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Celebrating 64 Years I n The Tampa Bay Area ........ oun om a MEN OF VISION VISITS TALLAHASSEE Recently, members of Men of Vision had the opportunity visit Tallahassee during College Awareness Month. The trip was sponsored by State Representative Betty Reed, who made it possible for the youngsters to witness the passage of bills and to ask questions about the future of education. They also had a chance to visit two college campuses. Posing in front of Florida A & M University are on the front row: Ross Anderson, Sponsor and Founder of the organization, Renaldo James, Bryon Wright, Corey Pujols, Nickerson Cerome, Kamario Mosley, and Wildens Cajuste. Shown on the back row are: Darius Smalls, Devontae McCall, James Elissaint, President, Dontavious Sims, Devante Robinson, Shyheem Barthel, and Lamar Woods, Vice President. Retired Principal Dies After Illness SEE PAGE3. -AHorney To Receive Prestigious Award SEE PAGE 8 .. Man Amistad For Setting House Afire SEE PAGE 16 Trainer Charged In DUI Accident SEE PAGE 1'6 '. n .I

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en g Features C\1 ,... C\1 ..J a: a. <( <( c (/) Familv Asks For Help With Funeral Expenses On Easter Sunday at 1-Tampa General Hospital, Guno Dundas, 4 7, passed away suddenly from a mas sive heart attack, stunning his wife, Ardakre and other family members and friends. According to his wife, for years her husband complained about his stomach bothering him, but just took antiacid pills. "We never thought that much about it, because he seemed to be able to deal with it. But on April 7th, he went to the hospital and was diagnosed with diabetes and acute pancre-atis." C Dundas is a native of a: LL c z <( Surnam and came to this country 27 years a g o He GUNODUNDAS was a carpenter and really e njoy e d fishing and watching t e l ev ision H e and his wife have four children, and he has a brother and two sisters. His wife said they never realized his condition was that serious. "He was very active and really loved building things. He kept a smile on his face all the time and had a lot of friends." Because Mr. Dundas passed so suddenly, family members said he had no insurance. They are asking for assistance with funeral arrangements and asks that all donations b e s ent to Jackson's Funeral Home -4605 North 34th Street, ( 813 ) 239-3101. A wake has been s c h eduled for Friday from 5 p m until 8 p m at Jackson's Funeral Home. c (/) w :J 1-Police Target Search Area For Missing Man > a: w > w c w ::I: (/) :J m :J ll. z i= w ..J ..J :J m I -1 w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ..J u. The Tampa Police D epartment is aggre ssiv e ly searching for information leading to the whereabouts of a young man reported missing-more than a week ago. Police are hoping to find physical evidence that will lead them to the young man. Ryan Darkins Davis, 20, left his mother's house on Sunday, April 5th, with Carl G. :Walters. He told hjs mother, Ms. Robin Harris, that he was spending the night with Waltel!s because he had an appointment on Monday. RYAN DARKINS DAVIS ... Missing and Walters' bod y was di s c overed in a w o o d e d a rea n ear Plant City two days later. His.brother, Derrick <;:ullins, was charged with his murder. Darkins Davis is described as being 5'5 and '>:"eighing about 120 pounds. He has a low haircut and a tattoo of musical notes behind his ear. He also has a mole on his nose and another mole near his left eye He has a light goatee and is known for smiling a lot. A graduate of Middleton High School in 2007, Darkins Davis is a student at Hillsborough Community College, where he is a Criminal Justice major. No one has had any contact with Ryan Darkins Davis since he left his mother's home. Police said their investigation is focusing_'on an area in Plant City where the body of Carl G. Walters was found. Officers are searching the area from Thonotosassa Road south to Martin Luther Kin g Jr. Blvd., and from CR 579 eas t to Park Road. are asking anyone who lives in the area to report any sus p icious activity to the Tamp a Police D epartment a t (813) 23161 3 0 Child, 4, Who saved Mom Honored Among those in attendance for the ceremony were: Mrs. Ernestine Givens, Andre's great grandmother, Cecelia Degree, Joelle Lindsey, Jeremery Bass, Sr. Jeremery Bass, Jr., his mom, Alisia Givens, and the honoree, Andre Givens. (Photography by Brunson) Last month, Andre Givens called 9-1-1 because his mother passed out after pulling into the parking lot of a post office on Sligh Avenue Last week, Tampa Police Chief Stephen Hogue presented the 4-year-old with the Chi efs Bravery Award for his courageous actions.

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Features Retired Principal Dies After Briel Illness Ms. Dolphy said her mother was a selfless and tireless servant of God and mankind "She told me that this illness was going to take her out," Ms. Dolphy stated. "We did all we could to make her comfort and we stayed by her side." MRS. MINNIE H. WHARTON A valedictorian of Middleton High School, Mrs. Wharton furthered her education at Florida A&M University, where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Education. She continued her education at New York University, where she earned a Master's degree in Administration and Supervision She served the Hillsborough County School System for 35 years, serving as Principal at Simmons Elementary in Plant City and 19 years at Potter Elementary, retiring in 1987. A retired Hillsborough County Principal died at home Friday surrounded by her family after a brief battle with an aggressive cancer. She was 87 years old. Mrs. Wharton was a lifetime member of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Alpha Omicron Chapter, and served in many capacities. She served on numerous boards, most notably, the City of Tampa Mayor's African American Advisory Committee, Board of Project LINK, and the Ada T. Payne Friends of the Library. She also received many awards, among them, the Silver Beaver Award issued by the Boy Scouts of America. Mrs. Minnie H. Wharton, who otherwise appeared healthy (only taking medication for high blood pressure), experienced the symp toms of illness during Super Bowl weekend. Her daughter, Carmin Wharton Dolphy, said she and her mother had some pizza Friday evening (prior to Super Bowl Sunday) and when Mrs. Wharton started to feel bad on Saturday, they assumed it was a bad pizza. As the day went on, the pain became more severe. Emergency Medical Technicians were called to transport Mrs. Wharton to the hospital. By this time, her heart rate was irregular. She was rushed to the hospital, where a series of tests were done. Later in the week, it was determined that she had an aggressive form cancer. In addition to Ms. Dolphy, Mrs. Wharton is also survived by another daughter, Catalina Wharton Davis, son, Carlos David Wharton, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and other relatives. The homegoing celebration will be Saturday, April 25, 2009, 2 p. m. at Greater Bethel Baptist Church. The wake is scheduled for Friday evening, 7-8 p. m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Household Chemical, Electronics Collection Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel CitY Editor Originally, February 17th was the date that the transfer from analog to digital television was to take place. The date was extended after it was determined that hundreds of households hand not purchased converter boxes that would enable them to use the TVs they already had. In an effort to eliminate the problem and offer an outlet, the City of Tampa will con .-duct a Household Chemical and Electronics Collection Day on Saturday, April 25th, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. The collection 'will be held at a new location; in the vacant parking lot on the south side of Bird Street (Exit I-275N at Bird Street). This collection is for residential customers only. Residents must provide a util ity bill and driver's license or identification card because the collection is only for City of Tampa residents. Ms. Tonja M. Brickhouse, Director, Department of Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management, said, "We held the last collection in October MS. TONJA BRICKHOUSE Director, Depa'rtment of Solid Waste & Environmental Management and we moved to the new location because we heard our customers stating that the wait time was too long. "This is the first time we have used this location. My department in partnership with the Tampa Police Department and our contrac tors, want to provide a cus tomer-friendly service while at the same time being better environmental stewards. We don't want mercury and other harmful chemicals to end up in the trash. So we are giving citizens an opportunity to expose of household chemi cals and electronics properly In October 2008, 44 tons of hazardous waste was collect ed and disposed of responsibly. More than 34 tons of electronics were also collected for recycling. The following materials will be accepted at the collec tion site: paints and solvents; used motor oil; automotive products; pool chemicals; mercury-containing devices, such as fluorescent light bulbs and thermom e ters; lawn, gar den and hous e hold chemicals; and electronics including computer monitors printers CPUs, keyboards and televi sions. The City will not accept any explosive, radioactive or biomedical wastes at the collection site arid only residential waste will be accept ed Ms. Brickhouse said one of the methods they will use to make the process more faster is to separate the chem ical collection from the elec tronic collection For additional information, contact Ms. Brickhouse at (813)-348-1148 or via e-mail at toni a .brickhouse @tamOr visit the web. site at www.tampagov.net/solidwaste. -t c m C/) 0 DCF Worker Murdered In Her Riverview Home )> "tJ :0 r-1'\) ..... MS.l\.T,.lSA .JACKSON BYIRIS. B. HOLTON Sentinei City Editor Members of the Hillsbor ough County Sheriffs Office are probing the murder of a Riverview woman. Deputies responded to the residence at 10227 Hunters Haven Blvd., after someone called the Sheriffs Office because they were unable to reach her. The deputies arrived at the home around 9 a.m., on Friday and discovered the body of a woman later identi fied as Ms. Alisa Jackson. Police have ruled the death as a homicide. After determining that Ms. Jackson was the victim of a homicide, they obtained a search .}'\Tarrant for the home aroun<14 p.m., on Friday. Police 'are not releasing any additional information about the case. I\) Ms. Jackson was o 0 employed with the State of (0 Florida Department of Children (DCF) and Families in 1996. She rose through the ranks and at the time of her death, was the Senior Human Services Program Specialist. Terry Field, spokesperson for the Department of Children and Families said, "She was one of the program experts and her responsibili ties included serving as a program trainer and technical assistant"We sort of rose through the ranks together and she was just a genuinely good per son. There was nothing about her that was unlikeable and she was always smiling. "When she worked with "T1 clients, she would go above 5 and beyond to get them the :0 help they needed. She applied 0 that same attitude toward her )> C/) co-workers," he said. Ms. Jackson was a member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church. A spokesperson for the church said that her family is requesting their privacy and information is not being released at t,his time. The investigation into the m z :::! z m r-1 Ill c r rm :::! z "tJ murder is continuing. c Ill c C/) m 0 m < m :0 < -t c m C/) 0 )> z 0 "T1 :0 0 ,. Referral Service (813) 495 1-866-352-4200

