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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area OIIIIURI 99, Dies ------atriarch, fter Illness SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM ETIQUETTE CLASS Last Friday evening, twelve youngsters graduated from a twenty-eightweek Et iquette and Manners class during a ceremony held at Nuccio Park and Recreation Center. The course was sponsore d by It s All About Kids Mrs Wanda DelaRosa was the Mistress of Ceremonies for the event. In addition to obtaining their certificates, the youngsters had an opportunity to show the audience some of the things they have learned. The graduates were from left to right: Gary Washington, Nabrishia Richardson, Deja Deveaux Kenya Green, Jada Joiner, Keldred Jackson, Janae Chambers, and Melena Williams. Two of the graduates who are not shown in the photograph are Brendashia Lamar and Tanasja Swint. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON) Tampa Housing uFunds For Families SEE PAGE 3 Pro Athlete Faces Battery Charges SEE PAGE 13 Life's lot Easy For Fire VicliRIS SEE PAGE 6 Man Charged Willi Murder SEE PAGE 13

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en g Features N ..f' N J: 0 a: c( Second Communitv Lake Project Underwav == >;' ic( 0 en BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staft'Writer W For motorists driving either east or west on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, when you approach 17th Street, you'll notice that work has begun on the second commu nity lake project. This project on the comer of MLK and 19th Street, is part of the retention pond conversion to community lake projects underway by the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership's Aesthetics and Beautification Sub-Committee Denese Meteye-James. Chairperson of the A&B Sub Committee, said several retention ponds have been earmarked to be transformed into community recreation a l lakes. The Fair Oaks Community Lake project was the first to be completed. Work is underway on the next lake project at MLK and 19th Street. "The first, Fair Oaks 0 Community Lake, has been : completed, and citizens in the u. 0 area are using it for walks, z barbecues, and other family < outings. Now as work has begun on 0 the second project, Ms. f3 James said they are accept ing applications for the nam1ing of that lake. ir On March 10th, we made applications available to resi W dents in East Tampa during 0 the Partnership meeting. Deadline for turning them in is Apriltsth." ...J The person making the nomination must fill out and a. submit the designated nomiZ nation form, along with sup porting documentation to the ..J A&B Subcommittee ...J This is what the completed project at MLK and 19th Street will look like No date has been set when work will begin on this pond at zznd Street and Chelsea. Ms. James said right now, they are only concerned about naming the lake on MLK and 19th Street. Applications must be com"Residents are also invited to nominate a person to have a mini-lake named in his or her honor." '9 pleted in full to be consid ered. z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL. Ads Will Be Published Friday, April 17, 2009 Deadline To Bring In Ad April 9, 2009 $10 For Photo Student's School: Student's Name: Parents: Grandparents: Honor: (Choose) Principal's Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, Honor Roll, Cttizenship, Perfect Attendance Hobbies: Church: Daytime Telephone Number: (Not For Publication) Forms with information, procedures and criteria are available at the East Tampa Development Office (District III Police Sub-Station), 38o8 North 22nd Street. They can be picked up Monday through Friday from 8 a.m to 4 p m. When this project is completed, the pond at 22nd Street and Chelsea will be next for renovations. Youth Organization Partners With Track Club TIM WATSON UPLIFT Excellence Foundation, Incorporated would like to announce its partnership with The Running Tigers Track Club, a youth track and field organization that has been serving chil dren in the area since 1995. The Running Tigers Track Club focus es on the developm e nt of athletes ages 6 to 18 to provide a family-oriented program that m9tivates the youth in the community to become responsible individuals in sc hool, s ports and in their daily lives Their mission is to encourage fitness through health y competition while promoting academic achievements Through aggressive education and athletic development, The Running Tigers strive to equip young people to develop team s pirit discipline, respect for others, and self resp ect in an effort to motivate them to become positive leaders in their community. UPUFf Excellence Foundation has taken The Running Tigers Track Club under its umbrella to further its mission of providing families and children with practical and motivational sup port The Foundation's motto is Lifting As We Climb," and they have organized activities in Phoenix, Arizona, Central Georgia, and in Tampa. They have conducted youth leadership and development, life skills programs, sports camps and other activities. They have also awarded scholarships for qualifying l ess fortu nate youth to participate in at:ea sports pro grams and college scho l ars hip s to select gradu ating high school athletes. If you nre interested in becoming an UPLIFT Bridge Builder and help serve your communit y through mentorship and athletic development contact Tim Watson at (813) 317-373 0

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Features Communitv Matriarch, 'Mama lola' Dies At 99 Mrs. Lula Singleton Pressley Johnson passed away peacefully last Tuesday (March 17th) in the care of. Hospice. She was 99 years old Known to many in the com munity as Mama Lula, Mrs. Johnson was born on June 18, 1909 in Gainesville, FL. She attended schools in Alachua and Hillsborough Counties. At an early Mrs. Johnson learned the importance of parents had their own farm and had hired hands. Her mother owned a boarding house near the train station on Nebraska Ave., and Mrs. Johnson even worked there Mama Lula also worked as a picture framer in Ybor City. Eventually, Mama Lula ventured into self-employ ment. She owned a sundry shop for a few years next door to the dental office of Dr. James L. Green on NebraskaAve One of her grandchildren, Brenda (Arthur) Holley reI MRS. LUIA JOHNSON ... Mama Lula calls Mama Lula as being a stern disciplinarian and a strong, Black woman. "We would sit on the porch with her and she'd have us to speak to every person that passed her house. To this day, I still do speak to everyone. Each of her grandchildren has a story of their own to tell She was my moth e r grandmother a nd dear friend," she said. Mama Lul a never met a stranger. She often helped those who n eeded a place to liv e by putting them up and helped others in any way that she could. When her health was better Mama Lula was a member of Mt. Moriah P. B Church. In her pastime she enjoyed fish ing and sitting on her porch. The mother of 4 was pre ceded in death by 3 of her chil dren: daughter, Helen Simmons and 2 sons, Glen "Daddy Cool" Pressley (June 1999) and James "Bro" Pressley (Feb 2009). Her survivors include : son, Eddie Lee (Minnie) Pressley; 14 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and 16 great-great grandchildren; nieces nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral services for Mrs. Johnson will be held Satur day March 28, 2009, 11 a. m at the chapel of Aikens Funeral Home Two 'Emplovees 01 The onth Recognized BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Each month, Stephen Hogue, Chief of the Tampa Police Department, selects a civilian employee as "Em ployee of the Month" and an officer for the honor of "Offi cer of the Month." This month, the honors were be stowed upon Ms. Janelle McGregor and Sgt. Eric Ward. Ms. McGregor is currently assigned to the Public Infor mation Office. During her tenure with the department, Ms. McGregor has estab lished a rapport with both her co-workers and news re porters. In the short time Janelle has worked in the Public In formation Office, she has de veloped a .very impressive news instinct that has guided her well in her position She is able to ascertain what will be newsworthy. She then utilizes that skill to pitch news stories that will help inform the com munity how the Tampa Police Department works to improve its neighborhoods," Chief Hogue said in his letter of commendation. Ms. McGregor played a vital role in the planning stages for the recent Super Bowl, handling all the logistics and coordination with other local, state, and federal agen cies involved in the security plan. Chief Hogue also credits JANELLE McGREGOR ... "Employee of the Month" March 2009 her with having a "flawless award system in place for the department and ha s now earned one of th e a ward s s he normally helps coordinat e." I'm humbled at b e ing recog nized as the Employee of th e Month, especially whe n there are so many qther exceptiopl\) employees in th e department. As a new member of the Media Relation s team, I had a grea deal ttOJ learn about the depart ment, the media and the citi zens we serve Receiving thi s award means my efforts to represent the department in a positive light are not going un noticed," Ms. McGregor said. Sgt. Eric Ward is a 20-year veteran with the department More than a year ago, he was transferred to the Mounted Patio! Unit as the supervisor. "Even though he did not have the experience with K-9 or the mounted patrol, Sgt. Ward still hit the ground run-.. SGT. ERIC WARD ... "Officer of the Month" March 2009 ning Chief Hogue said I n a dditi on to s up ervisi n g 18 officers, Sgt. Ward is part nered with Mattie, an 8week-old bloodhound He has impl e m e nted a n ew tracking syste m to monitor the mini mum r equir e m e nt s m andated b y s tat e sta ndard s, but h e al ways expects mor e from hi s officers, Chief Hogue s t a t e d . During th e Super Bowl, Sgt. Ward also serve d as the K-9 Liaison and worked for a year in preparation of that event. Of his se l ec tion Sgt. Ward sa id, "It' s an honor b e ing se lecte d as the Officer of th e Month, b eca us e th e r e are offi cers throughout th e city work ing to accomplish th e department' s miss ion and goals "Taking over the K 9 Unit was a challenge, but I am very appreciative of the staff for recognizing my efforts to im prove the day to-day opera tions of the unit Housing Authoritv To Use HOD Funds For Familv Program BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Develop ment last week awarded the Tampa Housing Authority $63,714 as part of $568,170 that was awarded to the state HUD mandated the funds be used to find jobs that lead pub lic housing residents toward economic independence T H. A. spokesperson, Lillian Stringer, said they will use the funds for their Family Self-Sufficiency Program "Our goal is to help free resi dents from the welfare system. They sign a plan and commit ment that within 5 years they will become self-sufficient. During that period, they can do what they need to do to achieve self-sufficiency "Whatever plan they submit '1-vill be reviewed and then we will step in to assist them and provide the resource they need." In January, T. H A. received 150 ,111 for a similar program LILLIAN STRINGER T. H. A. Spokesperson "T'' r-0 ::tl that provided the means for C )> self-sufficiency. en Mrs. Stringer said 200 m Section 8 residents are currently involved in the program. z Also to clarify a point, T H. m r; A will be getting millions in aJ Stimulus Funds but none of c:: those dollars can be used for the Central Park Vtllage project. z ., c:: aJ !: CJ) % m c m < m ::tl < -t c:: m CJ) c )> z c "T'' c Referral Service (813) 495-3702 1-866-352-4200

