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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tanzpa Bay Area L __ liS er In Drivewa SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 MEN S GROUP IS 'TAKING OUR COMMUNITY BACK' The men's group at New Dawn Restoration Center Church in Lutz is about the business of "Taking Our Community Back." The group' s vision is to bring about healing and wholeness to the mindset of the men and restoring them to their rightful places in their homes, churches and communities. Their first event was held at the University Area Community Center Park The group i s led by Terry McMillan and Kenny Belcher. Participants in this first event, kneeling are : Terr a ce T Ohara John Solomon, Nat Bell, Dezione Bell Isaac Abraham, Austen Okoji e Deejay Johnson and Chevas Marshall. Standing from left K e ith Babb, Otto Johnson, Cedric Mitchell, Bri an McKennon, Mariei o Spradley, Miguel Gibson, Terry McMillan, Keith McDonald, K enny Belcher, Tony Brewington, McNe i r Charles, Derenzon Thomas, Eric Clips, James Green, Travis McMillan and Alonzo Bickers. (Photography by Brunson) Local Jazz Singer Killed In Car Crash SEE PAGE 3 Cancer Awareness Event Planned SEE PAGE 6 Complaints Lead To Crime Initiative SEE PAGE 2 Jury Convicts Club Shooter SEE PAGE 14

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0) Features r-: ..J a: a. <( 5-Year-Oid Recovers After Bicvcle Accident >=' <( c en w ::) t-c a: u. c z <( c en w ::) t-> a: w > w 0 w :I: en :i m ::) D.. z Iii ...1 ...1 ::) m I ...1 w z t= z w en c( c 0 ...1 LL. Kashi Weaver, 5, enjoys riding his bicycle. His moth er, Shellina Watkins, said he got it for Christmas, and rides it all the time up and down 33rd Avenue Last Thursday evening, Kashi was riding his bicycle on the sidewalk across the street from his house When he crossed the street, he did not see a vehicle approach ing. The car struck him and he was knocked off his bicy cle. Kashi was transported to Tampa General Hospital where he was treated for a broken right leg and minor head injuries. The motorist who struck Kashi, Robert Schoep-flin; 61, was very upse t about the incident and told police he was unable to avoid hitting th e child, polic e said. No charges have been fie ld at this tim e and the incid e nt is under investigation. Ms. Watkins said she was inside the house when she heard all the commotion outside. "I had been going in and out checking on the children, and it happened right after we came back inside. "My first reaction was hys terics. I was very upset and although someone had already called 9 -1-1, I called myself. They got their pretty fast. I called my mother after A FREE Public Education Forum Saturday, April18, 2009 -1:00p.m. Check-m: 9:30a.m. that. Ms. Watkins said when the accident happened, her neighbors were at th e scene when she arrived. I didn' t get clos e to him until they put him in the ambulance. I haven' t spoken to the driver that hit him, but I know it's being investigated. They' re trying to see how fast he was going. Ms. Watkins said Kashi really enjoys attending school at Little Big World II, and is crazy about cars, trains and airplanes. "I am very concerned about cars running stop signs in the area and speeding. It mostly happens on Program presented by Tampa Bay Fair Housing Consortium Greater Tampa Association of Realtors, Inc. Bay Area Apartments Association Bay Area legal Services* City of Clearwater City of largo* City of St. Petersburg Community Affairs Dept. City ofTampa Office of Human Rights* 2918 West Kennedy Boulevard Greater Tampa Association of REALTORS Tampa, Florida 33609 Gultcoast Legal Services* Reservations are required lor seating. For more information, HiUsborough County Equal Opportunity Admtr. contact City of Tampa Community Affairs at 813214835. PineUas County Office of Human Rights This Wlertne.enr is pMf for by., Ciry ol fP' wi lllilt fwothttMI "-6t Hllflflir HMie AtiDct Pt.-Pllllic EdiCitiol For. Satlrdly, April1l2t09 11 -1:11p. !Regillrlliot.,... It tllu.l To Reqister f11 this FREE fcrun, send in the registratioo ftwm below. Soling is linited. RegistrJCion reqtired to uating. SchediM Mjectto change. PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE ----------------------------------------------PHONE:--------------------------____________________________ ADDRESS: _________________________________________________________________ CITY: -------------------------------STATE: --------------ZIP:-------------EMAIL: ----------------------------------------------------------------0 Spanish Translation 0 ASllnterpretation 0 Other Accommodation------------------------------0 Check here ij you wil be bringing a service animal To Register send completed form to: Bay Area Apartment Association 6107B Memorial Highway Tampa, Florida 33615 Phone: (813) 8820222 or (800) 344-9373/ Fax: (813) 884-0326 KASHI WEAVER ... mother says he's in no pain and is recovering quickly. the side street next to our house." Ms. Watkins said she will just let Kashi stay at home for a while and enjoy the company of his two siblings Operation 'Clean sweep' Targets East Tampa BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During the month of F ebruary, East T a mpa residents witnessed more than normal police activity in the area. The initiative at that time was known as Operation Clean Sweep" and it targeted drug sales and prostitution. Tampa Police Captain Rocky Ratliff said Operation Clean Sweer II was launched on April 1s and will continue throughout the month. The purpose of the initiative is to concentrate on crime in the area. In addition to drug sales and prostitution, Operation Clean Sweep II will concentrate on all types of crimes ranging from loitering and loud music to burglaries. "We have found that a lot of daytime burglaries are being committed by kids that are supposed to be in school. Except for the week of spring break, we will enforce truancy laws and make sure those kids are where they are supposed to be. we have discovered that a lot of the daytime burglaries are being committed by the kids before, during, and after school hours. We recently arrested some juveniles who had a computer, the LCD monitor and guns. We were CAPTAIN ROCKY RATUFF able to recover the property and return it to its rightful owners. are also enforcing home detention orders. If a kid is on home detention, we are mak ing sure that he where he is supposed to be," Captain Ratliff said Earlier this month, the Tampa Police Department participated in a spring round up with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. The District Three Division will also conduct another round up during the month of April. Captain Ratliff said complaints from various neighborhoods prompted the action and the first one in February was very successful. "All we're trying to do is to make East Tampa a safe place for people to live and work," he said. (813) 248-1921

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Features Familv Hires Attornev In Death 011-Year-Oid Deneice Ramsay, 25, was described as extremely distraught after she received news Saturday her 1-year-old daughter, Amya Kemora Pink, had been killed. According to Tampa Police, Deanna L. Wallace, 27, was babysitting two sisters, a and a 2-year-old Police said she drove the kids to 10108 North 10th Street lo visit someone As she pulled into th e drivewa y a vehicl e driven b y Sabyne Collin, 3 7 was als o pu llin g in. A cco rdin g t o th e p olice r e port Wallace took th e kid s out of th e c a r a nd w e nt t o th e passenger side of th e o th e r vehicle belie v ing th a t th e passenger was the person s ite came to visit. When she got to the passenger side, she real ized the passenger was not the person she was looking for and walked the kids back around the vehicle As they were positioned be hind the vehicle, police said Collin began backing up. As the vehicle continued to back up, Kemora Pink let go of Wallace's hand to wipe her nose and was knocked to the ground and rolled over b y the vehicle Tampa Fire Resc ue responded and pronounced the child dead at the scene. AMYA KEMORA PINK Th e famil y h as conta c t e d an attorn ey, Keith Ligori, t o inv estiga t e th e acc id e nt a nd Harmon 's Fun e ral Home ha s b e en c onta c t e d to a s sist them with arrangements for a s erv ice. Ligori said he had just re ceived the case Monday morning and h e 's currentl y investigating it. "The family wants me to lo ok at all details of the acci dent and ho w it happened. "The mother is grieving heavily right now, and can t talk to anyone We're tiying to find out ho w thi s ac tuall y oc curred. Police spokesperson Janelle McGregor said no charges will be filed in the ac cident. Subsc..-ribe -roday! (; Sentinel Bulletin 'The \ -vice Our C onununir-.. Speakin:.;: j;>r lr.wU" Call: (813) 248-1921 Ads Will Be Published Friday, April17, 2009 P' Deadline J"o Bring In Ad Aprii,Q, 2009 $10 ForPhoto Student's School: Student's Name: Parents: -Grandparents: Honor: (Choose) Principal's Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, Honor Roll, ... __ Perfect Attendance: Hobbies: Church: ------Daytime Telephone Number: (Not For Publication) Local Jazz Singer Killed Bv Alleged Drunk Driver RYAN M. CARLL c m (/) 0 l> ""0 JJ r_-..J I\.) 0 0 f' C< rnn1itn1ent to Colnmunit ,.-., Excellence & Jounutl isn1 DUI man s laughter and vehic ular homicide He is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail without bond According to her website, Ms. Harrison, who per formed under the name of Tina Lad'e, A resident of Clearwater, Ms. Harrison The website also identified Ms. Knowles as the president of Fresh Concepts Busi ness Management, which represented Tina Lad'e. fDon't make a -costly m : ista : ke! My Services Are FREE Auto Accidents 'Malpracticeworkers Comp. Family Law Divorce criminal Defense ss1 Social Security Traffic Infractions Referral Service (813) 495-3702 1-866-352-4200 0 )> (/) m z z m r I CD c r r m z "C c CD r u; ::I: m 0 m < m :2J < c m (/) 0 )> z 0 :2J 0

