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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tanzpa Bay Area --' -a rou 0 OS air I ' "o SEE; S T ORY ON PAGE 3 ---. .I 39th ANNUAL MISS TEENAGE TAMPA PAGEANT Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated presented the 39th Annual Miss Teenage Tampa Pageant at the Tampa Convention Center on April 5, 2009. The theme was "The Essence of Silk and Pearl. The commentators were Mrs. Denise White and Ms. Donna Doug l as. Shown with the winner from left to right are: Shakenya Berrien, Rikka Lovely, Whitney Ross, Jasmine Mingo, Yvette Hall (Co-Chairman, Miss Teenage Tampa), Evelyn E. McFadden (President), Deidre Jones (Pageant's General Chairman), Nina Zimmering, Ariana Stewart, Sierra Farred, and Leonora Nicome. Seated, Mis$ Teenage Tampa 2009, Kezia Gilyard. Ofticer Crashes Police Car Into Man's House Ministry-Plans To Build New Center SEE P AGE 9 NCNWTo Host AnnuaiLunchn SEE PAGE 9 Gun Charge lets 18 Years Time SEE PAGE 16

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en 0 o N aS N ...1 a: ll. < U) w ::: 1-Q a: u. c z < Q U) w ::: 1-> a: w > w c w ::c U) :::i m ::: D. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::: m ...:. w z i= z w U) ( a: 0 ...1 u. Features 'Pa,storson Patrol' launch Huue Communitv Initiative REV. c;L\RENCE NATHAN BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer the virus; and Hillsborough County is the leading county in Florida of reported HIV/AIDS cases." Rev. Nathan said the church community has been silent far too long and quotes the Bible scripture, II Chronicles, 7:14th verse: "If my people, are called by my name, shall humble themselves; and pray, and seek! my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. n "We're trying to get the word out through our ini-Pastors On Patrol, a tiative called, "Hands local organization com-Across The City." We're prised of 123 pastors, has trying to reach into as launched an initiative they many churches as pos-hope will not only intro-sible." duce them to the commu-Rev. Nathan said on nity, but open doors of April 29th, a citywide opportunity. revival will focus on the Pastors On Patrol was need to create awareness founded by Rev. Abe and take back the city. The Brown and currently, is theme of that revivni will led by its president. Dr. W. be "Taking Back The James Favorite. Devil Has Stolen." Rev. Cl&!"ence "Tampa leads the.E_ation a member, said they have in adult entertainment, ust become a pait of the. and it's tini"e the peopleNational AIDS Vfe want to get Task Force. .-, -. the word out and teach "It's comprised of several abstinence and states, and we're the only the people. We're trying to group in the south 'that is '. get the information out to a part of the national orga. the county that leads all nization that. was founded ,... other counties in incarcer-in Rochester, New York. ating young Black men in "In Florida, 15% of state prisons." African Americans com-On April 30th, Pastors prise the overall popula-On Patrol will hold a Bible tion. However, service at Greater Mt. Americans account for 53% Carmel on 34th Street at 7 of those in Florida affected . p.m. as part of their East with the HIV/ Aif?S virps. :, Side Revival. Pastor Ron Florida railks third nation-Fields wilf preside over ally those infected with that revival. . Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers On May 1st, the group will have a West Side revival at Mt. Olive on. LaSalle Street. Rev. Nathan wants the public to attend these con.. a.n.'di find .. out. about other projects the group is working on. Police Cruiser Crashes Into Sulphur Springs Residence LEON CHURCH Robbery suspect being chased. George Sanders is still trying to come to grips with the fact that a police cruiser from the Tampa Police Department crashed into his home Thursday evening, leaving a huge hole. Sanders says it was about 6 p. m. when the incident occurred. The Hillsborough Co. Schools Send Out swine.Fiu Alen i in light of the recent Swine Flu outbreak in M-exico, government officials are advising Americans against traveling to the country. Although none of the 40 confirmed are in Florida, bay area officials are also encouraging the public to take the necessary precautions. On Monday, the Hillsborough County School ;District sent a letter home with students talking about the flu. The letter stated,. "Swine Flu in people is characterized by fever, sore cough, body aches, headaches, chills, and fatigue, similar to most viruses. Not all individuals will suffer from all of the syffiptoms.," the letter ed. Ms. Linda Cobbe, sp'o:kes}:)e'rson ror the Hillsborough County' School District said, "We are sending the letters home as a precaution. We are urging parents to take their youngst.P.rs to the doctor if they .aving any symptoms and not to se'nd their chil dren to school until they are well." Anyone with any questions can contact the Hillsborough County Health Department's Epidemiology Program at (813) 307-8010, or visit. the Centers for Disease Control website at www.cdc.goy. The hole in this resldente at.S707 N. i2th St. was by a TPD cruiser when the officer apparently lost control. The hole has since been covered. cruiser was. chasing another vehicle when the officer lost control and ended up in the living room of his apartment at 8707 N. 12th St. The hole has since been covered with plywood, he said. "There were children out playing. It just seems as though they didn't care. There were so 'many different streets they could have gone through to cut off these guys without chasing them in a police car through a residential community," Sanders said. "Since that happened, 11 don't even let' my family sit in the living room." According to 'police report, officers responded to a reported shooting at the Meridian. Pointe Apiut:D:tent Complex short. ly after 5 p: m., Thursday. Upon their arrival, they learned that a robbery had occurred. The suspect held the gun to the head 9f the victim and demanded jew elry. As the victim was running, the suspect fired a round in the vicinity of the victim. An alert with the tag number of the vehicle was placed. The vehicle was spotted in the vicinity of :Nebraska and Yukon. The driver and another person exited the car and fled on foot at Yukon and Fairbanks, with officers in foot pursuit. Suspect Leon Church, 25, of Brandon, was taken into custody and charged with armed robbery. The handgun used was found in the area. Church is also being held Oil a narcotics warrant out from Ft. Myers." .. .. . .,. The TPD spokesp.er;on -said the officer did strike the home,_ however the cause of the crash is 'still being investigated.