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en g Editorials & Columns N N :J: 0 a: <( == > < c UJ w :) t-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248 -1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member ot" National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York 1990 94 CP Timelnlernational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid AI Tampa, FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVEATISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriplions-$44 ()().6 Months Both Editions : $87.oo-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on edlloriel pages ollhis MWspape< by Columnists 01 Guest Writers clo not necess-ily reflect the editorial Slance ol The SenUnel Bulletin 01 the Publishe<. Federal Ban on Assault weapons Needed We pick no fight with certain Americans, including some of our readers, who oppose gun con-e trol. But will someone please give us one good a; reason why American citizens need to own their person "al AK-47s. The recent deaths of four Oakland, California C police officers by a man wielding an assault weapon are four reasons why assault weapons should banned from public consumption in our country. Moreover, a since 1998, more than. 100 law enforcement officers and UJ countless citizens have been killed by high-powered, semi-automatic pistols and handguns. tIn the meantime, we extend our condolences to the > families of the four Oakland police officers killed in a a: w recent traffic stop and subsequent shootout by a prison Gj parolee. Using an assault weapon, the parolee with pre C vious convictions, was able to wreak mayhem and murW der on that city's. streets. A question looms like smoke: How did he come by such a weapon? :::; In 1994, former president Bill Clinton signed a law that a:l placed a ten-year ban on the sale of semi-automatic assault weapons as well as the manufacture of 19 other z kinds of weapons. In 2004, then president George W. Bush and Congress allowed the bill to expire. In fact, last ..J June, a bill seeking to reinstate the assault weapon ban ..J was overrnled by the Congressional Subcommittee on :) a:1 Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security. We were not .:. surprised. Thankfully, part of Pres. Barack Obama's current i= administrative agenda includes the reinstatement of the Z federal assault weapons ban. Last month, newly sworn in Attorney General Eric Holder reconfirmed the Obama c( initiative. The time.is now. No one else needs to die. We C applaud our new president for working to do away with ii: an old evil. 0 ..J "'The LIIV ledbener Law C onld it be you're not familiar with the name Lily Ledbetter? No relation to Huddy Leadbetter the. famous blues man Uly Ledbetter was employed at the Goodyear plant in Gadsden, Alabama, where she worke4.as a for years. . Being one of onlyVfew femille supervisors at the plant and facing almost continuous sexual harassment, Ms. Ledbetter had often SWipected she was also unequally paid, in comparbon to her male counterparts. She later discovered her ..upiclons were well-founded only after she received an anonymous letter outlining the salaries of three male managen. In response, Uly flied a lawsuit through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and after an experience that would surely have made anenviable Lifetime televiaion drama, Uly Ledbetter received mllUon in compensatory and punitive damages. But the story doesn't end here. During the end of his first 30 days in office, President lltlt Barack Obama signed a bill, which restored workers' w abilities to challenge unequal pay. Under the law, each CJ time a victim of pay discrimination (whether based on gender, race, etbnlcity, religion or national origin) Preparing For The Future T he state of the econo my remains foremost on everyone's mind. However, one aspect of life is oblivious to the economy -Mother Nature. On last Friday, March 20th, at 7:45 a.m., the first day of spring was observed. With its arrival comes the dry season --where we must be con scious of fires, and hurricane season quickl y follows As a result of th e eco nomy m os t people will n o t b e able t o run o ut and purc hase ite m s they will n ee d to h ave o n h a nd Th e r efore, it is impe r a tiv e that w e start early Each h o u sehold should make a supreme effort to purchase something for it s disaster kit --beginning right now When shopping for groceries, find the sales where canned goods are buyone-get-one free Then take the extra can and put it aside. Within a matter of weeks, you will have at least started accumulating non-perishable food Of course, people who are stretching dollars now will probably feel this is impossible But it is possi ble I f you think about it the buy-one-get-one -free canned goods are selling at the regu lar pric e So, you will pay t h e sa m e price, you just get mor e for your money. If bottled water is no longer o n your sho pping list, then save empty bottles to store water. Plastic bottles sold in vendin g machines work best because the plastic is more durable Empty H awaiia n punch gallon containers are mu c h better than mil k contai n ers because they won't crack eas-ily In fact, if you have extra space in the freezer, water can be frozen. Just make sure that you wash the bottles and rinse them thoroughly before freezing the You can thaw this water and drink it if the need arises. In a time of a power out age, the water-will help keep your frozen food items cold longer, making the frozen water serve two purposes. W e must realize quickl y that no matter what your b eliefs, you need to make prepara tions in order to s urvive This is one of those situa tions where the old adage of "Necessity B ein g The Mother oflnvention is true We can t depend on the government to do this for us H elp will come, but we must help o ursel ves until it arrives So the more you know the better you can prepare. Blacks' Newfound Political Muscles S o many Blacks f e lt that we would not have a Black President o f the U nited States any tim e soo n But we flexed our political muscles and made it h appen. Y es, we had h elp. Whites, Latinos, Hispanics, Indians a nd so m a n y others h e lped to bring about this hi storic event. But Bla c ks must be given special accolades. Blacks regist e red and voted in record numbers. When the voting was over and all counted up, Blacks felt good For the fir_st tifll e they .. felt that their vote counted and they knew they did. It clearly showed that Blacks have the political muscles to influence and to make a dif ference in the election process However, we must not spend the rest of our lives basking in the glory of our recent political coup. There is much work still to be done We must stay alert, stay involved and keep making our vote coun t Life in the United States is politics How ca n we live in this country a nd expect to be successful and not be involved in politics? How do we expect to get our voices h ea rd a nd to get our needs addressed and not be involved in politics? Right here in Tampa and Hillsborough County there are s ome important elections coming up and we very much need to be involved in them We must register now to vote and then s how up at the polls and vote. The political process and political decisions did not stop ':Vith the election of President Barack Obama. Coming up in 2010, a Mayor of the City of Tampa has to be elected, county com missioners, state legislators, congressional delegates city council members and school board members must be elected and we have got to be involved. We must have a voice in saying who will rep resent us We have to get used to flexing our newfound political muscles ever y time the opportunity presents itself. We have always had these political muscles. President Barack Obama just helped us to discover them and to learn to use them . The presi dential election can t be the last time we will collectively in massive numbers use o'Ur political musCles. One thing need to is to elect an African American Mayor of this city We have never bad one and peed to en a _this l>Y. hf,vjng Blacks run for mayor and have Blacks vote for a quali fied candidate We have political muscles and we know it. But let us remember the age-old adage that if you don't use it, you lose it. Folks, you need to register and prepare yourself to vote in all elections. received a paycheck, and if it was an act of discrimination, the victim would have t8o days from the issuance of that paycheck to ftle a discrlmination claim, reversing an earlier Supreme Court decision. What was the name of the bill? It was called the Uly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. And now you know the rest of the story. Who says there are no more happy end.lnp?

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Local FAMU's 8th P residentls Kevnote Speaker For Local Orange And Green Gala DR. FREDERICKS. HUMPHRIES The Plant City Chapter of the Florida A & M University (FAMU) Alumni Association will raise money for scholarships with its 5th annu al golf tournament. The Orange & Green Golf Tournament is Saturday, March 28th at Rogers Park Golf Course with an 8 a. m. tee time. There is a fee. Lunch will be served at the golf tournament. A few weeks later, FAMU's past President, Dr. Frederick S. Humphries will be the fea tured speaker for the 5th Annual Orange & Green Gala on Saturday, April 18th. The gala is at the new Embassy Suites in Brandon (I-75 and State Road 6o). Registration for the golf tournament and gala ticket information is available at www.plantcityrattlers.com, email publici typrol@gmail.com or call (813) 903 -9257. Author Advises Writers To Impression' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Lynn Tolliver is not one to sit back and wait to see what direction his life will take. He knew at an early age that he wanted to become a writer and set about making that happen. He didn't know how to break into the field, but with persistence and with perseverance, he his goal. Now, as a published author, Tolliver shares his experiences with others. His latest release in book form is entitled H.O.P.E. The book. explores the subject of death in a collection of stories from others who have lost loved ones. Tolliver was inspi_red to write the book after his mother, the late Mrs. Frances TolliVer, died in February 2007. "I wrote the book and decided to include the stories after hearing about other people's expe riences on death. Everyone who has read H.O.P.E. comes away with a different feeling about it. People felt inspired, they felt a burden had been lifted. If I'm able to help one person, then I feel I've accomplished something." He has also created a CD entitled, "This Dying Thing," on the subject as well. Although Tolliver is now firmly entrenched in the business of writing, be warned that fin ishing the book is only the first step as an author. "You still have to promote your product . You are competing with other authors and you must make an impression. You must do exten. sive publishers to find the right one." J , Everyone has to someplace and self p\Jblishing is an option if you are willing to work at it. You must have a networking system, expand it, a Schooi .Aiumni. Meetings .. 111111181 Class RIUIIII We're looking for folks from Dunnellon Florida I Chatmire for the Hard Rock, Booker T. Washington and Dunnellon High Schools Class Reunion. The reunion will be held July 3-5, 2009 in Dunnellon. For information on the reunion please con tact: Carla BOfltiek WilHam at (813) 8573208 or Wayne Hunter at (813) 22o-3423 LYNN TOLLIVER . .Author, Announcer, and Songwriter look at you," Tolliver said. Tolliver said he tried to write his first book while still in high school. But, be realized be wasn't quite ready. But, be never abandoned the idea of becoming a published author. A native of Cleveland, Ohio Tolliverhas established himself as a songwriter ("I Need A Freak" and "My Humps"), author, and radio announcer. He launched his career in broadcasting in 1968. Tolliver moved to Tampa four years ago and continues to ply his trade as an author and songyniter. The fathe.; of 4 children and 3 grandchildren is of Methodist faith. As for his future, Tolliver plans to further sharpen his entrepreneurship and plans to con tinue writing. til alake Class 011970 Meedll Pllllld The Class of 1970 will have their meet ing to start the planning of their 40t reunion in 2010 All interested class members are asked to meet at the Temple Terrace Golden Corral for the initial meet and greet Saturday, March th 28 9:30 a. m. For additional information call Mamie Vemon-IJles at (813) 626-4558 or Antonia Barber (813) 621-8745. c: m en c Students Take Part In ACT-SO Competition 3: > ::D 0 :I: On Saturday, March 28th, students from throughout Hillsborough County will compete in the Annual ACTSO Competition that will be held at Blake High School in the Perfonning Arts Center, 9 a m. until 1 p. m. The awards ceremony will take place on Sunday at Tampa Bay Technical High School Auditorium, 4 p.m. until 5 p.m. The Academic, Cultural, Technological, and Scientific Olympics, known as ACT SO, was created in 1978 by Vernon Jarrett, an African American journalist who worked in newspaper, televi sion and radio. Jarrett was also an influential commen tator on race relations, politics and African American history Shortly after its inception, the NAACP brought the pro gram to Hillsborough County. A yearlong enrich ment program, it allows high school students the opportu nity to demonstrate their academic, artistic, and scien tific skills. The students compete in the areas of the sciences, humanities, performing arts, visual arts, and busine.ss (Entrepreneurship). There are a total of 26 categories of competition. This year, the national competition will be held in New York City, New York. Some of the past ACT-SO winners on a are: Bernard "B. K." Jackson, Alfred Sheppard, Justus Roberts, II, Jasmine Myers, Jasmine Roberts, Ashley Morrow, Rodrick Snells, Velette Mouton, Bryan Williamson, Eric David Stewart, and Phillip Howse. 1\) 0 0 CD The students have the opportunity to compete for scholarships, computer-S, and "TI other prizes. 6 The purpose of the compe::D tition is to encourage youngsters to excel, to recognize en the academic and talent m achievement of African American students, and provide them with the skill tools to establish their goals. z :::! z m r:m c: r r-!!I z Anyone wishing to obtain additional information can visit the NAACP website at Applications can be obtained from school guidanee counm selors or from the Hillsborough County Branch :::1: NAACP Office, (813) 2348683. m City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted :a at (813) 248-1921. or by e-mail iholton@fisenc: tinel.com rn c ?< > z c ., ::D c ?< T.O.B.A. Tampa Organization of Black Affairs I l.) .. Membership Orientation Satnrday, Marh 28, 2009 10:00 A.M. -12 Noon AKA House 412 E. 7th Avenue Tampa Florida 3 3 602 ... is a vibrant organizaion with a vision to impact .and improve the Afircan American community To make this vision a reality WE NEBD YOU! We need your input! We need your contnbution Oh the committee of your choice! Membership applications will be available at the meeting. Refreshments Will Be Served -(813) 874TOBA(8622) Visit Our webistc : www.toba network .org

