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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area
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N iij Features : Forums Educate Communltv About Risk Factors Of Breast Cancer c a: I.L BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Most people are not con cerned about statistics. How ever, one Tampa physician shared some important sta tistics pertaining to breast cancer. Mrs. Sonia Franklin, President of Sisters Network, Tampa Bay, said during the next few months, the organi zation is focusing on educa tion. An event will take place each month, beginning on Saturday, May 26th, to pro mote education. All four fo rums will take place at the YMCA, no E. Palm Avenue, from noon to 2 p.m. Mrs. Franklin said the first forum is entitled "BreastCancer101"and the guest speaker is Dr. Julia Cogburn, a Florida Breast Cancer Specialist I.L The featured speaker for C the Saturday June 23rd forum is Dr. Denis Johnc en w ;:) w > w c w :1: en ::::i m ;:) A. z Iii ..1 ..1 son, a Tampa surgeon. His topic is "Know The Many Types Of Breast Cancer." On Saturday, July 28th, the topic of discussion will be "Have An Assurance Get Insurance" and it will be presented by Colonial Life Insurance Company. On Saturday, August 25th, the topic will be "Wills and Trusts, Don't Leave Your Family In A Feud, Plan Ahead." Dr. Johnson shared some information that is im::J portant to women. However, he also said that men are not w z I= z w en c( c a: 0 _, I.L immune to breast cancer MRS. SONIA FRANKLIN President, Sisters Network, Tampa Bay Dr. Johnson defines a risk factor as "anythi ng that increases your chances of getting breast cancer. Some risk factors are genetic, envi ronmental reproductive, or age-related. However, Dr. Johnson said, having a risk factor does not mean that the person will get breast cancer. He explained that genetic breast cancers are approxi mately 5% to 10% of all breast cancers Genetic test ing is usually necessary for BRAC1 and BRAC2 genes. Unlike blood tests to de tect prostate cancer in men, there are no blood tests for breast cancer in women. But, environmental factors can include alcohol intake, little or no physical activity, post menopausal obesity, higher education or socioeconomic status. He said reproductive fac tors include the time a woman's menstrual cycle be gins, and whether or not she have ever been pregnant. Dr. Johnson addressed Voters Registration-You have Until Od. 9th To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 -Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida General Election -Nov. 6 DR. DENIS JOHNSON Staff Member at Florida Hospital the issue of breast cancer and minorities as Black women having a higher incident rate than white women under the age of 45. While cancer may not be preventable, Dr. Johnson said the best method of com bating cancer is to be proac tive. He endorses early detection and mammograms for women at the recom mended ages. Mrs. Franklin, who is a two-time breast cancer sur vivor, said, monthly exams, self examination of the body to detect changes, and yearly physical examinations are vital to early detection. She also said women should have daily exercise, have a balanced diet that in cludes fruits and vegetables, and eating foods high in an tioxidants, and take Omega 3 FYI Free Testing The HOPE Learning Cen ter, 2902 E. Lake Ave., will be the site for free testing on Fri day June 1, 2012, 10 a. m. -3 p.m. There will be free Tubercu losis tests, HIV tests, Syphilis tests, give aways and educa tion. Citv Kicks on 'Screen On The Green' Movie Series BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor This summer the City will introduce a new concept for downtown Tampa. Through a partnership, with several other organizations, they will offer a series of movies. This is the first time that the city has attempted such a venture. Entitled "Screen On The Green," the first movie will be shown (today) Friday, May 25th, at the Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, 6oo N. Ashley Drive. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said, "I'm excited about it. It is an opportunity for families and children to come down town and experience the river, the parks, and be ex posed to parts of the city that they may never have seen be fore. "We are really trying to energize our downtown parks and bring people downtown. We want to make sure that folks know that downtown is everyone's front door and I will be down there with my two daughters to watch the movie. The event is free and de signed for the entire family. All of the movies featured are rated G or PG and will begin at dusk with short anima tions. The series will feature a different movie throughout the summer every two weeks. The first movie that will be shown on May 25th is "Kung FuPanda:z." "Raiders of the Lost Ark" will be shown on June Sth. The last movie showing for the month is "Shrek," which will air on June 22"d The month of July begins with the showing of "Willy Wonka and the Choco late Factory," on July 61h. On July 201h, the movie "Beetlejuice" will light up the screen. The series ends on August 3'd with the showing of "Puss 'n Boots." The "Screen On The Green series was launched by the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department and the Tampa Downtown Partnership. Greg Bayor, the new Di rector of Parks and Rec re ation credits Ms. Linda Carlo with coming up with the idea "I was talking to my programmer and she said the Mayor wanted to keep the parks active during the sum mer, so she came up with the idea." He said the idea became a reality once it was discussed with their downtown part ners.

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Features council Discusses VFW To Host Annual N Imposing Night Memorial oav Program i Club Regulations On Thursday, among the agenda items the Tampa City Council discussed was im posing night club regulations. The need to impose the regu lations is centered around what one Council member said was a pattern of prob lems at Club Manilla on 7'h Avenue. Councilman Frank Reddick established the fact that the club does have security personnel inside the club and off-duty officers outside Councilman Reddick said he hoped someone from the club would have been at the meeting to explain why the problems are occurring and what they are doing to correct them, but the owner, Fred Schwartz, nor any other representative of Club Manilla was present. Representing the City's legal department, Rebecca Hert explained that the City does not have the legal ability to regulate night clubs. "What I would suggest is something that would allow us to regulate the business permit. That would cover all night clubs in the city. We also must clearly define what a night club is. We've modi fied our amendment to say if there is a cover charge or minimum drink requirement, a dance floor, and you're open to the public in the late evenings, you're operating a night club." l!ert also said the size of the crowd determines how many off duty police officers have to be hired. "We have to determine if a club is a nuisance before it can be shut down through city action, said Hert. "Certain criminal activity also plays a role as well as vi olations such as illegal sale of alcohol to minors and drug possession. Some violations can result in the revocation of the club's operating license. We also want to recommend that bouncers at clubs be licensed security guards." Councilwoman Lisa Monte Hone said the city is not reg ulating alcoholic beverages, but trying to adopt night club regulations. You can sell alcohol all night long, but not actually .run the night club that long. We can regulate the hours of operation of a night club, but not the sale of alcohol." Councilman Reddick pointed out that you can go in a club at the age of 18, but you have to be 21 to buy alcoCouncilman FRANK REDDICK hol. Dr. JeannaMastroDicasa, a former Gainesville City Commissioner, and current Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Florida, said you can't regulate hours of operation or the age limit at night clubs. "We also discovered you can't regulate excessive drink specials or the club's li censes." Councilwoman Montelione said she wants to see the city hold the bar I club owners responsible. "I'd like to see us find a way to hold the right people accountable. Holding em ployees responsible is a concern of mine. I also understand in some cases, the property owner and the person running the night club may be different people. "In some cases, the property owners are not aware of what's going on at the club, and I think they should take action." Councilman Reddick wanted to know if there are clubs in the area that start at age 21 for patrons. The answer was the Hard Rock Casino is the only one. "I think underage drink ing will continue to be a problem especially if you can get in at the age of 18," said Councilman Reddick. "Someone inside the club is buying/giving the t8-year olds alcohol, especially with the drink specials. I don't think 18-year-olds should be allowed to go into establishments that sell alcohol. The Council decided to not make any decision at this time on imposing any regula tions. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@jlsentinel.com. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor More than a decade ago, several military-related or ganizations joined forces in honor of Memorial Day. The organizations decided to re member deceased veterans by placing flags on their re spective graves. This year, marks the 15th year that the military organi zations have decorated the graves and held a special Me morial Day Program. The organizations in volved this year are The Vet erans of Foreign Wars Post 1339, VFW Post 10140, the American Legion Post 167, and the Buffalo Soldiers. The Memorial Day Program will take place on Monday; May 28th, 10 a.m., at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue. Melvin Collins, Com mander of VFW Post 1339 said, "This is the i5th year we have put on this event. We do it to honor our veterans and MELVIN COLLINS Commander VFW Post 1339 to show support. We pray for those that are in harm's way to keep us safe. "We invite the commu nity to come out and support us. Help us take pride in our community by remembering our friends and loved ones who have served this great nation. The traditional Memorial Day Program will take place on Monday. However, on Saturday, May 261h, Commander Collins and sev eral volunteers, including Boy Scouts from the bay area, will visit the cemetery and place flags on the graves of the veterans. They will begin placing the flags at 7:30a.m. Family members of deceased veterans, members of the community, as well as the general public are en couraged to show support by volunteering for the placement of flags or by attending the program. This year, the guest speaker is Ms. Barbara Nollie, Chaplain at the James A Haley Veteran's Hospital ;!! Commander Collins 0 said when the program began, they had identified )> approximately 1,100 graves en of veterans. However, they placed flags on more than ::::! 1,6oo graves For more information r contact Commander al c: Collins at (813) 238-5627 or r (813) 293-8313. ::::! z "'tt c: m r en J: m 0 m < m FREE Professional Service -t c: m C/) ) News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 'Service Support from the beginning to the end. 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TAMPA, FL 33810 PREPARATION OF BUSINESS AND PERSONAL TAX RETURNS ACCOUN11NG SERVICES AUDIT OF NON-PROm/ PROFIT ORGANIZAnoNS AUDIT OF HUD 1 REPRESENTATION BEFORE THE IRS 27 Years of Professional Citizens Encouraged To Check Voting Status Earlv To avoid ProbleiDs BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, an article printed in a newspaper analyzed the data pertaining to a list of potential ineligible voters. The analysis reportedly revealed that the majority of the names on the list were African Americans and Democrats. Supervisors of Elections purged a combined 7 ,ooo names from the voter rolls during the first four months of the year. The list included individuals who are not legal citizens and convicted vot ers. The published article said, "A Times/Herald analysis of four months' worth of data from the state Division of Elections shows that 6,934 people were removed from the rolls in the first four months of 2012 follow ing felony convictions and that Democrats were three times more likely to be removed than Republicans. "Of that total, 3,550 or 51 percent were registered as Democrats, and 1,206 or 17 percent were registered as Republicans. Another 1,614, or 23 percent, were regis tered with no party affilia tion. "Here's the racial break-down of felons removed from the voter database in 2012: Whites accounted for 3,018 or 44 percent, and blacks accounted for 2,956 or 42 percent. Hispanics accounted for 6o8 or 9 per cent. "The five zip codes that accounted for the largest number of civil rights revo cations were in Jacksonville and Tampa. Jacksonville, the state's largest city, had the most purged felons (928). Tampa had 797, Miami 367, Orlando 222, and St. Petersburg 174." Travis Abercrombie, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections, said the list of purged names was statewide and were primari ly of illegal citizens. "We receive names every day electronically. Once we receive the names, we must generate a certified letter that gives the person 30 days to respond, if the infor mation is incorrect," he said. However, Abercrombie said the voters do not hav e to wonder if their names are on any of the lists generated statewide. He said the sim plest way to know is to go to the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections web-site, enter the requested information, and complete the boxes. "Voters can visit the web site and update their infor mation. If there is an error, then that person will have the opportunity to correct it prior to the election. If the person is a convicted felon who has had his or her rights restored, then that person only needs to show proof." Abercrombie said if resi dents check their voting status early, then it will elimi nate any problems that may arise during an election. He also said, if there is a prob lem, then the voter will have time to correct it prior to the election. Once on the website, select My Registration Status." The person then only needs to enter his or her last name date of birth, and the numbers in that person' s address. Once the informa tion is submitted, it quickly reveals that person' s infor mation and voter status Abercrombie said any one with questions or who is seeking additional information can contact the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office at (813) 744-5900. Citv To Launch Its 'First' Do10estic PannershiP Registrv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, members of City Council approved the first Domestic Partnership Registry in the Tampa Bay Area. The Registry affords certain rights to unmarried individuals who enroll. People wishing to sign up for the Registry will have the opportunity to do so begin ning on Monday, June 25, at 9a.m. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said, "As Mayor, I welcome this new opportunity to ensure that all citizens of the City of Tampa have the same basic rights and to spread our spirit of inclusiveness. This is a community that treats everyone with dignity. We are a City that celebrates our diversity as strength." The ordinance that created the Registry defines it as a domestic partnership between two individuals who live together and share a common domestic life. According to the ordinance that created the Registry, it gives the following rights: "To visit his or her partner in health care facilities; to make certain health care decisions for his or her partner; to make funeral and burial decisions for his or her partner; to be notified as a family member in case of emergency; to be designated his or her partner's preneed guardian; and to participate in the education of his or her partner's children." However, the Registry clearly states, "Nothing in this article shall be con strued as recognizing or treating a registered Domestic Partnership as a marriage., Some of the requirements for the Domestic Partnership are: The participants must be at least 18 years old and competent to enter a contract. Neither person can be cur rently married under Florida law or in a domestic partner ship or a member of a civil union with anyone other than the co-applicant. The partners cannot be related by blood, they must reside together in a residence they share, and both are required to register in person at Tampa City Hall during the designated hours, among other requirements. Tampa became the first city in the bay area to approve and enact a Domestic Partnership Registry. The ordinance was apP.roved on April 5, 2012. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information can visit the website at

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g Page Six c Solid waste Memorial oav Holidav Collection Schedule ii: There will be no residential lL garbage, yard-waste, recycling, or blue-box recycling collection on Monday, May 28th. The City of Tampa Solid Waste Department will be closed in recognition of the Memorial Day holiday. Residential garbage collec tion services for customers affected by the holiday will resume on Thursday, May 31, 2012. Residential recycling and yard-waste collection will resume on the next regularly scheduled recycling collection day Monday, June 4, 2012. New Tampa Residents should contact Hillsborough County Solid Waste Management at (813) 2725690 for the holiday collec tion schedule. Commercial Services will occur one day after the sched uled collection day. Commercial accounts sched uled for service on Monday, Free Grant Writing Workshop Planned The West Tampa Community Development Corporation and the >National Institute for C Strategic and Tactical Planning will host a free pro lL fessional grant-writing 0 workshop. The workshop will take place on Thursday, May 31st, from 2 p.m. to 0 3:30 p.m., at the Children's g) Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 E. Palm >Avenue. a: The workshop is designed for staff, administrators, W board members of non-prof0 w en :::i m :::) a.. z ti ...1 ...1 :::) m THOMAS E PARNELL, ESQ it organizations, faith based organizations, government agencies and other taxexempt status organizations. Seating is limited and anyone planning to attend the workshop is asked send a confirmation email to wefind&rants@aol.com to confirm a seat and obtain an invitation and workshop packet. No one will be admitted without an invita tion. For more information con tact Michael Randolph at (813) 857-7657. May 28, 2012 will be serviced on Saturday, June 2 2012. Commercial accounts scheduled for service Saturday, June 2, 2012 will be serviced on schedule. Normal collec tion schedules will resume Monday, June 4, 2012. For questions or concerns, contact the City of Tampa Utility Services Customer Care at (813) 348-uu,or visit the website at www.tam pagov.net/solidwaste. All, BudWeiser onarRides To Intoxicated DriVers AAA and Budweiser will offer free rides to intoxicated drivers during the Memorial Day weekend with the Tow to Go program. The program is designed as a last resort for intoxicated drivers. Tow to Go provides a confidential ride and tow home from any bar or restaurant free of charge to anyone who may have had too much to drink by calling 1-8oo AAA-HELP (4357). The services are offered throughout Florida, Georgia, and West and Middle Tennessee. Tow to Go is a free public service offered by AAA and Budweiser that is funded through donations to the Auto Club South Traffic Safety Foundation. ROLANDO GUERRA, ESQ. NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. Travvon Manin Moments Before He Died TRAYVON MARTIN .. In 7-11 Convenience Store Before He Was Shot and Killed A 7-11 store video provides a glimpse into the final moments of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin just before he crossed paths with George Zimmerman on Feb. 26, in Sanford, Florida. The video shows Trayvon purchasing a can of Arizona ice tea and a pack of Skittles at a 7-11 minutes before he was shot and killed by Zimmerman, a neighbor hood watchman. Trayvon, wearing a dark gray hoodie, is seen walking to the cooler at the rear of the store and then proceeding to the counter to pay for his purchases. Moments later, as he returned to his Dad's house in a nearby gated community, Trayvon was shot through the heart from intermediate range of about 3 feet, according to the autopsy report. The finding disputes Zimmerman's account that Trayvon was on top of him beating his head into the pavement when he fired his handgun at close range in self defense. Studv: Hall 01 Wronulv Accused Prisoners Are Black A new registry compiled by two major universities reveals that more than 2,000 prisoners were incor rectly imprisoned for serious crimes since 1989. After perusing the registry, it has been uncovered that more than half of the newly exonerated prisoners were African American, according to Newser. The University of Michigan Law School and Northwestern University School of Law worked in tandem to compile the data and found that 5 out of 10 falsely accused defendants were Black and 9 out of 10 were male. Before now, there was no official recordkeeping arm or prisoner exonerations and the schools say this is the most-com-plete listing ever created. DNA evidence seemed to be the thread that unbound the prisoners from their premature fates, with many of the arrested charged with homicides and sex crimes. Two-thirds of the exoner ations came by way of DNA testing and nearly one-third of the 416 false homicide convictions were exposed due to genetic testing. Supplemental Security Workers' Compensation Long-Tenn/Short-Term Disability FMLA/ ERISA Retaliation 220 E. Madison Street, Suite 1110 Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 223-1200 www. fordlawfinn.org

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Local Tampa Citv Council wants RNC Gun Ban Florida Governor Rick Scott said no to Tampa's call to regulate guns during the Republican National Conven tion, but City Council mem bers haven't pushed the issue aside yet. Council members agreed to ask the Secret Service De partment of Justice and the region s congressional dele gation to do what Gov. Scott and Legislature haven't: ban concealed weapons from the RNC Event Zone The plan was the result of a discussion by Council mem bers of Mayor Bob Buck horn's 18-page Event Zone ordinance that lays out the rules for protesters likely to fill the streets, sidewalks and parks during the convention from August 27th to the 30th. The Council gave final ap proval to the plan with a 4-2 vote. Council members Yvonne Capin and Mary Mulhern said no, and Coun cil Chairman, Charlie Mi randa, was absent during the vote. Members of the Occupy Tampa group provoked a strong response from Councilman Frank Reddick, who was angered by the group's actions of writing on the sidewalk outside City Hall in chalk and leaving messages in bathrooms inside the building. Orient Park Cleanup A Big Success County Commissioner, Leslie "Les" Miller, said his office had been receiving complaints about areas of the Orient Park community, and its perceived lack of attention by Code Enforcement and other county agencies. "The complaints ranged from overgrown fields and lots, to abandoned houses, and people operating busi nesses from the driveways of their home," said Comm. Miller. "Residents in the area were feeling neglected, be cause they said there were lots, fields, and overgrowth in the area that hadn't been cut for years." Through Comm. Miller's office, Hillsborough County Code Enforcement's "Operation Fight The Blight" was launched on April 2nd, and 30 days later, county of ficials said the cleanup effort was a big success. According to County Communications spokesper son, Carol Michel, nearly 100 tons of trash was col lected, along with debris and junk from the Orient Park area. "As a result of the opera tion, 494 properties were in spected by Code Enforcement, and 268 cita tions were issued for various violations, including overgrowth, inoperable vehicles, and abandoned property. "Also, 1,607 discarded tires were picked up, 300square-feet of graffiti was cleaned from buildings and fences, 61 dumpsters contain ing 96.93 tons of trash and debris was collected, and a house in the 6500 block of 26th Avenue was condemned and demolished." The boundaries for the cleanup were from North 62nd Street east to North 76th Street, and from Colum bus Drive north to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Code Enforcement teamed up with Orient Park residents and Tampa Electric Company workers, along with several other county agencies, including Affordable Housing Services, Animal Services, Parks, Recreation and Con servation, and Public Utili ties. Also, Code Enforcement officers conducted a sweep to reduce crime and help create a safe environment for fami lies. Michel said 242 resi dents came to their drop-off site with debris and other items. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e mailed at lcrews@flsen tinel.com. Communitv leader Has Sights On Becoming A Florida Delegate If you live in East Tampa, you know Evan geline Best has long been an advocate for the people and businesses of East Tampa. With more than so years experience as a community organizer and activist, Ms. Best said she has no intention of stopping her serv ice to the people of Tampa. "I know most of what I've accomplished has been in the East Tampa area, but my dedica tion is to all the people of Hillsborough County," said Ms. Best. "When I retired as a Social Services Coun selor, my plan was to be able to do more work in the community without restraint. I feel free mentally to do what God told me to do, and that's love people and do what I can for those in my world. Ms. Best said she's thankful to all of the people she has had the pleasure to serve, and her effort to become a Florida delegate is a call ing. ''I'm more accustomed to helping candi dates behind the scenes. This is another chal lenge and experience for me. I realize this is a long shot, because I may not be as well known as others. I see myself continuing to support prospective candidates. I'm also proud of my skill of winning elections through absentee bal lots. "When it comes to voter purging, I think it's a strategic move to not have some people be a part of the process." Ms. Best said she makes sure our seniors understand the voting process, and how to use HART 2012 u EVANGELINE BEST "TT r-0 absentee ballots. :!! "It's up to us to educate people so they will C know what they're doing, and why. "I want everyone to be a committee of one m in their neighborhood to make sure people are able to get to the polls and are registered to z vote." m Reporter Leon B. Crews m reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-,;naltteczt C at lcrews@flsentinel.com. J= z ., c m c tn :::1: m c m < m -1 c m tn c )> z c "TT :!! c May 14 through August 31 HART For more information, call HARTinfo Line (813) 254-4278, TDD (813} 626-9158 or visit www.goHART.org H i llsborough Area Regi ona l Trai\Si t Aut hority : C) m ....., I )>

