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,, .-. Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area .. c Q -a: Q ...I u. SEE PAGE 2 A VOL. 67 NO. 84 FRIDAY JUNE 8 2012 48 PAGES 75 Ex-Cop Sentenced For His Role In Tax Fraud SEE PAGE 23-A Investigator Said Doglttacl was Avoidable' SEE PAGE 3-A Gun Scare At Bus Stop Lands 41n Jail SEE PAGE 23-A CITY COUNCil PRESENTS COMMENDATIONS On Thursday morning, members of City Council made presentations to several individuals. The commendations were presented in honor of their dedication to their respective positions. Councilman Frank Reddick presented Ms. Joyce Stevens with a commendation on her retirement after 42 years of employment with the City of Tampa. Ms. Stevens is retiring from the Housing and Community Redevelopment Office. Councilman Reddick also presented a commendation to Dr. William Robertson for his lifetime of contributions to education and government. Dr. Robertson is retiring from Sligh Middle Magnet School. Scott Dudley, Director of the Legislative Affairs for the Florida League of Cities presented commendations to State Representative Dana Young and State Senator Arthenia Joyner. Their commendations were for their legislative commitment, dedication, and service. Shown in the photograph from left to right are: Councilman Frank Reddick, Ms. Joyce Stevens, Dr. William Robertson, Rep. Dana Young, Scott Dudley, and Senator Arthenia Joyner. (Photography by BRUNSON).

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9-Year-Oid's Dad Calls Him A Hero After 9-1-1 Call DESMOND PRINGLEY, SR. Tampa Police have arrested one of two suspects responsible for a home invasion Tuesday night. According to the report, two suspects knocked on the front door of Desmond Pringley's house in the 10,000 block of Highland Avenue at 8 p. m., inquiring about his ice cream truck that was parked in the front yard. Police said the suspects eventually forced their way 0 into the house and started ffi beating Pringley. They reportedly produced handguns and tied Pringley up. i:t Pringley's 9-year-old son, w Desmond, Jr., reportedly [ij hid behind a couch and called 0 9-1-1, giving police a description of the suspects. en :::i m D. 9-Year-Old Desmond Pringley, Jr. called 9-1-1 when two men invaded his home and beat up his father. As police arrived they arrested Luis Morales, 18, in the front-yard of the resi dence. The second suspect, described as a Hispanic male fled the scene. Pringley sustained several bruises as a result ofthe beat ing. The investigation is continu ing as police search for the second suspect. Desmond, Sr. said the suspects were well dressed, both wearing a shirt and tie. "When they forced their way inside, I snatched the tie off oneofthem. "I think they targeted my house because they saw the ice cream truck in the front yard." Desmond, Sr. said he's LUIS MORALES arrested after home invasion relieved they came when he was home instead of his wife. "My wife told me they had knocked on the door the day before this happened, but she didn't answer. She described them to me over the phone and I knew they weren't from this area." As far has his son is con cerned, Desmond, Sr. said he's a real hero. "I'm very proud of him. He handled himself under some real pressure, and in spite of me being attacked, he did the right thing. "I want other kids out there to know that if they are ever faced wit h the same situa tion, to call 9-1-1 instead of getting involved. That's the right thing to do." z i= w ...J ...J m FREE Professional Service News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $1 0,000 Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical care Provided Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Accidents Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And More ... For Loss Wages And Medical Care "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fauH" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Cl Available 24 Hours A Day I 1 Days A Week if Michelle 8. Inc. Retired Educator Dies After Briel Illness BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday afternoon, a popular retired educator died at her Progress Village home. Her demise followed a brief illness, her family said. According to her family, Ms. Julia Montgomery met Willie Bobby Timmons while they were both students at Morris College in Sumter, South Carolina. The two married and settled in Tampa, where Mrs. Timmons became a member of the Hillsborough County Public School District. According to the Hillsborough County School District, Mrs. Timmons began her career on August 16, 1965, at Bethune Elementary School. Her next assignment was at Progress Village Elementary School. Mrs. Timmons was assigned to Riverview Elementary School in 1970, and she remained for the remainder of her career. She retired in June 1995, after more than 30 years as a Classroom Teacher. Mrs. Timmons continued to remain active. She obtained her Master's Degree from the University of Tampa MRS. JUUA TIMMONS 5/17/37 to 6/4/12 in 1978. After her retirement, Mrs. Timmons renewed her teaching certification in 1997 From that point, she worked as a tutor and substitute teacher at various schools. She also remained active in the Progress Village commu nity, whe re she lived for more than 30 years. She was the Assistant Treasurer on the Board of Directors of the Progress Village Panthers Football and Cheerleaders Youth Program. She also enjoyed bowling, and playing cards. Mrs. Timmons was a member of First Baptist Church of Progress Village, where she was a dedicated member of the Williams Jubilee Gospel Choir. MEMBEk: seo' NON MEMBERS: S70 TABLES (8): s6oo AmRE: WHITE NO TICKETS SOLD DOCKSIDE .. .. .. ... .... \ \:5 ,, 'f'JOUWOit..-''nCOM a 11m e4a0 .,

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i lnvesuuator Said Doglttacll on Child was avoidallle' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For a few terrifying mo ments, a four-year-old was caught in the jaws of a pit bull dog. After the attack, the dog, who had also bitten another person six months ago, was euthanized. Little Destiny McKenzie, 4, was outside her apart ment playing on Monday afternoon when she was at tacked by a pit bull mix. The dog bit the child in the face and on the hand. According to the Hillsbor ough County Sheriffs Office, emergency personnel were dispatched to 8010 Tommy Court in Palm River, in refer ence to a dog bite shortly be fore 5 p.m., Monday. Uponarrival deputies dis covered that a pit bull mix named Bear had bitten Destiny McKenzie. The dog's owne,r, Ms. Tanya Okeke, told investigators that she had tied the dog up to the handrail near her apartment and was preparing to give him a bath. The child was outside playing near the dog with other small children when she apparently fell within the dog s reach. For unknown reasons, the dog broke free of the owner's contr<;>l and bit the child on the face. The dog would not release his grip on the child until Ms. Okeke struck him in the head with her fist Destiny was admitted to Tampa General Hospital, where she is listed in serious condition. She was released from the hospital on Tuesday. The Hillsborough County Animal Control took posses sion of the dog euthanized him on Tuesday. Their inves tigation is ongoing. Investigator Pam Perry, of the Hillsborough County Animal Services said that her office will seek pros ecution against Ms. Okeke. "Irregardless of the circumstanceS that occurred, the dog had a prior history. Investigator Perry said she will seek prosecution be cause there were prior in stances with the dog. In December Bear attacked an other dog and when the owner attempted to free the dog Bear bit her on the leg. Investigator Perry said at that time Ms. Okeke s igned paperwork acknowl edging that Bear had dan gerous propensities that served as a warning. "The paper she signed put her on notice that if further incident occurs, she could be charged," Little Destiny McKenzie is recovering at home from a dog attack that took place outside her home on Monday. she said. Investigator Perry feels that Ms. Okeke should be charged with culpable negli gence and with a second-de gree misdemeanor because the owner knew of the dog's past behavior. Investigator Perry also said that her office is attempt ing to sort out statements given to them. In addition to the previous account of the attack, she stated that they had heard another account. "There were a lot of excited utterances," she said Mother Heard Different Account Ms. Akeshia WiDiams, Destiny's mother, said her two older daughters were out side when the attack happened. "They told me that the dog ran upstairs to where Destiny was and dragged her down the stairs and he would n t let go until the lady hit him in the head and he dropped her on the ground. "I was told the dog was freaking out because he didn't want to take a bath." Ms. Wil1iams said her daughter was bitten in the face and on the hand She further said that her daughter will be monitored for the next year for scarring, .and to make sure the wounds are healing properly. Ms. Williams said she doesn't really know the owner of the dog, but that kids in the neighhorhood would buy frozen cups from her. she is the frozen cup lady. I'm just really glad that it wasn't any worse," Ms. Williams stated. Ms. Williams further stated that her daughter was not afraid of dogs prior to the attack. State Attorney To Review Case Mark Cox, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said that when his office receives the case, they will review it and make a determination on rather they will seek prosecution. Rre Victim Remains In Critical c.. c: The condition of a woman who 'ras severely burned last Friday has not been upgraded. She remains in critical condition. Last Friday, Tampa Fire Units responded to 2920 E. Cord Street, in reference to a house fire. Upon arrival, they discovered that Ms. Guislante Joseph, 38, was in jured in the fire. z She was admitted to the m Bum Unit of Tampa General Hospital in critical condi-N tion, with second and third g degree burns over 90 per-N cent of her body. ., r-0 ::u g en m z m r-rr-gJ z ., c: m r-cn :I: m c m < m c: m en c ,., z c ., :!! c

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N ..... f1i FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN The Republicans said w 2207 21st Avenue. <813> 243-1921 from day one that their goal Z Published Every Tuesday and Friday By was to see President FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co., -, Member at National N-spaper Publ i shers Association (NNPA) Obama fail and to make >-and vor1<. him a one term president. POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : In order to achieve their -Flofta Sentinel Bulletin, 1 R bl' will' a: P o Box 3383 Tempe, FL 33801 goa epu 1cans are mg iL PeriodiclPJ Paid At Tampa FL De Bush Tax Cuts For De Jobs Bill to throw all Americans c Blythe Ancll-under the bus except the whattheworldneeds lions of jobs that building, wealthiest 1% of Americans 1830-2010 <1877) now is love, sweet rebuilding and improving who don't need jobs or 8. KAY ANDREWS, PUBusttER c. BLYTHE ANDREWS 111, PRESIDENT love. What the the nation's infrastructure money. That group of people CFO United States needs now is will create. has fared very well in this jobs, jobs and more jobs. To I understand that the oil economy. But, the middle BETTY DAWKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR make matters worse, we pipeline out of Canada will class and poor people have TOYNI!TTA COBB, PRODUCT10N MANAGER eed d 11 f th b 1 al 1 f b 'f. LAVORA EDWARDS, cLASSIFIED MANAGER n e a o ese JO s ast so create a ot o JO s 1 1t 1s suffered. Monlh8 Both Editiore: $87. 0()-Per y_. Bolh Edlions. Oplnlona __ ..,_... donoi-'Y ___ _..._,The f'lorl* .................. "' ... Publlher. !Drop scams: Tampa's Prllatl war I Once again, it raises its ugly head, like a detestable worm pulled from under a rock. It is a crime, and its characteristics include individuals with little if any previous employment who suddenly strike-it-rich, flashing fancy cars, designer clothes, upscale homes money literally to burn. Residents watch in confusion as people they thought they knew turn new, remote and monstrous. Like all diseases, this sickness has a name. Similar to HIV-AIDS, the name of this disease is quite easy to remember. "DROP" is what peoC a: pie call it. It is tearing our community to pieces. iL In many ways, it's worse than crack. Indeed, the high that C Drop produces when effectively pursued is hard to beat in :i anybody's terms. Just ask a so-called "Drop-Party" "Hostess" who, like Cinderella, magically becomes the possessor c of a flashy new car, has more than $25,000 in cold cash; en owns more than 40 pre-loaded debit cards, more than w $4,000 in currency in a Betsy Johnson designer handbag, a t-pair of expensive Gucci sunglasses, two laptop computers 't and possesses possibly a dozen handwritten ledgers. And all she has had to do was make pretend she was somebody else. W Supposedly, nobody gets hurt ... except for unwitting C postal workers who are increasingly mugged by sO-called w :::z::: "Drop-Sharks" who time postal pickups; except for an in-en creasingly beleaguered IRS whose continued reluctance to ::::i ID work with law enforcement allows its victimization, and ex-cept for countless innocent, hardworking men and women Q. Z who have done nothing other than to have been given a per-wt-sonal name and social security number. ...J Yes, our community is at war. And the proceeds of that ...J war may somehow find their way to the treasuries of Ali Qaida. Or did Black Cinderella think her silver slippers were ...J free-of-charge? w z !Z w en C a: 0 ...J iL I Domestic VIolence And Teenagers I As if they don't have enough to worry about, parents these days need to be concerned about their children who are dating and who may become, or who may already have become victims of domestic violence. Take, for instance, the parents of a 15-year-old daughter whose jaw was broken by her 17-year-old boyfriend. Remember rapper Chris Brown's of his celebrity girlfriend. Teenage domestic abuse is not only serious and common, it is increasing. Teen dating violence has become more prevalent among Black teens more so than among any other group. In fact, according to recent studies, Black high school girls are 8o percent more likely to be abused than are white girls. Black youths are affected by domestic abuse at a rate nearly twice that of other high school students. Consequently, and undoubtedly, domestic violence has become a nuuor alarm issue, which parents need to discuss with both their sons and daughters More than 1 out of 10 teen boys and 2 out of 10 teen girls have reported they were physically or mentally abused while dating. who suffer low self-esteem were often raised in homes where domestic violence occurred. Therefore, we urge all parents to talk with their children l immediately and continuously about demanding respect and nonviolent treatment from their girlfriends or w boyfriends. Violence is not sexy. It isn't cute. No one de-it serves year. built. What needs to be done Under the leadership of Earlier, the President of-now is to package the jobs the President, several bifered a jobs bill that focuses bill, the Bush tax cuts and partisan legislators ought to a lot on building and im-the oil pipeline into one big sit down to the table and proving the nation's infracompromised deal. work out a compromised structure. If keeping the Bush tax plan to mesh together the Such a bill will create milcuts and building the jobs bill, the Bush tax cuts lions of jobs in the construepipeline will produce a mas-and the pipeline into a bill tion industry as sive job creation bill, then it that would create jobs. manufacturing and other inwould be worth the effort. If Republicans aren't willdustries. Republicans in The first step in righting ing to work to draft such a Congress killed that jobs bill the American economy is to compromised piece of legisby voting against it. The time put people back to work. lation, then the Democrats is now to try to pass that jobs Both parties have played ought to draw up such a bill bill immediately and create games with creating jobs all and force Republicans to eisome much needed jobs. during President Barack ther vote for the legislation The Bush tax cuts are due Obama's term in office. or to vote against it. To come to expire at the end of the The time for playing games up with, and to pass such a year. But, more importantly is over. Too many citizens piece of legislation will be a than getting rid of the Bush are affected by unemploywin for both parties, workers tax cuts, is to create the milment. and America. President Oba10a Tells Essence Magazine That His Tenure Will Be a Long-Term Position' President Barack Obama covers the July issue of Essence Magazine, where he takes on critics who have blasted his administra tion for not ending the reces sion. While his opponent, Mitt Romney's campaign hinges on his ability to convince the American public that Pres. Obama has done little to alter the state of the econ omy, the POTUS revealed that the adjustments will not come overnight. "I've always approached my presidency as a long-term proposition," he told the magazine. "I didn't run for office just to clean up the mess I inhe rited. I didn't run for office just to return to the status quo. Understanding that some of the things I get done, we may not see the benefits from them for ten years. But that's how change happens." With five months until he knows the fate of his re-elec tion campaign, the president continues to drum up loads of financial support from various donors, many of whom are celebrities. Pres. Obama, Democrats Collect $6o Million In May Pres. Barack Obama and the Democratic Party rolling up $6oM in contribu tions last month, a jump from the previous month. Es JOOHot Summer Looks For You TAKE OUR CHALLENGE BeFiirty, Fun& Fe a PRESIDENI' BARACK OBAMA The 2012 presidential race was expected to be the most costly in U. S. history, with both Pres. Obama's re election organization and challenger Mitt Romney's Republican operation aiming to each haul down as much as $1B to spend on their bids for the nation's highest office. Pres. Obama's May fundraising total exceeded the $43.6M he and the party pulled in for April, and it was slightly above the $40M taken in by Romney and the Republican Party that month. The presumptive Republi can nominee has not yet re ported his totals for May.

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Features Volunteers To Paint Park Is Part 01 National Initiative c.. c z BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, June 91h, volunteers will paint an East Tampa Park. The project cul minates the end of "Neigh borWorks 2012 Week, a national neighborhood revi talization initiative. Volunteers will work to gether to beautify AI Barnes Park formerly 18th Avenue Park, comer 18th Avenue and 32nd Street. Ernest Coney, Jr., Pres ident and CEO of the CDC of Tampa, Inc., said, "Commu nity improvement activities are a vital piece of neighbor-New Director To Hold Casnnu Call BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staft'Writer spent 8 years in prison contemplating what he'd do after his release. He knew he wasn't going back into the life that put him in prison, and he spent his 8 years con structively. "During my time in prison, I wrote 18 movies and 6 books," said Monkile. I knew once I was out, the first thing I'd do is find the right people who could help me start a career as a director." Thanks to Dorian Welch and Felton Moore, Monkile will be hosting a casting call this weekend for his first movie, "Cream." The casting call will be held this Saturday from 1 p. m. until 5 p. m. at Poncho's, 6518 North 40th Street, across from Riverside Seafood. "111 be directing the movie and I'm anxious about this project and ready to get started." Monkile said after this project, he will be moving ahead with two more features that will be released in 2013. "Cream" will be re leased at the begin ning of 2 0 1 3 "Cream" is about two b roth e r s MONKILE hustling and trying to find their way. They meet a female trying to do the same thing. "When I wrote my movies, they were either based on per sonal experiences or the experiences of some acquaintances," said Monkile. Monkile said he thinks it's important for people to see the realities of life, and the need for them to select their own path. "I just want to move for ward. I came out of prison a stronger and wiser man, and I found my purpose. I humbled myself and began writing and laying the foundation for what I wanted to do with my life. "All I want to do is direct and write. I have a lot inside me, and I want to get it out, so this journey is just beginning." hood revitalization. The ap pearance of a neighborhood helps to attract new home owners and allows existing residents to see that progress is taking place in their neigh borhood. "Our volunteers realize sale Africa's Best Relaxer System ..-.:re. .... ............. .., sale 799 sale this importance and will do nate a total of 180 to painting a number of surrounding logs at AI Barnes Park. This proj ect will also demonstrate unity among the youth, which is critical during a time when youth have been victims of youth gun and gang violence." m He further stated that the volunteers will paint the logs surrounding the perimeter of the park. In the event of in clement weather, Coney said the event will be re-sched uled. Sale Thursday, June 7 thru Saturday, Jllle 9 549 sale Relulr System lillllfl'* .... ..., ..... ...................... COLOR WITH lMPACf $2off sale Milani Bronzer 21$8 cw.4.89ea. sale Hlr c.. 3.38 cr 5.07 <2. "'" r-0 ::u 6 ,.. U) m z ::j z m r-aJ c r r-!!l z ., c m r-u; :::z:: m c m < m .... c m U) c ,.. z c "'" :!! c Luster's S Cllt Textlmr Gel. 1G.Saz. Argan Oi Treatment 3 oz. Broozer XL $pn.8<2. Baked 8ronza' Toast ......... llllltiiiMIItiii-IIIIIIIIMIItiW.,._. .. ....... llt ... ltJIIorlll:ll ........... lllt ..... llllilltl-tlldtlll-rlt "0 ....................................................................... .... ,....... ..... ,... ........... .,.,... )io ... .., ... ..., ..... .._ ....................................... .-..................................... C) .... ................ ,.. .................. c.. ... --. m Y' ,.

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; Well-Known Cosmetologist, Buccaneer Plavers Educator Passes Visit local if BYSHERNA Technical High Adult Elementary School BLAIR-RICH Evening Schools and the Very few people in life get the chance to do what they want to do. For those of us who do, we know that we are truly blessed. One of Tampa's finest cosmetologists and hair stylists, Mrs. Lenda Burton Thompson did that. As far back as her early teenage years, she turned heads with her glamorous clothing and her stunning hair. Even then, she realized her love for hair. It did not stop there. She wanted to know everything there was to know about hair. Not long after gradu ating from George S. Mid dleton High School in 1971, Mrs. Thompson attended the National Beauty School u.. in Tampa. There, she reQ ceived her Cosmetology and Teaching Certification. >-She also became a Certifled Instructor in Cosmetolen ogy and Barbering while she also earned her Nail Technit-cian's License. Professionally, Mrs. Thompson's career as a w Cosmetologist began in 5l 1974 en ::J ID ::::) a.. z t= w ..J ..J ::::) ID ..J w z w en C a: 0 ..J u.. THOMAS E. PARNELL. s
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Local local Pastors Gather To Discuss lifesaving Initiative On June 12, 2012 LifeLink of Florida will host Bay area pastors for lunch to exp lore different ways to de liver its lifesaving message to local congregations. LifeLink is the organ and tissue recovery organiza tion that serves 15 counties on Florida's west coast. "We want to give hope and life to thousands of people awaiting a lifesaving organ transplant, and recognize that faith leaders are key in reach ing the community," said Ruth Duncan Bell, Senior Vice President of Public Affairs with LifeLink. LifeLink partnered with On-Que! Magazine, a local church and community publi cation, for this event after learning that the magazine s editor-in-chief has a personal connection to donation. Organ donors saved the lives of several members of my family and I feel it is important that more people are aware of this end of life option," said Marie Tarver White. Today, more than 114,000 people are in need of a life -sav ing transplant. Minorities com prise 55 percent of the national transplant waiting list because many of the conditions leading to the need for a transplant, such as diabetes and hyperten sion occur with greater fre quency among minority populations. This free luncheon will be held Tuesday June 12, 2012 from noon to 1:30 p m. at the Seminole Heights Garden Cen ter located at 5810 Central Ave. Tampa, FL 33604. In addition to learning how Bay area churches can help spread this message, attendees will also hear testimonials from an organ recipient and a mother who allowed her son to help save the lives of others. Please call Brandi Wilkerson at (813) 253-2640 for more information regarding this luncheon Holy Ghost From Heaven Deliverance Church 3406 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33605 (On the corner of 29th a: 27th Ave. ) June 18, 19, 20, 2012 7:30P.M Nightly Revivalist Pastor George A. Yeadon Cbwdt wan St Mon<:b cMner, sc 29-+61 ___ ..;;.! COWGE HILL CONFERENCE CEIIIER 1002 L 01. MAITIIIWIHEIIIIG, Jt IOUlfYAID DR. IEINEIH ATWA1ER, PH.D., {o-nily Collet ADD11101AliiFOWnote PLWI W1113-239-9525 01 Church Tackles Questions That Often Go Unanswered BY TAMECA JOHNSON Sentinel Freelance Writer First Baptist Church of College Hill is looking to pro vide answers to what it calls the "Four Unanswerable Questions." The church is hosting a symposium the next four Sat urdays during the month of June to bring clarity to sev eral questions some find hard to answer, such as: How do you know there really is a God? Is there real proof there is life after death? And, what makes Christianity bet ter than other religions? REV. DR. EVAN BURROWS ... Senior Pastor REV. GORDON SIMMONS ... Director of Christian Education that our faith is not emo tional, but rather a solid foundation for what we believe." "TT :::D B .._ c: z m $Q N 0 .... N Rev. Gordon Simmons is the Director of Christian Education at First Baptist Church of College Hill. He came up with the symposium idea. "I interact with a lot of the un-churched and unsaved and I constantly contemplate ways to reach them. A lot of the questions we re address ing are questions that com monly come up from people who are not saved. In fact, they are questions that at some point many have asked, but for the most part have never gotten a good an swer." The church's Senior Pas tor, Rev. Dr. Evan Burrows says the goal of the training is to not only reach the community, but to also train the congregation. The symposium begins Saturday, June 9 from 6 P. "TT M. to 7:30 P. M. and takes 6 place every Saturday this :::u month at that time through B June 30th. It is free and open : to the public. Refreshments m I hope our members who attend gain a greater knowl edge about their faith and how to share that faith with other people. I want them to gain a better understanding will be served. First Baptist Church is z cated at 3838 N 29th p! in Tampa. For more m mation, call (813) C: or visit F= The New Mount Zion M.B. Church Of Tampa, FL, Inc. uving 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 churehhappenlngsOaol.com The New Mount Zion M. B. Church of Tampa, FL seeks a fullt i me 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; prov i de spiritual lea dersh ip, development and training; and act as the chief administrator of staff. z ., c: m ,.. c;; :1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c Minimal Qualifications : -n :::D 1 Born-again bapt ized believer in Jesus Christ C 2. Licensed 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 CMdldates should submit: 1 Resume and letter of interest 2. Recordings of two recent sermons preached on diffentnt occasions (praferably 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 pensonal and a church steward) Forward all materiel8 to: Pastoral-Search Committee The New Mount Zion M B. Church of Tampa. FL, Inc. 2511 E Columbus Drive Tampa. FL 33605-2849 Deadline to submit all matwials is Jwre 29, 2.012. The CotntnittH will aclcnowledge receipt of all teSumes and letters of interest. Information will be treated as contidentisl. CanclidMes must consent to Criminal Histoty Bsckground check., Substance Abuse History check, and Credit/Financial History Review. J C) m ...... I )>

