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c c -cc: Q ...1 LL. Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 3-A VOL. 66 NO. 90 FRIDAY, JULY 1, 2011 52 PAGES 75 :..; ..; ; .n Tampa Dl Wins $1.21 Music Rights Suit Communitv leader Computer Mentors Recognized As Ollerinu Free Citizen Of The Year Summer Program SEE PAGE 12-A SEE PAGE 2-A SEE PAGE 6-A AFRICAN AMERICAN BUSINESS SUMMIT SUCCESSFUL EVENT Albert Lee, Managing Principal of Heights Capital Group, LLC, and Consultant to Tampa Bay Black Business In vestment Corporation, thought it would be a great idea to pull together African American business owners to network and share i n formation and ideas. It worked. Lee says he's very pleased with the success of the First African American Bus i ness Summit. The event was held June 23rd at the Howard Johnson Plaza, Downtown Tampa. In attendance from l eft to right: Thomas Huggins, Ill, Frances Wimberly, President, Tampa Bay Black Business Investment Corporation; S ol Davis, Safrone P resley, Char l es Young, Jr. and A lbert L ee. (Photography by BRUNSON) r'

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0 eatures ;:::) .., It's Alwavs Bener To Give ><( BY TAMECA JOHNSON c a: u. Freelance Writer Members of New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church set out in the dark of night on a mission. They boarded a coach June 27 and headed north on I -75. Tucked in the luggage area of the bus were items they knew would make a difference in the lives of people who des perately needed them. Hours after daybreak, the 17 church members arrived at their location: Mount Mo riah Missionary Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala bama. That city is still heav ily impacted by deadly tornados that destroyed many parts of the area back in April. Betty Grant spear-headed this mercy mission trip for the Senior Mission. C She is the Mission CoordinafE tor. Carolyn Watson is c president of the Senior MisZ sion Ministry at New Mount w c w :::z::: en :::i m ;:::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;:::) m <( I C\1 w Betty Grant spearheaded the trip to Birmingham. Her husband, Willie, also traveled with the group. A home in Birmingham that was partially devastated by the tornado. Alabama. I have a dear friend who lives there. She's okay, but the situation still bothered me." Mount Zion members, representatives from Tampa's Mount Olive Baptist and Bible-Based Church in Carrollwood gave away countless donated items of paper products, bleach, dish and laundry detergent, brooms, mops and other cleaning supplies. Mrs. Grant says the area will need those items and much more for many months to come. "There was so much dev astation. Some houses just had half the house standing. We saw trees totally up rooted, cars smashed on top of buildings, houses with couches and tables still up right, but the house was gone. There were areas that had been residential that are no more." Mount Moriah Baptist is now the sole distribution center in the Birmingham area. The church vows to continuetotakedonationsas long as the need exists. The group also shared some items with those devastated in Tuscaloosa, AL. (Photos provided by Rev. Matthew James) CAREER RESOURCE CENTER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE PROGRAM CARPENTER'S WORKBENCH PROGRAM STEPPIN' STONES JOB READINESS TRAINING East Ta111a Leader Recognized As Citizen Of The Year BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When Ms. Evangeline Best took over as chair of the East Tampa Community Re vitalization Partnership, her mission was to make East Tampa a community every one would be proud of, and improve the quality of life for the residents. Last month, the City of Tampa hosted a Citizen Recognition Award Program. During the program, it was announced that Ms. Best had been selected to be named "Citizen OfThe Year." Ms. Best said she is ap preciative and humbled by the recognition. "I want to say thanks to everyone, especially the city employees at the District III Tampa Police Headquarters for voting for me and the ap proval of all top officials. "A lot of East Tampa resi dents have worked hard and have been cooperative with me and the ETCRP. No one accomplishes these award,s alone. There are always many people working on commit tees and behind the scenes to make things happen." Ms. Best said behind the scenes, a lot of work is done by people who never get any recognition. She also said her family has always believed in giving back to the commu nity. EVANGELINE BEST "There are 24 hours in each day; 8 for sleeping. After I retired from the county in 2003, the usual 8 hours for other activities was added to me making more contacts in the East Tampa community. "My hope is that my ef forts in the past eight years have shown that we can work together in harmony. I be lieve the seeds of hope and determination planted will ensure a good life for us all very soon." Tampa Police Chief, Jane Castor, said Ms. Best's motto of "together we can do much," fits right in with TPD's mission. "Her partnership with the Tampa Police Department and her leadership in the community has been an inte gral part in the city's 61% re duction in crime." (Ad Must Be Of Equal Or Lesser Value) Offer Expires July 10th Offer Can Not Be Comibined Vfrth Any Other Promotions To Place You Ad, Advertising Department (813) 248-1921 Or Visit Our Office At: E. 21st

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eatures BodvFoundln East Tampa Home Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a man found inside this house on East Paris. Tampa Police Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a man found inside an East Tampa Home. Detectives were called to 4008 East Paris Street and found Nelson Carillo, 49, dead inside the residence. Detectives also are request ing the assistance of the community to locate a vehi cle that may have some connection to the case. The vehicle is described as a 1989 Green Honda Accord LXI, Florida Tag 893LKF. Detectives ask that anyone locating the vehicle to please call (813) 231-6130 and not approach the vehi cle or any occupants. No details have been released on Carillo's death at this time. According to a neighbor, Carillo lived alone and seldom had any visitors. The neighbor described him as a nice man who often talked with his neighbors and pretty much kept to him self. The neighbor also said his family lives -in Miami. Senner Man Dies On Railroad Tracks The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that at 10 p.m. Wednesday night, their office received a call from CSX Railroad that one of their trains had struck an individual seen lying on the tracks near the train cross ing at Kingway Road and Dr. King B.oulevard in Seffner. When deputies arrived, they found Marvin Herring, 61, deceased under neath the train. According to detectives, it appears Herring had some sort of medical condition and collapsed on the tracks. The train was traveling west when the conductor saw Herring's body and applied the emergency breaking system. It took the train nearly a quarter-of-a mile to completely stop. After the train stopped, Herring was found lying in-between the rails with injuries to his left arm when the train rain over him. Emergency medical person nel arrived and pronounced Herring dead at the scene. Based on evidence at the scene, it is believed Herring was dead before the train arrived. His body was taken to the Medical Examiner's Office to determine the exact cause of death. No foul play is suspected at this time. CSX Investigators also responded to the scene and will assist in the investiga tion. Small Business Services Need Help getting Started or Expanding Minority Business Enterprise Certifications Non Profits-501 (c)3 Setup Call Now: 813 207-0003 Teenager Killed, Three Others Critical After Accident L. c: N 0 Tampa Police report that at 10 p. m. Wednesday a teenager was killed and 3 others critically injured in a 2-car accident. tersburg, 20, Shontae Sha-:: The driver of a Toyota So lara exited on soth Street and turned left on Columbus Drive. A Mazda CX-9 was traveling west on Columbus Drive. Police said the Mazda t-boned the Toyota, causing it to roll into a ditch. A backseat passenger in the Toyota, 18-year-old Alicia Dawn Shaheed, was pronounced dead at the scene. Others in the Toyota that were critically injured were Kalima Haneef of St. Pe-RANDOLPHW. DE SYLVIA . t-boned the car that left one teen dead, 3 others critically heed, 19, and Naquan Yancy, 17. The Toyota s driver, Chaz Yount of St. Petersburg, was not injured. The driver of the Mazda was identified as Randolph W. De Sylvia, 19, from Tampa. He was hospitalized with minor injuries, and it was reported he did nothave a current driver's license at the time of the accident. Detectives are investigat ing the cause of the accident. Police said the Shaheed sisters are from Morgan town, West Virginia and were in Tampa on summer break visiting family and friends. r Correction o s Foo 2518 N. J:Ubany Avenue Tampa, FL 33607 813-254-1148 FREE Lunch (small Size)With $25.00 Purchase Should Not Have Appeared In July 1st Ad Of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin We Apologize For Any Inconveniences. AUTO ACCIDENTIREF.ERRll!S.ERVICI News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care . Pllrsonalized Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip. & Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Wages Wrongful Death And More ..... ___________ ...., .. Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week Michelle B. Inc. CJ) m z ::! z m r m c: r r !!l z "'D c: m r u; :::t m c m < m ..... c: m CJ) c ?:( l> z c lJ 0 ?:(

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Young Man Who Anended Mentoring Program wants To Return As Counselor BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Timothy Williams was one of only 2 young men chosen from the State of Florida (the other was from Sarasota) to be chosen for an intense 4-day, 3 night men taring experience in Dallas, Texas for the 3rd Annual Steve Harvey Mentoring Weekend for Young Men. Timothy has decided he wants to return next year as a junior counselor. His mother, Mrs. Sylvia Williams is just as overjoyed as he about the allexpense paid trip. She explains, "the boys left us on Thursday and we didn't see C them again until Sunday. fE Their cell phones were taken, c so they were not able to con Z tact us or anyone. When they < came back, Timothy was a different person -opening 5J and getting doors for me. I W couldn't believe the change in a few days," she said. For Timothy, it was "a w great experience to be turned Gj from a boy to a young man." C Timothy is a 15-year-old W 1oth grader at Armwood High School. He plays foot:::::i ball and attends Macedonia M. B_. Church, Thonotosassa. c.. The family lives in z Denzel Washington and Steve Harvey at the session. ...J ...J ::;) m ...J w z i= z w U) ct c a: 0 ...J u. Thonotosassa. Timothy was one of 120 young men .that creator Steve Harvey selected from among 4,000 applicants 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. Attorney Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa FL33609 {813) 264-8717 The hltlna of a lawyer Is an Important deelalon I hat should not be kaed solely upon edvartlumenta. Before ou dec:lded, ask us to send ou FREE written lnlormtlon about our uallflc:tlons nd erlelllc:aJ CONNIE HILL KEN ANTHONY from around the country over the Father's Day week end, June 16-19, 2011. The mission of the program was to provide the key principles of manhood and dream building to teenage boys ages 13-18. There were also programs for parents and chaperones to provide the key principles of success in raising a young man. Other than Harvey guest speakers during the weekend were D'Wayne Edwards, Stephen Smith, Will Packer, Penzel Washington, Myles Kovacs, Dr. Steve Perry, Rapper Street Hymns, Terrence J. and others. "The Voice of Our Communitv Speaking for ltse.lf" (813) 248-1921 Shopper Upset Stores. Have 'No Black Dolls' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Last month, Reeshemah McCoy-Green went shopping for a Black doll as a birthday gift for a relative. The first store she went to was the Wal-Mart Store on North Dale Mabry near Waters Avenue. Mrs. McCoy-Green said what she discovered angered her and she wants some action taken. "I went into the store and asked where the Black dolls were. A manager at the store, known only to me as Connie, told me they only carry Black dolls during the holidays and if I wanted one I needed to go to the hood. "I left that store enraged, and went to other Wal-Mart stores in the area. They all had the same story. They had rows and rows of white dolls. This gives our children the impression that whites are superior and Blacks inferior." Mrs. McCoy-Green wrote a letter to the WalMart Corporate Offices and she said she never got a response. "I was actually told at one store they only order four Black dolls at a time. They don't order them in any kind of volume. "I think this problem is pre dominant and is practiced by virtually all the department stores in the area. They don't even have black and white versions of the same doll." In response to Mrs. McCoy-Green's complaint, REESHEMAH MCCOY-GREEN Tara Raddohl, National Media Relations Director for Wal-Mart said they do carry African American dolls all year at several of their stores and she would be happy to direct Mrs. McCoy-Green to the store where she can find what she's looking for. "As with all our product offerings, assortment can vary by market. Our goal is to provide products at an every day low price, for whatever product our customer is buy ing. "We also have a great program called site to store, which means our customer can order products online at Walmart.com and have the product shipped to the store at no cost, and pick up the product at the store. We have African American dolls at our stores year round." Raddohl said they will conduct an investigation into what Mrs. McCoy-Green said the manager told her at the Waters and Dale Mabry Store. New Pipelines In Service In Downtown Tampa Residents and businesses in Downtown are enjoying improved water service relia bility, increased water pres sure, and improved fire pro tection thanks to an important pipeline project. Construction crews have completed the Downtown Pipeline Replacement project, which replaced six miles of Downtown Tampa pipelines and included the Practicing Law In: restoration of affected roads, plantings, and sod. The new 12-inch diameter pipelines replace aged, deteriorated pipelines, some 100 years old or more, that were prone to service interruptions and low-water pressure. The $17.7 million Downtown Pipeline Replacement Project was funded by Water Department utility rates. Criminal Defense Family L1w Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Otrice Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advcrtismcnts. B
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ditorial FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN The Republicans keep (USPS 202-140) preaching that by not rais-c.. 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 C: Published Every Tuesday and Friday By ing taxes, this will create r: FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., jobs. Well, taxes haven't < Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) been raised, but creating and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990.94 CP Timelnternational jobs has been slow and very POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: difficult. Let us not forget :: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, that we lost a ton of jobs P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL The Republlcan Plan under former President w.w. Andrews Bush, who initiated tax 1874-1931 (1919) cuts. C.BiytheAndrews For The Economv I h b 1 th 1901-19n <1945> t as ecome c ear at c. Blythe Andrews, Jr. the Republican plan is, 1930-2010 <1977) m he Republicans in necessary, shut down the 'don't raise taxes-anything S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER W h' D C h F d } G } bl c. BLYTHE ANDREWS 111, PRESIDENT as mgton, . ave e era overnment. Ree se 1s accepta e AWSON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO made their plan for the ailpublicans are willing to do Should we do away with GWEN HAYES, EDITOR U 't d St t all f th th' M di ? If th ' IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR mg m e a es economy o ese mgs. e care. so, e maJonty HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER plain and simple. It is in efThere is one thing that of senior citizens will really BETTY DAWKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR feet, 'to hell with everything they are totally opposed to be in some serious trouble. TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIRED MANAGER and everybody, except the and that is raising taxes on Medicare must be saved and subscriptions-$44.0D-6 Months Both Editions: $87.oo-Per Year Both Editions. millionaires and the billionmillionaires, billionaires kept as is, under all condi-Optnions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, aires' and COrporations. tions. do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. The United States and its The Republican Party is If the cost of Medicare has Governor Scon's Automatic Praise Machine lf]fhis name was WillyWonka, maybe his latest antic L.:!Jwould be funny. But his name is Rick Scott (Governor Rick Scott). And because of his title and the enormous weight it carries, his most recent stunt is anything, but amusing. Perhaps, it's because Scott is, in reality, not the dolt he presents himself as being, but is, instead, a well-readthough-highly diabolical alien. Invariably, what we find is a man who either is exceedingly well-versed in the perverse concepts of human nature, or a man who has surrounded himself with the grandsons of the same men (and women?) who made up the think-tank for Richard Nixon. And now, for Governor Rick's latest high-jinx: HIS AUTOMATIC PRAISE MA CHINE! No muss! No fuss! Just log on to the Governor's website, look under one of the tabs you find there, and then choose one of several pre-written statements to send to one of seven newspapers, which say gushingly how much you support Scott's administration, undeniably. The rest is baloney of the lowest regard. And yet, the very audacity of the act is nothing less than ingenious. Thus, we political crabs find ourselves being stewed, one degree at a time by a governor and staff who knows o.ur weaknesses, and are gleefully committed to boil us in our own ignorance. So, now, you don't have to write letters of praise for one of the most peculiar governors Florida has ever elected. All you have to do is go online. Governor Rick will do the rest! Next Stop: Martial Law on Sundays! onshore Drilling Back On The Table m n truth, it never left the table ... offshore drilling, we L4J mean. Veteran lobbyists, bookies, and scholarly historians needed not bet that Florida voters already overloaded with ten thousand other pieces of foolishness, would soon turn their attention to other fish which needed frying. Then the fat cats and aristocrats who congratulatd themselves on being the real movers and shakers would simply pick up the ball where they recently dropped it. And so it has become, as Florida may well be preparing to drown in offshore oil, once more. Call the sea-birds whose feathers remained soaked in black slime. Alert all the fish at sea. Let them know that, thanks to certain members of the Florida Senate, their fate is about to be sealed. A man by the name of Haridopolos (no doubt, a descendant of Greek sailors of Tarpon Springs, who used to love the sea) is the one who tells us because he is currently Senate President, that our state should support an "all-energy solution," which includes off-shore drilling. To hell with what happened in the past; disregard the tens of millions of dollars lost to the fishing industry as well as the billions of dollars yet to be reclaimed by a badly damaged ecosystem. Conservatives say there's money to be made, even if most of us voters will never get to see it or even smell it. reputation is included in the dead set on protecting Mr. to be raised by say, $25.00 a 'to hell' category. Charlie's money. They month, so be it. If those who Republicans say it is okay unanimously don't want the become Medicare eligible with them to do away with very rich to pay their fair have insurance are required the all important life savings share of taxes. to stay on that insurance an g for senior citizens' Medicare Punish senior citizens, extra year, then let that be, program. They say, cut Sopoor people, public school too. We can't go along with cial Security benefits, cut the students, social programs the Republican plan that en education budget for public and anybody or anything in calls for destroying school children, cut the mil-order to reverse the deficit, Medicare. ::! itary budget, and yes, cut the raise the debt ceiling, or fake In the meantime, all of us Z funding for social programs. making the economy better. should do whatever we can J!! Raise or don't raise the Do all of these things, but do do to help create jobs, to m debt ceiling. Put the United not even think about making help the economy grow and States in a position where it the rich pay their fair share to improve the economic r cannot pay its bills and if of taxes. condition of this nation. Enough To Make You Puke 1'I71 or one hot second, the L!..:J news was full with it ... overrun by it. Sugar Ray Leonard, WBC Mid dleweight Champion of the World, the baby-faced, Afro wearing, two-fisted pugilist who brought the implacable Thomas Hearns (better known as the Motor City Cobra) to an ignoble defeat. This young man who was un doubtedly one step down from Superman, admitted to the world that he had been repeatedly sexually abused by one of his boxing trainers. We read it. We heard it. We could not believe it! To hell with that! We could not believe it because we would not believe it. What Ray Leonard reluc tantly told us in his forth coming book, The Big Fight: My Life In and Out of the Ring, had to be fictitious nonsense. Otherwise, the idea that someone, anyone could sex ually abuse our secret alter ego placed each and every one of us Black men in mor tal and spiritual danger. To be a Black Man was to be and continues to be an act of nature impregnable to human harm. How stupid could we become! Sexual abuse happens to other people. Not to us! Not to us Black men who have made our mark in this world as Black Machines ... as the baddest motor-scooters on the face of this planet. Who, in his right mind, would poke a finger in our home grown self-per-spective? And yet, it happens, everyday. Police reports and hospi tal reports abound with se cret, private stories of little boys, teenagers, young men and even older men, who against their will-have been subjected to the brutality of sexual vampirism. It gripes one's stomach regardless of whether the victim is homo sexual or heterosexual. Male-on-male sexual abuse has little if anything to do with sexuality. Instead, what it preys on is power and control. By its unbridled act, sexual-abuse not only at tacks its victim's masculinity, but attempts to assassinate that person's very humanity, leaving him naked and de fenseless, not only against others, but most horrify ingly, against himself. In essence, the victim of male-on-male sexual abuse z "'D becomes his own worst enemy because of the fact r that, though he was a man, he was not able, in any way, m to defend himself. And so, he C says to himself, in the middle of the night, when no one m can hear, "WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU GOOD ---4 FOR,ANYWAY?" ffi Certainly, no woman, in en her wildest imagination, could understand the self-hate concealed by her hus-band, though he may stand c before a pastor and say, "I "11 do." Furthermore, experts 22 reveal that men who were sexually abused, too often become sexual abusers. Consequently, only one cure is advisable, and that cure is analytical counseling. Yet, few men would ever bring up the subject, or, hav ing brought it to light, would suffer themselves a dialogue as to why it happened, how it happened, and what hap pened after it happened. So, for that reason among others, I congratulate and celebrate the Truth-Debut of Brother Sugar Ray Leonard. Does it change his persona in my eyes? In deed, it does cause me to look at him differently, as I look at myself differently. And that, my friends, is a good thing. You see, being a man -a Black Man is more than simply being able to "go up'.:. side some body's head." To be a true Black Man is to be a man who dares to be hon-:i est ... with the world, with G) his God, and most impor-m tantly, with himself!

