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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 3-A VOL 67 NO 86 FRIDAY. JUNE 15, 2012 24 PAGES 75c Happy Father's Dav: Single Fathers SHare ore Than Bloodline SEE PAGE 14-C Tampa Native Featured In National auazines SEE PAGE 8-A One Arrested, Cousin Sou htln April Mur er SEE PAGE 23-A TIMElESS TREASURES IN SilVER AND GOlD Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc. Gamma Theta Omega Chapter held its "Timeless Treasures in Gol d and Silver" Golden and Century Celebration on Sunday, .June 10,2012 at Mainsail Hotel Suites and Conference Center. Fontaine Mar ion was the Mistress of Ceremony and the President, Donna Douglas gave the welcome. The Southeast Regional Director Marsha l.cwis Brown was also in attendance. T h e honore s: Ruby Brown, center, the lone Golden Honoree (50 years); with the Silver Honotees (25 years), Phyllis Tolliver, Monique Emily Rogers, Amanda Mitchell Lizzie Long, .Jackie Ken tish-Greaves Alf-reda (.rady and Iva Carter (Photograph by Julia Jackson)

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eatures 40-Year Emuloveelan Her aO ,.. w z :::: .., Imprint n Citv. Programs iE Ms. Joyce Stevens has served her community as an employee of the City of for 411/2 years. In her role, Ms. Stevens helped the most needy in the community obtain grants for home repairs, first time homeowners, and with the City's Down Payment Assistance Program. When others said, "No," Ms. Stevens found a way to say, "Yes." Ms. Stevens is known throughout the bay area as the "go to person" when things needed to be done both quickly and correctly. "I believe that God put me in this position to help people and helping people was my reward," she said. Throughout her tenure with the city, she became well known for her ability to ?i help others. She worked in the administration of current IL Mayor Bob Buckhorn C and past mayors Dick Greco, Bob Martinez, Sandra Freedman, and c Pamlorio. 0 In her role in the Commu nity Development Office, she fE w > w c w :I: 0 :::l m :::: A. z ffi _, _, :::: m _, w z !i w 0 HART 2012 MS. JOYCE STEVENS Retires after 41 years. She was presented a commendation at City Council last week. served as an anchor em ployee, stabilizing the office as department heads came and went over the course of four decades. Through the years, she left her imprint on numerous initiatives such as helping residents of Central Park and Tampa Heights get relo cated, Code Enforcement, and helping individuals with hardships, mortgage coun seling, and her work with the non-profit agencies such as SHIP and HOME. She also helped home owners who found them selves in jeopardy of losing their homes during the hous ing crisis. She worked and supported Pastors On Patrol and was instrumental in finding candidates for the Warrick Dunn Homes for the Holidays Program. In reference to her retire ment, Ms. Stevens said, "I wanted to leave on a positive note while I am still able to enjoy retirement. Now, I can get involved in other areas that I'm interested in, but never had the time," she said. A Tampa native, Ms. Stevens is a member of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church and the mother of one adult daugh ter. She also has two grand sons. As far as the future is con cerned Ms. Stevens plans to travel and just enjoy life. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921; or emailed at iholton@flsentinel.com. Now through A.upstl1 Almost three months for the price of one. c N w CJ HART For more information, call HARnnfo Une (8U) 254-4278, TDD (813) 626-9158 or visit www.goHART.org BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Next weekend, the NeighborhoodUFr Program will host a two-day homebuyers workshop. Its purpose is to help potential homeowners and rid neigh borhoods of unsold, empty homes. The workshop that will take place on Friday, June 22 and Saturday, June 23, will be held at the Tampa Convention Center from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. Wells Fargo & Company is sponsoring the event. Ms. Machelle Maner, Vice President, Senior Com munity Development Office said this is the opportunity for anyone who is prepared to purchase a home. Applicants who qualify can re ceive up to $15 ,000 in down payment assistance. "It is absolutely critical that anyone interested in purchasing a home and who qualify take advantage of this opportunity. This workshop is designed to help both potential home owners with down payment assistance and to stabilize &tl UnntztrJ neighborhoods. Mrs. Maner further stated that potential purchasers can have an income of up to $67,000 per year for a family of four and still qualify for assistance. "We are encouraging as many people as possible who can get qualified to come out. We also encourage anyone who wants to get pre-qualified and then attend the workshop to do so. Ms. Maner further sug gested that anyone who is planning to attend the workshop to visit the web site and make an appointment. Individuals who make appointments will get priority and by visiting the website, the person will know what documents needed before arriving at the workshop. The program is targeting homes within the City limits of Tampa. Anyone wishing t o register for the program or make an appointment to attend the workshop can call 866-8582151. Anyone wishi ng to preregister can also visit the website at www.nei&h borhoodlift.or&. 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eatures 21 Mom And Chi dren Entrepreneur seeks Ta Help Hidi After GUDIDID Avoid M I rd I rs Man Sentinel City Editor cation industry in 2009. It g was during that time he first ..., During the housing crisis, noticed the confusion and Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies report that at 3:20 a. m., their of fice r eceived a 9-1-1 call re porting a person had been shot inside an apartment at the Palisades Apartments in Brandon When deputies arri ved they found Leon Davis, 49 dead from gunshot wounds Deputies said j ust before 3:20 a m., at least two sus pects forced their way into an apartment at 502 Camino Real Court where Davis, a woman, and her three children were sleep ing Deputies said the two suspects confronted Davis inside the apartment before shooting him several times. The female called 9-1-1 and locked herself and her three children inside a bathroom until deputies arrived. The female and the chil dren were not harmed and are being interviewed by de tectives. Investigators are still try ing to establish the relationLEON DAVIS ship between the victim and the female inside the apart ment. Investigators said the in cident does not appear to be random. However, the exact motive is still unclear at this time. Detectives said they are also still trying to determine if Davis Jived at that ad dress part time or was just visiting overnight. Davis's address is listed as being in the 1300 block of Ohio Street in Plant City. Some of the names were omitted from the Father's Day Memoriam printed in the Father's Day Section of the Sentinel on Friday, June 15, 2012, for Demarcus "Bumper" Pittman. The greeting should have read: We miss and Jove you, R.I.P. Denise, Uncle Wlllie, Tarvia, Rynesea, and Big D. We apologize for any inconvenience the error may have caused. FREE Consultation* Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 &13 Child Support Probate. & Wills Guardianship Personal Injury lmigration f-lnltlll c-ubtlon REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. .... ........ ......, ....... ,. I T F11. ....,.,..-Me..._ .... Mt ...... yn f'll&l .............. .,_.....,......, hundreds of people found frustration people experithemselves fighting to save enced while trying to get their homes. And, even as mortgages lowered or refithe market improves, some nanced. are still struggling STEPHFAN NURSE He felt he could simplify However, one Tampa Entrepreneur the process and eliminate man is helping homeowners the need of a third party. avoid some common pitfalls modification application "Some people think I'm as they attempt to avoid packages. These incomplete crazy for trying to solve such foreclosure. His company, applications are causing a complex issue that no one ConsumerEducationOn-lenders to deny thousands else has been able to do. I line.com is offering their of homeowners who would see people losing their Mortgage Reduction soft otherwise be approved for a homes and I know God has ware for $1. loan modification," Nurse given me the wisdom and vi-Stephan Nurse, said. sion to provide a solution to founder and CEO of ConHis product, Mortgage help them." sumerEducation said he is Reduction, brings both par-Nurse attended the pub offering the software in ties to the table. lie schools of Hillsborough honor of "National HomeThe Tampa native said he County. When he entered owners Appreciation believes the RAMP and traBlake High School, he foMonth." His goal is to create ditional modification procused on acting. But since a national outreach effort to grams are effective and can his graduation in 2005, the ;D assist struggling homeownsave millions of homes from young man has changed his 0 ers. foreclosure if the homefocus to target areas where "The biggest problem owner is provided with the he can help others. He Jilo people face when trying to right education to take adfounded the company in apply for a loan modificavantage of them. 2010. z: tion is not understanding He further said the probAnyone interested in ;1 the process from the lem is, no one has taken the learning more about the J!! lender's side. Banks are retime to provide the people company can visit the webceiving thousands of incomwith the tools they need. site at www.ConsuxnerEdu! plete or inaccurate Nurse said he became cationOnline.com. Cl E News Alert The Florida Law States 111at You May Be Entitled To $10,000 Service Support and Help from the begiming' to the end. Splnallnjuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian lncidenls Motorcycle Aocidenls Truck Accidents Slpandfals Bicycle Bus And More. .. For Loss Wages And Medical c.& ... (PtP Insurance Needed) "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To You Tube and Plllch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hours A /7 Days A Week Adll'llt'tl!dna Inc. z m i m c ; m i ;c: c :a i ;c:

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Moolhe 8olh Ediliona : $87. 00.Per Year 8oCh Ediliona ()pirolc)N __ clonot-'Y ... --.oeotn.----.._, "' ... SUPIIIn Rlstlrlll WIMP nd for those of you who don't know, W-T-M-P are the call-letters for a Tampa-Hillsborough County radio station, which for years, was the voice of Tampa Bay's Black community. In the wee hours of the early-bright, men and women just coming home from work, or boys and girls getting ready for school could tune into 1150 on the AM dial and would hear a deep operatic voice intone," W-W-W-T-T T-M-M-M-P-P-P: TAM-PA!'' These days, that voice is stilled. 0 In the parlance of modern-day, wrMP-AM has gone "off-line," having been sold to the highest bidder under a 0 mysterious set ofbackdoor circumstances. However, due z to the efforts of Tampa-activists James Ransom and Jetie C Wilds, the reality of the presence ofwrMP and the dream of its return is being kept alive, at least on the pages of the 0 local news. ffi Realizing the daunting, uphill struggle these two sup porters and their associates face in an attempt to save that > which has for all intents and purposes already died, we ffi cast our lot with theirs both verbally as well as histori> cally. W How does one contend with progress? Indeed, there fi:l once was a time when almost every town with a popula ::Z: tion of more than two thousand boasted a local radio sta0 tion. Disc jockeys became celebrities of their ::::; CD communities. History was made and replayed on those fabled stations. A. Then came Sirius XM. The Internet became a goose that laid golden eggs like Twitter, Blog, Myspace, You Tube, lu electronic beasties that ate away at the importance of ::j local and even national radio. Consequently, the question was asked, "Has local radio outlived its usefulness?" Such a question confronts us now. But we dreamersw of the world seem to have an answer: "Only we deter Z mine the definition of our past." Fight on, Brothers. Your present is our present. w en C a: 0 ..J u.. Hlrlda's 'Fre UIIIIICS' 1111 unve I f this editorial draws you in, no doubt it's because you may either be unemployed, have a family mem ber who is unemployed or you may know someone who is either unemployed, has been unemployed for some time, or is presently underemployed. Yes, Black Americans are desperately disproportionate regarding across-the-board unemployment. Consequently, we believe it is eye-opening for the readers to realize the State of Florida is being investigated by the U. S. Labor Department for making unemployed Floridians jump through hoops in order to apply for unemployment benefits. Applicants must apply online for unemployment bene fits (whether they have a computer or not). They must use an application and testing process that can take more than an hour to understand and finish, and though the process may be found and activated in most public li braries, patrons can only use a computer for an hour at a time if there is a waiting list. So, guess who's least likely to own a computer and who is most often discouraged from applying for benefits they c( deserve? W In a society where the rich continue to eat caviar while C) the poor eat biscuits, there is no excuse for gross inoon venience when trying to do better for oneself. ean Colson, the Chairman of Florida s D state university sys tem Board of Governors con gratulated 8 Florida A& M University Board of Trustees for following his directive. Last week, Colson wrote a terse letter to the BOT de manding that F AMU Presi dent, Dr. James Ammons be held "accountable Well, a majority of the board did just that by following Colson's demand, essentially saying Ammons had not done enough. Ammons, in his usual stoic manner, said he got the message and would continue towork hard to improve the university. Many Alumni commented on how it took a certain type of person to sit through two days of that board meeting. But Am mons knew what he signed up for, after all leading FAMU is in a genre all its own The Robert Champion hazing tragedy has p l agued the nation s top HBCU for 7 months. And interestingly enough, BOG Chairman Col son has a great deal of expe rience with this kind of horror, but bas a whole dif ferent approach to prescrib ing directives to university presidents especially FAMU. Colson served on the board of trustees of the University of Miami for 10 years when UM student, Chad Meredith died in what a jury said was a fraternity haz ing episode in 2001. Mered ith bad a .13 blood alcohol level when he and two lead ers of Kappa Sigma, the fra ternity he was pledging tried to swim across Lake Osceola. The fraternity members did not help Meredith when he flailed in the water and cried out for help. They made it, but Chad drowned 34 feet from shore. The Florida legislature passed the Chad Meredith anti-azing law in 2005, while Colson was Chairman of the UM board of trustees Col son's chastising, of the FAMU Board Offrustees and Ammons, is directed where Rick Scott tells him to di rect it. And be seems to have forgotten the horror of haz ing and its ability to derail a university mission. Appar ently, the accountably ques tion eluded him when it cam e to challenging the l eader of his alma mater, under such grim circumstances. Maybe it just didn't occur to him that someone should be held "accountable." FAMU Trustee, Dr. Spur geon McWilliams called Governor Rick Scott out at the last meeting. He sa i d Scott was interfering again and dictating to board mem hers. He was right. Gov. Scott is still angry about thousands ofF AMU students who marched on the gover nor s mansion to ke e p h im from meddling with FAMU. Scott loves to kick the ant hill. He is still smarti ng over his meeting shortly there after with Ammons, former State Senator, AI Lawson and trustee member Mar jorie Turnbull where he tried to force Ammons to take a paid leave. That didn't work at all. Ammons efforts to root out hazing while maintaining the university mission has been hampered by the piling on of investigations, that have nothing to do with Robert Champion's death. Rick Scott uses FDL E as if it were the secret police that he sics on those who defy him. The Florida Supreme Court is having that experi ence right now. F AMU was on the verge of collapse when Pres. Am mons took over. It s amaz ing that be has managed to restore accreditation t o many of theschools, present t hree consecutive years of clean au d i ts whil e mai nta i ning th e university status as the na tion s top HBCU and one of 15 of the most popular un i versitiesin the country Rick Scott is so unpopu lar, it's remarkable that Col son and certain trustee members follow the man and still hold their heads up. But then again Rick Scott do e not follow the rules and of course t he rul es are a lw ays different for FAMU

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local Bail Bondsman Business 0 ner Savs 22Dd Sponson Jingle Contest SUeet Enhancement iii Ira and Anntionette Thornton, owners and operators of I.T. Bail Bonds, were trying to come up with a new concept to advertise their business. After giving it a lot of thought, the couple thought hosting a jingle contest would be a great idea, but once they started marketing their idea around town they discovered no one here had e ver h e ard of such a thing. I wa s told that the concept i s p retty common in high ma r ke t ar e as like New Yor k C h icago Los Angeles and South F lo r ida, b ut "t hadn't b een t rie d her e, said Ira Thornton. Most of the busi nesses here allow the networks to conceive their jingles but I thought we could get a lot more if we held a contest. The contest is being con ducted by a local radio station and began on June nth. It will end June 29th at 5:30 p.m. To participate in the promotion, mail an audio CD of your 30 sec ond jingle for I.T. Bail Bonds, including the business name and the business phone number, (813) 231-BOND, to I.T. Bail Bonds Jingle Contest Attn: Wild 94.1 Promotions, CBS Radio, 9721 Executive Center Drive, North, suite 200, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33702 during the pro motion period. All entries must be postmarked by June 24th and received by June 27 at 5 p. m Submit your first name and last name, complete address, city, state, zip code telephone number, date of birth and a valid email address, as well as your audio entry Only one entry per person is permitted Entries submit ted will not be acknowledged or returned. Proof of submission of an entry shall not be deemed proof of receipt by the radio station A cash prize of $1,000 will be awarded to the winner. For more information, call (813) Reporter Leon B. Qoews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e mailed at lcrews@/lsentineLcom. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Poi.Dt Oflke Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Saite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Co)Jilty Prosecutor-Depufy Chief Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 ( 813)269.9706 Fax: (813)96()..0641 Supplemental Security au. ..... w,!Q Compensation Long-Tenn/Short-Term D18ab1J1ty FMLA/ ERISA Retaliation 220 E. stteet. Sutte lll Q Tampa. FL 83602 {813) 223-1200 www.fonllawftnn.org Proiectls Going Farward City officials are negotiating with the owners of these two houses at 36o1 and 36o3 uOO Street to be purchased for customer parking for the adjacent strip mall during the 22nd Street Enhancement Project. 6 ::zJ BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Stafi'Writer Bernard Jordan, the owner of a strip mall between 28th and 29th Avenues said as far as be knows, the City of Tampa plans to continue to move forward with its 22nd Street Enhancement Project Mr. Jordan's businesses are in the Lake Avenue to 26th Avenue stretch of the project, and the last area to be developed. "In my last contact with the city, they were still try ing to acquire a couple of lots to my north s0 my cus tomers will have somewhere to park while the street is being torn up. I' m also try ing to get them to close one block of 29th Avenue." Mr. Jordan sa i d the sug gestion to hav e his c ustomers park a t the rear o f the stri p mall was one he opposed immediately. "I' m not going to inconve-nience people by having them walk around the buildings. That would create other problems, and then there's the welfare of their cars, because they will be out of sight. The area is poorly lit as well." Mr. Jordan said he wants to see some good faith efforts from the city that they are going to do the right thing for the communi ty. "My plans for improvements also hinge on available parking for my customers. "I know it s been approved for the lots to be purchased above its appraised value. "In West Tampa, things are going fine in spite of obstacles in my path I have plans fo r the Bexley Building on Main Street but I have a lot of i rons in the fire and I believe in keeping m y family clos e, and God clos e r. The community has to be pleased, not just me. City of Tampa Econom i c Opportunity Administrator Bob McDonaqh, said the 0 city is still pursuing a piece !2 of property for Mr. ::I Jordan's use, and they've had conversations with r; other property owners as well. r "I also want to announce J;i that through an agreement ::I with the city and the Department of TransportaC: tion, an agreement was reached to maintain the Cii angular parking for some of the businesses between Lake C Avenue and 26th Avenue. Ms. Dorothy McDaniel !D grew up in the house at 3601 -< North 22nd Street, one of c;! two houses, a long with a m vacant l ot, the city is trying C to purchase. "I still own the house, and J> z I want to make sure I get c what I think is the right price f o r the house," sai d Ms. McDaniel. The house next t o Ms. McDaniel's at 3603 North 22nd Street i s owned by Deeper Life Ministries. 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rna For America Firstladv Unveils Healthv lunchtime Challenge For Kids First lady Michelle Obama gives a high-five to junior ranger Paige Owens, to, during an event to help launch Obama's Let's Move Outside. The White House is look ing for kid chefs to submit original recipes, as part of the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge. Winners will be invited to attend a Kids' "State Dinner" at the White c House in August, where a 0: selection of the recipes will be served, according to z Letsmove.gov. "We all want to ensure that our kids are eating nutritious, delicious food at every meal, and as a mom I know that parents are always look ing for new ideas to make that happen. Kids must be between the ages of 8-12, and are encour aged to look at the MyPlate nutritional guidelines to create their healthy recipes, which should represent each food group. c:t On the website, First Lady Michelle Obama talks about the challenge, w tw > w c w :::1: en :J CD a. z i= w ...J ...J CD ...J w z i= z w en c:t c a: 0 ...J iL 505 East JKbon St. Suite 1303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33802 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY stop FONCioeure & CrecHton ....... ._. REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW THOMAS E. PARNELL, ESQ Obama Campaign Releases First Black Radio Ad PRES. BARACK OBAMA The Barack Obama re election campaign Tuesday aired its first radio ad target ing African-Americans, cam paign officials confirmed. The 6o-second ad, entitled "We've Got Your Back," appeals to black voters' nos talgia about the election of the nation's first AfricanAmerican president, calling for those voters to stand with the president again in November. "Four years ago we made history," a male announcer says. "Now it's time to move forward and finish what we started together. We have to show the President we have his back." The spot is intercut with audio from President Obama's speeches, touching on familiar political and campaign themes. NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. Supreme Coon Refuses To Hear ainher' Argument Again WASHINGTON -The Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal challenging President Barack Obama's U.S. citizenship and his eligibility to serve as commander in chief. Without comment, the high court on Monday refused to hear an appeal from Alan Keyes, Wiley Drake and Markham Robinson. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the challengers did not have legal standing to file the lawsuit. The U.S. Constitution sa y s only a natural born citizen may serve as president. Th e challengers allege that Pres. Obama, whose father wa s Kenyan, was born in that African country, rather than in Hawaii. They claim his Hawaii birth certificate is a forgery. Hawaii officials have repeatedly verified Obama's citizenship. Keyes and Drake ran against Pres. Obama on the American Independent Party ticket and Robinson serves as the party's chairman. AClU Sues Florida Over Voter Purge Program The ACLU has filed a lawsuit to stop the state of Florida from a plan to purge its voter rolls and require some to re-verify their citizenship or lose registered status. The lawsuit is the latest chapter in a politically charged battle over the swing-state's voter registration practices ahead of the November elections. The ACLU of Florida says the state's attempt to remove ineligible voters from the rolls violates the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which was designed to protect minority groups from voter discrimi nation. Their claims mirror those made by the U.S. Department of Justice, which earlier this month ordered Florida to cease its contro versial program. "The illegal program to purge eligible voters uses inaccurate information to remove eligible citizens from the voter rolls," said Howard Simon, Executive Director of ACLUFL, in a statement when the suit was filed Friday. The ACLUFL is joined by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (LCCRUL) and the law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP in the suit Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner has rejected claims that the program violates federal law, standing behind the efforts supported by Gov. Rick Scott and state Republican lawmakers. In a letter sent last week, Detzner requested clarification on the 1993 National Voters Registration Act from the Justice Department by June 11.

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FYI Talent Search Competmon Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Pi Iota Chapter invites the community to a Youth Talent Search Competition. The event will be held Saturday, June 16, 2012, 1-6 p. m. at Bible-Based Fellowship Church, 4811 Ehrlich Rd., Tampa (33624). The Talent Search Competition is an attempt to provide a platform to assist talented high school seniors and juniors to display performing arts talents. The program includes classi cal, semi-classical and contemporary music, as well as the performing arts The local winner will move on to compete at the state and possibly the district and national levels. The local win ners will receive a cash prize. For additional information, contact (813) 394-5776 or (813) 846-8411. James Green is Basileus and Ron Cherry is Com mittee Chairman. APPIV Now For Hillsborough Countv Neighborhood Mini-Grants Neighborhood associations can now apply for mini-grants up to $2,500 for fiscal year 2013 to fund projects to improve their communities and increase civic involvement. Hillsborough County's Office of Neighborhood Relations is accepting applications through Friday, August 17 at 5 p. m. Applications for the minigrants are available on the' County's website at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/onr/minigrant. These mini-grants support community projects in neighborhoods located in unincorporated areas of the County, and the cities of Plant City, Tampa, and Temple Terrace. Previous grant-funded projects include shrub and flower planting, subdivision entrance s igns, playground equipment, neighborhood festivals, crime watch programs, websites, newsletters, and education activities. Applications will be reviewed by the Neighborhood MiniGrant Evaluation Committee and approved by the Board of County Commissioners. Only one grant will be awarded per neighborhood association. Recipients will be notified by November 30. Completed applications may be dropped off or mailed to Office of Neighborhood Relations, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 1st Floor, Tampa, FL 33602, or faxed to 813-276-2621. The Mini-Grant Program was established in 1988 by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners to improve and revitalize communities, and strengthen neighborhood associations. For more information, call ONR at 813-272-5860. ::IJ c c.. c: z m ..... U'l N 0 ..... N "T1 r-0 ::IJ c > (/) m z ::::i z m r-ID c: r r m -t z ., c: ID r-c;; ::1: m c m < m -t c: m (/) c > z c "T1 ::IJ c

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It) .,.. w z ..., c Grand Opening 11 East Tampa Computer lab Planned a: Several years ago, a County. LL Tampa entrepreneur had a It is located on the first floor of the Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, which offers the public easy access. vision. He simply wanted to have a small business that gave computer acc_ess to youngsters in the inner city. Ralph Smith began introducing youngsters to computers in an area in the public library 15 years ago. Now, Smith is preparing to open the third location of a business designed to close the digital gap. On Monday, June 15th, Smith will host the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Lee Davis Computer Lab/ Access Florida. The event will take place at the Lee Davis Neighborhood RALPH SMITH of the Computer Mentors Group, Inc. able to use 16 lab computers to conduct job searches and can access the Internet to check e-mails. All of the services offered a free to the community. Smith said, "We are real ly overjoyed to bring this lab directly to the heart of Belmont Heights to provide a service for its clientele. We would also like to thank Commissioner (Les) Miller, Jr., for making this a reality." Smith also said his orga nization is grateful to Mrs. Anika Coney, Interim Regional Service Center Manager at Hillsborough County Family & Aging Services for her assistance Service Center, 3402 N. c 22nd Street, from 9 a.m. to Several years ago, Smith created the first Access Florida lab at the home office of Computer Mentors, Inc., 2802 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Last year, more than 1,100 people took advantage of its location in East Tampa. The new lab is one of the largest Access Florida labs in Hillsborough Fifteen years ago, when Smith began making his vision a reality, he knew just what he wanted to accom plish. "I always wanted to start a small school and we have surpassed that small vision. Now, the only thing left is for us to own our own building." a: LL Q z c( c en w li: w i:i Q w J: en ::J m a. z _. _. m _. w z j::: z w en c:t c a: 0 _. LL to a.m. The Lee Davis Computer Laboratory will house the Access Florida Program, a state program that allows members of the public to use fax, telephone, and CO!Jl puters to apply for public assistance. Clients are also Speaking for Ieself"' City of Editor Iris Holton can be reached at 248-1921 or iholton@flsentinel.com UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., 33605 248-59:::10 Call Dr. Cross 1-800-557-7767 Do )OU rth Lu::k Prob!t'l'lS Re abonShiDS Call Dr. Cross Now. If you are in the midst of a crisis, there is help foryou.loss of a loved one, bad-luck, sickness, job problems. You can be helped. D 1 800 557 7767 ELDER H. H. HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship A.M. 1 -800-557 -n67 Toll Free Dr. Cross can he_, you "'"ere all othe11 hae failed. B i ble Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED ---------------------Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church 2606 West Grace Street Tampa, Florida 33607 (813) 879-3964 www.mounttabo.rmb.com Theme: .. The Christian Pastor who is a Spiritual Father" 1 Thessalonians 2: 11 Thunday, Jaae ll,lOllat 7:30 p.m. Minister Steve Williams First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, Tampa, Fl. Reverend Anthony Greene, Pastor Sunday, Joe 24, 201lat 8:00 a.m. Minister Ricky Boykins First Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church Punta Gorda, FL Friday, June ll, lOll at 7:30p.m. Pastor Eric Campbell Faith Temple Missionary Baptist Church Tampa, Fl. Sunday, June 24, 20U at 3:30 p.m. Pastor Remer Baker, Jr. Shiloh Missionary Baptist Churc4 Kissimmee, FL Tampa Native Featured In National Magazines BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Garrett Johnson and his partner created an electronic generated messaging vehicle with the idea of helping his nephew's charter school. At the time, Johnson never realized that the idea had the potential of a universal appli cation. He and his partner raised $2 million in funding after com pleting YCombinator for institutions such as Menlo Ventures and for public fig ures such as Jeb Bush. Last month, Johnson was featured in Black Enterprise Magazine advising others on how to raise venture capital funding. "The original idea was to help my nephew's charter school communicate more efficiently. Many or poor families have limited access to computers and emails, but everyone has a cell phone We made SMS a seri ous organizational business utility, which has attracted a lot of early interest," Johnson said. The website entitled SendHub, was created and introduced last summer, designed to help improve teacher to student communi cation. The idea that has received enormous support is a group texting platform that enables someone to send one text m essage to groups of 10, 20, or even 200 people they may need to reach. Each user cre ates his or her own contact database and controls the messages they send and the program is free. Johnson said, one person who uses the new electronic tool is Ricky Sailor, founder of UnsignedPres. GARRETT JOHNSON ... Product Featured in National Magazines "Every summer Ricky takes high school students on a tour of colleges to meet with coaches, other athletes and potentially try out for scholar ships. We more than 40 par ents worried about their chil dren, the need for updates can be incredibly time consuming. "Our platform enables any one to create cell phone data bases and send group text messages." A Tampa native, Johnson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nate (Carmen Brown) Johnson. He graduated from Tampa Catholic High School with honors. He continued his education at Florida State University, where he graduated magna cum laude with a double major in Political Science and English. He was also a member of the school's track team and set several records as an athlete. Johnson earned the Florida State Golden Torch Award given to the FSU stu dent athlete with the highest grade point average. Following graduation, Johnson completed his Master s Degree in Migration Studies in 2006 as a Rhodes Scholar at Exeter College, Oxford University in England. lnl AIIIUAl111N Mill'S COIH ENCI ........... 11111 ... ,_..,.U.M4ft,.... SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 2012 9:00AM -12:00 PM COLUGE HILL CONFERENCE CENTER 1002 L DL MAmll LUTHER KIIIG, JL BOULEVARD DR. IEIIDH ATWATER, PH.D., Hillsborouth Community College ELDa CIIIUS AIII1IOIW. row11011 PI.WE WLIIl-239 0111

