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Celebra tin g 64 Y e ar s In The Tampa _, ----. . (. '" , -.r f I ..._ \ J d10.1 ed Talent an huts Down howAIU F SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 CHURCH HOSTS MARQUEE SIGN DEDICATION Recently, members of Gregg Temple A M. E Church held a ded i cat i on serv i ce for their new s ign marquee. The Reverend Dr. Henry E Green, II, Presiding Elder was on hand to conduct the Ded i catory Serv i ce The se r v i ce was attended by church members and their invited guests. Among those attending the marquee dedication service at Gregg Temple AME Church were : Rev Harry Dawkins, Reverend Cora Laster, Mrs. Patricia Mosley Mrs. Alma Morr is, Dedicat i on Cha i rperson Reverend Dr Henry Greene II Presiding Elder Gregg Temple AME Church Pastor Tim Morrow, and Reverend T. J Jacobs (Photograph By JAMES MCALLISTER) Songster Gets Ticket To 'Idol' SEE PAGE 3 Ex-Police Captain To Run For Mayor SEE PAGE 2 Disabled Man Needs Help Buying Sho SEE PAGE 6 Victim Dies Year After Shooting SEE PAGE 2

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0) 0 0 Features ........................................................................................................ ... :I: u a: < :!E >"' < 0 en w ::l t-Shooting Victim Never Recovered From lniurv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Adrian D. Chapman was visiting his cousin in the Palm Grove Apartments on Sunday, December 16; 2007. At ap proximately 11:18 p.m., the young man was shot once in the abdomen He ran to a nearby apartment and the resident there called police. Police said Chapman, who was 21 years old at the time, , was transported to Tampa General Hospital where he was admitted. A police report said he was listed in critical, but stable condition and ex pected to survive the wound His mother, Ms. Kathy Waddy, said her so n n eve r 0 re cove r ed and di e d o n Mar ch a: 9 2009. Ms. Waddy sa id s h e LL. was told several tim es th a t h e r Cl son would be able to go hom e but each time he would d e velop some type of infection Cl that would prevent him from en being discharged The first complication arose 1-on Chris tmas 2007, when d oc tors discovered h e had a l eakW age from his s toma c h H e underwent surgery to corr ect Cl the problem Two weeks later W Ms. Waddy said the same thing happened :J He was scared and we had someone to stay at the hospital Q. ADRIAN CHAPMAN July 1, 1986-March 9, 2009 with him every night But I co uldn't s t ay on March 1 0 2008, and I co uldn t find an y o n e t o s t a y with him H e cod e d th a t night," his moth e r said. It was a t that tim e th a t hi s m o th e r was told h e wou ld re m a in in a p e rsi stent vege tative s t a t e a nd would nev e r recover H e d eve lop e d r espi r atory probl e m s a nd h ad a tra c h eo tom y place d in hi s throat, s h e sai d She sa id the next probl e m that arose was findin g a facil i ty th a t would acce pt him Sh e said i t was of his brain injury and age. "I wanted to bring him home, but th ey wouldn't pay for that. They will pay for him to be institutionalized, but not for him to be cared for at home," she said. Ms. Waddy said they even tually found a nursing home in St. Petersburg that would ac cept her son in November 2008. He remained there until March 6th, when he was transferred to the Hospice fa cility in Sun City He died three days later at 22 years of age Chapman was laid to rest on Saturday, March 21st. "This is so hard because everyone that knew him knew that he wouldn't hurt a fly. He was never confrontational and although he was 6'4" h e w as very qui et. You would n eve r know h e was eve n in th e r oom. "He wa s always walking around s milin g He ju s t e n j oye d spe nding tim e with his four c hildr e n a nd with hi s f a mily," his mother sa id. Ms. Waddy sai d her son wanted to b eco m e a truck driv e r and was look i ng at schools to l ea rn th e tra d e s h o rtl y before h e was injur e d Tamp a Police D e t ective Eric Houston sa id th e case was ass i g n ed to him as a h omicide after Chapman die d "We are asking anyone with any infor mati o n on thi s case t o please contact u s Detective Houston ca n be reach e d at (813) 2 7 6-3529 z i= w ....I ....I ::l m Organization Plans Spring Familv Festival I ....I w z i= z w en < Cl a: 0 ....I LL. On S a turd ay April 4 th It s All About Kids, Inc.," will sp on s or th e ir Sprin g Family F es ti v al. Th e eve nt will t a k e place a t th e C arlis l e Lake A partm e nt s 1 2535 Tin s ley C ircle, fro m 1 2 n oo n until 4 p m Ms. Wanda DcLaRo a foun d e r o f I t' s All About Kid s aid th e e v e nt i s p l a nn d a s a Ads W ill Be Published Friday, April17, 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, Crt:izenship, Perfect Attendance Hobbies Church: Daytime Telephone Number: (Not For Publication) ----Kid In ." d ay of fun forth nl i r f a mil Amon g th thin g th a t will b e of f e r e d are : infl a t ab l e m oo n walk, a book give-a way art s & cr afts game s, a ba s ketball co mpt::tition mur a l pa inting, story t e lling, popcorn a nd mu s ic. Th e ev e nt i s ope n to s tud e n ts in grad e kindergarten through 12. Th e e v ent is fr ee. How ever, parents are e n couraged to reg i s ter on lin e at www. itsal l a boutkid s org. TI1e e v ent i s being spo n sored by Buzz int o Books Literacy Camp aign a nd It 's All Abo ut Kids Anyon e wis hin g to obtain ad diti o n a l information ca n call (813) 269 4402. Former Police Captain To Run For Mavor MARlON LEWIS . Form e r Tampa Police Captain O n Friday, Mar c h 13th, former T a mp a Polic e Captain Marion Serious Lewis file d with th e Hill s b oro ugh County Supervisor of Elections to run for th e Office of Mayor Lewis i s th e fir s t candidate t o file in th e e l ec tion th a t will t ake place in March 2011. Lewis sa id I a m running because I was born, r aised a nd ed ucat e d in Tampa and th e c ity i s n ear a nd d ea r t o m y h ea rt I beli eve th a t Tampa h as been going in th e wro ng directio n f or a l o n g tim e "Ove r th e l as t 8 yea r s our government h as spent mon ey wastefully and now that the eco nom y is b a d the first thing th e c urr e nt administration did was t o la y off the ordin al) m a n I believe th at cut s could h ave be e n m ade in ot her a r eas to avoid laying off workers." A Tampa n ative, Lewis grad u a t ed fr om R obi n so n Hig h chool. He earn e d his 2-e a r degre in Lib r a J Ar t s from HCC and continued his educa tion at St Leo University, where he earned a degree in Criminology. He was employed as a Tampa Police Officer for more than 25 years reaching the rank of Cap tain Lewis said he believes it is time for a new perspective in city government. "We need a mayor that works for the peo ple and who has no personal or political agendas. The people must come first." This marks the second time that Lewis has tossed his hat into the political ring. He chal lenged incumbent Mayor Pam Iorio in March 2007. After qu alifying in 2006, a few h ou rs afterwards, Lewis was told that h e must r e tir e from his position because Mayor Iorio was hi s bo ss. Lewis challenged the ruling and th e case r ema in s in litigatio n He believes th a t the change of the political climate along with the r ecess i on has made people r ealize th a t their vot es a r e im po rtant. "President Barack Obama has awake n ed th e people a nd h as made people awa re of how important it i s to vote. P eople are now will in g to give an ordi na ry man a chance But being popular is n o lon ge r a guaran t ee that ou will be elected. People want to knov what you are bringing t o th e tabl e Lewis aid City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail iholton@flsent Ml 221-1800 1461 TIIIPI Par Plaza @ Nebrasaava. & Scan St. Tho h lrfng of a lawyer Is an Important doclslon that should nol he based solely uJI1ln advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you FREE wrinen information about qualiflcations and experience!