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Local atf i Monin To Host Prostate >"' Cancer Treatment Series BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Moffitt Cancer Cen ter will host their "2012 Prostate Cancer Treatment Series." The series will take place on three separate dates at Moffitt Cancer Cen ter at International Plaza, 4101 Jim Walter Blvd. On Thursday, May 3151, the discussion will focus on "Advances in Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer," presented by Richard Wilder, M.D., and Matthew Biagioli, M.D. On Thursday, June 14th, the topic will be "Prostate Cancer: Knowledge Is Power; A Primer On Prostate Cancer Man agement Options," pre sented by Julio Pow-Sang, M.D. Nagi Kumar, R.D., F.A.D.A., will pres ent "The Ps Plan To Pre vent Prostate Cancer." Kristine Donovan, Ph.D., and patient Advo cate Dan Biser will discuss "Sexual Health TreatC ment-Related Issues." On Thursday, July 26th, the topic will focus on "New Treatments For Metastases: Al pharadin, Hormones, and Chemotherapy." LL c z c( c f/) w : ... > a: w > w c w ::z::: f/) :::::i r:D : 11. z i= w ..J ..J : r:D General Membership Meeting Saturday, May 26, 2012 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon Tampa Park Plaza 1417 Tampa Park Plaza -Tampa Please RSVP by May 18, 2012 Membership applications will be available at the meeting. Refreshments will be served. RSVP: tobamember@gmail.com or visit our website: www toba-network org ..J w TOBA is a vibrant organization with a vision to impact Z and improve the African-American community. i= z w f/) c( c a: 0 ..J LL Michael Tomblyn, M. D., and Estrella Car ballido, M. D. will make the presentation. Hors d'oeuvres and re freshments will take place from 5:30p.m. to 6:15p.m., before each lecture. The presentation will take place from 6:15 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. with breakout sessions. The sessions are free, but limited to 75 guests per session. Anyone wishing to attend the sessions should RSVP to 1-888-MOFFITT (1-888-663-3488). 25 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. DR. MOSES BROWN Music Students To Showcase Talents During Recital BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor It saddens Mrs. Helen Morrison when she thinks about the reality that there are not as many young people who enter the arts, especially piano training, as there were some years back. More parents are working longer hours and are unable to get their children to the classes. Then, because of the longer hours, parents are not able to enforce the at-home study that is so necessary. "Piano study promotes transfer of learning, concen tration, discipline coordina tion, self-control, a sense of accomplishment and a healthy, positive attitude. En joyment and fun are the ulti mate benefits," she explains. Mrs. Morrison, a re tired educator, still trains stu dents at her studio, Morrison Music Studio Genesis, Inc. A glimmer of hope how: ever, brings a smile to her face when she talks about the 12 students she is currently training. These students will have an opportunity to showcase their talents on Sunday, June 10, 2012, 4 p. m. at their "End of the Year Gathering and Recital. The promotion and awards event will be held at the University Area Commu nity Center. The public is in vited and encouraged to come support the students. National Two of the current stu dents were participants in last weekend's Mid-State Music Teachers Association Schol arship Competition for stu dents up to 5th grade. Cenai Dugue and Robert Morrison, Ill, received Honorable Mention. Twenty-eight stu dents participated. On Wednesday, May 23rd, students were participants in a music festival. Ann Hawkins, a retired Theory professor at the University of South Florida, shared point ers on the students' perform ances. Students who will show case their talents are: Kiddy Keys," with concentration on ages late 3S to 5-year-olds, Susie Clark, Drew Harvey and Gloria Sanchez. This is a new group and they have done very well," Mrs. Mor rison stated. Other students are: Begin ners, Markayla Hayes, Raliyah Turner, Triniti Youngblood and Aviana George. Early Elementary Group: Cenia Dugue and Robert Morrison, III. Late Elementary Group: Gabrielle -Morrison and Edward Morrison. The lone adult is Pat Comme dore. Mrs. Morrison is cur rently preparing for the sum mer camp program. For more information on any of the programs, please call (813) 357-9325 No Charges For Babvsiner Whose Acquaintance Put Toddler In Washing Machine Police have contacted the mother of a 1-year-old baby boy who was seen trapped inside a washing machine on a viral YouTube video. The video was uploaded to YouTube where it garnered millions of hits. The mother S _akia David, 24, told NBC10 she left her son, Saimeir Bush, in the care of a babysitt er earlier this month. The babysitter, along with an acquaintance whom Sakia says she did not know, took Saimeir to the Federal Laundromat in Camden a couple of weeks ago. Sakia told NBC10 she had no idea what had hap pened to her son until she saw the video footage on the evening news. Sakia said she asked the babysitter about the incident, but the babysitter denied that was Saimeir in the video. Sakia said she believes the incident was an accident and that the unidentified male was playing with her son when he put Saimeir in the washer. All the same, Sakia says she won't use the Unidenti fied baby sitter again. Nobody should ever put a child in a washing ma chine, said Saimeir's grandmother Doreen Bey.

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., Loca' l 2012 women's Empowerment 100 BlacllMen 01 Conference Planned Tampa Bav Wins BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ten years ago, a Tampa pastor developed the concept of a mentoring clinic and conference to nurture women. Now, she is ready to bring those who share her vi sion together. Pastor Vanda Jacobs said she incorporated "Women Walking In Wholeness" last April. She will host a 3-day conference featuring speakers who share her vision. The program par ticipants represent various religious backgrounds. PASTORS JAKE AND VANDA JACOBS Entitled the "2012 Women's Empowerment Coriference,"' Pastor Jacobs said, the Conference will begin on Thursday, May 3111 and end on Saturday, June 200. The list of some participants includes Pastor Marzetta Howell, Pastor Chloe Coney, Pastor Louise Gentle, Pastor Noemi Montanez, Elder Francis Jennings and Elder Yvonne Barnes. Other participants are Elder Patricia Smith, Va lerie Miller, Valerie AnBiblical Workshop derson-Stallworth, Ann Thompson, Latasha Brady, and Kimberland Jackson. Psalmists include Chrystal Capheart, LaVaneseia C. Jacobs, and Lynette Brown. Chasidy Spain, Minis ter Walter Jennings, Niqua Moody, and Alicia Johnson will represent the Arts. "1, along with my husband, Pastor Jake Jacobs, and several women in the bay area have come together to 3ra !JI.nniversarg Ce{e6ration of P astor Albert Gallman, Jr. & Lady Wilma Gallman .... Friday, May 25th -7 p.m. Peace Family Fun Nite Honori11111 Our Putor & Rrat lady lt't A Blw ./eM Aftlllr" You'n In For A 1'i'eatl SUildaJ, May 27th -7:45 a.m. ERIC &ALLMON join forces naturally and spir itually to be a blessing toothers. "We will use our talents and skills, successes, but more importantly, our fail ures, yes, the events in our lives that push us into the path of our purpose and des tiny. We are real women, with real problems, with real solutions, serving a real God, who is faithful and has prom ised to never leave us alone in what we walk through in this life, Pastor Jacobs said. She stated that her husband will be a participant be cause the women requested a male be invited. Bishop Designate SYLVESTER ROBINSON Pastor of St. Mark M.a. Churcll Qulncy,R. 0 Prestigious Award N Recently, members of the 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay, Inc., learned they had captured 3rd place in a competitive competition. The Tampa Bay Chapter's Hillsborough Community College Collegiate 100 Chapter competed in the 2012 Colle giate 100 Chapter of the Year Award" competition. The group recently learned that they had captured 3rd place. The Collegiate 100 members will be honored during the 26th Annual Conference that will take place from June 13th through June 17th, in Atlanta. The award will be presented at the "State of the 100 Report BrealifaJit,"' on Friday, June tsth. The theme of the confer ence is "The 100 A. One: One Y1Bion, One Voice."' Tony Jeffreys, MBA/MHA Collegiate 100 Chairman of 100 Black Men of America, Inc., said in a letter to SEAN DICKERSON President of 100 Black Men ofTampa Bay, Inc. the organization, "It is my sin cere honor to announce that your Collegiate 100 Chapter came in 3l'd place to receive the 100 Black Men of America, Inc., 2012 Collegiate too Chap ter of the Year Award." Sean Dickerson, Presi dent of the too Black Men of Tampa Bay, Inc., said, "We are extremely proud of their work in the community and this is a great honor. Mistlon Socl ti Svndoy. Mar 27th p Theme: The Duties of The Chfth Mission .... Eccelesiates 12:13-14 Rev. Carlos Boyer, Speaker Wml -1 L 0. C. M.'s \Nomen In Purp l<' Rf VIVAL! Sunday, may 27, 2012 3 P. M. May 28-31,2012 7 P.M. Nightly

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:::;) a. z i= w ..J ..J :::;) m ..J w z i= z w en ct c a: 0 ..J u. siCttt; cetrAaiOCiiiionoliliflsooronsli <:!ouni}t Presents Music of the "60s", "70s" & "80s" WbeD: Saturday, June 2, 2012 Wllere: Zendah' Orotto Hall 4402 W. Ohio Avenue T:une: Do Dation: 9:00PM-2:00AM $15.00 in Advance $20.00 at the Door BYOB & FOOD-DJ-steve "Hitman"Williams WMNF-88.5 FM Door Prizes for tlae best "60s", "70s" & "80s" Outfits Ticket Outlet: Sidde CeO Oflke 3402 N. 22nd St. 247-5999 Dll DCIII 1-%75 s.oa .. EDt .fl-8 ror us. 9l E. toward Dale Mllk)o/Nenll..,_._.,_. .-.Nortll Dele Mabry Hlp way turn ld1 oo W. 'n.,. lay BIYd ..U*Inllk drde tam rtpt oato N. Lois Ave. to Zeadalt Gna.JW. 'Choices' To All Grads Of 2012 ----.. ................ ,..... plldllg J'MIIn 1M poetlloa bluy I tried ......... ,. ............ ... JIWit lilY best '* ....... I aaalll W1J ...... lllta..JIU ..... til .. ,.. .. Liltln to many, but fellow Gilly few; Choil&. -..... Cll'8fUIIy wlllcb road ... Model .... 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"" yuu and your ability to AdliM &r.lnla for yourself, and your flllow JIDIIIrJitlloJU'IIIII. .. ,. ..... 1118111dnd. still I ,..,_.. .. 111111. ....... 1& nat ....,. ...... tint ...... It's (Wrilln By Tonya "Cookie" Widenwl) ice Con-ununity Speaking for Itself' Author Hopes Book Will Inspire Others BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Janice Harris said grow ing up, she always fasci nated With poetry and writing. The 1983 Leto grad actually got a scholarship through \fTMP usoAM radio to attend college. She later graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in Sociology. "As a student in high I alw,ays wanted to help people," said Ms. Harris. ; I "I achfally started off studying engineering, but I was drawn toward a career that would put me in direct contact with other people. Now, I'm an administrative assistance with the School District-of Hillsborough County." Ms. Harris has just pub lished her first book, .JANICE HAlUUS "Looking Up Poetry and Quotes,., and she hopes the public will. enjoy it. "It took me 9 months to finish it and get it published," said Ms. Harris. "The book contains poems and quotes I wrote, and I credit my co-workers for encouraging me to go forward with the book." Ms. Harris said because she got married at a young age and found herself raising 3 children, she needed stability, so she wasn't able to do the kind of work she really wanted. "When you have children, your priorities change," said Ms. Harris. -They become the most important things in your life, and they always come first." Ms. Harris said she's always been fascinated with the Renaissance Era, and enjoys writing and reading. "I hope people will get inspiration from my poems and quotes," said Ms. Harris. "I'm working on another book now, and I expect to have it published before the end of the year." Ms. Harris's book is available at Barnes and Noble Book Stores, online, or through Amazon. MODI Credits God For Acquinal II Son On ADIDIPIId BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Although a jury recently acquitted Gerald Jones of attempted murder, he IS not free. He is currently serving a sentence of 364 days on two other charges. However, mother, Ms. Tesa Chatman, said, "I was just praying that he did n't get a life sentence. I feel he dodged a bullet. "He had a very good attorney and I know the jury made the decision to acquit him, but I know that it was the will of God. It was a miracle because God stood up for my son." The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office arrested Jones on Valentine's Day and .charged him with atte.mpted second-degree murder; aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, (firearm); trespassing on property other than a struc ture; and criminal mischief. The jury acquitted Jones of the more serious crimes of attempted second-degree murder and 3:ggravated bat-rderCharue GERALD .lONES His moni calls his acquittal a miracle tery with a deadly weapon He was sentenced to 364 days on the lesser charges. Jones was arrested in connection with a shooting that took place on a Friday afternoon in January 2012. The Sheriffs Office respond ed to a call for assistance and upon arrival, discovered a 21-year-old Daniel Drake was the victim of a shooting. He was admitted to Tampa General Hospital with a gunshot wound to the head. Drake recovered after undergoing surgery to remove the bullet. Police learned that Drake and Jones had been engaged in an argument and physical confrontation prior to the shooting. A week after the shooting, Jones, who was 17, was arrested. Jones claimed selfdefense, admitting that he had gone to purchase a half pound of "hydro marijuana from Drake, who admitted to being a dealer. Ms. Chatman said her son knows how fortunate he is and plans to change. "My son is sorry for it and he has repented. He has been given another chance and he needs those 364 days to get his head together. I hope he takes this chance to do something with his life. She further stated that he is talented and knows about computers and writing music, and she will continue to pray for him. "I hope he out and makes the right decisions. I realize that it could have been the other way. He could have been the one who got shot in the head."

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Local j zann' Returns Tampa's Honest Group To Tampa Announcing Its Return In this photo from the past are (left to right): Freddie Shellman, the late Roger Troutman, and Terry "Zapp" Troutman. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer During the 1970s and 1980s, artists who were innovative ruled the airwaves and packed arenas during concerts. One of the groups that was at the top when it came to innovation was Zapp. The group was founded by Roger Troutman in Dayton, Ohio, and included himself and his three brothers, Larry, Terry, and Lester. On April 25, 1999, Roger Troutman was shot and killed by older brother, Larry, who later took his own life. But younger brothers, Terry and Lester, have continued touring and keeping Zappalive. On Friday, May 25th at Celebrity's (Club Manilla), a "Memorial Weekend Jam" will be held featuring Zapp live in concert. There will also be a special tribute to the late Roger Troutman. Sponsored by Uncle John's Sausage, Freddie Shellman, and Brother Rap, Celebrity's is the place you want to be for the kind of evening only true Zapp fans will enjoy. The Troutman brothers will be featuring all of the group's hits, including those made by Roger. Doors will open at 8 p. m. There will be plenty of free food and a happy hour With affordable ticket prices of $25.00, $40.00 VIP, Shellman and the Troutman brothers hope everyone will come out for an evening they will be talking about for a long time. "There will definitely be 'More Bounce To The Ounce' Friday night at Celebrity's (Club Manilla)," said Shellman. r., Barberr-fluts, .... .. =-' S1o.oo. www.melaneeshalrstudlo.com IFOILILCJ>'VV US ON f BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter A lot of successful record ing artists have come out of Tampa. Many have gone to Atlanta, Georgia to make their claim to fame, but one group has stood fast to their roots, and refuses to leave. Military?, who burst upon the scene a few years ago with their big hit, "All Da Way Live," is ready to regain their spot at the top with their latest release, "Go Juke City ,featuring Tae Bae." Military?'s commander in-chief, Soljah, said they took a 6 month break to get reorganized and settle down. "We lost some members, but not our inspiration to create more music," said So)jah. "I think we have a great team in place right now, and things are beginning to fall in place." Military?'s new hit is get ting plenty of playtime in the area clubs and on 95.7FM. If you want to be success-MILITARY? Is: Soljah, Ms. Williams, A-M-P, and Militia 7 ful in this business, you've got to pull up your sleeves, and work," said So)jah. "Even more important you have to surround yourself with people who share your vision and motivation Once the train starts rolling, it won't stop for passengers. Either you're already on board, or you'll get left behind." For Memorial Day week end, this Friday beginning at 8 p. m., Military? will be hosting a "Teen Night Luau Party" at the American ., Legion Center, 3810 West r Kennedy Boulevard. We wanted to do somec thing nice for the young peo)lo ple and give them a safe and secure environment to enjoy Z themselves," said So)jah. i "We will have plenty of m security in place, so everyone r can be prepared to just enjoy themselves and not worry r about anyone spoiling their J;; night." :::! z ------------------------------------------------------------New Show Gives Up And Comers 1 Voice c: aJ r-c;; :::&: m c m < Bernadine Tejeda said she' s calling all recording artists, fashion designers, artists, inventors, chefs, writ ers, and entrepreneurs. She wants to know if they are ready to host their own televi sionshow. As producer of "Tampa Bay Unplugged," Ms. '(ejeda said she wants to give people an entire hour to promote themselves on her show. "Your show will appear on Bright House, Verizon, Comcast public access chan nels, and appear on various internet broadcasts," said Ms. will receive a copy of your m televised show on DVD to add to your portfolio or website." Ms. Tejeda said this is a C: once-in-a-lifetime chance for m aspiring professionals to get C the kind of exposure they normally don't get until after )lo they're successful. Z For more information about this opportunity, contact Ms. :!! Tejeda at tampabayunC plu&&ed@yahoo.com. BERNADINE TEJEDA Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, and can be emailed at lcrewa@flsen tineLcom. Tejeda. "Once your show airs you < Football Contact coach 813.728.2154 coach CObb 813.770.6203 Or UAB 813.458.8558 Chaleadlng Contact coaca Tosba 818.850.9456 June2,2012 Temple Terrace Family Recreation Center (Reid F) 6610 Whltnay Dr. Temple Temtce, R.

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Father 018 Hit Bv Pickup Truck Dies The Florida Highway Patrol reported that on Monday night at 11:30 p. m. a Seffner man was when he was hit by a truck. Darryl Ellis, 46, was trying to cross Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard near Lakewood when he was hit by a pickup truck-dri ven by Johnny Clark, 20. Troopers said Mr. Ellis was not crossing in the marked walked into the. path of the pickup truck. He was pro nounced dead at the scene : According to hi.s .niece, Roneisha Wilson, Mr. Ellis is a native of Miami. DARRYL ElLIS n't worked for quite some time. He actually was a preacher for a while, and was really close to the Lord. "We don't know where he was coming from, or where he was going when he was hit." Ms. Wilson said. after Mr. Ellis graduatedfrom high school, he moved up to West Palm Beach, where he started preaching. "The entire family moved there after Andrew. We also have family in the Tampa area.".. Mr. Ellis was the father of 8 children, and also had 4 grandchildren. Funeral services were incomplete at press time. Brown's Funeral Home of Lantana, Florida is in charge of handling arrangemenets. "He was disabled and hade lan .lance Studio Presents i 3 SuDimer Dance Camps (/) w During the summer of 2012, > Kan Dance Studio will offer ffi young dancers (ages 3 -15) the > opportunity to train with W some of the best talent in the dance industry." :::t: This summer program Kan Dance Studio the chance m to reach out in the community and offer local dancers the z opportunity to:tri:lin with i= dance professionals they W wouldn't normally get th e chance to work with. i6 The summer program will ...J offer three incredible dance w camps, which will str,etch stu dents' talents and broaden !Z their understanding of what it W means to be a dancer. The Hip Hop & Jazz c Fusion Camp (July 9th July 14th) will feature g Atlanta's own, L. Davis. Ms. u.. Davis's credits include work-ing with Beyonce, J(eith Sweat, and she has apJ)eared on Target Commercials : The Contemporary Moderncamp (Juzy 23rd July 28th) will feature New York's own, Jasmine Forest. Ms. Forest's cred its include current member of Camille Brown & Dancers, Alvin Ailey Philadanco, Dallas Black Dance Theater II, and Eleone Dance Theatre. KANDACE NUNN The Fairy Camp (July 16th July 21st) will feature Tampa' s own, Kandace Nunn, the Artistic Director of Kan Dance Studio. Ms. Nunn's credits include Nickelodeon's hit, "The Backyardigans Live Tale of the Mighty Knights," Nickelodeon presents "Storytime Live", "Oz the Musical" with American Idol's Todrick Hall and Diana DeGarmo, and Kan Dance Studio featured on MTV's .hit show, Made! Ms. Nunn states, Our goal this summer is to help dancers become better informed future artists ; and invigorate the students with a vision of their dance poten tial." Any local dancers that are interested please call 813985 5950 Band Mates sav FAll Vicdm Volunteered Tole Hazed. ORLANDO, FL A Florida A&M drum major who died after being hazed on a bus was known for his opposition to hazing, put agreed to go through a bru tal initiation ritual because it was seen as an honor, ac cording to interviews with band mates released Wednesday. Robert Champion, 26, had asked all season to go through the hazing ritu. al known as "crossing over," defendant Jonathan Boyce said ... Multiple witnesses say the : ordeal involved the participant going from the front to the back of the bus while others beat the person. In The Spotlight LYN Some Spotlight features are quickly forgotten, but due to the number of requests we've gotten to see Ly11 again, it's obvious that our readers want to see her. Lyn stands 5'6" tall, and her favorite star is Klmora Simmons. Her hobbies are modeling, shopping, and going to the beach, and in the future, she plans to complete her degree in technical writing and market herself as a model and fashion critic. Lyn's philosophy of life is "just do what you love, and love what you do." The man in her life must be someone who is intelli gent, a go-getter, hard working, and takes care of his responsibilities. Congratulations to Lyn on being honored as a requested repeater as our Spotlight feature. Monday -Thursday 7:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Friday 7:00 A.M. 9:00 P.M. Saturday 8:00 A.M. 9:00 P.M Sunday 8:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. 30% OFF BREAKFAST, LUNCH OR DINNER W/AD Stop By ,,,II II 1 VIII I UVII n& I (813) 402-2913 Soul Food Restaurant 10200 N. 30th St. 1 Block North Of Linebaugh SouHood Everyday -Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Offering Collard Greens, Yellow Rice, Potato Salad, Com Bread, Fried Chicken, Fried Pork Chop, ChiUins, Fried Ash, Fried Shrimp, Cuban & Dell Sandwiches & Fried Lobster Talis