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Q) g Editorials & Columns N ,.: ..J a: a. < <( 0 fJ) 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 of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York 1990 94 CP Timelnternational 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 1901-19n (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWt.:N HAYES, EDITOR IRIS:ftQ)-H>N, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCUlATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44.oo-6 Months Both Editions : $87.oo-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on ediloriaJ pages ollhls newspaper by COiumnisls or Guesl Wnlers. do no1 necessariy rellecllhe editorial slance ol The Florid Sentinel Bulletin or lhe Publisher Either Drug Screen Or No Food Stamps A t least eight states, including Florida, are considering it. They're mulling the idea of passing legislation which would require food stamp, unemC ployment benefits and welfare recipients to submit to random drug testing as a means of saving money during C this current recession. We do not consider the idea ecoZ nomic. We consider it mean-spirited and punitive . Throughout the years, we have consistently advocated that drug abuse be treated as a national mental health C problem, not as a crime. Surely, citizens who abuse their m bodies by injecting, inhaling or otherwise ingesting ;::, drugs suffer from mental health deficits. Consequently, we do not oppose a random drug test. a: However, what we question is what will happen to individuals who fail such state-sponsored tests. W Indeed, citizens who have held jobs and then find C themselves no longer employed have earned the right to qualify for unemployment compensation benefits. In fJ) addition, if an applicant for unemployment or welfare benefits tests positive for drugs, the applicant should ;::, still be able to receive benefits as long as he or she C1. remains in a treatment program. Bills have been introduced in both the Florida House w and Senate that require random drug testing for at least 10 percent of applicants for unemployment benefits. ;::) Unless legislators include provisions for treatment programs, we oppose these bills, and you should, too. w Contact your legislative delegation on the issue of drug Z testing without drug treatment. t:; z w en c 0 ..I 1&. Who lugged Whom This is how we heard it. According to Vanity Fair Online and the Aprilard edition of the New York Times, "Finding herself next to Mrs. Obama, Queen Elizabeth, n remarked on their height difference. As she did so, the Queen's hand edged towards the small of Mrs. Obama's back. Mrs. Obama then responded and even rubbed Her Majesty's shoulder, before both women moved gently apart, after about ten seconds." The eyewitness account continues, "The sight of the publicly hugging another woman astonished other guests. Said one onlooker, 'It was a pretty simultaneous gesture. We couldn't believe what we were seeing'." So, there you have it. America's First Lady went to London and huged the Queen. What's the fuss? According to columnist Michael Thornton, who claims also to have been there and seen it all, "it was an electrifying moment, a breach of centuries long protocol when the friendly .and outgoing Michelle Obama put her arm around the Queen." But we must remember. That Is not the first time Her has been touched by a so-called commoner. In 1992, Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating almost got his head handed to him when he looped his arm around Her waist. And Queen Elizabeth W herself seemed annoyed when her own Prime Minister 0 Tony Blair shook her hand, without permission. f Harrumphll Dollars For Diapers It seems like it was only a few months ago that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin was talking about her pregnant daughter's upcoming marriage. Now, less than six months after she lost the bid for the presidency, she and the almost-future-son-in-law are feuding It seems that Levi Johnston agreed to appear on the Tyra Banks Show to talk about sex. The show aired yesterday April 6th He reportedly said he believes Gov. Palin knew they were having sex while living at her residence When you take all things into consideration, it s sort of unimportant where daughter Bristol conceived What is important is that her mom allowed them to live under the same roof without birth controL What did she think was going to happen between two 17-year-olds? Teaching your childrenabout abstinence is okay if you have that type of relationship with your children. However, to teach abstinence and then allow the boyfriend to move is tantamount to moving the wolf into the hen house and telling him "hands off!" As a result of her meth ods of handling the subject of teenagers and sex, she is now a grandmother. Now that there is a child involved, the circumstances under which she conceived is a moot point The bottom line is Bristol, is now 18 years old and a single parent. Her future focus must go from me to we" to include this child Apparently, Governor Palin was so upset by the riews that Johnston was appearing on the show that she lashed out in a prepared statement. But even before the show aired, Grandma Sarah was hot and spewing criticism at Johnston. In her statement, Grandma Sarah said, "We're dis appointed that Levi and his family in a quest for fame, attention, and fortune, are engaging in flat-_out lies, gross exaggeration and even distortion of their relationship Johnston probably is still a little bit upset that she made him cut his hair before she took him out in public. This is one way to get even and make a few dollars for diapers Egos Holding Education Hostage I don' t believe that the status of public educa tion has ever been any worse than it is today. The major reason is funding School systems all over the state are being forced to make drastic and harmful service cuts. School districts are being forced to close schools, lay off teachers, furlough teachers without pay, cut back on bus transportation for students, cut back on FCAT preparation and test admissions, not meet class size requirements, and be highly selective in the purchase of school equipment and supplies Even as I write this article, school districts are still trying to find ways to cut their bud gets even more. All of this is totally unnecessary If it wasn't for the overly inflated egos of state legisla tors, there could be plenty of money for education School districts and education would not be in such a dire financial strait. I am sure we all remember the financial agreement negotiated by Governor Charlie Crist and the Seminole Indians. It was a deal that would give educa tion a percentage of the huge profits that the Seminoles are making from their gambling operations. While the agreement was in effect, Florida and education received $6o million in a matter of three or four months It was estimat ed that the agreement would eventually grow to $500 mil lion a year. What happened to that agreement? Well some Republican legislators got upset because they were not a part of the negotiations and went to court and got the pact set aside. Now, Florida has no deal with the Seminoles and by the same token Florida is not getting any money from the Seminoles. Florida can't spend the $6o million that it has because legally that money belongs to the Seminoles. Can you imagine what it would mean to education in Florida if the state had $150 million from the Seminoles to be spent on education? The Legislators are now in Tallahassee for their annual legislative session and so far all they have done is paid a little lip service to the Seminole deaL The Seminoles are not being hurt. It is business as usual at their places of The nnmey is l'Oiling in. Instead, it is education that is being hurt. Citi:tens an--state should flood our legislators offices in Tallahassee and in their districts with phone calls and letters telling them to get a deal worked out with the Seminoles and to do it before the session ends. The children of Florida are bigger then their egos, and education needs it. And then there was that time former Pres. Gerald Ford asked and got a dance with Her while aU. S. Marine Band played a loud rendition of "The Lady is a Tramp" (apologies to Frank Sinatra). So, indeed, the Queen has been handled, before but not by a Black woman not by a great granddaughter (at least seven times removed) of an African slave. And that probably is what has made all the difference. May the circle be unbroken! And the world has lived to see itt

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Attending the Bellmen-Waiters Ball were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hepburn. Grid star from the past, Israel Lang. r ) Attending an anniversary reception were: Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs. Ellen Duhart, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Baker, and Mrs. Minnie Sampson. -1 c m (/) 0 )> ., JJ r-....1 1\) 0 0 (/) m z -1 z m r-1 aJ c r rm -1 z ., c aJ c CJ) m c m < m :::0 Attending the Primithe Baptist Convention were Barbara Ghee, Neon Frazier and Re,. \\'alter < Miranda. .,;,i ! r I ... ' '(} i l / .'ti f J'fl1 t> t) i l i I f, .. ... ' ... f1' d l l\)f'ti' o':'tHYt.' I U . .; ar. l' . i . t :\. m CJ) c l> z c ., :::0 6 Attending a wedding In this photo from the past arc: Jessie and Horuce Masha, Betty and AI Lcwl8, Eddie Muc Co:\; und Andrew Wilson.