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. Features Armed Man Shuts Down USF Talent Show On Thursday night at the University of South Florida's Russell M. Cooper Hall, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity hosted a talent show called the "Blu Polio Talent Show." The talent show consisted of artists who were students at USF, as well as some artists who weren't students. The talent show was based on the theme of the world famous Apollo, where the artists are judged by the patrons attending the show. According to police spokesperS<>n, Lt. Meg Ross, one man apparently didn't like the criticism one of the artists received and armed himself with a handgun. Lt. Ross said David Joseph Thornton, 26, refused to leave the stage and later aimed a loaded .357 magnum handgun at the 100 or more people attending the show. "We were not aware the event was being held. Normally, we would assign an officer to events being held on campus." After the incident with the gun Thornton returned to his car where he was arrested, police said Thornton was charged with aggravated assault, pos session of a firearm on school property, grand theft of a DAVID THORNTON firearm and carrying a concealed weapon. He was released later on $7,000 bail. Jerry Means, co-founder of JMB Entertainment, was at the show with one of their clients, Military, who was scheduled to perform. He said it appears artists had been invited from off campus that the organizers really didn't know. I could tell there was going to be trouble when they arrived. There was no security and I knew there was going to be a problem. For the most p a rt there were some guys participating who brought their entire crew along. Usually, the followers cause problems, and this was no exception. The artists need to be held accountable for Referral Service (813} 495-3702 1-866-352-4200 who they allow to travel with them." Means said he's not sure if Thornton was actually per forming or was just with one of the groups. "This event should have catered to the students on campus and not the others. "For other artists, these competitions are fun and games. They shouldn't be taken that seriously. This could have very well turned out to be another ugly college campus incident. Means said there were stu dents who had rehearsed, had on matching outfits, and were ready to perform. They, along with my group and others, never got a chance to perform." On e o f th e eve nt' s organiz e rs Dee Jay Kutmaster, said h e has no comment about what happened. Lt. Ross said they are very concerned that Thornton came onto the USF campus with a loaded gun. We want a safe environment for everyone who visits our campus, as well as the s tud e nt s and fac ulty on cam pu s." College Hill Church Of God In Christ Presents Religious Plav MOTHER ROSANNA MCCULLOUGH "Saviour, Please Don't Pass Me By, a dra matic series of events l ea d ing to th e crucifixion and resurrection of Jes us Christ, is scheduled for Friday, April 10, 2009 at 7 P M at the church. Mother Rosanna McCullough, who is th e producer of thi s production, s tates that "this is a collabo rative effort and will be the first time that a Saviour Of Tl1e Wodd production will be held at the College Hill Church Of God In Christ. The cast will consist of members of the church." The event is free and open to the public. The church is located at 6414 North 30th Street (cor ner of Diana and North 30th Street). Tampa Songster Secures oream Ticket' To American Idol Audition 1\) 0 0 groups, musician for several z churches and groups, has C recorded with several local "T1 :::0 groups and alone and has 0 begun SKD Entertainment. The popular singer travels throughout the area appearing on programs He is set to perform on Ma y 2, 2009 at St. Paul AME Church Finalists For Countv Judgeships Chosen Last week, the Thirteenth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission selected a list of six names from a pool of more than 30 applicants to fill a vacancy previously held by the Honorable Judge Marva L. Crenshaw. The finalists are: Herbert M. Berkowitz, Paul L. Huey, Nick Nazaretian, Elizabeth G. Riche, Cheryl K. Titomas, and Richard A. Weis. The Thirteenth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission also selected n list of six names from a pool of more than 30 applicants to fill a vacancy previously held by the Honorable Judge Charlotte W. Anderson. The finalists for that position are: Michael L. Benito, Jesse V. Dominguez, Richard L. Greco, Jr., Matthew C. Lucas, Ryan C. Rodems, and Richard A. Wels. The Jist of finalists for both positions has been forwarded to Governor Charlie Crist.

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0) g Editorials & Columns N FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of Nat io nal Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. New York. 1990 94 CP Tim e lnternational POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901n (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR : KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR ... ' ;' Months Boll\ :Editions : $87 .QO..Per Year Both Ed1bons. Opjnions expressed on edilorial pages ol thb.newspaper by Columnists or Guest Wrilefs, do noc necessarily re11ect the editorial stance ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publlshet What He lived To See Think about this. How does a person tell the story of an entire people? How does one begin? Even more perplexing, where does one end? John Hope Franklin did that. To put it in a mathematical parlance, he reduced the 0 tale of the Black American Experience to its "least comO: mon denominator." Then he added statistics, research "-and eye-witness from a thousand eyes other than his own. And finally, he added a healthy measure of < metaphor and personal artistic ability because, you see, John Hope Franklin was a storyteller. 0 If you ever met him, you would know that. Then he ffi placed all of that in the oven of his mind; turned up the ;:::, heat of introspection to rotisserie level, and baked the t-message of a people's struggle until it was ready to be served to every man, woman and child on the street, to W people who had never seen a Negro, or who knew nothiij ing about America, to people who couldn't speak 0 English, but who were human just the same. But before he offered his story to the world, John Hope en Franklin made certain that he sweetened each piece ::::i with a statement made by another Black man more than soo years ago. The Black man's name was Terence. And a. he said, "As I am human, all things human are common Z unto me." What John Hope Franklin did for the Black ti Man was make liim Every-Man ... was make him a uni..1 versal mali. From Man .to Superman he made him ..I ;:::, John Hope Franklin, who told our story much like Homer told the story of ancient Greece, died recently. Of ..I his life, President Barack Obama said, "Dr. Franklin will w z be deeply missed. But his legacy is one that will surely i= endure." ffi It is fitting that President Obama should say that en because President Obama himself could be seen as the < most triumphant chapter of Franklin's great book ofhis-9 tory, 'From Slavery to Freedom'. And to think that Franklin lived to see it all. What greater gift could a storyteller be given? Prison Reform: The Time Has Come A t last, national policy makers are willing to take a sane and comprehensive look at our nation's prison system. We are overjoyed not only because we have advocated a review for prison-reform for decades, but we are grateful because unfortunately half of America's prison population is African-American. What's even more unfortunate is that the drug and gang activity controlled by foreign cartels and this country's current poor economic conditions are what have forced policy makers to finally recommend that we take serious action about our prison system. Boasting the world's highest incarceration rate, at a cost of more than $68 billion a year, and at a time when states are having to cut funds for everything else, lookW ing seriously at how we can stop the flow of our children Cl into the criminal justice system is a welcomed change. Even though America ranks third in the world in popu-Stuck In The Middle S everal months ago,. the public was put on notice that we are in the middle of a drought. In fact, been in drought status for the last three years! But, for some unknown reason, some peoplefeel it is more important to have beautiful grass than water to drink. Recently, members of City Council passed an emergency ordinance further restricting the use of water. This was the first time in his tory that such a measure has been taken. This should be an indication to any logical thinking human being that we are in trouble. This should be an indication that no one is crying wolf. In fact meteorologists seem to think that the only thing that will bring our water table back up is a hurricane or a couple of tropical depressions! Does that give you an idea of how serious the prob lem is? Yet, in the midst ofthe water supply dwindling by the day, some homeowner associ ations are sending letters to residents who ar:e not water ing their grass. The homeowner suddenly finds himself caught in the middle. If he waters his lawn, he stands a chance, a very good chance, of receiving a fine and being hauled off to court. If he doesn't, then he stands the chance of being fined by the homeowners association The homeowner suddenly finds himself caught between a rock and a hard place. Either way, he is going to have to spend money that he shouldn't have to spend. The solution should be that anyone receiving a letter from their homeowners association because their grass is nos being watered should take the letter to City Council. City Council should in tum give it to the city attorney .to file charges againstthe person who signed the letter. It should be against the law to coerce another person to violate an emergency ordinance. The person whose name is signed on the letter should have to stand before a judge and show cause as to why he or she is not fined or jailed for sending the letter. This is a serious situation and no such foolishness should be tolerated on any level. Socialism Isn't New In America Fr om the very inception of America Socialism has been a way of life in this country. We preach that America i s a democratic, capitalistic, free enterprise society and that this country i s But it i s also a society with a tinge of socialism in its way of life In fact, the nation 'r founders wrote a bit of socialism right into the United States Constitution, the supreme law of the land To paraphrase words written in the Preamble of the Constitution, it says : We the people of th e United States Of America in order to form a more perfec t union prouide for the common defense, pro mote th e general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our pros perity, to ordain and estab lish this Constitution of the United States." In my opin ion those words are plain old socialism. Some of you may disagree with me, but that doesn' t c h ange a thing Let m e put Medicaid insurance on the t ab le I don't have to tell you that Medicaid is health insurance for poor people who can' t afford to pay for the med ica l treatment socialistic act. We have all heard of food stamps, and excuse me please, but welfare checks. Don't these acts have just a touch socialism in them? But l e t s not stop there What about Section 8 hou si ng? A number of people call this program an act of socialism. What about our system of free public education? Surely, we can't label this program as free enterprise or capitalism at work. The same can be said for these programs that provide free money for down payments to belp people bu y homes Are these programs socialism or are they just examples of capitalism at work. I could go on and on point ing out programs that are like the on e s being proposed by President Barack Obama as socialism. If Obama's programs are socialism, then so are the age-old programs that promote the general wel fare of Americans Now, don t misunderstand me These are good programs and they are ones that are sorely needed by Americans who find themselves down on their luck. I just merely cite):\ the programs to point out that a form of socialism has always existed in America. lation, we are the #t prison population. Sadly, more than 33 percent of America's prisoners are drug abusers with no significant history of violence or dealing. Nearly So percent of American drug arrests are for possession. No, we do not advocate drug abusers be given a free hand. But what we advocate is what Sen. Webb and Newt Gingrich have finally agreed upon ... that our justice system should be made more just ... that our prison system should no longer be seen as a human storage facility, but as a place for rehabilitation. Prison and Hell arc not synonymous. Our legislators must know that.