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0) Local ..,; C\1 :r: (.) a: < :E >"' lite Hasn't Been Easv For Fire Victim < 0 (/) w ::: tMARYLYNN LEE I f it weren't for the heroic act of Marylynn Lee's son, Charles, she might have died in a May 2003 house fire Although her son was able to get her out of the burning house, she sustained severe injuries and was hospi C talized for about a month. ii: Since 2003, Ms. Lee has I.L. been in and out of the hospi0 tal, and is still experiencing various health problems that > have not allowed her to sus-a tain any kind of employment. (J) "I haven't been able to get any assistance from the govternment other than coverage > on some of my medical ffi expenses. As far as housing is > w 0 w :r: (J) concerned and other essen tials, I've just been going day to-day." Ms. Lee said she's virtually sold all of her personal belongings just to keep a roof over her head "My children are all adults now and gone on to live their own lives They have families of their own and don't have anything extra to help me. As a matter of fact, they are still coming to me asking for help with their problems. "I know the economy is bad, and everyone is tightening up, but I still want to appeal to anyone out there who can help me get back on my feet to reach out." Ms. Lee said what she needs the most is housing. She has attempted to secure public housing, but said she's on a long waiting list. "I would love to have anoth er house, but I know that's not possible right now. I also understand that it would do me no good to get a house and not b e able to keep it up Ms. Lee said anyon e who can h e lp h e r g e t ba c k on her feet can contact her at P. 0 Box 19074, Tampa, Florida 33686. :J m ::: D. "The Voice of Our Community z tu ...J ...J ::: m _J w z i= z w (/) < 0 a: 0 ...J I.L. Speaking for Itself Students Graduate From FBI Junior Special Agent Academv 2009 0 n Wednesday, March uth, twenty-five students from Greco and Van Buren Middle Schools partici pated in a graduation ceremo ny of completion for the FBI Junior Special Agent Academy 2009. The event was held at the FBI Tampa Office, 5525 W. Gray Street, at 6 p.m. During the six-week FBI Junior Special Agent Program the students learned about counter intelligence, esplr onage, cyber crimes, FBI careers, and violent crimes, evidence response team The students met once each week at Greco Middle School. The FBI presentations also stressed obtaining a good education, living healthy and drug free, and abstaining from involvement with gangs, violent and criminal beha'>'ior The students were presented a certificate that will enable them to get into any FBI field office in the nation. Dr. Joann Redden, Principal of Van Bure n Middle School said Our stu d ents have b een giv e n the opportunity of a lifetime a s Jr. FBI Agents Being a part of such a pre stigious organiza tion not only teaches them about remaining drug free but als o ab o ut makin g good choices in life. Our Junio r Age nts \viii als o s erv e as FBI Ambassadors in and around the State of Florida Th e s tu dents are also aware that the y can grow up to be adult FBI Agents, too. Ross Anderson, Reading Resource Teacher, Van Buren Middle School, The young ladies who successfully completed the Junior FBI Academy recently are: Brianna Henderson, Jonisha Sharp, Chantal knighten, Marlanda Jean Baptiste, Natasha Joseph, and Malikah Cross. The young men who successfully completed the Junior FBI Academy recently are shown on the front Row: Dereck Boulden, Nickerson Cerome, and Salavador Monroy. Shown on the back row are: Shyheem Barthel, Bryon Wright, Widens Cajuste, and Johnathan Grifft:ith. said, "lt"s all about seeing beyond what your eyes can see. We have some of the brightest young men and women in East Tampa and it's really great to see the business community reaching out to our students e specially law enforcement. This has been more than an educational experience. but an experience of a lifetime for these stu dents." Ms. Carol Michalik, Public Affairs Specialist with the FBI opened the program with the Welcoine and Pledge of Allegiance. Sister Anne Dougherty, FBI Chaplain, gave the Invocation 1 Following a buffet, Ms. Michalik introduced Christopher Davis, Assistant Special Agent in Charge as the keynote Speaker. Aaron Barrett, of Greco Middle School, and Wildens Cajuste, of Van Buren Middle School, made special presentations. Steven E. Ibison, Special Agent in Charge, conducted the swear ing-in ceremony and presented the students with their awards and certificates. Jonathan Miller, of Gulf Coast Community Care, was the Program Director The following students from Greco Middle School completed the six-week course required to become Junior FBI Agents: Aaron Barrett, Jasmyne Bostick, Dereck Boulden, Jake Brady, Aaliyah El-Amin, Daitana Emanuel, Delroy Fan fair, Trevor Garmon, and Juan Prieto The following students from Van Buren Middle School completed the sixweek course required to become Junior FBI Agents: Boulden, Wildens Cajuste, Nickerson Cerome, Malikah Cross, Jonathan Griffith, Jonathan, Bria na Henderson, Marlanda Jean-Baptiste, Natasha Joseph, Chantel Knighten, Monroy Alvarez Salvador, and Jonisha Sharp. The program was conducted by FBI Tampa, the Hillsborough Criminal Justice Department, and the Gulf Coast Community Care. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) .248-1921 or by e mail iholton@flsentinel.com.

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00 w a: Pictures From The Past Attending the A.K.A. Plaids and Jeans Dance were Retha Singleton and Uzzie Bowden. Family mcml>ers of Mrs. Dorothy Williams join her as she prepares to leave for a vacation. This is a past photo of New Members of Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. These young people, with a little adult Intervention, were learning how to cook.

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Entertainment Prince To Plav Three l.A. Shows In one Dav PRINCE LOS ANGELES Prince has a busy sched ule this week. In addition to performing three nights in a row ( March 25-27 ) on the "'Tonight Show with Jay Leno, the Purple One is scheduled to play three back-to-hack concerts at separate venues in Los Angeles on March 28. Prince is hoping the live appearances will help build anticipation for the March 29 release of his two new albums, "LOtUSFLOW3R" and "MPLSoUND." The two CDs, along with a third by new artist Bria Valente, will be availabl e as a three-disc set exclu sively through Target for a price of $11.98 Prince is also launching a fan subscription service called Lotusflow3r com For a f e e subscribers will g e t an as yet not fully outlin e d set of content that will include exclusive mus ic, video lyrics artwork and photos On March 28, Prince i s scheduled to perform thre e full-length concerts at Los Angeles' $2 5 billion L A Live sports and entertainment complex. Doors for the first show, at Nokia Theater L.A. Live will open at 5 : 30 p.m.; doors at the Conga Room open at 8 p.m. ; and doors at Club Nokia will open at 11 : 30 p m Kanve West Charged For lAI Pap Smear LOS We're guessing Kanye West and Jps hired guns will be doing everything to keep him out of L.A. County's version of love lockdown. The hitmaker was charged with three criminal misdemeanors in con nection with his arrest last September following a runin with a paparazzo at Los Angeles International Airport. The city attorney charged the 31-year-old rapper with one count each of vandalism, battery and grand theft after breaking the camera of a shutterbug as he made his way through LAX's Terminal Four on Sept. 11. West's business manager, Don Crawley, 33, faces two counts each of the same charges West wa s preparing to board a flight bound for Honolulu that morning when he was confronted by a two-man crew that con tinued to hound rum on hi s way to the TSA check point In the ensuing serum, West allegedly grabbe d something off the video camera wielded by one of the men and throwing it to the ground. Prosecutors claim Crawley forcibly wrestled away a still cam era, valued at $10,000, and smashed it. West and Crawley were detained, booked on suspi cion of felony vandalism and made a later flight to Hawaii. (And despite his promise of ranting about his side of the incident, West was strangely silent on his blog-presumably at the behest of his lawyer, Blair Berk. ) If convicted of the charges, the Graduation star could face a maximum of two and a half years in jail while his manager could pt up to five years. Obama's A Hit On Leno PRES. BARACK OBAMA -LOS ANGELES -Heeeere's Barackl President Obama's Thursday summit with Jay Leno gave the Tonight Show its bigg est ov ernight r atings since Leno paid tribute to the late Johnny Carson in January 2005 NBC s aid Now That's Econ o mi c Stimulus: Obama's appearance the fir s t late night gig for a s itting pre s i dent likewise boosted Late Night and Last Call to those shows best num bers since 2005 Bftlce Willis nes Knot With Underwear Model BRUCE WILLIS And Wife, EMMA HERRING LOS ANG E L E S Film star Bruce Willis, 54, o f Di e H a rd f a m e, has ti e d the kno t with m o d e l Emma Heming, in a Caribbean i s land c e remony attended by his e x -wife Demi Moore and their three daughters his spokesman said Moore's husband, Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher was al s o a t the event in the Turks and Caicos islands, the spokesman said Heming, 32, is a model for the racy "Victoria's Secret," line of lingerie. US televi s ion said the A list celebrity guests included pop queen Madonna. Moore, 46, was married to Willis from 1987 to 2000. The couple had three daughters, Rumer, 20, Scout, 17, and Tallulah Belle, 15. After her marriage to WUii broke up, she mar ried Kutcher, 31, in 2005. Miracles Do Happen On Hollvwood Walk Of Fame Members of the Motown group, 'The Miracles' are honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on Friday, March 20, 2009. From left: William 'Smokey' Robinson, Warren 'Pete' Moore, Claudette Robinson, and Robert 'Bobby' Roberts. A number of their -t c: m (J) c l< 3:: )> ::0 0 :I: N N 0 0 U) LOS ANGELES -Now when Smokey Robinson walks in Hollywood, he'll have two stars to dust off. Robinson was on hand Friday as The Miracles received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The group's frontman was previously honored with a star for his solo work.. Motown contemporaries were present, including "'TT Stevie Wonder, Motown r founder Berry Gordy, and original Supremes mem)>6 ber Mary Wilson. I've had a star for the last 20 years or so, and it is way, way, way way over due" for The Miracles, Robinson s aid A number of events this year mark the 50th z anniversary of the legi endary Motown record m label. Recently in Detroit, t;"' Gordy and Robinson joined the American Idol rfinalists to tape a segment J;; set to air this Wednesday. ::! z "'0 c: ------------------------------------------CD r-"' J I : . \ :-. -i .. -' The Voice ofOur Community Speaking for lr self' 1 Sea-.aeiBuiietin (813) 248-1921 c;; :J: m c m < m ::0 < -t c: m (/) c )> z c "'TT ::0 6