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0) Local Events ..... ..J a: D.. < >= C:( c (J) USF's leadershiP Summit Will Be An Interactive Event w :::;) 1-BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor T he University of South Florida Institute on Black Life will be hosting its annual Lea dership Summit OJ) :friday, April 17, 2009. The day-long event will bd h eld 8 a. m. 4 p. m. at the Embassy Suites at US-F, 3705 Spectrum Blvd (off Fowler Ave.). Those who wish to partici pate have until Friday, April 10, 2009 to RSVP to ccobb@ibl.usf.edu There is a $10 registration fee that includes a hot lunch. Dr. Cheryl Rodriguez, Director of the Institute on Black Life, says the sympoC sium is to acknowledge this fE new movement in American C History," the inspiration that has been stirred by the election and inauguration of c an African American (J) President. "We want people w :::;, to understand that electing 1-a leader who is innovative > CE: and smart is just one part of the equation. We all have to W be leaders," she explained. ffi She asks, what can we do :::t: to sustain this moment in (J) ::; history? We have a lot of m :::;) D.. z ti _, _, :::;) m I _, w z i= z w (J) < c CE: 0 _, LL DR. CHERYL RODRIGUEZ issues in the Black community that are holding us back. We believe that only a few are leaders, but we're all capable of doing something." Moderators for the symposium will be the Honorable Lisa Campbell and Dr. Ted Williams. Dr. Rodriguez is excited about the keynote speaker, Ms. Farai Chideya, a nationally recognized televi sion journalist and author, who will discuss the ways in which local actions can lead to global transformations. Ms. Chideya has been an anchor for ABC news, contributor to CNN, FOX, MSNBC and BET; writer for MTV News and reported for Newsweek magazine. Her two books Don t Believe the Hype: Fighting Cultural Misinformation About African-Americans (in its 8th printing) and The Color Living With HIV I AIDS? Happy With Your Services? We Need YOUR Ideas. MS. FARAI CHIDEYA of Our Future have been featured in college curricula across the country. The native of Baltimore, MD graduated from Harvard University. She is currently a Knight Fellow at Stanford University. "We have a young woman with a powerful message that we're excited about and we want the community to come out and be a part "This will be an interactive summit, where there'll be a time for questions and answers from the audience," Dr. Rodriguez stated. Other speakers will be the Honorable Mayor Pam Iorio, Otis Anthony, Candy Lowe, Rev. Dr. Bart Banks, Dr. Paulette Walker, Henry Bell, Ann Darby, Glenton Gilzean, Jr., Rayshana Black and Reginald Eldridge. For more information call Clara Cobb at (813) 9749387. Help Decide How Federal Funds Are Used In Your Community. You Have The POWER To Make A Difference Call Nicole At [mtQttejlj (727) 217-7070-TODAY!!! MEW LOCA,.IOM! Household Chemtcal a. Collecton Apnl 2 s .. 2 oo Jiib ... 9 a.m. -2 p.m. In -&he Yacan-& lo-& on -&he sou-&h of S-&. 1 7 5 a-& S-&ree-&). RESIDENTIAL WAS'I'E ONLY Safely dispose of old chemicals, paints and solvents, automotive products, household cleaners, pool chemicals, mercury thermometers, fluorescent bulbs, lawn & garden supplies, and electronics, Including computer equipment, televisions and VCRs. City of Tampa Department of Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management www TampaGov oet/solidwaste National Minoritv Cancer Awareness Event Planned MS. SONIA FRANKLIN Vice President, Tampa Chapter Sisters Network, Inc. BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor I n 1987 the U. S. House of Representatives designat ed the third week of April as "National Minority Cancer Awareness Week." This yeacltit will be observed April 19 through April 25th. In keeping with the national event, the Tampa Chapter of Sisters Network, Inc., will host a "Healthy Cancer Awareness Tea" at College Hill Library, 2607 E Dr. M L. King Jr., Blvd. Saturday, April 18th, from 12 noon until 2 p.m. The event is targeting can cer survivors, mothers, sisters, grandmothers, and friends of those who have been stricken by the disease A panel of m edica l profes siona l s will be on hand Tampa medical doctor, Dr. Sydel LeGrande, will serve as the keynote speaker. One of the panelists is Dr. Carolyn Collins, a Tampa General Hospital dieti c ian. The panelists will offer information on h ea lthy livin g with can cer. Ms. Sonia Franklin, Vice Presi.dent .of_the Tampa C h apte r of Sisrers Network, In c said, "We are going to dis c uss h ea lth y eating and talk about how ce1tain foods b e nefit the body "For exampl e, apples h e lp th e body digestive sys t e m to break down the food. So we will discuss the bene fits of apple sa lad. We will also talk about other foods that we don't normally eat and how we ca n spruce them up We normall y won't eat spinach sa lad but it is ric h in vitamins and fiber," s h e said. DR. SYDEL LEGRANDE Guest Speaker DR. CAROLYN COLLINS Dietician In addition a --discussions of diets, there will also be African American women who have been diagnosed with cancer and survived. Sisters Network, Inc., of Tampa Bay is an African American Breast Cancer Survivorship and an Affiliate Chapter of national organization It is the only African American nationally recognized African American Bre ast Cancer Organization. The goal of the organiza tion is to inform, promote, support wellness and knowl edge abo ut t he disease. The local branch of the organization, led b y Ms. Wanda ShufordMiguen.es, . is. to provide information through com munity events, focus on edu cation, and early detection among other things. In addition to the discus sion, the organization will also provide entertainment, door prizes, give-a-ways, food, and a favorite hat con te st. Ms. Franklin said that seating is limit ed and anyone interes t ed in attending th e even t s hould 'RSVP b y Tuesday, April 14th by call ing (813) 8o6-0597. Those int e r es ted in attending can also e-m ail responses to sis.: tersnetworktampa @hot mail.com.

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SYRUSBRYANT Happy birthday to the best father and friend that anyon e can have. You are one of a kind, Mr. B. Today is your day Boo may God bless Love always, Stacey. Subscribe 'loda, i "The Voice of Our Community Speakiti g for i KATRINA BALI..AR)) It's your day, enjoy it forget all the stress. We love you Alexis, Vasti and family JALIA lAUNDRY Happy 3rd birthday Jalia. You are such a blessing to me and I am proud to be your mother. You are mommy's princess and I l o ve you surprise Partv Makes Birthdav Special -i c m (J) 0 )> "0 JJ ,... ....... The recent birthday of Raymond Jones was made extra 1\l special by a surprise party. The event was held at the Golden g Corral in Brandon CD Jones, who turned 80, was surrounded by family and friends who wished him many more. (Photographs b James McAllister). -The birthday celebrant, Raymond Jones, is shown with his Ms. Zora Bradley.

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Ol Local r-: ....1 a: a. Securitv Companv Awarded Citv Bid 0 en w ::J 1-The Sable One staff consists of from left, Yvonne Grant, Anna Smith, Michael Hadley, Ron Anderson, Angelina Hollister and Christopher Castillo. c a: u. c z < c en w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w ::t: en ::::; m ::J a. z Iii _, _, ::J m ..:. w z t= z w en < c 0: 0 _, u. CX) w BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Michael Hadley, owner and operator of Sable One Security is pleased that h e is competing for bids on the same level as other major security companies in the region He was recently awarded a contract with the City of Tampa to do unarmed security in various locations. Hadley was most proud that the contract he was awarded was not based on "set aside" or minority status," but as a prime bidder. His company presented the lowest bid. Hadley's face is not new to the business community. He has been an entrepreneur 1993 and a community activist, much longer "I've never been afraid to step out and explore business adventures," he says. "I con tinue to strive to establish that niche that will utilize all of my skills and expertise." He has certification for the city, county and state. Just recently, Sable One Security was one of Rrtt Wont.: 'F.,., ( :ut ., Palm. Su= ..... AprtU, : 7P.IK Trinity c M. e. Churcn, 2.401 North Howard Ave Tampa, 33607 PASTOR JOE JOHNSON Rflh Wonts : /uy to )'1)11. tod1n you be with me n Paradle (Luke 23:43) AprilS, 20 9 Thursday, 7P.M. April 9, 2009 7P.M. Peace Progressive Primltlve New Life Church Baptist Church 1611 East 2628 East Lake Ave. Bougainvillea Ave. Tampa 33610 Tampa 33612 PASTOR TIM KEMP PASTOR TOM ATKINSON .. those doing business with Super Bowl XLIII by providing security services He credits months of pre-planning job fairs, training, successful marketing, the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County and Thomas Huggins with providing him the opportunity to sit at the table and n egotia t e with representatives of the NFL to do bu siness with the Super BowL Hadley also owns and operated Sabl e On e Investigations, which is a private investigation company specializing in worker's compensa tion and liability fraud investigations, domes tic investigations, executive protection, skip tracing background checks, among others. "Part of our mission is to provide the highest quality of investigative and security services and staff with the I CARE' philosophy: Integrity, Commitment, Attitude, Respect, Enthusiasm," Hadley explained. "Our goal is to change the mindset of how people perceive security officers and in-depth, pre-screening hiring is a part of that," he said. s.cond Woldt: "My my God, wflytl-. foraaiiWI ,., (M.