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Men 01 Vision Hosts 6th Annual Academic Award Ceremonv >-Several years ago, a Tampa man had a first-hand look at the pitfalls a: awaiting young African American u. men. As a classroom teacher, he often counseled young men in hopes of making a difference in their lives. cation process. Instead of viewing the situation as hopeless, Anderson saw it as an opportunity to make a differ ence. effect. The organization's motto is, "Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with Action Can Change The World." Anderson said all of the charter members of Men of Vision will grad uate this year. During the awards program, the young men were presented awards in the categories of Community Service Leadership, Fellowship, Turnaround, Student Athlete, Academic Achievement, and Outstanding Men of Vision Award. As a middle school teacher, Ross Anderson saw countless young men being arrested, being suspended and becoming disillusioned with the edu-In November 2006, Anderson founded the Men of Vision organization at Sligh Middle School. He based the mentorship organization on the concept that vision combined with action produces the desired Last month, Anderson held the 6th Annual Academic Achievement Ceremony. The event took place at Muvico Theater, in Ybor City. c a: u. c Members of Men of Vision who atttended the Men of Vision > 6th Annual Academic Awards Ceremony on the first row were Cameron Braswell, Devin Peel, Isaiah Stephens, Xavier en McDonald, all students at Kenly Elementary School. Shown on W the second row were Malcolm Banks, Wharton' High School; Jaines Eliassaint, Tampa Bay Technical High School; and > Terrance Dorsey-Johnson, Tampa Bay Technical High School. a: Shown on the Third row were Fernando Contreras, Steinbrenner High School; Jyjaun Jackson, Chamberlain High w School; Dontavious Simms and Renaldo James, of Tampa Bay C Technical High School; and Traivon Allen, Jefferson High W School. Standing on the fourth row were Lamar Woods, Jefferson High School; Jude Barthelemy, Tampa Bay Technical High School; Savon Williams, Steinbrenner High School; and ID Gidarius Hamilton, Lennard High School. On the fifth row ::l were Brandon Romine, Lennard High School; and Jonathan a.. Rada, Steinbrenner High School. z w ...J ...J ::l m Tampa Bay Technical High School graduating senior, James c( Eliassaint, center, was the recipient of the Dr. William B. cb Robertson Visionary Award. He is shown with Fred Porter, w Men of Vision Alumni Member and student at Florida CJ International University, left, and Dr. William B. Robertson, Sligh Middle School. Nathanael Bautista, A. J. Anderson, Asaad Muhammad, Zaytwann Shaw, Henry Tillman, and Gabriel Gaskin were on the first row. Victor Prowley-Andrews, Paul Bowles, DeVonte Valentin, and Aaron Webb, (all students at Van Buren Middle School); and Javonta Hall, Jefferson High School were on the second row. Members shown on the third row were Chris Webb, Steinbrenner High School; Kelton Hallback, Lennard High School, NaWayne Dixon, Steinbrenner High School; and Andres Bautista, Steinbrenner High School; DeVante Henry, Steinbrenner High School; Glendale Brown, Steinbrenner High School; Marquavis Hamilton, Steinbrenner High School; Aaron Pursley, Lennard High School; and Wildens Cajuste, Jefferson High School. Shown on the fifth row were Andr'a Benjamin, Tampa Bay Technical High School; Rabjae Clark, Steinbrenner High School; Alex Centeio, Steinbrenner High School; Donte Allen, Steinbrenner High School; Preston Viera, Steinbrenner High School; and Malachi Jenkins, Tampa Bay Technical High School; DeVonte Maxfield, King High School; Phillips Smith, Steinbrenner High School; and Eddie McCall, Steinbrenner High School. Shown on the last row were Michael Nedd, Steinbrenner High School; Rantavious Bartley, Chamberlain High School; Casan Beard, Steinbrenner High School; and Elvin Bowen, Steinbrenner High School. 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 'Vacation (}3i6{e Sclioo{ We sincerely extend this invitation to all our Tampa Bay community brethren and neighbors in joining us for our 2012 vss It is our mission to teach and inspire youths of all ages using sound Bible-based lessons. Lessons for adults will be provided as well. This VBS is about how to stay strong, powerful and traveling down the right track as we make our way along life's journey. God's word teaches us how to handle obstacles which can derail us or cause us to veer onto the wrong track in life. So let's all climb aboard The Kingdom Express! ;< tJJe ye stelll{fast, unm()flaofe, always a6oundi11fJ in tne wot( of tne Cortl 1 Corinthians 15:58 Date/nme: June 18th -22nd Nightly 7:00 p.m. tlace: 29th Street Church of Christ 3310 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL ContaCt/Transportation: (813) 242-4572

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::D State c Gov. Scon Challenges The Department 01 Justice Florida Governor Rick Detzner's letter is in reFlorida began looking for m Scott has thrown down the sponse to one Herren sent non-U.S. citizens on its voter gantlet to the Department Of him last week demanding an rolls last year by comparing Justice, and says he will not end to the state's search for driver's license information to acknowledge or respect the non-citizen voters. The legal voter registration lists. An inilaw against voter purging beadviser to Florida's 67 county tial search turned up as many yond the federal mandated supervisors of elections then as 182,000 registered voters guidelines. recommended they stop the who may not be U.S. citizens. Scott has .wage d a effort until state and federal Earlier this year the state sonal battle agamst the admmofficials resolve their dispute. sent out an initial list of more istration of President AU. S. Department of Jus-than 2,600 names of sus-Barack Obama, and wants tice official on Wednesday acpected non-citizen voters to to try and waste the Departknowledged the Department local election supervisors and m_ent time dealing had received the letter, but asked them to verify the infor-With htigation over an estab-GOV. RICK SCOIT ATIORNEY GENERAL 'd tl d t' d l' 'bl lished federal law. ERIC HOLDER sat It IS curren y un er rerna Ion an remove me Igt e view voters Under the law, the cutoff for voter purging was May, but rather than halt the state's ef-----------------------------------Scott has vowed to keep it forts to identify and purge going right up to the Novemnon-citizens from voter regisher elections. tration rolls. It has already been docuThe decision by the adminmented that the Republican istration of Republican Gov-created voter purging unfairly ernor Scott to fight back targets minorities, and it is against the administration of also documented that thou-President Barack Obama sands of people purged from and Attorney General Eric the voting rolls were later Holder sets the stage for a found to be perfectly legal to legal showdown just months vote. before the swing state of The administration of Florida could help determine Gov. Scott wants to challenge the presidential election. The the administration of Presi-dispute has taken a sharp par-dent Obama and with the tisan edge as Republican GOP's support and backing elected officials have blasted has vowed to not take a step the federal government, while back in their effort to make Democrats have criticized sure onl y U. S. citizens vote. Scott. It should also be noted that Secretary of State, Ken Florida's 67 Supervisor of Detzner, in his latest reElection officials have said sponse, accused the U. S. Dethey will acknowledge the fedpartment of Homeland erallaw and the decision of the Security of violating federal Department of Justice, one of law by refusing to give state them pointing out that they election officials access to an are elected officials and do not immigration database for the answer to Governor Scott. effort that was laun ched at the State Accuses Feds Of Violating Their Own Laws Florida s top elections offi cial threw allegations oflaw vi olations back at the federal government Wednesday urging of Scott. Detzner also denied alle gations by the Department of Justice that Florida's purge violates federal anti-discrimina tion and voter registration laws in a letter to the agency's voting section chief, T. Christian Herren. 3404 E Deleuil St., Tampa, FL 33610 (Comer of 34th St. a .nd Deleuil AveJ (813) 525-8855 A minimy .UJ,wiDI tM Wcllinl aDd &be Lit. tJ/ ,_.. CluU& "You are invited to woran1n ... Deliverance & Divine Worshi p 12:30 p.m. living Word of God (Mid-Week Service) 7:15 p.m. *Tune Into the Moment of Faith Broadcast On Radio Station wns 1110 AM Every Sunday at 2:00-2:30 p.m. Founder & SAliJIII)AY,AJNUnt. lpnl w God xists Why Doesn't He Reveal Hlrnsd? SAlUROAY,AJNnt ..... What's Ploof That TMit is Life AIIM Death? SAlURDAY,.llN 2W -What Mal
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Familv-owned Seafood Business Expands Serv-ces Mr. and Mrs. Tony (Marquita) Hampton. For more than 17 years, Tony Hampton has been operating a business named in honor of his grandchildren. Ja' Coby Catering, Seafood, Barbecue and More has grown to now include a food truck tha t travels all over town. Hampton said he's always wanted to be a business owner, and he has operated otJ:ter busi nesses "The seafood business has been consistent, but like everything else, the economy has played a role," said Hampton. "I have my wife and two sons working with me, and we feature original family recipes, thanks to our mothers, Viola Brooks and Zorida Gonzalez." Hampton said they started off with a catering business, but now they have what they call a mobile restaurant that serves deep fried lobster tails, gator tails, shrimp, homemade deviled crabs, and their famous family crab/enchilada (crab shala) just to name a few. "The truck is on the move, and we try to be around all the night spots and close to area church es, said Hampton. "We cater to family reunions, parties, and other large events, and we always bring the best to the people, including a new dish called "The Taste Of Ja'Coby's." It is served on a skew with gator tail, lobster, and shrimp. We re trying to bring exotic food to the 1ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF SEFFNER, FL THEME: 'A OEVOlJT MAN OF GOO. AcTS 10:2 JUNE 10TH 3 P.M. REv. TERANCE C REDDICK, SR. 8c CONGREGATION DOMINION lJFE JUNE 22ND 7 P.M. PASTOR LINDA 8c CONGREGATION PILGRIM REST CHURCH JUNE 24TH 3 P.M. REV. ROY L!BURD 8c CONGREGATION MT. OLIVE M.B .C. ----DEACON JESSIE HOBDY BoARD, DEACONS & PASTOR AID BoARD, CHAIRPERSON people instead of them having to drive to a restaurant The mobile restaurant can be found outside of the Broadway Bar on Fridays and Saturdays;. outside Club Manilla on Mondays, and outside Koko's Lounge on 40th Street on Wednesdays from 8 p.m. until 3 a. m. Hampton said the fam ily is preparing to re lease their homemade barbecue sauce for marketing, and it will have a special label you won't miss. To get a full lineup of what Ja'Coby ) s offers, call co (813) 628-8682, or (813) 846-4831. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. JV ew 1Jate ... Same Lifesaving :Message Choose life so tfiat you arul your desandents may live. -'Deuteronomy JO:I9 You are invited to join us for LifeLink ofFloritla 's rfastOrS Luncheon 'TI r-0 2J g (/) m z ::::! z m r-ID c: rr-m ::::! z "a c: ID r-u; % m c m < m 2J < -t c: m (/) c ,.. z c 'TI 2J 6

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You There Is No lore Lovelv, FriendlY And Charming ReladonshiP, Communion Or Comoanv Than A Good Marriage: -MARTIN lUTHER c a: c z ct AMOSAndLISAWALLACE > An anniversary is a time to celebrate the joys of today, the memories of yesterday and the hopes oftomorrow. ffi Happy9th. :: .... > a: AIM And DIVA LISA For you wake one day, look around and say, some body wonderful married me. Nine (9) years Baby! w-------------------------------------------------------------> w Producer Provides Venue For Aspiring Anists z ti For more than two ...J decades, Too Tone has S been performing and prom ducing music. His dream uj has been to see Tampa become the place to visit when you want to see the best artists performing. Securing an agreement with Supa D's Bar and Grill z w en ct c a: 0 ...J Open 7 Days A Week Human, Blended & Synthetic Hair On Sale Boy One Get ODe 112 Off Website : PillE: 11131 131-9110 Prevention & Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Real} Available *Patient Relaxation (formerly known as Club Tropix), Too Tone will be hosting an event called Showcase Sundays. Every Sunday, starting July 1st from 9 p m. until midnight, local artists can come and perform their music," said Too Tone. I want to give them an outlet, and it's all about crowd participation. It's important that patrons get directly involved with the performances of the artists and let them know how well they did. Too Tone said all kinds of music will be performed, including Gospel and each artist will have 7 minutes to perform two songs. I will b e hosting the entire show and there will be plenty of free food. I will also be performing and it's all to give Tampa something to do on Sunday. Let's hope a new star will be born during these shows. All artists perform free, and for more information, call (813) 458-0285. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) or emailed at lcrews@llsenntinel.com. In The Spotlight DESIREE Dry yourself off from these rainy days, and relax as we bring you this week's Spotlight fea ture Desiree. Desiree has a way of making you forget all of your troubles, and just relax and enjoy the pleasures of life. This young lady has a killer smile and personality, and she really enjoys hanging out with her friends and family. Desiree promises that she will be a force in the future, but for now, she'll just continue to work hard. The man in Desiree's life has to be able to hold his own in any situation, while at the same time remembering that his woman has strengths of her own. He also must be selfreliant, handsome, and in great shape. Congratulations to Desiree as this week's Spotlight feature. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and information to lcrews@flsentlnel.com. To all SERIOUS INDIVIDUALS ages 18 & up that would love a shot at acting, come out and cast for the new movie: a o o Location: 6518 N. 40th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (across from RiverSide Se. a Food) Casting Time: Saturday, June 9th & 16th> 1 p.m. -5 p.m. Ccmtact Info: (Dinldor) COWBOY btac:kCOII.-entOitve.com (813) 883-4817 ALL NON-ACTORS & ACTRESSES ARE MLCOIIE

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Snow White And The Huntsman Snow White (Twilight s Kristen Stewart) su i ting up for battle seemed u nr ealistic Charlize Theron s a ved the movie as the wicked witch Stewart's appeal to the young audience carried her to No 1 at the Box Office. Made $56M. (Budget $170M) A lit tle l ong 2 hrs **112 Men In Black 3 Agent J ( Will Smith) goes back to 196<) t o try and save his partner Agent K (Tommie Lee Jones) from Bor i s The Animal. Josh Brol in comes through as a yo ung e r Agent K. Ev e rybody lo ves Will The ending was grea t M a de $112M in U.S. ( O ve r s e as Mad e $185M) (Budget N/A). **** Battleship Can t figure why thi s a ct i on packed movie didn't do w ell a t the box office is b ey ond me. ( Oh The Avengers). Must-see! Made $ ssM. (Budget $209M). Dark Shadows""" Director T im Burton and Johnny Depp c ome together for their 8th mo vi e to remake the popular s upernatural soap opera. If y ou like Depp, he's at his best playing a vicious vampire. Made $70M. (Budget $150M). *** Marvel's The Avengers Samuel Jackson (Nick Fury), Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evan (Cap tain 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 underworld sol diers Action-packed! 2 hrs./30 mins. Made $552M in U .S. ($2.2B worldwide). (Budget $22oM). Safe (2012) A suicidal cage fighter tries to protect a young Chinese wiz from the Triads Russian gangster s and NY corrupt cops M i gh t be Jason Statham's bes t action film since "The Transporter. Very good storyline. Must-see! Made $16M. (Budget N/A). **** The Hunger Games Based on the best-selling kid s novel, the movie tells the dark tale of a young female selected to compete in a vicious TV tournament in wh i ch 24 teenagers fight to their death. Made $398M. (Budget $78M). SillS BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Bill fears that he' s been caught red-handed by Hope; Stephanie s plea to Liam to change his mind is interrupted by Brooke; Bill candidly reveals his true feelings to Hope; Hope makes a bold request of Steffy. Hope shocks Brooke and Ridge when she in forms them of two additional guests she's invited to the wedding; Bill encourages Steffy not to give N C) up on Liam; Liam is mortified about what Hope did without consulting him. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Sami can't believe that Roman suspects Will was involved in Stefano s N shooting; Lucas admits he confiscated a gun from Will; Chad tells Rafe that Gabi is being stalked; Carrie finds out who s the father of Nicole's baby. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sam runs into someone; Maxie wakes up to a surprise; Olivia gets help from Spinelli. Sam has a realization; Anna takes a new job YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Phyllis confronts Dr. Reid and demands answers, while Heather returns to Genoa City for a surprising new job. 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(lj Young oro's Maserati Jacllsan '' Preduce Former Hughlevs' Child Gets Repossessed :::::..: Star Charged With Murder >-"' g a: u. c a: u. c z c( c C/) w ::::) > a: w > w c w :z: C/) ::::i m ::::) D. z ...J ...J ::::) m c( I 'll:t Former Grand Hustle rapper, Young Dro, had his Maserati taken away for defaulting on the lease. Dro leased a $134,000, 2007 Maserati Quat troporte Sport GT in January 2008. Documents say Dro agreed to fork over a $7,500 down payment and then pay monthly payments of $1,606.62. Dro now owes the leasing company $61,220.37. The company has repo'd the Maserati. So ..... .,..,. ,.,.,.1 Do,..., ... HOl.DIIIG Clft lo ........ ..,... not ltoldltw Clft 1o nxl GO .. ,.,. only *' ... litem."""' ...... ., .And liMn ... ,. .. MWN, HfJifTNi, ..... MM'JMi, ,.,., ,....,. ,., -HEW'R ,.,... ., .. tilt pllai .So CGmt Clft, W. .,._,. Clft fiJIJ n6rCOIIW ,.,.c:Mied ......................... ........ ,...,...,..,.,. ... ___ ............... JANET JACKSON LOS ANGELES-Janet Jackson has signed on as an executive producer of a doc umentary on the lives of transgender people living around the world. New York-based Brain child Films announced Mon day that Jackson was working on "Tru th and would do some of the on camera interviews. The doc umentary begins production this summer and will focus on the lives and struggles of transgender persons. Jackson writes in a state ment that she is working on the project to try to stop dis crimination of the transgen der community. The 46-year-old sister of Michael Jackson has starred in several films and won five Grammy Awards Gwvnelh Panrow TWHIS N-W nllnd Angers Fellewars Followers of Gwyneth Paltrow slammed the actress in the Twitters ph ere this weekend --after she was GWYNETH busted tweet-PALTROW ing the N word while cheer ing on her friends J ay-Z and Kanye West during their concert in Paris on Friday night. After she was invited to shake what her momma gave her onstage with the rap giants on their Watch the Throne tour, Paltrow retweeted a photo of herself with the caption: Gwyneth Paltrow -Ni**as i n paris for real @mrteriusnash (the d ream) tyty, beehigh http:/ jsay.lyjySc3rTP. Followers of "The Avengers" actress immedi ately took to Twitter to let 'er rip, letting the actress know how shocked they were at her choice of words. Two da ys after the Twitter major faux pas, Paltrow, who claims that s h e is very good friends with Beyonce, Jay-Z and West alerted fans to the fact that her use of the N-word was all jus t a misunderstanding and not meant to be derogatory at all. Then... DORJAN LYNDELL DANIElS Now The actor who played little Michael Hughley on the sitcom The Hughleys has been charged with murder. 'qle charge stems from an August 2011 incident, but neWs of the child star's inwas only made public after a recent report on the website. The child actor, whose real name is D01jan Lyndell Daniels, 23, and two other men were accused of stab bing John Joseph, 26, to death outside a nightclub in Stockton, California. According to San Joaquin County Jail records, Daniels is charged with one count of willful, deliberate premeditated murder and one count attempted mur der, premeditated. He is also charged with two counts of street terror ism. The former sitcom star is believed to be a member of the infamous Bloods gang. Daniels is being held without bail. His next sche duled court appearance was June 7; 2012. Jimmv Henchman Found GuiltV 01 Federal Drua Tramcklnu NEW YORK-A rap and hip-hop industry agent has been found guilty of federal drug trafficking charges in New York City. The jury verdict was reached Tuesday at the Brooklyn trial of James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond. The head of New York based Czar Entertainment charged last year with running a coast-to-coast drug ring that used music equipment cases to transport cocaine and drug money. The 47 year-old Rosemond had : claimed he was framed. website he was behind hits, in-JIMMY HENCHMAN eluding Salt-N-Pepa's "Shoop," and represented the Game and other artists. He also gained notoriety when a jailed felon tried to link him to a mid-1990s ambush ofTupac Shakur that left the legendary rapper wounded. He has denied any involvement. 50 Cent sns Talks Whb Oprah For llext ChaPter Series OPRAH WINFREY And 50 CENT Oprah Winfrey is done ries, which will be taped beefing with Hip Hop. The from his grandmother's talk show Queen has had a house. tumultuous relationship The "Get Busy rapper with the culture, which has took a swipe at the billioncooled since she and Jay-Z aire's critique of rap music became best friends. by naming his dog "Oprah," In an interesting show of so it will be interesting to solidarity, Winfrey see how they interact. snagged 50 Cent to appear so's Oprah's Next Chap-on the newest episode of her ter airs on OWN Sunday Oprah's Next Chapter se(June 10) at 9 p.m. EST.

