attended various public schools in Tampa and in 1941, she graduated from Middleton High School. After high school, Josephine moved to New Jersey until 1991, when she returned to Tampa. In 2008, Josephine moved again to North Carolina, where she resided until her death. In 1957, she married Reginald Pottinger. She was a member of St. James House Of Prayer Episcopal Church. Josephine was employed by Conmor's Zipper Company in New Jersey for over thirty years. Josephine was the backbone of her family, being the oldest child called for lots of responsibility at a young age. Her father died in her early teens and her mother became gravely ill, so she took on the responsibility of taking care of her younger siblings. She did it because it was the right thing to do. She always helped her family. That was just "Josephine." On May 9, 2011, she was called to our Lord and Savior at the age of 89 years old. Josephine was preceded in death by: her husband, Reginald Pottinger; parents, Reginald and Hilda Thomas; her brothers, Victor and James Thomas; a sister, Lillie Thomas McCall; nephew, James, R. Thomas, Jr.; and niece, Valerie Waiters. She is survived by: five siblings, Marie Parham (Morris, deceased), Louise Waiters (Frank, deceased), Albert Thomas (Rachael, deceased), Timothy Thomas (Dorothy), and Eugene Thomas (Zanie Lou, deceased); three goddaughters, Eddie McCall Ford, Darlene Thomas Wright and Sophia McNeal Crittenden; nieces and nephews, Norma Reese, Eddie Mae Ford, Sandra Moody, Helen Starling, Anita Roberon Linda Sue Thomas, Doakes, Mozelle McDuffie, Frank Waiters, Jr., Albert Thomas, Jr., Richard Thomas, Victor Thomas, John Thomas, Edward McCall, Jr., REMEMBERING MA Ronald McCall, Morris Parham, Jr., Phyllis Cooper, Denise Parham, Linda McCarter, Eddie Parham, Stephanie Davis, Donna Powel, Tammy Waiters, Gail Taylor, Darlene Wright, Rhonda Carter, Cathy Da"is, Eugene Thomas, Jr., Karla Martin, Timothy R. Thomas and Erica Jordon; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The viewing will be held on Friday, May 20, 2011, from 5-7 p. m. The family will receive friends at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a. m. for the service on Saturday. A service of comfort by WASHINGTON FUNERAL CHAPEL, Plant City, FL. IN MEMORIAM CARLOS RENETO CUMMINGS 02 July 1986 -18 May1995 In our hearts and minds you are dearly missed. We love you, but God loved you best. "We love you." Grandmother, Vivian Guzman Norton; grandfather, Melvin Norton, Sr.; parents, Darryl and Andrea Cummings; brother, Darryl Cummings, Jr.; sisters. Evita Mitchell (Tarus) and Kalvina Cummings; aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. May is Stroke Awareness Montl1.. MRS. MARGARET MADDOX May19, 1998 Precious memories forever in our hearts. Love, the Maddox Family. REMEMBERING CARLOS ON MAY 18, 2011 AND AlWAYS CARLOS RENETO CUMMINGS July 2, 1986 -May 18, 1995 As Carlos entered the Valley of Paradise, his family's lives have changed forever. We.will always remember his ra-diant personality for the time we shared. 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Crime c Arrest Made In Hit-And-Run Accident Hitand-run victim, Penny Robinson, is hospitalized with serious injuries. On Tuesday night a woman was struck by a vehicle and the driver left the scene. Tampa report that Penny Robinson, 42, was crossing Florida Avenue just north of Floribraska when she was hit by a northbound vehicle that had the green light. A witness to the crash told police the driver fled after the accident, and another witness followed the suspect vehicle and called 9-1-1. That witness stayed on the line with police dispatch while MALCOLM FILMORE giving directions of travel. When they reached Sligh and Armenia, police moved in and the driver was arrested. The driver, identified as Malcolm Fillmore, 29 was hospitalized due to an existing medical condition, and will be charged in the incident. His vehicle was also impounded. Ms. Robinson was trans ported to a local hospital with serious injuries, but was reported to be in stable con dition. The accident is still being investigated. Voice of Our Community Speaking for I tself' 248-1921 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. Tne htr'ng of a lawyer 1s an Important dec1s1on that shoul d not be based solel y upon advert sements Before J'OU dectde ask us :o send you FREE ::r1tten 'nformatton about qualtflcattons anc exper:ence' DNA Evidence Helps Solve Murder ... charged with murder On March 3, 2011, Hills borough County Fire Rescue responded to a vehicle fire that was fully engulfed in flames The vehicle, a Nissan Pathfinder, was found in an orange grove 25 feet from the roadway in the 3000 block of West Sitka Street Firefighters extinguished the fire and discovered a body in the back of the SUV. He was later identified as Heriberto Cortes, 28. Detectives charged Jason Smith, 30, with first-degree murder, fraudulent use of a credit card, and grand theft auto. The positive identification of Cortes was made through fingerprints suspects Sought In Home Invasion, Robberv PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies assigned to the Robbery/Homicide Unit are investigating a horne inva sion/robbery in Seminole. Deputies responded to a call Tuesday morning on a report of an armed person at a resi dence in the 103rd block of 114th Terrace. When deputies arrived, they found a woman had been bound at the wrists and ankles inside the horne. The victim told detectives two men forced their way into her residence, ransacked the horne and tied her up. The suspects took items from the horne along with the victim's vehicle, a 4-door white 2oo8 Mercedes Benz C-300 with dark tinted windows and chrome rims, Florida Tag 674VVM. The suspects are described as a white male in his mid 40s 6 feet tall weighing 200 pounds, and a Black male in his late 30s to early 40s, 6 '2" to 6'4" tall, weighing 180 pounds. Second suspect Charged In 1\) 0 1\) 'Operation Dollar Dollar' MILO HARRIS On Monday, United States Marshals arrested a second suspect in connection with "Operation Dollar Dollar." Milo Harris, 31, was arrested at the request of the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office and charged with racketeering, conspiracy to commit racketeering, and conspiracy to traffic in oxy codone. The arrest of Harris was the result of a two-year long investigation that was conducted into suspected pill DR. JACINTA GILLIS mills in Pinellas and Lee Counties that were operated by Dr. Jacinta Gillis. Gillis was arrested April 28th for racketeering, con spiracy to commit racketeer ing, conspiracy to traffic in oxycodone, and money laun dering. According to investigators, Harris, an Office Manager, working primarily at the Pinellas County Clinic, assisted Dr. Gillis. The investigation is contin uing and more charges may be added at a later date. suspect Charged In Murder 01 Securitv Ofticer On Tuesday night, St. Petersburg Police Homicide Detectives found Bradley Bolden, 20, in the 1300 block of 66th Avenue, South and took him into custody charged with first-degree murder. Bolden was charged with the death of Security Guard Mathew Little. Detectives said after they brought Bolden to headquarters for an interview, he admitted committing the murder because of his dislike for security personnel and law enforcement in general. Earlier, detectives had received several tips indicat ing Bolden had committed the murder. He was later identified by a witness who saw him fleeing the apart-BRADLEY BOLDEN rnent complex after the shooting carrying two hand guns. Detectives are still trying to locate the murder weapon and Little's handgun at this time. UNCLE SANDY ., r 0 :!:! C/) m z ::::! z m r m c: r r m ::::! z "'tJ c: m r en ::J: m c m < m ::c -< -t c: m C/) c )> z c G) . When it's all said and done 5, 9, 10, 12 the only thmg m you need 14,19, 20, 22 to believe in is 25, 29, 30, 33 I yourself 40, 44, 49, 52. >