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. ,.. C\1 -1 a: a.. 1-c a: LL c z <( c (J) w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w :I: (J) FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published E very Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member ol National Newspaper P ublishe r s Association (NNPA) and Ama lgamated Publ ishers, Inc., New York. 1990-94 CP Tim e lnternati o nal POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 Periodical Post age 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 Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher The Sin Of Indecision: A u. s. Dilemma In the past 100 days, Pres. Barack Obama signed an order to close controversial Guantanamo Bay; put signature to a bill that makes it easier to sue for work/pay discrimination; extended health coverage to at least 4 million children who had no health insurance, at all; had both House and Senate pass his economic stimulus package; approved deployment of 17,000 additional and sorely needed troops in war-torn Afghanistan; set August 31, 2010 as the end of American combat presence in Iraq; announced his openness to talks with moderate Afghanistani Talibans; lifted restrictions on use of federal money for stem cell research; informed Iran he wanted to end differences between the two at-odds nations; kicked General Motors prexy Rick Wagoner in the pants and out of office; called for a world without nuclear weapons during a recent speech in Prague, Czechoslovakia and received a roaring positive response; reas'sured the Turkish parliament that America was "not at war with Islam," and lifted restrictions on Cuban-Americans' visits to their former mother-island, while also dropping limits on remittances. Blatant Discrimination L ast week, two women died because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time and lost their lives to a man accused of driving under the influence of alcohol. The dri ver is said to have been in five separate accidents in a thirty minute time span. Chances are if Randy Archiquette, 39 is convicted, he will never walk the earth as a free man again. He was charged with driving under the influence. Interestingly enough during the same week, the Florida unanimously raised the tax on tobacco $1 per pack. Yet, I have the first time to see them so eagerly to raise the taxes on alcohol. This is blatant discrimina tion I have yet to see anyone light a cigarette, get behind the wheel of a vehicle and kill someone. It' s ironic that many of these people we elected are attorneys. Yet, they are willing participants in the practice of discrimina tion. Senator J. D. Alexander of Winter Haven was quoted as saying, "We think it's a fair and equitable tax." We can only wonder what other forms of discrimi nation he considers "fair It would be interesting to see what other "fair" measures he feels they should take. If the legislators are going to raise the price on vices, then alcohol should be at the top of that list. Of course, their argument is that smok ing causes cancer. But there are many people in the graveyard who died from cancer who didn't smoke. What's more, they were never exposed to second hand cigarett e smoke However, the number of those in the graveyard from alcohol related incidents greatly outnumber them. They are using this oppor tunity of the downturned economy to raise taxes on anything that holds still for more than 5 minutes. This is nothing but government doing what it wants to do. This legislature is "supposed" to be for cigarette related illnesses. Instead, they are trying to use it to balance the state's budget and they think people are too stupid to realize what's really going on But, if this tax is passed in the House and becomes law, then all smokers should quit. Then where would they get their money from --taxing .alcohol? During the next election voters should unanimously" replace each and every one of them. ::i m ::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m And how could we forget Obama's triumphant at the Summit of the Americas, where. he a Venezuelan Preside'nt Hugo Chavez sat down to talk men, not as Shepherds. HOSPI-tals Are BI-U BUSI-ness Yet, in spite of all America's newest President h I -1 w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL done, just last week a so-called Tea Party protest group converged on Tampa's Lykes Gaslight Square and angrily warned the Obama administration, "Don't tread on me!" And the Sentinel wants to know, "Is this some kind of a joke?" A preacher once said,5'You can't operate in faith and fear at the same time. You have to answer the question, 'Which side am I on?"' We Americans face the same question. Political sin societal salvation is in our answer. Homework Needed To save younu Black Men enever we report or reaq about young Black men are_ arrested for committing robberies, assaults .or murders. we are sad-dened ancf .-. We grieve for the Victims as well as the perpetra-tors because no one is spared" during these senseless of violence. Nevertheless and once again, we are compelled to call your attention to the parents' and parent-community's shortcomings when they and we raise young men who obviously hold little or ito value or respect for their own lives and the lives of others . So, we ask these questions. Have we, the parents and parent-community, failed to do our homework and serve as positive role in handling and respect for each other? Somehow, have we failed to connect many of oilr sons to emotional ties of love, caring, compassion, .concern and respect for human life? If so,.why? Ask yourself, ''What causes young Black men to in discriminately fire assault weapons into innocent homes, killing blameless children? What emotional short-circuit could cause a Black teenage boy to walk up to his Thank God for hospitals. They are very necessary institu-tions. Millions of people are alive today because of the work of hospitals. However, the big question today is, are hospitals pricing sick people out? This is a very legitimate question as hospital costs continue to soar. Have you been confined to a hospital lately or even spent some time visiting someone con fined to a hospital? Did you observe any of the goings on in the hospital? Did you notice fio >'Wma ily doctors treat a single person? Excuse me. I use the words treat the patient loosely I should have said visit the patient. Doctor after doctor parade into a patient's room, ask them how they are doing, listen to their heartbeat and then the room. For that the doctor sends the patient or the insurance company a healthy bill. Pay attention to the number of times a patient is visited by a nurse who takes the blood pressure and listens to the heartbeat. This action goes on all day long every day regardless of the reason the patient is in the hospital. Then we wonder why hospi tal bills and doctor bills are so high. Please understand that I appreciate doctors, nurses, other specialists and hospitals. I realize that their work is so very important. But, I must ask the ques tion : is there too many people performing repetitive ser-' vices on the same patient? Medication prices are soar ing also and raising the cost of healthcare. One can go to the local drugstore and purchase a bottle of aspirin for $4.00. In the hospital, one aspirin costs about $4.00. Bare in mind a bottle of aspirins contains about 40 aspirins. I ask you, is that whacked? This doesn' t just apply to aspirins; there are so many other medications that fall into the same category. Call it socialism, call it welfare, call it whatever you want. But all Americans need heaithcare coverage. So many people avoid both the doctor and the hospital and stay at home and suffer in silence. President Barack Obama's insistence and determination to reform and lessen the cos t of healthcare while providing healthcare for all Americans is a must: America is supposEldly too rich, too p owerful.ap. d too knowledgeable tci ?nave s o many Americans walki'ng o r laying around here with no health coverage. This article is by no means a knock on the medical pro fession, its members, or hos pitals Instead, it is a cry for healthcare reform, cost control and comprehensive, affordable healthcare plans for all Americans counterpart and blow the other boy's brains out, point hlarik, for sport? We call upon our parents, civic, fraternal, social groups and churches to do your homework, mobilize yourselves. Too many of our young boys and men are headed straight to Hell. And guess who's buying their tickets?