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Local Tampa Housinoluthoritv Receives 11 National Awards ?< BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, the Tampa Housing Authority was named a 2012 recipient of seventeen prestigious awards. The agency has also been nominated to receive 4 Awards of Excellence. The Housing Authority is reco gnize d for servi ce in seve ral areas i ncluding pro grams and services that have enha nced the lives of its te n ants Jerome Ryans, Presi d ent and CEO of the Tampa Hous i ng Authority sa i d I am so very proud of all of the initiatives that we have been able to imple ment as a way to provide a continuum of extraordinary service to our residents and this community. We are well on our way to becoming the best housing authority in the state due to the commitment of our ded icated staff," Ryans said. The National Association of Housing Redevelopment Officials Merit Awards (NAHRO) selected the award recipients. The awards were for the following programs and ser vices: THE Moses White Estates Redevelopment, a LEED gold community. Installation of the J. L. Young Solar Photovoltaic System, reducing energy consumption and lowering tenant utility bills. J. L. Young In-House Hotel Plan (innovative sys tem of relocating residents during property renova tion). Housing Choice Voucher Program ; T h e M argare t A. Fisher Scholarship P r ogram a pro gram that provides scholar s hips to eligible public and assisted housing students. The Agency Management Report (2011); HCV (Housing Choice Voucher) quarterly newslet ter; Monthly SEMAP (Section 8 Management Assessment Program); HCV 100% audit of Program files to comply with and enhance RIM an SEMAP scores and assure federal dollars are used effi-WWW. WD'Uli.OI'Il The joy ofmusie should-be iMerrupk.d by. ootDtDel'da) -Leonard Bmutein "Meet The Radio Crew at The Flavors of Gospel at Ragin Sports Grill in Channelside on June 24, 2012." Starting at 5 p.m. OF TAMPA Men's Conference Force ofthe Future -The Kingdom Man" SaturdayJune 16, lOll + 9AM -lPM Umlv4!r'itw Florlilll Manlttlll Center, TIIIIIJHI Florit/11 Apostle Gregory L. Anderson Conference Host & Senior Pastor Keyno te Speaker Call 8 13-373-4900/(912) 223-2794 or visi t www.pat hwa ytocbrts t .org to purchase tickets & additional infonnation Cost: $35 ( includes lunch) Don't Miss It -God Bless & I See You Tim-e! JEROME RYANS President/CEO of the Tampa Housing Authority ciently ; Annual Elder Affairs Day Program (Older American Month celebra tion) provided opportunity for more than 400 seniors from THA and Hillsborough County to be honored for their participation in senior programs; Elderly Services Comp rehensive Health, Wellness and Social Services Programs; Senior Cabaretincreases the social interaction for approximately 650 THA seniors; The 2011 Fatherbood Initiative; ROSS (Resident Oppor tunities for Self Sufficiency Program); The Youth-build Program; The Housing Choice .... Voucher Landlord/Owner U1 Participation Program and ; Electronic Quality Control Monitoring of tenant Files (Section 8 program) as a way to increase efficiency and space. The Housing Authority i s vying for the National Award of Excellence for its Moses White E states Redevelopment; Margaret A Fisher Scholars h i p Program; Electroni c Quality Control Monitoring of ten ant files; and its installation of Solar Photovoltaic System Program at J. L. Young f! Apartments. 0 c )lo 0 m z ::::! z m r-aJ c rr-!!I z c aJ r-cn ::::1: m c m < m :D -< -t c m 0 c > z lilli!lliilll :D 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST o/acation (}3i6Ce Schoo{ We sincerely extend this invitation to all our Tampa Bay community brethren and neighbors in joining us for our 2012 VBS. It is our m1ss1on 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. ."f SQ, climb aboard The Kingdom Express! (IJe ye unmwgJfe, always a6oundi111J in tne wor( of tlie on 1 Corinthians 15:58 Date/Time: June 18th 22nd N ightly 7:00 p.m. Place: 29th Street Church of Christ 3 3 10 N. 29th St. Tampa F L Contact/Transportation: ( 8 1 3 ) 242-4572 c

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II) .East TIIDPI Groups AnnouncaiiDPOnant MonthlvMaatinu On Wednesday, June 20th at 6 p. m., the District 5 Citizens Advisory Committee and the College Hill Crime Watch Group will hold their monthly meeting at the Lee Davis Center, 3302 North 22nd Street. Advisory Committee Chairman, David Denson, said this is a very important meeting for citizens to attend. Scheduled to speak at the meeting will be State Representative Betty Reed; city Councilman Frank Reddick; .Jerry Williams from Code Enforcement, and the DAVID DENSON > Tampa Police Department's District .111 Shift g: Commander. u. Also scheduled to speak will be the Lee Davis Center c Manager, Anika Coney. main topics of discussion will be concerns about the community, voting information, and updates on the 22nd Street Enhancement Project. Time will be allotted for c public comments, and the en Ms. Cynthia Few is Chair of the College Hill Crime Watch Group. w ;::) t-li: w > w w 3404 E. Deleuil St., Tampa, FL 3361 0 ::1: (Corn.r of 34th St. and Deleuil Ave) en ( 813) 525-8855 ::J &IMI..Ifltol./MUCiuUt 1D "You are invited to with Us!" ;::) Ill. ... z Sabbath School 11:00 ...J ...J ;::) m ...J living Word of God (Mid-Week Service) 7:15 p.m. *Tune Into the Moment o f Faith Broadcast On Radio Station WT1S 1110 AM Every Sunday at 2:00-2:30 p.m. founder & OversNr. i= z w en c Q a: 0 ...J u. c 0 w CJ West Central florida f>aptist Association Installation Service for Moderator l.any D. 5a1ue, Sr .. M. Div The General Baptist Stat& ConVenllon of Florida llllllllltion Serviot tor ... aawly......, llollll-l..a'ry D B11U, Sr.; it Div. lnslallation Speaker: Dr. Htary J. Lyons General Baptist Stall Convention President When: SUnday, Jill& 24, 2012 3 Where: New Salam M. B. Church 405 N. Oregon Ave., Tampa, A. 33606 Dt....,J...._. ......... o. -.St. M.lllr......... A Souvenir Booklet and Pab'Ons List Is being fonned. Contact Unda Edwards at (813) 389-3776 or WCFBAOyahoo.com by June 18,2012 to be included. Ad prices: $100 fUll page, $50 half page, $25 quarter page, $20 business card & free wll patrons list ................ ,...... .. ...... Bllueaf St.l'lllrllleq, R. Ill II .. ._. Pillar fila. Nlw Grice lillY lllatar lllplllt Cludl (Sl ................ ....., of ...... Grice lllry OUIIucll IMitlyafr... R.. ....... ............. alllconlafAccutt ',..,....._Evart II a& .. --.,..,......, .................... fi_rwc.taglt ..... 'Flavors II Gospel' Event wants To Brinl The Culture Back On June 24th at the Ragin Sports Grill, 1120 East Kennedy Boulevard, an event will be held that will showcase all genres of music, from neo-soul to R&B, pop and hip hop with the delicious cuisine form Ragin Sports Grill in the Channelside District. 1Flavors of Gospel" will begin at 5 p. m. and end at 10 p.m., and will give the audience the music they want to hear, as well as some Spoken Word poetry. The organizers said if you have an appetite for flavor, there will be something there for you. You can dine inside or out on the patio under the stars with entertainment in both locations. There will be 17 video screens streaming the videos everyone loves by natioiiai and local artists. There will also be 5 DJs tag teaming on two turntables, spinning before, during, and after the FYI Volunteers leaded Tllel1 Feed Thelun1n Volunteers are needed to deliver hot, nutritious meals to the homebound in Pinellas County. Volunteering for the Neighborly Meals on Wheels program is a hands-on, front line experience. Anyone-with 1-1j2 to 2 hours during midday can help in their neighborhood to improve someone's life and make a real difference in this critical area of need Currently, there is a des perate need for volunteers lo deliver in the Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Gulfport, and Pinellas Park areas. The meals are picked up at a site near the driver and delivered to the homebound in a particular area (maps and directions are provided). The meals are intended for seniors who are living alone, too poor to buy food, or too frail to shop and cook for themselves. The need is growing every day Neighborly needs compas sionate, caring volunteers to share their time with lonely, isolated seniors. Anyone wanting additional informa tion about the program can call Sandi Narron at (727) 573-9444, ext. 4210. YOUNGSAINf live concert that will include 15 or more artists. There will also be line dances, rockers and steppers. Everyone is asked to bring a friend, church members, neighbors, and even a total stranger. There is no cover char ge no alcohol, and a totally family friendly event with games prizes, vendors and two hours of free park ing. Among the artists sched uled to appear will be : CT HGA, Willo-Style, Adam Gilley, D-Way Praise, Brillance, Young Saint, Petey the Disciple, Godspeed, Clok, Jerell Johnson, Sicily, Kerlyn Joseph, Mozell Randle, Geek, Trimundos Dance Group, Ryte Flyte Entertainment, and appearances by Pat Houser and The Righteous Tempe of Hip Hop Crew. The goal is to provide an alternative place for righteous people, especially youth, to attend. For more information, please contact Wanda Ryte Flyte at (480) FLY RYITE, or Pastor/Coach K. L. Muldrow at (813) 3616520 WSFC Deliverance Ministry, Inc. Sunday Moming -lnten:.uory Pray.r (11:00 a.m ) Sunday Moming Worship Celebration (11 :30 a.m.) Monday Nights School of Deliverance (7:00p.m. ) (Why Deliverance Is Important In This Hour) Friday Nights Evangelistic Praise & Worship, Healing and Deliverance Service (7:00 p.m.) (813) 787-2025

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Donations Help Youth league Replace Stolei Equipment On Monday afternoon, members of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers donated $3,500 to the Highland Pines Cougars Unity League Football Team to help replace equipment stolen from their storage facility. The presentation was made at the Jackson Heights NFL Yet Center, corner of N. 34th Street and E. Lake Avenue. On hand for the donation were from left to right Bucs cheerleader Kendell, Adam Hayward, Orlando Gudes, City Councilman Frank Reddick, Ms. Miray Holmes, Bucs' Director of Community Relations, Connor Barth, and Bucs cheerleader Elisa. Some of the athletes who will become Cougars are shown in the photograph. (Photography by BRUNSON). 5852 NORTH DALE MABRY, 2 MILES NORTH OF RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM 888-201-7031 Photos are for illu stration purposes only. 1996 Autonation,lnc ,.. z c ., :lJ c

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..... w z ;:::) .., c a: u. Difterent Ideas loom on Celebrating ling Holidav REP. DARRYL E. ROUSON ... Wants to change parade date BYGWENHAYFS Sentinel Editor C The Martin Luther King Drum Major For Justice c Parade in St. Petersburg has Z been in existence for 27 C years. The parade has always been held on the King Holiday. And, if left up to W the parade's primary founder, Sevell Brown, III fi: and his Legacy Association, w it will remain on the King (:j Holiday. c However State Reprew sentative Darryl E. Ronson, a supporter of citi :::i zen action .:::: volunteering and public service wants to a. change it. Z The parade was begun to tu celebrate the life and legacy ..J of the late Dr. Martin Luther ..J ;:, King, Jr., thus the name ID "Drum Major For Justice." irl After attending the NCNW Z 27th Annual Martin Luther !z King Prayer Breakfast in St. W Petersburg January 2012, where he received the c Outstanding Community ii: Leadership Award, Atty. 9 Rouson made remarks. In u. those remarks he stated that St. Petersburg has been sleeping through the trans formation. What he visions is 1,000 people attending the breakfast, that number multiplying to more than 3,000 who will do a variety of community services clean houses, paint, clean the parks "do public ser vice that truly honors the man, he said. He has raised over $soo,ooo, which will be used to hire 20 high school and college students "to edu cate the community about the transformation, create a public service act and imple ment the act. After a project coordinator is hired, the group will be starting in ..October. Brown says the MLK Commissioners and Mayor SEVELL BROWN, ill Parade founder Bill Foster of St. Petersburg are all in favor of the parade remaining on Monday. A delegation met back in January to convey opposition to the change, Brown added. Brown and Ronson have not met to discuss the issue at hand. Tampa's James Ransom of the Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA), which sponsors the annual breakfast in Tampa, has attempted to be a medi ator between them, both of whom he knows. "Darryl and Sevell are both resourceful and have contributed to the betterment and special interest of the African American com munity ... It is my hope that Darryl will find another day to launch his event and not exacerbate matters with unnecessary tension," Ransom continued "I support keeping the parade on the Monday, the national holiday ... support Daryl having his idea real: ized on a day that does not conflict, compete or cause any interruption to the parade or its related events," he concluded. Over the last 10-12 years, Atty. Ronson says his constituents along Martin Luther King have complained about the fallout after the parade -fights, stabbings, drinking, public drunkenness. "Instead of honoring a peaceful man, we conclude the day with vio lence ... We've had this tradi tion for 27 years now it's time to re-evaluate the tradi tion." According to Brown, this is not the first time an attempt has been made to sabotage the parade and Battle of the Bands, but the event survived. "We're say ing, 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it," Brown said Veteran's IDSDIIII to Open New Mental Health FacllltV In upcoming months the Veteran's Administration will hire new employees with backgrounds m mental health. The new employees will become staff at a new Veteran'.s Hospital Mental Health Clinic in Tampa. The new, larger mental health facility will replace the existing facility located at the James A. Haley Veteran's Hospital in Tampa. The new clinic is expected to open next summer at 10770 N. 46th Street Ms. Carolyn Clark, Public Affairs Officer for the James A. Haley Veteran's Hospital said, the new facility is a continuation of services being offered to veterans. "It will be located offsite in the same building as our eye care facility and Poly Trauma Center. We also have our pharmacy dermatology and compensated work therapy center offsite. The facility will provide service to veterans m Hillsborough County as well as those in the surrounding areas of Hernando, Pasco, and Polk Counties. The VA will provide buses to trans pOrt patients to and from the facility. The hospital will hire 13 new mental health clinicians and 3 administrative support personnel. New employees will join an existing active team to treat Veterans through individualized care, readjustment counseling, and immediate crisis services. The hospital anticipates that the majority of the clini cians and support staff will be hired locally within six months The additional staff will opportunities for long-term care of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder research and to explore alter native therapy. The current mental health facility opened in 1972 and has continued to expand to meet the needs of veterans. The Bay Pines Veteran's Hospital in Pinellas County will hire 54 employees for its new facility. That facility will be completed in 2014. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921; or emailed at holton @jlsentinel.com. In The Spotlight HA NNA Hanna, it is in indeed a pleasure to wel come you back as this week's Spotlight fea ture. Obviously, a face you never get tired of seeing, Hanna loves being in the spotlight, and can be seen around town enjoying her self with friends and family. Hanna has a serious side, and can be found working on the phase of her life that will take her to the next level. Hanna always finds the time to relax, and when it comes to the man in her life, he must also be able to relax, have a sense of humor, be strong, talented, handsome, and intelligent. Congratulations to Hanna 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. WORKERS' COMPENSATION CML SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 Plus Costs) Arrested and Concerned About Your LegalllU!rhtc''l Can Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Crillliul Records ud AppealtTampa, FL 33602

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:D BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Ridge and Brooke enjoy a romantic af ternoon exploring an olive grove; Steffy wallows alone in her misery; Eric and Stephanie discuss how much they regret not travel ing to Italy; Deacon hounds Bill for details about his part in the plan. Hope changes her mind about the location of the wedding; Brooke reaches out to Steffy as a friend; Deacon's guilt gets the best of him; Bill comes across a crucial obstacle as he works out the final details of his plan. DAYS OF OURUVESChad blames Will for his fa ther's shooting; Ian pro poses a shocking idea to EJ; Kate fears Brady is back on drugs; EJ tries to come up with a way to clear Will's name; Gabi comforts Chad. Kayla reveals the real reason why she is in Salem; Bo asks Hope if anything happened between her and John in Alamania; Victor promises Maggie that he'll never lie to her again; Jennifer and Abe try to comfort Kayla. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Sonny opens up; Johnny is haunted; Luke and Anna share a close moment. Kate feels guilty; Dante questions Johnny; Luke and Anna seek advice. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Daniel and Phyllis make a shocking dis covery about Daisy, while Cane confronts Genevieve about her illegal activities. Nikki and Sharon's fight lands them in jail, while Paul fears that Ricky may harm Heather. Gemini (May 21-June 21) --Take care of kitchen repairs. Spend less and save up for something you really need. Com pare costs to check all the options. A partner fields an oppor tunity. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Your standards could get challenged but they hold to the test. Stick to your core values. Add enthusiasm. A partner finds this enticing. A new locale in spires you. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Draw upon inner strength to navigate today's obstacle course with ease. Thank a nag for the reminder. Don't bend the rules. Renegotiate terms. Mop up messesinimediately. (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Choose private over public. Improve communication channels for ease. Be sure to read the small print, and take over for a friend who's indisposed. Libra (Sept. 23-<>ct. 22) --You're better at negotiating than you give yourself credit for. Keep your feet on the ground and complete an important task. Keep to your priorities. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Get into studies for extra productivity. Avoid distractions. You may need to tum down an invitation. Reward yourself well when the job's done. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) --Things are about to get busier. Leave your savings intact for now. Pay bills before going shopping. Remind yourself today of something you did really well. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --Spend time to perfect your home environment. Stick to the budget. Face-to-face in teractions produce great ideas. Spend some time playing out doors. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) --Look closely to see the way of things. Don t cut comers, even if tempted. There's a reward for going the long way. Go back to basics. It's hidden in plain sight. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) --Feed your curiosity to dis cover the answer. Study the manual, and get into the books. Don't reveal your entire agenda immediately. Fulfill a personal dream. Aries (March 21-Apri119) --Forward momentum calls. If you get stopped from going for something out of shyness or fear push yourselftowards boldness and even audacity. Conditions favor that. 1 Taurus (Apri12o-May 20) --Encourage a friend to do the research. They have an interest, too. If you can't get whaf you need close to home, look farther away. You're gaining re spect and status. Madagascar 3 Ben Stiller (Lion), Chris Rock (Zebra) and the efficient penguins came through with their best Madagascar movie. Adults and kids will enjoy this one. (1 hr./35 min.). No. 1 at the Box Office. Made $6oM. (Budget $145M). **** Prometheus Director Ridley Scott (Alien) takes the crew back to space to dis cover a new world filled with you know what, Aliens. If you like sci-fi horror, this movie is for you. (2 hrs./5 mins.) Made $51M: (Budget NjA). **** Snow White And The Huntsman Snow White (Twilight's Kristen Stewart) suit ing up for battle seemed unrealistic. Charlize Theron saved the movie as the wicked witch. Stewart's appeal to the young audience carried her to Made $98M. (Budget $170N). A little long -2 hrs. **112 Men In Black 3 Agent J (Will Smith) goes back to 1969 to try and save his partner Agent K (Tommie Lee Jones) from Boris The Animal. Josh Brolin comes through as a younger Agent K. Everybody loves Will The ending was great. Made $135M in U.S. (Over seas Made $158M) (Budget N/A). **** Battleship-Can't figure why this action packed movie didn't do well at the box office is beyond me. (Oh, The Avengers). Must-see! Made $58M. (Budget $209M). **** Dark Shadows Director Tim Burton and Johnny Depp come together for their 8th movie to remake the popular supernatural C' c: .. Q'l N 0 .. soap opera. If you like Depp, he's at his best N playing a vicious vampire. Made $73M. (Budget $150M).*** Marvel's The AvengersSamuel Jack son (Nick Fury), Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evan (Captain America), Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), and Scar lett Johansson (Black Widow) violently come together to save the world from Thor's brother Loki and his underworld soldiers. Action-packed! 2 hrs./30 mins. Made $572M in U.S. ($2.25B. worldwide). (Budget $22oM). **** Safe (2012) -A suicidal cage fighter tries to protect a young Chinese wiz from the Triads, Russian gangsters and NY corrupt cops. Might be Jason Statham s best action film since "The Transporter." Very good storyline. Must-see! Made $16M. (Budget N/A). **** The Pirates! Bands Of Misfits -A .,.. family-friendly animation that does not com6 pare to the short film classic "Wallace & :!! Gromit." Wait for the video. Made $28M. (Budget $53M). **112 rn Think Like A Man Produced by St. m Pete native, Will Parker, the movie is based on four women following the advice from z Steve Harvey's best-selling book. Once the p! men find out where the women are getting m their advice, they tum the tables. Kevin Hart C: is hilarious. Must-see for laughs. Made. $90M. (Budget $12M). **** z c: m r-u; ::::1: m c m < m DREAM BIG, ACHIEVE BIG ..... c: m UJ c ,. z c 'TI CAREER TRAINING IN: > Medical Assistant > Basic X -ray Technician > Medical Office Assistant > Surgical Technology LINCOLN IS A PARTNER IN YOUR SUCCESS AND OFFERS: > Convenient day and evening classes > Financial aid for those who qualify > Career placement assistance upon graduation SCHEDULE A CAMPUS TOUR TODAY 800.790.01281 UncolnTech.com 8800 PARK BLVD. SEMINOLE, FL 33777 LEARN MORE 711104G1R0112 :!! c

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ntertainment .,... w z ::;) Drake Accused 11 ..., wearing Stolen Rolex Rappers have been known 0 to rock fake jewelry, but fE Drake may have taken it to a whole new level. He is being accused of owning a stolen Rolex. A Manhattan lawyer is suing the New York City jew eler whom he claims sold his $300,000 Rolex to Drake without his permission. James McMillan, asserts that he purchased the rose gold Presidential Rolex from Rafaello & Co. back in 2009. Once he went to pick up the expensive watch, which he dropped off to have cleaned, McMillan was in formed by a store employee that the Rolex was sold to Drake. The 25-year-old DRAKE rapper wears the watch on the cover of his Take Care album, but sources close to the Toronto native maintain that he has "never heard of' the jeweler, and got the watch di rectly from Rolex. Kanve Wesrs l.A. Crib Burglarized LAPD confirms that Kany e West's Los Angeles home has been burglarized. West is currently off per forming on the European leg of the Watch The Throne tour, besides blessing his girl friend, Kim Kardashian's mom with a new Bentley, so he was not home at the time of the break in A friend of the rapper /pro ducer noticed that the jux went down and called the au thorities to report the break in. There is little infor mation so far besides that the t h i e f dropped some of the KANYE WEST All Of The Lights rapper's possessions on the way out. This is the same home that West recently put up for sale, again, as he and his current girlfriend are allegedly look ing to move in together. Rocsl And Eddie Muruhv Share Balconv In Hawaii Eddie Murphy and Rocsi Diaz chill out in Hawaii. Rumored couple Rocsi Diaz and Eddie Murphy were spotted chilling out on a balcony in Hawaii and even though they weren't all over each other, they still were very much interested in enjoying one another's company. The two actors looked re laxed while sharing the gor geous views of the tropical island together. The two have already de nied that they were dating, but they've undeniably been spending a lot of time together as oflate. Rumors swirled after the couple was first spotted a cou ple of weeks ago holding hands after getting coffee in L.A. but Rocsi told Global Grind, "We are not dating, we were just getting coffee." MON ........ $5 MONDAY 2-4-1 DRINKS TUES .... T-BACK TUES WED .. AMATURE NIGHT THURS ...... SEXY THURSDAY FRI ............ FREAKY FRIDAY SAT ........... .GROWN FOLKS NlTES SUN ........ GAME NITEFOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL, ETC ........ 11!111111111 ... "" Neneleakeslands Her own Fashion line The queen of the reality show circuit, NeNe Leakes of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" fame will be launch ing her fashion line. The diva of drama an nounced Tuesday that she has inked a deal with the global brand licensing agency Beanstalk. According to the fashion house, it intends to "Leverage NeNe's position in pop cul ture to offer consumers fash ion-forward, affordable apparel and accessories, de-NENELEAKES signed to empower women to walk into a room and 'own it' -like NeNe herself." Deion Sanders, Tracv Edmonds Hook Up For Realitv Show Former NFL star Deion Sanders and producer Tracey Edmonds con firmed that they will be col laborating on a reality series that will center on his frac tured relationship with es tranged wife, Pilar. For the past few months there have been romance ru mors swirling around the productive pair. Only re cently, Sanders was peeped accompanying Edmonds to the 35th pastorial anniver sary gala in Dallas of mega church minister, T .D. Jakes. Sanders is in the throes of a nasty divorce from Pilar. The couple's 12-year marriage DEI ON SANDERS AND TRACEY EDMONDS spiraled into a hellish feud with allegations of cheating on both parts, physical abuse, and nasty verbal threats.