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0 N :: Tampa Bav Muslim Alliance Communitv Picnic c Th e Tampa Bay Mu s lim A lli a n ce h eld it s annua l C h a rit y 1:t Fes ti va l a t th e Riv erfront P a rk t o a huge, rec e ptiv e c r owd. Th e r e u.. wa s pl e n ty of foo d and l o t s of t oy s f o r the c hildr e n (Photos by
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George Edgecomb Bar Association law Week Banquet The George Edgecomb Bar Association Law W e ek Scholarship Banqu e t was held April 25, 2011 a t the downtown Hyatt Regency Hot el. Th e keynote spe a k e r was Tonya Lewis Lee, attorney, autho r film producer and wif e of film director Spike Lee. GEBA recognized Reverend Dr. Thomas Scott, p astor of 34th Street Church of God form e r Hillsborough County Commis sion er, former City Councilman and recent ma y oral candidat e as the Francisco Rodriguez Award recipient. The organization also recognized longtime Tampa attorney and civil rights leader, Attorney Delano Stewart as the Distin guished Award recipient. Program participants were: Attorneys Henry Gyden, Pres ident, George Edgecomb Bar Association; Sherilee Williams, Monica Williams, Norman Harris, Amy Farrior, Clara Rodriguez Roksuek, Christine Derr, Kamilah Perry, Fentrice Driskell, Jane Rose and Cory Person, and U.S. Representative Kathy Castor. Cory Person and Dawn Siler-Nixon were co-chairpersons of the Banquet Committee. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Keynote speaker, Tonya Lewis Lee, Esquire, and GEBA President, Henry Gyden, Esquire. The widow and daughter of the Honorable Judge George Edgecomb, Doretha Edgecomb and Allison Edgecomb. Distinguished Award recipient, Atty. Delano Stewart with the Honorable Judge Charlene Honeywell, left, and his daughter, Delsha Stewart. GEBA Officers: Attorneys Fentrice Driskell, tst Vice Cory Person, Parliamentarian; and Desiree Noisette, Secretary. Attys. Kaydell Wright-Douglas and Barbara Pittman. Atty. Patricia Dawson and the Honorable Judge Lisa Campbell. Hillsborough County Clerk of the Circuit Court, Pat Frank was also in attendance. Businessman Michael Reeves attended the banquet. Attorneys Barbara Twine-Thomas and Renee Lee. Among the guests in attendance were Tammy and Darryl Johnson

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Jack And Jill 01 America, Inc. Takes Children Around The World Through Reading Children from A Kid's Place, a group care center for abused children, enjoyed a trip around the world through a reading program sponsored by prospective members of the Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., who col lectively raised over soo books from the community to donate to the center's li brary. ber and reading program vol unteer. "Nothing warmed my heart more than seeing the excitement in the children's eyes as we took them 'travel ing around the world'!" com mented Trish Stephens, another prospective member and reading program volun teer. The exciting adventure began in China, where chil dren learned Chinese callig raphy and counting. They then danced the Samba in Brazil and ended the journey by playing musical instru ments from Kenya while viewing pictures of the native "The kids loved every minute of it," said Mary Berg, Resource Director for A Kid's Place. "We are enjoy ing the generous book dona tion! Today we had two brothers leave for permanent placement and they asked if they could take a few books with them. I was thrilled to offer them their choices." These prospective moms are: LaKisha Kinsey-Sallis, Erin Shell Anthony, Desiree Rivers, Kim McCants, Trish Stevens and Toni Richards-Rowley. ::t animals. The highlight of the C program was a reading from a: a diverse selection of books. LL 0 Each child carried a passport Z and earned a stamp for each Anthony, prospective mern a: w > w c w :I: 0 ::i m :::::1 a. z J= w ...J ...J :::::1 m ...J w z J= z w 0 <( c a: 0 ...J LL Each child received a col oring activity, goodie bag and one new book of their own to remember the day. "Because of the efforts of our prospective moms, these children have now been introduced to cultural differences of children in vil lages around the world through the "Reading Takes Join Us On: You Around the World" pro gram presented," com mented Tangela Dupree, President of the Greater Tampa Chapter. "I have no doubt that these efforts will awaken the hopes and aspi rations that only dreaming can spark in a child's mind after they have first been in troduced to something new and different." Mav24,2011 Tampa Park Plaza Conlerence Room Doors Open 5:15 Seminar Begins @ 5:45 MavIs h Blood Pressure Group Meets To Discuss Founding West Tampa Organization BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Last week, an informal meeting was held in West Tampa to discuss its future and what to do to bring in more businesses and help the area grow. The main point of interest was the Main Street corridor, and Dwight Bolden, who coordinated the meeting, said they want to establish an or ganization that will sei-ve as a voice in the West Tampa community "When you say West Tampa, you're talking about a very large area, stretching all the way to the runways at Tampa International Airport," said Bolden. "However, our primary in terest is on Main Street and doing whatever we can to re store it to its past splendor." Bolden said he believes there is a breakdown of com munication between the West Tampa community and gov ernment. Cedric McCray, Legisla tive Aide to City Councilman Frank Reddick, attended the meeting and said the overall theme was a discus sion to stimulate growth and development along Main Street. "Some business owners were present as well as repre sentatives from area churches. We talked about the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, and the need to have some thing similar in West Tampa. "It's going to be difficult, however, to get the funds needed for the various pro posed projects. The East Tampa group has Tax Increment Dollars (TIF) to .work with, and we don't have that in West Tampa." McCray said no mention was made of the West Tampa CDC, and none of its mem bers attended the meeting. Hillsborough County Branch NAACP !'resident, Dr. Carolyn Collins, at tended the meeting and said if you look at West Tampa, they still have a CDC. "I think funds need to be looked at equally throughout the city. We want to insure equity in West Tampa. "This was a meeting of the minds and very positive. I'm waiting for the next meeting, and I have no plans of being a part of a new organiZation. I think we need to pull what's there together and work with it. We must develop a funding source, and once that's done, we will see things changing in West Tampa." McCray and Dr. Collins both said there will be no help coming from other government sources when it comes to funds. They both said the government is undergoing budget constraints, and there's no extra dollars laying round. "There is a major void when discussions are made about the African American part of West Tampa," said Dr. Collins. "We're not even included in its history, and West Tampa is always seen from a Hispanic point ofview." Another meeting has been scheduled for Ju1,1e 8th, 8:30 a.m. at the Walter Smith Library on Cypress and Fre mont Streets.

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All About You Hauuv Binhdav CHRISTOPHER You' re the reason I live and breathe. I wish you the happiest birthday ever and I hope to see everyone on May the 21st to celebrate Chris' 5th birthday party. Love, Mommy. Haoov Binhdav MA Birthday wishes are being sent out to Doraine Smith, a.k.a., Yvette. Ma will be celebrating her day on May 21st at the building on Albany at 8 p. m. So, Come party with Ma, Betty Boop style. Love, family and friends and her 8 pack. Haoov Binhdav Eric And ERIC With Dad, ERIC Eric is the son of Eric and Tasha. His grandparents are Paul Smith, Vera Mae Fluker Smith, Eddie Fluker. Annie Ruth Butler Pasley and the late, Rebuen Lee Butler of Deland, FL. ZI'AIRE, DEANDRE, CHE-CHE, THEO AndJIT At 2 and terrible, born 5/23/09 to Ebony and Kel and the big brother to Miss Summer Bowers. He will be having a ball all week long. So, hail to the king!! I Hattv Binhdav 1 ROBERT, JR. And ROBERT, SR. Happy birthday, father and son. I Hattv Birthdav I ROBERT CLETHEN And LATERICA CLETHEN Happy birthday. From, father to his daughter. ShutUpil ZI'AIRE, DEANDRE And JIT Y'all know I'm having a bash, right? Yep!! When? 5/21/11 at Fair Oaks Rec Center at 3 p.m.! So, to my fans, come early for the live show and etc ... and believe that!!! Haoov Binhdav EDDIE And MARY RICHARDSON, JR. Love you, Mary. Happv Anniversarv EDDIE And MARY JiL .-:--_, 5/17/96-5/17/2011 ' G') :. m Ever since we said I do, I'm so glad we did. Happy anniver"' w sary. I a:J

