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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area < Q a: 0 ....1 LL SEE PAGE 3 A VOL. 67 NO. 78 FRIDAY MAY 18 2012 52 PAGES 75 Church Communitv Preparing For 3rd 'Pentecost Service' SEE PAGE 9-A longshoreman Killed In Crane Accident At Port SEE PAGE 3-A Man Arrested For Murder 01 His Father SEE PAGE 23-A GREATER TAMPA CHAPTER OF JACK AND Jill HONORS GRADUATING SENIORS The Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack And Jill, Inc. celebrated the soon to be high school graduates and their moms during its Black Family Day celebration that took place Sunday, May 6 at the Glazer Children's Museum. Nearly 200 Jack and Jill family and friends came out to honor the 11 graduating seniors, who are all heading off to colleges across the country this fall. Anlong those in attendance were the Greater Tampa Jack And Jill Teen Executive Board: front row, Marcolm Banks, Jereth Kirkland, Tariq Sharieff, Michelle Dupree, Christian Benson, Jonathan Rhodes, Curtis Thomas and Nolan Padgett. Second row, Mrs. Shelia Padgett teen sponsor; Lauren Holmes, Jaren Guzman, Lea Estrill, Gianna Rhodes, Imani Berrien, Tyra Johnson, Houston Griffin, Erin Coleman and Brooke Parker. Third row, John Holmes, Corrine Moriarty, Kayla Stephens, Kaori Provine, Jacqueline Blossom, Morgan Bennett, Camille Benson, Alana Nelson, Alec Estrill, Ciara Holloman and Mrs. Tamara Estrill-Lett. Fourth row, Jordan Guzman, Aaron Keith, Christopher Collins, Jon Kyle SIDith, Eric Davis, Cameron Padgett, Silneon Hill, Nahum Hill and Miles Hood. See story, additional photos on Page 1-C. (Photograph by Ishmon Johnson)


iij Features co Protest Filed For Countv Contract Award Todd Pressman, who represents Pepper Contracting Services, Incorporated, has filed a formal protest with the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners. At the basis of Pressman's complaint was the awarding of a contract for work on the Gornto Lake Road extension project in Brandon. Pressman said a contract was awarded to the lowest bidder, QGS Development, but they didn't meet the required DM/DWE require ment. "It is the policy of the BOCC that DM/DWBE's have the maximum opportu nity to participate on county projects," said Pressman. >-"The contractor to whom 'C award of the solicitation is e made shall take all necessary fE and reasonable steps to c ensure that DM/DWBE's have the maximum opportu>nity to participate in the conIC tract." Pressman said QGS Development was not tresponsive to this policy. fj: According to records, w t:i Q w C/) FREE Consultation* COMMISSIONER LESMILLER Pepper Contracting submit ted a bid of $4,019,062 for the project, and achieved 20.58% of the required DM/DWBE goal. QGS Development's bid was $3,949,000, but they only achieved 896 of the DM/DWBE goal. "I think the process is flawed," said Pressman. "What the county does is require all of the bidders to complete a Good Faith Efforts Questionnaire Evaluation. If they score well on that form, it doesn't mat ter whether they have met ::::i ll'l ::) Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 &13 a.. z tu ..I ..I ::) ll'l ..I w z i= z w C/) Child Support Probate & Wills Guardianship Personal Injury lmigration 'F-1n1t111t Consutt.tion REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. KMnl otuntelll Altomey At Uw 109 N Tampa, FL33a (813) 264-8717 ftll Mrina of a Ia.,.., l e IMpOrtut UWit UMII aot IN ....... NMI)' e4v.ru.e .. r.\a a..tOt 1C* 6M:-.d, _. ue to uM ;o.t Flltlli wrttt.ft eMit aiWI ,.tMM-e! c( Q a: 0 ..I LL Don't For:get Your Loved One the DW /DWBE goal or not. That's how QGS was still able to get the contract although they didn't meet the required minority participation goal." Commissioner Les Miller said the contract has not been awarded and County Administrator, Mike Merrill, is reviewing it. "I agree that the company that was awarded the con tract didn' t meet the MBE standard. The process has been changed and there is a good-faith questionnaire that they have to complete. "Our staff is checking this out, and we're trying to see how this can be rectified. This is a very critical project, and we will make it right." Comm. Miller said he doesn't have an exact time table on how long the process will take, but he does expect a decision will be made within a week. "It's standard procedure to hold up a contract once a protest has been made." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, and can be e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. Outdooor Jazz Concen Comes To Blake High School Howard W. Blake High School's director of Marching and Jazz Bands Carmen M. Griffin, is announcing a "Night Of Jazz at Blake High School's Riverside Courtyard. The concert will begin tonight (Friday) at 7 p.m. and will feature Jeffrey Rupert and a special appearance by Blake alumni, Shevonne Philidor, coming off an appearance on America's Got Talent. There will be barbecue and other foods, and since this is an outdoor event, patrons will need to bring lawn/beach chairs, blankets and other items to make themselves comfortable Three Men Indicted For $11.5 Million Tax Fraud On Tuesday, members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation descended on a home in Riverview. Once there, they arrested one man and seized evidence. The raid was the result of a Federal grand jury indict ment that accused the home owner and two others with a variety of conspiracy and fraud charges related to their alleged scheme to prof it from fraudulent income tax claims. According to the U. S. Attorney's Office, Tampa residents Osama Mahmud Mustafa, a.k.a. "Sam Mustafa," 49, Khaldoun Khalil Khawaja, a.k.a. "Tony Khawaja," 48, and Muawia Khalil Adbeljalil, of Roanoke, Virginia, were indicted. Osama "Sam" Mustafa lived at the Riverview home the FBI raided. They were each charged with one count of conspiracy to defraud the Internal Revenue Service, to receive fraudulent Treasury checks, to commit wire fraud and to structure currency transac tions, one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and one count of conspirac y to commit money laundering. Additionally, Abdeljalil was charged with nine counts of bank fraud, five counts of making a false statements for the purpose of influencing a financial institution and 19 counts of structuring financial trans actions to avoid currency reporting requirements. The indictment alleges that the men purchased fraudu lent income tax return checks and checks issued for Refund Anticipation Loans and then presented those fraudulent checks for pay ment at financial institutions in the Western District of Virginia, the Middle District of Florida and elsewhere In all, they are accused of fraudulently depositing more than $17.5 million by using the scheme. BARBARA 1. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax: (813)960-0641 The hiring of a l"'}'tr is an unponant deci&ion that should not bo based solely upon ad.vetli:Jemc:nb. Before: you decide.ask tt$ to sc:ad you fiee wri.Ua1 infoonatloo about our uahftcaUOO$ Md e WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The h1nng of a lawyer i s an important deci S ion t hat should not be based solel y upon advertisements. Before you tlecide, as. us to send:you FREE written mformatton about quahf1cal!ons and expenence! -


eatures Inmate Accused 01 Trvinu To File Tax In Murder Vlcdm's Name JASON JAMAR WHITFIELD Earlier this month, offi cials at the Hillsborough County Jail learned that an inmate had divulged infor mation to file fraudulent tax returns. Upon further inves tigation, police learned that one of the people was the in mate s alleged murder vic tim. According to police, deputies learned that Jason Jamar Whitfield had al legedly provided the per sonal identification information of four people to someone outside of the jail. He also provided the person with specific instructions on how to go about filing fraud ulent tax returns in the vic tims' names. Police said Whitfield, 27, told the person exact amounts to enter on the IRS form and that the informa tion would fall in line with standard deductions and would generate a tax return check. After learning about the telephone conversation, deputies conducted an inves tigation and learned that one of the victims was deceased. The deceased person was 26-year-old Michael Massaline. Massaline was shot Oct. 24, 2011, while in the 2200 block of 131"1 Ave. Deputies who responded to shots fired in the area, dis covered Massaline lying in the yard between two du plexes. He had been shot in the upper body. Massaline died at Tampa General Hos pital. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office investigated the murder, and arrested Whitfield on charging him with second degree murder. Whitfield has been in jail since he was arrested in Osceola Co. His bond on the murder charge was set at $500,000. Jail records show that Osceola Co. has placed a hold on him, preventing him from bonding out of jail. Since the discovery of the tax fraud scheme on May 3nl, Whitfield has been charged with 4 counts of fraudulent use of personal information. The trial on the murder charge is set for later this year. Sheriff David Gee has placed increased emphasis on criminal activity based at the jails. He has placed spe cific emphasis on combating tax fraud at the jails. Beaconlight & Fraternal Supplies "#1 Bay Area One Stop Shop" Sis. Julia J. Folks, NR Owner 1909 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 Box 290917-Tampa, 33687 General M embership Meeting Saturday, May 26, 2012 1 0:00 a.m.-12 Noon Tampa Park Plaza 141 7 Tampa Park Plaza -Tampa Please RSVP by May 18, 2012 Cell Membership app l icat i ons will be available at the meet ing. Refreshments will be served RSVP: tobamember@gmail.com or visit our website: www.toba-networX.org TOBA is a vibrant organization with a vision to impact and improve the African-American community. To make this vision reality We need you! longshoreman Killed In Crane Accident It Pon BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A tragic accident at a Florida Port has left a Tampa longshoreman dead. The accident took place around 9 a.m. Monday at Port Manatee in Manatee Co. According to a press re lease from the Manatee Sheriffs Office, Mr. Robert "Dooley" Dixon, Jr., 48, was part of a crew of long shoremen unloading ba nanas from a ship. Dixon was reportedly walking across a loading area when he was pinned beneath a 5,500-lb. crane basket. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The Manatee County Sheriffs Office is investigat ing the accident and bas contacted the Occupational Safety and Health Adminis tration (OSHA) in reference to Mr. Dixon's death. A Tampa native, Mr. Dixon was the son of Robert Dixon, Sr., and the late Mrs. Betty (Thornton) Mack. He grew up in the Central Park Village Housing Complex. After graduating from Robinson High School in 1985, Mr. Dixon continued his education at Hillsbor ough Community College. MR.ROBERT"DOOLEY" DIXON, JR. His wife, Mrs. Antoinette Dixon, said Mr. Dixon attended HCC for about a year and then he enlisted in the U. S. Army. After serving his country for 10 years, he returned to Tampa and obtained em ployment with the Veteran's Administration. Two years later, he became a dock worker. Mrs. Dixon said her husband was not a member of a church, but visited different churches in the area. He was most recently visiting Heritage Christian Community Baptist Church. Mr. Dixon was a member of the Prince Hall Free & Accepted Masons and was a sports enthusiast. He loved all types of sports and could tell anything about sports," Mrs. Dixon said. In addition to his wife and father, Mr. Dixon is sur_. vived by 5 children, 4 brothQ) ers and 1 sister, and other family members and friends. Funeral services for Mr. Dixon were incomplete at press time However Sat., May 261h has been set as a tentative date. Wilson Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements According to Larry Coleman, a spokesperson for the International Longshoremen's Association, Local 1402 said, "He was a member of the union and had worked at the Port of Manatee unloading vessels for the past six years. He was a hard worker and a loyal union member." ILA Local 1402 is an all Black union of dockworkers organized by the late Perry C. Harvey. The organiza tion received its charter in 1935. Mr. Harvey was sue6 ceeded by his son, Perry :tJ Harvey, Jr., until he became ill. James Harrell 0 succeeded Mr. Harvey and m is currently the president. Approximately four years ifj ago, under the guidance of r the international body, Local 1402 and Local 1759 J= merged. The merger in1'11 creased the size of the union to about 500 men and -a women. c: m c C/) m c m FREE Professional Service m News Alert The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $10,000 Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. 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nion's txS ..... :::E ).:' C( Readers Comment On FAMU Band's Suspension c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After the death of Robert Champion in November of last year, the Florida A & M University band was put on suspension. Earlier this week, FAMU President James H. Ammons extended the sus pension of the band until next year. c a: LL. c z c( c en w 1-&: w > w c w :I: en :J m D.. z Iii ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z w en c( c a:. 0 ...J LL. Some Tampa residents shared their opinion on whether the band should re main suspended. Andre Walker said, "No! I totally dis agree with Dr. Ammons'decision. Why should the entire band suffer be-cause of the actions of a few? I personally feel that Dr. Ammons should be replaced! He is a puppet to the state univer sity system. Dr. Ammons is equally responsible for what has gone on for years Ms. Twanda Bradley said, "Let's face it, hazing does not start overnight. Current and past students, band members and fac ulty knew that this has been happening for a long time. Yes, the entire band should be suspended. Maybe the stu dents, band members, and faculty will take hazing serious. It was a senseless death." Billy Wheeler said, "I IJJr" \*' t I graduated from Florida A & M, and as a Music Education major, at tended core classes with band members. While the one year suspension is a hard pill to swallow, I think it is pru dent and warranted in light of the student injuries and the tragic death of Robert Champion. There are other performance ensembles avail able for music students to earn the required recital hours. "More than solely intellec tual pursuits, many life lessons are learned in college. Thus, the suspension and any other measures that serve to ad vance the university and en hance the student experience get my unwavering support The practice of hazing must end forever. The March ing 100 will return, stronger, more disciplined and more To The friends of the Library determined to give a show worthy of its legacy. FAMU forever!" Dr. Samuel Wright said, "This entire episode is difficult for everyone, not only FA M U graduates, but those of us who support FAMU. The hazing incident was awful and it is vitally important that things are placed on hold until some matters are rectified. "Parents and others are frightened by what happened and must be reassured that something like this will never happen again. In this case, we must pause in order to move forward. We all know what revenue the band generates forFAMU!" Ms. Denese Meteye J a m e s ,...-------., said, "I did not attend FAMU, but attending the game was one of the high lights for my kids and myself when they played in Tampa "I was not into football but thoroughly enjoyed the halftime show as I still do when I travel to Orlando. I do not think there is any excuse for the death of this young man. I also feel that anyone re motely involved should be punished, even those who knew and kept quiet. I do not however feel that everyone should be grouped and pun ished together." Ronnie Moorer said, "No, I don't think the w h o I e FAMUband should be punished by a long term suspension. Why punish the innocent band members? "Only those who were in volved in the hazing should be punished, if found guilty. But I do feel the band should be put on probation and all haz ing stopped so that no other person is hurt or killed." Danny Green said, "I have deep sympathy towards Robert Champion's fa mily I do not feel that the entire band should be pun ished for the accidental death. However, the band member s that were involved in the death should be punished FAMU s band is a trademark in the state of Florida and their per formance will truly be missed throughout the country." Keto Nord Hodges said, ,..-------,"I am a Uni versity of s 0 u t h Florida alumnus, but have many acquaintances and extended family members who are proud Rattlers. I be lieve FAMU's band should be temporarily suspended for 1-year only to make a statement that FAMU and its President and Board will not tolerate criminal activity or disrespect of human life. "FAMU's leaders need to step back, re-evaluate the pro gram and culture of the band, and put processes in place that will make hazing unacceptable and prevent these actions from occurring again. In the real world, people go to prison for a long time for even acci dental actions which result in death." Maurice Kemp said, "I agree with the school's decision to keep the band off the field for one more year. "It' s the least that the University can do. Forget about the poten tial loss of dollars and focus on the potential saving of life and/or limb. More than a dozen band members were charged in the hazing-related death of Robert Champion. "Champion's death and the number of allegedly in volved students means this problem couldn't be more ur gent. This time-off is not to punish the innocent band members and other students; it's to protect them. Hopefully, F AMU will use the time off to make sure that they have proper measures in place to prevent future hazing inci dents. In addition, these anti hazing measures should be matched by pro-education measures which would mean a shift in focus away from the entertainment activities such as band and athletics and back to core reason why students attend the school which is of course to gain an academic or industrial education." James Ransom said, "The unfor tunate death of Robert Champion has resulted in severe punishment for the sev eral of his fellow band mem b ers. Th e ca reer s of som e FAMU admin i strators and staff members have been lost or tarn i shed. "FAMU has suffered in the court of public opm10n and may likely pay a hefty legal settlement. However, the "Marching 100" must slow down to correct its missteps. No band can replace the "100." They will strike again!" Howard Harris said, "I did not attend FAMU. I love the band. I love my grandchildren also. The band and my grandchildren must know that bad behavior is followed with _ynpleasant conse quences. Others knew of the hazing and that there was non student band members. They remained silent and now must suffer the results of that si lence." Ms. Louise said, "I do not believe the entire band should be disbanded. This band has a Vincent tory. There should, however, be a thorough investigation and revamping of the band's rules and regulations regard ing ne w band member initia tions." I U .I .., J ..:: J & ..{a '", 1 .r _.. '" ,. .._ .. \ ,. t...o a. .., o. ..,--.t.. t


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Because I write this column people have a tendency to seek my opinion on whatever the current topic happens to be that captivates the public consciousness. From Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman and the Stand Your Ground Law to why Mary J. Blige decided to sing about fried chicken in a Burger King commercial, I get grilled on just about every thing that comes around. So, of course, when I was approached several times about my feelings concerning President Barack Obama,s endorsement of Q same-sex marriages, I wasn't 0: surprised. My take on the u.. issue? I didn't see a problem. C All President Obama did was choose a side on one of >the most controversial topics ic( since legalized abortion was upheld with the Roe vs. w Wade decision. He could have easily pulled a Michael > Jackson spin move and a: moon-walked away from the question like it was a live w grenade. C Instead, he took the subject head-on knowing it was a no cn win situation, regardless of ::J which direction he headed. For any politician to take a D.. position like that during an z election year is about as i= courageous as someone leadw ...J ...J :l m ing the way through a mine field. Now President Obama is not only being criticized for the stance he took, but because he decided to take a stance in the first place. What his critics don't seem to get is that President Obama holds a job where he's respon sible for looking out for the best interest of every person who he took an oath to serve. Contrary to popular belief, President Obama is not just the Black president, the white president, the Christian president or even the gay president as Newsweek magazine labeled him on their cover. He is the Commander In-Chief of a country of over 300+ million individuals, each of whom navigates life with their own unique moral compass. When President Obama made the statement that he believed people should be able to marry whomever they want, he was simply standing by the United States Constitution, which protects the rights of every American citizen to live the life they choose as long as their / actions don' t infringe on the rights and freedoms of others. And, the last time I checked, gays and lesbians weren't forcing people to attend their wedTHOMAS E. PARNELL, ES