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Page Six Local .,.. Computer Mentors oners Free STEM 3&0 Summer Program BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of the Computer Mentors Group Inc., said the organization is offering a free STEM 360 Summer Program. The pro gram, which began on June 27th and will terminate on July 27th, is being held at Memorial Middle School, 4702 N. Central Avenue (next to Hillsborough High School). Smith said, "We are accepting middle school stu dents into our summer pro gram. Enrollment will take place Tuesday through Thursday (July 5 -July 7) between the hours of 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at Memorial C Middle School in the cafeteii: na. Parents can bring stuu.. C dents with you, complete the z application, and leave them c( on the first day." He further stated that the program operates Mondays w through Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Those enrolled > will be taken on field trips, ffi engage in curriculum built > around science, technology, W engineering, and mathematfil ics. The students will also be provided free lunch and :::::i afternoon snack will be prom vided to all students. Incentives will be provided z to each student in the form j:: of "Ralph Bucks" for great w RALPH SMITH Founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, Inc. ideas, helping out, participating during activities, hav ing a positive attitude, and for so much more. Smith said at the end of the program, students can spend their "Ralph Bucks" on several fun items in our STEM Store. Students will have several opportunities to earn "Ralph Bucks At the end of the summer the names of three students will be drawn to win a digital camera. "The STEM 360 staff is committed to helping all students have as much fun as possible this summer. Our mission is that everyone experience engaging fun from beginning to end! "Students will participate in Science and Math classes during the mornin g hours. In these classe s, students will conduct scientific experiments and play math games, he said. Dail y activities include stu dents interacting with Teen Space, which includes chal lenging their peers to table top and board games, Teen Talk, Integrated Communications, and Aerospace Dynamics. Teen Talk is a class designed for guest speakers and discussions centered issues pertaining to teenagers. They will also take part in Integrated Communications, a class that prepares students to use Microsoft Office 2010 and the Internet appropriately. In this class they will also take photographs and video of summer events and activities for the summer newsletter and magazine. Aerospace Dynamics is a class focused on flight, rock ets, and aviation. Once students have finished with their elective, they are directed to outdoor and indoor recreational activities. Students will enjoy endurance tests, circuit training courses, and health awareness activities. Program participants will also designand enjoy STEM Career Day on July 19. For more information, call (813) 846-8651 or 813-8468599 ----------------------------------------------------::::) m c( I CD w GIBBS &PARNELL, PA ATIORNEYS AT LAW A P. GIBBS. Eso. THOMAS E. PARNELL, ESQ PERSONAL INTURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, M6TORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SLIP AND FALL, NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE All SERIOUS INJURIES. (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 722 E. FLETCHER AVE TAMPA. FL 33612 \tV VV W. (:J I B H SAN D P A R N E l. L .. C () M nte IIi ring If A Lawyer 1. An lmpartalt/ l'.ksicia11 That Should N o t Be Bm e d Upan Ad-.ertirement Before You Dccidie. A s k U. To Semi 'lhu FREE IVrillen Info rmati o n A haul Our And Experience. Hean Failure Claims lite Of Popular Tampa Man MR. FRANK BARNES No one passed the corner of 12th Street and 26th Avenue without saying hello to Frank Barnes, Sr. Affectionately known as "Mr. Frank" to friends and family, Mr. Barnes was well-known in his Ybor City community and by past and present employees with the City of Tampa. Early Wednesday morning, Mr. Barnes died of heart failure at Tampa General Hospital. He was 66. Mr. Barnes was a native of Tampa, and attended the local schools. After 18 years with the City of Tampa's Water Department, Mr. Barnes retired and spent his days relaxing at home with his wife of 43 years, Mother Amanda Barnes. The father of 6 enjoyed entertaining his friends and was never at a loss when it came to generating a conver sation. When it came to music from the 1970s and 1980s, no one was more versed than Mr. Barnes, and he did everything he could to get his hands on the music from that era "He loved everyone, and the feeling was mutual,i said Mr. Bern Jones, one of his longtime friends. "We d often sit and talk about the old days and how things used to be. He enjoyed having someone to share that with him. Before his health got bad, he was always full of life and loved to eat good food." Services for Mr. Barnes will be held next Saturday with Aikens Funeral Home assisting the family with arrangements. State & Fed. W. C. Claims Certified by Michi9an 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, Fl33602 Visit Us On-l ine At : www.FORJLAWFIRM .ORG (Former U.S. Army JACC Attorney) 1 1 l1xision and notb(! hJWd upon ,)(l tWfh'k"f'rH .. 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Aging Services Senator Honored For Preservation c.. c: lUers Resources 01 Third Branch 01 Government !< ...... N 0 ...... For Area Seniors BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Many of life's little com forts we take for granted, eld erly residents have to do without. This time of year, a critical element, air condition ing, is not something all of our elderly residents have. The Area Agency on Aging and one of their representatives, Leslie Dent, said they are well aware of the hardships seniors have to deal with daily. "Many of the needs of our elderly citizens are met imme diately, while others aren't due to a lack of resources. With the exception of those seniors liv ing in apartments, retirement communities or in assisted liv ing facilities, the others have to deal with the extreme heat on a daily basis with no relief in sight." Unfortunately, there are no agencies that will purchase or donate a window air condi tioning unit for the elderly. However, through Aging Services, resources can be found that can help seniors get air conditioning. Ms. Dent said seniors can call the Elder Help Line, a statewide number that will determine what area code the call is coming from, then refer the call to the right people. That number is 1-Soo-9635337. "Elderly residents unfortu nately don't get help with things that aren't considered necessities, and an air conditioner is not considered a ne cessity," said Ms Dent. HID Representatives Have Good News Durinll Encore Visit BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Tampa Housing Authority CEO, Jerome Ryans, has promised everyone that the Encore Project will get done, despite funding setbacks. Part of the effort in getting the Encore Project done was THA's application for a $23 million grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The $23 million represents a share of $60 million that five other projects nationwide have been bidding for. On June 281h, a team from HUD visited the Encore site prior to their final decision on awarding the grant. They also announced that the funding pot had grown to $120 million and the additional funds mean at least four projects can be se lected to receive grants instead of two. Joining Ryans during the site visit were Bank of America officials, Encore's developers and community members. Ryans said he was happy to hear about the increased funding and feels it will help to improve their odds. Ryans said the HUD rep resentatives maintained a poker face during the entire visit, but he feels they were im pressed with the site. "Our goal is to get three buildings started before the end of next year, with the Ella being the first. We've been T. H. A. CEO, Jerome Ryans and former Central Park Village Manager, Mary Williams. This is a scene of the HUD Representatives, T. H. A. Representatives, citizens, and others at the Encore Site. dealing with this for six years, and despite the down econ omy, we're going to get it done. I also need to remind people that the visit doesn't guarantee we're going to get the grant. Nothing is carved in stone at this time." TALLAHASSEE -Senator Joyner (DTampa) has been recognized by the Florida Bar for her ef forts to preserve the integrity of Florida's judicial branch during the 2011 Legislative Session, according to the group's president, Mayanne Downs. In a letter to the Senator, Downs announced that Joyner was among a select group oflawmakers singled out SENATORARTHENIA JOYNER for those efforts, and had been awarded the Florida Bar Leg islative Award, the organiza tion's highest recognition of such service by a state law-...... maker. Senator Joyner, who serves as the Senate Demo cratic Leader Pro Tern, was in strumental in halting Republican-lead efforts to split the Supreme Court as well as undermine the independence of the Judicial Nominating Committees. The JNC's are re sponsible for referring candi dates to the governor for judicial appointments. NAACP To Host 'Taking Back Mv CommunitV' Meeting "TT The Hillsborough County NAACP's Political Action Committee is presenting My Voice, My Vote, My Power, "Taking Back My Commu nity." Everyone is invited to attend the meeting. This is an effort to register and educate the community concerning the voting process. During the meeting, there will be a dis cussion on voter suppression and the implementation of a strategic plan of action to en-sure voter participation. The meeting will be held at the Lee Davis Clinic, 3402 North 22nd Street on July 5th at s:3op. m. Contact Yvette Lewis, NAACP, Political Action Chair at (813) 234-8683 if you have any questions. The Hillsborough County NAACP is calling out to the many organizations, associa tions, sororities, fraternities, clubs, and groups to attend this meeting. Information will be shred r concerning the voter rights bill, how to register someone c to vote, ownership of our )> community, adopt a precinct, en m poll watchers, voter registra-z tion drives, nursing homes, ::! ALF (assisted living facilities), Z voters dropped from the list, J!! and tee shirts. OJ The Supervisor of Elec-? tions will have representation r at the meeting to answer !!I questions and address conZ cerns. "'0 c: OJ r en :I: m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c "TT c We are currently recruiting for a free summer program: o Fun Field Trips o Science and Math Experiential Learning o Video and Animation Introduction The STEM 360 Program for Computer Mentors Group is accepting applications for a free summer educational enhancement program. The program is located at Memorial Middle School and is open to all Hillsborough County middle school students. The program is free and participants will receive lunch and a snack daily. Enrollment will take place Tuesday through Thursday (July 5-July 7) of week between the hours of 9:00a.m. and 2:00p.m. at Memorial Middle School in the cafeteria. You may bring students with you, complete the application, and leave them on the first day. For more information, please call (813) 846-8651 or 813-846-8599. The STEM 360 Program is made possible by a grant funded through the Florida Department of Education.

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c a: LL c z w c w en :::::i m ::) p.. z t:i ...J ...J ::) m Local Tampa Native Inducted Into Texas Chapter Of links Erika Salter (center) was pinned by Senator Arthenia Joyner, a member of The Tampa Chapter of The Links, Inc. Erika's mother, Mrs. Freddie Hudson (right), attended the ceremony. Erika Salter, a native of Tampa, was inducted into the Mid-Cities Texas Chapter of The Links, Incorpo rated. The New Member Induc tion, Alumna Ceremony and Installation of Chapter Offi cers was held on Sunday, May 15, 2011 at the Las Coli nas Country Club in Irving, Texas. Erika is an Immigration and Criminal Attorney with offices in Dallas and Ft. Worth, TX. Others inducted with her were Cherry Elder, Crystal King, Marqueax Price-Black, Lisa Ross, Sandra Stewart and Jennifer Stimpson. Joann Mendenhall is the Chapter President. Erika is the daughter of Alfonso Salter and Rev. and Mrs. Zachery (Freddie) Hudson. Vote I Vote I Vote TODAY! BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer The finalists are in for the 9th Annual Hoodie Awards, an event hosted by Steve Harvey and geared towards uplifting the com munity by honoring the best of the best in categories rang ing from Best Soul Food to Best High School Teacher. Making the cut for the second year in a row is a phenomenal youth choir in the city of Tampa. The 130-member First Baptist Church of College Hill Youth Choir is a final ist in the Best Church Choir category and hopes to take home the top prize this Members of the Youth Choir at First Baptist Church of College Hill. year. The church feels just being nominated is an honor. "The kids deserve it, they work so hard," says Rev. Dr. Evan Burrows, First Baptist's Senior Pastor. "It's an awesome testament to the work [choir director] Donna Brown does with the kids." The children in the choir range in age from five to 19. They are the only youth choir to make the cut. The other finalists in that category are adult mass choirs. Assistant Choir Director Donnie Fesser says a win would be monumental. "I think it will prove they can do all things through Christ." A vote by you is key to the choir's victory. All votes must be cast on-line at www .SteveHarvey .com TODAY ONLY (July 1). You're allowed one vote per computer. Charmenes 01 Hillsborough Countv Celebrate 40 Years 01 Sisterlv Love First Row-Selphenia Hudson-Shields, Irene Harris, Lejoan Franklin, Mona Newsome, Margaret Fisher (President), Ann Carey, Doris Scott and Janice London. Second Row: Ella Cusseaux, Ruby French, Yvonne Waldon, Fannie Stone, Julia Barnes and Juanita Cannon. Third Row: Jacqueline Wilds, Donna Douglas, Sylvia Salter, Vivian Williams, Vivian Kitchen, Delores Williams, Betty Kinsey, Gloria Dorsett, Evelyne Keeton and Joyce Austin. The Charmettes of Hills borough County are plan ning a celebration that promises to be one of Re Dedication, Commitments, Camaraderie, Excitement and enjoyment reunion as the ladies of the Hillsbor ough County Chapter of The Charmettes, Inc. and friends come together in "Sisterly Love", Charmettes Style! They will be honoring "40 years of Humanitarian Serv ice," locally as well as nation ally. The year was 1971, when Charmettes Laura Martin and Delores Henry Hastings of the Ft. Lau derdale Chapter, summoned a group of civicminded young ladies to meet at Atty. Delano S. Stewart's office on 29th Street for the purpose of organizing a campaign support group for Atty. Alcee Hastings, who was running for the U.S. Senate. The group of volunteers were observed to be ex tremely compatible and re sulted in the establishment of the Hillsborough County Chapter, Inc., February 1971. The Chartered members are Gwendolyn Miller, Ella Cusseaux, Audrey Dawson, Juanita Keeton Cannon, Renee Jordan, Veronica Stewart, Cheryl Hill; and the late, Fifi Glymph, Carroll Dawson McKennon and Mattie Doris Wilson. As the Celebration of "Sisterly Love" comes full circle, it will include Founder s Day Rededication Ceremony and Luncheon honoring Charter members, Community Supporters and former Charmettes. This charitable benefit is designed to support local and national charities; Mof fitt Cancer Center and Howard University Cancer Research Center, Washing ton, D. C. The Sheraton Suites, 4400 W. Cypress Street, Tampa, will be the scene of this celebration on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 11:30 a.m. The Community is cor dially invited to come out and support our charities. Reservations are required. For more information con tact Charmette Joyce Austin at (813) 929.4323. The Planning Committee members are Doris Scott, Evelyne Keeton, Vivian Kitchen, Ella Cusseaux and Dr. Margaret Fisher, President.

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ScholarshiP Recipients Have More In Common Than Award Takara Williams (3rd from left) with from left, Deputy Velma Glover, Takarais mother, Dolores Santana; Verdell Reaves, SBAC President; and James Cole, SBAC Vice President. With a roaring cheer often associated with praise and worship, the crowd at Brown Memorial Church of God In Christ stood to their feet in recognition of member and graduating senior Gerard Anthony. Just five days prior, in a more subtle and reserved setting, eight people stood in a conference room with a modest but sincere applause, as Takara Williams also a graduating senior, received recognition. Two different people, two different ceremonial encoun ters, but both Anthony and Williams would be united by a scholarship that revealed their creativity and celebrated their similarities. "It was important that we set a criteria for our scholar ship that speaks to our goals as an organization and (our goals) for the youth and the community," said former Sheriff's Black Advisory Council (SBAC) president, Todd Cole. Anthony and Williams independently applied for an SBAC scholarship that focused on Law Enforcement and Safety. Cole, who served on the committee that created the scholarship opportunity during his final year as president, shared the criteria. "Students had to be graduat ing seniors, with a minimum 3.0 GP A and accepted into a college or university," said Cole. Now, for the similarities. Anthony and Williams both graduated from Tampa Bay Tech. Both students completed the commercial arts program, Anthony with a 4-5 GPA, and Williams with a 4.29 GPA. Both students have been accepted into Florida universities and have chosen an early summer admission. Anthony is attending Central Florida and Williams is attending Florida International University. Both students elected to write an essay and create a visual design for their scholarship application though they only had to choose one form of expression. Finally, Anthony and Williams attended Robles Elementary School in East Tampa. "This year, we received funding from the Junior League to sponsor a Law Enforcement and Safety Day event at Robles Elementary," said Verdell Reaves, newly elected SBAC President. "We decided to allocate additional funds to offer a cash award to two students from Robles Elementary who made it all the way to college," Reaves said. The visual displays submitted by Anthony and Williams were shared during the Law Enforcement and Safety Day event in which families received door prizes, including a 32" Flat screen TV, for attending workshops on Cyber Bullying, Sexting and general safety. Anthony submitted a poster encouraging youth not to be a puppet to Cyber Bullying and Williams sub mitted a poster that explained the permanent implications of sending sexual content through mobile devices. "We offered great informa tion in all the workshops, but the youth really brought home the subject matter with their winning posters," said Deputy Velma Glover. Glover is the official Sheriffs Office liaison to the SBAC. Anthony and Williams eachreceived a checkfor $250.00 to be applied at their discretion to their college needs. "This means a lot," said Williams as she held her check with both hands and stood before council members during a June 2011 meeting. Williams and Anthony will report to their respective universities during the month of June. To see the winning artwork submitted by Anthony and Williams and to learn more about the SBAC and their work in Hillsborough County visit the SBAC website at: www.HCSBAC.org. (Story and photos courtesy of James E. Cole) LE Daycare was the door prize winners of 32" flat screen TV. BISHOP CLAYTON FERGUSON, JR. And PASTOR & ELDER DOROTHY FERGUSON Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Worship llA.M. Evening Service 6 P.M. Wednesday: Bible Study 7 P.M. Friday Youth Evangelist Night 7P.M. NAZARETH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6518 40th Street North' Tampa 33610 813) 785 St. John 1:46 Come grow with us as we study an hour of God's Holy Word. We will be glad to have you. REV. ELl CHISOM, SR. Abundant Life Non-denominational Church 4125 Nassau Street W. Tampa, Florida 33607 (813) 875-oon www.abundantlifeonline.com Weekly Gatherings Sunday School: 9:30A.M. Morning Worship: 11:00A.M. Teen Night: Tuesday, 7 P.M.-9 P.M. Bible lnstiMe: Wednesday, 7:30P.M. Intercessory Prayer: Monday-Friday, 6:00A.M. Corporate Prayer: 111 & 3111 Friday, 7:30P .M. Pastor Karen Barnes, Sr. Pastor u1 have come that they might have life ... more ABUNDANTL V"-Sl John 10:10

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Local Third Time Is A Charm Woman Uses Mini oavcamosTo oner Training ..., ;:t By Tonia Turner c a: She's back. .. The 'she' I'm LL referring to is Ms. Kina Copeland. Ms. Copeland has been in the hair industry since 2004 when she occupied a space at someone else's salon. However in 2005, she branched out on her own and opened her own shop. Due to unforeseen circumstances she closed that shop. In the interim, she went back to college and obtained both her Bachelor and Master degrees from Springfield College. With the realization that hair is her passion, she once again has burst onto the hair care scene. Joining forces with Kina is Denise Brown Jones, co-owner, and Tay Moore, C stylist. The Grand Opening ii: for their new shop, "Fabulous LL C Natural Hair Braiding," loZ cated at 3502 Nebraska Ave( State KINA COPELAND, TAY MOORE And DENISE BROWN JONES enue, Suite B, Tampa, is today, Friday, July 1st. The shop offers a variety of services including: Micros, Cornrows, KinkiTwists, Sew-ins and specialty de signs. Normal business hours are Monday through Satur day with flexible hours to accommodate their clientele. To schedule an appoint ment, please see the adver tisement in the Florida Sentinel Classified section. Kina, Denise and Tay extend an open invitation to the 'Grand Opening' and are looking forwarding to seeing you there! c en w ::I t-Victim Protection Bill To Take Eftect Julv 1 w > w c w :::z::: en :::i m ::I Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::I m
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Bad Weather Puts Damper On Central Park Reunion 2 In this photo, Jet Set (center) stands with Paul and Johnny Johnson, brothers who grew up in a small house on Scott Street before Central Park was constructed in 1954 They are still living in the same house today. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On June 24, 25, and 26th, a reunion of former residents of Central Park Village was supposed to take place at a store on Scott Street. This year's event, the third, was being held in honor of Jessie "Jet Set" Hudson. Hudson's family was among the first to move into Central & Park Village in 1954. Although the weather wasn't cooperative this week end, a few people did wander by Saturday to see what was going on. But as far as Jet Set is concerned, it didn't make a difference, because of the people he talked to, he left feeling the dream was still alive. "I remember a time when !< N 0 .... .... Former Central Park area residents, Donald "Boochie" Smith, Paul Johnson and Frank Lily pose with Jet Set. there were Black owned busi nesses in West Tampa, East Tampa, and on Central Av enue. They're all gone now, but that doesn't mean we can't bring them back. "What I saw today con vinced me that they can change whatever they want, but they can't destroy the spirit." Jet Set said he understands that those original business owners aren't around anymore, but they left legacies behind. "The Black business own ers along Central Avenue all had families. A lot of those family members are still around, and are doing other things. I want to appeal to them to recapture what was once a thriving economic system in the Black community. "The spirit of Black achievement is bigger than any one person, but it can only happen if we combine our efforts and make it happen." Jet Set boarded a plane Monday to return to Holly-5 wood, California, where he's :::c managed to create a steady c career for himself. But before l> departing, he said he would be proud to be a part of any Z effort to get Black owned businesses back to where they m rwere when he was growing m up. C r rm ::! NEIGHBORHOOD_,., z SUPE T n 7 -a ,... 7 7 -a ................. 4015 E. Hillsborough, Tampa, FL OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! MON-SA.T 7-9, SUN 7:30-8 PHONE 62&-7586 WIC Vouchers Accepled YISit OUr Hot Del Postage StEps Florida Lollery Money Orders SAWIID--101-RBI _._AT ... "tJ c m c en :I: m c m < m Not All ltetnS Available In All Stonas RESERVED. NO SAI..ES TO OAlRS. NOT RESPONSIBlE FOR TYPOGRAPHK:Al ERRORS. -f c m en c 4 pk/16 oz cans H18'1'1cane High Gravlly Beer rt baJ ftOIIII. c.t..,. ... -99 l> z c 18ozbtl :::C Kraft c Barbecue sauce 31$3 15.7-16.6/b ba9 IDnastord CllarC08I BI'Jquets 2/$ .... .... I l>

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< I N '!"'" ANT ANI AND MAURICE, JR. A mother s love is unconditional need I say more! Happy birthday to my "MJ." Mommy wishes you many more. I love you! look Who's Turning 1 MAURICE, JR. Sending a birthday shout out to mommie's only Iii' man, who will be turning the big 1. He will be celebrating his special day Saturday at Ragan Park with family and friends and special guest, Sponge Bob. Come help my Iii' man celebrate KINKY TWIST CORNROWS FLAT TWIST DREADLOCKS SENEGALESE TWIST MICRO BODY PLAITS BOBS WEAVE SEW-INS INVISIBLE BRAIDS Local TampanWins $1.2 Million In Music Sample Suit Former DJ and early rap artist, Lynn Tolliver won a $1.2 million judgment by a New York jury in a lawsuit over the unauthorized sampling b y the Black Eyed Peas of his 1983 song, I Need A Freak. The sample was used in the band's hit sin gle, "My Humps. It sold over 2 million copies in the United States. From his home in Tampa, Tolliver said he's extremely happy and although his case took 10 years, God was on his side. According to a source, Tolliver recorded his song at James McCant's Studio at Heat Records. Tolliver formed a concept band called "Sexual Harassment." McCant then registered the song with BMI, naming Tolliver as the songwriter. Tolliver testified that McCant agreed to pay him 75% of the royalties from the use of the song. Tolliver sued McCant for copyright infringement and claimed that McCant licensed the song to the Black Eyed Peas without his permission. In The Spotlight JASMINE Our Spotlight feature this week is a fresh face. Jasmine is a 20-year-old Virgo, 5'7" tall, and has plans on becoming a radiologist and an outstanding mother to her children and a wonderful wife. Jasmine says her favorite stars are Chris Brown, Tank, Jamie Foxx and Lil' Wayne and her hobbies are school, being a mother, music, traveling, and having fun. Jasmine's philosophy of life is: "Live life to the fullest and love yourself for who you are because if you don't -love yourself, no one else will. Have faith and be blessed." The man in Jasmine's life must be smart, respectful, understanding, and a family man. She says those are all the traits of her boyfriend, Jermaine. Congratulations to Jasmine as this weekfs Spotlight feature.