--n:) -Tuuday, e .2001 '' 7P.'M April!, 2009 7 P.M New Smyrna FuR .. College Hill Churctl Gospel Baptist 'Churcn of God in Christ 5015 North171h St. 6416 North 30th Sl Tampa, 33610 Tampa33610 ELDER PASTOR W. L LEE Words; 'Fafflel; hendal commit my Itt (Lutt. 23:4t) Friday, April10, 2009 Saturday, 7P.M. April 11, 2009 7P.M. Church Of Reconciliation St. Luke 9730 North 56th St. Independent Church Tampa 33617 809 Laura St. Plant City 33563 PASTOR RON PASTOR CARL McKAY FIELDS Child Saletv, Gang Awareness Program Planned Hillsborough County is presenting Child Safety & Gang Awareness Programs through a partnership with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. The program will take place on Thursday, April 23rd, from 6 : 30 p.m. until 8 :30 p.m., at Nuccio Recreation Center, 4805 E. Sligh Avenue. The program is planned for both children and their parents. The presenters will discuss gang activity, signs to look for and what can b e done to make a community better. In 2007, the Board of County Commissioners was awarded $2 25 million federal grant from the Bureau of Justice Administration (BJA) through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) to reduce gang crime and violence. To help with this, the Hillsborough County Criminal Justice Department and various law enforcement and community agencies have partnered to increase prosecution and law enforcement of illegal gang activity; provide prevention education within hot spot neighborhoods; and reduce recidivism by assisting offenders released from prison positively transition back into the community. For more information, call Hillsborough County GANG OUT Coordinator Clarence James at 813-276-2888. Tampa Union Station To Host National Train Dav Celebration The Florida Coalition of Rail Passenger s and the Friends of Tampa Union Station are announcing that Historic Tampa Union Station will be the site of events for National Train Day, Saturday, May 9. The event runs from 12:00 noon to 5 :00 PM. Admission i s free National Train Day in Tampa will feature: Railroad equipment displays: Amtrak equipment including a locomotive and passenger car open for tours; Live Music: Local bands and choral groups; Tampa Bay Lightning Ice Girls; History eKhibits .from the Florid.a Railroad Museum, the Atlantic Coast Line & Seabollrd Air Raitroads Historical Society, and other Florida historical groups; Operating model railroads provided by the Suncoast Model Railroad Club and the Plant Model Club; Tt a nsit and passeng-er railroading exhibits from 1'BAR1'A, Florida Operation Lifesafer, Amtrak, the Florida Coalition of Rail Passengers, and National Train Day marks the 140th anniversary of the laying in 1869 of the Golde n Spike at Promontory Summit, Utah, which completed America's first transcontinental railroad. This event at Tampa Union Station is one of many, which are happening simultaneously around the country, which are intended to -telebrate pllssenger 9ast, present, and .. The Florida Coalition of Rail Passengers, -of Tampa Union Stlltcon. ,the Nat,.ional Association of Raifrot\d Passengers, llnd Amtrak sponsor nationa1 Train Day. For more information visit the www ,national: trainday. com website and the Florida Coalition of Rail Passengers website: www.fcrprail.orK .. The Voue oj'(")ur C'tnTutUIII;ly :'r>
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Local c m en 0 Yes You Can Women FellowshiP Host Anniversarv Celebration )> "'C ::Il R ece ntly, the Y e s You C a n W o m e n s F e llow s hip h e ld th e ir firs t a nni ve r s a r y cel ebratio n Ms. Gloria Williams se rved a s Mistress of Cer e m o n y and Ms. Mary Reynolds ext e nd e d th e W e lcom e Rev. and Sister Molabi and Esther Ehikioya w e r e th e host p as t o r s Ms. Eunice Watson gav e th e hi s tory o f th e organizatio n a nd th e oc c as i o n a nd Sister Jeanette Davis introdu c ed Sister Tia Battles as th e sp ea k e r o f the h o ur. Th e th e m e so n g f o r th e a nniver sa r y was I Say Ye s Lord A s pecial recognition of cent e r dir ec tor s for th e F a mil y Enri chme nt Cent e r Kins hip Car e a nd H ea lth y St art was held Soloists for th e aft e rno o n wer e Ms. Margo Roberts a nd Ms. LaTonya Riley. (Pho-tographs. by James McAllister. The "Honorees" were: Robert D a vis r epresenting The Grandparents of the Family Enrichment C ente r LaSandra McDrew, representing Kinship Care, and Mary Shorte r of Healthy Start. Prayer Foundation Assem bly Pastor Alfol abi and Esther Ehikioya. GSH Gospel Music Awards The GSH 10th Annual Gospel Music Awards was a blessed success The eve nt opened with prayer b y Deacon Ozel Chisholm. Host and hostess for the eve ning w e r e Evangelist Yvonne Carr of St. Pe tersburg and gospel DJ Randall C of Tampa Minister Ebou Howard and the Voices ofWorship was the fir s t dynamic group to perform Others that performed were Genyz, Latonya Riley, Little Nadaleen, Guerrier, Daughters of Humility; praise and worship dance by Kierria Meeks. Th e re were more p e rformances b y Kevin Simpson and Kashon Phillips, Michelle Dix, One Accord; and Derek Smith moved the audi ence with On Time He Delivered ." Lastly, there was a dynamic perfom1ance by Gosp e l Rap group Frontline. Their messag e was for y ou to Ride Clean With Your Soul." Derek au-dience with "On Time He Delivered." Kashon Phillips and Kevin Simpson were among the The p erformuncc b y Fontlin c h us been d performe r s some Some of the out of town guests who attended the anniversary ceremony were: Margo Roberts, of Atlanta, GA, Gloria S. Williams, Evangelist Gloria Bracelet, of Gainesville, FL, Tia Battle, guest speaker, ofValdosta, GA, Beth Stinks, of Atlanta, GA, and Janet Davis, of Valdosta, GA. r_""-4 1\,) 0 0 (0 "TT Show n on the front row are: Dorethy Maxwell, Eunice Wat5 son, Valierie Mitchell, Mary Reynolds, Jennifer Cliatt, ::C Bernadett Ki ssina, Shirley Roberts, Margaret Peterson, and c Gloria S Williams. Show n on the back row are: La Tonya )> Riley, Margo Roberts, Beth Stinks, Evelyn Moore, Gail en Everett, and Natalie Richardson. m z Hope Father Forgive Them Min Terry Perry New Hope M. B Church My God, My God, Why Hast thou Forsaken Me Rev. Paul Buster New Macedon i a M B Church It Is Fi n i sh e d Rev. Michael Williams N ew Lif e Int ernational Mini s tries SERV Min. Warren Bowers New Hope M B Church Min Don Roberts e,thel M 8 . Cburch Plant Cfiy Rev. Tony Harr i s Fir s t Prosp!?t.t M B C h ur c h W imaurl1 a Featuring: Elder Alvin Baldwin, Pra i s e & Wors h ip ::::! z m I'"" I aJ c: I'"" I'"" m ::::! z "tt c: aJ c en :::t: m c m < m ::c < -t c: m en 0 )> z c ., ::c c

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0) Sports Tampa Shines In FAMU Spring Game BY TED TAYLOR The annual Orange and Green game for Florida A&M University was played on Saturday, April 4, 2009, the second spring game under Coach Joe Taylor. In his concept, Coach Taylor pits the first-and second-string players as the Green team against the others competing for a position as the Orange team. The Green team played up to its standard leveling the Orange 48-0. The Green scored in a variety of ways, including a touchdown pass from quarterback Curtis Pulley to runAll-American kick returner, Leroy Vann, of Blake High School, wide receiver Jonathan Sanders of Middleton, and defensive tackle Lyman Reed of Chamberlain. Also, Jonathan Smith, the grandson of former FAMU president, Dr: Walter Smith of Tampa, had a couple crushing blocks from the fullback position Vann picked up where he left off last year with six punt returns for 114 yards. On two of the returns, he was just a step away from a score, one of 58 yards a nd the other of 46 yards ning back Demetric C Henry, a run by Henry a: and t.wo runs by Philip LL C Sylvester. Sanders had two r eceptions for 23 yards for the Orange team, one for a first down H e also had a sevenyard touchdown catch nulli fied on an interference call. z The Green defense got < into the act on a fumble c en w ;:::) 1-w > w c recovery score by defensive back Sean Rush on a bad punt snap, and interception returns by defensive back Fabian Wilson and line backer Gregory Boler. The Tampa area was represented by Sanders appears read y to make a move up the depth chart after redshirt and scout team years. Reed had a sack for a loss of 12 yards. After a stellar year in 2007 as a starter, Reed did not play in 2008. w 1-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------en :::l m ;:::) a. z i= w _. _. ;:::) m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 _. LL 0 ,... Kidd Passes Magic For No. 3 on NBA Assist list .TASONKIDD DALLAS-Jason Kidd has passed Magic Johnson for No. 3 on the NBA's career assist list With his 14th assist in Dallas on Sunday, Kidd hit 10,142 for hi s career. The milestone came on a dish to Josh Howard for an 18-footer with a minute left in the second quarte r of a game against Phoenix He received a standing ovation when it was announced. Among those on their feet: broadcaster Mark Jackson, who is No. 2 on the list with 10,334 Kidd fini s hed the first half with 16 assists, tying hi s season-best for a full game. John Stockton is.the record holder with 15,806 Now Cooking Thursday Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Spedal Discounts For Snapper *Shrimp Sheap Head Churches, Family Reun1ons And L1ve Blue Crabs Large Orders. Hours: Friday 9 A.M.-7 P.M. Monday-Saturday 9 A.M.-6 P.M. w (.!) Food Stamp 813.247.5128 ATM Machine On Premises rf Cards Accepte d With Plaxlco Gone, The Giants Need A Deep Threat EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ _:__ After taking four months in the wake of his shooting to decide that troubled receiver Plaxico Burress didn't fit into their plans, general manager Jerry Reese and the New York Giants have roughly three weeks to decide whether they can find a deep threat in the NFL r aft. The draft on April 25 will provide some interesting options for replacing Burress. New York has the 29th pick overall, but it also has 10 picks with two in each of the seco nd and third round s. GM: Dolphins tooklng Af Whether To Punue Tavlor JASON TAYLOR DAVIE, FL --When Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland met Friday with reporters to discuss the NFL draft, the 'ftrst player he talked about was a 34-year-old defensive e nd who played at Akron: Ja on Taylor. Ireland said the Dolphins are looking at whether to pursue Taylor, who was cut by the Washington Redskins The Dolphins drafted two defensive ends in. the first three rounds a year ago Taylor has said he's interested in joining Miami, or any other te,am, and he's expected to be courted by the New England Patriots. He the Pro Bowl six times in 11 seasons with the Dolphins and was the NFL defensive player of the year in 20 06, but Parcells traded him to Washington a year ago for two draft picks. -Regardless of whether Taylor returns to the D o lphin s, they're unlike ly to draft a defensiv e end in the eruly rounds The most pr ssing needs n r c at r eceivel, cornerback and nose tackle, with Minmi in th e marke t fi1r n stn rt<'r at nil three positions Winslow's Father-In-law Found Safe ANAHEIM, CA --The father-in-law ofTampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow was found safe at a U.S.