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Features East Tampa Group To Host Job Fair LEERONE BENJAMIN The East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership will be hosting an East Tampa Community Job Fair Wednesday, May 6th from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The job fair will be held at Cyrus Greene Recreation Complex, 2101 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. ETCRP Vice-Chairman, Leerone Benjamin, said this job fair will also target senior citizens. "We have 25 employers expected to attend and they will be seeking "to fill positions ranging from entrylevel to management and representing industries such as healthcare, customer service, hospitality, finance, sales, insurance, skilled trades, call centers, transportation, security, parks and recreation, sea. sonal help and more." "We will also establish a database to retain resumes of potential employees. We will also have companies that specifically will hire ex felons." Benjamin said there will be workshops held on how to dress for success, prepare a resume, potential entrepreneurs, tips on interview ing, motivational speakers, and other aspects of employ ment. All potential employees are asked to come alone, wear interview clothing, bring at least 10 copies of their resume, and be prepared to take notes during the job fair. Tampa Bay Workforce will be in attendance as well as a representative from Erwin Technical School. BenJamin said the focus is to help people get back to work. : "We need to have people working to become self suffi cient. That helps the entire community." "A lot or people have stopped looking for work and have become totally dependent on public assistance." Any additional employers with job openings are invited to attend, or contact Cindy Toselli at (813) 2423807 Plans are also underway to establish a Small Business Information Center in East Tampa. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached ai (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. S.9t Pri.oti.bg.: . .. Gan.,help,. makeordedng.yoiir,invitationseasvf:: :::-:-:-::.-. :--:-:: .;( .-:-:-:-:::-::--::-:-:-:- . _.;: :=:: ;::.:: :: : : -.;.::-1: Packages include: . h;::;.: : .. .. Several ,Cover..: desig'ns & Verses to choose from . =====.::; :;: .;.;.::: ; : :; ... {' .. ... . . . ....... .. ... ... ........ .., .. ... :-::; ..... -t c: m CJ) suspended OHicer 'To Be Monitored' c l< l> 'tl JJ A 36-year-old Tampa Police officer was suspended for two weeks without pay after he admitted to enlisting the assistance of a confidential informant to settle a dispute. The officer was also warned that he could be terminated if he gets into any more trouble. Major Gerald Honeywell said, Officer Ronald Johnson "was remorseful and honest during the Internal Affairs investigation. \He is -going to .be monitored closely and he knows that he must stay out of trouble if he wants to continue being a Tampa Police officer." Officer Johnson reportedly admitted during the Internal Affairs investiga-Missing 9-Year-Oid Found In Nearbvlake SONY GEORGES ...... .. _.._ .. POLK COUNTY. .:': Between 4 p.m. and 5 p.irl : :; ; Sunday, Sony Georges, 9, told his older brother he was going to the. lake, referring to Lake Cannon, in Winter Haven, which was a few blocks away from their home. Georges mother was at work and his older brothers and sisters were watching him. His brother assumed he was going to play in the neighborhood as usual. The Polk County Sheriffs Office said when the boy's mother arrived home from work 'around 11 : 20 p.m. Sunday, she began looking for him. The family found his bicycle at the lake, but he was nowhere to be found. A helicopter, Marine Unit, and K-9 team were deployed to search for the boy, and around 7 : 45 a.m. Monday, the dive team located the body of a small child in the lake, 10 feet from shore. He was later identified as the missing boy. A preliminary report indicates Sony Georges died from drowning, but an official cause of death is pend ing an examination by the Medical Examiner's Office. tion, that he had a personal relationship with Ms. Denitra Britt after he investigated a burglary at her home in 2002. She was arrested the following year and sentenced to 3 years in, prison for trafficking in cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia, records show. Johnson said that after her release in 2007, he went to her home with the intent to ask her to become a confidential informant; but she declined. However, in: Match 2008, Johnson reportedly rented a motel room with the intent of resuming an intimate rela tionship with Ms. Britt. However, when she arrived, her former boyfriend, N didi. Osuji, allegedly confronted her in the parking lot and Ms. Britt left the motel with Osuji, the Internal Affairs report said. The report further stated that Osuji left a note at Johnson's in-laws' residence, asking Johnson's wife to call him. Osuji is alleged to have called Johnson's home and told his daughter about the affair and then Johnson's wife about the incident at the motel. Johnson is said to have rconvinced a confidential informant to contact Osuji 1\) and pretend te be g Johnson's wife. According CD to the report, Johnson called Osuji approximately 35 times between March 21 and March 22, 2008. He is also alleged to have left threatening messages. During March 2008, Johnson and Ms Britt exchanged 26 telephone calls and 228 text messages, the report stated. Major Honeywell said the-Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office declined to prosecute base_d on a lack of evidence! He also said that Johnson's honesty and forthrightness were taken 'into' consideration when the punishment was decided . A former football player at the University of South Florida, Johnson became a Tampa Police Officer on November 26, 2001. He has worked in all three districts and is currently assigned to District III. City Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by. email iholton@fisentinel-., r-0 JJ c l> CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 CD c: r--t :z .'tl c: CD r-c;; :::z:: m c m < m JJ < -t c: m CJ) c l> z c ., JJ 6 Referral Service-(8l3) 495-3702 1-866-352-42 "00 . C) m w

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Pictures From The Past Attending a B. B. King concert were Marjorie Anderson, Cora Williams, Betty King, Emma Kilpatrick, and Margaret Silas. This photo was taken at Uni v'ersity Of Florida Black Alumni Society event; In the p h o t o are Felicia Austin, Reginald Sallet, Dea. Donald Latson. " Attending a Christmas Party in this photo from the past were Rosalyn Alma Purify, Essie Purify, Maey William -t c: m (/) c )> "'D ::a r= 1\) 1\) 0 0 <0 ., r 0 ::a c )> (/) m z :::! z m r I m c: r r m -t z "'D c: m c (/) .::I: m c m < m ::a -< -t c: m (/) c )>. z c ., :!:! c G) m U1

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c en w :J t-FAMU's Former Prexv Is First African American Recipient Of Prestigious Award TALLAHASSEE-Walter Smith, Ph.D., Florida A&M University's (FAMU) seventh president, is the first African American recipient of the Na tional Education Association's (NEA) 2009 Applegate-Dorros Peace and International Understanding Award. "The Human and Civil Rights Awards dinner is a product of the merger of the National Education Associa tion (NEA) and the American Teachers Association (ATA)," said Sabrina Williams, manager for Business Affairs for NEA Human and Civil Rights Department. "More than 40 years ago, > ATA, which was the teacher association for Blacks, 9 wanted NEA to keep the ff: legacy of recognizing indiviC duals, including minorities, women, and now gay, les> bian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT), for their human en and civil rights contributions. 'Therefore, to recognize Dr. t-Smith as the first AfricanAmerican recipient, I feel this w award speaks directly to the vision of ATA in recognizing c the social justice heroes." DR. WALTERSMITH The NEA's ApplegateDoren ros Peace and International ffi Understanding Award is pre:J sen ted to an NEA member a. whose activities in education contribute to international lu understanding and motivate :J youth to work for world :J peace. "This is indeed a significant w award that I have received," said Smith. While Smith was president of the University
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Local -t c m CJ) c Gamma Theta Omega Chapter Of AKA Celebrates 39th Annual Miss Teenage Tampa ScholarshiP Pageant )> ""0 ::0 r-1\J 0) The 39th Annual Miss Teenage Tampa Scholarship Pageant was a spectacular event as the new Miss Teenage Tampa, Miss Kezia Gilyard, was crowned. The theme for this year's pageant was 'The Essence of Silk and Pearls." Kezia, a senior at Riverview High School, and eight other contestants displayed their charm, intelligence, grace and talents at the Tampa Conven tion Center. The pageant is Gamma Theta Omega's premier event that raises funds for scholarships and community service proj ects. Each young lady participating in the pageant will re ceive a scholarship to continue her education at an accredited college or university. Addi tional scholarships and the re cipients will be announced at the Annual Scholarship Re ception to be held in June. Mrs. Evelyn E. McFadden, President of Gamma Theta Omega, and Ms. Deidre Jones, the pageant's General Chairman, offer their sincere appreciation to the contestants, their families, and the entire Tampa Bay community for their support of the 39th Annual Miss Teenage Scholarship Pageant. The 5 finalists were, left to right: Whitney Ross, Jasmine Mingo, Nina Zimmering, Kezi Gilyard and Arianna Stewart. Gratitude is also extended to the pageant's sponsors: Fifth Third Bank, Sol Davis Print ing, Sacino's Formal Wear, and Leonard's School of Dance. Congratulations to all of the contestants, Nina Zimmering, 1st Runner Up; Whitney Ross, 2nd Runner Up; .Jasmine Mingo, 3rd Runner Up; Arianna Stewart, 4th Runner Up; and, Shakenya Berrien, Sierra Farced, Rikka Lovely and Leonora Nicome. (Article by Lacquitta .Fulliloi,e-Berry, Photos by Julia Jackson) Miss Teenage Tampa 2009 is Kezia Gilyard. 1\J 0 0 (0 "T1 r-0 ::0 c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 m c Program participant, Ju-r-lian R. Jackson, who mimed, is shown with pag-:::! eant commentator, Denise Z White of FOX Channel 13, ""0 c m r-WIVT. Ci5 :J: m c m < m ::0 -< -t c m CJ) c )> z c "T1 ::0 c

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0') g All About You C'll cO C'll ..J a: a. < Happy Birthday CHYNABLACK Birthday wishes go out to Ms. Tierra Newton, who will be celebrating her 21st birthday on April 29th. We all love you and we're very proud of you. Love, mom, dad, grandma and the rest ofthe family. BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL REV. DR. EVAN SR., PASTOR Sponsored By The Youth Choir Of First Baptist Church Of College Hill Date : May 3, 2009 4:ooP.M. Ashll Vaughn President '". """" Sister Donna Brown Happy Birthdav, Mom MAE JONES Happy birthday to our mother who will be celebrating her 54th birthday today, April 28th. We all love you so much. Love, Step, Kal, Ken, Crisi, John, Marlon and the grandkids. Birthday wishes go out to Crystal Garner and Ronnett Lee, April 24th and William Newton, Jr., April 25th. FYI CAB Meeting The Hillsborough County Community Action Board's Executive Committee will meet on Wednesday, May 6, 2009 at 12 noon at the Fred Karl County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., on the 26th Floor, Conference Room "D". The Hillsborough County Community Action Board is an Advisory Board to the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners. The public is invited to attend. For additional informa tion, please call 272-6770. Blake Class 0163 Event Planned The Howard W. Blake Class of 1963 is planning an event for Saturday, May 2nd, from 9 a.m. until. The event will take place at the intersection of Main and Albany. The com rimnity is invited to participate. For additional information contact Richard Dick Allen at (813) 817-8662 or William Sonny Davis at (813) 3766478. Tampa Writers Alliance Meeting Planned The General Meeting of Tampa Writers Alliance will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 6, 2009, at Barnes & Noble Carrollwood, 11802 North Dale Mabry Highway. The guest speaker is author Paula Stabel. .. Prospective members are welcome to attend. For further, contact club President Michael Darling at (813) 662-1615: If you need call Publicity Person Adele Walter at or lier by e-mail at, . JULIA WALESHA KENDRICK. Parents, Wallace and Sylvia (Peterson) Kendrick announce Julia's graduation from The University Of South Florida, Saturday, May 2,' 2009, with a BA in Criminology and minor in Psychology' at USF Sundome, 1:30 p. in. ; Subscribe Toda) "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself'; t813) 248-192i adeleidawalteng>hotniaiLcom: .: ;.