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Blake Alum Hired Tampa Catholic Announces As New Track Coach 2011 Hall 01 Fame Athletes ERIC SPEER .. now the track coach at Blake. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Nothing brings more joy to a graduate than to return to his alma mater to coach or teach. Among the Howard W. Blake graduates who've had that honor, you can add Eric Speer's name. Speer has been named Blake's new boys and girls cross country and girls track coach. Speer is a 2003 Blake graduate, and says looking back, his journey has been full of adversity. "I grew up near Williams Park at the Elizabeth Arms Apartments. I was raised as the only child of a single mother who had her own personal issues to deal with. She passed away my senior year in college (2008). "Growing up, I got involved with a lot of negative things. I got suspended from school several times, and spent a lot of times just hanging in the streets and getting into trou ble." Speer said during his junior year in high school, he met Pastor Kenneth Muldrow who shared a vision with him. "He told me to use my athletic skills to overcome the adversities in my life. He made me believe in myself and helped me turn things around." Speer later joined a track club and qualified for the Junior Olympics. At Blake, he set records in the 8oo, and competed in the state championships, finishing 4th. "During the summer, I met Joe Troupe and he worked with me through the Yo Program." "Joe helped me get my head straight, and guided me into looking at attending col lege. He also put me in touch with Tyrone Keys and all three of them were vital in helping me get a scholarship to attend Jackson State University. There were many others who helped me along the way and gave me great inspiration." Speer said he is a first gen eration high school graduate and college was a new experi ence for him. "After graduating from Jackson State with a B.A. in Sociology, I worked with special needs kids, at group homes, juvenile treatment facilities, and did some coaching. It was at Virginia Union where I got my big break in coaching. "As far as me getting this opportunity at my alma mater, I knew they had some coaches retiring, and I also knew they wanted to find someone to help revitalize the program." Speer said his dream is to give back to the community what it gave him. "I want to thank all of the people who helped me along the way. They believed in me and gave me this opportunity to come back and serve. "I've also applied to teach, and I'm working with the Central City YMCA to start a track program for elementary and middle school students." Inductees from left, Tony Moore '72, Curt Fiser '84, Gerald White '85, Renaldo Garcia '87, Cory Kosiba '89, Chris Kosiba '93, Eric Hayes '93, Kelly Hite '96, Otis Kitchen '96, Don Booth '66, Kathy Buresh '78, Mike '70, and Kim Lawrence '81. Tampa Catholic High School has released the names of the 2011 inductees into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame. The inductees will be recognized at the Inaugural Tampa Catholic Hall of Fame Dinner on Saturday, August 6, 2011. The 2011 Athletic Hall inductees are: Kathy Buresh '78 Swimming Michael Latson '70 -Track Donald Booth '66 Football Kimberly Lawrence '81-Girls Basketball 1967 State Championship Track Team The Tampa Catholic High School Athletic Hall of Fame recognizes individuals, teams, coaches and contributors whose outstanding performance or service distinguish es them as and brings prestige to Tampa Catholic High School and who demonstrate the character and values that define the highest principles of sport. Induction into the Tampa Catholic Athletic Hall of Fame is the highest honor afforded by the Tampa Catholic Athletic Depart-ment. Nominations were solicited from the Tampa Catholic community and the inductees were selected by a committee consisting of school Principal Thomas J. Reidy, Athletic Director Freddie Langiotti, Assistant Athletic Director Don Dziagwa, faculty members Deb Radel and Pat Shuck, alumnus Vince Scanio '86, former TC Athletic Directors Tom Murray and Nick DiMaggio and TC Alumni Director and alumna Roz Rodriguez '73. Additionally, nine Hall of Fame members will be rein troduced and recognized for their accomplishments in boys' basketball. They are Cory Kosiba '89, Chris Kosiba '93, Kelly Hite '96, Eric Hayes '93, Otis Kitchen '96, Renaldo Garcia '87, Gerald White '85, Curt Fiser '84 and "'tJ Tony Moore '72. C: The August 6 dinner also kicks off Tampa Catholic's Ci) soth Anniversary celebration ffi that runs through November C 2012. For more information about m Tampa Catholic High School and its programs please visit --4 the school's Web site at www.tampacatholic-.org ?< :1> z c ., :!! c ?<

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Tiger woods Out For The Year c a: LL c z a: w > w c Tiger Woods is still ailing from a left knee injury and he may be through playing golf for the year. In a recent press conference, Woods said he will not return to playing golf until he is 100% healed. That may not be in 2011. Tiger has vowed not to try and play through his knee injury and will listen to his doctors. Tiger does not anticipate any surgery and says he is very confident about his future in golf. If this is true, good decision Tiger. We'll miss you, but we want you back healthy and at the top of your game. NBATurns To Foreign Players The National Basketball Association recently held its annual Playeris Draft. It was shocking at the number of foreign players that were drafted in the first round. Thirty-one players were drafted in the first round and seven of them were foreign-W ers. Out of the first seven play:; ers drafted, four of them were foreigners. The first two a. were Americans. Florida Z State's Chris Singleton.was tij the only player from a ...J Florida school that was draft...J :::) m ...J w z i= z w CJ) ( a: 0 ...J LL ed in the first round. Brandon Knight, a Kentucky point guard from Ft. Lauderdale was the only State player taken in the first round. NFL Football In Sight It appears that players and owners in the National Football League have come to their senses. It appears that a deal is near that will end the player's lockout, get a collective bargain agreement and allow the NFL to play football this season. Both sides have come to the conclusion that a $9 billion pot is enough to be divided among the two sides. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are back at the team's practice facility and everybody seems happy. The coaches are not there yet, but quarterback Josh Freeman seems to have everything under control. The lockout has been good for Freeman. It has cemented his role as team leader and everybody accepts that fact. So guys, pull out all the tailgating equipment. There is going to be NFL football after all and it will be the real thing. Flat White Paint #204 .............. $35.00 /5 Gal. 1hterior Semi Gloss White #14 ..... $14.90 /Gal. 9" Roller ...................................... $1.50 Each nt Brushes ...................................... 99. .... ;,, LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Tiger Woods Not Coming Back Until FuiiV HealthV TIGER WOODS NEWTOWN SQUARE, PENNSYLVANIA -Tiger Woods says he is making progress in his recovery from injuries to his left leg, although he has no idea when he will return to golf. He says he has played with injuries too much in his career, and now is the time to be smarter about his health. He says he no longer uses crutches or a walking boot, but his left knee and Achilles is not strong enough so that he can hit balls. All he has done in recent weeks is work on his putting. Woods did not say whether he would compete in the British Open, which starts July 14 at Royal St. George's. However, he did say he would be surprised if the year ended without him playing another tournament. Williams Sisters Knocked Out At Wimbledon VENUS And SERENA WILLIAMS WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND -Venus and Serena Williams were both eliminated in the fourth round of Wimbledon on Monday, the first time in five years that neither sister will play in the quarterfinals at the All England Club. Defending champion and four-time winner Serena was the first to go, beaten 6-3, 7-6 (6) by Marion Bartoli of France, cutting short the American's return to Grand Slam tennis after nearly a year out with serious health prob lems. Older sister and five-time champion Venus was ousted 6-2, 6-3 by Tsvetana Pironkova the exact same score of the Bulgarian's win in last year's quarterfinals. Also knocked out was topseeded Caroline Wozniacki, who fell1-6, 7-6 (5), 7-5 to No. 24 Dominika Cibulkova in the Dane's latest failed attempt to win her first Grand Slam title. Freeman Takes Charge Of Bucs BRADENTON-You want to know the reason why the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going to be as ready as any NFL team once the lockout ends, if it does? Bucs QB Josh Freeman was fielding questions Tuesday afternoon under cloudy skies in sultry, training camp-like weather at the humidity-soaked IMG Performance Institute. He's No.s in your program, No.1 in the huddle. Nobody else on Tampa Bay's roster could have jump-started nearly so teammates-except for notable absentees LB Barrett Ruud and CB Ronde Barber -into traveling to Bradenton for a three-day unofficial JOSH FREEMAN mini-camp, but their impr!Jmptu player-coach Freeman. "It's a quarterback's job on the team," Freeman said. "They voted me captain last year. I take a lot of pride in being a leader on this team. Getting together is something you have to do. Mavweather Returns To Ring, Controversv Follows NEW YORK -It seems Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao will be forever linked, regardless of whether they ever face each other in the ring. The two have danced around the richest fight in boxing for several years, unable to come to terms. Meanwhile, their animosity has grown to the point that Pacquiao has a pending defamation lawsuit alleging Mayweather unfair ly accused him of using per' fm;mance-enhancing drugs. So it's not surprising that Mayweather spent just as much time answering questions about Pacquiao on Tuesday as he did about Victor Ortiz, the welter-Boxers Floyd Mayweather Jr., left, and Victor Ortiz face off during a news conference, Tuesday, June 28, 2011 in New York. weight champion whom he'll face in his next fight on Sept. 17 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. NC State Hero Lorenzo Charles Killed In Bus Wreck RALEIGH, NC It's one of the most lasting images from the NCAA basketball tourna ment. A buzzer-beating two-hand ed dunk by muscular forward Lorenzo Charles gives heavy underdog North Carolina State a stunning national championship game win in 1983 versus powerhouse Houston known as Phi Slamma Jamma. Wolfpack coach Jim Valvano spills onto the court, scrambling for someone to hug. Charles, 47, the hero from that memorable game, was killed Monday when an empty bus he was driving for Elite Coach crashed along Interstate 40 in Raleigh, said general manager Brad Jackson. Charles grabbed Dereck Whittenburg's 30-foot shot and dunked it to give the LORENZO CHARLES Wolfpack the 54-52 win over the Cougars, led by stars Clyde Drexler and Hakeem Olajuwon. It was N.C. State's second national title and gave Charles a place in school history. 'Vhittenburg was despon d-ent when discussing his teammate and friend. "It's just an awful day," Whittenburg said. "An awful, awful day."

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Galveston Texas is home to many wood statues carved out of trees killed in hurricane Ike. The newest addition to the family of carvings is a statue of the famed boxer and Galveston native Jack Johnson. This statue is a point of contention for some Hoak sub-division neighbors, who claim that it creates too much traffic in their residen tial area. Other home owners, like Helen Douglas, believe it is Johnson's history that makes some want to relocate the statue. When asked if she saw a problem with traffic due to the statue, Douglas replied "not at all, the way you see it right now is basically the way it is," as she pointed to a nearly empty road. In 1908 Johnson became the first black man to earn the title of Heavyweight Champion of the World. He TREE CARVING OFJACKJOHNSON also ignored racial taboos by dating a white woman in an era filled with racial violence. Opponents of the statue's placement were not readily available for comment, but homeowner Rory Prue did say that although he did not mind the statue, it might be better served elsewhere. Whether the statue will move or stay is now up to the Galveston housing authority. cards' Docken Tweets While Pulled over Bv Cops DARNELL DOCKE'IT Darnell Dockett was pulled over by police -and gave Twitter followers a play by-play account. The Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman was clearly agitated while posting a series of tweets during the incident Monday. Dockett tweets that police told him he was pulled over because he was speeding, and they want ed to search his car. "I don't know why the police always messing w /me," he tweeted. He says he refused to allow police to start a search without a warrant. Dockett eventually tweeted he was about to be let go. Dockett, who has played seven NFL seasons, frequent ly uses Twitter and has more than 70,500 followers. www.o mmott.com Your Tire Headquarters For: t&&:un IIIII OLIN MOll ... TIRE IIIIITOREII <}-EAST TAMPA (813) 237-3946 37 41 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. NORlH TAMPA (813) !laS-3164 10103 N FLORlDA AVE. WEST TAMPA (813) 253-3183 1119 WEST KENNEDY BLVD. TEMPLE 1BIRACE (813) tBI-0220 8850 N. 56TH ST. BRANDON (813)686-211011 528 W. BRANDON BLVD. PUNT CllY (813) 71i2-2388 302 PALMER sT. .UNIRIIYAC. We Employee 4!s, ASE Certllled Technicians W About 6 Months Same As Cnsh JO-WILFRIED TSONGA Roger Federer was eliminated in the Wimbledon quarterfinals for the second straight year Wednesday, squandering a two-set lead for the first time at a Grand Slam tournament and losing to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 3-6, 6-7 (3), 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 Paul Could Be Next To Leave Hornets CHRIS PAUL Set to opt out of his con tract, David West is likely done in New Orleans. His decision could be a prelude to the eventual departure of AllStar guard Chris Paul, who has played his entire career with West in New Orleans. The Hornets might have to trade Paul next season before he reaches free agency in 2012 and start a complete rebuilding process. Indiana and New Jersey are two teams with significant salary-cap space and a strong interest in signing West, league sources said. West grew up in New Jersey, living in Northern New Jersey until the eighth grade, and has always been fond of the metropolitan New York area. Terrell Owens is recover ing from left knee surgery and plans to be ready to play when the NFL season starts. Owens' agent Drew Rosenhaus confirmed Tuesday that the 37-year-old star receiver tore his anterior cruciate ligament, had surgery in early April and "will be playing at the start of the NFL season." In an interview, Rosenhaus called specula tion that Owens was consid ering retirement "nonsense" and said the 15-year veteran is doing "fantastic" and could be recovered as early as August. Rosenhaus said Dr. James Andrews performed the surgery to the same knee in which Owens to.re his TERRELL OWENS 'TI r 0 :!! meniscus late last year. Two of Terrell Owens' 0 former teammates also said m the star wide receiver plans to return. z m r m c: r r Star Athlete Killed After New York High School Graduation !!I z NEW YORJ(A high school football star was stabbed and later died hours after his graduation Tuesday in a fight with Bronx parking attendants over whether something was stolen from his family's car during the cere mony, police said. lsayah Muller, 19, a star running back who led his team to the Public Schools Athletic League championship, was rushed to a near by clinic by his family and girlfriend and was later pronounced dead. No arrests have been made but the parking attendants and Muller's father, Andre, were speaking to officers from the 52nd Precinct in the Bronx. The family arrived at the lot on Jerome Avenue in the Bronx at 9 a. m. and walked over to the campus of Lehman College, where graduation was being held Tuesday for students from Harry S. Truman High School. Following the ceremony, the family headed back to the car, police said. An argument erupted initially between Muller's father and parking attendants, whom he accused of stealing something from his car, police said. The father noticed the property missing from the car while the family was en route to a celebratory meal on City Island, a fishing hamlet on the northern tip of ISAYAH MULLER the Bronx. Angry over the missing property, Andre Muller turned the car around and headed back to the parking lot. The fight broke out and Isayah Muller was stabbed in the chest, although it's not clear by whom. The father and son ran to the family car where his mother and girlfriend were waiting and drove him to the clinic. Muller was later transport ed to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. It's not clear how many attendants were involved in the incident, or who deliv ered the fatal blow. Muller was a star running back. He rushed for 285 yards during the high school championship game in November, winning 23-20 over the top seeded Beach jg Channel. His performance C) was the talk of newspapers and television. He was Cf1 revered by his teammates. >

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Entertainment ::l .., >= < c Chris Brown And Odd Future End Beet a: What started off as a war LL of words on Twitter between R&B singer Chris Brown and Cali collective Odd Future started getting serious this week when a video of Chris Brown's associates attempting to chase down Odd Future singer Frank Ocean appeared on the in ternet Before things begin to es calate even further, it seems as if cooler heads have pre vailed, as Chris Breezy and OF front-man Tyler, The CHRIS BROWN And ODD FliTURE Creator agreed to end their feud on Twitter. c a: LL c z c:t 'Smallville' Actor Dodges BulletGets 1 Year in Prison Sam Jones was sentenced to spend 366 days in W federal prison for his hand in a drug ring ... even though > the feds wanted him to serve a: w > w c w :I: U) :::i m ::l D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::l m 5 years. Jones who recently pled guilty to conspiracy to sell more than 10,000 pills of Oxycodone was hit with the sentence Monday in fed eral court in Los Angeles. Before sentencing, we're told Jones begged the judge for mercy ... explaining he'd lost everything including his dog, his ear, and his act ing gig on "Blue Mountain State" -due to the drug charges. The judge apparently SAM JONES bought it ... and said he was cutting the actor a break due to his "minor" role in the drug deal. Jones will have to surrender to authorities once it's determined which prison he1l call home for a year. SnoopDoaa To Be Honored W"dh BMIIcon Award Snoop Dogg will re ceive one of the highest honors of his career this fall when the rapper is named an SNOOP DOGG icon by Broadcast Music, Inc. Snoop will be saluted as a BMI Icon at the BMI Urban Awards, slated for Friday, August 26 at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. DiddV Selling Mansion For $13.5 Million Hip-Hop mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs is selling his Alpine, New Jersey mansion for $13.5 million. Combs has put the 12,000 square-foot, Colonial style home up for sale, after paying $6 mil lion for the residence in 2004 Combs originally lived in the house with his longtime girl friend, Kim Porter and their son, Christian, but the man sion is being put up for sale be cause Combs and Porter spend more time in Los Angeles. In addition to his mansion in Los Angeles, Combs has resi dences in Miami, New York and Atlanta. His long time partner Kim Porter purchased a $5 million, 9,655-square-foot, six bedroom, mansion in Toluca Lake, Cali fornia last year. aihanna Facing Another 'S&M' lawsuit Rihanna's controversial music video for 'S&M has landed her in hot water yet again. This time around, pho tographer Phillip Paulus is suing the singer for copyright infringement. Paulus alleges that Rihanna identically replicated his series of photographs, called 'Paperworld,' in the racy video without his per mission. The scene in question de picts Rihanna, dressed in a large, fluffy gown against a wall, and is covered in plastic and surrounded by large black 'X' marks. Paulus RIHANNA claims one of his photographs is extremely similar in both concept and execution. .Angela Bassen Set To Return To Broadwav This Fall NEW YORK -Angela Bassett has signed on to star opposite Samuel L. Jacksonin the Broadway produc tion of the play "The Mountaintop." Producers announced Tuesday that Bassett will play the mysterious woman who visits the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lor raine Motel in Memphis in playwright Katori Hall's re imagining of the night before the civil rights leader's 1968 assassination. "The Mountaintop," the winner of the best new play Olivier award in London, will begin performances on Sept. 22 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on 4sth Street. An of ficial opening is set for Oct. ANGELA BASSETI 13. Bassett, 52, an Academy Award nominee who played Tina Turner in "What's Love Got to Do With It" and' who can currently be seen in the film "Green Lantern," takes over after Halle Berry pulled out due to child cus tody issues.