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Entertainment a Comic Book Hero 'Biacll Panther' Mav Get To Big Screen Fans of pioneering Marvel Comics character Black Panther have been antici pating a big screen adaptation of the story of the African warrior and chief of the technologically advanced W akanda nation ever since Wesley Snipes announced plans to make a live action film almost twenty years ago. After various snags and halts, the Black Panther fran chise will be the next film from Marvel Studios. 1st Alrican-American Crowned Miss Nonh Dakota Fargo, North Dakota, resi dent Rosemary Sauvageau was crowned Miss North Dakota on Saturday, making her the first African-Ameri can to receive the title. Sauvageau was ready to give up after getting second runner-up in 2010 and first runner-up in 2011. But her mother her to give it one last shot in 2012. Sauvageau, a musician, blew the judges away with her piano rendition of 'Ho ney Rag' from the musical ROSEMARY SAUVAGEAU 'Chicago' and interviewing re sponse. At 24 years old this is the last year that she could run for Ms North Dakota Mena World Peace Scores Role In Movie A few weeks back, Los Angeles Lakers small forward Metta World Peace (for merly known as Ron Artest) was competing in the NBA playoffs. Since losing a five games series to the Oklahoma City Thunder, World Peace has taken up several televi sion opportunities. Last week, World Peace stepped in as a weatherman on a Canadian news station. Now, World Peace will take on an acting role in a movie depiction of Nancy Grace's first novel, The Elevent h Vic -tim, a Lifetime network film set to debut in the fall. World Peace will play a Georgia detective who w:prks alongside Atlanta's District Attorney in pursuit of the conviction of a serial killer. Chris Brawn And Glrllrland PIP aamas Whh Ri anna CHRIS BROWN AndRIHANNA Chris Brown and Rihanna are back at it again! This time, the former couple ended up in the same night club in New York C ity and Breezy decided to give Rihanna a gift she won't forget. According to reports, Chris was partying at SL nightclub with his girlfriend Karrueche, when Rihanna showed up with her friends. What did the Fortune singer do then? Why, he sent over two expensive bottles of champagne! The infamous exes sat far enough from each other to not be able to talk but close enough to keep an eye on one another. Usher, 2 Chainz, Big Sean To Perform At an awards 2CHAINZ If 'Vi deo o'f the Year' nomi nee, Usher wins at the BET Awards, he won't be far away: He's agreed to perform at the show. Rappers 2 Chainz and Big Sean also will take the stage July 1 in Los Angeles. They join previously announced performers Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown. Comedians Kevin Hart and Cedric the Entertainer will present awards. Samuel L. Jackson will host. Kanye West has the most nominations, with seven. Beyonce follows with six, and her husband, Jay-Z, is up for five. Usher's competition for the top award includes two collaborative songs by Jay-Z and West and two songs by Beyonce. Lil Wayne, Drake and J. Cole also have multiple nom inations. Mvstillal Documents His last oavs 01 Freedom Mystikal had Motion Family and Executive Branch document his last 18 days as a free man before returning to jail after violating his probation this year. MYSTIKAL OriuinaiAiien' Plaved Bv Nigerian Student With the release of the blockbuster sci-fi film Prometheus this past weekend, fans are buzzing about the lat est entry in the Alien movie universe. But in 1979 the orig inal alien was played by a Nigerian graphic art student named Bolaji Badejo. soon as I walked in [to the audi tion], said Bade j o in 1979 "Rid ley Scott knew he d found the BOLAJI c.. c: z m Talent agent Peter Archer spotted the slender, 6 '10" Badejo in a bar and immedi ately thought he'd be right for Alien. Director Ridley Scott (American Gangster Gladia tor) had been looking at bas ketball players for the role, and even considered Peter Mayhew, the actor who became fa mous for playing Chewbacca in the Star Wars films, but "as right perBADEJO "11 son. r-0 Bolaji regretted that no one 2:! can recognize him as the alien c in the film but he said prior to l> the now-acclaimed film 's release, The fact that I played Z the part of the alien, for me, ::::! that's good enough. Legally, I1l be given the opportunity of rdoin,g a follow-up, if there is one. r To all SERIOUS INDIVIDUALS ages 18 & up that would love a shot at acting come out and cast for the new movie : Location: 6518 N. 40th St. Tampa FL 33610 (across from RiverSide Sea Food) Casting Time: Saturday June 16th 1 p.m. -5 p.m. --------Contact InfO: (Director) COWBOY blackcollarentOiive.com 813 883-4817 ALL NON-ACTORS & ACTRESSES ARE WELCOME r-gJ z

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S rts Thunder-Heat Draws ,aBC's Highest Rating ForGame1 OKLAHOMA CITYThe series-opener of the NBA Finals between Kevin Durant's Oklahoma City Thunder and LeBro n James'Miami Heat was the highest-rated Game 1 ever on ABC. Citing ratings from Nielsen, the NBA announced Wednesday that the overnight rating of 11.8 was the best for a finals opener on ABC, two-tenths of a point better than Game 1 of the Detroit-Los Angeles Lakers series in 2004. Judge To Decide About Easing Mavweather's Jail Stav LAS VEGAS A judge in Las Vegas said she'll decide whether to ease jail condi tions for Flo y d c Mayweather Jr. after his a: lawyers argued that the U. undefeated champion is get0 ting out of shape in solitary z c( confinement and may never fight again. o Justice of the Peace f3 Melissa Sara g osa made ::;, no immediate ruling tTuesday on an emergency > a: motion asking the court to move Mayweather into the W general jail population -0 something that jail officials had avoided out of fear for the celebrity's safety or put m him on house arrest for the ::;, rest of his three-month sen a. z ..J ..J ::) m tence. Mayweather lawyer Richard Wright said he' d be willing to have the boxer serve the sentence in an ..J apartment or somewhere less luxurious than i= z w U) c( 0 a: 0 ..J u. FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. Mayweather's posh Las Vegas-area home. ''I'm not looking for special treatment for Floyd Mayweather," Wright said. ''I'm looking for fair treatment." Lawyer Richard Wright says Mayweather's health is deteriorating by being confined to his cell 23 hours a day and restricted from working out. *ALL PRO REFERRAL* "WHERE THE PROS ARE" 2012181 Finals Schedule KEVIN D URANT Game 1 : Tue sday, June 1 2 Miam i Heat 94 a t Okla h oma City Thunder 105, Thunder lead series 1 -0. Game 2: Thursday, June 14, Miami Heat a t Oklah o ma City Thunder, 9:00 p m. ET on ABC. Game 3: Sunday, June 17, Oklahoma City Thunder at Miami Heat, 8:oo p.m. ET on ABC. G ame 4 : Tuesday, June 19, Oklahoma City Thunder at Miami Heat 9:00 p.m. ET on ABC. Game s: Thursday, June 21, Oklahoma City Thunder at Miami Heat 9:00 p.m. ET on ABC (if necessary). Game 6: Sunday June 24, Miami Heat at Oklahoma City Thunder, 8 :oop.m. ET on ABC (if necessary). Game 7: Tuesday, June 26, Miami Heat at Oklahoma City Thunder, 9:00p.m. ET on ABC (if necessary). local Fighter wants To Become Citv's First World Champion Coach John Brooks and Donald "Wrecking Ball" Woods B Y LEO N B CREWS Sentinel S taff Writer Donald Wrecking Ball" Woods has his eyes set on a w orld championship. He also very much wants to be Tampa's first world boxing champion. Coach J ohn "Saw Pretty" B rooks took Wrecking Ball under his wing four years ago, and noticed quickly the young man had skills, but was raw and lacked discipline "I saw so much potential in this young man. I knew it would be a struggle to keep him focused and in the gym, but it has worked out great for the most part Now he's the only fighter I train. C oach Brooks said now after 64 amateur fights ( 6o4), Wrecking Ball will be stepping into the ring July 14th for his first professional Com mercia l Rnlclenllal ROOFING Commercl81 Reldentlal Shingle Roofing Tile Roofing Modified Syatema DEMETRIUS JENKINS President DIRECT: (813) 624-8540 FAX: (813) 247-5625 cpdannerinc@aol.com fight at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Wrecking Ball has won the men's state and regional boxing championships, and is a Flori d a Golden Gloves Champion as a welterweight. C o ach Brooks said he will train W recking Ball to fight at 135 pounds, and takes him on the beach where he runs 5 miles or more a day. "Then, it's in the gym for 3 hours of training and sparring. "It's easy taking a young fighter and building him from the ground up. I've had to deal with a lot of obstacles training Wrecking Ball, like the Sulphur Springs neighborhood where he lives. There are a lot of dis tractions there, and keeping him focused has been an enormous task. Coach Brooks said the reason Wrecking Ball has had so many amateur fights, is because he believes in the old school approach. When I came along in the game, amateur fighters had 60 or more fights before they turned professional. I've made sure Wrecking Ball has gotten fights with the kind of fighters he can learn from. He's fought against all styles and tactics and now I think he's ready to take the big step as a pro fessional." If you want to see Wrecking Ball, check him out on You Tube-Brooks Boxers Lt1t IJs ll11kt1 Your Home A Re11llty License I C8C1255853 l.Jcenae I CCC1329082

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s Olvmoic Boxer Teofilo Panthers QB NeWlon 1:: Stevenson Dies Media aner Keeps Proving TEOFILO STEVENSON HAVANA Cuban boxer Teofilo Stevenson, the three-time Olympi c heavy weight champion with a devastating right hand and a gentlemanly demeanor, has died. He was 6o. 'The Cuban sporting fam ily was moved by the pass ing of one of the greatest of all time, said a read on the news Monday night. He died of heart dis ease, it added. Jerrv Jones: T.O. Can Help Someone JERRY JONES AND TERRELL OWENS Jerry Jones looked at Terrell Owens' film from 2011 and would endorse him to another owner if Owens asked. He really can reach out to me at any time," Jones told the Dallas Morning News. "Because I consider him a friend. I would feel good if be reached out. I think that he really, without having first-hand knowledge of what kind of physical condi tion he is in, I know be has the right stuff and he could help someone. Jones doesn't envision a place for Owens on the Cowboys' roster. Dallas is well situated with Dez Bryant and Miles Austin. The third receiving spot isn't set in stone. The Cowboys drafted Danny Coalein the fifth round to compete with Kevin Ogletree and Dwayne Harris. Chad Signs With The Miallli Dolphins CHAD OCHOCINCO Chad Ochocinco is returning to Miami. The six-time Pro Bowl wide receiver has signed with the Miami Dolphins, the team he rooted for as a child, four days after being released by the New England Patriots. "From Liberty City (The Journey) back to where it started Liberty City ... Ochocinco tweeted Monday night in reference to the Miami neighborhood in which he grew up. The Dolphins have con firmed that the player for merly known as Chad Johnson will be assigned No. 85, avoiding any possible confusion or need for another name change. The signing will give Ochocinco a chance to prove he can still be a toptier receiver after a disappointing season (15 catches for 276 yards and one touch down) with New England. sne oners To Pav Ochoclnco To Change His Name He may be unemployed, but Chad Ochocinco can still make money-provided that he changes his last name. Adult entertainment site, PornHub, offered the former New England Patriots wide receiver $69,000 to rename himself Chad Seisnueve (or Chad Sixty -Ni ne). aamaJ Critics Wrong KEVIN GARNEIT NEW YORKCeltics star Kevin Garnett has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for failing to make himself available to the media after Boston' s loss to Miami in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals. The fine was announced Wednesday by Stu Jackson, the league's execu tive vice president for basket ball operations. Garnett scored 14 points in the 101-88 loss Saturday night that put the Heat in the NBAFinals. Eight Children Equals $25,000 In Child Suppon Sixteen year major league baseball veteran Vladimir "Vlad" Guerrero must be trying hard to create a winning All-Star team of his own. The ex-Los Angeles Angels right fielder and designated hitter was forced to divulge his finances in a new paternity suit filed by his latest in a row of baby mommas. As it turns out, he has indeed fathered eight children with five different women and is forced to dole out a whopping $25,621 per month in support for his kids CAMNEWI'ON CHARLOTTE, NC -Cam Newton remembers all of the criticisms. He couldn t read defenses. He threw off his back foot. He wasn't accurate enough. The Carolina Panthers second-year quarterback laughs them off these days with a knowing, confident smile. "If I base my career off things people have said that I couldn't do I would have quit this game a long time ago," Newton told the Associated Press on Wednesday. ''You can't listen to what the naysayers say about you because their opinion is just that -their opinion." Newton is very secure in his own skin, not to mention immensely talented in a football uniform. 'There were a lot of times last year I felt like I was guessing," Newton said. "That can happen in this league and sometimes it showed." This offseason, be looks more confident. For Newton it was football. I had to pick my trade very fast. My Pops used to always say, 'Son, just be good at something.' I picked something and just ran with it." It was also Cecil Newton who told him you have to work for everything you get. Newton certainly lis tened to that advice. "My father was very influ ential in everybody's life, not just me," Newton said. "If you know my family,Cecil Newton is a person who everybody looks to for guid ance. He's always been that way and not only to me, but for my cousins. "I will always look for him for guidance to help me in the times of celebration and in trouble, because that's my father. But it's always been a mindset to be goal-oriented in my family. It was always instilled in my head, and not just me, but my brothers' heads too, that hey, you can't get something for noth ing." N "" .... 0 :!! c > en m z :j z m .... m c: .... .... !!l z ., c: m .... u; :z:: m c m < m -t c: m en c > z c "" :D. c

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N s -0 arts N u) w z .., ;>;' C( c a: Chamberlain Senior Named Softball Plaver 01 The Year I.L BIANKABELL Being an athlete came nat ural for Bianka Bell. He r C older s i sters, Brittany and a: Briana, are on the s oftball I.L 0 team at Mississippi State Z Uni v ersity <( Now her parents Joe and Anne Bell, have another C star as Bianka has been f/) W named Hillsborough County s Softball Playel' of fj: the Year. The Chamberlain w senior has signed to attend > Louisiana State University, w 0 joining her sisters in the w Southeastern Conference. According to sources, Bell ::::; is the most powerful hitter in county fast-pitch history, a. and she s been described as a leadoff hit or homer wait ing to happen for the Class 7A State Champion Chiefs Bell hit .720 with 11 home z j::: w ...J ...J m runs and 35 RBis, striking uj out once in 104 plate Z appearances. Her defense j::: z was as flawless as her bat was formidable. Making her astounding f e at more amazing is the fact Bell played the last month of the season with a right eye swollen hut. During an early-April tournament, she sustained a concussion on a hard slide into home when the catcher s tag hit her in the helmet, which smashed into the eye. To prove she was better than most hitters with one eye closed, Bell went 10-for-15 with four home runs in the postseason Bell's most proudest achievement is her batting average. She played almost her entire junior season with a torn left meniscus, but still hit safely in 25 of 28 games, finishing with a .648 onbase percentage. w f/) <( c a: 0 ...J I.L llRRE DAWSON <( I co -221-1800 1467 Tapa Park Plaza @ NabraSila Ave. & scan St. Tre .... ... j :': J, :r s J" ... :::y r:: :: :J:c:: ... ::--Be'::.: .. :::::: 3 .... .. v --: .. :.c .. :, '!:n .. ""3' 0"' : .. : :.: :--.., .. : : ':: c'":: Young Woman Earns Full Scholarship In Basketball As a youngster in middle school, a teenager began playing basketball. She did n't know at the time that the sport would play a pivotal role in her future. But, that was exactly what happened with Breeyon Alexander. She graduated from Long Beach Polytechnic High School on June 13th as an honor stu dent In the fall, the enterprising young lady will become a freshman at California State University on a full basket ball scholarship. Described as a typical teenager, the 18year-old enjoys fashion and spending time with her friends. Standing at 5 9", Breeyon was a starting forward on her high school team. She has not set a goal of becom ing a professional basketball Benuals lB. Moch Suspended 4Games DONTAYMOCH CINCINNATI -Bengals linebacker Dontay Moch has been suspended for the first four games of the season because he violated the NFL s policy on performance-enhancing substances. It's another significant set back for a player who has yet to get into a game. The Bengals drafted him in the third round out of Nevada in 2011. He injured a foot during the preseason, then came down with an illness and was inactive for all 16 regular season games and a playoff loss to Houston. The Bengals also were disap pointed with his progress in practice Moch can participate in Cincinnati s offseason work outs, training camp and pre season games. Once the season starts, he won't be allowed to be with the team for the first four weeks. BREEYON ALEXANDER ... Earns full scholarship in basketball player, but she s not turning her back on any opportuni t i es that may come her way. Breeyon is a native of Long Beach, California, but she has several relatives in the bay area. Her mother, Ms. Toni Adams Alexander, is a Tampa native : Breeyon is also the granddaughter of the late Mrs. Henrietta Evans and Claude T. Adams, Sr., of-Pontiac Michigan. Other relatives include great grandmothers Frankie Evans and Marie Adams She is also the niece of Harold Adams. Breeyon has not decided on a particular field of study yet, but feels she has time to investigate the areas that hold her interest. She is also entertaining the idea of becoming a Flight Attendant, following in her mother s footsteps. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921; or emailed at jholton@flsentinel.com. long lines For like's air Yeezv ll's' Air Yeezy II 's. Ever since Nike's top release of the year set an official date, sneakerheads took to the streets hoping to pro cure a pair of Summer s hottest heat. Many sneaker stores didn't even allow lines. Fearing violent frenzies like what happened over the Nike ZoomRookie or the Concord Jordan XI's, some shoe boutiques opted to offer raffles for the chance to buy the Air Yeezy's. Others set up appointment times for customers to buy the shoes. Ofticial Claims Discrimination IV uconncoach A lawsuit has been filed by a female security officer for the United States Olympic women's basketball team The security officer Kelley Hardwick, filed a lawsuit at the State Supreme Court in Manhattan. The lawsuit claims that, "Geno Auriemma, the coach of the United States Olympic women's basketball team, followed grabbed and tried to forcibly kiss [Hardwick] at a hotel during a basketball tour nament in Russia in 2009." Ms. Hardwick is suing the NBA, who provides securi ty personnel for the Olympic Basketball team, claiming that she was removed from her post as security officer of the women's team for the London in retaliation for not GENO AURIEMMA responding to Auriemma's sexual advances. Ms. Hardwick's account of the encounter is corroborated by another female officer who was on the trip whom Hardwick called immediately following the incident with Auriemma.

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, emonams Aikens MS. VELDA JEAN WARE ROBERTS Homegoing services for Ms. Velda Jean Ware Roberts of Tampa, who passed away Tues day, June 5, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 12 p m. at Greater New Friendship M. B. Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, on the corner of 34th and Emma, Pastor Madison Murray, with Pastor Aubrey Shines, officiat ing. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Veld a was born on April 8 1962, in Wes t Palm Beach Fl., to the parents of Albert Curtis Ware, Jr. and Judith Roberts. She moved to Tampa, in 1980 and attended Erwin Technical Institute and became employed a s a Mental Health Administra tor. Her hobbies consisted of working and going to church. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Henry Lee Roberts, Lola Mae Lassiter, Al bert Ware, Sr. and Jessie Ware. She leaves to cherish her memories with: her daughter, Sigourney Wallace, Tampa; mother and father, Judith Roberts Akins and Jemmie Akins of Tampa; sister s Mae Frances Ware Jackson (Vernon), Veron ica Akins Streets (George), C heree e Sbantel Akins and Gina Ganae Akins; brother, Christo pher Tyrone Ware; best friends, Renee, Sherry, and Esther; great aunt, Juanita Fudge, Sanford, FL; great uncles, John Houston, Tampa, and Lewis Champion, Jackson, FL; aunts and uncles, Nora Jackson (Leonard), Mira mar, FL, Betty Hall (John A.) Jupiter, FL, Willie Roberts, De troit, MI, George Roberts, West Palm Beach, FL, Morris Roberts, Jupiter, FL, Regis Ware, West Palm Beach, FL, Clarence Ware, West Palm Beach, FL, Melissa Akins Stewart (Bronx, NY), Eu gene Akins (Helena) Syracuse, NY, Dave Akins (Lucy), Syracuse, NY, Ella Jackson, Tampa, Cyn thia Akins Plummer, Tampa, Pa tricia Akins Brown (Arthur) Atlanta, GA, and Belinda McGill, Sanford, FL; and a host of nieces and nephews, Micah Greene (Devin) Augusta, GA, Michael Greene (Arequila) Augusta, GA Torri Luster, George A. Streets, Tampa, David Greene and Krys tal Ware, Tallahassee, FL, Terrell Stone, Tampa, AJveta Jackson Johnson (Joshua) Tampa, Keaundra Streets, Tampa, and Tierra Townsend, Tampa, FL; and a host of other relatives and friends. Special acknowledgement to LifePath Melech Hospice House, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Aikens Funeral Home and Staff. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, June 15, 2012, from 5 p.m. The family will receive friends from 5:30-6:30 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 11:45 a. m. on Saturday for the service. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation on behalf of her daughter's College Fund, make payable to: Sigourney Wallace and forward to Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. Martin IAither King, Jr., Blvd., Tampa, 33610, (813) 232-8725 AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Gudes MR. HERMAN (H. T.) TELFAIR Mr. Herman (H. T.) Telfair de parted his earthly home on Sun day, June, 10, 2012, at approximately 11:45 p. m. He was born November 26, 1949, to Inez Newton and Her man Telfair, Sr. Herman truly lived his life to the fullest. He experienced the joys of life few will ever know, in cluding playing drums for James Brown, singing with the group, Universal Flight and Charles Russell and The Kingsman, just to name a few. He was born to sing and dance and h e loved music. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County, before enterin g the Job Corps. He leaves to cherish his fond memories: 2 sons, KeAndrae (Tee) Telfair and Herman Q. Telfair (preceded in death); 3 daughters, Angie (preceded in death). Alicia R. Evans and Shan talette Telfair; stepson, Timothy King; 13 grandchildren, Timothy King, Jr., Shantray Mack, Timisha Mack, Mique Moore, Ke Andrae Telfair, Jr., Kenaris Telfair, AJexus Telfair, Charles Herman Telfair, Bonetta Cotton Mazion, Marvanette Thompson, Regianna Jones, Demetrius Har ris and Samuel Timmons; his parents, Inez Newton and Her man Telfair, Sr.; 3 sisters, Peggy L. McNeil (preceded in death), Patty-Ann Youngblood (devoted sister) and Vickie Wilson (Willie Hill) (Randy Kelly); only living aunt, Annie Suttle; 4 nieces, Pamela Telfair, Sonja Telfair, Tasha McNeil and Nicole McNeil; 6 nephews, Bennie Pollard, Ben jamin Bludsaw (preceded in death), Antonio Bludsaw, James Marlo Kelly, Tyreece Kelly and Tyrone Mayhue; 10 great nephews, Omarris Edward s Ja marius Pollard, Bennie Pollard, Jr., Armono Dawes Dwight Thomas, Isiab Thomas, Shaka Telfair, Sherwood Daymond, Jr., Zavion Campbell and Zion Poole; 5 great nieces, Thanyevia Pol lard, Shanavia Tolbert, Zakyla Campbell, zemi Poole and Ash ley Pollard; and his devoted friends, Emma King, Vanda Thomas and Mamie Sandra Telfair; and a host of other loving relatives, fanilly and friends. The homegoing service for Mr. Herman (H. T.) Telfair will be held at Abundant Life Enrich ment Center, 4701 E. Hanna, Rev. Randy Randolph, pastor, Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 11 a. m. VtSitation will be Friday, June 15, 2012, from 5 p. m. GUDES FUNERAL HOME 'A TEMPLE OF SERVICE' www&Ydesfuneralbome.net Fa / 0 d d d : ..... 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl33610 (813) 232-8725 (813) 231-0521 Let Our Family Take Care Of Your Family. "We Are The Key To A Fine And Quali Serviat MR. RONALD KING Homegoing celebration for Mr. Ronald King of Brooklyn, New York, who passed away on Tuesday May 29, 2012, were held Wednesday, June 13 2012, at 11 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park (graveside), 4615 E. Hanna Ave. Interment will follow at Rest Heaven Memorial Park. Mr. Ronald King of Brooklyn, New York, was called home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, May 29,2012. Ronald was born and raised in Tampa and later moved to New York. He accepted Christ at an early age. He was known to his New York friends as Musa. He was preceded in death b y his son, Reginald King. He leaves to love and cherish his memories: wife, Patrica Grooms-King; sweet and cher ished mother, Elosie Bell; three s isters, Patricia Ball (Charlie), Benzie Worlds and Gayle Watts Flowers; two sons, Ronald King, Jr. (Barbara) and Fletcher King; two daughters, Sherron King and TaJanna King; grandchildren, Yarkemia (Fred), Daniesha Terry, April, Fletcher, Jr., Terrance, Portia, Brea, Danielle, Rasha and Ashley; five sisters-in-law, Vicky Grooms, Sharon Freshwater (Clifton), Stephanie B ennison (Darryl), Linda Maloy and Gail Groomes; three brothers-in-law, Reginald Hopkins, (Vern), Toni Groomes and Jason Groomes; two great aunts, Susie Boston and Eliza McGee of Madison FL; a host of great grands, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, including Ruben Harris and wife, West Hudson (Naheem) and wife, Connie, Hakim of New York, and Samad of New Jersey. The viewing was held on Tues day, June 12, 2012, from 5 p. m. at Gudes Funeral Home Chapel, 4050 E. Hillsborough Ave. Family and friends met at the cemetery on Wednesday at 10:45 a.m. GUDES FUNERAL HOME A TEMPLE OF SERVICE' www.mdesfuneralhome.net BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM FOR KEVIN S. ALLEN 6/14/84-11/9/02 We will always have you in our hearts. We love you very oiuch. Happy birthday, Kevin Sadly missed by: your mother, father, sisters, brothers, family and friends. R.I.P. Harmon MR. TERRELL JOHNSON In loving memory of Terrell Johnson, who passed away on June 5 2012. A homegoing service will be held Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Pastor David Burgess, Pastor of Lighthouse Word of Faith Church of St. Pe tersburg, FL, officiating. Inter ment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Terrell received his formal ed ucation in the public schools of Sunflower County, MS, attending East Sunflower Elem. and Ruleville Central High School. His wife of eight years, Mrs. Keneisha Johnson recalls a lov ing and happy marriage they en joyed. He was a very down to earth person that enjoyed life and lived i t to the fullest. He loved fishing, hunting and cook ing. He was the most loving p er son you would want to meet and he was always happy and cheer ful. Terrell was preceded in death by: his grandfather, Jimmy Byrd; grandmother, Mattie Lou Wash ington; brother, Johnnie John son, Jr.; and sister Luwonder Johnson. His presence will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. He leaves to cherish his mem ories: his devoted and loving wife, Kenseisha M. Johnson; his loving parents, Johnnie Lee and Para Lee Johnson; mother-i n law, Georgia Shell; fatherin-law, William Shell; brother, Jerome Johnson (Catrina) of Tampa; 3 sisters, Laura Johnson of Tampa, Yulanda Johnson (Ira), of Tampa, and twin Theresa Johnson (Johnny) of Ruleville, MS; and a hos t of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Visitation for Terrell Johnson will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday at the funeral home. Friends at tending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the Chapel at 10:45 a.m. A HARMON BURIAL IN MEMORIAM MARQUIZ THOMPSON 6-18-98 Precious memories continue to fill our hearts. Love: the Thompson, Brown, Askiew and Reed families. MISS GUISLANTE G. JOSEPH Homegoing services for Ms. Guislante G. Joseph, who passed away on June 10, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 16, 201 2 at 4 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40'h St., Tampa, 33610, with a local minister, offi ciating. Interment will follow in rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Lenny G. Joseph was a native of Petite Riviere de Lari bote, Haiti. She moved to the United States with her family and moved to Tampa, which she called home. Ms. Joseph l eaves to cherish her memory: a very devoted fa ther, Gustave Joseph; her chil dre n Guisnord, Dieune l Fleurette, and Piercile Dort, Clar Vo Lafleur, Faudenel Cader, Gilberto Sagest, Dieulet MiJsent, and Gusnighder Eliacin ; broth ers and s isters, Gulet, Faublar, Violette, and Gustan Joseph; and a host of grandchildren, uncles, aunts, nephews, cousins, in-laws and other relatives and friends. Visitation for Ms. Guislante Joseph will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Har mon Funeral Home. Friends attending the home going service are asked to assem ble at the chapel at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL MS. PATRICIA ANN MARSHALL A homegoing celebration for :::D Ms. Patricia Ann Marshall, who 0 the Lord called home on Saturday, June 2, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Apostle 0. C. Brinkley, officiating. Intennent will follow in Rest Haven Memo-rial Park. Ms. Patricia Marshall was born on March 27, 1975, in Paho kee, FL, to Ida Mae Ivory and Johnny Frank Marshall, Sr. She leaves behind: a loving and devoted mother, Ida Mae Ivory; father, Johnny Frank Mar shall, Sr.; 5 daughters, Ta'Questa Ellerbe, Takina Ellerbe, Ke'Onda Johnson, Alexis Marshall, and Ari'Yanna Gaines; very caring grandmother, Rosie Harvard; grandfather, Samuel Sampson; 3 siblings, Johnny Marshall, Jr., Decheryl Marshall and Demetrius Marshall; grandchild, Tadaysha Hills; and a host of nieces, nephews and lots of fam ily. VtSitation for Ms. Patricia Ann Marshall will be held Friday from 5 8 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to asaem-,. ble at the funeral home at 1:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL

