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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area I Popular Has Fatal Heart Hac ADMINISTRATOR SURPRISED WITH 60TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Recently, family members, friends, and .colleagues gathered at the Rhapsody Ballroom to surprise Henry "Shake" Washington for his 60th birthday. "Shake" thought he was going to the couple's weekly dance lessons only to walk into a room filled with well-wishers. Since he was dressed in Black and White, the guests were .as well, including Hillsborough County School MaryEllen Elia. After watching a video recapping his life, the attendees enjoyed an evening of dancing and socializing Shown in this photograph from left to right are: his son and daughter-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Ivy) Washington, daughter, JaMia Washington, and the guest of honor and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Cheryl) Washington. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre). Hopes His Story Sways Others -SEE PAGE 3 Tampa Entertainer Appears In Movie SEE PAGE 9 E. Tampa Bd. Apps. Man Loses Being Accepted Aftar Cocaine Bust ................. .. -. SE E PAGE 16


0) 0 Features u:i N :: >=' <:( c en w ::) Report Indicates Increased Competition For Contracts Three Council Members Outvoted To lift Water Use Restrictions 1-c a: LL. c z < c en w ::) t-ft w > w c w :::E: en :::; m ::) a.. z tu BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In an annual report released by the School District's Office of Supplier Diversity, Hills borough County Public Schools recruited more qual ified vendors, increased bid participation by small busi nesses, and re-invested mil lions of taxpayer dollars with local businesses. Minority Business Manager with the Officer of Supplier Diversity, Henry Ballard, said they have had over an 82% increase over the previ ous year. "This was truly a record breaker. We have busi ness owners who've won more than a million dollars in contracts and some $100,000 and more." "Superintendent MaryEllen Elia said she wants to increase participation even ... more." Bob Morrison, Small Business Consultant with the School District, said 66 com panies earned $100,000 or more each, and they all. certified small businesses, "Not only were there a lot of businesses at the table, they all walked away with something." Ballard said before they HENRY BALLARD initiated this effort, they wanted to make sure the house was in order. "When you start something like this, you have to get it done." "This effort has kept these small businesses in operation. We try to expedite; our services so they can prQ.sper and move on and be sucC'ess ful. When you're a small-busi ness with so much overhead, w e don't want them to have to worry about getting paid .. from a lack of contracteq I I ----------------------------------------------::) m ..!J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 LL. Sq_L Davis Printing:. Can heiR or.dering_ypy.r invi_ta_tj_q_ns .. .. : ::. Packages.include: : : 'P,ersa.na ............ G= Several .. .. .................... ... : .,, ...... "' ..... services." Ballard said all of the businesses are encouraged to return and continue to do business with the School Dis trict. "As we move on we're still trying to expand and stay in side the law The tax dollars are being reinvested in the economy, and that benefits everyone." Morrison said the reason they will continue to expand is because Mrs. Elia has asked Ballard and his team to meet with the school prin cipals. "At the end of fiscal year 2007, school principals spent over $40 million The super intendent has made it a prior ity to work with the principals. This means more opportunities for everyone." In attracting more vendors, that insures greater competi tion to drive down pricing, hicrease accountability for fair distribution of discretionary spending, and increase effi ciency, accordii:tg to the re port. 'f4.e report 'also indicates that '11 construction managers achiev ed:. br exceeded the district's expectation of Business Enter prise, contractor utilization .. Morrison said a lot of work ctmldn't have been done Without the work of the Hills-'! borough NAACP, its president, Cqrtis Stokes, and Economic .Deve lopment Chairman, Robinson. "This is a first of its kind partnership and shows how an advocacy organization and a government agency can work together for the better interest of the cotnmunity." For more information on the Office of Supplier Diver sity, call Henry Ballard at (813) 635-1240*:. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter A weeklong rain has im proved the levels of the Hills borough River and the reservoir, but not enough to lift the water use ban imposed by the Tampa City Council. i. :; At least, that was the opinion of the majority of Council.: member s Thursday, when .. they voted to let the restric tions stay as they are. In April Council members agreed to institute some of the toughest restrictions ever for residents. Sprinklers are banned under the new rules, arid hand watering is allowed only once a week during overnight hours. Objecting were Councilman John Dingfelder, Councilman Joe Caetano, and .COtincilwoman Linda Saul-Sena. Council members Thomas Scott, Gwen Miller, Mary Mulhern and Charlie Miranda all voted to let the re strictions remain. Councilman Dingfelder was in his saying they should take the advice of their staff in lifting the ban. Mayor Pam Iorio agreed with the majority and felt the restrictions should remain as they are. Appearing before the Coun cil to plead their case were owners oflandscaping and ir rigation businesses. They want the ban lifted to allow watering for new constructi on and landscape projects. The Southwest Florida Man agement District (SWIFT MUD) also hasn't eased on their imposed ban, in accordance with the Council. Under SWIFTMUD guide-THOMAS SCOTT City Council Chairman ..... voted to continue therestrictions. GWEN MILLER City Council Pro-Teri-1 .... voted to continue therestrictions lines for city residents, irriga tion of is only allowed by hand watering, with one hand held shutoff nozzle, or a Wc_ttering can or pail. Other re strictions ca n be. found by linkin g on to website, wt..w.hillsboroughcounty.org /water frestricti'ons/ city'water.cfni. Groundbreaking Forwalkwa_ v Between librarv And School Planned On Friday, May 29t h, at 1 p.m., the Hillsborough County Commission and School Board members, ad ministration and staff wiil host a groundbreaking cere mony for a much needed, covered walkway. The walk way will directly connect Robert W. Saund e rs Jr. Branch Library, 1505 'N. Ne braska Avenue, and Booker T. W as hington Elementary School. The project is schedu led for comp l etion in the sum. mer, so students will then have safer and easier access to the library. In addition, students cannot access the li brary durin g inclement weather without a covered walkway. ':fhe cost of this joint proj ect is $10o,ooo, paid by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners and construction provided by the School Board of Hillsbor ough County. Students from Booker T. Washington Elementary School and members from the Friends of the Library of Tampa Hillsborough County will also be on hand to help break grOund. For more information about this event, r es idents should call Library Services at 813 2 7 3-365 2


Feat u res c: m CJ) 0 Pastor Adopted Bv Foster Parents Hopes His Storv Influences Others Communitv Advisorv Committee Applications _i Being Accepted (813) 242-3807 and online at TampaGov.net. 1\) 0 0 (0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Pastor Moses Brown is well known throughout the Bay area for his "Feed Our Children Ministry, program. N!JW, he has added another level of service to his resume. As Pastor Brown looks back o'ter his life, he 'vreitli'zes" that it could have taken a dif ferent turn if not for the love of foster parents, the late Leroy and Annette Brown. Today, he shares his story in hopes that it will influence others to attend a meeting and learn about serving as foster parents. The m,eeting will be held on Thursday, May 28th, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Central City YMCA, 110 E. Avenue. Hillsborough Kids, Inc., (HKI) and Gulf Coast Commu nity Care are meeting. Pastor Brown was born to a teenage mother was living with an older sister. The PASTOR MOSES BROWN ... Urges Parents To Attend Meeting family was very poor and couldn't afford a child. His mother left at the hospital. But, a doctor at the hospital knew of a family taking ii:t fos ter children and contacted them.' Mr. and Mrs. Brown. accepted the infant as a.foster child and Mrs. Brown named him Moses because she said she pulled him from the bulrushes. The Browns eventually adopted him and raised him as their own. "I salute and honor both of these strong women. My mother did what was in my best interest and let me. live. She looked in the abyss and hoped something good would could ofit. My adopted mother stepped up to the plate and raised me. R ONALD BROOKINS "Now, I'm .hoping that other parents will attend this meet ing and find out what is re quired to become a foster parent. I'm encouraging as many people as possible to step up. I'll get them signed up and work with them through the The 2009 Nominations process so they don't get stag-Committee for the. East nated in the system." Although he knew he Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership was adopted, because he grew up in a hoine, Pasto. r Brown (ETCRP) Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is knew that there was a serious now accepting applications. The purpose of the CAC is to insure that the interests of residents, property owners, businesses and other stakeholders are represented in key decisions relating to the Comprehensive develop- 1 ment Plan and budget for their area. The East Tampa Community Advisory Committee provides input and makes recommendations to city staff and tqe Community Redevelopment Agency Board concerning their area. East Tampa has one of the ;:!l largest Community Redevel-0 opment Areas in the State of : Florida. )> The length of for a en m CAC member is generally 2 z years. can pe :::t staggered, between and 4 : years. An additional 2 year r;term is allowed if the East Tampa Partnership and rr. need for parenting, but. The ddline for submit-. lc didn't realize its e.xtent until he talked to a child in foster care. ting app:lications is Friday, ,it Community Redevelopment !:!1: Agency Board support reap-z pointment. -c "I had focus June 2009 at 5 p.m. after meeting who had close day. The ct:8mpleted applica lost the care, pf;his parents. tions can -be submitted to After meandering_ through the The CAC meets every other ffi general part-rnership meetings and sub-committee 0 meetings m scheduled monthly. the Office of the City Clerk red tape over two. y e ars,r.o ne h d f .1 d th e'r by postal mall.or and dehv-ay a ami y opene l d h t s: t h'ld 8...,._ ere to 315 East Kennedy orne o tOS er c 1 ren. ume k 'd t t th t d Boulevard, 3rd Floor, 1 s ge m o e sys em a n 't t t, ,:-,::! ... Tampa, FL, 33602. Comcan ge ou 0 0 uH 0 0 P t B 'd pleted apphcatwns can be as or rown sm ; ls d h Offi f h was fortunate in that axe to t e Ice o t someone took him in. However, other children grow up and reach the age of maturity in the system. Other African American and bi-racial ... children end up in white foster homes. He said he understands that foster parenting is not for everyone and everyone is not conducive to being .a foster parent. But, he feels that if peo pie talk about the seriousness -issue; it may City Clerk at (813) 274-8306 or emailed to Sonya.John son@Tampagov.net. Applications to serve on the ETCRP CAC are avail able at the East Tampa Development Office, 3808 North 22nd Street, Tampa, Florida 33610. Please call The ETCRP 2009 Nomina-< tions and Elections are g:) being. coordinated by com-mittee members Mob-c: ley, Betty J Bell, Gloria rn Davis, Johnetta Gold-0 smith, Brenda Mobley and Ronald Brookins. All questions are to be di-o rected to the committee 'TI chairman, Ronald Brookins at (813) 1446-2225, or Sam Mobley at (813) 628-4243 others "1PO are. ,. t. God e..;er)idayforthe ,an,.