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Entertainment Tia Mowrv Welcomes :i::nu 50 Cent Ma)f 2 A Babv Bov! Concert Part wavs With : lnterscope Records Tia Mowry is the proud mom to a bouncing baby boy. 'The Game' actress and her husband, actor Cory Hardrict, welcomed their first child on Tuesday, their rep confirmed. Mowry and Hardrict an nounced they were expecting in January through a joint statement. "We are both so excited to be parents. We have been wanting this a long time!" the couple said. Earlier this month, the ac tress celebrated at a baby shower thrown by her 'Sister, Sister' co-star and real life twin, Tamera, as well as her 'Game' co-stars. "Tia looked gorgeous and very happy at her shower cel ebration. She was very excited about how things turned out," TIA MOWRY And HUSBAND CORY HARDTICT a source said about the party. The new addition isn't the only milestone the Mowry family is celebrating these days. Tamera tied the knot to Fox News Channel corre spondent Adam Housley in March. The sisters will reunite on screen this summer on the Style Network in 'Tia & Tam era,' premiering August 10. Controversial Chuck Berrv Statue Approved In St.louis, S T LOUIS An eight foot statue of rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry was approved on Monday over the op position of CHUCK BERRY some local residents including one who said the Hall of Fame singer/ songwriter should not be honored be cause he is a "felon and not a friend of women." The University City coun cil, which has jurisdiction over the spot where the statue is to be installed, rejected a last-minute petition drive by opponents, who gathered 100 signatures in a bid to block or delay the statue. Pani laBelle Files Countersuit In Beating Case HOUSTON Veteran R&B diva Patti LaBelle says in a countersuit filed against a West Point cadet who claims she ordered her body guards to beat him up outside a Houston airport terminal that the altercation began after the cadet hurled racial insults at her. But an attorney for the cadet, Richard King, denied his client ever said any racial slurs to LaBelle. LaBelle filed a countersuit last week, accusing the cadet of attacking her bodyguards after he directed profane and racial slurs toward the singer. In the countersuit, LaBelle's lawyers accuse King of being intoxicated, staggering around outside the termi nal, screaming obscenities and trying to enter the singer's limousine. King was politely asked to walk away from the vehicle, according to the countersuit. King's attor neys have said the cadet had a few drinks on the flight to Houston but denied he was intoxicated. Young J eezy is being sued by the organizers of a Virgin Island concert after he was a no show at the event. According to concert organ izers Paid 4 Entertainment, Jeezy was billed to appear in VI's June 18, Summer Splash back in March. Less than two weeks before the event Da Snowman's reps told Paid 4, that he "might" have a conflict in his schedule and was "considering not appearing" at the concert. Paid 4, alleges they made arrangements to have Jeezy perform the following day (June 19), shelling out money for a private jet for the rapper to avoid transportation issues. According to the suit, Jeezy missed the flight and later can celed his performance. Paid 4 is seeking $75,000 in damages. Though he was finally given a November release for his fifth solo album, 50 Cent is still at odds with his home record label Interscope Records. In a recent interview, 50 implied that he could part ways with the label following his album if things don't go his way. so CENT Jill Scon Aims For First u.s. Chart-Topper LOS ANGELES --R&B singer Jill Scott could be on the verge of earning her first No. 1 album on the U.S. pop album chart with her first re lease in four years. Industry sources suggest she could sell as many as 125,000 copies of "The Light of the Sun" by week's end on Sunday. Scott previously went as high as No. 3 with 2004's "Beautifully Human: Words and Sounds Vol. 2." r 0 c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z ""C c: m r Cii ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c :::0 6

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'P"' 'P"' ::J '"") >.;' a: LL Transformer: Dark Of The Moon Great action and a better script than the last. A little long -2 hrs./ 40 mins. Should be Shia LaBoeuflast scream for Optimus Prime. Must See! **** Cars 2 -Kids and adults will love this Pixar animation. Better than the first. No. 1 at box office. Made $63M. (Budget N/A). ***112 Bad Teacher Cameron Diaz scores in this funny comedy about a bad teacher trying to catch the man of her dreams. Made $31M. (Budget N/A). ***lf2 Green Lantern Ryan Reynolds stars in this DC comic book movie about an Air Force pilot chosen to be a superhero. Had a chance to be great, but the storyline was average. More action would have been nice. Made $88M. (Budget $2ooM). **112 Mr. Popper's Penguins Jim Carrey and computer generated penguins equal a so-so comedy. Kids will love it, but adults may dose off on this one. Made $39M. (Budget $50M). **112 Super 8 -A group of kids use their 8 millimeter camera to shoot a movie but ended up captur ing something Super. Take your kids to Muvico Starlight and watch it in the D-Box seating (Extra $5). This is the bomb! Also, watch the movie after the credits: Made $95M. (Budget $5oM). ***112 Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer-Can't say to catch it on video. Wasted Money! Made $13M. (Budget $2oM). X-Men: First Class How it all started. The movie might be the best of the X-Men series. A little long (2 hrs./11 mins.) but very good storyline and action. Made $132M. (Budget $16oM).**** The Hangover Part II The crew flies to Bangkok for another unforgettable wild weekend to see their friend, Stu get married. The first movie was funnier but this one is crazier. Made $243M. (Budget $8oM). *** Kung Fu Panda 2-Po (voice of Jack Black) and his Kung Fu friends set out to stop an evil peacock trying to conquer China. Kids will love this movie. Made $153M. (Budget $150M). ***112 Pirates Of The Caribbeans-Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) returns to find the Fountain Of Youth. This movie dragged until the mermaids scene. Too long-2 hrs.j2o mins. Made $229M. (Budget $250M). *** Priest-The Priest (Paul Bettany) is on the hunt for his niece who is kidnapped by vampires. Should have left the cowboy concept out. Still had a lot of action. Made $27M. (Budget $6oM). *** Bridesmaid-A female version ofthe movie "Hangover." Very funny. Must-see for the ladies. Made $146M. (Budget $32M). **** 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 $207M. (Budget $125M). **** plus some. Keratin Treatments (Any Length) .......... $150 Retwist ....... $45 -$65 Sew-lns $95 ( 2 For $170) Sew In w/lnvisible Part $125 lnivisible Part Bond ln $65 Relaxer & Wrap ................. $45 Senegalese 1\Nist ............ $180 Jheri Curls ........................ $45 Bond lns .................... $55-$65 lnterlocks ................. $75 & UP Lashes ............................... $25 Sentinel Soap a13lessons learned' some Things Are Bener Len unsaid' Lesson5 Summary: Sharie learns that the sacrifices made ear lier in her marriage may have left her with the short end of the stick. The explosive secrets of her wealthy well-connected husband begin to roll out and Sharie wonders how she will deal with it. Vickie's bad boy pettish may have gone too far. A breakroom confession is confirmation of the weekend's events as some things are better left unsaid. For the full version of this week's Sentinel Soap... "813 Lessons Learned" check out our newest website @ www.flssentinelnow.com and click on 'Hot Topics.' Horoscopes Cancer (June 22-July 22) Share your passions, and they come back to you amplified. Keep the big picture in mind, and the sky's the limit. A mellow evening refreshes. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) No procrastinating for the next two days. Take on tasks you've been avoiding, one step at a time. Completing them provides relief and freedom. Reward your lighter heart with a walk outside. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -The party's on, and you're the life of it. You're in demand, and invitations abound. Dress up; launch a lucrative endeavor; and share the tender moments. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -You can handle a tough job now. Everything's possible. Relax with a loved one. Get a well deserved rest through relaxation and serene surroundings. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-If you've been waiting to go on an adventure, now it's the time. The most wonderful experi ence is waiting for you around the corner. Dreams come true. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-When John Lennon was asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, he responded, "Happy." What would it take? Inquire about your happiness. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Extra paperwork leads to extra profits. Accept a good suggestion from an unlikely source. Think of a service you can provide. Request what you need. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Take your work seriously, but don't forget to play. You're staking out new ground with steady effort. Keep up the movement, and put your heart in it. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-A difficult chore is almost fun. One thing leads to another, and soon the place is full of cre ative activity. Crazy fantasies seem possible. Aries (March 21-April19)-Check in with your family, just to say you care. Love's the game and prize. You're irre sistible, ask for what you want, be thankful for what you've got. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-You make it look easy. Re ally it's simple because you love it so much. Immerse yourself in curious fascination and in practicing your skills. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -Get lost in beauty, wherever you find it. True love gets revealed in an unexpected place. Savor the moment by living it to the fullest. Take pictures. Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-Jake.asks Amanda if they should start trying for another baby; Asher unexpectedly kisses Colby and wants to make love; Jesse questions Jane about the kid napping. Dixie may wake up; Kendall admits to Greenlee that she misses Griffin; Erica is knocked unconscious. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Stephanie finds herself in a sticky situation; Amber feels threatened when she meets her baby's paternal family; Thomas tries to justify to Dayzee why he lied about what happened on the island; Hope reveals to Liam her recent stance on sleeping together. Stephanie feels torn as she weighs Taylor's happiness against Brooke's pain; Dayzee tries to convince Thomas to confess his lie to Ridge and Taylor; Bill questions Liam about Ridge and Brooke's breakup; Thomas tells Stephanie that Dayzee knows the truth. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-NO UPDATES AVAILABLE. GENERAL HOSPITAL Lucky gets a surprise visit; the bitterness of Carly and Jax's custody battle extends into Sonny and Brenda's relationship; Robin and Patrick narrow down the list of people who almost killed Siobhan. Dante tracks Lulu down in her motel room and urges her to give up the search for Luke; Jason talks about his future with Sam; Sonny threatens Spinelli, who clumsily tries to shoot him. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Natalie and Brody make the decision to pursue a relationship; Todd gets drunk and tells Marty's se cret to Vimal; Starr gives Jack sisterly advice. Brody hears shocking information; Ford makes a heartfelt appeal to Jessica; Joey opens up to Kelly about his feelings for her. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Both Victor and Tucker have offers for Ashley; Sharon accepts a date with Sam. Jack and Phyllis disagree about Lucy; Sharon and Sam give in to pas sion. OUR Trauma Individuals How To Gain self Confidence And Become Productive Members Of Society. OUR GOAL: To Inspire Victims Of Domestic Violence, Molestation, Drug Abuse And Autistic Teens To Become SeH-Sufficient For Detailed Information Please leave A Message With Your Contact Information And Someone Will Contact You With 72 Hours

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Funerals/Memoriams MR. WILLIE C. BRYANT Funeral services for Mr. Willie C. Bryant of Tampa who passed away on Saturday, June 25, 2011, will be held on Saturday, July 2, 2011, at 10 a.m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. Michael Neely, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Willie Bryant was born on February 12, 1937 He leaves to cherish his memories: his -companion, Queen Moreno; his children, Bell Bryant, Willia Bryant and Jackie Bryant; stepchildren, Howard Turner, Laura Moreno, Lucious (Hannah), Herbert Turner and Gerald; grandchildren, Lucious, Kala, Randa, Pahill, Donald, Brittany and Tiffany; brother, Charles Bryant; sisters, Blondell, Clevis, Pat, Betty and Pit; nieces, Latoya and Lashay; cousin, Sharon; other relatives and friends, Steve, Bear, Walt, Glenn, Carlos, Bland, Glenn; Benn, Billy, Bird, Carlos, James, Rick, Cookies, Little Bit, Ruben, Eddie, Joe, Joe, Peanut, Davie, Willie, D. D., Mrs. Maxine, Queen, Shorty and Big Man; and a host of other family and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, July 1, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel at 9:45 a. m. for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. ROBERTA BURKS 'HONEY' Funeral services for Mrs. Roberta Burks "Honey" of Tampa, who passed away on Thursday, June 23, 2011, will be held on Saturday, July 2, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. Gregory T. Hill, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mrs. Roberta Burks was born on August 28, 1922, in Waycross, Georgia, to the late Lucy and Eugene England. Mrs. Burks was the owner of Burks Boarding Home and has taken care of people all of her life. Upon coming to Tampa, she found more family from the love she showed others. She was preceded in death by: herparents;husband,Crawford Burks; children, Lula McDowell and Joann Willis; sister, Janie Thornton; and nephew, Crawford McDowell. She leaves to cherish her memories: her children, Daniel Burks, Gloria Faye Spike (Reuben Green), Helen Simmons, Johnny Hodgeson, Patricia Jackson, Abraham Ruffin, Merriett Simmons (Wanda), Danny Ruffin, Shawn (Reia) Tambie, Phillip Lakeman, Joseph Willis, and Paul Anderson; grandchildren, Dalphne McDowell, Rolinda McDowell, Fabrena McDowell, Quiana Roberta Spires, Skura Harper (Terrence), James Delain, Sammy Spires, Cindy Robinson, Sylvia Willis and James Willis; great grandchildren, Marcus Delain, Trev'on Robinson, Ciara Robinson, Leon Bright, Sr., Darria Pinkney, Latrice Chisum, Samuel Spires, Salea Spires, Jermaine Michael, Sabrina, Peaches and Johnny Jameson, Leon Bright, Roberta Bright, Syria Bright, Lenyra Bright, Eunice Marshall, Ryen Jackson, Rashaunda Chisum, Kevin Cane and Donna Chisum; nieces, Bobbie McCloud and Mary Russ; and a host of other nieces, nephews and cousins. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, July 1, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 5:30-6:30 p. m Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel at 1:45 p. m. for the service on Saturday AIKENS F UNERAL H OM E FUNER A L CRISIS CRF.MATIO N PRICE S HARMON LFD.813 626 JAMES HARMON LF 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 D MR. EARL GRAHAM, SR. 'CIGAR' Funeral services for Mr. Earl Graham "Cigar," ofTampa, who passed away on Wednesday, June 22, 2011, will be held on Saturday, July 2, 2011, at 12 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. William Leonard, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Earl Graham, Sr. was a native of Lamont, FL, where he attended the public schools of Jefferson County. He was born February 22, 1931, to the late Tommy and Emma (Mickens) Graham. They both preceded him in death along with: three brothers, Nathaniel, Lester, and Arthur Graham; and two sisters, Vester Scott and Rosena Graham. Earl loved gardening, going to the flea market and visiting family and friends. He will be best remembered for his '66 burgundy Chevy. He will be truly missed. He leaves to cherish his memories: his children, Earline Graham and Earl Graham, Jr.; grandchildren, Malachi Allen, Taurus Allen, NaniA. Graham, Joshua Graham, Sheena Graham and Mekka Mason; great grandchildren, Aiden Allen and Alissa Allen; brothers, Manuel Graham, Matthew Graham and wife, Arnie, and Tommy Graham and wife, Ester; sisters, Vernell Young and Ethel Pyron and husband, Collie; brotherin-law, Richard Scott; sister-inlaw, Ethel Mae Graham; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; and special friends, Ford, L. J. and Hubert. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, July 1, 2011, from 5-8 p.m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel at 11:45 a. m. for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME IN MEMORIAM BERNIDA SMITH 7-11 Dear Mother, never a day passes that we don't think of your smile and warm, caring ways We miss you. The Smith family. Ms. Marie Daniels of Tampa, passed away Friday, June 17, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 2, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church, 1902 West LaSalle Street, with Rev. Gregory V. Gay, Sr., pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Ms. Marie Daniels was born October 18, 1953, in Tampa, to Mr. Theren Daniels and Mrs. Charlie Mae Wilson. She was educated in the Hillsborough County Public School System. She leaves to cherish her memory: her mother, Charlie Mae McGill (Jerome McGill-deceased); father, Theren Daniels; daughter, Tina Giles (Billy W. Giles); father of Tina Giles, WUlie J. Crawford (deceased); grandchildren, Devin A. Giles, Jarvis D. Giles, Teanna M. Giles, Shatara W. Giles, Billy K. D. Giles and Armesha L. Giles; great grandchildren, Demarria Dean and Terriel Kelley; sisters, Arletha Franklin, Norma Jean Goods, Shirley Daniels and Debra Muon (Herman Muon); brother, Theren Daniels, Jr.; a hostofniecesandnephews; and special friends, Debra Ann Caldwell, Brenda Murphy Gail Jones, Tennell Winston and Gene. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, July 1, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MR. ROBERT L. PEACOCK, SR. Funeral services for Mr. Robert L. Peacock, Sr. will be held Friday, July 1, 2011, at the Florida National Cemetery, at 1 p.m. Services entrusted to MEADOWS FUNERAL HOME OF AL BANY, INC., 315 S. Madison St., Albany, GA 31701. MR. WILLIE LEE JACKSON Mr. Willie Lee Jackson of 4308 Ginger Cove Drive, #B, Tampa, 33634, passed away Friday, 17, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 2, 2011 at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Frank Williams, Sr., officiating. Mr. Willie Jackson was anative of Wellborn, FL, and a resident of Tampa for 49 years. He attended Blake Senior High School, and was a member of Mount Olive Baptist Church. He was employed as a panel board operator at Nutrena Feeds (Cargill). He leaves to cherish his mem-.., :D c c:.. c: !:( ..... 1\) 0 ..... ..... .., r 0 c )> en m z :::t z m r m c: r r z ory: 3 daughters, Tina (Vander) Williams, Joann Jackson and Latecia (Joel) Shack; the mother of his children, Laverne Johnson; 8 siblings, Robert, Benjamin, Tony (his twin), Joe, Charlie, Ollie Mae and Louise Jackson and Frances Poole;. 5 grandchildren, Eric, Tiron and Darrious Wise and Robert, III and Destiny Bowe; t .step granddaughter, Ebony Williams; 6 great grandchildren; and a host of many nieces and nephews, "tJ other relatives and friends. 5j The remains will repose after r 5 p. m., Friday, July 1, 2011, at Ci) Ray Williams Funeral Home, ::::t 301N.HowardAvenue. m Arrangements entrusted to C RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL m HOME, Rhodes & Northern, < Owners. www.raywilliamsfu m neralhome.com RETHA ROBINSON HALL 5/12/27-7/2/10 Our lives go on without you, but nothing is the same. We have to hide our heartaches when some speak your name. Sad are the hearts that love you; silent, tears that fall. Living our hearts without you, is the hardest part of all. Forever in our hearts, Narcis Hall Hooks, Patricia Hall Louisy and Andreatha Hall-Reeves, daughters; and Samuel Louis Hooks, grandson. c: m en c )> z c .., :D c ..... CD I )>