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MS. JUANITA I.AVETfE HAYNES Ms. Juanita Lavette Haynes of Tampa, passed away Friday, June 8, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Minister Margaret Dukes, officiating. Ms. Haynes was a native of Tampa, and a resident for 31 years. She attended Henry B. Plant High School ofTampa. She was employed as a housekeeper at St. Pete Times Forum. Ms. Haynes was preceded in death by: her gl"andmothers Juanita Walker-Nelson and tricia Haynes; and gl"andfather, Edward Walker. She leaves to cherish her memory: four young children, Sharawn Ray, 13, Simyia Ray, 6, Jaylin Thigpen, 3, and Jan18r Thigpen, 1; mother, Crystal Haynes; father, Vincent Haynes; sisters, Trlnika Haynes, LaShawnda Haynes (RobertAlli lMm), Tiffany Haynes, Elizabeth Haynes, Cuandra Haynes, Ale sha Haynes and Ashley Haynes; brothers, Vincent Haynes, Jr., and Perry L Haynes (Vernecia Haynes); grandfather, Perry Haynes; 3 uncles and 5 aunts; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. The remains will repose after 5 P m., Friday, June 15, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. home.com MS. BRENDA YOUNGBLOOD Our family wishes to acknowledge our gratitude for all acts of kindness and love shown during the bereavement of our beloved, Brenda L. Cowen-Youngblood. Special thanks to: her church family at Bible-Based Fellowship of Carrollwood, Robinson High c( School class of 1973, co-workers 0 at U.S. F., and our neighbors and C\1 friends. w (!J If To everyone, we extend our thanks and God bless each of you. The Cowen Family. Mrs. Betty Louise Jessie, 77, of Tampa, peacefully went home to be with the Lord Friday evening, June 8, 2012. Betty was born on September 27, 1938, in Dothan, Alabama, to the late Rev. Percy and.Jessie Lee Lewis, and was the only girl of three children. She married Sylvester Jessie at the tender age of sixteen and was the proud mother of six children. As an Air Force wife, she traveled and lived with her family in Alabama, Texas, Michigan, New Jersey and Guam. Mrs. Jessie is survived by: five children, Sylvia Alexander of Lansing, Ml, Gwen {Douglas) Phelps of Ypsilanti, MI, Pamela Jessie and Teresa Campbell of Tampa, and Vaughn Jessie of Nashville, TN; beloved brother, Joe Lewis, and a loving sister-in law, Beatrice Lewis, both of De troit, MI; ten gl"&ndchildren, Dawn Jessie, Ebony and Fred Alexander, m, Jason Phelps, Derryl Jessie, n, Jacob and Joshua Jessie, Chanda Harper, Salim Campbell and Phillip Jessie; and five great-p-andchildren,Jaden,Jaunyne,Kayden, Justin and Kennecli. She was preceded in death by: her parents; her husband; her brother, J. L Lewis; and her son, Derryl Jessie, Sr. As was her wish, there will be no funeral .ervice. Interment at Rest Haven Me morial Park will occur directly after the private, family viewing. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue: www.raywilliamsfuneral home.com IN MEMORY OFMY BELOVED SON MARK MURRAY Went Home to Be With The Lord June 15,2002,10 Years Ago April 15, 1966-June 15, 2002 Mark, remembers the first time I held you in my arms and looked into your tiny little sweet face and throughout the years as you gl"eW into a fine young man. I will always remember you in my heart where our joy lives, along with that big smile on your face beside the tears in my eyes. It has been a long 10 years since I have seen your smiling face or heard your voice saying, 'mommy.' I will always love you and you will always be in my heart forever. Love, Mommy-until I see you again. Mr. Ernest Junior Reed of 1309 E. 33rdAve., Tampa, passed away Thursday, June 7, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church, 1605 North Nebraska Avenue, Pastor, Elder Theodis Lane, with Rev. Terry Mallory, officiating. Inter ment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Ernest Junior Reid was born on June 14, 1948, to the late Ernest Lee Reid, Sr. and Frances Reid. He departed this life in peace on June 7, 2012, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa. Ernest was born in Mt. Mourne, North Carolina, in Iredell County and received his education at Unity High School in Statesville, NC. He raised his family in Tampa. Ernest worked in the Sanita tion industry for over 40 years starting his career with Corporation/East Bay,lhpubllc where he remained for over 30+ years. He also worked for Waste Manqement for the put 8 years. He has held supervisory and tninin& instructor positions. Ernest was preceded in death by: his son, Michael Reid; and gl"&nddaughter, De'Miyah Reid. Left to cherish his loving memories are: his wife, Trudie Reid; sons, Ernest Edward Reid James Thomas {Dessa) Reid: Crandell, Corey, Vincent and Johnny {Bernacktte); daughters, Kassandra {Terry) Crawford, Mary Lewis {Kenny), Barbara {Rayntond) and Helen {Jerome); 49 gl"andchildren and 25 great gl"&ndchildren; brother, John Thomas {Geraldine) Reid of Lan caster, SC; sisters, Deanne Y. Miller of Mooresville, NC, and Lynda {Gary) Donaldson of Cor nelius, NC; in-laws, Mary Knight, Carrie Smith, Jimmy, James {Doris), Tommy, George {Gwen), and Willie {Linda); special friends, Hugh Sharpe and Noah Walker; a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, other relatives; and good friends, espe cially, Mr. Reggie Bowman who always made himself available to be there for our dad as a neighbor and friend. Ernest Reid was a "one in a million" husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, cousin and friend. You will be greatly missed!! We love you and know beyond a shadow o(a doubt that you are with our heavenly Father rejoicing with peace in your new resurrected body. Until we meet again. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Fricla_y, June 15, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneral home.com BURIAL INSURANCE FuMnle cost ........ $7.-... $10, Pm.ot Y.....nTodaJ. Cal ... Ferfwr FE ............. Plans S1artlng At Only $20.00 Per Month SISTER LENDA BURTON THOMPSON During the late evening hours of Tuesday, June 5 2012, the Lord dispatched His Angel to gather home the soul of our dearly beloved Sister Leoda Bur ton Thompson, a prominent Cosmetology Educator in the Tampa community. The homegoing celebration will be held Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 11 a. m. at St. John Cathedral, Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr., pastor, 3401 E. 25tb Avenue. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. She was born August 29, 1953, in Greenville, Mississippi, to Sis ter Minnie Benson and Mr. Johnnie Burton. Her family relocated to Tampa during her early chU .dhood years. She was converted at a very young age at St. John Cathedral [formerly St. John M. B. Church], with the Ushers and WIA Minlatries, where she worshipped faithfully until her transfer to her eternal Home in Glory. She was preceded in death by: her father, Johnnie Burton [January 28, 1999]; and her sisters, Patricia Mills ofTampa, and Ann Burton of Mississippi. Sister Thompson grew up and attended the public schoola of Hilkboroop County, and ia a graduate of the 1971 ea. of Mid dleton High SchooL She was a certitled instroc:tor for Cosmetology, Barbering and Nail Teclmician. Sister Leoda's eareer in the beauty culture field started in 1974 She was a graduate of National Beauty School where she received her certification in cosmetology and certification to teach. In her desire to continually excel in a 2""' career, she was constantly taking continuing education courses at Hillsborough Community College and Spring field College. She was an instructor at National Beauty Academy, Wilfred Beauty Academy, Jefferson High School and Tampa Bay Tech Adult Evening Classes. She also worked for Hillsborough County School Readiness Progl"am. Upon her she was an in structor at Manhattan Beauty School. She leaves to cheriah loving memories: her husband, Antonio Thompson; son, Zepplin Mantoni; mother, Sister Minnie Benson; gl"&ndson, Mantoni Carter Cole; 3 sisters, Evanceli.st J(,yce {Pastor Anthony) Cox of Hammond, LA,' Elder Brenda A. Bur ton of Jacksonville, NC, and TaJonica Newman of New Or leans, LA; 9 brothers, Casey {Jacqueline) Miller, Gregory (Pamela) Mills, Kathartur {Feli cia) Mills, Torrence Burton of Atlanta, GA, Seal\ Johuson of Chicago, ill., Johnnie-Michael Johuson of Chicago, m., Christo pher Burton of Chicago, m., LU Johnnie Nicholas of New Orleans, LA; sister-in-law, Kiinberly Baisden; aunts and uncles, Gaston, Dean, Lottie, Valerie, Ellis {Annie Bell), Bonnie {Gwen), Roy {Robin), and Mattie Mills; great aunt, Savannah Turner; nieces and nephews Laquita Mills, Adell comery, Dominie {Ansie) Bivins, Kevin and Fabian Lucas, Venica MUla, Gregory Mills, Jr., Casey Miller, Jr., Quinesha Mills, Ka 'Shawna Mills, Destiny Harris, and Damonae Mills; Jodsia ter, Otella Edwards; a boat of coulns and family members, in cludina Marilyn Gaston and David Mills; special friends, 11frany Carter and family, the Sisters of the 7011 {Jadde, Au drey, Sharon, Otella, Barbara, Judy and Joan), Middleton HS Class of "71, The Golden Rule Chriatian Women Clrele, St. John Cathedral members Wanda Brown, H011pice Of City and many other friends and loved ones. The wake will be held at St. John Cathedral on Friday, June 1St 2012, from 6-8 p.m. The Family will gather at 3209 E. 25 Avenue at 10:30 a. m., Saturday. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. www.raywilliamsfuneral-IN MEMORIAM Those we love don' t go away, they walk beside us every day unseen unheard, but always near. Still loved, still missed. Your family.

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Stone's MR. ALVIN (BOOBY) MORRIS FISHER On June 5, 2012, God found it best to call Mr. Alvin (Booby) Morris Fiaber of 5o6 Clahoun, Seffner, FL, from labor to re ward, at Brandon Resfonal Hos pital in Brandon, FL A celebradon of life service for Mr. Alvin Morris Fisher will be held on Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 1 p. m at First Miasion ary Baptist Chureh of Seffner, Rev. Nathaniel Love, pastor, and Rev. Donnell WU.On, oftlciating. Interment will follow at Mayberry Cemetery, Seffner, FL Alvin was born on November 2, 1953, in Tampa. He attended the public: sehools of Hillsborough County, graduating from Brandon High Sc:hool. He was preceded in death by: mother, Florence Fiaber; father, Alan Fisher; brothers, Alan Fisher, Jr. and Irvin Fisher; niece, Robbie Myles; uncle, Nathaniel Fisher; and aunts Ernestine Cooper and Wlnifreci Brinson. He leaves to cherish his loving and wonderful memories: son, Alvin Fisher, Jr. Shaw; dan&hter, Iris Bodiford (Jasper); granddaughter, Jalla; brother, Robert Fisher; nieces and nephews, Darenzo Thomas, Nlkoma Holmes, Amber Myles, Robert Fisher Sims, Brianna Fisher Anna Fisher and Akara Fisher; step grandmother, Ida Edwards cousins, Valerie Merrell and Randy Merrell; uncles, James Fisher, Roger Fiaher, Fletcher Williams, Henry Williams, Don ald Williams, Ira Edwards Jadde Edwards (Debra) and..,: nell Edwards; aunta, Rena MeDaniel, Lotde Bell Fiaber, Peale (Willie) Gimblett, Vanessa Williams, Felida (Moses, JT) Wells, Geneva Clark (Charles), and Toy WUiiams; spedal friends, Lori Bailey, Jim Bennett and Richard Antrou; god brother, CorneOus Hobbs; and a host of c:ouains and other sorrowing reladves and friends. The remains will repose on Friday, June 15, 2012, from 7-8 p. m. at First Missionary Baptist Church, Hwy. 579, Seffner, FL Family and friends are asked to assemble at the chureh Satur day, June 16, 2012, at 12:45 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., LF.D. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADmONAL SERVICE" MILTON PEOPLES, SR. We will always love you. Your wife, c:hildren and grands. emoriams Wilson MR. JAMES D. BOOKER, JR. Homegoin& c:elebradon for Mr. James D. Booker, Jr. of Tampa, who passed away Mon day, June 11, 2012, will be held Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Wllson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29* St., Tampa, 336o5, with Rev. Ronald C. Hubbard, offic:iating. Interment will follow in Memorial Park Ceme tery, 2225 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., Tampa, 336o5 He was preceded in death by: his parents, James D. Booker, Sr. and Irma Lee Booker; son, Jer malne Booker; niece, Evette Booker; and sister-in-law, Tammy Gibson-Malc:olm. Fond memories will remain with: his wife, Angela C. Johnson Booker; c:hildren, Jessica Booker, Ashley Booker and Jamesa Booker; grandc:hildren, Starr Booker, Trevon Harrell and Aaliyah MeCobb; 3 c:aring and dedicated sisters, Teresa Reddick, Brenda Sallye (Ike) and Barbara Glover; 2 loving broth ers, Everett Booker (Patrlc:ia) and Terry Booker (Mary Ann); nieces and nephews, LouKisha Sallye, Michael Berrien, Denitra Robinson (Meek), Elc:arium Sallye, Marquita Glover (Travis), Devonna Sallye, Everett Booker, Jr., Derrick Booker, Terriell Booker, Katerra Booker and Terry Booker, Jr.; mother-in law, Annette Gibson; father-in law, Willie Allen Mc:Nealy; sisters-in-law, T-.Juanna Gibson, Tennille Gibson and Shauna Gibson; brothers-in-law, Terry Gibson (Wendy), Glen Gibson (Torron), Shannon Gibson and Willie Mc:Nealy, Jr. (Vernae); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other reladves and friends. Born in Tampa, Mr. Booker was educated in the public: schools of Hlllsboron&h County. There will be viewing from 5-9 P m., Friday, June 15, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approxi mately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" uzww.uzilaon-tjmcrqlhomc.c:om I CIRDOF I TMNIS WILLIE DAVIS, SR. The family of Willie Davis, Sr. would like to thank you for your kind words, thoughts and prayers during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to Pastor Isa iah Baity and Wilson Funeral Home. The Fanilly. / MRS. GRACE DAVIS-.JORDAN Homegoing services for Mrs. Grace Jordan-Davis, 88, who entered into eternal rest on Thurs day, June 7, 2012, in her sleep, will be held, Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 11 a. m. at River of Ufe Church Ministries, 301 Lake wood Drive, Brandon, FL, 33510, with Pastor Curtis A. Swafford, offic:iating Interment will be made on Monday, June 18, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Florida Nadonal Cemetery, Bushnell, FL Grace was born on Wednes day, Oc:tober 31 1923, in Albany, Georgia, to the late MOton and Classie Edwards Jordan. She moved to Youngstown, Ohio, in 1924 as an infant with her family. She was a graduate of East High Sc:hooL She began her spir itual journey at New Hope Bapdst Church and served on the Usher Board. She was employed by Towel Supply undl her retire ment. She relocated to Tampa, in 1991 with her husband, Joseph Davis, whom she married on No vember 22, 1948. He passed away on October 23, 1999. She later continued her spiri tual journey with River of Ufe Churc:b Ministries. She leaves to cherish memories of her: a daughter, Usa Goldberg-Kandawalla of Riverview, FL; five grandc:hildren, Felicia Davis, Joshua, Kinsley and George Goldberg of Riverview, FL, and Juanna "Dolly" Johnson of Jac:ksonville, FL; six great grandc:hildren, Diego and Usa-Nichol Herd, Anaya Goldberg of Riverview; Dymond Johnson, Gejuan and Jizell of Jac:ksonville, FL; two sisters, Juanita Vaughn and Joyce Vickers, both of Youngstown, Ohio; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends to celebrate her life. She was preceded in death by: a son, Eugene Davis; four sisters, Ida Bell "Dessie" Pearson-Lane, Johnnie Mae "Peaclrle" Heard, Melvina Walker and Christine Paige; and two brothers, Ceasar "Buddy" and Leonard Jordan. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p. m., Friday, June 15, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29* Street, Tampa, 336o5. Friends are asked to assemble at the c:hurch at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" JDWW.wjlson-fjmerglhome.oom JOYCE REYNOLDS How time really goes since you've been gone, but we have not forgotten you. I didn't forget your birthday, May 24th. We love you. The Reynolds family. MS. EYVONNE G. POPE Celebradon of life for Ms. Eyvonne G. Pope who the Lord c:alled home on Saturday, June 9, 2012, in Inglewood, California, will be held on Saturday, Jnne 16, 2012, at 11 a. m. at ThirtyFourth Street Chureh Of God, 3000 N. 34*Street, with the Rev. Dr. Thomas Sc:ott, Senior Pastor, offic:iating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven. Memorial Park Cemetery. She Is survived by: her son, Alan Stenson; datlgh.ter, Monica Stenson-Brown; stepson, Rudu loph Stenson; 7 grandc:hildren, Anthony Boyldn, Tanesha Stenson, Tymira Stenson, Terrence Deon Stenson, Torrance Devon Stenson, Travis Boone and Tatyan Rigp; great grandson, Isaiah Moorer; 6 sisters, Evangelist Eva Russell, Diane Pope, Dinah Pope-Harris, Miriam Pope-o'Brien (Bobby), Pauline Pope-Williams and Zelda Pope; 3 brothers, Waymon Pope, Leroy Pope and Freddie Sturks; 2 aunts, Leona Hudson and Vivian Johnson; nieces, Tameka Williams, Susan Clemmons, LeChell Pope-Zakoul (Gamel), LeKeshia Williams, LeShal Williams and Victoria Pope; nephews, Michael Russell, Jeneral Russell, Ruhad Harris, Do rian Harris, Ishmeal Bryan (Star), Maurice Bryan, Warren O'Brien (Shakena), Markis Smith, Marcel Philips, Donte Pope, Broderick Drew and Ronzae Drew; cousins, Pauline Williams, Rachel Hudson, Tania Haynes (Steve), James Johnson (Rse Lynne), Thelma Durham, the Montana fanilly, the Bryant family, the Dorsey family, the Sledge family, the Taylor family, the Sc:ott family and the Pope famlly in Marianna, FL; son-in law, Michael Brown; special friend, Clyde Anthony; and other reladves and friends. Ms: Pope was born on May 3, 1952, m Tampa; she was the 5* of 14 c:hildren born to the late Rosa Lee and Richard Pope. Sh.e was a graduate of Blake Adult-High, Class of 1969. In 1977, Eyvonne relocated her family to Los Angeles, CA. She was employed by the County of Los Angeles for three years and the Department of Transportadon until 1996. In the late 1C)8os Eyvonne landed a role as an extra on a movie set in a sitcom; then a "Star"was born. Ac:dng became her passion. She landed many roles in Film and Television; she was a member of the Screen Actors' Guild. Eyvonne never knew a stranger. People naturally gravitated to her. She was fun loving and kind. She eiQoyed spending time with her grandchildren, children, brother and sister, whom she eared for, for years and loved dearly. She loved to travel and socialize. Eyvonne was a woman of great faith. The remains will repose on Friday, June 15, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home from 5-9 p. m. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 6-7 p. m., Friday. Friends are asked to assemble at approximately 10:45 a. m. at the church. "A WILSON SERVICE" JDWW.uzilson-funerglhqme.c:om Subscribe Todav MEMORIAl SERVICE MR. WILLIE B. HELMS, JR. Mr. Willie B. Helms, Jr., 59, went home to the Lord on May 15.2012. A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 11:30 a. m. at Bell Shoals Bapdst Church, 2102 Bell Shoals Rd., Brandon, FL, 33511. DEATH IIIIIUIICEIIEIIT MS. CHRISTEN DAVIS Ms. Christen Davis, mother of ten c:hildren, passed away on Wednesday, May 30, 2012. The viewing will take place on Friday, June 15, 2012, from 6-8 p. m. at the Adams &: Jennings Funeral Home, 6900 N. Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, 336o4. The memorial service will be conducted on Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 12:30 p. m at the King dom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 6318 N 22nd Street, Tampa, 33610. CATHERINE B. MCGRIFF We, the family of Ca1herine B. McGritJ, wish to express our sincere gratitude and apprecia tion to our friends for your kindness and .prayers during our dme ofbereavement. "TT 6 :u f/) m z m r-aJ c: r r-z "'D c: aJ r-c;; l: m c m m f/) c ,.. z c "TT :!! c Special thanks to: Rev. Terry Mallory, Rev. Joe Johnson, Rev. j Miller and Elder Keith Boykins; C) special thanks to Rev. E. W. Norm man and to Carnegie-Dallas FuN neral Services of Clearwater, FL ...a. Shelly McGriff and family. m

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BISHOP PHILIP F. TUCKER, SR. We will celebrate Bishop Philip F. Tucker, Sr. on June 23rd at 4:00 p. m. at Miracle Temple Church of God in Christ located at 2001 N. Albany Ave. The theme of the celebration is: Well done thy good and faith-ful servant! Bishop Tucker Pastored his congregation at Christ of Calvary Community Church, located at 1934 Main Street for 40 years. We will celebrate him as a husband to: Maretha; dad to Dr. Phyllis Tucker-Wicks and husband, Robert, Minister Dr. Philetha Tucker-John son and husband, Adrian, and Minister Dr. Philip Tucker, Jr. and wife, Pam. We will also celebrate him as a grandfather to: Adrian and Adria Johnson, ll, Jeremiah Wicks and Philip Tucker, ll. We will celebrate him as a brother to Dr. Emeritus Willie G. Tucker; an uncle, and as a friend and confidante to many. We will celebrate him as a soldier in the Uoited States Marine Corps Q as weD as a soldier in the army of the Lordi His work ia done. He aerved ii: his He has moved to his new and permanent acldress. &L For more information on the celebration, you may call (813) 948-Q ooos. z c( Q U) w :) .... w > w c w :::t: U) :::i m :) Q. z ti ....1 ....1 :) m ....1 w z i= z w U) a: 0 ....1 &L c( IN MEMORY OF OUR MOTHER MARY MARIE WIMBLEY Sunset: June 21, 1973 Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; love leaves a memory no one can steal. Love: your children, grandchildren and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DONNA YOUNGBLOOD-WILSON 6/18/68-4/7 /11 I N God caUed you home 14 months ago and every day you're still on our N minds and i n our hearts. W We hope one day we can share another birthday with you! Happy (!) birthday, Diva Donna. tf Love always: your husband, mother, children and family. Crime Teacher's Aida Arrested On NawCharua ShOIIUn Used In Gas Station Robben BARTOW A teacher's aide accused of paying stu dents for sex at Tenorac High School has been arrested on a new charge Curtis Jiles, a teacher s aide at Tenorace, was charged with 8 sex-related crimes Sunday after surrendering at the Polk County Jail. Jiles posted bail Monday, but was arrested again Tues day on a charge oflewd or las civious conduct related to another alleged victim. Detectives reported that a 15-year-old gth grade student told them Jiles made re peated sexual comments to him, slapped him on the rear, asked to see his genitals, called him nicknames, and touched him in the stomach area. This is a surveillance photo of a suspect holding a shotgun during the robbery The new alleged victim said he saw Jiles as a father figure at the beginning of the school year, but eventually became uncomfortable around him, detectives said. PRECIOUS MEMORIES SARAH ELIZABETH STEWART Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies report that on Sunday, June 10th at 6:15p.m., a man entered the Chevron Gas Station at 10920 U.S. Highway 41 in Gibsonton. The man was wearing a blue stocking over his head and face, and was armed with a doublebarrel shotgun. He al legedly demanded money from the clerk, fired a round into the ceiling, and pointed he shotgun at the clerk again. The clerk complied with the suspect who fled out of the business and was last seen running into a wooded area behind the station. Anyone with information is asked to call (813) 247-82oo. Precious memories of my wife, Sarah Elizabeth Stewart, who departed this life on June 13, 2003. CRISIS FUNERAL PRIC ES We miss you and you will always be on our minds and hearts. Your husband, William A. Stewart, family and friends. JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON lJ'D 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 FRoM YOUR RRST 01\.Y OF SCHOOL TO YOUR RRST 01\.Y ON TI:1E jOB, YOUR FAniER WAS A ROLE MODFL WHO GAVE YOU ENCOURAGEMENI' AND LOVE. THis FAlrfERS DAY, HONOR HIM BY &\ME ONTO YOUR CHilDREN. FUNERAL HOME 3000 N. 29th St Tampa, Fl33605 (BOO) 605-3350 (813) 248-6125

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Crime Suspect In April Murder Arrested NIGEL SHAKES ... one of two men suspected of pistol whipping and ldlling a man. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested a 25-year-old man Tuesday for the murder of another man in April. Deputies said Nigel Shakes has been charged with second-degree murder. According to reports, on KURAN SHAKES ... being sought by authori ties. April 23n:t at 10 p. m., George Sherry, 38, was in his apartment on 42nd Street with four other people when someone knocked on the door. Two men, one of them identified as Shakes, barged inside and reportedly pistol whipped and shot Sherry. GEORGE SHERRY .. pistol whipped and shot inside his apartment. Sherry was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. A warrant has been is sued for the second suspect, identified as Nigel's cousin, Kuran Shakes, 30. Shakes is being held without bond. Suspects Sought In Theft 01 $20,000 Bracelet Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies ar rested a 25-year-old man Tuesday for the mur der of another man in April. Deputies said Nigel Shakes has been charged with second-degree murder. According to reports, on April 23rd at 10 p. m., George Sherry, 38, was in his apartment on 42nd Street with four other people when someone knocked on the door. Two men, one of them identified as Shakes, barged inside and reportedly pistol whipped and shot Sherry. Sherry was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. A warrant bas been issued for the second suspect, identified as Nigel's cousin, Kuran Shakes,30. Shakes is being held without bond. Uncle Sandv Don't rack your brains ,, 12, 14, 15 trying to figure out 19, 22, 28, 30 that which you 33, as, 39, 40 already know 42, 45, 49, 50 26 Arrests Made In Running Scared' JIMMY BARRETI charged with domestic battery DEMETRIO US GEORGE .. charged with deliv ery of marijuana, possession of marljuana,'and delivery of a controlled substance. TERRANCE MALLOY ... charged with fleeing and attempt to elude pollee MICHAEL DONNELL MICHAEL WYATT DOMINIQUE NORWOOD charged with uttering a forged instru ment. TALLEY .. charged with grand theft. .. charged with delivery of co caine LEWIS .... charged with battery on a victim over 6s. ;!! erty, battery grand theft and petit theft. When the operation con cluded, 26 people had been ar rested and 33 warrants served. 0 ::11 c )> CJ) m z On June 121h, the Hillsbor ough County Sheriffs Office Warrants Section along with Tampa Police conducted a warrants roundup in the areas of Sulphur Springs, Ybor City, Jackson Heights, Belmont Heights Seminole Heights and the East Tampa corridor. Law enforcement fanned out looking for individuals wanted for such crimes as fail ure to pay child support pos session or delivery of various drugs, dealing in stolen prop::! z m r-aJ c: r rz According to the Sheriffs Office Jimmy Barrett, Michael Wyatt, Terrance Malloy, Michael Norwood, Donnell Talley, Demetri ous George, Dominique Lewis and Jake Powell were among the 26 arrested by deputies on a variety of "'D charges. LICENSE SUSPENDED I REVOKED? For 5 ,-or o Hdlltlo/ 0/f.,,I.,.(H.T .O.) C.A.P.S. MIJ MUle tt Wp 1M tttJMr tmw'allctut relatatMwt..a2tt3......,.._.tf5JWSl F Oftlt 10 reua C.A.P.S .... Wpecl people wida ..,.W ...alftobd clrnw'a liceuea pta rem.a.ted 10 dley c:a diM lepi1J ....... te.. C.A.P .S does dlia by wom., wida yoa, D.M.V., ad the court ay1tan lo eddreu prim fiDaJICial D.W.L.S COPic:ti.oDa ad otber c..a fcx IUipeUiaa. Call C.A.P.S. today to schedule for a eo:asultatlon. 813-250-0227 Pa,_..t piau are a...U.We lor tllole WM qullly. Do Not Drive in Fear! Call ettathNI A..istut Prop-ua Semces today lor IIOI'e iaf01'1118tloa r-c;; :::1: m c m < m c: m CJ) c l> z c ., ::11 i3