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All About You Happy BOth Binhday SARAH JOHNSON >: Happy 8oth birthday to our loving mother (our Rock). We 0: love and adore you always. LL Your children, significant others and your grandchildren. c z cs: ffi Congratulations :::: 1-i;: w > w c w :r: en :::i m :::: ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::: m MARY GIBSON The River of Tampa Bay Bible College congratulates Mary Yulee Gibson. Graduation will be held on May 22, 2011, at 4 p. m. Reception shortly after grad uation Happv Binhdav, Peaches MYAJAMES It's hard to believe it's been 10 years already. We've watched you grow into our little lady. Enjoy your day, baby. Love you always, Sam and Nya. ERICK And JENNIFER Happy birthday, Erick and Jennifer! We love you! Inquiring Minds want To Know TANYE Ask yourself. What is tiuly a diva. Looking at this pic ture, you already know. Happy Binhday KELA, JERM.EESIA, JERMYAH And JA'KAYLA Happy birthday, Jermeesia. From, your little sisters, JaKayla and Jermyah, and your auntie, Kela. Happy Binhday JERMEESIA, JA'KAYLAAnd JERMYAH Happy birthday to our big sister, Jermeesia. Pen Pal JOHN EDWARDS NYC native seeking a female, age 25-45, with entrepreneur spirit and fun, who will appreciate realness and willing to explore the mind of an independent and productive man. Write to John Edwards, 26499-083, POB 1034 FCC USP2, Coleman, FL, 33521. Pen Pal DEANDRE WALLACE Seeking a homie, lover and a friend (pen pal). If you feel like the one, feel free to holler at me. If you can, send pictures as well. For more info write me at: Deandre Wallace, Reception Medical Center, P. 0. Box 628, Lake Butler, FL, 32054.

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Keli ious ;J St. Manhew M. B. Church Observes Pastor's 16th Anniversarv St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church recently celebrate d the 16th Anniversary of thei r pastor, Reverend W D. Sims. The guest church for the April 19th service was Greater St. Paul Missionary Institutional Baptist Church of Lakeland, Rev. Dr. N. S. Sanders Pastor. Rev. Ron Shipp presided over the program. Also on program were Rev. David Walker and wife, Patricia Walker, who escorted the hon ored couple, Gloria Casteel, and Beatrice Walker. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Rev. and Mrs. N. S. (Betty) Sanders of Greater St. :Paul, Lakeland, with the honorees, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. (Arsie) Sims. Deacon Gregory Taylor at the 16th anniversary celebration ofPastorW. D. Sims. A visiting deacon Valerie Johnson and CaSandra from St. Paul, Leroy '11 Members Willie and Debora rTaylor. 0 McCain. Roundtree. Ministers serVing with Rev. Sims: from left, Rev. Van Fletcher, Rev; Ronnie Shipp, Rev. David Walker, Minister Anthony Williams, Rev. William Leonard and Minister Timothy Stevens. ERT LEE JONES, JR. Anniversary Celebration 1he Church: God's Dwelling Place' L..unc;,.:o, ... ,,..,. :l,;j. q -:l,:l, Sunday Morning Service 11 A.M. Bible Study Thursdays 7:30 P.M. Contact 813-470-0063 For More Information 2:! c > en m z ::t z m r-Ill c: r r m ::t z ""0 c: ll'l !: en ::I: m c m < m ::D -< -1 c: m en c > z c '11 ::D c

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,... School Lesson A New Beginning John' s revelation of the things to come was great. The church and the people of God must realize that what they see now is not the end. God is going to triumph and has already triumphed over all things. There is an end to all evil and false prophets. Jesus. Upon Jesus depar ture He said to them that the Holy Ghost would come and dwell among them. In John's revelation he is in structed that in the new city, God Himself is going to be with His people and He shall be their God (vs. 3). In that new day God is going to be with you. It is not going to be about angels and the prophets; it is going to be the personal presence of God. John record in Revelations 21:1-8; 22-27tells of the awesome things that are to come. John writes that he saw a new heaven and a new earth: the first ones were passed away (vs. 1). When God gets ready to reveal the new things, the old things must be done away with. There are so many people C trying to wait for the end of If this physical world; what is c necessary is for them to be as Z John, in the spirit, to see the On this earth there is much crying and many tears being shed. But in that day, God is going to wipe all tears from the eyes of His people and there shall be no more death, sorrow, crying or pain (vs. 4). God is going to bring great relief of all things. In that great day, psycholo gists will become unem ployed, funeral homes will close down, and pharmacists will have no place. w c w :I: en ::J m ;:) a. z i= w ...J .;,, ;:) m ...J w z i= z w en
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Local Academv Of Excellence Preparing For June Commencement In June, the Academy of Excellence will be hosting their 2nd Commencement Ceremony at the C. Blythe Andrews Library. The Academy is in its second year of operation. "This is a dream come true," founder Angelica Norton says. "Being able to return to the community I grew up in and give back is really amazing." Angelica Norton and Ushanda Pauling operate Seed Sowing Sister, Inc. The organization is all about sowing seeds of knowledge. Seed Sowing Sister, Inc. currently contracts with DJJ, Hillsborough County Diversion, Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas and more, to provide programs and trainings SSS, Inc. is the umbrella for gender specific programs such as F.L.A.G and HE2, in addition to The Academy of Excellence. "This (2011) has been a great year for us," Ms. Pauling states. "We are expanding our brand by Left: founder, Angelica Norton and Right: Vice President, Ushanda Pauling. opening an Academy of Excellence in Plant City. The new site held orientation on Monday, April 25 and began classes on May 2, 2011. SSS, Inc. is partnering with Specialized Labor Services (SLS) to serve as the host site. The partnership with SLS will help con nect with the need in Plant City. Kimberly Kitchen and her brother, Angelo Murray grew up and have MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PMFamily Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6PM-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 raised their families in the area. They are the owners of SLS in Plant City. Mrs. Kitchen felt like she had to do something for the youth I young adults coming in looking for jobs with no high school diplomas. If you are interested in attending the Plant City site, spaces are limited, contact Mrs. Kitchen at 813-7544664. Both sites are in need of sponsors/donors to help with the graduation ceremony and student exam fees The Academy's main site at C. Blythe Andrews Library is projected to have 15 graduates. The Plant City site hopes to have an enrollment of 20 students. The goal is to assist every student in at least so% of their testing fees and 100% of the graduation ceremony (which includes cap and gown, and 2011 tassel). If you would like to reach SSS, Inc. please visit www .seedsowingsister .com seedsowingsister@gmail.co m or 813-842-6502. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship 5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office : (813) 677-1948 Pastor' s Office: (813) 672-0389 Academy Office : (813) 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Ma11: fbcopv@tampabay .rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30AM. & 10:55 A M 4:!!:!!fiil!ll!f) Sunday :45AM. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday11 A.M. Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youth/ Children 7:30P.M. Adult A Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growing The ChtJCh For Global Change (Acts 1:8. Rom. 1 :8, 1 Thes. 1 :8) Kan-Dance Studio Announces Summer Dance camp s: 1\) 0 Summer Dance Camp for Children ages 712 in th e Tampa Bay community. The camp will offer an extensive array of dance techniques and fitness training, performing arts, creative expressions, educationalfield trips, andfim. Kan Dance Studio (KDS) will offer an incredible "Dance Summer Camp." This camp is a great way for children from 7 to 12 to learn more about dance and the arts! This 9-week camp will feature different themes each week such as: Broadway Classics, Dances around the World, and Tributes to Dance Legends, just to name a few. The kids will learn cultural dances and technique in multiple dance forms such as Ballet, Hip Hop and Jazz. Also, they will learn about musical theater performances, learn creative expressions, create their own arts and craft related to dance, and take educational field trips; all while making new friends and having fun. The camp is designed to provide a platform for chilHERITAGE 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. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00 P.M. KANDACE NUNN .. Artistic Director dren to gain insight into the performing arts world, inspire learning and creativi-ty, and last but not least ... help fight against childhood obesity! 5 "The students will progress at a faster rate as they pre!2 pare for their continued training in the fall," stated en Artistic Director, Kandace Nunn. :::::! KDS will also offer summer Z dance technique classes rangJ!! ing from Ballet/Hip OJ Hop/Jazz/Pre-Dance for chilC: dren ages 3 17, and Zumba J= for adults. m Reserve a space at the Kan Dance Summer Dance Camp ""C by calling 813-985-5950 or c: email us info@kandancestuOJ dio.com. New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Pastor 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 Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers "I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me."-Ph,il 4: 13 :I: m c m < m c: m CJ) c )> z c c ST. MAlTHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stinatthewchurch.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 8:30 p.m. Praise & Worship Service Wed 8:30 -9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 78 : 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., W. D. SIMS, Pastor C) m ...... I OJ