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Local c: m en NCNW To Host Marv Mcleod Bethune Luncheon 0 )> ""C The Tampa Metropolitan Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. will host their Annual Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Lunch eon Saturday, May 2 at the USF Embassy Suites, 3705 Spectrum Boulevard from n:oo a.m. -2:00 p.m. "United to Serve" is the theme. There will be honors given to Bethune Achievers, Legacy Life Members and Life Members. Ms. Odom's book, "At Sula's Feet" further enhances her abi lity N to connect by providing a means of addressing complex issues in light-hearted and simple terms. The National Council of Negro Women was founded in 1935 by Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. Its mission is to lead, develop, and ad vocate for women of African de scent as they support their families and communities This year's luncheon program will be carried by mistress of ceremony Dr. Paulette C. Walker, who currently serves as the Director of Undergraduate Programs and In ternship in the College of Education at the University of South florida. Her research agenda focuses on curriculum and instruction and ad-DR. PAULETIE C. WALKER ERSULA KNOX ODOM NCNW fulfills this purpose through research, advocacy, and national and community-based services and programs on issues of health, education, and economic empowerment in the United States and Africa. Among its 39 national ministration and supervision issues affiliates and more than 240 sec tions, NCNW is a 501(c) 3 organi zation with an outreach to nearly in urban schools. She is the co-author of the book, "We Can Have Schools." Better Urban As a motivational speaker, Ms. Odom has the un common ability to relate to multi-generational and multi-cultural audiences by sharing experiences from such areas as rural living, college life, fortune 500 cor porate management, spirituality, being a mother, en trepreneurship, sales, and genealogy to publishing her first book. four million women. "T1 Ersula Knox Odom, author, essayist, workshop leader, FHC Mary McLeod Bethune Road Scholar, motivational speaker and prize winning life lyricist, reads from her debut book Sula's Feet." You can purchase tickets from any Tampa Metro-r-politan Section of NCNW member for $35.00 For more information, contact Antonia Barber, 0 Program Chair, at (813) 621-8 745 or (813) 664-0401. l> Electa D. Davis is the President. z Ministrv Expands, Will Build Communitv Center ::! z m r-1 m c: r rm This lot on 29th Street and Lake Avenue will be transformed into a community center by Bible Truth Ministries. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StqtfWriter The area of 29th Street and Lake Avenue has long been the. target of community groups and other agencies. Their mission has been to bring something new to the area with hopes of eradicating the drug sales and vagrancy the area has been known for. Although a few new busi nesses have opened in the area, numerous drug marches and affective police operations have failed to instill confi dence in attracting new busi ness interests. Bible Truth Ministries is hoping to change all of that. The ministry, located on the corner of 22nd Street and Os borne Avenue, purchased a lot on the northeast corner of 29th Street and Lake Avenue from the city for $17,500, and construction has already began on a 1,500 square-foot community center. Sharla Jenkins, Program Director fer the ministry, said they want the center to be a place for outreach programs. "We've talked with some community organizations about partnerships. We want to change the atmosphere of the area and make it more family oriented. We want to uplift the area." Officials with the city had tried for more than 6 years to sell the site to a commercial interest, but no one was inter ested in building a restaurant, shop or office on the property. "We are aware of the efforts by others to bring change to the area," said Ms. Jenkins. "We've received great feed back from the communi ty and """ Convention Center And Sororitv Break Guinness World Record For Largest SitmDown Dinner WASHINGTON, DCOffi cials from the London based Guinness World Records .an nounc ed April 22nd that the Washington Convention Center Authority and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. had set the record for hosting the largest-ever sit-down dinner in the history of conven tion s worldwide. The record-breaking achi evement took place on July 17, 2008 when 16,206 mem-: hers of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority dined at the. Walter K Washington Convention Center as part of its Centen nial Convention. Mayor Fenty, Coun cilmember Jack Evans, Ward 2 Alpha Kappa Alpha's International Presid ent Barbara A. McKinzie, Center plate's .CEO Des Hague and a delegation of busi n ess and hospita lity leaders joined the Authority for the presentation of the coveted honor by Guin ness adjudicator Danny Girton, Jr. at the W alter E. W as hington Convention Cen ter. they are looking forward to this becoming a reality." Bible Truth Ministries, founded by Pastor Daniel Dean, hopes to attract other <)/' Ctorence QlJderdole businesses to the area with the success of this project. The new center is scheduled to be completed this Decem ber Wednesday, April29 -. thru Friday, May 1 7:00 pm Nightly 4111 Ehrlich Road. Tampa, Florida Rev Arthur t. Jones, D. Min Senior Pastor ::! z ""C c: m r-c;; :::1: m 0 m < m c: m fn c ,. z 0 "T1 :a 6

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en 0 0 N aS N -J a: c.. Local .... --i ... .... First Annual Regional Singers, Musicians Conference Held The First Annual Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole Regional Singers And Musicians Conference has been hailed as a huge success. Presented by United Urban a: w > w c w l: (/) :::i m ;:::) c.. z i= w -J ._J ;:::) ID ...:. w z w 0 Celeste, Angel Chisholm, and Mikkea Cole attended the con-ference; Garlend Reeves and Wilma Stokes attended the First Annual. a: Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole Regional Singers And Musicians g Conference. LL ','! Of The National Council Women ay, May 2, ._:11-A.M.-2 P.M .. Embassy Suites At USF 40th Sf. & Fowler Ave. . Tickets: $35 Per Person lOOKN,OXj .Antonia Barber, Program Chair & 1st VP .. Electra D. Davis, President 621-8745 or YARD SALE PLACE:-CARVER CITY LINCOLN GARDENS CIVIC ASSOCIATION ADDRESS: 1512 N. CLARK AVENUE TAMPA, FL 33622 DATE: MAY 2, 2009 TIME: 8:00A.M. 1 :00 P.M REV. PAT HOUSER Steve Marshall, Conference Coordinator, Angie Kelly, National Conference Coordinator, Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole, founder of the First Annual Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole Regional Singers And Musicians Conference, and Evangelist Jackie Clark Chisholm, Conference Choir Coordinator, are shown in this photograph. fi ;-H(1 .Dr. Philetha and Coach Adrian Johnson the event. . . } () .Lon ... Local gospel artist "Dana," and Jesse Betts attended the conference. were of the featured groups who performed I .. Members of New Dawn Praise Team performed during the First Annual Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole Regional Singers And Musicians Conference.