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. Businesswoman To Be Guest Speaker At Women's Conference BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Elder Michelle B. Patty, founder of the Michelle B. Patty Accident Referral Service has ac cepted the invitation to be the guest speaker at the 2012 International Women's Conference in Seminole, Oklahoma. The conference began June 13t h and will end on the 16th. The theme to this year' s conference is "Ask" Joshua 15-18-19. The conference is being hosted by Bishop Doris -Nelson of Oklahoma. I am honored and humbled to be chosen to spread God s word, said Elder Patty. "I'm also honored to be the motivational speaker ELDER MICHELLE B. PATIY for the Friday luncheon. Elder Patty has been an advocate for civil rights, voting rights, and quality of life issues in Tampa for decades She has been at the forefront as a spokesperson for injustices perpetrated against African Americans, and has also been a staunch supporter of Tampa's law enforcement agencies. "What I do in the com munity is done out of love and commitment," said Elder Patty. I've always felt I owe something to the people re sponsible for me being where I am today "A lot has pappened on this journey, but it's not over yet, because I feel there is still more God has for me to do Wo10an Wants Justice In Death 11 Her Child's Father It's been two years since Harold Wright was mur dered. Dontae Morris was charged with Wright's death, along with the mur of four other people. With Morris in custody and awaiting trial, not much attention has been paid to the families of his victims, with the exception of the two Tampa Police officers who were murdered Keaira Crum said she still hasn t gotten over Wright's death. She is the mother of one of his children. I saw Harold the day before he was killed. He was worried about what would happen to him after he at tended court on June 15th. Because he was murdered before that court date he didn t have to worry about that anymore. "Harold loved all five of his children and tired to spend as much time with them as he could. He was reHAROLD WRIGHT ..... murdered 2 years ago. ally a good person, and everyone loved him. Now, he can't see his children, and that's not right. Ms. Crum was two months pregnant with Wright's daughter when he was killed and she said it hurts deeply that that her daughter never got to spend any time with her father. "It s not fair. Thanks to Morris, Harold never got a chance to hold his daughter, and she never got a chance to look into her father s eyes. Because she looks so much like Harold, when she sees pictures of him, she knows that's her father. She walks straight to his gravesite when we visit the cemetery, and I think that means they have a spiritual connection." Ms. Crum said God and her family are what has kept her strong, and she also must include their daughter. "If people love like they hate, the world would be a better place. Church Pastor Hosts Old Fashioned Revival Pastor AlaFaye Nelson Vickers hosted an old fashioned revival recently at Holy Outreach For Christ, and it was well received by members and guests. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Pastor Vickers of Holy Outreach for Christ poses with member, Thomas Simmons, who also was on the program reading one of his gifted Odessa Curry and Tangeia Cook were at the re-poems. vival. Deacon Ricky and Kimberly Hampton. Also at the revival were Treanedra, Softie, Adrianna, Fedrick, and Mary Hall. Deacon Vernon Brown at-Mother Mary Peterson at-Tracy Castillo and Christian Lugo tended the revival. tended the revival. sat during the revival.

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U) ..... Popular Athlete Takes His Career In a Dinarent Direction BY GwEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Jarriett C. Buie, a popu lar Bay Area athlete, has taken his career in a differ ent direction. After playing, youth, high school, college and professional football, Jarriett graduated from basic training in the United States Army on Thursday, June 14, 2012 in Fort Benning, GA. His parents, Barbara and Johnny C. Buie, along with his sib lings, nieces, nephews, and other family members were there to witness the ceremo ny. JARRIETI' C. BUIE Callahan. He then joined the Bulls at the University of South Florida and played under Coach Jim Leavitt. He also earned a Bachelor's degree. J arriett playe d profes sionally in Canada before getting an opportunity with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and then the Tampa Bay Storins. J arriett comes from a large family. He is the 8th of 11 children. His mother describes him as an all9 around guy, son, brother, e;: uncle, father, "and let us not Q forget he's an amazing ath eyes of Bertha Gary. It was at this club where he developed a love for foot ball. He began playing for the Ybor City Eagles and from there his skills devel oped. Jarriett attended schools in the Hillsborough County School System: DeSoto Elementary McClane Middle School, St. Peter Claver Catholic School and Armwood High School under Coach Sean He then decided that maybe he needed a different career. He became employed with the Hillsborough County School System in the H. 0. S. T. Program at Potter Elementary School. And now he's saying, 'I'm in the Army now.' After graduation, he will be off to Oklahoma for additional training. are so proud of J arriett and the many accomplishments he has made and will continue to make in his life," states his mother. Z lete. = A native Tampan, 4C Jarriett grew up in the 5J Ybor City Boys and Girls Club under the watchful t i I t&a z ffi :I ::: m ... w z !i w U) c Q a: THE TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY ANNOUNCES OPENING OF PROJECT BASED WAITING UST APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE FOllOWING PROPERTIES: 1, 2, 3, lind 4 BEDROOM UNITS ONLY: > ca.rdeM et loutlt..,_l120 loutlt Lois Avenue,,._,., FL 33111; > Ollila Ill Rlvelf'llw 202 ll!.t aro.d ....... '1WIIp11 FL SliM; and )> a.ont Helghl E...._ 2411 Eaetl1st Avenue, Tatnpa FL > Ella at Encore. 1210 E. RIY Cballla Awnue T...,.. FL aa101 (Eiderty Site) This application II apeclftcaly for l4.baldized unlla In Which the rent Is baaed on houMhold ln TAMPA HOU.UI AUTHORITY-1121 WEST IIAIN STREET OR )> WEaT TAIIPA NEICIHBORHOOD CENTER Z10S N. ROle AVENUE OR )-MY OF THE ABOVE IIEJIT10NED PROPER11ES Femlles C8l'l submit an tippllcatlon for all or one of the proper1les by marking the appropriate boxe. on the eppllcdon. Fellin to select a properly wll adomdcaly apply the family to al properties. ALL APPt.ICATIONS, ONCE THOROUGHLY COMPLETED, IIUST 8E MAILED TO: 1121 West llaln SCnlet, r.,.., FL HAMU>B.IVERED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT 8E ACCEPTED AT ANY OF THE ABOYEIIENTJOIIED LOCATIOHB. DUPLICATES (COPIES OF} APPUCATJONS WilL BE REJECTED! Appllcallonl reoeivt wll be ... lgned a nll'l'lber and then drawn through a lottery procen. THE DATE AND TillE THE APPLICATION IS RECENED DOES NOT MATTER rr IS A LOTTERY. Onc:e the lcttery II conducted,. til preliminary applications wll be placed on a wa1t1st apecllc to the propert1ea eelec:ted as the units of lntereet If the HUD Income guldeHnea are not exceeded AJ eligible applcanta wll receNe a letter notifying them d their prelin'IIMry ac:ceptanee. Changes d address must be made In writing and aubmllted to the Tampa Housing Authority. Families 'with disabilities requiring I'HIOn8ble aooomrnodatiorw to receive the full benefit of this program must submit In writing the requested accommodation request I n order ror i t to be reviewed. Each property has specific eligibility requirements in order to live in their units Some of these requirements may be: Working, OR in school OR elderly, OR d isabled, pass credit screening, or no recen t evictions ... ID N w CJ __ AP __ __ L_L_c_ONTI ___ N_u_eo __ T_o_s_E_A_c_c_E_PT_E_o __ UNTI---L-FU_R_T_H_E_R_N_o_nc __ E_t ________ Nationallv Known Director Will Be Returning To Tampa Thanks to Tampa promot er, Too Smooth, a new era of entertainment has come toTampa. Too Smooth was the first man to successfully bring Gospel stage plays into the area, when "Lord, There's A Stranger In My House" debuted at the Straz Center in 2008, there has been an outcry for more of this kind of entertainment. Too Smooth said he owes his success in bring Gospel stage plays to the area to great community support, and an alliance he's formed with the director of those plays, Donald Gray. Gray, who calls Atlanta, Georgia home, will be returning to Tampa in November as part of the cast of a play written by Carlos Davis called "Holding On To What You Never Had." Gray, who has also appeared on cable televi sion's BET Network in one of the plays, said he will be acting and directing in this one. "There is an need for true family enter tainment, and what better way to fill that void than with stage productions," said Gray. e all feel this kind of entertainment is still in its infant stage in some areas, but we hope it will catch on DONALD GRAY quickly, especially for those adults who don't go to night clubs or bars." Gray said this recent pro duction comes with a unique twist, and the cast includes some of the biggest names in the industry. excited about returning to Tampa and we borne the people will con tinue to support us. had nice crowds at the last two stage produc tions we did in the area, especially 'Lord, There's A Stranger In My Hou.e.' hope to con tinue building big audi ences, and give exposure to a great writer, Davis, and letting the people of Tampa get up close and personal with celebrities and others in the indusry." .Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (81.3) 248-()724, or e at lcrews@/l.sentineLcom. Public Notice 8Mic and low coM telephoM ..me. from Yerlzon Verizon Ia an Eligible Telec:ommunlcatl c.ner In Florida under Federal Commlri:etions Cornmisllon and Florida Public Service Commlsalon guldelnes Aa such, we AMleiYe universal 88I'Vice funclng. which eneble8 us to proyide eeMce at reeeonable rates to higtM:oet ettdlot nnlareas. and to low-Income customers Under thole guidelines, Verizon cerllftes that It provides the following beslc I8I'VIcee for a monthly charge c:l $18.48 (plus Fedefal subecrlber line charge. applicable taxes and soo:hargea) to reaidenoe cuatomen: Single-petty eeMce Voice grade acceu to the public switched netwoftt Touch call eervtoe Access to emergency services (Including 911 and enhanced 911) Accesa to operator, lnterexch8nge and directory astlatance eervlces The Lifeline Pf198m provides 8S8illance to l'8duoe monthly charges for eligible reeidenllal consumers. In Florida Lifeline aaalstance reducee eligible Verlzon customers' with a aedlt c:l $13 50 Plea8e be aware that eligibility and discounta .. subject to change In addition, we can proyide Lifeline customers with free to1 blocking to help them c:ontrollong-dlatanoe usage. If Lifeline customers fal to pay tol charges, their acceu to the to1 network may be denied, but their local NfVIoe will not be dil
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 Fifth Third Bank Reaches Goal, Serves 5,300 Families BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor lishing drop boxes where customers could donate non-perishable food items. Last weekend, employees of a local bank and volunteers of a local bank held their campaign to combat hunger in the Tampa Bay area. The event was held at the Metropolitan Ministries Outreach Center, 2301 N. Tampa Street The event was part of the bank's heritage cerebration. Their goal was to address a critical issue and that is providing food for hungry and home less families. According to the 2011 report on homelessness by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Devel opment, Tampa has the highest rate of homelessness in the country at 57 per 10,000 residents. In an effort to combat the rising hunger rate, the bank held the food drive to feed the homeless and give hope to a commu nity battling the highest rate of homelessness in the nation. During the event, the employees and volunteers prepared and served meals to families as part of their Annual "Fifth Third Feeding Fam ilies" Campaign. In addition to serving the families, the employees and volunteers also sorted and stored non-perishable food items during the month-long food collec tion drive. The 47 Fifth Third banking loca tions in the Tampa Bay area collected the food items and partnered with Metropolitan Ministries, Inc. for dis tribution. The campaign was called, "Taking It To The Street." m Fifth Third Rank It kicked off on May 3 which is recognized as "Fifth Third Day" across the country. The em ployees kicked off the event by estab-Rev. Tom Scon Qualifies For Supervisor Of Elections Race REV. THOMAS SCOTT The Thomas Scott for Hillsborough County Super visor of Elections Campaign announced last week that Scott has qualified for the Democratic Primary elec tions. This announcement puts Scott one step closer to his desire to be the next Hillsborough County Super visor of Elections. The Democratic Primary will be held on August 14, 2012. This announcement is great news for the Scott E lection Team. "We still have work to do, according to Scott. "Although we have qualified, my election team is even busier now raising funds, so liciting volunteer support, and reaching out to resi dents throughout Hillsbor ough County to ensure they understand the significance of this election." Scott touts his 14 years of public service to this com munity as one of the things that sets him apart from oth ers. He is a three-term County Commissioner, in cluding three times as chair man; Tampa City Councilman where he served three times as chairman; and member of the Hillsbor ough County Canvassing Board for the Supervisor of Elections. As he speaks with crowds throughout the community, Scott promises to protect the integrity of the voting process; provide excellent customer service; and pro mote education and outreach in all segments of the community. Scott and his wife, Marva have been married for 36 years. Scott received his Bachelor of Arts in Crim inal Justice from the Univer sity of North Florida. More information can be found at www.Thomas Scott{orSOE.com. The iGrow Summer lnidative: Making Kids Brighter Youth summer camp grows kids in more ways than one For summer 2012, Bible Truth Ministries Academy (BTMA) is at it again! This year BTMA has teamed up with All Sports Community Serv ices, the B. E. S. T. Program and StudiYo for Kids for their very dy namic summer program: the iGrow Summer Initiative. This innovative and holistic pro gram uses the summer months to help young participants transition into their next grade level. Students will grow their minds, bodies spir its and community through fitness training, reading and math games, chess tournaments, healthy living workshops, media arts projects arts and crafts, community service proj ects and cultural field trips. During the summer, kids can lose over half of the math and read ing skills they've learned through out the year," said Suzette Dean, principal of BTMA. Our goal is simple: to keep our children's minds active." From the likes of former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Michael Clayton to students from the University of South Florida Health Sciences De partment, BTMA partners have all MRS. SUZETTE DEAN ... Principal generated incredible support from the community for the Academy's youth initiatives. The iGrow Initiative will run June 18, 2012 through August 3, 2012. Youth ages three through 17 can attend classes at the HOPE Community Centers at 4902 N. 22nd St. and 2902 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL33610. For more information about The iGrow Initiative, please call BTMA at 813-231-9177 or visit www.bt ministzy.com. Visit hccfl.edu/registernow. ---------1 :J:I! c.. c: z m ...... U1 N 0 ...... N

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HIPPV BinhdiV And Father's Dai I would like to wish the love of my life happy birthday and Father's Day and more to come. You deserve it Bae, so enjoy y our day. Love always and forever, Mrs. Getti. < L..:......-_H_a_PP_V_Bi_nh_d_av ____J a: w > w c w :I: en ::::; CD A special birthday wish is going out to Alexis, my best friend, partner in crime, my daughter and my everything. I thank God for you. Katrina, Sheriff and Mama Hank. Happy birthday Shayna, Jayla and Rockelle. Yeah from Auntie Trina. HIPPV BinhdiV, Ms. Belton MR. And MS. BELTON CD
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out You James Academv 01 EXcellence High Achievers DICHIARA GENCO ALFONSO GENCO, III DiChiara Genco has been promoted to the 4th grade. Her hobbies are: soccer computer and reading. Alfonso Genco, III has been promoted to the 3rd grade. His hobbies are: soccer, computers and he's a master video gamer. Parents : Natasha Genco and Alfonso Genco, II. Grandparents: Bill (Nancy) Fitzpatrick. Awards: Principal's Honorary Award, Principal's Honor Roll Citiz e nship Jaguar Pride and Perfect Attendance. With you when Truelove 52nd Wedding Anniversarv DEACON WILLIAM And SISTER ESTELLA JOHNSON Loca --------------------------------------0 Tampa's Black Republicans Prepare For August Convention c.. c: z m .... U1 1\) 0 .... 1\) The African American Republican. Club of Hillsborough County has been busy preparing for the Republican National Convention in August. The AARC President, Wilis "KC" Bowick, said they've registered 70 to 79 Blackowned businesses for the convention, and are waiting to see how many of them have been approved "We are also putting out a historical book on the 2012 Republican National Convention. I've been in contact with people who want to come from other places to be a part of the convention and that process is difficult. We're try ing to at least et them in close proximity to the convention so their businesses can get the exposure and experi ence." Mr. Bowick said the AARC is also putting to gether a video on the club and con tinuousl y recruiting. "We meet the last Tuesday of every month, and we have other activities going on at different times in different places. We also host luncheons every month. We re trying to get recognition of our organization and we want the RNC to know we're here and what we're doing. We do a lot of networking to let others know what our concerns are, and we' re a team and address all of the issues as a team. That' s the way to gain respect. AARC treasurer and local businessman, Joe Robinson, said they are in the process of getting an 5 African American business directory published. C We're also trying to get an > on line directory developed. One important thing we' re z doing is trying to show inclu:::1 sion with African American and Latino participation." Robinson said there are tD 4 ,000 registered Black Republicans in Hillsborough r m County. :::1 Reporter Leon B. Crews z can be reached at (813) "tJ 248-0724, or e-mailed at C: lcrews@flsentinelcom. HOME MOHTGAGE u; :::1: m c m < m !-o -4 c: m en c NeighborhoodLIFT" IAt'alnwat for Tomorrow To support sustainable homeownership and advance neighborhood stability, the Ne!ghborbooftl J'f".l'IM program looks to the future by delivering down payment assistance and financial education to homebuyers.1 Don't miss the Neighborboodi.I event, sponsored by Wells FSigO in collaboration with local nonprofit organizations. Apply for the Neighhorboodl IFr down payment assistance program for up to $15,000 per qualified homebuyer, available for a limited time to those who purchase a home in the City oTampa2 Learn more about finding and financing a home along with managing the financial responsibilities ofhomeownership Preview area homes for sale Dates: June 22 -23, 2012 'lime: 10:00 a.m. -700 p.m. Location: Tampa Convention Center. West Hall 333 S. Franklin St. Tampa, Florida 33602 Free parking in designated lots, see website for details. Admission to the event is free! Get more information and register today at: www.neighborhoodlift.com or call866-858-2151 L The Neighborboodi.1 program is a collaborative program of Wells Fargo Banlr. N.A., Wells Fargo Foundation, and Neighbor Works America, an independent nonprofit organization. Together we'll go far 2. The down payment assistance amount for qualihed. homebuyers is determined by comparing household income to the city's median income. Generally, the lower the household income, the higher the down payment assistance funds cannot be used to purchase bank-QW!led. properties being managed by Wells Fargo Premier Asset Services. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage is a division of Wells Fargo Banlr. NA 2012 Wells Fargo Banlr. NA All rights reserved. NMLSR ID 399801 REV 6/12 > z c 6 C) m U1 I m

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N .,... an .,... live Them Rest God in His infinite wis dom established a period of time in the life of His people the Year of Jubilee. The purpose of this year was to let there be a period of rest in the land and a time of restoration for those who had struggles. It is not God's intent for you to struggle continuously in your life. God also does not desire to have people in debted to you for the rest of their life either. Leviticus 25:8-12, 25, 35-40, 47, 48, 55 captures God's instructions about the year of Jubilee and how tended beyond days to years. He instructed them to count off sev:en Sabbaths of years (seven times seven years) so that it amounts to forty-nine years (vs. 8). The fiftieth year marks the year of Jubilee In this fifti eth year, liberty is to be pro claimed throughout the land (vs 1 0). In this year, every person was able to return to the land God had assigned to him or her people could receive a pee riod of help and rest from fE their labor. Genesis c records that in six days God worked, but on the seventh day He rested. God estabc lished the same principle for ffi His people. However, it ex : Over the course of time, some people fell on hard times and had to either sell their land or lost it. In the year of Jubilee a person was able to get back or go back to what they lost. God does not intend for the economic hardship of your life to last forever. God has designed life that there is a time of Jubilee. 1w > w c w l: tJ) :::::i m ::: z ti ...J ...J ::: m ...J w z t= z w tJ) it 0 ...J &&. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th A venue,T ampa, FL (<'mler Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: ( 8 1 3 ) 248-3 7 3 7 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 1.., Eddllllaklll, Sr. Pastor WEEIL Y WORSIII' SCHEDULE 8 :00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 1 0 :45 Wash' Service (Youth 2nd And 3rd Sunda y s ) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer wJBible Study WednesdaJ: 5:3> P M. F ree Tutorial 6:45P.M. Adult &Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At stjminislries@aol.com MSsion Statement: A ChurdJ of the inner city reachillJouf 10 the commriy byrnirlsterilgtothe whole man. OJ1rea:h Ministry: m OOAH COt1MlNTY, 1\C./ ch H:X.SE OF LYDIA w 0 When God restores or re pairs your li f e, the intent is not for you to go out and create more hardships for y o urself. He instructs them to have a period of rest. God wants you to have a period of rest by not creating hard ships in your life. God makes it so that if a family member loses any property, a close relative can come and redeem it for them (vs. 25). Families can maintain and keep pos session of God's blessings if they work together. Isn't it sad how families are losing possession of family pro perty because they argue over possessions? "If one of your country men becomes poor and is unable to support himself among you, help him as you would an alien or a tempo rary resident, so he can con tinue to live among you" (vs. 35). Family is expected to sup port family. If a member o f your family falls on hard times, God expects you to help him/her so that they can continue to live. In this economic down turn, families need to help NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or ( 813) 247-3899 Pastor Emeritus Early M:mirYJ Wa9lip-7 : $ A.M. Slllday Manirg Waship :30A.M. MorOOg :55 A M Wed., Family 7 P.M. For Transportation Call ( 813)486-7890 Dea. Kelvin DeCoursey Chairman, Deacons' Mini one an o the r as the Lord has instructed. Maybe you can help that sister or brother by letting them move in with you for a short season until they can get reestablished! God further instructs them not to take interest of any kind from them or lend them m o ney or f o od f o r a profit (vv. 36, 3 7 ) If your family is struggling at the world's hand, why would you put pressure on them? Do not try to get over on your family! If they live with you because they are struggling, do not try to make them pay a lot just so you can have more in your pocket. Finally, God instructs them not to treat a family member as a slave who has to work for you (vs. 39). If you have to help a family member, don t treat that person like a slave. Show them love and respect Do not emotionally torment them; do not turn your nose up at them. Do not hold over their head what you have done for them. Help them, and then let them go. Release them for a year of jubilee! SAINT ,JAMES A.M.E. CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE, INC. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-2411 UV. KICIWlL B. PIUCJ!, 1 ..... Baily Morning Worship Service 7:3oA.M. Church School8:45A.M. Morning Worship Service 10:15A. M. SUNDA Y Sunday S ch o ol 9 :30A. M Morning W orship 11:00 A M. Y PWW6 :00P. M. Eve n ing Worship 7:00P. M 1. w. Blake Class Of 196110tb Blrthdav Celellradan Meedng The next meeting of the Howard W. Blake High School Class of 1961 Alumni Club will be held Saturday, June 23,2012, at 1 p.m. and ALL class members are en couraged to attend. The meeting will take place at Golden Corral Restaurant, 11801 N. 56th St. (Fow ler Ave. and N. 56th St.), Temple Terrace, 33617 Dolores H odgins Mcintosh is President and Myrtle Jones Walker is Recording Secretary. Middleton High Schaal Class Of 1960 The Middleton High School Class of 1960 will meet Saturday 16 June 2012 at 5 P. M. The meeting will be held at the HOPE Commu nity Center 4902 North 22nd Street, across from Middleton Senior High School. For more information please contact the V P /Corre sponding Secretary Robert J. Williams at (813) 4179209/741-9294. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progress Blvd., Tampa. Fl33619 Church Office: (813) on1948 Pastor's Office: (813) 6720389 Academy Office: (813) fJl7 -5988 Fax : (813) 672-0514 EMail: fbc:opvtampabay.rr.com Dl. SAMIIAJtwEI.L Senior Teaching AdUt/Children Wor$hlp Tines A.M. & 10:.55 A.M. 4 :JI:I!f1QN!ft sunday 9 :45A.M. & Y04ittt/ Chben Tuesday 11 A.M. Ac:kM Wedhelday 7 P M Y
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Happy Father's Day 1!1 June Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday wishes are extended to: Rev. Thomas Heyward, Sis. Bert Graham, Mrs. Lizzie Banks and Richard Barr, Sr. Anniversaries Happy anniversary wishes for v. s. p. (very special per sons) Francis And Mildred Hanna, who celebrated another wedding anniversary on June 6th, more than so years of marriage. Happy anniversary to: Deacon Bobby and Deaconess Linda Johnson (6/8), Rev. Kaleb and Sis. Dawn Barnum (6/n), Bro. Mario and Sis. Anita Mallard (6/12), and Dea. Aaron and Sis. Ernestine Trice (6/29). As each couple celebrates another year of marriage, may the Lord continue to bless these unions. Sick And Shut-Ins Hold on to God's unchanging hand for He knows how much we can bear. Let us keep the sick and shut-ins in our prayers: Nicole Floyd, Ernest Green, Althea Houston, Brenda Ivey, Freddie Jackson, Shirley Idel Mills, Diana Williams, Dorothy Wilder, The Philon Family, Eloise Leeks, Phyllis Akes, Lucille Turner, Arlean Evans, Dea. Eli Rodgers and family, Van Scott, James Wiggs, Bob Anthony, Shirley Andersen (Canada), and Roger Humphrey. Sympathy The Progress Village com munity extends heartfelt sympathy to the following: the Timmons, Conyers, Shedrick and Perry fami lies, due to the los s o f their loved ones. They will be dearl y missed by those who knew them. May eac h of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance, and strength during thi s time of be reaveme nt. \ CHURCH DIRECTORY I NEW BEGINNING CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD, INC. &naif; bbhopandrewsOIM.com SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M. Morning Service 1 1 :30 A. M Evening Service7:30 P M. Bible Study -Tuesday Bible Band-730 P. M lhursday Evening Yf'W\N -7:30P.M. 1st And 3rd Friday Everling Womerl's OutreaCh Ministry7:30 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 MOANING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-lord's TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bille Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.ICIIUO.AIIO, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org New St. Matthew M.B. Church New Saint Matthew M. B. Church, Rev. Alec Fitzgerald Hall, Senior Pastor imd congregation wish their June celebrants a happy birthday: Paul Christy, Keres Judge, Kobe Barnum, Antoine Jenkins, Tyneshia Judge, Darryal Bryant and Shay quashejse Thompkins. Congratulations! Congratulations go out to Blanka Bell of Chamberlain High School being selected Player Of The Year For Hills borough County Softball Team." She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Annie) Bell. Scripture (Psalm 119:169-170) "Let my cry come near be fore thee 0 Lord give me understanding of thy word. Let my supplications come before thee, deliver me according to thy word." F. Y.I. God ble ss Pres ident Barack Obama a nd family, and those that serve our country. Remember your helper in the kitche n ShuLon's Kitche n 8137419760 Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at 813735-79 68 GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9: 45a.m. Morning Worship 11 a m Evening Worship 5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday7:30 p .m. Vis i tors Are Welcome! Tiiiiiii:J. IEED Pastor Ear1y Morning Worship -8 A.M. Sunday School 9 : 30A.M. Morning Worship -10:50 A M Bible Study, Wed. -7 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS 'INVITED 'TI ::D New Educadon Benem '-For Unemploved Veteran i m ...... The Veteran Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP), allows qualifying veterans between the ages of 35 and 60 to receive up to 12 months of education assis tance. Maximum payments are equal to the full-time rate Montgomery GI BillActive Duty, currently $1.473 a month. efit, such as the Post-9/11 GI en Bill, the Montgomery GI Bill, or vocational rehabilitation and employment; not have participated in a federal or state jobs training program within the last 180 days and Under VRAP, veterans apply on a first-come, first served basis for programs that begin on or after July 1st. To qualify, veterans must be 35 to 6o years old, unem ployed on the day of applica tion, and have been issued discharges under conditions other than dishonorable; be enrolled in education or training after July 1, 2012, in a VA approved program of education offered by a community college or technical school le ading to an associate degree, non-college de gree, or a certificate for a high-demand occupation as defined by the Department of Labor; not be eligible for any other VA education benIIP11ST ce UIJl...._IL T-.11.11112 (111) 221-11. not receive VA compensation at the 100 percent rate due to individual unemployability. For more information on the Veterans Opportunity To Work Program, the Hire He roes Act of 2011, VRAP, high demand occupations and ap plication procedures, visit thee website at www.bene or call VA National Call Center toll free 1-800-827-1000. ........ 1:111& lwtlltltn"-n Prlltf lll'llcl, TltSDY-I ... ........ 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Remembering Wimauma The Revelator will be sharing stories that reflected Wimauma many years ago and bow people survived. If old oak trees and dirt roads (now paved) could talk, they would tell the story about Wimauma's first Black cowboy, Leroy Burroughs, dubbed "Black Cowboy." Burroughs and his son, Leroy, Jr. participated in several rodeo shows in Manatee County. Being a farmer and a ranch hand, Burroughs had many opportunities to learn bronco g busting and lassoing. If Other cowboys were o Elijah West, David West, Louis Cooper, > Charles Allen, and cow girl, Gwendolyn West. Da y s would be rem embered of parents getting up before daylight to send their children off to school or to the babysitter, then rushing uptown to catch the work truck. Sometimes the boss allowed the to take a truck home, since he or she lived among the crew. The women mostly picked tomatoes, strawberries, oranges, peas, beans, cucumbers, etc. Workers often picked enough fruits and veggies to share with neighbors. There wasn't time for chitchat because they had to rush home to take care of the kids The men usually worked on the ranches, sawmills carpentry, in mines, cement, land clearing, scrap metal, and mechanical work. Raleigh Nelson once said he paved the famous brick roads ofYbor City. Mothers will never forget wash day. These days start ed b y pumping and carrying water to fill up boiling pots and number 2 and 3 tubs. After boiling the clothes, :. :cJ'S HAIR STUDIO 1/2 North 34th St. Tampa, FL 33 fATHER'S DAY SPECIAL mper Him With A Manicure & ::-. ......... .... 0 $25.00 : (Can Be Purchased Now) Shantel Nail Technicians: Christina 813-248-651 they were put in the #2 pot for scrubbing on the scrub board. The #3 tub was used for rinsing and blueing was added to the rinse water Gone are the days of free home medical care. The County Nurses came year round to check for tapeworms, measles, mumps, colds, vaccinations and other possible diseases. Also, a few days after a new mother had given birth, nurses were at her door to examine the mother and baby. Strict orders were given that neither mother nor baby could leave their home until the baby was a month old. During that spe cial time of bonding, visita tion by relatives and friends was restricted. Beat the hambone contest was always a thriller. Young and old men lined up to beat the hambone. The participants had to have quick hands skills, rhythm and be able to make a popping sound from their mouths by using their hands. The chief news of the day was when the high sheriff rode into town. That news spread faster than any tele phone service and it spread even faster after he left. He didn t bother anyone. He'd visit a few houses to get the lowdown, ride around and wave a bit, then he left. In those days, folks cooked and boiled water on wood stoves. Wood heaters were used to heat homes during the winter. Wood was trucked into the neighbor hood by pulp wood haulers lumber-jacks, stomp remo v ers, or folks took their trucks or wagons to the train d e pot to pick up w ood from the wood pile. Lidar wood was a precious commodity because it lit up instantly To be continued. Future Scholarship The Revelator supports Brittan as she launches toward higher education. She is a lS-yearold student who attends Lennard High School in Ruskin. Her scholarly ambi tions were recognized by the Bright Future Foundation that presented her with an opportunity to receive a full scholarship for her academic achievements. Brittany is the daughter of Nicky Stephens, the granddaughter of Minister Lavern and Shirley Stephens and Lizzie Stevenson. Until next time -ring, ring Revelator Sickle Cell Old School Dance Draws Big Crowd An old school dance in support of the Sickle Cell Foundation was held recently, and was well attended. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) In this photo are: Sickle Cell Representative Sandra Owen, Attorney Tiffany Craig and standing, City Councilman and Sickle Cell Association president, Frank Reddick. From left to right: Velma Ball, Janice Carter and Cynthia Brady. Oretha and Willie Williams enjoyed the old school dance. Paul and Barbara Roberts showed their support of the Sickle Cell Foundation by attending the dance.