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,... ,... ior T eac hing P astor a t First Baptist Church Of Pro g r ess Vill age, 8722 Pro g r ess Blvd . T a mpa 33619, (813) 6771948. gives priority for re s id e nt s o f the Greater Palm Rive r Com munity including Clair Mel Green Rid ge Estates, Palm River, P rogress Village and Sampson Park neighbor hoods. Marie Benson, Ebony Major, Johnny Lawton, Roy McCoy, Terell Wallace, Henry Sanders, Lydia McNeal and Beryl Wilson. 0 C\1 :aE c a: L1. May Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to these May celebrants : Sandra Lise, Bobby Wilson, Annie Laura Wilson, Vanessa Robinson, An thony Amos, Anthony Perry, Bernese Reese, Bryce Johnson, Carmena Gordon, Carol Copney, Charles Martin, Chesney Bivens, Christina Logan, Christine Phillips, Chris tine Stephens, Cierra Daniels, Crystal Carpen ter, Crystal Russell, Damion McCummings, David Everett, Dedra Jones, Dedrick Sanders, Dequan Major, Derek Webster, Dominique Beckles, Dwayne Sanders, Sr., Edna Wilk erson, Elaine Ervin, Eliz abeth McMillan, Eloise Griffin, Ericka Haywood, C Ervin Everett, Franchesta a: Price, Frank L. Moultrie, LL. Gabrielle Leon, Gerald C Hankerson, Gerald Ran dolph, Gina Dickerson, c UJ w ::::) 1w > w c w :I: UJ ::::; m ::::) D.. z ti ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z i= z w UJ C a: 0 ...J L1. m I CHURCH DIRECTORY THE HOLY PURCHASE SERVICE TIMES Sunday Sc:hool 1 0 A. M. Moming Service 1 1:30 A. M . Evning Service7 :30 P. M B i ble Sti.Jdv -Tuesday Evening Bible Band7:30 P. M Grace Pollonais, Harold Frazier, Ilder Jeannot, lvalita Woods, Jeffrey Powell and Johnny Law ton. Happy belated birthday to Bobby Wilson. On May 3rd he celebrated another natal day. May the Lord continue to bless you with many more birthdays! Sick And Shut-Ins The Lord will make a way: Archie Mae Wright, Veola Williams, Linda Parker Lee, Eloise Leeks, Dorothy Wilder. Phyllis Akes, Geneva Lucas, Mau rice Green, Chester "Gay Papa" Miles, Lucille Moore, Mildred Pollard, Inez Smith, Ashara Sakin, Diane Williams, Dea. Eli Rogers, Sis. Ann Drayton, Gwendola Small, Willie Mobley, Mozelle DeBose, Sabrina Porter, Ida Boykin, Rev. Isaiah Baity, Sr., Ben Plair, Sr., Vinnie Williams, Alice McCarty, NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 U,ltJ'".:'"" PaStor Weekly Activities Church SctJool 9:30 A-M MoniingWorsl:lip t0:4SA, M Bible 4 :30 P : M Evaning Worship . 5 P M Prayer 7 P : M Bible Study 7:30P . co w 0 lht1rsday Evening "YP\NW -7:30P.M. 1st And3 If Women's 7:30 P M. Sympathy Our extended condolences are sent to the Wilson family due to the passing of their loved one, Mr. Wade Wil son. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends and neighbors. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. I extend condolences to Mrs. Peggie Lise, family members and friends due to the passing of her sister, Dar lene Early of Sacramento, CA. St. James AME Church Of Progress Village News The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer Band meets each Thursday morning at 10:30 a. m. This is a group of God's children gathered to gether on one accord to learn the Word of the Father. Every one is invited to come and share. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Dr. Sam Maxwell is SenEarlyMorningWorship SAM. A.M. MomingWorship10:50 A M Bible Study, Wed. -7 P .M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED lllisler Sunday Bible Classes ............ 9 :15A.M. Moming WorshipSeniice ..... 10;30 A .M. J:vening Classes ........... 5:00 P.M. Evening Worship SerVice .... 6:00 P.M. Wl>ti,...,,n.,., Bible Classes . . 7:00 P.M. All Are Wel.come. Saturday, May ill, the men prepared and served Mother's Day Breakfast to the Mothers of the church. What a joyous display oflove for the moms! Spring Revival began Sun day, May 15, 2011, with Pas tor 0. Jermaine Simmons of Jacob Chapel Freewill Bap tist Church in Tallahassee, preaching both 7=30 a. m. and 11 a. m. services. The Revival continued Monday, 5/16 through Wednesday, 5/18, at 7 p. m. nightly. Everyone who at tended was blessed! Congratulations, HCC South Shore Campus 381 h Annual Student Excel lence Awards Honor goes to Ms. Samaria Wright. Samaria received a certifi cate for Recognition of Out standing Service as Student Ambassador. Samaria is the daughter of Ms. Sherrina Ford and Dr. Samuel Wright, Sr. We are proud of you Samaria, con tinue to shine in excellence!! Upcoming Events Palm River Point, CDC SUDdav SCheal'-----For more information or a Calendar of Events call (813) 628-9179. Monthly Commu nity Meetings are held the last Tuesday of the month at 6 p. m. at 7454 Palm River Rd., Tampa. Correction: In the Recogni tion Award, The Successful Special Event was the 501h Anniversary of Progress Village, not Mrs. Linda Washington. Mrs. Washington is the President of the Civic Council. F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 7419760. Let's keep President Barack Obama and his fam ily 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 for tunate than we are Let's pray for the victims of natural disaster around the world. Call your news into Gloria McNair at (813) 928-5293. llarnlng warshiP.------.............. 11 am. Praver service, TUesdav ......... 1 pJD. AWaia BUd SIUdV. TUesdav -t:at lUll Bible StuiiJ, TUeslfav.----------7 p.m. cc,=:.=.::r..r.:r ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E 25th AvennueJampa, FL df.34fh St. & 25th Ph()ne: (813J248-373TOr(S.13) Fax : Sunclay: Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkllk, Sr. -Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIPSCHEQULE 8:00A.M. $piritual Enric.hme.nt A.M. Sonday SchOOIIQrientatiQn 10:45 Worship Service. (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/BibleStudy Wednesday: 5:30P.M. Free Tutorial . . . 6:45 P M Adult & Youth Mid Week-Service EmaiiUsAt: stjministries @aol.com Mission Statement: ':4 Church of the innercity reachingout tO. the qcmmunity py ministering to the whole man" OUtreach Ministry: NOAHCOMMUNITY, INCJ HOLSEOF LYOiA