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0) Sports .. Stallwonh Ahornev Denies That-wR Was Drunk When :E c a: u. c z ct Q tn w :: ... ft w > w Q w ::c tn :J rD :::: Q. z _. ..1 :: m ...:. w z !i w tn i a: g u.. 0 ... w A; Hining Pedestrian DONTE STALLWORTH MIAMI --Authorities have yet to release blood tests for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth,. who authorities say fatally struck a pedestrian in Miaini Beach a week ago Meanwhile, his attorney is denying media reports that the tests show Stallworth was driving drunk. Christopher Lyons sai d Saturday that neither police nor the state attorney's office have r e leased the results of toxicology tests. They have not said specifically wh e n they will be released The Miami H erald and local TV news, citing unnamed people, have reported that Stallworth's blood-alcohol level was above Florida's legal limit. A Miami Beach polic e spokesman says the blood test results won't be released until the investi gation is closed Stallworth hasn't b ee n charged. Alleged Drug Dealer Denies Selling Drugs To Broncos' Buckhalter C9REifBUCKHALTER MEDIA, PA --An alleged drug dealer in sub urban Philadelphia testified that he did not sell marijuana to Denver Broncos running back Correll Buckhalter. That contr.adicts the word of a who tes1i. tified Thursday that he was listening on wiretaps when Buckhalter called the suspect, 36-year-old Styles Beckles of Clifton Heights Trooper Scott John Miscannon also says a notation on a ledger in Styles' house indicates Buckhalter bought marijuana from him. Beckles is on trial in Delaware County on charges of drug possession and intent to deliver drugs. A prosecutor says Beckles initially admitted selling marijuana to Buckhalter. Buckhalter, a former Philadelphia Eagle, denies buying drugs from ">Beekles. He has nat been 813.247.5128 lions To Retire Smith's No. 93 For2009 COREY SMITH RICHMOND, VA The Detroit Lions will retire the number 93 for the 2009 football season in memory of pla;yer Corey Smith, one of three men lost when their fishing boat capsized off the Florida Gulf Coast three weeks ago Lions player development director Galen Duncan told several hundred mourners in Smith's hometown church Saturday that Smith's number would b e retired for a year in honor of a player of extraordinary heart and competitive drive. "I want to tell you something about Corey Smith playing with pain, Duncan said of Smith, who played with such abandon that high school teammates called him the Tasmanian Devil. "I'd tell the coaches, 'You've got to watch Corey because he's not going to tell you be's burt'," said Duncan, whom Smith befriended in his three season in Detroit. "If you cou ld see the way thi man worked." 'The HJice of Our Communirv Speaking for (813) 248 .. 192 Ravens' lewis savs He Never Had Anv Intention Otleavinu Baltimore OWINGS MILLS, Md. Ray Lewis said Thursday that during his brief expe rience as a free agent that h e was just flirting" with the idea of ending his career with another team. But in the e nd a sevenyear contract offer from the Ra vens, and the ability to cement his legacy in Baltimore, turned out to be too much to turn down It a lso happe n e d to be the best deal on the table So after the 10-time Pro Bowl linebacker tested the free agent market be ulti mately signed the deal he initially received from Baltimore. Now Lewis will almost assuredly finish his NFL career where it start ed. It was Lewis' first expe rience as a free agent since being drafted in 1996 by the Ravens, and be liked the idea of at least getting an idea of his worth "The bottom line is, was it ever a d ecision for me to leave Baltimore? I don't RAY LEWIS think so," Lewis said. "I've watched great ones make that mistake. I've watched them walk out and try to chase something else that wasn't real." Lewis signed the contract with Baltimore on March 10, but the team waited until Thursday to hold a press conference so the 33-year-old Lewis could be joined by owner Steve Bisciotti, general manager Ozzie Newsome and coach John Saints Cut Veteran McKenZie NEW ORLEANSThe New Orleans Saints have cut cornerback Mike McKenzie. The 32-year-old McKenzie played five sea sons with the Saints after the team acquired him in a 2004 trade with Green Bay. The 11-year veteran started 62 of the 63 games in which he played for New Orlean with 225 tackles ( 167 solo), 58 passPs defended, 12 intercep tions and one forced fumble Saints general manager Mickey Loomis snid Thursday's decision to r e lease McKenzie was dif ficult "Mike has been a standout performer for the Saint. s both on and off the field during his career with the Saints," Loomis said. "We wish him well in his future." The past two seasons were tough for McKenzie, who suffe red a torn anterior cruciate ligament in the lnst home game of the 2007 season against Philadelphia He returned MIKE MCKENZIE for the 2008 season, playing seven games before fracturing his right kneecap while making a tackle in November against the Atlanta Falcons. He was placed on injured reserve, ending his season. McKenzie had spent part of the offseason rehabilitAting and working out in New Orleans, and was seen at several recent New Orleans Hornets games. Releasing McKenzie also could help the Saints remain under the salary cap. He was scheduled to make more than $4.5 mil lion in 2009.

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Sports Amare Wearing Goggles 'From Here On Out' AM.ARE STOUDEMIRE For the first time since Alvin Gentry's debut as Suns coach returned joy to the locker room, Amare Stoudemire walked back there an hour before Saturday's game. Wearing tortoise-trimmed Louis Vitton sunglasses for style and protection to his surgically repaired right eye, Stoudemire set off another party of player cheers and joined chants of the Se ven Nation Army" hymn the team brought back from Italy's soccer fans two seasons ago. Stoudemire's return was not symbolic of a n imminent return. He merely has be e n permitte d to attend games after living protectiv e ly following F eb. 20 surgery to repair a detached retina that put his eyesight in danger. "I can understand how a lot of the guys, when they retire, it's kind of tough getting used to not being around the team and playing bas ketball," Stoudemire said. "It's been very tough for me. I've been watching closely." After surgery, two weeks of bedrest, a lot of reality television shows and Daddy Day Care" with his three kids, Stoudemire said he should be 100 percent in one to two months. When he does return to the court, it will be with protec tive eyewear for good this time. "Absolutely, seal the deal," he said "I'm wearing goggles from here on out. It's funny I talked to my trainer when I was about to put those Oakley goggles down I said, 'What are the odds of me getting poked in the eye again if I didn't wear these goggles'?" Grandmom: I've Turned Son over Til currv's lawvers EDDY CURRY ClllCAGO -The grand mother of Eddy Curry's 3year-old son on Thursday night obeyed a Cook County judge's order to transfer custody of the child to the New York Knicks player, hours after telling a newspaper that she planned to flee with the boy. "Losing my grandson is the latest tragedy for our family," Yolan Henry said in a statement. "Hopefully, there is no misunderstanding about the legal exchange of Noah to his father, but as his grand mother I only have the best interest of Noah at heart," she said. Cook County sheriff's office spokesman Steve Patterson' confirmed Henry handed the boy over late Thur13day "We had several conversa-tions with Yolan Henry throughou t the evening and around 9 : 20 p m Thursday, she agreed to comply with the judge's order," Patterson said. "We met her in downtown Chicago and at 11:30 p.m. we facilitated an orderly transfer of the child to the Curry family, as the judge ordered." Henry has had custody of the boy since her daughter, Nova, and infant granddaughter, Ava, were fatally shot in their Chicago town house in January. Noah Curry was there but unharmed. Judge Fe Fernandez on Thursday ordered Henry to turn the boy over to his father's attorneys. Curry, who was at the courthouse on Thursday, declined to comment after the judge's ruling. Henry told the Chicago Tribune after the hearing that she considered h e rself to be "on the run." She sai d she was trying to protect Noah Curry, not kidnap him. "I feel that it' s unfair to subject this child to a turnover when h e doesn't know the parties he is b ei ng turne d ove r to," s h e told the Tribune. "We are forced to be fugitives. Price, Ravs Stille Yanks DAVID PRICE PORT CHARLOITE, FL --The Tampa Bay Rays aren't budging on their stance that a decision on where top pitching prospect David Price b egi n s the season will not necessarily be based on the l eft-bande r' s spring training performanc e. The No. 1 pick in the 2007 amateur draft. worked four scoreless innings in a 5-0 victor y Sunday that snapped the New York Yankees' nine-game exhibi tion winning streak. Ewing Wants Chance To Coach PATRICK EWING Magic assistant Patrick Ewing, disappointed he djd not g t an interview for the Knicks vacancy las t summer, is hoping ome thlng works out thjs offsea son. Ewing, the Knicks great who will be honored tomor row night at the Garden along with other legends, has been an assistant for six seasons. "I hope so Ewing told The Post last night before the Magic hosted the Knicks. "I trunk every assistant coach in this leagu e would lov e to get an opportunity. Herb [Williams] would lov e to get som e interviews, too. We're not in it just to be assistants our whole career. W e would love to have the opportunjty to b a head coach. Either him or myself hop fully will g t an opportunity thi sum mer." "I'v coached under great coaches. I playe d with gr at coach Hop fully my resume will be ufficient to warrant a job BEAUTY UNLIMITED FUNTAVIA As the month of March approaches an end, we decided to bring you a really fantastic Beauty Unlimited feature, Funtavia. This young lady is a 20-year old, 5'7" Taurus and says her hobbies are modeling, writing and reading. In the future, Funtavia wants to become a famous writer. 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0) Funeral/Memoriam -i' N J: (.) a: <( :! c a: LL c z < c (J) w => 1> a: w > w c w J: (J) :::; m => a. z i= w ..J ..J => m w z i= z w (J) < e a: 0 ..J LL N ..... ,-------j I Ray -------MR. JEREMIAH WILLIAMS Mr. J e r emia h Williams of 2129 W. St. J oseph Street, Tampa, p asse d away Tuesday, M a .rch 17, 2009. Funeral services will b e con d ucte d Tuesd ay, March 24, 2009, at 1 p. m. a t New Progress Missionary Baptist Church, 3307 Shadowlawn Street, with Reverend E. J. Williams, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in New Hope Cemetery, Greenwood, Florida. Mr. Williams was a native of Jackson County and a resident of Tampa for 40 years. He attended Jackson COunty Public Schools and was a member of New Progress Missionary Baptist Church. He was employed as a supervisor at Aramark. Mr. Williams was preceded in death by: one son, Leon Williams; and one grandson, Eric. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Ella Mae Williams; daughters, Lillie Williams and Donna Williams (Alton}, all of Tampa; son, Jeremiah Williams, Jr. of Leesburg, FL; grandchildren, Timothy, Robert, Elaine, Jeremiah, III, Ronesha, Rochelle, and, Dominique; sisters, Lillie Jennings and Dora Black. both of Greenwood, FL; 12 great grandchildren; brothers-in-law, Benjamin Lofton and Curtis Lofton; sisters-inlaw, Caretha Williams, Helen Royal, Willie Bell Lofton, Josephine Starkes, Adline Lofton, Barbara Lofton, Ola B. Lofton and Leola Lofton; aunt, Mary G lenn of Malone, FL; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends, including the LifePath Hospice Staff at South T ampa Health and Rehab Center. The remains reposed from 4-8 p m., Monday, March 23, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N Howard Avenue Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Harnl<>tl Fune r a l Home J ohn W H a rmon L F .D. James Hormo. n L. F D 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 "A Family Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner B IRTHDAY MEMORIAM FRANCINA STEVENS BIG MAMA' Death Notices AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Lula Johnson, Tampa. Mr. Robert Harvis Tampa. Mrs. Cathrine Johnson Tampa. Mr. Eugene Miller, Tampa. Mrs. Karen Turnbull, Cincinnati, Ohio. EVERETT-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Rev. Theodis Goggins, Jr., 6210 South 12th Street. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Cynthia Harrold Burr, Tampa. Mrs. Mary Causey, Tampa Mr. Otis Lee Johnson, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Curtis Alle n Wimauma, FL. Mrs Helen Williams, Tampa. M.r J eremiah Williams, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Marilyn Oneil Munro e Nueau, Bahamas. Mrs. Ira Lee Sutton, Tau:npa M s Maude Rae Akins W aters, Tampa. Suh..,cdlw ."Th e \I! J ice o f Our Communit y Speaking f o r ltse(f" 813) 248-192 has rro vtdod tho hlgho.t ot r d In !uoo r a l sorylcos lor OVQ! 70 yonrs Ray Williams Funeral Homo Rhodet .\ fo.h>rthcm, Own@' I 301 N Awtnua V TAmp" Fl 33600 Ph: (813) 2 5 3-3419 Fax (/lfJJ 2514'11;:' r:mml r.1V'Wt1sCJ11nnt National Police: Alleged Shooter Had A Historv 01 Street Violence OAKLAND, CA --The man who allegedly killed three Oakland police officers and left a fourth brain dead was well known to local authorities as a violent felon who was being sought on a no-bail warrant for a parole violation, according to the acting police chief. Lovell Mixon, 27, report edly had been pulled over for a routine traffic stop by Oakland motorcycle officer Sgt. Mark Dunakin at 74th Ave and MacArthur Blvd. at about 1 :08 p m Saturday. Dunakin called for back up and officer John Hege had answered that call and was also at the scene, according to acting police chief Howard Jordan. Then as one of the two officers was returning to his motorcycle, sources say, Mixon allegedly got out of his car and opened fire with an automatic weapon The deadly volley left Dunakin fatally wounded and Hege with a head wound that has rendered him brain dead. "When he was pulled over he knew he was a wanted felon, the police may not," retired FBI profiler Candice Delong told KTVU. "He simply got out of the car and opened fire ... They never had a chance saaltatlon Walter lllled Ia Jab II Clllllrl CONYERS, GA. Rockdale County authorities said a 34-year-old Decatur man_ was struck and kHled when a car pinned him against the rear of a delivery truck as he unloaded a trash can. The accident happened Friday morning on Georgia Highway 138 . Sheriffs Chief Deputy Rob Cordero said Shawn Robertson died a t Rockdal e M edical C enter from hi s injuri e s Cordero said Robertson worke d for Curbside Was t e S ys t e m s in Covington He was struck by a 2008 Dodge Charger. The 22year-old driver of the vehi cle, whose name was not immediately released, was treated at Atlanta M e dical C e nter. Cordero snid no charg es were file d, but the investi gation was incompletP Sunday. WVELLMIXON Jordan told KTVU a no bail warrant had previously been issued for Mixon. "We know he had an extensive history of violence," Jordan said. "He been committed to the state penitentiary for shooting someone H e had a no-bail warrant (out) for a parole violation at the time of the shooting. That's all we know at this time." The alleged gunman had served five years in state prison for an armed assault during a carjacking. He was back behind bars last year for a parole violation. Mixon then allegedly ran up the street to an apartment house where his sister lived He barricaded himself in a closet with an AK-47 assault rifle and allegedly waite d to ambush fqr p o lice "We re c e i ved information as to t h e whereabouts o f where the suspect was," Oakland p o li ce sp okesman Jeff Thomason said. "We had SWAT officers go into that building and that's where the shooting took place." Mixon opened fire on the SWAT team through a clos-et wall. He died in the' elisuing gun battle as did SWAT officers Ervin Romans, 42, and Daniel Sakai, 35. Delong wondered who called in the tip and if it set a trap for the officers. "One of the things I question is who called in the anonymous tip," the former profiler said. "Where did it come from? Was it a trap?"' Meanwhile, Mixon's family was trying to defuse the public perception of the Oakland being "a monster." '"I do.n't want people to think he's a monster." said Enjoli Mixon, the man's sister. "He's just not. Meanwhile his grandmother, Mary Mixon, offered condolences to the officers' family. "Our hearts and prayers go out to the officers' families; she said "This shouldn't have happened/' For01er Band Me11ber Found Dead IIIIIIPster ATLANTA -LeShon Douglas Sr. is heartbro ken over the loss of his son LeShonJr. The 20-year-old's body was found inside a Dumpster Wednesday afternoon in Taylor County, nearly 90 miles from his mother's home in Snellville and his father's home iri Marietta. Coroner Gary Lowe s aid the victim s body had been in the trash bin about 10 hours before a waste collector found it. Th e tras h bin was on Ga. 137 south of Atlanta between Columbus and Macon. LeShon Sr. said he knew something was wrong when he received a call from the Georgia Bureau of I nvcstigation. "I just knew in my stom ach that it wasn't going to be good." said LeShon Sr. LeShon Sr. dl'srrilwcl LESHON JR. his son as a charismatic teen with high hopes of pUFsuing a Careet in the-ater and cosn:ietology. His son had moved hi with his mother in Snellville about a week ago, and was attending a school to become a hair stylist. "He wa.nted to be in the ater, movies. Being out front was his thing," said LeShon Sr.