-Mexico border crossing on Saturday, three days after he vanished, police said Anaheim police were notified at about 9 a.m. Saturday that Enrique Guzman, who has Alzheimer's disease, was found at the Calexico border crossing, Anaheim polic e Sgt. Rick Martinez said. The 67-year-old Guzman, of Montebello, was last seen Wednesday at an Anaheim gas station in his blue Chevy Camara. "It is our understanding that Mr. Guzman was returning to the United States from Mexico early this morning. While at the KELLEN WINSWW border crossing, he was dis playing symptoms of confu sion," Martinez said in a statement. "A computer check by United States Customs officials .revealed that Mr. Guzman (and his vehicle) were listed as missing." It was not immediately clear why Guzman had gone to Mexico Judge Rejects Vick Plan To Emerge From Bankruptcv RICHMOND, VA -Michael Vick's plan to emerge from bankruptcy simply didn't add up. The uncertainty surrounding the aging, suspended NFL star's return to pro football as well as vague book and film deals prompted a bankruptcy judge to reject Vick's Chapter 11 plan and order a new one This time, the judge wants a proposal based on the stark reality facing Vick: He has about $210,000, but owes $1 mil lion in fees from the bankruptcy case and about $3.7 million in legal bills -some $13,700 a day since he filed for Chapter 11 pro tection in July. Vick also faces at least $200,000 in annual living expenses if he keeps two Virginia homes and three vehicles.' His only guaran-. teed income is a $lO-anhour construction job that will be part of hi s probation when he is moved from federal prison to hom e confinement in May. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Frank J. Santoro considered those obligations and other expenses and con eluded Vick would need to earn $7 .5 to $8 million a year to break even over the next three years. Vick was the NFL's hi g hest paid player after signing a 10-ycnr, $140 MICHAEL VICK million deal with the Atlanta Falcons. But Vick and the Falcons have parted ways, and it's unlikely he will be able to command anywhere near that kind of money if he is -reinstated by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and signed by another team. The average NFL salary last year was $1.85 million, according to the NFL Players Association. Vick's agent, Joel Segal, testified that he would try to negotiate a contract with a modest base salary and hefty incentives for playing time and starts. The minimum salary for a player with Vick's seven years of experience is $620,000. Suspended NFL tar Michael Vick a he think h e can pia. pro football for another 10 1 2 yea r s if he' s reinstat 'd

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Sports Pistons' Iverson. Otit Fir S .eason-With-Sore Back AUBURN HILLS, MI. --J\.llen Iverson's season is over. The Detroit Pistons said Friday the IVERSON All Star guard will miss the rest of the season -and the piayoffs if they make it because of a sore back. "After talking with Allen and our medical staff, we feel that resting Allen for the remainder of the season is the best course of action at this time," Pistons president of basketball operations Joe Dumars said in a statement released by the team. "While he has played in our last three games, he is still feeling some discomfort and getting him physically ready to compete at the level he is accustomed to playing this late in the sea son does not seem possible at this point." Haslem, Arenas Out For Heat-Wizards Game UDONIS HASLEM And GILBf:RT ARENAS WASHINGTON--Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem missed Saturday night's against the Washington Wizards, a hight after cutting his right thumb on a backboard. Haslem needed six stitches after cutting the finger while defending Gerald Wallace's driving layup attempt in the third quarter of a victory over the Charlotte Bobcats He'll be re-evaluated by a doctor Sunday whe n the Heat return from their road trip, but he does n't expect to play until the stitches are remov e d in about a week Michael Beasley twi sted his right ankle, and Jermaine O'Neal twi s ted both his l eft ankle and right knee against th e Bobcat s. Both w e re active Saturday night, with O'Neal in the starting lineup For the Wizard s, Gilbert Arenas sat out as part of the plan to play selected games during his comeback from kn ee surgery. Arenas has played in two games so far: last weekend against the Detroit Pi stons and Thursday ngainst the Clevelnnd Cavaliers Redskins Brass Meets With campbell To Mend Fences JASON CAMPBELL ASHBURN, VA Having failed to lana Jay Cutler from the Denver Broncos, the Washington Redskins worked Friday to mend fences with quarterback Jason Campbell. "We met with Jason and had a candid discussion," executive vice president of football operations Vinny Cerrato said in a statement. "We told Jason that when Jay Cutler became available, we, like many other NFL teams, spoke with the Broncos. W e are all on the same page and we are moving forward Cerrato, owner Dan Snyder and .the Redskins now have_ to be concerned that Campbell will feel as slighted with Redskins as Cutler was with the Broncos. Cutler became disenchanted in Denver when he learned the team had tried to trade for New England Patriots quarter back Matt Cassel: Campbell expressed in several interviews that he had confidence in his abili ties, that he wanted to continue to help the Redskins win, and that he would use the trade talk as extra motivation for the upcom ing season. Obama Makes Pitch To IOC For Chicago's OIJmplc Bid PRES. BARACK OBAMA CHICAGO --Chicago wasted little time reminding the International Olympic Committee on Saturday that U S President Barack Obama really wants his hometown to host the 2016 Summer Olympics. From a video in which Obama extols the virtues of th e city, to the short film on the city's history that features Obama's election night acceptance speec h at Grant Park, it was clear the president was a key component of the bid. "I think he's an incredi ble asset," said bid strategist George Hirthler, adding that no American bid has ever had such a popular president -with such close ties to the bid city in its public relation s arsenal. Chicago is competing with Madrid, Tokyo and Rio d e Janeiro for the games. t111e WJice of Our Community Speaking j(Jr /tselj"' (813) 248-1921 BEAUTY UNLIMITED DAMAR IUS This week's ultimate Beauty Unlimited fea ture is Damarius. Don't let those sexy eyes fool you; this young lady is very focused on a career, and refuses to allow anything to distract her. Damarius has no problem being the focus of attention, and doesn't mind sharing that spotlight with her friends. She enjoys modeling and the camera is her best friend. When it comes to the man in her life, Damarius said he has to be handsome, smart, talented, goal-oriented, and have an idea of what a woman really likes. Congratulations to Damarius as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. c: m (/) c l> "'0 :r:J ,... ...., 1\) 0 0 (0 ., ,... 0 :D (/) m z :! z m r:m c: r ,... m :! z c: m ,... u; :a:: m 0 m < m :D -< c: m (/) c )> z c ., :D c Ci) m .... .....

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Funerals/Memoriam MR. RAYMOND DAVIS Funeral services for Mt Raymond D avis, of 4427 Booker T. Drive, who passed away on Thursday, April 2, 2009, will be held Thursday, April 9, 2009, at 11 a. m at -Aikens funeral Home Chapel, 2 708 E. Dr. MLKJr. Blvd., with Elder Johnny Graddy, officiating. Interment will follow in Res t Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Davis was born July 9, 1937, in Catryville, Florida, to the late C lovi s and Lel a Mae Dav i s H e was self-employed and was the ownet and opera tor of Davis J anitor i a l S e rvices fot 47 years. H e w a s preced e d i n death b y: both parents; 2 s i s t e rs, Alma Haisley and Doris Goo de; brothe r D ennis Davis; and grandson, Kevin A Hayes. He leaves to chctish his loving memol'ies to: his children, Sharon Claridge (Gaty), Valarie Hayes (Paul) and Alma O;tvis-Cogmon; grandchildren, Pamela T. Derr (Ronald), Renita M. Ftedricks (Calvin), Patrick T. Davis and Ronald A. Cogmon, III; great grandchildren, Rondcshia and Rontavia Derr, Calvi'n, Sor.aya and Saniya Fredricks, Dcdranna and Patience Davis and Jacob Gaines; brother, Earmon Davis; sisters, Royce Cooper and Eric Shacklefotd; long time fnenU,. Pete Palori; faithful friends, Viola and Kisha Brooks; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repos e at Aikens Funeral Home on Wednesday, April 8 2oo9, from 4-7 p. m. The family will receive friends from s 6 p m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3505 River Grove Dr. Friends ure asked to assemble at the chapel at approximately 10:45 a. m AIKENS FUNERAL HOME [8131 232-8725 h" (HI.l l 2.11 0 521 Harmon Fu net-a I Home J ohn W Hnr m o n L.F.I>. .l :1mcs Harmon. L !-=. D 5002 N 40th S1. 