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Battleship Can't fig ure why this action-packed movie didn't do well at the box office is beyond me. (Oh, The Avengers). Must see! Made $25M. (Budget $209M). **** Dark ShadowsDirec tor Tim Burton and Johnny Depp come together for their 81h movie to remake the popular supernatural soap opera If you like Depp, he' s at his best playing a vi cious vampire. Made $50M. (Budget $150M).*** Marvel's 'The -Samuel Jack son (Nick Fury), Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evan (Captain America), Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), and Scarlett Jo hansson (Black Widow) vio:. lently come together to save the world from Thor' s brother, Loki and his under world soldiers. Action packed! 2 hrs./30 mins No. 1 at Box Office. Made $457M in U.S. ($L8B. worldwide). (Budget $220M). **** Safe (2012) -A suicidal cage fighter tries to protect a young Chinese wiz from the Triads, Russian gang sters and NY corrupt cops. Might be Jason Statham's best action film since "The Transporter." Very good storyline. Must-see! Made $16M (Budget N/ A). **** The Pirates! Bands Of Misfits -A family-friendly animation that does not compare to the short film classic Wallace & Grqmit." Wait for the video. Made $25M. (Budget $53M). **112 Think Like A Man Produced by St. Pete native, Will Parker, the movie is based on four women fol lowing the advice from Steve Harvey's best-selling book. Once the men find out where the women are get ting their advice, they turn the tables. Kevin Hart is hi larious. Must-see for laughs. Made. $85M. (Budget $12M).**** The Cabin In The Woods A group of college students venture into the woods to stumble on a de serted cabin and that's when the slaughter begins. The best horror movie of 2012. Made $40M. ( Budget N/A). **** The Hunger Games Based on the best-selling kid's novel, the movie tells the dark tale of a young fe male selected to compete in a vicious TV tournament in which 24 teenagers fight to their death. Made $391M. (Budget $78M). **** Lockout Guy Pearson is sent to a space prison to rescue the president's daughter. Disappointed. The acting was bad. Made $14M. (Budget N/A). **112 The Three Stooges Take your kids to see Curly, Moe and Larry for some laughs. Your kids will enjoy this movie. Made $41M. (Budget $30M). *** American Reunion The American Pie gang has grown-up and doing the same crazy antics from the past. Could have been fun nier. Not for kids Made $56M. (Budget $5oM). **112 Titanic 3D The ro mantic, disaster voyage re turns in 3D. Check this movie out if you have 3 hours to spare. Made $57M. (Budget $18M). [Titanic has made over $3 .2B]. **** Wrath Of The Titans Perseus (Sam Worthington) has to travel to the treacher ous underworld to save his father, Zeus (Liam Neeson) from his jealous brother and son. A better movie than the Clash Of The Titans. Action packed. Made $82M (Bud get $150M). **** (.BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Stephanie chastises Ridge for designing Hope s wedding dress; Bill and Justin take a trip to a prison to retrieve the one person needed to make their plan work; Stephanie confronts Liam about which w9man he is going to choose. Steffy has a heartfelt conversation with Ridge about Liam; a family member's betrayal promptS Hope to make a drastic decision about the guest list for her wedding; Deacon considers Bill's offer. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Will tells Gabi that he came out to his parents; Stefano throws a lunch for Lexie; Hope realizes that she and Bo can't move on until they deal with Stefano; Marlena sees John buying a gun. EJ and Will discuss Sami's reaction to Will coming out; Kate gives Sami some good ad vice; John and Marlena spend the day reminiscing with Abe and Lexie; EJ learns that Stefano played a role in Rafe finding about Sami's infidelity. GENERAL HOSPITAL Luke and Tracy are surprised; Sonny faces off with Todd; Edward and Monica get unsettling news. ELQ is on the minds of Edward, Monica and Tracy; Alexis gets a surprise greeting; Michael is one step closer to 'TI learning the truth. .-YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS On the anniversary of 0 Cassie's death, the Newmans pay tribute to her memory. Past conflicts cause fresh pain between Phyllis and Danny, while Cane contemplates betraying Genevieve to save his family. CJ)' z m HOROSCOPES c: .-z ., c: aJ Today's Birthday Mercury enters Gemini on your r-c;; birthday, amping up your brain wattage. You' re increasingly :::z: aware this year, with two eclipses and Jupiter in your sign. Let m it fly. Release all your glorious brilliance. You could see a definite rise in career, status and income. Ground it in love. < Gemini (May 21-June 21) -A friend of a friend is a big m help. You're exceptionally smart. Find ways to cut costs and increase profits. Don't dip into savings. Follow the rules. c! Cancer (June 22-July 22) Accept your friends' help, m even if you think you can go it alone. Be honest if you can t c keep a secret. Save as much as you can for later. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -There's a lot to learn from your ;a:.. elders, especially for the next two weeks. Be in communication Z you can't keep your promises. Passions stir. Give thanks. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)You'll be tested to advance in your career. Don't get pushed into starting before you re C ready r Take your time, get centered and go for it. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) New financial opportunities open up as Mercury travels through Gemini. Grab them as they come. Pursue those that call to your heart the most. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)You can learn a lot from a smart partner. Reassess your assets. Upgrade your personal environment Accept a challenge. (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Understanding what ot4ers want gets easier for a while. Listen to constructive crit icism. without getting hooked. Use what you learn to save money Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Include your team from the get 'go. Communication barriers disappear until the middle of June. Use what youhave at your disposal to clear obstacles. 'Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)You' ll find it easier to communicate your feelings so take advantage. You can get a lot done, but don't get distracted. Go for excellence. Plsces (Feb. 19-March 20)-A private place is more comforting for you today, but don't shy away from love. Access your creative side and express your feelings in paint or in verse. Aries (March 21-April19)-For the next two weeks, even smarter than usual. Postpone travel for now, and keep your money in your pocket. Simple pleasures satisfy. i'e Taurus (April2o-May 20)Spend some cash on your C) best -.iriterests Get physical exercise, and prepare your team m for the game. For the next three weeks, you1l increase profits ...a. through cleverness.

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. 'Manlnllacl3' Reunnes Will Smith wtllh'IV 11111 S1GI '' Michael Jaclkson's Lawven Bame Anll Tammvlee Janes: Opens Tallav ::C:.. To Save $BOOM Worth 01 Art > a: LL Q a: LL Q z c( Q (/) w ;:) 1w > w Q w ::1: (/) :J ID ;:) Q. z t= w _, _, ;:) ID TOMMY LEE JONES And WILL SMITH The best word to describe "Men in Black 3" is Will Smith is back. The movie is light and fun, and the charming Smith reminds us why he is one of the world's most well liked movie stars. Smith and Tommie Lee Jones return with the 'Men In Black 3' sequel, which ar rives 10 years after "Men in Black!!." Director Barry Sonnenfeld has never been able to recapture the mag i c of the original film from 1997 and the joys of the lightning-in. a-bottle pairing of Smith with the great Jones and his drier-than-the-Sahara delivery. The two of them in matching suits is already enough to provoke some laughs. Add goofy aliens, giant guns and that brain cleansing Neuralyzer thingie and you're bound to get some satisfaction. Themorieopem (today) Friday at the theaters. Chris Brawn Allegellllllckell Out II Vegas Nightclub Chris Brown was allegedly es corted out of a Las Vegas club by his security crew CHRIS and the club's BROWN security, before the Billboard Music Awards this week. An alleged witness to the incident claims, "He got in the guy's face and was curs ing at him, and saying, 'Are these girls with you or with me? Things were close to getting extremely ugly. Brown denies the inci dent ever took place. Michael Tubbs, 21, was shocked to receive a check for $10,000 from Oprah Winfrey. Tubbs met Winfrey when she visited Stanford Uni v ersity in April and had the opportunity to chat with her about his plans to run for City Council of his hometown in Stockton, California. She looked at me and said, 'How old are you?"' Tubbs said. "She kept com ing back to Stockton. 'Tell me about the city.' I told her about the homicides, how the city is broke and the discon nect." Two weeks after meeting Winfrey, Tubbs, received a check in the mail for $10K signed by Winfrey. Arsenio Hall Wins ln'CelebriiJ IDPrentlce' Finale Arsenio Hall won NBC's Celebrity Apprentice, beating out former American ARSENIO Idol runnerHALL up, Clay Aiken in the show's finale. Hall, 56, the underdog going into the last show, put his head down on the table, then hands to the sky when he was announced as the winner. "I've never been so torn," Donald Trump said. ''You're both amazing people. There is no loser tonight." Bee Gees Cl-fllaller, 111111 Glllb, Dies It 62 Bee Gees singer, RobinGibb, who along with his brothers Barry and Maurice ROBIN GIBB helped define the disco era with their falsetto harmonies and funky beats on hits like "Stayin' Alive" and "Jive Talkin", died on Sunday after a long fight with cancer. He was 62. Gibb died at the London Clinic with his second wife, Dwina, sons Spencer and Robin-John and daughter, Melissa, by his side. Funeral arrangements are expected to be announced at a later time. MICHAEL JACKSON'S (inset) AR1WORK Michael Jackson's se cret $900M art collection is at the center of a legal battle, after it was sold off for a tenth of its value. Jackson's "rare intact major collection" has just been discovered, but rather than securing the financial future of his three childrenPrince, 13, Paris, 12, and Blanket, 8 lawyers are battling to reverse its $87 .7M sale to an undis closed international busi nessman. Appraiser Eric Finzi said the 182-piece collection, which has never publicly been seen, has "an invalu able pedigree for future sales in the international art mar ket". He added: "Michael's mystique in life combined with this exposure of his wonderful fine art creations following his tragic death will escalate the value of these works and the popu larity of his artistic vision worldwide. I do not think we have begun to see the true value of this fine art yet." The collection is made up of drawings, sketches and sculptures made by Michael Jackson over a number of years while being taught by an Australian artist and friend, Brett Livingston Strong. Among the artworks are sketches of Martin Luther King, Pres. Abraham Lincoln and Pres. George Washington, said to be worth in all, more than $8.1M, sketches of Jackson's own feet doing his sig nature dance move the Moonwalk and recreations of the Statue of David and Dying Slave, the masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture by Michelangelo. lil wavne Accused 01 Assauldng Fan For Trvlna To Take A Picture Lil Wayne might find himself back in legal trouble, all because he doesn't like to take pictures. The Young Money head is no stranger to lawsuits, and may have to open his wallet yet again, since he and his crew are under investigation for as saulting a fan who asked to take a photo. The alleged victim, Alfred Marino, approached Wayne while he was skate boarding with friends, a few weeks ago. After asking to take a picture, Marino was met with threats, that were later carried out. "Don't you know all it takes is a word and these motherf**kers are going to f**k you up?" he claims to have been told. Marino says that he was hit from behind, and knocked to the ground. His lawyer Craig Chisvin, promised that his client "will ULWAYNE enforce all of his rights under the law and all individuals responsible." SARAH VIVIAN And Son, DWAYNE According to reports Sarah Vivian who already has a son, Dwayne with Lil Wayneis carrying his sth child. I guess time will tell.

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Young Bucl Evicted From His Home YOUNG BUCK Young Buck, former member of the hip-hop group G-Unit, has reportedly been given the boot from his Tennessee mansion by the IRS. Although the feds have caused the rapper to be homeless, they are still demanding $333,975.69. Young Buck, whose ac tual name is David Darnell Brown, was ordered to va cate his s,ooo-square-foot luxury digs by May 16th. The details of Young Buck's IRS case are still murky, a judge in his bank ruptcy case approved the sale of the southern mansion and ordered that the monies made on its sale go toward paying down his whopping debt. Whbev 1 aston's last Record Released For 'Sparkle' JORDIN SPARKS And W1DTNEY HOUSTON Whitney Houston's last recording a new duet with ''American Idol" winner Jordin Sparks -was released on Monday ahead of the singer's upcoming film, "Sparkle." "Celebrate," produced by R. Kelly for "Sparkle" which will hit movie theaters on August 17, was recorded by Houston shortly before her sudden death in February. Sparks on Sunday delivered a heart-felt tribute to Houston at the Billboard Music Awards. She sang a rousing rendition of "I Will Always Love You," before presenting a posthumous award to Houston's teenage daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown. "Sparkle," a remake of the 1976 film of the same name, tells the story of three sisters who become Motown stars who have to deal with the pressures offame. Houston plays Sparks' mother. 3 Charged In Carjacking 01 Pastor Marvin Winans MARVIN WINANS DETROIT -Three young men were arraigned Sunday in the assault and carjacking of popular Detroit pastor and gospel singing icon, Marvin Winans. The office of Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy identified the sus-pects as Detroit residents Montoya Givens and Christopher Moorehead, both 20, and Brian K. Young, 18, of Macomb County's Clinton Township. They are charged with car jacking, unarmed robbery and conspiracy. The charges carry up to life in prison. The men appeared in Detroit's 36th District Court and were ordered held on $200,000 bonds. Their preliminary exami nations, in which a judge de cides where there's enough evidence for the case to go to trial, are June 1. Rav J l .. ilallzed For bllaiSiiaa R&B singer Ray J has been hospital ized near Las Vegas for ex haustion. RAYJ Ray J's representative said in a state ment Tuesday that the singer went to the hospital Monday and "will remain there for treatment for exhaustion and jet lag." Rapper 2 Chalnl Arrested NEW YORK Rapper 2 Chainz was arrested at LaGuardia Airport Tuesday after being 2 CHAINZ caught with brass knuckles in his carryon bag, police said. The rapper whose real name is Tauheed Epps was stopped by security as they discovered the weapons in his bag. According to reports, a representative of 2 Chainz said that they are "handling the situation." Rick Ross Donates iPads and ReebDls To His Alma Mater Rick Ross has been busy promoting all things May bach Music, but the Miami rapper took a break recently to give back.. The Teflon Don surprised students at his alma mater Miami Carol City High School, donating iPads and Reeboks plus be brought Swizz Beatz along for the ride. RICK ROSS It's nice to see Ross giving back. He will gift the music industry with his God For gives, I Don't album July 31. Whiblev Houston Honored At Billboard Music Awards During the Billboard Music Awards, Whitney Houston was honored with the prestigious Millennium Award for her achievements in music. Whoopi Goldberg was on hand to kick off the trib ute to Houston, but first reminisced on one of her fa vorite memories of her. "The first time I met Whitney she saved my life, in London at a 'Free MandeJa' concert. Her security guards grabbed me because J was in the way, then I heard a voice say, 'Stop! BOBBI KRISnNA That's Whoopi, put her down cause she will cut you," she said laughing. Bobbi Kristina was clearly emotional during the performances, but upon taking the stage to accept the award on her mom's behalf, she appeared poised and confident. ., r-0 :!! c ,.. en m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r r-z

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Schiano savs He's Not Sending Message GREG SCHIANO N e w Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano i nsists h e wasn t sending a message b y t rading tight end Kellen Wmslow, just improving the football team. Tampa Bay dealt Winslow to S eattle for a dra ft p ick o n Monda y night and signed for mer C olts tight end Dallas Clark. Winslow did not partici pate in a voluntary workout with th e Buc caneers last week. He s aid in a radio interview Monday that Schiano had t old h im the team would likely t r a d e the 28 y earold former firs tr ound pick. A n d a f e w hour s later, Winslow was headed West. Schiano on Tuesda y said : The only message I want to a ddress is we need to be the best football team we can be." The 32 year old Clark has been one of the NFL's most productive tight ends for nine seasons with Indianapolis. Magic Fire Coach Stan Van GundV: GMIISIIDne S TAN VAN GUND Y OR LANDO FL -For months the Orlando Magic have been trudging through t he aftermath of a preseason trade request by Dwight Howar d that sapped the ...J life out of the franchise as w Z int ernal team issues quickly i= affected the product on the z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL. floor. Now after easily one of the most tumultuous seasons in their history, they made the first in what promises to be a huge offseason shake-up The Magic f i r e d coac h Stan Van Gundy o n Monday and agreed to part ways with general manage r Otis Smith, severing t ies with two of the architects of one of the most s u ccessfu l runs in history. S m i t h and Van Gun dy,s relationship wi t h Howard was t h e centerpiece of drama the team faced all seaso n and following their seco n d straight first-round pl a yo ff exit, CEO Alex Martins sai d the shift was warrante d Packers ReceiVer Donald Driver Is New Dancing Champ Donald Driver won the trophy with partner, Peta Murgatroyd. LOS ANGELES He already has a Super Bowl ring, and now football star Donald Driver can add the Dancing With the Stars mirrorball tro phy to his awards collection. The Green Bay Packers receiver won the ABC dance show Tuesday after wowing audiences and judges with his kickin' country-themed freestyle routine. He and part ner, Peta Murgatroyd hoist ed the glittery prize above their heads after being named the new Dancing champs Police lake arrest lnPostuame Shooting Outside OKCArena OKLAH OMA CITY Police have arrested a 19-year-old man in connection with a shooting that woun ded eigh t people shortly after the Thunder-Lakers NBA p l ayoff game in O klahoma City. Pol i ce say Rodney Hill was taken into custody T u es d ay afternoon, but n o other details have been released Capt. Dexter Nelson say s the shooting didn' t appear connected to the p l ayoff game, which Oklahoma City won to advance to the NBA Western Conference finals Police sa y a late-n i ght fight es calated into gunfire le a ving eig h t peop l e inj u re d incl ud ing one critically -shortl y a fter the game ended just a few blocks away. A pregnant woman al s o was h u rt in the fig ht. Antonio Cromanie's Wile Reponedlv Faked A Suicide Anempt Antonio Cromartie, who has 10 kids from 8 d ifferent women sa i d that the last thing he needs is to wor ry about the mental stability of h i s own wife. On May 6, 2011, while i n Miami Antonio received two alarming earl y morning text message s from his wi f e Terricka Cason Cromartie, w h o happene d to be seven months pre gnant God forg i ve me, I don' t want to die. What have I done?" "I cut my wrists. I took those pills. Upon reading those two texts, the Jets cornerback contacted the nearby Randolph Township, N.J. police, who needed to knock down the doors of the Cromarties' home to get inside Once the authorities ANTONIO CROMARTIE And Wife, TERRICKA managed to enter thei r house, they found Terricka and her two daughters safe and sound. When the police questioned Antonio's wife, she confessed to faking the suicide attempt because she thought her husband was cheating. The ordeal did land the wife in psychiatric evaluation at a local hospital. Hall 01 Famer Dickerson Joins NFL Concussion lawsuit H O UST O N -Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson is the latest former player to sue the National Football League and seek compensation for head injuries. Dickerson is the lead plaintiff among 15 men named in the suit f iled Monday in federal court in Houston. Other plaintiffs include former Minnesota Vikings player John Randle and the estate of Ernie Stautner, a longtime ERIC DICKERSON Da llas assistant c o ach and forme r p layer in Pittsburgh

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Woods Insists He's Close To Regularlv ,Contending TIGER WOODS BETHESDA, Md. -Tiger Woods insists he is close to contending on a weekly basis, even if recent results suggest otherwise. "I think I'm headed in the right direction," Woods said at Congressional Country Club, where he was promot ing the AT&T National which takes place June 28 to July 1. "I'm going to try and continue to improve in incremental steps in every facet of my game and try to make every facet of my game more efficient." Woods has one PGA Tour victory this year, but his game has hit a slump recently with a missed cut in Charlotte as well as 40th place finishes at The Masters and Players Championship. "I've just played three events I won a tournament (four) tournaments ago," Woods said. "If I get more efficient at what I'm doing, then I'm going to win golf tournaments." lawrence Tavlor's Super Bowl Ring Sells For$230k LAWRENCE TAYLOR The Super Bowl XXV ring of pro football Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor was sold in an online auction Sunday for $230,401. Online auctioneer SCP Auctions did not reveal the name and location of the winning bidder. The auction was won with the 30th bid The ring was given by Taylor to his son, Lawrence Taylor Jr. Taylor's agent, Mark Lepselter, said the linebacker did not know his son had put the ring up for auc tion. However, the auction listing said the elder Taylor was fine with the d e cision. ANew woods, Tiger's Niece Chevenne, Tees on Buccaneers Deal TE Winslow To Seanle, Signs Clark CHEYENNE WOODS Cheyenne Woods, the 21-year-old niece of 14-time major winner Tiger Woods, has signed with her uncle's agent, MarkStebnberg, and is set to start playing in LPGA Tour events this year. In a Monday statement, Cheyenne Woods said she plans to play in LPGA events this year on sponsor exemp tions and seek a fulltime spot on the women's golf tour through the qualifying tourna ment "I am really looking forward to pursuing my goals and dreams to compete on the highest level," Woods said. "As I begin my professional career, I am confident and excited about working with an agency that will help shape my future The Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded tight end Kellen Winslow to the Seattle Seahawks for a draft pick on Monday night and signed former Colts star Dallas Clark to replace him. Earlier in the day, Winslow said that firstyear coach Greg Schiano was "kind of upset" that Winslow has not been working out with the team during the offseason. "That's kind of shocking, but that's what it is," Winslow sa1d, adding that Schiano told him the coach "would help me out with a trade." Wmslow has been one of Tampa Bay's best offensive players since being acquired from Cleveland in a trade three years ago. He had 77 receptions for 884 yards and five touchdowns in 2009, 66 catches for 730 yards and five TDs in 2010 and 75 receptions for 763 yards and KELLEN WINSWW And DALLAS CLARK two TDs in 2011. Tampa Bay received a conditional 2013 draft pick ., in the deal. 6 Wmslow will join a tight :D end unit that already C includes Zach Miller, who :; Seattle gave a big contract m last offseason, and promising young prospect z Cameron Morrah, who p:! has struggled with injuries m early in his career. The C: Seahawks lost tight end J= John Carlson in the off!!l season after he signed with z Minnesota. -a c: aJ c en :I: m c m < m -4 c: m en 0 )> z c ., c MON $5 MONDAY 2-4-1 DRINKS TUES T-BACK TUES WED AMATURE NIGHT THURS ........ SEXY THURSDAY FRI .- FREAKY FRIDAY 0 SAT .GROWN FOLKS NITES SUN GAME NITEFOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL, ETC.