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Ol Local ,.. i Disabled Man Needs Help Buving Shoes :: c C/) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor East Tampa resident 1-Barb relies on the bus system for transportation. However, Barb has been battling a condition that causes his legs and feet to swell Barb said he has battled lymphedema for the past 17 years and has trouble walk ing because of the illness I didn t know what it w a s until > 1->c: w > w Cl w :I: C/) ...J CD ::> a. z w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z z w (/) < c c: 0 ...J u. CD w e, :. JO Lb Spare Ribs ':"'''' Jl) I. t )", Uncle John' s Smoked Sausage / -:::"' $ 99 Ch Leg Quarters :l; >"::...,. ... ... .. ',,) . ll".j\ : Chicken Wings Money Saving Coupon Money Sav1ng Coupon Money SaVIng Coupon ------il Money Saving Coupon Buffalo 5 L bs Collard I Money Saving Coupon Money Saving Coupon Chicken Leg 1 1 Center Cut Money Saving Coupon Money Saving Coupon Quarters Pork Chops Ground Beef Whiting Fish Fillet s3:99 : sg:g : s 6$ : sj:gg : Ceupon F01 Thne CCI.IQOI"' NMMd Fr Thne c.oupo, Th. w Couoorl ,_...o.d F01 3 Ox!Mls 5 Cube Stelk 5 soewe-t 5 lbs End Cut rcn Chops 5 lbs. GroiJnd 8cct 5 lbs o:'od
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All About You ANGEL,,MRS. TAYLOR, DA'LAUREN And SA'KENDRA Ms. Helen R. Taylor of the City of Tampa Recreation Dept. is "RETIRING" y'all. Starting at 7 p. m. on April 3, 2009, atKid Mason Center (near Central Park), we re saying, "Farewell!" Please come out and join us. R. S. V. P. by calling (813) 919-1413. Happvlst Binhdav KI N G D AVI D Happy 1st birthday King David. Love, daddy and Ceta. BLACK BEAUTIE Happy 27th birthday. Happv Binhdav DEANDRE WRIGHT Happy birthd ay From your grandpa and your mother! e you oon. Joint Meeting The Hillsborough County Community Action Board's Executive and P lanning and Evaluation Committee' will m et jointl y on Wednes day, April 1, 2009 at 12 : 00 noon at the Fr d Karl County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., on th 26th Floor, Conf rene Room "D.' The Hillsborough County Community Action Board is an Advisory Board to the Hill s borough County Board of County Commissioners. The pub lic i s invit d to attend. For additional information, p i as call 272-6770 -f .L.o.c.a.l._ ______________________________________ c Just Elementarv School Students Visit Cosmetolouv Class }< s: )> JJ (") ::z: Co) ...... S e v e r al 3 rd 4th, a nd 5th grad e stud e nts a t Just El e m entary School r ecently vis ited Blake Hi g h S c h o ol' s Cos m e t o l ogy C lass. Th e stude nts w e r e treat e d with hairs t y ling haircuts man-i cures, p e di cures, and f ac ial s duri n g the vis i t The e l e m entary student s h a d lunch with their older p eers b e for e returning to their own sc ho ol. Th e e l e m entary students are m e mbers of the Ladi e s Club and the Gentlemen s Club respe cti ve l y (Photography by Brunson). Sctdricka, S haquclla, a n d Lakherya a r e hown in thi p h o tograph Shonte Jackson i an 11th grader and Jonecia Mickens i a 10th grade student. The a r e ho' n with Jachnria Jenkin Ms. J s len B u b n n n t I hown witl1 Byron urt r. United Urban Outreach Presents Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole's Artist Showcase Saturday, 8:30 A.M. Workshops Saturday, 6 P.M., Conference Musical Featuring: The Clart Sisters Sunday, 5 P.M., Concert Finale Featuring: Kierra "Kiki" Sheard Spon or Opportunltl VIP Sponsor Luncheon With The Cl rk Si t M! Vendor Preferred For

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11 WorshiP Center Hosts "A FamiiV ADair" Members of Genesis Worship Center presented "A Family Affair" on March 14th Sister Tanya Miller presided over the program. Evangelist Jewel Davis read the >=' Scripture and Min. Darren Watson led the prayer <( Sister Paulette Freeman extended the welcome while First Lady Joai Broughton gave the occasion In addition to the program, those in attendance enjoyed dinner blessed by Min. Freddie Wright. DoOT prizes were awarded and the Celebration of 4 Generations was W held before church pastor, Elder Alfonzo Broughton, Jr., made closing remarks and gave the benediction. (Photographs by James McAllister and Julia Jackson). ::) .... 0 a: u. 0 z <( 0 (/) w ::) ..... >a: w > w c w :I: (/) Pastor Alfonzo Broughton and First Lady .Joai Broughton at the 'A Family Affair" Program held at Genesis Worship Center. Among those in attendance at the Genesis Worship Center program were Rodney and Tanya Miller, who was the Mistress of Ceremony. Yolanda Colson and Calia Broughton arc shown at the reception for "A Family Affair" held at Genesis \Vorship Center. Mother Annie Singleton and Mother Ozzie Dell Tolbert of Newark, New Jersey were in attendance. Deneen Maxwell is shown with her mom, Phyliss Thurston. Min. Freddie and Sister Phyllis Wright attended the event. Members of the St. John Gents who attended the e\ent shown on the first row are: Camden \Villiams, Justin Bell, and DeAndra Fulton. Shown on the back row are: Ke\in Beckham, Sr., Tellis Lawrence, Kevin Beckham, Jr., and Roose\elt Lawrence, Jr. Among those in attendance at the program were (shown seated): Evangelist Earlene Sermons, Minister Alvin Brown, and Shawanda Brown. Shown standing were: First Lady Joai Broughton, Minister Darren Watson and Olwyn Watson. John Simmons, Mother Lottie Pickens and Rebecca Sim mons attended the event at Genesis Worship Center. Bishop Isaac and Doris Andrews

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Entertainment Threat Detailed In Dispute over Neverland MICHAEL JACKSON NEW YORK --When troubled pop king Michael Jackson is involved, even a yard sale can become an epic struggle. A Hollywood auction house hired by Jackson to sell off the contents of his shuttered Neverland Ranch said it is pressing ahead with plans to put some 2,000 items on the block in April, despite the pop legend's surprise bid this month to halt the sale. Some of the glitziest items will be on display to the public at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square this week, including one of Jackson's signature black fedoras, two of his MTV Video Music Awards, costumes he wore on tour in the 1980s and several crystal-encrusted gloves. Jackson filed a lawsuit in early Murch, claiming that he had never given permission for the sale of many "priceless and irreplaceable" items. The auction house, Julien's Auctions, fired back in court papers, saying that Jackson's representatives had been deeply and enthusiastically involved in the sale for many months, until a sudden reversal last month. .Jackson Glov<' on I Display in Times S JJ (') RIHANNAAnd CHRIS BROWN LOS ANGELES Chris Brown and Rihanna, who added star power to last year's Kids' Choice Awards, were conspicuously absent at the annual event on Saturday. Brown, who was nominated for favorite male singer and favorite song for "Kiss Kiss, withdrew his name from Kids' Choice contention after he was :I: arrested Feb. 8 for alleged-ly attacking his girlfriend. Rihanna, a fellow Kids' g Choice nominee for favorite tO female singer and favorite song for "Don't Stop the Music ," was also a no-show. "For them not to be here is very sad. I was looking forward to seeing them here," rapper Soulja Boy, who is a friend of the pop stars, said from the orange carpet. "Right now, it's a sad situation. And it's very touchy. I'm just .... it just shocked me when it happened," he added. Soulja Boy said he's spoken with Brown over the phone and that the 19-year-old R&B singer is "doing OK" 'T1 r 0 lJ Charge Dropped Against R&B Singer wavna c )> (j) m z :::j z m r HOUSTON --A judge has dismissed a charge against Grammy-nominated singer Wayna after she was arrested at a Houston airport for trying to bring a collapsible police baton through security. Wayna was charged with possession of a prohibited weapon Wednesday. The third-degree felony was dropped Friday. Wayna, who attended the hearing with an attorney, uses the baton as a prop while per forming. Houston police said Thursday that security guards at Bush International Airport discovered the 24-inch baton in her carry-on bag. Wayna released her second album, Higher Ground, in 2008. One song on the album is Billy WAYNA tD c r r m :::! z -o c tD c (j) :I: m c m < m lJ -< -t c m (j) c )> Club," a ballad about police z abuse. She twirls and C points the baton when per-forming it live. c Wayna thanked prosecu-tors for not pursuing the incident further. ATM Machine C) m -- .. --...... U)