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.. College To Host Blood Drive Gospel Comedian, Author Signs Song Writing Contract c.. c z m Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, June 19th, Remington College-Tampa Campus, will sponsor a blood drive and platelet drive. The purpose of the event is to increase the number of minority blood donors. The blood drive will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., and from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The platelet drive will take place from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. The Remington College Tampa Campus is located at 6302 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. The campaign is entitled "3 Lives," because three lives can be saved with a pint of blood. The campaign has collected more than s,ooo pints of blood since it began. The college bas partnered with the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA) to raise awareness of the need for minority blood donors. ALGREEN Spokesman for '3 Lives Campaign' Frank Wolff, of Wellons Communications said, "Wh ile the primary goal of the '3 Lives Campaign' is to recruit minority donors, everyone is encouraged to attend the drive and donate blood." He further stated that an important tip potential donors should keep in mind is that if a person's hemoglobin levels are too low, that person cannot donate. He advises potential donors to add iron-rich foods such as meat, dried beans, peas, bread, pasta, dark green leafy vegetables, dried fruit or nuts to his or her diet a day before donating blood. Popular R&B and gospel singer Al Green relies on life-saving blood transfusions. He has battled Sickle Cell the majority of his life and his treatment includes monthly blood transfusions Green is the official spokesman for the "3 Lives Campaign." Green said "My goal is to get more people of color to become regular blood donors. Minority donors allow me and other Sickle Cell patients to manage our disease and live our lives." All blood collected will be used to help people in the Tampa Bay area. Last year, ABC named Remington College as its "2011 National Partner of the Year." For more information about the blood drive cam paign call 1-800-448-6405 or visit the web page at www.3Lives.com. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Winnie T. Durant, author, poet, motivational speaker, comedian, and gospel songwriter I arranger, has signed her first Gospel contract. Ms. Durant has been very busy since being awarded this prestigious gift. Her favorite song that was chosen was "You Can Walk Around Heaven (Everyday)." "The song chosen was one I wrote after my mother left to live with God," said Ms. Durant. "My granddaughter, Imaria Davis, sings it to perfection, and it can be viewed on her DVD, 'God Is Still In Control.' She is now a member of Gospel Song Writers Poets Success Minded African Americans, and the Black Professional Network." Ms. Durant said she's WINNNIE T. DURANT .... (J1 \ N 0 .... N received a letter of great encouragement from a ere.., ative director, saying her 6 work has great potential. ::D "I'm still working on my C Gospel comedy, 'Gertrude, Act 2,' and everyone I've m talked to has told me it's !I very funny. z "I'v e dedicated this DVD m r to my dear cousin, Gospel m Brother Eddie C Durant, Sr. He brought me out of hiding, and I owe !!l him a lot." z ., c m r c;; :I: m c What's your story? m < m -1 c m tJ) c Tara Chamberlain and son, Donor Family Has your life been affected by organ or tissue donation? Are you a recipient, a donor family member or passionate about educating your community about saving lives? )lo z c .., ::D 6 Brittany Hutchinson, Kidney Recipient Nathan Singletary, Lung Recipient Volunteer with us! If you are interested in sharing your donation story and encouraging more people to join Florida's donor registry contact us today. LifeLink ofF lorida Ashley.Moore@LifeLinkFound.org 1-800-262-5775 G) m CD I m

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svnthedc Drug Usage Increasing BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last year, several people sought medical treatment. after using drugs legally sold in convenience stores. Numerous cases of people seeking medical treatment for illness or other negative reac tions to the bath salts drew the attention of lawmakers Legislation was quickly drafted and passed outlawing the products, by making its chemical make-up illegal. And reports of the usage of the synthetic marijuana > dropped. This year, only one case has en been reported to the Florida Poison Information Center tthis year in Hillsborough i: County. But, the same thing w cannot be said about the use > of a drug called Spice. Its use rising to alarming pro W portions. l: Dr. Cynthia Lewis Younger, Director of the i Florida Poison Information ::::l Center of Tampa said there 0.. wer e cases reported last year "We have already had several cases reported in 2012 and that's just the tip of the ice berg. "We don t know about the cases unless someone gets sick enough to go to the hos pital, she said. Spice is an al t ernative to smoking marijuana that gives the same euphoric effect. But, documented cases show that it can also causes vomiting fear, and even memory loss. It also affects the heart rate Dr. Lewis-Y ounger said it's not just a problem in Central Florida, but a prob lem in every county It is also difficult to track statistically First, unless a person has an adverse reac tion, officials never know the person is using it. Secondly, the product con taining the drug combination is available over the counter at any convenience store. Thirdly, even when a per son becomes ill and admits to using the product it may be reported i n several differ ent methods such as an acci dental e-verdose. Additionally, the manner in which it is reported determines whether law enforce ment is notified. Law enforcement is not notified about all emergency room activity. Dr. Lewis-Younger said last year 34 qses of Spice usage was reported to her office This year, 20 cases have already been reported to her agency svnthetic Mariiuana Sending People To Hospital Emeruencv Rooms Hospital emergency rooms all over the country have been busy treating teens and adults after they ve smoked synthetic marijuana. Because of the composi tion of the substance, it has beep difficult to have it removed from stores A testing of the product has shown that it contained no substances on the banned list published by the federal government. However, with the sale growing and reaching younger people, efforts have been initiated to have it removed from all convenience stores. Antoinette Glover, one of the first people in Hillsborough County to speak out on the problem, said she's happy to see progress in having Spice, one of the synthetic marijuana products, removed from sto:J;"es. "I've visited a lot of stores in the area, and noticed that most of them have taken it out of their stores, along with the pipes that are used to smoke i t I don t understand how these item_ s can be openly sold. The hospitals knew the drugs posed a health threat, even after actress Demi Moore was hospitalized, and in Pinellas County, a young man dived into a pond under the influence of Spice. Those incidents alone should demonstrate that this is a dangerous product." Ms. Glover said not only is it a shame the stores were allowed to sell Spice and the pipes to smoke it with, but it's easy access has put a lot of money into the pockets of the convenience store own ers. "Anyone can get their hands on it, regardless of their age," said Ms. Glover. "They often get older adults to purchase the stuff f o r them. The store owners have no ooncerns about the ANTOINE'ITE GWVER spearheaded effort to have products removed from stores. effects of Spice or the age of the users. All they are interested in is turning a profit. Ms. Glover said she also doesn't understand how it isn't illegal to sell pipes, but if a law enforcement officer catches you with one, you could be charged with pos session of paraphernalia. "It' s obvious what the pipes are being used for. I mean, what else can you do with these pipes? What other purpose do they serve?" Ms. Glover said she's met with elected officials, and has a problem with p e o ple with titles. I've spoken with a lot of elected officials and they don't seem to take this seri ous enough to take any action, or at least warn the people who look up to them for leadership "We need to all get together and support a complete ban on these products. The kids are out of school for the summer, and we need to step up to protect our chil dren." Ms. Glover said we can't wait until one of our children is a victim before we do something to stop it. City Councilman Frank Reddick said his office has sent out communications to the stores identified by police, asking them to remove the items from the stores. CITY COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK Some of the stores have cooperated and the others are being targeted by police. "Tampa Police are going in, confiscating the items, and having them tested. If they turn out to be on the list of banned substances, then charges will be filed We re also trying to get an ordinance that specifically says it's ill e g a l to sell s yn thetic marijuana." Councilman Reddick said TPD has sent him a list o f the targeted stores, and h e' s gotten call s from sto re owners who said they wi ll remov e Spic e and the other items from thei r sto r es. I think the incident in South Florida where a homeless man was attacked and his fac e bitten off was the result of synthetic mari juana, and the affect is has on people. I think stores in predomi nately Black communities were targeted intentionally and we re very close on getting Spice and the other products completely removed from our commu nity." The Florida Legislature has issued an October 1st mandate for all synthetic marijuana to be removed from stores. County Commissioner Les Miller's office says Commissioners have not addressed the issue, but are aware of the problem Monday llRnday 11:00 a.m 10:00 p.m. OPEN LATE ON FRIDAY & SATURDAYS 11 :00 a .m. to 5:00 a.m. Closed Sunday Chicken & Waffle& With Drink

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MeD'S Health weellls June 11-11, 2012 According to the American Cancer So ciety, cancer is a leading cause of more than 300,000 men dying annually While not all cancers are preventable, there are a few things men can do to decrease their risk," said John R. (Jack) Steel, M.D., FACRO of Tampa Bay Radiation On cology (TBRO). TBRO suggests these tips: Eat tomatoes: The ly copene, an antioxidant found in tomatoes, has a profound impact on the prevention of prostate cancer. Lycopene has also displayed promise in breast, lung and endometrial cancer prevention Lycopene is also found in apricots, pink grapefruits, papaya, water melon, guava and strawberries. Skip the meat: High con sumption of animal protein has been linked to a greater risk of many cancers. Try to limit your intake of animal products to less than two serv ings per week and consume more plant protein like legumes and minimally processed soy products. Eat your vegetables: Onions, garlic, leeks, shallots, scallions, and chives have organosulfur compounds with anti-cancer effects, and are as sociated with reduced prostate cancer risk. Orange vegetables such as carrots, pumpkin, sweet pota toes, winter squash and corn were also found to lessen prostate cancer incidence Vegetables like broccoli, kale, bok choy, arugula, cauli flower, Brussels sprouts, cab bage and radish contain chemicals that stimulate the body to detoxify carcinogens. Get screened regularly: Stay up-to-date on screening recommendations for all can cers and be sure to keep up with regular check-ups. Al though regular screenings and self-examinations cannot guar antee cancer prevention, they can certainly increase the chance of early detection. Exercise at least three hours per week: Exercise, particularly endurance-type exercise such as walking, run ning, cycling and swimming, are effective forms of disease protection and can also slow the progression of cancer. Men: Is Your Waistline The Kev To Bener Healthil Men can gain significant health benefits from watching their waist size and if necessary, losing some flab around the middle, the American Dietetic Association says. Excess abdominal fat as op posed to fat elsewhere on the body increases men's risk for health problems such as dia betes, heart disease and some types of cancer. This fat is known as visceral fat To measure your waist size, wrap the tape measure over bare skin on your natural waistline a little above the belly button at the narrowest part of your torso. Don t hold the tape measure too loose or too tight. Eating better, decreasing stress levels, engaging in physi cal activity and getting at least seven to nine hours of sleep every day can help keep a man's midsection under control. The 10 Best Foods For Men To Eat #1: Oysters -A few oysters a day delivers a full day 's s uppl y of the antioxidant mineral zinc, which is involved in hundreds of body processes, from producing DNA to repairing cells. Sexual functioning of the male repro ductive system, including in creased sperm counts, is also enhanced. What To Eat: Eating other shellfish, lean beef lean pork, or legumes will also help. #2: Bananas-Bananas are a great portable source of quick energy and are rich in potas sium, which is needed to regu late nerves, heartbeat and, especially, blood pressure and can reduce the risk of stroke. A super source of vitamin B-6 ba nanas can also aid your immune system, help form red blood cells, ensure a well-functioning nervous system, and assist pro tein metabolism. To Eat: Consuming orange juice milk, tomato products, and beans will also help. #3: Fatty Fish-No list of superfoods would be complete without the healthy fat, omega3 fatty acids. Omega -3 fatty acids are po tent anti-inflammatory foods that can help lower triglyceride [b lood fat] leve ls, reduce aches and pains in athletes, and offer relief with certain kinds of arthritis. Fatty fish are also a good source of vitamin D, a nutrient that tends to be deficient in our diets and can help prevent can cer, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and bone disease. What To Eat: Eating salmon, sardines, tuna, mack erel, herring will also help #4: Broccoli-Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli are help ful in preventing heart disease and cancer. They r e loaded with vitamin C, beta-carotene, potas sium, and a phytochemical calle d sulphoraphane, which has strong anticancer (prostate and colon) properties What To Eat: Eating cab bage, bok choy cauliflower or Brussels sprouts will also help #5: Brazil Nuts -These nuts are packed with magne sium and selenium, powerful antioxidants that may help pre vent heart disease and cancer and protect prostate health. Se lenium also helps lower LDL or "bad" cholesterol and reduces the incidence of blood clots and heart disease. What To Eat: Eating dry roasted nuts, turkey, tuna, or shellfish will also help #6: Whole Grains -A diet ric h in whole grains provides fiber, vitamins, minerals all the co-factors for heart health, building muscles, and keeping waistlines small. What To Eat: Eating grain pasta or quinoa will also help. Oatmeal and barley are rich in soluble fiber, full of B vita mins that can help lower LDL or "bad" cholesterol and are also good for the prostate. You can get 10-25 grams of soluble fiber a day from oatmeal or other so urces of soluble fiber like ap ples, pears, and beans. #7: Plant Stanols -Stanols are naturally occurring sub s tances in fruits and vegetables that have been shown to lower mildly elevated blood choles terol levels What To Eat: Getting a total of 2 grams of plant stanols, in two doses with meals, to help inh ibit absorption of cholesterol in the intestine will also help. #8: Soy Beans Soy is rich in isoflavones, which protect prostate health and have been shown to lower prostate cancer risk. Eating 25 grams or about 1 ounce of soy protein a day can help decrease cholesterol and can help reduce the risk of heart disease. What To Eat: Eating a few servings of soy nuts, soy milk soy cheese, veggie burgers, tofu or edamame will also help. #9: Berries or Cherries -The violet, blue, and red colors in all kinds of berries and cher ries are responsible for the healthy properties of these fruits. 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Medical Benefits Settlement Providing Benefits to Clean-Up Workers and Certain Gulf Coast Residents I f you have a medical claim related to 'the Deepwater Horizon oil spill you coul d get benefits from a class action settlement with BP Exploration & Production Inc. and BP America Production Company (''BP'). Go to DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com for mo r e information, including in formation on how to file a clai m. WHO IS INCLUDED IN THE MEDICAL BENEFITS SETTLEMENT? The Med ical Class includes (1) clean-up workers and (2) certain people who resided in specific geographic areas in coastal and wetlands areas along the Gulf Coast during specific periods in 2010. The website DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com has detailed descriptions and maps to help you determine whether a geographic location may be included in one of these zones. Additionally, you can call 1-866-992-617 4 or e-mail info@ DeepwaterHorizonMedicalSettlement.com to find out if a geographic location is included. WHAT DOE S T H E M E D IC A L B E N EFIT S S ETT L E M E N T PROVI D E ? The benefits of the Medical Benefits Settlement include: ( 1) payme nts to qualifying people for certain acute (short-term) and chronic (ongoing) medical conditions occurring after exposure to oil or chemical dispersants; (2) provisio n o f period ic me d ical exam inati o ns t o q u al i fyi n g p eo p le; and (3) creatio n ofa Gulf Re gio n Health Outreach P r o gram, consistin g of p rojects to strength en t h e healthcare s y stem. Benefits ( 1) and ( 2) w ill be prov ided only a fter the Cou r t grant s final approval and any appeals are resolved. How TO GET BENEFITS FROM THE MEDICAL BENEFITS SETTLEMENT You need to submit a Claim Form to request benefits. You can get a copy of the Claim Form by visiting the website or by calling 1 866 992 6174. Claims can be submitted by mail. If you have questions about how to file your claim, you should call the toll free number for assistance. The deadli ne for filing a Claim Form is one year after the Medical Be n efits Settlement becomes effective (that is, after the Court grants approval" and an y appeals are r e so l v e d ). T h e exact date o f the clai m filing de a dli n e wi ll be po s t e d o n th e we b site. It is h ighly r eco mm e n d e d that M e d ical Class Mem b ers complet e and submit their claim forms promptly. Please read the Economic and Property Damages Settlement notice because you may also be eligible for a paym .ent from that settlement. -YouR O THER OPTIONs If you do not want to be legally bound by the Medical Benefits Settlement, you must Opt O ut or exclude yourself by Oct ober 1, 20 12 o r you won't be able to sue BP over certain medical claims. If you stay in the Medical Benefits Settlern .ent, you may object to it by August 31,20 12. The Detailed Notice explains how to exclude yourself or object. The Court will hold a hearing on N ovember 8 2 012 to consider whether to approve the Medical Benefits Settlement. You or your own lawyer may ask to appear and speak at the hearing at your own cost. Class Counsel will ask the Court to consider an a war d o f f ee s, costs, an d expenses of 6 % of the val ue o f the ben e fi t s ac t ually p r o v ided under the Med i ca l Bene fi t s Settlement Agreement. Class Counsel f ees costs and expen s e s under the Medical Benefits Settlement Agreement and the Economi c and P roperty Damages Settlement Agreement jointly cannot exceed $600 million. Class members' payments will not be reduced if the Court approves the payment of Class Counsel fees, costs, and expenses because BP will separately pay these attorney fees, costs, and expenses. DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com 1-866-992-6174 :!! c c.. c:: z m r 0 :!! c ,.. fJ) m z ::::! z m r DJ c: r r m ::::! z "'C c:: DJ r Cii ::a: m c m < m :D -< -4 c:: m fJ) c ,.. z c :D c G) m .... w I DJ

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c a: LL c z w c w ::1: (/) :::i al : D.. z j::: w ...J ...J : al ...J w z j::: z w (/) a: 0 ...J LL 4 filet mignon steaks 2 tablespoons canola oil Salt and pepper Compound Butter 1/2 cup unsalted butter, room temp 1 shallot, minced 1 tablespoon minced parsley 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice Salt and pepper DIRECTIONS: Rub steaks on all sides with oil, season with salt and pepper to taste Grill over direct medium-high heat for desired doneness. Remove steaks from grill and let rest for a few minutes. Place a slice of com pound butter on top of each steak allowing it to melt slightly before serving. Compound Butter -Put butter, shallot, parsley and lemon juice in a food processor and blend. Transfer mixture to a sheet of plas tic wrap Roll into a log about 1-1/2" thick and twist the ends to close. Refrigerate until firm (1 hr.). Remove from the frig and slice into 112 While all dads are different, your dad's personality may actually determine what steak he enjoys most. Whether he is a mildmannered filet mignon lov ing man or a take-charge dad who always orders a strip loin, a big juicy steak on Father's Day is sure to make his day. Blackened Rib Eye Steak 4 rib eye steaks 1/4 cup olive oil Blackening Seasoning (see below) Creamy Horseradish S auce (see below) Blackening Seasoning 3 tablespoons sea salt or kosher salt 1/4 cup paprika 2 tablespoons each cayenne pepper, dry oregano thyme, fennel seed, black pepper and white pepper, granulated garlic, onion powder Creamy Horseradish Sauce 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/4 cup sour cream 3 tablespoons each horseradish, fresh lemon juice, scallions (minced) 1/2 teaspoon sea salt or kosher salt DIRECTIONS: Heat a cast iron skillet until very hot, in a well ventilated area. Brush steaks with olive oil. Coat each side of the steaks with 1 teaspoon of blackening seasoning. Place steaks in the iron skillet, flipping steaks halfway through cooking. To cook a l-inch-thick steak medium rare, cook about 4 min utes on first side and 3 minutes on other side. Spoon 2 tablespoons of Creamy Horseradish Sauce on each plate before top ping with the cooked steak Blackening Seasoning -Combine all ingredients and mix well. Creamy Horseradish Sauce-Combine all ingredients and mix well. Filet Mignons are mild-manner e d tender-hearted, meticulous and enjoy simple elegance. Ribeyes are even-tempered, strive for balance in life and have laid-back atti tudes with a bit of a maverick spirit. Strip Loins are passionate and some what indulgent, with strong personalities and take-charge attitudes. Top Sirloins are mainstream with down-to-earth attitudes and a "what y ou see is what y ou get" philosophy of life. Mustard-Glazed Top Sirloin 4 top sirloin steaks 2 tablespoons each soy sauce, dry sherry, dijon mustard Juice of 1lime 1/2 teaspoon each dried thyme, garlic salt, freshly ground black pepper DIRECTIONS: Preheat and oil the grill. Bring steaks to room temperature. Place soy sauce, sherry, mustard, lime juice, thyme, garlic salt and pepper in a small bowl and whisk together. Brush steaks on both sides with the glaze Grill over direct medium-high heat for 4 minu t es. Turn steaks over, brush again with the glaze, and grill for 4 minutes longer for medium-rare 5 to 6 minutes for medium or to desired doneness Remove from grill and let rest a few min utes before serving.