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Funerals/Memoriams u) N ::IE >;' < c a: LL Aikens MR. RAYMOND LEE THOMAS, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Raymond Lee Thomas, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away on Thursday, May 17,2012, will be held Saturday, May 26, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Michael Neely, pastor, officiating. Inter ment will be in Rest Haven Me morial Park Cemetery. Raymond was born January 2 1932, in Barwick, GA and was a resident of Tampa for many years. He enjoyed fishing '""' and playing dominoes. C He was preceded in death by: iX: parents, Leroy and Mary Jack LL son-Thomas; brothers, Issac C Thomas, A. D. Thomas and Ike Z Thomas; and son, Raymond c( Thomas, Jr. He leaves to cherish fond and '""' loving memories: wife, Frankie C Richardson-Thomas; children, m Scott E. Thomas, Sr., Mary :::) Eady, Corliss Eady and Chandra Richardson; grandchildren, > Scott E. Thomas, Jr., Christina a: Thomas and Zavior Conners; W great grandchildren, Scott E. > Thomas, III and Raymond C. W Thomas; uncle, Mitchell JackC son; speclal friends, James W Eady, John Jackson, LC Lewis l: and Rose Gordon; and a host of en other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at m Aikens Funeral Home on Fri:::) day, May 25, 2012, from 5-8 p. 0.. m. The friends and family are Z asked to meet at the Chapel at 1:45 p. m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME :::) m IN MEMORIAM t= z w en c( c a: 0 -1 LL c( I 00 ,.. ROSA BRUTON May22, 2002 Your life was a blessing and memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure. We will always remember that special smile, that car ing heart, and that warm embrace that you gave s. You being there for us through good and bad times, no matter what. We will always remember you, because there will never be another one to re place you in our hearts, and the love we will always have for you. Love: your family, Inez, Ruth, Gwendolyn, Eddie, Alphonso, Nathaniel, family and friends. Carnegie-Dallas MRS. CATHERINE BOOKER MCGRIFF Mrs. Catherine Booker Mc Griff was born on October 28, 1941, to the late Dillard Booker, Sr. and Irene Walters in Tampa. Catherine attended schools in the Hillsborough County School System. She graduated from Howard W. Blake, class of 1959. Catherine retired from the Hillsborough County System after 34 years as a Paraprofes sional. Catherine accepted Christ at an early age, under the leader ship of Rev. J. Z. Longmire, she was a lifelong member of Holsey Temple C. M. E. Church. Catherine was preceded in death by: parents, Dillard Booker, Sr. and Irene Walters; brothers, Freddie Ganney, Dil lard Booker, Jr., and James Booker; and grandmother, Min nie McClain. On May 16, 2012, in the still of the night, Catherine heard the still voice of God biding her safe passage to her eternal home. Catherine leaves behind to cherish her in their hearts for ever: a loving and devoted hus band of 46 years, Shelley McGriff; one son, Jason McGriff (Roxanne); two grandchildren, Jasmin McGriff and Javon Mc Griff; two very special, nephews and caretakers, Torrance Peter son, Sr. (Tiffany), and Aaron Pe terson, Sr. (Melissa); a loving, devoted caretaker and sister, Josephine Black, 2 sisters, Min nie Simmons, and Deloris Woodard (Rufus); three broth ers, James Brooks (Annie), Lee Moore (Louise), and John Moore; one sister-in-law, Eliza McGriff; 7 nieces, Carrie Walker (Charles), Gloria Lewis (Ter rance), Darlene Jones, Wanda Anderson (Victor), Althea Montgomery (Leroy), Rhonda Peterson, Greta Brooks, and Regina Perkins (Dywane); 4 nephews, Ronnie Simmons, Carlton Simmons, Walter Black, Sr. (Helen), and Rodney Peter son; special friends of over 40 years, Ms. Osa Russell and Geri Foster; a special acknowledge ment to her Moffitt Cancer Cen ter family; and a host of other special nieces, nephews, and friends. A celebration of life for Mrs. Catherine McGriff will be held at 11 a. m., Saturday, May 26, 2012, at Holsey Temple C. M. E. Church. VISitation will be held from 6-8 p.m., Friday, May 25, 2012, at Hosley Temple C. M. E. Earthly bed of slumber will be in Rest Heaven Memorial Park. Professional services en trusted to Carnegie-Dallas Fu neral Services, 1479 South M. L. K., Jr. Ave., Clearwater, FL, 33756, (727) 330-7661. ELITE SERVICES WITH STYLE & CLASS Everett-Oerr &Anderson MR. LESTER HOWARD DAVIS Homegoing services honor ing the multifaceted life of Lester Howard Davis, who met his demise on Friday, May 18, 2012, at Whispering Oak Nurs ing Home, will be held Saturday morning May 26, 2012, at 11 a. m. from the 29th Street Church Of Christ, 3310 N. 29th Street, with the Bro. Perry Johnson, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memo ries Cemetery. Lester was a native Florid ian, the youngest son, born to Zollie and Elizabeth Davis on the 28th of June 1931, in Tampa. He became a member of the 29th Street Church Of Christ at an early age and remained faith ful until his demise. He was in spired to become an Evangelist like Brother Marshall Keeble, spreading the Gospel of Christ to many nations. He attended Lomax Elemen tary and Booker T. Washington Jr. High School. Because of his aspirations to become an Evangelist, he was given the opportunity to attend high school at the renowned Nashville Christian Institute (NCI). There, he had the distinct advantage of studying under the well-known Church Of Christ Evangelist, Brother Marshall Keeble. Even though he spent his high school years at NCI, he re mained loyal to his "would have been" classmates and friends at Middleton Senior High School (Class oft949, Tampa). Upon graduating from the Nashville Christian Institute, he entered the University ofMexico in Mexico City, majoring in Spanish. To help pay for his col lege education, he lived with and worked for the Guadalupes; a very prominent Mexican family, who owned 2 drugstores and other businesses. In 1951, his mother, Eliza beth and sister, Cherridine went to Mexico City to encour age him to return to the United States, because he was ap proaching the age of 20 and had not registered for the Selective Military Draft, which was mandatory at that time. He felt that he had worked too hard and was too close to getting his B. S. degree. After receiving his degree, he enlisted in the Army. Most of his military service was in Europe, where he took advantage of the opportunity to become fluent in Italian, French and German. After being honorably dis charged in 1955 he began his 30-year teaching career in Chicago, where four of his brothers lived. He enjoyed helping students with special needs and received his Master's degree in special education at Spertus College in Chicago in 1983. After serving as a Social Serv ice Director in Chicago, he re turned to Tampa. During his retirement, he did substitute teaching for the Hillsborough County Public Schools, security work for Fox Security, Inc., and managed 2 assisted living facil ities. He enjoyed singing and play ing the piano, directing bilin gual performances (Spanish/English) and sponsor ing fashion shows. Lester was preceded in death by: his parents, Zollie and Eliz abeth Davis; and 7 siblings, Zol lie, Peter, Jesse, John Henry, Quincy, Lottie Mae and Dorothy. Lester leaves to celebrate his life: 2 devoted sisters, Ernestine Davis, Tampa, and Cherridine David Birt (Col. Charles J. Birt), Fl. Washington, MD. He fostered several children with special needs in Chicago. The list of caring and loving relatives and friends is very long, descending from Fl. Lauderdale and other parts of the East Coast ofF1orida, New York City, Chicago, North Carolina, Michigan, Tennessee, California, Virginia, Mexico and Tampa; and the beloved Tigers of Middleton High School and Yellow Jackets of Don Thomp son High School, class of 1949 The viewing for Lester Howard Davis will be held on Friday, May 25, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. at Everett-Derr & Ander son Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. The family will be receiv ing friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Satur day morning at 10:30 a. m. "EVE RETT D ERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" IN MEMORIAM MRS. ROSE MARIE SMITH 2/22/41-5/26/03 We love you and miss you very much. Love always: CeCe, DeDe, Don, Baby, "Tangy" and Lena. Harmon MRS. LORRAINE WARREN Homegoing services for Mrs. Lorraine Warren, who passed away on May 15, 2012, will be held on Saturday, May 26, 2012 at 11 a. m. at AGAPE Ministries, 5112 North 34th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Rev. Wingfield, of ficiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Ceme tery. Lorraine was born June 1 1962, at Tampa General Hospi tal, to the late Ernestine Clibon and George Saffore, Sr. She was preceded in death by: both parents; her husband, Jonnie Warren; and her sister, Jackie. She will sadly be missed by: her children, David Saffore, Jr., Shacoyia Saft'ore, Ta' Rhonda Saffore (Jerry Burton), and Charles Saffore (Toy); sisters, Geraldine Lenox and family, Hattie Harris (Gilberto Gonza les), and Christine Sterling (Stewart Gaines); brothers, George, Jr. (Pat), and Anthony (Kathy); grandchildren, Key onna Fennell, Kendella Saffore, Breasia Saffore, Alesha Saffore, KeUijah Safford, A 'mya Saffore, Isaiah Hinnant, Emanuel Her ring, Emylah Herring, Em merold Herring, Lauren Thrower, Dylan Burton, Amerr Saft'ore, and Jerry Burton, Jr.; and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and friends, all of Tampa. A HARMON BURIAL BURIAL INSURANCE fwllnlll Celt between $7,000 IIIII $10,000. Protect YMttlf Todly. 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Funerals/Memoriam MR. TRENT LEE JOHNSON A homegoing memorial celebration service for Trent Lee Johnson, who passed away on May 13, 2012, will be held Saturday, May 26,2012, at 11 a.m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Apostle 0. C. Brinkley, officiating. Interment will be private. Trent Lee Johnson was born October 10, 1958, in Tampa. He attended Hillsborough County Public Schools. He enjoyed riding his bicycle and having fun. He was preceded in death hr. his parents, Earvin Johnson, Sr. and Marie Ella Long. He leaves to cherish his loving memories: sons, Rodahee Rayford and Trevontae Johnson; brothers, Grover Long, Sr., Levy Johnson and Earvin Johnson, Jr. (Beverly); sister, Be-linda Long (Ott.); grandchildren, R.odaheedra Rayford and Makarie Green; aunt, Catherine Williams (Issac); special friends, Deborah Allard and Aretha Marie Boyd; a host of family and friends in Tampa; and a host of family in Gainesville. Friends attending the memo rial service are asked to assemble at the Chapel at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BUIUAL Rav Williams MR. ASHLEY A.BATTLEY Mr. Ashley A. Battley of 6615 South Kissimmee Street, passed away Wednesday, May 16, 2012. A memorial service will be conducted Saturday, May 26, 2012, at 11 a. m. at R.ay Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Sandy Banks, officiating. Mr. Ashley Battley was anative of New Roads, Louisiana, and a resident of Tampa for 37 years. He attended Rosenwald High School. He was employed as a vendor stocker at MacDill Commissary. He was preceded in death by: his father, Wesley Paul Battley, Sr.; and caretakers, Patrick Bat.tley, Teresa Cannon and Isaac and Roslyn Jones. He leaves to cherish his memory: his devoted and faithful wife of 27 years, Freddie Mae Scott Battley; mother, Mary Bell Battley; four sisters and four brothers; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. THERE WIU. BE NO PUBLIC VIEWING. Arrangements entrusted to R.AY WIUIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. www.raywilliamsfunenJbome.c_ 2111 PRECIOUS MEMORIES OF REV. THEOPHILUS JACKSON JAMES Sunrise: 6/9/16 Sunset: 5/26/91 Entering And Departing It has been 21 years since you left us from your earthly home to your heavenly home, The prepared place for prepared people. JOHN 14:1-3. We will always cherish those precious memories and thank God for this man of God with a vision. PROVERBS 29:18. When his work on earth was done, be had fought a God fight, he had finished his course, he had kept the faith. 2 TIMOTHY 4:7. God called him home May 26, 1991. Therefore we are confident knowing that he is absent from the body but present with the Lord. 2 CORINTHIANS 5:8. Wife, Helen, R.. James; and the entire family and many friends. MR. TOMMY LEE HARRIS Mr. Tommy Lee Harris, 65, of Tampa, was called home to be with the Lord on Sunday, May 20,2012. Homegoing celebration services will be conducted Saturday, June 2, 2012, at 11 a. m. at St. James Missionary Baptist Church, Ambrose Willacoochee Hwy., Ambrose, GA, 31533 Interment will follow in Paulk Cemetery, Ambrose, GA. Tommy was born in Douglas, GA, to the late Mary Eady and Clinton Harris, both of Coffee County, GA. He was a resident of Tampa for over 40 years and retired from Gemaire Distributors back in 2009, but he originally retired from Dobbs House International after 35 years of service. Tommy served in the Army and fought in the VietNam War. He received several metals of honor during his tour of duty. He is most honored for being a loving, caring and devoted son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, uncle, nephew, cousin, relative and friend. He was a distin guished family man with a heart of gold, who loved the Lord our God with all his heart, mind, body and soul. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted wife for over 42 years and his forever best-friend for many more, Annie Harris; children, daughters, Tia Harris and Marie Harris-Davis (Derek); grandchildren, Sberrase, Quinton and Thomas Penix, and Tiara and Tiana Harris; great grandchildren, Makayla and Alexis Richardson; sisters, Jimmy Toombs and Mozelle Douglas-Dixon (Randolph), both ofTampa; brothers, Bobby Harris (Dorothy), John Lee Eady (Rhoda) and Ben Eady, all of GA; nieces, Valdamere, Connie, Kimberly and Nina Toombs, all of Tampa, and Sheila, Jennifer and. Suprena Eady and Kiesha Johnson, all of GA; nephews, Alex and Mike Douglas and Lambert Toombs, all of Tampa, and Napoleon Eady (deceased), Suton Harris and Reggie Johnson, all of GA; two great aunts, Maggie Mae Harris and Ola Mae Harris, both of Tampa; son in spirit, Willie Colquitt of Ambrose, GA, and his child, Tiffany Jackson; daughter in spirit, Shelia Douglas-Figaro (Renrick) and her children, Renrick and Winston Figaro, all of Tampa; a number of other loving and cherished relatives; special friends, Tommie Hill, Carnell Buie, Oscar, Richard, Ron and Steve; plus a host of many more loving and devoted friends to cherish his beautiful spirit from Tampa, Carver City and West Tytpa, to Coffee County, GA. His remains will be reposed from 6-8 p. m., May 30, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, Tampa. Arrangements entrusted to R.AY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralbome.com. (INFANT) ANTINYAH JA-LENCIA DAVIS (Infant) Antinyah Ja-lencia Davis of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, May 15, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 26, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 West Cypress Street, Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, pastor. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Antinyah Ja-lencia Davis was preceded in death by: her grandfathers, Joseph T. Fells and Donald Baldwin; great great grandmothers, Florida Nathan and Helen Dozier; great aunts, Vandeline Smith, Florida Bigham, Florine Darby, Magie Connor, Mamie Lee Lyons and Dorothy llobertB; and great uncles, Lee Roy Smith, Burnard Russell, Joseph T. Lyons and Homer James. She leaves behind: a loving mother and father, Valencia M. Fells and Antonio J. Davis; 4 brothers, Ky'Ziah Duvermon, Zion Davis, Antonio Davis, Jr. and Big Red; 6 sisters, Van'Nijah Duvermon, Ter'Quyanna Fells, WU'Nijah Boone, Wil'Yette Boone, Shamerica Davis and Quannicia Davis; grandmother, Vandeline Killins Cantpaz and Regina Davis; great grandmothers, Bernica Fells, Ida Baldwin and Mary Gary; grandfather, Douglas Bearford and wife; great grandfather, Arthur Lee Killins; 2 aunts, Lateica Fells (Walter), and Regina; 3 uncles, Joseph T. Killins, Otis (Ebony), and Joseph Sanders; devoted godmother, Channing Sampson; 10 great aunts, Jackie and busband, Ann (Garftb), Florine (Henry), Sheryl (Larry), Gloria (Charles), Mamie, Sherriann, Laura (Roy), Patricia and husband, and Mary and husband; 5 great uncles, David, Ronald (Sandra), Robert, Alfonzo and Alpha (Veletta); a host of cousins; special aunts, Tierra, Dominique (Nuccio), Relle, Dee Dee (Jet), Brittany (Bug), Mr. and Mr. McGhee, and Veronica; special friends, Hattie, lllena, Roseburg, the Walton and Jackson families, Rita, Michelle, Quin, the Kindell family, Kineta, Buie, Boone, Duvermon and Hemmingway families. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, May 25, 2012, at R.ay Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WIU.IAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. Mr. Brian C. Hudson of 6804 North 47th Street, passed away Tuesday, May 15, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 26,2012, at 11 a. m at Northside Mission ary Baptist Church, 5706 North 40th Street, with Rev. Ricardo Robinson, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Hudson was a native of Florida, and a resident ofTampa for 31 years. He attended Hillsborough County Public Schools and was a member of Northside M. B. Church. "11 He was employed as a custom 6 paint desiper at Perfect Finish :::0 Auto I Outrageous Paint and C He was preceded in death by en his loving mother, Deaconess m Alfredia Hudson. Z He leaves to cherish his mem::::i ory: a loving father, Deacon Z Louis T. Hudson; devoted fip! aneee, Ms. LaTonya Sampson; aJ children, Brianna Hudson, C: Brian Hudson, Jr., Isaiah Hudr son, and Damoni Smith; rstepehildren, Edward L James, III, Rickey Parker, Jr., and Rick. z ayla Parker; brothers, Ansanto ., Thomas, Roderick Thomas C: (Yorie), Quinton Hudson, TeraJ ranee Colston and Timothy Colr ston; sisters, Lysonia Hudson, en Kionna Thomas, Alicia Strick-::r: land (Jerry), and Patricia Colston; uncle, George Hudson of m Chicago, IL; aunt, Loretha Jack-< son of Ocala, FL; nephews, De-m Iarosa Blair, Jr., Peter Blair, :::rJ Lawrence Clark, Jr., Roderick < Thomas, Jr., Jared Strickland, ---4 Tercel Colston, Timothy Colston, Jr.,. and Ansanto Zaire en Thomas; niece, s Alexandria C Blair, Jelisa Strickland, Nya Smith, Alexis Colston and Chloe Colston; cousins, whom his-faz ther raised, Laregos Williams, C Lamar Jackson, Jonathan Jack"11 son and Michelle Jackson; a host of other sorrowing relaC tives and friends; and special supporting friends, Pastor Ri cardo Robinson, Deacons, Min. Harrington and the Northside M. B. Church. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, May 25, 2012, at R.ay Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to R.AY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywjlliamsfuneralbome.com. C) m