"'I Years Later 21 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3: Death 01 Child Remains Unsolved 11 Years Later BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several years ago, a hit and run accident claimed the life of a child at an East Tampa intersection. No one was ever arreste d in the case. On Thursday, May 18, 1995, Carlos Cummings was going to a neighborhood store between 9 a.m. and about 10:45 a.m. Having b een suspen ded from the school bus he missed sc hool that day. As the child attempted to cross E. Chelsea Avenue at N. 39th Street, he was struck and killed The unidentified driver never stopped and the case remains open. Carlos was a second grade student at Mango Ele mentary School at the time of his death. He was 8 years old. Carlos was the third of four children born to Mr. and Mrs. Darryl (Andrea) Cummings. Had he lived Carlos would be 25 years old now. "It's been 17 years, but we are still hurting and our hearts are aching as if it were yesterday. We are pleading with anyone with any con structive information to come forward and share it with the authorities, Mrs. Cummings said. As a child of 8, Carlos wanted to do so many things. He wanted to be an artist and his mother said he had the talent because he could draw well. Time has not diminished the pain ofhis family feels for his loss And, it doesn t help that no one had been held ac countable for taking his life. However, his family keeps his memories alive. Twice a year, Mrs. Cummings decorates the corner where her son died. She changed the decoration at the stop sign this week in ob servance of his death. She also changes the decoration at Christmas time. Some times, she places stuffed ani mals at the base of the stop sign. Sometimes, she places a cross, but there are always artificial flowers. Mrs. Cummings real izes that nothing can bring her son back or relieve the pain she feels. However, she would still be grateful if someone with information about the case comes for ward. A spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said, "The detectives are very f-ollc-w lJ4.......... Voters Registration-You have Until Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida General Election Nov. 6 frustrated by this case be cause they haven't gotten closure for the family. It was rumored at the time of the accident that a young Black man was possibly a witness. "However, the rumor was that he was on the corner selling drugs. Now, 17 years later, he may be willing to come forward with some in formation." The spokesperson further stated that the child was struck by a large commercial a; type vehicle. It remains an N open case and anyone with any information is asked to N call (813) 231-6130, the non emergency line at the Tampa Police Department. C)\ 1 t SE LIKE A PERSONAL SACRIFICE MOST PEOPLE COULD LIYE WITH. @ .. We're just go1!'1Q tp go ahead a,nd guess 'that n$>, one is going to N :J,, .. feel a sense 5S paying less per month on tneir car loan So .... consider with Fifth Third Bank where you can get an ., auto loan w ith APR as tow as 2 99% for 48 months. Can we assume you dc>n't want to pay more than that? center9r ffi the ideas we have for )naking borrowing vi$lt your IQ<:al ine at l were Fifth The curious bank ., r 0 ::D c J> C/) m z ::! z m r m c: r r z c: m r c;; :::1: m c m < m ::D -< -4 c: m C/) c J> z c ., ::D c


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Local Church Communitv Preparing For 3rd pentecost Senice' Minister Janice Nunn-.--aelson & Minister Isaac Ruffin Present REV. DR. THOMAS SCOTI' ... Co-Founder Of Pentecost Service Excitemen t is in the air for the Greater Tampa Bay church comrp.unity. This year the church community will host the 3rd Annual "Pentecost Service." This event will be held on Sunday, May 27, 2012 at 6:oopm at the Bible-Based Fellowship Church, 4811 Ehrlich Road, where the Rev. Dr. Arthur T. Jones is pastor. The "Pentecost event first began in 2010 through the vision of Dr. Jeffery Johnson and Dr. Thomas Scott of 34th Street Church of God. It was the i r desire to see unity amongst the congregati.ons and pastors of REV. DR. A. T .JONES Host Pastor the Tampa Bay area. The first year it was held, nearly Boo people were in attendance. The second year it was held nearly 900 peo ple were in attendance and this year over a 1,000 people are expected to be in atten dance This service is designed to be jubilant, celebratory through worship of Holy Communion, community choirs, and a dynamic word. Pastors from Pinellas Polk, and Hillsborough Counties are used to chair and partic ipate in the worship service. Th i s year the guest speaker is Bishop J. Delano Ellis. Bishop Ellis is the pastor Mt. Moriah M i ssionary Baptist Church Male Group (Wimauma) The Halo Gospel Singers* And More SISTER MARY BLAKE Gospel Promoter/Sponsor For More Info: (813) 731-4032 SALUTE TO SENIOR CITIZENS SATURDAY, MAY 19, 2012 6 P.M. BISHOP .J. DELANO ElLIS ... Keynote Speaker of the Pentecostal Church of Christ, Cleveland, Ohio, and he is the founder of the Joint College of African American Bishops His orga nization has added value to the ministries of Bishop T. D. Jakes, Bishop Paul Morton, Bishop Noel Jones and many more. For more information on how your church and your pastor be involved with Pentecost 2012 please email b.burneythstreetcog.ofi or call 813-248-6548. MONDAY, MAY 2 1 Pas to r Donnie McC lurkin Maurette Brown Clark TUESDAY, MAY 22 Pasto r T a m a r a Bennett "Morning Manna" Pastor Michael Freeman Maurette Brown Clark Cathedral of F aith Church, Inc. Bishop Jame s H. H owell, Pas t or 6304 N 30th S t T ampa FL 3361 0 Special Guests To Include: Dea. Harold Scott, Sis. Elvira Pinder, Evelenya Richardson, Sb. Geraldine Nunn, Alberta Jackson and many morel Carol Glowr For More Information Contactl (813) 528-0406 or email: THURSDAY, MAY 24 Bishop Elect M arvi n L. Winans Official Day Service Pasto r Jack ie McCull ough Kathy Taylor F R IDAY, MAY 25 Dr. B ill Winston Tim Rogers & The Fellas WEDNESDAY, M A Y 23 SATURDAY, M A Y 26 Bishop Tudor Bismark Tim Rogers & The Fellas Pastor Marvin Sapp "Morning Manna" Bisho p Noel Jones Kathy Taylor SUNDAY, MAY 27 B ishop M i c hael Rogers PFI Mass Choir For more information call or online registration v i sit : -JlL 3 13.365.3787 I www.perfectingchurch.org/hc LAKELAND CONVENTION CENTER 701 West Urne Street, Lakeland FL 33815 FREE PARKING -co 1\) 0 -1\) ., r 0 :!! c > en m z :::! z m r-tll c r r-!!l z ., c m r c;; ::::t m c m < m ::D < -t c m en c > z c ., :!! c


f .... Friends II libraries To Host Jazz Concert ::E ).;' C( c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor a: On Sunday, May 2oth, the u. ture Derek Smith, of SKD Entertainment, and other special guests Smith will per form the music of such greats as Bobby Womack, Otis Redding, and Sam Cooke, among others. Ada T. Payne Friends of the Urban Libraries, will host a jazz concert featuring a popu lar musician The event will take place in the College Hill Conference Room, 1002 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd., from 4 p.m. to 6:30p.m. Entitled the "Legends Of Soul," the concert will fea-Howard Harris, spokesperson for the Ada T Payne Friends of the Urban Libraries said this is just one of many fundraisers that the organization holds through out the year. LaSalle St. 4 Saturday, May 26,2012 To pur(base tickets or ....,. iJifc:innation call 813.-765-5023 Admission: $15.00 Acmmc:e $20 at the Door Sinpns, Healins, Deliverance, Praising We look for!Nard to there! Theme: 11God' s Plan For Spiritual Victoryr' Joshua 1:1-9 11 A. M. Service c( PASTOR ROBERT E. BENN, SR. 0 3:30 P. M. Service PASTOR ERNEST BOONE & Great Commission Church .... w 0 May 20, 2012 (3rd Sunday) "We hold fundraisers to pay for things that tax dollars don't pay for, such as our out reach programs, yoga classes for toddlers, summer pro grams for children, and other special events. "We have worked to get the new building for the Robert Saunders Public Li brary and to purchase the property for the exp'!-nsion of the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., Public Library. We are quiet, UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL33605 (813) 248-5955 Sunday School 9:30A.M. -Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE: PUf3LIC IS INVITED 25 Years Of Service Feed OUr Children Ministries, Inc. I'A8alset5. DR. MOSES BROWN DEREK SMITH ... OfSKD Entertainment but we get a lot done," he said. SKD Entertainment is a premier music group whose artists perform gospel, jazz, classic soul and R & B. It is not what people consider an aver age record label as the initials stand for Sumthin Kinda Dif ferent. The name also seems to reflect the talented artists that perform under the label. Derek Smith is one such artist. A native of Drakes Branch, Virginia, Smith, dis covered his talent at the age of 4 His parents, Charles and Joyce Smith, encouraged him and he eventually led the family ministry, The Smith Family Gospel Singers. Meeting At the age of 13, he was di agnosed with a throat condi tion and doctors said he would not recover from it. However, after several months, he credits God with restoring his voice, and that became his testimony. In May 2008, Smith re leased his CD, "Just As I Am." In 2010, he released a Special Collection called, "Let's Have Church." A young entrepreneur, Smith wears several hats. He is a CEO, songwriter, artist developer, emcee, and soon to-be author. He is also re leasing a new gospel CD in May. Middleton High Class 011960 The Middleton High School Class of 1960 will meet Saturday, May 19, 201 2, at 5 P.M. The meeting wl.ll be held at the HOPE Community Center, 4902 N 22nd St. (across from Middleton High School). The purpose of the meeting is to finalize plans/registration for the 52nd reunion. For more information, please contact the VP/Corresponding Secretary, Robert J. Williams at (813) 417-9209 or (813) 7419294 GET UP GET OUT & Worship Service at 7:30am, & 12:00pm H,aring lmpait.a Available FIRST IWllST CHUROi OF COLlEGE HILL 38.38 N. 29TH STREET// JAMPA, Fl 33610 813.248.6600 I /www.fbcch.org Dr. S. Evan Bu Sr. Pastor


Local Citv, Humana Join Forces To-uild Neighborhood Plavuround BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Mayor Bob Buckhorn recently announced that a new playground will be constructed in East Tampa. The new facil ity will be built prior to the ar rival of the Republican National Convention in Au gust. The City of Tampa is team ing up with VM Ybor Neigh borhood Association, and KaBOOM! The new playground will be located at Ragan Park and will be a one of-a-kind multi-generational playground. More than 200 volunteers will gather at the park on Saturday, August nth to complete the task in a single day. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said the construction of the playground in a single day is mirroring the NFL YET cen ters that are built in cities that host the Super Bowl. Ragan Park was chosen be cause it serves thousands of families in the area. Our strength as a city lies in the quality of our neighborhoods, MAYORBOBBUCKHORN specifically our parks and playgrounds. "I know the residents of East Tampa, especially those living near Ragan Park, will be grateful for the investment. The convention may last only a week, but Humana's commitment to our community will provide a lasting legacy," Mayqr Buckhorn said. Humana and KaBOOM! will work the VM Ybor Neigh borhood Association and vol unteers to build a space with senior-focused and adult ele ments that include fitness sta tions and walking paths to promote good posture, bal ance and flexibility. The play ground will also feature traditional, kid-friendly equipment to create the multi-gen erational structure New Marketing Movers & Exclusive Desi n EXTENDED MOTHER'S. DAY SALE By Billy (813) 458-8611 Bedroom Sets Pillow Top As Low As $125000 Kings As Low As $400oo llnclwM8 Pillow Top per .. t Queen As Low As $35000 per set Full As Low As $22500 per set 1\vin As Low As Dining Room Sets As Low As $35000 t......J per set Sectionals As Low As $65000 ___ _;_..;;;,.;.;;..-=-..Includes Ottoman Contemporary Furniture All3 Pieces As Low As $450000 Meeting For Black-Owned Businesses Planned N 0 On Saturday May 19th, a meeting will take place to ad dress the Republican Na tional Convention and African American business owners. The event will take place at the Open Cafe, 3222 N. 34th Street, from 12 noon to 1p.m. Business owners are en couraged to attend the meet ing and bring their company's marketing mate rials. The 2012 Republican National Convention will be held at the Tampa Bay Times Forum (in Tampa) from AuReminder gust 27-30, 2012. It will host 2,286 delegates and 2,125 alternate delegates from all so states, the District of Colum bia and five territories. The convention will also include approximately 15,000 credentialed media, an international press corps, second only in size to this summer's London Olympic Games, as well as a glo}?al audience that will witness a "convention without walls" thanks to our Internet and social media efforts. Republican Eddie N Adams, Jr., said, "There will also be soo 700 Blacks at the 2012 Republican Na tional Convention. If you are a Black-owned business and want an opportunity to do business with these potential consumers, plan to attend the open call. There are still lots of dollars out there to be made. Come let us help you make it happen for your business!" Please RSPV your attendance and all questions to eddie@ac)amsforcon&reSS.or & oav In The Park' To Celebrate leaD Care Workers "'I r-0 :u On Saturday, May 19th from 10 a. m. until 2 p. m., a "Day In The Park" event will be held at Williams Park, 4362 East Osborne Avenue, to celebrate health care work ers. There will also be a pres entation of the Elizabeth P. Smith, RN, BSN Award. There will be free food, fa cials, massages, diabetes test ing and blood pressure testing. Entertainment will be provided by Cleo Heart and Tampa's Singing DJ. Sponsoring the event will be Caregiver's Helping Hand, Inc., Caregiver s Chronicles, Coventry Health Care, Dr. Faith Felder, Dr. Stanley 6 Kaplan, Feed Our Children Ministries, Molina Health m Care, Tampa Parks and Recreation, Tampa Bay Black z Nurses Association, and J!! Wellcare of Florida. m For more information, contact Ricbedean AliAkbar at (813) 379-8966. c: r rz m c m < m -t c: m en c ,., z c "'I :!! c May 14 through August 31 HART For more information, call HARTinfo Line (8U) 254-4278, TDD (81l) 626-9158 or visit www.goHART.org H illsbor01J3h A rea Regional Transit Authority


p=-r-om-o-te_r_N_ot_S_Io_w_ed....:.....___ In The Spotlight Bv latest Setback a: u. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Odell Barnum is always on the move. As a promoter and movie producer, he's constantly seeking new ideas and talent. Last Friday night, Barnumwas leaving a pop ular club on Armenia when he noticed an altercation outside in the parking lot. "I was trying to be a peace maker, and ended up getting shot in the leg. "I still have some bullet fragments in my leg, and I do suffer from numbness occasionally. But, nothing will ever discourage me from reaching my goals, and ODELLBARNUM couraged. I don't want peo. ple to think this is my lifestyle, because it's not." I don't want others to be dis" Barnum said he has never sought out violence, or associated with people that do. C w 0 1 GET 2Nd 112 off EXPIRES JUNE 1 8TH Monday -Thursday 7:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Friday 7:00 A.M. 9:00 P.M. Saturday 8:00 A.M. 9:00 P.M. Sunday 8:00 A.M. &:00 P.M. 30% OFF BREAKFAST, LUNCH OR DINNER W/AD SouHood Everyday -Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Offering Collard Greens, Yellow Rice, Potato Salad, Corn Bread, Fried Chicken, Fried Pork Chop, Chitlins, Fried Fish, Fried Shrimp, Cuban & Dell Sandwiches & Fried Lobster Talis "My message to people is to continue to be inspired and pursue their dreams. I haven't allowed this setback to stop me from pursuing my dreams, and I will keep pushing no matter what. "Right now, I'm producing a television show, and working on several other pro jects." Barnum said the secret is to not allow yourself to get comfortable at the first signs of success, or give up at the first sign of trouble ''I'm going to keep striving to get better, and I want oth ers to do the same. "This will never make me stop. It'll take more than this to stop me from being a success." FYI Fair Oaks Ranlers Elections The Fair Oaks Rattlers will hold the election of new Board Members, and football and cheerleading coaches. The election will be held on Wednesday, May 23, 2012, 6:30 p. m., at Grant Park Recreation Center. The Rattlers are in need of volunteers for Equipment Manager, Assistant Football Commissioner, Assistant Cheer Commissioner, Secretary and Cheerleader Coaches. If interested please contact Artis Gambrel, (813) 4174986 for more information. GIENIE This week in our Spotlight feature, we bring you the lovely Gienie. Standing 5'3" tall, this Gemini says her favorite star is Jennifer Lopez, and her hobbies are going to lounges, dinner, and the beach. In the future, Gienie wants to become a mogul. Gienie said when it comes to the man in her life, she prefers an old school gentleman with a sense of humor. Congratulations to Gienie as this week's Spotlight feature. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and mformat1on to lcrews@flsentjnel.com. HOME OF THE BUY 1 GEI1 FREE A 813.443.8354 2314 N. Dale Mabry Ave. 813.978.8090 2002 E. Fletcher Ave. 813.239.2239 2901 E. Hillsborough Ave. COUPON SPECIAL!!! MUST HAVE COUPON! ------,. --------i 20 NAMES l BUY : i ONLY VAU 011 DALE MABRY : WIT H A FRIEND ........................... MABRY_


Local lntanrs Death Leaves Dress For Success Familv Devastated Graduates 1st Group 01 Ignatius Carrie and Destinee McDaniels were excited when she announced she was pregnant. Already the mother of two boys, Ms. McDaniels was even more ex cited when she was told she was carrying a girl. In April, Ms. McDaniels brought Nevaeh Carrie home, and she was doing great. "I carried her full term, and I had no problems during my pregnancy. Nevaeh was eating, and doing just fine. NEV AEH CARRIE from a rare blood disorder. 'Going Places Network' Dress for Success Tampa Bay announced that the first group for 2012 of Going Places Network graduated on April19, 2012 "We are really excited that 17 women graduated from the eight-week program. We are so thrilled that six of our students found employ ment," states Katie McGill, Executive Director of Dress For Success Tampa Bay. Last week we noticed her complexion looked pale, and she was having problems breathing We took her to the hospital, and at first, the doc tors told us she was stable, and doing fine. They said she was being treated, and re sponding well. A service has been planned for Nevaeh Carrie this Saturday, 2 p. m. at the Tabernacle Of Hope, 301 North Rome Avenue. This is the second year for the Going Places Network sponsored by Walmart. Christina Brosky, the Walmart Representative, along with Kenneth Ellis, Elsa Garcia and Krystal Clevenger, also of Walmart brought energy and enthusi asm to helping the students, she said. The 2012 graduates are: Rosea Armstrong, Alicia Black, Edyta Dowksza, Wilma Garvin, Darlene Grainger, Glenda Hines, Jamila :Hundley, Lula Hutto, Gretchen Mickler, Alexis Newson, Dana Parrish, Theresa Roberson, Angela Smith, Re, becca Torres, Sol Vargas, and Duanna Wynn. b "The next day, we got a call from the hospital, and were told her condition had changed and they were hav ing problems keeping her sta bilized." Later, they got the bad news that Nevaeh had died The young parents are in dire need of financial assis tance, and any donations can be sent to them through the church, or by contacting Pastor Kenneth Stewart at (813) 8177288. Ray Williams Funeral Home will handle the arrangements for the service. Joanna McCormick, the Accenture Representa tive made the program a success by organizing per sonal Job Coaches for all of the students. Speakers from the local community donated their time to present topics such as Resumes/Cover Letters, Employment Objec tives Job Tansferable Skills, Change Management, Net working, and Managing Finances. Dress for Success Tampa Budgets are enoJ.Jgh the$8 ay lower erte{QY rates available most of Ot.Jf Energy Planneru Program caA hetp yoo $8'/$ a.bOut a month's worth of e1ectriQtty .. "' .,, .. <::' -.f .,:z W,. .:-::' The advanced thermostat, 1nstalatton and particJpation are aff free. In faCt, we'll even tree Bay has a dedicated group of volunteers who take great care in providing the stu dents with professional at tire, assisting with resumes and cover letters, conducting mock interviews, and offer ing guidance and support to keep them motivated. energy audit and eight energy-iaviw light ioor Advanced tl\ermostat helps you kee,p energy costs tow. FREE programmable thennostat FREE energy audit E ight FREE light bulbs TAMPA ELECTRIC UFE RUNS ON ENERGY" :::0 c )> C/) m z ::::! z m I""" aJ c: I""" I""" !!l z ., c: aJ I""" u; % m c m < m -t c: m C/) c ?< )> z c :::0 c ?< ..... w I )>