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Geraldine Jackson of Tampa, passed away June 18, 2011. Homegoing celebration for Jenkins, whom God sent angels to escort home, will Sabirday, July 2, 2011, p. m. at College Hill Church In Christ, 6414 North Street, pastor, Elder Davis, with Dr. Robinson, Pastor of Mark Baptist Church, Quincy, FL, officiating. Inter::C ment will follow in Rest Haven C Memorial Park. it Mrs. Jenkins was born SepLL tember 8, 1948, in St. PetersC burg, FL, but was a resident of z for 51 years. She at-<( Leto High School and College Hill Church of God in '"" Christ. She was employed as a C attendant at Clarion CJ) Gardens. She was preceded in death 1-her mother, Mother Louve-> P. Jackson; father, Elder a: C. Jackson; son, W B. Jenkins; and > brtlltl1ter, William A. Jackson. W She leaves-to cherish her C her loving children, son, Gabe E. Jenkins and CJ) daughter, Rosa Lee Daniels; :::::l brothers, Kenneth E. Jackson, a1 Charles E. Jackson and wife, ::l Lynda, and Donald C. Jackson Q. and wife, Belinda, all of Tampa; Z sisters, Gayle Stone and comj:: panion, Cornell, and Charlene W Cannedy and husband, Rev. ..I ..I Cli iffrtrd Cannedy, all of St. Pe-::llte,rsli>UJr2. FL, Juanita Jackson al Moines, lA, Pauline Jack-....1 and Judith Jamison and W Michael, all ofTampa; of nieces, nephews, !2;: and other sorrowing W ; special friends, the CJ) family of College Hill i Of God In Christ, John-C Rose and family, Edna it and family, the Liv-0 ingston, Nix and James fami....1 lies; and a host of other family LL and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, July 1, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the will receive friends from 6-7p.m. Family and friends are asked assemble at the church at 1:45 p. m., Saturday, July 2, 2011. Arrangements entrusted to Y WILLIAMS FUNERAL Rhodes & Northern, www.raywilliamsfu-Ms. Melanie C. Troupe of 452 Barbara Street, Wadley, GA, passed away Friday, June .24, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 2, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 East Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, with Rev. Eugene Garnett, Sr., pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Ms. Melanie Troupe was anative of Tampa and a resident for 20 years. She attended Jefferson High School, and was a member of Brinson Hill Missionary Baptist Church. She was employed as a sales associate at CitiTrends. She was preceded in death by her sister, Asia Troupe. She leaves to cherish her memory: a child, Malachi Troupe; mother, Stephanie Staples; father, Cedrick Troupe (Altonsa); sisters, Jalencya Riley (Brandon), Shalencya Carr (Ron), Elexxia Spike (Keith), Cedrrielle Troupe, Danasheia Troupe, Ireland Troupe, Natalia Troupe, Sayron Troupe and Na Kayla Troupe; brothers, Stravaski Thomas (Theresa), Charles Staples, Jr., Labron Troupe and Stephen Daniels; _grandparents, Frankie Mae Oglesby (George), Jeff Laster, Jr. (Joyce), Robert Troupe, Sr. and Henrietta Walton (Julious); uncles, Lorenzo Laster, Sr. (Jackie), Jeffery Laster (Jackie), Robert Troupe, Jr., Dwayne Washington, George Oglesby, Jr. and Remus Bulmer; aunts, Brenda Carr, Phyllis Thomas, Shirlinda Sanford, Donnie Patrell Wadley, Darlene Babineaux, Twila Troupe (Horatio), Lucrecia Troupe (Edward), Nicole Troupe, Julia Frazier (John), Roycyne Smith (Roe), Shonta Oglesby, LaTanya Bulmer, Rhonda Richardson (Delroy) and Yolanda Oglesby; nieces, Stranesha Thomas, Stephanie Thomas, Mar'Nae Thomas, Jyana Troupe, Tiasia Troupe; nephews, Ja'Shawn Bennefield, Ja Merious Bennefield and Tavaris Troupe; special cousins, Frederick Thoma'>, Monica Lane, Terry Thomas, Destinee Laster, Sinead Shaw, Breonna Bailey Borders, Lorenzo Laster, Jr. and Miesha Lane; and special friends, Paris Williams and Asia Williams. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, July 1, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com .. .. 301 North Howard Avenue <( I 0 t'\1 w e, Tampa, FL33606 ... Phone: 813.25 3.3419 Fox: 813.251.4912 Ms. Carrie A. White of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, June 21, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, July 2, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, with Pastor T. D. Leonard, officiating. Interment will follow in Oakland Cemetery in Haines City, FL. Ms. Carrie A. White was born March 15, 1903, to Elizabeth White and John White in Coosawhatchee, South Carolina. She was educated in the public schools of South Carolina. She was joined in holy matrimony to Ben Washington, Sr. Carrie was preceded in death by: 5 daughters, Addie Hutchinson, Bennie Mae Clark, .Arementha Cummings, Barbara Henderson and Willie Pearl Hobbs; and two grandsons, Darryl Washington and John L. Jones. She leaves to cherish her fond memory: a loving and devoted son, Ben Washington (Hazel); 14 grandchildren, Valerie Matthews, Regina Dickens (Gerald), Gerald Clark (Sharon), Awanda Cummings, Shonda Cummings, Jim and Jeff Henderson, Deidra Daniel, Zandreal Washington, Derek Washington, Vette Albmry, AI:jelyia Aikens, Ashley Fant and Alex Hobbs; 20 great grandchildren and 6 great-great grandchildren; a loving sister, Margaret Singleton of Haines City, FL; 3 sons-in-law, Cecil Hobbs of Winter Haven, FL, Roosevelt Cummings of Sanford, FL, and Jim Henderson of Rochester, NY; a loving cousin, Louverine Townsend (Grady) of Detroit, MI; a special nephew, Nathaniel Washington (Bernadette); and a host of other family members and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, July 1, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhmne.com Funeral services for Solomon L. Partin, who expired June 24, 2011, will be held Saturday, July 2, 2011, at 2 p.m. at Brown's Memorial Church Of God In Christ, Bishop Matthew Williams, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Brother Solomon LaKing Partin was born January 17 1991, in Tampa, to Bro. Samuel and Sis. Linda Partin. He was affectionately known as "Sol" by his friends. Solomon was a member of Brown Memorial Church, where Bishop Matthew Williams is Pastor. Solomon loved his Pastor and First Lady. He attended schools in Hillsborough Cot.inty and was a 2009 graduate from Bloomingdale High School (home of theBulls). He was known by some of his teachers at the Gentle Giant. Solomon played right guard on the varsity football team, he was a shot-putter, he was on the track and field team and he videoed the junior varsity basketball games. Solomon was a member of the Fellowship Christian Association, he worked with the Feed the Hungry Ministries and he also was a part of the Outreach Ministry for Wiiming Souls for Christ. Solomon had a website on YouTube, ministering the word of God and a texting ministry where he would send out script1Ires and words of encouragement to many. He was employed as a SecUJrity Guard at the Brandon Mall. Solomon loved the Lord with all of his heart and soul; his desire was to become a Minister. He was attending the Evangelical University and Seminary. On Friday, June 24, 2011, Solomon was called home. He will be missed by many. He was preceded in death by: his paternal grandmother, Mother Dolly Mae Partin; and maternal grandfather, Milton Peoples, Sr. DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT MAESTRO LAWRENCE L. POPE, SR. November 2, 1924-June 27, 2011 Maestro Lawrence L. Pope, Sr. passed on to be with the Lord on Monday, June 27th at Apollo Health and Rehab Center in St Petersburg. A 1949 graduate of Florida A&M University, Mr. Pope's music teaching career spanned from Polk County to Pinellas County. Retiring from the Pinellas County School System in 1982, Mr. Pope fulfilled a musical legacy as Orchestra and Band Director. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Creal Funeral Home, St. Petersbmrg, FL. Solomon leaves fond memories with: his mother, Linda Partin; father, Samuel Partin, Sr.; three brothers, Samuel, Jr., Steven and Shedrick; maternal grandmother, Minnie Peoples; paternal grandfather, Elder Preston Partin, Sr. (Betty) of New York; uncles, Preston; Jr. of Idaho, Anthony Gilyard of New Jersey, Elder Nathaniel Partin (Carolyn), Elder Milton Peoples, Jr. (Gloria), and Alonzo Peoples (Twanda), all of Tampa; aunts, Ruthie Williams (Alvin), Dorothy Flucker (Fred), and Arlatha Overstreet (Walter, Jr.), all of Tampa; great aunts, Ann Williams of Pensacola, Martha Williams of Jacksonville, Julia Mae Burrough ofB&mingham, AL, Elma Hixon of Monroeville, AL, Alice Pug, Thelma Peoples of Tampa, and Alice Robinson (Calvin) of California; and great uncles, Walker Peoples (Lillie), Hazely and Robert Peoples of Tampa, and Joe Fails of Pensacola. He also leaves to cherish his memories: 28 cousins; godmother, Mother R. Pierce; godbrother, Reginald Stone, Jr.; spiritual parents, Bishop and Mother H. L. Simpson; and a host of extended family and friends. The remains will repose Friday, July t, 2011, fro!Jl 4-7 p. m. at Brown's Memorial Chapel, 2324 E. 27th Avenue, Tampa. The family will receive friends from 5:30-6:30 p. m. WOODY'S FUNERAL HOME MR. GREGORY G. SMITH Mr. Gregory G. Smith passed away. A memorial service will be conducted Sat1Irday, July 2, 2011 at 4 p. m. at Agape Ministries Church, 5112 N. 34th Street, (corner of 34th and McBerry), Elder A. L. Wingfield, pastor/minister, and Mrs. M. Mansell, officiating. Mr. Gregory Smith was a lifelong resident of Tampa. He was born May 18, 1956 to the late Mr. D. Smith and Dorothy P.Ming. He was preceded in death by: both parents; brother, David Moore; sister, Beverly Parker; uncle, William Ming; and cousins, Mike Ming, Rick Ming and Marie Ming. .He attended public schools in Lakeland, FL, and worked at odd jobs. Cherished will be with all who knew him. He was loved by all who came in contact with him. Mr. Smith is free. He leaves to cherish fond memories: son, Gregory Smith, Jr.; Shaw Smith; 3 siblings; aunt, Sarah Dawkins; niece and nephew, Daniel, David Moore, Shaw, Paviale, Sandra and Katrina, all of Tampa; cousins, Felicia Acosta and husband, Danny; godson, Horace Daniel; and a host of other relatives and friends. Special acknowledgement to: Woody's Funeral Home, Agape Ministries, First John, Pas.tor G. Hill, Danny Acosta and wife, Felicia Acosta. Second Corinthian 9:6-8. WOODY'S FUNERAL HOME

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Funerals/Memoriams MR. JOSEPH SANDERS, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Joseph Sanders, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away on Monday, June 27, 2011 will be held Saturday, July 2 2011, at 11 a.m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Bishop Arthur Lee Robinson, officiating. Bishop Sylvester Banks will be the eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Joseph Sanders, Sr. was a native of Donalsonville, Georgia. He was born on January 12, 1916. Mr. Sanders was a Longshoreman and retired in 1978. He loved fishing, fixing and repairing radios and televisions. He was preceded in death by: his loving wife, Fannie L. Sanders; his father, Burl Sanders; his mother, Eva Pearl Sanders; and son, James L. Sanders. He will be missed by family and friends. He leaves to cherish memories of him: his sons, Joseph Sanders, Jr., Ulysses Sanders (Laurie) and Billie Sanders; daughters, Mary Sanders-Smith and Linda J. Sanders-Rogers, all of Tampa; grandchildren, Patricia Gibbs, Dorlinda Sanders, Marion S. Lewis, Deneah D. Sanders-Hardie, Jacinda M. Myers-Sanders, Terry Sanders, Hariena Simms Ashwood, Darrin Lott, Tineka Bell and Jamel Davis; a brother, Napolean Sanders of Birmingham, AL; COU!!ins, William Lat.timore, Thomas Mitchell, Ruth Mitchell, Jeanette Mitchell and Delores Boyer of NJ; 2nd cousins, Earl ,Mincy (Karen), Elaine, Sharon and Barbara (Earl); sisters-in-law, Ruth Moore, Lula Hunter and Essie D. Roberson; a host of great grandchildren, nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Viewing will be held Friday, July 1, 2011, from 5-9 p. m. and the wake will be from 7-8 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home. Friends are asked to meet at the funeral home at 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com 'Earth has no sorrow that heaven can not heal.' MRS. LORENE ALLEN COVINGTON A celebration of life for Mrs. Lorene Allen Covington who passed away on Tnesday, June 21, 2011, will be held Saturday, July 2, 2011 at 11 a. m. at Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 4008 Dr. C. P. Epps Drive, Tampa, with Rev. C. P. Epps, pastor, officiating. Interment will be held at Myrtle Hill Cemetery, 4207 E. Lake Avenue, Tampa, immediately following the celebration. Lorene A. Covington was born May 8, 1930, to the late Isaiah and Febbie Allen in Sylvania, GA. She was educated in the public schools of Screven County. She was joined in holy matrimony to Marion Covington on November 23, 1948. Six children were born to this union. The family relocated to Tampa in 1957 She was converted at an early age and was a devoted and faithful member of Mt. Olive M. B. Church. She served with the #1 Choir. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Isaiah and Feehie Allen; brothers, Thomas, Henry, Leo, Isaiah, Jr., and John Allen; and sisters, Mamie Allep., Carrie Johnson, Elizabeth Allen, Rosa Bell Samuels, and Alberta Allen. She leaves to cherish her memories: a devoted and loving husband of sixty-two years, Marion Covington, Sr.; children, Mary Mouling, Marian Farmer (Daughtry), Patricia Johnson (Bryant), Alonzo Covington (Victoria), Marion Covington, Jr. (Melissa), and Theresa Evans (David); grandchildren, Mario Covington, Sr., Latreal Covington, Ashley Dublin, Allen Covington, Aaron Covington, Alicia Hall, Ashley Hall, Andrea Mitchell, Jontavias Mitchell, .and India Bennett; great grandchildren, Marquissa, Markiyah, Marquae, Mario, Jr., and Demarien Covington; sisters-in-law, Laura McGee (Eddie) Chicago, IL, Anna Covington of Savannah, GA, and Georgia Mae Covington; brother-in-law, Elijah Covington; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. The remains will repose on Friday, July 1, 2011, at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, from 5-8 p. m. The family will rec.eive friends from 6-7p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a. m. on Saturday for the service. A HARMON BURIAL MISS LASHA WN YVETTE ROBERTS Homegoing services for Miss LaShawn Yvette Roberts who passed away Saturday, Jtme 18, 20, 11, at her residence, will be held Saturday, July 2, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue, Rev. Albert Gallmon, Jr., pastor, Bishop Saughanto Austin, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa. LaShawn was a member of Ministry Of Spirit And Truth International, where Bishop Austin is the Pastor. She attended Camiti, where she completed the 1oth grade. She was preceded in death by: brother, Ira D. Roberts, III; aunt, Elizabeth Roberts; great aunts, .Latricia Monroe (Coy Brooks), Lovenia Wunberly and Elizabeth "Lucy" Garrett (Tommy Tncker); great-great aunts, Ruth Mitchell and Beulah Anderson of Auburndale, FL; and cousins, Natue A. Williams, Penneisha Wimberly and Za'Conyae Brazelton. She leaves to cherish her memory: a loving mother, Margaret Ann Lewis (Winston); father, Ira D. Roberts, Jr. (Terri); sister, Iresha Roberts; brothers, Marcus Lewis and Devonte Currie; maternal grandmother, Sarah Edwards; maternal grandfather, Joe Edwards, Auburndale, FL; paternal grandmother, Essie Reese (Johnnie); paternal grandfather, Ira Roberts, Sr. (JaFar); aunts, Tina Edwards, Margaret A. Roberts, Essie Winkfield (Momagal), Anita Heyward, Pastor Marion Crawford (Roosevelt) of Tampa, and Joann Crumbly (Bryan), Waynesboro, GA; uncles, John Evans, M;ichael Evans (Pauline) of Tallahassee, FL, Bennie Boyd, Willie L. Boyd, .AJ).tonio Powell, Dysa Ali Jafar, Dave Evans (Patricia), Eddie Evans (April) and Ira Roberts (Jafar); very special first cousins, Demetris Edwards (Missa) oflrvin, Texas, Danielle Edwards Jenkins (Isaiah), Devaris Edwards (Dominique) of Tampa, Michael Evans, Jr., C. J. Evans, M. T. Evans, Maria Evans, and Jessica Evans of Tallahassee, FL; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation for Miss LaShawn Yvette Roberts 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 7-8 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a. m. on Saturday for the service. A HARMON BURIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM Remembering you on your 40th birthday. We love and miss you so much, Iii brother. R.I.P. Love, your sister, Pia, Ma; brother, Doctor-Reginald; nephews, Jordon; and nieces, Sierr!lh and Randa. HAROLD BUTLER BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MARLO L. GIBSON July2, 1978 Happy 33rd birthday, Baby. We miss and love you always, but we know you are safe with Jesus. Your memorial garden for you and your friends that went to heaven before you is almost finished. A gift of love from your family. Kiss everyone and tell them we miss them so much and we all will meet again someday. Kiss Jesus, Fleichia, Shannon, Kema and my nephew,Kendrell Lockett. (Love never dies) The families. A BIRTHDAY AND lOVING MEMORIAM FOR DAVID ANDERSON 6/30/40 -7/4/04 If words could only tell you all the love that went your way, then David, you'd still be here today. God needed you to come His way. He reached out His hands, with the master plan and took you home to stay. Wife, Lavonne; son, Reggie and Fredricka; and granddaughter, Fredreanna. ...... 1\) 0 ...... ...... "11 r 0 :2 c l> en m z :::! z m r m c: r r z "tt c: m c en ::::t m c m < m ::rJ -< -4 c: m en c l> z c "11 ::rJ c G) m N ...... I l>

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Memoriams/Cards of Thanks ,.. < I N N w BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MINNIE MAE MCGIVENS And HUSBAND A very, very special birthday wish to a wonderful woman, our mother. Mom, while you celebrate in heaven with our heavenly father, your kids and grandkids will rejoice here on earth. We will try our best to be happy on your birthday. Love, your beautiful kids. R.I.P. MINNIE MAE MCGIVENS Happy birthday to our mother, Minnie Mae McGiven. You're forever missed. Love, your leading ladies, Linda, Lisa and Bana. We're not just in your neighOOrhood. lJJ' We're part of your community. Being located in your corrimunity and being an active member of it are two very different things. As your neighborhood funeral home we're honored to serve you both through funeral care and community involvement. Call.us to learn how we can serve you further. FUNERAL HOME 300.'1 N. 29th St Tampa, (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 CARD OF THANKS PATRICKJ. PORTEUS The family of Patrick J. Porteus would like to thank everyone for their love, prayers and support during our bereavement in the loss of a loving father, son, brother and friend. THANK.YOU MRS. WINDELON TOLBERT SEYMORE We, thefamilyofthelate Mrs. Seymore, extend our sincerest gratitude to everyo;o.e for all the thoughtful and considerate acts and kind gestures shown to our family during the loss of our loved one. We appreciate each and every one of you. CARD OF THANKS LILLIAN HARRIS CUSSEAUX The family of Lillian Harris Cusseaux, acknowledges with gratitude and appreciation, the many acts of kindness shown to them during the demise of our loved one. The cards, florals, telephone calls, prayers, visits and other sympathetic gestures were deeply appreciated. Each kind expression of sympathy has been a source of comfort to us. May God bless each of you and keep you in His care. Harris and Cusseaux families. CARD OF 11ANKS DANNIE MAJORS Dear Friends/Family, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for the thought-ful gifts you sent. The flowers and plants truly brightened the room and lifted our mood. Thank you so much for your kind words, warm laughter, your generous gifts, and most of all, for your friendship. Knowing you will miss Dannie makes our burden a bit easier to bear. Sincere regards, the family. Special thanks to: St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks; Aikens Funeral Home, Yvonne and La CherylAikens;FederaiBureau of Investigation; Department of Transportation: Motor Carrier Compliance Office, Tampa Field Office; Big John's Bar-BQue, Woodlands Subdivision, Manrice Jackson, Sol Davis, Ronald Filmore and Vinchea Kelley. HAPPY BIRTHDAY WILLIE EVANS July3, 1951 Hear my prayer, 0 Lord and let my cry come unto thee. PSALM 102:1. Always and forever: Jackie, Jowania, Chuckie, Justin, Jordan, Isba, Jay, Jay, ill, and Granny Bea! Out of the depths have I cried unto thee 0 Lord. PSALM 130:1. Sisters, Minnie and Martha; and brothers, Wardell, Johnny, Freddie, Jack and David. National Privata Prisons Spend Millions On Lobbving To P Mire People In Jail The Justice Policy Institute (JPI) released a report chronicling the political strategies of private prison companies "working to make money through harsh policies and longer sentences." The report s authors note that while the total number of people in prison in creased less than 16 percent, the number of people held in private federal and state facilities increased by 120 and 33 percent, correspondingly. Government spending on corrections has soared since 1997 by 72 percent, up to $74 billion in 2007. And the private prison industry has raked in tremen dous profits. Last year the two largest private prison companies Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) and GEO Group made over $2.9 billion in revenue. JPI claims the private industry hasn t merely responded to the nation's in carceration woes, it has actively sought to create the market conditions (ie. more prisoners) necessary to expand its business. According to JPI, the private prison industry uses three strategies to i nflu ence public policy : lobbying, direct campaign contributions, and networking. The three main companies have contn'buted $835,514 to federal candidates and over $6 million to state politicians.