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---Rav Williams -------------_ _____,. MS. MARJORIE (MARGIE) JAMES Ms. Marjorie (Margie) James of Tampa, passed away Tues day, May 15, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, May 26, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor Mission ary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, pastor, Rev. T. D. Leonard, with Pastor C. T. Kirk land ofMt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. In terment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Marjorie (Margie) James was born April 1 1944, to Andrew and Fannie Lee James in 0 Tampa. She accepted Christ at -an early age and began her mineft z M. B. Church, Mt. Pleasant M. c( B. Church, and New Hope M. B. Church. She was blessed with a C golden voice to praise God CJ) through song and she did just w that all of her life. She was ::;) given the name "ReRe" 1throughout the city and state a:> because of her singing ability which was identical to that of W Aretha Franklin. Her favorite > song was "God Has Smiled on W Me". C Margie was educated in the W public schools of Hillsborough ::1: County and was a graduate of CJ) the 1963 Class of Howard W. Blake High School. At Blake ID High she began to develop her ::l singing talent in the chorus Q. under Mrs. Cook, the Chorus Z Director. j:: She was a faithful member of W New Hope M. B. Church, where :J she was a member of the jenk::l ins Ensemble and the Mission m Society. ..J She was employed as a bus w driver with Hillsborough z County Schools for 20 years, j:: and she was employed at z Thatcher Glass Company. W She was preceded in death CJ) by: her father and mother Anc( drew and Fannie Lee 3 C brothers, Willie B., Robert Lee a: and Andrew; and 2 sisters, 0 Dorothy Lee and Helen James. ..J Left to cherish loving memo LL ries are: 6 children, LaShaunda (Tyrone) of Virginia, Arthenia, LaLenna, Antoinette (Maurice), Toni (Dwight) and Darryl of Miami, FL; 25 grandchildren, Alfred, Alyce, Ronald, Tory, Toneisha, Darrien, April, Kourtnae, Dahrya, Shyra, Anto nio, Antoine, FJashia, Dimitria, Elicia, Donnell, Justine, Mau rice, Anthony, Arquevius, Ash ley, Alyce, Kevin, Demetrius, and La Shanda; 13 great grand children, Ronald, Jr., Desmond, Korey, Tony, Jr., Che'Tovia, Tory, Jr., Latoria, Damorion, Korey, Tyler, Ethan, Kymani, and Damotreyell; 4 s1sters, Betty, Nettie Faye Juanita and Cassandra; 4 ers, Wilson, Melvin, Talmadge and Nathaniel (Rosia); 3 sisters in-law, Mary James, Pearl James and Rosia James; special cousins, Mattie James Ford, Lil lie Nix Jenkins, Mrs. Curtiss and Cynthia Bailey; spe Cial friends, Dee Sutton, Sadie Perry, Janice Nunn Nelson and c( Johnny Romero Watson; and a host of son:owing nieces, nephews, cous1ns, other rela W tives and numerous friends which are too many to name. The remains will repose after Q. p p. m., .Friday, Ma3' 25,_2012,..at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 6:30-7:30 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. neralhome.com. MR. JOHN U.LIGON Mr. John U. Ligon of Tampa, passed away Monday, May 21, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, May 26, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Me morial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Dr. Henry J. Lyons, Pastor of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memo ries Cemetery. Mr. John U. Ligon was born to Braxton and Alice Ligon on February 1,. 1925, in Raleigh, North Carolma. He attended public school and enlisted in the U. S. Army at the age of 17. He gave 23 years of dedicated service to the mili tary. He leaves to mourn: Edna Ligon; son, Gregory Ligon of Washington, DC; stepson, Jerome Houston ofBrownsmill, NJ; stepdaughter, Gwendolyn Keenan of Tampa; 4 grandchil-dren, EdJnund Ligon of the U.S. Navy, Marcus Ligon and Nigel Ligon, both of Washington, DC and Erika (Bora) Earn of Silve; Spring, MD; nephews, Dennis Ligon (Diann) of College Park, MD, and Lewis Ligon (Marie) of White Plains, MD; niece, Cher ry) Drew of Winston-salem, NC; caretaker, Tracy Oliver; and a host of great grandchildren other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, May 25, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. MR. SAMMIE MITCHELL, JR. Mr. Sammie Mitchell, Jr. of 2313 West Kentucky Avenue, passed away Sunday, May 20, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, May 26,2012, at 4 p. m. at Ray Williams Me morial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Elder William C. Gatewood, officiat ing. Interment will take place in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. Mr. Sammie Mitchell was a native of Tampa, and a resident of Tampa for 52 years. He at tended Plant High School and was a member of the U.S. Army. Mr. Mitchell was a disabled vet eran. He leaves to cherish his memory: sister, Linda Gate wood Burgman; brothers, Elder William C. Gatewood, and Ter rell and Martin; nephews, ISaJah Burgman, III and Nikita Gatewood; nieces Patrice Hopkins and Moses; aunts, Yvonne Sanders and husband James, Jean Har rison and Connie Gatewood; cousins, Chinetta Williams, Rudolph and Herman Williams, Tonya andAndrian Bess, James Sanders, Jr. and Algernon Williams; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 6-8 p. m., Friday, May 25, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfu neralhome.com. Unforgo They were there fur us and fOr our Some couldnt wait to com e home ro the they loved. others gav e the Today, as every day, they remain uni'l:>rm=tt FUNERAL HOME :Dll N 29th St. Tampa, Fl33605 (800) 605--3350. (813) 248-6125 ,.' 4 ., II'! I 'I'-\" MRS. SHEILA WEBBER Mrs. Sheila Webber of Bran don, FL, passed away on Thurs day, May 17, 2011. Funeral services will be con ducted on Saturday, May 26, 2012, at 11 a.m. at St. John Pro gressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 East Chipco Street, with Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr., pas tor, officiating. Interment will be conducted on Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at 1 p. m. at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA. Mrs. Webber was a native of South Carolina, and resided in Brandon, FL, for the past 10 years. She was a member of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church and so very proudly taught in the Hillsbor ough County Public School Dis trict. She leaves to cherish her memory: her husband, Samuel Webber, Jr.; sons, Ronald Wayne Smalls and Alphonso DeErron Savage; stepchildren, Denikki Webber, Andra' Mc Clendon and Kassandra Mc Clendon; grandchildren, Reginald, Amber and Adrian; sisters, Robin Tisdell, Pamala Melton, Selena Thompson and April Bright; brother, Quentin Cornwell; and a host of other grandchildren, nieces, nephews, very special relatives and loving friends. There will be a wake from 4-6 p. m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends at this time. However, continued viewing will be avail able until 8 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. stoni's -------: Memorial __j MRS. HARRIET LAVERN HARGROVE-OKOLIE On Wednesday, May 16, 2012, God found it best to call Mrs. Harriett Lavern Hargrove Okolie from labor to reward. A celebration of life grave side service for Mrs. Hargrove Okolie, will be held on Saturday, May 26, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Orange Hill Memorial Park Cemetery, 4900 East Chelsea Street, Tampa, Elder Roe, pastor, Pentecostal Church Of God, officiating. Mrs. Harriet Hargrove Okolie was born to Mr. and Mrs. Terrell (Pearl) Hargrove on September 23, 1952. She de parted this life at St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa, on May 16, 2012. Harriet was a life-long resi dent of Tampa. She graduated from Howard W. Blake High School, in 1970. She continued her education at Hillsborough Community College, where she was pursuing a degree in Occu pational Therapy. Harriet married Mr. Michael Okolie and to this union, she became the mother of three children, Roshondra Okolie, her eldest daughter, Michael Okolie, Jr. and Tracy Okolie. She was preceded in death by: her sister, Pearl Atcherton; brothers, Terrell Anthony Har grove, Jr., and Michael R. Har grove; and niece, Cynthia Lee. She leaves to cherish sweet and loving memories: son, Michael Okolie, Jr.; daughters, Roshondra Okolie and Tracy Okolie; mother, Pearl Charlton; sisters, Shirley Dixon, Betty Byrd and Carolyn Hargrove; a very special ex-husband and friend, Mr. Michael Onuorah Okolie, Sr.; and a host of nieces, nephews, and other sorrowing relatives and friends Viewing for Mrs. Harriet Lavern Hargrove-Okolie will be held on Saturday, May 26, 2012, from 10-10:45 a.m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa. Family and friends are asked to assem ble at Orange Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., L. F. D. A FANNIE B. STONE TRADffiONAL SERVICE"

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MR. CORNELIUS. ANDREWATrs Mr. Cornelius Andre Watts of Tampa, also known as Tick, passed away Friday, May 11, 2012. Mr. Cornelius A. Watts attended local school in Hillsbor ough County. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Cora Lee Alford; father, Robert Watts; grand mother, Cora Lee Black-8lyke; and sister, Geraldine Alford Stevens. Cornelius was a former employee of Azzarelli Company and Larkins Company, and wellknown throughout the Tampa Bay community. Cornelius leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: sisters, Carlene Lee, Sylvia Alford Williams (John), and Gayle Watts-Flowers; brothers, Wiley Alford (Willie Mae), and Tyrone Alford; stepmother, Alberta Watts; stepsister, Mertis s Watts; stepbrother, Johnnie B. W atts; nieces, Sheryl Alford, Latonya McCoy (Vince), Tanya Lee, Simone Lee, Bertha Alford, Shayla Addison (Rodney), Sha ree McDaniels (TreU), Tisha Flowers, Simone Hamilton (Wendall), and Yasmine Flowe r s ; and nephews, Reginald S tevens, Eric Fletcher (Marcia), Uriah Alford, Wiley Alford, III, C ory Coy (Shermaine), Robert Flowers (Kewannie) and Jason Flowers. Cornelius had several great nieces and nephews that he loved to be around: Brandi, Antwan, Tyron, Ronnie, Tya, Vince, Jr., Javin, Marquise, Denecia, Bernard, Carlena, RaDeja, Rodney, Jr., Rashaad, Sharece, Rainee, Renee, Nakelia, Amari, Zaquasha, Robyn, Zadaniya, Dorian, TereU and Jakai; goddaughter, Theresa Mingo; god brothers and sisters, the Mingo families, James, Joe, Russell Willie Andrew, Rose, Bertha, Ruby, Odell and Willie Cherry; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends, too numerous to name. The family asked that you count it as love if you were not mentioned. A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Stone' s Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., L. F D. A FANNIE B. STONE TRADITIONAL SERVICE" Wilson MR. ROBERT LEE DIXON, JR. Homegoing celebration for Mr. Robert Lee Dixon, Jr. of Tampa, who passed away Monday, May 14. 2012, will be held Saturday, May 26, 2012, at ua. m. at tist Institutional Church, 1oo6 W. Cypress Street, Tampa, 336o7, of which the Reverend Dr. W. James Favorite is pastor, with Pastor De lores Cain of Heritage Christian Community Baptist Church, offici ating. Interment will be made on Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Robert Lee Dixon, Jr. was anative of Tampa, and was born to Robert Lee Dixon Sr. and the late Bettye E. (Thornton) Mack. He was the third of eight children and maintained a close relationship with his family He married Antoinette D. DeVard on December 28, 1993 and the union brought forth three children. He confessed Christ and was baptized at an early age. He attended services at various churches in the area, most recently visiting Heritage Christian Community Baptis t Church, under Pastor Delores Cain. He was educated in Hillsborough County schools and graduated from R. L. Robinson High School in 1982. Dooley ," a s he was affectionately called by his family and friends, attended Hillsborough Community College before entering the U S Army, serving for glh years. Dooley" was employed with International Longshoremen Association Local 1402 for 6 years where he worked as a Certified Forklift Operator. He was preceded in death by his mother, Bettye (Thornton) Mack. He leaves to cherish memories of him: a loving and devoted wife of 18 years, Antoinette D. DeVard Dixon; this union begot three chil dren, Antania Imani, Javen and Javon Dixon ; a son, Dyrelle Riddle; daughter, Valencia E. Dixon; father, Robert Lee (Bettye Joyce) Dixon Sr. ; sister, zeUwana White; 4 brothers, Gregory White, Jr., Michael White, Robert L. Dixon and Leon Dixon; grandmother, Evelyn Mann; uncle, Charles E. Thornton; nieces, Lazerra Dixon Robin Dixon CoCo White, Coyia White and Adilah Kennard; nephews, Jerry Gladney Jr., Ralph Jackson, Jr., Justin White, Gregory White, Jr., Shawn White and Leon Dixon, Jr.; mother-inlaw, Adilah (Doris) Khaliq; sister in-law, Lowanda Y. (Willie Hamilton) Newton; brother-inlaw, Jonathan McConico; cousins, Pamela Thornton, Hattie Mae Jones, Mattie Jones, Jessie Thornton and Michael Thornton; godson, Lindsey Lamar, Jr.; as a daughter, Polo Baker; friends who were like brothers, Winifred Moore, John Cherry and Joe McCardell; and a host of other loving and devoted siblings, nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends. There will be viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from s 6 p. m., Friday, May 25, 2012, at Wtlson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 336o5. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. A WILsoN SERVICE" wwwwillon-tuneraJOOme.com MR. LORENZO SCRIVEN On Sunday, May 20, 2012, our beloved Lorenzo Scriven peacefully and quietly ended his journey here on earth. Lorenzo was born July 1, 1949, in Crystal River, FL, the third child of Louis and Earnestine Scriven. He attended George Washington Carver, Booker T. Washington and graduated from Crystal River High School. Lorenzo was baptized at an early age and attended Church Of The living God Pillar Ground And Truth. Shortly after graduation he moved to Tampa. He married Roseland WJJ.son and from this union two sons were born. Lorenzo was a loving and devoted husband and father. He was a dedicated employee for Cone and Graham Incorporated for 34 years and retired on June 30, 2011. Many may remember him as the neighborhood barber. He was also fondly remembered as Hair, Rabbit, Reo and Lo for nicknames. Lorenzo immensely enjoyed fishing and boating and Scriven family gatherings He also enjoyed watching old western movies and any sports, especially the Tampa Bay Rays and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was preceded in death by: his father, Louis Scriven; and sister, Carolinda Smith. Lorenzo leaves many loving and cherished memories in the hearts of those who loved and admired his easy, calm demeanor: a loving wife, Roseland Scriven; two sons, Iran and Devin Scriven; grandson, Isaiah Scriven; mother Earnestine Scriven Schlueter; brothers, Lewis, Melvin (Carither), Bernard, Norman and Edgar (Vera) Scriven; sister, Erma Hopkins; favorite uncle, James Faison; aunts, Mary Coleman and Martha Joyner (Ralph); brothers-in-law, Ronald Smith, Eddie Robinson and Johnny Wilson; sisters-in-law, Merriel Magwood and Josie Arnold; and a host of t;tieces, nephews, cousins and family friends. The viewing will be held Friday, May 25, 2012, from 10:30 a. m. 12:30 p. m at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, followed by services in Crystal River, FL, at Independent House Of God Church Of The Living God, 557 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Crystal River, FL, 34429 at 3 p. m.; Elder John Weaver, pastor, Pastor AI Hopkins, presiding, and Bishop Leonard Smith, eulogist. Interment will follow in Crystal Memorial Gardens, Crystal River, FL. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wiJson-funeralhome.com MS. BRENDA LOUISE COWEN YOUNGBLOOD Funeral service for Ms. Brenda "'Jl Nana" Louise Cowen Youngblood wiD be held at 2 p m., Saturday, May 26, 2012, at Bible-Based Fellowship Church (Carrollwood), 4904 Ehrlich Road, Tampa, with the pastor, Reverend Dr. Arthur T. Jones, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Brenda Louise Cowen Young blood was born on November 17, 1955, in Tampa, to Mr. James Cowen, Sr., and Mazola B. Cowen. She matriculated through the Hillsborough County Public School System and was a graduate of Robinson High School, Class of 1973 After graduation, Brenda worked for various medical facilities throughout the Tampa Bay area. At the time of her passing, Brenda was working at the Uni versity of South Florida. Brenda accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age. Throughout her childhood she attended Mount Olive A.M. E Church of Tampa. However, as an adult, she joined and was a faithful member of BibleBased Fellowship Church (Carrollwood) for nearly 20 years, where she was an active member of the Cathedral Choir. Brenda loved reading, politics, gospel music and singing. She was blessed to have nurtured and raised four awesome sons that she proudly spoke of often. More than anything, she adored, cherished, and loved her grandchildren to whom she was fondly known as "Lil Nana." She was called home to be with the Lord on May 22, 2012. Brenda is survived by: her parents, James E. Cowen, Sr. and Mazola B. Cowen; children, Lamar Larry, Jr., Adrian Cowen, Jaris Youngblood (Nina), and Naeem Youngblood (Jessica); grandchildren, Au'lexcia, AuLeecia, Jalen, Tyler, Ashton, Adian, Jaquavia, Kevon, Jarkese, Jaris, Jr., Jalin, Jawan, Nina, Jaliyah, Logic, and Taisho; siblings, Terri Cowen, Rhonda Rollock (Kenneth), James Cowen, Jr. (Elizabeth), and Elder Kimberly Queen; nieces, Antonika Shellman, La.Kisha M. Kinsey-Sallis (LaPlace, III), Candice Cowen, Kayla Rollock and Felicia Rollock; nephews, Oscar Gainous, TerreU Gainous, Rodney Lang, Richard Franklin, Reginald Sanders, II, Austin Queen, Jordan Rhynes, Isaiah Cowen, Nicholas Cowen and Christopher Rollock; grand nephews, Rodney Lang, Jr., Deon-tre Gainous, Skyler Finny, LaPlace Sallis, IV, Tye Finney, Ryan Franklin, Keshon Gainous, Langston Sallis and John Jones, Jr.; grand nieces, Akua Jackson, DeChae Gainous, Ja'Nya Jones and Ri'Nyah Franklin; and a host of other loving relatives and friends. Brenda was preceded in death by her grand nephew, Dominique Shellman. The viewing Will be held on Saturday, May 26, 2012, from 1 2 p.m. at Bible-Based Fellowship Church (Carrollwood). THERE Wll.L BE NO VIEWING FOLLOWING THE EULOGY. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1 p.m., Saturday for the service. "A WIUK)N www.wiiiOJI-funenlhome.com ---Death I Announcement --MR. ERNEST LEE MCDONALD 2/3/58-5/21/12 The service for Mr. Ernest Lee McDonald will be held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 604 W. Ball Street, Plant City, FL, 33563, on Saturday, May 26, 2012, at 11 a. m CARD IF THANKS PATRICIA BENALI HAYNES The family of Patricia Haynes would like to thank friends and family for all of your support, flowers and prayers. And a special thank you to: Loving Princess #308 F.F.A.A.M.M. & O.E.S., and Selphenia Hudson-Shields, W.M. Your kindness and sympathy at this time was more appreciated than any words can ever express. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JOHNNIE MAE BLOCKER 5-25 Happy birthday, Baby. From: your husband, A. C. Blocker; and kids, Clevetta and Joan, and Cleveland and Marvin. We miss y()u, .but .God best. N 0 ...... N "TT I""' 0 :!! c )> en m z :j z m I""' m c: I""' I""' m :j z ., c: m I""' c;; ::::1: m c m < m ..... c: m en c )> z c "TT :!! c J G) m N -I )>

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,... Memoriams c a: u. c z c( c en w :::;) ... w > w c w :::1: en ::J m :::;) 0.. z w ..J ..J :::;) ID ..J w z z w en c( c a: 0 ..J u. c( IN MEMORIAM MRS. ROSE MARIE SMITH 2/22/41-5/26/03 Just thinking about you !I! Love always: CeCe, DeDe, Don, Baby and Wf'UJ&Y." IN REMEMIRIICE J. B. GREEN (J. B., Deac., Little Farmer, Jarhead, Prof) August 12, 1918 -May 23, 2004 Come ToMe God saw you were getting tired, and a cure was not to be. So, He put His arms around you, and whispered, "Come to Me." With tearful eyes, I watched you; and saw you pass away; al though I loved you dearly, I could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating. Hard working bands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best. Author Unknown Dorothy H. Green (wife), and Gail P. Green (daapter). IN MEMORIAM MRS. ROSE MARIE SMITH 2/22/41-5/26/03 Love always: CeCe, DeDe, Don, Baby, WJ'an&Y" and Lena. IN MEMORIAM SHELTON H. BILLUPS You will forever be in our hearts. We love and miss you. Your mother, Sonja; sib linp, Marion, Jr., Sonja, Ka trina and Troy. IIIII DlY ME.IRIIM CARON THOMPSON Birthday memory to our mother, who would be 57 on May 26, 2012. We truly do miss you. Your kids: Doris Oyegunle, Julius Thompson, Mario McMillion, Arnie Thompson and Sharon Thompson. We know you also would've loved and adored your 18 grandchildren. Never forgotten, but truly missed. STRY CONNt:CT VISIT US ONLINE FLSENTINEL.COM FLSENTINELNOW.COM LOUIS MCNAIR Sunrise: May 31. 19U Sunset: June u, 1995 Happy birthday Daddy, you wiD be in our hearts. We will always love you, Daddy and you wiD never be forpJtten. From: your children, George and Lula; son-in-law, Leon; grandchildren, Timothy and Dolphus; and all of your family. Love always. JANNIE BROOKS SHERRY It's been two years. Now remembering you brings more smiles than tears You are gone, but your love lives on. Missing you: your family, the Brooks, Sherry, F1emming, Castillo, Bastian, Miller, Barker, Parker and Butler. INMEMIIU KELLEY MCMURRAY 10/19/63 s/rJ/U It has been a year since you left us. Not 1 day goes by where I don't think of you. I miss you so much. I love you. I thought we were going to grow old like the 'Golden Girls.' I was Rose, you were Dorothy, Lisa was Blanche and D. D. was Sofia. Now there' s one missing and our circle won't be complete without you. Thank you so much, her Apae crew, for your support and prayers, especially Monique. I love you KeUey and miss. you for life: yPur sister, Gin Gin and J. R., Britt ; Toot, 'Joo .Joo, D. D., Usa, Mel, Biff aucl Angie, and the R. V. T. Poue.