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Crime Pro Football Plaver Charged With Domestic Violence CORNELL GREEN Tampa Police charged fonner Tampa Bay Buccaneer and current Oakland Raider Offensive Lineman, Corey Green, 32, with aggravated bat tery/domestic violence Saturday evening. Police said Green got into a heated argument with Teriyonal Ebony Flowers, 30, that turned violent. Green reportedly destroye d property within the house and s lammed Flowers against a wall. According to r eports, Green is alleged to have grabbed an aluminum mop handled and struck Flowers at least once on her arm. After the incident, Green fled the home in his vehicle. Police learned Green had a flight to Oakla.nd planned for 5 : 30 p.m. out of Tampa International Airport (TIA). Police contacted TIA Police and Green was arrested. He was later released on a bond of $5,000. Green, 6'7" tall and weighing 320 pound and Flowers, have two chil dren together, police said. Man Convicted 01 Former Girlfriend's Murder JOSE TORRES RODRIGUEZ In one of the homicides that occurred in the West Tampa community last year, a jury found a man guilty of killing his ex-girl friend. Last Thursday, Jose Torres-Rodriguez, 56, was convicted of first degree murder, burglary with assault or battery and violating a domestic vio lence injunction. After he was arreste d for Uncle Sandy ays ..... 3 S "When o n e o r your dreams come true, 8 II, I 6 2 1 you beglo to look at 3 2 43, 55 the otbe n more carefully IRIS HERNANDEZMORALES violating the injunction, police said Torres Rodriguez threatened Iris Hernandez-Morales to keep her from testifying aga.inst him in court. Before Torres-Rodrig uez was scheduled for trial on June. 17, 2008, police said neighbors saw him rushing from his forme r girlfriend's West Tampa home. When HernandezMorale&, 315, didn't appear for the trial, police found her inside her home. She had been strangled. They also found two drops of blood that match Torres Rodriguez. Police had been dis patched five times to tlw residence for domesti c vio lence calls in tlw year before llel'nnnd(:.r,. Morales diPd Man Who Robbed Bank Sentenced To 22Years CORNELIUS BRYANT On Monday, U S District Judge Richard A. Lazzara has sentence d Cornelius Bryant, 30, to 22 years in federal prison on charge s of bank robb e r y and violati o n o f s u pe rvised r l e ase. Bryant had been f ound guilty by a jury o n D ce mb r 11, 200 8. Ac cording t o evide n ce presented a t t rial, on June 23, 2008, Bryant robbe d the Mid-Florida F e d eral Credit Union, 1551 East Gary Road in Lakeland. At the time Bryant was s rv in g a term o f f e d e r al s u pe r v ised r e lease f o r a prio r bank r o bb e r y con victio n in 2 002 Man Accused Of Purposelv Drowning Dog VOLUSIA COUNTY, FL --Police said a Volusia County ma.n drowned his dog on purpose in front of a crowd of eyewitnesses Friday, but h e won't go to ja.il for it. In Bruce Johnson was charged with a misdemeanor animal cruelty. Eyewitnesses were out raged, but the State Attorney's Office said it's all they could do Johnson has a long criminal history and Daytona Beach Police told Channel 9 that he's been arrested 35 times. People boats, in the park, saw the entire incident which happened along the intercostal waterway. Bruce Johnson never had to spend a day in jail for a crime witnesses told Chann e l 9 t hey will remember their entire lives. "It was one of t h e mo s t horrendous things 1 ever saw. It was horrible," said Santh Armstrong. Arrest Made In Domestic-Related Murder SANFORD ... charged with second degree murder for kicking a man to death. DAVID GROVE ... died from injuries sus tained during fight with Gloster. Gloster's estrange wife, who was also his ex-wife, who is also Grove's ex wife The two men started fighting on the front porch Last Thursday, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reported that a man had been found dead at a residence on Laure l Dale Drive. Investigators determined the man, later identified as David J. Grove, 49, had suffered trauma to the body of the residence and Grove was kicked and stomped to death with steel toe boots, r deputies said. After the g incident, Gloster left the A second man involved in what deputies said was a fight on the front porch of the residence was inter viewed No charges were filed at that time. Later that evening, detectives secure d an arrest warrant on a charge o f second degree murder f o r Sanford Gloster, 52 Detectives learned that Grove was li ving with scene. Detectives later learned Gloster lived in Pasco County and contacted the Pasco Counnty Sheriffs Office for assistance. Deputies responded to Gloster's Pasco County home and arrested him. He was also transported to a ho spital for injuries he sus tained during the fight with Grove. Authorities Ask For Help In ldentifVing Woman Usina Stolen Credh Card The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office i s asking for h elp in identifying a woman who used a stolen d ebit card to withdraw money from an ATM at Washington Mutual Bank, 2802 East Fletche r Avenue on March lOth Investigators r eport that the in ci d ent stems from a vehicle burglary that occurred the same day at Lettuce Lake Park. An unide n t ifi e d s u s pect broke the window of a car and stol e a purse containing debit and credit cards. Authorities said a female s uspect a l so trie d to use the victim's Target c r edit card at Unive r s ity Plaza This woman is suspected of using a stolen debit card. Target. Anyone with information about the wonian is aske d to contact the' Sheriffs Office at (813) 247-8200 \ h i c f ur mmunity 'tJc akin g .finlr If'' CJ) m z =i z m r-1 m c rrz c m c CJ) % m c m < m c m CJ) 10 )lo z 10 "TT <