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Tarantino's DJanuo Unchained Trailer Leaks To The 'Net The trailer fpr Quentin Tarantino's new film, Django Unchained has hit the 'Net ahead of schedule. Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx stars as a freed-slave turned-bounty hunter work ing with his owner -Dr. King Schultz -to capture Leonardo DiCaprio's character. Kerry Washington and JAMIE FOXX And KERRY WASHINGTON Sam Jackson, also star in the flick due out on Christ mas. Nick Minai And Funkmaster FlexAruue over summer Jam NICKI MINAS AND FUNKMASTER FLEX One day after she was slandered by Hot 97 host, Peter Rosenberg, Nield spoke out. The Young Money rapper was scheduled to headline the station's Summer Jam, but canceled after Rosenberg dissed her "Starships,. single. MiruU called 97 DJ, Funkmaster Flex, Monday (June 4) to get a few things off her chest. Although Flex apologized for Rosenberg's timing, he also blasted for sug gesting that the diss was a form of sexual discrimination. According to the rapper, she had no intentions of not performing, but was follow ing Wayne's order. "No one would've even known that I had a problem with any of this because, let me tell you something, I am not a quitter. I don't back down from anything, but Wayne gave mea vecyvalu able lesson last night on knowing my worth. Wayne got me in this game, Wayne is the one who co-signed me to the rap world. I can't believe after all these years, he's still teach ing me, after a man goes on stage and disrespects me, and trying to rile people up against me, and I still was going on that stage, and you know what? Shame on me DaCarllrs SpORed II Paris Beyonce and Jay-Z were spotted with Blue Ivy in Paris after Jay-Z per formed with Kanye West as part of their Jay.;.z and Watch the Blue Ivy Days before he stopped N':acki MbuV from performing at Hot 97's Summer Jam, Lil Wayne was in a decid edly better mood, as he greeted fans at the Macy's launch of his Trukfit line in Los Angeles. Weezy and skateboarder, Stevie Williams whose apparel line DGK, also launched at Macy's posed LILWAYNE for pictures with fans, and signed autographs. Throne tour. The dynamic duo of rap reportedly put in a three-hour set on Friday at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy arena, where Be y once partied from the front row with Kelly Rowland and Gwyneth Paltrow. B ack Malia Famitv IBMn lovie Is OmciaiiV In The Works After the concert, Jay and Bey celebrated with friends at L'Arc nightclub in Paris with Quincy Jones, actor Adrien Brody, Serena Williams and Whitney Houston's former mentor Clive Davis." The new parents sere naded each other that night at the club, singing along to Whitney Houston's hit. "I Will Always Love You"-apparently at the top of their lungs. "Jay and Beyonce don't usually do that kind of thing, the rest of the party couldn't believe it, reporters said. The story of the infamous Black Mafia Family (BMF) is definitely worthy of a movie. Program Pictures and Morgan Creek Productions will be producing a feature film about the notorious drug, crime and music empire run by Demetrius "Big Meech" F1enory and Terry "Southwest T" F1enory. Acclaimed video director Benny Boom is in talks to direct the currently untitled film. There have been a number documentaries about BMF, but this will be the first feature film that tackles DEMETRIUS 'BIG MEECH' FLENORY 'TI r-0 :D the story of the growth of the en drug empire that started in S! Detroit before expanding to ::t California, Georgia and z plenty of places in between. p! The crew was so embold-m ened by their success that they even put up a billboard rin Atlanta. z c:: m r-u; :a: m c m < m (! m en c ,.. z c 'TI :!!' c MON $5 MONDAY 2-4-l DRINKS TUES T-BACK TUES WED AMATURE NIGHT THURS SExY THURSDAY FRI FREAICY FIUDA Y SAT SROWN FOLKS NlTES SUN GAME ND"E-FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL, ETC. ....

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Sports co w z ::::) Blake's Head Footbal Coach Resigns c a: u. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staft'Writer Notification was made Friday, and as of Monday, Howard W. Blake's head football coach, Michael Burns, has officially resigned. BUJ'DS had resigned a post at New Haven High School in New Jersey before he was hired as the new coach of the Yellow Jackets. C oach Burns said he made the decision to resign before the season started due to family matters and some little things that were going on at the school. "'My wife works in Orlando, and was spending a lot of time on the road," said c Coach BUJ'DS. a: "It began to take a toll on U. all of us, so I decided it would be in the best interest c( of my family that I move c Coach Burns said he was ffi happy with the direction the ::l team was heading, and he and his staff were trying to a: get the kids to understand the game of football and be w more dedicated. fa "I had put my togethl: er, and we were ready to go. U) I hated to leave, but I'm sure :J m they will be in good hands MICHAEL BURNS "I'm not sure who will replace me, and I did make a couple of recommendations, but the final decision will be with Mrs. Haynes (Blake's principal), and Mr. Salters (Blake's Athletic Director)." Coach Burns said he had spoken with his former college teammate and head football coach at Middleton High School, Alonzo Ashwood and he thinks Middleton s program is in good hands. "Coach Ashwood was passionate about restoring the spirit of the rivalry between the two schools, and we both hoped that would take both schools back to the days of being very competitive." ::::) reShOP w -:I --1-11. ... ::l T.-.RIIIM m .-... Blake's Athletic Director, Jessie Salters, said there had been talks with Coach Burns about the direction the program was going "He submitted his resignation Monday afternoon. Right now, we' re considering using Coach Darryl Gordon as an interim coach. He was an assistant under former head coach, Harry Hubbard, and Coach Burns, so the learn ing curve won't be so critical with the players." Salters said they were well aware of the situation at New Haven and they know why be left that program. "As part of the interview ing process and background checks, I talked with the principal and athletic direc tor at New Haven, so I know exactly what was going on there. It had no impact on our decision to hire Coach Bums at Blake "I don' t think Coach Burns' departure will have a huge adverse affe ct. We had a plan for the summer in place already and now we'll start searching for a replacement. Maybe, Coach Got:don will want the job. Salters said with school shutting down for the sum mer, they will try to make sure the athletes stay well conditioned. "The fact that school is closing for the summer will have no effect on the search process. I've already started receiving applications for the post, and I've also started going back over past appli cants for the position. "We will do whatever we have to so the program will continue to go in the right direction." Salters said he knows Coach Burns and Coach Ashwood had big plans for the rivalry between the schools. "We don't want to take away the history of that rivalry. We know it will take a lot of work to restore it to its past glory. Our booster club is working hard to make the rivalry a great event." Thunder RollOver s rs To Reach NBI Final The Oklahoma City Thunder won their fourth straight game over a seven day stretch Wednesday to reach the NBA finals with a come-from-behind 107-99 victory over the San Antonio Spurs. Kevin Durant finished with 34 points and 14 rebounds and Russell Westbrook added 25 points as the Thunder rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit to stun the Spurs and capture the Western Conference title "This is the toughest game I have played since I have been here," Durant said. "I am glad we got this for Oklahoma City." For much of the contest it appeared the series was head ed to a game seven with San KEVIN DURANT Antonio looking poised and controlling the play. "We didn't want to go back to San Antonio. (At halftime) we told our team to leave everything out on the floor," Durant said. b -Banaals Plar Sentenced In Ohio sex CINC_INNATI -Former Bengals linebacker Nate Webster was sentenced Wednesday in Ohio to 12 years in prison for having sex with the underage teen daughter of a former assis tant coach for the Cincinnati team. Webster, -34, was sentenced Wednesday in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court in Cincinnati. A jury convicted him in April on four counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, and he could have been sen tenced to up to 20 years. Jurors in April found Webster not guilty of three other charges: gross sexual imposition, sexual battery and a fifth count of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. NATE WEBSI'ER Prosecutors said Webster had sex with the girl in 2009 when she was 15 and threatened to harm her if she told anyone. Webster admitted having sex with the teen the next year, when she was 16 -the legal age of con sent in Ohio. Jags' BlacUJon savs le's 'Done Drinking For Now' JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Sitting between his coach and general manager, Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon stared at the ground for much of the 18-minute news conference Wednesday. He looked every bit like a kid in trouble. Blackmon apologized for his "poor judgment, vowed to learn and grow from his latest alcohol-related arrest and insisted he doesn't have a drinking problem. Nonetheless, he swore off alcohol for now. "People are going to think what they are going to think," Blackmon said. This unct..ted photo provided by the Payne County Sheriff's Office shows Jacksonville Jaguars firstround draft pick receiver Justin Blackmon. "Words are words. It's my actions that are going to have to show.

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Buccaneers Sian 1st-Round Draft Pick Douulann DOUG MARTIN The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed first-round pick Doug Martin to a five-year con tract. The Boise State running back was the 31st selection in the draft and is expected to share the workload as a rookie with third-year pro LeGarrette Blount. Martin rushed for 3,431 yards and 43 touchdowns while averaging more than five yards per carry. He also had 67 receptions for 715 yards and four TDs. He ran for 1,290 yards and 16 TDs as a senior at Boise State, capping his career with a school-record 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Arizona State in the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas. Blount rushed for more than 1,000 yards as a rookie two years ago but has yet to develop into the type of every-down running back that first-year coach Greg Schiano seeks for his offense. WinkV wr-uht Retires From Boxing RONALD 'WINKY' WRIGHT After taking a three-year break, former WBC light middleweight champion Ronald "Winky" Wright wasn't able to find his groove against Peter Quillin, los ing via unanimous decision to the unbeaten up and comer As always, Wright landed his jab effectively against Quillin, but he wasn't able to set anything up with it. Quillin sent Wright to the canvas during the fifth round of their June 2 enco unter -a pretty impressive feat by itself, punishing the welltested veteran with some unorthodox combinations. With the loss, Wright has wisely decided to hang up his gloves while he still has his dignity intact. "I'm gonna call it a day. I'm gonna chill out and play golf and live life," Wright said. I figured I'm 40 and if I can't be champion again, I don't want to do it anymore. I'm not here just fighting to be fighting. Boxing is supposed to be fun and if it ain't fun anymore. I don 't need to do it so I am done for good. I had fun. I fought a good fight [against Quillin], I didn't' get hurt. I was in shape. My timing was off, but I take nothing away from Quillin. He fought a good fight. He was So I'm going to go ahead and get out of the game. With a professional record of 51-6-1, Wright has lot to be proud of, with wins against top notch opponents like Felix Trinidad and Shane Mosley. He'll proba bly end up in boxing's hall of-fame, with the other dedicated students of the sweet science. LtJdles Of The Seifood & SOulfood Restaurant -rJ.ac Moff Origiaal & s.t Q.liry Seafood lJJ 'Ibn'" Chicken N' Waftles Crabs Fish Dinners Shrimp Dinners Soul Food And Much More Email: Cell: 813..965.-t (l7ll) TIMOTHY BRADLEY vs. MANNY PACQUIAO LAS VEGAS He's a vegan in a sport where meat is king a thinking man's fighter in a game that embraces brawlers. Timothy Bradley never wavered in his chase for box ing glory, even when his bank account was down to $11 and there was no guarantee he would ever be on the big stage. He 's finally got his big fight against Manny Pacquiao, and Bradley isn t about to let the chance of a lifetime go by. Not after he 's gone through o much to get to where he 's at. "It' s been a long journey but I knew someday I'd get here, Bradley said. I just didn't know when or how." Bradley fights Pacquiao on Saturday in a bout that will earn him millions and could get him the respect he still craves. He 's a decided under dog, but some in boxing like his chances against a fighter who struggled his last time out and is suddenly regarded as vulnerable. Boxer Shane loslev Announces Retirement On Twiner Boxer "Sugar" Shane Mosley is retiring, ending a career in which he won titles in three different weight class es, beat OScar De La Hoya twice and never was knocked out. The 40-year-old announced on Twitter that he was hang ing up his gloves, saying he "loved every moment of it. Win, lose or draw." Mosley lost three of his last four fights, including a dreary bout against Manny Pacquiao in May 2011 in which he mostly seemed to be 'SUGAR" SHANE avoiding the MOSLEY Filipino star in the ring. Former liam Do. Phin Jason Tavlor Joins ESPN As NFL Analvst MIAMI-Retired Miami Dolphins legend Jason Taylor has joined a new football family. ESPN announced that Taylor will be joining the network's NFL Live and NFL32 programs, and contributing to SportsCenter and the network's Countdown show, that JASON TAYLOR advances games on Sunday. Tune-Ups Computer Diagnostics & Repairs AJC Foreign & Domestic Alignment Brakes CV Joints Transmission ServiceNew & Used Tires And More! BIG SUMMER TIRE SALE 205140117 -$66 21&'35118 $89 225140118 -$89 22&'30122 $119 22&'36120. $118 24513&120 -$118 26513&120 $118 24SI30I22 -$139 HS130122 $139 26&11&122 -$139 26&130124 $181 ., r 0 c .,.. en m z :j z m r m c r r z c m r-u; ::z:: m c m -4 c m (/) c > z c ., c