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Local Supreme Coon limits Scope Of Vehicle Searches BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, the United States Supreme Court a ruling that affects law enforcement throughout the country. The ruling narrowly limits the scope of law enforcement's circumstances when searching vehicles. For nearly 30 years, the legal ruling of Belton vs. New York gave police offi cers the right to search a vehicle after the person had been arrested. However, the ruling states that officers can only search vehicles if the officer believes the car contains evidence that is related to the crime the per son was arrested for, or if for officer safety. Attorney Michael Perotti, legal counsel for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said, "It is certainly an opinion affecting the way law enforcement goes about its business. Am I surprised, not particularly given the history behind the case. Vf e have seen over past decades, an expansion of what, the Supreme Court had intend ed. Belton has been1 broadly interpreted." "But this ruling makes it very and unique tO the circumstances ... 1 The court was very careful not to over shadow searches based ori safety issues. This ruling does not override inventory searches when cars are being impounded," Attorney Perotti said. Tampa Police Department spokesperson said, "The ruling will make it more difficult to get illegal guns and drugs off of the street. In close to of the traffic stops, there is some type of contraband in the car," she said. Cri;minal Attorney Angela B. Wright-, who concentrates on 4th Amendment issues. said, is a privilege and law firmly holds that we have less privacy rights in an automobile, law en-force ment, 'pushes the envelope' to the point of abuse of Constitutional rights to con duct illegal or pretext stops to conduct search of persons and vehicles and/or obtain consent to search drivers and sometimes passengers." ... No doubt law enforce, ment will try to find an opening ... This is a blow to police tactics and they will _train to find or create opportunities to search a vehicle. The definition of 'in cus_tody' and 'access' or ATIY. ANGELA WRIGHT 'probable cause for the stop' will be tested or manipulat ed." ... It is good to see the' Supreme Court put constraints on this unconstitutional precedent. Just because they have been doing it for 28 years does not mean it was Constitutional," Attorney Wright said. The Ruling In the case of Arizona vs. Gant, two uniformed Tucson, Arizona, police officers went to a house after receiving a tip about drug activity. 'When Rodney Gant opened the door, the officers asked to speak to .:the owner. Gant told them the owner was not at home, but would return later in the afternoon. After leaving, the officers ran a record check and dis covered that Gant had an outstanding warrant for driving with a suspended license. The officers returned to the home later when Gant drove up and parked his car in the driveway, confronted him as he exited the car. Gant was arrested, placed in handcuffs and placed in the police car. The officers then searched his vehicle, where they found a gun' and a bag of cocaine . The Arizona, Supreme Court ruled that the search could ; not be justified because at the time of the search, there were no exigent (serious) concerns for either officer safety or the preservation of evidence. Supreme Court Justices John. Paul Stevens, Antonin Scalia, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Clarence Thomas, and David Hackett Souter upheld Arizona vs. Gant. Supreme Court Justices John G. Roberts,-Jr., Anthony M. Kennedy, Stephen G. Breyer, and Samuel Anthony Alito, Jr., disagreed with the majority ruling. -t c: m en c Message 01 Haitian Minister: 'Mv People Must Return To God' l> "'0 :xJ r 1\) 00 BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Seventeen years ago, Odule Bitol came to the United States with an interest of starting a career in music. He was just 17 years old and was also dealing with a calling placed upon his life -the ministry. He has been ministering siiice he was 21 years old. He throughout Uhited States, Haiti, Mexico, Dominica Republic. other countries sharing the WG.P.h9f God. "God has given Ille a vision and I'm on a to see that the Haiti come back to God. The problems that are in Haiti are not so'cial and materialistic,' but spiritual," he explained. "I want to see the nation delivered from the Satanic influhe said referencing II Chronicles 7:14. His evangelistic mission, he says, is. to tell others about the power of God and to pray so that God can use them. Bitol shares a frightening experience he had year ago in April. He. was kidna,pped from the church he pastors in Haiti and held for a ransom of $150,000. He was taken on a"Wednesday night as he and his wife, Myrlene, were leaving the building where he lives and where the church is located. father of 4 daughters, went with the group willingly; he was blind-fold ed, hands and feet bound and taken a great distance away. The ride was at least an hour or longer, he recalls. "I just pled the blood of Jesus every step of the way," he said, recalling the 3-day ordeal. Bitol said the treatment on Thursday ., r 0 :!! en m z -t z m r;m c: r r m -t z Odule Bitol, right, with the ex-president of_ Mexico, Visente "'0 Fox, who works often with Bitol. C: -. / OJ was the worst. They tor-. 80 people gave their lives C tured him. Friday was the to Christ. He hopes to one best day, because God used day have his life's story put m him to witness to those who into a movie so the world C captured "I told them can see God at-work. !;2 to give their lives ... to A producer, Patrick Christ." Fernandez, heard his tes--< Bitol knows the captors' timony and told Bitol that mission was to kill him. He God told him to make a m en knows of several preachers movie about the kidnap-c who were captured, paid ping incident. He hopes to the ransom and were use the. financing from a l> killed. His wife turned over movie to carry the gospel. to the captors $8,000 and .He's also hoping that a ., God allowe'd him to be massive .crusade in Haiti :!! released on Saturday. "God will help the nation to even touched those crimi--. move foi'Ward. nals. One of them told me I .. was. not going to be killed., ,. "' tharik Gowho allowed grateful .to __ .. th(_)se _yvho. .. me to sit down with him prayed that. -and deliver him. -has an intel'est in helping After this the nation Ofllaiti with no hearing his testimony 70-conditions," he said. . "'' .. ai . l'((\ Music. CuMure Clothes BraniiJ'e: Poetry Club DJ llniCIIII.III.II Email: humblear ancelnc.@ o.com C) m ... ...

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0) Sports a) N ..J a: a. < > l it LL. Q z < Q tJ) w :::::: t-w > w Q w ::c 0 :::i m :::::: a. z ti ..J ..J .:::::: m .!I w tz w tJ) it 0 ..J LL. Bucs Drab Kansas State QB Josh Freeman JOSH FREEMAN TAMPA The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have selected Kansas Josh Fr-eeman with .the 17th pick in the NFL draft, opting to bring in their quarterback of the future instead of help for a sag-ging defense. Freeman is the first quarterback the Bucs have selected in the first round since taking Trent Dilfer sixth in 1994. Tampa Bay moved up two spots Saturday in the draft order, swapping places with the Cleveland Browns, who also received the Bucs' sixth-round Although landing a terback of the future 4 need, many felt a selection made . Tlie Bucs have had one :9f the. stingiest defenses in the league, however the unit fell apart in 2008 and was one of the reasons the team lost four straight after a 9-3 start to miss the playoffs . 49ers Pounce On crabtree With 10th Pick MICHAEL CRABTREE SANTA CLARA, CA . ./ The San Francisco_ 49ers have selected receiver Michael Crabtree in. the NFL. draft, snatching up the Texas Tech star when he. imexpectedly slipped to the lOth pick. Crabtree won the Biletnikoff Award as the nation's best college receiver after both of his two sea- sonS with the Red where he caught 231 pass--es for 41 touchdowns. C He was widely to: be the first receiver selected; but Crabtree might have 'slipped in, teams' estimation when a stress fracture was discovered in his left foot at the : forcing him to cancel several workouts for NFL clubs. He has mostly recovered from ;ilrgery on the injury, but nine teams passed on him. ; .,including the near. by Ol:ikland Raiders, who went. with Maryland receivDarrius HeywardBey.. 3602 7th. Avenue *Jampa,-FL 241-2301 or 247-37.19 f Keys Made . . :: .) And Up'" . . c J Latex Flat White Paint. ........ :: .. $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White PainL ... .... $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set ............... ...... :.$3.49 ea. 3" Brushes .................. .............. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD .ONLY!! Seahawks surprisinulv Set Hill Free LEROY HILL RENTON, WA --The Seattle Seahawks have rescinded their franchise tag on outside linebacker Leroy Hill, making him a free agent. A team spokesman con firmed the surprising move Sunday, a day after the team made Wake Forest star outside linebacker Aaron Curry the fourth overall pick in the NFL draft. It gives Seattle salary cap space of $8.3 million -the value of the guaranteed contract for 2009 the team was obligated to offer Hill as its fr8.Il.chise player. Curry is expected to get at least $25 Plillion guar. anteed in his new contract. Patriots Trade Hobbs To Eagles ./ ELUSHOBBS PHILADELPHIA The Philadelphia Eagles, dealing with a veteran corner back who wanted to be trad ed, packaged some extra draft picks to trade for a veteran cornerback. The Eagles began the second day of the NFL draft Sunday with three trlldes, the third of which n "etted them the Patriots' Ellis Hobbs, a four-year veteran cornerback who was New England's third-round pick in 2005. The acquisition of Hobbs pleased the Eagles' disgrun tled Sheldon Brown, but only because he hoped it could lead to his departure from Philadelphia ; "I think it's great," Brown said. "I look at it as great news in terms of me being Ward Siuns Five-Year Extension Expected To Be wonh $22 Million PITTSBURGH Wide receiver Hines Ward signed his five-year contract extension Sunday with the Steelers, a deal that should allow the two time Super Bowl winner to finish his career in Pittsburgh. The contract runs through the 2013 season, though the 33-year-old Ward may not play. that long. "I think everybody in the organization wanted to see Hines conclude his career here, just like Jerome (Bettis) did," director of football operations Kevin Colbert said. "He's been such a big part of our success.' You want a player like that to finish in a Steelers uniform. He was committed to that we were committed to that, and thankfully it worked out." Ward's extension is expected to be worth $22 million and allows the HINES WARD Steelers to spread out his signing bonus for salary cap purposes. Ward will make less this season than the $5.8. million he would have made in the final sea s.on of the $27.5 million, five-year contract he signed in 2005, but much of the money will be made up in a signing bonus. Ward, a 1998 draft pick, owns the Ste.elers' record with 800 career catches and is 220 yards way from reaching the 10.,000-yard career inark. Vikings Take WR Percv Hanin With No .. -22 PickEDEN PRAIRIE: Mimi. --Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress had plenty of questions for Percy Harvin when he visited the receiver in Florida only three days before the NFL draft. The speedy Gators star must have had all the right answers. The Vikings selected the big-play threat with the 22nd overall draft choice on Saturday after speaking with Harvin, his family and Gators coaches about a failed drug test at the NFL combine and concerns about his durability. "I think he's a guy that's made a mistake. We've all made mistakes," Childress said. "The big thing is trhat you look at him in the eye and you rec ognize it for what it is. You admit to it." ;, "And then I think (it's about) how you deal with . . PERCY HARVIN -. adversity as you go for-. ward," he added. "Do you run and bury it? Or do you fix it? That's part of grow-in:g up." The 5-foot-11 Harvin. split time rwlning back and reHeivet' in three seasons at Florida. He racked up nearly 3,800 total yards, using his i satility to help_ the Gators .'to two national titles. voice ojol 'c/om1nunity . 1 SentlnelBUHetin u ):i._\t} (813).