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby g i ven that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on April 1, 2009 at 9 : 00 a m to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s) violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall 315 E Kennedy Blvd ., Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings .is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE# 08-17277 CASE# 08-23193 CASE # 08-24553 CASE # 08-26487 CASE# 08-28376 CORNELIO MERIELE A. BARCENAS, YANCEY GIORGIANNI, JOSEPH TRINITY PROPERTY KHAZAMI, KATHY A. MARTINEZ PEDRO R BARCENAS ALEX GIORGIANNI, AMY INVESTMENTS INC 8308 N.11TH ST., TAMPA, FL 8716 N. 52ND ST., TAMPA, FL BARCENAS, NEY 1918 E. 115TH AVE ., TAMPA, FL C/0 SHONA CARCARY REG AGT SECTIONS : 19-49,27-77 SECTION CODES AMENDED : 10703 N. 15TH ST ., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-50 4509 E HENRY AVE ., TAMPA, FL TABLE 4-1 19-56 AND 27-77 TABLE 4-1 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 MARIAN SUBDIVISION BRIARWOOD UNIT NO 1 SECTION : 19-231 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT19 AND 19-50 LOT 13 BLOCK 2 W% OF W 128 2 FT OF E 153 2 S% OF LOT 12 AND LOT 13 142776 0000 TILSEN MANOR SUBDIVISION 141528 0000 FT OF N 105FT OF S 160FT OF BLOCK22 LOT 1 BLOCK 12 N 185FT OF NE Y. OF SW Y. OF 146414 0000 CASE# 0818093 141237 0000 CASE# 08-24937 SE Y. HIPPARD MICHAEL CASE II 08-23430 WELCH, PEARLIE 152767 0000 CASE I 08-28464 2917 E. 21ST AVE. TAMPA FL WOODMAN, STELLA 1606 E. 33RD AVE., TAMPA, FL ELFATTAH, MAHMOUD SECTION CODES : 19-46 19-50, SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 19 50 CASE I 08-26531 2811 N 13TH ST., AlB, AND 19-231 1009 E. SENECA AVE GREENVILLE SUBDIVISION TAMPA FL AND 19-231 HOLLAND, TERRY TAMPA, FL PLAT 3 PG 50 SECTIONS : 19-46 AND 19-50 BONITA 7806 N 14TH ST TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-26 19-231 AND LOT 3 BLOCK 1 NEBRASKA AVENUE HEIGHTS LOT 11 AND S % OF ALLEY SECTION : 19-49 19-50 19-238 188452 0000 LOTS 7 AND 8 BLOCK 8 ABUTTING BLOCK 29 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION ALAMEDA 143 834 0000 ORO 4736-A LOT 3 LESS N 75FT AND W 5 FT THE S 67 50 FT OF THEW 45 FT CASE il 08-19739 172567 0000 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTlNG ON E OF LOT 1 BLOCK 6 MARTINEZ, MAIR CASE I 08-23610 AND S 25 FT OF LOT 7 AND 187051 0000 MARTINEZ, LUIS B SOTO, RAMON S ESTATE OF CASE I 08-25520 LOTS 8 AND 9 AND E 5 FT 917 E POINSETTIA AVE. 1433 E EMMA ST., TAMPA, FL DIMOV YORDAN I. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTlNG ON CASE t# 08-28531 TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-50 2308 E. 23RD AVE. TAMPA, FL BLK 75 SMALL, CARL C. SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49 147037 0000 3602 N 13TH ST. TAMPA, FL AND 19-50 NEBRASKA HEIGHTS SECTION CODES : 19-46 19-47 SECTION : 19-231 CASTLE HEIGHTS MAP LOT 1 BLOCK 5 AND N % OF 19-49 19-50 19-233 CASE I 08-26532 LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK R ALLEY ABUTTING THEREOF AND19-234 BAKER S J M SUBDIVISION 144173 0000 171974 0000 AMAN 'SCC ZIEHL, WILLIAM A. LOT9 BLOCK9 7807 N. 14TH ST., TAMPA FL 172904 0000 LOT 3 BLOCK 1 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 CASE t# 08-20102 CASE t# 08-23693 188104 0000 AND 19-50 CASE t# 08-28676 JOSEPH ABIMELEC MILES, HOWARD B II SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION STRALEY, DANIEUSTRALEY TERNIVAL REBECCA 8601 N.15TH ST., TAMPA FL CASE t# 08-25584 9610 N ASTER AVE ., AlB. SECTIONS : 19-49 19 233 LOT 4 AND W 5 FT CLOSED IRMA M. ARTHURTON,CARMEN ALLEY ABUTTING ON E 1706 E. NOME ST ., AlB., TAMPA, FL AND 19-57 CHRISTOBEllE BLOCK76 TAMPA, FL OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF SECTION : 19-56 10909 N 28TH ST., TAMPA, FL 147043 0000 SECTIONS : 19-233 AND 19-49 THOMPSON S ADDITION TO LOTS 13 AND 14 AND W% SECTIONS : 19-238 AND 19-56 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTlNG ON FERN CLIFF TAMPA OVERL0QK COLLEGE VILLAGE CASE t 08-27498 LOT261 LOT2BLOCK4 THE EAST SUBDIVISION CHARBONIER RAUL 145585 0000 149929 0000 145104 0100 S 60 FT OF LOT 5 BLOCK 3 CHARBONIER LAURA CASE t# OS:24130 1<40581. 0000 3711 E. BUSCH BLVD 3715 CASE t 08-28823 CASE t 08-20421 TAMPA,FL MULAC DONALD RAY PIRICHY, CAROL D RENT AS, ANDREA 1908 E. FLORA ST., TAMPA, FL CASE t 08-25765 SECTIONS : 19-49. 19-50 19-236 1912 E. HAMILTON, AVE., 2603 E. LAKE AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-50 LUNDY, ANGELA AND 19-23 7 TAMPA,FL SECTION CODES : 19-<46, 19-49 WING F L SUBDIVISION 1815 E WOOD ST ., TAMPA, FL TEMPLE CREST UNIT NO 1 SECTION : 19-<49 19-50 AND 19-234 THAT PART OF LOTS 7 & 8 BEG SECTIONS : 19-50 LOTS 3 TO 7 INCL LESS SR 50 SEMINOLE CREST ESTATES CAMPOBEllO BLOCKS 1 TO 30 AT SE COR OF LOT 7 RUN W HILLSBORO HEIGHTS MAP RJW AND LESS N 10FT OF E 30 E 30 FT OF LOT 23 AND W 40 FT LOT 11 BLOCK 16 SOUTH FT OF LOT 3 FOR ADD 'L RD RJW OF LOT 24 BLOCK 7 56 3 FT N 97FT W 44 7 FT N 53 174195 0000 FTE 127FS 150FTANDW26 LOTS 11 AND 12 BLOCK H BLOCK2 149302 0000 FT TO BEG BLOCK 3 145392 0100 148053 0000 CASE t 08-21922 149027 0000 CASE t 08-21573 REPONSE REALTY GROUP INC., CASE t# 08-28278 CASE t 08-27834 SAN FIUPPO, ANTONIO TTEE OF 10011 LAND TRUST CASE t Q8..24171 HARRJS, JERRY W URQUHART STEVE 9208 N. 27TH ST., TAMPA, FL 9120106 2609 E. 28TH AVE., TAMPA, FL 840'1 N 18TH ST., TAMPA, Fl SECTION : 19-231 KNIGHTON QUIDENE 10011 N. 25TH ST., TAMPA, FL E./KNIGHTON, MICHELLE SECTIONS : 19-<49, AND 19-50 SECTION : 19-233 TEMPLE TERRACE GABLES SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47, 10919 N 21ST ST TAMPA, FL CAMPOBELLO BLOCKS 1 TO 30 OAK TERRACE REVISED N 63 FT OF LOT 69 ND 19-50 SECTION : 27-77 AND TABLE 4 1 LOT 8 BLOCK 22 PLAT OF 1<48003. 0000 BARBARA HEIGHTS BRIARWOOD UNIT NO 1 174277.0000 LOTS 245 AND 246 AND LOT 6 AND S 10 FT OF LOT 5 ABUTTlNG THEREON CASE I 08-28969 LOT 7 BLOCK 20 BLOCKS 141648 0000 CASE t 08-26380 GILLESPIE, THOMAS 143351 0000 ASHBY ALLAN STUCKEY, LAMONT CASE t 08-24378 FLASHER J LOPEZ CASE I 08-2n28 GREEN, KATINA CASE t 08-22972 VALERIO, BOILVAR VAL CO-TTES 3202 TR A WIUIS-OWENS, SANDRA 8410 N. 18TH ST., TAMPA, FL LOLKEMA, CAROUNE 9402 N.16TH ST ., TAMPA, FL LANDTST 1418 E. SENECA AVE., SECTION : 19-<49, 19-50 1908 E POINSETTIA AVE., SECTIONS : 19-<46, 19-49 3202 E. 38TH AVE., TAMPA, FL TAMPA,Fl OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT TAMPA,FL AND 19-50 SECTIONS : 19-<49 AND 19-233 SECTION : 19-56 OFLOTS 425 AND 426 TOG WITH SECTIONS: 19-<46 AND 19-50 E ALLEY ABUTTlNG AMPA OVERLOOK TAMPA OVERLOOK AL TAMIRA HEIGHTS NEBRASKA AVENUE HEIGHTS THEREON LOT 13 BLOCK 73 LOT 10 BLOCK 5 LOT7 BLOCK3 LOTS 19 AND 20 BLOCK 27 144825 0000 144292 0000 156095 0000 1439<47. 0200 145729 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286 26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK