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Nr--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Funerals/Memoriams : Aikens w z ::l .., >= c a: LL MRS. LENA ROBERTA CONYERS Homegoing services for Mrs. Lena Roberta Conyers of Tampa, who passed away on Saturday, June 2, 2012, will be held on Saturday, June 9, 2012, at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church of Palm River, 5414 Palm River Road, with Rev. Cornelius Pate, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Lena was born on September 25, 1924, in Mulberry, FL. >-Lena moved to Tampa from Mulberry, FL, at a very young C age and attended Booker T. iC Washington, Jr. High School LL years later. C She met and married Willie Z Conyers, Sr. They moved their family to Progress Village where they were long time resi'""" dents until her death. She loved gardening and w shopping, and her specialty wa ::l giving to others, and her loving t-family. > She was preceded in death a: by: her parents Lott and W Roberta Boone; husband, Willie [i Conyers, Sr.; son, Leroy ConyC ers; i ter, Cornelia Williams; w brother Sam Rayfield, Jack :I: and James Boone; and grand(/) daughter, Phoebe Miller. ::J She leaves to cherish her al memories with: devoted daugh::l ters and caretakers, Barbara 0.. Donaldson, Claudine Blue z (Leroy) and Mary Miller (Ray-wt-mond) of Havana, FL; sons, Albert Mention (Grace) of ..J Jamaica, NY, Thomas Men.tion, ..J Jr., Willie Conyers, Jr. of Ha::l vana, FL, and Stanford Telfair CO of Jacksonville, FL; grand-..J daughters, Tanya Sulton W (Tony), Tammy Freeman (Adam) of Chicago, Rhonda ..-Johnson of Tampa, Twanda Z Green (Eric), Valerie MenHon of Queens, NY, and Lake hia and Latoya Miller, and Daphney Conyers, St. Peter burg, FL; C grandsons, Gary Lewis (Misa: ean), Robert Dondaldson, III 0 (Frances), Andre Mention ...J (Regina) of Jamaica, NY, and LL Reggie Telefair of Jacksonville; 5 nieces, Vanderlyn Jone Angelion William Jackie Davi and Shirley Little of orth Carolina, and Norma Green of Jamaica, NY; and a host of great grandchildren, great great grandchildren, cousin neighbors and friends. The viewing will be held at Aiken Funeral Home on Friday, June 8 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family and friends are ask.ed to meet at the Church on Saturday for the service at 1:45 p.m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. DELORES E. RANDOLPH Homegoing services for former Tampa resident, Mrs. Delores E. Randolph, who was called home on Friday, June 1, 2012, will be held on Saturday, June 9, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Revelation Community M. B. Church, 7225 E. Chelsea St., with, Rev. Greg Robinson, officiating. Mrs. Randolph was born April 22, 1945, in Tampa, to the late James and Lillian Scott. She attended Booker T. Washington and St. Augustine for the Deaf and Blind. Mrs. Delores' life would seem too short to many, but those who were touched by her understand that the quality of existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives. Her beautiful smile and loving heart brought joy to her family and friends. Mrs. Delores was known as Mama, Granny, Auntie or (nickname) Ms. Weekie. She was a helpful person, whenever you were in need she was there to lend a helping hand. She was a bonafide Christian and Mother of her church for over 40 years when she was called to Heaven to continue God's work. Mrs. Randolph enjoyed watching basketball, football and spending time with family, friends and her Church. She wa preceded in death by: her husband, Herman Randolph; father, James Carver Scott; mother, Lillian Scott; brother, Hilton Wells; and sis ters, Rosa Lee Holland and Katherine Wells She leave to cherish her memories with: children, Willie Mosley, Jr. and wife, Mary, and Anna Smith and fiance, Edward; grandchildren, Willie Mo ley, IV (Felenicia), Jovon Mosley (Ashley), Sadavia Heyward (Shannon), Aaron Smith, Jr. (Erika), and julie and Timothy Randolph; great grandchildren, I ayah Mosley, Saniah Williams, Zaniyah Mosley, Ari'yanna Smith, Emari Smith, Rylan Mosley and Aaron Smith, Ill; brothers, Jerome Scott and Walter Scott; sisters, Leona Williams and Thelma Velasquez; aunt, Helen Shaw; godsons, Carl Mitchell (Lorraine), Clinton Gallon and Ariel Perez; goddaughters, Beverly Bostick, Debra Peterman (Vance) and Yvette James; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; special extended family, Pastor and First Lady Robinson, Eld.er and First Lady Norton, and Leonard Young; best friends, Roseina Sims, Barbara Randolph, Amara Williams, Mya Peoples, Kimberly Brathwaite and her church family of Kingdom Hall. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, June 8, 2012, from 5-8 p.m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. JULIA MONTGOMERY TIMMONS Homegoingservices for Mrs Julia Montgomery Timmons of Tampa, who passed away on Monday, June 4. 2012, will be held on Saturday, June 9 2012, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Chureh of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Boulevard, with Rev. Dr. Samuel Maxwell, officiating. Interment will be In Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Julia Montgomery Timmons was born May 17, 1937, ln Sumter, SC, to the parents of Ingram and Loris Montgomery, wbo preceded her ln death. She was united In holy matrimony to Willie B. Timmons, Sr. for 19 years. To thls union 4loving ehildren were born. They relocated to Tampa in the late sos and made their home in Paul Smith Apartments and later Progress Village. She attended public scltools in Sumter, SC. She received her Bache lor's of Science in Education from Morris College in Sumter, SC. She also received her Master's De gree in Education from the Univer sity of Tampa. She was an Educator for 33 years with the Hillsborough County Pnblic Schools System and retired in 1995 Due to her love for children and education she continued mentoring and tutoring at various chools throughout l:lillsborough County. She received Christ at an early age at LaGree AME Church in Sumter, sc After relocating to Florida she became a member of First Baptist Church of Progress Village in the earty 6os under the pastorate of Rev. B. T. Williams and later Rev. Roo sevelt Robinson, Jr. and eu.rrent pas tor, Dr. Sam Maxwell. She was very active in the Music Ministry where she continuously shared her melodious voice rending song service as she sang with the William Jubilees, Mass Choir, and the Celebration Choir. She was a graduate of the first graduating class of the Faith Bible In stitute in December 2002. She was very active in the Progress Vtllage community working with the Progress Village Little League Baseball Progress Village Civic Council Philoettes Social Club, block captain and crime watch liai son for 83rd Street in Progress V illage. She served 13 years with the Progress Village Panthers Football and Cheerleading organization as As sistant Treasurer and concession stand manager. She was preceded in death b y: her husband Willie B. Timmons; and n siblings She d eparted this earthty life to answer the call of her loving Savio:r on Monday June 4, 2012. She leaves to cherish precious memories with: a loving and faithful daughter and c:aregjver Daralyn Timmons-Doby (Mark); 3 caring and dedicated sons, Tyrone (Twilla) Timmons, Willie B. (Tammy) Timmons, and Ozzie (Kimberly) Timmons; adopted son, Phillip Darns; tepdaughter, Donna (Kwabena) Di nizula; grandchildren Tyrone (LaVoryia) Timmons, Darrell Doby Jr., Sierra Timmons, Haley Tim mons, Derron Doby, Willi.e Tim mons, III Ozzie Timmons, Jr., Dyllun Timmons, Marnlka and Keyon Jones, Tenisha, Tiffany and Allison; 3 grandchildren, Makhi Timmons, Mic:ah Nelson and Teagan Timmons; 3 brothers, Archie (Louise) Montgomery and Stanley (Gladys) Montgomery of Sumter, SC, and Horace (Jessie) Montgomery of Tampa; best friend Rosemary McK inneyAmiel; goddaughters Monique McKinney and Nicole Amiel; friend, Harold Williams ; and a host of nieces nephews cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Special acknowledgement to Adri ana Carey from Homestead Nursing Services. The family will receive friends on Friday June 8 2012 from 7-8 p. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Church on Saturday fo:r tbe service at 10:45 a. m. AIKENS FU RAJ. HOME Chandler's lSarasota. Fll ------MR. SAMUEL BRYANT The homegoing celebration for Mr. Samuel Bryant of Riverview, FL, who passed away on June 3, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 9, 2012, at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8722 Progress Blvcf. Dr. Samuel L. Maxwell, Senior Teadaing Pastor. Interment will follow in Serenity Meadows Memorial Park, Riverview, FL. Samuel Bryant was the second child born to the late Rogers and Merlyn Sutton Bryant on December 14, 1952, in Arcadia, FL. Sam was a 1970 graduate of Desoto County High School in Arcadia and later attended Knoxville College in Knoxvi.lle, Tennessee. Sam accepted Christ in 1962 and was baptized under the leadership of the late Rev. E. L Hamilton at the St. John Baptist Church in Arcadia. Sam enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1971 where he served as an Ammunitions Specialist. Sam's dedication to his career helped his unit receive recognition and numerous awards for outstanding achievement and military service. Sam was honorably discharged from active duty in November, 1991. Sam was married to Carolyn Gordon Bryant in 1980, and they were the parents of three sons. Sam will be remembered for his kind spirit, soft-spoken, fun loving demeanor, and his gen erosity to others. He always looked for the good in everyone. Sam dearly loved his family and had many life-long friends. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted and loving wife, Carolyn; three sons, Terron, Chenard and Shane, all ofTampa; three grandchildren, Tiara, Jah.kwan and Alana of Tampa; brother, Rogers Bryant, Jr., Tampa; nine aunts, Pearl Livingston, and Eddie Mae Griffin of Wilmington, Delaware, Berta Bryant of Oakland, California, Daisy Carter of Ft. LauderdaJe, FL, Minnie Lee Bryant of Arcadia, FL, lneatha Robert on, Ocala, FL, Loretta Brooks, Ocala, FL, Minnie Kemp, Miami, FL, and Annette Co.llins, Quincy, FL; eight uncle I aiah Bryant, Arcadia, FL, J. D. Bryant, Miami, FL, Leroy Bryant and Paul Livingston of Wilmington, Delaware, Oliver Sutton and Allen Sutton of Tampa, Lester White, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and Peter Robertson, Ocala, FL; father and mother-in-law, Ernest and Luella Collins, Tampa; four sisters-in-law, Linda Gordon Carley, Palmetto, FL, Barbara Gordon, Parrish, FL, Joyce Gordon Thomas and husband, Arie, Bradenton, FL, and Marianna Collin and husband, Larry of New York; two brothersinlaw, Jimmy White, Tampa, and Freddie Gordon, Bradenton, FL; a dear family friend, Frances Pascoe of Tampa; plus a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and acquaintances too numerous to name. The remains will repose at St. James AME Church, Progress Village on Friday (today), from 6-8 p. m. The family will receive friends at th.at time. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. Professional .!lervices and arrangements entrusted to CHANDLER'S FUNERAL CHAPEL, 1425 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, Sara ota, FL, 34234. (941) 355 Mr. Todd Chandler, owner, Ms Ka Tina N. Davis, Licensed J
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Funerals/Memoriam/Card of Thanks c-Gudes D CONJERRY D. GREEN, SR. Homegoing celebration for Deacon Jerry D. Greco Sr., who passed away on Sunday, June 3, 2012, will be held on Saturday, June 9 2012 at Greater Mt. Moriah P B. Church, 1225 Ne bra ka Avenue, Tampa. Deacon Jerry D Green, Sr. was born on July 30, 1925 in East Over, South Carolina, to the late Paul Green, Sr. and Daisy Johnson Green. He was tlte sixth of 13 children. He wa educated in the public schools oriower Richland County, sc. He accepted Christ at an early age before being drafted into tlt e United States Army during World War II. He served honorably, earning an honorable discharge. He worked as a chef at a hotel in Columbia, SC while attending barber school and eventually becoming a licensed barber. He to Trenton, New Jersey, and lived there for many years and was employed at Princeton Medical Center for 16 years and the Trenton Psychiatric Hospital for 27 years. After retirement, he relocated to Tampa, and was employed witlt tlte Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department as a sdtool crossing guard for 21 years. He united witlt Greater Mt. Moriah P. B. Church, where he served faithfully witlt the deacons and usher ministries. On Sunday, June 3 2012, Deacon Green departed from tltis eartltly life, titus entering into hi.'i eternal resting place. He was preced d in deatlt by: five brotlters, Willie Jr., Herbert Paul, Jr., and George and Louis Green; five sisters, Angeline Williams, Mattie Robinson, Mary Alice Munday, Carrie Stephens and Daisy Helen Howard; and aunt Jo ephine Byrd. Loving and fond memories remain cherished by: his wife of 36 years, Bernice L. Green; his nine sons, Jerry, Jr., and James Green, Columbia, SC Mitchell (Cordelia) Michael, Val (Ann), Rodney, AI, Paul and Peter (Angela) Green of Trenton, New Jersey; five daughters, Gladys Harris (Edward), Geralcline Moss (Chari s), Colum bia, SC, Brenda Green Brown, Gail Green and Stephanie Green Singleton, Trenton, NJ; a special grandniece tltat he raised from 8 montlts to 21 years old, Marshana House; brothers, Freddie Green (Dorotlty), Las Vegas NV Richard Williams (Thelma), Tampa; isters, Mary F. Myer and Carrie Williams Tampa; brothers-in-law, Alphonso Howard, Tampa, Lawrence Bethea and Calvin McCall Trenton, J; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Bethea Harris, Margaret Lee Melvi n and Linda Green (Barrington), Trenton, NJ; a host of nieces, grand, great grand and nephews; and other relative and many friends. The viewing will be held on Fri day, June 8 2012, from 5 8 p.m. at Gudes Funeral Home Chapel, 4050 E. Hillsborough Avenue, Tampa. Family and friends are asked to meet at tlte church on Saturday, June 9 2012, at 1:45 p. m., Dr. Willie J. Williams, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Gudes Funeral Home "A TEMPLE OF SERVICE" www&Udesfuneralhomc.net MR. ORLANDO HAYES, JR. Service for Mr. Orlando Hayes, Jt. will be held at Abundant Life Enrichment Center, 4 7 01 E. Hanua Avenue, Saturday, June 9 2012, at ao a. m. Pastor Randy Randolph will be presiding over the homegoing service. Mr. Orlando Hayes, Jr., was born July 2 1945, in Tampa. He was a faith believer of Baptist Ministries and educated in the Hillsborough County School System. His favorite hobbies were: fishing, cooking, car detailing and most of all his bubbly personality. He was tlte first African American with a car detailing busines on E. Hillsborough Ave. He was preceded in deatlt by: his parents, Mr. Orlando Hayes, Sr. and Mrs. Lula Mae Hayes; his sister, Jacqueline Hayes; his brother, James L. Hayes; and his son, Herbert Ervin. He leaves to cherish his memories with: children, Eric Hayes (Rosa); grandchildren, Brandon Hayes, Kennedy Hayes, Christian Hayes and Arlenis Peralta; sons, Vadry Orlando Hayes and Charles Andre Hayes; daughter, Valena H Williams (Uoyd); grandchildren, Domonique Hayes, Vanessa Hayes, Lottie McCleary and daughter, Sirena Williams, Emanuel Watson, Jr. (Tiara), Emaneul Watson (MeMe), Roger Williams and Jo'mari Williams; sister, Betty J. Hayes (B. J.); other friends and relatives, Waymon and Patricia Hudley, Mercedes H. Copeland, motlter of son Eric, Vadry, Charles, Lois Jackson and children; Mercedes Gra.ham and children, lra Mae and William Ellison, Eduardo Whittaker, and the Allen family and Barnes family. There will be a viewing at Gudes Funeral Home, 4050 E. Hill borough Ave. Tampa, 33610. Gudes Funeral Home A TEMPLE OF SERVICE" www.mdes(uneralhome.net --1 ___ Harmon : MS. PAULINE BARBARA JONES, a. k. a., GOLDEN GIRLS Homegoing services for M s Pauline 8. Jones, who passed away on May 31, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 9 2012 at 1 p. m. at New Greater Friendship M. B. Church, 3402 East Emma Stre t Tampa, 33610, Rev Madison Murray, pastor, Pastor Tony Woods, eulogist, and Pastor A. L. Wingfield officiating. Interment will follow in R st Haven Memorial Park. Ms Pauline Jones, a. k. a., Kickin But Not High; a. k. a Fedlin Medlin; a. k a., Child Please, and a. k. a ., Golden Girls, was born on August 01, 1938 in Tampa. She attended Hillsborough County schools and was employed witlt Hillsborough County Clinic as a nurse assistant. She retired after 33 years of service. She was preceded in by: Doris Newton, mother; Elbert Newton, stepfather; Robert Jones, husband; Mae Ella Newton, sister; Margaret Porter, sister; Lewis WiUiams, brotlter; Elbert Newton, Jr., brother; and Darrell Chase, son-in-law. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: Sharon Chase, daupter; Earlene W. Blue (John), sister; brothers, Willie Williams (Alice) Nathaniel Newton, Julius Newton (Cynthia) and James Newton; Larry Jones, stepson; Carrell Jones (Rose), sisterin-Jaw; Elnora Jones, sister-in-law; Elouise Robinson, sister-in-law; 11 grandchildren, Eticia, Angelo (Sylvia) Malcom, Lamarcus, Dedrell, Langston, Keitlt Anna, Latrecia MikeUe and Jakema; a host of great grands, nieces, nephew cou ins, otlter relatives and friends, including a special friend, William Brown; and sister-like friend, Rebecca Crawford. Visitation for Ms Pauline Barbara Jones will be held Friday evening from 5 8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p.m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40tlt Street, Tampa, 33610. A HARMON BURIAL CRJ IS FUNERAL PRJC WMAI ES HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Rorida 33610 MR. JAMES LESTER HOSEY Memorial services celebrating the life and memory of Mr. Jame Lester Hosey will be held Saturday June 9, 2012, at 10 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40tlt Street, Tampa, 33610, with Rev. Eric Gallmon, officiating. A private interment will follow the committal. Mr. James L. Hosey was born in Tampa. He graduated from Middleton High School. James was a former employee of Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation Department. Survivors include: 2 children, Jantes Hosey and wife, Dafney Hosey, and Arqueela Howell; 5 si ters, Betty Burnett, Cora Yopp, Mary Underwood, Willie Mae Johnson, Debra Clarke, and Willey Jones, brother, Michael Hosey; 6 grandchildren, James Hosey, Jr., Jaykwon Hosey, Labre' Burgess, Santavia Hosey, Shauntavia Hosey and Jeremiah Hosey; and a host of other family members including many nieces and nephews. Friends attending tlte memorial service are asked to assemble at Hannon Funeral Home at 9:45a.m. A HARMON BURIAL JESSIE MAE HOLLEY Written nor spoken words can express our appreciation for the many acts oflove and kindness bestowed on us during the illness and death of Ms. Jessie Mae Holley (Momma Butch). While w e cannot mention everyone b y name, you all will remain in our hearts and minds forever. A special tltanks goes out to: Dr. Kimberly Gray-White and tlte staff at tlte Center for Internal Medicine, Rev. Henry J. Lyons and the New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., S-7, Hillsborou.gh County Chapter of Charmettes, Inc., Howard W. Blake Class of 1968, Ray Williams Funeral Home, Loving Princess #308 Order of Eastern Star and members of International FJ:ee and Accepted Modern Masons and OES, Inc. The Salter, SalterWoods and HoOey family. -----Rav Williams MRS. LEVONIA LONG GRIFFIN Mrs. Levonia Long Griffin of Sanford, FL, pa ed away on Wednesday, May 30, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 9, 2012, at u a. m. at St. John Progre -sive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 East Chipeo Street, pastor, Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, witlt Rev. James Gibbs, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. ):to :< N 0 .... N Mrs. Griffin wa a long time native of Sanford, FL, and recently to Tampa due to her loPg term iUne and need r to be closer to family. She was born in Panama City, FL, and attended public school C in Calhoun County, FL. )> She accepted Christ as her en personal savior at an early age. m She was a devoted me.mber of the Morning Glory M. B. Church in Sanford, FL, where she was a Z pioneer member of the Senior Choir and a Sunday School aJ Teacher. She served faitltful]y as C a member until her health began to fail. She was an employee of the rn Seminole County Public School =! System Foster Grandparent and Z Dividends Program for many "'U years. Mrs. Griffin was affectionately known as "Vern to her friends and co-workers, but to her children and grandchildren she was "Dumama," a lovin. g motlter, grandmother and sis-c aJ r c;; ::::t m c ter. rn She leaves to cherish her < memory: daughter, Sharon m Long Blake and husband, Arthur (Brandon, FL); sons, Bishop Jimmie Long and wife, Joyce (Jacksonville, FL), C Samuel Long and wife, Katie rn (Jacksonville, FL), and Willie c Earl Long of (Sanford, FL); de-)>-< voted nephew, Roland Redden and wife, Sherri (Syracuse, NY); )> 12 grandchildren, and a host of z great grandchildren; and other C relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, June 8, 2012, at C Ray Williams Funeral Home, )>-< 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. IN MEMORIAM WINDELON SEYMORE Gone, but not forgotten. We miss you. 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MR. ISAAC HOGAN, JR. Mr. Isaac Hogan, Jr. of Tampa, passed away Sunday, June 3 2012, at 3:14 p m. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 9 2012, at 11 a m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Susan Towels of Come in the House Outreach Ministry, officiating. Interment wiD take place in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL, Monday, June 11, 2012. Mr. Isaac Hogan, Jr. was C born November 25, 1926, 'o Isaac and Annie Mae Hogan, a: who preceded him in death. LL Often called "Hoss" by his C older brother, Eddie, he was Z reared in Tallahassee, FL, where c( he attended public school. Later he joined the Navy. He moved to C Poughkeepsie, New York, and en married Emma Gold Elem, who W preceded him in death. To this union were born 13 children. t-Isaac later moved his family ij: to Tampa, and began a lifetime W career as a longshoreman until > his retirement. W Isaac leaves to cherish his c memory: nine children, Patricia W Hogan, Arnold (Cyrina) Hogan, :::1: Francena Hogan, Charles (Cynen thia) Hogan, Paralee Hogan :J Fields, Barbara Hogan, Victoria m Hogan, Michael Hogan, who preceded him in death, Melody D. Jones (Nelson) and Nedra Z Maxwell; goddaughter, Ann i= (Johnnie) WiUiams; two brothers, Eddie (Shirlie) Hogan and -1 James (Patricia) Hogan; three sisters, Lillian (James) Fryson, m Jessie Lee Gaines and Mary ...J Frances (James) Harris; and a W host oJ grandchildren, great Z grandchildren, great-great i= grandchildren, nieces, ffi nephews, cousins and caring en friends. c( The remains will repose after c 5 p. rn., Friday, June 8 2012, at a: Ray W illiams Funeral Home, 0 301 N Howard Avenu e _, Arrangements entrusted to LL RAY WlLLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Norther n Owners www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. IN MEMORIAM SISTER EMMIE LEE GRACE c( CASTILLO 0 N One (1) year, June 1, you W left four (4) brothers: Big CJ Earl, Rob, Boat and Larry, and family. MR. EARLY D. KNIGHT Mr. Early D. Knight, father of Marvin Ray Knight (owner of Oriental Fish Co.), died Mon day, June 4 2012, at Fletcher Rehabilitation Center in Tampa. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 9, 2012, at 2 p m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, Tampa, 33607, pastor, Rev. T. D. Leonard, with Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Pastor of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will foUow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Early D. Knight was born on August 20, 1931, in Dothan, AL, from the union of John R Knight and Annie Rene Knight. He is survived by: his wife, Joyce Mae Kni,ght ; his chUdren, Delores A Holt, Early D. Knight, Jr., Johnny Knight, Audrey Jean Tolbert, Felicia Echols, Kenneth Roy Knight, Nadine Snow, Arlene Timmons and Marvin Knight; three sisters, Sarah Ed.wa.rds, Annie Stokes and Mary Lee Rumlin; grandchildren, Tiki Holt, Cassandra Thomas, Anita Blake, Early D. Knight, Ill, Janice Knight, Johnny Knight, Jr., Anthony Knight, Theodore Brown, Brode.rick Barkley, Ronnie Knight, Rya. n Echols, Kenneth Knight, Jr., Malik Knight, Jose Steeker, Louis Chapman, Lashundranette Sanders, William Daniels, Taylor Carl Timmons and Erica Knight; 24 great and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, June 8, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfu neralhome.com. IN MEMORIAM YOLANDA 'BABY' MORROW 6-11-1994 A loving sister, beautiful daughter, wonderful mother and now grandmother. It' s been 18 years and the memories of you will forever live in our hearts. Love always. The family. MR. WILLIAM SMITH Mr. William Smith of 1509 East Waters Avenue, passed away Wednesday, May3o, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 9, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Me morial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Bishop James H Howell, Pastor of Cathedral of Faith, officiating. Mr. William Smith was born in Lovette, FL, on August 13 1922. After becoming an adult, he moved to Tampa. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Ethel Williams Smith; and father, Lee H. Smith. He leaves to cherish his great memories: son, Willie Maddox (Loretta); daughter, Gloria Troupe; grandchildren, Willie Maddox, Jr. (Jeanette) of South Carolina, Evelyn Richards (Harold) of Tampa, and Renee Delarighter (Robert) of Sebring, FL; 4 sisters, Mary Frances Watts of Tampa, Lois Williams of Moultrie, GA, Louis Joseph of Trenton, FL, and Annie Pearl Smith of West Palm Beach, FL; a host of great grandchildren, nieces, nephews; and special friends, Ann Scott and Ann and Willie Malone. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, June 8, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WlLLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. CARD OF THANKS ALTAMESE GOLDEN SIMMONS The family of Altamese Golden Simmons would like to thank you for your kind words, thoughts and prayers during our time of bereavement. We were truly blessed to have had "Mese" in our lives. We give special thanks to the AKA Sorority, Dot Smith, Fannie Thomas and Doris Reddick and a host of other friends. We appreciate your expressions oflove. May God continue to bless each of you. The Family. MRS. ANNIE MAE WALKER Mrs. Annie Mae Walker of 3750 Williams Landing Circle, #208, passed away Tuesday, June 5, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 9, 2012, at 9 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Roy W. Williams officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Annie Mae Walker was a native of Leesburg, FL, and a resident of Tampa for 75 years. She attended the public schools of l-eesburg. She leaves to cherish her memory: 4 chUdren, Nathaniel Walker (Rosie), Mae Watson (Lewis), Virginia Pedon and David Walker, Sr.; 10 grandchildren, Darryl Walker, Kenndy Walker, Linda Walker, Kalina Walker, Rhonda Walker, Rufus Anderson, Chantel Anderson, Randy Edwards, Joshua McKepzie and Davonna Standford; 15 great grandchildren, Jenifer Clark, Kenndy Clark, Maurice Walker, Darris Walker, Ronald Walker, Andrew Walker, Ashley Walker, Alexie Wallace, Terry ToUiver, Darrylryica Davis, Charity Walker, Jeremiah Williams, Jaylynne Williams, Josiah Williams and Micheal Jones; loving sister, Earlene Gadson; loving brother, Eddie Gadson from New Jersey; a loving sister-in-law, Carolyn Jones; a loyal family friend, Mr. James Ferman; and a host of extended family and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, June 8 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhorne.com. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MELVIN JAMES HARDRICK 6/8/1938-6/8/2012 Mello, happy birthday. We love and miss you so much. Loving wife, Marilouise, children and grandchildren. MR. J. EUGENE DANZEY Mr. J. Eugene Danzey, 78, of St. Petersburg, peacefully passed away on May 29, 2012. Born in Tampa in 1933 J Eugene Danzey began his career in 1967. He was promoted to Sales Manager and became the top salesman throughout the chain of six radio stations, for which he was promoted to Vice President and General Manager of WIMP in 1970-In 1975, he decided to go into busin.ess for himself, bringing WRXB Radio on the air in St. Petersburg as the first AfricanAmerican owned radio station in this market. He began his career in broadcasting in 1963 at WTMP radio in Tampa, as an account executive in the sales department. becoming the first African -American sale man for a major broadcaster in Tampa Bay. Active in his community, Eugene Danzey is best known for his work with the Urban League and for his efforts to improve community conditions through crime pre vention, voter registration, and urban redevelopment. Danzey was a former president of the Pinellas County Urban League, past president of the St. Pete.rsburg Economic Development Commission, former chairman of the Pinellas County Housing Authority, and a past board member of the United Negro Colle,se Fund. In 2005, he was inducted into the Pinellas Education Foundation's Free Enterprise Hall of Honor, a tribute to area community luden who grew their b inesses into some of the most progressive in the nation. He was appointed by Governol' to the Pinellas County Housing Authority and served for many years as its chairman. He is survived by: his loving wife of 20 years P. J. BentonDanzey; daughter, Valorie Danzey Garner; son, Michael Danzey; stepsons, Keith Johnson (Sherry) and Frank Johnson; brother, Henry Sanders (Delores); sisters in-l aw, Claretha Davis, Sonja Bexley, Senator Arthenia Joyner, Renee Jones and Valda Browning (Johnny); brothers-in-law, Booker Joyner (Brenda), William Adams (Doretha), Rudolph Jones (Rosemary), Dr. RJccardo Jones, and J. C. Joyner; grandchildren, Von Chaney, II, Marcel Cha.ney, Michael Danzey, Jr. (Kim), Adele Williams, Clinton Danzey and Jazmine Danzey; step grandchildren, Jaequelienne Johnson, Kiara Johnson, Analisa Johnson, Lavender Johnson and Matthew Johnson; 5 great grandsons and 5 great granddaughters; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday, June 9 2012 at 1 p. m. at St. Joseph' s Catholic Church, 2101 22nc1 Avenue, South, St. Petersburg, FL, 33712. A public viewing will be held at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29u. Street, Tampa, on Friday, June 8, 2012 from 5 9 p. m. with the family reeeiving friends from 7 -Sp.m. The remains will also be viewed on Saturday, June 9, 2012, at St. Joseph' s Catholic Church from 10 a.m.1p.m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 12:45 p m Saturday for the mass. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in memory of J. Eugene Danuy to: Sunooast Hospice, 5 77 1 Roosevelt Blvd. Clearwater, FL,3376o. A WilSON SERVICE www.wiJson -funeralhome,com