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en Sports Tiger Returns To Winning At Bav Hill TIGER WOODS Woods made a 25-foot birdie on the final hole at Bay Hill to win by one, he crouched and backpedaled as the putt rolled toward the cup. But instead of slamming his cap to the ground, he gave a roundfist pump and ran into the arms of caddie Steve Williams, who lifted him off the ground in cele bration C ORLANDO -Tiger Welcome back, Tiger. "Last year ... there wasn't any big comeback or anything. I was out there just competing as usual," Woods said. "This time, it was a little bit different I hadn't been in the mix since the U.S. Open, so it was neat to feel the heat on the back nine again a: Woods had not felt such LL c z < c en w :::J .... > a: w > w c w en :J CD :::J C1. z i= w ..J ..J :::J CD w z i= z w en ( 0 ..J LL 0 .,... w an adrenaline rush in nine months, especially when he stood over a 12-foot birdie putt Sunday at Bay Hill with only enough sunlight remaining for one last shot. It made Woods forget that it had been nine months since he played under so much pressure. And then he made golf remember the magic it had been missing. With cameras flashing in the approaching darkness, Woods delivered another rock-star moment by making a birdie on the final hole to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational by one shot and match the largest comeback in his PGA Tour career. "'t feels good to be back in contention, to feel the rush," Woods said. "It's been awhile, but God, it felt good." It sure looked that way. Just like last year, when Starting the final round five shots behind, Woods closed with a 3-under 67 for a one-shot victory over hard-luck Sean O'Hair. It was the third time he won at Bay Hill with a birdie putt on the 18th hole, and this uphill putt was the easiest of all. Woods finished at 5-under 275 and won $1.08 million for his 66th career victory. Only once in his career has Woods failed to win a PGA Tour even in the three months leading to the Masters, but more Bay Hill magic took care of that "It's like Stevie was say ing out there," Woods said of caddie Steve Williams. "This feels like we hadn't left. You just remember how to do it. It hasn't been that long for me, but you just have that feel of what to do. And it's a matter of getting it done." 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 79AndUp t Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ............... ........ $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. ttMtf 2WiTttTHtSAO{)NLY!! a.: Saints Agree To Contract With OJ Coleman ROD COLEMAN METAIRIE, LA Veteran free-agent defen sive tackle Rod Coleman has agreed to terms on a one -year contract with the New Orleans Snints. The 32-yenr old former Pro Bowl selection did not play last season after being released by the Atlanta Falcons, where he had some of his best seasons under current Saints defensive line coach Bill Johnson. The 6-foot-2, 285-pound lineman Jed all NFL defen sive tackles in sacks in 2004 (11.5) and 2005 {10.5) while Johnson was a Falcons assistant. lick Planning on Big NFL Bucks MlCHAEL VlCK Michael Vick's plan to climb out of bankruptcy partly depends on the suspended star suiting up again for the NFL after he gets out of prison. The embattled Atlanta Falcons quarterback is hoping to earn as much as $10 million a year or more, according to court filings in his bank ruptcy case. Under the plan he submitted to the court, Vick would keep the first $750,000 of his annual income over the next five years. After that, a percentage would go to his creditors based on a sliding scale. Gil Brandt, a senior analyst for NFL.com, predicted Ro1er Goodell would give Vick another chance to play, possibly after sanctioning him again. But he said Vick, who holds the NFL single-season record for rushing yards by a quarterback, would stand a better chance of making a team at a differe.nt..position suctt blrc1c. Moats Willing To Accept IPOIOUV lilt's Sincere RYAN And TAMISHIA MOATS ... inset OFFICER POWELL Houston Texans running back Ryan Moats and his wife say they are ready to move past an incident in which a Dallas police offi cer held the player outside a hospital as his motherin-law died inside. "Well, first of all I accept his apology, and I hope it's sincere -a sincere apolo gy," Moats said on ABC' s "Good Morning America" on Monday. "I've kind of left it up to my wife because I love Jo, my mother-in-law .... She was just like my mom. "And so I wanted to leave that up to [Tamishia) if she wanted to hear that from him." Tamisbia Moats walked away from the scene of the March 18 incident to go into the hospital, even as the officer had his gun drawn. She said there was nothing officer Robert Powell could have done to persuade her to stay. "I was thinking through my mind, 'I'm going to go into this hospital, I will be by my mom's side no matter what,' she said on the ABC morning show. Moats said she would appreciate a personal apol ogy from Powell. "When you're in a situation like that you really don't think about how dangerous it is because honestly he could have shot me," Tamisbia Moats said. "I mean, he pointed the gun at me and basically said, you know, don't take another step, don't move, get back over here." Powell, 25, a three-year member of the Dallas police force, issued a statement Saturday through hill1Aw-eis _exp.cQ&slng. regret for the incident "Actually, it would be comforting if we heard an apology directly from him," Tamishia Moats said. "But up to this point we have not received a personal call from him, direct ly. Maybe he has tried to reach out and we just perhaps missed his call. We definitely would accept his apology because, you know, he's a human beiqg so we would, definitely." Another allegation against Powell relating to an NFL player's wife surfaced over the weekend. The Dallas Morning News reported that Maritza Thomas, wife of former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Zacb Thomas, was handcuffed and spent approximately three hours in jail after Powell pulled her over for an illegal Utum in July 2008. Four of the five tickets issued against Maritza Thomas were later dropped, including failure to show proof of insurance, running a red light, improper address on driver's license and not having a registration sticker on the windshield. She accepted deferred adjudication for the illegal Uturn charge, and her record will be cleared next month. Powell stopped Moats outside Baylor Regional Medical Center in the Dallaa suburb of Plano after his vehicle rolled through a red light. By the time the 26-year-old NFL player received a ticket and a lecture from Powell, his mother-in-law was dead. The ticket issued to Moats has been .diilmi8sea.

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Sports Titans Trv To Keep Young Motivated Behind Collins VINCE YOUNG And KERRY COLLINS Titans coach Jeff Fisher has made it clear to Vince Young. If the young quar terback wants to play, he's going to have to earn his job back. Standing in the way is Kerry Collins, whom Tennessee re-signed to a two-year, $15 million deal with $8.5 million guaranteed -and he's coming back as the starter. Young remains under contract for three more seasons, and the Titans hope he'll be motivated to improve. Young goes into his fourth season with three years left on his contract. His first season, when he was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, arguably is his best. He threw for only one touchdown with two inter ceptions and three sacks in three games last season. Roddick Mav Decline oner To Plav H-0-R-S-E Against D-Wade ANDY RODDICK vs. DWYANEWADE MIAMI --Andy Roddick says he'll likely be unable to accept Dwyane Wade's offer to play H-0-R-S-E. The Miami Heat announced that Wade would play Roddick and fellow tennis pro Mardy Fish on the team's practice court following Sunday's workout. But a few hours later, Roddick said his next match in the Sony Ericsson Open will be the same day, likely preventing him from taking on Wade. Jazz's Boozer Files For Divorce In liami MIAMI Utah Jazz forward Carlos Boozer bas filed for divorce in Miami from his wife of more than six years. Court documents filed Thursday call the marriage between Boozer and his wife, "irretrievably broken." Boozer says the couple's home in Miami is for sale. The Jazz star also wants rights to a second home they own in Salt Lake City. The couple has twin 19-month-olds and a 2-yearold child. Boozer seeks CARLOS BOOZER shared child custody and is willing to pay child support. Garnen Out For Two More Games KEVIN GARNETf BOSTON --Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett is out for another two games. Celtics coach Doc Rivers said Sunday that Garnett would miss the game against Oklahoma City and probably Wednesday's against Charlotte. Garnett missed 13 games with a strained right knee, then played part-time in four while trying to work his way back into shape. He missed Friday night's game against Atlanta. Boston is 11-6 without Garnett this season. Posev Suspended For Thro n Ball It efsFeet JAMES POSEY NEW ORLEANS-New Orleans Hornets forward James Posey has been suspended one game by the NBA for an incident with a referee. The Hornets announced the discipline on Sunday, saying that Posey would miss an important Southwest Division game against the San Antonio Spurs that night. Voice q,{Our Communit ,.Speaking for ltselfp BEAUTY UNLIMITED MIA-MICHELLE Once again the Beauty Unlimited spotlight has found Mia-Michelle as our feature. Normally a picture speaks a thousand words but for this young lady, It only tells part of the story. Mia Michelle is a very confi dent young woman who aspires to one day become a household name. She enjoys spending time wfth her friends, and has no problem smiling and posing in front of the camera. She also enjoys dancing and having a good time, but everything must be within rea son. When it come sot the man in her life, Mia Michelle said he must be handsome Intelligent financially secure, respectful and have goals. Congratulations to MlaMichelle as this week s Beauty Unlimited feature. c: m fJ) c s: )> ::c (") ::I: (.) ....t. 1\) 0 0 CD "T1 r-0 :::D g fJ) m z z m r;I:D c: r rm z c: I:D r-c;; :z: m c m < m c: m (/) c ):It z c "T1 :::D c