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Sports some Think Freeman Selection Not Good BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Analysis) "And with the 17th in the 2009 NFL draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Josh Freeman, quarterback, Kansas State." That announcement met a chorus of boos in New York and in Tampa. It appears Buc fans have grown so accustomed to defensive players being. selected, they don't want to see an offensive player selected with the first pick, especially an African American quarterback. When you look back on the history of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and African quarterbacks, a clearer picture becomes to focus. First, there was Parnell Dickerson. He wasn;t good enough, so they brought in a quarterback from the Pittsburgh Steelers. you just can't pass up in a quarterback. Of course, there are those who wanted to see Josh McCown step in and take over, even though the Bucs have acquired Byron Leftwich and still have Brian Griese and Josh Johnson on the roster. It's a shame that before a young man has a chance to step onto the field and compete, he's being eulo gized by sports and somefans. One Buccaneer fan, Bennie Kelly had this to say . "I understand why some people are upset, because defense has always defined the team, Jon Gruden got fired for the same reason as Tony Dungy." "Under coach Raheem Morris, and with Doug Williams in the front office,. they couldn't justify passing on this 6'6" stud. Freeman didn't play at a big name. school. The ones who .did .. haven't done a thing. These high profile Then came Doug Williams from Grambling State. All he did was lead .guys just don't get the job the Bucs to first .. done." ning seasons and into the Kelly said we need to playoffs. But, that wasn't : ,,. keep in that "this good enough. So he was . isn't Gruden's team anycast aside in favor of the more." "Throwin' Samoan,' Jack "We shoUld all be Thompson. ab_ o':lt upcoming season Then along came Shaun .. and. sup.port Coach King. King came from an Morris. if you look at the undefeated Tulane pro-other teams in our confer-gram with skills better .. ence_ we need _to score than anyone the Bucs had on their roster. But, they kept aging Brad Johnson instead, and King was eventually shov"ed out. more.":.:"I think Griese is getting paid for nothing. We have 5 q\iarterbacks and it's tinie to get. them on the field. LetJosh Johnson Now comes Josh. Freeman, all 6'6" and 240 pounds ofhim. and Freeman compete Before this young man instead of just handing the even for a job, job to McCown. Let's wei-doubters are already say-come this pll.re athlete and ing he's a and the let's help him help us. Bucs should have gone in a Kelly said Black quar-different direction. terbacks in the past If you listen to sports gotten a break in radio, they assume that no .Tampa. one has seen this young -"Raheeu;a .is a young, man play, because they new coach and like Mike haven't seen him play. In Tomlin,. give him his tenure at Kansas what he needs to be sue-State, he didn't put up cessful." huge numoers, mostly Kelly said this is a new because of his supporting chapter in. the history of clais and the tOugh confer-the Bucs and true Buc fans ence he played in. will stand by Morris and What you couldn't ignore Freeman. were his obvious skills, "Those who want to give physical attributes, and up their tickets, go right si7;e. Those are qualities ahead." Mutombo Bids Farewell After 18Seasons DIKEMBE MUTOMBO HOUSTON-Dikembe Mutombo has gotten over the sadness of the end of his playing career. He'll take some time before deciding what he wants to do next. The 42-year-old Mutombo said he was retired from basketball after rupturing a quadriceps tendon in his left knee early in Houston's 107-103 loss to Portland in Game 2 of their playoff s 'eries on Tuesday. Game 3 is Friday in Houston. The 7-foot-2 Mutombo had surgery on Monday. BEAUTY UNLIMITED AMBER . This week's Beauty Unlimited feature is c: m en c }< )> :::u rN 51:1 N 0 0 z c :::u 6 TONY ALLEN PHILADELPHIA Commissioner David Stern i s aware the NBA has increased security around Boston celtics guard Tony Allen, though he wouldn't give specifics about the situation. Stern said Friday, "I want to say this Qle right w ii')r': That 'issue is'nqt. a new issue for us in our league over the last 25 years "It's just you haven't read about it and we haven't talked about it. I'm not going to talk about it now other than to say it's something we're aware of. We always deal with it and we have a security representa tive in every city. We liaise with law enforcement and we do what we have to do at all times. It's nothing new at all." .. ( According to a report i n the Boston Herald, Allen C) has been receiving death m ... threats. w