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Funerals/Memoriams MR. WILBERT VERNON HAYWARD Celebration of life for Mr. Wilbert Vernon Hayward, known as Vernon, who passed away May 27, 2012, will be held on Saturday, June 9, 2012, at 2 p.m. at The Kwane Doster Community Center, 75o6 S. Morton Street, Tampa, 33616. Vernon was born Decenlber 22, 1939, in Hamilton, Bermuda, to Albert and Doris Hayward. At a young age be traveled extensively as a Merchant Marine. He then took his sense of adventure to the United States and joined the Air Force. While in the Air Force, he worked on the flight line and gained the nickname "Ho-Jo ... While in the Air Force, he traveled throughout the world, and served in the Viet NamWar. He resided in the Tampa Bay community for 33 years. While stationed at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, be retired after 21 years of service as a Master Sergeant. He also retired from Hillsborough County Waste Water as a plant operator after 20 years. His mother, father, brother and sister, preceded him in death. He leaves behind many memories with: his wife of 38 years, Willene Hayward; Shakira Hayward, as a loving and devoted daughter; stepson, James Knox; and a future son-in-law, Ronnie Banks. He also leaves four sister and brothers-in-law of Hamilton, Bermuda and Nigeria. He wiD be dearly missed by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other family members. Vernon loved his family, being around his friends, whom he considered as family, andrespected all in his footsteps. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the Community Center at approxim.ately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICr www.wilson-funeralhome.com lOVE IN EMORIAM FREDRICK JAMES BUIE (FREDDY) 4/2.4/64 -6/6/07 There's not a day or year that goes by that you are not missed, Freddy. Sadly missed by: your cbildren, grandchildren, sisters, brothers, fam.ily and friends. R.I.P. MR. WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER (K.B.) HILL Homegoing celebration for Mr. William Christopher (K. B.) Hill of Tampa, who departed this earthly Ufe on May 28, 2012, will be held Sat W'day June 9, 2012, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 4008 E. Dr. C. P. Epps Drive (40,. Street and Cayuga) Tampa, 33610, with the Pastor, Reverend Michael V. White, officiating Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Chris was born on a beautiful, snowy morning in Mount Holly, New Jersey, on January 4, 1991. He is the son of William and Brenda (Hooks) Hill. He was affectionately known as "K. B." to many of his friends. Before moving to Tampa in 2004, Chris attended public schools in Butzbach Gennany, Fort Riley Kansas, and Fort Knox, Kentucky. He attended the Tampa Fire6ght ers Academy Explorers program. pon graduation from Gary Adult Technical School in 2009, Chris en rolled at Hillsborough Community College (Brandon Campus). Chris accepted Jesus Christ as his Persona) Savior at an early age. He served at Prichard Gospel Chapel of Fort Knox KY, as a youth usher and a member of the Foot Prints of Faith Drill Team. He became a member of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church in November 2004. His hobbies included playing chess, basketbaJI and football. He was a volunteer coach of youth sports at tbe Temple Terrace Recre ation Center and for the Tampa Bay Knights basketbaJI team of Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). Chris was known for his radiant smile. He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his nephew Zailen and niece, Jaziah. He worked previously at Sweet bay Supermarket on Templ e Terrace Highway where he was recognized as Employee of the Month for training new store associates. At the time of his demise he was employed at Domino's Pizza. Christopher was preceded in death by: his vandmother, Carrie M. Hooks; g.-andparents, Chutes and Corrine Hill; uncle, Lawrence Hill; aunt, Barbara Hill; and cousin, Jazm.ine Williams. He leaves to cherish his fond and golden memories with: his loving parents, William and Brenda Hill; 2 devoted and loving brothers, Jamal and Mal,'cus Hill; a nephew, Zailen Hill; and niece Jaziah Hill; grand parents. Samuel and Nards Hooks; godparents, Jimmy and Gloria Ja cobs ofTrenton. NJ; aunts, Jacque lyn Williams (Michael), Theresa Crews (Darian, Sr.), Christina Bright (Leonard) of COllege Station, TX Gloria Clark, Marion Henson, Gwen HiD, Loti Clay an<.l Leila Thompson of Orlando; uncles, Nathaniel Hooks, Terry Hooks, Donald Hill and Samuel Hooks; cousins, Michael (PJ), Jordan and JaJa Williams, Erica and Garrett Hooks of Orlando Shard'e, Darian, Jr., Dorian, Shayla, Sabria and Dariu s Crews of Tampa, Jackie Hill, Lisa and Bruce Henson of Orlando, Glenn Hill (Seya) of Nor fo l k VA, Antoine Henson, CrystaJ Aviance, Dontae, and Chris and Mar quis Hill of Orlando; godsisters, Dawn and Ashley Jacobs ofTrenton, NJ; extended miUtary families, the Hopkins, Monroes, Palmers, Valentines and Wesleys; Cleveland Ele menta,ry Sc:hool of Tampa; special friends, Darnell, Brandon, Brent and Carnika; and a multitude of other relatives and sorrowing friends. A public viewing will be held at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29 .. Street, Tampa, 336o5, on Friday, June 8, 2012, from s 9 p. m. FamUy and friends are asked to meet at th. e church Saturday, June 9, 2012, at 10:45 a. m. for the service. "'A WILSON SERVICE,. www.wiJaon-funenlh9'!1C.pom DEACON HENRY WILLIS PORTER, SR. Homegoing celebration for Deacon Henry Willis Porter, Sr. of Tampa, who departed this earthly life on June 2, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 9 2012, at 11 a. m. at Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 E 24th Avenue, Tampa, with the Senior Pastor, Rev. Albert Gallmon, Jr., officiating. Interment will foUow in Garden Of Memories Cemetery. Henry W. Porter, Sr. was born on May 21, 1937, in Eufaula, AL, to the late Jack Porter and late Laura Jane Gilmore. He was educated in the public schools of Barbour County in Eufaula, AL. He accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Sardes Baptist Church, under the leadership of the Rev. Ogamble in Eufaula, AL. On June 7, 1958, he was united in holy matrimony to the late Sister Dorothy NeD Dawkins. This union was blessed with six children, four sons and two daughters. In 1959, the family relocated to Tampa, at which time they joined Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late ReverendJ. C. Goins. Henry Porter was ordained as a Deacon in late sixties where he erved faithfully until his death. For many years he served as Chairman of the Deacon Board, Chairman of the Trustee Board, President of the Culinary Ministry and sang in Choir #2. He was employed at Florida Steel over 30 years, until his retirement in 1994 He was a loving and devoted husband and father, who especially loved his church. On Saturday, June 2, 2012, after several illnesses, Deacon Porter answered the Master's call and departed from this earthy life to be with Jesus Christ. Cherished and loving memories will remain with: his loving children, four sons, Henry W. Porter, Jr. and wife, Debra, Larry D. Porter ana Tamara, Kenneth A. Porter and Donna, and Carl W. Porter, Sr. and wife, Evette; two daughters, Antionette L. Porter and Giovani, and Henrietta E. Porter; eighteen grandchildren, Petel, Vanessa, Cedric, Zatavia, Dana, Ariale, Zerrick, Larronn, William, Tomeka, Ismael, Jasmine, Carl, Jr., Amanda, Keith, Ashunta, Javon and Khaliab; brother, the late Eugene Porter; sister, Lucy Johnson; sister-inlaw, Pauline Porter; cousin, Gaither Wimberly; two stepsisters, Bernice Johnson and Brenda Co Dins; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other rei atives; special friends, Kevin Fountain, Peace Culinary, Me Donald's Breakfast Crew, Deacons of Peace Baptist and a number of neighborhood friends. A public viewing will be held at Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church on Friday, June 8, 2012 from 6:00 -8:00 p. m. with the family receiving friends from 7-8 p.m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday at approximately 10:45a.m. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-fuoeralbome.com DEACON DAVID SHEDRICK Homegoins services for Deacon David Shedrick, who passed away on June a, aou, will be held on Saturday, .June 9 2012, at 10 a. m. at St. Matthew M. B. Church, 3708 East Lake Avenue. Tampa, 33610, with the pastor, Reverend W. D. Sims, officiating. Interment will be at Orange Hill Cemetery. Deacon Shedrick united with St. Matthew M. B. Chu.rch in 1956, upon relocating to Tampa, and unselfishly worked at several positions, remaining a faithful member until his demise. He retired from Cargill Fertilizer after over 35 years of service, where he earned the distinction of not missins one day of regularly scheduled duty. Deacon Shedrick served the Progress Village community in ma.ny capacities including the Civic Association and the Progress Village Uttle League, where he held the position of President for over 30 years, as well as, performing all and any jobs that were needed. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Alberta Shedrick; sons, David Dwayne Shedrick and Bernard Maurice Taylor; mother and father, Seth and Mozell Shedrick; siblings, Arto, Belle, Willie, Stepney, Grady, Roosevelt and Rev. Seth, Sr.; brothers and sisters-in-law, Deacon Rowe Taylor, Jr., Brinson Glover, Lucille Shedrick, and Gussie Williams; and niece, Karen TaylorWilliams. He leaves to cherish fond memories of him: devoted granddaughter and caregiver, Chinovia Shedrick and husband, Nate; son, Nathaniel Taylor, Albany, GA; grandcblldren, Tellsa Cutts (Vin cent}, Keithrick McDaniels, Lashontaeia Shedrick, David Shedrick, m (Lameka), De' Angelo Taylor, and Arthur and De' Arthur Godwin; great grandchildren, Antonio, Chimare, Tycen, Shawn, Landen, De' Angelo, Jr., Kourtlyn, Nateavia, Taylor, Kamille, Marianna, Mariyab and Mya; si ter, Aline Brown; brothers, Andrew Shedrick, Robert Shedrick, (Annie), and James Shedrick; sisters-in-law, Sister Carolyn Taylor, Mother Marie Whitehurst, Essie Shedrick, Mildred Salter and Jean Glover; nephews, Seth Shedrick, UI, Andrew Shedrick, Jr. ( iane), Charlie Shedrick (Carlisse), James, Jr., Jessie Brown, Jr., Alton Brown, Stephney Shedrick, Jr. (Stephanie), Robert, Jr., Donnie Shedrick, Gregory Taylor, David Dwight Whitehurst (Diane), and Roderick White hurst; nieces, Alesia Williams (Robert) Stacy Mack, Stacy Shedrick, Rashonda Langston (Terrence), Elaine Shedrick, Earlene Shedrick, Karen Shedrick, Mozell Costner (Floyd), Veronica Price (Ricky), Berniece Flowers, Sabrina Mitchell, Dephanie Taylor, Remeka Taylor, Shanticia Taylor-Hawkins (Johnny), and Alicia Hall; goddaughters, Dar. lene Godwin (Arthur), Nichollotte Lewis and Christina James Byrant (Lamar); and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, and other family and friends located in Tampa, Orlando, Miami, and GA; spedal neighbors and friends, Clarence and Yvonne Fort, Ben and Catherine Smith, Annie WU.Oo and the Brown family of Orlando. There will be viewing from s-9 p.m. today (Friday), June 8, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29.., Street, Tampa, 336o5. Friends are asked to assemble at the chW'Ch at approxhnately 9:45 a. m., Saturday for the serv ice. "A WilSON SERVICE,. wwwwDaon=funcraJhome.c:om Memorial l __ MASTER CHRISTIAN SEAN LOVE A memorial service for Master Christian Sean Love of Tampa, who passed away on May 30, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 9, 2012, at Without Walls International Churdl, 3860 W. Columbus Dr., Tampa, 336o7, at 11 a.m., Minister Keith Jacobs, officiatiJis. AU are welcome to attend. 0 c.. c z m Christian was born January 23, 2010, and passed away on r May 30, 0 Christian leaves to cherish his memories: his devoted father, C Messiah Marquis Love and fi-)> anre, Delilha Andino; and sister' en Maylani Love; grandparents, m Jolanda Sanders and Gary Love; great grandparents, Georgette z and Emanuel WiHiam.s, and Earline and James Robinson; great, great grandmother, Dolores aJ Carter; 4 aunts, Nakia Love, C Sbatiriah Love-Paul, Lateema 1 Smith and Kristina Love; 3 nn-I cles, Juan Washington, Joseph !!1 Sanders and Fenwick Paul; 7 cousins, Jamier Humphries, Ja-Z maree Humphries, Keziah "'0 Moore, Rickey Makupson, C Rakim Makupson, Alana Kelly and Brooklyn Smith; 4 great en aunts and 4 great uncles; and a ::J: host of other relatives and m friends. 0 The family will receive visi-rn< tors prior to the service at the cburdl. m IN MEMORIAM 2 RENEE JONES 6-4-02 It's hard to believe it's been ten years since you were called home to be with the Lord. We love you and miss you so much! From, your family. BURIAL INSURANCE ..... $11, ........ 'flnllf ...... Cll ... fer Ywr FREE ............. Plus 81artl .. At Oily $20.00 Per llontll m en 0 ?< ,. z 0 0 ?<

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Nr--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------g Memoriams/Card of Thanks c a: &L c z c( c tn w ::l t-rt w > w c w J: tn :i m ::l D. z tu ...1 ...1 ::l m ...1 w 2 i= z w tn c( c 0 ...1 &L MEMORIAM HELEN And SAMMffi Happy birthday, Mom and Dad. Rest in peace D d. Life here without the two of you is just riot the same. We cherish your memories and we feel so much comfort knowing that you two are together in heaven. Loving and missing you always. Love, Pennie and Faith. IN M E MORIAM Happy birthday on this special day. By love, they are remembered and in memory they live. Love always, mother, Martha Thompson and family. EDDffi THOMPSON, JR. 6-to-so Sometimes the people who need to pay their respects most are the ones who cant. Until now. mtoI'E'seen dro.mstanoes Send ccmdolences it impossible to attmd a loved one' s funeral, we're pleased to offer you another way to share your con dolences. From vinual messages to acu.al floral arrangementS, visit us online and we11 help you send all the thoughtS and final wishes you would have wanted to offer in per.;on Send flowers Read obituaries View photos Muchmore Gww. wilson-funeralhome .com FUNERAL HOME DXl N 29th St Tampa, R. 33e(lj (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 f I MORE THAN Father, son, brother, friend, nephew, cousin, colleague, grandson 'and AG. Harold was: ambitious, a go-getter, energetic, happygo-lucky, a ladi man, good-hearted, good-looking, athletic, a Play Station 3 player, fitted hat wearer, outspoken, flip-mode, the life of a party and real. Harold was loved. A person's character is defined solely by the qualities of one's actions, not by the rambling of one's mouth. Sometimes, we must do things we don' t want to do and we say things we don' t want to say. And although we went through some things, nothing and no one could take the love we shared for many years (my baby boy). At the end of the day, Harold was a good man. And a good man is hard to find. Thank you Harold for everything. I will alway love you. Harold you a .re missed by all of your true family and &iends, but we know that God has a special place for you in His Kingdom. Love 'lish. Ills far 1111 With Fu ral EQIOS8S For 34 years of his life, Laura Johns o n said her brother, Terrell, was a TERRELL fighter. Born JOHNSON with Sickle Cell, he was never able to work but that didn't stop him from living his life to the fullest. At 5:45 a. m. Tuesday Terrell Johnson passed away. He leaves behind his parents his wife, Keneisa, and 4 s ib lings. His sister, Laura said at the time of hi s death, Terrell bad no insurance, and the family is asking for assistance with funeral expenses. Anyone inte rested in as sisting the family should con tact Harmon's Funeral Home at (813) 626-8600. We the family of Mrs. Hazel H. Everett Derr, would like to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation. We are grateful for all of the love, kindne s and thoughtful gestures of sympathy given to us in our time of bereavement. To our many friends, and funeral home friends alike, please know mere words cannot express how much we thank you for the beautiful flowers, wonderful food prepared and words of support shown us you caret Special thanks to: Raymond Anderson, M. Edwin Carroll and La Cheryl Aikens, who were the Funeral Directors which conducted the service of triumph. Our thanks also to: the staff of Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, Aikens Funeral Home, Charlow Funeral Home (Plant City), Creal Funeral Home (St. P te), Swann Funeral Home (Sebring), Smith Funeral Home (St. Pete), Gudes Funeral Home, Epps Mortuary (Lake Wales), Ray Williams Funeral Horne, Harmon Funeral Home, Marion Funeral Horne (Avon Park), Westside Funeral Home (Palmetto), Wilson Funeral Home, Rest Haven Memorial Park staff, Mona Lisa Monuments and Annette's Monuments. Many thanks to: Elder Larry Sykes and St. Luke MB MRS. HAZEL H EVERETI DERR 'A Phenomenal Woman Church (Plant City), Rev. James Sykes and Mt. Zion AM.E Church (Mulberry), Allen Chapel AME Church family (M lbourne), Greater Mt. Moriah PB Churdl family, Anthony "Butch" Pryor, Organist, solo ts, Mildred W'mg;ate, Lisa Hale and James Charlow, Jr. We thank all who shared in the celebration of the Phenomenal Woman." Whatever your part, thank you for taking time to share our heartfelt memories and may God's blessinp be upon you always! Sincerely: Ronald, Brenda, Kenneth, Earl and the entire Derr and McAllister families. BETIY SUE CARROLL Sept. 8, 1936-Junes, 2010 A l oving mother. From your children: Sue, Mary, Vna, Willie, Jesse, Terry, Michael and Anthony. 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606

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Gun lisp avad It Two Bus b-Cop sentenced Stops lands 41n Jail For Tax Fraud A federal judge sentenced a Three East Tampa schools were on modified lockdown Wednesday morning as police searched the neighborhoods for armed suspects. Police were searching for men who reportedly approached students at two bus stops. According to the Tampa PoJjce Pepartment, a black, 'Ford F-250 truck, containing at least three young men pulled up to a bus stop at N. 43rd Street and Grove, around 6:50 a.m. As Armwood High School students were waiting for the bus, one of the suspects and displayed a gun. The suspects then fled the scene. One of the students called 9-1-1 and reported the incident to police. One of the victims was able to provide a name of a possible suspect to police. The second incident of displaying the gun allegedly took place at N. 42nd Street and E. Palifox a short time later. Officers in the area were given a description of the truck and began searching surrounding neighborhoods. As the search was underway, James Elementary School, Williams Middle School, and Gary Adult School were placed on modifiedlockdown. Officer Bryan Perry was on patrol when he observ.ed a vehicle matching :the description of the suspect vehicle near New First Union Missionary Baptist Church o E. Chelsea. The driver of the truck observed Officer Perry and sped off at a high rate of speed. A short time later, Officer Perry, who was not the suspects, discovered the truck flipped on its side at N. 38th Street and E. Louisiana Avenue a short time later. All of the suspects abandoned the vehicle and ran. Two of the suspects were caught immediately and a third was caught a short time later. Around 7:50 a.m., police received a 9-1-1 call of a suspicious person. Upon arrival, they discovered that the suspect matched the description of a person involved in the earlier offense and took him into custody. Policelnvestuatinu Shootings As A Murder-Suicide EUGENEAGBEBAKUAnd INGRID AGBEBAKU CLEARWATER-Clearwater Police are investigating the deaths of a Wesley Chapel couple as a murder-suicide. At 3:45 a. m. Tuesday, police received a call of shots UNCLE SANDY ... Some bad decisions 1, 4, 7, 12 can never be 14, 17, 20, 25 forgiven or made good by 31, 34, 40, 44 another bad decision 48, so, 55. 57 fired at 1279 Abbey Crescent Lane. When police arrived, they found Eugene Agbebaku, 33, and his wife, Ingrid Agbebaku, 32, dead from gunshot wounds. The subsequent investiga tion revealed that the couple was going through a divorce and were scheduled to go to court the day of the shootings. Detectives said it appears Eugene came to Clearwater armed, broke into the condominium where his wife was staying with her grandmoth er, shot and killed her. He left the residence and shot himself in front of a unit where his wife's parents lived. Eugene Agbebaku had an arrest history in Polk County, and a Russian-made assault rifle was found at the scene. DEVIN SAMPSON Akanfi Pratt, 18, and Mark Rivera, 20, were arrested and charged with resisting arrest without vio lence. Rivera, who was also charged with violation of probation, is being held without a bond. Pratt paid a $500 bond and was released. Devin Sampson, 17, and Chris Thomas, Jr., 19, were both charged with 13 counts of aggravated assault with a firearm, resisting arrest without violence. Thomas was also charged with resisting arrest without violence, fleeing to elude, and resisting arrest without violence. He was injured and was treated at a local hospi tal for a head injury. Thomas has no bond and is being held the Hillsborough County Jail. Sampson, who is a juvenile, was processed at the Juvenile Assessment Center. Police said there were at least 13 victims, and possibly more at the bus stops. Some of the students went to school when their bus arrived. The investigation is continuing. Suspect sought In Bar Shooting BARRY MARSHALL .. shot during fight outside KoKo's Lounge. Tampa Police are searching for a suspect in a shooting at a bar early Thursday. According to reports, 29year-old Barry Marshall was shot at KoKo's Lounge, 5110 North 40th Street. Police said a fight started at the lounge as it was closing, and a bouncer forced the group to leave. The fight spilled into the parking lot, where Marshall was shot in the abdomen. Marsha11 was transported to a local hospital, and no information was released on his condition. Detectives interviewed wit nesses and are working to find the suspect. former police officer to federal prison time. He must also pay nearly a million in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service District Judge Mary S. Scriven sentenced Dana Brown, 37, of Ocala, to 6 years and 5 months in federal prison for conspiracy to make false claims, aggravated identity theft, and exceeding authorized access to a protected computer with intent to defraud. The court also ordered Brown to pay $874,319 35 in restitution. Brown pled guilty on December 20, 2011. According to court documents, in 2010 and 2011, Brown was a patrol officer for the Ocala Police Department. As part of his employment as a law enforcement officer, Brown had access to the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Driver and Vehicle Information Database ("DAVID"). DAVID allows law enforcement officers to retrieve driver and vehicle information for official law enforcement purposes. Brown was acquainted with Riad Sulaiman, owner of Empire Street Wear, a clothing store located in Tampa. Brown was aware that Sulaiman was in possession DANA BROWN fonner Ocala Police Officer of fraudulently obtained U. S. Treasury tax refund checks in the names of various individu als. Sulaiman elicited the help .,.. of Brown, because of his 6 access to the data base, to gain :::u access to personal identifying a inf ormation. )lo Brown knowingly and will-ingly entered into an agree-z ment with Sulaiman and :! supplied personal identifying Z information of Florida Driver J!! License holders for the pur-m pose of negotiating the fraud-? ulently obtained Treasury rchecks. Brown was to be paid 5% of the face value of z each Treasury check. ., Brown was arrested in C: October 2011. The case was part of (i; Operation Rainmaker investi gation. Store Manager Convicted On Gun Charge A jury convicted a 37-year old store manager of being a felon in possession of a firearm this week. Reem Faria, who was indicted in December 2011 is facing a maximum of 10 years in fed eral prison. He will be sentenced Septemb er 24 2012 According to court records Faria operated several Tampa area businesses, including Suit World Urban City Clothing ("Suit World "), in Tampa. During the execution of a federal search warrant that was conducted as part of Operation Rainmaker at Suit World, on September 1, 2011. Police recovered a Taurus .38 Special revolver, three rounds of ammunition REEMFARIA and approximately $10,490 in cash. Faria told agents that he kept a gun under the counter for protection. Faria has pre vious felony conviction. Man Pleads Guiltv In 011 Crash That Killed Four PINELLAS COUNIY-The man accused of being drunk and allegedly under the influ ence of drugs when he drove his car through an intersec tion and caused a crash that killed four people pleaded guilty to Dill manslaughter. On Tuesday, Demetrius Jordan avoided a trial b y pleading guilty to four counts of DUI manslaughter and one count of serious bodily injury The crash, that occurred August 1, 2010, killed E I r o y McConnell, 51, and sons, Elroy, III, 28; Nathan, 24, and Kelly, 19. DEMETRIUS The father JORDAN and sons were vacationing in the area with their families.

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'FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY JUNE 8 20 1 2 B Trinitv CME Church Celebrates 11st Anniversarv And Homecoming Trinity Christian Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church celebrated its 71st Church Anniversary and Homecoming on May 20, 2012. The theme was "Standing On The Promises Of God." Among the parishioners and guests in attendance were members of the CME College of Bishops, who were in town for their retreat. The worship service began with Praise and Worship by the Praise Team of Keeney United Methodist Church. The Worship Leader was Otella Lowe, of Faith Temple M. B. Church. Also on the program were: Vaughn Beal, Patrick Davis, Mother Imogene Richardson, Mighty Men of Valor, Gwen Hayes, Ernest Upson (Regional Lay President), Sylvester Benjamin Baisden, Patrick Davis sang a solo. Debora Wiggins, Rev. Dr. Lionel G. Walker, Presiding Elder, Pastor Carlos and Lynne Sims, Betty Knowles and Gloria, Shirley Ward, who introduced her husband, the guest speaker, and sang the hymn of consecra tion ( Walk With Me Lord'). Bishop Leonard L. Ward, Pastor of Pilgrim Christian Universal Church, Ft. Lauderdale, was the guest speaker. He spoke from Luke 2:29, "There's No Business Like God's Business." Rev. Joe Johnson and Lady Joyce Johnson gave words of gratitude, and Bishop Teresa Snorton, Presiding Prelate, gave the closing remarks. Dinner was served after worship service. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Otella Lowe was the Worship Leader. Donna Douglas, left, President of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., presented Bishop Snorton a gift from the sorority. Mr. and Mrs. James (Joanna) Tokley, members of Trinity, were in attendance. The College of Bishops of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (CME) along with several of their spouses were in Tampa for a retreat. In addition to worshipping with Tampa's Trinity CME Church, Reverend Joe Johnson, Pastor, the group traveled to St. Petersburg on May 23, 20.12, to Stewart-lsom Memorial CME Church to conduct a For Uplift Service." Presiding Bishop Teresa Snorton, the first female bishop of the college, conducted the service. Bishops who attended service at Trinity for their 71st anniversary were from left: Bishop Ronald M. Cunningham (nth District), Bishop Godwin Umoette (toth District), Bishop James Walker (9th District), Bishop Thomas Brown, Sr., (4th District), Bishop Sylvester Williams, Sr., (2nd District), Bishop Snorton (5th District), Senior Bishop Thomas Hoyt (7th District), Bishop William Graves (Ret.), Bishop Henry Williamson, Sr., (8th District), Bishop Othal Lakey (Ret.), and Bishop Lawrence Reddick, III, (tst District). The Presiding Elder is Dr.lionel Walker. Debra Wiggins, of Holsey Temple CME Church, read the scripture Lady Shirley Ward of Ft. Lauderdale introduced her husband as guest speaker. Gloria Sylvester was one of those who lifted the offering. Rev. and Mrs. Joe (Joyce, Program Chair) Johnson, left, and Presiding Elder Rev. Dr. and Mrs. lionel (Terri) Walker, with the Presiding Prelate, Bishop Teresa Snorton, center. Missionary Alice Sumes, of Holsey Temple CME Church, was one of the visitors. Lynne Sims and her husband, Pastor Carlos Sims sang a solo. Mother Imogene Richardson gave the welcome and occasion. Rev. L. L. Ward was the guest speaker.