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Pictures From The Past Charles Longworth and Lewis Shepherd were photographed while attending the A. K.A. Plaids and Jeans Dance. Mrs. Essie Mae Reed and Dr, Robert Catlin, were honorees at a TOBA luncheon. :> n _.t: )C.IJ Attending the Elks Convention were Pender J. McCall, Albert Crawford, and Thomasena Floyd. Attending an Urban League Anniversary Luncheon were Mikki Chambers, Eve Johnson, and Bob Gilder. . .:;'Ai ,&;. . Enjoying dinner in this photo are Bob Ellis, Mr. Bennie Shuman, Nancy Shuman, Idella Sanderson, and A. A. Douglas. -f c: m (/) c )> "tJ :0 r-1\) .... 1\) 0 0 <0 ., r-0 :0 c )> (/) m z -f z m r-1 OJ c: rrm -f z "tJ c: OJ l en ::::t m c m < m -f c: m (/) c )> z c ., :0 c

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0) g Local N ,.... N ...J a: Q, w c w :::J: en :J m ::: D. z w ...J ...J ::: m I ...J w z z w en a: 0 ...J IJ.. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer In 2007, a major hurdle was cleared in the Central Park project when ownership of more than 28 acres of city-owned land east of downtown that will become part of the $800 million redevelopment project, was transferred. Centhil Park Development Group LLC, a partnership between the Tampa Housing Authority and Bank of America Community Development Corporation, has officially purchased the 12 blocks of the historic conimunity for $26.3 million. However, when the econ omy turned for the worse, financing for the project was held up and so was the redevelopment project. Roxanne Amoroso, ties for former Central Park residents and others. "We also insisted that the Senior Vice President for Minority Business Enter-the Bank of America's prise component be met on Development all the projects made a presentation .to the Amoroso said five-story Tampa City Coundflast office buildings and mixed-Thursday of what t lte proincome residential units as ject would look like once high as nine stories have completed. She also gave been planned for the site. some encouraging new s. .. 'l' H.A. Executive Direc"For the first project, The .::t;:: ... ,., .. ... tor, Jerome Ryans, said Encore, more than 4,000 ..... h . . b b t d "th. ::::;::=:= optimistic that JO s WI e crea e WI ,.:,:.: .. :.:.:,.,,,. . more than 1,000 becoming will available permanent. We also expect the proJect _started. ground to be broken in We have received funds September to begin infra-from HUD that can only be structure improvements. used for public housing. Amoroso alsq said that However, we're expecting on June 4th and 5th, Job another award from HUD, Fairs will be held in an and we'll try to use that to effort to create job training get the development under-and employment opportuniway." IIEW LOCA.,IOIIf Household & 2 oo9 -a.m ....... p.m. In che vacanc loc on che souch of s-c:. ( exjc 1-275 ac s-c:reec). RESIDEMTIAL WASTE OMLY Safely dispose of old chemicals, paints and solvents, automotive products," household 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.net/solidwaste les Miller Elected To Kappas Southern Province Board Lesley "Les" Miller, Jr. was elected to Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated Southern Province Board of Directors during the 59th Annual Southern Provincial meeting in Montgomery, Alabama. The meeting was April 2-4, 2009 The brothers of the Tampa Alumni Chapter are truly proud of Brother Miller's accomplishment. LESLEY 'LES' MILLER, JR. Tampa Bav Muslim Alliance To Host 12th Annual Charitv .Festival BROTHER HAKIM AQUIL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On April 26th a't the Riverfront Park, the Tampa Bay Muslim Alliance will host their 12th annual Charity Festival from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m The festival was founded by Jarvis El-Amin, Hakim Aquil, and Dr. Husain Nagamia as a way of show ing love to the community. "This is our way of giving back to the community," said El-Amin. ,...., "Charity.,_i. s the pillar :J.. Islam faith, and we want to give charity in a big way. ..,, "At each festival, we give .. __. l'.trf.S> .J out over me8.l. f .. 1;naf features food from all o-verthe world We also offer free medical exams, and this year we'll offer free bicycles and locks for adults and children. As part of the medical exams, we have a free clinic they can go at the Grand Mosque on Sligh Avenue." This year's theme is "Our Doors And Our Hearts Are Open. Aquil said the festival started as part of the Muslim holiday, EID. "On that holiday, you DR. HUSAIN NAGAMIA make sacrifices to others so their lives can be better Each year, we tr. y to do more and in the next two years, we want to help those in need of transportation by either giving them bus pass es or a car. "We believe to have wealth is to share it with others. Giving charity doesn't deplete your wealth, it increases it." Aquil said they will also be giving avvay free sneakers and nal hygiene kits atthis festival. Mfi c lp.ls are invited to attend, and the festival is an that's to wants attend. Dr. :N"agamia said.this is a community effort to reach ouf to the indigent and others in need. .This year : will be.our largest festival. We considered how bad people are suffering right now from -our economic crisis, and we want to make them feel happy for the day and take something home with them. ''This will be a gathering of several cultures in one place, and we really want to put on a good show."

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_ Birthday Greetings I took What I Created I LILMOE I just want to wish my man, my soldier, and most of all the love of my life, a happy birthday. I love my son, Swagger . Love, Mom. 0 0 JOANN HARRIS Happy 60th birthday, Mom. From Don and Jada. GEORGE Happy birthday, George. Love, Justina. Militarv Hometown News AIRMAN FREDY BENITEZ, JR. -i c m (J) 0 )> "'C :D I 1\l ...... 1\l 0 0 CD 'TI I 0 Air Force Airman Fredy Benitez Jr. graduated from :!! basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. (J) The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air :::! Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare princiZ ples and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits m toward an associate in applied science degree through the ? Community College of the Air Force. I He is the son of Fredy and Nancy J. Benitez of N. Matanzas Ave., Tampa, Fla. Z Benitez is a 2006 graduate of Hillsborough High School, "'0 Tampa ... " 2n a )\pplication Period April 13, 2009 to April 24, 2009 General Information Meetings Thurs. April 16 :liT"'"' Plant High School .,5:30 p.m. to ?:30 p.m Thurs. April 23 TBT High School 5:30p.m. to 7:30p.m. Library Information Meeting Mon. April 20 jimmie B. Keel library 5:00p.m. to 7:30p.m. r c;; ::z:: m c m < m -4 c m (/) c )> z c 'TI :D c