Sports Florida Judge savs R .apper luther Campbell Should Coach Football u. LUTHER CAMPBELL TALLAHASSEE, FL -A state administrative law judge says former 2 Live Crew frontman Luther Campbell should be allowed to coach football in Florida schools. Judge Robert Meale made his recommendation Tuesday. The state refused to certi fy the 51-year-old rapper although he' s been volun teering as an assistant coach with local approval in Miami. Education officials cited his songs' raunchy lyrics, a string of arrests and a per formance with two women who removed their clothing in South Carolina. Meale noted the charges were dropped, except for a couple misdemeanor gun crimes more than 25 years ago. He also wrote that Campbell has coached inner city youth and high school football without inci dent for years. owvane Wade Featured In Vogue Fashion Spread DWAYNE WADE And GABRIELLE UNION Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has long been considered one of the best dressed men in the NBA, noticed as much for his bold style off the court as his explosive moves on the court. Having appeared in a number of men' s fashion magazines over the years (including GQ and Esquire) but now he is featured in the legendary bible of fashion Vogue. In a piece profiling Ol ympic hopefuls from Vogue s June issue Wade was highlighted in a photo spread shot b y legendary photographer Annie Liebowitz. Wade was photographed shirtless in black and red basketball shorts alongside model Karlie Kloss. Tampa Eagles Reunion Picnic Any members of th e Tampa Eagl e s dating back t o the 1960 s i s invited to a Tampa Eagles A lumni Picnic. The event will be held on Saturday, June 2 2012, Shelter 218. Team and che erleader coach es, pla y ers cheerleaders mas cots parent s supporters and any others who may have been involved with the Tampa Eagles are invited to attend. Bring your own basket. The picnic is a prelude to the actual reunion which will be announced later. For additional information please call (813) 610-6733. BucsSign West VIrginia Teammates NAJEEGOODE And KEITH TANDY The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced they ha v e signed 2012 fifth -round pick, line backer Najee Goode, and si xth-round pick defensive back Keith Tandy, to four year contract s Goode and Tandy were teammates out of West Virgin i a Goode was selected 140 o v erall, and Tandy 174th overall. NFL Star Responds To TWeet And Takes Girl To Her Prom JOY C E GRENDE L AND JOE HADE N Joyce Grendel, an 1 8 year-old girl high schoo l seni o r from O hio recently tweeted at NFL corner b ack Joe Haden. Grendel's o nl y request was that the football star take h er to the senior prom after her date b a iled on her a t the last minute To Grendel' s sur prise, the Cleveland B r owns player agree d a n d picked her up in hi s w h i t e Lambo r ghini, a d mitting t h a t he too was ner vou s abo ut th e evening. Haden never got t o atte nd his own senior prom. Derrick Rose Could Miss The Entire 2012-2013. NBASeason CHICAGO -The doctor who operated on Derrick Rose's knee insists the Chicago Bulls star can dom inate again. It will take time, though. Rose faces a recovery of eight months to a year. The assessment by team physician Dr. Brian Cole on Tuesday means the point guard could return around mid-January to early February, or miss next sea son. The doctor added there is a chance Rose could be back sooner, but "we're not going to rush it." The Bulls had already said Rose has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left DERRICK ROSE knee. Cole said there were also two tears in his menis cus cartilage. He said Rose is "doing great," that the surgery went extremely well" and he can still be an explosive player Torii Hunter's Son Arrested For Sexual Assault ANAHEIM CA -Torii Hunter was placed on the Los Angeles Angels' restricted list Monday after his teenage s on was arrested in Texas. The town of Prosper Texas, issued a news release announcing 17 -year-old Darius McClinton-Hunter of neighboring McKinney, texas, was arrested Monday in a sexual assault case. The Prosper police made five arrests after a month long i nvestigation of sexual assault o f a child, a second-degree felony. Darius Hunter is one of Torii Hunter's three sons who pla y ed on the Prosper High football team last sea son. All three sons, i n cluding Torii Jr. a nd Monshadrik "Money" Hunter, are con-TORII HUNTER sider ed Div ision I football prospects, with Torii Jr. con sidering Stanford and Darius Hunter interested in playing at Oregon, according to his father. Darius Hunter, a receiver last season reportedly attract ed interest and scholarship offers from Texas Tech, SMU and West Virginia among others.


S arts Brandon Marshall Michael vick New Anempt Filed 01 wrongdoing To Wed In June To Free O.J. BRANDON MARSHALL Bears fans can breathe a sigh of relief. According to an ESPN report, Brandon Marshall will be cleared of any wrongdoing from a nightclub incident earlier this year. Police have struggled to find evidence that Marshall was involved in a fight where a woman was struck. If authorities clear Marshall as expected, he 'll also likely avoid the ire of the NFL. While Commissioner Roger Goodell has a reputation for being tough with players who step out of line, he'll have little to say if Marshall is found not to be involved with the incident in March. An altercation occurred at a New York nightclub visited by Marshall and his wife, and a woman accused him of "coldcocking her." Marshall disputed her claims and said it was his wife who left the club bleed ing. He said last week that he was confident he would be cleared of any wrongdo ing. Serena, Sharapova, Kvitova, Venus Post WinslnRome SERENA WILLIAMS Rome Italy Last week's Madrid champion Serena Williams, reigning Rome titlist Maria Sharapova, Wimbledon champ Petra Kvitova and former world No. 1 Venus Williams were a quartet of winners Tuesday at the $2 168 million Italian Open tennis event, a chiy court French Open tune-up The ninth-seeded former top-ranked Serena blew past Kazakhstan's Galina Voskoboeva 6-2, 6-3 in an opening-round affair. The 2002 Rome champion Serena, now 14-0 on cla y this year, upset current world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka in last week's finale in Madrid Serena's second-round opponent on Wednesday will be former top-10 Russian Nadia Petrova. Pacquiao vs. Bradlev: The Banle 01 His lila MANNY PACQUIAO vs. TIMOTHY BRADLEY On June 9th, Manny Pacquiao (54-3-2, 38 KOs), 33, will fight Timothy Bradley (28-o, 12 KOs), 28, for Pacquiao's WBO welterweight title at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nev. While almost every fight involving Pacquiao is seen as merely a prelude to an inevitable showdown against Floyd Mayweather, it would be foolish to overlook someone of Timothy Bradley's class and skill. Considering what Bradley brings to the table, as well as Pacquiao's most recent performance against Juan Manuel Marquez, it is plau sible that we could be in for a thrilling and hotly contested fight. In analyzing Bradley's best attributes, it becomes clear that he possesses certain intangibles that will give him the chance to have success against Pacquiao. Bradley does have the skill and speed to hang with Pacquiao, and he will undoubtedly make this a tougher and closer fight than expected MICHAEL VICK And KIJAFA FRINK Michael Vick is set to wed his longtime fiancee in Florida next month. The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback will exchange vows with fashion designer, Kijafa Frink at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel on June 30 The couple will exchange vows in front of an estimated 300 guests, including Vick's mentor Tony Dungy, coach Andy Reid and teammate LeSean McCoy. The 31-year-old first pro posed to Frink in 2007. LAS VEGAS A new lawyer for O.J. Simpson filed Tuesday to gain his release from Nevada state prison, saying the former football star was so badly represented by lawyers in his trial and previous appeals that he deserves a new trial. A 94-page document filed Tuesday in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas faults the trial strategy and performance of attorneys Yale Galanter of Miami and Gabriel Grasso of Las Vegas, but maintains Simpson's same basic defense. It says the NFL Hall of Farner wanted to recover from sports memorabilia dealers family photos and personal mementoes stolen from him after his 1995 acquittal in the Los Angeles slayings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman. Simpson was convicted in 2008 in Las Vegas of charges including kidnap'11 r 0 O.J. SIMPSON C )lo en m ping and armed robbery in a Z caper in a casino hotel room crammed with two memora-m bilia dealers and a middle r man, Simpson and five other later convicted of J= felonies. !:!J Simpson, 64, was senz tenced in December 2008 to "U nine to 33 years behind bars. i He is the only one in the r case still in prison. en :J: m c OIL CHANGE IS 1J .:<' +PARTS m < m -t c: m en c )lo z c '11 ::D c Tune-Ups Computer Diagnostics & Repairs AJC F6reign & Domestic Alignment Brakes CV Joints Transmission Service New & Used lires And More! GREAT DEALS: 205/40117 215135118 225140/18 225135120 245/35120 245130/22 255135120 255130122 265/35122 295130122 24'26'-28'AND MOREl Buy 4 Used Tires. Or Buy. 1 Used nre and ................ Size P 235-55-17 + ........ v C) m .... U'l I )lo


.... ntertainment oesha' And parlers' Star Banles Cancer, Needs Your Help .... c a:: u.. YVETIE WilSON Comedienne and star of popular sitcom '9os show "Moesha" and "The Park ers," Yvette Wilson, is de-tennined to survive the bat tle of her life. Wilson, who played "Andell Wilkerson" on the hit starring Brandy, has Stage 4 cervical cancer and is in dire need of funds in order to pay her mount ing medical bills Wilson, who also costarred in such memorable films such as "House Party 2," "House Party 3," and Friday," is not only battling cancer, but has also been plagued with kidney prob lems. Since Wilson's kid neys are failing, she needs a kidney transplant as well. Mvstillal Begins Jail Sentence For Domestic Abuse Charge c a: u.. c z c( c en w ::l t-i:i: w MYSTIKAL c w New-Orleans rapper Mystikal is sitting behind ::J bars again after checking into a Louisiana jail on a. Monday morning to serve Z out the remainder of a gotij day sentence. The punish ..J ment stems from a February ..J ::l charge of domestic abuse rem ported by the mother of two of his children. z i= z w en C a:: 0 ..J u.. c( cD .... Mystikal, whose actual name is Michael Lawrence Tyler, was released from a Louisiana state prison back in 2010 after he was incarcerated for six years on charges of sex ual battery and extortion back in 2003. Mystikal pleaded guilty to forcing his hairstylist to perform sex acts. He also admitted to ex tortion. The rapper and two bodyguards forced the woman to perform oral sex and accused her of stealing $8o,ooo in checks. The 41-year-old originally stated that the act was consensual, but then the judge who presided over his trial actu ally viewed a tape of the act and handed down his sen tence of six years. Will SIDIIII Suppans Pres. Obama's SIIICI WILL SMITH While promoting his new film "Men in Black III, "Will Smith told reporters in Berlin that he supports President Obama's posi tion on gay marriage. He called the President's deci sion brave. The actor says the ques tion of whether gay people should be allowed to legally marry is "about semantics." lil wavne Sames $1.51111ill laWSih ULWAYNE Rapper Lil Wayne is doing his best to right his legal wrongs. A case against the group Young Money / Cash Money, of which Lil Wayne is a core member, has been settled outside of court. The $1.5 million suit was filed by producer GX. GX, whose real name is David Kirkwood, claims he is owed royalties from the song "Love Me Or Hate Me." Benv White Backs Pres. Obamas Re-Eiecdon Campaign Betty White says she usually keeps her polit ical views pri vate, but in this presidential election she strongly favors one candidate. As the go-year-old actress visited the Smithsonian In stitution and National Zoo, White said she "very, very much favors" President Barack Obama in the elec tion. The "Golden Girls" star said Friday she is very bi-par tisan and has stayed away from politics her whole life. She usually never says who she is for or against because she doesn't want to turn off any of her fans. White says in this year's election, she likes what Pres. Obama has done and "how he represents us." Her comments come after Hollywood turned out at George Clooney's home to raise $15 million for Pres. Obama's re-election, a record for a single fundraiser. New Book Claims Michelle Obama And Oprah Clash First Lady Michelle Obama and talk show diva Oprah Winfrey are not all smiles and buddy-buddy as they'd like us all to believe according to the new book "The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House" by Ed Klein. The two female power houses have allegedly had some ugly confrontations be fore and after Barack Obama was elected presi dent. Reportedly, Mrs. Obama has accused Oprah of using FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMAAnd OPRAH WINFREY the White House to her own advantage in order to hike up her 1V ratings. Both women are also being accused of rak ing each other over the coals to close associates. Whitnev Houston's Clan Heading To Realitv TV Bobbi Kristina, the daughter of the late singing icon Whitney Houston, along with several of her family members have inked a deal to star on a reality show for the Lifetime network called "The Houston Family Chronicles." The show will shine the spotlight on the other Houston family members fans often didn' t get to see. Be sides 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina, the series will also feature sister-in-law /manager Pat and her daughter, WHITNEY HOUSTON And BOBBI KRISTINA Ryah, mother, Cissy and brother, Gary. Whitney's cousin singer, Dionne and CeCe Winans are also said to be appearing on the show Stevie Wonder's Nephew Anempts To Blackmail Him LOS ANGELES -Two people remain jailed after being charged with attempt ing to extort Stevie Wonder in Los Angeles. Alpha Lorenzo Walker and his girlfriend, Tamara Eileen Diaz are each charged with one count of extortion in connection with a plot to try to obtain money from the Grammy-winning musician. The pair were arrested May 2 by detectives. District attorney's spokeswoman Jane Robison says the pair pleaded not guilty on May 4. Robison says Walker contacted Wonder's repre sentatives claiming to have STEVIE WONDER embarrassing information about the musician. Walker identifies himself as Wonder's nephew and remains jailed without bail because of another court case. Diaz is being held on $95,000 bail.


rtainment Basauiat Palnuna: S1&M world Record Jav-z would Rather Disco Queen, Donna JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT An art auction at Phillips de Pury in New York set a new art world record by Jean-Michel Basquiat. His painting "Untitled" from 1981 sold for $16,322,500, a feat that sur passed the previous record painting of $14 6 million set in 2007. The painting went to a private bidder. Rav J Signs $1 Million Deal With Skin Care Companv RAYJ Former reality star and R&B artist Ray J has just inked a new $1 million deal with the skin care company Princereigns. The skin care company is banking that Ray J can be the face of their all-natural treatment for ingrown hairs on men Rihanna Smolders At Premiere RIHANNA Rihanna made a quick recovery as she attended the Los Angeles premiere of her new movie Battleship only days after being hospitalized in NYC for exhaustion. The singer was back to work already and posed on the red carpet in a daring white backless dress with thigh high split and plunging neck line. Bevonce Writes Open Lener To Her Mom New mom Beyonce Knowles, spent Mother's Day with her mom, Tina and 4-month-old baby, Blue Ivy. Beyonce took to her Tumblr fan page to show her appreciation for her mom and motherhood. A few weeks ago Beyonce used her newly relaunched website to pen a heartfelt note to First Lady Michelle Obama, and for Mother's Day Bey couldn't pass up the chance to dedi cate a handwritten piece to her favorite woman, Tina Knowles. "Everything I am is be cause of you!" the note reads. "You are the first voice that ever sang to me. At every turn you pushed me to be better. You teach me to be true to myself and the ones I love. When I look into your eyes, I am sooo proud. Now that I'm a mother, I truly re alize all the sacrifices you made for us. My love for you goes beyond what I can say. Happy Happy Mamas Day. Love, BeYonce. Summer Dead At 63 Record New Music JAY-Z If the announcement of the Watch the Throne Eu rope tour, and his appear ance on other music stages this year had fans hoping that a new Jay-Z project-was in the works, it's not going to happen-anytime soon. He announced that he will headline Budweiser's Made In America festival, but as far as putting out a new album Jay has a more important priority holding his atten tion: his d aughter. Disco singer Donna Summer died Thursday after a battle with cancer. Summer, 63, was a 5time Grammy winner whose hits dominated the charts in the 1970s Her songs like "Last Dance, Bad Girls" and "Hot Stuff' were among the decade s most success ful. She continued topping charts into the 1980s with hits like She Works Hard for the Money and This DONNA SUMMER Time I Know It's for Real. She is survived by: her husband, Bruce Sudano; and daughters, Brooklyn, Amanda and Mimi. Chuck Brown, The 'Godfather 01 Go-Go,' Dies 1115 CHUCK BROWN r 0 :a C/) m Having already admitted that the baby will be spoiled Papa Hov has now put the breaks on creating records. "I thought I would be more in spired to have all these new feelings to talk about, but I really just want to hang out with my daughter." I want to enjoy this time for what it is. I'm sure that bug to get back in the studio will come back at some point." The legendary father of Go-Go music Chuck has passed away at the age of 75, confirmed his manager Tom Gold.fogle. As previously reported, the master, affectionately known as "Chuck Baby" had been suffering with pneumonia since being ad mitted to a hospital back on April18. z Grammy Award for his col::j Brown's first monster hit "Bustin' Loose" punctu ated the go-go sound. laboration with songstress Z Jill Scott on the song I!! Last year, Brown was nominated for his first "Love." Brown leaves behind two sons, Wiley and Nekos Brown. MON $5 MONDAY 2-4-1 DRINKS TUES T-BACK TUES WED AMATURE NIGHT THURS SEXY THURSDAY FRI FREAKY FRIDAY SAT .GROWN FOLKS NITES SUN GAME NITE-FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL, ETC. ... 111!!! m c: r r z "0 c: m r c;; ::::t: m c m < m -1 c: m C/) c ,. z c


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[Titanic has made over $3.2B]. **** Wrath Of The Titans Perseus (Sam Worthington) has to travel to the treacher ous underworld to save his father, Zeus (Liam Neeson) from his jealous brother and son. A better movie than the Clash Of The TitanS. Action packed. Made $8tM. (Bud get $OM).**** Mirror Mirror Julia Roberts returns in this soft kid's movie as the evil queen trying to bring down Snow White. The dwarfs and queen assistant made this movie enjoyable for the kids. Made $6oM. (Budget $8sM). ***112 BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Caroline invites Thomas to her parents' home for dinner; Amber attempts to justify her actions to Rick; Karen doesn't want Caroline to reveal their family's secret to Thomas; Brooke's disdain for Amber grows. Thomas finds himself in an awkward situation as Karen and Caroline disagree about divulging their family's secret; Bill's uninvited visit during Karen's dinner party makes the evening even more uncomfortable; Katie blindsides Bill with shocking news. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -EJ encourages Sami to tell Will she loves him unconditionally; Will tells bis dad that he con fided in Marlena; Abe ticks off one of the extravagant items on Lexie's bucket list; the arms dealer discovers the identities of John, Hope, Bo and Rafe. Abe surprises Lexie with a special evening; Stefano gets arrested; Victor hopes Maggie will never find out the truth about her stolen egg; Abigail and Cameron grow closer, much to Celeste's dismay; Carrie continues to con fide in Marlena about Rafe. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Kate comes close to dealing with her demons; Mac and Felicia hope Spinelli gets through to Maxie; Luke works Tracy. Todd and Tea argue over Starr; Patrick and Matt have a brother-bonding moment; Johnny and Anthony spar. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Nikki challenges Victor's motives toward Kyle, while Christine returns to Genoa City. Victor overhears Jack propose to Nikki, while Danny meets his granddaughter for the first time. HOROSCOPES Taurus (April2o-May 20)Talk about an upcoming joint purchase later. Counsel caution. Build up your resources first, and put together a convincing case for your point of view. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Things are not what they seem. It's wise to be willing to revise one's opinion. Go for short and sweet. Continue your studies, and with encouragement, your career takes off. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Take on more work, even if it complicates things. Schedule rigorously. Stick to your budget. Negotiation goes further than declarations Leave risks for to morrow. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Deep thinking comes easy now, but also take time for action. Don't fall for every great story that comes along. No gambling allowed. Getting lost in work could be practical. Vii'go (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Changes at the top open new opportunities. Sidestep an argument to keep the peace. Practice leads to perfection, and there s a joy in it. Be thankful, whatever you get. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Don t forget what you ve learned. Challenge your own preconceptions. Fix something that doesn't work by truing up the integrity. Keep the goal in sight. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Put the pedal to the metal, and be extra productive. Don't worry about the money now, but don't waste it either. Finish a job before it's due. Gold stars all around! Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Immerse yourself in two days of romance. There may be a startling revelation. Do what worked before. Abandon a judgment. Respect boundaries. Take action. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Add extra effort to keep your home in order. Give away the things that weigh your spirit down. You'll save time and energy in the long run and money in the upkeep. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Your capacity to retain new information expands. Use your new skills to plan your next steps and take action. A female has a lot to offer. Pisces (Feb.19-March 20)Entering a time of financial exploration. Examine your priorities. Don't take unnecessary short cuts or it may come back to bite you. Aries (March 21-April19) -You're in control now. Use your power wisely. Be careful not to become so self-absorbed that you forget about the important things. It's not a good time to gamble.