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en Memoriam c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::> ..,_ > a: w > w c w :z:: en ::::i m :l Q. z Iii _. _. :l m w z z w en <( c a: 0 ..J u.. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. WILLIE B. BROCK Happy birthday mother. April first is your birthday. We all miss you and love you. From, your children, grands and other family members and friends. We'll always love you. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Louise Ling, Tampa. Mrs. Hazel Lee, Tampa. Ms. Shardai Jackson, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME John Fennell, Tampa. Albert Harris, Tampa. Infant Quarterman, Tampa. BettyeJ. Tucker, Tampa. Kirby Watts, Tampa. RAYWILUAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Joseph Bozeman, Sr., Tampa. Mr. Bondie Harrison, Tam-pa. Mr. Julio Leal, Tampa. Mr. Willie Nichols, Tampa. Mr. Johnny Nunn, Tampa. Mr. Amos Robinson, Jack sonville. Mrs. Ernestine Rogers, Tampa. Mrs. Winifred Whigham, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. James Thomas, Sr., Tampa. Mr. Kevin Harris, Tampa. STONE FUNERAL HOME Mrs. H)lydee Amezquita, Tampa. Mr. Whitney Robert Jamison, Tampa. National Man Beheads 5-Year-Oid Sister After Her Birthdav Sarafina, 9 (right), rang emergency services as her sister Samantha, 17, lay dead on the floor. NEW ZEALAND --A man on a rampage fatally stabbed his 17-year-old sister, decapitated his s-year-old sister in front of a police officer and then turned toward hi s 9-year-old sister with a knife in his hand before officers shot him dead in what their chief described as "a killing field." There was no clear moti ve for the events that unfolded Saturday, the day after the syear-old's birthday, in a tiny Boston suburb that also is home to Gov. Deval Patrick. But there was no doubt at the carnage wrought by 23-year-old Kerby Revelus against his sisters in the two-family home they shared with their parents and grandmother. Five-year-old Bianca was killed as a cake for her birthday, which investigators believe was Friday, sat on the kitchen table. Nine-year-old Sarafina dialed 911 and watched police shoot her brother as her elder s i ster, 1 7year-old Samantha, lay dead on the floor Sarafina was ho spitalized Sunday with defensive wounds to her hands and s t ab wounds in her abdomen and one of her legs, police said In policing, we see the raw human emotion every day, but to think that a human being could afflict such an atrocious, violent act on his own family is unbelievable," Milton Police Chief Richard G. Wells Jr. said. when I walked up to the first officer (on the scene), I could see the whole story right in his face. This just told me that this was something very bad." 1--1 () 11 Funeral Home John W Harmon, L F D Jumcs Hormon. L : F D. 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 ...,_,.,-. 101N.._._,,_ ,PI.,.. Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fltr (rl:l) 1/51-4912 Saturday's attack came about 24 hours after Revelus had gotten into a fistfight with a man living next door, Wells said WBlows were exchanged," he said. "I don' t know the cause of it, but we re confi dent that did happen. He had been agitated in the hours that followed that, going into the day and last night." Investigators believe Revelus targeted Samantha, a senior at Milton High School, and fatally stabbed h e r with a hou se hold knife while their grandmother, who neighbors say live s on the fir s t floor was doing laundr y in th e basement. The children's parents, whose identities weren't immediately r evealed, were away; their mother is a nurse at a Boston hospital, Wells said. Sarafina, a student at the Tucker Elementary School just b e hind th e house, called 911 arou nd 5 p m local tim e An officer on patrol in the neighborhood arrived within a minute, Wells said, and could hear an altercation in s id e as he reached the second floor. The 911 operator tried to persuade Sarafina to open the door, but when she didn't the officer broke through aAs the officer e ntered the door, (Revelus) decapitated (llianca) in front of him," Wells said. He actually walked into a killing field. He walked into such carnage, as far as the atrocity of it I've never seen it." Within moments, four officers were inside and two of them shot Revelus as he tried to get to Sarafina, Wells said. Revelus fell, still clutching the knife. I SentlneiBu "The W'ice of Our c:omtn.unity Speaking for ltself. 81,3) 248-192 lawver Stabbed 38 Times; Husband Held Slain attorney Chiquita Tate was such a believer in th e legal system that she had a tattoo of Lady Justice on her back, co llege friend T. J. Crawford recalled. Chiquita Tate was in the midde of a high-profile murder trial when she was stabbed to death in her law office. She just had an attachment to justice and doing what's right by people. She was always very serious about that," said Crawford, a teacher and community orga nizer in Chicago, Ulinois. But Tate, described by col leagues as a tenacious defense attorney who fought for her clients, cou ld not save herself. Family members and friends in Chicago; Atlanta, Georgia, and Tate's adopted home tiny Baker, Louisiana are reeling from the grisly details of Tate's slaying, and police say it was at the hands of her husband, Greg Harris. They had been mar ried about 141/2 months Harris, 37, is in custody, accused of stabbing Tate to CHIQUITA TATE Was Killed By Husband, GREGHARRJS death. He is charged with second-degree murder and the illegal use of a dangerous weapon. A judge last week set his bond at $soo,ooo. In a phone interview with CNN, Harris' attorney, Lewis Unglesby, said police have the wrong man. wGreg Harris by all accounts .. is innocent. I don't know anybody that thinks he did it, except the police," Uglesby said. "There's nothing in his background. He has cooperated completely with the police; be's signed everything they've asked him to sign. He's let them search his house, his car." President Obama Inspires Florida Students To Pull Up Their Pants For one day, at least, nobody at Plantation High School in South Florida was sagging. Inspired b y November MTV News interview wit h then-candidate Barack Obama, in which h e counseled, "brothers should pull up their pants," when asked about ordinances banning saggy pants, the school ce l ebrated "Pull Up Your Pants Day" on Thursday, and by aiJ accounts it was a big success we jost finished a faculty meeting and a teacher came up to us and said, 'Ms. Carter, the atmosphere was so positive, the kids were on their best behavior, there were no incidents, no one got out of line with all this media being here,'" ninth-grade reading teacher Diana Carter, one of the t eachers behind the sag free event, told M1V News on March 27tn. A local Wal Mart supplied 200 free belts to distribute to students whose pants didn't meet the school's dress code, which mandates that underwear should not be showing. Carter said 85 were handed out on Thursday "That 's why they call it underwear!" she said. Obamas To Use Own Cash To Redecorate White House The Obamas are using their own money to redecorate the White House residence and Oval Office, forgoing the $100,000 in federal funds that is traditionally allotted fo n ew presidents for s u ch renovation projects. The first couple -who mad e well over $2 million 2008, largel y from the book -revenues is also nlrning down money from the White Hous e Historical Association: the organization that financed a $74,000 set of china for the Bushes. New presidents have tionally undertaken extensive redecoration efforts to their personal quarters reflect their own tastes, with a new Oval Office rug tradition ringing in as the priciest item. Former President George W. Bush spent ov r $6o,ooo on a new crenm carpet designed by Laura Bush in 2000 to replace the deep blue rug that covered the spnce during the Clinton administration. Obama aides have said the president lik{s the Bush mg. and does not plan to replace it.