Q) 0 ( (USPS 202 -14 0 ) ;;:: 220 7 21st A v enue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By :iE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., >=' Me mb e r o f National Newspaper Publ i shers Association (NNPA) <( and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York C 1990 94 CP Timelnternat i onal a: u. POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa', FL Opening Old Wounds c a: u. W.W. Andrews 1874 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901n (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROU.ER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR SubscrtPtions$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 lhe editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or lhe Publisher. The .Soul Patrol. c rispus Attucks was indeed, the first to die dur- swered colonial America's call. So, seemingly, the ffi face of the American sentinel -one of the ones who G:'i have always volunteered to keep home safe and inc tegrit)r clean -has always been a Black face. And on w this Memorial Day, we,and all of America are grateful. I can't help but wonder what Jennifer Porter was thinking when she decided to apply for early termination of her pro bation. If nothing else, she should have thought about her timing. As parents, children of par ents, neighbors, friends, and strangers that make up any community, we do forget things. We might forget where we placed our keys, we might forget an appointment, we may not remember where we placed that all-important infonnation, and we might even forget where we put that thingamabob with the direc tions to that thingamajig. We don't forget the things that tear at our hearts and force people to take sides. We don't forget horrific accidents --especially those involving children. Had Ms. Porter been thinking, she would have re alized that barely a month had passed since Ms. Melissa Wilkins relived the memory of the events that took place on March 31, 2004: It was on that day that Ms. Wilkins' whole world blew apart with a single telephone Ca.ll. On that day, everything she had ever believed in was sud denly being questioned. She had to face the fact that four of her children had been struck by a car She then had to accept the fact that two of those children died from the injuries they sustained She had to somehow accept the fact that the person responsible didn't even think enough about those young lives to stop. As the days un folded, she then had to ab sorb the news that the culprit was none other than an ele mentary school teacher who ffi No, we do not favor war. No sane society leaps to :::;) take its best' and brightest to be ground up like hama. burger meat on some uncharted battlefield. For, that is not the real way' to make and maintain a na--Jjj tion. But by the same token, our staff recognizes that ...J ener T o A Babv Kl-llerl _:. we Amencans would have no freedom. For, there would be no America. D..._ ___ ea r _Lo_ s e r ______ twi-.-s-te_d_l-itt_ l _e_m_i_n_d-. -------!z So, we salute free, who Man, I Just finished "Bruh, it can't be fun being w battled not only agautst Amenca s enemies, but who reading your story in in your shoes. The most hated tn battled for their own salvation and freedom. We the paper and I have to say, person on the planet. Tell roe, salute the memory of Black _sailors, airmen, I'm appalled. It took me a how does it feel to have child a: marines, National Guard and Coast guard. We stand while to get through it because rapists even look down their 0 at attention to give our gratitude to countless, name-it was hard for me to stomach noses at you? i! less Black men who never made it home but still re-_ the brutality of the in forma-I hope you at least treated main in fields andjungles where they laid their lives tion I gathering. your mother with kindness. down so that we might awaken free each day. We The 1dea that someone could Because, right about now, your th actually take a 3-month-old face is one that only she could pause, and e tears we weep are smcere and sacred. child and toss him out of the love. For' we realiZe that because of your patrol, the Soul window of a moving car is unMy faith tells me I'm sup-Patrol, the shores of America will remain a place for fathomable. I wondered what posed to forgive you. No pass-dreamers and poets. And for that reason. among went through your mind at the ing of judgment or others, this is our to you!i verY moment w.l\,en_ yo9 hd stone-tossing. Just prayer for CONGRATULATIONS TITHE 2009 GRADUATESI See Them In The Special May 29th Edition this shivering, scared baby in your soul. But in all honesty, your hands. Did you even once when I think about your acthink of how terribly cruel it tions, _compassion is the furwould be to end such a beautithest thing from my mind. ful new life so cdld-bloodedly? Part of me wants the courts YolJ told the media that it to disregard the legal process was all a part of some "dirty and allow the baby's family to game." And regardless of how continuously throw you out of hard I try, I still can't figure the back of a speeding dump out what game you're talking truck onto hot asphalt. I know about. The dope-game? The it's not right. But, to me, it's con-game? The pimp-game? the kind of justice a crime like Monopoly? Chess? yours deserves. Spades? -So, what are you going to do None of these so-called now? I guess you didn't think games have anything to do this thing all the way through with kidnapping and murderwhen you were playing Billy ing infants. I can only assume Baddass, did you? I can only that it was a part of some sick imagine the mess you made in sport you created in your your pants when the judge, at worked in the neighborhood and taught children the ages of her children every day. In the days following the accident, Ms. Wilkins had to accept an avalanche of in formation that she had no idea was coming her way and was surely not prepared to accept. In the days that followed, Ms. Wilkins had to will her self to do something that no parent wants to ever do -she had to find the strength from somewhere within to bury her children. And a little more than a month ago, Ms. Wilkins re lived it all over again on the anniversary of the accident. It seems that once again, Jennifer Porter only thought of herself. It's obvi ous she didn't realize or didn't care that when you open old wounds, they take longer to heal the second time around your hearing, implied that they were making a lethal injection needle engraved with your initials. But, if I were you, I would not worry about that just yet. The average death row inmate exhausts 10-15 years worth of appeals before the State finally 1 gets a chance to load them up with the three-juice cocktail. Until then, you might want to tighten up your fighting skills. I know you're an animal when it comes to beating up on. women. But going up against full-grown men who hate baby killers, that may take a little more preparation. On second thought, protective custody may be the route you want to go. BQt hey, you' re a tough guy. You can handle it right? I mean, you were tough enough to take a child from his mother's arms and treat him like trash.' Surely, hard enough to deal with the outcome. The long prison followed by the possibility of being put to death and ending with you screaming : through the gates of SHEOL (Hades), this is what you signed up for. You said it yourself, "It's a dirty game. Now accept what comes with losing Yours Truly, Karma Send comments to: Clarence Barr, II, 43110018, F. C. I. Bennettsville, P. 0. Bo:c 52020, Bennettsville, S. C., 29512 or email cbarr2@oasisnovels.com.