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Crime Three Arrested For Insurance Fraud BELLA JENKINS TORRANCE BLAKE DAVID BALL Authorities have announc ed that three people have been arrested in an insurance fraud case. The trio allegedly stole thousands of dollars in auto mobile insurance premiums without providing drivers the coverage they were promised. Customers at Insurance Plus of Temple Terrace were led to believe they had purchased insurance, but in reality the suspects were taking the money, according to the Florida Department of Financial Services' Division of Insurance Fraud. Bella Jenkins, 45, Torrance Blake, 35, and David Ball, 43, were arrested last Thursday and later released on bond. Ball was charged with act ing as an insurance agent or adjuster and with insurance fraud. was charged with completing a false motor vehicle insurance application. Blake was charged wl.th selling insurance without a license, according to jail records. Investigators said victims discovered they did not have insurance after being pulled over for driving while having their license suspended because they did not have auto insurance. Others learned when they were contacted by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. State officials said Blake and Ball conducted insurance business without the required licenses when Jenkins, who was licensed, was absent. Witnesses reportedly told officials they received low priced quotes on the phone, only to arrive and be told they must pay more. Detectives Seek Same Suspect In Two Robberies These are surveillance photos of a man suspected of robbing two stores. PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriff's detectives are looking for a suspect in connection with two robberies that were committed on the same day in Largo. One occurred at a Dollar General and the other at a Hess Gas Station. The first robbery occurred at 12:30 p. m. on Thursday, June 23rd at the Dollar General on Semin.ole Boulevard. The second robbery occurred at 8:20 p. m. on June 23rd at the Hess Gas Station on Seminole Boulevard. In the first robbery, the suspect was seen fleeing on a black 26-inch mountain bike with BMX style handlebars and a black seat. In the sec ond robbery, the suspect was seen fleeing on foot. The suspect is described as a Black male, 5 9" tall weigh ing 260 pounds with salt and pepper hair. 11 lli\11 .. ll(tNI)S If You Want To Get Out In A Hurry Call PRESTO, I'll Be There For You!!! Preston Livingston Agent 813-248-9300 prestonbai lbonds@gmai I .com \';JI:i;ervlcln!'l Hillsborough, Manatee Pinella s & Polk County Available 24 Hours I 7 Days A W eek Police Investigate Shooting ROBERT LEE IVERY ... was shot in his home Tampa Police are investigat ing a shooting that occurred early Tuesday morning in the 4000 block of 29th Street. According to the report, a man knocked on the front door of a residence at 4013 North 29th Street and asked for Robert Lee Ivery, 58. The elderly owner of the home let the suspect in. As the suspect entered the residence, police said he con fronted Ivery, who was lying on the living room sofa. Police said the two men exchanged words and the sus pect shot Ivery in the abdomen and leg. The suspect fled the residence on foot. Ivery was hospitalized and no information is being released on his condition at this time. The shooting suspect is described as a Black male, 40 to 50 years old, 6 feet tall, and last seen wearing a blue and white striped shirt Police Ask For Help In locating Wanted Man RAYSHAWN HUFF LAKELAND -Lakeland Police are trying to locate Rayshawn Huff, 26. He currently has an active warrant for aggravated assault with a firearm and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. If you believe you know the where.abouts of Rayshawn Huff, call the Lakeland Police Department at (863) 834-6900. The deeds you do on this earth 4, 7, 9, 11 whether they are good 14, 19, 22, 25 or bad will follow you 28, 30, 33, 36 for the rest of your life 39.44.48,50 c Joint Investigation Results In Arrest c ...... In the beginning of June 2011, Investigators with the Target Corporation contacted the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and provided information about an individual stealing from several Target Stores and reselling the stolen property to D&L Paint and Body Shop, 401 East Henderson Avenue An undercover operation was initiated using new mer chandise provided by Target to sell as stolen merchandise to D&L Paint and Body Shop. During the investigation, detectives began selling the stolen items to a suspect later identified as Dwight Wilson. Wilson, 46, soon began instructing undercover detectives on what types of stolen property he wanted so he could sell the items in the future. After numerous hand to hand transactions with Wilson, a court authorized search warrant was executed. An estimated value of $8,ooo to $10,000 in merchandise was recovered including twelve stolen bicycles, two firearms, one of DWIGHT WILSON which was identified as being stolen during a residential burglary from the Brandon area. Drugs were also found ., inside the business to include rsmall amounts of crack and powder cocaine as well as 62 52 grams of non-prescribed Vicoden. Wilson was charged with Z dealing in stolen property, grand theft, possession of m cocaine, possession of drug 1 paraphernalia, and armed trafficking in illegal drugs. J= The investigation is contin-m uing and more-charges are pending. "'tJ c Ill suspects In Teen Murders Plead Not Guiltv gJ TAVARI GRANT In court Tuesday were the two men accused of murder ing a 16-year-old girl and her 13-year-old brother during a South Tampa home invasion robbery. Tavari Grant, 18, and Charles Waits, 19, report edly entered their pleas dur. ing an arraignment hearing. The judge set a status confer ence in the case for August 22nd CHARLES WAITS Last week, Grant and Waits were indicted on two counts of first-degree murder in the June 5th murders of Kiara and Jeremi Brito. Attorneys_ for Grant and Waits entered the not guilty pleas. Prosecutors have 45 days to determine whether they will seek the death penalty in the case. Sydel LeGrande, M.D. Is relocating to 1793 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa (33603) beginning 7/1/11. phone number remains the 813-226-4264. m 1\) w I )>

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Mr. and Mrs. William (Rosanna ) McCullough c e l e brated 60 yea rs of wed de d blis s r e cently. The c e leb r ation was a t th e College Hill Conf e r e nc e C enter. T h e McCulloughs are lon g time members of Colle ge Hill Chur c h of God in Christ and active in the community as m e m ber s of the Woodl a nd Community Crime Watch. (Photos b y Sylvester Harris) Anniversary honorees William and Rosanna McCullough with musicia n Maurice Jackson. Marlene Monroe sang iThe Lordis Prayer.i Mistress of. Ceremony Carrie Williams is at left. The McCulloughs' grandson, Maurice McCullough gave the opening prayer. The Hospitality Group included Pauline Jackson, Chloe' King and Carolyn Grant. The couple' s Pastor and First Lady joined them at the head table. From left, Elder Charles Davis, honorees William and Rosanna McCullough and Delores Davis. Some of the special guests in attendance were: Rose Marie Bessanf, Damaris Cannon, Sara Northern, David Northern and Carl Arenas. These guests are: Alvin Miller, Esther Miller, Vereene Jordan, Edward Jordan and Annie Laura Vaughn. Anniversary guests included members of the Wilson Funeral H ome staff: Maxine Toombs, Paulette Thomas and Curtiss Wilson.

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,.... c; Feature -! A Triple Threat Against Violence BYTAMECAJOHNSON a: LL Ill I N w (!) Freelance Writer The Power of 3 Campaign -lationships. The third pose is Do No Evil, which is self explana tory. It' s directed towards stopping b odily harm. hurting someone else they may be hurting themselves. I think the photos will make a lot of people want to make positive choices and that's something we need during this point in tim e." See No Evil, Speak No Evil, Do No Evil. Violence in the Tampa Bay area is now up against a triple threat. A campaign called The Power of 3 is aimed at putting a stop to vi olence and it uses pictures to get the message across. Twenty-four-year-old Nicole Kennerly came up with the idea. The Miami na tive and University of South Florida nursing school grad uate says that she was sparked by news reports of ongoing violence in the area, in particular, the recent po lice shootings in St. Peters burg. "I felt I had to do something. I felt someone needed to do something pos-' itive." The Power of 3 ad dresses the issue through three snapshots. "It's three combined poses that speak Enjoy The Holiday And Celebrate And Cherish The Freedoms We Have Everyday DORETHA EDGECOMB Hillsborough County School Board Chairman Rep. Betty Reed House Of Representatives District 59 out against violence," Kennerly says. The photos are now in print form being distributed on both sides of the Bay Kennerly began work on the project in April and al ready h a s 50 shots for print. Her goal is to use the photos to target students in area school districts. I think people will look at [the campaign] and say 'did I do something hurtful today?' Even if they're not Kennerly is using money from her job as a nurse at Windmoor Health Care in Clearwater to fund the project She is seeking sponsors to help broaden her work and plans to expand the campaign to the Atlanta area. The campaign is pre sented by b-unicque.com. "The first pose is See No Evil. We use a red ribbon {to cover the eyes of the model because] red is synonymous with violence. A lot of times people see things happening but turn the other way. summer Binhdav Bash For Charitv The second pose is Speak No Evil, targeting people who have negative things to say, people who are a part of verbally abusive reMidday Radio Host, Aminta of 96.1FM and 1150AM, WTMP Tampa, affection ately known by listeners as Tampa Bay's Midday !'de ttJ-tui.1,{ poa tmd JUHU' j/wu(p a tmd o/fa{p. !fiJkMe h onWe U//JYJ"7LI-di.1 Have a safe and enjoyable Fourth of July Holiday. Tampa City Councilman Frank Reddick District 5. Maven, is celebrating a 3-day charitable event at the Innis brook Golf and Spa Re sort. The event is planned for July 8-10, 2011. This exciting family friendly summer event will benefit two great organiza tions here in Tampa Bay, The PACE Center for Girls and Hope 2 Smiles, Inc. Pace Center for Girls pro vides girls & young women an opportunity for a better future through counseling and advocacy. Hope 2 Smiles, Inc. is an organization focusing its ef forts on the well-being and support of children, women and families The event will be a donation drop-off loca tion for PACE's "Love That Dress Event, on September 8, 2011. To kickoWthis weekend event sleeping rooms avail able at the special group rate (room reservation link avail able on Aminta's Facebook @ Aminta wTMP) you can opt to stay one night or both nights At least one night accommodations are required Wishing Everyone A Happy and Safe 4th Of July Councilwom a n Mary Mulhern Dis t rict 2

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Tampa Student Embarks On 20-Dav Australian Adventure f Alexis Veronica Sealey, a 12-year-old student at Ben Hill Middle School left on Monday, June 27, 2011 for a 20-day Australian Adventure with the People to People Stu dent Ambassador Program She will travel with 16 other students from the West Florida area and a total of 30 students fr o m Florida They will be particip a ting in activities such as learning the sport of cricket cruising Sydney Harbor, abseiling down the Blue Mountains surfing lessons and surfing on Bondi Beach. They will take a backstage tour of the famous Sydne y Opera House assist in the research of bottled nosed dolphins on Moreton Island. They will also enjoy a sleepover at the UnderWater World Aquarium, visit Bris bane and Yippmi's schools for peace luncheons, explore a crocodile farm, explore Olsen's Capicorn Caves, visit a sugar cane farm, meet with Aus. tralian government represen tatives, enjoy a home and farm stay, sky rail across the rain forest, cruise and snorkel the great barrier reef, cruise the rain forest in a WWII am phibious vehicle, visit a wildlife sanctuary, learn to throw a boomerang, play a didgeridoo and create aborigi-ALEXIS SEALEY nal art with the Pamagirri Aboriginies and particip ate in a traditional Aussie Bush Dance. Sealey was speciall y se lected to participate in the ed ucational travel program and will complete academic re quirements related to the pro gram's culture and he ritage excursions. She participated in several orientation meet ings with program leaders l!.nd fellow delegates to learn about Australia _and to prepare for the journey. Sealey is a member of Re vealing Truth Ministries where she is an active member of the television ministry and MO TIONS. She also produces, di rects and anchors her school's morning show, runs track, is in FBLA and AVID, plays the piano and is currently a deputy black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Sealey is more than ex cited about this dream oppor tunity and when asked how she feels about her journey she simply smiled and stated, I can t wait, but I'm going to miss my mommy. Alexis' de sires to pursue a degree in Ed ucation from USF and become a middle school international Language Arts teacher. Alexis is the daughter of Charlene Dorsey and Kevin Sealey. The family expresses gratitude to those who !:( contributed to making this trip a success for Alexis. For more details about Alexis and her journey, visit her website (lt: www aussieboundlexi.home stead.com. 4th of July Holiday Collection Schedule In observance of the 4th of Jul y Holiday on Monday, July 4 2011, there will not be any residential collection services includ ing househo l d garbage yard waste recycling and blue box recycling services. Residential coll e ct i on services will resume on your next regularly schedl!led collect i on _day. Monday --+-Thursday Tuesday --+-Friday Thursday --+-Monday Friday --+-Tuesday Note: Collection servlu lor Thanksgiving and Christmas wiU l'eSUtMon following !II holkkly. N-TamJHI residents, p/flt1Se contact Hillsborough County 541/d Wam at (8 1 3) 212 5680 for your resickntial collection schedule. att.com "11 r-0 :!! en m z .... z m r-aJ c r rm ::f z ., c m r-Cii ::1: m c m < m .... c m en c > z c "11 :c c II:C-!C-!JJiltg II ill tC)IIC:It With or without wires, it's what we do at AT&T. Always. C> 2011 AT&T Intellectual Property All rights reserved Rethink Possible

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Birthda Greetin s 0 a: LL. 0 z <( 0 CJ) w :::) w > w 0 w l: en ::i m :::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J :::) m Happy Birthdav,Tova QUIT A, REDD, MEKA, TISHA And BALAAN Ms. Magnificent MEKA, QUITAAnd TOYA Hurry home, sis. We love and miss you! Love, your biggest fans, Quita and Meka. CARMELLO HENRY Happy 1st birthday to my Mello, wishing you many, many more. It's party time!! Love. G-mommy and G daddy. Shout Out GILLY BOY 7-2 Sending a shout out to our nephew. Enjoy your day. Love, Brisco and Yoli. PRINCESS PINAMANG Happy birthday, Princess, whose birthday was June 30th. We love you!! From, Nana and all the rest of your family. CARMELLO And NAYNA Happy birthday wishes go out to our handsome son, who be celebrating his 1st birthday on Saturday, July 2nd, With Mickey and friends Big Extravaganza. Happy birthday, Mello. Love, mommy and daddy, Nayna and Tony. TISHA, LAQUITA, TOYAAnd MEKA Swagger 4 oavs TOYA, QUITAAnd MEKA

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All About You! Happv90th Birthdav MAE BELL SAMPSON We are truly blessed to be a part of your legacy. Family unity and Love. Enjoy Your Day! Love your children, family and friends. look Who's Turning 10 DEMETRIA A. WILSON Birthday wishes are going out to Demetria, who will be turning ten on 7/6/11. She will celebrate her special day with family and friends. We would also like to con gratulate Demetria on mak ing Honor Roll this year. Love always, mommie, Desmene, N ana, Auntie Dimp and Uncle Curt, Diddo and Crush. DALENE DILLON Happy birthday to me, my self and I, 1 year wiser, stronger and finer-. Lord knows just being me. HaPPV Birthdav TERRIA 'Davis Girl' It's a Minnie and Mickey affair. Come one, come all, we party like rock stars, you better know it! Happy birthday, we love you. Moe, we're missing you like crazy. 'Terria voice.' ''3.Jil1lQ2 N. 34th Street ,-.. 288 BRYANT, JR. Happy birthday to my 1st born (7-11), Bryant, Jr. Love, your first and last lady, mom. Haoov Birthdav KENNY Happy birthday We love you and missing you like crazy. Keep your head up. Love,Meka Preacher Manl Seeking Christian FellowshiP RODNEYK. lAUDERDALE Write Rodney K. Lauderdale, #41127-048 FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0. Box 1032, Cole man, FL, 33521. Birthdav Celebration JESSIE HUDSON, JAMESHIA MACK And DARNISHA CARSON A birthday bash was held on June 24, 2011, for Jameshia Mack (25) and Darnisha Carson (22), with their uncle, Jessie Hudson, who was visiting Tampa. Both women are wished many in ore birthdays. DJ service was by Tony. Photos by CTG Events Plus VIVIAN, MARSHA, VERONICAAnd DAMON Happy birthday to the world's greatest mother. From, your children, grandchildren and the rest of your family and friends. We want you to know that we love you and always will. Pen Pal NYC native seeking a female 25-45 with entrepreneur spirit and fun, who will appreciate real ness and willingness to ex plore the mind of an independent and produc tive man. Write to: John Edwards, 26499-083, FCC USP2 P. 0. Box 1034, Coleman FL, 33521. JOHN EDWARDS

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School Lesson Disobedience Doesn't Pav Can you recall from your days of growing up that you did something your parent or guardian told you not to do? What was the response? Did they chastise you right then? Did they spank you? Did they take away a privilege? Did you get a long lecture? Perhaps you received the fa mous "combo", the beating and the lecture? there are consequences for their choices. This is the sit uation with the people with Joshua in this week's lesson, Joshua 7:1, 10-12, 22-26. God has allowed the Is raelites to see the miraculous and gave them the victory over Jericho. When they got in, one person committed a sin; he took possession of goods he was not supposed to. God got angry (vs. 1). There may have been times when you thought you had gotten away with it until you asked for something and they denied your request and the reason was because of something you did days ago that you didn't remember. An entire nation of people is on the verge of being pun ished because of the sinful acts of one man. Sounds fa miliar? The people of God who are together must hold one another accountable to do the right thing because one person can put the whole in jeopardy. C This is how we must see fE our spiritual walk with God. c God is the parent and He ex Z pects His children to be obec( dient to His word and command. God expects for His children t{) live according W to His words and resist the ::l t-temptation to go astray. As a result God allowed them to be defeated. Joshua is found laying face down be fore God pleading for the people. God visits Joshua and tells him to get up and asked him, "Why are you lay ing here on your face?" (vs. > For those who do not ffi obey, they must understand > w c w ::I: en ::::i m ::l 0. z i= w ...J ...J ::l m ...J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL m I CD w BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worshi p .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." 10). God s position is, there is sin in the camp and now is not the time to be feeling sorry because you have lost a battle or have been punished In God 's eyes now is the time for you to pull yourself to gether and see what is going on in your life and fix the problem. God gave him a lecture. He told Joshua exactly why they could not be victorious. God says they have taken what is not theirs and put it among their own stuff (vs. 11). Perhaps God used this situation to teach them the lesson of being completely obed ient. God often times punishes the whole for the sin of one to keep the whole from being contaminated. The church must make sure that people are doing what is right so that the whole is not punished. When you sin against God, God will not allow you to have the victory that should come easy for you. This was supposed to be an easy victory for them, but be cause of sin they couldn't even stand before the enemy (vs.12). Joshua addresses the issue by assembling the man who took the items, his en tire family, and the items St Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S. Sherrill Street Pt. Tampa, Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263 "Reaching Jll e Last With lhe lv1essage Of The Cross Of}esus Cllrist" Sunday School 8:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship -10 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study-6:30 P.M. Call Prayer Line: Sunday 8P..M.-9P..M. Access Code: 391053 & # Jr a nsp offi1tion Services Available surrounds the one who trusts in the LORD. Psalm 32:10 taken When all are together he has the man who took the items killed along with his family and destroyed the items. This symbolizes getting rid of the evil things that dwell among you. Does this mean God wants the church to kill those who sin? No. We now live under grace! It does mean however that you must address the sinful issues of your life and get rid of the things that are causing you to sin. You run the risk of being defeated by enemies and not having the blessings of God as long as you allow people who are not trying to live right be among you .or you are in possession of things that God has not com manded you to have. Address the sinful issues of life and have the boldness to get rid of it! There is more to be gained by being obedient to God than to have a few material possessions and people in your lite. Trov Universitv Announces Honor Students For Spring Semester TROY, Ala.-' Troy Uni versity has announced its honor students for spring se mester, according to Dr. Earl Ingram, Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Full-time undergraduate students who earned a 4.0 grade point average for the spring semester are recog nized on the List, the university's honor roll. Full-time undergradu ate students who earned a grade point average of 3.65 or higher on a 4.0 scale are recognized on the Provost's List . Troy University offers as sociate, bachelor's, master's NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WilliAMS Pastor Early f\.1oming Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 A .M. Wed., Family Night-7 P .M. For Transportation Call {813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Ministry and education specialist de grees, preparing students in the fields of fine arts, com munication, business, educa tion, sciences and the humanities, applied science, nursing and allied health sci ences. Students from the Hills borough County area are: Chancellor's List Jessica Tampa. Jaimes, Provost's List William Joseph, Lutz and Ellen English, Tampa. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 Vrsit our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@fbcch.org Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW-6:00P.M. Evening Worship 7:00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P. M

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Letter To The E_ditor E.. vent :!:! }< Thanks To The Communitv On behalf of the Tampa District Sons of Allen (TDSOA) I wish to thank each person who supported our recent college tour. This 6o-hour adventure encompassed taking 41 young men (in gra4es 6-12) to: Florida Memorial University, Mt. Hermon AME Church/Richard Allen Academy, the Miami Jo..b Corps Center, Florida International UniversityBiscayne Bay Campus, Florida Atlantic University-Boca Raton campus and Bethune-Cookman University. Some highlights of the trip: 8 chaperones representing The ,Tampa Housing Authority, The Men of Tomorrow and TDSOA committed themselves to make this trip a reality. Parents, guardians, sponsors and contributors supported this excursion. In_reviewing the essays and listening to the young men, this was a life-changing experience Growing boys have ferocious appetites, yet comments from staff at the restaurants where we dined had nothing but praise about the manners of these young men and their generosity in tipping beyond 15% Several of the young men volunteered to do a "S-0" (shout out) to articulate appreciation for the tour, meal or customer service As the trip progressed so did the positivity in the attitudes of the students The young men learned quite a bit and asked lots of questions about college. Associates at the various places we visited were very hospitable and were flexible in accommodating such a large group God truly granted us favor on this college tour and Mr. Clayton (bus driver for Mt. Zion M. B. Church Transportation Ministry was nicknamed a "smooth operator" as he navigated us safely with awesome skills during this approximately 780 mile trip In closing, we'd like to let the public know that TDSOA is forming a boys' choir, will be running a summer basketball league 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 and having a scholarship/awards banquet the first week in August 2011. And again, we want to thank all who helped us to make this trip a reality. In spite o:( what is often spoken or written about the portrayal of many of today's African American and Hispanic males, we found out two things: there are exceptions to the norm and one should not judge an entire group based upon the actions of some members of that group/demographic. To the contrary, there is talent, promise, potential and hope among the young men who traveled on the college tour. Words of en-couragement and jts "first cousin" praise will go a long way in helping our young men to become educated and equipped with the needed skill sets to compete in the global marketplace! JOSEPH LUNDY President, Tampa District Sons Of Allen (a male youth mentoring initiative of The African Methodist Episcopal Church) GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. 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 8722 Progress Blvd. Tampa, FL 33619 Young Menon College Tour The Tampa District Men of Allen of the African Methodist Epis copal Church took several young men on a college and career tour. The group visited Florida Memorial University, Florida Interna tional University, Florida Atlantic University, Miami Job Corps Center, and Bethune-Cookman University. c.. c: !< ..... N 0 ..... ..... This group of students represent the Alpha Phi Alpha Men of Tomorrow group while they were on the campus of Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach. They are, left to right: Keivonn Rose, Zoeneah Kolleh, Deon Mojra, Samuel Ellison, Kade Cable, Otis Horne, Jr., Tijuan Mullins, Keith Harris and Phil Paul (chaperones). These young men were sponsored by the Tampa Housing Authority. From left to right: Andrew Canty (chaperone), Dei on Strozier, Cody Hubbard, Brandon Adams, Reginald Vital, Justin Adams and Carl Hubbard, Jr. HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. New Testant M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 (813) 986-3971 (813) 610-1252 REV. 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 0 :!:! 0 > en m z ::f z m r tD c: r r z "'D c: tD r en :::t m 0 m < m l:l -< ---4 c: m en 0 > z 0 "T'I l:l c Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-144 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@ aol.com Church Office : (813) 677-1948 Pastor s Office: (813) 672-0389 Academy Office : (813) 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IIRKLAHD, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org E-Ma11: fbcopv@tampabay .rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A .M. 4:11:1!f111Jrllft-Sunday-9:45A M -Adult & Youth/Children Tuesday 11 A.M. -Adult Wednesday 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P M Adult A Campus For Bible Institute "Growing The Cht.roh For Global Change" (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 :8) ST. MA1THEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A. M Sunday School 9 :30a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Prayer 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* 7-8:30 p.m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10am. Youth Bible Institute* 12-4 p m Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p.m. REV., W. D. s, Pastor