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Crime Man Sentenced As Car-eer Criminal Gets 15Years SHAVAR BRAND ... Sentenced to 15 Years in prison A federal judge sentenced a man who pleaded guilty to selling illegal drugs to more than 100 months in a federal prison. The man was prosecuted as part of a national gun and violence reduction program. Shavar Gerome Brand, 30, pled guilty on December 14, 2011. U. S. District Judge James S. Moody, Jr., sen-. tenced him to 188 months or 15 years in prison. Brand was sentenced as an armed career criminal. According to court docu ments, on two separate occasions, Brand sold a combined 47 grams of crack cocaine to an undercover Hillsborough County detective. The first sale took place on February 1, 2011. Two months later, on April 4, he sold crack cocaine and a handgun to the same undercover detective. Brand was charged with the sale of crack cocaine, and being a convicted felon in pos session of a handgun. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives con ducted the investigation. The case was prosecuted as part of the "Project Safe Neighborhoods," which is a national program designed to reduce gun violence. Drugs Found In Child's BackPack ST. PETERS BURG St. Petersburg Police reported that a man sent his 6-year-old son to school wearing LARRY a backpack STEPHENS that contained marijuana and a scale. Police were called to Campbell Park Elementary School Tuesday morning after the child showed a teacher marijuana and a scale. The teacher contacted the school's principal, who in turn, called police. Police reported that the father, Larry Stephens, 25, went back to the school to retrieve the marijuana, but the drugs had already been turned over to the teacher, so he left. According to the arrest affi davit, Stephens told a person at the school he had come back to the school to get the marijuana because he uses it to take care of his business and his family. The marijuana in the back pack weighed 89 grams, making it a felony amount, according to police. Stephens was charged with child abuse, and possession of marijuana with the intent to sell. The child was released to his mother. FUNE-RAL CRISIS Cli'.MA110N PRICES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 301 North Howard Avenue Tampo, FL 33606 Driver Charged With lUI After Crashlnalnto Car DealershiP V ARANCE HIBBETI On Monday night, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that a driver hit a curb and went airborne, crashing into a car dealership in Brandon. According to reports, Varance Hibbett, 33, was driving under the influence when he crashed into the cars. The cars struck at Axiom Motors were described as a Mustang, an Audi A6, a Lincoln LS, a Ford Expedition, a Chrysler Minivan, a Cadillac, and a Honda Odyssey. Hibbett was arrested short ly after the crash and faces several charges, including DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. The dealership suffered $4o,ooo to $5o,ooo in dam ages. luthorltles Arrest ManlnlnamPted Minier warrant TROY GARNER, JR. Agents with the U. S. Marshal's Fugitive Task Force and the Martin County Sheriff's Office arrested a Pasco County man on a warrant for attempted seconddegree murder Wednesday. The task force had information that Troy Garner, Jr., 22, was at 3468 S. E Oris Avenue in Stuart, Florida. When they arrived at the address, they forced entry into the home and found Garner. He was taken into custod y On January 9 2012 the vic tim Evan Cesarek reported ly went to a residence in the 5600 block of Cheyenne Drive Authorities believe""Ces arek went to the home to confront someone living at that address. While there, authorities said Cesarek was shot in the face and the buttocks at least one time. He was transported to a Pasco County hospital by his girlfriend and friend who had been waiting in a vehicle. ... "y, .. r,T. ..., Trial Date Set For Connee Brantlev Cortnee Brantley, the woman involved in a 2010 traffic stop that cost the lives of two Tampa Police officers, is expected to go on trial in mid-June. Brantley is listed as the second case on the calendar of U .S. District Judge James Moody in June, behind a 14defendant drug case expected to last two weeks Judge Moody imposed court superv1s10n for Brantley last week. She is facing a federal charge alleging she failed to report her then boyfriend, Dontae Morris, for the offense of possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon. Morris is accused of killing officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Ko!!ab during a traf fic stop on June 29, 2010. Authorities said Brantley was the driver. Brantley's indictment was dismissed by Judge Moody in October 2010, but a federal appeals court reinstated it in February. In Judge Moody's ruling he said prosecutors had to prove Brantley acted to con ceal the felony in order to support the charge. Judge ., Moody concluded none of r Brantley's actions concealed the possession of a firearm or 0 ammunition by Morris. ):lo An appeals court ruled the en district court had no authority to dismiss the indictment ::f before trial based on its view Z of the evidence. m r aJ Detectives Ask For Help In Solving Armed Robberv c: r r z PINELLAS COUNTY Pinellas County detectives are asking for the public's assis tance in solving an armed robbery. On May 19th at 3:30 a. m., police said two men entered an Oldsmar Circle K and tried to rob the cashier at gunpoint. The cashier was not injured during the incident. This is a surveillance photo of two men attempting to rob a Circle K Store. on the front in an oval emblem and white letters down the sleeve. Police said the two suspects are described as Black males in their early 20s, one with a diamond stud earring in his left ear, and the second wear ing a black shirt or hooded sweatshirt with a rhinoceros Anyone with information is ., asked to call (727) 582-6200. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scott St. The h rr>ng of a lawyer rs an rmportant dec1 5 1on that shoul d not be so1ey upon ad1ert1sements Before you dec1de ask us to send you FREE wrrtten rnformat1on about qual f rca!'Ons and experrence' C) m N w I ):lo

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FLORIDA sENTINEL FRIDAY MAY 25. 2012 Dorinda Clark-Cole Conference Concen, Health Fair And luncheon The Dorinda Clark Musicians and Singers Conference and Health Fair were held at 34th Street Church of God. A luncheon for the sponsors and speci al g uests was held at Seminole Garden Club. The conference concluded with a concert on Sunday evening with an overflow crowd in attendance. (Photos by Julia Jackson Apostle Todd Hall, a conference participant. Evangelist Cynthia Porter of Ft. Pierce enjoyed the program. Invited guest artist, Rance Allen. Jackie Clark and Sunday Best winner, Dontavious Boatwright at the concert. Gifted gospel artist, Janice Nunn Nelson received an award from Steve Marshall and Regina Lock DePass. The Anointed Singers attended the musical program. Feed the Children Ministries, Inc., was the benefactor of the conference. Representatives of the ministry presented an award to the Clark Sisters. From left are: Mrs. Jeanette Brown, Regina Lock DePass, Twinkie Clark (Grammy awardee), Pastor Moses Brown, Jackie Clark and conference coordinator, Steve Marshall. Dr. Faith Felder presented a health segment. She talked about eating habits. She suggested using a 9" plate instead of the 12" plate; chew foods at least 10 times before swallowing and drinking plenty of water. Photographer Julia Jackson accepted the sponsorship awards for the Sentinel at the luncheon from Dorinda Clark-Cole. Rev. Jeffery Singletary, pastor of Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church, attended the luncheon. Jeff Worthy, left, Wai-Mart District Manager, accepted the sponsorship award for his company from Dorinda Clark-Cole and Steve Marshall. One of the opening performers was the Christ of Calvary Youth Choir. The new artist showcase winner, the Lumsford Sisters of Avon Park.

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B. T. washington Spelling Baa Winner Q Ka'Terra Booker holds the winning trophy from the Booker T. Washington (BTW) Elementary School Spelling Bee, held May 18 at the school. She is shown event co-sponsor Philip Trezza, Jr., of Harvard Jolly Architecture and 5th grade teacher, Ms. L. Cunningham. Uliana Malacara finished second and Elijah Blair third in the competition among the school's fifth araden. The event was co-sponsored by the Robert W. Saunders Ubrary Foundation, Inc., and coordinated by the school. Saunders committee members are Fred Hearns, Mary James, Dr. John and Julie Hartman and Dr. Aaron Smith. Toynita Martinez is B1W Principal. llmemberina A Iiston Making Veteran BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer This Memorial Day we remember the service and sacrifice made by veterans across the country. The family of one local vet eran will not only spend this weekend reflecting on all their loved one gave to our country, but the legacy he leaves for the African American community. The late Dr. Raleigh Howell Allen, Jr., was a Bay area native, born in Seffner in 1924. He made history in the early 1950s as the first Black to pass the State Board Veterinary Medicine Exam in Florida. That accomplishment was major, because in those days the white administrators of the test made passing it difficult for Blacks. When the Coloreds, as we were called then, went to get their license, the administrator would raise the required score needed to pass," explains Dr. Allen's daughter, Hollianne AllenWright, repeating a story passed through generations. "My dad's score was so high, that had they raised it just one notch, eyen the whites DR. RALEIGH H. ALLEN, JR. taking the test would not have passed. Dr. Allen's impressive feat was featured years later in Jet Magazine. He went on to practice at his own office in Keystone, near the area now known as Citrus Park caring for bulls horses and other large animals. However, lack of demand for his expertise led him to relocate to Alabama, where he got a job at Tuskegee University as head of the school's Veterinary Medicine Department. Dr. Allen's lists of accomplishments are many. His first wife, Mary Frances Allen remembers the years prior to college when he served in the U. S. Navy. "He was the youngest on the ship, the U. S. S. Decatur. There were a lot of Black college men on board and they were all quite brilliant, she says with pride. Dr. Allen held the job of Quartermaster, meaning he was in charge of navigatin g the ship The tasks of the job were foreign to him but Mrs. Allen says her ex-husband was a quick study at the young age of 21. The time in the military afforded Dr. Allen the opportunity to attend Florida A&M University, where he earned his undergraduate degree Through the years, he spent time actively involved in many civic and social organizations, including Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. He was also inducted into Who's Who in the South and Southwest, for Outstanding Achievement. Dr. Allen died in 2011, but his legacy lives on in the Tampa area through his chil dren, grandchildren and great grandchildren, including his great grandson, Raleigh Howell Allen, V. This Memorial Day weekend holds an even more special mean ing for his family His birth day was Thursday May 24. Junior CollegeiiUDIII Celebrates lnniversarv This weekend, alumni will travel from near and far to St. Petersburg. The reason for the pilgrimage is to celebrate their anniversary. Beginning on Friday (today) through Sunday, former stu dents of Gibbs Junior Collerfi will return for their 55 Anniversary Celebration. The theme for the event is "Standing Strong and Looking To The Future." The anniversary celebration will take place at four differ ent locations in Pinellas County. On Friday, alumni members will register and attend the welcome reception at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront. The Golf Tournament will take place on Saturday, beginning at 7 a.m., at the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club, 36750 U.S. 19 North, Palm Harbor, 34048. The banquet will take place later that day at the Hilton Bayfront. The Master of Ceremony will be Retired General Lloyd W. "Fig" Newton, Thunderbird Pilot; and the Keynote Speaker will be Retired Major General Titus C. Hall, of the Tuskegee Airmen. The celebration will termi nate on Sunday. The Worship Service will take place at the Mt. Zion Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 925 20th St. South, St. Petersburg, 33712. The closing activities will take place at the Sanderlin Family Center, 2335 22nd Ave., S St Petersburg 33712. Fifty-five years ago, Dr. John W. Rembert was the President of the college as well as the Principal of Gibbs High School. Bill McCloud is Alumni Association President. Voters Registration-You have Until Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida' General Election Nov. 6

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You! IlPPI AnniVersarv MR. And MRS. WILLIAMS So m e sai d i t wouldn' t hap pen. It h appened! Some said it wouldn t last well today is our 1st annivers a ry So a ll the t al k is a thi ng of the p as t. Happy annive r s ary. Happy Binhdav 'KENISHA' A s p ecial happy birthday to Ms. Jackson on 5/26. Keep do ing y our thing! Fro m, Angei. WbatCaiiiiS 1111111 ....... MR. And MRS. REGGIE PICKENS A very important message to my husband. September 13th, 2008, remember the covenant w e made with God, the "vow" that w e made to each other and ... the reality" that we be came as one. IlPPI Birthdav BOLAnd ANGEL Happy birthday to Ms. Angel on 5 /22 a n d we r e 2 years strong on 5/24 ... Beep! Shout Out Clinton Walker, DC #H20991, Santa Rosa C. 1 5850 East Milton Rd., Milton, FL, 32583. Twenty-five years old, high yellow complexion, 5 '7', 160 lbs. Release date within less than one year. Looking for woman or GBT to come home to. c t ----................................... .. wasaeYaulr LA QUITA MITCHELL Happ y birthday to you May 27th. She will celebrate her day with family and friends. Love : mom, Peanut and the ki d s. DvinaBreed RONALD JORDAN If y ou re looking for a change in your l ife or some new excitem ent, hit me up. I'm loca l and a short-timer and l o v e I-4 a k.a., Jay. Ronald Jordan, 24611018 F. C C USP-2 P 0. Box 1034 Coleman F L : 33521. STEVESCOTI Steve Scott, 529583, Hardee Correctional Institu tion, 6901 State Road 62, Bowl ing Green FL, 33834. IIPPVInllnrs&l'l LADY FAYE And LARRY FAYE May24 Fiv e years in = anothe r year closer to the end of t ime, p lus 9 This ri ght her e is no t tempo r a ry, it's forever!!! 6 To The love If Mv lHe couldn't Be Benerlll LATOYA FIPPS Sunny day s wouldn t be special if it wasn't for the rain, and joy wouldn t feel so good if it wasn' t for the pain. Now, I see that knowing you has been the best sacrifice and c )> en m z z m r-ID c: r r m :::! z "D c: ID r-u; :I: m c m < m :c < c: m en c )> z c :::D c loving you better has brought structure to my life! Happy birthday My Love. C) Yours truly, Mardell Fipps .... You will celebrate all weekend m with family and friends, May 28, 2012. .. .. ...... ....... ...

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Greetin IlPPI Birlhdav YVETIE SMITH Birthday greeting are being sent out to our moth er, Ms. Yvette Smith, b.k.a., "Ma." Her big day was Monday, 5/21. We just wanted to say 9 happy birthday, Ma. We ff love you and hope you have 0 manymore. Also, happy birthday to > Ma's best friend, Ms. Brenda, who's big day is U) Sunday, 5/27. We hope you and Ms. 1Brenda enjoy y'all birth days together. w Love: Shanna, f:j Shawnda, Lil Mama, o Ms. Boo, Denesha, W Ronald, Walt, Big Jermain, James and Wayne; and from all your grands. (R.I.P. Lil Walt). IIPPV Blrlbdav, Snoop ASHLEY, LODIE And SNOOP Going to be there for the kids, no matter what! Happy birthday Sweetie, we love you. From, the family. ALL WIGS BUY ONE GET THE 2ND 1/2 PRICE xp!Nt on JuM 111\. --,t;$50 QUICK WEAVE $FREE IIAIICUT WICOLOR SERVICE EYB.ASH EIIWICEMEIT REGULAR SERVICE TUESDAY'S SPECIAL $25 WASII&IET WASH, WRAP& RAT .. I Queens II Distinction Hosts Spring Ball The Queens of Distinction held their Spring Ball at the American Legion Post 5 The Queens are led by Joan Brister, Cheryl Sanders-West, Chelsea Jenkins and Selena Scott. Honorable mention to Lorretta Saunders. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) 'Saletv SUIDIDit 2012' To Be Held It Citv Park On May 26th from 10 a. m. until 3 p. m., the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership group will host a public safety initiative called "Safety Summit 2012." The summit will take place at AI Barnes, Jr. Park (18th Street Park). There will be a health fair component to the event as well as free food, free give aways like bicycles and computers, $1,000 or more in gift cards, games of all kinds, arts and crafts, and entertainment provided by Gospel singers and rappers. Free Music Studio Classes East Tampa Prodigy presents free Music Studio Classes for youth ages 13-17, on Mondays, 4:30-6 p. m. and Tuesdays-Thursdays, s:30-7p. m. Classes are held at 2631 E. Lake Ave. (Audrey Spotford Center). A project funded by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, classes are held in recording, vocal coaching, producing beats, rapping, singing and artist development. For more details, call (813) 248-9738, ext.104. Also, retired NFL players will be attending and sign ing autographs and handing out free memorabilia. All children who register that day will get free meal cards, and Alex Jordan will be the master of cere mony. Partnering with the ETCRP for this event are Telling The Truth Ministries, Molina Health Care, the City of Tampa Park and Recreation Department and other city government agencies and community organizations. uy 1 GET 2Nd 112 off EXPIIIES JtJNE 14TH

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Loca -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 == Mother's oav Around The Town (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Mother' s Day, Sunday, May 12-Rev. Allen (Lead Minister) and Sherry} Cusseaux of New Mt. Zion M. B. Church. Mother and daughter, Elaine and Brittney Saffold on Mother's Day. Micah's liear because so r-0 ::0 c )> (/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: rr m :::! z "lJ Julia H., Julian Ramon and Julia E. Jackson enjoyed Mother's Day dinner at a local restaurant. 5j r-c;; % m c m < m -f c: m (/) c )> z c ::0 c 13-253-2640. G> m (J1 I aJ

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Going With Jesus There are many who have not accepted the reality that this place where we live is not our eternal home. This place on Earth is just a temporary layover until we move to a more permanent residence. But where will you move to? How will you get there? Jesus answers these ques tions in this week's scripture lesson, John 14:1-14. In previous chapters fore told them of being betrayed and denied by His disciples. He opens this chapter by encouraging them to not allow their hearts to be trou bled (vs. 1). It was not clear to get the best of you. He speaks to you today, don't let it trouble you. To prevent yourself from being troubled believe in Him (vs. 1b). What helps you to be less stressed and able to maintain your hope and faith is by trusting in someone greater than your self. Jesus is the one to go with it! as to why their hearts would Q be troubled, but life brings on many situations that would cause individuals to be trou Z bled. He informs that His Fa ther's house has many rooms (mansions) and He is going to prepare a place for them (vs. :z). The children of God must know arid believe that beyond this place, there is an other place of dwelling. That place is called Heaven and at the end oflife you will be able to dwell there, if you believe. The disciples had some difficulty understanding what Jesus was referring to or how to get there (vv. 3-5). Oftentimes Jesus speaks blessings and promises into your life and oftentimes how CC Regardless of what is oc curring in your life, do not C permit or allow your heart to ffj be troubled. You must learn :;:) ..... w > w Q w :I: U) ::::J m :;:) Q. z i= w ..J ..J :;:) m ..J w z i= z w U) c( Q a: 0 ..J u.. to maintain control and strength over what you allow ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue, Tampa, FL (C'A>mer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddlllewkik, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSH. SCHEDULE 8:00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study weanesaar. 5:30P. M Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Owrch of the inner city to the comrtlfiJily by rninisteri1g to the whole man. OUtrec:d'l Ministry: m f'VAH COMMl.J'JrrY, te./ w "' .. a. ..... PISTOl IIIlEY ... to possess them are not clear. Jesus informs them that He is the way, the truth, and the life (vs. 6). When God has given you directions and information believe that the way to get there is with Jesus. All of your blessings and promises go through Jesus. The way to dwell eternally with the Father is through Jesus. Jesus expects those who follow Him to know Him. Philip requests that Jesus shows Him the Father (vs. 8). Jesus replies that after being with you for so long do you not know Me (vs. 9)? Jesus believes that those who have spent time with Him should know Him. After all the things HE has done for you and the amount of time you have spent with Him, you should know Him. It is unfortunate that peo ple can spend a lot of time with Jesus and still not know Him. There are some people who have been in church for years and still do not know Jesus. Jesus wants them to know that He and the Father are in one another and the work that He does is the Father working through Him (vs. 10). The work that you will do is the work of God work ing through you. When God NEW MT. ZIOII M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 For Transportation can (813) 486-7890 Dea. Kelvin DeCoursey Chairman. Deacons' Minis is in you, He will work through you. Having faith in Jesus will allow you to do the work that He has done (vs. 12). God wants you to do the work that Jesus has done. In order for that to happen you must be lieve in Jesus and have faith in Him. Consider the mira cles He performed; you can do even greater! Jesus leaves them with the promise that He will do whatever they ask in His name so that He will bring glory to the Father (vs. 13). The key to this verse is the latter phrase; to bring glory to the Father. Some people think they can ask whatever they want and He will just do it. The stipulation is that it brings glory to the Father. You can be where Jesus is and do what Jesus has done. The thing to remember is that you must go with Jesus. You have to have faith in Him and trust Him at His Word. 4818 N. Flor1da Avenue Tampa 33603 (813) 231-4817. (813) 270-9717 PASTOR H. D. McFADDEN, SheptMrd/Teacher CheirpeNOM: Slater Elma Settle, Deacon Mitton WIHingham, lilii!O--ooillliio.. Sister LaKeea Dupnle, Broth TeiTance Dupree Theme: "Preparing For The Journey'" Isaiah 4&.29-31 Sunday, ,May 27, 2012 4 P. M Mt. Olive M. B. Church Lakeland, FL Rev. Hugh Strafford, Pastor SAINT .JAMES A.M.E. CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE, INC. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-2411 JlEV, JOCHAJ!L B. PIICII, I l'utor :-und.t\ Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Church School 8:45 A. M. Morning Worship Service 10:15A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW6 :00P. M Evening Worship 7:00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCit OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progress Blvd., Tampa, Fl3S619 Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Pastor' s Office: (813) 672-o389 Academy Office : (813) 677-5988 Fa>,<: (813) 672-o514 EMall: fbcopvtampabay.rr.com DR. SAIIIIAXWEU, SR. Senior Teaching Pastor AdoltJChildren Wofship rmes 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:1!11f111ul!f Sunday 9 :45 A.M. AdlJt & Youth/ Chicl'en Tuesday 11 A.M. -AdtJt Wednesday 'T P.M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P M AdUt A Satelite CamDU9 For Bille lnslit\.G 'Growing The Clueh For Global CharYJ&" (Acts 1:8 Rom. 1:8. 1 Thes 1 : 8 } NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. 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May Birthdays Happy birthday: Fran chesta Price, Frank Moul trie, Gabrielle Leon, Gerald Hankerson, Gerald Randolph, Gina Dickerson, Grace Pollonais, Harold Frazier, Idler Jeannot, Ivalita Woods, Jeffrey Powell, John Nel son, Jr., Johnny Lawton, Joseph Jones, Julia Tim mons, Kalen Holmes, Karl Hezekiah, KatrinaForeman, Keana Thomp son, Kendall Carolina and Kirk Reed. Also celebrating birthdays this month are: Linda Leggett, Lithia Beckles, Markeosha Burgess, Melissa Vazquez, Melona Betoncourt-Nelson, Millie McClennan, Min. Joseph Jones, Nakisha Williams, Nathaniel Rudison, Rechienda Jernigan, Reginald Martin, Roger Scott, Russell McKinney, Ryan McCall and Saman tha Reid. More May celebrants: Sean-Deitrich Mayes, Shaquelia Evans, Shaque rra Carr-Wilson, Sha vanika Kilpatrick, Shelly Anderson, Sherlana Pol lonais, Shermeka Everett, Shirley Flowers, Shirmeka Everrett, Tamiko Gantt, Tasha Custis and Thomas Eu banks. Others celebrating their natal day in May are: Tiara Wilson, Tony Williams, Tykel Tubbs, Valerie White, Vanessa Henry, Victoria Thornton, Win Hutchinson, Zahnzaha Wrenn, T'Nysha Rodgers, Anayha Kelly and Gerome Green. Isaiah Doby celebrated his 9th birthday on May 19th at the Bowling Alley. Ardaisha Hamilton will celebrate her sweet 16th at Williams Park on May .26th. Rhonda Williams, Tonya Durr and Cherish Perkins celebrated their spe cial day on May 23n1. Special birthday wishes are sent to Sandra Lise, who will celebrate another natal day on May29. \ CHURCH DIRECTORY I NEW CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD, Email: bithopandrews O iive.rom .SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M Morning Service 11 :30 A M. Evening Service7:30 P. M. Bibl e Study -Tuesd a y Evening Bible Band7:30 P. M. Thursday Evening YPINW7:30P.M. 1st And 3 r d Friday Evening Women's Outreac.h Ministry 7:30 P. M. MOUNT PLWANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and SpruceSt) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr T. Dtdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7 : 45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's (Comlllll1ion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bi:>le Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRIO.MD, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org May God continue to bless you with many more days of your life. Sick And Shut-Ins God did not bring us this far to leave us: Willie Davis, Qquany Roberts, Alfonso Lee, Willie Burns, the Phil on family, Eloise Leeks, Phyllis Akes, Dea. Eli Rogers and family, Darlene Lise, Marie Benson, Mattie Mills, Lelia Felder Moss, Van Scott, Bob An thony (out of hospital and in r ehab), and James Wiggs. Prayer Request Let us pray for Brian Price, defensive tackle for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and his family. His sister, Bridget James died in surgery from injuries sustained in an accident in Los Angeles, CA. Sympathy Condolences to Otis Cole, Sr., family and friends of his mother. Her final arrange ments Will be held in Jack sonville, FL. May you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. Congrats Graduates From headstart, kinder garten, high schools and colPastor S u nday School 9 : 45 a m Morn i ng Worship 11 a m Evening Worship 5 p m P raye r Meeting Tuesday-7:30p. m V i sitors Are Welcome GRACE MARY MISSIOIIARY BAP1IST CIIJRCH 3901 N 37th St 243-3779 -"" ..... Pastor Early Momi.rig Worship 8 A.M. Sunday School 9 : 30A.M. Moming Worship 10 : 50 A.M. Bible Study,.Wed -7 P .M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED leges, there will be many boys and girls marching as they graduate. Congratulations on your success!! 29th Street Church Of Christ Bro. Perry Johnson, Interim Minister. The church extends birthStepping To Victory (Step Team) day greetings to its members: N Taty Ana Speights, Craig N Tucker, Sylvia Homer, Congratulations to our graduating seniors : Travari ous Riley, Genesha Simp son, Cornelious Durr, Bria Doby and Aukheria Ackerman. The Step Team sends con gratulations to the Progres s Village community for its 52nd anniversary! We had a won derful time partic i pating in the Family Fun Day and our first ever parade on Saturday, May 19th. Our next event is June 16th. For questions or to support our fundraising, please call Tiffany at (813) 965 3792. P. V. Family Fun Day Sat ., May 19th was Progress Village Family Fun Day Khadijah Tillman, Daryl Thomas and John L. Dixon. You are away, but not for gotten: Darryl Tilman (mil itary) Lee Parker (military) and Desjane Boon (college). Scripture (Isaiah 40:31) But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; and they shall walk and not faint. Thought For Today "Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you plant. ., Thank you to all who were a part of making this a success! F.Y.I. b Learn Chess Please join us for fun at the 78th Street Library on Palm River Road on Saturdays from 10 a. m. to 12 noon. There are chess sets for you to use. God bless President Barack Obama and family, g our troops, veterans and other en servants in the community m Remember your helper in the kitchen, ShuLon's z Kitchen 813-741-9760 Call your news into Gloria UJ McNair-Johnson at 813C: 735-7968. J= m Call Coach Ted McNair at (813) 431-5215 to RSVP or ask questions. All are invited. r warsiiiJ-----.. n PriJir SlniCI, TIUdiVI Ja. lllnUiblaSIIIIV.Tia taeu. 111111 ..... 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N I' L6 N == >;' ous Pastor Thomas Scon Celebrates 32nd Anniversarv < 0 a: Reverend Dr. Thomas Scott celebrated 32 years as pastor of 34th Street Church of God. In the LL culminating service, Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons, pastor of New Salem M. B. Church, was the guest 0 a: LL 0 z <( 0 en w :::l tspeaker. (Photos by Julia Jackson) a:> Mother of the triplets, Mrs. Evelyn Laster was also in atten dance. Deacon David R. Jones was at the service. w 0 w :z:: en :::i m :::l ll. z t;j ..J ..J :::l m ..J w z i= z w en <( 0 a: 0 ..J LL m I co w CJ 2012 .. av21,2112 -+__.. ... ---=* PID Special Guest: Bishop J. Delano Ellis Establishmentarian College of African Minister Delivers His Trial Sermon Recently, the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church congrega tion witnessed the trial sermon of Minister Bortbland R. Murray, Sr. The theme for the event was "Have You Left Your 1st Love?" He based his sermon on text from Revelations 2:1-4. Minister Murray, who successfully completed all of his re quirements, will obtain his license to preach in the near future. (Photographs by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). First Lady Vera Jenkins, right, Je'Maria Newsome, and Stella Newsome attended the trial sermon of Minister Murray. FELLOWSHIP Saturday, June 2, 201212N-2P DoubleTree Weatahore Hotel 4500 w. Cypreea Street ..._..,.: "'Wonwn with an 18ew of Blood-" Lulre:...,.. RSVP for your FREE WOP gift at W"WW.women miN.com 1902 W LaSalle St. Tampa, fl. 33607 Saturday, May 26,2012 7:00 p.nr. To pun:hue tickets or ibformation call813-76S-5023 $20 at the Door Deliverance, ..,..islns there!