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0) Local ...... C\1 ..J a: a.. <( Twelve Students Chosen As Junior Deputies Recentl y Hillsbor o u g h C Cou nty Sheriff David G e e h o n o r e d tw e lve s tud e nt s c hose n as Junio r Deputi es Th e t-w inn e r s we r e c hos e n v i a a n r ece i v e d a c e rti fica t e a n d a $ 100 U S. Sav in gs Bon d for their essays. The winne r s were: Rionna Brewster, Donte Burnett, Kyra Franklin, Samantha Iacofano, Nalany Iglesias, Kailey Locke, Lloycha Lubin, Tajj Mainor, Douglas McLure, Carson Mitchell, David Partin, and Kendall Runyan. ess ay contes t on "What Being A Junior Deputy Means ToMe." The breakfast was held at the Don Vincente Historic Inn, 1915 Republica de Cuba, in Ybor City It took place on Wednesday, April gth and the students were recognized during the Junior Deputies League Awards breakfast. Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee and Colonel Carl Hawkins, Jr., presented the awards. The contest was open to fifth grade students throughout Hillsborough County. And the students were asked to write about what being a deputy means to them. The program, which has been in existence since 1964, te a ches student's good citizenship, personal safety practices and methods to avoid gangs and C drugs. a: Each of the winners RIONNA BREWSTER LL c z < c en w 1-> a: w > w c w :l: en :::i al Q. z i= w ..J ..J al ...:. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL co w Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church 1212 Scott Street, Tampa, FL, 33605 (813) 227-9333 Will Be Celebrating Their Church's 39th Annlverq'Y April21 Tues. 7 pm St. Joseph MBC And Pastor Hayward And Congregation April 22, Wed., 7 pm First John & Rev. Quantia Washington And Congregation April 26, Sun. 4 pm will end the Anniversary with Harvest Time International Church with Apostle David A. Boyd & Congregation IKiogs 2Kings 1 I Olroniclrs lCbronicks Nthemiab Job P slim'l Proverbs .EccltSiutes Son! of Solo mon lSiil h Jeremiah Lwnmhtiont l!zdcid D1ni tl Hosea Jo MkW> "How To Study The BIBLE" (2 Timothy ;!:15) When: Wednesdaythm F riday April 22nd-24th, 7 : 00 p.m. nightl y Where: Mt. Tabor .M. B. Church 2606 Grace Street T ampa, F133605 Pastor T. D Leonard Facilitator: Rev. Dr. Fred Brown St. John First Baptist Institutional Church Palmetto, Florida Malecti Mtah e w M w k luke Jolm AcU Rmnw ICorinl:bims: l C orWhiw EphesiaPJ Philippians Colossians IThe naJoni 2Thcs n loni "" I ianot h y 2Tunothy Tdut Phil anon Hebrews l Prlcr I John Z Jolr!. )John lude CARSON MITCHELL DANIEL PARTIN KYRA FRANKLIN SAMANTHA IACOFANO NALANY IGLESIAS Ms. Rosette Lubin attended the Junior Deputy Awards Breakfast. She is shown with her granddaughter, Sheslea Lubin. Anornev Is Recipient Of Prestigious Award A Tampa attorney has been chosen as the recipient of a prestigious award presented by Stetson Lawyers Association The presentation will takeElace on Wednesday, J u ne 24t at 6 p.m. Attorney Clinton Paris will receive the 2009 Outstanding Alumni Representative Award This award is given to attorney s for their dedication and ser. ATTORNEY CLINTON PARIS vice to the Stetson Lawyers Association through local dis-APOSTLE .,"",. , .,_.,.,,,.,,, KELLY : .. 25th trict involvement and for encouraging other alumni involvement in district activities of the Stetson Lawyers Association. The award presentation will take place during the Florida Bar Annual Meeting at the Orlando World Center Marriott, 8701 World Center Drive in Orlando Attorney Paris is a native of: Sandersville, Georgia and grew up in the West Tampa section of Tampa. He earned a B.S degree in finance from the University of South Florida and received his MBA from the Stetson University College of Business and his J.D from Stetson University College of Law. Attorney Paris' as ap insurance professional .. . provided him with a wealth of knowledge for his litigation . .i.!l. 1 b lj ,siness gen e raf litigation. He also holds an AIC designation from the Insurance Institute of America While in law school, he served as a research assistant to the Stetson Writing Clinic and as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Judge Magistrate Mary S. Scriven of the U.S District Court for the Middle District of Florida. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be .contacted at (813) 248-192i or byemail iholton@flsentinel.

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Church Events New Dawn Restoration Center Seeks To 'Take Back Communitv' The men' s group at New Dawn Restoration Center Church in Lutz h as a vis ion to bring about healing and wholeness to the community. Their first event was entitled "Taking Back Our Community." It was h eld at the University Area Community Center Park. (Photography by BRUNSON). Otto, Pop, T., and James were among those at the New Dawn Restoration Center Church's first "Taking Back Our Community" event. P. J. and Keith seemed to have been enjoying at the event. c;; m (/)' 0 Resurrection oav Held At Temple House Of Praver }< )> "'C :Il r 1\.) R e c e ntly, members of Te mple House Of Prayer celebrated Res urrection Day. The activitie s of the day included something for everyone ranging from the y ounge s t to the most mature d in attendance. Apostle Otha Lockett is the pastor. (Photography by BRUNSON). Among those in attendance at the Resurrection Day activities at Temple House Of Prayer were: Apostle J. Jones, Apostle Otha Lockett, pastor, and Sister Martha Lockett. Sisters Jennifer and Tyanna enjoyed themselves during the ResurrectiQn Day activities. Deacon Darryl Starkes is shown with Peacan, Tinija, Antonio, Deserae, Aliza, Syteria, and Quonzell during the Resurrection Day activities at Temple House Of Prayer. Stand Up For Change! Living With HIV/AIDS? 1W:.1nnu With Your Services? We Need YOUR Ideas. Call Nicole At (727) 217-7070 TODAY!!! Among those having a good time at the Temple House Of Prayer Reshhection Day activities were: Chanel, Ta'Kiaha, Samiah, and Sytera . -...... 1\.) 0 0 <.0 r 0 ::0 0 Sister Lear, Sister Brenda, Tay, Sister Gloria, and Sirena l> were among those who attended the Resurrection Day activities at Temple House Of Prayer. z :::! z m r I OJ c: r I m ::! z "'C c: OJ c t (/) Anaiyah, and Angelique took advantage of the !!;;pportuT1ity to play board games during the Res'urrection m '"Day activities at Temple House Of Prayer. < m ::0 -< THE CHARMETTES, INC. 0 Hillsborough County Chapter :!( )> z Presents The o (contestants 10-14 years) ... Barksdale Center -::0 0 :!( 1801 N. Lincoln Avenue Sunday, April26,_ 2009 4 p.m t .. No Admission Fee The Public Is Invited ns G') m CQ