Pictures From The Past Attending the Florida State Fair were Willie Solomon and Tracy Peavy of Clearwater. } ,. .. In this photo are Patricia Williams and'Herritan Bro:\.'ton at the Bronzettes Anniversary Dance. .: ... .. : .......... Ready for dinner are Carolyn Hill, Mrs. Frankie Jones and Rosena Hays. /' In this photo from the past makj.ng:plans for the'Omega' Ball are Attorney Delano Stewart, the late Judge'George ariil.Irs Doretha Wynn Edgecomb... All of these children came to wish George, Mary and Kimberly McGirth happy birthday. C) m U1


8 Local C\1 tD C\1 :IE c en w Women With Sons Serving Druu SentencQs Organize Group ::> Shirley Copeland and 1-Brunette Barker have c a: LL c z c( c en w ::> 1-ft w > w c w :c en ::; ID ::> D. z tu ..J ..J ::> ID ...:. w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL been very active with the organization, Families Against Mandatory Minimum Sentencing (F.A.M.M.). Both women have sons serving prison sentences under Mandatory Minimum Sentencing guidelines. For more than 4 years, the women have tired to garner local support by hosting meetings in an effort to appeal to legislators to get the state laws changed. "Turnout was so poor at the meetings, now the national organization will only hold meetings when they feel it deemed appro priate," srud Ms. Barker. "Very feyv would show up for the meetings, and the ones who did come weren't African American;" said Mrs. Copeland. Both ladies said African Americans give up so quickly 'and forget that it's Blacks that make up most of the prison population, and most are in prison on drug charges. "To get action, you need people to come out and be represented," said Mrs. Copeland. : "The unjust sentencing is still going on, and the courts have become a revolving door. You have to be able to hire an attorney to have a chance." Shirley Copeland (left) and Brunette Barker. Ms. Barker said she islation to get the laws fears for her son. changed, but they can't do "He's developing more it alone. They need the serious mental problems help of the public and faro-because of his incarcera-ilies who have sons and tion and the way he's daughters serving long treated. He's been in the sentences on drug charges. prison system for 15 years. "It's amazing that drug "He has a history of men-charges will bring you a tal illness, but none of that longer sentence than some was considered when they violent crimes," said Ms. put him in prison." Mrs. Copeland adds "Someone needs to look that a lot of need into how the drugs are get-\'ti mental health help;; not to ting into our communities be locked away. L fi. and into the country. If "I think more tliiin 50% they make-ail effort to stop of inmates are m.&Wtally that, then I'll take them challenged,,. especially, serious." : : those who've been in for a Ms. Barker and Mrs. long time. Just being Copeland said now is the. incarcerated affects yo:u.r._ ti.IJl.e for a wake up call, < mental health. :aiid' they are gong to start "To change things, we own organization, need people to come out %milies Fighting Unjust and let their voices .be .Laws heard. That's the only way ... The Obama Administra-. to get the laws changed." tion has signaled a sharp F.A.M.M. is pushing leg. departure -from two decades of federal policy and called on Congress to close the huge. disparity in prison sentences for those dealing crack cocaine versus. powdered cocaine, according to an article that appeared in the Chicago Tribune. Anyone interested in joining this effort can email Mrs. Copeland at shii-leycopeland@live.com. or Ms. Barker at 1fli:eQn-. v@n A rally is being planned with the date and location ... to be announced later. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (818) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrewsflsentineLcom. FoJmer Housing Board Member Speaks Out On Central Park Redevelopment GERALD WHITE ... wants partnership dissolved between T.H.A. and Bank of America LEROY MOORE ... said there is no problem with the T.H.A. and Bank of America partnership. On April 16, 2009, that the Bank of America Roxanne Amoroso, won't have to pull out. If Senior Vice President for necessary, they will termi-the Bank of 'America's nate them. Development Corporation, "There are issues like the addressed the Tampa City market declining and the C.ouncil on the Central competitiveness of obtain-Park redevelopment proing outside sources of rev-ject. She told the Council enue that have slowed that they are still standing things down. strong with hopes the pro-"As far as we're con-ject will begin as soon as cerned, the bank has fulpossible. filled its obligation to us. On May 14, 2009, former It's not a matter of them Tampa Housing Authority pulling out. If they weren't board member, Gerald doing what we expect of White, addressed the them, we would terminate Council and was critical of the agreement. We're both the repeated delays in the holding up our end of the project. partnership, and pro-. According to a transcript ,.jt,tet will get done.? of the meeting, White said .. 1\io'o.re said has' he was very concerned been accomplished the past about the progress of two years Central Park and said that ''We've gotten a CRA no progress has been made. e _stablished.for the area, "If the Bank of Anlerica relocated the residents of cannot fulfill its obligations Central Park Village, and as a partner with the razed all the buildings. For Tampa Housing Authority, White to say nothing is the Housing Authority, happening is just not accu-City of Tampa, and the rate." Board of County Roxanne Amoroso said Commissioners needs to company policy prohibits strongly consider pulling her from making a comout of the agreement, and ment about White's state-allow the federal govern-ment. ment to redevelop that Reporter Leon B. property." Crews can be reached at Tampa Housing Autho-(818) 248-0724, or e-rity Chief Operating Officer, Leroy Moore, said timiLciom. :Tra Yeru-=-travel Super Saturday Event A Great Business Opportunity Saturday, May 30, 2009 9 A.M. -5 Hilton Tampa Airport Westshore 2225 North Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33607 1 (813) 877-6688 Guest A Gues ''' Freer,, re ftee Representatives $1 0 Guest Speaker: Mark Campese Hosted By: R1ch Spearmn (408) 476-8999


All About \'ou -f c: m c s: Special oav For A Specialladv Family and friends of Minister Mary E. May paused briefly to celebrate her special day. A birthday celebration planned by members N 511 of the board of the prayer line ministry was held at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church. The program was filled with singing, ringing of the N phone, lots oflaughter, praying and expressions of blessings. Of course, there was an array of delectable foods. (Photos by James MeAl-g lister) CD Birthday wishes to a wonderful father,you are #1. We love you dearly. Daughters, VIrginia (John) and Theresa, special friend, Mary Johnson, family and friends. Members of the Board of the Mary E. May Intercessory Prayerline Ministry from left to right are: Wynie Best, Maryse Dixon, Joan Dawson, honoree, Minister Mary E. May, Ozie L. Brown, Yvonne McGriff, Shirley Monroe, Dr. Loretta Johnson, Carol Bafford; and not shown, Faye Patrick, Ruby Cutler, Ann Mutcherson Mary E. Smith and Sandra Stergan. Evangelist Ann SankeyWhite attended the birthday party. RevereQd Wendell Pope at the birthday celebration for Minister May. SubslTibe lbday! '" ., !: SentineiBuiEtin "The Voice Of Our Community, Spe"king For Itself" Family members who attended the birthday celebration included Morgan Bennet, Carmen Singleton and Amanda Mott. Brenda McAllister presented a collage of photos to Minister May from James McAllister. PRESENTS :\ .. ........ SundayJune21,20096PM Crowne Plaza Tampa Westshore 5303 West Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida .: f -_. 2009 Father of the Year Award Presentation .. : Food and Edu-Tainment i I I \ d 100 Men of Tampa Bay Pinning Ceremony Co"'e : __ ;, .. .' .. -d Your Father to :r w m z ::::! z m r-1 m c: r r m ::::! z "tt c: m r en ::t m 0 -. m ." < m :::c -< -f c: m C/J c )> z c 'T1 :::c c : :1'.