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Q) g Entertainment (\1 Famed Gospel Singer Timothvwriuht Dies REV. TIMOTHY WRIGHT NEW YORK-The Rev. >-Timothy Wright, the ic( Grammy-nominated gospel c a: singer and composer known LL. for his up-tempo praise C song and powerful mass Z choir sound, has died. He c( was 61. Wright, who was seriousC ly injured in a car crash ffi that killed his wife and :::l grands.on, died early Thursday at the Bronx a: Veterans Hospital, music agent Will Bogle said. w Timothy Wright was the C pastor at Grace Tabernacle W Christian Center Church of %: UJ God in Christ, located in the :::; m ::;, Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. He released more than a dozen gospel record ings, writing many of the songs. His latest album, "Jesus, Jesus, Jesus," came out in 2007. In 1994, his record "Come Thou Almighty King," with the New York Fellowship Mass Choir, made the Billboard Top 20 charts for gospel albums and was nominated for a Grammy for best traditional soul gospel album. Wright was critically injured July 4 in a threevehicle crash on Interstate 80 near Loganton, PA. Another car was going the wrong way when it struck Wright's car. His wife, Betty Wright, 58, was killed in the crash, and their 14-year-old grandson, D. J. Wright, died later at a hospital. The driver of the wrong way car, John Pick, also was killed, while a passenger in a third car was injured. The Wrights were returning from a Church of God in Christ conference in Detroit, said Leroy Johnson, a tr'bstee at Grace Tabernacle. a. z ..J ..J ::;, m ...J w z lil wavne's lawsuit Against 1ha caner' Doc Reiected w UJ c(' Q it g u. ULWAYNE Lil Wayne has rapped many times about his love of prescriptioh cough medicine, once even declaring his commitment to "weed Mcfsyrhi> till I die." Lylics N are one thing, however, and video footage is quite another. Earlier this month, Wayne sued. to halt the. release of "Tha Carter, a Sundance documentary in which he's seen repeatedly drinking syrup. But on Tuesday, a California Superior Court judge rejected Wayne's request for a preliminary injunc-"''f tion, clearing the. way for -w production company QD3 Entertainment to begin a.; seeking distribution of the film. "We're very pleased with the court's decision," QD3's Quincy Jones III said. "We made a great film, which was incredibly well received at Sundance and showcases Lil Wayne's. extraordinary talent." The rapper's lawsuit maintained that QD3 had promised to give Wayne final-cut approval over the film. After viewing the documentary late last year, Wayne's management requested that some objectionable content be Following a viewing of footage in January, Wayne's reps again requested certain scenes be cut Those cuts were not made, and "Tha Carter" went on to screen at the Sundance Film Festival, where it was enthusiastically received. Wayne's lawsuit contended that the documentary presented a "scandalous portrayal" of the rapper without his approval. He sued for breach of contract, fraud and invasion of privacy. Jennifer Hudson Gives Chicago Homecoming Concen JENNIFER HUDSON CHICAGO Oscar and Grammy-winning singer Jennifer Hudson has given her first hometown concert since her mother, brother and 7 -year-old nephew were murdered in Chicago last year. Hudson sang Saturday night at a theater m Chicago's McCormick Place. She dedicated the song "You Pulled Me Through" to relatives in the audience and brought four cousins on stage to sing with her. Rihanna Seeking .Return Of. Pricev Jewelrv RIHANNA LOS ANvELES Rihanna is seeking the return of $1.4 million' in jewelry she was wearing the night she was allegedly beaten by Chris Brown. Donald Etra, an attorney for the "Umbrella" singer, filed a. motion Tuesday asking that Los Angeles police and prose cutors return a pair of earrings and theer rings, which were as evi dence. The filing includes a general description. of the items, saying they all are made of "yellow metal" and all but one includes "white stones." The value of the items is at least $1.4 mil lion, the motion states. It argues that photographs of the items will satisfy the needs of attorneys and asks the court "to order the return of the property to (Rihanna) without further Rick Ross savs 50 Centis 'Finished' Rick Ross experienced a rush of publicity leading up to the Tuesday release of his third album, Deeper Than Rap, with the. anthem like hits "Magnificent" and "Maybach Music 2" and his war. of words with 50 Cent. But the Miami artist is being accused ofratcheting up the beef to promote his project -just as 50 has been accused in the past. Ross denied the claim, although he did call the RICK ROSS situation "a platform for me." fans Fixate on Bevonce As 'Obsessed' Takes In $28M LOS ANGELES -Audiences were in the mood for some fatal attrac tion action at the box office. Beyonce Knowles and Idris Elba's "Obsessed" debuted as the top weekend. movie with $28.5 million in ticket sales. The Sony Screen Gems thriller stars Knowles and Elba as a couple whose ideal marriage 'lands on the rocks after a psychotic temp played by Ali Larter begins stalking the husband. "Obsessed" was not screened in advance for critics, and those who reviewed it generally trashed the movie as a lame retread of 1987's "Fatal Attraction,"' which' starred Glenn Close as a demented woman pursuing a married man, played by Michael Douglas. But "Obsessed" had the lure of singer Knowles stepping out from her pop star image and duking it out with the crazy lady threatening her home and "There's something about wanting to see Beyonce .... ..__ -BEYONCE KNOWLFS:' And IDRIS ELBA ,, kick butt. She's taking on one wacked chick, played very well by Ali Larter," said Rory Bruer, head of distribution for Sony. "Let's face it, everyone loves Beyonce, and to see her in this role is a treat." 1. "Obsessed," $28.5 M. 2. "17 Again, $11.7 M. 3. "Fighting," $11.4 M. 4. "The Soloist," $9.7 M. 5. "Earth," $8.6 M. 6. "Monsters vs. Aliens,, $8.5M. 7. "State of Play," $6.9 M. B. "Hannah Montana: The Movie," $6.4 M. 9. "Fast & Furious,, $6.1 M. 10. Crank: High Voltage," $2.4M. .. t .i r;.. .. ; ...

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Memoriams IN MEMORIAM MISS GLORIA STEPHEN 1/12/44-4/27/99 MRS. ROBBIE STEPHEN 4/30/14-6/2/95 "Gone from our presence, but never from our hearts and minds." Remembering the best mother in the world; and a most darling sister, too. We shall meet again. Love always. The Watkins, Harvey and Cypress families. IN SOLEMN MEMORYOFA GOODMAN 'DEA. HOMER T. PATRICK, SR. 2/1/1916 -4/25/2000 BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM YOLANDA ARCHIE : 'MOOKIE' Happy birthday Yolanda (Mookie), April 26, is your day. We all ,miss you and love you: Death Notices AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Eriberto Renda, Thonotosassa. Mr. Philip Speights, Tampa. Mrs. Vina Wade, Riverview. Mr. Emerson Williams, Tampa. EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Pablo Guerra, 7024 North Thatcher Avenue. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Nathaniel Mack, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Minnie Wingate, 3409 E. Shadowlawn Avenue. STONE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Mr. Daettrick Milton, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Liza Larid 0' Lakes. Mr. Heney Tampa.. Mrs. Kathryn Ann Terrell, Brandon. Mr. Wendell C. "Sandy" Young, Tampa. When a good man dies, a thousand lights go out, and it's said a giant library is lost. Oh, we've tried to make comparisons and wise cliches to estimate, in part; a good man's loss; for we know the way it feels to have your heart bend low, and we understand how dark the nights can be. No day has passed that I -... ..;.;;p;ii'-""""'iifiii""PPP.,.,.,r-i haven't thought of you. I But a good man has a heritage beyond the grave, and we would be foolish not to see. That a good man leaves a light his children follow, no groping through some wilderness or' maze. And howe'er their lives, it shines on in a brilliance that we can see until ending of their days. And his words come ringigg; deep, in 'vibrant stereo;c within the keen recesses of their minds. There's guidance enough there to get to heaven where once again their hearts and arms entwine. We're so sorry that we lost him here on earth below, but we're proud to -say, "a good man" went away. And we'll see him soon -it won't be long just the lights a good man left upon the way. By Joan Clifton. Your children, Billy, Homer, Marva and Curt, and their families. struggle' daily with the loss of you. Until we all meet again. . . From, your mother, children, -grandchildren, brothers, sister and other family members and friends. Love always, your family. 10TH BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JAMES SMILEY, JR. Apri122, 1971 -April27, 1999 We still miss you. The Smiley family, James, Sr., Janet. Janine, Jeffrey andJavon. 2708 E DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING. JR. BL YD. TAMPA. FL JJ6IO Ph. (813) 232-8725 Fax (813) 23I-0521 Harm.on Funeral Home John W. Hannon, L.F.D. James Hannon. L F D 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 JACKSON FUNERAL HOME "A Family Friend In Their nme Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th St.* Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350 (813) 248 www.wilson-funeralhome.com u. s. Declares Health Emergencv over Swine Flu WASHINGTON --The United States has a public health emergency as officials confirmed 20 cases of swine flu in five U.S. states and rwarned that they expected more in the coming days. N President Barack g is monitoring the spreading (0 virus and has reviewed U. S. capabilities to counter the deadly flu outbreak, which has killed more than 103 people in Mexico, White House home land security advisor John Brennan told reporters. Obama has ordered a active, aggressive, and coordi nated response," Brennan said.' Three Wounded In Hampton Universitv Shooting VIRGINIA --The campus of Hampton University in Hamp ton, Virginia, was locked down for several hours Sunday morning after a former student shot two people in a dormitory and then shot himself, univer sity and police officials said. The former student entered Harkness Hall shortly before i a.m. by following a pizza deliv. eryman, sajd the university's president, Dr. William Harvey, at an afternoon news conference. '" . The former student shot the "T1 deliveryman and the night 5 manager of the dorm, who ::u came into the hall after he c heard shots, Harvey ex-l> plained. The man then shot himself. Z The three wounded were ::! z taken to area hospitals, Har-m vey said. The dormitory nigh r;manager was treated and re-leased, he said. r-Hampton city police said had the shooter in custody. ::! The motive for the shootings z is not clear, universitY and enforcement officials said. llJ r-.. Cii :::r::: Bond Denied For m c m < m ::u < .. ---4 c: m en c .. . Hit-And-Run Suspect ATLANTA---A judge denied bond Thursday afternoon for the woman who police said con:. fessed to the fatal hit-and-run crash that killed five people on Easter Sunday : ., Aimee Michael, 22, was ar rested and charged after police found the BMW that they be lieved was involved in the wreck on Camp Creek Parkway. Acting on a tip, SWAT officers converged on a home iri south Fulton and impounded the ve hicle in the driveway. Police spokeswoman Sgt. Melissa Parker said officers went into the home but found no one there. According to Fulton County i. police, the Michael's familY.r sent her out Easter Sunday to get cake and ice cream. That's when, police say, Michael's BMW collided with '. a Mercedes sending the Mer cedes into oncoming traffic. The Mercedes hit a Volkswa-gen head on. Police said instead of stop ping, Michael drove her wrecked BMW back home and parked it in the garage. She told her family she had a headache and went to her room. For two days, the BMW sat in the garage. Michael's mother and grandTHE CARTER FAMILY ... inset AIMEE MICHAEL mother told police they don enter the house thro.ugh the garage, so they didn't realize was wrecked until two after the wreck. Police said that's when Michael broke down and told her family what happened. At that point, investigators say, the family did not go to police .' Instead, someone from the family had the car repaired. Robert and Delisia Carter, their newborn son, and Delisia Carter's 9-year-oid daughter, Kayla, died in the chain-reac tion crash near Hartsfield-Jack-)> z c son Atlanta International Airport. Also killed was Mor-gan Johnson, 6, whose C) . mother, Tracy Johnson, 43, m of Atlanta was injured. ..... U1