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Religious Event Total Praise Gospel Dance Ministrv Hosts Program Recently, Total Praise Gospel Dance Ministry presented for the community on April 23rd, at the University Area Community De velopment Center, 14013 N. 22nd Street. The program was entitled "Even Me, So Unworthy But Yet He Still Uses Me." Those in attendance enjoyed the program. They also helped the organization celebrate its 7 yea rs in the ministry (Photogr a phy by Toby Scott). Some of the program attendants responsible for presenting "Even Me, So Unworthy But Yet He Still Uses Me" shown on-the front row are: Jessica Harris, Keren Baptiste, the Advisor, Simmone Cox, Tanesh. Smith, founder of the program, and Stephanie Estimable. Courtney Riggins, Erica Baskerville, Vi coria Hayes, and Jenny J are on the back row. VICTORIA HAYES Minister Renard Edwards, of New Dawn Restoration Center, sang "I Give Myself Away." Elder George Zeigler, of Greater Faith Outreach Cen ter, and D'andra Wood attended the event. JANICE PEREZ-RIVERA -------------------------' ST. LUKE MISSIONARY I BAPTIST CHURCH ROD CARTER CoAnchor of News Channel 8 Today Member of Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, Tampa 106 S. Warnell St. Plant City (33563) ELDER LARRY SYKES, Pastor A Night Of Praise To Our Greatest Mentor "Jesus Christ" Saturday, May 21, 2011 Reception 6 P.M. Banquet Program 7 P.M. Ticket Price $30.00 Please Call: (813) 752-4672 or 752-4992 For More Information Trer Temple Unhed Methodist Church 3303 N. 15th Street Tampa, FL 33605 Rev. Geraldine Christ9pher, Pastor Rev. Tony White of Bible-Based Fellowship, Carrollwood will be the Guest Speaker Theme; Faithfully Preparing For Our Journey "T1 r-0 :::rJ c l> CJ) m z :::! z m r-IIJ c: r r m :::! z "'tJ c: IIJ r-c;; J: m c m < m -1 c: m CJ) c l> z c "T1 :::rJ c

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Local c Edgecomb Bar Association Holds legal Redress Workshop >=' On Saturday, April 3oth, the George Edgecomb Bar Association, in conjunction with Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, held a free Legal Redress Workshop. The event took place at Springhill M. B. Church, 8199 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. a: Some of the topics discussed included Criminal Law, Employment Discrimination, Property and Foreclosure, Family Law, Personal Injury, ProSe (representing LL yourself), and Small Claims. (Photographs by Toby Scott). m I 0 .,... HENRY G. GYDEN Attorney Theresa JeanPierre Coy explained the difference between expunging or sealing criminal records. WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 Plus Costs) Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal .. Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Pa)ment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Bwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Fonner Hillsborough Coun):y Prosecutor-Deputy Chief ''CALL RICKY'' "ASK RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY r---------------------l i ( 813) __ Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.comAvailable 24 FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS Alec Hall Esq., of the Federal Public Defender's Office, talked about complying with officers during traffic stops. KAMILAH PERRY Employment Litigation Attorney MONICA WILLIAMS Employment Litigation Attorney PASTOR TIMOTHY J. KEMP ... of Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Church Rev. Eugene Garnett, Senior Pastor, and Rev. Willie Sheppard, Assistant Pastor of Springhill Missionary Church, hosted the event. Claude Siler-Nixon, owner of Catered 2 U, provided lunch for the event. ANDREA N. THOMPSON G.E.B.A. Volunteer 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW I DESMOND WILLIAMS ... intensely listening to the advice Subscribe TodaY!

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Local Securitv Companv CEO Complains 01 Harassment To His Stan BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Drew Park area is full of commercial busi nesses and a lot of resi dences. It also has become a favorite location for many of the city's adult entertainment businesses. In 2008, Hillsborough Community College purchased a large piece of land west of its Dale Mabry cam pus, and that site became known as Hawks Landing. A sec).lrity company, Allegiance security, was contracted by HCC to provide security for the residence of Hawks Landing. After stu dents complained about the activities of that company, Sable One Security was hired. Michael Hadley, CEO of Sable One Security, said the staff members he placed at Hawks Landing immedi ately started pointing out problems at the complex, and had documentation as well as photos of some of the problems. "We presented all of this to the Public Safety Office at HCC, and nothing was done," said Hadley. "As a matter of fact, instead of recognizing the problem, my staff members were getting harassed by public safety representa tives from the school." Hadley said he followed the "chain Of command" in addressing the problem, all the way up to HCC Presi dent, Dr. Ken Atwater. "I have no re sponse from anyone at HCC. I still have a contract, but I know that's being MICHAEL HADLEY ... Owner of Sable One Security DR. KEN ATWATER .. President of HCC threatened due to the com plaints I've made and their refusal to document fraudu lent incidents." Hadley said his staff has documented incidents of widespread drug activity, burglaries, robberies, and other unlawful acts at the complex. "We've provided their public safety office with pic tures, incident logs, and po lice calls to the complex. Still, nothing has been done to correct any of the prob lems. "I'm going on record as saying I think their treatment of my staff has been unprofessional. Their lack Allegations have been of interest also threatens the integrity of my company and I won't stand for that. "We aren't terminating the contract, but cutting back on the services. Our re pmt on Hawks Landing in dicates there is a need to reduce his services. We've also implemented some of his suggestions 1\) made by Mr. Hadley, and Dr. Atwater said he will be recommending to the board that the services provide by Sable One Secu rity be reduced. we will look into it and N make a decision. The decilman luxury BronzlnQ Powder, Luxury Pressed Powder or Oil Blottlnq Powder s.le Thun. 5119 thr u SaL Sl2tltl sian to reduce his services has some bearing on the is sues concerning Hawks Landing. Creme of Nature Argan Oil Relaxer Kit Waminq: Follow directions carefully to avoid skin and scalp irritation, hair breakaqe injury. SALE Creme of Nature Argan Oil Hair Styling 4 to 4.8oz. 499 SALE Creme of Nature Argan Oft Hair Styling 7 to 11.25 oz. SALE Africa's Best Men's and Women's Orqank Hair Carl lfMtiiiF FolloW dhctloas UlrM/y to Mid l*il Md krhliol, Nit llrNU9t-"' fl;lly. .. ............... lrilll.._ ... *llll"'*lnllr ... Clll-t00-WAI.GRSIS{f.t()O.IIS-4733jfol.ht wlllil ... _.. ce't ... elwillliocllllft-.sl,... M ..... IIILWN.GIIBICO.,}Off,allllfill,....... "TT r-0 lJ c )> CJ) m z ::::! z m r-m c: r r m ::::! z ""D c: m r-(i) ::I: m c m < m lJ -< -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c "TT 2:! c ..... ..... I m