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Local Citizens Comment About Porter's Hearing Request BY llUS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Shortly after 7 p.m., on March 31, 2004, four children were struck by a hit and run driver as they attempted to cross a nDrth Tampa street. Two of the children died as. a result of Branch NAACP said, "The NAACP is opposed to any early termination of the probation of Jennifer Porter." their injuries. .. 't Nearly a month after the accident, 28-year-old M Jennifer Porter, then an elementary teacher in the Hillsborough County School District, surrendered. Following a trial, she was sentenced to 2 years house arrest and 3 years probation. On Thursday," Ms. Porter appeared before a judge requesting early termination of her probation. Her request was denied. Some Hillsborough County residents shared their opinion on whether the early termination should have been approved. Elder Michelle Patty said, "My opinion is the same now as it was when the accident. happened. Jennifer Porter followed the instructions ofher parents. It was a very unfortunate accident, but that is all it was, an accident. If she had not left the scene, she would never have bee!) charged." "Her parents should be serving jail time and I don't understand why they are not. They should be behind bars. They. tampel'ed with eVidence, hid her car; and they should have been sent tojail." "Since this has brought so much hurt to the community JeDDifer Porter should have just rode out the remainder of her probation and not attempted to have it terminated early." Curtis Stokes, President of the Hillsborough County Ms. Twanda E. Bradley said, "I'm appalled that Jennifer is requesting a reduction of her diminutive sentence. What makes her think she should get EXTRA special treatment for ending someone's life! She was in the field (education) of helping children. Instead, she kills them and continues to show how little she cares about children by asking for the reduction." Ms. Chris Dingle said, only received 3 years of probation, was on house arrest 2 years and was given 500 hours of community service. How much leniency does the poor little white girl need? There are two dead kids that won't get leniency or a chance at life and a mother who will always suffer the loss of her children." Carl WIU'I"eel, Sr., said, "Judge Barbar did the right thing. It was a good day for the African American community when the Court in exercising its discretion refused to accept the pro se motion for an early termination of Jennifer Porter's probation. Again, the Court's rejection was a fair and just thing to do Attorney Clinton Paris said, "Justice is more than punishment. Justice also includes repairing the dam age a criminal causes to the community at large. That is why the State Attorney brings charges against criminals on behalf of the people. ."Ms. Porter brought to an end two young lives and deeply injured the community by her crime. The resulting outcry to the initial probation sentence clearly demonstrated the community did not feel justice was served to the actual victims or the community. Therefore, reducing Ms. Porter's punishment by ending her probation early will do nothing to bring justice to the community or the victims. Regardless of what punishment Ms. Porter receives from society, she is forever sentenced to remem bering the lives she ended." .'Howard Harris -said, "Christians should forgive Jennifer Porter (dance teacher) and Michael Vick (football player) and let them get on with their lives." Ms. Tonya Lewi said, "It saddens me to see the judicial system would even consider her early termina tion...l:,bere are many people on probation, and the system says 'no.' I think she needs to serve her full term. Three years of probation for her crime was a slap on the wrist to her. Whe n the crime for anyone e l se would h a v e been prison." Tampa Entertainer Appears In Movie Jet Set Hudson, a Central'Park Village and City of Tampa native, returned to Hollywood,. California after the inauguration ceremony of President Barack' .. Obama, and immediately got back to work. ,. In case you noticed, in the commercial : promoting the new movie released by the _Wayans Brothers, Dance Flick; Jet Set is seen dancing in the Uncle Sam outfit he wore during the entire Barack Obama campaign. Jet Set also appears as a homeless man in a scene in the new Jamie Foxx movie, The Soloist "You have to work hard in Hollywood," said Jet Set. "You don't have time to stop and celebrate your success. There's plenty to keep you busy, but nothing is given to you. You have to go out there and get it." Jet Set said he recently had the honor of performing at a church where This is Jet Set Hudson in his famous Uncle Sam outfit. actress Della Reese is the pastors and sang with her gospel choir. "I appreciate all the support my people in Tampa have given said Jet 0 Set via phone from Hollywood. "I will be returning later CJ) this year unless I have m another project to work on. Right now, I'm just trying z to stay as active and busy m r;-as I can. aJ c: r r m z ., c: aJ r II'EER 1-RESSURE I <:ONFIDENCE FOCUS MOTIVATION .... Ci5 :r:: m c m < m 2J -< c: m CJ) c ....,_ ... .... .. ..,, t .. : .......... ... KING BOULEVARD 8APTIST CHURCH '"'Jll Sunday, May 31, 2 009 4p.m. AI Lopez Park Recreation Center 4810 N. Hines Ave., __ Tampa (B':'ilding is Air Theme: Leadership of love Is needed In God's world 1st Ptr 5:1-4 )> z c ., 2J c


en g Local N Sir Charles Concen Held On Mother's Dav Weekend >-The Tampa community came out in full force Mother's Day Weekend to attend the King of Southern Soul Sir Charles Concert. Sir Charles and his Live U) Band appeared at Tampa Live. During the evening, the artist entertained the crowd with his hit single, "Is Anybody Lonely." The event took place Tampa Live. Floyd Joy, Mr. Bull t-Winkle, and Jomama Johnson were the hosts. (Photographs by Julia Jackson and Brunson). c a: LL. c z < c t/) w :::;) t-w c w ::r:: en ::::i ID :::;) 111. z i= w ..J ..J :::;) ID ..J w z i= z w t/) C a: 0 ..J LL. 0 .... w CJ .. ...... Ms. Roschell Bethune and Daryl Godwin took in the Sir Charles Concert at Tampa Live during the Mother's Day Weekend. 3602 7th Avenue *Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 I Keys Made Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal :Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ..... ........................... 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!' FLOYD JOY RIVERS 95 The ne'at.FM Radio personality: .,J omama Johnson was a'host for the show during-Mother's Day Weekend at Tainpa Live '---:_ .............. .... Ms. Faye and Downtown Willie Brown .attended the Sir Charles Concert at Tampa Live Eli attended the Sir Charles Concert at Tampa Live. Ms. Vanessa Carswell and Ms. Valencia Brown were among those at Tampa Live on Mother's Day Weekend for the Sir Charles Concert. Among those out for an evening of fun during the Mother's Day Weekend were: Ms. Tanya Jackson, Ms. Chrishander Mosley, and Ms. Angela Among the ladies stepping out Mother's Day Weekend for an evening of entertainment were: Carol, Yvette, Jennifer, and Minnie. Among those in attendance at the King Of Southern Soul Sir Charles Mother's Day Weekend was Jeanette, Mary, and Rick.


All About \' ou 40!!1 Presidential Award SHONCRUMP Newborn SHONCRUMP At 13 Years Old MS. CATT, MOOKA And DEEM BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As the final days of the school year approach, students find out to what level they have ex celled during the awards pro gram. One Tampa youngster became the only sth grade stu dent at his school to capture an award signed by the Barack Obama, President of the United States of America. Eleven-year-old Zonte ZONTEBRYANT ... Wins Award Signed By President Obama shown a deep personal com mitment to educational excel lence and I commend you for your hard work. Look who turned 13, May 2oth! Shon Crump, our Honor Stu dent at Greco Middle School. Mama, have a blessed and wonderful day. Bryant, a student at Roland Park K-8 School, was presented an award from the President's Education Awards Program. The award bears the Presi dent's seal displaying an eagle with outstretched wins. The caption says, "President's Award For Educational Excel lence." Nothing is more importa to our Nation's long-term su cess than educating our May God bless you with many more. Keep up the good work. Love, mom and dad. We love you, Kadeem and Malik. Oh yeah! Enjoy your vacation. leaders." The only child of Ms. Mallinda Green, Zonte has "T1 a longstanding fondness 5 Teen Poetrv Night To Be Held It bears his name and says it is presented "In recognition of Outstanding Academic Excel lence 2009." It is President Barack Obama, Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Educa tion, and Dave Burgess, Principal of Roland Park K-8. subjects that most students :::0 away from. Zonte loves b c math and science. He was also l> presented an award for out-en standing achievement in math. m On Friday, May 29th, the Hillsborough County Arts Council, in conjunction with The International Bazaar, will present Heard 'Em Say Teen Poetry Night-2 Year Anniver sary Show and Poetry Slam. The event will be at the Inter national Bazaar, 2010 East Busch Boulevard, inside of the National Half Off Mattress Participate in our free Home Energy Aud1t and receive etghl energy-sav1ng light bulbs. .. : Building. The event will showcase dy namic teenage poets from Tampa, St. Petersburg, Or lando, Ft. Lauderdale, Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Valdosta, Georgia. Many of the teenagers slated to appear are featured in HBO's documentary on youth in America, Brave New Voices. Several of them have com peted and placed in competi tions all over the United States. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for the 8 p.m. performance, which is free and open to the public. For more information, con tact Walter Jennings at (813) 833-4186. The letter accompanying the award signed by President Obama said in part, "I am de lighted to join your family, friends, and community in congratulating you on receiving the President's Education Award. By this honor, you have His mom said Zonte is a membe'r of New Salem Primi-z tive Baptist Church, where he m enjoys attending service and r;Bible Study. m Zonte is unsure of what the C future holds, but for now, he is r-content excelling in his favorite subjects and has a curiosity z about how electronic work. UFE RUNS ON ENERGY.. We can help you find the balance between comfort and conservation. Balancing the comforts of life with the need to save is easier with energy-efficiency programs like Tampa Electric's free Home Energy Audit. Just for participating, you'll receive eight free compact fluorescent light bulbs. Learn more about this and other conservation programs, including Energy PlannersM, Heating and Ductwork and more, at tampaelectric.com. Our energy-efficiency programs are some of the many ways we're balancing increased demands for electricity with our commitments to. affordable rates and environmental stewardship. We utilize diverse fuel sources, continue to explore renewable energy options, and are making a 1 0-year, $1.2 billion investment in cleaner processes and technology. By working together, we can all do our part.