Funerals/Memoriam 6 Aikens Creal Rav Williams -j MR. LEROY BELL, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. LeRoy Bell, Sr., "Mr. Roy," of Tampa, who passed away on Friday, May 11, 2012, will be held on Saturday, May 19, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Mar tin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Pastor Dale Williams, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. LeRoy Bell, Sr. was born in Tampa, on December 30, 1928, to Astor, Sr. and Leola Bell. Growing up, be attended the puJ:lic schools of Hillsborough County and attended Greater Mt. Carmel A.M. E. Church with his family. LeRoy-moved to Rochester, NY in 1959 He worked for 22 years as a construction laborer for Local Union 435 In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing and he purchased and remodeled houses, which he used as rental properties. After retiring from construction in 1985, LeRoy purchased Roy's Central Market in 1986, where he was affectionately known by all as, "Mr. Roy." In 1964, LeRoy met his life partner, Elouise Williams. They were married on September 26, 2010. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Elouise Bell; two sons, LeRoy Bell, Jr. and Michael Bell; three daughters, Rosemary and Nora Bell, and Jody (Troy) Stegall; 11 grandchildren, Lloyd Bell, Steven McCall, Sonia (Curtis) Baker, LeRoy, Candice and Jada Bell, Tyshon Jones, Nefetari Ivey, Monica (Dontrell) Wright, Troy (Tosha), and Jody Stegall; brothers, Samuel (Clara) and Rudolph Bell; sisters, Verdell (Ernest) Rodgers and Maxine Edwards; cousins, Robert Creal, Sr., Fred Walker, Florence Williams, Joseph (Betty) Bell, Jr., Rev. Elise (Winston) Powell, Ethel (Ervin) Ward, Brian (Alwyn) Bell and Nadine Felder; and a host of nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held Friday at Aikens Funeral Home from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel at 10:45 a. m. for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. MICHAEL BENNE 'IT Homegoing services for Mr. Michael Bennett of Lakeland, FL, who passed away on Wednesday, May 2, 2012, will be held Saturday, May 19,2012, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Michael Neely, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Michael was born October 24, 1974, to Vera Barnes and Charles Bennett. Mr. Bennett was a native of Tampa, for 37 years. He attended Jefferson High School, class of 1993 He was employed as a Coca-Cola truck driver. He is preceded in death by: his father, Charles Bennett; sister, Helen Marie Barnes; aunt, Mary Potts; and uncle, Frank Barnes. He leaves to cherish his memory: eldest children, Nicole and Michael Bennett of Tampa, Shanavia Bennett, Alexandra Bennett, Mikera Bennett, Shakira Bennett, Charles Bennett, Jaylen Bennett and Anthony Bennett; mother, Vera Barnes; devoted sisters, Carolyn Barnes, Michelle Barnes, Shirley Abibo (David) of Okla homa City, and Stephanie Bennett; brother, Horace Barnes; aunt, Lois Bennett; nieces, Vera Barnes, Lanasia Taylor and Learia Taylor; nephews, Corey White, Christian B. and Antonio Barnes; cousins, Doris Johnson and Karen Smith (Dennis); and a host of devoted relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, May 18, 2012, from s-8 p. m. The friends and family are asked to meet at the Chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL CRISIS cuw.nos PRICES HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 MRS. ROSA LEE JACKSON 'SISTER' Memorial services for Mrs. Rosa Lee Jackson, "Sister," of Tampa, who passed away on Monday, May 7, 2012, will be held on Friday, May 18, 2012, at 6 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Rosa was born July 5, 1938. She enjoyed cooking and sewing. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Herbert Jackson; parents, Lovett Thomas and Essie Thomas; and brothers and sisters. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: son, Leonard Mays; grandchildren, Gary Mays, Deborah Dixon, Kim, Pedro and Noni Vega; great grandchildren, Britinae Mays, Colyia Carr, Johnny Sim mons and Akenya McCloude; great great grandchild, Aaliyah Martinez; family friend, Dorothy Dixon Pressley; and a host of relatives and friends. The family will receive friends from 5:3o-6:oo p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Friday for the service. THERE WILL BE NO PUBUC VIEWING FRIDAY. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME IN MEMORY OF_ BRUCE LLOYD SPIVEY, JR. 02/17/8705/17/08 Today, we you Bruce ... in our hearts, where our joy lives, along with our sadness, with a smile on our face that lives alongside a tear. Forever in our hearts: Patricia Hall Louisy, mother; Narcis Hall Hooks and Andreatha Hall-Reeves, aunts; and Samuel Louis Hooks, cousin. lSI. Petersburg. Fll MR. ASHEMED BOBVALMA Mr. Ashemed Bob Valma departed this life on May 5, 2013, at the age of 63, at St. Joseph's Hospital. He was born on October 24, 1949, to Albertine Lockhart and Charles Valma in Sylybia, Commonwealth of Dominica. Bob was schooled and spent most of his youth in Castle Bruce, Commonwealth of Dominica. There, he was nicknamed 'Frenchy.' He moved to Roseau, the Capital City, where be worked as a bell boy and bartender at Asta Hotel. Later, be worked as a car salesman and then went on to manage at Syndicate Estate. He then moved to work for the Ministry of Agriculture. Bob moved to Guadeloupe, French Island, and there he worked as an import/export salesman. He later went on to be a cab driver. Bob moved to the U. S. A. in 1981, landing in Clearwater, which he enjoyed, and fell in love with city. He worked for Clearwater Yellow Cab and then he pursued a career as a locksmith and was self employed for one year. He then decided to work for United Cab in Tampa. Bob enjoyed the outdoors, playing dominoes and he also enjoyed fishing, where he found tranquility. Bob was preceded in death by: his mother, Albertine Lockhart; father, Charles Valma; and sister, Rachel Lockhart. He is survived by: son, VincentValma; daughters, Maluah, Sbamika and Tamika Valma; brothers, Rupert Belle in England, Peter, Joel and Andrew Lockhart in Tampa, and Charles Valma in Guadaloupe; sisters, Jessy and Joan, both in Clearwater, Annick, Danielle and Michelle Valma in Guadeloupe; grandsons, Vincent Valma, Jr. and Tyler Valma; granddaughters, Nayanka and Nataylah Valma; dearest companion, Tashia Thomas; close friend, Brenda Harrell; many nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends, including, Victoria Mathew. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p.m., Friday, May 18, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, FL, 33605. The funeral service will be held at the New Testament Worship Center, 5107 E. 32nd Avenue, Tampa, 33619, at 2 p. m., May 19, 2012 (Saturday). Arrangements entrusted to CREAL FUNERAL HOME, St. Petersburg, FL, (727) 896-2602. MRS. PATRICIA BENALI HAYNES Mrs. Patricia Benali Haynes of Tampa, passed away Friday, May 11, 2012. 3: ..... N 0 ..... N Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 19, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Dr. Linda C. Reese, Pastor of Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Intennent will take place in Florida National Cemetery. Born October 27, 1933, to Rasif and Rose Benali in LiverO pool, England, UK, Mrs. Patri:a cia Benali Haynes was the first i5 of five children. )lo In 1956, Patricia married en Perry W. Haynes and moved to m the United States in 1957 z_-4 There were four beautiful cbil-z dren born from this union. m "Pat," as she was affectionr ately known by family and a:J friends, was a joyful woman to C: all who came to know her. J= Pat was employed by the m Hilton Hotel Industry, where ::j she served dutifully for many Z years before retiring. In her "'0 leisure, she enjoyed helping 5j others and spending time with r her children, grandchildren c;; and great-grandchildren, all o ::z:: whom were the joy of her life. m Patricia "Pat" Haynes was C truly blessed. m She was preceded in death by: her loving father, Rasif Be:a nali; mother, Rose Benali; and < beloved brother, Tommy Be-4 nali. C: She leaves to cherish her rn beautiful spirit: her loving busC band of 56 years, Perry Haynes; daughter, Donna Walker; and three sons, Vin)lo cent, Leon and Doyle Haynes, all of Tampa; sister, Peggy and "T1 husband, Tony Woods of Liver:a pool, England; two brothers, C Christie Benali, and William Benali and wife, Pauline, all o ....., Liverpool, England; twenty grandchildren and eighteen great-grandchildren; motherin-law, Lola Dixon; six nieces, Donna and husband, Collin McDermot, Tracy, Carol, Carla and Lisa Benali, and Amanda and husband, Mason, all of Liverpool, England; 2 nephews, Jason and Edward Francis and family; and a host of other sorrowing nieces and nephews, cousins, other relatives and devoted friends. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILUAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. ww>f.raywilliamsfu neralbome.com.


N------------------------------------------------------------------------Funerals aS ,... c a: LL. c z <( c en w ::::: 1> a: w > w c w J: en ::::; m ::::: a. z i= w _, _, ::::: m _, w z i= z w en <( c 0 _, LL. MRS. ALTAMESE SIMMONS Mrs. Altamese Simmons of 712 E. Humphrey Street, made her transition to be with the Lord on Sunday May 13th, 2012. She was a lifelong resident of Tampa. She graduated from Middleton High School, and re ceived her Bachelor of Science Degree from Tuskegee Univer sity, followed by a Master's De gree from Florida A&M University. She met her soon to be hus band, John T. Simmons, at Tuskegee University in 1947 They married in Tampa in 1950. After being an Educator and Principal for more than 22 years, Altamese focused on her family and friends. She would often give words of wisdom and encouragement. She always lived life to the fullest while serving the Lord whole. heart edly. She was a proud and active lifetime member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter. Altamese was preceded in death by: her husband, John T. Simmons; mother, Carrie L. Golden; sisterS, Catherine O'Neal, Evelyn Randolph, Bertha Satterwhite and Ocenia Stinson; and brothers, Alton Golden, Reginald Golden and Arnold Golden. Altamese was the last of a wonderful era. She leaves to cherish her memory: nieces, Karrie Ran dolph, Evelyn Golden, Janice and Cheree Satterwhite, Katherine Ross and Ocenia Henley (Benard); nephews, James Randolph, Jr. (Kay), Troy Golden and John Stinson; and a host of other relatives and very close friends. The wake was held on Thurs day, May 17,2012, from 6-8. A celebration of life will take place on Friday, May 18, 2012, at 11 a. m.; both will be held at Bible Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace, 8718 North 46th Street, Tampa, with Rev erend Earl B. Mason, Sr., pas tor, officiating. Interment will follow in The Garden of Memo ries Cemetery Chapel of Lights Mausoleum. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. STRY CONNf;:CTf;:D VISI T US ONLINE FLSENTINEL.COM FLSENTINELNOW.COM ,;-iz;.J)k:.>;_,_ '--"'-_.,.;-,,, .;_.,_,:\, __ ,_, ___ MR. KEITH 1YRONE 'POP' JONES On Tuesday, May 8, 2012, Mr. Keith Tyrone "Pop" Jones of Tampa, into eternal rest at 5:45 p. m. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, May 19, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Friendship Mis sionary Baptist Church, 4301 West Cypress Street, with Pas tor Frank Watson, officiating. Born on August 21, 1958, to the late Mr. Henry "Earl" and Mrs. Willie Mae Jones, Mr. Keith Tyrone "Pop" Jones was a native of Florida, and a resident of Tampa for 53 years. He attended Chamberlain High School and Wilfred Acad emy. Keith often spoke about his love for God, family and his church, Friendship Missionary .Baptist Church, where he was actively involved in two choirs. He had a tremendous passion for singing, listening to gospel music and seafood. He was unemployed at the time of his passing. He leaves to cherish his memory: 3 brothers, Earl (Sha ree) Jones of Atlanta, GA, Ger ald (Candi) Jones, and Tommie (Cynthia) Jones; 2 sisters, Sharon Walton and Carrol (James) Holmes, all of Tampa; a host of nieces, Vanecia, Sonia, Daphne, Cardee, Lisa, Jasmine (Chris), Rachel (Terrance, Sr.), Candace, Iisha (Alan), and Tiaza; nephews, Edmund, D'An drae, Jamal, Michael, Jr., My hadi and LiGerald; aunts, uncles, cousins, and the Shuler, Sims and Green families; and special friends, Mr. Samuel and Imogene Richardson. THERE WILL BE NO PUBUC VIEWING. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Av enue. www.raywilliamsfuneral home.com. May is Stroke Awareness Month. I Harmon : MR.RASHARD A. BURR Homegoing services for Mr. Rashard A. Burr, who passed away on May 8, 2012, will be held Saturday, May 19, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Exciting Faith Alive at Mt. Silla M. B. Church, 5702 East 32nd Avenue, Tampa, 33619, Pastor Antonio Hawkins, pastor, and Rev. Terry Smith, officiating. Interment will be made in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Rashard A. Burr was born on December 11, 1990. He was a native of Tampa. He was a student of Hillsborough County Schools. He enjoyed playing football. He was preceded in death by his mother, Cynthia H. Burr He is survived by: his father, Roosevelt Burr, Jr.; brothers, Lawrence A. Harrold, Jr. and Roosevelt Burr, III; sisters, Cyn thia A. Harrold and Chantelle A. Burr; aunts, Priscilla Rioland (Lewis), Joan Walker and Cyn thia Burr Shoats (Charles); uncle, Frank Bryant, Jr.; grand parents, Deacon Roosevelt (Claretha) Burr, Sr.; cousins, Patrice Rioland, Darryl Wiliams, Keyvus Bryant, Michael Bryant, Pamela Ri oland, Onika Rioland, Lewis Riohtnd, Jr., Yolanda Walker, Willette Walker, Wanda Clemons, Jena Clemons, Mar tika Shoats, Dontario Shoats (P Nut), Sandra King (David), Tyiest King, Taquana King and Takeia King; nieces and nephews, Lawrence, III, Ced edric, Loesha, Chyna, Delbert, Bobby Pearl and Lyshayla; and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation for Mr. Rashard A. Burr will be held Friday evening from s-8 p. m. at Harmon Fu neral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street. Friends planning to attend the home going service are asked to assemble at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL ::)_ I MRS. DARNISHAUS LASHAWN HUNTER-PRICE Homegoing services for Mrs. Darnishaus Lashawn Hunter Price, who passed away on May 14, 2012, will be held Saturday, May 19, 2012, and 2 p. m. at Northside Missionary Baptist Church, 5706 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, Rev. Ricardo Robinson, pastor, Pastor Priscilla Whaley, officiating, and Pastor Gregory Whaley. In terment will be made in May berry Cemetery, Seffner, FL. Mrs. Darnishaus Lashawn Hunter-Price, also known as, Baby Doll to her friends, was a native of Parrish, FL. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. Baby Doll enjoyed cooking, life, and caring for her children. Mrs. Hunter-Price was pre ceded in death by: her father, Waymon Hunter; mother, Mary Levy Hunter; sisters, Betty Ann and Mozella Hunter; nephew, Kioshe Hunter; and uncle, An drew Williams. She leaves to cherish fond memories: husband, Errol A. Price; children Naomi (George), Terence (Shanelle), Victor (Amber), Stephen (Tonisha), Ja marcus, and Neshes; sisters, Verna (Emeory), and Wanda; brothers, Nathan (Betty), Rod erick, Richard, Waymon (Melody), John (Rita), and Earl; grandchildren, Stephanie, Vic tor and Audreanna; aunts, Daisy (Anthony), Linda (Calvin), and Jewel (Roy) of Rockwell New Hampshire; a host of loving cousins, nieces and nephews, and other family members and friends, special sister, Falisha Barr; and special cousin, Jackie Walker. Visitation for Mrs. Dar nishaus Lashawn Hunter-Price will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL. 'lSt.Htti fabul6uslWe Wan& tt fbr as ,, 53 seconds the Onitid States a strOke? .Every 3 3 minutes, someone '