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0) Social Events N ..J a: c. <( Derrick Brooks Charities Gives Youth OpportunitY To Shine >=' Derrick and Carol Brooks, along with Derrick Brook s <( Charities Youth Auxiliary present the 3rd Annual Miss T a mpa C Bay Youth Pageant to be held on Sunday, April 26, 20od, 4 p. m. at the Univer sity Area Community Cente r 14013 N. 22n St. ::::> This year's pageant theme is "Ch ange, Yes We Can," in s upp ort 1-of President Barack Obama. In 2007, Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Auxiliary began the Miss Tampa Bay Youth Pageant w ith a mission to empower young lad ies by providing opportun ities that will not on l y enrich th eir minds, but their spirits, too. The 2008 pag ea nt was a huge s u ccess, with mor e than 250 guests in attendance at BrooksDeBartolo Collegiate High School. All contestants are participant s in D e rrick Brooks Charities Youth Auxiliary Rites of Passage Program. This program war started in 1999 by a group of dedicated women, who,.set out to create a welcoming atmosphere for young ladies ages 7-18. In 2006, Derrick Brooks Charities welco1ned the Rites of P assage Program under the charity's umbrella This yea r 's pageant will consist of young ladies who will com pet e for prizes, awards and a $500 donation towards their college education. The divisions are: Littl e Miss Tampa Bay Youth, Junior Miss and Miss. Derrick and Carol Brooks invite the community to come out and support this year's contestants. For more information and tickets, contact Derrick Brooks Charities Office at (813) 877-8681. Last year's winners shown with Derrick Brooks, right, were: from left, Kanika Philon, Miss Tampa Bay Youth; Arsana Wiggins, Junior Miss Tampa Bay Youth; and Lyrik Courtney, Little Miss Tampa Bay Youth. c a: LL. c z <( c en w ::::> 1-Miss Junior Debutante Coronation Set Motivational Speaker Recognized Bv Sherin's OHice w > w c w :I: en ::::i m ::::> a. z i= w ...J ..J ::::> m I ...J w z On Sunday, April 26, 2009, the Hillsborough County Chapter of The Charmettes, Inc. will present their 29th Annual "Miss Junior Debutante Coronation." One young lady will be crowned "Miss Junior Deb 2009." The coronation will be held at the Barksdale i= z w en Center, 1801 N. Lincoln <( Ave., on the grounds of 0 MacFarlane Park in West a: 0 ...J LL. Tampa. The contestants are: Ashleigh Burgess, 11-year-old, sth gra,der at Roland Lewis Elementary School, and a member of Non-Denominational Cypress Pointe Church. Ashleigh is the daughter of Howard and Jacqueline Burgess. Adriana Anderson, 10 years olds, a sth grade student at Roland Lewis Elementary School and a member of New Dawn Restoration Church. She is the granddaughter of Shar-oh West. Chauncey Le'Chele Flowers, 13 years old, a 7th grade student at Young Middle Magnet School and a member of Macedonia M. B. Church. Chauncey is the daughter of Helena L. Green. Zayeera James, 1e>, is a sth grade studend: at Broward Elementary School. She is a member of First Baptist Church of College Hill Zayeera is the ASHLEIGH BURGESS CHAUNCEY FLOWERS daughter Felder. of Chisara Charmette Evelyne Keeton, Chapter President, Charmettes Margaret Fisher, Doris Scott and Delores Williams, cpairpersons. ,, ,I ZAYEERA JAMES Donald p ,owridge, g ,urli,," ., received a plaque and for his brave effort to capture a fleeing suspect. (Photography By Brunson) Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee recognized several citizens on March 10, 2009 for their bravery efforts Donald Dowridge was one of those summoned to the Sheriffs Office Training Division for the Recognition Ceremony to receive a civilian award. It was on Noverrib8r 13, 2008 when Dowridge, along with another citizen, physically r .an down and captured a criminal and held him until Sheriffs deputies arrived Dowridge was driving along Dale Mabry Highway near Busch Blvd., returning from taking his daughter on an appointment. The vehicle was stopped because of an equipment violation. Dowridge noticed the man, who was a parsenger in the vehiCle, fleeing on foot. The suspect jumped a concrete wall into a residential development, with Dowridge and the other citizen (from Tallahassee) in pursuit. He was arrested and transported to jail on and outstanding warrant. The two men were recognized for their bravery-

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Local Events -4 c: m en 0 lues Interact With Youth At Jackson Heights NFl YET Center Belmont Heights Estates Kidz Klub Joins Clean Up )> ""0 ::c r 1\) ..... Since 2001, NFL YET of Tampa Bay has played integral role in providing alternatives for the youth in the communities by partnering with organizations to provide programs and activities. During Spring Break, the Bucs stopped by the Jackson Heights NFL Youth Education Town (YET) Center for some outdoor fun. (Photography by Brunson) Residents and members of Belmont Heights Estates Kidz Klub volunteered in the 3rd Annual Tampa City Clean Up last month Belmont Heights Estates residents have participated in this event for two consecutive years. 1\) 0 0 (0 Adults and members of the after school program, the Kidz Klub, gathered early to begin the job of cleaning the grounds of the Boys and Girls Club, District 3 Police Dept., as well as BHE parks and common areas. Wearing the official Clean City t-shirts donated by the City of Tampa, they worked as a group beautifying designated areas. The kids were anxious to participate. Buccaneer J. Pociack (#82) with Jason, John and D. J. YET Center Coach Corey also got in on the action by throwing a few balls. "TT r 0 ::c 0 )> (IJ m z ::! z m r I Ill c: r r m Residents of Belmont Heights Estates gathered in ::! preparation for starting the 3rd Annual "Tampa City Z Clean Up." Participants were Ebony Moore, Kyra Lornes, ""0 c: DenaJae Lark, Jazzerick Bowers, Sterrette Bowers, Ill Staffer Keith. Bucs' player Q. Black (#58) with Kenny and Edward. City of Tampa Rec Staff member, Johnny T. Lillian Gaines,Abdias Joseph, Achille Joseph, Marc r Joseph, tawnya Clark, Gwen Gallimore, james Wellet en and Ezkiel Marc. A. L. McKinney is the Neighborhood ffi Networks Administrator. 0 m < m Halfacre Construction Helps Hillsborough School District Recruit local Small Businesses ::c -< -i c: m en 0 )> z 0 Officials with Halfacre Construction Co., a leading Floridabased commercial and industrial builder, recently recruited several small businesses to help the owners qualify for business-related projects awarded by Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS). The outreach was organized by the general contractor along with school distiict r epresen -0 tatives to increase registration and participation in the district's Small Business Encouragement (SBE) pro gram Halfacre President Jack Cox and Project Manager Torn Rees worked with Henry Ballard, HCPS Supplier Diversity Officer, and Bob Morrison, of Morrison & Associations, to organize the meeting and brief the businesses represented. Ballard outlined the SBE program goals and objectives, defined the bene fits it offers small businesses, and reviewed requirements for businesses register and be considered for pro. ject bids and contracts. As a registered vendor that vies for major renovation, construction and other building-related projects with Henry J. Ballard Jr., far right, welcomes representatives of small to the Office of Supplier Diversity. Photo provided by Office of Supplier Diversity. the school district, Halfacre relies on subcontractors to help it win bids and successfully complete projects for the school district representing millions of dollars worth of work. One of the criteria considered when awarding bids for construction projects which can be worth from a few thousand to more than a million dollars -is that the prill\9.ty,; contractor help increase the number and type of small businesses available through the network. "There is no better hidden secret than the benefits that this program delivers to the small business commu nity, said Ballard, Supplier Diversity Officer for the school district. We need to re-invest our taxpayer dollars back into the Tampa Bay communi-ty. And that is what this program set 0 out to accomplish when it was devel-oped." The following businesses partici pated in the workshop to learn more about the Small Business Encouragement Program, or to complete applications already in the works8 Absolute Aluminum of Bradenton Big J Services of Wimauma Ed's Electric Compan y of Lutz Gator Cornmunications of Apollo Beach Roesch House movers of Largo Thunder Bay Construction of Tampa T&S Enterprises of Plant City Torn Rees, a project manager for Halfacre, characterized the need to continually expand and increase the small businesses participating in the program as a "win-win. For more information on the Office of Supplier Diversity please call "'C Supplier Diversity Officer Henry )> Ballard at 813-635-1240 or Henr:y.Ballardsdhc.k12.fl.us ..... .....