Sports Marve Chooses Boilers over Vols Niners Sign Cornerback BIV To 1-Year Deal SANTA CLARA, CA --Veteran cornerback Dre' Bly signed a oneyear deal c a: LL c INDIANAPOLIS-The list of great quarterbacks who have played at Purdue is lengthy both ROBERT in time and MARVE number, from Len Dawson, Bob Griese and Mike Phipps in the 1950s and '60s, to current NFL quarterbacks Drew Brees and Kyle Orton. Tampan Robert Marve will try to follow in their footsteps after deciding he'll transfer to Purdue instead of walking on at Tennessee. Purdue announced that Marve will be a Boilermaker in a news release Thursday. He will have two years of eligibili ty, starting with the 2010 season. Purdue coach Danny Hope said Marve immedi ately made Purdue a better football program. He said Marve has a strong, accurate arm and runs the 40-yard dash in about 4.5 sec onds. Robert Weiner, Marve's coach at Plant High School in Tampa, said Marve was considering walking on at Tennessee, and that he also visited South Florida, Arizona State and Nebraska. Weiner said as many as 30 schools were interested in Marve after he announced he was leaving Miami. DRE' BLY with the San Francisco 49ers, who moved quickly to fill the spot created by Walt Harris' knee injury. The Denver Broncos released Bly in a salary dump in February after he spent two of his 10 NFL seasons with the club, start ing all 32 games and intercepting seven passes. Bly was chosen for two Pro Bowls during his four sea sons with the Detroit Lions, and he won a championship during four years with the St. Louis Rams. c (/) w ::;, .Free From Prison, Vick Arrives Home In Virginia For Confinement HAMPTON, VA -After ffi Michael Vick's first. few > frenzied hours at home, W things seemed to settle fi} down. 1 :t: The media ranks thinned out, and gawkers were m leaving after lingering into the early morning hours z last Thursday, hoping for a j:: glimpse of the _suspended NFLstar. -' Once the meeting with iE local probation officers was .!a out of the. way, Vick finally was reunited with his fami-i= ly. Z Vick arriv:ed in a black sport utility vehicle with <( blackout curtains, part of a e four-vehicle caravan carrying a secu_rity team and -1 others, and cruised directly LL into a side garage. Later, A four-vehicle caravan, with"''"' ,. .. car, arrives in Virginia. he briefly appeared on the deck of his five-bedroom home, as he and a probation officer tested the electronic monitor Vick will wear for two months. Vick will have to check in periodically with the officers, perhaps as early as Friday. He will also be starting his $10-an-hour job a8 a construction laborer a condition of his pro bation. Bucs CB Talib Explains Helmet Incident At Practice TAMPA -Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Aqib Talib apologized to teammates Thursday for a helmet-swinging incident that marred one of the club's voluntary offseason workouts; The second -year pro said he and offensive tackle Donald Penn "let our emotions get the best of us" during a closed practice ., Wednesday. Talib swung ... 1!' his helmet at Penn and '<': struck cornerback Torr"ie 'y .# : .. Cox instead. ; Cox, who was acting as a peacemaker, was cut on the face and received stitches. "A small altercation that kind of got bigger than we wanted it to be," said Talib, a first-round draft pick in 2008 who also clashed with a teammate at the NFL rookie symposium last year. "I've definitely got to work on it," the 23-year-old said, adding he was relieved that Cox wasn't AQUIBTALIB hurt worse. "It's a family ... I'm sure a lot of us have brothers and sisters, and you fight. It comes with being a fami ly. We're all brothers out here. Me. and Donald, we're perfectly fine today. It's behind us. We're ready to work hard and move on." Coach Raheem Morris said the matter would be handled internally, though Talib said the entire team ran as punishment Thursday. Pistons' Hamilton sues. Ex-Business Manager HARTFORD, Conn. -Detroit Pistons star Richard Hamilton is ac.cusip.g his former busi-. 'ness manager of stealing about $1 million from him, according to a federal law suit filed in Pennsylvania. The lawsuit was filed May 18 against Josh Nochimson, who is also at the center of recruiting allegations at Connecticut, Hamilton's alma mater. Hamilton accuses Nochimson of using his credit card to purchase airline flights, game tickets and other items. .. N ochimson's att6rney says he hasn't. seen 'the lawsuit and could not comment. Hamilton led the Huskies RICHARD HAMILTON to a national title in 1999. NQchimson was a student manager for the team. Nochimson was accused earlier this year of providing improper gifts to entice a bas ketball r ecruit to sign with UConn. 813.247.5128.