Notices/Memoriams/Cards of Thanks -Death Announcement -----MR. SIMON 'KING SOLOMON' HILLIARD Mr. Simon Hilliard departed this life on May 7, 2012, at the young age of70. Simon leaves behind a host of loving family members and friends. A memorial service TBA. Contact Leon at (813) 394-6372, with any questions. Death Announcement -------MR. PHILLIP EARL STARKS Mr. Phillip Earl Starks, 68, of Quincy, FL, passed away on Thursday, May 10, 2012. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, May 19, 2012, at 11 a. m. at St. John C. 0. G. I. C., with burial at Sunnyvale Cemetery. A wake will take place from 6-8 p. m. on Friday, May 18, 2012, at Bethlehem C. 0. G. I. C. Mr. Starks, a longtime, former resident of Tampa, was aretired foreman with the Tampa Housing Authority. Mr. Starks is survived by: his loving wife of 47 years, Lula Mae Johnson Starks; daughter, Tammy Starks; son, Christopher Morris; granddaughter, Charisma Morris; and a host of relatives. Now On-line Advertising OUR MOTHER AND MEMORIAM GRANDMOTHER MRS. MARRIETTA JOHNSON January 5, 1905 -May12,2001 We keep in our hearts forever, the memories of those we have and always will love. Always missed by the Clark and Everett families. IN MEMORIAM LEN ORRIS CLINTON 5-16-1959 It's only been a few months since you left us, seems like yesterday. We want you to know we haven't forgotten about you on your special day, your birthday. We miss you and love you. Happy belated birthday. Your family. P.S. Sis. CARD OF THANKS SIS. FLOYD LEATHA PETERSON SNEED The family of the late Sis. Floyd Leatha Peterson Sneed, would like to express our deepest gratitude and appreciation for all of the love, kindness and thoughtful gestures that have been bestowed upon us during this time of bereavement. Your generosity will be remembered, always. May God bless you! CARLOSRENETO CUMMINGS July 2, 1986 -May18, 1995 Our thoughts are ever with Carlos, though on May 18, 1995, he passed away. We miss our dear grandson, whose life was a blessing and his memory we will always treasure. We love Carlos, but God loves him best. Your loving grandparents, Melvin and Vivian Guzman Norton. IN MEMORIAM CAROL BROOKS You will always be in our hearts and memories. We will never forget you! You are truly loved and missed. Charles, Charnesha and family. CARD OF THANKS SHERLENE THOMPSON We, the Thompson and Best family would like to say, thank you for your kind thoughts and prayers during this time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Aikens Funeral Home, ChristLike Ministries, Pastor T. J. Hardgrove and Dexter Burney. Thank God for bringing the family together at this time for our cherished and honored mother, Sherlene Thompson. The family. CARLOS RENETO CUMMINGS .July 2, 1986 -May 18, 1995 On May 18, 2012, will be memories of the short time Carlos was here! Carlos, if we eould have a lifetime wish and one dream that could come true,would pray to God with all our hearts, to see and speak to you. No farewell words were spoken, no time to say goodbye, you were gone before we knew it and only God knows why. You left behind our broken hearts and precious memories, too, but we never wanted memories, we only wanted you. Eternally loved by: your parents, Darryl and Andrea Cummings; siblings, Darryl Cummings, Jr., Evita Mitchell and Kalvina Cummings; grandparents, Melvin and Vivian Guzman Norton; and many family and friends. \ CORY CAMERON-MASON (C-BLACK) It's a year sinee you unexpectedly left. Lonely days, aching hearts, restless nights, we wept. Memories of you as vivid as yesterday. Tear filled eyes remembering how you slipped away. But, we are comforted knowing in whose bosom you rest. We will continue loving you, because Cory you are the best! Missed by: Althea, Dwight, Tanessia, Ricardo, Adassa and the rest of the family. .... N 0 .... N ., r-0 ::D c )> en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: rr m :::! z 'lJ c: m c en :I: m c m < m .... c: m en c )> z c ., ::D c C) m N .... I )>


Cards of Thanks National Q a: u.. Q z c( Q U) w : 1> a: w > w Q w J: U) ::::i m : 0.. z t= w ...J ...J : m ...J w z t= z w U) c( Q a: 0 ...J u.. CARD OF TIIAIIIS Pastor Manin Winans cariacked And Robbed MS MARLENE 'RED' MILLER The family of the late Mrs. Marlene "Red" Miller wishes to acknowledge with deep appreciation, the many expressions of love, concern and kindness shown during our time of bereavement. May God bless and keep you! The famlly. WORDS OF THANKS LONNIE WHITE, JR. The family would like to thank everyone for their donations and for attending the homegoing gathering we had for Lonnie. The family. CARD OF THUIS JASPER "JETI" DANIEL PYRON We, the family of the late Jasper "Jett" Daniel Pyron, would like to express our deepest gratitude and appreciation for all the love, thoughtfulness and kind gestures that have been extended to us during this time of bereavement. Your expressions of sympathy and your generosity will be remembered always. Special thank you to our dear cousin/niece, Terry Parker-Roe and loving family friend, Hattie Amiker. May God continue to bless you. The Pyron family. CARD OF THAIIS JODI JOHNSON To Bishop J. H. Howen and the church family at of Faith Church, Tampa. FL. My wife and I would like to thank each and every one of you for the love and compassion shown to us during the loss of my daughter, .Jodi .Johnson. May God bless each and every one of you. .Jodi's father, .Johnny M. .Johnson, Sr., Ruskin, FL. CARD OF THAIIS JEFF GUMDROP WILLIAMS The family acknowledges with grateful appreciation, all acts of kindness rendered during their hours of bereavement. Your caring and sharing will always be remembered. Thank you: Re-Birth Missionary Baptist Church, Central City YMCA. friends and neighbors, the Howard W. Blake Class of '58', and the Nortbview Hills commu-nity. The Williams family. DETROITPastor Marvin Wmans' SUV remains missing as of Thursday morning and so do the men who punched, kicked and robbeq the famous gospel singer. Winans was pumping gas Wednesday afternoon at a De troit Citgo statioq on the corner of Linwood a:nd Davison when at least two men ambushed him. The carjackers took his deep purple Infiniti QXs6 SUV, a cou ple hundred dollars in cash and his watch. The legendary pastor is well known in Detroit and for his family's gospel music. Pastor Wmans said he felt something was wrong when he came out of the gas station's convenience store. He said sev eral men followed him out and assaulted him while he was pumping gas. They robbed him, punched him and even ripped off his pants. Pastor Winans says he's OK, but is more saddened that it has come to this. "This kind of nonsense just has to stop," he said Wednesday afternoon. "It's just the savage ness of what's happening in the streets. We just have to take a look at ourselves and say this has to stop," said Pastor Wmans. Winans went to a hospital Wednesday night to have his hand examined following the in cident. "Given the gravity of the sit uation, it was minor," said Wmans of the injuries he sustained to his hand. He said his finger would remain bandaged for about eight weeks. Winans said he was disturbed that this happened "in the middle of the afternoon and, at first, "nobody came to help." "Your life has to be bigger than sitting in a gas station and robbing innocent people," Wmans said in a message to his carjackers. Brevard Countv, Fla. Mom Kills 4 Kids, Then Hersell !iiiiiiiiiii PORT ST. JOHN, FL-In the middle of the night, Tonya Thomas' neighbors awoke to the sound of a gunshot and mo ments later heard a knock on their door. Three of Thomas' four chil dren were outside, including one who appeared to have been shot. Before the neighbors could offer help, Thomas came out of her house and called the children back home. They complied. the neigh bors dialed 911 after hearing more gunshots Brevard County Sheriffs deputies found Thomas, 33, dead of an apparent self-in flicted wound and three of her children-Jaxs Johnson, 15; Jazzlyn Johnson, 13; and Joel Johnson, 12-were fa tally shot inside the house. A fourth child, Pebbles Johnson, 17, was found shot to death in the front yard of a neighbor s house. Investigators said they didn t know a motive for the shooting and weren t sure why the chil dren followed their mother s or ders to return to the house. From what the neighbors said she was very calm She walked out and called them back. They turned around and w alked b a ck to the house," said s heriffs spok e sman Lt. Tod Goodyear. Anot her neigh bor to ld deput i es Thomas sent a t e x t message in the middle of the night saying s h e wan t ed to b e cre m a t e d wit h her children H e didn t s e e the t ex t unti l h e woke up this morning," Goodyear said. The shoot i ng happened in Port St. John, about 15 miles west of Cape Canaveral in an area known as the "Space Coast" because it is the home of NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the loca tion of numerous shuttle launches. went to Thomas' house on three successive days last month, according to dis patch records released Tuesday. In the first visit, on Easter Sunday, Thomas reported that her son had thrown a 6icycle through a window at the house The next day, she called to re port that her son had kicked and punched her when she tried to wake him up for school. The following day, child wel fare investigators visited the house to look into allegations of inadequate supervision of the children. The Department of Children and Families was following up on a report on a Johnson child who had been released from a detention facility and hadn't been picked up by a caretaker, DCF spokeswoman Carrie Hoeppner said in an email. Records showed Thomas was arrested in 2002 on a mis demeanor battery charge for striking Joe Jo}mson, the fathe r of her children. The charge was later dropped. Two years earlier, she filed a domestic vio lence complaint against Joe Johnson, but that was dis missed after a hearing. Jamie Hudson, whose mother lives two doors down f r o m t he family said the boys in t h e f a mil y w ere known to shoot B B s at a h o me a cross the stre et and had threatened to set it on fire. "It has been an problem on our street with them," Hudson said. Goodyear said Jaxs Johnson had recently been arrested on a domestic violence charge. He said he didn't know if the boy ha d been accused of hitting his mother or causing damage at the house. Austin Lewis, a 16-year-old classmate of Pebbles Johnson, said the family "had prob lems like everybody else, but nothing that drastic." He described Pebbles Johnson as "very loving and caring." "Always with a smile," Lewis said. "Didn't let anything affect her. She was always in a good mood." A pastor at the church the family attended described it as "normal stuff "I think he was punching some walls or something," said Jarvis Wash, pastor of the Real Church in Rockledge, Fla. Wash said the family attended services last Sunday but had been absent for a few weeks before that. "I don t know what could have happened in the past cou ple of days, Wash said. "It' s a tragedy to the church a nd th e communi ty 301 North Howard Avenue Tamf)9, FL 33606


Crime Son Charged With Killing His Father SHEDRICK PARTIN charged with murdering his father. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that on March 27th between 8:30 a. m. and 9:30 a. m., Shedrick Partin, 23, hit his father, Samuel Partin, 61, in the head several times with a hammer and a door stop, causing head trauma, while he was lying in bed. Partin died from the injuries. During the execution of a search warrant at the resi dence in the 1900 block of Erin Brooke Drive in Valrico, deputies said a pair of gray and black books and blue jean pants were found in Shedrick Partin's bedroom with what appeared to be blood stains. Detectives said Shedrick was seen leaving the home wearing the same clothing earlier. Shedrick was also last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with bright designs on the front. SAMUEL PARTIN murdered by his son as be slept A second witness reported seeing Shedrick returning to the neighborhood wearing the same sweatshirt. That sweatshirt was later recov ered by detectives at a home on Kelly Ridge Lane. The hammer and a white door stop were also recovered inside the residence with what appeared to be blood transfer. An autopsy on Samuel Partin determined the cause of death to be blunt impact to the head. Lab results revealed that Shedrick's black hooded sweat shirt matched his DNA profile. Also, blood recovered from the sweatshirt matched his father's DNA profile. On Monday, Shedrick was charged with second degree murder in the death of his father. He was already in jail on violation of proba tion charges. Suspects Steal $10,000 wonh 01 Ciuarenes Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that on May 1st at 3:59 a. m., two suspects forced their way inside a Shell Gas Station at 2819 State Road 6o in Valrico, and stole property. Surveillance footage shows the suspects entering the store and going behind the counter, filling a trash can with cartons of cigarettes. Both suspects fled the scene in a vehicle on St. Cloud Avenue. Deputies said the suspects took approximately $10,000 in cigarettes. The suspects are described as a white male last seen wearing a black baseball cap, black sweatshirt, tennis shoes and gloves, and a Black male last seen wearing a dark blue baseball cap black sweatshirt, blue jean shorts, tennis shoes and gloves. Anyone with information is asked to call (813) 24782oo. UNCU:SANDY ... Don't be afraid 5, 9, 12, 14, to make sacrifices 19 22, 25, 29 for the ones in your life 33, 35, 39, 41 that you really love 44, 48, 52, 54 .... -o ___ .. _-_ .... --Man Charged With anempted Murder For Shooting It Deputies A 25-year-old Tampa man was arrested Tuesday and is being held without bond. He was charged with three counts of attempted murder on a law enforcement officer. The incident took place shortly before 8:30 a.m., when deputies responded to a dispute. After talking with the victim, deputies observed a Black man walking in the 1900 block of E. 139th Avenue. The man matched the physical and clothing description of the individual the victim had been involved in a verbal confrontation with. The victim also told police that the suspect displayed a handgun in the waistband of his pants dur ing the quarrel. Deputies Troy Fallin, 41, David Tabor, 29, and James Paes, 34, made contact with the man later iden tified as Michael Wayne Bailey. Deputy Tabor asked the man if he were armed and the man replied that he was not and Deputy Tabor then attempted to conduct a pat-down, police said. As the deputy attempted to MICHAEL WAYNE BAILEY Being held without bond on attempted murder charges pat the suspect down, he began to run away. The man then allegedly pulled a .22 caliber revolver that was concealed in his pocket and fired one round from it. Police said at the time the shot was fired, Deputy Paes was 5 to 6 feet away from the man. The man then dropped the gun and contin ued to run. After a short foot pursuit, he was taken into custody. Balley allegedly admitted to being in possession of the gun after being read his Miranda warnings, but did .. not admit to firing the shot. N Police said Bailey was con victed of a felony in another state. A spokesperson said he is currently on probation in Texas. Hillsborough County Jail Records show that this is the fourth time Bailey has been arrested this year. The first arrest took place on January 18th, and he was charged with possession of cannabis with the intent to sell and obstructing or opposing a law enforcement officer. He was released the following day on a $2,000 bond. Bailey was arrested again ;!! on January 19th, and charged with battery. He was 6 released the following day on ,.. a $s;ooo bond. fG Balley was arrested again :z: on March 20th and charged ::1 with two counts of burglary of an unoccupied conr veyance, two counts of petit theft, and opposin g or I= obstructing a law enforceITI ment officer without vioi lence. He was released on a ., $6,500 bond after serving 30 i days in jail. !: rn :I: m c m :u < -t c m rn c ,.. z c :u 6 www.orientroadbailbonds.com Easy Payment Plans I Accepted Reward For Any lnfonnation Leading To The Capture Of These Individuals J immie William Hampton ackson' McCoy II 5/8/1968 7/24/1970 C) m N (t.) I )> _. ____ _______


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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY, MAY 18,2012 B Academy Prep Center Of Tampa .., FREDDIE BRINSON, III HONORS: High Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Freddie, Jr., and Jencey Brinson GRANDPARENTS: Irene and the later Dea. Freddie Brinson, Sr. HOBBIES: Chess, Keyboarding, Drumming, and Basketball CHURCH: Friendly M. B Church KHADIR FREENEY HONORS: Hono r Roll and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Powell and T. Freeney GRANDPARENT: Mary anne Freeney HOBBIES: Basketball and Boy Scouts NAOMI GUMBS HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Ria Straker Gumbs and Glenfield Gumbs HOBBIES: Reading CHURCH: Ministry of Spirit and Truth CEDRICA JACKSON HONORS: Principal s Honor Roll and Student Of The Month PARENT: Cedric Jackson GRANDPARENTS: Renita and Joseph Williams, and Robert Troupe, Jr. HOBBIES: Computer, Chess, Step Knitting and Crocheting CHURCH: Bible Study at Home SAMARIAH JACKSON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENT: Cheryl Jackson GRANDPARENTS : Arthur and the late Juanit a Rob y HOBBIES: Fashion Artist; loves arts and drama STEPHAUN JACKSON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENT:CherylJackson GRANDPARENTS: Arthur and the late Juanita Rob y HOBBIES: Gospel Sing er, enjoys cooking and s in g in g RYLEE' JUDGE-JOHNSON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Celeste Judge Johnson and Eddie Johnson and Kelvin Howard and Mae Judge HOBBIES: Karate, Chess and Cheering CHURCH: Bethany Chris tian Discipleship SABRINA MAYER HONOR: Principal s Honor Roll PARENT: Silvana Mayer HOBBIES: Guitar and Knitting RASHEEDAH MOUNT HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Perfect At tendance PARENTS: Shannon Hams and Odell Mount GRANDPARENTS: Cheryl Howard; and Blake and Ermie Harris HOBBIES: Shopping Skat ing, Swimming and Basket ball CHURCH: Evening Star Tabernacle Bing Elementary School TALAINA GRIFFIN HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll, Perfect Atten dance, Citizenship, Science Olympics, and Battle of the Books PARENTS: Elizabeth York and Stevie Griffin, Sr GRANDPARENTS: Terrell and Donna York, and Donald and Carrie McClarty HOBBIES: Swimming, Reading, Soccer and Dancing Bowers-Whitley Career Center MARCUS SILAS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENT: Kim Silas GRANDPARENT: Mar garet Silas HOBBIES: High or rind pal's Honor Roll6 of 7 Grad ing Periods Buchanan Middle School JERIC STUBBS HONOR: Honor Roll PARENT: Tanya Simmons GRANDPARENT: Geri Simmons (congratulations from Grandmom Geri) HOBBIES: Sports, Computer and out with friends Burnett Middle School ALEXIS WHEATLEY HONORS: High Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Miranda and Anthony Wheatley GRANDPARENTS: Mar garet Butler and the late William J. Butler Sr. Tampa; Jackie Bowman; Sandra McCaskill and the late Andrew McCa sk ill, ( Pittsburgh, P A) HOBBIES: Cheerleading, Dancing, and Mod eling CHURCH: First Union Mis sionary Baptist Church Burns Middle School r--, MARKEEM A. BELL HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Marvin and Rev. Sandra M. Bell GRANDPARENTS: Essie Coleman, Dr Ernestine Glenn and Marvin A. Smith of Philadelphia PA HOBBIES: Football, Read ing Basketball and Wei ght Lifting CHURCH: Allen Temple AMEChurch


N HonorRoll cahoon Elementary School ADAM ANDREWS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRAN{)PARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Playing Basket ball, Video Games, and Golf CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace &L c z < c (J) w ::;::) .... w > w c w X (J) HERMIONE ANDREWS :::i m ::::l HONOR: High Honor Roll D.. PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III lij GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. j Gloria Andrews and the late ::::l Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. P..eterkin W (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Playing with her z dolls and watching TV CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace a: 0 _. &L WILLIAM ANDREWS, IV HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry m HOBBIES: Drawing, Writ N ing Stories and Reading W CHURCH: First Baptist Ch u r c h o f Temple Terrace Chamberlain High School r--, ..... DENISHA KIRNES HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENT: Dementria Blue GRANDPARENT: Emma Cole HOBBIFS: Hangingoutwith friends, and challenging her brother to learn monologues of their profession modeling CHURCH: The River Clair Mel Elementary School ANTONIYA WILLIAMS HONORS: Honor Roll, and Citizenship PARENTS: Antonio Williams, Sr., Ann Chestnut, and Tony GRANDPARENTS: Leatrice Byrd and Annie Guy HOBBIES: Reading and Modeling and Singing in Church Choir CHURCH: St. John Pro gressive Missionary Baptist Church Durant High School NAOMI D. McCLOUD HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENT: Cher Porche' GRANDPARENTS: Roger and Cheryl Golden HOBBIES: Modeling, Singing, and Dancing CHURCH: Redeemed Min istries Ferrell Girls Preparatory Academy AALIYAH HARRIS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Tommy and Stephanie Harris GRANDPARENTS: Luther and Gloria Hutchins HOBBIES: Swimming, Dancing, and Drawing CHURCH: St. Matthew M B. Church BRJANNA THOMAS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Bobby and Shantah Thomas GRANDPARENTS: Emanuel and Pearlie Do yl e; Vera Thomas, and Sylvester Thomas HOBBIES: Computers, Reading and talking on the phone CHURCH: New Dimensions of Faith Foster Elementary School KIM ORA OREBO-COOPER HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll, Citizenship, Per fect Attendance, and Terrific Kid Award PARENTS: Keesha Orebo and Corey Cooper GRANDPARENTS: Bob bie Edwards, and Bud and Trellis Cooper HOBBIES: Playing ComputerGames CHURCH: Visits New Mount Zion HONORS: Honor Roll Cit izenship and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Shakena and Carey Taylor, II GRANDPARENTS: Eliastine Lightbody Carol Ransom HOBBIES: Sports CHURCH: College Hill Church Of God In Christ Hillsborough I. B. High School AYIAANDREWS HONOR: H igh Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Karate and Computer Games CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace _j SHARROD DARNS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENT: Sonja Arnold GRANDPARENTS: Rose and James Morton; and Nora and Daniel Arnold HOBBIES: Football, HHS; and JV Football Team CB CHURCH: Bible-Based Fel lowship Church of Temple Te r race Jefferson High School MIKAILA. TURK HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Lisa C. Wright and Tony Walton Green HOBBIES: Shopping, Dancing, Football, and Reading CHURCH: F irst Baptist Church of College Hill Kimbell Elementary School SHAWN GREGORY BLANKS HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll, Citizenship and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Fredrita Fulton Blanks and Barron Blan ks GRANDPARENTS: Margaret Fulton and Doroth.y Blanks HOBBIES: Playing His Drums CHURCH: Cathedral Of Faith DESTINEE COOPER HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Perfect A t tendance PARENTS: Bud and Trell i s Cooper GRANDPARENTS: Mari e Hayes and Jennie Newsome HOBBIES: Reading and Playing Outside CHURCH: Ne w Mount Zion