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c a: LL. c z <( c en W 1-w > w c w :J: en :::i m a. z tu m w z i= z w en 1: a: 0 LL. m I co w July Celebrants The flower this month is the Larkspur and the birth stone is the Ruby. Happy birthday to the July celebrants: Alvin Farmer, Anthony Young, Jovony Vazquez, Willie Burns, Amos Sheffield, Betty Gaines, Betty Reed, Dwayne Sanders, Jr., Lizzie Banks, Mary Hobley, Nathaniel Scott, Irene Keaton, Tyrone Thomas, Sr., Cierra Sanders, Dorothy Wilson, Marqus James Barnes, Dwayne Perry, Carl Heym, Jr., Adrian Morgan, William Demps, Carlos Watson, Marcus Colon, Clarence Jones, j III, Kenneth Mills, Terry Armstrong, Brandon Gatlin, Paula Jennings, Nan Grable, Steve Fenske, Otto Contreras, Antonio -Deakwon Simon, Benjare McLendon, An-UNITY M.B. CHURCH '. ELDER :H. HUNT, PASTOR Sl.lnday School 9:30A.M. MqmingWorship 11 A M _Bible Study Tues.!30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A M, Mofi.ling Service -11 :30 A M . Evening Service-7:30 P. M. Study -Evening B1ble Band 7.30 P .M. tonio McLendon, Chyna Lindsey, Carina McNair, Jaquisa Oliver, Ankwon Brandon Simon, Shane E. Anthony, IV, James Earl Hill (mem.), Chelsea Rigsby, Honest Laniya Bisbee, Wanda Simmons, Kevin Jeffrey (Canada), Thomas McPike, Vickie Caldwell and Latonia Pruitt. July was a busy month at the Roberts household for birthdays: Harry Roberts, Jr. Karol Robert, Keith Roberts, Yvonne Smith and Jacob Roberts. Belated June Wishes Happy birthday: Ms. Dorothy Norton extends birthday greetings to her daughter, Charlotte Chatman, who celebrated an other wonderful year on 6/16; and her grandson, Dedrie Norton who cele brated his special day on 6/18. -NEW-FRIENDSHIP M.a. GHURCH 107 -Pastor Weekly Activities -CtuJtch ScliooJ 9 :30 A M ,.,r.m.rnWorship 10:45 4 : 30P 5P 1 -7 ::)0 P M. 1 sf And 3 rdFridayEvening .. OutreachMinistry -7:30 H M The y had a fun birthda y party with family and friends at the home of Ms. Norton, their mom and grandmom Congratulations! Wow, keep up the good work!" Congratulations to Shanya and Makayla Luke for making the Princi pal s Honor Roll throughout the school year at the Village of Excellence Academy of Temple Terrace. We are all so proud of you both and wish you the best of luck in your coming year in the 1st and 3rd grade. Hats off to Sincere Jeudy and Maceo Johnson for making the Princi pal's Honor Roll at Clair Mel Elementary School. Your ac complishments make us very happy for you continue the good work. The Honor Roll was flying high around the Saffore household. Let's not fo_ rget Eryn Wheeler to add to the list of Principal's Honor Roll at Kids Community Col lege of Riverview. Sick And Shut-Ins Just wait on the Lord ... the Philon family, Wilbert Johnson; the George fam-Worshi&-SundaySchool9 ;:!0 A.M. Morning Worship -10 : 50A .M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 . . . THE PUBUC IS INVITED Sunday Bible Classes, .......... 9:15AM. Morning Worship $ervice ..... 1 0 :30 A.M. Evening Bible CI(!SSes; .......... 5 :00 P.M. Evening Worship Service .... 6 :00 P.M. .Bible Classes .... 1 :00 P.M. ily, Bert Graham, Phyllis Akes, Geneva Lucas, Eli Rodgers, Elaine Johns on, Dorothy Wilder, Eloise Leeks, Beryl Wilson, Willie Mobley, Mozelle Debose, Ben Plair, Sr., Terrell Wallace, Henry Sanders, Joyce Humphrey, Anthea Henderson, Linda Parker-Lee and Vergie Miles. Sympathy Extended sympathy go to the Kilpatricks in the loss of their loved one, Mr. Gary G. Kilpatrick, who was funeralized Saturday, June 25, 2011, at First Baptist Church Of Progress Village, with Rev. Wallace Z. Bowers, officiating. Home Deliveries If you re interested in hav ing home deliveries of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin in Progress Village and the sur rounding areas, call Mr. Westley at (813) 248-0724. Help Needed Anyone having knowledge ofthe whereabouts of Ms. Stella Braggs, Ms. Hattie Weatly and Jack Williams, formerly of Progress Village, please con tact Gloria at (813) 928-5293. St. James AME Church OfP.V.News The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer Band meets each Thursday morn ing at 10:30 a. m. This is a group of God's children gathered together on one ac cord to learn the Word of the Father. Everyone is invited to come and share. Thought For Today "Motivation is what gets you started, is what keeps you going." E.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 741-9760. Let's keep President -Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers. Let's also keep our service men and women lifted up as they continue to protect our country Let's pray for the homeless and the people far and near, that are less fortu nate than we are. Call your news into Gloria McNair at (813) 928-5293. SUDIIav sclteei t:l$ . .. . . . lirhlng Wersblp ._. ;_._ ..... .:-.. ; ........ ;._ 1nun Praver Stnlce. I Awaia Bible SiUdV. TlesdiV -.-._e:ae p;m, Bible Stiid_V; -. .. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25thAvennue, Tampa,.:FL Of:34th :$1. 24.8-:373T0r 242:\ Bishop'Eddie -Newkltk, _Sr., Pastbr WEEKLY WORSHIP:tCHED,ULE . -. . ''""' ' Sunday: B ;OO A M Spiritual . . . . Sonday:SllQol, tQne.ntaoon 10:45 Worship ServiCe _ . (Youth Church 2nd And 3ra 12;:00 Noon lntercessory prayer w;Bible:Sfudy IWatlnaSdav: P.. ;M. Free ._., : 6:45 P. M Adult &Youth Mid ServiCe: EmalilJs:Ae Missk>rrStatemeat: "A Cfu)rcf, gf the COI1Jri1ilnity py to (ha(i . 11 Outreach MioiSVy: NOAH,COMMUNO'Y. INQJ

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Local Tonv And lauren ounuv Read New Books At Sheehv Elementarv Just a few days before the end of the 2011 school year, retired NFL Coach Tony Dungy and his wife, Lauren, dropped in on a group of 3rd and 4th graders at Sheehy Elementary School to read to them The couple read from their newest book, You Can Be A Friend. (Photography by BRUNSON) Coach Dungy with group of students. Mrs. Dungy with another group of students. Students from the Washington classroom. ML Church July 6, 2011 -July 8, 201 t 7:00 P. lVI. Nightly 2002 N Rome Tampa, Florida 33607 Dr. C. T. Kirklii.Dd, Pascor Theme: nTrainiag Out Yourb To Become Prepared Youth Ia Time" Guest Evangell&t Minister Darrell6rown Proverbs 22:6 Mount Calvary Junior Academy Kindergarten 8th Grade NOW REO.ISfERINO. FOR THE 20 11-20 12 SCHOOL YEAR WE OFFER: 1. Bible-based instruction 2. Caring, loving, certified teachers 3. High value at an affordable rate 4. Florida Pride scholarships 5. Computer lab with internet and network 6. A safe drug free environment for students 7. Extracurricular activities 8. Challenging academic program 9. Personal attention given to stud ents 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 3111 East Wilder Avenue Tampa, Florida 33610 "11 r-0 :!! g CJ) m z :::1 z m r-aJ c: r.. rm :::1 z "tt c: tD r-c;; ::I: m c m < m ..... c: m CJ) c )> z c "11 :tJ c

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Local ::; :::::> '"") Congresswoman Castor Hosts Meeting c a: Congresswoman Kathy Castor hosted a roundtable u. meeting of citizens r ecently at the Cyrus Greene Center. (Photography by BRUNSON) m I 0 w 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister6s Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury C ypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suit e 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor-DepuTy Chi ef (813) 387-7724 The hiring of a luwycr i s unimportant da:is i o n that should nol be bused D. Before uskus lo s..-nd FREE wriU t n information uboul From left, Chloe Coney, Major Gerald Honeywell, Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Rev. Thomas Scott, Doretha Edgecomb and Gerald White. Among those in attendance: Heddie Sumpter, Dianne Hart, Yvette Lewis, Evangeline R. Best, Sharon Carter, Patricia Givens and Nikki Capehart, Deputy District Director for U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor. Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 Plus Costs)

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Local :B Night Of Jazz At Blake High School A Night Of Jazz: Some Kinda Soul" was the theme of the Jazz event at Howard W. Blake High School on May 31, 2011. The event was in the school's Riverside Courtyard. The Howard W. Blake Alumni Combo was a part of the program that also featured former stu dent, .Dayve Stewart and the Vibe. Carmen Griffin is the Band Di rector. (Photos by Frederick Harris) Special guest Dayve Stewart with his family: Lucy Stewart, mom; Eldon Stewart, dad; Janelle and Christina Stewart, sisters; and Gregory Taylor, GProductions. Winston Davis, Chase Barrs, ConSandra Barrs and Calvin Barrs attended the Jazz event. Richard B. Dixon, Jr. and Milton Saxophonist Javoris Gooding Band Director, Carmen Griffin. CLOROX BLEACH 2/$3 82Z BTL SCOTT BATH TISSUE $5.99 1000 SHEETS REYNOLD'S HOME LIFE AWESOME ALUMINUM FOIL PAPER TOWELS $2]19 VAN CAMP PORK&BEANS 41$2 SHOPPER'S VALUE HOT SAUCE a199e 6 OZ BTL Jenkins at "A Night of Jazz." Butts. FLAVORITE VEGETABLE OIL ss1:99 160Z FLAVORITE DIU oz JAR SWEET RELISH BUY 1 GET 1 BUY 1 GET 1 FREE FREE VALUE SAVE OF $3.15 VALUE SAVE OF S1.89 NIAGARA WATER 2/$5 BORDEN CHEESE SINGlES $1. SALAD DRESSING S1.99 24 OZJAR CITRUS PUNCH 21$3640Z SUPER CHILL BBQ SAUCE SODA 99$ $1.99 lBOZBn 12PACKCANS CORN ON THE COB 21$5 12CTPK FLAVORITE SPREAD aae QWALTNEY GREAT DOGS age Dayve Stewart and his sax. STORE HOURS: MON .; SAT 8:00A.M.-8:00 P.M. SUN 8:00A.M. -7:00P.M. We Accept FOod Stamps, WIC Checks & Debit Cards, ATM On Premises FAMILY BUNDLE #2 Sibs. Ground Beef (Came Molicla De Res) Sibs. Beef Sirloin De Palomia) Sibs. End cut Pork ChoJII{Chuleta De PUnta) Sibs. Chicken Leg Quarters {Musio De Polio Con Cuentrol Sibs Chicken Wings (Alias De Polio) 1 FREE (Gratis) 112 Gallon S4999 of Milk & 1 Dozen of Large Eggs FAMILY BUNDLE #3 Sibs. Beef Cubed Steak (Biste De Res Cubed) Sibs. Ground Beef (came Mollcla De Res) Sibs. End Cut Pork Chops (Chuleta De Punta) lbs. Chicken Lg Quarters (Musto De Polio: Con Ciientio) Sibs. Chicken Wings (Alias De Polio) Sibs. s64-99 m & 112 Gillem of Oraagt Juice FAMILY BUNDLE #4 41bs. Beef Sirloin Steak (lllstt De hlomll) 2 Picks Meat Hot Dogs (2 Paquetes De Pen'os Clllillnells) 5 Lbs. Betf sttw (Cime Pari Gulsar) 5 Ills. Ground Betf (c.ne Mol1da De Res) 3 lbs. Beef Oxtllls (RIIIo De Res) 5 Ills. End CUt Port! Chops (Chulttl De Pvntl) 10 Ills. Chicken Leg Gulrters (lluslo De Pvllo '8599 (Alias De Polio) FREE IGnltbj 112 Gallon of Oranat Juice l31!1; Sprail u.garine 1 Loaf Bnlld . c.. c: !( ""D c: ttJ r-c;; ::I: m c m < m c: m (/) c )> z c "T1 ::0 c ..... ..... I ttJ

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i 1/2 stick butter or margarine 4 cups mini marshmallows [ 6 cups crisp rice cereal 24 8-inch Cookie Treat Sticks [Red, Blue and White Cookie i I Icing ; I i Red and blue candy-coated I chocolates Red licorice DIRECTIONS: Spray Star I Cookie Treat Pan and rubber I spatula or wooden spoon with i I vegetable pan spray. I In large saucepan, melt but-I I ter. Add marshmallows; cook I I and stir until melted. Remove I 1 from heat and add cereal; mix i I well. Press into prepared pan; ,1 I insert cookie sticks. When cool I to touch, remove from pan. Re-1 I peat with remaining cereal mix-I j ture. (If becomes hard I i to work With, microwave at so% 1 I power 30 to 6o seconds to J 1 soften.) 1 I Outline treat as desired with i I Cookie Icing; add candy and J licorice. 1 Let dry at least 1 hour. I f ':.. / ':.. \ ,----------------------' Grilled Corn on the Cob 1 several ears of fresh corn on the cob 2 Tbsp. butter (plus extra butter cut in star shapes) t/2 tsp. Italian seasoning 2 Tbsp. dijon mustard & minced garlic DIRECTIONS: Preheat grill to medium heat. Pull back husks of corn, being careful to leave husks attached at bottom of each ear. Re move and discard corn silk. Rinse corn. I Combine butter, mustard, garlic and Italian seasoning. Spread about 1 Tbsp. of the mixture on the corn. Rewrap with corn husks. Grill15 to 20 min. or until corn is tender, turning frequently to pre vent husks from burning. Top with star-shaped butter before serving. I f \. W !it: R E S tl 0 f' f l G I 5 A t. (:A 5 U R V D on't forget your neighborhood Publix will be open during regular store hour.; Independence Day, Monday, J u l y 4, 2011. 1/2 cup Barbecue Sauce, divided 1 lb. ground beef 4 cheese slices 4 kaiser rolls, toasted 4 lettuce leaves 1 tomato, cut into 4 slices 4 slices bacon, cooked, broken in half DIRECTIONS: Reserve 1/4 cup barbecue sauce for later use Shape meat into patties. Heat grill to medium heat. Grill patties 7 to 9 min. on each side or until done, turning and brushing occasionally with re maining barbecue sauce the last few minutes. Top with cheese slice singles; grill 1 min. or until cheese slices begin to melt. Before you start stacking the rolls, brusk a little of he barbeque sauce on each side. Then add the lettuce and tomatoes. Add the burger and for the 'big firecracker boom' add the bacon. \ / / >. r \ : 8 "T1 r-0 :!! en m z -4 z m r-m c: r rm -4 z "'D c: m r-(ij :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c > z c "T1 ::D c ;i C) m ..... (,) I m

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Health C\1 c a: LL c z <( c en w :J .... w Gi c w ::I: en ::i m :J c. z i= w _. _,J :J m _,J w z i= z w en a: 0 _,J LL m I o:t ,.... I Rx For linle Ones Children seem to get more than their fair share of upset tummies. Since some kids have a hard time swallow pills, herbal teas are a great alter native. Try these: Chamomile Tea to relieve di arrhea, constipation, ab-.... dominal cramps and a sour stom ach. Use hone y to sweeten it. However, if you are treating an in fant, DO NOT use honey because it can cause an aller gic reaction. Fennel Tea helps to relieve gas and heartburn. It taste like licorice so kids will like it. 10 :I I:E I 407 E. I mega Drugs, Inc; 1410 N. 56th St. Suite 1 011 Terra FL (Next To Outback illllitl $ 4 Generic Drugs Accept Most In $25 Gift For Tra Of 5 Or More Prescripti Accepting New Patients, Including Children Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures Extaaction Implant Restorations ANGELLA TOMUNSON, ODS, PA GAIL C MCDONALD, DDS, MPH Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citizen Discounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd. ) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com Foot Pai.n Ankle Pain Heel Pain Wound Care Bunions tion: 0 I Tampa, FL Sports Medicine Personal Injury & Accident Ticatmcnt PAULL. SHEEHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A. Board Certified Academy OfAmbulatory Fool & Ankle Surge1 y Make It A Double Drinking double-strength cranberry juice is linked to a reduction of arterial stiffness, especially with people af fected by coronary artery disease. Plastic Is Bad For Your Health A recent study published in the Environmental Health Perspectives found nearly all plastics are harmful to food, whether or not they contain phthalate (DEHP) or bisphe nol A-two chemicals known to tamper with estrogen lev els in the body Did You Know ... About 1 million plastic bags are used every minute. Did You Know .. Americans use 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour. Unfortunately, most of them are thrown out instead of being recycled. Walnuts Are Winners A handful of walnuts has almost twice as many antiox idants as other nuts, such as almonds, peanuts, pista chios, hazelnuts, cashews, macadamias, pecans and Brazil nuts. Walnuts have a high qua lity protein, vitamins and minerals and dietary fiber. They also contain healthy fats. Eating nuts (including peanut butter) is linked to a decreased risk for heart dis ease, gallstones, Type 2 diabetes and certain kinds of cancer. You only need to eat about 7 walnuts a day to get the po tential h ea lth b ene fits. Satistv Your Sweet Tooth Xagave is the newest Sweet, Satisfying and Sensi ble choice to sweeten your foods. Here's why: It's Sweeter Than Sugar Xagave is sweeter than sugar so you use less to achieve the same level of sweetness. It's Delicious Xagave can be used in all of your favorite recipes. It's Good For You Xagave is a natural sweet ener. It contains natural en zymes, vitamins, minerals, including calcium and iron, and a nutritious fiber. It has a high concentration of calcium--17% of daily require ments in one (1) tablespoon. It's A Bonus For Your Immune System Xagave contains Inulin a Prebiotic Fiber. Inulin pro motes the healthy function of your lower intestine. It has also been shown to promote regularity, boost the immune system, increase calcium ab sorption and increase bone density. It's An Energy Booster Xagave will not "spike" your blood sugar levels and will let your body know that it is consuming calories. It's Great For Your Digestive Health Xagave and, in particular, inulin, improves your diges tive health by stimulating growth and activity of the good bacteria while inhibit ing growth of bad bacteria in your intestinal tract. Remember that 70% of your immune system is located in the gut and healthy gut means a healthy you. This is extremely important as once food is digested and makes its way to your gut, it be comes toxic The quicker you get waste out the better and healthier you will feel and be. It's Beneficial For Numerous Conditions Xagave helps to reduce the risk of heart disease cancer and Type II Diabetes. Type II Diabetes used to be referred to as adult-onset diabetes unfortunately there is now a high incidence in children. Always consult your doctor. SCHOOL PHYSICALS STEPHEN A. WILLIAMS, M.D., P .A. Board Certified Pediatrician 714 W. MLK Jr Blvd. Tel: Tampa, FL 3360:3 Fax:813-223-6020 www.kiddlemd.com Accepting New rlrat,.,. .,ri.f'etll From 'The House Of Beautrfu l Smiles .. Fnendly Personal Care Most Insurance Plans Accepted Zero Down Payment Plans Avail able Flexible and Affordable Monthly Payments Family Discounts BRACES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN William F. Marsh, DDS, PA Preferred Orthodontist For Over 30 Years 813-238-3384 lnVI.S81ign 4119 N. Taliaferro Ave. Tampa Just R ig ht Of The 1-275 Northbound Entrance Ramp Of M. L. K. Blvd Tampa Seminole Heights Ybor City