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Local ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c s::: CDC Celebrates 20th Anniversarv The To Develop Communities of Tampa, held their 2oth year celebration at the Tampa Club on May 15th. Along with the celebration was the announcement of the CDC of Tampa's new CEO Ernest Coney, Jr. (Photos By BRUNSON) The Coney Family Oeft to right): Pastor Ernest Coney, Sr., Dr. Chloe Coney, Ernest Coney, Jr., and his wife, Anika Coney. Attending the celebration were Oeft to right): Maxon-Victors, Ron Bradford, and David Jones. r 0 :::u a ,.. en m z ::::! z m r aJ c: r r !:!l z Sheff Crowder stopped by to attend the celebration. Fred Rothenberg was also present at the "tJ CDC 20th year celebration. ; The New Mount Zion M.B. Church Of Tampa, FL, Inc. "Living Sacrifices" 2511 E. Columbus Drive, Tampa, FL 33605-2849 (813) 248-8101 (813) 247-3899-FLC (813) 247-6338-FAX www.newmtzion-tampa.com I churchhappenings@aol.com The New Mount Zion M. B. Church of Tampa, FL seeks a fulltime Pastor. He must be a creative thinker with strong leadership skills who will preach the unadulterated gospel of Jesus Christ; teach sound Baptist doctrine; engage in pastoral care ministries; provide spiritual leadership, development. and training; and act as the chief administrator of staff. 1 Born-again, baptized believer in Jesus Christ 2. Ucensed and ordained as a Baptist preacher 3. Documented experience as a senior pastor, assistant pastor or an associate minister 4. College educated and/or degree from an accredited theological seminary or school of divinity 5. Superior communication skills 6. Must be accessible and display a love for the church and its people 7. Team-oriented and experienced in leading ministry teams/programs 8. Visionary, strategic planner 9. Demonstrated ability to manage the church's resources effectively/efficiently 10. Honest, committed man of integrity Interested candidates should submit: 1. Resume and letter of interest 2. Recordings of two recent sermons preached on different occasions (preferably DVD) 3. Copy of license and certification of ordination 4. Verification of college degrees, seminary, or theological training/course work 5. Five references (2-3 from pastor/clergy, plus personal and a church steward) Forwwd all materials to: Pastoral Search Committee The New Mooot Zion M. B. Church of Tampa. FL, Inc. 2511 E Columbus Drive Tampa, Fl33605-2849 DHcllht to submit .. ,..,.,... Is June .29, 2012. The Committee Mil aclcnowledge of all I'8SUI118S .-ttl .leffera of ,__ Information will be tleafed -confidential. Final Candidates must consent to Criminal History Baclcground check, Substance Abuse Hl$tory check, .-ttl CredltiFlnancla History Review. c fJ) ::I: m c m < m -4 c: m fJ) c ,.. z c c J C) m cp aJ

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0 rt & Fashion Shows Anistic Expressions Hosts Fashion & Art Show Last month, the bay area was treated to the Artistic Expressions Fashion and Art Show. Ms. Cas > sandra Mandeville, Miss Florida U.S. International was the hostess for the event Int e rnational < pop star, Mikel Soulhop, was the coordinator Heels to Heal Charity benefitted from the proceeds of 9 theshow. fE (Photographs by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). c a: LL c z < c en w ::::) 1w > w c w J: en :::l I:D ::::) D. z tu ...J ...J ::::) I:D I:D I 0 ,.. Megan Stone and performer Antonio Estrada had a great time at the event. "Looking Up Poetry And Quotes" By New Author Janice Hanis. of a newly r.leased book entitled looking Up Poetry and u-J;It wa publllled Apt1120,2012. HIs Cll11lntly avalable through Barnes and "-.., Amazon ... AullortMiule.l am excited about this new chal*r In my life. I haft been writing al my life. My writitlg releases stms and Is an outlet for joy, sorrow, pain, excltlmlnl and any oth emotion I may have. I won a sdlolarlhlp from WTMP back In 1983 by writing an es,say and ttering their contest. I have wrinln poems and short stories but never pursued thl$ passion. With the raising of kick and clay to day pressures, I put my pen down and traveled a path of seourtty. I have been blessed and have been on my job with the School District of Hillsborotlgh CGunty tar llrnost 23 years. Now with my chlldrlll being aclllts I have the time, energy and motivation to carve a path for myself doq what I love to do, write. I have started on a second book and I tD Wl1tlng more. Website: JanlcePoetryComer.com, Featuring Short Poems And Thoughts Of The Day. Contact llrs. Janice Harris 0 jharrts19090aol.com To Buy Your Copy Of tookJng Up Poetry And Quotes" Today This model walked down the runway wearing summer attire. First Annual Spring Fashion Show Held Last month, Mrs. Latrice Scott, Ms. Tangela Sails, and Ms. Dejaya "Clerny" Duhart presented LaTan Clemore Fa s hion s First Annual Spring Fashion Show. The event took place at the Mar shall Center, Room 3707, on the campus of the University of South Florida. The theme was "Springing Into Nouveau Mode." (Photographs by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes) D.J Smooth kept the evening lively with great music. Designer Shanikki Peterson and Jessica Digivanni, showed off fabulous outfits. Ch'lisa Taylor and Tiffany McNeill were among those who attended the event. Simone Whitaker show cased the new spring fashion. Bria Moore was one of the models who glided across the runway during the fashion show. Latrice Scott, one of the hostesses of the fashion show, had a great time on the Red Car pet.

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ocaJ 3: Custom Costume Shop Holds Grand Opening Last month, Tutu Cute, 4202 E. Busch Blvd. held its grand opening. The shop creates custom costumes for pageant contestants, talent show models, and others who enjoy being unique. The theme for their Grand Open ing was "Every Princess Deserves A Tutu! (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott keepsakes). DJ Cashmoney made sure everyone enjoyed the music. 9' 0 ... ., r-0 :::0 C l> C/) m z ::! z m rKimberland Jackson and Wynette Wright, of Inspiration in Motion, were on hand to support the new venture and Grand Opening at Tutu Cute. aJ c: This group considered the Grand Opening a "grand event." Shown in the photograph are: rKishahana Ruffin, Victoria Pressley, Camelia Miles, Dahlia Miles, Joy Momah, co-owner, Sunnie Morrison, who hosted the event, Zariah Walker, and Tamika McClendon, co-owner. ::! z "'tJ c: Tired of driving, high gas prices, and the stress of congestion? Let HART get you to your destination. HART is a clear, clean and inexpensive alternative to the automobile. HART has more than 20 Park-n-Ride lots and transfer centers. The concept is easy. Park your car in the lots and take a HART bus. Even if you don't have a car, these centers service many of our routes. HART is hard at work serving our community with improvements including, our Yukon Park-n-Ride transfer center, located between North Central Avenue and North Seminole Avenue. In the HART Yukon Park-n-Ride transfer center, HART is doubling the number of bus bays, adding public restroom facilities, and improving traffic circulation for better school bus drop-off. For more information on fares, routes, and how HART can make your life easier visit ou r web-site www.goHART org, or call the HART information line: (813) 254-HART (4278). Ride HART. Be Smart. m r-c;; m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c ., :::0 c

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b tocal Nl------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Universitv II South Florida Holds Graduation Ceremonv :iE > Members of the communi ty gathered at the University 0: of So. uth Florida Sun Dome LL the first weekend of the Although unemployment has been an issue for several months, many of the graduates have already found employment. (Photography by Julia Jackson and Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). c a: LL. c z < c U'J w ::;, .... month. The purpose of the gathering was to witness their loved ones graduate from college. Carmin Williams and Jazmin Lassiter majored in Theater. The graduates are now ready to pursue their dreams. > a: Graduate April Wilcox is joined by her family at the cereg;! mony: mom, Linda Wilcox, auntie, Stacy Marshall, grandW mother, Barb@ra Smith and her dad, Leonard Wilcox. c w :I: Aparicio-Levy TeehDical Center Your Pa.tbway To Sueeosa z i= w ...J ...J ::;, m ...J w z i= z w U'J Information Technology Specialist Generallnformatlon: ii Length: eoo Hours Cost $4600.00 ** II Certifications: A+, N+, Security+, CCNA, MECP TABE Requirements: Math 10, Reading 9, Language 9 Ovwvlew: This program Integrates the inclustrTs most in-demand IT courses, including CompTIA A+, Net+, Secwity+, Cisco CCENT and CCNA certifications, as well as the Mobile Electronics Certified Professional (MECP) certification. Students who successfully complete this program and pass the certification exams are in high demand, as employers everywhere need trained IT technicians. Program Courses Include: Information Technology Assistant (150 Hours) IT Programming And Database (150 Hours) IT Technical Support And Networking (150 Hours) IT Web (150 Hours) Digital Media Media (150 Hours) IT Internship (150 Hours) Rnancial Assistance Avllllable If Qualified .1t*Prfces SUbject To Change Aparicio-Levy Technical Center 10119 E Ellicott St. Tampa FL 813-740-4884 www.goALTC.com Davorin Cancarevic was among the graduates of the University of South Florida. He has already landed employment in the Computer Engineering field. Asya Adkins, who majored in Early Child Education, plans to attend graduate school at the Unh:'ersity of Hawaii. Shei' Kiara Haines, center, is shown with family members who were on hand for the momentous occasion. Shown from left to right are: Nena Santos, Leonard Haines, Shei'kiara Haines, the honoree, Pauline McCray, and Russell McCray. Alysia Barber and Tiara Sanders were among those attending the graduation ceremony at the University of South Florida. Dana Johnson and Carla Thomas prepare for graduation. on 11111 lav, 1ers rellllber 1111 nv fir llratllen Bl sisters .................. SMitllclu1hat ... In Ire... 1111 celllhllnl .. a llellerll..._ College Hill Church of God in Christ member Sheryl Harris was also a graduate. 11111 Bless Tllem Mwarsl Col. IReU El OTERO Cllllidaletoru.t ... oiR8111'8S8111111V David Campbell and Brandon Alexander were on hand to support their graduating family members and friends.

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Your Children's Board, in partnership with other local organizations, is proud to bring Hillsborough County students myON reader a FREE online library of more than 2,000 digital books based on individual interests and reading levels. Students now have the opportunity to choose what they want to read in a fun, digital environment 24 hours a day. myON reader Teachers create personalized reading plans for students based on their reading level and can also allow access to additional reading supports. myON reader provides an accurate, real time measure of what students read; how long it takes them to complete a digital book; and even measures comprehension with end-of-book quizzes! Students can monitor their own progress through individua l growth charts and teachers can track student progress through a personalized dashboard. So what are you waiting for? V isit www.ChildrensBoard.org today and register your kids for this valuable tool that'll motivate them to become better, more confident, lifelong learners. Chlldren -'s Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY .... w I IJI

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c a: u.. c z < c U) w 1-> a: w > w c w :I: U) ::::i m Q. z t= w ...J ...J m ...J w z t= z w U) a: 0 ...J u.. Celebrate Memorial Day by getting together with family, friends and of course sharing some delicious food. Also, take a few minutes and pause to remember the brave men and women who have paid the ultimate price for freedom we enjoy in America. MRS. RENE PANKO Owner 813-247-CRAB (2722) Email: nrbedd@yahoo .com CATERING AVAILABLE DINE IN CALL-INS WELCOME FAMILY OWNED BUSINESS Luther SUite Monday-Thursday 11:00a.m. -10:00p.m. OPEN LATE ON FRIDAY & SATURDAYS 11 :00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Closed Sunday Chicken & Waffles With Drink $4. Brew House Baby Back Ribs lf2 cup packed brown sugar lf2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 2 Tbsp. minced garlic 1 Tbsp. onion powder 1 Tbsp. coarse kosher salt tsp. cayenne pepper 4 lb. pork baby back ribs 1 cup Guiness Draught Beer Blend Barbecue Sauce DIRECTIONS: Heat oven to 350F. Mix sugar, cocoa powder, garlic and seasonings. Rub onto both sides of ribs. Place in 13x9-inch foil-lined pan Bake 1 hour. Great American Potato Salad lf2 cup mayonnaise 1 Tbsp. yellow mustard lf2 tsp. celery seed 1/8 tsp. pepper 1-1/2lb. white potatoes (about s), cooked, cooled and cubed 2 hard-cooked eggs, chopped 1 onion, chopped 2 stalks celery, sliced 1/3 cup dill pickle relish DIRECfiONS: Mix first 4 ingredients in large bowl. Add remaining ingredients; mix lightly. Refrigerate several hours or until chilled. Wave Your Flag Cheesecake 4 cups fresh strawberries, divided 1-1/2 cups boiling water 2 pkg. (3 oz. each) strawberry flavor gelatin Ice cubes 1 cup cold water 1-1/3 cups blueberries, divided 2 pkg. (8 oz. each) cream cheese, softened 1/4 cup sugar 1 pkg. (10.75 oz.) prepared pound cake, cut into 10 slices 1 tub (8 oz.) whipped topping, thawed DIRECfiONS: Slice 1 cup strawberries; halve remaining strawberries. Set aside. Add boiling water to gelatin mixes in large bowl; stir 2 min. until completely dissolved. Add ice to cold water to measure 2 cups. Add to gelatin; stir until ice is completely melted. Refrigerate 5 min. or until slightly thickened. Meanwhile, line bottom of 13x9-inch dish with cake. Add sliced strawberries and 1 cup blueberries to thickened gelatin; stir gently. Spoon over cake. Refrigerate 4 hours or until gelatin is firm. Beat cream cheese and sugar in large bowl with whisk until well blended. Stir in whipped toppping; spread over gelatin. Arrange strawberry halves on cream cheese mixture to resemble stripes of flag. Add remaining blueberries for stars