626-8600 JACKSON FUNERAL HOME "A Fam i ly Friend In Tllelr nme Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner . MRS. JOHNNIE MAE THOMAS Mrs. Johnnie Mae Thomas, uffectionatcly known a s "Mother," of Tampa, passed away Saturday, April 4 2009. Funeral services will be conducted on Friday, April 10, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Calvary Seventh Day Adventist Church, 4902 N. 40th Street, with Dr. Patrick E. Vincent, pastor, Qfficiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs Thomas was born on May 1, 1919, in Monticello, Fl., to the lute Johnny Williums and Cullie Btinson Williams. She resided in Tampa whete she met and man i e d the l a t e Henty Thomas, Jr. and was employed b y Hillsborough County Public S chools. For over so y ears, s h e was a d edicated membe t of M t Calvar y Seventh Day Adventist Church, where she served as a deaconess und u member of the Senior Mass Choir. She was ptccedcd in death by: three childaen, Johnny Leroy, Robeat and Hent y Thomas, Jt. ; sister, Gladys \Villimns ; und nieces, Elaine Pallcason und Eain M;ushull. She leaves to cheaish hea memories: 2 daughters, Mrs. Gwendolyn Burgess (Sylvester), und Jeanette Thomas, \Vashington, DC; 5 sons, Rudolph, Otis (Pal), Jerome, Jet-ry and Chris Thomas, all of Tampa; grandchildren, Stephanie Brookins, Lisa Thomas, Curlton Burgess, Michael Burgess (Sheliu), Otis Thomas, Jr. (Aiquinda), Eric Thomas, Tameka Daniels (Raymond), Antoine Lundy, Sr., Neil and Jerry Thomas Jr.; 11 hos t of great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren; brother, Johnny Williams, Jr.; sister, Carolyn Thomas; nephew, Donald Marshall, Jr.; cousins, Purliston Kirksey, Tumpu, Jarvis Thompson, lsnuc and Kevin Eggleton, all of St. Petersburg; special friends and extended fumily include, Michelle Walters and sons, Kyle und Evun, De,lore!i Thomas, Almit Fields, l'md the Kennard fumily; and a host of other sorrowing relntives und friends. The remains will lie in state ut H1umon r :unernl Home Chupel afte1 5 p. m on Thursday, April 9, 2009, with the fnmily receiving friends from 6-8 p. m. Friends are asked to meet at Mt. Cnlvury S. D. A. Church on Friday morning. A HARMON BURIAL MRS. BREND A JOYCE B R OCK BELL Funeral service for Mrs. Btenda Joyce Btock Bell, age 6o, of Riverview, Florida, who went home to be with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Thutsday, April 2, 2009, will be held on Wednesday, April 8 2009, at 11 a. m at New Bethel Progressive Missionary Baptis t Church, 30ll E Northbay, T ampa, Rev. R. T. Webb, pas tor, with R e v Ralph Bell, officiating. Interment will follow in G arde n of Memoti c s Cem e t e t-y. B renda wus u L auder d a l e County, Al abama native, born S eptember 2 3 1949, to the late Bessi e Broc k Andrews and Willie J a mes Reeder (devote d stepfather, William S. Andre w s ) in Florence, Al abama. She accepte d Chris t a t a n early age and joined Bethel Lauderdale M. B. Church. She attended W. C Handy Elementary and Burrell-Slater High School in Florence City. She worked in Florence for the Florence City School System in the Title I Prognun. On September 2 7 1975. Brenda and A ster Bell, III wete united in hoi)' mut.-imony in Floaence Later they moved to Hot Springs, Arkansas, and to Richmond, Virginia, following Aster' s career with Reynolds Metal Company. After retirement they took up homestead in Riverview, Florida. She was preceded in death by: her parents; and two brothers, Edward Lee Brock and William Bernard Andrews of Florence, AL. Brenda i 'i survived b y : a lovIng and d evoted husband, Aster Bell, Ill of Tampa; two daughters, Shondu (Emanuel) Jernigan of Hot Springs, Arkansas, und Amber Bell of Richmond, Virginia; two granddaughters, Min and Courtney Jernigan of Hot Springs, Arkansas; three sisters, Patricia Haney and Deborah Andrews of Florence, Alabama, and Bernita Andrews of Englewood, Culiforniu; two brothers, Dennis Brock of Waukegun, Illinois und Durrell (Myrdiee) Andrews of Florence, Alabumu; mothea-lnlaw, Rosu L Hunis of Tnm1m; sistei'S-in-luw, Corn Kenton, Verdell Bell und Doretha llses ofTnmJJu; two btothets-in-luw, Rui1Jh (Jeni) Bell of Atluntu, Geotgia und Rickey (Snndru) Harris of Tum1J11; 11 host of other relutives und fl'iends The remuins will repos e on Tuesduy (toduy) Aptil 7, 2009, from s-8 .,. m. with the fumily receiving ftlcnds ft om 6 I' m in the flme1ul home chutJel. Friends ute u sked to n ssemblc ul the church on \Vcdncsdny at u : Jnoximutcl y 10:45 a.m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING FOLLOWING THE EULO GY. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilsonfuncrulhomc.com HAPPY BIRTHDAY -\ . ULYSSES WILLIAMS, SR. It's been 4 years since you left us, and it seems like yesterday. Happy birthday April 6, we miss and love you. Love, from Agnes and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM WILLIE MAE THOMPSON H appy birthday, Momma. From, your loving family W e miss and love you, but one day w e will see you a gain. Your d arling daughter, Delorse O sborne and family. religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 CARD OF THANKS WILLIE MAE THOMPSON Delorse Osborne and the Thompson family sincerely thanks you for your prayers, cards, telephone calls, visits, food and other acts of kindness shown during our homegoing services of Sister Willie Mae Thompson. We ask for your continued prayers as we will be praying with you. -.Death Notices. AliENS FUNERAl HOME Mr. Oliver Chapman, Tampa. Mrs. Annie Mae Byrd, Tampa. Mrs. Lizzie Covington, Tampa. Mr. Raymond Davis, Tampa. Mr. Navi Jeanvil, Tampa. EVERm-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Rose Mary Hunt, 219 Indiana Drive. HARMON FUNEIIliO. Little Miss Kymora Pink, Tampa. Mrs. Johnnie Mae Thomas, Tampa. RAY WIWIIIS FUNERAl liME Mrs. Irma Lee Marion, Tampa. STONE MEMOIW FUNERAl ROME Ms. Minnie McKenzie, Tampa. WilSON FUNUil RO. Mrs. Brenda J. Ball, Riveniew. Ms. Ethel Campbell, Tampa. Ms. Daisv Brisbon, St. Petersburg. -1 c m Cf) c )> "C ::0 r ...... "' 0 0 (0 r 0 l::J c )> Cf) m z ::! z m r I m c r r m ::! z ., c m r c;; ::z: m c m < m l::J < -1 c m Cf) c )> z c ., l::J c

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en g Crime N ...J a: a. <( en w Young Mom's Murderer Convicted In Club Shooting On Friday, it took a jury c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::::) 1-w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J u.. only two hours to returned a verdict of guilty against Tyrone Lamont Grimes. Grimes was found guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Karen Williams at a Brandon Lounge in October 2007. He was also found guilty of the attempted murder of Jayfrey Williams. Ms. Williams was an innocent bystander when Grimes opened fire at Club Fluid. Detectives reported that Grimes grabbed a handgun in response to a dispute with a man he accused of stealing his car and burning it. The first disturbance was broken up by a friend of that man, Jayfrey Williams. Witnesses reported that Grimes then went after Williams later. They fought and Grimes was forced onto a pool table. It was at that point Grimes pulled his gun and started shooting at Williams. He missed, and hit Karen Williams, the mother of three children Karen's mother Carolyn Taylor, said the jury came back quicker than they expected with the verdict "I'm just relieved someone is accountable for my baby's death Thi s was all in God's hands "He (Grimes) was involved in something that took a life He must answer for that." UNCLE SANDY 2 8,9 11 We need tohelp each other 12,13 20,22 to get through this depression. 30,32 40 ,41. KAREN TAYLOR WILUAMS ... fatally shot at Brandon Club in 2007 Ms. Taylor said s h e tried very hard not to make eye contact with Grimes during the trial. I could tell by his body movements he was detached from the whole proce ss. is not a time of jubilant celebration There are no winners. Two families were affected, but in the end, God's justice was done I hope this sends out a message that you will be held accountabl e for what you do. I am plea se d h e will be held My b a by was taken away without cause or r easo n." Whil e dealing with the death of h e r daughte r on April 12, 2008, her husband, Rowe Taylor, wa s killed in an accident deaths w e igh heavy and thi s is tough for us to endure, but without God in our lives, it wouldn't be pos sib l e to get through this," said Ms. Taylor. "We owe a lot to friends and famil y for h e lpin g u s get thr ough this, and that Karen was loved b y s o m a n y people, so me we didn t know." Grimes is se t for se ntenc ing in May a nd Ms. Taylor 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 I Keys Made e 79 And Up' Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 'IYRONE GRIMES .. found guilty, awaiting sentencing in May. sai d she really doesn't want him to die, although he still shows no remorse for his actions "I just want him off the streets. He was involved in something that took a life, and to me that means some remorse should be shown." Grimes is facing a possi ble life sentence Reward onered lnHome Invasion Murder THOMAS "T J DAVIS ... killed in a home invasion Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1 000 for information that leads to the arrest of the s u s pect r esponsib l e for the murde r of 70-year -o ld Thomas "TJ" Davis. On January 25, 2009, Davis and his girlfriend were the victims of a hom e invas ion robbery at their home in the 1400 block of Estelle Stree t. Davis suffered severe blunt trauma and was ho s pitalized. He died from the injuries he sustained dur ing the robbery on March 12, 2009. The suspects have only been describe d as two Black males. Anyone with information r egarding the identity and whereabouts of these sus pect s and who wants to be e ligibl e for a cash reward is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1 -800-873-TIPS (8477l. 1 Arrests Made In Reverse Prostitution Sting CHRISTINE BROWN On Friday night, Tampa Police detectives began a reverse prostitution sting in the area of Nebraska Avenue and McBerry Street. The sting resulted in the arrest of 7 people Arrested in the sting were Christine Brown, 36; Mercedes DeJesus, 40; Wanda Nash, 40; Charles Cotton, 25; Robert Fulmer, 39; Lee Green, 58; Stanley James, 49; Mark Scutt, 32; Robert Storm, 30, and Carl Stout, 32. CHARLES COTTON LEE GREEN Teenager Kills 8-Year-Oid In Drive-Bv Shooting STEPHAN HARPER ... charged with drive-by shooting death of 8-year-old ST. PETERSBURG -Early Sunday morning, St. P etersburg Police r ece iv e d a 9 1 1 call of a person shot at 771 Preston Avenue, outh. Wh e n police arrived, they found the victim, Paris Hamilton, 8, suffering from a gunshot wound She died a short time later at Bayfront Medical Center. Police said Hamilton was sleeping in the front room of the home when someone fired several shots into the house. Investigators reported that Hamilton's mother passed away several years ago and Shenita Joseph is her legal guardian. Joseph, along with other adults and one other child were inside the house at the time of the shooting. Shortly after the shoot-PARIS HAMILTON ... shot as she slept in the front room of her home. ing, police d eve l ope d probable cause to arrest Stephan C. Harper, 18, for first-degree murder. said Harper planned and participate d in the shooting and there may be more suspects. According to investigators, Harper has had an ongoing disagreement with one of the adult males at the residence, and they believe the shooting was an act of retaliation. The exact nature of their conflict is not clear at this time. Detectives also seized three assault rifles, two shotguns and a bulletproof vest from an apartment at Citrus Grove Apartments, 711 15th Street, South. They believe some of these weapons were use d in the shooting death of Hamilton.