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0) Sp orts 0 0 N """ N ..J Tampa Native a: a.. .... c a: LL. c z .... w > w c w GARY SHEFFIELD :t: en NEW YQRK --Gary ::i Sheffield hit his 500th IJl ::> a. z i= w ...J ...J ::> IJl ..J w z i= z w en
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Sports Jordan's Locker Fetches $23,000 At Auction MICHAEL JORDAN CHICAGO --A locker used and autographed by Michael Jordan sold for $23,000 at a sports charity auction. The w ood-pan e l e d l ocke r was o n e o f 13 ite m s b e l o nging to Jordan up for sal e S aturday. The i t e m s we r e offe r e d b y the Bulls and Hunt Auctions. The total proc ee ds f o r the Jordan items was almos t $113,000 Other items include d a full r e d uniform from 199697 that sold for $24 150 and two autographed j erseys from 1997-98 that w ent for $18 400 and $19,550. The money go e s to CharitaBulls, the t eam' s charity organization Earlier this month, Jordan was elected to the Hall of Fame. Silva Wins UFC Middleweight Bv Decision; Liddell Falls ANDERSON SILVA' MONTREAL Middleweight champion Anderson Silva Thales Leites, and Mauricio Rua stopped former light-heavyweight champ Chuck Liddell in the first round at UFC 97 on Saturday night. The 34-year-old Silva (244) won a record ninth straight fight in the UFC, erasing the mark shared by Royce Gracie and Jon Fitch, and tied a record with his fifth successful title defense. The judges scored it 49-46, 48-47, 50-46 for Silva. Leites dropped to 14-2 Rua (18-3) crumpled the 39-year-old Liddell (21-7) with a lunging left and fin ished him off with a string of hammer-fists at 4:28 before a sellout crowd at the Bell Centre. Madden Retires From Broadcasting JOHN MADDEN NEW YORK--John Madden's last game as a football announcer was a thrilling Super Bowl decid ed in the final seconds. The perfect ending to a run as one of sports' most popular broadcasters, now that Madden called it a career Thursday. Yet it didn't fit Madden's style to think about his retirement that way. "I'm a grinder," he said on his Bay Area radio s h ow. Y o u just grind and get through it and whe n it's all ove r y ou think about it. You d on't rush into a n y d ec i s i o n s Madden's e xube r a nc e for foot b a ll and blue collar p er sona endeared him .to TV v ie w ers for three decades. Boom! As sudden a s his si g nature call, he's leaving midway through a six-year contract with NBC's "Sunday Night Football ." Madden said his health i s fine but at the age of 73, 4e wanted to spend more time with his family. His 50th wedding anniversary is this fall, and his five grandchildren are old enough to notice when he's gone Cris Collinsworth will replace Madden, moving over from the network's studio s how, NBC Sports chi e f Dick Ebersol said. Collinsworth filled in when Madden took a game off last October. Rose carries Bulls Bv Celtics lnOvenime DERRICK ROSE BOSTON --Derrick Rose had a playoff debut like few others and l e d the Chicago Bulls to a victory ov e r the Boston C eltics in the playoffs. Rose matched Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's record with 36 points in his play off debut, adding 11 assists to lead the Bulls to a 105 -103 overtime victory over the defending NBA champions in Game 1 of their best-of-seven first-round series. Playoff e x p erience? Steelers Re-Sign QBBatch CHARLIE B ATCH PITTSBURGH Bac'kup quarterback Charlie Batch r eturne d to the Pittsburgh Steel ers by signing an $895,000, one-year contract tha t includes a $50,000 signing bonus. The move Thursday was expected because Batch has been working out with the Steelers since mis s ing last season with a broken right collarbone. Byron Leftwich replaced Batch as Ben Roethlisbergers backup, but he signed a $7. 5 million, two-year deal with Tampa Bay. ;, BEAUTY UNLIMITED FIORE LA During this time of year, we try so hard to brin g you the best in Beauty Unlimited fea tures. This week, Fiorela takes center stage and this young lady is more than what you see on this page. She's dynamic, outgoing, and has no trouble making friends. She also has career goals, and promises all of those around her that she will be a force to be reck oned with in the near future. When it comes to the man in her life, Fiorela said he must be strong and patient enough to keep up with her, and still able to maintain his respect, humor, and future. Congratulations to Fiore Ia as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. c m CJ) 0 l> "'C ::D I 1\) ..... 1\) 0 0 CD "T1 r-0 CJ) m z z m r;a:J c rrm :::t z "'C c a:J. rc;; X m c m < m :3! c m CJ) 0 l> z 0 "T1 ::D 0

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m 8 Entertainment C'\1 ,.... C'\1 ...J a: a. <( > <( c en w ::I .... c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::I .... w > w c w :I: en ::::i m ::I a. z i= w ..J ..J ::I m I ..J UJ z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. Antwon Tanner 01 'One Tree Hill' Faces NYC Charges ANTWON TANNER NEW YORK --"One Tree Hill" actor Antwon Tanner has pleaded not guilty to involvement in a Social Security scheme . Tanner appeared in federal court in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Thursday on charges of selling Social Security numbers and cards. If convicted, he faces up to five years in prison. The 34-year-old actor is accused of supplying 16 Social Security numbers and three bogus cards to a middleman between December 2005 and last July. Tanner, who lives in California, appeared in the 2005 film "Coach Carter Solanue Knowles Quashes label-Drop Rumors SOLANGE KNOWLES NEW YORK --Last week, music blogs across the Internet lit up with 'the rumor that Solange Knowles had been dropped from Interscope Records. According to Blackvoices. com, the label didn't want to continue their relationship with the singer a..4'ter her album SolAngel and the Hadley St. Dreams underperformed. MTV News caught up with Solange at the "Yes Yes Yes to Safe Sex" event in New York City, where the singer I campaign spokeperson called the repor-ts untrue and blamed the Internet for the idle gossip. I think that the Internet has really been an impactful tool in artists' careers these days," she sai& : "And that impact can b e very positive and that impact can be very negative as well, because anyone can say anything and it can be picked up from so many different sources." Solange also said that In.terscope quickly clarified the rumor as being just that, but somehow that side of the story wasn't addressed as prevalently as the part about her being .dropped. "What's interesting is Interscope the next day released a statement saying that that was untrue and that they were 100 percent still onboard -and that wasn't printed anywhere!" she laughed. Now Cooking ThursdaySaturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Special Discounts For Snapper Shrimp Sheap Head Churches, Banquets, t Bl C b Family Reunions And lYe ue ra s Large Orders. 813.247.5128 jl ,I Seal Confirms Klum's Pregnancv At New York Concert HEIDI KLUM And SEAL NEW YORK Speculation abounded about Heidi Klum's pregnancy -and the supermodel's husband Seal couldn't keep it secret for long. The singer's lips weren't sealed Thursday night when he announced to the audience at his New York concert tha t he and Klum are having another baby. Klum's r epresentative, SaraJane Liebe, confirmed Seal's baby annou ncem ent. Klum has two young sons with t h e Grammywi nnin g singer, whom she married in 2005. The German-born supermodel a lso has a daughter from a past rel a tionship. The 35 -year-old host of the TV series "Project Runway" chimed in on her Web site F riday, writing: I am expec ting a baby. Leni, Henry and Johan as well as Seal and I are thrilled." Stalking Charge JJropped Against NateDogg NATEDOGG COMPTON, CA Criminal charges have been dropped against Nate Dogg, who was accused of stalking and threatening his estranged wife .... California prosecutors on Wednesday dropped the charges against the 38-year old rapper, whose real name is Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, saying the alleged victim has not contacted them. Hale pleaded not guilty in July to two counts of making criminal threats and one count of stalking as well as a misdemeanor count of driving on a suspended license stemming from a prior DUI conviction. The criminal threat charges stem from a pair of e -mails Hale sent his wife, while the stalking charge accused him of chasing the woman's car on a freeway Plies Welcomes Brother Ronell 'Big Gates' levane Home From Jail Plies is breathing a little easier these days -his brother, Ronell "Big Gates" Levatte, has been released after three years in prison "I thank everybody that continued to support not only me, but my situation. I thank everybody that continued to pray for my situation with my brother," Plies said on Friday, the day after Big Gates' release. Gates began his sentence in 2006 for his involvement in a shooting at a club in Gainesville, Florida "I had an opportunity April 9, a day I'll never forget -I had a chance to go down to Coleman correction al facility and see him walk out," Plies said. "That meant everything to me. I haven't had a chance to enjoy an Easter with him over the course of the last three years, man. I told him I was gonna take the day off let's take time to smell the roses. But h e came home strai ght in work mode. Thank God for the opportunity, man, and everybody w ho praye d for the situation PLIES And RONELL 'BIG GATES' LEVATTE around the country. It means everything to me. That was a part of my life I've been missing for a few years. That was his second time in prison I told him either one of us can go down this road. We don't do each other good for m e to go to prison or him to go to prison. For m e to see him come home was everything tome." Plies has often talked about his brother -as well as others in the black community who have been incarcerated in songs such as "100 Years," "Die Tog eth er" and "2nd Chanc e," off his current album, Da Realist Hot Bovs .Move Forward With Reunion Plans It looks like the longawaited Hot Boys reunion is out of the talking stages and getting serious. Money has been spent to ensure the reunion happens. "I already signed the deal," Juvenile told Vib e contributor Alison Fensterstock in March. The interview went up on Vibe.com Thursday. "So for me, I'm gonna definitely say it's a go," Juvenile said. "I already received the check. Wayne is going to put that out, so for me and Wayne, it's a go I don't know if the business been straightened out, but fkno\t B.G.'$ on b 6'iit d and he's willing to do it. I don't know where Turk stands on the 'business side." Last year, Hot Boy alums Lil Wayne, B.G. and Juvenile were hyped to join each other onstage at a New Orleans club. But before they had a chance to make it to the venue, shots rang out outside the club and the party was shut down. "It was going to be a big, historic moment," B.G. told MTV News. "I was just saying that everybody was cool during the All-Star Weekend, then they start shooting. Why'd they have JUVENILE to shoot up on our night? Guess that's Chopper City for ya. When we spoke to Lil Wayne that same day, Weezy said he was not going to the club to get with 'his old group but was open to working wit}) them in the future. Late last year before the BET HipHop Awards, Weezy told Mixtape Monday a reunion was in the works, but didn't know when it would launch. Since the Hot Boys' breakup -amidst business fallouts with Slim and Baby, the heads of Cash Money Records -they've traded disses with one another and reconciled. Last year Juvenile suffered the murderof his daughter, while B.G. was supposed to drop a solo LP on Atlantic Records, but that never surfaced.