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m r-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8 Crime News C\1 t:tS C\1 ...1 a: a. <( > ( en w ::::) .... c a: Ll. c z <( Q en w ::;) .... w > w Q w ::z:: en ::;) A. z ffi ::;) ID I 'White Powder' Found At Hillsborough Countv Counhouse Members of a Hazardous Materials team prepare to investigate a suspicious ''white powder" located at the Hillsborough County Courthouse on Monday. (Photo courtesy of Captain Bill Wade, City Fire Department). Investigators with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office will launch an investigation a mysterious white powder discovered at the Hillsborough County Courthouse on Monday. The Hazardous Material Unit of the Tampa Fire Department responded to the second floor of the Hillsborough County Courthouse annex after an unidentified clerk of the Circuit Court's Office opened the envelope and a white powdery substance SJ)illed out. The clerk was isolated and evacuated. The building was partially evacuated, limiting access to several offices and two of the courtrooms; Captain Bill Wade Tampa Fire Department said. Hazardous Material employees wore protective gear as they gathered the substance for testing. The substance was transported to the University of South Florida to determine what it was. "Test results showed it was not anthrax," Captain Wade said. Shortly after 2 p.m., on Monday, most of the building had been restored to its normal activities, he said. Members of tb:e Tampa Police Department and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office will conduct the investigation to determine what the powdery substance is, who sent it to the courthouse and why. The investigation is con. tinuing. m z 0 a: g Ll. ; Former Football Plaver:Arrested MARCEU.O CHURCH ST. PETERSBURGSt. Petersburg Police arrested Marc.ello Church, 27, Thursday night and he faces two counts of unlawful sex with a Police said Church, who attended Lakewood High School and FSU where he played football, had sex with a 17-year-old on four occasions. Police also said the victitn, who Church met tlirough MySpace, was uncooperative.and it was her father who pushed the complaint. Church was a and on special teams during his time at Florida State University. Man Gets 18 Years For Possessing Ammunition CHRISTOPHER SAMUEL CARTER ORLANDO -United States District Judge Gregory A. Presnell sentenced Christopher Samuel Carter, 24, last Thursday to 18 years in federal prison for a charge of possession of ammunition by a convicted felon. Carter had previously been found guilty after a jury trial on January 23, 2009. Bank Robberv Suspect Arrested ERIC DUBOSE ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police have arrested Eric Dubose, 41, for two bank robberies that occurred last week. Police said the banks involved were Bank Atlantic, 3801 29th Street, North, and the Whitney Bank, 3400 4th Street, North. In each case, police said Dubose entered the bank and approached a teller, handing them a note implying he had a gun After getting the cash, Dubose reported fled to a waiting car. The vehicle was described as a red 2005 Dodge Neon that belonged to his girlfriend. a glass of water empty. 27, 7, 4 An sees that same g half full. 50, 22, 17. Shooting Victims Identified LARGO -Two people shot outside a bar in Largo Monday morning have been identified, according to Pinellas County deputies. Charles Smith, 22, and Kasheta Williams, 19, were shot after a fight in the Just Chillin Bar at 1201 Gooden Crossing moved outside after 1:30 a.m according to deputies. Smith was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries and Williams took herself to the hospital for treatment and was released Deputies said no informa tion has been released on a CHARLES SMITH wounded in bar shooting suspect in the shooting and as many as 150 people were at the bar when the shots were fired. Brooksville Man Sentenced In Shooting BROOKSVILLECircuit Judge Jack Springstead sentenced Curtis Wesley Sanders, 46, to 20 years in prison. He was found guilty of attempted first-degree murder and possession of a firearm by a felon for an incident where he shot at a man three times. In August 2008, Sanders was riding a bicycle when he approached a man who was mowing his lawn. Officials said Sanders fired two shots at the inan, striking him twice in his forearms. The victim was treated and released from a local hospital. An immediate search was initiated to find the shooter, and Sanders was found CURTIS SANDERS at his home a half-mile way. Sanders reportedly toid deputies he shot at tl;te man in retaliation, but w"ould not elaborate further. Two Teens lccused.ln Violent Holle Invasion OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. -Investigators say two teens armed with a bat and a knife forced their way into a home near Poinciana. Osceola County sheriff's depu.ties say 14-year-old Calvin Cheatham and 17-year-old Jatavius Hatcher spotted 'an open garage in a gated neighbor hood. A disabled woman and her children where home at the time. The-sherifrs office believes the two sus pects knew that. The victims say Cheatham and Hatcher demanded money before .JATAVIUS HATCHER running off. Deputies were able to catch thein quickly at the front entrance of the gated community.