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Class if 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, Flor i da Affected property owners w ill 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# 08-16885 CASE # 08-22705 CASE# 08 26586 I 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 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-232 TAMPA FL SECTION 19233 SECTION CODES : 19-46 1949 EL PORTAL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 PATON S PARK VIEW AND 19-50 LOT 5 BLOCK 29 AND 19-50 SUBDIVISION 98802 0000 RIVERSIDE FIRST ADDITION LOT 17 AND S Y, CLOSED ALLEY ORANGEDALE PARK ABUTTING ON N LOT 9 BLOCK 1 AND ALLEY CASE # 08-2583 TO WEST 101072 0000 ABUTTING ON N PINION, JAMES R. LOT4 BLOCK 7 164930 0000 PINION, MARY 104946 0000 CASE # 08-27808 FERNANDEZ ENRIQUE 10230 N. OAKLEAF AVE., 1703 W SLIGH AVE TAMPA FL CASE# 08-18199 TAMPA FL CASE# 08-26615 SECTIONS : 19-26 AND 19-27 FERRER, JOHN SECTION : 19-26 BALLARD, CRAIG CRANDALL S M J ADDITION 4019 W LaSALLE ST. GOLFLAND OF TAMPA S NORTH 8415 N EDISON AVE TO WILMA TAMPA, FL SIDE TAMPA, FL W 50 FT OF LOT 25 LESS S 5 FT SECTIONS : 19-231 1926 19-46 SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 19 -50. ADD L RIW FOR SLIGH COUNTRY CLUB AREA NO 2 102167 0000 19-4 7 AND 19-50 N 24FT OF LOT 20 AND LOT 21 AND 19-234 BELVEDERE PARK BLK 29 EL PORTAL CASE I 08-28159 LOTS 2 AND 3 LESS W 10FT OF 96483 0000 LOT 17 BLOCK 4 JACKSON, WAYNE LOT 2 BLOCK 10 98495 0000 1907 W MAIN ST TAMPA, FL 111409 0000 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49 CASE# 08-25610 AND 19-50 CUTINO OSEAS CASE fl 08-26917 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF CASE# 08 19028 2726 W. SPRUCE ST WHITE, MICHAEL D 2ND ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA FUENTES JOSE_ AND DELORES TAMPA, FL AND KATHLEEN M. LOT 23 AND W 6 FT OF LOT 24 2012 N. SAINT VINCENT ST SECTIONS : 27-77 TABLE 4 1 306 E PARIS ST., TAMPA, FL BLOCK 17 TAMPA, FL 19 26 19-27 19-46 19-47 19-49 SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 1956 179008 0000 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49 AND 19-50 AND 27-129 CASE # 08-28760 AND 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF SEMINOLE HEIGHTS NORTH AYALA, BRENDA MAC FARLANE PARK ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOTS15AND16BLOCK1 7003 N DUNCAN AVE., S 10FT OF LOT 7 AND N 36FT LOT 8 BLOCK 42 163816 0000 TAMPA, FL OF LOT 8 BLOCK 42 SECTIONS 19 26 AND 192 7 179479 0000 COTTER S SPRING HILL SUB 180442 0000 CASE fl 08-27130 LOT4 CASE# 08-25943 WALSH RYAN 161893 0100 CASE# 08-19185 SCAGLIONE, GESUALE L. 1317 W HIAWATHA ST JOHNSON MC CRAE, 3206 N ROME AVE ., TAMPA FL CASE I 09-01390 TAMPA, FL LLANES, JULIO MICHELLE SECTIONS 1946 AND 1949 SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 BELCHER BEA TRIZ 3815 W SPRUCE ST BOWMAN HEIGHTS AND 19 238 2609 N LINCOLN AVE TAMPA, FL LOT 91 LESS S 30 FT AND RIVIERA SUBDIVISION TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-231 19-46, 19-47 LOT92 W 51. 0 4 FT OF E 100 00 FT SECTION : 13-43 19-49 19-56 177306 0000 GHIRA LOT 47 N 70 FT OF LOT 7 AND N AND 19-26 103996 0000 70 FT OF LOT 6 LESS E 2 0 LINCOLN GARDENS CASE # 08-26367 FT OF LOT 6 BLOCK 18 LOT 12 BLOCK 4A ANDRICKSON, ZUNILDA CASE fl 08-27478 180198 0100 111902 0000 2119 W COMANCHE AVE ROJAS, GILBERTO CASE fl 09-02539 TAMPA, FL ROJAS KATIA M CHAMBERS ROBERTA CASE# 08-22412 SECTIONS 19 26 19-27, 19 -76. 2328 FERN PL., TAMPA, FL 716 E HANLON ST TAMPA, FL GARCIA, DIANA M AND 19-77 SECTIONS : 19-47 1949 SECTIONS : 13-43. AND 22312 301 W HILDA ST., TAMPA FL HAMNER S MARJORY B AND 1950 MENDEL S RESUBDIVISION OF SECTION : 19-50 RENMAH GROVEWOOD COURT BLOCKS 1 2 3 4 AND 7 OF MEADOWBROOK LOT 33 AND W Y. OF LOT 34 KRAUSE'S SUBDIVISION LOT 13 LESS E 3 FT AND LESS S Y. OF LOT 21 AND S Y. OF LOT88 BLOCKS W 2 FT BLOCK4 LOT 22 BLOCK 4 165524 0000 10453 0000 103839 0000 161142 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 --_ .. . _ _ Fax 2417 _To (813) ------_____ -_-_J 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 r Asset-Backed Certificates Series 2004-21HE Plaintiff VS ELBIS MARTINEZ and JORGE FELIX GONZALEZ and all unknown parties claiming 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 claimants; UCC DIRECT SERVICES ; TENANT II UNKNOWN TENANT ; and TENANT Ill UNKNOWN TENANT in possession of the subject real property Defendants NOTICE OF ACTION TO : ELBIS MARTINEZ 3011 West Ivy Street Tampa Florida 33607 JORGE FELIX GONZALEZ 3011 West Ivy Street Tampa, Florida 33607 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed agai_nst you regarding the subject property with a legal description to-wit: LOT 19, BLOCK 28, JOHN H. DREWS SUBDIVISION OF NORTH-WEST TAMPA ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOFRECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4 PAGE 73 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, i f any to it on Gary l. Gassel, Esquire. Plaintiffs attorney, whose address i s 2191 Ringl i ng Boulevard Sarasota. Florida 3423 7 [ 1 within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication [ X 1 on or before the 4tb day of and file the original with the clerk of thi s court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded i n the Complaint Dated thi s 2..tb day of MMkb 2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF iHE COUR T SARA A. BROWN DEPUT Y C L E R K "'T1 I 0 2:! c )> en m z ::! z m I I lXI c: I I m ::! z "l] c: lXI c en :I: m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c "'T1 :::0 c G> m ..... 0'1

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0') 0 0 N ...... ...J 0:: a.. <( >-<( c en w ::J 1-c 0:: LL c z < c en w ::J 1-w > w c w :I: en ::::i CD ::J a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::J CD ...J w z i= z w en < c 0 ...J LL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code notice i s hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on April 15, 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 hear ing 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 evi dence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE# 08-11966 CASE# 08-20848 CASE # 08-24584 CASE # 08-27773 CASE # 0901552 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 ,5108.4 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 Y. OF LOTS BLOCK 28 POWELL S ADDITION PARK CITY LOT 22 BLOCK 9 TOGETHER AND 27-246 E Y. OF LOT 9 AND LOT 1 0 189354 0000 N 116 7 FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 8 -. WITH S 5 FT OF VACATED CORRON ELLA BLOCK 2 116817 0000 ALLEY ABUTIING LOT 5 BLOCK 7 175769 0000 190498 0000 CASE# 08-27813 CASE# 0901576 CASE# 08-14528 184070 0000 WILLIAMS, GARY C NULL, CHRIS CASE# 08-21798 CASE# 0824585 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 1950 TAMPA FL 1908 W NORTH A S T .,'/, 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 19-4 7 19-49 LOT 3 BLOCK 7 BAYSHORE ESTATES N0.4 OF LOT 61 OAKFORD AND 19-50 136842 0000 LOT25 134033 0000 LOT 22 BLOCK 32 CORRONELLA 114278 0000 117176 0000 LOT 4 BLOCK 7 CASE 11 08-28242 CASE # 08-15706 184069 0000 SCIONTI MICHAEL D. CASE 11 09-01579 YOUNGBLOOD, ANTHONY R. CASE# 08-23193 3421 W GRAY CT., TAMPA, FL GORDON, JASON R. 4022 E HENRY AVE., BARCENAS, YANCEY CASE 11 08-25234 SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47 19-49 4412 W NORTH B ST TAMPA, FL BARCENAS, ALEX BARTENFELD LAURA A. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-231 BARCENAS, NEY AND 19-50 113 S GRADY AVE ., TAMPA, FL GRAY GABLES SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5-108 4 GEORGIA TERRACE 10703 N 15TH ST ., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 LOT 21 AND S Y. ALLEY AND 5-105 1 LOTS 49 AND 50 LESS W 50 00 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 TOWNHOUSES OF NORTH B FT THEREOF TOGETHER WITH AND 19-50 AND 19-234 BE1WEEN LOTS 20 AND 21 STREET THE FOLOWING COMM AT PT 50 TILSEN MANOR SUBDMSION ROSEDALE 116148 0000 LOT 16 BLOCK 1 LOT4 E OF SW COR OF SD LOT 50 LOT 1 AND 8 BLOCK 12 112763 0608 THN N 00 DEG 23 MIN 11 SEC W 141237 0000 115240 0000 CASE #I 08 28269 13 .97 FT TO POB THN N 89 DEG SOUTH TAMPA LAND CASE #I 09-02957 28 MIN 15 SEC W6.88 FT THN N CASE #I 08-25410 CASE #I 08-24033 GROUP INC OBANDO, LUSIA 00 DEG 33 MIN 15 SEC W 38 66 RYAN, WILLIAM J. MORRIS, JASON C RYAN, JUDITH CIO JOHN LUM PSD 3005 N 13TH ST TAMPA, FL FT THN S 89 DEG 28 MIN 15 SEC SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-50, 19-231 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 6603 BAYSHORE BLVD TAMPA FL 11 SEC E 38 66 FT TO POB TAMPA, FL AND 5-105 1 INTERBAY A REVISED PLAT SECT IONS : 19-47 AND 19 50 SOUDERS 153116 0000 SECTION : 19-47 BAYHAVEN WEILAND SUBDIVIS IO N LOT 3 BLOCK 4 LOT 4 BLOCK C AND Y. CLOSED CASE# 08 15821 LOT 26 LESS W 75 FT LOTS 10 AND 11 186 7 66 0000 ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON RIVERA, NILMO E. 136461 0100 136721 0000 128633 0000 2818 MARCONI ST ., 'lz CASE 11 09-02958 TAMPA, FL CASE t# 08-26985 CASE 11 08 29073 MORGAN JILL CASE # 08-24334 ANNETTE LIFE SECTIONS : 19-233 AND 19-234 ACQUAVIVA STEPHEN A. CAPOTE FRANK AL ACKERMAN BRIAN MORGAN, SHARON L. EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 405 N. ALBANY AVE CAPOTE DAVID A. 4016 S WEST SHORE BLVD., LOT 22 BLOCK 9 TOGETHER 504 N BRADFORD AVE., TAMPA FL 1803 E HENRY AVE TAMPA FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5-105 1 AND 5-108 4 WITH S 5 FT OF VACATED SECTIONS : 19-46. 19-47 19-50 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 19 233 HAMNER S W E ROME ALLEY ABUTIING AND 19 -231 SECTION : 19-231 19-234 AND 2 7135 AVENUE ESTATES 190498 0000 CORRONELLA BARMAC ANITA SUBDIVISION W 35 FT OF S Y. OF LOT 63 AND S Y. OF LOTS 11 AND 12 LOT 22 AND N 20 FT OF LOT 23 LOT 43 BLOCK 10 E 30 FT OF S Y. OF LOT 64 CASE #I 08-15835 BLOCK2 AND E Y. ALLEY ABUTIING 130624 0000 AZEELE PROPERTY 104321 0000 PARTNERS, LLC 183973 0000 THEREON 3505 W AZEELE ST., 168952 0000 CASE t# 08 29095 CASE t# 09-02963 CASE #I 08-24391 RODRIGUEZ ERNIE MACCARON, CHRIS L. TAMPA, FL ORTIZ, THOMAS CASE t 08-27085 RODRIGUEZ, DANIELLE C 2117 W RIO VISTA AVE., SECTIONS: 19-46 19-47, 19-49 AND 19-50 1509 W NORTH A ST HILLS,FRANKLIN JR. 3409 E 9TH AVE., TAMPA FL TAMPA, FL GRAY GABLES TAMPA, FL 2713 W GRAY ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-26 AND 19 27 SECTION : 5-104 3 W 34FT OF LOT 125 AND E 33 SECTIONS : 19-47, AND 19-50 SECTIONS : 19-26 19-49 EAST BAY ADDITION HAMNER S MARJORY FT OF LOT 126 AND S OF FULLER'S SUBOMSION AND 19-50 LOT 4 BLOCK 15 B RENMAH CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING LOT 21 AND S Y. OF ALLEY liVEST PINES REVISED MAP 175587 0000 LOT 34 BLOCK 3 ONN. ABUTIING THEREON BLOCK 6 LOT 18 BLOCK 10 104405 0000 116230 0000 183803 0000 1684 72.0000 CASE #I 09 00824 CASE #I 09-02964 CASE #I 08-24420 CASE #I 08-271106 KOEDEL TINA AND ADKINS, DONALD J., JR. CASE t 08-18912 FLOYD, KRISTIANA KOEDEL GERALD T JR. 810 E GENESEE ST ., 'Ia LA FLEUR MICHELLE BROWN, MEOSHIA T VERNON, MICHAEL G 201 S GRADY AVE ., TAMPA, FL 10008 N 24TH ST TAMPA, FL 1530 W. ARCH ST., TAMPA FL SECTION : 19-sO . TAMPA,FL 10118 N 11TH ST ., TAMPA, FL 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 MAXIIVELL TON SUBDIVISION ALTMAN COLBY SUBDMSION CASTLE HEIGHTS MAP COLLINS PHILIP 2ND ADDITION N 70 16 FT OF LOTS 3 AND 4 CORRECTED PLAT LOT 7 BLOCK 3 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 FORTY EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE H E ARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK

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Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9:00 a.m., April 24, 2009 at the Board Room 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth ManagementDepartment and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before himfher. The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (1S) working days after the condusion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DEClSION OR RECOMMENDATION MA[)E BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGAR[)ING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBAnM RECORD OF THEPROCEEOINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLU[)E THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Departm e nt of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276 2058 VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 09-0391TN, Ivan J Caro r e questing a Varian ce to setback requirements for property located 6425 Amundson St.. zoned RSC 9 Petition VAR 09-0392-TH Jason S and Matalie L Mart i nez requesting a variance to allow easement in the USA and to allow more than 3 l ots on an easement for property located 9750 Tom Folsom Rd. zoned RSC 3 Petition VAR 09-0400-TNC, Robert and Ma rianne Greer. requesting a Variance to setback requ i rements for property located 5113 Crest Hill Dr . zoned RSC -9 Petition VAR 09 0410-EG Beatr iz Palacios requesting a Variance to fen cing requirements for property located 8102 Mar i gold Ave zoned RSC -6 Petition VAR 09-0412-BR, Thomas Miano, requesting a Sign Variance for property located 30 1 Lak ewood Dr zoned RSC 6 Petition VAR 09-0419-TNC, Salvatore. David and Margaret DiMarco. requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located 4 713 Carlyle Rd . zoned RSC 9 Petition VAR 09-0423-BLD, Donald & LaD onna Wills request i ng a Var i an ce to allow 3rd lot on septic and easement requ i rements i n Urba n Servi ce Area for p roperty located 4323 Culbreath Rd .. zoned RSC 4 Petition VAR 09-0430KO, Chelsea DeV it o requesting a Variance to setba ck requirements f o r property located 18503 Ind i ana Ave., zoned ASC 1 Petition VAR 09-0435-EL, Fortunado & Miguel A Ortega. requesting a Variance to fe ncing requirements for property located 2814 N 76th St. zoned RDC -12. Petition VAR 09-0436-KO, Daoshan & Rong Liu request i ng a Variance to th e Scenic Corridor requirements for property located 17 409 Gunn Hwy . zoned AS C 1 Petition VAR 09-0445-NWH Marie A Burkhardt & Monica L. Alonso requesting a Vari an ce to setback requirements for property located 11915 Snapdragon Rd .. zoned PDMU Petition VAR 09-0446-EGL, Stephen M & Sonya L We i nberg request i ng a Varian ce to fen ci ng requirements for property located 10001 Hampton Place zoned RSC 6 VAR 09-0448-TNC, Bri an D Roberts and All is on Linkous requesting a Var iance to setback requirements for property located 3926 Americana Or. zoned RSC 6 Petition VAR 09-0449-SS, Jeannine LaPointe, requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located 2914 Timberlee Rd .. Petition VAR 09-0452-TH, Oaniel V Powell requesting a S4gn Variance for property located 11551 Discovery Lane, zoned IP0-1. Petition VAR 09-0453-USF, Gibbs & Parnell requesting a Sign Variance for property located 7ZO E Fletcher Ave . zoned CG-R. Petition VAR 09-0454-TNC, Vosmany Cuellar reque$ting a Variance to allow a community residential home within 1000 ft of another home community residential home for property loca1ed 6021 W Paris St.. zooed RSC-9 Petition VAR 09-0455-CW, Bricklemyer Smolker & Solves. requesting a Stgn Variance for property located 13902 N Dale Mabry Hwy. zoned flO ------------------------------------------PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition .. .. .. Friday @ 3:00 P.M. Friday Edition ........ Tuesday@ 3:00 P.M. 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