HonorRoH 7 Marshall Middle GRANDPARENTs: Pizzo Seffner URIELDIX HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Matthew and Regina Dix GRANDPARENTS: Lessie Hooks and Velma Bailey HOBBIES: Base ball and Video Games CHURCH: Church of God by Faith Lutz Preparatory School KYNDALL JOHNSON HONORS: Honor Roll, Cit izenship, Perfect Attendance, and Student of the Month PARENTS: Ishmon A. and Tameca Johnson GRANDPARENTS: Shirley Porter Gwendolyn Johnson, and the late IshmonJohnson HOBBIES: Traveling, Vio lin Dancin g and Writing CHURCH: First Baptist Church of College Hill MacFarlane Park HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENT: Karla C. Moore GREAT AUNT: Lucille Franklin HOBBIES: Drama Club Tennis, B aske tball Writing, and Dancing CHURCH: Revealing Truth Charles, Sr., and Ve.ronica ::a School Borders, Michael and Diane Elementary Elementary DERYKAH DIXON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Derek Dixon and Kissten Crews GRANDPARENTS: Wayne and Dora Dixon and Hazel Green HOBBIES: Shopping and Watching TV CHURCH: Church On The Rock and New Mount Zion M. B. Church Nelson Elementary School MARIYAH A. BELL HONOR: Principal 's Honor Roll PARENTS: Marvin and R ev Sandra Bell GRANDPARENTS: Essie M. Coleman, Dr. Ernestine Glenn, and Mr. Marvin A. Smith, Philadelphia, PA HOBBIES: Cheerleader Reading, Dancing, and Girl Scouts CHURCH: Allen Temple AMEChurch Oak Grove Elementary School HONORS: High Honor Roll an d Student of the Month PARENTS: Tiffany R. Ses sion and Charles Borders, Jr. Young, and Tim Brown School School HOBBIES: Reading Danc..... ing, and Drawing (Design ing) CHURCH: Greater Mt. Mo riah P. B Church Oak Park Elementary School DA' TERIA REKAYVIA BRIM HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Reka Harris and David B rim SIBLING: Da Tiara Brim GRANDPARENTS: Michael and Carol Jenkins; David Brim, Sr.; Vicky Ross; and Wade and Tynisha Har ris GREAT GRANDPARENTS: Doretha Bull Gloria Jones, and Ernestine Harris HOBBIES: Reading Writ ing, and Playing on Com puter Palm River Elementary School DESTINY SURVIA HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: ChiQuitta Lucas and Demetreus Survia GRANDPARENTS: Con nie Melton ; Clinton Melton; Shirley Ricks; and Eddie Survia HOBBIES: Skating, Busch Gardens, and Chuck E. Cheese CHURCH: Evening Star M. B. Church <; Knowledge 1sPower KENNETH NORMAN, II HONORS: Citizenship, Per fect Attendance, Student of the Month, Financial Liter acy Certificate of Achieve ment, Work Readiness, Top Bull Star of the Week, and Entrepreneurship PARENT: Denise Jones GRANDPARENT: Lizzie Jones HOBBIES: Football, Base ball, and Playing with sister, Kenniya and nephew C-Man Deja Robles Elementary School LA'DAIZAJOLLY HONOR: Honor Roll GRANDPARENT: Annie Doris Smith HOBBIES: Dancing and Watching TV CHURCH: Peace Progres sive Missionary Baptist Church Rogers Middle School SHERICKA B. GRACE HONORS: High Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Seyerick Grace and Stacye Grace GRANDPARENTS: Harold and Janie Adams HOBBIES: Video Games, Using the Computer, Read ing and Singing CHURCH: New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church HONORS: Honor Roll Per fect Attendance, Student the Month, Motivated Mus tang N 0 ..... N PARENTS: Mishana Richardson and Otis Brinson GRANDPARENTS: Natilie Booker, Judith Jones, Arthur and Elizabeth Hall -n HOBBIES: Sports, Music, b and Playing Video Games :::D CHURCH: New Testament Missionary Bap tist Church en m z :j z m r-m c:: r r m :j z "tt c:: m JONATHAN MITCHELL m c HONORS: Honor Roll Perm feet Attendance, and Student < of the Month PARENTS: Mishana -< Richardson and Otis Brinson GRANDPARENTS: Natilie m Booker, Judith Jones, Arthur and Elizabeth Hall HOBBIES: Sports, Read)> ing, and Researching Black History "" CHURCH: New Testament :::D Missionary Baptist Church C BRADFORD RICHARDSON HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll, Perfect Atten danc e, and Motivated Mus tang PARENTS: Mishana Richardson and Otis Brinson GRANDPARENTS: Natilie Booker, Judith Jones, Arthur and Elizabeth Hall HOBBIES: Sports Read ing, and Visiting MOSI C) CHURCH: New Testament m Missionary Baptist Church (,.) I m


N 2 Honor Roll Sheehy Elementary School JORDAN HAYWOOD HONORS: Honor Roll, and Citizenship PARENTS: Ray and Jackie Haywood GRANDPARENT: Lula Haywood HOBBIES: Baseball, Foot ball, Basketball, and Video Games CHURCH: Bible-Based Fel lowship of Carrollwood c a: I.L c z c( c (/) w it w > w c w ::z:: (/) :; r:D :::) D. z ROMARIE PURCELL HONOR: High Honor Roll GRANDPARENTS: An toinette smith, Rocky Harden, Romando Purcell, Sr., Jane Forbes, and Matilda Richards HOBBIES: Cheerleading, Skating, Dancing, Traveling, and Bowling CHURCH: St. John Pro gressive M. B. Church JOQUEZ SMITH HONORS; Honor Roll, Cit izenship, and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Walter and Joann Smith GRANDPARENTS: Sam and Eva Cochran; Jimmy Lee and Leavonne Nichols; Walter Smith, Sr., Coach Lawrence Williams, and the late JoeL. Howard HOBBIES: Football (Fair Oaks Rattlers); Baseball (Norili Serrrlnole Marlins); Soccer (Grant Park), Hip Hop (Tampa Gym and Dance); Drumline (Sheehy); and Hanging with father and barber (Mr. Dirt-Old Roots); Iii ..J ..J :::) r:D 12909 N. 56th St. Suite -.aQ1 QtiCK WEAVE .ll FREE HAIRCUT WICOLOR SERVICE /;$25EYEWH BIIAIICBIEIT TUESDAY'S SPECIAL $25 WASII&IET WRAP & RAT 11101 Video Games, Football and More Football WALTA VIA SMITH HONORS: Honor Roll, Cit izenship, and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Walter and Joann Srrrlth GRANDPARENTS: Sam and Eva Cochran; Jimmy Lee and Leavonne Nichols; Walter Smith, Sr., Coach Lawrence Williams, and ilie late Joe L. Howard HOBBIES: Cheerleading (Fair Oaks Rattlers); Softball (Norili Seminole Diamond Backs); Hip Hop, Tap, and Ballet (Tampa Gym and Dance); Girl Empowerment (Sheehy), Pampering at An drews Sister (Ms. P, Ms. Shay, Ms. Brenda) and Hanging out wiili best friend,Jada Village Of Excellence Academy CHRISTIAN DeZARIAN CARRASCO HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll PARENTS: Lakesha Williams and Efrain Car rasco, Jr. GRANDPARENTS: Chris tine Riley-Clemons and Eliza Green HOBBIES: Playing with Cars and Trucks, Reading, Playing Outside, and Video Games CHURCH: Bible-Based Church of Temple Terrace "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 813) 248-1921 TRE' SHAWN TAYLOR HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Perfect At tendance PARENTS: Charles and Ali cia Taylor GRANDPARENTS: Eric and Barbara Harris; Carl and Ronair Golden; Charles Tay lor; and Archie Dawkins HOBBIES: Playing Basket ball and Football CHURCH: Peace Progres sive M. B. Church Booker T. Washington Elementary School PRINCE LITTLE, JR. HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENT: Katrena Mitchell GRANDPARENTS: Cookie, Inez, Simuel Howard, and Willie Mitchell FAMILY: Black Boy, Kayla, Stank, Roach, and Tay HOBBIES: Football, Base ball and Helping Others r-.., KAYLA NELSON HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENT: Katrena Mitchell GRANDPARENTS: Cookie, Inez, Simuel Howard, and Willie Mitchell FAMILY: Black Boy, Pooh Pooh, Stank, Roach, and Tay HOBBIES: Cheerleading Singing, and Helping Others Wilson Middle School IBRIE KITCHEN HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Sherena Wal ters and Chad Kitchen Ella Blackmon and Eloise Cum mings HOBBIES: Dance, Writing, Volunteering in ilie Commu nity; Member of Sisters Achieving Success, and Artist CHURCH: Bell Shoals Church of Christ Winthrop Charter School LA' NYA WRIGHT HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Emily and Charles GRANDPARENTS: Veda, Janice, and Sidney HOBBIES: Singing in the Choir, Soccer and Playing Guitar CHURCH: HOS Commu nityChurch Woodmont Charter School MEGAN E. WATSON HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Wade and Wendi GRANDPARENT: Priscilla Watson HOBBIES: Softball, Soccer, Basketball, and Reading CHURCH: St. John Pro gressive M. B. Church


Features az Young 01 Got His Start Interior Design Business Has Bv Selling CO's Helped Tampan Find success Thomas Grady, also ..... N 0 known as DJ T-Money, said he credits being innovative and versatile as th_ e reasons for his successful DJ service The Leto graduate said growing up, his mother took him to a lot of R&B concerts. "Music has always been a part of my life. I think the concert that inspired me the most was an R-Kelly show." After trying his luck at selling CD's, about 5 years ago, Grady started buying his own DJ equipment "I started selling CDs with a partner, M-1, and now I'm getting a lot of work as a DJ. "I enjoy making people happy. I do a lot of research before I accept any job. I find out what kind of crowd is coming, and what kind of music they like. I'm confident enough at this point to be able to play whatever the crowd wants to hear, whether it be country-western or jazz." Grady said having his own equipment is also a big advantage. "I think what sets me apart from the others is I ex'THOMAS GRADY "DJT-Money' press myself through the music I play. That's my out let. "Anyone interested in doing this for a living, I'd ad vise them to do a lot of study ing about different kinds of music. Don't be afraid to spend a lot of money on your music, because that's what is making you successful." Grady said he expects to be quite busy over the sum mer doing graduation parties, and he also has his hands full doing weddings. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@jlsen tinel.com. Billy Spencer said he always knew there was some thing special ahead for him Growing up in Tampa, he al ways wanted to one day own and operate his own busi ness. Mr. Spencer said peo ple who saw him 15 years ago, never expected to see enjoying any kind of suc cess "But, 5 years ago, my life took a turn," said Mr. Spencer. "Now, I own New Market ing Movers and Excusive Design." Mr. Spencer said he started off delivering furni ture for a company that actu ally gave him a start into starting up his own com pany. "That gave me a lot of time to learn about the busi ness. For the past 4 years, I've worked for exclusive de signers like Paris Flea in South Tampa. That's where I learned the concept of inte rior designing." "While delivering furni ture, I found myself inside BILLY SPENCER the homes of people like the Glazers, and Randy and Paula White." Mr. Spencer said once he conquered that part of the market, he stepped out on faith and started selling high end furniture at affordable prices. "Now, I'm doing interior design assessments. I meet with my customers, we go over the catalogs, measure rooms, and then your order is taken. In 3 or 4 days, you get your order if the items are in stock. "We also include exclu sively, a free delivery within a 15-mile radius. Mr. Spencer said it took him 3 years before he actu ally started working more in dependently. "Now, I deal directly with distributors like Kanes, Ash ley, Rooms To Go, Haverty's, Hudson-Broyhill, Scan De sign, Z-Gallery, and others. Because I have little or no overhead, I'm able to keep my out of pocket expenses low, and my profits steady." M;r. Spencers work force consists of a son and brother who work with him on a part-time basis, and a few guys who work for him as sub-contractors, and are ex6 perienced at doing set-ups. az : property is automatically re-m placed," said Mr. Spencer. !i Reporter Leon B. z Crews can be reached at J!! (813) 248-07824, or em mailed at lcrews@jlsen- l tine .com. m :::! z "U c: m c;; ::::J: m 0 m < m -1 c: m C/) 0 )> z 0 "'the power to ::, -:(::;:, a! 0 }lel,p save lives. 3-253-2640. C) m ............................


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Resurrected The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines res urrect as to raise from the dead; to bring to view, atten tion, or use again. The Bible teaches and speaks of the power of God's resurrection power. When you understand God's true abilitY to resurrect something you will no longer be limited to be lieving it is only in death. John records in 11:17-27, 41-44 a time God demon strated His resurrection power. This story is one that many believers can recite and recall. One of the most this day and time this is a long time. You may know of people who have been in funeral home twice as long as this! You may have a situation in your life that has been dead a long time. You may have had dreams, visions, hopes, and aspirations that have died. You had the hope that they would live and come to fruition, but they died. They have been dead for a while now. quoted verses: "Jesus wept" c is found in the story. This ii: lesson has a lot to offer a peru.. son who is struggling or dying in a situation. There is c( a lesson for all to learn. The sisters of Lazarus, Mary and Martha, have a host of people around thein to try and comfort them in their time of bereavement (vs. 19). This is typical of life. When you go through trying times, it is good to have people around to try to bring you some comfort. The truth be told that is all they can bring is comfort! c UJ w :::) t> a: w > w c w J: UJ ::::i m :::) n. z t= w ...J ...J :::) m ...J w z t= z w UJ c( c a: 0 ...J LL This week's lesson opens by informing readers that Lazarus had already been in the tomb for four days (vs. 17). This is how long he was buried, not been dead. In In the midst of being comforted, Martha heard that He was coming and she ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue.T ampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Blshap Eddii .. Mil, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSH. SCHEDULE 8:00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday ScOOol/ Orientation 10:45 Worshi seMce (Youth 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Prayer wt'aible Study WG111a1aJ: P.M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Adul & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjminis1ries@aoLcom Mission Statement: A Olurch of the inner city reachingout to the community by milistering to the wOO/eman." Outrecdl Minisby: m OOAHCOMMLt-JITY, 1\C. / cb t-OJSE OF LYDIA w f went out to meet Him, but Mary her sister stayed home (vs. 20). Several points can be made here and there is some good news. One, there was somebody who knew that Jesus was coming. It is always good to have people around you when you are going through who can identify the pres ence of Jesus and the mani festation of God. Second, when one sister heard she re mained with those who com forted her. This sister chose to stay with people who could only ask if she was alright and rub her on her back and say, "It's gonna' be alright." Third, one sister left the comforters of man and went to the Comforter of God. If you really want to get some answers and some relief, you have to leave the comfort of man and come to the comfort of God. People can console you in your situation, but God can bring you out of it. If you had been here, my brother would not have died, says Martha (vs. 21). What faith! But I know that even now God will give you what ever you ask (vs. 22). Your brother will rise again (vs. 23). There are many who think that if Jesus had been present their situation would NEW MT. DOll M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Or. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Kelvin DeCoursey Chairman, Deacons' Mi not have gotten to a point of death. There are some who believe that there is power in God, but think that it is too late for their situation. Jesus affirms her faith by saying he will rise again! God wants you to know that your situation that was alive, got sick, and died, can be resurrected. That life that has been lost because of drugs, violence, crime, or adultery can be resurrected. The resurrection is not in the comfort of man, but in the power of God. Jesus said that He is the resurrection and the life (vs. 25). Jesus is the one who is able to make it get up again and live. Jesus is the one who can bring your dead dreams and vision back to view again. If you want to ex perience the true resurrec tion power of God, leave the comfort of men and be drawn into the comforting arms and presence of God! Celebrates 36th church SUNDAY. MAY 20, 2012 11 A. M. SAir\T .J:\:\1ES A !\l.E. CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAC;I:, INC. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677 UV. MICHAEL B. PlUCE, l "-toto St,nd.J\: Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Chureh School -8:45 A. M. Morning Worship Service 10:15 A. !rf. Growth And Sharing God's Love Worship Opportunities su Sunday School 9 :30A. M Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW 6 :00 P M. Evening Worship 7:00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P.M GUEST SPEAKER REV. NANCY GLOVER ... Pastor, HOUH of Mercy Ministries FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progress Blvd., Fl33619 Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Pastor' s Office: (813) 672 Academy Off10e: (813) 677-5988 Fax : {813) 672-0514 E -Mall: rbcopv@tampabay.rr.oom DR. SAIIIIAIWELL, SR. Seni or T eachlng Pastor Adult/Chilcken Worship Times 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A.M. sunday :45A.M. hUt & YCUN Chlci'en Tuesday11 A.M. hUt Wedneeday 7 P M Ydl/ Children 7:30P .M. AdtM NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 Pastor Weekly Activities SI.Jlday Chtrch Sdlool 9 : 30A M Morning WorstWp 10:45 A M Bille aass 4 : 30P. M EYening Woonp 5 P M Wecilesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M eble S1udy 7 :30 P