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crime Woman Jailed After 9-1-1 Call EVON CAVE'IT Tampa Police arrested a woman last Thursday after she reportedly called police and said her roommate had taken her beer away. According to reports, Evon Cavett, 43, 712 East Floribraska Avenue, called police 2:30 a.m., Thursday. When they arrived, police said she was confused and said she hadn't calle d them. After establi:::hing the fact that Cavett had called pc)Iice, they left Cavett allegedly called 9-1-1 again at 2:46 a.m. and asked why police were at her house, saying she hadn't called them before. The same officers returned to Cavett's apartment and warned her about misusing the 9-1-1 system, and told her if she called again without an emergency, she'd be arrested. After the officers left, Cavett reportedly called 749-1-1 again and told police to come and arrest her, and they did. When officers ordered Cavett to stand up and put down her beer, she reportedly screamed profanities. The officers took the beer away, stood her up and led her out of the building while she continued to scream. She's been charged with misuse of the 9-1-1 system, resisting arrest without violence and disorderly conduct. She was released after posting a $1,250 bond. Home Invasion suspect Killed, Shooter Arrested On Unrelated Charges JAMEEL YOUNG ... one qf,two ho,nc inva-. sion suspects, was sh"l und killed by homeowner. ; .... f,. ,, : : : .::; P,OLK .COUNTY. -On Saturday night, the Polk County .Sherifrs Office reports that a man was shot and killed when he and another man allegedly kicked in the door of a duplex in Lakeland. Police said the two armed men were attempting n home invasion o : J N>rth Frontage Road ut 10:: 30 p .m. The resident in tht -home, Derek i2, got his own 11d fired at the '. .. ho fled the home, policP One of the men eoll;qJs<'d an4l of .a .gu.n.;lw! DEREK W IMES ... home o w n e r N hot killed Young wus u rrc.o;tecl gun charge. wound driveway of .. 1'he dead suspect was identified as Ja.meel 20. Young reportedly .had a warrant for his arrest on Mni-ch 27th for armed robbery. Deputies nrc still.lookiug for the suspect. Deputies Hnid Wimes is u convicted f...loo nncl o:hould not have had n gun at hil'l home. He tnkl'n into custody for having the J{llll and for hnvinJ{ mnrijunna in the home. H<' bond nnd \'!;,s rl'lt'llN<'d. operation Spring Cleaning' Results In 123 Arrests The Tampa Police Department in a joint oper ation with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office initiated a 2-day operation Thursday called "Operation Spring Cleaning The operation included warrant roundups, prostitu tion stings and several drug stings. HCSO Captain Allen Hill said of the 123 total arrests, 94 were in the county. "We served 46 warrants and the other arrests were probable cause cases More than 150 warrants were looked at and we're pleased with the results Capt. Hill said the opera tion focused on the areas of Florida Avenue, Bearss, U. S 301, Hillsborough and 50th Street, and H i llsborough Avenue Teenager Found Shot laVIna lnRoadWav ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police are searching for two or three suspects who shot a teenag er, wrecked a car and ned from police. Police have released no information on the shoot.:!rs who wore masks and took off in a maroon Plymouth Breeze after the gunfire at 11:40 p.m. Sunday. The victim, who has not been identified was transported to a local hospital. Victim In Serious Condition After Accidental Shooting JOE RRAOFoR D ... i n serious condition nf\c aidentallihootina. ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police report that a young man is in seriOUII condition after an acci dental shooting Friday. Policc llnid Joe L. Bradford, 20, was han dling a gun when it chargcd. The bullet struck him in thl' head. Hl t.o Boyfont Mtdknl Clntcr. The incident occur1ed nt Bradford' home, 1704 45th Street, South. nnd police snid nt thi;; ti11w '"l nrC' fWn 1 Former Foster Mom Indicted On First-Degree Murder Charge ST. PETERSBURG -Former foster mother, Tenesia Brown, 41, was indicted by a grand jury Thursday on a charge of first-degree murder. Brown had been the foster mother to Lazon Gulley, 3, who had been taken from his biological mother while she battled drug problems. In 2006, the child suffered severe brain injuries that investigators determined were consistent with shaken baby syndrome. Lazon remained in a vegetative state until his death last year. The Pinellas-Pasco State attor-TENESIA BROWN ney's Office examined the autopsy results that were presented to the grand jury. No trial date has been set. Trio Arrested In Credit Card Fraud Scheme JENNIFER JACKSON PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriffs Office Economic Crimt>s detectives arrt>sted three people Wednesday in connection with a scheme to defraud in which the sus pects racked up about $61.000 in credit card charges on Mary's Department Store Visa$ According .to detectives one of the suspects, Jennifer Jackson, who WI! an employee of Mncy's and Customer ., Service .Center in Clt'arwater, altered. infor mation of actual Macy's Credit Card so as tc receive numerous credit cards and billing statements. She and two others tht!n reportedly par ticipntcd in the use of the ct-cdit cards. 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en C) C) N Q i: u. Q z 4( Q U) w :::::) Q w % U) ::i :::::) L z t .... .... :::::) .... w z w i2 g u. .. Classifieds 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 Coqe Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public.hearing on April 1, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. to 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 Fl001:, 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) 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 hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim I'8COfd of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE I 08-17277 CORNELIO MERIELE A. MARTINEZ PEDRO R. 8716 N. 52ND ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION CODES AMENDED : 19-56, AND 27-n TABLE 4-1 MARIAN SUBDIVISION LOT19 1<42ns.oooo CASE I 08-18093 HIPPARD, MICHAEL 2917 E. 21ST AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION CODES : '19--46, 19-50, 19-231 GREENVILLE SUBDIVISION PlAT3PG50 LOT3BLOCK 1 188452.0000 CASE I 08-19739 MARTINEZ, MAIR MARTINEZ, LUIS B. 117 E. POINSETTIA AVE. AIFA,FL SECTIONS: 19-48, 19-<47, 19-<49 19-50 CASTlE tE.IGHTS MAP LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK R 144173.0000 CASE t 01-22172 LOLKEIIA; CAROLINE 1'108 E. POINIETTIA AVE., AliftA.R. SECTIONS: 19-48AND 1NO 'NAPA 0\IERLOOK LOT 13 BLOCK 73 144125.0000 CASE I 08-23113 BARCENAS, YANCEY BARCENAS, ALEX BARCENAS, NEY 10703 N. 15TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-<46, 19-<49 AND 19-50 TILSEN MANOR SUBDIVISION LOT 1 BLOCK 12 1<41237. 0000 CASE I 08-23<430 WOODMAN, STELLA 1009 E. SENECA AVE., TAMPA,FL SECTIONS: 19--46, AND 19-50 NEBRASKA AVENUE HEIGHTS LOTS 7 AND 8 BLOCK 8 14383<4.0000 CASE I 08-23110 SOTO, RAIION S. ESTATE OF 1433 E. E.-A ST .. TAIIPA, FL SECTION: 19-50 NEBRASKA HEIGHTS LOT 1 BLOCK 5 AND N %OF ABUTTING THEREOF 171974.0000 101-241r1 KNIGHTON QUIDENE IEJKNIGHTON, MICHELLE 10819 N. 21ST ST., TAMPA. FL SECTION: 27-77 AND TABLE 4-1 BRIARWOOD UNrT NO 1 LOT 7 BLOCK 20 141848.0000 CASE t 01-24371 IIOILVAR 1402 N.11TH ST., TA_.A, FL SECTIONS: 1....e,19-49 1NO 'NAPA OVERLOOK LOT 10 BLOCK 5 144282.0000 CASE I 08-24563 GIORGIANNI, JOSEPH GJORGIANNI, AMY 1918 E.115TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-50 BRIAR'NOOD UNIT NO 1 LOT 13 BLOCK 2 141528.0000 CASE I 08-24937 WELCH, PEARUE 1606 E. 33RD AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19--46, 19-<49, 19-50 jAND 19-231 BONITA LOT 11 AND S % OF ALLEY ABUTTING BLOCK 29 ORD4736-A 172567.0000 CASE I 08-25520 DIMOV, YORDAN I. 2301 E. 23RDAVE., TAIFA, FL SECT10N CODES: 19-46, 19-<47, 19-49, 19-50, 19-233 jANo19-234 LOT3BLOCK 1 188104.0000 CASE I 08-25514 IARTHURTON, CARlEN CHRISTOBEI LE 10101 N. 21TH IT., TAIFA, R. SECTIONS: 19-238 AND jcouEGE VILLAGE SUBDIVISION S eo FT OF LOT 5 BLOCK 3 140581.0000 CASE t 01-21711 LUNDY, ANGELA 1111 E. WOOD IT .. TAIFA, FL SECTIONS: 18-aO HILLSBORO HEIGHTS MAP SOUTH LOTS 11 NJ 12 BLOCK H 145382.0100 CASE t 01-21271 HARRIS, JERRY W. 2101 E. 21TH AVE.; TAIFA, FL SECTIONS: 19-i8, AND 18-aO CAMPOBELLO BLOCKS 1 TO 30 LOT 8 BLOCK 22 174277.0000 CASE t 01-21310 ASHBY, ALLAN FLASHER J. LOPEZ !VAL CO.TTES 3202 TR A LAND TIT 3202 E. 31TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-48 AND 18-233 iAL TAMIRA HEIGHTS LOT78LOCK3 158085.0000 CASE I 08-28487 TRINITY PROPERTY INVESTMENTS