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-Chef Tony Morrow Celebrity Chef, Restaurateur I Atlanta, GA These lamb chops have won awards. But more importantly, it's my son's and my favorite meal. That's why I'm sharing this and other recipes, so you can show Dad he's your favorite too. Publix has the whole meal planned for you on their site. We have such busy households these days, but Publix makes it easier to get together and reconnect as a family with food on the table. Pictured Chef 'lbny's Lamb Chops with Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans Find this and other delicious recipes, tips and more at publix.com/sundaydinners Pu bl WHERE SHOPPING IS A :u 6 c.. c z m .... $11 N 0 .... N ., .... 0 :!! c )> en m z =! z m .... m c .... .... m =! z "D c m .... c;; ::::1: m c m < m -t c m en c )> z c ., :a c .... Y' m

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NP------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------National II) ,.... A Child Is Born Little princess, Caira Lanae' Fisher was born on Thursday, June 7th, 2012 at 9:10 a.m. weighing 6 lbs 10 oz It is reported by Mrs. Jamie Drake, coworker of Caira's Mother, that Caira has a beautiful full head of hair and a vecy sweet disposi tion. Congratulations to her proud parents, Father, Dwaine Fisher and Mother, Marquinia Butts-Fisher, who are elated about her delivecy! Happy Father's Day! C Shaw-Ntif Talk extends ii: wishes for a Happy Father' s LL. Day to a few special Fathers: first-time father as of Januacy c( 26, 2012, my son-in-law, Larry Coleman, II, of c Lakeland; my husband, U) Michael Shaw, Auburndale ; John Shaw, Lakeland; tSylvester Gordon, Sr., ft Erik Gordon and Sylvester w Gordon, Jr., Rochester NY. > Wishes are extend e d to : W Herman Johnson, III, fi) A p o pka; Larry Coleman, of :I: Tampa; Elder Freddie U) Hird, and Minister Gary :J m Hird, o f Lake Wales, Elder Thomas Faison, Jr., Q. Pastor Shelton W. Faison, and Johnnie Wilkerson, w Plant City. ::j Father' s Day wishes also go out to: Elder Neal T. a::l Phillips, St. Petersburg; Neil irl Cowan, Ft. Myers; Bishop z John W. Smith, Minister i= Bobby Shaw, Minister ffi Jerome Fortson, Elder U) Calvin McDonald, Dr. c( Harvey Lester, George C McKenzie, Reverend ii: Jimmy Downing, Andrew 9 Williams, Keith Boyd, LL. Sr., George London, Sr., George London, Jr., James Thornton, Artis Duk,es Sr., Fred Moore, Larry Mitchell, Tony Williams, Emmanuel McGill, Marcellus Thomas, Ervin Gant, Mozell Axson, Reginald Ardis, Luther Golliday, Sr., Mark Johnson, Monroe Jackson, and Michael Worlds, Sr. Also to: Lee Mitchell, Jack Johnson, Mayor Gow Fields, The Honorable Judge Timothy Coon, Attorney Larry Hardaway, Attorney Kenneth Glover, Ernest Joe, and Michael Johnson, Lakeland Happy Father' s Day to: Jeff Parham and Maurice Johnson,Bartow;Elder ,.... Harvey Lawrence, Glenn W Collier, Paul Mack, CJ Minister Emmanuel Dudley, Minister Grant Elliott, Clearwater; Elder James Williams, III, Minister Anthony Landers, Minister Tony Jordan, Minister Derrick Blue, Minister Fred Sears, Amos. Landers, Mark Nash, AI Smith, II, Leon Williams, Ruben Allen, Keith Cox, C. Blythe Andrews, III, Leon Crews, Attorney Desmond Stewart, Tony Dungy and Earl W. Haynes, Tampa. And to: Ben Stevenson of Brandon; Reverend Van H. Green, The Honorable Judge John Kirkland, John Green, Clyde Riggins, Coach Paul Green, John Hill, and Virgil Green Auburndale; Tom Hornack, Frostproof; Elder Lorenzo Byrd, Minister Keith Cross Sr., and Truman McGill, Winter Haven ; Reverend Therious Axson, Minister Elder James Dawkins, Clifford Byrd, James Davis and Roy Calhoun, Polk City; Ernest Axson, Davenport ; Elias Diggins, Denver CO; and Johnnie Willis and Sherman Dickerson, Haines City Ma y the Lord bless and keep ea ch o f y ou today and evecy d ay Bartow Juneteenth Celebration Civic leaders and residents of the Bartow community are preparing for the annual Juneteenth celebration, an event that commemorates the end of slavecy and stems from the date in 1865 when slaves in Texas first learned that they had been set free from slavecy. The event will open on Friday, June 15th. An array of events, sponsored by the West Bartow Front Porch, is being planned which includes children's games and activities, jazz artists card and board games. Vendors and sponsors are welcome. For further information call West Bartow Front Porch at (863) 5331773 Talk To Shaw-Ntif Shaw-Ntif Talk wants to h ear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebra tions special events, birthdays, anni v ersaries, weddings famil y reunions etc with the rea dersh i p o f the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Ntif Talk by sending an e mail to : shawnuftalk@ y ahoo com or calling (863) 5138437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! 911 Call From Crello Dollar's Home Released PASTOR CREFLO DOlLAR ATLANTA -The Fayette County police department has released the 911 call in the Cretlo Dollar "simple battery, family violence and cruelty to children" case. In the recording, his 15-year old daughter calmly states that she's "scared and [doesn t] know what to do." "It was not the first time it's happened," said Lauren Dollar. She also reiterated that statement in the police report. Lauren also stated that he "punched and "choked her during the incident. Her sister, Alexandria, 19, confirmed her version of events in an initial report. NYPDOHicer Indicted For Killing Teen RAMARLEY GRAHAM NEW YORK --Richard Haste, 30, the NYPD officer who shot and killed unarmed Bronx teen Ramarley Graham in February of this year, has been indicted on manslaughter charges. Graham casually walk ing into his home before officers can be seen running behind him. They beat on the door, before eventually kicking it in, pursuing him to the bathroom where Haste killed him with one shot to the chest. "He had some weed on him," a family friend said. "It wasn't a big deal. They shot him inside the house. ... He didn' t have a gun." The fact that Graham was unarmed was later con firmed by police. llllll wants To Clean Georgia's Roads Via Program ATLANTA A Ku Klux Klan group is trying to join Georgia' s "AdoptA Highway program to clean up litter on a mile-long stretch of road, creating a quandary for state officials hesitant to acknowledge a group with a violent, racist past on a roadside sign The International Keystone Knights of the KKK applied last month to adopt part of Route 515 in the Appalachian Mountains. The Georgia Department of Transportation met with lawyers from the state Attorney General's Office on Monday to decide how to p r o ceed. The program enlists volun teers from groups and com panies .to pick up trash Each group that volunteers is named on a sign along the road it adopts. April Chambers the KKK group' s secretary, said she applied for the program to keep the scenic highway beautiful, not for publicity. Fla. Man Sets Mother 01 His Child On Fire BOYNTON BEACH, FL On Monday, N aomie Breton was doused with gasoline and set on fire by her ex-boyfriend and father of her 4-year-old son, Roosevelt Mondesir, at a 7Eleven in Boynton Beach, Florida The entire incident was caught on surveillance cam era. Breton suffered burns to her body and face, but is expected to recover, according to doctors at Delray Medical Center The two, who were living together and had separated, agreed to meet outside of a local 7-Eleven at 3 a.m. to exchange custody of their son Brenton .was pumpmg gas into her car when Mondesir pulled up. But the boy was not with him. Instead, he allegedly charged her with a machete and a can of gas. Breton ran into the 7-Eleven for safety, but Mondesir caught up with her. eun Leader Pleads GuiltV To Murdering Child, b DURHAM, NC -The leader of a Durham polygamist group has admitted murdering his ex-girlfriend and a young boy. Peter Lucas Moses pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of murder in the deaths of 4 -year-old Jadon Higganbothan and 28-year-old Antoinetta Yvonne McKoy. The plea will allow the 27year-old Moses to avoid the death penalty i n exchange for his testimony against others charged, including his mother, brother and sister. Higganbothan's mother is also charged. Prosecutors say Moses. shot the boy because he thought he was gay and then ADON ffiGGANBOTHAN And ANI'OINERTIA MCKOY killed McKoy because he feared she would tell police. Their bodies were buried in plastic bags behind a Durham house. Moses was a member of a religious sect known as the Black Hebrews, which believes it descends directly from the ancient tribes of Israel.

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Guy T 7902 N Mulberry St Tampa,33604 110696323 Duncan, lester l 5314 Martin ln Tampa,33611 119504878 Edgar, Demonteria 0 1314 W Spruce St APT 401 Tampa,33607 116204031 Elliott, Brandon E 3808 N 56th St APT 8 119596470 118816015 119632797 117494180 119477329 119498689 119594506 33510 119306316 Tampa.33616 119652074 Tampa.33625 110736977 Plant City.33566 115912808 2601 E 112th Ave 110994422 2612 W Saint louis St I B 110741748 6513 Diana Ct 110859797 Griffin JR. Freddie l 235 E Nordica St Tampa.33603 119441899 919 E 123Rd Ave APT A Tampa,33612 119466667 Tampa,33604 117838485 Tampa,33619 114250112 Apollo Beach.33572 116274015 Gibsonton ,33534 118235707 Tampa.33604 119594095 Harris, Robert l Tampa,33605 110952102 Hatcher. BarbaraJ 1317 E 149ThAVE lutz,33549 119480178 Henderson. 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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate cert i fied mail notice to v i olators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Mun i cipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on July 11, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below l i sted cases which are in violat ion of the City of Tampa Code Information li sted ..below describes the case number property owner(s) violat ion address code section violated, and legal descript ion of sub j ect property in that order. The hearing will be h eld in C i ty Council Chambers 3rd Floor City Hall 315 E. Kennedy B lvd., Tampa Flor ida. Affected property owners will be g i ven the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions r egard i ng these cases please call the Office of the C i ty C lerk at ( 813) 274-7286. Please note that i f any person dec ides to appeal any decis ion made by the Code Enforcement Hear i ng Master w i th respect to any matte r considered at the meeting or hearing they will need to ensure a verbat i m record of the proceedings i s made whi ch record includes the test i mony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE 11 23397 BRAVO MANUEL 0 2131 W SAINT JOHN ST., FL SECTIO NS: 19-233 & 1 9 1 9-46 19-49 & 19-50 BOUTON A N D SKI NNER S ADOITlON TO W ES T TAMPA LOT 21 BLOCK 11 AND S OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON NORTH 177541.0000 CASE 11233911 PEASE DAR IEN J SR. 8207 N OLA AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-5 A & B PURITY SPRINGS HEI GHTS NO. 1 LOT 4 BLOCK 11 1 00775 0000 CAS E 11 BOWEN, JOSEPH 851 9 N ASHLEY ST TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-49 MANOA HILLS SUBDIVISION LOTS 41, 42 AND 43 BLOCK 6 100001.0000 CASE M & M HOMES OF TAMPA LLC MOYA BONI F ACIO M-REQ AGENT W WALNUT ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-231 MA C FAALANE S REV MAP OF ADOITlONS TO WEST TAMPA 2 15 FT OF LOT 3 AND LOT 4 BLOCK61 1 79744.0000 CASE.12-ootl87 LANE, SUSAN 2114 W POWHATAN AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46 19-49 & 19-50 HAMNE R S MAJAOY B A ENMAH LOT7BLOCK 3 104403 0000 CASE 12..01113 DONALO SPtCZKA IREV RUST DATE 1-11 % CHARLES BERTMOLF TTE 1301 E EL PORTAL DR., TAMPA, F L SECTIONS: 19-26 & 19-49 WILMA LOT 85 & 66 & W CLOSED A LLEY ABUTTING ON E 1 01404 0000 CASE 12-o3744 SHELLEY RUTH M 8003 N OLA AYE. T AMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-47 19-49 & 19-233 PAAKVIEW ESTATE S REVISED PLAT OF LOT 16 BLOCK C 100890. 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletio Accepts w-.; VIsa. American And Debit Crda PJ ................... ,. VIa Phone TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS EXECUTIVE SEARCH SERVICES RFP NO. P-o1o-12 Notice is hereby given that the Tampa Port Authority Board of Commissioners is soliciting Request for Proposals Executive Search Services for the recruitment of the Port Director and Chief Executive Officer. The successful firm will coordinate a national and i nternational search for the new Port Director The Port Authority w ill accept sealed responses from interested firms until 1 : 00 p .m. Thursday June 28 2012 Responses received after that date will not be considered and will be returned. The Request for Proposa l s (RFP) package may be obta ined through a li nk on the TPA website (www.tampaport.com) and through the DemandStar System Questions concerning th i s RFP should be directed to Donna Casey Tampa Port Author i ty Procurement Office at (813) 905-5044 II TAX DEEDS II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhllt HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of the following certifica te h as tiled sa i d cert i ficate lor a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The certificate numbe r and yea r of I ss u ance the descrip tion of the property and t h e names in wh ich it w as assessed are as fo l lows : Folio No.: 077686.0000 File No. : 2012-593 CertHicate No. : 1980 1 9-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: COMM A T SE C O R O F SO UT H COVE P H 2/3 PB99 PG2 88 TH N N 00 DEG 1 1 M IN 14 S E C W 290.16 FT T O PC T O LEFT W / RAD 580 FT CB N 79 D E G 39 MIN 43 SEC E 160. 12 FTTO P TOF CURVE TO L EFT WIRAD 594 68 FT CB N 43 DEG 0 1 MIN 07 SEC E 100 53 FT THN N 37 DEG 30 MI N 24 SEC E 679. 87 FTTHN S 85 DE;G 26 MIN 4 1 SEC E 63 83 FT TH N N 16 DEG 45 MIN 22 SEC W 45.62 FT THN N 45 DEG 38 MI N 06 SEC W 1 8 57 FT THN N 13 DEG 44 M l 09 SEC E 2 1 .76 FT THN N 08 DEG 1 3 MIN 40 SEC W 99 20 FT THN N 30 DEG 28 M I N 25 SEC W 654 20 FT TO PC TO LEFT WIRAD 170 FT CB N 42 DEG 09 M I N 02 S E C W 68.81 FT THN N 53 DEG 49 MIN 38 SEC W 9 .18FT THNS37DEG 44MIN 36SECW788.34FTTOPTONELINEOF SOUTH COVE PH 2J3 AND CURVE TO LEFT WIRAD 470 53 FT CB N 84 DEG 56 MIN 22 SEC W 263 90 FT THN N 35 DEG 28 MIN 45 SEC W 563 46 FT THN S 54 DEG 31 M I N 1 5 SEC W 130 59 FTTHN N 35 DEG 57 MIN 45 SEC W 67.68 FT TO PC TO LEFT W/RAD 2180 FT CB N 40 DEG 29 MI N 48 SEC W 282.30 FTTHN N 44 DEG 12 MIN 32 SEC W 82 16 FTTHN N 38 DEG 27 MIN 52 SEC E 265 76 FT THN N 37 DEG 28 MIN 10 SEC E 533 56 FT TO POB THN S 52 DEG 31 M I N 39 SEC E 200 FT THN N 37 DEG 28 MIN 13 SEC E 498 19 FT THN N 40 DEG 20 MIN 06 SEC E 100.12 FT To PT ON BDRY OF WATERLEAF PH 1 PB111 PG80 THN N 37 DEG 28 MIN 21 SEC E 232 .07 FT TO PT OF CURVE TO LEFT W/RAD 235 FT CB N 07 DEG 49 MIN 01 SEC W 334 .01 FT THN N 53 DEG 06 MIN 23 SEC W 483 .01 FT TO PT ON B I G BEND RD THN S 38 DEG 36 MIN 06 SEC W 798 54 FT THN S 53 DEG 27 M I N 23 SEC E 200 FT THN ALG CURVE TO RT W/RAD 780 FT CB S 65 DEG 05 MI N 19 SEC E 314 .54 FTTHN S 33 DEG 35 MIN 11 SEC W 334 39 FTTO POB SEC lWP AGE : 10 31 20 SUbject To All OUt8tandlng TName(s) In which assessed: US HOME CORPORATION Said property being i n the County of H il lsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord i ng to law, the property described In such cert i ficate sha ll be sold to the h ig he s t bidder at the Jury 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Stree t, Tampa FL 33602 on the 2mb day of Ju!v 2012, at 10 AM (NOT I CE : P l ease cal l ( 813 ) 276 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated th i s DAY OF JUNE 2012 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA BY: TERESA L CLARK DEPUTY CLERK H you are a penon with a diNblllty who nMds any accommodation In order to partlc:lpMa In thla proceeding, you -entitled, at no coat to you, to the provlelon of cen.ln -ltance. P'-contact the Clelil'a ADA Coordinator 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. T81ftP11 Florida, (113) 27S-11 00 exwn.1on 4205, two (2) worldng days prior to the dele the ..vice Is nMded; H you'-lng or voice lml-lred, c.ll711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY t12 the holder of the follow ing certificate has fi led sai d certificate lor a tax deed t o be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names In which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 074748.5806 F il e No.: 2012 594 Certi ficate No. : 196835-09 Yea r o f Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: B LOOMINGDALE SECTION J TRACT MARKED R ECREATION AREA PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 56123 SEC TWP RGE: 123020 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name( s ) i n which assessed: SW SOUTHEAST HOLDINGS INC. DIANNA L WILUAMS TRUSTEE Sai d property being in the County of H illsborough, Stale of Florida Unless such certi ficate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described i n such certi ficate shall b e sol d to the h i g hest b idder at t h e Jury A u d itorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East T wiggs S treet T a m p a FL 33602 on the .2b day o f J u ly. 2012, at 10:00 A .M. (NOTICE: Please ca ll ( 813 ) 276-8100 ext 4809 to ver ify sal e location) Dated t h is !b. day of June. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk -If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain aaaletance. Pleaee contact the Clerk' ADA Coordinator, 801 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Fiorlda, (113) 27W100 extanelon 4205, two (2) wortdng dllyl prior to the date the MrVIce Is IIMded; If you '-lng or voice Impaired, call 711. II EMPLOYMENT II National Motor lub Now Accept ing Applications Online Or In Person For Full Or Part-Time Service Representatives Call (813) 389-0852 '11 :D 6 c z m .... .9' ..,; 0 .... N '11 r 0 en m z :::! z m r m c: r r z ., c m r u; :1: m c m < m -4 c m en c ,.. z c '11 :D -c C) m .... cp m

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..-0 N z ""') >-"' a: LL c a: LL c z c:r: c en w 1w > w c w l: en ::J m D.. z ffi .J .J m .J w z z w en a: 0 .J LL NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 1112 the holder of the follow ing certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in which i t was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 160404.0000 File No.: 2012 595 Cert i ficate No.: 208460-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property : W 100FT OF E 195FT OF S 1 / 4 OF SE 1 / 4 OF NW 'A OF NE 1/4 LESS STREET SECTWP AGE : 16 29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : ESTATE OF MAURICE DENNIS WALTON VERONICA DENISE BRYANT Sa id property be ing in the County of H illsborough, State of F lor ida Unless such cert i ficate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twig gs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 2tb day of J uly. 2012. at 10:00 A.M. ( NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale locat ion) Dated this tb day of June. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The C lrcuh Court Hillsborough County, Florida TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk H you are 8 perwon with 8 diNbllhy who needs any eccommodetlon In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain 8Mistence. PINM contact the Clerk's ADA cOordinator, 60 1 E Kennedy Blvd. Tempe Florida, (813) 278 8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the eervlce Is neecled; H you ere hMrlng or voice Impaired cell 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HILLSBOR O UGH COUNTY #12the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in which i t was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 060797 0000 File No.: 2012-596 Cert i ficate No.: 199737-1!9 Year of Issuance: 2009 Descrl ptlonof Property: W 100FT OF E 1050 FT OF N 100FT OF NW t / 4 OF SW 'A SEC TWP AGE : 06 1 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING T AXES Name(s) i n which assessed : FLORIAN L. BELES TRUSTEE Said property being i n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such ce rt i ficate shall be redeemed according to law, the property descr i bed in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditor iu m 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 26th day 9f July 2 012 at 1 0 ; 00 A ,M, ( NOTICE: Please call ( 813 ) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale l ocation). Dated thi s tb day o f J yne. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Clrcuh Court Hillsborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk H you ere person whh dlsebllhy who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certeln usletence. Pleeee contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tempe Florlde, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the eervlce Is needed; H you ere hMrlng or voice lmpelrild cell 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 1112 the holder of the following certificate has f i led said certificate for a tax de ed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which i t was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 081871.0000 File No.: 2012-597 Cert ificate No.: Year of Issuance : 2009 Descr iption of Property : THAT PART OF W 1/4 OF N E 1 / 4 OF NE 1 / 4 LYING S OF WALLACE BRANCH RD SE C TWP AGE : 24 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which asseseed: ROBERT R POLK Said property be j ng in the County of Hillsboroug h State of F lor ida U nless such certificate shall be redeemed according t o law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Auditor ium, 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 26th day of Julv...2012., at1 0 ; 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this tb day of J une. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Clrcuh Court Hill sborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk you .,. person with dlsebllhy who needs any eccommodetlon In order to participate In thle proc.-cllng, you ere entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain usletence. PleNe contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tempe Florlde, (813) 278-8100 extension 4205 two {2) working days prior to the date the eervlce Is needed; H you ere hMrlng or voice Impaired cell 711. II HOMES FOR SALE II 1!;;;;;;;11 II HOMESFOR RENT I I Near Busch Gardens 3 Bedroom/1 % Bath Home Plus 2nd Home 25 x 25 Eff i ciency Unit Plus Builder 140 x 50 Lot Great For K i ds Good For Seni or Living $450 00/Monthly Owner Finance Low Down Payment Average Cred it Need 640 Credit Score Only Qualified Need Call (813) 985-2299 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL w ADVERTISERS Condo 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Really N ice 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 Yar d Ceramic/Carpet No Pets WDH, CHA Section 8 (813) 949-3482 Sable Park Nice 3 Bedroom/1% Bath Single Wide Home CHA, WDH Rear Patio, Fenced $675 00/Monthly $675.00/Deposit (813) 21D-4339 Town-N-Country 6001 West Jean Street Newl y Remodeled 4/2 -Home CHA, Carpet Tile Section 8 OK $1200 00/Month l y $600.00/ Depos i t 813-22Q-3633 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) RFQ Neutral Host Distributed Antenna System No 12-534-018 Sealed responses fo r Neutral Host D i stributed 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 Ter m inal, 3rd Floor Blue S i de Tampa, Florida 33607 Solicitation documents and detailed requ i rements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www. tampaairport.com, Common Links Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations on June 8, 2012 US 41 Force Main Joelson-Taylor to Big Bend Road Bids due to QGS: June 26, 2012, prior to 9:00 AM Fax to 813-633-3745 or Email to dixie@qgsdevelopment.com Please contact Dixie Lamoureux at 813-6343326 or dixie@qgsdeve l opment.com for plans specifications and add i t i onal i nformation Project Scope: The project consists of the installation of approximately 6 ,110 LF of 8 force main alo n g US 41. The 8 forcemain is proposed to connec t to an existing 4 forcemain at the Joe lson Tayl o r Prope rty o n the west side of US 41; the forcemain is also proposed to connect to an existing 1 0 forcemain on the east s ide of US 41 south of the i ntersection of Big Bend Road. Work associated with the p r o j ect i ncludes Aggregates Clearing Conc r ete Erosion Control Excavation Hauling Hydroseeding Maintenance of Traffi c M illing, Paving, Pipe, Sod, Survey, Temporary F l ow Diversion Testing, and Construction Video HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JULY 3, 2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0237-0-2012/CK, WEBSENSE SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE AND HARDWARE **** Information these and other Requests for B ids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty org/procurementservices. Thi s is a H i llsborough County Governmental Purchas ing Counc i l B id. M i nority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportun i ty to participate in these matters and will not be subject to d i scrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national or i g in. 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.

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::D 6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 07-CA-009046 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 Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 18th day of May 2012 and entered in Case No 07-CA-009046, of the Circuit Court of the Thi rteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, Florida I will sell to the highest 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 following 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 claiming an interest in the surplus proceeds from the sale if any, other tha n the property owner as of the date of this Lis Pendens must file a claim within 6 0 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the prov i sion o f certain ass i stance Please 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 imm ediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled court appearance or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated this o f May 2012 I I PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK HOMES FOR RENT Orient Park 2307 North 54th Street Tampa, FL 33619 3 Bedroom/1 Bathroom $800.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 386-8049 Sulphur Springs Area Large 3 & 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Homes Fenced CHA $900.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 503-5321 II TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR. PROPOSALS EXECUTIVE SEARCH SERVICES RFP NO. P-01G-12 Notice i s hereby given that the Tampa Port Authority Board of Comm i ssioners is so li citing Request for Proposals Executive Search Services f or the recru i tment of the Port D ir ector and Chief Executive Off i cer The successful firm will coordinate a national and international search for the new Port Director The Port Authority will accept sealed responses from i nterested firms until 1 :00 p.m. Thursday, June 28 2012 Responses received after that date will not be cons i dered and will be returned The Request for Proposals (RFP) package may be obtained through a link on the TPA website (www.tampaport.com) and through the DemandStar System. Questions concerning this RFP should be directed to Donna Casey, Tampa Port Authority Proturement Office at (813) 905-5044. I I EMPLOYMENT II Seeking Motivated HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Classy Girls CIVIL SERVICE For New And Upcoming New Employment Carwas h Opportunities A Variety O f Ethnic DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS Backgrounds Wanted DISPATCHER TRAINEE 18+ Please (NON-STANDARD HOURS) Call (813) 464-1642 $28 286 ENVIRONMENTAL CODES Hiring licensed Stylist ENFORCEMEN T OFFICER And Barbers $33 ,69 6 North Florida/Fletcher GENERAL MANAGER I Must Have Clientele (CLASSIFICATION & Booth Rental And RECORDS) Commission Available $49,316 Recent Licensed Graduates GENERAL MANAGER Ill Encouraged To Apply (CUSTOMER SERVICE (813) 479-9999 & BILLING) $61, 110 General Office MANAGER (COURTS) Receptionist $40 ,768 Assistant Manager MANAGER EMERGENCY H i p Hop Atmosphere PLANNING (UNCLASSIFIED) Our Staff Is 18 -25 $64 189 We Have Fun At Work No Experience Necessary METER READER We Will T rain $22 235 (813) 374-8800 PARAMEDIC $32,418 The Kenny Rushing SENIOR CUSTOMER School Of Real Estate SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE Investing Is Hiring (RESTRICTED) $27 830 Real Estate T111marketlng Sal11 See our web site at Must Have Great _http://www.hccsb.org or v i sit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Salesmanship Skills Boulevard, 17th f=loor, Tampa, In House Lead Base FL. Preference in initial apt. High Pay-Outs will be given to eligible vets & Immediate Advancement eligible spouses of vets. Paid Training MAKE A DIFFERENCE! $24k$50k COllE WORK WITH USI Start Immediately An Affirmative Action Call Basla McMurray Equal Opportunity Employer At 81W75-7040 Extension 26 ANEEO Employer AVON Representatives Needed Earn$$$ Sell From Work Or Home $10 00 To Get Started General Information youravon.com/yburgess (813) 401-8900 II HOMES FOR RENT II 1708 East ldell Street Tampa, FL 33604 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Section 8 Welcome Call Nagi (813) 727-6782 Ybor City First Month Free 2 Bedrooni/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 II APTS. FOR RENT 2 And 3 Bedroom Apartments Really Nice Spacious Secure Lots More Must See Won' t Last Sect i on 8 OK Call (813) 960-8490 La Casa Mia 12301 North 11th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Only $580 00 Includes Water First Month Free With Security 813-971-Q341 II z m ..... .?' 1\) 0 ..... ,.., r-0 ::D g en m z ::t z m r-aJ c rrm ::t z "'0 c aJ r-en :J: m c m < m -4 c m en c )> z c c C) m 1\) -I ID

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Celebrating Dads .,; .,... c a: LL c z <( c en w ::::) > a: w > w c w :::1: en ::::i ID :::: A. z ffi .... .... :::: ID .... w z t= z w en C a: 0 .... LL Happy Father's Day KIM AND SMILEY DYR'IY DYIANA Any man can be a sperm donor, but it takes a real man to own up to his flesh and blood. So, for the rest of their lives, I'll play both parts. Happy Father's Day to me. Happy Father's Day OSCAR" AKA" BEAR Love, your wifey, Ms. Belton. You Deserve It! Happy Father's Day to a great father. You paid your dues! Enjo your day the world is yours! Love, Boss Lady 2 x's. Happy Father's Day KIMKEE Special Father' s Day goes out to you (Kimkee) for taking on another man's responsibility. We love you. Team: Stud daddies from kids and Smiley. The Parkers REJEANA AND JERALD Happy Father's Day, Jerald. Love always, your wifey, Rejeana. Happy Father's Day, Daddy JR., AND BRAELYNN We can't speak on anyone else' s behalf, but in our eyes you're the best dad any three kids can have and we wouldn't trade you for the world. We love you, Daddy. The Gilchrist kids. Happy Father's Day CARLETHOWAY Happy Father's Day to Tony Franklin a.k.a. Carletho. Happy that God brought you in my life. I hope you enjoy your day, bae. From Jasmine Rolfe, soonto-be-wife, family and kids. Happy Father's Day CHRISTIAN, ELVIS, JR., EVONTE, AND ELVIS, lll. We wish you a Happy Father's Day. You are the best dad in the world and you are always there for us when we need you. We wish to say congratulations on your new marriage. We wish you the best. From the Martin family children, Christian, Jean Octvia, Martin, mvis, Jerome Martin, m, and Evonte Jermari Martin.