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i Salutatorian Encourages Organization Donates Computers To Adult raduates .., Others To Be The Best a: LL. BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Determination is a pow erful motivator. In fact, a person's level of determina tion can mean the difference between success and failure. Josie Little is the Salu tatoria.n at Academy of Holy Names, graduating with a grade point average of 5-13. She is the daughter of Judge Perry and Mrs. Sonjia Little, and a member of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. JOSIE LITI'LE Salutatorian Academy Of Holy Names throughout her high school years. Josie has Auto Immune Disorder an illness that drains her energy. She has been accepted and will attend Cornell Uni versity in Ithaca, New York. Josie plans to double major in Economics and Political Science. Her goal is to seek a career in finance, but she also 0 has an interest in law. It is an ambitious goal for o any young adulf. But, being rated second in her graduat> ing class is not the only thing C:C that makes J osie outstandThis resulted in her not being able to attend classes and she often missed several days. However Josie said, "I was able to attend enough to interact with my teachers, and there were times that it could be difficult, she said. 0 en w ::;) .... i'i 0 w J: en :::i m ::;) a. z ffi ...I ...I ::;) m ...I w z w en 4( 0 a: g LL. ing. In addition to the disci pline it takes to make the type of grades Josie earned, she battled an illness Josie took advantage of the latest technology and emailed her assignments from home. And, by not giv ing up, she not only accom-DREAM BIG ACHIEVE BIG CAREER TRAINING IN: > Medical Assistant > Basic X-ray Technician > Medical Office Assi stant >Surgical Techno logy LINCOLN IS A PARTNER IN YOUR SUCCESS AND OFFERS: >Convenient day and e veni n g dasse s > Fina n cial aid f o r those who q ualify > Career p lacement assistance upon graduation SCHE D ULE A CAM P U S T O U R TODAY 800.790.0128llincolnTech.com 8800 PARK BLVD. SEMINOLE, FL 33777 For student consumer information visit: ....ww.UncolnEdu .con'\l'consumerinfo plished he r goal of graduat ing with honors, she ex ceeded it by being chosen the Salutatorian. She also was a National Achievement Finalist, a member of the Science Na tional Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honor Society), and anAP Scho l ar. Josie also served as the National Forensic League President, the President of the National Honor Society, and a member of the Beta Club. And, Josie still found time to serve as the Assistant Editor of the Ach o n a, the school's newspaper, and the Excursions, which is the school's literary magazine. Rather than worry about the things she couldn't do, Josie concentrated her focus on the things that she could do. Her advice to others who may be battling a condition that sometimes creates ob stacles, J osie said, "There is light at the end of the tunnel. Accept your limitations, but sometimes push yourself to the best of your ability." LEARN MORE 71/104&1R011Z Two of the four students who received the computers were Ms. Gloria Cand.amil, left, a Spanish GED student, who received the DELL Award and Ms. Sarai Garcia who received the Principal's Award. BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During the month of April, schools ranging from kinder garten to college began hold ing graduation ceremonies. Last week, schools throughout the bay area began holding their respective graduation ceremonies. While the students were ex cited about receiving their diplomas, some were excited abOut another event. On Thursday May 31st Gary Adult High School held their graduation ceremony. During the presentation Members in the CMG IT For ward Civic Justice Corps pre sented four students with computers. The computers were presented to students chosen by the staff at the school in the categories of Principal's Award, two Turnaround Students, and Dell Award. Ms. Gl oria Candamil, a Spanish GED student, re ceived the DELL Award. Ms. Sarai Garcia received the Principal's Award. Deantre Kelly and Jadian Zeides were chosen as the Turnaround Awards recip ients. The IT Forward Justice Corps members completely refurbished the computers presented to the students as a S ervice Learning Project. The Corps memb ers also provided training and computers to so members of the Salvation Army Transitional Living pro gram. Their other projects in cluded, installing networking and computers for a new computer lab at the Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, as well as the creation of web conferencing user guides for use by othe r C ivic Justice Corps Grant recipients. The IT Forward Civic Justice Corps Program is a United States Department of Labor funded initiative serving youth ages 18-2 4 who have been involved in the State of Florida Department of Juve nile Justice within the previ ous 12 months. It operates under a grant issued to Computer Mentors Group, Inc., founded by Ralph Smith, Executive Director, in 1997. Corps members work 32 hours per week during an eight-month tour. Their goal is to become computer profes sionals. In addition to master ing computer skills, the young adults work to achieve other milestones in their lives such as earning aGED, completing requirements for the IC3 and A+ certifications, and com pleting 450 hours of service learning projects. Organization To Host Event For Area Teachers One June 8th beginning at 6 p. m., Team Marti-Maceo Incor porated will be hosting an "End Of The Year" event for all ofthe educators in Hillsborough County. The event will be held at the Cuban Hall Patio i226 ast 7th Aven ue, and Randall C will be the DJ. The group hosting the event said they wanted to give the teach ers a place to gather where they would all be comfortable and safe. They also wanted somewhere for teachers to go who don't like bars or lounges. There will be plenty of parking available, and the general pub lic is also invited to attend.

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You! LllllWhi'S Turnlna' FAITH And HEAVEN SAMA.JAAnd SAMORIE Happy birthday Double Trouble. The twins will be celebrating Saturday with family and friends. Be there or be square. Love, Mom. DRAYANNAH Wis h i n g m y P rincess DraYannah, a happy 2 nd birthd ay. W e all love you! Love, mommy, da d dy and f amily. f-Dik.W lJ-ir .......... www.tw1ttercom1 FLSENTINEI 8 \.::5 Sarah Dawkins with family and friends on the Yacht Starship on Mother's Day, May 13, 2012, who included: Porrie Burkies, Taniyah Smith, Shalicia James, Kaytrina James, Cheryl Howard, Ms. Dawkins, Chiffon Pratt, Diana Vickers, Lele Burkies, Lisa Burkes and Steve Allen. On May 12, 2012, my mother, Sarah Dawkins celebrated her seventy-fifth birthday with family and friends. On Mother s Day, she was surprised with a brunch cruise on the Yacht Starship from her daughter, Chiffon Pratt. Ia IV Birthday JEROME Wishing you a happy birth day, Jerome. From your kids and family. We love you. Conuratulad ns 2112Grad APOLEON 'POLO MAN' MOORE Cong r atulat i on s to Polo, who s graduating toda y from Blak e High School. You've made it Polo and we are very proud of you. Love sister and family. Ill llrthdll m m :0 -< WENDELL L. -4 RIVERS 6-9 fg )> Happy 31st birthday to my brother, Cuddy Luv. z From, Bg and the family. C 'TI IIIII Blrth_d_av:......__ .............................. ===.. i Happy birthday to our first born, Zayin Elyab Warren. Zay Zay, mommy and daddy love you.

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fi All About You! c LL c z ct c CJ) w ::::) ... Balllld 42nd Wadding Anntvarsarv, 10111,1910 RAYFORD, JR. And ANNIE ALLEN Asking God to continue blessing us with love, health and life, Rayford. Jr. and Annie Allen. 1rlaln Adlh Sclllll e ISS 012012' SYLV1AJOHNSON w ri To everybody that thought I wouldn't make it ... looks like I have c fooled you again!! Like to gjve thanks to the Lord A1mighty for blessing me. CJ) Next, I would like to thank my family for standing by my side. :::i And to my special friend, I would like to say thanks for never doubting me and standing by my side. 0.. I will not stop here. In upcoming months, I will be furthering my Z education at Erwin Tech to become an LPN. r:: j Tlml#1 ::::) m _, w z w CJ) c c a: 0 ii BIG BOSS And UL BOSS w CJ Happy birthday, Jay' den. f From, your father, Wendell. HIPDJ lnniVIrsarv MR. And MRS. DAJURYL(PHYLLIS) ROGERS To my lovely wife Phyllis, I would like to take this time to thank you for a wonderful 10 years of marriage; what God has joined together let no man put asunder. Thank you Baby and I love you. "Happy anniversary. Your loving husband, Darryl. IPPV Blnhdav #t MS. SMILEY Oops, I did it again. Self ex planatory. Love me. STRY VISIT US ONLINE FLSENTIN EL.COM FLS ENTINELNOW.COM June 7th Twenty five years, yes 25 wonderful, blessed and awesome years. God has blessed our love and marrjage. As our theme song quotes, "And I will love you so for always." MARLON JACKSON, JR. Congratulations to Marlon Jackson, Jr., who will be graduating from Kings Kids Christian Academy on June 10, 2012. Congratulations to Marlon for maki.rig the Honor Roll and getting Perfect Attendance. Marlon will be having a big graduation bash with family and friends. We love you: mommie; your brothers, Ul Jeno, Rickey and Julian; and your sister, Yasmen! eonaramladons Young woman, my daughter, my joy and my heart! Tshambria, you've reached the end, only to find a new start. Graduation is only a concept In real life everyday you graduate Graduation is a process that goes on until the last day of your life. If you can grasp that, you'll make a difference! Love always, your mother, Sherry Jackson. ****'* We are so proud of you Tshambria!! It has been a blessing to see you transition from childhood to womanhood. TSHAMBRIA ROBINSON We wish you much success in moment to cherish all that you your future endeavors, and we have accomplished thus far know this world will be a better and we pray that God will con-place because of you!! tinue to bless you you tran-Much love, Auntie sition to adulthood. Chastity and Uncle PeeWee. Continue to develop a pas-- sian for learning and you will To a special niece and never cease to grow. cousin. .. graduation is a special Love, Uncle Pete, Auntie Lynn and family.

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________________________________________________ 5111 Ira e Graduate Batra's c.. DEMETRIA A. WILSON 90sBabV &Months Old CHIZYAnd FLAVA Love, mom! lllllWhi'S Tumlna4 DADDY And mSGIRLS We would like to wish our daughter a happy 4th birthday. Four years ago, we were blessed with you and we are grateful to have you in our lives. Happy birthday, Ro'Nisha. Love, mommy and daddy. Shout outs are going to Demetria, who graduated from the fifth grade (V.O.E.A.) on 6/4/12, with family by her side. Demetria, we are very proud of you for all of your accomplishments during the school year. Continue to believe in yourself and reach for the stars. Love you always: mom mie, Desmene, Nanna, auntie and uncles. 2012 Grad ate, College Bound CHAD (C. W.) LUCKEY AND SHANIYAH TOWNSEND At Prom (Philadelphia) SMILEY Twenty-nine (29) and still holding. The older I get, the younger I look. What you know about that? ... ..... .... .... ::.c.;.b, ,J,.. _..,., .. :-. '="' 1. ,_,.,. ;.:.; MS.JHANE' ANTIONETTE SMITH Now that you re celebrating your graduation day, your whole life is ahead of you. Let the Lord lead the way. Just trust Him to guide you, in His divine and perfect will. If you pray and read His Holy Word, His plan you will fulfill. Love you. Love, mom, dad and family. MR. And MRS. DARRYL (PHYLLIS) ROGERS A happy birthday shout out to my beautiful and loving wife, Mrs. Phyllis R. Rogers on June 9th, who will indeed be another year older. Happy birthday, Sweetie Pie. "From, your Hubby, Darryl. P.S. I love you. ANGRY BIRD MIOSHA AndJAMAAL Happy birthday to my lim ited addition, Brendan Jordan Simpson. It's going down Angry Bird style in the West. See you there. JAMAAL AndMIOSHA c: z m !" ... Happy birthday to "my Lady" Miosha, June 8th. Jamaal, Absunta. Jovan and Erick love you and wish you many more, Sweetie. c r ..... .. : :: : i "" > .... t. ,. call Or. Cross Now. 1 800 !>!Jf 116! lo lllree -thent is help tor you. Loss of a ICNed one, bad:-luclc:, sidmess, job problems. You can be helped 0 1 ROO 1/G I Dr. en. can he_, you WIM all otherl have filled.

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God's Sta danl If living For His People In life many people adopt Frank Sinatra's theme, "I did it my way" to live their lives. When people live, the way they want to live there is no set standard for living a quality life among others. for it! God just asks you to leave something for those who are less fortunate. You don't have to take it all. There are some people in the world who are opportunist; they take advantage of any and every opportuni ty. The unfortunate act of an opportunist is when a person takes advantage of a person with disabilities. God establishes a standard of living for His people to ensure life is of good quali ty. Some people read the laws of God as rigid bound aries that limit the quality of life. Leviticus 19:9-18, 33-37 provides the stan-dard of living expected to be e shown towards one another. e: Verses nine and ten Q establish provision for those who are poor and less fortu nate. Although the person planted the vineyard and may have wealth, God instructs them to intentionally leave something for those who are poor. Yes it is yours! Yes, you worked hard God instructs them not to curse the deaf or put a stumbling block in front of a blind man (vs. 14). The people would do things to people who were deaf and/or blind creating major problems for them. The standard established is do no harm to a person who cannot fend for him or herself. :;) D. z ffi ..J ..J :;) m ..J w z The latter part of that verse says, "fear your God." For some people there has ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue, T 8JT1)8, FL (Qmer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave,) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP ......, Eddllltztit, Sr. Pastor WEBO.Y WCJRSIII SCIIBIULE SIIIIIIJ: 8:00 A. M Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday Schooi/Oriertation 10:45 WorshiP service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Prayer w.eible Study Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner city reachingout to the ccmmooily bymirJstemgtothe whole man." OUtrea::h Ministry: NOAH COMMlJ'.JrrY, It-e./ I-O.JSE OF LYDIA ___ ....... PASrOR AUIIIEY llWIIRI to be a greater reason to treat people right. The rea son established by God is to fear Him. Fearing Him does not mean that you should be in terrified fear. But it can also mean to respect Him. Therefore, we should treat those with disabilities with respect out of respect for God. Some people show favoritism toward the poor while others lean toward the rich. This is not right or fair. God says that you should not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the rich (vs. 15). God simply wants fairness to be shown towards all people. Verse 16 provides instructions for neighbors. He says do not slander your neighbor or do anything that will put your neighbor in danger. As a neighbor you should not say things that are not truthful or will cause your neighbor prob lems. Unfortunately, in life there will be people who wrong you and treat you badly. You cannot be responsible for how people treat you, but you are responsible for how you respond. God admonishes His people not to seek revenge or bear a lEW MT. ZICIIM. B. CIIJRCH, Ill:. 2511 E. Columbus rx. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Emeritus Eaty 'Nashtl-7fb A.M. Slllday Maring Wastip-9:30A.M. Manng -1o:55 A.M. Wed Family ttjjlt 7 P M For Transportation C811 (813)486-7890 Dea. Kelvin DeCcuaey Ohaiman, 0ea(li()M' Mini grudge but to love one another (vs. 18). When people start loving one another there will not be any reason to hold a grudge or hate! God further makes provisions for the alien. The alien is a person who comes to live among you and is not native to your area. When new people move in, treat them with love. When a person joins your church S:\li\T J : \:\1 ES \ \1.1 : CIIURCII OF PRO(;RESS \ I 1.1.:\(; 1:. l :'\ ('. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-2411 Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Church School-8:45 A. M. Morning Worship Service 10:15A.M. Bible Study ults &: Children 6:soP.M. Growth And Sharing God' s Love Worshi p Opportunities SUN Sunday School 9 :30A. M Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW 6 :00 P M Evening Worship 7 :00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M include them in the plans and activities as if they were born a member. Finally, God instructs to keep all His laws and decrees (vs. 37). The people of God must not live according to just some of the decrees, but must follow all. When we adopt God's standards as a rule, we will have a better outcome and make the world a better place to live. FIIST UP11ST CHURCH OF PROIRESS VI.LA8E 8722 Progress Blvd., Tatlll' FL 33619 Church Off10e: (813) 677-1948 Pastor s Otfioe: (813) 672-0389 Aeademy0ff10e : (813) 6n-s988 Fax: (813) 6720514 E-Mall: lboopvtampabay.rr.oom Sunday-9:45A.M. Aid & Voultll Chlchn Tueeclay 11 AM. NY Wednelday 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7:JIJ P.M. Aid A s..lle Camcu I' F lilh Bible lnl!tllia "
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,. States Army and is stationed June Birthdays Birthstone: Pearl Flower: Rose Happ y birthday to the June celebrants: Sharon McBride-Johnson, Devin Cole, Jessica A. Barr, Kia Williams, Saraya Williams, Silicy Sanders (6 /21), Demarcus Kirkland (6/17), Carolyn Burney ( 6 /11), Bob Anthony (6 /13), Robert Anthony (6/18 mem.), Shane Anthony, Sr. (6/15), Denise White (Fox 13 News), Monica Uttlejohn and Kolbe Reeves, Sr. Anniversary Happy anniversary to Wayne and Erin Sweat of Clarkston, GA. They celebrated another year of marital bliss on June 4. 2012. Belated Birthdays Happy belated birthday to Mrs. Donnie Mosley of High Springs, FL, who cele brated another natal day on May 31st. May the Lord con tinue to bless you with many more birthdays. A belated birthday wish is s e nt to Nigeria McDaniels, who celebrated h er 31st birthday on June tst. Love and wishes sent from Naye. A happy belat e d birthday wish is also extended to Cheryl Everett-Marion. Her special day was May "jh. She celebrated with family and friends. Her family wishes her many more. Sick And Shut-Ins Let us continue to pray for the sick and shut-ins: James Wiggs, Van Scott, Phyllis Akes, Marjorie Guest, Archie Mae Wright, the Philon family, Alfonso Lee, Roger Humphrey, Eloise Leeks, Darlene Use, Mattie Mills, Bob Anthony, and Ms. Shirley I CHURCH DIRECTORY I NEW BEGINNING CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD, INC. Email: bilbopandrew5fJiw.oom SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M Moming Service 1 1 :3 0 A. M Evenin g Service-7:30 P. M B ibl Study -Tuesday Evening B i b l B and 7 : 30 P M Thursday Evening -YP'WVV 7:30 P .M. 1 s t And 3 rd fTiday E v en in g Women' s Outreah Minist ry -7 : 30 P. M MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr c. T. Dtdand, Pastor Tel: (813} 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.oom Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. .----MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1STSU AYS 5 PM -Fanity Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-lord's 1UESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bille Study 7 PM -Youth Bille Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org Andersen (Canada). Sympathy Progress Village is griev ing for Mr. David Shedrick's family, a long time Villager and coach for little league baseball. He will be greatly missed and the family remains in our prayers. Condolences are ex tended to the entire Davis family in the loss of their fa ther, Mr. Willie Davis. Remember that Earth hath no sorrow that Heaven can t h eal. May the Lord c omfort and strengthen each of you during your time of bereavement College Graduate On Sunday, May 20, 2012, one of Progress Village's own, Jamil Akin Crews, participated in the 162nd commencement graduation event at the University Of Bucknell in Lewisburg, PA. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Busi ness Administration. Attending this event from Tampa was: Patricia Johnson (mother), James and Jan Crews (father and stepmother), Young John son, Sr. (grandfather), Rosalind Burgman (god-Sunday School-9:45a. m Morning Worship -11 a m Even ing Worship 5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7 :30 p m Vis i tors Are Welcome! ELIBl 'IIOMAS J. Pastor Earty Morning Worship -8 A M Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:50 A.M. Bible Study ed. -7 P.M. THE PUBliC IS INVITED mother), Barbara J. Johnson, Unda Edwards, and Ernestine Trice (aunts), and Robyn Patrick, Roshona Andrews and Nikki (cousins). On May 27, 2012, a cele bration with family and friends was held by family members at the home of Robyn and Patrick Andrews in Palm River. Entering Law School Congratulations to A. J. Jones for being accep t ed to Florida A&M Law School. He s the son of Tanya and Eugene Perry of Val rico, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest (Katherine) Clark of Progress Village. Congratulations Congratulations to Anjane Wright, 'Student of the Week' at Rampello Downtown Partnership mentary School. Keep up the good work! Military Promotion Kamaya Jeffrey was re cently promoted from Private to Specialist. She serves in the United in Texas, with her husband, ;,c Charles "Chuck" Jeffrey, E Jr. ifi Thought For Today "The golden opportunity you are seeking is in your self, it is not in your environ ment. It is not luck or chance, it is not the help of others, it is in yourself alone. Scripture (2 Corinthians 4:18) "While we look not at the things which are seen but the things which are not seen, for the things which are seen are temporal but the things which are not seen are eternal." F.Y.I. Q) .... flo) ,. God bless President 6 Barack Obama and faniily. ::u And also keep in your prayers, our troops, the veterans and other servants in JR the community. Remember your helper in i the kitchen, Shu-Lon's m Kitchen 813-741-9700 :; Call your news into Glo-c ria McNair-.Johnson at 813-735. z c: m 1: (/) ::t m c m C! 10.11==---- Ia. I 14.11 m (/) c BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .. .. 11 A.M. Evening Worship ....7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7 :30P.M. IISIOPMimEW .,11 .. astor a Clllnll Wl&en 1111l.ole Of lod Flows And 1111 Ho1J &bolt IIIII Full CGnlloL c ., c C) m ...... I m

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c iC LL. c z 4( c (/) w :::;) .... rt w > w c w :c (/) ::i m :::;) I:L z _, _, :::;) m June 10, 2012 3:00 P.ll Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptlat 4202 w .. t Nauau St Tampa, postle Gregory L. Anderson Conference Host & Senior Pastor KeyDote Speaka: Oueat Speaker Cai813..J73-49001(912) 223-2794 or visit www.patbwaytochrbt.og to pordlase tickets & adclltlonallnfonnatlon Cost: $3S !fndudts lunch) r.1t ZIOn Atnc;-m r.1ethod1St Ep1SC0p0 1 Church Of Port 7401 KIMimn ... St. t...,. 33118 118111n8 AclciNM: P. 0 Box 11027 T.mpe 135tM027 123rl 'Birthday &' Church Sunday, June 10, 2012 Local Trip To Nation's Capitol Beneficial To local Activist BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer West Tampa activist, Dwight Bolden, traveled to Washington, D.C. a week ago with other family members to see his grand-niece graduate from high school. l;lowever, Bolden figured since he was in the nation's Capitol, he could get some in sight into his efforts to stop the plans to tear down the North Boulevard Homes Complex. "I tried setting up appointments with representatives from HUD in their Capital Building Fund Department, and to meet with U.S. Representative Kathy Castor," said Bolden. "I later discovered Rep. Castor was in Tampa, but she did allow me to meet with one of her aides who deals with housing. The meeting went great." DWIGHT BOLDEN Bolden said he's not at liberty to discuss any details about the meeting at this time, and he's waiting on a response from Rep. Castor's office. "One piece of information I left Washington D.C. with is the process the Tampa Housing Authority has to employ before any public housing complex is razed. "I had previously sought to meet with T.H.A. CEO, Jerome Ryans, but now I don' t think that would be appropriate." Bolden, who is a member of the West Tampa Commu nity Group, said he would like Ryans and his staff to meet with the group. Bolden said he does nothing without first contacting the WTCG, and he' s happy to announce they are celebrating their first anniversary as a community organization. "We have a meeting scheduled for Wednesday June 13th, and we hope to have a plan to present to T.H.A and HUD ," said Bolden. A call was made to the administrative offices ofT.H.A., and they said they have not re ceived a request for a meeting with the West Tampa group, but Ryans has occasionally spoken to Bolden about the group' s plans. Belmont Heights Estates Welcomes New Resident President Over the past five years, there has been turmoil at Belmont Heights Estates. At the root of the problem was an agreement among residents on who will represent them as the Resident Association dent. Belmont Heights Estates Security Director, Bill Sims, said he's happy to announce that Ms. Ola Vene Alexander has unanimously been named the new president. Ms. Alexander is a Tampa native and 1956 graduate of Middleton High School. She recently retired after spending 15 years working in Springfield, Massachusetts and Baltimore, Maryland. When she returned to her hometown, she moved into B.H.E, and has been a resident since December 2011. "I have a lot of things I'd like to initiate as the presi dent, said Ms. Alexander. "I'd like to introduce sewing; water-robics, and line dance to the residents, along with other activities. I also think light travel outings would be great." Ms. Alexander said one priority will be to start a Bible study group with all three phases of B.H.E. I want to introduce something called "humb lism to the residents," said Ms. Alexander. "It is an effort where we exchange different things with our neighbor, like massages. It will show how you feel about your neighbor. I'm also push ing adult education and we will have free classes on computer literacy." Ms. Alexander said she welcomes suggestions from the residents on implementing other programs, and when it comes to security, they have to look out for each other. "I am going to establish a rapport with the Tampa Poli ce Department's District 3 Headquarters, especially in dealing with teenagers and young adults loitering in the area. "Some residents have the green no trespassing stickers on their windows, and I'd like to see them on all the windows. We've even discussed turning BHE into a gated community. Ms. Alexander said BHE is a beautiful area and they must help each other and the police to keep it that way. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@jlsen tinel.com. GET UP GET RMON SERI HAVE TO ONlY 7:30am, *10:00am, & 12:00pm MAKE YOUR liFE COUNT lmpair.d Availclble .... 38 N. 29TH STREET I I TAMPA, Ft. n_\)\' 813.248.6600 I lwww.fbcch.org \1 J Dr. S Evan Burrows, Sr. Pastor