Happy Mother's Day The Village and its surround ing communities are blessed to have loving mothers such as: Sharon "Cookie" Do by, Diane Inmon, Willie "Bert" Graham, Janice Hams, Della "Timmons" Doby, Ms. Dora McPherson, Ms. Yvette Wright, Ms. Sher lene Sanders, Ms. Gloria McNair-Johnson, Felicia Acosta, Ms. Rita Baldwin, Ms. Vern Mitchell, Renita Williams Hadley, Ms. Sharon Seabrooks, Ms. Annie Dale, Ms. Debbie Tolbert, Ms. Virginia Glover, Ms. Gloria Thornton, Mother Killins, Pam Mabry, Sandra Ming and the Raines sisters of Plant City. And these mothers were blessed to also have mothers as teachers, including: Ms. Julia Timmons, Ms. Iradean Biggs, Ms. Mervine Pringley, Mary-Ann Thornton, Mozelle Debose, Ms. Annie Bell, Ms. Pam Ennis Colleton, Frieda Washington, Fannie Joyce Rodgers, Myrtle Mitchell, Dorothy Allen, Delores Sanders, Ms. Bowers and Sarah Dawkins of Tampa. And in the hearts, we will al ways miss and remember our mothers: Maretha Prince, Paulette Philon, Loletha Brown, Mother Sloan, Mattie Mills, Olivia "Lou" Williams, Mother "Madeline" Do by, Ms. Beulah Robinson, Willie "Queen" Favors, Anne Debose, Grandma Mollie Raines, Irene Durr, Viola Rawls, Aunt Della Vickers, Ms. Eve Cherry Doby, Ms. Nevelyn Mabry and Ms. Alberta Shedrick. But of course our world wouldn't be complete without our godmothers and like-a mothers, such us: Eunice Stokes, Rhonda Williams, Krista Williams, Carolyn Perkins, Nicole Green, Tracy Washington, Mar garet Fisher and Altamease Culver. May Birthdays Zymir and Zavion Williams will celebrate their birthdays this month. They are the sons of Zenita Sharonda Anthony, formerly of Tampa, now of Jacksonville. They are the grandsons of Sha-Ron AnI CHURCH DIRECTORY I NEW BEGINNING CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD, INC. 3613 N. 23rd St.** Tameal FL 33605 ( 813) 247-3055-Church ( 813) 613-4600 Cellular Email: SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M. Moming Service 11 :30 A. M Evening Service 7:30 P. M. Bible Study -Tu esday Evening Bible Band 7:30 P. M. Thursday Evening -YP\IVIN7:30P.M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry-7:30P.M. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce S1.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Kitdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30AM ..----=----. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org thony and great, great grands of Christine Hill. Very special birthday greet ings go to: Willie Perkins of Plant City, Elijah Saffold, Bria Doby, Ricky Doby, Jr., Dasha Sneed, Tamichael Broadnax, Sarah Dawkins, Saarin Williams, Janae Mothersill, Delaysia Straughter, Rachel Chapman of Lakeland and Ardaisha Hamilton who's turning sweet 16. We love you! Happy birthday memoriam for Evander Boyd (5/16). Also celebrating their natal days this month are: Anthony Amos, Anthony Perry, Bernese Reese, Bryce_ Johnson, Carmena Gordon, Carol Copney, Charles Martin, Chesney Bivens, Christina Logan, Cierra Daniels, Christine Phillips, Crystal Carpenter, Crystal Russell, Damion Everett, Dedra Jones, Derdrick Sanders, Dequan Major, Derek Webster, Dominique Beckles, Dwayne E. Sanders, Sr., Edna Wilker son, Elaine Ervin, Elizabeth McMillan, Eloise Griffin, Ericka Haywood and Ervin Everett. Sick And Shut-Ins Yes, God is real! Eloise Leeks, Phyllis Akes, Archie Mae Wright, Ralph Williams, Eli Rodgers and family, Marie Benson, Dorothy Wilder, Perry King, Van Scott, James &REAlER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a .m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m Visitors Are Welcome! ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Morning Worship 8 A.M. Sunday School -9:30A.M. Morning Worship10 : 50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. 7 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Wiggs, Bob Anthony (TGH), and Janice Anthony, who's recuperating from foot surgery. Sympathy Sympathy is sent to the Moore family in the passing of their loved one, Mrs. Lucille Moore. She will be greatly missed by family, friends and church members Also, congratulations to Randell Doby, who received Honor Roll; as well as Rico, Ralisha and Raniyah Ming, who all excelled this grading pe riod N We are so proud of you. Keep c ..... up the good work! N Condolences are extended to the entire Waters family and friends of the late Mr. Rodney Waters. The homegoing service was held at St. John Progres sive, the Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, offici ated. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of be reavement. Thumbs Up M.H.S. This congratulation comes from your moms, Ms. Tiffany Do by and Ms. Sherilla Durr. Thought For Today "As long as we have memo ries, yesterday remains. As long as we have hope, tomorrow waits." Stepping 2 Victory On behalf of Stepping 2 Victory, we would like to say, "Happy Mother's Day" to all of our team mothers, grandmoth ers and all those mothers who take time to help our children pursue their dreams. We really appreciate you. To register your step team or to participate in our fundraisA team of students from Mid dleton High School won at the International Robotics competi tion last Wednesday. Middleton's Robotics Club draws largely from its magnet program in Science, Technol ogy, Engineering and Mathe matics. ing, please contact Tiffany at "TT (813) 965-3792. 6 Congratulations! Your com munity is so proud of you!! Good luck in future endeavors. Congratulations A special congratulations is being sent to Ms. Danae Durden, who received High Honor Roll on her report card. F.Y.I. God bless President Barack Obama and family, and also our troops, veterans and other servants in the com munity. Remember your helper in the kitchen, Shu-Lon's Kitchen 813741-9760 Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at 8:1.3-7357968. ....,... 1:15aa. ltl'llll lershiP .. 11 a.m. Prlltr Slnlce, TUesday._: ______ I pa. .._ IIIII SIUdV, TUesday 8:30p.m. IIDII SIBIIV. 1 p.m. REV. OSCU JOHISOI,JI. Paster /Tiacller BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship ... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship ... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BI.SHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Cluch Wbera 1be Lowe Of God Flows And 1be Holy Ghost Is In Full Conbol." :!! tn m z m r-aJ c: r r-z ., c: m r-c;; % m c m < m -4 c: m tn c > z c "TT :!! c


m I 0 ..... Four years ago I was blessed with a handsome baby boy named Chris, Jr., whom I would like to wish a happy birthday to and pray you stay the way you are, loveable and caring. Happy birthday to my super hero, Bam-Bam. Trinity CME Church 1 N. Howard Ave Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 253-2967 Rev. Joe L. J ohnson, P astor 7 1 s t Churc h A n n i versary / Homecoming Theme: Standing on the promises of God and Upon this rock i wiN build my church. n (Matthew 16: 18) Our Illustrious BISHOP TERESA E. SNOTRON, Prelate 5th Episcopal District and the College of Bishops will be at Trinity CMEC .M. Speaker: REV. DR. JOHN WALKER & Congregation Bethel C M E Church Sarasota FL Join Us For This Histofical Occasion LADY JOYCE JOHNSON, Chairoet'SOO Ordination Tampan Witnesses Ordination 01 Daughter In AME Church Elliott E Pyles of Tampa was in Baltimore, Maryland last month to witness the ordination service of his dau ghter in the African Methodist E p iscopal Church, Second Episcopal District. The service was April13, 2012 during the Baltim o re Annual Conference, held at the Empower men t T e mple AME Church, Rev JamalHarrison Bryant, host pastor Reverend Nicole L Pyles was ordained as Itinerant D eacon by Tampa native, Presidin g Prelate, Bishop Adam J. Richardson Jr. Rev (Nild) Pyles, a resident of Baltimore, is employed by the State of Maryland as a Functional Analyst. The New Mount Zion M.B. Church Of Tampa, FL, Inc. uving Sacrifices" 2511 E Columbus Drive, Tampa, FL 33605-2849 (813) 248-8101 (813) 247-3899-FLC (813) 247-6338-FAX www.newmtzion-tampa.com I churchhappenings@aol.com The New Mount Zion M. B. Church of Tampa, FL seeks a fulltime Pastor He must be a creative thinker with strong leadership skills who will preach the unadulterated gospel of Jesus Christ; teach sound Baptist doctrine; engage in pastoral care ministries; provide spirit ual leadership, deve l opment and trai ning ; and act as the ch ief administrator of staff Minimal Quarlfications: 1. Born-aga in, baptized believer in Jesus Christ 2 Licensed and ordained as a Baptist preacher 3. Documented experience as a senior pastor, assistant pastor or an associate minister 4. College educated and/or degree from an accredited theological seminary or school of divinity 5. Superior communication skills 6 Must be accessible and display a love for the church and its people 7 Team-oriented and experienced in leading ministry teams/programs a. Visionary, strategic planner 9. Demonstrated ability to manage the church's resources effectively/efficiently 1 0. Honest, committed man of integrity Interested candidates should submit: 1. Resume and letter of interest 2 Recordings of two recent sermons preached on different occasions (preferably DVO) 3. Copy of license and certification of ordination 4 Verification of college degrees, seminary, or theological training/course work 5. Five references (2-3 from pastor/clergy, plus personal and a church steward) Foeward all materials to: Pastoral Search Committee The New Mount Zion M B Church of T.ampa, FL, Inc. 2511 E Columbus Dr iv e Tampa, FL 33605-2849 Deadline to submit all materials is June 29, 2012. The Committee will acknowledge receipt of all resumes and letters of interest Information will be treated as conf"ldential Final Candidates must consent to Criminal History Background check, Substance Abuse History check. and Credit/Financial History Review.


...... ., .. Local :u J< 3: Big Celebration Planned For 100th Binhdav BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel SJaffWriter History books will tell you that in April1912, the entire world was in shock when news that the USS Titanic .had sank, claiming nearly 2,000 lives. About a month and a week after that historic news, a family in Marianna, Florida got great news when they welcomed their daughter, Edith Norman, into the world. Now, exactly 100 years later, Ms. Norman is still with us and preparing to cel ebrate her birthday. Ms. Norman came to Tampa at the age of 14 with her family, and they lived in the Hyde Park area. They all lived in a house that was de clared historic years later. Ms. Norman attended Dobyville Elementary School, and later BooKer T. Washington. A seamstress by trade, Ms. Norman also did do mestic work for attorneys a nd doctors in the area. Ms. Norman never had any children of her own, but e njoyed spending time with the children of her extended family. Mrs. Ruth McNair, a niece of.Ms. Norman, said she enjoyed traveling, and MS. EDITH NORMAN recently went to St. Peters burg for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. parade. "She loves going to church, and she attended First Baptist of West Tampa along with her caregiver," said Mrs. McNair. Ms. Norman called the family's house in Hyde Park home and said four families lived together in the house until they all passed away, leaving her there alone. She now lives in a beautiful home in Temple Terrace. Recently, Ms. Norman got a big surprise when she received letters of recogni tion from Mayor Bob Buckhorn, and President Barack Obama, both wish ing her a happy woth birth day. Since officially retiring 20 years ago, Ms. Norman has W. Brandon Brandon, FL 33511 (aerO$$ hom lrurtlngton Coat 813-654-3761 ALL WIGS BUY ONE GET THE 2ND 1/2 PRICE Coupon _!XP!!,!! o,!!!un. _!.8th. In WitbJ tc!Jt Iuber $10.00 www.melaneeshalrstudlo.com lUJS ())N f been spending time with family and friends. Mrs. McNair said she helped take care of a lot of her family members, and they are for ever blessed for having her in their lives. $1 off sale Dr. Miracle1s Relaxer or Hair Stylers 2to8oz. aoclstoip ilt6lol. "* iteaUge and eye....,. 299 sale Fantasia Hair PoliSher Styling Gei 16 oz. l!l'llli'f,...dilclicnl<*lllilyllacid. -'1C.11pillllilll.h*IIMiolp-'tfllopy. She never complains, is very humble, and is always happy and cheerful," said Mrs. McNair. "Everyone is amazed at how good her health is now, and other than a broken hip she suffered recently, she .... hasn't experienced any seri! N ous health problems. o Ms. Norman's family has planned a huge celebra tion for her, and she's look ing forward to it. Sale Thursday, May 17 thru Saturday, May 19 I ; 219 I sale l Queen Helene Cholesterol 3 pack Hot Oil Hair Conditioning Cream 15oz. MAN safe Soft & Beautiful Relaxer Kit lllliiG: ... z c ., :II c J Ci) m .... .... I .......................... .__.._ ..


a: u. c z c::r: Retirement luncheon Celebrates 35 Years With Deaanment Of Corrections c ffi Gail K. Reddick began her career with the Department of Corrections in May of 1977 Thirty-five years later she is going into retirement. On :l April 27, 2012, family, friends and colleagues and co-workers joined her at the Colonnade Restaurant for a Retirement Luncheon. She has a Bachelor's .degree from the University of South Florida, graduated from Florida State University as a Certified Public Manager and on May 5, a: 2012, graduated from the Criminal Justice Master's Program at the University of South Florida. Mrs. Reddick, center, is shown with Mike Jenkins, Carolyn Nunn, Yvette Allen, Flo Walker, Crystal Brown, Iris Reddick and Rhonda Hunt. (Photograph by Frederick Harris) w c w :I: (/) :J m :l Q. z i= w ...J ...J :l m


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es Mango Bread Puddin 6 cups 1-inch cubes Hawaiian Sweet Bread 2 ripe mangos, peeled, pitted, and diced 1/2 cup fat free half and half 3/4 cup egg substitute 2/3 cup sugar 1/4 cup brandy 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 112 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon allspice 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 3 tablespoons butter, melted Powdered sugar (optional) DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350F. Lightly spray a g-inch baking dish with non stick cooking spray. Place bread cubes and mangos in baking dish. In a medium bowl whisk together half and half, egg substitute, sugar, brandy, vanilla, and spices. Whisk in butter, then pour over bread and mangos, stirring lightly to coat bread with egg mixture. Let stand for 30 minutes or until liquid is ab sorbed. Bake for 40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean. Mango Ginger Green Tea 1 green tea bag 3/4 cup boiling water 1/4 ounce coarsely chopped fresh ginger 1/4 cup fresh mango, finely diced 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice 3/8 cup sparkling water 2 thin slices fresh lime for garnish 2 thin slices fresh mango for garnish DIRECTIONS: Yields 1 drink. To make tea, steep one green tea bag boiling in water with fresh ginger for 20 minutes. Strain off ginger, discard tea bag and refrigerate. Puree 1/8 cup of diced mango with the gin ger infused tea. Mix in lime juice, sparkling water and pour over ice into a 16 ounce glass. Stir in remain ing 1/8 cup diced mango and lime slices. Garnish with slices of fresh mango. Mango Sorbet 3 ripe mangos, peeled, pitted and cubed (makes two cups of puree) 2 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons lime juice (juice from 1 medium lime) 114 teaspoon coconut extract 1 cup chilled pineapple juice lime peel or small lime wedge (garnish) 3 ripe mangos, peeled, pitted and cubed (makes two cups of puree) 2 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons lime juice (juice from 1 medium lime) 1/4 teaspoon coconut extract 1 cup chilled pineapple juice lime peel or small lime wedge (garnish) DIRECTIONS: Puree mangos, sugar, lime juice and extract in a blender or food processor until smooth. Transfer to the bowl of an ice cream maker and stir in pineapple juice; freeze according to manufacturer's in structions. Cover and place in the freezer for at least 1 hour, or up to 1 week. Garnish with twists of lime peel or small lime wedges. ..... (11 I aJ


Avoid PriVate Monuaue Insurance Pluuvbacll TWo loans If you can avoid PMI by piggybacking mortgage loans, you absolutely should. If you take out your first mortgage for eighty percent of the value ofyour home and you don't have a down payment of twenty percent to cover the remain der, you can actually take out another loan. Say you have ten percent to deposit, you'll borrow eighty percent from one Steps To Building Your Financial Future Infidelity, poor communi-u. cation and financial prob lems are the leading causes for marital failures and rela, tionship problems. Stress is created when there is a loss of employment, income and a lack of money management skills. ft The stress creates conflict W that leads to resentments, G:i outburst of temper, and C long periods of silence, criti cism and name calling. The en lack of knowledge on bud ::J geting and money manage ment creates conflicts and financial stress. After a financial catastrophe, couples ask themselves, "Where did the money go? Sadly the lack of money management skills has caused many cmiples to forsake their mar riage and/or relationship. Individuals are not born with money management skills. Money management skills are learned. Successful money management skills are obtained through prac tice. Financial money man agement skills are mastered by individuals who are disciplined when it comes to spending and saving money. Individuals cannot build a financial future or .leave an inheritance for their chil dren without making finan cial sacrifices. God wants everyone to prosper in their personal income. God has a plan for Christians and there i s no lack of money in His king dom. A budget can put you lender, ten percent from another and put your own ten percent down. Don't be afraid of having two mortgages. PMI is a waste of money. Wouldn't you rather have a second mortgage that, as you pay back, goes directly to your holl,le equity? ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: Yolanda Y. Anthony P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 on a new financial path. It is a guide that can lead you and your household finan cially. To minimize stress a fami ly should live within their income. A budget allows you to gauge if you are going in the direction you want to be headed in financially. A budget can help you meet your saving goals. The money saved can allow you to open a business and cre ate residual income. 4 Steps to Building Your Financial Security 1. Increase cash flow 2. Manage the debt with a budget 3 Create an emergency bank account 4. Build long term assess accumulation (401K, IRS, I orE Bond) Dr. Reba Haley is the author of the Covenant Connection Your Best Marriage Now. Please send y our comments or questions to Dr. Reba at rebahaley@aol.com or visit www. rebabaley com. .. ELECT BARBARA TWINE ------------FOR-----------County Court Judge "Let's Elect Barbara Twine County JUfllae'" 012 Making Progress: TunleStvle Be not ojraid of going slowly, be o.fraid only of standing still. Chinese Proverb Empowered greetings. Today I want to highlight a few life lessons we can learn from the turtle Individuals, organizations and governments around the world seek to make progress toward a bigger, better and brighter future. When we observe the turtle we can begin to understand that progress isn't always quick and easy. Progress can be slow, but steady. In order for a tUrtle to get to where it's going it has to take risks. It has to extend its neck out of its shell. To make progress in achieving your goals, you must come out of the shell of your lim ited beliefs and experiences and take the risk of explor ing other possibilities Risk is a requirement for growth. Without risk your progress will be hindered. Predators have difficulty clutching and crushing tur tles with their jaws because of their dome shaped shell. There will be people that will want to victimize you, prey on you and try to destroy you for their own gain. However, if you hide yourself in the cleft of the rock called Jesus, they will not be able to crush the destiny God has in store for you. It is said that turtles have exceptional night vision. Even when you are at your darkest moments in life, you must maintain exceptional vision. Despite what 'it may look like, you will succeed as long as you stay focused. Dark days and distractions will come, but they will not be fatal if you remain focused on your vision. No matter how slow your progress may be, keep it steady because today' s progress was yesterdays plan. To contact Selphenia Nichols-Simmons, Email: thequeenofsuccess@yahoo.com, Follow her on twitter @queenofsuccess1 and on Facebook: Selphenia Nichols, or call 813-9560185. Commercial R e ldentlal Remodel ing Commerc i a l Rnklentla l Home IMJMCIIon Shi ng l e Roofing nieRooflng llodlfled Syatem DEMETRIUS JENKINS PI'Mident DIRECT: (813) 824-8540 FAX: (813) 247 cpdannertncOaol.com