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,. lr J< The Durdens Happy Father's Day 2 THEDARDENS No one is going to change my mind. Don't think twice, I've been looking for you all of my life. I love you, Paul, Happy Father's Day. Love, Lavari and the kids. Happy Father's Day TAVARES Happy Father's Day to the trillest daddy we know. Love, B. A., Git, Raji, and Shawn. It's Your Day, Bae BEZO AND TANISHA You took on responsibilities since day one and I respect you for that. I couldn't have chosen a better father for our kids and I would n t put you on a pedestal if you didn't deserve it, but in this case, you do so Happy Father's Day. I love you, Brandon, Tanisha. LOUIS AND DEBORAH WATTS Then Fourteen years, nine months, that's how long we have been hav ing this thing we have. Every moment hasn't been perfect, but still when it's perfect, it like we're the only two people that have something real. And I wouldn't go trading this love that we have, I love you just the way you are. So Happy Father's Day Daddy, love your wife and kids! And a special Happy Father's Day to my sons, Edward Dash and Alexander Jackson, and my brother-in-law, Antonio Watts. LOUIS AND DEBORAH WA'ITS Now Happy Father's Day Happy Father's Day SHOE I have a heart full of reasons to appreciate you. That's why now and forever, I love you. Happy Father's Day, Baby, Wifey. SAMG,JR. A shout out to my father and brother. I am so blessed to have you in my life. Love you, Tamara and Kolby 2012. z m ...a. U1 N 0 ...a. N ., r-0 :a C/) m z -t z m r-Ill c: r r m -t z ., c: Ill r-(i) :::1: m c m < m -t c: m C/) c ,.. z c ., :!! c Q m Co) I 0

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Celebrating Dads u; .... Q a: &&.. Q z c( Q en w :::) tw > w Q w :::1: en :::i I:D :::) a.. z lij ..J ..J :::) I:D ..J w z j::: z w en C a: 0 ..J &&.. Happy Father's Day Happy Father's Day The Boss And The Bossettes LD AND THE GIRLS Happy Father's Day to the world's greatest dad, from your four favorite girls, Qua, Maiah, Naih, and Zaria. We love you Daddy. NIJAHLEE ANDZARILEE Happy birthday and Happy Father's Day to the best father in the world, my daddy, "Nijah Lee." A girl couldn't ask for a better daddy; my daddy will climb the highest mountain for me, because I'm his First Lady, his Queen, his Diva. I love you daddy. Love, your one and only ZariLee. JIMMY BOGAN Happy Father's Day, son. Time is winding down, just continue to stay strong and look towards the hills from whence your help comes. Love, your mother, Gwen, and brother, Darren. Happy Father's Day LD AND JAIEDA Happy Father's Day to the most wonderful man a woman could ever have. Words can't explain how much you mean tome. As long as I have you, I don't need anyone else. I love you, bae, from your First La Happy Father's Day ANTHONY PARKS Happy Father's Day to my son, Amp. You are away, but not for long. Miss and love you very much .. Mom. Happy Father's Day, Anthony Bogan, Antonio Forbes, and Michael Parks. Happy Father's Day LARRY AND WOO Happy Father's Day. Love, Boss Hog. Happy Father' Day KILLER AND BOSS HOG Happy Father's Day to Ronnie and to all you all who know him. Just so you all know, he does for all "7" of his kids too%. Happy Father's Day LENNOX, TIP, LAY-LAY, LA-LA, ZA-ZA, AND MARIO We wouldn't trade you for the world because you are the best dad ever.

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Celebrating Dads Father's Day Greetings JEROME SCOTI, SR. To Jerome Scott, Sr., from family and friends, Happy Father's Day. Happy Father's Day BIZA-BO Happy Father's Day to my hubby, Derrick, Sr. I'm loving you more and more every day. Hugs and kisses from Ms. Underwood and kids. Happy Father's Day MS. MARIA AND TIP THE FAMILY Happy Father's Day to a wonderful man in our lives, we love you so much! Love always, Ms. Maria and Treasure. Together Forever McCall Family DON McCALL We've been through it all together. We've seen the ups and downs of life, and shared each other's lows as well as the highs ... And somehow, we've grown in understanding and matured through caring and commitment, too ... That's why with every passing day, I'm more and more in love with you. Happy Father's Day, Don McCall. From your wifey, Trina McCall and kids. Happy Father's Day We're fathers, too ... J(US)T VICTORIA AND ROMAINE I would like to take this time and wish my hubby a Happy Father's Day. We love you and miss you so much, so until we are together again, we will continue to carry you in our hearts. Love always and forever, your wife and kids. Happy Father's Day RICK What is real doesn't have to be said. #t Daddy of the Year. Love, Honest and Mya. Today Is Your Day! ROOSEVELT 'ROSE' MAUK, ZANIYAH, ROBERT, AND TRISHA And I must say you wear this day everyday! You are a wonderful father to your 3-Pack and the man of my heart! I love and appreciate the person you are and the things that you dol Love you and Happy Father's Day from wife and the kids. "Three years down, a lifetime to go!" c.. c z m .... .P' N C) .... N ., r 0 :!! en m z z m r ED c r r m :::! z ., c: ED r c;; m c m < m c: m en c )lo z c ., :::0 6 C') m U'l I 0

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Celebrating Dads .,; c a: LL c z w c w :::r:: (/) :::i m ::J D. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m ..J w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ..J LL Happy Father's Day ES1YLE, POOSIE, AND NOODlE Happy Father's Day to the best dad ever {Bogetti). We love you Dad, enjoy your day. MARQUIS AND KESSE Happy Father's Day, keep your head up. God has your back, no matter what. Remember, He won't put more on you than you can bear. Love, Makayla, Mrs. Newsom and family. Happy Father's Day JIMMY BOGAN Daddy, we would like to wish you a warm and loving "Happy Father's Day." We love you. Your boys, Jay and Lil "JB." Happy Father's Day LENNOX AND TIFFANY Happy Father's Day, Bae, I love you so much. Love, Wife. Happy Father's Day EDWIN GAY You are the oldest of 9 children born to Bennie Hines. Thanks for being our oldest brother and also like our father. Coming from Marva, Viv, Teresa, Ellen, David, Johnny, Jerry, and Terry. It is time we show you we love yonHappy Father's Day from all of us Happy Father's Day TEAM US Happy Father's Day to us once again. The greatest gift in the world is to be a single parent and still holding your kids down without a man. Happy Father's Day TODASHI GREEN AND MIGUEL ROBINSON, SR. It's true what you see is what you get. We have our ups and downs, but we always seem to come around so therefore, we are always going to hold it down. Anyone can call himself a daddy, but it takes a real man to step up and be a Father, and that's just what he's doing. Happy Father's Day, Baby, from the kids and me. Happy Father's Day YANCEY POLLOCK, JR. Happy First Father's Day, Baby, when I count my blessings, I thank God twice Love, your wife, Jeanine and your son, Yancey, II (Tre). Happy Father's Day SHAWN, CHRIS, BOO, WOO, AND RONNIE Ms. Renee, Happy Father's Day to all Qf my real brothers and real fathers, and Happy Mother's and Father's Day to the woman in our lives, she's the one that plays daddy and mama. Love, Boss Hog Happy Father's Day KiLLER, BOSS HOG, BOO, AND BLACK BOY Happy Father' s Day to my brothers. Love, Boss Hog.

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Celebrating Dads Happy Father's Day WOO AND NIQUE Happy Father's Day to Woo, my Big Brust too% a father. Love, Boss Hog. Happy Father's Day COWBOY AND COW COW Happy Father's Day, Daddy. Love, your son, Lil Boss Hog. Happy Father's Day JAMAL Happy Father's Day to Jamal. Happy Father's Day QUANG. Happy Father ts Day to our daddy. We miss you. Love from your Princess, Glymp, King Glymp and Prince Glymp. Happy Father's Day COWBOY AND KAT Happy Father's Day to Boss Hog, one of the real fathers in the game. Happy Father's Day CLARENCE HOPSON Clarence Hopson, you are a great dad! Love, Beulah. Happy Father's Day JERI' ANNA AND STANKA Happy First Father' s Day, Daddy, can't wait to grow up so we can hang out. Love you, Jeri' Anna. Happy Father's Day NATHANIEL HOLDER AND ZENOBIA HARPER To the man that makes my life complete, Nathaniel Holder. From your lady, Zeno bia. Also, Happy Father's Day to my two sons, Bruce and Ricky Walton. From Mom. Happy Father's Day WILLIE BO AND WIZ Happy Father's Day Dad, you're the best even from across the miles. Love, Wtz and Keyonn. Last Of A Dying Breed B.G.CHRIS Happy Day LILRONNIE :< c.. c z m .... ,91 N 0 .... N ., r 0 :a en m z -1 z m r ID c: r r m ::! z -a c: ID r c;; X m c m < m -1 c: m en c ,.. z c ., :!! c Happy Father's Day, Bae Love, Mrs. Canty, known as Tamara and kids. We miss you and can't wait until you get home! Happy Father's Day, son, we love and miss you. Love, Say Say, Big Ronnie, :g Ron'nae, Veeta Chug, Lexy, C) Tony, Grandma, Dae Dae, m Tremoni, Anthony, III, and ";'' L.Al_. _______ __, j 0

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Happy Father's Day TEAM US VICKIE AND HERMAN HUDLEY Happy Father' s Day to my husband of 23 years, still standing strong. Vickie Hudley. a: u. c z c( c tn w ::l tw > w c w l: tn ::::i m ::l 0. z i= w ..J Happy Father's Day 1 URSULA McALLISTER My baby son is coming home, you better be li eve it! To al l my sons, Happy Father s Day and also to Calvin and Engram. m ...J w z i= z w tn C a: 0 ..J u. Happy Father's Day TAE, DADDY, AND DJ w i David Smith 53433018; FCC #1 P 0. Box 1033; Coleman, FL, A; 3SP1 Happy Father's Day KENDRICK AND TOOLE'ITE Happy Father's D a y, Baby. Happy Father's Day LLOYD SESLER God gave u s the greatest gift we ever bad, God gave us the friend in the fonn of a Dad. Father' s Day wishes for a dad who is one in a million. From wife, your children, grandchildren, and great grands. .Happy Father's Day JACK Anyone capable of makinx babies could be a daddy. It takes a real man to be a father. Love, your ldds and family. Happy Father's Day MAINE You deserve to be honored year round for the blessing you have been to your family. You put your family first to insure our happiness. We thank you for being a part of our lives. Love, your wife and kids. He's My Daddy MYAANDSAM It's not a day goes by that I don't think about you. Then at the same time, I know it's a day closer until you come home. Happy Father' s Day, I miss you. Daddy's Little Girl. Happy Father's Day Happy Father's Day, Baby W e love you. Vonnie And Gen VONNIE AND GEN THE TAYLORS What more can I say, you are a star. God blessed me with you to complete.me. Thank you for helnx the man I know you are wonderful father and huaband. Love always, Gen.

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Celebrating Dads =a Happy Father's Day JAMES TAYLOR Still standing, much love. Chip and Denise. My Daddy NINI OZVIA, SR., AND OZVIA, JR. Happy Father's Day, Daddy. We love you and miss you very much Love always, Daddy's babies. I'm My Brother's Keeper JANAE, TONYROZAY ANDCYNCERE TONYROZAY AND JAMAR, JR. To my one and only brother, wishing you a Happy Father's Day! Even though you irk my nerves, I love you to death! your day Brus, love .Janae. P. S. Your time is coming up November I BEEP! Happy. Happy Father's Day 2 Father's Day JUSTIN T. HENRY Daddy, thanks for being such a loving and caring fa ther. Love you! Juscinya "Cinya" Henry. Son, you're such a blessing and I thank God for you. Love you! Mom, Mrs. Rilla Henry-DeLain. Happy Father's Day WALTER JOHNSON Behind every good man is a great woman and family that loves him! We miss you! Mrs. Rhonda .Johnson, Walter, Sr., Momma .Joyce, children, family and friends. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: MJ;!L, JALEYIAH, CHRIS, AND DA'NIAH I want to wish a Happy Father's Day to my husband and brother-in-law. May God bless y 'all to see many more years. Happy Father's Day A.C.BWCKER Pops, we love you. Clevetta and Joan and Cleveland, Marvin, and the rest of the family. r Happy Father'sDay JAIEYIAH, CHRIS AND DA'NIAH Happy Father's Day from your daugbter and niece. We can't wait until you come home. ...... 1\) 0 ...... 1\) "11 r-0 en m z -1 z m r-aJ c: r r m :::! z c: aJ c en :t m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c "11 :D c

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i Celebrating Diids--w z :::::: .., > a: LL 0 0 ,.... J., A.J., BO, ROCK, AND MERK Best Father Ever! ERIC WEST, AKA POUND, AND HIS ANGElS E 'MARIONWEST, AND E'YANA WEST Anyone can be a dad, but it takes a real man to be a father. Happy Father' s Day, Boo thang! I love you, Ms. Tee Tee. Tbe family and friends love and miss you. SOTA, BO, BILLY, TOMM, J., AND MIKE w ,_ _______ s_KE_E_T_,_REV __ ._,_P_o_P_, _n_READ __ ,_J_B_I_RD_,_T_o_oo_,_n_,_B_o_,_R_O_M_E_,_B_I_RD_,_M_E_RK __ P_O_P_,_n_J_,_AND __ MI_KE __ '------------'

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... Celebrating Dad B Happy Happy Father's Day Greetings AND QUET FREDDIE JERMAINE ALLEN Remembering Dad Happy Father's Day JOHN McALLISTER Husband It has been 4 years, 6 months. I miss you and think of you every day. Your wife, Jessie McAllister. Happy Father's Day LYNWOOD WILLIAMS 6-2-54 --3-22-12 Missing you, Lynwood, surely heaven had no problem receiving you. God bless us all as you would say. Love, mom, Kathy, Keandre, Shavonne, Hertel, Carrie, Carrie Ora, and the Williams Family. In Loving Memory Of MELVIN ROLFE To an awesome husband, father, son, brother, and friend, Bae, you are -truly missed. The day you left was the worst day of my life. It hasn't gotten easier missing you, but I know it will soon. I love you. You will always be in my heart and truly missed. .,. Loving wife and kids. Happy Father's Day. FREDDffi AND FAMILY Happy birthday and Happy Father's Day to niy wonderful husband! The girls and I are blessed to have you in our lives! We love you, wife, Quet and the girls. dall da a addJ PROVIDER e?UWU#C(g&nent strong::LOVIRG hero hero heni COMFORTING ARM 6mLte pati ent IHSPIR2 u dentandl HARD WORKING tltatdl/''" Happy Father's Day ARTHUR MILLER We thought of you with love today; but that is nothing new. We thought about you yesterday and the days before that, too. We think of you in silence, we often speak your name. Now all we have are memories, and your pic-ture in a frame. Your memory is our keepsake with which we'll never part. God has you in His keeping, we have you in our hearts. Happy Father's Day, love, Helen, Marilyn, Jerome, Ricky, and all your _grandchildren and great grandchildren. c.;. c z m .... Cll --'11 r-0 :::D 6 ,.. (/) m z -t z m r-m c r rz c: m r-u; ::1: m c m < m -t c: m (/) c ,.. z c '11 c

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Nr---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Remembering Dad .n 'P"' w z ::::: .., >' C( c a: lL c a: lL c z c( c tn w ::::: .... > a: w > w c w tn :J m ::::: a. z t= w ..J ..J ::::: m ..J w z t= z w tn c( c a: 0 ..J lL 0 I N 'P"' Happy Father's Day Happy Father's Day, R.I.P. We love you and miss you. Renea,)U}ne,grands,greatgrands,great,great grands and great, great, great grands. Happy Father's Day JAMES N. SIMMONS, SR. August 15, 1949 --November 29, 2010 There's no Happy Father's Day without you. Greatly loved and missed by your wife, Evelyn, children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Loving Memories On Father's Day CHARLES MORRIS 3/6/2006 "My Daddy," On Father's Day and always I love and miss you so. You are not far away, for memories keep you close. Love, Jessica and family. Precious Memories MR. GEORGE CHAPMAN 5/8/41--2/28/96 Happy Father's Day to a loving father and devoted husband. The First Cangil (Mosaic) Company to drive one million miles with no accidents, wow. The Poinciana Nutrena Feed Company named the Entrance George Chapman Av-enue. You're deeply missed and remain in our thoughts daily. We love you! Remembering Papa Fred Happy Birthday June lOth, Happy Father's Day FRED HUTIO, JR. If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, we would walk right up to heaven and bring you home again. Fred Hutto, III, Marquarn, Jeff, Talya, Vanessa, Johnniemae, J ocarious, Nicholos, Isaiah, Destiny, Marquise, and LaMar. Happy Father's Day MELVIN JAMES HARDRICK PULL PHOTO FROM 6/10/11 We will miss you tending the grill again this year. Grilling was a tradition with us and all the kids and grands. We miss you. Loving wife, MariLouise, children, and grandchildren. Thinking Of You On Father's Day ROBERT WALKER, JR. September 3, 1930 --January 2, 1992 Memories of you are forever close. Your smile, quiet strength, your love and jokes. These things will carry me my whole life through as on this Father's Day and always I'll be thinking of you. Love, your baby daughter, Kim.

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Remembering Dad :!! c flappy Father's Day I miss and love you, R.I.P. Denise. Happy Father's Day Happy Father's Day HENRY Sleep on, Henry, take your rest. We will see you on that great getting up morning. Happy Father's Day, love family. MR. ANDREW B. JAMISON Tears have dried, joy has come knowing that you are not suffering anymore and you are resting with our heavenly Father. You are gone, but never forgotten. Happy Father's Day from Tony Franklin, Sr., Tony Franklin, Jr., Deborah Jamison, Jasmine Rolfe, Daniel Jamison, and Clary Jamison. Happy Father's Day HERMAN RICHARDSON Daddy, 16 years sometimes it feels like yesterday. You will always be missed, loved, and remembered. Your children. Happy Father's Day GARFIELD JACKSON, JR. My dear husband, you are not only missed on Father's Day, but everyday. Your wife, Annie P. Jackson, and 7 children. Happy Father's Day BARRY KEATON Sunset: April19, 2008 Happy Father's Day to Barry, coming from your mother, Betty, and family and kids. We all miss and love you. We will never forget you. Happy Father's Day WILLIE JAMES "FRANK" FRANKLIN You are missed by everyone, waiting to see you again so you can cook those good collard greens. From the Franklins. Happy Father's Day WEST HUDSON Sunset 8-20-79 What a mighty man you were for carrying out your responsibility, having raised your 12 children. Love, Hudson and Tyler Families In Memoriam Of Ou. r F:ather, Elbert Wimbley, Sr., On Father's Day ELBERT WIMBLEY, SR. Sunset on May 13, 2011 Gone is the face we loved so dear, silent is the voice we loved to hear; too far away for sight or speech, but not too far for thought to reach. Sweet to remember my dad who once was here, and even though absent, is just as dear. Love and miss you: your children, grandchildren, and family. c.. c z m r 0 :!! c en m z :::j z m r;a:J c r r !!I z 'tJ c a:J r c;; ::J: m c m < m -4 c m en c z c ::tJ c ..... c.,) I 0

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wr-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Celebrating Dads N .. __________________________________________________________________________________________ __ .,; .... w z :::l -, c a: I.L c I.L c z 4( c en w ;:::) w > w c w J: en :::i a1 ;:::) ,a. z tu ..J ..J ;:::) w z t= z w en a: 0 ...I I.L 0 I .... w CJ Single Dads Share More Than Bloodline BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Oftent ime s, the lives of some family members seem to mirror each other. In some instances, they even experience the same things at the same time This is the case with Tampa brothers, Vmcent Campbell and Willie Campbell, III. Both men are single parents, entrepre neurs, and ministers. The duo are the only off spring of Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Frances) Camp0 Monday -Thursday 7:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Friday 7:00A.M. 9:00 P.M. Saturday 8:00 A.M. 9:00 P.M. Sunday 8:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. 30% OFF BREAKFAST, LUNCH OR DINNER W/AD "IIIP DJ HIIU H J UUI Ul:llliiUU:I ruuu Hl nr:lii:/J:IIUII n llir:S (813) 402-2913 Soul Food Restaurant 10200 N. 30th St. 1 Block North Of Linebaugh SouHood Everyday Breakfast Lunch & Dinner Offering Collard Greens, Yellow Rice, Potato Salad, Com Bread, Fried Chicken, Fried Pork Chop, ChiUins, Fried Fish, Fried Shrimp, Cuban & Dell Sandwiches & Fried Lobster Talis bell and both are assistant ministers at Embassy Inter national Christian Center. They are also graduates of Hillsborough High School. Willie, 37, is self-em ployed as a Computer Tech nician. As an entrepreneur, he has the opportunity to at tend conferences and some of the functions his children may be involved. Willie is the fat her of four children Daveen, 17, Jordan, 15, Tia, 11, and 7-year-old Justin. He was by no means a stranger to fa therhood but his experience was one of having two par ents. WILLIE CAMPBELL, III He obtained custody of his two younger children after a divorce. I was not re ally prepared for being a sin gle parent It's a lot easier when you re married," he said. However, for the last year, he has learned a lot about parenthood. One of the most obvious, "You can't treat them all the same. You have to realize that each child has his or her own personality." Willie describes himself as somewhat of a flexible parent most of the time. However, when it comes to their education, his children know that school is impor tant. "Some things I'm strict about, and school is one of them. If they don't pass, it s my fault. They are not going to do their best unless you're on top of things. VINCENT J. CAMPBELL As for single parenthood, Willie's advice to others is, "It's challenging, but keep your head up and have an idea in mind of how you want your children to be be cause what you produce is what you get." His brother, Vincent's journey into single parent hood came about suddenly. He and his wife, the late CATERING IS ALSO AVAILABLE ... "EVERY FRIDAY" FISH FRY 1UBDAY -111JRSDAJ 11:30A.M. -8:30P.M. FRIAY-SATURDAY 11 A.M.-9 P.M. SUNDAY 11 A.M. 7 P.M. CLOSED MONDAY Janice Campbell had a daughter, and she was pregnant with their second child Two weeks after Jonathan was born, his wife died. Vmcent, 34, sud denly found himself raising a 2-year-old daughter and a newborn son. "The challenges of raising a newborn were new to me. I really had to learn about programs such as WIC and Head Start, which helped a lot. I'm doing a lot better but it was a challenge at first. "I've always been in the youth industry as a mentor. But fatherhood is a whole different ballgame, he said. Vincent describes him self as a kind of "laid-back but disciplined type father." For him, each day is a learn ing experience. Both men credit their parents with helping them when possible. Vincent said, "The only way you can really make it, is through the help of God, and his brother agreed. Vmcent works 40 hours a week, and when time al lows, he spends time repair ing computers and creating graphic designs. .

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We Salute You ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 Tampa's West Point Graduate ; m Promoted To Lieutenant Colonel LTC Manhanna M. Bain Gipson's children, Tyra, Tyshae and Anthony pinned on the insignia Parents, Patricia Bain and Ezekiel Bain and her husband, Tyrone Gipson assisted with putting on her jacket. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor In the 1991 Graduation and Careers Edition of the Sentinel, an article on the front page announced that a Hillsborough High graduate was headed to West Point. She graduated #3 in her class of 376 and was Battalion Commander of the JROTC at Hillsborough. Even at that time she was making history, becoming the first African American and first female to receive the Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for achievement. Marshanna Bain went on to West Point on the rec-ommendation of Congressman Sam Gibbons. The Director of G u idance Opportunities Reaching YOU CAMP GLORY SUMMER PROGRAM NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ONLY $45 PER WEEK! WWW.GLORYCDC.ORG 1301 S. 78TH STREET CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION (813) 443-4684 Major Gipson takes the oath of office. Lieutenant Colonel Gipson with her immediate family: Ezekiel Bain, Patricia Bain, Tyra, Tyshae, Anthony and Tyrone Gipson. LTC Gipson with several of her family members: husband, parents, children; siblings, Melissa PetersQn, Elizabeth Anderson, Maquesha Bain and Dr. Rashondra Levarity, all of Tampa; Dr. Olivia Shepherd, cousins, Warren Dorsett, wife and children, all of Tampa; several other relatives and friends. LTC Gipson is the granddaughter of the late Roosevelt and Frances Baker. Admissions gave her a graduation date of 1995. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. Her military career spiraled upward, taking her from Second Lieutenant a8 a West Point graduate, to Major in 2005. On May 11, 2012, a Promotion Ceremony was held to honor Major Marshanna Bain-Gipson who was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. The ceremony was held at the United States Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Her sister-in-law, Bonita Stocker sang the National Anthem and her minister, Pastor Freddy Clark gave the invocation and benedic tion. Military remarks were made by Colonel Keith Reventlow. LTC Gipson has received numerous military awards. She is married to Tyrone L. Gipson and they have 3 children: Anthony, a grad uate student at the University of Alabama, Huntsville; Tyshae, 11 and Tyra, 6. Tickets Adults$35 Children$"15 Contact B. Berry, ata irperson P O Box 11981 Ctl/lulfFIIJfate FullldntMen WhoCook! 0.. 100 Min tDm a:t11$1lhl TllllfJI &, IINI#IfltWifJ lhtJ/r/JIIl dl/ll$ IDIITIMIIB !fllllilllllbtJds... s.t. Ptrt, Umb Food. Plsla, ._, Pllt, Coal'fls, iJfrJIIH6, ,... klil ,. FfiJt Plndt, CtJifN, l
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Out On The Town .................................................................................................... ... Zapp Band Performs '"") >-"' Last Friday, Zapp performed before a packed house at Celebrity 's. Not only did they perform some of their greatest hits, but a special moment of silence was observed for their brother, If Roger Troutman. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) c a: u. c z < c (/) w ::I ..... w > w c w :I: (/) :::i m ::I Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::I m ..J w z i= z w (/) C a: 0 ...J u. 0 I CD The Zapp band brings back memories with old school classics. From left to right: Jarred Reed, Jamon Cox, and Jinuity had V.I.P. status for the Zapp show at Celebricyts. Double Decker lounge Returns Rising from the ashes like a phoenix is the Double Decker Lounge, and favorite spot for Tampa s more mature crowd. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Look for Tomaz at the Double Decker. Queen Diva was all smiles as she enjoyed the evening. Willie C. made sure he didn,t miss the fun at the Double Decker. Celebrity,s Club Manager Freddie Shellman (left), Jestina Cox and Zapp band member, Shaun, had a great time. S ylvia Balling. Singing DJ, Floyd Joy, was in the house at Celebricyts to see Zapp. AI and Juanita had a great time listening to Zapp. Father of the bride, Darryl Johnson and daughter, Kassidy Johnson were at Celebrity,s and enjoyed listening to Zapp. Patricia and Reggie Tolbert were among the crowd at the Double Decker. Larry and Kim at the Double Decker.


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