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.,... 23% II Teens Have Diabetes Can Lack II Sleep lead To Hair Lossil Or Ire At Risk For Prediabetes a: u.. c a: u.. c z c( c tn w :::) w > w c w :::1: tn :::; m :::) Q. z tii ...J ...J :::) m ...J w z t= z w tn C a: 0 ...J u.. The percent of U.S. teens with diabetes or prediabetes is on the rise. Prediabetes is a condition jn which blood sugar levels are abnormally high, but not high enough to be classified as diabetes. Both diabetes and predia betes are risk factors for car diovascular disease The findings indicate "U. 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A lack of sleep has been shown to affect the body s immune function hormone secretion and physical and mental stamina. Hair is very sensitive to changes within the body, and hair loss is nearly always the conse quence of an internal distur bance That internal disturbance is often stress something that goes hand and hand with sleep deprivation. In addition to getting enough zzz's, you can pamper your slumbering strands with a nighttime masque or leave-in conditioner. You can also treat your tresses to a silk or satin pil lowcase. Besides feeling de lightfully soft, the smooth surface creates less friction so it' s easier on your locks when you toss and turn. This can not only help prevent hair loss and breakage overnight, it can also keep your hairstyle in check possibly avoiding the dreaded bed head when you wake. Your Bones Need More Than Mlllll Pay attention to this info if you are over age so, have a family history of osteoporo sis, or are a woman who has gone through menopause, because your bones may be more vulnerable. 1. Add almonds to every thing. They're packed with bone-strengthening calcium. Just an ounce, about a hand ful, provides 70 mg calcium. 2. Have calcium supplements easily accessible Cal cium is best absorbed in two doses of soo or 6oo mg taken at least three hours apart. Choose a brand that has vitamin D, too, which your body needs in order to use the calcium. 3 Drink one cup of tea a day. That's all it takes to in crease your bone density by 5 percent. That translates to a 10-20 percent reduction in fracture risk! 4 Jump rope for 10 minutes every day. It's one of the best all-around exercises for building bone. This exercise requires coordination, and if your bones already happen to be thin, the last thing you want to do is fall. 5. Try some coleslaw or stuffed cabbage rolls for din ner once a week. Cabbage is rich in vitamin K, a vitamin that helps turn on a bonebuilding protein called osteocalcin. 6. Order your pizza topped with sardines and spinach. You'll get a ton of bone-protecting calcium in every bite. 7 Add nonfat powdered milk to soups, casseroles, baked goods and drinks. It's an easy, unobtrusive way to sneak more calcium into your diet, particularly if you don't like drinking milk. 8. Learn to cook with yo gurt. Many cultures, particularly Indian, use yogurt every day in cooking. 9 Choose brown rice over white rice. It' s got three times the calcium. 10. Get your calcium in un expected places, like cal cium-fortified orange juice and calcium-fortified cere als. Foods That Fight Cellulite Follow these three food rules for smoother skin and a sleeker you. Hydrate! Anytime the skin is well hydrated, it will look sup pler and healthier. On your tush, thighs and other spots prone to cel lulite, a thicker, plumper skin layer will better cover the fat cells underneath. Aim for about 81/2 cups of water per day. Count the water that' s in your glass, but focus as well on what you put on your plate. Don't love water? Foods that contain large amounts of H20 can help you reach your daily goal Not only can snacking on these hydrating eats help you look sleek, but you11 trim down, too! Women who took in more fluid from water-rich foods, such as apples, grapes and cucumber, had a smaller waist and a lower body-mass index than those who took in fluids from beverages, a study in the journal Nutri tion reports. Get snacking! Eat Colorful Veggi.es Colorful veggies are loaded with vitamin C, which is essential to preventing col lagen breakdown. Collagen is the skin's support structure and when strands of the tissue running through fat attach skin to the underlying muscle layer. When these strands weaken, skin loses elasticity and fat can pop up and bulge against the skin, rendering the bumpy layer underneath even more visible Vitamin C is linked to col lagen synthesis. What's more, the super_ vitamin can help you blast up to 30 percent more fat during exer cise Aim for at least 75 milligrams of C daily Eat Whole Grains Refined grains such as sugary cereal, white bread and white rice are converted into blood sugar (glucose) so quickly that they send your insulin sky rocketing. The postmeal insulin spike signals the body that it should store fat rather than burn it. All this new and excess fat makes cells full, so they're even more apt than usual to push through connective tissue and look lumpy. Avoid refined carbohydrates and stick to healthy whole grains, such as brown rice, oatmeal and popcorn, which won't take you on a blood sugar roller coaster. 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Nursing Award Of Excellence Presented On Saturday, May 19, 2012, the first annual Elizabeth P. Smith Day in the Park was held at Williams Park in Tampa. The event celebrates the excellence of nurses. This year's Award of Excellence recipient is Dr. Inez P. Joseph. Congratulations on your accomplishment, Dr. Joseph. May the Lord bless you to continue in the Spirit of Excellence! HBCU Campus Queen Needs Your Vote Excellence, Relevance and Influence .... these are words that describe Miss Tougaloo College. Since 1975, EBONY magazine has celebrated and recognized African American collegiate women who are poised to make a positive change in the African American com munity More than thirty-five HBCU Campus Queens will receive votes. You can help Ms. Janae' Leola Roberts, a student at Tougaloo College, to be selected as one of the ten exceptional ladies who will be featured in the September edition of EBONY. Cast your vote for Ms. Roberts at www.EBONY.com/campusqueens /44. There is no limit to how many times you can vote. Voting ends on May 31st at n:59p.m. Congratulations, Habitat For Humanity According to an annual survey, for the second year Habitat for Humanity is the sixth largest U. S. homebuilder. This is based on house closings in 2011, by a reporter. Habitat built or rehabilitated 4,970 homes across the United States and is the only non-publicly traded company in the top 10 rank ing. Habitat for Humanity International is a global non-profit Christian hous ing organization that seeks to put the love of God into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope. For further information, to donate or volunteer, visit www.habitat.org. Congratulations, Habitat for Humanity! 2012 Polk County High School Graduations Scheduled The high schools of Polk County are gearing up for the Class of 2012 graduation! Auburndale High School ceremony will be held on June 2, 2012, 8:oo p.m., at the Canova Stadium Bloodhound Field. For alternate location (inclement weather) please call (863) 965-6200, M-F, 7:30a.m. -3:30p.m. Some of the scheduled ceremonies, to be held at the Lakeland Center's George Jenkins Arena are as follows; Haines City High School -June 4, 2012, 2:00 p.m.; Ridge High School -June 3, 2012, 5:30 p.m.; Lake Region High School -June 3, 2012, 8:oo p.m.; Kathleen High School -June 4, 2012, 4:30 p.m.; Lake Gibson High School -June 4, 2012, 8:oo p.m. Congratulations, Remodeling Home lnapectlon Commercial Rnldentll Shingle Roofing nae Roofing Modlfted Syatem. DEMETRIUS JENKINS President DIRECT: (813) 624-8540 FAX: (813) 247-5625 cpdannerincOaol.com Class of 2012 graduates! Happy Birthday To You MOTHER RUBY AXSON Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy birthday to Khyla Faison, of Plant City, as she cele brates her birthday on May 26th; Quionna Wilkerson of Plant City, (currently a student at Bethune-Cookman University) and to Minister Ricky Brown, of Tampa, as they celebrate their natal day on May 27. Also to Mother Ruby Axson of Polk City, who will celebrate another year oflife on May 31st. May the Lord bless each of you with many, many more years of life. Happy Anniversary MUHAMMAD RAHMAN AND CHOIA LITTLE Shaw-Nuf Talk extends belated wishes for a very happy anniversary to VSPs (Very Special Persons) Muhammad Rahman and Chola Little of Tampa, who will celebrate another wedding anniversary on May 26th May the Lord continue to bless this union! Much love to you! Shaw-NtifShout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to the staff of Lakeland's Volunteers in Service to the Elderly (VISTE): Alice O'Reilly, President; Walt Whittemore, CFO; Ashley Miller, Volunteer Coordinator; Jeanette Simpson, Administrative Assistant; Clara Hill, Talk To Shaw-Nuf N Transportation Associate; Sue Brown, Hot Meals/Commodities Associate; Debra Crawford, Client Case Manager; Ellen Lee, Client Case Manager; and Ronnie Groover, Warehouse Manager. VISTE is a local, non-profit organization. The mission of VISTE is to enable the frail elderly to stay safely and independently in their own homes. Shaw-Ntif Talk wants Interested in becoming a volunteer? Call (863) 2840828. Volunteer orienta-tion day is June sth! to hear from you. Share N news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Ntif Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your excit ing news with the readership! Communitv Event On Sat., April 7th, Lakeland's Jackson Park was filled with excitement, as children ran around, looking in the grass, tree trunks, and other places to find the hidden Easter eggs. (Photos by Shaw-Ntif) This artist with a happy customer shows off her facepainting skills. Ardis and Pete Patterson served free hotdogs during the event. 81 3.841.9668 TENT FUMIGATION SPECIAL $100.00 OFF REGULAR PRICE PHONE: 813.841.9668 OR 727.512.1140 OFFER EXPIRES: JUNE 30, 10 ll "T1 r-0 :::c 0 )> en m z ::::t z m r-aJ c: r rz "'D c: aJ r-Cii ::J: m 0 m < m -4 c: m en 0 )> z 0 "T1 :::c 0 C) m

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('I National ..... 0 ('I u; Daughter aeuued' For ('I :IE Spanking Instead 01 C( 0 Mom's Embarrassing a: LL Web Photo Author ReShonda Tate Billingsley had her daughter post this picture to Instagram At first, it might seem like your typical case of modern parental discipline: A Texas mom has prohibited her 12year -old daughter from using the photo-sharing site Instagram after she caught LL the girl posting a photo of o herself holding an unopened Z bottle of vodka with a caption c( that read "I sure wish I could drink this." 0 But it's what ReShonda ffi Tate Billingsley did next :::: that has people buzzing: tBillinglsey, a prominent Houston-area author, had her W daughter post a new picture Gj of herself to Instagram earlier 0 w :I: CJ) :J m :::: a. z i= w ...J ...J :::: m I ...J w z i= z w CJ) this month holding a sign reading, "Since I want to post photos of me holding liquor, I am obviously not ready for social media and will be tak ing a hiatus until I learn what I should (and) should not post. Bye-bye." Billingsley then posted the same photo -in which only the lower half of her daughter's face was visible to her own personal Facebook page and it has since gone viral. It has seen u,ooo shares from Facebook alone, not to mention attention from various media outlets. c( 0 a: 0 ...J LL 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's BuHdlng Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop FOI.cloe .... & Crecllton REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW ObamaTouts $3 Billion In Pledges To Help Feedllrica President Barack Obama addresses the Symposium on Global Agriculture and Food. WASHINGTON President Barack Obama on Friday said the United States has a "moral impera tive" to lead the fight against hunger and malnutrition in Africa despite shrinking national budgets around the world Pres. Obama announced $3 billion in private sector pledges to help boost agricul ture and food production in Africa He said the U.S. and other donor nations would continue to make "historic investments" in development, though he offered no new American government pledges. Notre Dame SuesObama Administration Over Birth Control SOUTH BEND, Ind. -The University of Notre Dame is suing Obama administration officials over the man date requiring most employ ers to cover birth control. The school said Monday that the mandate violates religious freedom by requir ing many religiously affiliated hospitals, schools and chari ties to comply. President Barack Obama offered to soften the mandate to accommodate religious groups, but U.S. Roman Catholic bishops say the change doesn't go far enough. BARBAS Nmmz SANDERS BUTLER&;HOVSEPIAN m I CIO ..... Jimmie Butler *Automobile Ac:ddents *Motorcycle Accidents *Slip and Fall *Wrongful Death *Boat/Jet Ski Accidents *Defective Products *All Injury Oaims ..nTOltNB'fS AND COUNS&LOIIS Ja LJI'!III INJURED or ARRESTED? 1802 WEST CLEVELAND STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 33606 813-254-6652 KdMfiM AgiiMO *Traffic Tickets *DUI *Misdeameanors *Juvenile *Records Sealed/Expunged *Workers' COmpensation Wills, Trusts & Probate FrM Information Concrnlng Qualifications 6 Experience Avallab .. Upon Request The hiring of an anomey I s an Important declelon thai should not be bueed solely upon Before you del;ide, Uk ue 10 send you tree written ln formallon lan Who Fathered 30 lids savs He Needs 1 Breakon Child Suppon And you thought Octomom had her hands full-a Tennessee man who has fathered 30 children is asking the courts for a break on child support. Desmond Hatchett, 33, of Knoxville has children with 11 different women. The state already takes half his paycheck and divides it up, which doesn't amount to much when Hatchett is making only minimum wage. Some of the moms receive as little as $1.49 a month. The oldest child is 14 years old. Hatchett explains how he reached such a critical mass: He had four kids in the same year. Twice. Back in 2009 when Hatchett was in court to answer charges that many DESMOND HATCHETT of the mothers were not receiving child support, he had 21 children. At the time, he said he was not going to father any more kids, but he ended up having nine more in the past three years. The state cannot order Hatchett to stop making babies. He hasn't broken any laws, according to the report. Marine Discharged For Anti-Obama Facebook Po.sts A Marine sergeant's Facebook posts about President Obama have led to his discharge from the military, in a dispute over free-speech rights in the workplace. Marine Sgt. Gary Stein, 27, a meteorologist at Camp Pendleton near San Diego posted comments and images on Facebook that allegedly disparaged President Obama, The Press-Enterprise reports. Screw Obama and I will not follow all orders from him," one of Stein's posts said. Stein also created a Facebook "fan page" -but not because he was a fan of his commander-in-chief. Marine Sgt. Gary Stein's fan page was called "Armed Forces Tea Party," and included an image of President Obama on a movie poster with the title "Jackass," the Associated Press reports. Another image of Obama was pasted onto a movie poster for 'The Incredibles," with the film's title changed to "The GARY STEIN Horribles. In a separate post, the Marine discharged for Facebook posts called President Obama an "eco nomic and religious enemy," The Christian Science Monitor reports. The Marine now faces an "other than honorable" dis charge for his anti-Obama Facebook posts: He is set to be demoted, and will be inel igible for veterans benefits

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II LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00p.m., June 11, 2012, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, to hear the following requests Copies of the applicat i ons, department reports and legal descriptions are available for pub l ic inspec t i on in a master file maintained by the Development Services Department the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the publ i c hearing before him/her The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED ATTHE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Development Services Department at (813) 276-2058 or SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 12-()454-RVIS, (AB) filed on 04/02/2012 by WAWA, Inc & Scott H Gerard, represented by T. Truett Gardner of 400 N Tampa St., # 2600 Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-221-9600, requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-APS (Beer and wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the l i censed premises (package sales)) The property is 6,124.44 sq ft and is presently zoned PD (11-0779) It is located i n all or parts of Section 07 Township 30 Range 20 or SEcor of U S Hwy 301 & Bloomingdale Ave Petition SU 12-()491-RV/S, f iled on 04/18/2012 by East Bay Capital represented by Kevin Mineer Genes i s Group, of 3910 N. Hwy. 301, # 140 Tampa FL 33619 ph 813-620-4500 r equesting a Spec i a l Use Perm i t for a community res i dent ial home The property i s 15.44 ac and i s presently zoned Riverv i ew Downtown D i strict (AW1 ) It is located in all or parts of Section 17 Townsh i p 30 Range 20 or W / S of U.S Hwy 301, 50' N/0 Balm R i verview Rd. Petition SU 12-Q505-RV/S (AB), filed on 04 / 19 / 2012 by Vincen t A Marchetti, Gree n berg T r aur i g o f 625 E Twi ggs St.,# 100 Tampa FL 33602 ph 813 318 5700 request i ng a d i stance separat i on waiver f or a n A l cohol i c Beverage Per mit 2 APS (Beer and w i ne to be sold i n sealed containe r s on l y for consump tion o ff the licensed premises ( package sales)) The property i s 6 095 sq ft. and i s p r esent l y zoned R i verv i ew Downtown Dis t r i ct (DT2) It is located i n all or parts o f Section 17 Township 30 Range 20 or NE co r of U S Hwy 301 & Riverview Dr REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 12-Q357-ERIC, filed on 02/22/2012 by John Russell Griffin, represented by Todd Pressman of P 0 Box 6015 Pa l m Harbor, FL 34684 ph 727-804-1760, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD The property i s 2 48 ac and is located i n all or parts of Sect i on 31 Township 28 Range 21 or W / S of Gallagher Rd., 50 N/0 Gavin Rd. Petition RZ 12-o486-SMIC, filed on 04 / 17/2012 by CMMV Properties LLC, represented by Mark Bentley of 201 N. Franklin St.,# 1 650 Tampa FL 33602 ph 813-223-5050 request i ng a zone change from M & CN to M The property is 3.66 ac and is located i n all or parts of Section 32 Townsh i p 28 Range 20 or 10614 E. U.S. Hwy 92. Petition RZ 12-()499-RV/S filed on 04/19/2012 by Frank Ripa represented by Judy James, Molloy & James of 325 S. Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-254-7157, requesting a zone change from AS-1 to ASC-9. The property is 9.23 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 09 Township 30 Range 20 or SIS of Watson Rd., 1/2 mi E/0 Providence Ad Petition RZ 12-Q518-WMIS, filed on 4/30/2012 by Astin Strawberry Prop Mgmt LLC represented by James R Pierce of P. 0 Box 3837 Plant City FL 33563 ph 813-532-6128, requesting a zone change from PD to AR. The property i s 33 68 ac and is located in all or parts of Sect i on 32 & 33 Township 31 Range 20 or EIS of W. Lake Dr., 1/4 m il S/0 Hidden Breeze Dr MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 12-()410-RVIS, filed on 03/14/2012 by Pit Stop 4 Kids, LLC, represented by Joseph A Kowalski, Eng Inc., of 7804 S. US Hwy 301, R i verv i ew FL 33578-3302, ph 813-677-0706 requesting a major modif i cation to add child care center as an allowable use. The property is 6 42 ac and is presently zoned PD (ZC 91-0101 ) It is located in all or parts of Section 29 Township 30 Range 20 or W/S of Hwy 301, 400' S/0 Dawns Light Dr. HILLSBOROU H COUNTY AVIATI N A TH RITY (AUTHORITY) RFP Oracle and Llnux Software Consulting Services No. 12-534-032 II Sealed proposals for Oracle and Linux Software Consu l ting Services RFP will be received from firms by the Author ity at Tampa International Airport Off i ces located at 4100 George J. Bean Parkway Suite 3311, Main Terminal 3rd Floor, B l ue Side, Tampa, Florida 33607 Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www tampaairport com, Quick Links Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations on May 23, 2012. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, JUVENILE DIVISION FFFN: 512278 CASE ID: 1 Q-490 Division C IN THE INTEREST OF: J.G.WIM DOB: 11/19/1999 Case NO.: 508117 MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. TO: Katrina Gleason Last Know Address: 5002 Williams Road, Lot #16 Seffner, FL 33584 Legal Mother J.G. DOB: 11/19/1999 YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Pet i tion for Termination of Parental Rights has been filed i n the C i rcuit Court of the Th i rteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, Juvenile Divis i on alleg i ng that the above-named child is dependent child and by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination of parental rights and permanent commitment to the child to the Department of Ch il dren and Fam ili es for subsequent adoption. YOU ARE HEREBY notif i ed that you are requ i red to appear personally on the 27th day of June 2012. at 9:00 a.m .. before the Honorable Manuel A. Lopez, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse. 800 East Twiggs Street. 3rd Floot Dlylsjon C-Courtroom 310. Tampa. Florida 33602, to show cause if any why parental rights shall not be term i nated and said child shall not be permanently committed to the F l orida Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption You are entitled to be represented by an at this proceeding. DATED this 11th day of May 2012. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /sf PAM MORERA DEPUTY CLERK ., r-0 :a en m z m r-aJ c: r rz ., c: m r-u; :::t: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., ::rJ c .... cp m

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0 a: u.. 0 z < 0 tn w ::l tw > w 0 w :::1: tn :J m ::l Q. z ...J ...J ::l m ...J w z t= z w tn C a: 0 ...J u.. lXI I 0 N w CJ Notice of Public Hearing A publ i c hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code beginn i ng at 1 :30 P.M., on June 11, 2012 at the Board of County Commissioners Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests : Copies of the applications department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file mainta i ned by the Development Serv i ces Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All i nterested persons w ishing to subm i t testimony or other evidence in th i s matter must submit the same to the Hearing Master at the publ i c hearing before him/her. The decis ion of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working after the conclusion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional i nformation concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Development Services Department at (813) 272-2006 VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 12..()4()5-GCN, Mark A. Brown & Homer A. Brown, Trustee requesting a Variance to setbacks and lot width for property located at 12112 N Armenia Ave., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 12-()432-ER, JP Morgan Chase requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 19001 Bruce B Downs Blvd., zoned PO (72-0319) Petition VAR 12-o444-TNC, Arsenio Ramos & Doris Rodriguez requesting a Variance to setbacks for property located at 8521 Briar Grove Cir., zoned PO (71-0267) Petition VAR Jewish Assoc iation of North Tampa Inc requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 3919 Moran Rd. zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 12-()472-APB, Donald & Ruth A. E leton requesting a Variance to distance required for drive-thru speaker box for property located at 5001 US Hwy. 41, N., zoned CG. Petition VAR 12-()476-VR, Mario & Elizabeth Rodriguez requesting a Variance to allow th ird lot on sept i c to proposed subdivision for property located at W/S of Miller Rd., 200' N/0 Miller Woods Ct. zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 12-Q477-RV, Denny Rouse Passline Partners requesting a Var i ance to wetland setback for property located at SE cnr of US Hwy 301 & Bloomingdale Ave., zoned PO (11-0779). Petition VAR 12-()478-NWH, Hillsborough County is requesting a Var i ance to the max imum building height for property l ocated at 8001 W. Linebau_gh Ave., zoned AR. Petition VAR 12-0480-RV, Norman Prop., LLC requesting a Variance to Riverview Downtown Overlay District for property located at NE cnr of US Hwy 301 & Riverview Dr., zoned ROD. BLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1 Words And 60 For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad INVITATION TO BID (ITB) DOCUMENT NUMBER B-01G-12 SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (SBE) SET-ASIDE LANDSCAPE SERVICES The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is solic i ting proposals from Small Business Enterprise (SBE) f irms/i ndividuals qual i fied in furnishing all labor, materia l s and equipment/services necessary or inc i dental to mainta i n ing the exte r ior landscap ing at TPA facilities This project is an SBE Set-Aside Contract. To participate In this ITB, all prospective bidders must be registered as an SBE firm with TPA prior to the submittal deadline All firms interested in partic i pating in this ITB shall obta i n a copy of the ITB Instructions and Subm ittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101 Channe l side Drive 4th Floor Tampa FL 33602 Submittals are due by Fri day June 29, 2012 at 1 : 00 p.m. Responses will be opened at 1 :00 p .m. on the same date A MANDATORY PREBID CONFERENCE AND TOUR will be held on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at 9 : 00 a m Prospective bidders are required to attend. Proposers not part i cipat i ng in the mandatory pre bid conference will be precluded from subm i tting a proposal for this project. Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non responsive to the ITB The ITB is available through a link on the TPA web site (www.tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www.demandstar.com) Questions concerning this ITB should be directed to Donna Casey TPA Procurement Department at {813) 905-5044; e-mail at dcasey@tampaport com ; or faxed to (813) 905-5050. II EMPLOYMENT Daycare Director Wanted Must Have Requ ired Credentials Call (813) 507-6000 For Details Administrative Assistant Brand New office Needs Hel p ASAP Posit ion Is No Experience Necessary Call Today Start Tomorrow (813) 374-8800 Licensed Barber Needed For Busy Growing Barbershop A t Least 3 Years Exper i ence Working In A Barbershop C lie ntele Not A Must (813) 919-4023 AVON Representatives Needed Earn$$$ Sell From Work Or Home $10 .00 To Get Started General Information youravon.com/yburgess {813) 401-8900 The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Estate Telemarketing Sales Must Have Great Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base High Pay-Outs Immed i ate Advancement Paid Training $24k $50k Start Immediate l y Call Basia McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 II HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ALCOHOL BREATH TEST UNIT SUPERVISOR $38 646 ANIMAL CARE ASSISTANT $19 905 HEAD START I EARLY HEAD START TEACHER ASSISTANT $24,752 HUMAN RESOURCE CLERK $27,414 MULTI-TRADES WORKER II $30 576 MULTI-TRADES WORKER Ill $34,361 PROGRAMMER/ANALYST (CROSS-FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMS) REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING MECHANIC Ill $46 238 $34 ,361 SAFETY/LOSS CONTROL COORDINATOR $31,512 SECRETARY $22 ,131 SENIOR ANIMAL CARE SPECIALIST $24 876 SOFTWARE SPECIALIST II (NETWORK ADMINISTRATION) $53,435 See our web site at http : //www.hccsb.org or v i sit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor Tampa FL. Preference in initial apt. will be g i ven to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH US! An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer AA/EEO Employer CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT

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