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Local Triple I Men's Contarence: RecaPIUring The d, lean, Home The 3rd TRIPLE H Men's Conference will be held on Saturday, June 23, 2012 9 A. M.-12 P. M. at the College Hill Conference Center, 1002 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. This year's conference presenter is Dr. Kenneth Atwater, Ph.D., President, Hillsborough Community College. The TRIPLE H Conference DR. KENNETII A1WATER .. Conference Presenter AIIHigh Schools On 'Best High Schools' list In 1998, Jay Mathews began ranking high schools using the Challenge Index. Each year, some of Hillsborough County's high schools earn respectable places in the top 100, and this year was no exception. Plant, Hillsborough, Robinson, and Steinbrenner all ranked in the top 100. However, this marks the first time all of the district's 27 traditional high schools were included, as well as Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate Charter High School. Plant High School led at 57th place, with Hillsborough ranked 62nd, Robinson following at 67th, and Steinbrenner rounding out the schools in the top 100 at 99th place. Steinbrenner High School's ranking in the top 100 is also notable because this is the first time the three-yearold school made the list. The ranking now is called America's Most Challenging High Schools, and is published by the Washington Post. The list previously was known as America's Best High Schools, and until last year was published by Newsweek. It was not published in 1999, 2001, 2002, or 2004. The high school Challenge Index is based on a formula that takes the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and college-level tests administered at a school divided by the number of graduating seniors. Hillsborough High has been listed in the top 100 every year the rankings were published, except 2003. Plant High has ranked in the top 100 every year since 2004. 2012 E. L Bing Beat The Heat 51 And 1-Mile Fun Run Hillsborough County's Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department will hold the E. L. Bing Beat the Heat 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run on Saturday, June 16. The 5K begins at 7:30a.m., and the 1-Mile Fun Run begins at 8:15 a.m. The competition will be held at the E. L. Bing Park, 7210 N. Taylor Road in Tampa. Participation in the 1-Mile Fun Run is free. There is a fee to participate in the 5K for adults and ages 18 and under. The first 75 registered runners will receive an event t-shirt. Registration can be done by mail, or on the day of the event at 6:30 a. m Mailed registrations should be submitted to Joe Soletti, All People's Life Center, 6105 E. Sligh Ave., Tampa, 33619. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the County Parks and the Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department. For more information, contact the Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department at 813-672-7881. was conceived as a vehicle to allow men of various ages and walks of life to come together and discuss ways to make a positive imprint within the community. Each year, for the past two years, the event has been very well attended and the committee is working hard to get the information out again this year. Elder Freddie F1ucker, Conference Chairman, and Elder Charles Davis, Pastor along with the men of the church are looking forward to another time of fellowship and dialog. A donation of $1o.oo includes a full breakfast. For further information, please call (813) 239-9525 or (813) 928-1302. Tel us..,,., ltwe ,_ dldfr In 25IJ typed wonl8 anti be,. fD .. dinner with dadl All ages are eligible to win! Essays accept8d by e-mail only before June 14, 5 P.M. 5end to www.Frultafallrt1nc0yaboo.com. Please Include the folowing on the essay: chld-s name, age, father's nane, and a contact number. Child & DaciiiiiSt be present to win. C8siJ prize for best custom car d best sound system (lnstlunental only), door prizes, free food and health screenings tool Vendors on sHe selling latest technology in the car Industry! Must register ycu chld(ren) and/or your car by calling 813-642-7223. design>pmt>IUdelbwcJrfgq:tlCs .can > a 13 990-U80

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111ss1onan See IPPIIcadons For Cldzen Boards And Councils Hillsborough County Commissioners are seeking residents to serve on several County citizen advisory boards and councils. Residents interested in seeking appointment must be registered voters in Hillsborough County. These are voluntary positions, and members serve without compensation. Applicants may apply to more than one board, but may only serve o n one board at a time. The deadline for applying is June 14, 2012. Appointments will be sched uled for a meeting of the Board of County Commissioners in July 2012 An applkation is available 0 in the Commissioners} z reception area on the secC ond floor of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in downtown Tampa; by calling the Boards and Councils Coordinator at 813-272-5826; or on the County's website at: www.hillsborPUBLIC LIBRARY BOARDthis 12 member Board works with the Board of County Commissioners regarding the operation of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System, including future planning and policy devel opments. Four terms are expiring. Terms are for three years. Positions are specified as one resident each from Districts 1, 2, 3 and 4 Please note that the new districts are in effect for these appointments. Appointment to this Board is contingent upon passing a criminal background check. Meeting schedule: Monthly, 4th Thursday, 4 p.m. For more information, contact Luann Finley, Director of Board Services, at 813-272-5826. oruanizadon Continues Enons To Restore WIMP Radio Station BYTAMECAJOHNSON Senwiel Freelance Writer There is a new plan in the works to bring back R&B, Classic Soul and Community Talk program ming to Tampa radio. The Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA) now plans to ask for help from Black business owners in the cemmunity. TOBA began leading the effort to revive a radio format similar to WI'MP when the station went off the air in September of last year, after 57 years of operation. Another media outlet has since taken over the station 's call letters, AM and FMdials. TOBA met with business, church and community leaders hoping to quickly fill the void left by the loss of WI'MP. The process has not progressed as quickly as some had hoped, but TOBA spokesman James Ransom says all is not lost. "TTBA is accustomed to .JAMES RANSOM working on projects that usually take a while to develop. For example, we were instrumental in the renaming of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. That took three years to complete. It took six to nine years for the development of the MLK Recreation Center in West Tampa. Sometimes things take a long time. They don't always happen overnight." TOBA will now take more aggressive steps as it moves forward. It plans to ATIY. CLINTON PARIS ask the top so Black-owned businesses in the Tampa area to consider investing in the revival of a local Black owned radio station. TOBA Board member, Attorney Clinton Paris says, "TOBA will also widen its appeal to broader media outlets that cover the 10county Bay Area region in an effort to reach others who may not have heard of the efforts thus far." TOBA has received a few donations from the general public. Those funds and others that are given will be managed by an African American-owned ; Certified Public Accounting firm. If the effort does not succeed, the money will be returned. The solution is for the community to stand up and come forward with financial support to make this happen," says TOBA Board member Veronica Johnson. TOBA encourages any one interested in supporting this project to send funds of any level, or a letter of interest to TOBA Economic Development Committee, P .O. Box 3485 Tampa, FL 33601. "To b e without the com munity format similar to what we had before is a great loss that many people want to restore," says Ransom. "TOBA will work to make it happen until we've exhausted every pos sibility."

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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 endof-book quizzes! Students can monitor their own progress through individual growth charts and teachers can track student progress through a personalized dashboard So what are you waiting for? Visit www.ChildrensBoard.org today and register your kids for this valuable tool that'll motivate them to become better more confident, li felong l earne r s Children's Board H IL LSBOROUGH COUNTY :!! c c.. c: z m N 0 ..... N m < m :a -< -1 c: m en c ,.. z c :!! c

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c Retirement Celebration Held For Three ducators At Sheehv A huge retirement celebration was held at Sheehy Elementary last week for three educators (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Sheehy principals, past and present are: (left to right) Carolyn Hill (past), Pat McCants, ( current), and Fontaine Marion (past). From left to right: Principal, Pat McCants, Honorees Dr. Rosa Jones, Mariette Hollingshed, U.. and Jacqueline Dennis enjoyed the evening c c f/) w :::) .... w > w c w ::1: f/) :::::i CD :::) ll. z ffi ...J ...J :::) CD ...J w z i= z w CD I N w NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED SERVICE & FARE CHANGES The Hil lsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) will bold corrummi ty meetings and a public hearing to discuss proposed service & &re changes. The public hearing will be held : Tuesday, Jwly 11, 1812, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. & 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. HART Admialstrative Oftiee Floricla!Tampa Room 1181 E. 7da A venae, Tampa, 33685 Tbe purpose of. the bearing is to give individuals and/or groups an opportunity to prc:sa1t their views and commeots regarding service & fare changes. Final n:commendati.oos will be on the agenda of the HART 8oerd of Directors at its July 16,2012 meeting. for implementation in November 2012 nteeday, JaM 12., ltll 5:30 ,.. ... p.a. Bnodoo Regional Service Cam 311 Pluls Drive, Bnodoo, 33511 Tbnday, Joe ltll ........... ......... ,,... HAirr BriUoo Plaza Trasfer Carter Hand out material ooly. 1'1lUIClay, JIIM ltll 'a.a. t.7a.a.-Hand out mataial ooly 5:15 p.m. te 7:31p.IL MOOid Zion Assembly of God 3005 Plaor City, 33565 'IWaday, Juae 19, ltll 6 ...... to8 a.m. & 4 p.-. to 6 p.m. HAirr West Tampa Transfer Center Hand out material ooly Wedaaday, Joe 20, 2012 5:30 p.-. to 7 p.lll. Regan Park Community Center 1200 E. Lake Avenue, Tampa. 33605 Wecbladay, JH lO, lOll ..... to 8 .... &: 3:30 p.a te 6 ,. .. North West Transfer Center Hand out material only 1'1lllnday, J.el1, llll 5:30 p.a to 7 p.a. SoutbSbore Regional Libary 15816 Beth Shields Way, Ruskin, 33573 Detailed proposed service and fare changes are available oo the HART website (www.goHART.org). Please contact HAKJ' if you require tbc infonnatioo ill an IICCCSSible format or oCbcf special accommodations. Comments are welcome and will be ealmld ao the l'tlCOid if received by 6 p.m on July 10, 2012. You can send us an o-mail at www goHAIIT.otg by clickiDg on "Contact U s", or write to : HART Service Development, AttD: 1201 E. FL. 3360S. Pursuant to Florida Statutes, if any penon decides to appeal any decision made by a locaJ Board. agency. or commission with respect to auy matter considered at a meeting or hearing. that person may need to ensure that a verbatim RCOOi of tbe pmcdings is made; which m:ord includes the testimony and evidence on which the appeal is to be based IIAR11afe Uae: (113) 154-4218 I TDD: (813) www.goHART.org HART H illsborough Area Regional Transit A uthority HART operates its programs and SCJVices without regard to race, color, and nat i onal origin in aocordance with Title VI of lhe Ci vil Righ ts Act. Attending the celebration were members of the Sheehy fami ly: 0 tor) Paul, III, Debra, and Paul, Jr. Vick and honoree, Jackie Dennis, were happy to attend the celebration. Rev. W. D. Sims, and Mrs. Arsie Sims were at Sheehy for the retirement celebration. Rev. T. and Marionette Hollingshed were at the celebration.

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Nationa Prlsld nt c.. 0-endlll .. n I Rewlklll i will emphasize that in all Pres. Obama's campaign is drastically outsperlding Mitt Romney on the Internet in an effort to better target and con vince swing voters, Latinos and Catholics all of whom tend to move between the two parties. Internet ads give these cam paigns a bird's eye view into the online habits of these vot ers revealing how long an indi vidual hovers on or clicks through an ad. This information allows a camp a ign to distinguish who is willin g to listen to the candi date 's message and which vot ers are uninterested in the ads. The Obama campaign has al s o begun to post ads on YouTube and Hulu going afte r peop l e who have shifted their viewing habits entirely to the Internet While Romney appears to be spending most of his online money on ads featuring him PRES. BARACK OBAMA alone Pres. Obama's camp is putting First Lady Michelle Obama front and center. This online ad strategy embraces the president as a family man, as Sasha and Malia are featured in some ads as well. Fashioning First Lady Michelle Obama as a key figure in the campaign's online approach is a good move for the Obama campaign as the First Lady's popularity often surges beyond that of her husbands. Sbldent licked Out Allar Mother Complains About Slur INGLEWOOD CA -Brea Persley, 13, says her science teacher told her in front of the whole class last week to "sit your nappy-headed self down." Parents of a young girl in In glewood, California were shocked to find out their child had been expelled from school, after complaining that a teacher used a racial slur to ad dress their daughter in class. Brea Persley, 13, was report edly embarrassed Teacher Kelly Dempsey, an instructor at the InglewoOd Century Academy, apologized to Brea's parents in a voice mail message, saying the com ment, came out wrong" and that she didn' t mean to offend anyone. The school's prinCipal defended Dempsey and ex pelled Brea from the academy after her mother, Shronda BRE.A. PERSLEY Williams, complained. Williams said the princi pal, Giselle Edman, told her, "I'm happy that my teacher called your daughter "nappy bead." You have a mean little girl and bad things need to happen to mean kids." She said a letter from the school in formed her that Brea was ex pelled because Williams "scolded the principal." II s MIV 1111 HIR To U About Their Ages n Face k Soan NEW YORK Though Facebook bans children under 13, millions of them have pro files on the site by lying about their age. Now, the company is testing out ways to allow younger kids on its site without needing to lie. It would be under parental supervision, such as by con necting children's accounts to their parents' accounts. That would allow to comply with federal regulations re garding children under 13 online. It could be a long way off, or never get implemented, as happens with many features that Facebook tests. In a statement, Facebook says it is in ongoing dialogue with stakeholders, regulators and other policymakers about how best to help parents keep their kids safe online. Supplemental Security Workers' Compensation Long-Term/Short-Term D.laabtllty FMLA/ ERISA RetaUa.tJon 220 E. Mad18on Street, Suite 1110 Tampa. FL 33602 (813) 223-1200 www.fordJawflrm.org The hiring ola t.wyer ., diM:iliof! ltllllhollld no1 be Setort .... "'"' Old JOHN EHRET GERMANY A 40year-old man who had bee n employed by Germany s National Inves tigative Police Agency has been elected the country s first Black mayor. John Ehret, whose father was an African-American sol dier and mother a native Ger man, took the post Friday in Mauer near He i delberg in southern Germany. Ehret, who did little cam paigning captured just over s8% of the vote to defeat a civil servant in the village, which has about 4,000 residents. Observers said Ehret bene fited from a "Pres. Obama ef fect, though he did not seek to compare his candidacy to that of U. S. President Barack Obama. Ehret's father was sta tioned as aU. S. soldier in Karl sruhe, Germany, and })is mother suffered a brain tumor when Ehret was a toddler. She gave him up to a children's home when he was 2 and he was adopted at 6 by the Ehret family of Mauer. GEORGE Contributions to George Zimmerman have ballooned to a whopping $1,ooo per day since his $150,000 bond was revoked for lying to Judge Kenneth Lester about avail able funds. Attorney Mark O'Mara said that he will request an other bail hearing while also acknowledging that Zimmerman had completely under mined his already questionable reputation. "The gravity of this mistake has been distinctly illustrated, and Mr. Zimmerman understands that this mistake has undermined his credibility, which he "{ill have to work to repair, O'Mara said. "While Mr. Zimmerman acknowl edges that he allowed his fi nancial situation to be misstated in court, the defense regards, Mr. Zimmerman 'N has been forthright and coop-g erative." N As previously reported, $204,000 raised from the now defunct website $150 ,000 is under the admin istration of an independent third party. About $30,000 was used to help Zimmerman go into hiding after he was released from jail in April. The remaining $20,000 was kept in cash to help with the Zimmermans' living ex penses. A separate website started by O'Mara has raised $37 ,000. Zimmerman's wife, Shellie, also lied in court, and the couple used code to discuss how much money they actually had when Zimmerman was in jail. "It s not again like they were ., trying to hide the money or rleave with the money," Zim-merman's lawyer, Mark c O'Mara, said. "They just had :ait and felt like they needed to securethemselves." 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N ,... ctS w z ::::::1 .., c a: u. c a: u. c z a: w > w c w :J: en :J m ::::::1 CL. z tu ...J ...J ::::::1 m ...J w z t= z w en a: 0 ...J u. m I oo:r .,... Turkey isn'tjust for Thanksgiving anymore. It may surprise you but June is officially Turkey Lovers' Month. With grilling getting into high gear, what better way to celebrate summer and one of America's favorited than by getting your grill on ... turkey style. M onday-Th ursday 11:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m. OPEN LATE ON FRIDAY & SATURDAYS 11:00 a.m. to 5:00a.m. Closed Sunday Chicken & Waffles With Drink $4. llclldiJ Tlu1dly 7:00A.M. 8:00 P.ll. FrtdiJ 7:00A.M. P.M. SltuniiJ 8:00 A.ll. 9:00 P.M. Slnlly l'OO A.l. 6:00 P.l. OFF LIICH OR DIIIIR Soulfood Everyday Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Offering Collard Greens, Yellow Rice, Potato Salad, Com Bread, Fried Chicken, Fried Pork Chop, Chitlins, Fried Fish, Fried Shrimp, Cuban & Deli Sandwiches & Fried Lobster Tails Turkey, Portabella Mushroom & Veggie Kabobs 1-1/2 to 2 pounds turkey thighs, skinned, boned & cut in 1-inch cubes 2 whole portabella mushrooms, stemmed and quartered 1/2 cup green onions, chopped 1/3 cup olive oil 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 2 teaspoons garlic, minced 1 teaspoon dried rosemary 1 teaspoon dried tarragon 1/2 red bell pepper, seeded and cut into 1-inch cubes 1 small yellow squash, cut into 1j2-inch rounds 1 small zucchini, cut into 1/2-inch rounds DIRECTIONS: P lace turkey cubes and mushroom quarters in a large s elfclosing plastic bag. In a bowl combine green onions, oil, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, rosemary and tarragon. Pour over turkey and mushrooms. Seal bag and put in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours or overnight. Spra y rack with non-stick vegetable oil spray. Prepare grill for direct heat cook mg. Drain turkey and mushrooms from marinade and discard marinade. On 10 or 12-inch skewers, alternating ingredients arrange drained turkey cubes mushrooms peppers yellow squash and zucchini. Grill over medium flame for 10 to 12 minutes or u n til turkey is no longer pink in center, turn once. Cook thighs to an internal temperature of170 degrees F. Grilled Turkey Sausage & Cucumber Salsa 1 packag e Italian Turkey Sausage 5 to 6 buns split lengthwise Cucumber Salsa 1 large cucumber, peeled, seeded and diced 1/4 cup sliced green onions 2 tablespoons fresh thyme 1-1/2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 1-1/2 teaspoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt DIREcriONS: In a small bowl, combine cucumber, onion, thyme, vinegar, sugar and salt. Cover and refrigerate several hours Grill sausages 4 to 5 minutes per side, until internal temperature reaches 170F. To serve, place sausages in buns and top each with 1/4 cup salsa. Turkey Burger 4 (4-ounce) fresh ground turkey 4 (1/ 4-inch thick) slices red or yellow onion Cooking spray (as needed) 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 4 (t-ounce) slices cheddar cheese 4 Kaiser rolls or bakery-style hamburger buns, split 4 slices red ripe tomato 4 leaves romaine or red leaf lettuce DIRECTIONS: Coat turkey burger patties and onion slices with cooking spray. Sprinkle patt i es with garlic salt and pepper. Grill patt i es a nd on i on over me d i u m coa l s 6 to 7 m inut e p r ide or u ntil n o longer pin k i n center and internal temp e ra t ur e r e g i ste r s 165 degrees F. Top patt i es wit h c h eese d u ri ng l ast m i nut e of grill in g Place rolls, cu t sid e do wn on gri1l du ring l a t 1-2 m inut es of coo ki ng to to ast. Serve patt i es in r olls with grilled onions, t o mato and lettuce Serv e with desired condiments.

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5 Turkey Breast Tenderloins & Mango Salsa 1 package Lemon Garlic Turkey Breast Tenderloins Man&< Salsa 1 ripe mango, peeled, cored and diced 1 medium tomato, seeded and diced t/2 cup finely chopped red onion t/2 cup diced green bell pepper 2 tablespoons finely chopped mint t/ 4 tablespoon salt DIRECTIONS: In a bowl, combine mango, tomato, onion, bell pepper, mint and salt. Cover and refrigerate until serving. Grill tenderloins approximately 20 to 30 minutes, turning every 5 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 165F. To serve, slice tenderloins and top with mango salsa. Watermelon Lemonade 8 cups oft-inch pieces seed less watermelon (4-t/2 lbs.) 1 cup fresh lemon juice 3 t/2 cups water tcupsugar Ice cubes Lemon wedges for garnish A few thin watermelon slices for garnish DIRECfiONS: Working in 2 batches, blend watermelon and lemon juice in processor or blender until smooth. Transfer to pitcher. Bring 3 1/2 cups water and sugar to boil in medium saucepan over high heat, stirring until sugar dis solves. Add hot syrup to pitcher with watermelon-lemon juice. Refriger ate until cold, about 2 hours. Fill tall glasses with ice. Pour Watermelon Lemonade over lemon wedges. Jerk Turkey Wraps 1-1/2 teaspoons Caribbean Jerk Seasoning 8 ounces turkey breast tenderloin 4 cups broccoli slaw 1large tomato, seeded and chopped 1/3 cup cole slaw dressing 2 jalapeno peppers, finely chopped 2 tablespoons prepared mustard 8 (8-inch) flour tortillas, warmed DIRECTIONS: Prepare grill. Rub jerk seasoning on both sides of turkey. Grill turkey tenderloin over medium heat for 15 to 20 minutes or until turkey reaches an internal temperature of 170 degrees F. Allow turkey to cool for 5 minutes and slice thinly, on the diagonal. In a bowl, toss together broccoli slaw, tomato, dressing, jalapenos and mustard. Arrange sliced turkey on tortillas. Spoon slaw mixture on top. Wrap and serve immediately.

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N fli Cut Your Suolle Risk & s11mm1na Fruits Cut Diabetes Risks Eat plenty of nuts, beans moods (1 oz. provides 8o Strai8UIIS .., and dark green leafyvegetamg)., brown rice (t/2 cup bles to help prevent strokes. contains 40 mg.), frozen C They re full of magnespinach (1/2 cup has 78 ff sium which can lower the mg.) dry-roasted mixed c a: LL c z ct c en w ::J t-w > w c w :I: en ::::i CD ::l Q. z ..J ..J ::J CD ..J w z i= z w en a: g LL risk of ischemic stroke ( usunuts (1 oz. has 64 mg.), bran ally caused by a blood clot) flake cereal (3/ 4 cup has 64 and can drop as much as mg.), peanut butter (2 Thsp 9%. has 49 mg.), baked potato Men should ingest 420 with skin (48 mg.), pinto mg. of magnesium per day beans (1/2 cup has 43 mg.), while women need 320 mg. banana (32 mg.) and low fat G r eat sources include: alyogurt (8 oz. has 32 mg.) 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Blvd. Tampa Seminole Ybor City SHEEHY ANKLE & FOOT CENTER OF TAMPA BAY NEW Laser AntiFun al Treatment otabetk: Foot care 6Shoes Anti-Fungal PoUsh Ankle 6 Foot htn Corns, Bunions, Hammertoes Dr. Paul Lawrence Sheehy, Jr., MedldM 6 SUfgery Of The Foot a Ankle Podiatrist Most lnsurana Accept41d Medlcare,lkle Cross, llue Shield State of Florida, CIGNA, Trteare, Humana, UnltedHealttteare. CMIIIpus Board Certlfled Diplomat, Academy Wound Management 812 W. Dr. MLK Blvd. Ste. 101 Tampa. Fl 33603 813-872-8939 I W\\W.Ta.mpaFootDoc tor com 1. Stay hydrated ( 6-8 glasses of water per day). 2. Snack on fruits and vegetables. 3. Sweat daily. 4. Cook more at home. 5 Skip the second cup of coffee and opt for tea instead. 6. Sleep for success (7-8 brs. per night). 5Danuers01 S8U-Ii1111SIS Here are 5 mistakes that could hurt i nstead of heal. 1. You take meds without reading the label. When it comes to over the-counter drugs, many people have a blase attitude, thinking they can't really hurt me, right? Wrong. Plenty of people end up with serious health problems from accidentally taking too much of an over-the-counter drug, overusing drugs such as lax atives or acid blockers, or taking something that inter feres with another medica tion they re on. No matter how safe a drug may seem, it s always smarno read the label. It might surprise you. 2. You take an anti-diarrheal with a fever. Never treat y ourself at home with a diarrhea remedy if you also have a fever or if there's blood or mucus in your bowel movements. These are signs of an infec tion and warrant a call to your doctor. 3 You take a daily asplnn without asking your doctor. Some people shouldn't take aspirin every day, espe cially since it can cause stom ach bleeding. Doctors usually recommend it only for people who have an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Women may not benefit as much from aspirin therapy as men. And some people ap pear to be resistant to as pirin's anti-clotting effects. 4 You quit an antianxiety med cold turkey. If you've been taking an anti-anxiety medicine for a long time, do not quit abruptly. Talk to your doctor about how to gradually taper the dose. Otherwise, you could experience complica tions such as seizures. 5 You use old antibiotics for a new infection. First, you should have fin ished the entire prescription the first time around. Second, many antibiotics are specific to the type of infec tion you have. Taking the wrong antibiotic might not work and can lead to antibi otic-resistant bacteria, making treatment for that type of infection more difficult the next time. Eating more blueberries and apples appears to lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes, according to a study from the Harvard School of {)ublic Health. The fruits are rich in flavonoids, natural com pounds present in certain fruits, vegetables and whole grains They've also been tied to lower risk for heart disease and some cancers. Eating a 2 112 cup serving of blueberries per week or five or more apples a week can significantly reduce risk of developing the disease. Nature's Detoxifiers Your body is constantly clearing out toxins, but sometimes your body can t keep up with the overload of toxins. Try these : Curcum i n found in turmeric aid dig e stion and help s with liv e r detoxifica tion and cleansing. Milk t h is tle s active i ngre dient is silymarin which has been shown to regenerate injured liver cells. Green foods can take some of the load off the liver, which is the hardest working detox organs in your body Choose organic foods s in c e they have fewer toxins than convention a lly grown foods and drink plenty of water. Sheets & Blankets: How onen Should You wash Wash sheets and pillow cases once a week, and you'll eliminate the debris that has accumulated in the bed for that week. Human skin cells become food for dust mites. That is one of the biggest problems associated with bedding. Mites accumulate, along with their feces and there is also animal hair, dander, fungal mold and spores, bodily secretions and bacteria. Also: dust, lint, fibers, partic ulates, insect parts, pollen, soil, sand and One person can perspire as much as a liter in a night even more if you have a lot of covers. And, of course, peo ple eat in bed as they watch 'IV. The Health Risks? It is mainly a threat to res piratory tracts and not an infectious source If you have allergies or asthma, this matter can exacerbate it. If you don' t have an allergy, you could develop one because you re constantly challenged. TheBestWay To Wash Bedding The water should be 130150 degrees, typically the washing machine's hot-water cycle. Then dry using a hot drying cycle. That is germicidal; it actually kills and destroys a lot of vegetative material. It also kills the dust mites. For extra protection, bleach is excellent. It is prob ably the cheapest germicide and can be used in a low con centration. Cold water non-bleach bleaches use peroxide, so they're also germicidal. One More Thing ... Mattresses collect debris by gravity. All kinds of things collect on it that are ab sorbed into its core. Without a cover, your mattress is a "zoological and botanical garden." Covers should also go on pillow cases.