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Memoriams(Card Of Thank IN LOVING MEMORY SYLVIA COLEY 4-21-58 SYLVIA COLEY 2-15-07 It's been 2 years since you've been gone. Even though we miss you, we know you're still with us! Happy Birthday, Mom! Love, the family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SNOOP JAMES TAURENCE DAVIS, SR. John 11:25, Jesus said I am the resurrection and the life; he that believeth in me, though he were dead yet shall he live. We give God all praise and glory; we love and miss you. Your mother, Mattie Davis Bradshaw, children and family. 2708 E DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING. JR. B LVD. TAMPA, FL 33(110 ;:j Ph. (8131 232-8725 1 F u x (813) 231-0521 Harmon Funeral Home John W Harmon, L.F. D James Harmon. L F D. 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. *Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350 (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com IN MEMORIAM GARY COOPER One year since you've gone away. You're still in our hearts to stay. Love you and miss you. From, your loved ones. CARD OF THANKS FREDDIE GILBERT We would like to thank everyone for your prayers and support during our bereavement in the loss of a loving husband, father and friend. We would like to extend a special thanks to Pastor Herbert D. McFadden the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church family. Also a special thanks to Harmon Funeral Home and staff. And a special thank you to: the entire Florida Sentinel staff; also a special thank you to my godparents, George and Flossie Pittman and family, friends and customers. Please continue to keep us in your prayers. Diane Gilbert and family. -i .c.r.i.m.e._ ______________________________________ _.1rn 0 Police Investigate Man Charged With Impregnating car Riddled 14-Year-Old Relative With Bullets ::c r ST P ETERSBURG -St. P e t e r sburg Po li ce f ound a Lexu s with bull e t h o l es in th e p asse nger s id e in th e p arkin g l o t o f a chur ch o n 1 8 tl'l avenue, S outh near 39th Str ee t a t 1 a .m M o nday. They a r e now lo o kin g f o r a li ght blu e T aurus th a t might h a v e b ee n inv o lved Police spok e sinan George Kajtsa sa id a n ea rby chur c h wa s also hit with bull e ts and that th e L ex u s w as r eported stol e n over th e wee k e nd Police s aid witn esses rep o rt e d th a t th e T a uru s was ch as ing the L extJS. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Alisa Burns Jackson, Riverview. Mrs. Myra J. Williamson, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME First Lady Mrs. Bernice Stewart Barnhill, Tampa. Ms. Gloria Jean GreenGodwin, Tampa. JACKSON FUNERAL HOME Guno Dundas, 5124 Par Court. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Marilyn Ellis, 3410 E. McBerry Street. Mrs. Susie Hawkins, 11099 Bessie Dix Road. Mr. Wellington C. House, 1340 Nuccio Mr. Theodore Miller, 8220 N. Florida Avenue. Mrs. Minnie Wharton, Sot N. Albany Avenue. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Johnny Jordan, Tampa. Mr. Wendell C. "Sandy" Young, Tampa. "A Family Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street ./A1 <:l\ ,,n .. "" ,..., I "I I u I JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner-- has provided the hig hest st a n ard in lune r a l services l o r o v e r 7 0 year s Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern Owners 301 N Howard Avenue T ampn, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax : ( 813 } 251-49 1 2 E mail : rnywms@ij n et MICHAEL BROWN SPRING HILL -The Hernando County Sh e riff's Offic e r e ports th a t a 41-year old man report e dly molested, rap e d and impregn a ted a 14-National yea r-old g irl in hi s e xt e nd e d f a mily. Poli ce said Michael Lee Brown committe d sex ac t s with the t ee n age r up t o 20 tim e s ove r five months l as t yea r according t o a n arres t r eport. P o li ce said Br ow n g a v e th e g irl $20 after havinf sex. A r epresentative of the Brooksville H ealth Dep artment reportedly confirme d the girl was pre gnant in Jul y Paternity t e st results indicate Brown is the father. Brown wa s arrested and fac e s charges of s e xual battery with familial authority, in c est and l ewd and lascivious molestation. 1\:) ...... 1\:) 0 0 c.o Obama savs Reaching Out To Enemies Strengthens us r-0 ::0 c )> PORT-OF-SPAIN Trinidad _: Defending his brand of world politics, President Barack Obama said Sunday that he "strengthens our hand" by reaching out to ene mies of the United States and making sure that the nation is a leader, not a lecturer, of democracy. Obama's foreign doctrine emerged across his four-day trip to Latin America, his first venture to a region I of:the world where resent-of U. S. power still -:ling e rs. He got a smile, handshake s and e v e n a gift from incendiary l eftist l eade r Hugo Chavez of Venezuel a and embraced overtures of new relations from isolated Cuban President Raul Castro. "The whole notion was that en m z ::! z m r I m c: rr m :::! z if we showed courtesy or opened up dialogue with gov ernments that had previously been hostile to us, that that somehow would be a sign of weakness," Obama said, recalling his race for the White House and challenging Ill his critics today. "The American people ::I: didn't buy it Obama said. gj And there' s a good reason m the American people didn' t < buy it -because it doesn' t make sense." -< -l c: Police: DeKalb lnmate Hurt Irving To Escape m CJJ 0 )> z KENNETH TRUSTY DECATUR, GA --A DeKalb County Jail iii -mate was injured while trying to h escape Sunday, police said. Investigators said inmate Kenneth Trusty went to the jail's recreation yard, tied bed sheets together, climbed onto 0 the rim of a b asketball goal ., and s c a l e d a w all. JJ Officers did ncit realize 0 Trusty was until other inmates n otified deputies, saying there was a man outside. Trusty's plan wasn't fool proof. Investigators said his bed weren't long enOlJ,$<11; and Trusty fell about' 'So feet, landing on the roof of another building. Jail visitors' said they couldn't believ.e wha was happening __ "All t]le polke they have in there and no one knew what happened? He just climbed on the roof and no one saw him or knew? That's crazy, said visitor Shakeela Graham. "They might need to get tighter security." G'l m .... U1