Awards Ceremony Held On May 2nd, students, faculty, staff, family mem bers and friends gathered at WinterHaven's Nora Mayo Hall for the Polk County Public Schools and The Ledger Media Group hosted the 36th annual Volunteer of the Year Awards ceremo ny. This event honors honor school-nominated elemen tary and secondary level vol unteers who provide excep tional service to students and teachers. Two students, Bianca Mulaney and Joe Bacon, of Bartow High International Baccalaureate share this year's Outstanding Youth Volunteer of the Year Award. They were honored for their commitment, creativi ty and initiative. Together, Bianca and Joe started an after-school mentoring pro-ject to assist second and third grade students who are struggling with learning to read. During the 2011-2012 school year, it is reported that more than 792,000 vol unteer hours were provided by 26,ooo plus volunteers. Other awards included: Outstanding Adult Volunteer of the Year, Darcey Martin and Arvilla Stokes; and Outstanding Senior Volunteer of the Year, JoEllen Brogdon and Sheldon Katsoff. Congratulations volun teers! Keep up the great work! District Sun.unit And Assembly Held Conquering the Wilderness Mentality was the chosen theme of the sec ond 2012 Church of God by Faith (COGBF) Tampa WestCoast District Assembly, Elder James E. Williams, District Superintendent, which was held April27-29, 2012. The District is made up of seven churches located in: Bartow, Clearwater, Fort Myers, Lakeland, Plant City, Polk City, and Tampa and two missions, one in St. Petersburg and (a recent addition to the family) in Sarasota. The host-site of the assem bly was Victory Temple COGBF, Elder Neal T. Phillips, Pastor, and The Freedom Center, both in Lakeland. The assembly opened on Friday, April 27th, with an Hour of Prayer with Deacon Walter Williams officiating, fol lowed immediately by Home Mission Service. The meeting was officially opened by Superinten dent-Williams and a Prayer of Consecration by Elder Thomas Faison, Jr., District Father. The speakers of the evening were Mother Chola Little and Sister Edna Lawrence. The speaker for the evening service Minister Gary Hird. was Other program partici pants during the weekend were: Minister Derrick Blue, Deacon AI Smith, Jr., Sister Myrtice Landers, Elder Harvey / Lawrence, and Elder Calvin McDonald. Happy Birthday ERICK CUSTODIO and JENNIFER UCEAGA LOPEZ Shaw-NufTalk extends wishes for a happy birthday to Rochester, NY gentleman Bruce Gordon, celebrat ing another year of life on May 18th and Lakeland lady Jennifer Liceaga-Lopez, who will celebrate her special day on May 19th. Shaw-Nuf Talk extends :!! c i: belated wishes happy birth= day wishes to Custodio, who celebrated his special day on May 17th. N May the Lord continue to bless each of you many more birthdays! Happy Anniversary! Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy anniver sary to Pastor Shelton and Katrina Faison and Ronis and Ashli Mathurin as each couple celebrates another year of marriage on May 20th. May the Lord continue to bless these unions. Talk To Shaw-Nuf r Shaw-NufTalk wants to 0 hear from you. Share excit:a ing news al)d/or photos of g your celebrations, special en events, graduations, birthdays, anniversaries, wed ::j dings, family reunions, church or community r events, etc., with the readerm c: ship of the Florida r. Sentinel Bulletin and J;; Shaw-Nuf Talk by send::j ing an e-mail to: Z shawnuftalkyaboo.com or calling (863) 513-_ 8437. m r c;; Organizations Panner To Host Communitv Easter Event ::::t m c On Sat., April 7th, Lakeland's Jackson Park was filled with excitement, as chil dren ran around, looking in th e grass, tree trunks, and other places to find the hid den Easter eggs. This third year event was a collaboration of several community organizatfons: The First Table Organiza-tion (FTO), Lakeland Branch NAACP Youth, and the Coleman-Bush Boosters. Everyone enjoyed free food, fun, games, and old school sounds provided by a live DJ. Free Easter baskets and toys were also given to the children. More than 200 children participated in this year's event, a decrease from the 300 plus in 2011. 'We need more people (parents, community icons) to get involved with our kids. It takes involvement to make a difference," stated Regi Ardis, local business man and President of FTO. The group is planning several other events to be held in 2012: a 3-on -3 In-the-Park basketball tournament, Back to-School Giveaway, and annual Thanksgiving turkey dinner giveaway. The proceeds raised dur ing the basketball tourna ment will assist with the funding for the school sup plies and turkey dinners. (Photos by Shaw-Nqf) The Coleman-Bush Boosters were one of the sponsoring agency's of this year's event. This young man is all smiles as he shows off his free Easter basket. This cutie may become a future golfer. Members of the First Table Organization, Inc., are shown in this photograph. C) m Wanda Sullivan e}\joyed the time in the park with some of her grandchildren. m


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The case became the cen ter of controversy because the 911 caller admitted to lying about being robbed by two males with guns so he could get a quicker police response Town Issues 117 Text-Wallllna nx ln1Monthlt $85 Eachl We've all seen people texting while ordering food, driving, and during other activities that can potential ly cause an accident. Not to mention, it's pret ty rude. But one small town in New Jersey is fining an average of 117 people per month $85 tickets for tex ting while walking. Cops in Fort Lee, New Jersey have been very aggressive with issuing tickets because they feel the activity puts lives at risk. 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He joined the military at the start of the Civil War and later was politically active, championing civil rights and ascending to the state legisla ture. But his name was largely WILLIAM HENDERSON FOOTE lost to history after his 1883 murder in Mississippi by a white mob irate that he had protected a black man who was targeted for a beating. 10 Tips For Black Men Pulled Over Bv Police When NWA wrote F *ck the Police in the late 1980s, they were heavily criticized. At the time, the police brutality that they spoke of was a racial boogeyman that remained hidden due to the high cost of home video cameras. Rodney King changed all that, and it let America know that the relationship between Black men and the police usu ally left us at the short end of the baton. This is a list of things you should keep in mind when dealing with the police. Think about these issues carefully, for it might save your life: t) Be respectful, don't speak first, and don't speak with hostility: Getting smart with the cops doesn t make things better. For at least a short period of time, they have all the power and you have none. Settle your beef later on, when it's safe Also, you're probably better off not volunteering any information since many ques tions are designed to trap you into giving yourself up. 2) Learn your rights: Read short guides on what you should do if you encounter a police officer.' 3) Don't make any sudden moves and keep your hands on the steering wheel: Being a Black man already makes you suspicious in the eyes of some police offi cers. 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II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2010-021371 TBOM MORTGAGE HOLDING, LLC, Plaintiff, vs. RONALD SERVIDIO, JASON FUGLESANG, ASHLEY FUGLESANG, UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO. 1 AND UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO. 2, Defendants NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE PURSUANT TO .031, FLA. STAT. To Defendants RONALD SERVIDIO, JASON FUGLESANG, ASHLEY FUGLESANG, UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO. 1 AND UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO. 2, and all others whom it may concern : Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Fore clos ure entered on Apri l 30th, 2012 in Case No 2010-021371 in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial C ircui t i n and for Hillsborough County Flor i da in wOhich Space Coast Cred it Union is the Plaint iff, and RONALD SERVIDIO et. al., are the Defendan ts I, the Hillsborough County Clerk o f the Court, will sell at public sale the following described real property located in Hillsborough County: LOTS 9 AND 10 BLOCK 100, TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. 3 ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 14, PAGE 16 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. The above property w ill be sold on June 5th. 2012 at 2:00 p.m. to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the 2nd Floor of the George E Edgecomb Building Room 201/202, located at 800 East Twiggs St., Tampa FL 33602 in accordance with .031, Fla. Stat. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs an accommodation In order to access court facilities or participate In a court proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. To request such an accommodation, please contact court administration at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or Immediately upon receiving a notification of a scheduled court proceeding If the time before the scheduled appearances Is less than 7 days. Complete the Request for Accommodations form and submit to 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602. ADA Coordination Help Line (813) 272-7040; Hearing Impaired Line 1-800-955-8n1; voice Impaired Line 1-800-955-&no. Dated this 3.llt day of MAY. 2012. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ Felicia L. Patterson DEPUTY CLERK .. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, JUVENILE DIVISION FFFN:512278 CASE ID: 1Q-490 Division C IN THE INTEREST OF: J.G.WIM DOB: 11/19/1999 Case NO.: 508117 MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. TO: Katrina Gleason Last Know Address : 5002 Williams Road,_.Lot #16 Seffner FL 33584 Legal Mother J.G. DOB: 11/19/1999 YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Termination o f Parental R ight s has been filed in the C ir cuit Court o f the Thirt eenth Judicia l C ircuit of the State of Florida in and for Hillsborough County, F l orida Juvenile Division, alleging that the above-named child is dependent child and by which the Petiti oner is asking for the termination of parental rights and permanent commitment to the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption YOU ARE HEREBY notif ied that you are required to appear personally on the 27th daY of June 2012. at 9:00 a.m .. before the Honorable Manuel A. Lopez, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthoue. 800 East Twiggs Street. 3rd Floor. Division C Courtroom 310. Tampa. Florida 33602, to show cause, if any, why parental r ights shall not be terminated and said child shall not be per111anently committed to the Florida Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. You are entitled to be represented by an attorney at this proceeding. DATED this 11!b day of May 2012. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /sl PAM MORERA DEPUTY CLERK II Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desir ing to engage in business under the fictit ious name of Curtis Printing Company located at 10610 Shady Branch Drlye, in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Riverview. Florida 33579 i ntends to register the said name with the D i vision of Corporat ions of the Florida Department o f State, Tallahassee, Florida Dated at Tampa. Florida this 1mh day of May. 2012. 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c it ""' c z c( HILLSBOROU H 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 JUNE 14,2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-o198-0-2012/JLH SODIUM ALUMINATE (LIQUID) **** Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. c en w :::: t-w > w c w ::1: en :::::i Dl :::: Q. z lu ..J ..J :::: m ..J i= z w en C it 0 ..J ""' 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. IN THE IR UIT URT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH HIRST MARSHALL WILKINSON Deceased FILE NO.: 12-201 DIVISION: PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Administration of the Estate of Elizabeth Hirst Marshall Wilkinson, deceased whose date of death was August 15,2010, is pending in the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, Probate Divis ion, the address of which is Post Office Box 1110 Tampa, Florida 33601 The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the decedent s estate must file their c l aims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECENDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is: May 11, 2012. Attorney For Personal Representative Elizabeth B. Glasgow Florida Bar #0470783 Farmer, Price, Hornsby & Weatherford, L.L.P. Post Office Drawer 2228, Dothan, Alabama 36302 Phone: (334) 793-2424 Fax (334) 793-6624 ID Personal Representative Katherine Elizabeth Wilkinson w Jayton Acosta, Resident Agent 1801 North Highland Avenue if Tampa, Fl33602 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 12-DR -2426 DIVISION: eP MYNA M. BURNETT Petitioner and DAVID L. WRIGHT Respondent NQTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (NO CHILD OR FINANCIAL SUPPORT) TO: DAVID L. WRIGHT 1423 Court of Flags Court Building #2, Apt #1423 Tampa, Fl 33613 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Myna M. Burnett, whose address is 2109 East Flora Street. Tampa. Florida 33610, on or before May 29.2012. and file the original with Clerk of this Court, at 800 E. Twiggs .Street, Room 101, Tampa, Florida 33602 or P.O. Box 3450, Tampa, Rorida 33601-4358, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fall to do so, a defauH may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the Petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, Including orders, are available at the clerk of the Circuit Court's Office. You may review these documents upon request You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law 12.915). Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, dismissal or striking of pleadings. 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Greater Tampa Chapter 01 Jack And Jill Celebrates Graduating High School Seniors Greater Tampa Chapter Jack and Jill President Tangela Dupree expresses gratitude to her husband, Michael Dupree, for his unwavering support during her tenure. BYTAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer R e flections laught e r and tears were the ingr e dients that made for a spec tacular send off of the Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack and Jill of America s graduating high school sen iors. The chapter celebrated the soon to be high school graduates and their moms during its Black Family Day celebration that took place Sunday, May 6 at the Glazer Children's Museum. Nearly 200 Jack and Jill members, fainily and friends came out to honor the 11 graduating seniors who are all heading off to colleges across the country this fa,ll. The teens are all accom plished in their own right, with achievements that in clude high honor roll, aca demic college scholarships, sports and business suc cesses. Dr. Kurt Young, pro fessor of Political Science and African American Stud ies at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, served as guest speaker for the event. He stressed the importance of the students reaching greater academic heights, despite the chal lenges they may face, in order to advance the legacy of their family and the African American commu nity. Dallas Griffin and Vanessa Brown-Ben-nett chaired the event with the help of nine other Jack and Jill moms. The Chapter also bid a fond farewell to its two t e rm chapter president Mrs. Tangela Dupree, who spent 14 years in the organization, serving four at the helm. Her daughter is among the graduating high school sen iors Graduating Jack and Jill High School Seniors: Marcolm Banks: son of the late Michelle McDowell Banks and Dr. Kevin (Venetia) Banks Gary Graves-Barnes: son of Darryl and Tanya Hamilton Michelle Dupree: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Tangela) Dupree Jorden Aikens-Guzman: son of La Cheryl Aikens-Guzman Miles Hood: son of Mr. and Mrs. Terence (Isvalia) Hood Jereth Kirkland: son of Reche' Kirkland and Dr. Kevin (Venetia) Banks Corinne Moriarty: daughter of John Moriarty and Dr. Fran Sterling Jonathan Rhodes: son of Jeffrey Rhodes and Verneka Rhodes Tariq Sharrieff: son of Tariq and Lori Sharrieff Derrick Sheriff: son of Alvin and Yvette Sheriff. The Tiny Tots group (ages 2-5) in attendance were, front row, Langston Sallis, Cohen Allen, Bankston Joyner, Camden Allen, Ishmon Johnson, Ill and Jordon Little. On the secnnd row: Amanda Anthony, Carmen Thomas, London Rivers, Carlyn Ward, Berkley Ward, Morgan Sheriff, Simone Stephens, Chan-. dler Davis and Alani Forde. The Buttons and Bows group (ages 6-8) are: front row, Kayla Rivers, Jackson Hodges, Isaac Joyner, Xavier Floyd, LaPlace Sallis, IV, Brandon Thomas and Campbell Oliver. On the back row, Saige Davis, Kamora Provine, Shelby Coney and Kyndall Johnson. The young Jet Setters (ages 9-12) are: Little, Blake Parker, SaMya Pris, Christian Wright-Jones, Glenn Davis, Temperance Paris and Cole Wright-Holloman. In the rear: Adrian Anthony, Jr., Anthony Nelson, Taylor Young, Cameryn Hodges, Talia Sharrieff, Kaia Floyd and Nyah Collins.


Social Event cti ..... :E >=' < The downtown Hyatt Hotel was the s i te of the 25th Annual Dr. LL Carter G Woodson Lecture Series on Saturday March 31s t c a: LL c z <( c t/) w Gamma Omicron Boule of Sigma Pi Ph i Fratern i ty, Inc. presented the event. This year's theme was Embracing O u r Greatest Asset: Leaders Mentors And Role Models. The keynote speaker for the evening was Atty. Cbatles Ogletree, Jr., a Harvard Law Professor who served as an advisor to President Barack Obama. Dr. James 0. Brookins chaired this year's event. (Photography by BRUNSON) Event Chair, Dr. James 0 Brookins, left, with the keynote > speaker, Atty. Charles Ogletree, Jr. and Dr. PaulL Sheehy, Jr. a: w > w c w X t/) ::::i m ::J a.. z w ..J ..J ::J m ..J w z i= z w t/) < c a: 0 ..J LL 0 I N w Erwin Technical Center Your Pathway To Success Floral Des1gn Length: 13 Months (1200 Clock Hours) Schedule: Monday-Friday 7:30a. m 12:30 p.m Total Cost*: $2,&n.oo TABE Requirements: 9th Grade Reading, Math And Language Overview: This program introduces the student to exciting flowers and plant material from around the world. Studies include basic and advanced floraJ design skiJls, color post harvest physiology, shop management, disP.Iay and merchandising as well as entrepreneurship. Become Aoral Shop Entrepreneurs, Or Seek Positions With Aoral Wire Services And Retail Store Display/Merchandising Departments Prepare For Positions As Floral Designers For Interior Decorators And Designers for Event Planners *Prlcea SubJect To Ctt.nge r. Dr. and Mrs. Leroy "Andy" McCloud were among the members in attendance. Dr. and Mrs. James Brookins. Event Planner Keisha PiCkett and the organization's president arter G Dannie and Don Vance and Mary and Bill Picott attended the evening affair. Dr. Reginald Ligon, Dr. Mendee Ugon and Dr. R. Brian Ligon with Ms. Marcie Grymes attended the Lecture Series event. (Sire Arc;hon) Harold Nixon, Dr. and Mrs. George (Odessa) Banks were accompanied by their Ph.D. daughter, Kendra Banks.


:::D Dr. Harold Nixon with Atty. Arthenia Joyner. Drs. John and Juel Smith were in attendance. Lecture Se ies Member Naaman Johnson and bis wife; Angie were in attendance. Atty. and Mrs. Fred (Marlena) McClure were also in attendance. Dr. Kenneth Bryant, Andrew Dixon, Donald Vance and Bill Pi cott. Ti red of driving, high gas p rices, and the stress of congestion? Let HART get you to your destination. HART is a clear, clean and inexpensive alternative to the automobile. HART has more than 20 Park-n-Ride lots and transfer centers. The concept is easy. Park your car in the lots and take a HART bus. Even if you don't have a car these centers service many of our routes. HART is hard at work serving our community w ith improvements including, our Yukon Park-n-R i de transfer center ; located between North Central Avenue and North Seminole Avenue. In the HART Yukon Parkn Ride transfer center, HART is doubling the numbe r of bus bays, adding pubtic restroom facilities, and improving traffic circu l at i on for better school bus drop-off. For more information on fares routes, and how HART can make your life easier visit our www.goHART.org or call the HART information line: (813) l54-HART {4278). Ride HART. Be Smart. 3: .... r 0 :a c ):It en m z :::! z m r aJ c r r !:!1 z


Local N co "'"" Open House At Bodv Temple Spatique Body Temple Spatique held an open house recently to celebrate the business. Stephanie 0 Sykes, owner, gave her guests a tour of the facility located on Nebraska Ave. in Tampa Park a: Plaza. (Photos by BRUNSON) LL 0 a: LL 0 z < 0 Open house guests included Jeneil Thomas, Sonja Garcia, Ruby Brown, Pearlyne Wilson, Angie ::;, Johnson, Barbara Jackson, Sandra Davis, and Kimberly Hemmingway .... > a: w > w 0 w :::r::: (J) :::::i m ::;) a.. z t= w _, _, ::;) m ------r--: 20 Wings 1 Gvro and Frits : $9.99 : '4. I WJCaulocN ONLY 611811 z I WICOUI'ON ONLY 611811 z :2o1W. Shrimp 1 And Fries 1 And Fries $ tt I $ e I e ONLY Exl'lltEa 6111!111 z WICDUI'ON ONLY Ex-. 611 :;:to---------Body Temple Spatique owner, Stephanie Sykes greeted guests. Carole Sykes, siste. r of Stephanie, displayed her Silm and Tuke Jewelry. Stephanie's sister, Josette Sykes, left, with Kimberly Timmons. These guests are Marinette Chavers, Kimberly Timons, Marina Pilcher, Joe Bodden, Harriette Harris and Karen Bodden.


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