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National Pres. Obama Tells Memphis Students Their Success Inspires President Barack Obama speaks to graduates before he delivers the commencement address at the Booker T. Washington High School graduation at Cook Convention Center in Memphis, Tenn., Monday, May 16, 2011. MEMPHIS, Tenn. Rewarded with the president of the United States as their commencement speaker, the graduating seniors at Booker T. Washington High School got the same advice a young President Barack Obama once got himself: Keep push ing. "You' ve always been under dogs," the president told the c heering students clad in g r ee n a nd yellow gow ns from a sch o ol wh e r e a c ademic s cores a nd gr adua tion rate s h a v e soared despite tough cond i tion s in th e communit y "Nobody s h ande d you a thing But that al s o m eans th a t whatever you accomplish in your life, you' ll have earned it," Pres. Obama said The high s chool won a national competition, and Pres. Obama's presence, thanks to its hard-fought academic turnaround. The school is in a gritty south Memphis community where many of its students live in tough neighborhoods beset by crime, drug addiction, teenage pregnancy and untreated mental illness. A majority of the students are poor, and some are homeless. Pres. Obama told the smiling seniors: "You've shown more grit and determination in your childhoods than a lot of adults ever will." CNN's Don Lemon savs He's GavIn New Memoir Don Lemon, a weekend anchor on CNN Newsroom, has a highly personal memoir coming out next month. It's called Transparent, and it will reveal, among other things, that Lemon is gay and suf fered sexual abuse as a child Lemon hasn't kept his sex uality a secret; his colleagues at CNN have long known that he's gay But as he recently revealed, he thinks the news will surprise a lot of peopleand he' s aware that "going public in his book carries cer tain risks. ''I'm scared, I'm talking about something that people might shun me for, ostracize me for." Maybe. But so far, at least, people seem to be rallying around Lemon. DON LEMON The Times notes that he has been assured of support by CNN "-the network has already booked him as a guest on Monday's edition of CNN Newsroom, and he'll be on The Joy Behar Show on sister network HLN this week. Couple Arrested For Stashing Meat In Their Pants DANBEALAnd BRIDGETTE PUGH OKLAHOMA Police in Chickasha, Oklahoma are working an unusual case after a rash of meat thefts from area grocery stores. According to the police, 39year-old Dan Beal was hiding meat they say he had stolen in his pants. Authorities sa y s tore securi ty was keeping a clos e eye on Beal and his comp a nion 42-year-old Bridgette Pugh, after the two entere d the store for the third time that day. They believ e the duo has b een shoplifting for some tim e and were often wearing the s ame clothes each instance Investigators say Pugh managed to stuff several rib. eye ste aks inside her purse. Beal denie d stealing anything, but police say Pugh ratted him out. :!:! c Hate Crime Charges In Md. McDonald's Beating TOWSON, Md. A g r a nd jury has indict e d two t ee n s o n hate crime c harges in the beating of a tra nsgende r woma n a t a McDonald' s r estaura nt t h a t w a s c au g ht o n vid eo. The indictment returne d M onday b y a B altimo r e County grand jury charge s Teonna Brown with ass a ult Fr.h Broccoli Crowns 88f and a h a t e crime in the attack on Chrissy Lee Polis last month. She is a l s o charge d with as sa ultin g a cu s t o m e r and a McDonald' s TEONNA MONAE BROWN v e ne. A 14yea ro ld girl is f ac in g 1\) th e s a m e c h a r ges in juve nil e 0 oourt. A vid eota p e of th e A p ri l 18 -" -" b ea tin g post e d o nlin e s how s a emplo yee who tri e d to inte rw o m a n b eing attac ked r e p eatedly w hil e a n e mpl oyee and cus t o m e r try t o s t o p the m. The woman the n a pp e ars t o h ave a se i z ure. MEGA SUPERMARKET .f407 N. NMraka Av. T.mp, FL Phone (813) 237-6871 Del Prado Nectar Juice FAMILY BUNDLE #1 3 lbs. Ground Beef (Came Molida De Res) 3 lbs. End Cut Pork Chops (Chuleta De Punta) 3 lbs. Beef Sirfoin stealls (Biste De Palomia) Jibs. Chicken Wings (Alias De Polio) 6 lbs. Chicken Leg Quarters (Muslo De Polio Con CUentro) 1 FREE (Gratis) 1/2 Gallon s3499 of Milk. FAMILY BUNDLE #2 5 lbs Ground Beef (Came Mollda De Res) Sibs. Beef Sirloin SteaJ!sJBiste De Palomla) 5 lbs. End Cut Pork ChoJti'I(Chuleta De Punta) 5 lbs ChldsCIIIientw) s Lbs. a..r s(came"""' Gulsul 5 lbo. Ground Beef (Come MoUda De Res) 3 lbs. Beef Oxlalls (Rallo De Res) 5 U... End Cut l'orl< Chops (CitU!fl>l De Punta) 10 lbs. ChlckAm Leg Quarters (Musto De Polio Con CUenfl:o) ... $8599 FREE !Gratis) f/2 Gallon of O"'nge Juice l 3 IIi; ._..., M orin& & f Loaf a..ad ..,.._ lfll ...a. w I m

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Health :c Steps To Ultimate Eve Health Nutrition us. ADHD Tricks For Instant Energv s: Regular checkups should be on a yearly basis, starting at age 5. African-Americans over 40 should check with their doctor about more fre quent visits because of an in creased risk for glaucoma. Sunglasses aren't the only protective eyewear you can depend on. A wide brimmed hat is also great. If you wear contacts be sure to have a pair of glasses on hand in case of any irrita tion. Also, make sure you care for the lenses properly. Eating green leafy veg gies like collard and mustard greens, and spinach are good for the eyes because they contain lut e in which can re verse symp t oms of macular deg e n e ration. Lubric a te your eyes be cause they get dryer as you age. Also, heat and air condi tioning can cause dry eyes, especially if you sit near a vent or fan unit Be sure your car vents aren't blowing to ward your face. Need another reason to quit smoking? Smoking in creases the risk and acceler ates the development of cataracts, macular degenera tion and optic nerve damage. Eye Strain is caused by any work that involves a great deal of focus where you may not blink frequently. A lot of computer work and in ternet surfing can take a toll. It's always good to take a break or change focus. Artifi cial tears can help with eye strain by lubricating the eyes to help you work longer. Remember eye problems are often hereditary. Exercise increases circu lation and lowers pressure on the eyes and help those who have glaucoma. Board Certified, Internal Medicine is now at CTM Healthcare Internal Medicine Clinic Delivery Compassionate Thoughtful Meticulous Adul t Medicial Care Accepting many insurances including: Humana Commercial, Humana Gold Plus and Medicare. located at 5503 E. Busch Blvd. (SW Comer of Busch & 56th) Take Car'!, Of Your, Feet... . 1hey Have 1o Last A Lifetzme! Sheehy Ankle & Foot Center Medicine And Surgery Of 111c Foot, Ankle & Sports Medicine Wound Care Pcrsonallnju.ry & Bunions Accident Treatment PAULL. SHEEHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A. Board Certified Academy Of Ambulato1y Foot & Ankl e Surgery Th e artificial d yes in food affect some c hildren espe cially children with ADHD or other behavior challenges. The best option is to use organic foods, which don t use such subst a nces. In addition to organic foods, other supplements can help children with ADHD. Essential Fatty Acids are needed for brain develop ment and function. Omega 3s may improve attention and behavior. These can be found in cold water fish like salmon or with fish oil supplements. Vitamin B6 and Magnesium significantly re duces hyperactivity and aggressiveness in children. Wake Up -Aim for 30 minutes of light as early as possible every morning, even on a Saturday If your sched ule forces you to wake up while it's still dark outside, crank up the indoor lights. Eat-Keep your daily in take of healthy carbs below 150 grams: 5 servings of veg etables; 2 servings of fruit; ).> and 3-4 servings of whole grain carboh y drates such as bread, rice, pasta, and cereal. Drink Coffee -Caffeine g blocks the effects of adeno...... sine, a sleep-inducing brain chemical. Having 1/2-1 cup of coffee during in afternoon, will keep you energized. Relieve Your Stress -Meditation can decrease the stress hormones that tenses your muscles and constrict your blood vessels. It in creases endorphins too. Revitalize Your Day -Step outside into revitalizing sunlight for a short walk. If you can't get outside, plant yourself next to a window, open the shades wide, and look out. c: tD c en :t: m c m < m -f c: m en c :J> z c :c c