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O'l g Crime News C\1 ,.. C\1 ..J c:: 0. ..... ALlAN MARSHALL Tampa Police have charged a personal trainer with hit and run DUI with serious injury following an accident early Saturday morning. Police said Vilma c a: L1. c z <( c en w :::> 1-ft w > w c W ::I: Marroquin-Marroquin, 35, and Miriam Pinto, 48, were traveling west on Spruce Street in a vehicle when it broke down near the entrance to Tampa International Airport. The two women got out of the vehicle and raised the hood to see what the problem was. At that point, police said Alian Marshall, 32, was traveling west on Spruce Street in a 1989 His vehicle slammed into the rear of the broke down vehicle, sending it forward into the two women Police said Marshall got out of his vehicle and fled A School Security Officer witnessed the crash and pursued Marshall on foot. Police said Marshall was struck by a vehicle after he ran away from the scene and was taken into custody by TIA Police. Later, Tampa Police arrived and took custody of Marshall. He was taken to a local hospital where he was medically cleared, then charged with felony DUVLeaving The Scene Of A Crash with Serious Bodily Injury. The victims were hospital and reported to be in critical condition. One of the victims had to have her leg amputated and the other suffered severe facial injuries. Arrest records state that Marshall is the owner of A Whole Body Exp-erience Fitness Center. en ::i m ::; a. z i= Three Arrested For Auto Burglaries w -1 ..J :::> Ill I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J L1. JEFFREY WWMAN A Tampa Police squad was conducting a surveil-, lance operation for auto burglaries in Ybor City Sunday when an officer on foot -rep,01:ted seeing. a vehicle pull into a parking lot on 4th Avenue. The officer said two people got out of the' vehicle and walked ovet to several other 'in the lot. The officer said he could hear the two suspects try' ing to. which vehicle to break into. The officer said one 'Pf the suspects smashedout the ,window' of a vehicle and took property. The sus--CID pects' then fled when offi-rged th 1,11 cers conve on: e .area. A traffic :was con-a; and all three DOMINIC LOWMAN suspects were: and the victim's prQperty recovered. Charged with auto burglary were .Jeffrey 2(; Dominic Lowman, 24, and Daren James, 24. Man Charged With sening Fire To House NORFLEET BROWN, JR. Florida State Fire Marshals report that a 35-year-old man has been charged with setting fire to a house in Plant City with fou r people inside last Wednesday. Investigators said two women begged Norfleet Brown, Jr. to not set fire to their home, but he set the fir e anyway got into a vehi cle, and drove away Brown was arrested and charged with four counts of attempted murder and one count of first-degree arson They said Brown poured a flammable substance on the house then lit it. Brown_ 'f!_.a s arrested at on Thursday evening. He is currently being held without bond Clearwater Man Arrested In Minneapolis For Murder RYENEIL DANIElS CHARLES HARRIS CLEARW ATTER -On March 17, 2008, Clearwater Police report that Charles Harris, 45, was : fo Qd dead at the Clearwater Palms Motel. Detectives found evidence of a fight inside one of the rooms, ;md the Medical Examiner reported that Harris died from strangulation and blunt trauma. Detectives identified Ryeneil Daniels, 31, as a Daniels fled was suspected to be in the Minneapolis/St. Paul .area. Ari arrest warrant was granted on April 15th, Daniels was arrested on the warrant. He .will be returned to Cleai'Wate r to face a second-degree murder charge. Trio Arrested on Auto Theft, Chop Shop Charges Tampa Police have arrested three men on auto theft and chop shop charges. Last Thursday, Tampa Police reported that a Public Service Officer was recover ing a stolen vehicle on Dale Mabry and Swann when the wrecker driver saw skid marks on the roadway where the vehicle had been pushed to that location. The wrecker driver and the PSO followed the marks back to an address on South Lois where they discovered a chop shop was operating. Parts to Hondas and Acuras were found. Detectives responded to the scene and a red Honda was recovered, a tag and registration from another vehicle was recovered, and a CALBERONE ROBINSON Colorado Tag from another vehicle was recovered. The vehicles had been stripped. Charged with auto theft and running a chop shop were Erick Pagani, 19, Alonso Yoel, 19, and Calberone Robinson, 21. Jurv savs Man Guiltv Of Racketeering, Not Guiltv Of Murder A jury deliberated for 2-1/2 days before returning with a split verdict Friday against a man accused of supplying cocaine and then ordering a hit on a man he thought had snitched. A jury said Earnest Charles Morgan, Jr., 37, was not guilty of firstdegree murder and drug trafficking. However, the jury said he was guilty of racketeering, conspirac y to commit racketeering and conspiracy to deliver cocaine The jury could not r e ach a unanimous verdict on two counts of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder. Morgan was arrested on EARNEST MORGAN, JR. drug trafficking charge s in 2005. Officials him of arranging the April 2007 murder of Maurice Walter, who was supposed to testify against Morgan. Woman Stabs Bovtriend over Pop Tans LAKELAND-Lakeland Police were called to 210 Lake Hollingsworth _:ij.gag on a report of a suspicious inci-dent last Friday. reported fimtmg Cathehne Marine Colon, 18, at the ,_. apartment in the process of cleaning up blood from the floor. The investigation indicated Colon had lived at the apartment with her boyfriend; Shawn Andrews, 19, for 3 months. coioti had .out of the apartment and returned to coUeet belongings when he and Colon.began arguing over a box of Pop Tarts. Police said at &orne pOint, Colon stabbed Andrews witha knife.Andrews was tak'en to a local hospital by a friend, CATHEULNE COWN and his conditfon _is unknoWn at this time. Colon 'was arrested and charged with. aggravat'ed battery wit_ h a deadly weapon, domestic violence and tampering wit h evidence.

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-i c lassifieds m en c )> ""C HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened MAY 07, 2009-2:00 P.M. P-0158-09(JB) DURABLE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND OXYGEN Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with B i d/Proposal results may be accessed via the following : (1) the Internet at www hillsboroughcounty org/procurementservices, or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office l ocated at the address listed below Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race sex, color or national origin Questions regard ing the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services 601 E Kennedy Blvd. 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida 33602, (813) 272 5790 during regular business hours HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES . I REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will rece i ve sealed bids and / or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened MAY 19,2009-2:00 P.M. S-0167-09(CD) LANDSCAPE SERVICES FOR PUMP STATIONS BY REGISTERED SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISES ............ PLEASE NOTE THE ABOVE BID IS A HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY GOVERNMENTAL PURCHASING COUNCIL BID. (This project is subject to the prov i sions of the Hillsborough County Small Business Enterprise Program and has been set-aside for bidding by Hillsborough County registered SSE firms only Bids from firrns not regi stered by Hillsborough County as an SSE will not be accepted ) Procurement documents are available for ordering from the Depar f me n t qf1?f.o . v rement Services. The order form is located ; ->; at : ili must be 2726 402 ,. lL "' ,_.Some or all of the abov. e bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences .. 'ruo r mation on f 9 r a id s1 .'al 9 ng with e ( 1 .j.jhe at or (2) to the Department of P rocurement Services office 1 6 .c';;ie 9 at the address li' ste d below ', ( .. ..... ;: .Minority and Wo_ rpe n owned firms will be afforded a full 6 pportunity to part i cipa t e:ifi t hese matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the bc:Jsis of race sex, color or national origin . Ques,tions regarding the above projects may be to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement ServicE!s E : Kennedy 8Jv(f.,'._18th i=i. County center, Tampa F [ orida 33602, (813) 272. 5790, during regular hours :;o r l1:t+11f iil;fl'!11 : 0 0 (0 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed b i ds and/or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. MAY 01, 2009 -5:00P.M. 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