INC. C/0 SHONA CARCARY REG AGT 450t E. HENRY AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-231 W% OF W 128.2 FT OF E 153.2 FTOF N 105 FTOF S 160 FTOF N 185 FT OF NE Y. OF SW Y. OF SE Y. 152767 0000 CASE I 08-26531 HOLLAND, TERRY 7606 N. 14TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-<49, 19-50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDmON LOT 3 LESS N 75 FT AND W 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON E DS25 FTOF LOT7 AND LOTS 8 AND 9 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON BLK75 147037.0000 CASE I 08-21376 KHAZAMI, KATHY A. 8308 N. 11TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49,27-77 TABLE 4-1 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION S% OF LOT 12 AND LOT 13 BLOCK22 146414 0000 CASE I 08-21484 ELFATTAH,MAHMOUD 2811 N. 13TH ST., AlB, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-26, 19-231 AND 19-238 ALAMEDA THE S 67.50 FT OF THEW-45FT OF LOT 1 BLOCK 6 187051 0000 CASE I 08-21531 SIIAU. CARL C. 3102 N. 13TH ST., TAIFA, FL SECTlON: 19-231 BAKER'S J M SUBDIVISION LOT9BLOCK9 172904 0000 CASE t 01-21171 STRALEY, DANIEUSTRALEY IRMA II. 1711 E. NOIE ST., A/8., AIFA,FL SECTIONS: 19-233, NJ 19-49 FERNCLFF LOT281 148829.0000 CASE t Cll-8123 MULAC, DONALD RAY 1112 E. HAa.TON, AVE., AIFA,FL SECTION: 19-49 SEMINOLE CREST ESTATES E 30 FT OF LOT 23 NJ W 40FT OF LOT 24 BLOCK 7 149302.0000 CASE 01-21m t 01-27134 N FILIPPO, ANTONIO URQUHART,ITIVE ._ N. 27TH IT .. TA_.A, FL 1401 N.11TH IT,. TAIFA, FL SECTION: 18-233 TBFLE GABLES OAK TERRACE REVISED N 83FT OF LOT lSI PLAT OF 141003.0000 LOTS :MIANO 241-AND I THEREON CASE t Cll-11111 14111!. SENECA AVE., A_.A,FL NEBRASkA AVENUE HEIGHTS LOTS 19 AND 20 BLOCK 27 143847.0200 GIL.LESPIE, THOIIAS STUCKEY, LAIIONT dRalf,lCATIIA. . M10 N.11TH IT,. FL SECTION: 18-41, 11-50 OAK 'TERRACE REVISED PLAT OFLOTS 42S AND 428 TOG WITH EM CLOSED ALLEY ABUTT1NG THEREON 145721.0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 288.28, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILmES NEEDING : EJPECIAL ACCOMMOD,ATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SRotn..D CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO PAAnESMAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING ; FOxx-KNOWLES CITYCLERK

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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 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 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# 08-16885 CASE # 08-22705 CASE # 08-26586 CASE# 08-27716 COX, MARVEL BORRAS, ORLANDO BRYANT, TRACEY ALAN ARROYO, FRANCISCO 802 E. LOUISANA AVE., 8501 N. ROME AVE., TAMPA, FL 808 W. HIAWATHA ST., 915 W. PATTERSON ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-232 TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL EL PORTAL SECTION: 19-233 SECTION CODES: 19-46, 19-49, LOT 5 BLOCK 29 SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-47, PATON'S PARK VIEW AND 19-50 98802.0000 AND 19-50 SUBDIVISION ORANGEDALE PARK RIVERSIDE FIRST ADDITION LOT 17 AND S }S CLOSED ALLEY LOT 9 BLOCK 1 AND ALLEY TOVVEST ABUTTING ON N CASE # 08-2583 101072.0000 ABUTTING ON N PINION, JAMES R. LOT4 BLOCK 7 164930.0000 PINION, MARY 104946.0000 CASE tl 08-27808 10230 N. OAKLEAF AVE., FERNANDEZ, ENRIQUE CASE# 08-18199 TAMPA, FL CASE tl 08-26615 1703 W. SUGH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-26, AND 19-27 FERRER, JOHN SECTION: 19-26 BALLARD, CRAIG CRANDALL'S M J ADOITION 4019 W. LaSALLE ST., GOLFLAND OF TAMPA'S NORTH 8415 N. EDISON AVE., TO WILMA TAMPA,FL SIDE TAMPA,FL W50 FTOFLOT25 LESS S 5 FT SECTIONS: 19-231, 19-26, 19-46, COUNTRY CLUB AREA NO. 2 SECTIONS: 19-47, 19-49, 19-50, ADD'L RIW FOR SLIGH 19-47 AND 19-50 N 24FT OF LOT 20 AND LOT 21 AND19-234 102167.0000 BELVEDERE PARK BLK29 ELPORTAL CASE tl 08-28159 LOTS 2 AND 3 LESS W 10FT OF 96483.0000 LOT 17 BLOCK 4 JACKSON, WAYNE LOT 2 BLOCK 10 98495.0000 1107 W. MAIN ST., TAMPA, FL 111409.0000 CASE t1 08-25610 SECTIONS: 19-46, !AND 19-50 CUTINO, OSEAS CASE tl 01-21117 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF CASE t1 01-19028 2726 W. SPRUCE ST., WHITE, MICHAEL D. 2ND TO WEST TAMPA FUENTES, JOSE AND TAMPA, FL AND KATHLEEN M. LOT 23 AND W 6 FT OF LOT 24 2012 N. SAINT VINCENT ST., SECTIONS: 27-77 TABLE 4-1, 301 E. PARIS ST., TAMPA, FL BLOCK 17 TAIFA,Fl 19-26, 19-27, SECTIONS: 19-56 179008.0000 SECTIONS: AND 19-50 AND 27-129 CASE tl 08-28710 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF SEMINOLE HEIGHTS NORTH AYALA, BRENDA MACFARLANE PARK TO WEST TAMPA LOTS15AND16BLOCK1 7003 N. DUNCAN AVE., S 10 FT OF LOT 7 AND N 36FT LOT 8 BLOCK 42 163816.0000 TAIFA,Fl OF LOT 8 BLOCK 42 179479.0000 SECTIONS: 19-26, AND 19-27 \ COTTER'S SPRING HIU SUB 180442.0000 CASE t 01-27130 LOT4 CASE t 08-25143 WALSH, RYAN 161893.0100 CASE t 08-11111 SCAGLIONE, GESUALE L 1317W. HIAWATHA ST., ----IIC CRAE, 3201 N. ROME AVE., TAMPA, FL TAMPA,FL CASE t ot-01310 MICHELLE SECTIONS: 19-46, AND SECTIONS: 18-47, 18-49 LLANES, JULIO BELCHER, BEA TRIZ 3111 W.IPRUCE ST., BOWMAN HEIGHTS AND 19-238 HOI N. LINCOLN AVE., iTAIFA.FL LOT 91 LESS S 30 FT AND RMERA SUBDMSION TAIFA,FL 19-231, 19-46,19-47, LOT92 W 51.04 FT OF E 100.00 FT SECTION: 13-43 19-49, 1N6, 1n306.0000 LOT47 GHIRA N 70FT OF LOT 7 AND N 103898.0000 70FT OF LOT 8 LESS E 20 CASE t 08-21387 FT OF LOT 8 BLOCK 18 LOT 12 BLOCK 4A ANDRJCKSON, ZUNILOA CASE t 01-27478 180188.0100 1 111902.0000 2111 W. COMANCHE AVE., ROJAS, GILBERTO TAMPA,FL CASE t ot-02131 CASE t 08-22412 SECTIONS: 19-28, 19-27, 19-78, ROJAS, KA TIA M. CHAIIBERS, ROBERTA GARCIA, DIANA 2321FERN PL, TAMPA, FL 711 E. HANLON ST., TAIFA, FL. SECTIONS: 19-47, 19-49, SECTIONS: 13-43, AND 22-312 301. W. HILDA ST., TAMPA, FL HAMNER'S MARJORY 8 !AND 19-50 MENDEL'S RESUBDMSION OF SECTION: 19-50 RENMAH GROVEWOOO COURT BLOCKS 1, 2, 3, 4, AND 7 OF MEADOWBROOK f tOT 33 AND W% OF U)1'':t4 ,, KRAUSE'S SUBDMSION LOT88 BLOCKS LOT 13 LESS E 3 FT AND LESS S %0FLOT21 ANDS %OF W2FTBLOCK4 LOT 22 BLOCK o4 185524.0000 10413.0000 103839.0000 181142.0000 ,I IN ACCORDANCE. WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 288.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS W(TH 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 Contact LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 To Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentlnel.com Or Fax 2417 To (813) 248-9218 i: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No. 2009-4897 U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust 2004-21HE, Asset-Backed Certificates Series 2004-21 HE Plaintiff VS. ELBIS MARTINEZ and JORGE FELIX GONZALEZ and all unknown parties daiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other daimants; UCC DIRECT SERVICES; TENANT 1/ UNKNOVVN TENANT; and TENANT II/ UNKNOVVN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, Defendants NOTICE OF ACTION TO: ELBIS MARTINEZ 3011 West Ivy Street Tampa, Florida 33607 JORGE FEUX GONZALEZ 3011 West Ivy Street Tampa, Florida 33607 -1 c: m en c 5: )> :::0 0 :I: w ...a. N 0 0 CD ,.. ..... 0 2! g (I) m z -1 z m ..... m c: ..... ..... !!I z -a c m r::: YOU ARE NOTIFIED UJ an action for foreclosure % has been filed against you 2J rding the subject property 111 a legal description to-wit ;i LOT 19, BLOCK 28, JOHN H. ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOFRECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 73, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. m c z c ... 2! and you are required to serve a C copy of your written defenses, if any to it on Gary I. Gassel, Esquire, Plaintiffs attorney, whose addresa Is 2191 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota, Florida 34237 [ ) within thlrtr (30) dllya fnMn the first date of publication [ X ) on or before the. till day of IIIX2009 and file the original with the clerk of this court either before aeNice on Plalntltra attome or Immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will b entered agalnat you for th relief demanded In the Complaint. Dilled thla 2llb day of Mlmb 2009 PATFRANK ;t CLERK OF THE COURT G) m SARA A, BROWN =