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For Your Info N 0 C\1 :2 >=' <( c a: LL What is Annual Percentage Rate IAPRJ ; c a: LL c z <( c (J) w :J 1w > w c w :J Ill :J 0.. z i= w ...J ...J Annual Percentage Rate (APR): a n intere s t r a t e that reflect s the c ost of a mort g ag e a s a y e a rl y rate ; tak e s into a ccount an y points and fees and is based on the loan going to its full term. Ask Deanna! Is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based subjects! Dear Deanna! I'm at a point where I must decide on going back to a popular college or staying at home and going to a local school. I'm in this dilemma because I went away to school to play basketball, but then I got injured Now I'm a junior and my parents feel I should return and get my de gree. I feel that will take longer and there is no point to be so far from home. I want to go back, but am afraid that I will be miserable since I am not playing. Confused Young Female On-Line Reader Dear Confused: :J The decision in this case rests upon the shoulders of W the who is paying for the z i= z w (J) <( c a: 0 ...J LL Ill I CX) .... ALL Mortgage Questions May Be Mailed To: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 college tuition. If your par ents are paying the note then you don't have a choice but to go with the flow. How ever if this is a joint financial decision, then you can take the lead and go where you want to go. You're correct in wanting to go to a local school because it would be easier and you won't get depressed watching your friends play basketball while you sit on the sidelines. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeanna1@-yahoo.com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Website: www.askdeanna.com. Ask Deanna! can be heard every Sunday on KTYM AM 1460 at 3:oopm in Los Angeles, CA. Business Networking "It' s not what you know, but who you know." Empowered greetings. If you are a small business owner or independent pro fessional you must consider making business networking a part of your strategic mar keting plan. Business networking is the act of connecting with other people for the purpose of creating and developing business relationships that provide reciprocal benefits for all parties involved. Busi ness networking gives you th e opportunity to increa se s a l e contacts or lead s bas e d on face-to-face introductions or referrals. The premise of busines s networking is that the busi ness relationships you forge will have a positive impact on your business revenue either immediately or over time. These business relationships should provide for a mutual exchange of ideas, informa tion and support. You should be marketing for others and they should be marketing for you. Thus you have a give and take, win-win situation. Here are a few quick tips The Good, The Bad And The Ugtv: An Overview Of Three Pieces Of Pending Federal legislation Many of you have con tacted us in the past few months requesting informa tion on any new legislation that has been introduced at the federal level during 2011. What follows is an analysis of such legislation. Each year, and 2011 will be no different, thousands of new bills are of fered i:n. the United States Congress. These bills range from a myriad of topics from defense spending to entitle ment programs. Most end by dying in committee or failing to gain enough votes to be come law In order for a bill to become law, for those of you too young to remember the lessons from our Satur day morning cartoons, both the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate must pass the bill and then the President must sign the bill into law. It is a tough haul on an uphill road. FYI This year there have been several bills introduced that deal with the area of federal criminal law. What follows is an overview and analysis of the most relevant bills. PART I On January 7, 2011, Sheila Jackson Lee intro duced H.R. 223, The Fed eral Prison Bureau Nonviolent Offender Relief Act of 2011". If passed, H.R. 223, "The Federal Prison Bu reau Nonviolent Offender Relief Act of 2011," would di rect the Bureau of Prisons to release individuals from prison who have served 50 percent or more of their sen tence if that prisoner: (1) is 45 years of age or older; (2) has never been convicted of a crime of violence; and (3) has not engaged in any violation, involving violent conduct, of institutional d i sciplinary reg ulations. The bill is intended for business n e tworking. 1. Listen to und e rst a nd your prospects probl e m s D e t e rmine if y our s e r vice ca n a s sist the m with their n e eds. If y ou can t help the m con n e ct them with s om e on e who c a n Help oth e rs and they will help y ou. 2. Be prepared when networking. Know wh a t y ou want and whom y ou want it from. You should be clear about how others can benefit y ou. 3 Follow up on any support you render or re ceive. 4 Always be a positive influence and carry your self professionally. Act with a code of ethics and standards. Business networking is about building relationships. If you build relationships you will build your business and your bottom line. to reduce overcrowding in federal prisons and give those nonviolent offenders over the age of 45 a second chance H .R. 223 was referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security on January 24, 2011. There is no companion bill in the Senate and the bill is not currently scheduled for con sideration by the House Judiciary Committee. OUR VIEW: Obviously this is a great bill that could positively affect the sentence of thousands of federal in mates. Criminal Defense Attorneys Mark J. O'Brien, Esquire and T. Federico Bower, Esquire, both former Miami prosecu tors, handle exclusively federal criminal defense cases, select state criminal defense cases and select federal and .state criminal appeals. They invite your criminal law questions by submitting an online inquiry to their website at www.obrienbower.com or contacting them via mail at 511 West Bay Street, Suite 330, Tampa, Florida 33606or by phone at (813) 250-3533 Free Grant Writing Workshop Planned The National Institute for Strategic and Tactical Planning will host a free professional grant writing workshop on Friday, May 27, 2011, from 2:30p.m., to 3:30p.m., at the West Tampa Library, 2312 West Union Street. For more information, contact Michael Randolph at (813) 857-7657. Seating is limited; mail us at wefindgrants@aol.com or mikeconsultant@gmail.com to confirm a seat and to attain an invitation and workshop packet. No one will be a dmitted without an invitation.

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MAYOR GOW B. FIELDS City of Lakeland Lakeland Mayor's Prayer Breakfast Held In celebration of the National Day of Prayer, on May 5th, The Citrus Center Kiwanis Club and Mayor Gow B. Fields sponsored the 14th Annual Lakeland Mayor's Prayer Breakfast at The Lakeland Center. Kathryn Koch, President of the Citrus Center Kiwanis Club extended a warm wel come to the guests. The Invocation was given by Father Matthew Mello of Resurrection Catholic Church. The George Jenkins High School's Jr. ROTC Color Guard executed the Presentation of Colors. The talented Harrison Chamber Singers of the Harrison Center School for the Arts sang the National Anthem and rendered special music directed by Judy McLarren. The introduction of Mayor Fields was given by Eric Hines, Chairman of the Lakeland National Day of Prayer Breakfast. Mayor Fields rendered Words of Welcome to the guests. The speaker of the hour, Justin N. Fennell, was introduced by Ms. Koch. At the conclusion of the breakfast, Pastor Brett Rickey of Highland Park Church of the Nazarene gave the Benediction. The event was well attended by a blend of citizens, businessmen/women, dignitaries and City officials. Platinum sponsors of the event were: GentryMorrison Funeral Home and Lighthouse Ministries Thrift Stores; Gold sponsors were: Florida Southern College, Highland Park Church of the Nazarene, Lakeland Chamber of Commerce, Ovations Food Services at the Lakeland Center and Southeastern University; Silver sponsors: AMEC-BCI Engineers and Scientists, Mary and Hunt Berryman, Clark, Campbell, Mawhinney & Lancaster PA, Hudson Pump, Republic Services, St. Paul Lutheran Church & School and TECO /Peoples Gas. 2010 Polk County High School Graduations Scheduled The high schools of Polk County are gearing up for graduation. Some of the scheduled ceremonies are as follows: Auburndale High School, June 4, 2011, 9 a.m., Auburndale High School/Bruce Canova Stadium; Bartow High School -June 4, 2011, 7:30 p .m., at-The Lakeland Center; Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School, June 4, 2011, 3:30 p.m., at the Polk State College Health CenterWinter Haven Campus; Fort Meade Middle-Senior High School, June 3, 2010, 7:30 p.m., in the Gymnasium; Lakeland High School, June 6, 2011, 8 p.m. at The Lakeland Center; Teneroc High School, June 7, 2011, 4:30 p.m. at The Lakeland Center and Winter Haven High School, June 9, 2011, 8 p.m. at the Denison Memorial Stadium. Women's Missionary Society Plans Gala The West Coast Conference Women's Missionary Society (WMS) is planning "An Evening of Elegance Among the Stars" at the Marriott (Tampa Westshore) Hotel on Saturday, June 11, 2011, at 6 p.m. The Gala Affair is for mal and an evening of great food, fellowship and fun. The entertainment will be provided by Derek Smith and SKD entertainment. Also, several community citizens will be honored for their impact and sustained commitment to making their community a better place. These individuals have demonstrated leadership, extraordinary enthusiasm and integrity to help others through selfless giving. For further information contact Sandra Williams at (813) 254-2465 or via e-mail: skw33@verizon.net or any member of the WMS at African Methodist Episcopal Church in Lakeland, Tampa or St. Petersburg areas. Birthday Greetings Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a Happy Birthday to Khyla Faison of Plant City, as she celebrates her birthday on May 26th; Quionna Wilkerson of Plant City, (currently a student at Bethune-Cookman College) and to Minister Ricky Brown of Tampa, as they celebrate their natal day on May 27th. Belated Happy Birthday wishes to Erick Custodio who celebrated another birthday on May 17th and Jennifer Liceaga-Lopez who celebrated her special day on May 19th. May the Lord continue to bless each of you many more birthdays! ShawNuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes to Eric Konkol-Bennett of Bartow High School, Kurt Lambert of Lakeland's Harrison School for the Arts and Brant Snell of Lakeland's George Jenkins High School. These three young men were honored during the recent Polk County School Board meet ing for 13 Years Of Perfect School Attendance. No absences! Wow! Congratulations, Eric, Kurt and Brant on your awesome school attendance records! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share excit ing news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, graduations, birthdays, anniversaries, wed di'll'gs, family reunions, church or community events, etc., with the reader ship of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Sha..w-Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk z 'Become A Teacher' Information Sessions Planned During a two-day period next week, the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence (ABCTE) will visit Lakeland and Winter Haven to host free, live information sessions about its online teaching cer tification program The information sessions will include a 45 minute to one hour-long introduction to the program and offer an opportunity to have questions answered in-person by mem bers of the ABCTE staff. The American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence is a non,-profit organization that offers an innovative teacher preparation and certification program for highly knowledge able individuals who want to change careers and become teachers. Certification through ABCTE is an accepted route to teaching in Florida and ten other states. More than 3,100 new potential teachers have been certified through the program. Candidates for ABCTE cer tification must hold a bachelor's degree in any subject area, pass a .background check, an examination in teaching knowledge, and an examination in the subject area they want to teach. Candidates are not required to take additional college courses in order to earn a teaching certificate. The first session will be held on Wednesday, May 25th, beginning at 6 p.m., the first session will take place at the Lakeland Hotel & Conference Center, 3260 U S. Highway 98 N, Lakeland, FL33805. The second session will begin at 6 p.m., on Thursday, May 26th, at the Holiday Inn, 200 Cypress Gardens Blvd., Winter Haven, FL 33800. :-a To register for an upcoming :1> event visit the ABCTE web site at: http://www.ahcte.org" /teach/events cp m