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FYI Fixed Rate Monuaues The most common type of mortgage program where your monthly payments for interest and principal never change. Property taxes and hoqteowners insurance may Dear Deanna! I had several bad relationships this year that caused me financial stress. I feel as if I have a sticker on my head that attracts broke men. Initially, things are fine and then I end up paying for all the dinners, and dates. I enjoy these men, but since I always ask them to go out, I end up paying. How can I avoid this bad habit increase, but generally your monthly payments will be very stable. Fixed rate mortgages are available for 30 years, 20 years, 15 years and even 10 because I can't afford it? Tired of Paying Buffalo, NY Dear Tired: You need to select men that are qualified to date. In other words when it comes to dating, both parties must be able to afford to date. A relationship requires on both ends because finan cial spending isn't one sided. years. There are also "biweekly" mortgages, which shorten the loan by calli n g for half the monthly payment every two weeks. (Since there are 52 weeks in a year, you make 26 payments, or 13 "months" worth, every year.) ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Loan Originator P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 You should have a discussion before your dates to determine who's paying or if you're going dutch . If you can't afford to contribute the bare minimums, then you need to eliminate yourself from dating until you get your finances together. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdean na1@yahoo.com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Website: www.askdeanna.com Powerful Or Powerless, The Choice Is Yours "He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still." -Lao Tzu-Empowered greetings. Everyday you wake up in the land of the living; you have a choice .. you can choose to have a powerful or powerless day. No matter what, the choice is yours. I would like to encourage you to stop sleepwalking through life and make today and everyday a powerful one. You have the ability within you to exert extenuating force that will allow you to overcome the strongest resistance. You are a potent individual. You are mighty beyond measure. You have a very acute and keen insight about how things work. Using what you know will be paramount to creating a powerful day. Your proficiency coupled with tenacity and fortitude will allow you to accomplish great things in life Not onl y will you have a powerful day but a powerful and successful life. The choice is yours. However if you choose to live a powerless life, you will be ineffective, inept and unable to perform. You will be defeated in your mind and defeated .in life Powerless people are destitute, incapable and paralyzed by life's circumstances. You cannot let this be you. You must slap yourself back into reality and grab hold to the power you possess down on the inside of you. I am speaking to you from the depths of my soul. You have the power Recognize it. Use it. Hold on to it. The choice is yours. Now go have a powerful day! Connect with me on face book & Twitter for more powerful words of encouragements. r 0 :!:! en m z -1 z m r tXI c: r r-z "C. c: tXI r u; :::t:. m c m < m Did Your Criminal-Defense Anornev Do His Jobil -1 c: m en c )> PART I We often have appellate clients or family members of imprisoned loved ones com plain to us that the attorney that they hired before hiring us did nothing to help them on their case. This complaint is so common that this week we decided to write an article about the three most important things a person who has a criminal defense case pend ing can do to make sure that they are not a victim of inef fective assistance of counsel. # 1 -Meet with your attorney often. Do not allow your attorney to simply tell you that ihe or she is on iti or ithat every thing is going finei and then be surprised at end of your case when you are forc ed to make a potentially life-changing decision at the last minute. If you are out of custody, call up your attorney and make weekly appoi ntments if necessary. Your attorney should have no problem doing this and will tell you if there are no upd ates If you are in a jail close to hi s or h er z office, write your attorney let-c ters requesting that he or she visit you on a regular basis ::D If you are told that "all is C well," ask questions such as "what has been done on my case since the last time we spoke?i Another tip is to write down your questions as you think of them and make sure to have your list when you meet with your attorney. When it is your life on the line, not your attorney 's, you will be surprised when you look back on your list of questions and realize just how often you think about the pending criminal charges. It is impossible to remember all of your questions dur ing a meeting where extremely important decisions are made, so make sure to keep your list nearby you at all times! Lastly, unless you are in a different town from your attorney or in custody far away, don't settle for telephone conferences. 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ational Bishop Paul Morton savs Eddie long Needs To 'Fess Up' One man of the cloth is coming forth and saying Bishop Eddie Long needs to confess his wrong doings to his congregation and re pent his sins to Christ In a recent sermon Bishop Paul Morton called Bishop Long to task saying Long, owes his con gregation an explanation after reportedly settling for $2 5 million in a se x ual mis conduct case. Sho w me some humil ity ... Those that have stood with y ou, tell us som e thing," said Morton, r e f e rrin g to ::t Long's silence about the case. Tell y our church someLL thing. BISHOP PAUL MORTON C He added Some people are going to stay with y ou, ::t some are going to leave y ou but you have to leave that up under him, has stopped an swering his phone calls. He pleaded with Long to turn to God in repentance for his ac tions, "All I'm waiting for Bishop .. .is for you to re pent," he said. c en to God." w ::J 1-w > w c w ::I: en :J m ::J a. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL m I
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Commencement Program Held On Friday, June 3rd, more than 400 graduates of Lake Gibson High Schoolis Class of 2011 received their high school diplomas. The ceremony was held at The Lakeland Center. The Senior Class Officers were Errin Joe, President; Mirelys Rodriguez, Vice President; Sarah Goheen, Secretary and Taylor Johnson, Treasurer. The Lake Gibson High School Band, Timothy McGinley, Director, provided music for the proces sional and recessional. The commencement pro gram closed with the gradu ates singing the Lake Gibson High's Alma Mater, after which Principal Dawson certified and acknowledged the successful graduates of Lake Gibson's Class of 2011. This class listed 52 Highest Honors graduates (3. 75-4.0 gpa); 44 High Honors graduates (3.50-3.749 gpa); 6o Honors graduates (3.2-3.499 gpa) and 253 graduates for a total of 419 graduates. Congratulations, graduates, parents and staff! Wedding Bells Ringeth At 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 25th, Ricca Derricks (formerly of Winter Haven) was joined-in Holy Matrimony to Jessie Randolph. The ceremony was held at the Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, 3805 Waldorf Street in Fort Worth, Texas. A r e ception was held at the McDonald YMCA in Fort Worth. The bride is the daughter of former Polk Countians, Clifford and Vastine Hill. Congratulations to the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph! May the Lord bless this union. Happy Anniversary Wishes for a HAPPY ANNIVERSARY are extend ed to Charles and Brenda Shaw of Lakeland who will celebrate their fourth year of marital bliss on July 7th. May the Lord continue to bless this union! Birthday Greetings Shaw-Nuf Talk extends Happy Birthday! wishes to Lakeland Gentleman Mark Johnson who is celebrating another natal day on today (July 2nd). Happy 11th Birthday to Little Miss Christian Dickerson of Lakeland, Florida who will celebrate her special day on July 3rd. Happy Birthday to Tampa gentleman, Minister Fred Sears, who will celebrate his special day on July 4th; happy birthday to Lakeland gent, Coach Mozell Axson, who will celebrate his natal day on July 6th! Shaw-Nuf Talk hopes that each of your days are/were filled with the desires of your hearts! May the Lord continue to bless you with many, many more birthdays! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out AL SMITH, III This week Shaw-Nuf ., :c c c... c: !:( Talk gives a SHAW-NUF ...... SHOUT-OUT to Hillsbo-N 0 rough Community College :: student, AI Smith, III, who was selected to participate in a summer intern program in Washington, D. C. with Florida State Representative Congresswoman Corrine Brown. Congratulations, AI! Weare very proud of you! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Shar e news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, community events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, class reunions, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentine{ Bulletin with 0 :c Shaw-NufTalk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or en calling (863) 513-8437. gJ Shaw-Nuf Talk will share -4 your exciting news with the readership! r-aJ c: rr m :::! Polk Countv Students Complete Studies At FAMU z C: m r On Saturday, April 30, 2011, during the afternoon commencement exercises of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (F AMU) in Tallahassee, sev eral young ladies from Polk County were among the hundreds of graduates who received their college degrees. The graduates are: Jasmine Dionne Harris (Cum Laude, Bachel.or of Science in Health Science); Natasha 'Tot' West (Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management); and Latarald Redding (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) Lisa Jackson, Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency, delivered the commencement address. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf.) The keynote speaker, Lisa Jackson (second from right), with FAMUstaff. 'The Voice of Our Communit y Speaking for Its elf' . 1 Sentinel Bulletin a (813) 248-1921 en :I: m c Natasha "Tot" West, FAMU 2011 graduate and her family are all smiles about her accomplish-ment. m

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Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 27 4-7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considere<;1 at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE# 1G-21249 LIMAURO, ALFRED H JR. ESTATE OF 7102 N TALIAFERRO AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19 AND 19 PINECREST LOT 14 LESS PART FOR SA 93 DESC AS BEG 100.8 FTW OF SECOR & RUN W 37 FTTO SW COR N 51. 25 FT TO NW COR E 28.5 FT AND S 9 DEG 13 MIN 36 SEC E 52 FTTO BEG 161535 0000 CASE I 1G-22393 LANDERS, WALTERS G. JR., AND LANDERS TANYA 1324 W LAMBRIGHT ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-47 19-49, 19 GILBERTS SUBDIVISION N 140 FTOFLOT6AND N 140 FTOFW 17 OF LOT 5 104223 0000 CASE I 1 Hl0396 HERNANDEZ, DENNIS AND HERNANDEZ, KATIE 1708 W BEACH ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49 AND 19 EL CERRO LOTS 4 AND 5 BLOCK 1 177739.0000 CASE# 11-02142 GARI, LISA 2306 W SAINT JOSEPH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-231 BOUTON AND SKINNERS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA LOT3 BLOCK 5 1n422. oooo CASE # 11-02566 PONTILA ENTERPRISES LLC 8509 N DIXON AVE., TAMPA FL SECTION : 1 9 9 IRVI N TON HEIGHT S LOT 8 AND W 17 c LOSED ALLE Y A BUTTING ON E BLO C K 1 0 991 8 7 .0000 '! CASE # 11-02700 PALLADINI EDWARD M 709 W. FRANCES AVE ., TAMPA, FL S ECTION : 1 9 2 6 R I D GEWOOD PAR K LOT 17 B L OC K B A ND 8 FT VACATED ALLE Y A BUTTING O N NO RTH 1 83382.0000 CASE # 11-02728 MCGORY TIMOTHY S. MCGORY STARLENE 3918 W LA SALLE ST ., TAMPA FL S E C TIONS : 1 9 231, 1 9-233 AND 1 9 1 9 6 19-49 AND 1 9 B ELVEDERE P ARK L O T 21 BLO CK 14 111490.0000 CASE I 11-04529 HERRON LAURA LEE 1711 W. COUNTRY CLUB DR., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19, AND 19 ARMENIA ACRES EBOFTOFLOT4 96053 0000 CASE 0 11-04916 PHILLIPS, SHANNA 7009 N. NAVIN AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19 50 BUNGALOW PARK LOT13 161643.0000 CASE I 11-o5sn ABNEY, RAEBURN C EDWARDS, AVONELLE 5705 N. MIAMI AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 233 EA S T SUWANEE HEIGHTS LOT 8 BLOCK 17 1 64228.0000 CASE If 11..00956 HAUSWIRTH, MICHAEL 5113 W. AZEELE ST. TAMPA, FL CODE S ECTIONS : 1 3 ( a ) AND 1 343 HESPERIDE S LOT BEG AT S W C O R O F LOT 2 1 AND RUN N 1 24.75 FT E 8 6.98 FT S 124.42 FT W 86.96 FT TO POB 11328 7.000 0 CASE 0 11 MILLER MATTHEW J. MILLER SAMANTHA S. 2446 W NEPTUNE ST., TAMPA FL COD E SEC T ION : 13 45 ( a ) HO L DEN S S IMM S R E S U BDIV I S I O N OF BLO CK S 4 6. 7 A N D 15 W 67.33 FT O F L OT 17 AND 1 8 B L OC K 4 LESS N 5 FT FO R AD R/W 1 18558 .020 0 CASE H 11-06975 BEARD DAVID WARREN 426 S. OREGON AVE. TAMPA FL CO DE S ECTI ONS: 1 3 3 A N D 13 45 (a) WA TR O U S REV I S ED MAP S 17 O F W 8 7 075 FT OF L O T 7 BL OC K 2 1 8 4 700.0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Accepts -------, .,._ ![: EB .....--------.. -------'VI_..,.. IVI;a:st-rC;ard .A.m-rlc:;a.-. e :x:pr ___ .A..-.d 11:]1-blt Paoym-.-.t 'VI;a Phe.-.-II NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on July 20, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. or 1 :00 p.m. to hear the below listed cases, which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code. Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall, E Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings .is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE II 1 G-21850 YBOR LAND INC. 3801 E 7TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19, 19 & 19-50 SPANISH PARK W 15FT OF LOT 3 LOTS 4 5 8, AND 9 AND W 15 FT OF LOT 10 BLOCK 29 AND THAT PART OF CLOSED ALLEY LYING BETWEEN AND ABUTTING SO LOTS 175424 0000 CASE I 1()-23965 MOTLOW TAME CIA 4211 W. CLEVELAND ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19, AND 19 MADIGAN PARK SUBDIVISION LOT 11 AND E 30FT OF LOTS 12 AND 21 AND LOT 22 115024.0000 CASE I 1()-24175 THURMOND, JOAN W 2407 W. CYPRESS ST., AlB, TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-26 BAYAMO LOT 9 BLK 9 180934 0100 CASE# 11-01156 WILLIAMS MICHAEL R. WILLIAMS BRIAN K. 2524 W CARMEN ST., -2 5 26 TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 WE S T PINES REVISED MAP LOT 11 BLOCK 10 168467 0000 CASE 011.01818 MC CULLOUGH RONNIE MC CULLOUGH, DELBRA C. 2126 W. NASSAU ST., TAMPA FL S ECTION S : 19 4 6 A ND 1 9 9 BENJ A MIN S ADDITION TO WE S T T A MP A E 33 1 / 3 FT OF LOT 7 B LO C K 8 178023.0000 CASE 0 11-02499 SYKES MARY 2119W. ARCH ST ., TAMPA, FL S E C TI ON: 1 9 B ENJA MIN'S A D D ITI ON T O W E S T T AM P A W 17 O F L O T 20 B L OCK 4 177949.0000 CASE I 11-o3134 DELGADO, EDWARD 2911 W. TYSON AVE ., TAMPA FL SECTION: 19-49 HALF WAY PLACE A REVISED MAP LOT3 BLOCKT 134538.0000 CASE 0 11.03430 KENEFICK, ELIZABETH A. 213 S. OBRIEN ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-49 HESPERIDES MANOR LOT 7 BLOCK 3 AND CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON w 113350.0000 CASE I 11.03874 SOYLU, NESATTIMUR 3601 W DE LEON ST., TAMPA, FL. SECTIONS : 19, 19-49, 19-50 AND 19 PERSHING PARK E 13FT OF LOT 21 AND LOT 22 BLOCK 3 1159 2 7 0000 CASE # 11-04791 JACKSON, RICHARD 3504 W IOWA AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 1 9-49 INTERBAY LOT 2 BLOCK 6 AND N 17 OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUT TING THEREON 133077.0000 CASE# 11-06200 JOHNSON KEN 216 S MALCOLM CT., TAMPA FL S ECTIONS: 19 46. AND 1 9 50 BON AIR W E S T N 13FT O F LOT 7 A N D S 7FT O F L O T 8 116039.0060 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286 26 FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK EMPLOYMENT WANTED Looking For Stylist(s); Barber(s); Braider(s) At: Freestylin' Barber & Beauty Shop 1518-B East Fowler Ave Tampa, Fl 33612 Valona: (813) 361-9579 Or Kil: (813) 361-1577 Experienced Lawn Care Worker Must Pass Background Check No Misdemeanor Drug Chargers And Absolutely No Felony Charges (813) 270-6887 II II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HORN VI LLC #3197 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No : 065352.0568 File No.': 2011 448 Certificate No.: 165028 08 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: AYERS HEIGHTS UNIT NO 2 LOT 28 BLOCK 2 PLAT BOOK PAGE: 43174 SEC TWP AGE: 06 29 20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: ROSS CECIL ET AL Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the Zth day of 10:00 A,M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verily sale location) Dated this day of June. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County Florida By: TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA. Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. EMPLOYMENT II Cutting It Low Experienced, Licensed Barbers Wanted 60/Parsons Brandon Area Call (813) 217-2462 Small Church Needs Musician To Play For Adult And Youth Choirs If Interested Please Call (813) 677-3957

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J:J c II EMPLOYMENT II l.bll f Experienced Daycare Director/Teacher Wanted Apply At: Kidz Cove 208 West Frances Or Call (813) 507-6000 Work From Home And Love It! Earn What You Are Worth www.earnincomenow.comnadurr Or Call (813) 270-2116 For More Oetailed Information Marketing Assistant Full Time With Benefits Details And Application At: www.tampatheatre.org Or In Person At Tampa Theatre 711 N. Franklin Street HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTANT II $40,768 CHILD CARE LICENSING INSPECTOR $31,512 CLAIMS SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE II $34,361 COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM COORDINATOR II (LIMI TED DURATION) $40,768 ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN II $24,752 FORENSIC INVESTIGATOR I $31, 512 PROJECT MANAGER II (MEDIA SPECIALIST) $57,075 SENIOR CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE $27,830 SENIOR SOFTWARE SPECIALIST (WAN ADMINISTRATION) $61,110 See our web site at http://www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH US! An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer AAIEEO Employer HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received from bidders by the Owner in the Terminal Building front office located on the third level/blue side, Tampa International Airport for the Project listed below until 2:00 p.m., July 27 2011. All bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud thereafter in the Airport Admi nistrative Offices Lobby Conference Room A, second level/red side. No bid will be considered unless rece ived on or before the time and at the place designated above: Airport Name : Tampa International Airport Authority Project Number : 5830 1 r FAA AlP Number: 3-12 0078-xx-2011 Project Title: Cargo Building #432 Renovation Package #3: Aircraft Apron & GSE Apron Lighting A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held in the Authority boardroom, located in the Landside Terminal Building third level/blue side on July 7 2011 at 1:30 p.m. For more information and to register to receive automated e-mail notifications of future business opportunities, please visit our website at www.tampaairport.com; quick links; airport business II HOMES FOR SALE II II FOR RENT II Temple Terrace Area Townhouse 3 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Temple Terrace Area 1 Car Garage 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Den Plus Fire Place Laundry Room $2,900.00 Moves You In $750.00 Monthly $765.00/Monthly $300.00 Deposit Must Have 600 Plus Call (813) 928-8325 Credit Score Drive By 8308 Tupelo Dr. Near Bird & Florida Then Call Ed 3 Bedroom/2 Bath (813) 541-2652 Townhouse 4 Years New II FOR RENT II $1,000.00/Monthly $1, 000.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Homes And Apartments (813) 410-0927 Available Ybor -3 Bedroom/2 Bath East Tampa 3 Bedroom/1 Bath 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home 2 Bedroom/1 Bath North Tampa 1 And 2 Bedroom CHA, WDH Townhouse Section 8 Accepted New Paint, Ceramic Tile (813) 453-0123 Carpet, WDH, Fenced Alarm, CHA, USF Area Small Pets OK 13050 20th Street Section 8 2 Bedroom/1 .5 Bath 813-949-3482 Town home Water Included $100.00 Section 8 Move In Special $750.00/Monthly CONTACT LAVORA @ (8"13) 248-"192"1 Call (813) 220-3633 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT II HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened JULY 14,2011 -2:00P.M. ITB-P-0134-0-2011/BG FIRE ALARM MAINTENANCE AND MONITORING SERVICES **** Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours. FOR RENT II II HOMES FOR RENT II Brandon 505 East Cluster Avenue For Rent Tampa FL 33605 3 Bedroom/3 Bath 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Townhouse Please Call $1,000.00/Monthly 813-440-6440 Faulkenburg & Williams Mention Referral Code Road Near Interstate #FS505 (813) 770-7749 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Rooms/House For Rent House 2218 East 20th -Ybor City Near Bus Stop Quiet Neighborhood Rooms Newer Kitchen $75.00 -$125.00 $625.00/Monthly House Includes WID 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Small Pets OK $600.00/Monthly Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 531-4050 (813) 748-1566 BLICATION DEADLINES uesday Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 Words And 50$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad r-0 en m z -4 z m r-tD c: r rm -4 z ., c: tD r-(i) ::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c c

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