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! l '(. LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance beginning at 6:00p.m., May 18, 2009, at the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the 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 Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners 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 him/her The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the condusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning thes e requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 09-0552-SFN,_ filed on 3/26/2009 by Casandra Coleman, of 16127 Lone Oak View Dr., Lithia, FL 33547, phone 813-957-2239, requesting a Special Use Permit for Child Care. The property is 3.13 ac and is presently zoned RSC-4. It is located in all or parts of Section 3 Township 29 Range 20 or 5231 S. C.R. 579. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 07-0206-CW, filed on 11/9/2006 by RobertS. Wise, Trustee & Michael Kelly, Director of HC Real Estate of P O Box 1110, Tampa FL 33601 phone 813-272-5810, requesting a zerne change from OR & RSC-4 to ,PD. The property is 2.0 acres and is located in all parts 2, 11 Township 28 Range 18 or N/S of Fletcher Ave., 200' W/0 North Blvd. : Petition RZ 09-0411-RV, filed on 2110/2009 by International Independent Showmens by Todd Scime, of 4706 N. Thatcher Ave., Tampa, FL 33614; phone to PD. Th_e property is ac of Sectton 14 Toymshlp 30 Range 19 or NW corner of Palmer St. & Rtvervtew Dr. t _. -._ Petition RZ 09-0431-RV, filed on 2/18/2009 by Bradley L Baumgardner, represented by Joh n N. LaRocCa, of 101 E. Kennedy Blvd #3020, Tanipa, FL 33602 phone 813-226c8970, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD. The property iS 2.52 ac and is in -ail or parts of Section 8 --Township 30, Range 20 or W/S of Krycul Ave., 250' N/0 Johanna Ave ... -Petition RZ 09-0461-LU, filed on '2/25/2009 b{AI's Lawn care P roducts a rid Inc., represented by Joseph--L Diaz, Esq., of 2522 W Kennedy Blvd. ; Tampa; FL-<33609, -phone 813-879-6164.' requesting a zone change from CN to CG (R) .' The property is .1.2-98 ac arid is 4ocated iri or parts of Section 10 To\vnship 2TRange 18 or 18905 N Dale Mabry Hwy. >: >. Petition' Rz 09..0499-RU, filed on 3/12i2009 by Rolando Rodri!;)uez, represented by Susan Zaleski, of s Hwy 41, Ruskin, f:L 33570 : pho .rie requesting a zone. change from RSC-6 to RSC-6(MH). The property is 0 68 and is located in all or parts of Section 7 Township 32 Rimge 19 or N/S of 9th Ave SW., 200' E/0 10th St. SW. . :;-. _,, .. .. .. Petition RZ 09-0525-BR, filed on 3/20/2009 by Scott Stoltz, represented by Molloy &James, of 325 Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606, phonfil 813-254-7157, _requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to BP-0 (R) The-:prapeny ts 1 ac :i:' and is locatecfin all or parts of Sectton 10 Township 29 Range 20 or 250' W/0 s: Parsons Ave., 30o S/0 Claire Dr: -. ,:_,, . '&,:Sandra L Thompson, by Michaelll: Rosen H Marthlnsen, 'of 201 E. Kennedy.-Bivd. # 600, Tampa, FL 33602, phone 813-314-4513, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 to OR. The property is 0.26 ac and is located in all or parts ; 11 TownJhip 28 Range 18 or 11713 N. Armenia Ave. . : .. "" I' -\.. Petition tfZ-091oss9tcw, filed on 3/26/2009 by David Denning, represented by Michael D Horner, AICP, of 14502 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. #200, Tamjla, FL 33618, phone 813-962-2395, requesting a zone change from CG toCI (R). The property is .41 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 1 Township 28 Range 18 or .20tYeasfof N. Florida Ave., 650' north ofFietCher Ave. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS MM 09-0371-EGL, filed on 1/26/2009 by BPRCH Development LLC, represented by John B. Grandoff Ill, Esq. of 101 E. Kennedy Blvd. #3700, Tampa, FL 33602, phone 813-221-3900, requesting a major modifiCation to allow a medical office. The property is 1.92 ac and is presently zoned PD (90-52). It is rocated in-all or parts of Section 28 Township 28 Range 18 orNE corner of N. Sterling & .W. Hamilton Ave "fRt1'fOJfT ... GET .... : .Piace Your.Ad Jn.The Business_Directo'r'y Contact LaVora For More Information @ (813) 24S-1 g21Email Your Ad 24!7 TO: (S13) 248-9218 .,. 7 I .. e s NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE P-0176-09(RM) PURCHASE OF MARSHALL SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT For THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase to Marshall & Associates, Inc. for software and support for Field Data Collection (FDC) application software. Contractors who believe they can meet or exceed the above stated requirement must provide convincing technical data sufficient to support their position. The Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on May 14, 2009. After this date, an award will be made. Responses to this notice will be used to determine whether bona fide competition exists. Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., County Center, 18th Floor . Tampa Florida, 33601, Attention Rosalyn Mcintosh, CPPB, Seglor Procurement Analyst, or FAX to (813) 272 : 6290. Forfurthe( information call (813) 301-7086 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS ,_ . _.. -m:Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or propqsals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be opened __ I: ... MAY.21, 2009 -;..,; 2:00P.M . ...... FOR COCKRO ACH BAY AQUATIC PRESERVE . PLEASE COUNTY GOVERNMENTAL PURCHASING COUNCIL BID. :. .... ***'* ... : ... ': .. MAY 14,2009-2:00 P.M: "t: ----. P-0119-09(RM) UPHOLSTERY REPAIR .. .. . . . 2009-2:00 P.M... .. ':: T.:0174;.c)9(JM) VM-WARE SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE -. Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Biq Information on these and other Requests for-'Bid't; along\vith Bid/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 located at the address listed below. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters ahd .will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procu rement Servjc:es, 60 1 E Kennedy Blvd,. 18t_h Fl_., Center;nffipEi" f!ibrida: 33602, (B13) ho.urs.. -H .;;. . SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS "T1 r-0 ::0 6 > (/) m z z m ':"'" :.....a:J c: r-. rm ::! z ""D c: a:J r-: (j). ::J:' m c :m.-. < m ::0--< c:. tn (/) c.->r-'.< :i> ::: z. c_ .. "T1 ::0 -c >'-Q m ........ .......

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0 0 N co N ..J a. < >"' CJ) w 1-c LL. c z < c CJ) w :::> 1-w > w c w :I: CJ) m :::> a. z i= w ..J ..J :::> m ..J w z i= z w CJ) < c g LL. co ... w (!) NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS ARRA SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Contingent upon the availability of funds, the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. is soliciting applications for American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) senior nutrition services. Services will include congregate and home delivered meals provided to persons age 60 and older who reside in Hardee, Highlands, Hillsborough, Manatee, and Polk Counties. ARRA funding is intended to serve seniors who are not currently receiving nutrition services under any other funding source. The anticipated contract period is June 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010. Applicants must have a history of providing congregate and home delivered meals to seniors on a county-wide basis. Transportation for seniors to congregate meal sites must be provided from other funding sources Qualified organizations may obtain an application at the office of the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, located at 5905 Breckenridge Parkway, Suite F, Tampa, 33610-4239, beginning April27, 2009 at 9:00a.m. The application will also be available on the agency's website: www.agingflorida.com. Sealed applications must be submitted to the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. by 3 :oo p.m. on May 11, 2009. WCF AAA reserves the right to reject any and all applications not complying with specifications or providing requested information. Cutting It Low Barbers Needed Now! Prime Location You Will Make Money! Call (813) 217-2462 Family Care Worker For Small Residential Facility hich Consist Of Nights And Weekends Shifts H.SDiploma Or Equivalent Must Have Valid Drivers License And Pass Background Screening Call For Appointment (813) 375-3933 Between 9 A.M.-4 P.M. EEO/ADA Employer Information Tecnnology Requirements: degree in Computer Science oro degree with a combination of at least 18 graduate houl3 in a related computer field; all graduate degrees and couM houl3must be from regionally accredited insfitutions; must possess computer proficiency ond be willing dMiop ond teach online cou1181; satisfactory criminal history boclqjrouoo check. Some muM assignments will be Mning sec!ions. Preferred: Camp TIA A+ ond + cellificofions. This is a (two terms) larulty position far Posco-Hernondo Community College. Antitipoted starting dote is August 1 2009. So lory range ls $37,087-$51,427 (two terms): rne maximum salary is basad on odwnced degrees and appropriate Mlrk of11l/or full-fime teoching experience. Employtllllnt alii compensation pending College Soard opprovol o f the 2009-2010 College Operating Budget remmmeoootion. THE COLlEGE IS ClOSED FRIDAYS FROM MAY 8 THROUGH AUGUST 7. The opplicofion review process con begin with copies of transcripts; however, offitiol tronsoipts must be received prior to the interview. Send lener of lnterast, current resume, PHCC opplicotion, and offitiol transcripts to: Worlilarce Oevelopment Vivision-)ob code: IT lnstnJctar Po!Co-Hemondo Community College 10230 Ridge Rood; New Port Richey, Fl34654-5199. Phone 727-816-3263-Fox 727-816-3301. LrnER OF INTEREST, RESUME, TRANSCRIPTS, AHO APPUCATION MUST BE RECEIVEDATTHE ABOVE ADDRESS BY MAY 7 Applications avadable at: 'INNI.phcc.edwodministrotior/hVemployment.php EOE/ADA Compt10nce Website: www.phu.edu Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@'vAHOO COM Finding Me Productions A Gospel Play Production Looking For Talented Call (813) 775-5884 Monday-Saturday HIRING HIRING HIRING Marketing Reps To Work From Home Guaranteed Income And Free Insurance. 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Very Low Deposit! 813-244-4551 West Tampa 1 & 3 Bedroom Apartments With Carpet Cable Outlets Central A/C & Heat Appliances Water & Sewer Included $480.00 $589 .00 Tampa Presbyterian (813) 253-0008 TTY -...J w z z Sentinel Bulleti.n W C/) 0::: 0 ...J LL AVAILABLE AT THESE LOCATIONS Shell Gas (Bruce B. Downs Blvd./Skipper Rd. ) Sweet Bay (Bruce B Downs Blvd./Highland Pkwy. t .... .; !Brandon. Seffner. Riverview & Valrico) 5909 U S. Highway 301 S (R) 625 W. M.L. K. Jr. Blvd. -(7) 2502 W Hillsborough Ave. (7) 5502 E.. Fowler Ave. (7) 4001 E. Busch Blvd. (7) 291 t E Fowle r Ave1 (7) 715 Branda)) Blvd. (8) 715 W M.L.K . Jr . Blvd. (S) 2725 N. MacDill Ave. (7) 611 S Howard Ave. (7) -!Brandon, Seffner. Riverview & V alrico) 6929 U. S. Highway 301 N (R) . 2535 W Brandon Blvd. (V) 1101 E.. B loomingdal e Blvd. (8) 1247 Kingswa y Blvd. (S) 11230 E. M.L.K. Jr. Blvd. (S) 205 E. Alexander St., Plant City 597 S. Whe e ler St., Plant City (Tampa. 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