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..... ..... 0 C\1 0 C\1 :?: c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c en w 1w > w c w :::1: en :::i m ll. z j::: w _, _, m _, w z j::: z w en a: 0 ...J u. m I 0 C\1 w CJ II HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will r eceive sealed bids and / or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened JUNE 3, 2011 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0157-0-2011/JW EXERCISE EQUIPMENT * ** Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the bas i s of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602 (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours. TAMPA-HILLSBORO UGH COUNTY EXPRESSWAY AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) DOCUMENT NUMBER 0-04411 STRADDLE BENT POWER WASHING & MAINTENANCE PROJECT THEA PROJECT NO. 0-12-04411 The Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway Authority (THEA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors interested in pro viding THEA with labor materials ahd equipment for power wash ing and maintenance of straddle bents. The general scope for this project consists of the pressure washing drying, crack sealing and application of a texture coating to all horizontal and vert i cal faces of thirteen (13) straddle bent beams. The work includes floating the beam tops to level and crown where necessary and providing maintenance of traffic during all work. All wqrk is located in Hillsborough County, Florida, (the "project"). A Pre-Bid Conference will be held Thursday, May 26, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. in the THEA Board Room on the first floor of the Transportation Management Center located at 1104 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602. Prospective bidders are encouraged to attend. The ITS is available through a link on THEA's website (www tampa-xway.com) and the DemandStar System (www.demandstar.com). Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the THEA, 1104 East Twiggs Street, Suite 300, 3rd Floor, Tampa, FL 33602. Sealed bids are due by Friday, June 17, 2011, 2:00 p.m. at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud Firms failing to submitthe required ITS Documents as outlined on Form 81 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITS. THEA strongly encourages the solicitation and utilization of SSE firms and requires nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, sex and nat i onal origin in its employment and contracting practices. THEA will consider SSE participation when evaluating the bids. Questions concerning this ITS should be directed to Amber Milburn, THEA's Procurement Manager by e-mail at amber@tampa-xway.com. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: SS-P-0153-0-2011/JM Purchase of CAMS Embedded GIS Viewer and Upgrade with TBE Group, Inc. For the Public Utili t ies Department Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase agreement for the purchase of CAMS Embedded Viewer and Upgrade to TBE Group Inc i n the amount of $58,633.00 This procurement is considered a sole source due to TBE Group, Inc being the creator of the embedded viewer which is exclusively used with CAMS. Contractors who believe they can meet or exceed the above stat ed requirement must provide convincing technical data sufficient to support their posit ion. The Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on 5/27/11. After this date an award will be made. Responses to this notice will be used to determine whether bona fide competition exists. Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., County Center, 18th Floor, Tampa, Florida, 33601, Attention Jock McGiathery, or FAX to (813) For further information call (813) 272-5790. II EMPLOYMENT Nail Tech Wanted $250.00/Weekly Pay Call Mattie's Natural Hair Care (239) 810-5894 Who Wants To Make Money Teachers Especially VIP!! Make Money PIT (PT Is Optional If It Fits) From Home Paid Weekly Start Today 813.389.0860 Two Hair Stylists Needed For The Nail Gallery 322 W. Hillsborough Ave. Booth Rental Preferred Contact Dallas (813) 493-0099 Designs of Elegance Barber Shop 6902 S. Westshore Blvd. Now Hiring License Barbers Call Andre (813) 805-2575 Or (813) 766-3574 (Cell) Church Secretary Responsibilities: Assists the Pastor in routine clerical tasks, as need arises. Manage and maintain office supplies Routine office skills organizing papers filing, etc Basic computer skills including organizing files and performing backup (e.g. to CDROM or flashcard). Maintain database of contact information for members and friends. Perform routine back-up of computer files. Document preparation skills (familiar with MS WORD word-processing software, basics of file organization, printing, email, etc.) Able to travel to Post Office to send and collect maiL Responsible of all communications (phone, letters, e-mail and meeting reminders) Assists in maintaining the Church's Calendar of events. Education and Experience: High school diploma with at least 2 years of office experience. Some familiarity with church operations Characteristics: Capable of working independently with minimal supervision. Must maintain a cordial, professional relationship with others, keeping a pleasant demeanor at all times, including when on the phone Works effectively with bther church personnel, and especially the Pastor. Capable of maintaioing confidentiality of privileged information Relationship with Church: No specific litmus test of beliefs, but must be willing to conduct self in a manner consistent with us our non-discrimination and inclusiveness policies. Please email your resume to lnfo@allentempletampa.org Attn: Rev. Byron Pressley Sr., Church Business Manager II II REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Competitive sealed proposals will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened on June 30 2011 at 2 : 30 p m for: RFP 005-11 Flatford Swamp Hydrologic Restoration Feasibility Study NON-MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE: May 31, 2011 at 9 : 30 a .m. at the Tampa Service Office in the Governing Board Room, 7601 US Hwy 301, Tampa, FL 33637-6759 The Requestfor Proposals may be obtained through the District's Internet website at http :// www WaterMatters org/procurement under "View our solicitations on DemandStar" or "Alternate View of our Current Solicitations." 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E Local N Sensational Senior And Blue Revue Pageant The ladies of Tau Pi Zeta Chap C ter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, a: Inc., Mrs. Marlene York-u. Monroe, President, hosted its Blue Revue and Sensational Senior Pageant .at the College Hill Conference Center. The Blue Revue is the scholarship fundraiser for the youth group and the senior event recognizes non-degreed women who have haJ an impact on some chi ld 's 0 a: u. life. Ms. Barbara Wright, 2010 Sensational Senior, gave her ap preciation speech as she encour aged the 2011 Sensational Senior, Beverly Brown Neves. Ionia Knott, 2010 Miss Blue Revue, gave her outgoing speech on goals and meeting them. (Photos by Sylvester Harris) c z <( From left, Frank Crum, Miss Blue Revue Ny'a Crum and Mar> lene York-Monroe, President. <( c (/) Hostesses for the event were Zetas June Robinson, Keisha Endsley and Willette Hollinger. 0 Amicae of Tau Pi Zeta Chapter: Bradenton Arnica, Gaile Jones; Bertha Gardner, Amicae of Riverview; and Renada Knott-Nelson, Amicae of Riverview. Rear, Bradenton Arnica, Camille Searles; Betty Jordan, Amicae of Riverview and Yvette Hinton, Amicae of Riverview. The Amicettes and Pearlettes are: in front, Kenya Grimsley, Rosanna Bass, Jadashania Floyd and Symora Churchwell. Back row, Marje' Jones, Nichola Churchwell, Jahne Hoze and Re'gine Bass. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-> a: w > w 0 w J: (/) :::::i Ill ::::> D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> Ill ...J w z i= z w (/) <( 0 a: 0 ...J u. 1 Tampa General Circle Tampa, FL 33606 PhysicianFinder Referral Service 1-800-822-DOCS www.tgh.org Tampa General Hospital Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine

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