Sports No.1 Bears' Fan Obama Shifts To Steelers For Dav President Barack Obama is presented with a team jersey by Pittsburgh Steelers President Art Rooney as Obama honored the Super Bowl champions Pittsburgh Steelers, Thursday, May 21,2009, on the South Lawn of the White House in .Washington. WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama may be a Chicago Bears fan at heart. But at least on Thursday, the Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers were his football favorites. The president celebrated the Steelers' title at a White House ceremony. Obama and the players also met with wounded U.S. service members and assembled care packages for troqps servir{g overseas. ... ... -' : Obama joked that no matter how big those Steeler players are, he told them he'll aiways be a Bears fan first. But the president sa'id he rooted for the Steelers over the Arizona Cardinals in the Super Bowl. Steelers president Dan Rooney campaigned for Obama in Pennsylvania during last year's presidential election. In March, Obama named Rooney as ambassador to Ireland. Steeler.Harrison's Pitbull Anacks Young Son JAMES HARRISON PITTSBURGH -A .pit bull owned by Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison bit his 2-year-old son in the thigh, but the boy is expected to recover though he remained hospitalized Friday, the player's agent said. Harrison's agent, William Parise, said that James III was bitten after his mother let the dog out of its pen Thursday afternoon Parise wouldn't identify the woman, but said she and Harrison's massage therapist also were hurt trying to help the boy. The massage therapist needed three stitches, Parise said. Parise said Harrison was not home at the time, but was nearby and alerted after the dog attacked. Parise has nof spoken to the boy's doctors, but Harrison told the agent his son likely will be hospitalized another day or two. Parise said the boy's injuries were "serious but certainly not life-threatening. I think any time a child. is injured and requires hospitalization, it's a serious thing. I know James was very concerned about his son." The dog was removed by an animal control agency. Burt Lauten, spokesman for the Super Bowl champion Steelers said the team is "aware of this unfortunate situation. We express our concern for his family and hope that every one involved makes a complete recovery." I Former Bears Star Perrv Released From Hospital WILLIAM PERRY AIKEN, SC --William "The Refrigerator" Perry has been released from the hospital after a month-long stay for complications of a nervous system disorder. Aiken Regional Medical Center spokeswoman Melissa Summer said the former Chicago Bears star wasreleased on Wednesday after being treated for Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Summer had no details about Perry's condition other than that doctors considered the 46-year-old improved enough to go home. Perry was a 300-pound plus defensive tackle for the Bears' and scored a TD in the team's win over New England in the 1986 Super Bowl. ... 4-.:_f .... Stallworth Arraignment' Delaved In Fla. Case DONTE' STALLWORTH MIAMI --Cleveland Browns wide 1eceiver Donte' Stallworth's arraignment in Miami on DUI manslaughter charges has been delayed until next month. A judge granted prosecutors' request to delay the arraignment from Thursday until June 4 Prosecutors gave no reason for the delay request and Stallworth's attorney did not oppose it. Stallworth has not yet entered a plea to charges he was driving drunk when he struck and killed a pedestrian on March 14. Tests showed Stallworth's blood alcohol level was 126, well above Florida's .08 limit. The 28-year-old Stallworth faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted. He is free ori $200,000 bail. BEAUTY UNLIMITED VELISSIA week's Beauty Unlimited feature is Velissia, and she's 18 years old and stands 5'6" tall. Velissia says her hobbies are shopping imc;t dancing, and in the future she ori attending Hillsborough Community b :ollege to major in paramedics. Velissia's ;philosophy of life is: "Money makes the world go around." Velissia's favorite stars are Lil' Wayne, Plies, and Keyshia Cole. The man in this young lady's life must be edu cated and have something going for himself. Congratulations to Velissia as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. -1 c m CJ) c s: 1\) 0') 1\) 0 0 <0 ., r-0 :a c )> CJ) m z ::::! z m r;m c r rm -1 z "'C c ttl c CJ) :I: m c m < m :a -< -1 c m .en c )> z c ., :a c .... w


g-Entertainment N c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w ::;) 1-> a: w > w c w :::1: CJ) :::i a:l ::;) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) a:l I ..J w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ..J LL Chris Brown: Feeling A little Bit countrv LOS ANGELES --Chris Brown isn't letting those legal troubles get in the way of him putting out some new music. The embattled singer might even try to dip into the country music world with "Trapped in a Dream," a song that's being considered for his upcoming new album. He may go so far as to ask a country music star or two to appear on the track ... "Maybe we'll see an appearance from Carrie Underwood or someone like that," Robert Allen, a writer and producer currently working with Brown, told us last night at the BMI Pop Awards in Beverly Hills. "It's that kind of song." So what's it about? "It's just feeling like you don't want that dream to go away," Allen explained. "Everybody has a dream and you're in it, but you wake up and you're like, 'Oh, my God.' You feel like you're still in that dream." Allen said Brown doesn't talk about what's going on with Rihanna, who is also spending time in the studio. "We just focus on music," he said. "We're just happy-golucky people who just get into the studio as much as possible." Is 50 Cent Done With Ri.ck Ross Beet; 50 CENT And DJWHOOKID LOS ANGELES --DJ Whoo Kid says a 50 Cent inixtape is right around the corner. While Fif has been holed up in the lab working with Dr. Dre on Before I Self Destruct, he's found time to devote some records to the streets. "Fifty's done 10 freestyles," Whoo Kid revealed. "I'm waiting on like, two more. I guess he's trying to figure out the title. And I've been doing a lot of those Radio Planet videos, so I'm gonna put together a radioplanet. tv 50 Cent video. Those are my video mixtapes I've been putting out, killing the Web waves.'' Whoo Kid also:faid that the tape won't be C'tvoted to 50's squabbling with Rick Ross -that's a done deal: "The Rick Ross sh....;... 4llj 1. outta here," Whoo Kid-;, : described. "It's .over, h'e?s '!'. : done his promo -50 promot ed his album very well, SO"'' Rick Ross is outta here. Now he's worried about his own sh-. They got the Tia book out there. That should be the last level of anything that has anything to do with Rick Ross." Whoo Kid is also working on mixtapes by Tony Yayo, Gucci Mane, Yung LA, Juvenile, Snoop Dogg, and Soulja Boy. Rapper Jav-z Confirms Split With Del Jam Records JAY-Z NEW YORK --There will be no encore for Jay-Z andDefJam. The rapper confirms reports that he has left the record company where he made most of his biggest hits and went from artist to president, and back to artist aga!n. In an interview with the Web site RapRadar.com, he thanks the label's executives and calls his time at Def .Jam "a unique and ful filling experience.'' Last year, J ay-Z and Live Nation struck a wideranging deal that included touring, publishing and albums. Jay-Z had owed Def Jam one mo!e record. "" Kanve West To Headline stav In School' Concen KANYEWEST Kanye West is set to headline a concert in his hometown of Chicago, in which he will encourage teens to stay in school u:ntil graduation. The rapper will perform the second "Stay In School" event in honor of his mother; Dr. Donda West, who passed away in 2007 after a cosmetic surgery procedure. The idea for the concert canie from teenager David Abrams, who approached West seeking his assistance. West then decided his Kanye West Foundation (KWF) would be the sponsor, reports all hiphop.com. Drake Denies Romance With Rihanna' Drake didn't sound all that convincing, but he's sticking to his story. The fast-rising rapper /singer called in to New York's Hot 97 and denied gossip that he and Rihanna are an "item." The New York Post pub lished an item in its gossip column claiming that Drake and Rihanna were spied kissing all night at New York's Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge bowling alley. One of the paper's spies was quoted as saying, "She was drinking whiskey and apple juice and making out with him all night .... They were really cute together." Drake downplayed the rumor mill while also promoting his Hot 97 concert next Tuesday. "It's not like that at all," Drake told show hosts Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg. "I'm being honest. [She's] just a friend, that's all. A great artist." Drake did admit he was at the same place as DRAKE Rihanna, but reiterated nothing was going on between them. "Nothing at all. I have the most respect for her. I think she's so tal ented.'' Drake said he was also "honored" that Page Six would choose his name to put in a romantic Rihanna rumor. Meanwhile, Rihanna plays the leading lady in Kanye West's new video "Paranoid." The clip was debuted in New York at a Def Jam Records event. Also, R. Kelly has added vocals to Drake's "Best I Ever Had" to make an unof ficial remix. Lawver For f4iaiJ Who Shot Dolla Claims Self-Defense The attorney representing the man accused of shooting and killing Atlanta rapper Dolla in Los Angeles on Monday claims that his client acted in self-defense. "If somebody has a reason able perception that he is in danger of bodily injury or death, he has a right to defend himself," Howard K. Pri('e, lawyer for Aubrey Louis Berry told MTV News. Price said his client shot at Dolla (real name: Roderick Anthony Burton), 21, at a Los Angeles mall on Monday because he feared for his life when he ran into the rapper and his entourage at the Beverly Center. Berry was arrested on Monday at Los Angeles International Airport, where he was carrying a loaded 9mm handgun, and charged on with two counts of.assault with a firearm and count of murder. According to The Los Angeles Times, police allege that Berry, an Atlantabased music promoter, had a fight with Dolla at an Atlanta strip club earlier this month, which precipitated Monday's shooting. However, police disagree with Price's claims of imminent danger, saying no other weapons were recovered from the crime scene and that Burton was not armed. The judge in the case set bail at $5 million (raised from $1 million on DOLIA Wednesday) in the case and Berry faces life .in prison if convicted. Price said he will go to court on Friday in an attempt to get bail reduced for his client, who he portrayed as "a good kid" who did not go looking for trou ble. According to Price, the two men had a fight at the Platinum 21 Adult Entertainment club in Atlanta last month and then happened to run into. each other on Monday in Los Angeles at a P.F. Chang's restaurant at the Beverly Center. Price said that Dolla threatened Berry, who left the restaurant after the incident and walked to the mall's valet area to retrieve his car when he noticed that Dolla and two associates were following him. He looked back and thought he saw Dolla reaching for his waistband, presumably to pull out a weapon, Price said. Berry then opened fire.