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en 0 0 N 'I"" M ::E: 0 or( 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 Aprll15, 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 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 0 Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hqll, 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. t-c ii: u. c z or( c fl) w ::) t-w it c w % fl) ::; ID ::) IL z i= w _, _, :a ID _, w z i= z w fl) E 9 u. .. ... I 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 t9 be based. CASE# 08-11966 TESTA, CYNTHIA A. AND TESTA, JOHN 2706 W. CLEVELAND ST., TAMPA,FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49 AND 19-50 PARK CITY N 116.7 FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 8 116817.0000 CASE t 08-14528 NULL, CHRIS 4210 W. WYOMING AVE., TAMPA,FL SECTIONS: 19-49, AND 19-50 TA VISTA TRACTS E 60 FT OF N 146.5 FT OFLOT61 134033.0000 CASE t 08-15701 OUNGBLOOD, ANTHONY R. E. HENRY AVE., TAIIPA,FL SECTION: 19-231 GEORGIA TERRACE LOTS 49 AND 50 LESS W 50.00 FT THEREOF TOGETHER WITH FOLO'MNG COMM AT PT 50 E OF SW COR OF SO LOT 50 THNNOOOEG23MIN 11 SECW 13.97 FT TO POB THN N 89 OEG 28 MIN 15 SEC W 6.88 FT THN N 00 OEG 33 MIN 15 SEC W 38.88 FT THN S 89 OEG 28 MIN 15 SEC E 6.99 FT THN S 00 OEG 23 MIN 11 SEC E 38.88 FT TO POB CASE t 01-15121 RIVERA, NILIIO E. 211111ARCONI ST.,% TA.A,FL SECTIONS: 19-233 AND.19-234 EASTTNIPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 LOT 22 BLOCK I TOGETHER S 5 Fr OF-VACATED ABUT11NG 190498.0000 CASE # 08-20848 RIVERA, NILMO E. 2818 MARCONI ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49, 19-50, 19-231' 19-232, 19-233 AND 19-234 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 LOT 22 BLOCK 9 TOGETHER WITH S 5 FT OF VACATED ALLEY ABUTTING 190498.0000 CASE t 08-21798 OH,CHINHEE 3309 W KENNEDY BLVD., TAMPA,FL SECTIONS: 19-47, 19-49, 19-236 D 19-237 OAKFORD LOT 22 BLOCK 32 117176.0000 CASE I 01-23113 BARCENAS, YANCEY BARCENAS, ALEX BARCENAS, NEY 10703 N. 15TH ST., TAIIPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49 AND 19-50 SEN MANOR SUBOMSION LOT 1 AND 8 BLOCK 12 141237.0000 CASE t 01-24033 MORRIS, JASON C. SECTIONS: 19-41, 11-50, 11-231 11-233 AND 11-234 INTERBAY A REVISED PLAT BOOK 9 PAGE 16 LOT 4 BLOCK C AND %CLOSED ABUTIING THEREON 136461.0100 ....... IROWN, IE)IHIA T. 10111 N.11TH ST., TA .. A, FL SECTIONS: 1....aAND 1NO CASTLE HEIGHTS MAP LOTS 11, 12 AND 13 BLOCK X 144228.0000 CASE tl 08-24584 NORTH A HYDE PARK DEVELOPERS LLC 1910 W. NORTH A ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-47, 19-49 19-50, 27-77, TABLE 4-1 AND 27-246 CORRONELLA LOTS BLOCK7 184070.0000 CASE t 08-24585 NORTH A HYDE PARK DEVELOPERS LLC 1908 W. NORTH A ST., Y. TAIIPA,FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-47, 19-49 AND 19-50 CORRONELLA LOT4 BLOCK7 184069.0000 CASE I 01-25234 BARTENFELD, LAURA A. 113 S. GRADY AVE., TAIFA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49, AND 19-234 ROSEDALE LOT 16 BLOCK 1 115240.0000 CASE I 01-25410 RYAN, WLLIAII J. RYAN, JUDITH H03 BAYSHORE BLVD., TAIFA,FL SECTION: 19-47 BAYHAVEN LOT 26 LESS W 75 FT 136721.0000 CASE t Ol-21ta5 CAPOTE FRANK AL CAPOTE,DAVIO A. 104 N. BRADFORD AVE., TAIFA,FL SECTION: 19-231 BARMAC LOT 22 AND N 20 FT OF LOT 23 E% ALLEY A8U'fTitK) ON 188852.0000 tGN7101 IVI!!RNON., MICHAEL G. 1ao W. ARCH 8T., TA_.A, FL SECTIONS: 1....a, AND 1NO COLLINS PHILIP 2ND ADDITION E 33 113 FT OF LOT I BLOCK 8 171421.0000 CASE #. 08-27773 TOMLINSON, DANNY C. AND WILLIAM R. ATKINS 2203 E. 5TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 27-184 TRUMAN'S EAST YBOR W Y.a OF LOTS BLOCK 28 189354.0000 CASE t 08-27813 WILLIAMS, GARY C. AND MARY 180e S. DAUPHIN AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-50 CRESCENT PARK LOT3 BLOCK7 136842.0000 CASE I 01-21242 SCIONTI, IIICHAB. D. 3421 W. GRAY CT., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-47,19-49 AND 19-50 GRAY GABLES LOT 21 AND S %ALLEY BETWEEN LOTS 20 AND 21 116148.0000 CASE t 01-2120 SOUTH TAIFA LAND GROUP INC. CIO JOHN Wll, PSD 3403 W. GANDY BLVD., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-47, AND 19-50 WEILAND SUBDMSION LOTS 10AND 11 128633.0000 CASE t 01-21073 ACKERMAN, BRIAN 4011 S. WEST SHORE BLVD., TAIFA,FL SECTIONS: 19-47, 19-49, 19-233, 18-234 AND 27 ANITA SUBDMSION LOT 43 BLOCK 10 130824.0000 CASE t 01-21011 RODRIGUEZ, ERNIE RODRIGUEZ, DA..uE c. a. E.ITH AVE., FL 11-21N#O 11-27 EAST lAY ADDIT10N LOT4M.OCK 15 175517.0000 CAIItaa. KOIDEL, GmtALD T., JR. 201 I. GRADY AVE., TA.-A, FL SECTION: 1NO ROSEDALE N 70. US FT OF LOTS 3 AND 4 Bl.OCK4 115275.0000 CASE tl 09-01552 MESA, ABEL 3210 E. 10TH AVE., AlB TAMPA,FL SECTIONS: 5-104.3,5-108.4, AND 5-105.1 POWELL'S ADDITION E Y.a OF LOT 9 AND LOT 10 BLOCK2 175769.0000 CASE t 09-01576 ALVAREZ, ANDRES AND ALVAREZ, KIMBERLY I SANDPIPER RD., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 5-104.3, 5-108-.4 0 5-105.1 BAYSHORE ESTATES N0.4 LOT25 114278.0000 CASE t 09-01579 GORDON, JASON R. 12W. NORTH BST., TAIIPA,FL SECTIONS: 5-104.3,5-108.4, 5-105.1 OWNHOUSES OF NORTH B STREET LOT4 112763.0608 CASE I 09-02157 OBANDO, LUSIA 3005 N.13TH ST., TAIFA, FL SECTIONS: 5-104.3.5-108.4, 0 5-105.1 SOUDERS LOT3BLOCK4 186766.0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES--Am-AND SECTION 288.28, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILmES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (.) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING IHIRL!Y Foxx.KNOWUI CITYCLIJU<

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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, seeks sealed bids from qualified bidders for several heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) projects. Project scopes provide for renovation and replacement o( existing HVAC systems and equipment with estimated project costs between $300,000 and $3,000,000 Separate bid documents will be issued for each project, and separate bid responses are required. 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 3:00 p .m. on the dates indicated below. 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 eroiGt EDSIIDB[ Budggt Bld1g1.11 Temple Terrace Elementary RHC and Associates, Inc. $597,052 April27, 2009 HVAC Controls @ 2 sites Consulting Engineering Associates, Inc. $352,000 April 27, 2009 Learey Technical Center ASR Engineering, Inc $730,635 April 28, 2009 Minor renovations @ 6 sites Carastro & Associates, Inc $1,195,900 April29 2009 HVAC Plants@ 4 sites Carastro & Associates, Inc $4,240,400 April 30. 2009 Roland Park K-8 Lyle Engineering Group, Inc. $712,388 May 1, 2009 Summerfield Elementary Forney Engineering Inc $1.563,500 May4 2009 Mango Elementary Parker Stephens, Inc $1, 858,000 May 5, 2009 Dowdell Middle RHC and Associates, Inc $1,226,642 May 5, 2009 HCPS will host a non-mandatory pre-bid conference at 4:00p.m. Thursday, April 2, 2009 in the Board Conference Room of the School Administrative Center. Subsequently, prospective bidders will be afford ed an opportunity for site visits according to schedules indicated in the bid documents Bidders must submit a bid sea.Jrity equal to 5% of the bid with each bid. Bids over $100,000 must indude 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 bonds, and insurance. Bidders are subject to the HCPS Small Buslnttas Encouragement Program, as described In the bid doaJments. Bidders may obtain up to two (2) complete sets of bid documents in PDF format on CD at no cost from the respective engineers identified in the table above. Bid documents shall be available no later than March 31, 2009 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 ADVERTISEMENTS EMPLOYMENT tfOMES FOR SALE/RENT 1 ;:,, APARTMENTS DUPLEXES ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Tampa Port Authority 1 1Parklng Progrtm Manager Tampa Port Authority (TPA) seeks an experienced professional to oversee the dally operations of the TPA in house administered parking program to include : lots, garages. valet and related parking contracts/leases Responsibilities consist of managing parking payment system, financial records and preparing & monitoring of annual parking program budget. This position reports to the Deputy Port Director, Operations and Engineering. A Bachelors Degree from an accred i ted college or univertlt'y 1s desired and five or more years managing a large public parking facility. Salary commensurate w/ experience & TPA offers an excellent benefits package. Submit resume and work related references to Russo, 1101 Channelside Dr., Tpa Fl, 33602 or fax 813.204 2633 by April 10, 2009 (see www tampaport com) for job description) Director, Assistant Director And Teachers. Must Have Required Credentials Call (813) 507-6000 Or Apply 6910 Karin Court Tampa, FL 33610 Join Avon Today Onllnel $20 00 Starter Fee Up to 50% Profit More Info Or To Sign Up & Inventory Clearance Sale burallstar@yahoo.com HOSPICE .....,l.-..J .. l!le.J Makina \he M05t of Life Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Precious Jewels Day Care & Nursery 5016 Garden Lane Tampa, Florida 33619 Child Care Teachers Needed. Applicant Must Have Experience, Training And Transportation Call (813) 626-6836 For More lnfonnation LPN Fl 'lL TIME: Sp-8a >hilt 1:1 r .. timt Can:- Ccntirli.KOID c..,, I:?. hr mitis. 3 d.ly WI.Xk w....k< + fi.dl h:n-tit< .-1 shift Jit( Ci.>unty At Utrf'ollh our I.J":'s tM\T that thry = ditfnm.. .... in tfr lr,...,. rrf ,'!Cfwn "M that lit inCo tlri-,......, .... ;nJ \\'hrthc-r JUI <" LPNs POOL NEW INCREA..'\ED POOL RATES! r ....... tinuou. Carfo. Ht"l!pi<.T Hou..WWII that "Iii "'urk IUr .)'\U' inplliml W z c -n :;a 6 ?(

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