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LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on April 8, 2009 at 9:00 a .m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regaraing these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 27 4 7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hear ing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evi dence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE# 08-16885 CASE# 08 22705 COX MARVEL BORRAS ORLANDO 802 E LOUISANA AVE 8501 N ROME AVE., TAMPA FL TAMPA, FL_ SECTIONS : 1 9-23 2 SECTION CODES : 1 9-46 1 9-49 EL PORTAL AND 19-50 LOT 5 BLOCK 29 98802 0000 ORANGEDALE PARK LOT 9 BLOCK 1 AND ALLEY CASE # 08 2583 ABUTTING ON N PINION JAMES R. 164930 0000 PINION MARY 10230 N. OAKLEAF AVE., CASE# 08-18199 TAMPA FL FERRER JOHN SECTION : 1926 4019 W LaSALLE ST GOL F LAND OF TAMPA S NORT H TAMPA, FL SIDE SECTIONS : 19-23 1 19 26 19-46 COUNTRY CLUB AREA NO 2 19-47 AND 19-50 N 24 FT OF LOT 20 AND LOT 2 1 BELVEDERE PARK BLK 29 LOTS 2 AND 3 LESS W 10FT OF 96483 0000 LOT 2 BLOCK 1 0 1 11409 0000 CASE# 08-25610 CUTINO, OSEAS CASE# 08-19028 2726 W SPRUCE ST ., FUENTES, JOSE AND DELORES TAMPA, FL 2012 N SAINT VINCENT ST., SECTIONS : 2 7-77 T ABLE 4-1, TAMPA, FL 19-26 19-27, 1 9-46 19 -47 19-49 SECT I ONS : 19-46 19-47 1 9-49 AND 1950 AND 19-50 MAC F ARLANES REV MAP OF MAC FARLANE PARK ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA S 10FT OF LOT 7 AND N 36FT LOT 8 B LOCK 42 OF LOT 8 BLOCK 42 1 79479 0000 180442 0000 CASE tl 08-25943 CASE t1 08-19185 SCAGLIONE GESUALE l. JOHNSON-MC.CRAE, 3206 N ROME AVE TAMPA, FL MICHELLE SECT I ONS : 1 9-46 AND 19-4 9 3815 W. SPRUCE ST ., BOIJVMAN HEIGHTS TAMPA, FL LOT 91 L E SS S 30 FT AND SECTIONS : 19-231, 19-46 1 9-47 LOT92 19-49 19-56 1 773 06 0 000 AND 1 9-26 LINCOLN GARDENS CASE tl 08 26367 LOT 1 2 BLOCK 4A ANDRICKSON ZUNILDA 111902 0000 2119 W COMANCHE AVE., TAMPA, FL CASE tl 08-22412 S EC T I ONS : 19-26 19 27 19 76 GARCIA DIANA M AND 19 -77 W HILDA ST ., TAMPA, FL HAMN E R S MAR J ORY B SECTION : 1 9 50 R E N M A H MEADOWBROOK LO T 33 AND W OF LOT 3 4 LOT88 B L OCK 6 16 5 524 000 0 10453 0000 CASE # 0826586 BRYANT TRACEY ALAN 808 W. HIAWATHA ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1 9-46 19-47 AND 1 9 50 RIVERSIDE FIRS T ADDITION TO WEST LOT4 BLOCK 7 104946 0000 CASE# 08-26615 BALLARD, CRAIG 8415 N EDISON AVE TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1 9-47 1 9-49 1 9 -50, AND 1 9-234 ELPORTAL LOT 17 BLOCK 4 98495 0000 CASE tl 08 26917 WHITE, MICHAEL D 2ND AND KATHLEEN M 306 E PARIS ST., TAMPA, FL S E CTIONS : 1 9-47 1 9-49 1 9 -56 AND 27 -12 9 SEMINOL E HE I GH T S NORTH LOTS 15 AND 16 BLOCK 1 1 63816 0000 CASE tl 08-27130 WALSH, RYAN 1317 W HIAWATHA ST., TAMPA, FL SEC TI ONS : 19-47 1 9-49 AND 1 9-238 RME RA SUBDNISION W 5 1 04 FT O F E 100 .00 FT L OT47 1 0 3996 0000 CASE f# 08-27478 ROJAS, GILBERTO ROJAS KA TIA M 2328 FERN PL. TAMPA, FL S ECTI ON S : 1 9-47 19-4 9 AND 19-50 GR OV EWOOD CO URT LOT 13 LESS E 3 FT A N D LESS W 2 FTBLOCK4 1 0 3 8 39 0 000 CASE # 08 27716 ARROYO FRANCISCO 915 W PATTERSON ST TAMPA FL SECTION : 1 9 23 3 PATON S PARK VIEW SUBDIVISION LOT 17 AND S ALLEY ABUTTING ON N 101072.0000 CASE # 08 27808 FERNANDEZ, ENRIQUE 1703 W SLIGH AVE., TAMPA, FL S ECTI ONS : 1926 AND 1 9 2 7 CRANDAL L S M J ADDITION TO WILMA W 50 FT OF LOT 25 LESS S 5 FT ADD L RNoJ FOR SLIGH 102167 0000 CASE # 08-28159 JACKSON, WAYNE 1907 W MAIN ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 1 9-4 7 19-49 AND 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 2 3 AND W 6 FT OF LOT 24 BLOCK 1 7 179008 0000 CASE# 08 28760 AYALA, BRENDA 7003 N DUNCAN AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTI ONS : 1926 AND 1 9-27 COTTER S SPRING H I LL SUB LOT4 1 6 1 893 0 100 CASE f# 09..{)1390 LLANES, JULIO BELCHER, SEA TRIZ 2609 N LINCOLN AVE TAMPA, FL SECTION : 1 3-43 G H IRA N 7 0 FT O F L O T 7 AND N 70 FT O F LO T 6 L ESS E 20 FT O F L O T 6 B L OC K 18 1 8 019 8 0100 CASE f# Oi-{)2539 CHAMBERS ROBERTA 716 E HANLON ST., TAMPA, FL S ECTI ONS : 13-43 AND 22 312 M E ND EL S R E SUBD IVl SI O N OF B L OCKS 1 2 3 4 AN D 7 OF KRAUSE S SU B DIVISIO N S LOT 21 AN D S Y, OF LOT 22 BLOCK 4 161142 0000 IN ACCORDANC E WIT H THE AME RICAN S WIT H DISABILITIES ACT AND S ECTION 2 8 6 .26, F LORIDA STA T U TES P E RSONS WIT H DIS ABILITIES NEE DING SPE CIAL ACCOMMODA T I O N T O P ARTI C IP A T E IN T H I S M EETI N G SHOU L D CON TACT T H E CITY CLERK S OFFICE AT L EAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS P RIOR TO THE DAT E O F T H E M EE TIN G INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APP EAR AND B E H E ARD AT SAID H E ARIN G SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK Contact LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 To (813) 248-9218 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 08CC-040272 Division M CHARLES DESTRO (Plaintiff) vs. BETTINA R. SAVORELLI (Defendant) NOTICE OF SALE TO: Bettina R. Savorelli And all others whom it may concem: YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the sale of the following described property in Hillsborough County F l orida to w i t ; Lot 10 Block 7 Uni t 2 HENDERSON ROAD SUBDIVISION according to the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 46 at Page(s) 79 of the Public Records of Hillsborough County Florida Sale of the above referenced real property shall be held by the Clerk of the C i rcu i t Court of Hillsborough County Florida at a publ i c sale on May 11 2009, at 2:00 o'clock p.m., to the h ighest bidder for cash at the George E Edgecomb Courthouse Second Floor in Rooms 201/202 located at 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602, in accordance with Florida Statutes Sect ion 45 .031 and pursuant to the F inal Summary Judgment of Foreclosure entered i n thi s action Any person c l a i m i ng an i nterest i n the surplus from the sa l e i f any other than the property owner as of t he date of the Lis Pendens must file a cla i m w i th i n 60 days afte r the sale NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assJstance Please contact the Court Administrator's A D .A. Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida (813) 276-81_00 extension 4205, w ithin 2 working days prior to the date the service is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771 Dat e d this 131b da y of March, 2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /a/ ANNE KACZMAREK DEPUTY CLERK "T1 r-0 c > en m z :! z m r-1 m c: r r m :! z "'0 c: m r-c;; :J: m c m < m ..... c: m en c > z c "T1 ::0 6

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en 0 0 N ..; N :I: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING < :E As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on April15, 2009 at 9:00a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code. Information listed below describes o the case number, property owner(s), violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City f3 Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone :::) have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. 1-0 LL 0 z < 0 (I) w :::) 1w > w 0 w :I: (I) :J m :::) n. z t= w ...J ...J :::) m ...J w z t= z w (I) c( 0 0 ...J LL Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE# 08-11966 CASE # 08-20848 CASE # 08-24584 CASE # 08-27773 CASE# 09...01552 TESTA, CYNTHIA A RIVERA, NILMO E. NORTH A HYDE PARK TOMLINSON, DANNY C. AND MESA, ABEL AND TESTA, JOHN 2818 MARCONI ST., TAMPA, FL DEVELOPERS LLC WILLIAM R. ATKINS 3210 E 10TH AVE., AlB 2706 W CLEVELAND ST SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 19-50, 1910 W NORTH A ST 2203 E 5TH AVE., TAMPA, FL TAMPA FL TAMPA, FL 19-231 19-232 19-233 TAMPA FL SECTION : 27-184 SECTIONS : 5-104.3 5-108 4 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 AND 19-234 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49 TRUMAN S EAST YBOR AND 5-105 1 AND 19-50 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 19-50 ,27-77, TABLE 4 1 W % OFLOT6 BLOCK 28 POWELL S ADDITION PARK CITY LOT 22 BLOCK 9 TOGETHER AND 27-246 189354 0000 E % OF LOT 9 AND LOT 10 N 116 7 FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 8 WITH S 5 FT OF VACATED CORRONELLA BLOCK 2 116817 0000 ALLEY ABUTTING LOT 5 BLOCK 7 175769 0000 190498 0000 CASE # 08-27813 CASE # 09...01576 184070 0000 CASE# 08-14528 WILLIAMS, GARY C. NULL, CHRIS CASE# 08-21798 CASE # 08-24585 AND MARY ALVAREZ, ANDRES AND 4210 W. WYOMING AVE., OH, CHIN HEE NORTH A HYDE PARK 6806 S DAUPHIN AVE ALVAREZ, KIMBERLY TAMPA, FL 3309 W KENNEDY BLVD., DEVELOPERS LLC TAMPA, FL 6 SANDPIPER RD., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-50 TAMPA, FL 1908 W. NORTH A ST Y. SECTION : 19-50 SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5-108. 4 ALTAVISTA TRACTS SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 19-236 TAMPA, FL CRESCENT PARK AND 5-105 1 E 60FT OF N 146 5 FT AND 19-237 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49 LOT 3 BLOCK 7 BAYSHORE ESTATES N0. 4 OF LOT61 OAKFORD AND 19-50 136842 0000 LOT25 134033 0000 LOT 22 BLOCK 32 CORRONELLA 114278 0000 117176 0000 LOT 4 BLOCK 7 CASE t 08-28242 CASE t 08-15706 SCIONTI, MICHAEL D. CASE t 09-01579 184069 0000 YOUNGBLOOD, ANTHONY R. CASE t 08-23193 3421 W. GRAY CT., TAMPA, FL GORDON, JASON R. 4022 E. HENRY AVE., BARCENAS YANCEY CASE t 08-25234 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49 4412 W NORTH B ST., TAMPA, FL BARCENAS ALEX BARTENFELD, LAURA A TAMPA, FL AND 19-50 SECTION : 19-231 BARCENAS NEY SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5-108 4 113 S GRADY AVE., TAMPA FL GRAY GABLES GEORGIA TERRACE 10703 N. 15TH ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 AND 5-105 1 LOTS 49 AND 50 LESS W 50.00 SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49 LOT 21 AND S %ALLEY AND 19-234 TOWNHOUSES OF NORTH B FT THEREOF TOGETHER WITH AND 19-50 BETWEEN LOTS 20 AND 21 STREET THE FOLOWING COMM AT PT 50 TILSEN MANOR SUBDIVISION ROSEDALE 1 1 6148 0000 LOT 16 BLOCK 1 LOT4 E OF SW COR OF SO LOT 50 LOT 1 AND 8 BLOCK 12 112763 0608 THN N 00 DEG 23 MIN 11 SEC W 141237 0000 115240 0000 CASE t 03-282e9 13 .97 FT TO POB THN N 89 DEG SOUTH TAMPA LAND CASE t 09-02957 28 MIN 15 SEC W 6 88 FT THN N CASE t 03-24033 CASE t 08-25410 GROUP INC OBANDO, LUSIA 00 DEG 33 MIN 15 SEC W 38 66 MORRIS, JASON C RYAN, WILLIAM J CIO JOHN LUM PSD 3005 N 13TH ST TAMPA, FL FT THN S 89 DEG 28 MIN 15 SEC SECTIONS: 19-49, 1i-60, 19-231 RYAN, JUDITH 3403 W. GANDY BLVD SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5-108 4 E 6 99 FT THN S 00 DEG 23 MIN 19-233 AND 19-234 8603 BAYSHORE BLVD TAMPA FL ANDS-1 05 1 11 SEC E 38 66 FJ" TO POB TAMPA, FL INTERBAY A REVISED PLAT SECTIONS : 19-4 7 AND 1 9-50 SOUDERS 15311 6 0000 SECT ION: 19-47 LOT 3 BLOCK4 BAYHAVEN WE I LAND SUBD IVI S ION LOT 4 BLOCK C AND % CLOSED LOTS 10 AND 11 1 86 7 66 0000 CASE t 08-15821 ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON LOT 26 LESS W 75 FT RIVERA, NILMO E 13646 1 0100 136721 0000 128633 0000 2818 MARCONI ST., Y. CASE t 09-02958 TAMPA FL CASE t 08-26985 CASE t 08-29073 MORGAN, JILL CASE t 08-24334 ANNETTEUFE SECTIONS : 19-233 AND 19-234 ACQUAVIVA, STEPHEN A CAPOTE FRANK AL ACKERMAN, BRIAN MORGAN SHARON L EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 CAPOTE DAVID A. 4016 S WEST SHORE BLVD., 405 N ALBANY AVE., 1803 E. HENRY AVE., TAMPA Fl LOT 22 BLOCK 9 TOGETHER TAMPA FL 504 N. 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GRAY ST., TAMPA FL GRAYGABJ,..ES SECTIONS : 19-26 AND 19-2 7 SECTION : 5-104 3 34FT OF LOT 125 AND E 33 SECTIONS : 19-47 AND 19-50 SECTIONS : 19-26 1 9-49 EAST BAY ADDITION HAMNER S MARJORY FT OF LOT 126 AND S }S OF FULLER S SUBDIVISION AND 19-50 LOT 4 BLOCK 15 BRENMAH CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING LOT 21 AND S OF ALLEY WEST PINES REVISED MAP 175587 0000 LOT 34 BLOCK 3 ONN. ABUTTING THEREON BLOCK 6 LOT 18 BLOCK 10 104405 0000 116230 0000 183803 0000 1684 72. 0000 CASE f ot-00124 KOEDEL. TINA AND CASE I ot-OHM CASE I 08-24420 CASE t 08-27804S ADKINS, DONALD J JR. CASE I 08-18912 FLOYD, KRJSTIANA KOEDEL. GERALD T., JR. 810 E.GENFSEE LA FLEUR, MICHELLE VERNON, MICHAEL G 201 S. GRADY AVE TAMPA, FL BROWN, MEOSHIA T. TAMPA.,Fl 10008 N. 24TH ST. TAMPA FL 10118 N. 11TH ST TAMPA, FL 1530 W ARCH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-50 SECTIONS : 5-105 1 AND 5-108 4 SECTIONS : 27-129 AND 27 148 SECTIONS : 19-46 AND 19-50 SECTIONS : 19-46 AND 19-50 ROSEDALE MAXWELL TON SUBDMSJON TMAN COLBY SUBDMSION CASTlE HEIGHTS MAP COLLINS PHILIP 2ND ADDITION N 70 16 FT OF LOTS 3 AND 4 CORRECTED PLAT LOT7BLOCK3 LOTS 11, 12 AND 13 BLOCK X E 33 113 FT OF LOT 8 BLOCK 6 BLOCK4 LOT 13 BLOCK 1 143022 0000 144226 0000 178421 0000 115275 0000 166366 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK

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THIS SPECIAL BOARD MEETING THE TAMPA SPORTS AURTHORITY SEARCH SELECTION COMMITTEE WILL HOLD A SPECIAL MEETING ON FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2009 FROM 11:00 A.M. -12:30 P.M. In the executive offices of the Tampa Sports Authority Located at 4201 N Dale Mary Hwy. Purpose: To discuss the criteria for selecting a new Executive Director for the Tampa Sports Authority Mickey Farrell Interim Executive Director PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Florida seeks sealed b ids from qualified bidders for Roof Replacement at Northwest Elementary School located at 16438 Hutchison Road, Tampa Florida 33625 The scope includes reroofing the majority of the campus with an estimated construction cost between $485 000 and $1,130,000 Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) Procurement Department on the 3rd Floor of the Raymond 0 School Adm i nistrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa Florida 33602 until bid opening at 2 :00 pm on Apnl 27 2009 The bid documents include specific b i d requirements HCPS maintains general requirements applicable to all construction-related bids on the HCPS web site at http :/1168.254. 1 35/documents/standardslindex htm HCPS will host a non-mandatory pre-bid conference at 3 : 00 pm on April 13, 2009, at Northwest Elementary School, followed by a tour of the job site Attendees must sign in and present a photo ID to gain access to the conference. Bidders must submit a bid bond equal to 5% of the bid with their bid. Bids over $100,000 must include the costs of required surety bonds The successful bidder must also provide evidence of insurance prior to proceeding with the work The bid qocuments provide specifiC requirements for bid and surety bonds, and insurance Bidders are subject to the HCPS Small Business Encouragement Program, as described in the bid documents J Bidders may obtain up to two (2) complete sets of bid documents in PDF format on CD at no cost from Weber and Tinnen PA, 2742 Street, Tampa, Florida 33619, (813) 626-2540 HCPS reserves the right to award the bid to the lowest and/or best responsible bidder, to waive any informality or Irregularity in any bi(j, or to reject any and all bids received THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 64 YEARS SPECIAL BOARD MEETING THE TAMPA SPORTS AURTHORITY BY-LAWS COMMITTEE MEETING WILL HOLD A SPECIAL COMMITTEE MEETING ON FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2009 FROM 9:00A.M. -10:30 A.M. In the executive offices of the Tampa Sports Authority Located at 4201 N Dale Mary Hwy. Purpose: To discuss the amendment of the Tampa Sports Authority By-Laws Mickey Farrell Interim Executive Director NOTICE TO CONSULTANTS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY The H i llsborough County Aviat ion Authority hereby requests pursuant to the Consultants Competit ive Negot iation Act, Florida Statutes 287 055 letters of i nterest from land survey ing and mapp ing f i rms or ind i v i dua l s des i r i ng to render profess i onal serv i ces as stated below : LAND SURVEYING AND MAPPING SERVICES This agreement prov ides for serv ices to include all aspects of survey ing to support arch i tectural and engineering des ign related to part i cular cap i tal i mprovement projects and as needed to sup port property acquis i t ion. All survey work w i ll be accomplished i n accordance w ith the Florida m i n imum techn i cal standards for land surveying and mapp ing. A more detailed scope of serv i ces will be i ncluded in the formal request for proposal. Significant Dates: Letters of interest due : NL T 5 :00 p. m on April 8. 2009 RFP posted on web site : After 12:00 noon on April 15, 2009 Mandatory pre proposal conference : At 2 : 00 p m on May 5 2009 Proposals Due: by 5 :00 p m on May 20, 2009 For additional information on submitting letters of Interest, location of meet ing and other project details go to the Authority website Quick Links Airport Business Notice of Bids The RFP will be pasted on the Authority website after 12:00 noon, on April 15 2009. To receive automated e -mail notifications of future business opportunities, please visit our website at tampaairport.com and register using the Authority's Business and Supplier Registration Program 1 : GET NOTICED .. Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLAOYGEORGIA@YAHOO. 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(813) 493-0912 Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora @ (813) 248-1921 For More Information c: m (/) 0 s: llo :;o 0 :I: N N 0 0 CD ., r-0 c llo (/) m z ::! z m r-I OJ c: rrm ::! z "'0 c: OJ r-u; :I: m c m < m :;o -< -4 c: m (/) c llo z c ., c

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en 0 0 N .qN :I: (.) 0::: < :::! >< c (/) w ::::;) 1-0 i:t:: LL c z < 0 rJ) w ::> 1->-0::: w > w 0 w :I: (/) :J CD ::::;) 0.. z i= w ..J ..J ::::;) m ...J w z i= z w (/) < c a= 0 ..J u. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, seeks sealed bids from qualified bidders for Fire Alarm and Intercom Systems Replacement at Colson Elementary School. The scope of the project includes complete replacement of the systems and a 5-year warranty period with an estimated construction cost between 4160,000 and $310,000. Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County_ Public Schools (HCPS) Procurement Department on the 3rd Floor of the Raymond 0. Shelton School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa Florida 33602, until bid opening at 3 :00p. m on Tuesday, April 14 2009. The bid documents include specific bid submittal requirements. HCPS maintains general requirements applicable to all construction-related bids on the HCPS web site at http :/1168. 254 1 35/documents/standards/index .htm HCPS will host a mandatory pre-bid conference at 3 : 00 p m on Monday March 30 2009 at Colson elementary School 1520 Lakeview Avenue Seffner, Florida 33684 followed by a tour of the job site. Attendees must sign in and present a photo ID to gai n access to the conference. Bidders must submit a bid bond equal to 5 % of the bid with their bid. Bids over $100 000 must include the costs of required surety bonds. The successful bidder must also provide evidence of required insurance prior to proceeding with the work The bid documents provide specific requirements for bid and surety bonds and insurance. Bidders are subject to the HCPS Small Business Encouragement Program as described in the bid documents Bidders may obtain up to two (2) complete sets of b i d documents in PDF format on CD at no cost from Anston-Greenlees Inc 1315 West Fletcher Avenue T ampa Florida 33612, Phone (813) 963-1919 HCPS reserves the right to award the bid to the lowest and / or best responsible bidder to waive any informality or irregularity in any bid, or to reject any and all bids received THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA You Can Receive An $8,000.00 Tax Credit We Specialize In FHA Loans, And Financing Don't Wait Call JeffTodayl (813) 325-6349 MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS La Salle 3/2 Home For Sell Recently Remodeled Seller Will Assist With .-. -,... : ,Closing Costs Call V & V Now At 813-2594663 Contact LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 To (813) 248-9218 OMES FOR SALE Water Side Condo 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Gated With Security $38,500 Phone (813) 447-7674 Rent To Own Lease Option Seminole Heights Totally Remodeled 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Good Credit, Bad Credit No Credit (813) 731-1653 6 Bedroom/5 Bath Bank Foreclosure! $55,0001 Only $445/Monthlyl 5 % Down -15 Years At 8% APR For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext H489 Military Veterans No Down Payment Special FHA Programs Own A Two, Three, Four Bedroom Home Many Areas Prices & S izes Free Pre-Qualifyi ng Walter Brewer Midland Realty (813) 766-2033 Plant High School District South Tampa Rent To Own/Lease Option Totally Remodeled 3 Bedroom/ 1 Bath Garage Good Credit -Bad Credit No Credit (813) 731-1653 Bank Owned 4-2 Near 56th And Sligh $69 900 4-2.5 In Ruskin $150,000 Qualifies USDA 100% Financing Available 3 2 In Temple Terrace $99,000 . 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