Funeral/Memoriam Wilson MOTHER ALLEENE L. FRIERSON A native of Callahan Florida, Mother Frierson had resided in the Tampa area since 1926. At an early age she was converted at First Baptist Church of West Tampa. In later years, she joined Grace Mary Missionary Baptist Church and remained a faithful member as long as her health permitted her. She was the Deaconess Chairperson for 16 years, a faithful mem,ber of Senior Mission #1, Sunday School Assistant Teacher, B.T.U. and Bible Study. IN lOVING MEMORY OF AUNT SHARON AndTAMEKA Myroses of Sharon; a journey forward. Gone, but not forgotten. We carry you with us in our heart. Loving and missing you, your family. Happy birthday, Tam.eka. oe.ath Notices AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Willie L. Pearson. Mrs. Lucinda Williams. Mrs. Doris Crawford. Mrs. Delcina Patton. All of Tampa: JACKSON FUNERAL HOME Eldridge J. Reed, 1220 E. Curtj.s St. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Rudeen Reid, Tampa. Mrs. Carolyn E. Smith, Tampa. Ms. Ar1etha Thornton, Tampa. Mr. Henry Philon, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Floyd Miller, Jr., Tampa. Mr. Leroy" Pop" Mitchell, JrCJ!;:pa. t) Kazir Lamar Ajai Singletary, Tampa. Local c m en 0 )> Popular Tampa Man Dies Of Heart Attack -< s:: )> -< I\) a> If you didn't know Shelton Billups, you should have. Family members describe him as a very engaging man who was very upbeat and funny. On Sunday, Billups, 48, was found dead after suffe.ring a heart attack. Family members say his death was related to his problems with high blood pressure. Billups was a graduate of :King High School where he played basketball. His mother, Sonya Bexley, said he was looking forward to his class reunion picnic in June. Billups was the manager of National Car Rentals since 1981, and was married to Charlotte Johnson Billups. The couple has 3 children, 2 sons arid a daughter. As one of six children, Mrs. Bexley said her son was a very family-oriented, Crime News giving, and kind-hearted person. His sister, Katrina, said his favorite thing was going to the flea market and trading baseball cards. "He had quite a collec tion, and he was very proud of it. "He was also good at finding out of the way restaurants, and the food was always good." Billups loved all his friends and was very loyal. He attended Greater Bethel Church, Oscar Johnson, Jr., pastor. Billups is the nephew of State Senator Arthenia Joyner. Billups was preceded in death .by his sister, Nicky Pye, and his father, Marion Billups, Sr. Ray Williams Funeral Home is assistingthe fami ly with arrangements. Third Carjacking suspect .. : Tampa Police have arrested the third man suspected of being involved in a series of carjacking in the W estshore area. On May 23rd, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office received a tip on identity of the third suspect, his whereabouts, and the location of the victim's stolen vehicle. When deputies arrived, the suspect fled and evaded capture, but the stolen vehicle was recovered. The suspect, identified a Darius Harris, 19, was located at his mother's apartment where he tried to flee out of a second-story window. He was arrested and charged with carjacking, attempted mur-... !, der, armed. kid-, napping. He's being held without bond. According to reports, on May 5th,. a carjacking DARius' occurred at the International Mall where the victim was driven from the scene by Harris, struck in the head with a gun, and then forced .from the moving vehicle. The victim fell to the roadway and sustained serious injuries: Last week, police arrested Amos Wallace, 20, and AKeem Carr, 25. Missing Adults Found Two men reported missing last Thursday, Joe Lewis Lock, 72, and Hardy Fowler, 73, were located in Levy County, according to Tampa Police. Both men were found sitting in Mr. Locks' 2006 Toyota Tundra on the side of a roadway. They were fine and unharmed. Both men had been reported missing by their families last week when they disappeared after they had been seen in Mr. JOE LOCK HARDY FOWLER Lock's truck. Mr. Lock is believed to suffer from Alzheimer's Disease, and his family was concerned he didn't have his 'medication with when he left. SHELTON BILLUPS 'an Charged: In_ Fatal-Car Crash POLK COUNTY-At 3 a.m: the Polk County Sheriff-s Office received a call Gassistance from the Bartow Police Department in 11eference to crowd control in the area of Wabash. Bartow Police advised there was a street party in the area that had become unruly. : A Polk County Sheriffs deputy arrived and advised over the radio that he .was being shot at by someone in the crowd. Several other units arrived as residences in the area also began calling reports shots fired. After the shooting was reported, Bartow Police advised they had identified a possible shooting suspect driving a lime green Nissan. Two deputies spotted the vehicle coming out of the area where the shooting was reported. As they got behind the vehicle and turned on their lights and sirens, the vehicle fled. At 4 a.m., deputies report ed that the vehicle had been spotted on Polk City Road, As it headed east on, it hiding in the shed. The suspect was identified as Elbert Brinson. The victim in the first van that B r i n s o n ELBERT crashed into BRINSON was killed on impact. Brinson was charged with vehicular homicide and other charges. 2708 E. DR MARTI N LUTHER KING. JR. BLVD TAMPA. FL 33610 Ph. (8131 232 F ax (813) 23 1-0521' Funeral Ho1ne John W Harmon. L.F.D. James Harmon. L. F. 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(J) g Crime News N cD Man loses Vehicles i After Cocaine Bust en W Hills Drive. Authorities i= said the Grove Hills LA VONE DALLAS On May 2nd, Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Narcotics detectives, DEA agents and HCSO SWAT -team members con-ducted two. search wara: rants at 8651 Navajo LL Avenue and 5411 Grove c z address was used as a stash house. The warrants concluded a two month operation. Lavonne Dallas, 29, was found in possession of 2,996 grams of cocaine (three kilograms), a kilogram press, drug paraphernalia, and $11,940. His vehicles, a 2004 Jaguar XJ8 and a 2002 BMW were seized. Dallas charged with trafficking in cocaine, delivery of cocaine, and possession of cocaine. The estimated value of the cocaine is $84,000. Dallas is being held without bond on the charges. <( c en w :::::') 1-Police Arrest Four In Prostitution crackdown li: w > w c w :I: en :::i ID :::::') D. z IU ...J ...J :::::') ID ...:. w z !Z w en C a: MARCUS BASS ... one of four arrested on charges. ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police arrest three wome n and a man on Thursday and early Friday as part of a prostitution sting in the downtown area. Charged with prostitution were Dawn Bosworth, 38; Laura Lee Kellams, 39; Jeannette Manley, 38, and Marcus1 Bass, 27. I Bosworth and Kellams were also charged with battery. Police also said they I recorded Manley soliciting sex acts for $30 during a surveillance operation on 3rd Avenue, North. Bass reportedly offered to com. mit sex with an undercover officer for $45. g LL Clearwater Detectives Justified ln.Use 01 Deadlv Force CLEARWATER According to a Clearwater Police Review Board, two undercover detectives who were involved. i'n the shooting of a man April 27th were justified in their. use of deadly force. Jeffrey Lee .was shot in a McDonald's parking lot in what authorities called a drug sting. Police said Lee sold them 2 ounces of cocaine, and then tried to JEFFREY LEE UNCLE SANDY 1"'\--'lni"\T H' .. escape when officers moved you they can disappol w 9, 10, 14, but you g ntentionally d1sappoin a: 2a, a2, as. 1 in. He reportedly accelerated after two police cars jammed into his car to keep him from leaving. Fearing for their lives, two detectives shot Lee, police ...... I:IQ.L\ ..... Police Arrest Man on Burglarv Charges JERMAINE COCHRAN Tampa Police report that at 2:47 a.m. Friday, officers were advised of an auto burglary I progress at 19th Street and 28th avenue, and the caller gave a description of the subject that was inside the vehicle. Officers arrived on the scene quickly. One officer reported seeing the suspect walking away for the crime scene and tried to detain him. The suspect fled as other officers arrived. Another officer reported seeing the subject running between houses at North Sarah Street and 28th Avenue. A perimeter was set up and a search was ini tiated. Jermaine C. Cochran, 20, was found hiding in a shed. He was arrested and he was in possession of property from the victim's vehicle, police said. Cochran was charged with burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, burglary of a structure to evade cap ture, possession of burglary tools, petit theft, and resist ing arrest without violence. : Bicvcle Violaiion leads To Other Charges PINELLAS COUNTY -Authorities said a man who was riding his bicy cle without a light early Tuesday might have MARIO had a