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Health :!! Did You Knowil If you re feeling cranky drink wat er! Yes I said water. Mild dehydration can alter a person s mood, energy level and ability to think clearly. Some of the other side ef fects can include: headaches, fatigue, tension and difficulty concentrating, to name a few. Spice Up Your Spring Adding herbs and spices makes your food taste great and it also helps your health. Sage Can sharpen memory and brighten your mood. White Peppercorns Can soothe an irritated throat by sucking them. Turmeric Can improve circulation to relieve pain, among many more. Cloves Can treat nausea, diar rhea, muscle spasms and toothaches. Paprika Can help aid digestion. Cumin Seeds Can be used to treat indi gestion. Diseases That lack Of Sleep Can Cause c... c: Colon Cancer -In a study published in 2011, Case Western University re searchers found that those who slept fewer than 6 hours a night were 47% more likely to have colorectal polyps, which can become cancer ous, than people who clocked at least 7 hours of sleep. Breast Cancer -Re searchers at Tohoku U niver sity Graduate School of Medicine in Japan, studied data from women ages 40 to 79, and learned that those who slept fewer than 6 hours a night had a 62% higher risk for breast cancer, while those who slept more than 9 hours a night had a 28 per cent lower risk. Cardiovascular Disease -In a 2010 study pub lished in the journal Sleep, researchers at the West Vir ginia University School of Medicine discovered that those sleeping fewer than 7 hours a night were at in creased risk of heart disease. In particular, women under 60 who sleep 5 hours or fewer a night have twice the risk for developing heart disease. According to a study in the journal Diabetes in 2011, University of Chicago and Northwestern University re searchers found that when people with type 2 diabetes slept poorly at night, they had a 9% higher fasting glu cose level, a 30 percent higher fasting insulin level, and a 43% higher insulin re sistance level. Diabetics With insomnia fared even worse-their fast ing glucose levels were 23% higher, their fasting insulin levels were 48% higher, and their in,sulin resistance levels were 82% higher than dia betics who didn t have in somnia. Urinary Problems -In findings presented at the May 2011 meeting of the American Urological Associ ation, researchers at the New England Research In stitute in Watertown, MA, discovered: Five years of sleeping restlessly or too lit tle (fewer than 5 hours a night) can increase by So-90% a woman s risk of need-co ing to wake at night to N urinate (nocturia) or of be-g N coming incontinent. A whopping 42% of the women classified themselves as restless sleepers, com pared with 34% of the men. The researchers theorize that sleeping poorly causes inflammation, which in turn can lead to urinary prob lems. Death -A 10-year study by researchers at the Univer sity of Copenhagen con nected the dots between a lack of sleep and an in creased risk of mortality. It turns out that the men who reported sleeping badly, especially those under 45, had twice the risk for death than men who reported 0 sleeping well. And men who :!! had three or more sleep dis-turbances a night had a sui-en cide risk five times higher than men whose sleep was -4 undisturbed. Though sleep Z disturbances didn't affect p:! women's mortality, both aJ women and men who re-? ported sleep disturbances were more likely to have -1 high blood pressure and di-Z abetes. aJ c C/) J: m 0 m < m -4 c: m C/) 0 oes not bave lO sto:p because of a stroke. Our team of rieurQlQ,Qists, n6.ororadiologists and neurosurgeons des patieots with the most advanced stroke care z 0 ::D 6 technology combined get back o Tampa General .Hospital

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tJi w z ;::) .., ).;' i National Congress To Sponsor lakeland's Juneteenth Commemoration As its annual community 0 event, The National Congress ii: of Black Women, Polk County iL Chapter will sponsor the 19th annual Lakeland Juneteenth c( Day Observance. Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celeC brated commemoration of the en ending of slavery in the United States. The June 19th observance originated in Galveston, Texas in 1865. Since that W time, the observance of June c w l: en :::l m ;::) D.. z _, _, ;::) m ..:. w z z w en c( c a: 0 _, I.L National Coalition Sponsors Family Empowennent On May uth and 12th, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. Polk County Chapter sponsored 'Mind, Body & Wealth'. The Polk State College campus in Winter Haven was the host-site. The purpose of this event was to empower men, women and youth by way of education, and it was free admission to the general public. The opening educational menu on Friday evening included: 'Keeping It Real Women', facilitated by Dr. Misilene Fulser-Central Florida Healthcare and Dr. Corliss Johnson-Nature's Delight; 'Keeping it 100' facilitated by Rashad Jones-Epic Youth Services, Teresa White-Condom Miranda and Rachel Craig and Shandra Blocker; m 'Keeping It Real-Men & c0 Young Men' facilitated by Dr. Tyrone Bledsoe, <.:J African American Brotherhood and Dr. Keny National Council Of Black Women, Polk County Chapter 19th as the African American Emancipation Day has spread across the United States and beyond. Today, Juneteenth com memorates African American freedom and emphasizes edu cation and achievement. In cities across the country, people of all races, nationalities and religions are joining hands to acknowledge a period in our history. Increased awareness to the conditions and experi -Bastien, Kenor International. On Saturday morning, Dr. Bledsoe fed the minds of the men with I Am My Brother' s Keeper and Together We Will Rise', Jones served up Bring Out the Beast in You' to the youth, and Dr. Bastien empowered minds with 'Promoting Health through Education'. School's Out For The Summer! On Thursday, June 7th, students of Polk County public schools celebrated the last day of the 2011-2012 school and the beginning of SUMMER VACATION! May each of you have a wonderful, fun-filled and safe summer! Free Summer Meals Available For Children The Polk County Public Schools Summer Food Service Program will pro vide free, nutritious meals to children, during the summer, throughout Polk ences of others serves to collectively enable significant and lasting improvements in our society. The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. (NCBW) is an organization dedicated to the educational, economic and cultural development of women and their families. Its signature youth initiatives are College for Kids for boys and girls ages 9-12, College For Teens ages 13-18, and the Science Bowl for ages 12-18. County. The programs are only approved for geographical areas of need where so per cent or more of the children qualify for free and reducedprice ineals during the school year. Summer feeding sites provide meals to all children in the immediate vicinity, in addition to those enrolled in summer programs. The summer meals pro gram will be held from June 13th until August 1st. Meals will not be served when sites are closed and in observance of Independence Day on July 4 2012. For a list of sites, eligibility meal times, instructions and/or further details call (863) 534-0588. Public Notice of Meeting The Lakeland Housing Authority's regular Board Meeting is scheduled to be held on Monday, June 18, 2012 beginning at 6:oo p.m. The location will be the Authority's main office conference room at 430 Hartsell Avenue, in Lakeland. The public is invited to attend. For further informa tion, call (863) 687-2911. Happy Anniversary Shaw-Nuf Talk The National Congress of Black Women, Polk County Chapter will host the Juneteenth Day Observance on Saturday, June 16, 2012, with The Bible Brain Bowl Challenge at 4:00 p.m. in which various church youth ministries will participate. A program will follow at s:oo p.m. at The Coleman-Bush Building, 1104 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, in Lakeland. We shall honor outstanding citizens, youth, supporters extends wishes for a very happy anniversary! to VSPs (Very Special Persons) Sylvester Gordon Sr. and Mary-Catherine Gordon of Rochester, New York, who will celebrate another wedding anniver sary on June uth More than 40 years of marriage ..... WOW! May the Lord continue to bless this union! Much love to you! Happy Birthday! SONJI CONEYWILLIAMS Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy birthday to a few VSPs (Very Special Persons) as they cel ebrate another year of life: Caroline Hird, of Lake Wales, (June 11th); former Tampa lady, Shirley Coleman (June 13th) and Lakeland businesswoman Sonji Coney-Williams (June 15th). and sponsors who collaborat ed with NCBW College For Kids and the Christmas bicycle drive for needy boys and girls. Church youth ministries who are interested in partici pating in the brain bowl must contact Kursula Kirby at (863) 670-Q597 The event is free and the general public is invited to attend. For additional information contact Doris Moore Bailey at (863) 816-8624. Shaw-Nqf'Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nvj Shout-out goes out to those community persons who supported Girls Inc. of Lakeland by serving as judges for the 2012 She Knows Where She's Going Awards: Reverend Derrien Bonney, pastor, Mt. Gilboa Missionary Baptist Church; Nancy Chastain, Community Volunteer; Don Selvage, Lakeland Cit y Commissioner; Patricia Sullivan, East Coast Migrant Head Start Project; and Michael Tamney, Morgan-Stanley-SmithBarney. Shaw-Nuf salutes each of you, for your service to and support of Girls Inc. of Lakeland. Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-N'uf Talk wants to hear from you. Share your exciting news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, church or commu nity events, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Shaw-N'uf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or cal l ing (863) 513-8437

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LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST F'OR QUALIFICATIONS F'OR DESIGNBUILD SERVICES THE H. LEE MO,'ITT CANCER CENTER AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC. TAMPA, P'LORIDA RP'O 12SVC The H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, Inc and I ts subsidiaries (collectively Moffitt") Is seeking qualifications from qualified and responsi ble parties I nterested In provid ing Design-Build services for Its McKi nley Property campus, as descr ibed In this Request for Quali fica t ions ("RfO"). The RfO i s the first step i n the process for sel ect ion of a DesignBuilder The submission must be made i n accordance with the Instruct i ons outlined in RfO 12-SVC. GENERAL INP'ORMATION: Moff itt i s seeking for select ion of a Desi gn-Builder to prov ide Design Build services for an ant icipa ted 150,000 sq. ft. facility at Its McKi nley campus l ocated at 10902 N McKin ley Drive, Tampa, florida 33612, In accordance w ith the terms, conditions, and requirements set forth In the RfO package availab le at the link below The DeslgnBuil der shall be a team comprised of a li censed cont r actor and a lic ensed architect Moffitt shall enter a written agreement with the contractor, and the contractor shall ente r Into a written agreement w ith the architect RP'Q PACKAGE: The RfO package Inclu ding the complete RfO Instructions, which must be evaluated before submission of the Desl gn Build services response, can be found v ia the following link : http: //www.moffltt.org/supplleropportunltles. Submittals must be received no later than 4 :00 p.m. on July 6 2012 at gordon peck*moffitt.org Telefacslmlle (fax) and telephone submittals are not acceptab l e and will not be considered. Properly submitted proposa l s will not be returned to the respondent. Any plans and/or specifications will become the property of hloffltt. LEGAL NOTICE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS H i llsborough County will receive sea l ed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened JUNE 22,2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0226-0-2012/CK, DATA STORAGE EQUIPMENT JUNE 22, 2012 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0228-0-2012/CK, AUDIQ-VISUAL EQUIPMENT JUNE 22, 2012 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0229-0-2012/CK, DATA STORAGE EQUIPMENT, SOFnNAREANDSUPPORT -Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty org/procurementservioes This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Counal Bid. Minority and women owned firms wiH be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of raoe, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida 33602, (813) 272 5790, during regular business hours. -----------Vc:ur Cc:_,V'.,.,Ie.,ce The Flc:rlc:la Se.,tl.,el Bulletl., .A.ccepts ---...-. .. -----.-.t ----------HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIAnON AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) RFP Employee Insurance Benefits Consulting Services No. 12-534-036 Sealed proposals for Employee Insurance Benefits Consulting Services w ill be received from firms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4100 George J. Bean Parkway, Suite 3311, Main Terminal, 3rd Floor, Blue Side, Tampa, Flor i da 33607 Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www.tampaairport com, Common Unks, Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations on June 1, 2012. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will reoeive sealed bids and'or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JUNE 21,2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0196-0-2012/MWK ROLL OFF REFUSE CARTS JUNE 27,2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0205-0-2012/MWK SIGNS, ALUMINUM, BLANKS **"'* Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal resu l ts may be accessed at www. h ill sboroughcounty.orglprocurementservices. Minority and women owned firms w ill be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours. tUine Law To Section 865.09 F1orlda StatutH NOnCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Trantportatlon Sylttm located at 7318 South in the County of Hllllborougb. in the City of ll'aiiDRIL.flsU:Ida.Dll.llntends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Aorlda Department o State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at TIDIP', Flodd!l. this lib day of June. 2012. Sole Owner(l) Cecelia Omega O.nlelt HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Ill $24,876 GENERA!MANAGER Ill (GIS) $61,110 INSPECTOR/SPRAY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR $23,441 MULTI-TRADES WORKER II $31,574 PARATRANSIT MINIBUS OPERATOR $22,131 SENIOR LIBRARIAN-YOUTH St;RVICES $40,768 SENIOR SUPERVISOR (INVENTORY/WAREHOUSE) $35,838 See our web site at http://www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa FL. Preference i n initial apt. will be given to elig i b le vets & eligible spouses of vets MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH USI An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer AA/EEO Employer ..... cp m

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0 a: u.. 0 z w c w ::z:: en m :l a.. z t= w ...J ...J :l m ...J w z t= z w en C a: 0 ...J u.. m I 0 N w C!J HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough Cou nty will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JUNE 28,2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-{)233-o-2012/JLH THERMOPLASTIC MARKING COMPOUNDS ..... Info rmation on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned f i rms will be afforded a full opportunity to partic i pate in these matters and will not be subject to d i scriminat ion on the bas is of race, sex color or national or igin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commiss i one r s Department of Procurement Services 601 E Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa F l orida 33602 ( 813) 272-5790 during regular busi ness hours. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA Case No.: 07-CA-oo9046 BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP F/KIAI COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP Plaintiff vs. EDWARD G. WARD, ET AL. Defendant(s) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN, pursuant to an Order of F inal Summary Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 18th day of May, 2012 and entered in Case No 07-CA-009046, of the Circu i t Court of the Thi rteenth Jud icial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, Florida I will sell to the h ighest and best bidder for cash at the Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, at 2:00 p m on the 21st day of June, 2012 the follow ing described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOT 28, HUNTER S GREEN PARCEL 14A, PHASE 2, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 72, PAGE 22, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. Any person claim ing an interest in the surplus proceeds from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of this Lis Pendens must f il e a claim within 60 days after the sale If you are a person with a d i sab i lity who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance P l ease contact the ADA Coordinator Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 E Twiggs St., Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; (813) 272-7040, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon rece i ving this notification if the time before the scheduled court appearance, or i mmediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hear ing or voice i mpaired, call 711. Dated day of May 2012. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /sl GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY (HART) PROPOSALS The Hillsborough Transit Author ity (HART) w ill be accepting proposals for : RFP-11985C HART & PSTA Consol i dation Study Information pertaining to th is solicitation will be available for download through our webs i te at www goHAAT org I Business Opportunities I Open Solicitations. Inqui ries to any solicitations should be directed to John Travers at traversj@goHART.org or (813) 3846444 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: 1Q-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 116 Seffner, FL 33584 Legal Mother J.G. DOB: 11/19/1999 YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Termi nation of Parental Rights has been filed in the Circu i t Court of the Thirteenth Judicial C ircui t of the State of Florida in and for Hillsborough County, Flor i da, Juvenile Divis ion, alleg ing that the above-named child is dependent chil d and by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination of pa rent a l r ights and permanent commitment to the chil d to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adopt ion. YOU ARE HEREBY notif ied that you are required to appear personally on the 2Dh daY of June 2012. at 9 ; 00 a.m .. before the Honorable Manuel A. Lopez pt the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse. 800 East Twiggs Street. 3rd Floor. Division C Courtroom 310. Tampa. Florida 33602. to show cause, if any, why parental rights shall not be terminated and said child shall not be permanently comm i tted to the Florida Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption You are entitled to be represented by an attorney at this proceeding DATED this 1llb day of May 2012. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By; /s/ PAM MORERA DEPUTY CLERK '--I "' I \ "The Voice of Our Cornrnuniry Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 I I II 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 Sates Must Have Great Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base High Pay-Outs Immed i ate Advancement Paid Trainin g $24k $50k Start Immediately Call Basla McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 FOR SALE New Home Berng ullt On 50' x 140 Lot Across From Busch Gardens 1,350 Sq Ft 3/2/1/ Block Plus 3/2 Brick Home Rental Plus 25 x 25' Cottage Rental All For $450.00 Per Month Mortgage Rental Income $2, 000.00 Good Credi t Required (888) 496-9194 FOR RENT Condo Available Now 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Really Nice Spacious Secure Tiled, Lots More Must See Won' t Last Section 8 OK (813) 960-8490 North Tampa 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Townhouse Large Fenced Yard Ceram i c/Carpet No Pets WDH,CHA Sect io n 8 (813) 949-3482 I I II

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::u 6 II LEGAL NOTICE I I 1!;;;;;;;11 HOMES FOR RENT II HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) RFQ Neutral Host Distributed Antenna System No. 12-534-o18 Sealed responses for Neutral Host Distributed Antenna System will be received from firms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4100 George J Bean Parkway Suite 3311, Main Terminal, 3rd Floor, Blue Side, Tampa, Florida 33607. Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www.tampaairport.com, Common Links Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations on June 8, 2012. Real Estate Development REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR Indefinite Quantity Architectural & Engineering Services Bid No: FY2012-RFP-{)2 Date Issued: May 25, 2012 In accordance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Handbook 7460. 8 REV-1, Florida Statutes and with other applicable laws the Housing Authority of the City of Tampa (THA) formally requests competitive proposals from qualified, responsible firms interested in providing Indefinite Quant ity Archi t ectura l & Engineering Services Proposals shall be received until 2 ; 00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa, FL time) on June 22 2012 at 1529 W. Main St., Suite 213, Tampa, FL 33607 Proposals received after this date and time will be rejected. Copies of this Request for Proposa l may be picked up on June 1, 2012 for a non refundable fee of twenty-five dollars ($25) by check or money order from the Contracting Department of THA located at 1529 W Main Street Tampa, Florida 33607 813-253 -0551, ext 390 Persons who require spec ial accommodat i ons should immediately contact the THA's Contracting Office at (813) 253-0551 extension 390 THA reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, or any part of any proposal, and to waive any informalities or irregularities. The Authority, in accordance with the Executive Order 11625 and 12138, encourages participation by businesses owned and operated by minorities and women AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER By order of Jerome D. Ryans President/CEO of the Housing Authority of the City of Tampa ED! Be18 Years Old or Older Must Have iable Transportation By Our Office At: 2207 E. 21 st Ave. Jampa, FL 33605 ToApply. for This Position II II Joining the USF Team is now easier than ever with our on-line application! UNIVERSITY op ---.-......--SOUTH FLORIDA FOR RENT II II HOMES FOR RENT II Apartments 3 Bedroom/1 Bath 211 And 311 Central A/C Newly Remodeled 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths &31 0 N. Hillsborough Lane Home $750 00/Monthly CAIH, W I D Hook-up Plus Deposit CaU (813) 610-4518 Section 8 Accepted (813) 453-0123 2921 East 24th Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Temple Terrace CHA WDH (56th & Fowler) Section 8 Welcome $850.00/Monthly 2 Bath $500.00/Deposit Town Home Recently Remodeled Call (813) 482-6232 With Granite Counter Tops Seminole Heights $995.00 Monthly 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Deposit Section 8 Welcome Totally Remodeled Nice Neighborhood, WDH (813) 494-0375 $800.00/Monthly Plus Deposit HOMES FOR RENT II (813) 601-3101 3201 North 45th Street 3 Bedroom /2 Bath Home 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Fenced Backyard Available Now WDH, Tile And Carpet $900 00/Monthly $1 000.00/Mo nthly Plus Deposit Deposit Required Section 8 Preferred Section 8 Welcome Rev. Tyson Call (813) 728-3163 (813) 77Q-2003 (813) 732-5332 Darryl {813) 735-5295 Town..N...rountry SE Seminole Heights 6001 West Jean Street 1205 East Pallfox Street Tampa, 33603 Newly Remodeled 4/2 Home 3 Bedroom/2 Bathroom CHA, Carpet Tile Concrete Block Section 8 OK $1100.00/Mon thly $1200.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted $600.00/Deposit (813) 38W045 813-220-3633 rient Park 2307 North 54th Street Tampa, FL 33619 3 Bedroom/1 Bathroom $800 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 386-8049 ulphur Springs Area Large 3 & 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Homes Fenced, CHA $900 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 503-5321 Newly Remodled 3/2 4023 E. Louisiana Ave. 1,300 Sq Ft Available Now Section 8 Ok Only $875.00 Monthly & Deposit Negotiable Call Erick (813) 376-8787 Ybor City First Month Free 2 Bedroom/1 Bath House 919 East 11th Avenue $50 00 Move-In Must Have Excellent Rental History Central Station Alarm System $550.00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 z m 0 ..... ,.. 0 en m z ::! z m ,.. I:D c: rrm -t z ., c: I:D r-c;; ::1: m 0 m < m m en "< ,.. z c 6 II APTS. FOB RENT II East inole Heights Furnished 1 Bedroom Apartment M Utilities Included $650.00 Monthly $50.00/Deposit Call Fred (813) 471-8425 www.facetooK.com, f lsentirelo f CHECK US OUT ONLINE

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