reason for not wanti-KEY ng to be seen. Largo Police stopped Mario Key, 19, Tuesday. M Police said Key tried to run away and allegedly threw a ;bag onto the ground and removed his sweatshirt. According to reports, the bag contained another bag that held marijuana, plastic baggies and a scale. Police said the shirt contained a loaded gun with a serial number that had been scratched out. Key, who was later released on $15,300 bail, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon during a felony, and possessing marijuana with intent to sell or manufacture. He was also cited in connection with the bicycle violation. Suspects Sought On Grand Theh Charges SUSPECT ONE SUSPECT THREE The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that on May 8th at 3:05 a.m., the Wal Mart Store at 1208. Brandon Boulevard was robbed.' Detective said the suspects entered the store and pried open a display case where laptop computers were being kept. Thesus-. pects then removed the lap. tops from the boxes and put them in large black ladies purses and left the store, Estimated losses are $3,000. One suspect is described as a Black rnale, 22 to 29 SUSPECT1WO SUSPECT VEHICLE years old, 5'8" tall, and weighing 155 pounds. A sec ond suspect is described as a Black female, 30 to 49 years old, 5'5" tall, and weighing 250 pounds. The third suspect is a Black female, 22 to 29 yeas old, 5'8" tall and weighing 200 pounds. The suspect vehicle described as a 4-door silver or light colored Chevrolet Impala or Ford. Anyone with information on the suspects is asked to call the Sheriff's Office at (813) 247-8200. TVIo Suspects Charged In Winter Haven Home Invasion POLK COUNTY Winter Haven Police charged two men after an alleged home invasion robbery Tuesday morning. Police responded to a home invasion in progress at 1421 Avenue H Southwest. Four adults and a 2-year-old boy were at home when one of the adults answered a knock at the door. Police said Myron Hardee and Benjamin McKenzie, both 18, forced their way into .the home, demanded money and held three of the adults and the child at gunpoint. One resident of the home heard the commotion and hid .in a closet where he called 9-1-1. As police surrounded the house, an officer knocked on the front door and a woman answered. She whispered to the officer that the suspects were still inside the home. The officer reported seeing McKenzie run down a hallway and enter a bedroom. MYRON HARDEE BENJAMIN MCKENZIE He was arrested. Hardee jumped out!Pf a window and another officer found him in a nearby yard. That officer tasered Hardee when he tried to flee. Police recovered two of the three handguns reportedly used during the robbery. Hardee was charged with home invasions robbery, depriving another of use of 9-1-1, petit t heft, resisting arrest without violence, pos session of drug parapherna lia, and possession of marijuana, McKenzie was charged with home invasion robbery. Both are being held without bond


Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00 p.m., June 15, 2009, at the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth 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 conclusion 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 THA T 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 these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 09-0605-CW filed on 4/3/2009 by T Mobile South LLC, represented by Lauralee G. Westine, Esq., of 800 Tarpon Woods Blvd., E-1 Palm Harbor, FL 34685, ph 727-773-2221, requesting a Special Use for a Communion Tower & Related Facility. The property is 9.52 ac and is presently zoned AS-1. lfis located in all or parts of Section 13 Township 28 Range 17 or 7211 Mushinski Rd. Petition SU 09-0665-BR, filed on 4/23/2009 by Central Baptist Church of Brandon, represented by Amaden Engineering, LLC .. of 1309 Providence Rd. Brandon, FL 33511 ph 813-413-5955, requesting a Use for a School. The property is 8 8 ac and is presently zoned ASC-1 It is l9<;:ated in all or parts of Section 14 Township 29 Range 20 or 402 E. Windhorst Rd. .\:(' Petition SU 09-0668-BR, filed on 4/23/2009 by Carole Yokell, represented by Mark Richter., of 2007 W Reynolds St., Plant City, FL 33563, ph 813-754-8148, requesting a Special Use for Chili:FCare The property is 0.79 ac and is presently zoned RSC-6 & BMS-NS. It is located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 29 Range 20 or SW corner of Zellwood & Paul's Dr .. '-'J Petition SU 09-0689-SR (AB) filed on 5/13/2009 by Fishhawk Sporting Clays, represented by Hieu .Le, of 901 Symphony Beach Lane, Apollo Beach, FL 3 3572, ph 813-695-4009, requesting a Special Use, Alcoholic Beverage Permit to allow 4COPX in AR zoning The property is 4576 sq. fl and is presenUy zoned AR. It is located in all or parts of Section 9 Township 31 Range 21 or 13725 Hobson Petition SU 09-0718-GB, filed on 2/17/09 by David Moore, represented by Jesus Merly ; of 123'1'5 Wycliff Place, Tampa, FL 33626, ph 813-404-8872, requesting a Special farLand Excavation. The property is 72.2 ac (Excavation area 18.4 ac) and is presently zoned AR. It is located in all or parts of Section 25 Township 30 Range 19 orNE corner of Ekker & Symmes Rd. : REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 09-0505-SS, filed on 3/13/2009 by James A. Santjer of 6529 Hwy 41 S., Ruskin, FL 33570, ph 941-725-0123, requesting a zone change from AR to a PD. The property is 4.78 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 33 Township 32 Range 18 or N/S of U .S. Hwy. 41, 1/2 mi"SWofValroy Rd. Petition RZ 09-0509-EL, filed on 3/16/2009 by Ravi Patel, Pres., Shyam Assoc., represented by Jeff Sloman, P.E of 2207 North A Street, Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-258-0066, a zone change from CN & PD-C (83-173) to a PD. The property is 1.58 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 3 Township 29 Range 19 or N/S of MLK Blvd., 200' W/0 1-4. Petition RZ 09-0580-RU, filed on 4/2/2009 by Trent Goss, represented by Todd Pressman, of P 0 Box 6015, Palm Harbott;f-!34684 ph 727-804-1760, requesting a zone change from CG to Cl (R). The property is 2.095 ac!" and is located in all or parts of Section 18 Township 32 Range 19 or Northeasterly cqrner of U.S. Hw}t 4f 10th St. S.W. ,; u{ : ., Petition RZ 09-0GS3.:BR, filed on 4/21/2009 by Kaushik Patel, of 1724 Woodmarker Ct.,. Brandon, FL 33510, ph 813-598-8717, requesting a zone change from CN to CG (R) The property is 0.45 ac and is located in all or. parts of Section 23 Township 29 Range 20 9r NE of N. E. Petition RZ filed on 412212009 by Ronald OOilier, represented by Steve Allison, of P 0 B6Q 16277 Tampa,FL 813-988:.gi72:(requestirib"a.,.zo-rie change from RSC-6 to CN (R). The property is 0.53 ac arid is located in all or. parts of Section 6 Township 29 Range 21 or 1708 E MLK Blvd. Petition RZ 09-0707-PR, filed on 4/28/2009 by Phanord Simeon, of 1205 E. Henry Ave, Tam pa, FL 33664, ph 813-477-9240, requesting a zone change from AI to M. The property is 1.03 ac and is located in all or of Section Township 29 Range 19 or W/S of S. 54th St, S/0 Causeway Blvd. For All Your Legal Or Classified Advertising Needs ..... Call LaVORA @ (813) 248 -1921 Fax (813) 248-928 Or emailledwards@flsentinel.com rij s J ..... ......... -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 JUNE 09, 2009 2:00P.M. S-0096-09(EM) APPRAISAL REVIEW SERVICES **** PLEASE NOTE: THE ABOVE BID IS A HILLSBOROGH COUNTY GOVERNMENTAL PURCHASING COUNCIL BID. Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences. Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with 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 and will not be 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, of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, regular business hours y", ; HAP CONTRACT ADMIN ... RFP# FY2009-01 Tampa lf't. fluthout\J \ ."{.: REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS .. FOR M: ;;_; -.:Project-Based Section 8 Housing Contract Administration Of Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) Contrac_ts In accordance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Handbook 7460.8 REV-2, Florida Statutes and with other applicable laws, the Tampa Housing Authority (THA) formally requests competitive proposals to identify a partner to provide "Section 8 Housing Assistance payments (HAP) contract administration services to the Tampa Housing Development Corporation (NTHDC), t!/ tasks by HUD. ... : :' Submittal of Prop 'osal ... -.. ..... : "' 't-l Proposals shall be received until 2:00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa, FL time) on Friday, 5. 2009 at Main_ St, Tampa, FL 33S07. Proposals afte r this date time. will be rejected. Copies of this for Proposals are avail able electronically if you will forward your requ est for the same by e;,ail to the Contracting Officer, Nicholas. Dickerson at nk:holasd@thafl.com. 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